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:
April 5, 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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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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ti. o/j. WEEK the Edwin in have the Clapp city For and men Orwsselt and boys makes in, INCIDENTS SALE AT KLINE'SBargains AND PERSONALS J

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it Pungent Motes Pertaining to Events 'best the that's Irving made Drew; for make misses and infantsn Personal Paragraphs About People that la Every Department Something About the People of Titus- i (

. t Transpiring Abont Tom we No have matter it what Send kind as your of ehoe orders.yon want We Travel Here and ThereDr. I MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1907. .yille as They Come and Go ,I! ti; '

It would be
,"% J. R. Walker & Co..have had theirstore pay express or postage on all ont of town W. E. Vanlandingham, of Fort impossible to enumerate New Victor records for April at .
all the
k' front painted this week by orders. WINSTON S. BKAXXING, Pierce, was in town the first of this new goods we Indian River Music House.
ceived this week in fact
The Clothier, Furnisher, Hatter I : we were so
. week.
fF : Eldred''to : and Outfitter, Titnsville, Fla. busy that we could hardly get up You should see the beautiful line '1
Judge D. L. Gaulden expects to this advertisement but have almost ;
Go for straw
I to Branning's your summer suits, Schloss Bros. make,
leave DeLand time this weekon
some anything wish in readymade
f t. hat, the latest*line shown in this city. Exciting Automobile Race a business trip to Montreal, Can- garments you as well may as the clothto I now on exhibition at Branning's.Mr. .1 <

-k' 50 cents to $3.00. One of the most exciting automobile ada.Mrs. make them. F. P. Ziy and his mother left i;

. j t.:}" Mrs.I A. Froscher left'Monday. for races ever pulled off in Floridawas Flo. Slankard, a photographer Our collection of laces and embroideries this week to spend the summer, as is ;r

:' I::, a visit with her daughter, Mrs. that between L C. Oliver's 6 ; from St. Louis, is stopping in Ti- is just simply exquisite. their usual custom, atvVarnells Station ; t<
tusville for a while. She will makea Embroidery specially manufactured -
40 h. Ford machine and
i Frank Baker, on the west coast. cylinder p. specialty of picture buttons and for corset covers, 18 inches wide, Ga. t J f ,

', .j.: Mrs. Amy A. Monroe is expected M. C. Hutto's single cylinder 10 h.p. may locate here permanently.Dr. worth 75 cents. special 49 cents per Mrs. Baisden and daughter, Miss 4 i j ;
Cadillac, which was run from South
y yard.
'., t to return home next week from Atlanta Jacksonville to St. Augustine last J. B. Screven, of Miami, has Ladies' 24-inch umbrellas, made of Lula Baisden left yesterday for their ;'

t where she. has been for several Friday morning. The Ford won by disposed of his drug business in that the best quality of gloria silk, paragon Atlanta home. We hope to have t 1.-

...,?,' weeks past. 13 minutes, making the distance of city to a company of business men frame, in endless variety of han- them; return early in the fall. r '_
36 miles in 2 hours and 17 minutes. and the same will be moved into
The K. M. I's. have left their wine dles, worth $2.00, Monday only,
.I Both cars started down the smooth more commodious quarters and en- $1.49. Mrs. A. J. Sembler, of Sebastian,

ter quarters at Eau Gallic, passing road from South Jacksonville at 9 larged. Ladies' white parasols, especially spent from Monday until Wednes-

through this morning on their return o'clock to fight for the first positionin THE STAR office received a pleas- good to embroider, 22-inch, special day with Mrs. C. A. Krulder, her .

;*. to Kentucky. the deep sand which was only two ant call :Monday morning from Mr. price 79 cents, same in children's At first visit to Titusville since Mrs. S.
miles away. The Ford car shoved A. H. McKeown of Rockledge who 59 cents. ".
to Sebastian.
Trains Nos. 23 and 74, generally
ahead and got into the rut first and
expects to return to his summer Figured batistes in endless varietyof
known as the parlor car trains, were I Ii I with the narrow gauge, made the home near Pittsburg about the last patterns, polka dots in any color Miss Carrie Mendel left last week '

i taken off Tuesday. The regular Cadillac machine dig out a new track of this month. and any size, and figures of all de- for New York, from whence she .

r summer schedule will go into effect for itself. On account of the bad weather scriptions, worth 20 cents, Monday goes to Aguas Buenas, Porto Rico, i
Among the who
spectators .
next Tuesday, the 9th. witnessed the many race was W J. Morgan the; Easter egg hunt given by Miss only White, 15 cents Persian per lawn yard. 40 inches in where she will spend the summer k

J' ;; The business of the CooperativeFish now generally known as Motor- Daisy Brady to the children of St. width, sheer and fine,worth, 25 cents, with her brother, J. P. Mendel. t
Gabriels school
f Company was discontinued and ing Morgan. till yesterday Sunday afternoon was when postponed Monday's special 15 cents per yard. The largest stock of shoes shownon
that when the Ford ,
wound last week. Mr. Wallace says Figured madras, in all the latest
up the; little folks had a jolly time east coast of Florida at Branning'sfor
car bounded off the paved road into
designs worth 35 cents Monday'sspecial
:1; ; Crook straightening up the affairs the sand it was going at the rate of searching for eggs on the lawn. ,,25 cents per yard., men, women and children, in the 1 14

J of the company as fast as possible. at least forty miles per hour. The White skirts, made of the best Edwin Clapp, Crossett, Queen Quality 4

r- Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Flagler and sudden obstruction afforded by the Sale of Florida Extract Works quality of mohair, handsomely tail- and Irving Drew makes, all the
Palm sand made the car swerve and jerk We informed the of ored, $8.00 would be a close price for latest cuts
5' party of friends went from from side to side of the road. It are that plant this skirt, Monday only $5.49. every pair guaranteed.

1 Beach to St. Augustine last Friday,, missed a large oak tree by not more the Florida Extract Works, at this Special prices in embroideries and Messrs.James Pritchett and Brockett -

1 "where they will be guests of the than six inches, and then grazed a place, has been sold to Boston parties, laces. went to Cocoa Monday morning '

Ponce de Leon until the season closes. sapling before the driver slowed it who will probably retain the plant Ladies' belts, entirely new lot and in Mr. Pritchett's speed boat, Friday :
down. r
: Mrs. L. Wooten, of Waukeenah, There was a of $500, here and operate it with additional they are certainly beautiful,ranging 13, and were overtaken by the stormof
t F wager up in prices from 39 cents to $1.25.
'. jO t. Fla., who has been visiting her which was won by the Ford car. capacity and put in improved ma- Indian Head already shrunk, 44 wind and rain from the north

daughter at this place, Mrs. W. D. G. The fact that the run to St. Au- chinery. Mr. Spencer, who is in- inches wide could hardly be told which came on so suddenly, making ',

7 Wine, left yesterday for a few days' gustine was made in 2 hours and 17 terested in the plant at Port Orange from linen, makes beautiful skirts or it an unpleasant trip in an open boat. .

visit with her Mr. J. Wooten minutes over an ordinary country was here yesterday and con- children's dresses, special 19 cents
son, road through the deep sand has stim- yard. Capt. J.O. Walton, of Boston, arrived
1, at Cocoa. ulated interest in the road building summated the deal. White checked nainsook, most any Saturday and will spend a week

Rev. B. A. Geiger, of Jasper, Fla., question. If the road had been FOR SALE size check you wish, Monday's special with his friend, Mr. F. A. Morgan.
paved affording hard surface allthe
who was in charge of the Baptist a 16 cents per yard. Capt. Walton is visiting his many
way, the Ford car could no onder gasoline tank, 15 drums capacity Pongee silk, 36 inches wide worth
church here about ten years ago, doubt, have made the run of thirtysix brawl new, bargain.. Address B. $1.50 per yard, Monday's special 98 friends at this, his former home, be-
was in Titusville a few days this miles in one hour. care STAR oail-e. cents per yard.Children's fore taking in the Jamestown expo-

week, visiting among his friends and embroidery hats, madeof sition. We received a pleasant call
; paid THE STAR office a pleasant call. Cold Wave Strikes Us I OAK HILLAt an excellent quality of embroideryand from him yesterday.

A blizzard in April is somethingvery last we have had an old fash- trimmed with ribbon bows,
.: Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ives and. their worth Messrs. N. 0. Penney and F. C.
ioned and $2.00
rainy day April showersare Monday only, $1.49.
son, Mr. Bert Ives, and their two unusual but we had a temperature -' more than welcome. Girls' underwaists, the well known Gifford, of Vero, recently undertookto
the Misses Laura ands of 44 degrees Tuesday morning Little made of make the
1 daughters, Mrs. \V. Warlick who has been Beauty, a good quality trip along the ocean
; Elsie Ives, left yesterday for their following the heavy rain of Monday. spending a few weeks, with her of cambric, all sizes from 2s to beach from Vero to Ormond in a

j northern home in Philadelphia. This storm disturbance was centraloff daughter, Mrs. A. L. Fowler, left 14s, 25 cents each. light weight automobile. They had
Shirt waist dress shields
y hope to gee them all back here early the east coast of Florida, moving for her home in Elijay, Ga., last thing entirely new, worth a quarter, some-, to give up the trip at Melbourne I

,. in the autumn.Dr. southeast, causing unusually heavy Wednesday.Mr. Monday 16 cents per pair. Beach, where the beach is very soft

1 J. Sills Daniels informs us that northerly winds from Cape Hatterasto Henry Thompson is having a Boys' wash pants, all sizes, good and steep. They are of the opinion

'' the erection Key West, varying in velocity comfortable cottage built on land patterns, you may have your choice that the trip can be made in the
he to
expects commence from 36 to 40 miles an hour. The purchased from T. M. Adams. Monday for 29 cents per pair.
' of his new pharmacy building, cor- heavy downpour of rain, however, Miss Cornelia Magruder who has Boys' bloomer pants, in endless summer when the tides are low, but ,

j ; ner of Julia and Palm streets, at an was a blessing to the orange groves been visiting her brother, H. J. Ma- variety of styles, prices $1.00, $1.25 it will require a very light weight

early date. The doctor says it shall and all kinds of vegetation. It was gruder, returned to Rockledge Mon- and $1.50.If car. I
1 the first rainfall since want shirt waist don't
really heavy you a I
be made with brick front
; Convicted of Assault
last October-breaking a drouth unprecedented day.Col. wait until the sizes are broken up,
. :: And everything about the building in the memory of the< G. L. Comer and family tooka at present we have them from 32 to Four negroes, Jim Hampton, Will
will be first class and strictly up-to- oldest inhabitant. trip in their launch down Indian 44, fine new lots received the past Hall, Tennie Ellemvood and Hiram
date. river as far as Fort Pierce last week few days, prices from $1.25 to $2.50. Reed were arrested Saturday night
returning Friday and l Sun-
leaving Mail orders promptly filled on any with assault
Kline's Specials in Clothing andGent's charged upon a negro
for their in
home Eufaula
day Ala. '
j FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES of the above goods. named Dr. Goosby, who works out
Eta' "tir sectional book eases Furnishing Department Mr. W. L. Null has been shippingsome JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. on the Sanford branch, beating him

: \\VKES eye glasses! Spt'.tadt'S| I know :you are in need of a suit. fine celery lately and has received 'Phone No. 8. up pretty badly and telling him to
and boat PARIAN
house Edison and dry paint liatteriM, and We have ever so many shades and good returns. He and l\Ir.J. -- ----- leave town. Trial was held beforeDr.
supplies for the Edison weaves to select from. We can please: S. Gaines now have new potatoes Weather Report Wilson Monday and the defendants -

x Persian lawn 23 cents and India linon every taste except bad taste. Betterlet about ready to ship. <*CMM\RY FOR X.\&(' { BY REV. J.IS. HWI1ITK I were convicted and fined $30.00)
Clias. .\. Gardner 'Phone us sell you one. I know we can The F. E. C. R'y Co. have laid the l..1 \VHATHEK OBSERVER, each and costs. All paid out except
please Prices than | Heed who is working his time out at
:>ou. more rightwe foundations for a five room house Highest; temperature on the 25th.--; 0 1
Church Notes assure you. for Mr. Lloyd II. Vrooman, their Lowest temperature the Ith--- 5SO the poor farm.
JULIUS KLINE:, Titusville. Menu tunperatire for the month....__ 72.7
Regular preaching service will beheld popular agent at this place, and work Average mean W2tiyears _____Uh_.__ 67Hisbfbt
'Phone No. 8.WVekly
will begin on the building as soon as mean for ..;yrarjin li)7) _n____ ...7 Ruling in Bankruptcy Case
in the Methodist church, Titus- the lumber arrives. Lowest. mean Sir 26 years in lv;9....___ t>13Ifcunfall Judge James* W. Locke, in the
ville, next Sunday at 11 a. m. The Weather Kcport. in inches ___nnnUu_ lUll i
|t United States district court has just
There was an Easter rolling Average for 30 222
egg ; years------------------
pastor will preach at Cocoa in the JUPITER, FLVT 2 1M07\ Saturday in the picnic grounds which trtMtesi torso years in 1578.-----_.._ tl.71I.r.t.t ,, handed down his decision on the
evening at 7:30. Sunday school at Coraparatn.tatetiient of temprratur was greatly enjoyed by the children for 30 years in 111)h! __hh. 000 1 questions arising in the matter of
and rainfall for the week r.nrlinr Tuesday.W07 Prevailing lul din tiou. >>, E. i'
10 aim.: IOi! and also their mothers. Number of clear days__._...__Uh_._ 21 F. P. McElroy, of DeLand, in bankruptcy +
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on D.TEIX.:' MIN M\\ Ml' Number of fair days______uu_,.. __ o't '!. regarding the homestead and
Rev. H. Jones was with us Sun-
f.'i 7S 0,1 Number cloudy days.----- : exemption claimed by the bankrupt. .
Sunday, April 7th, at LaGrange at Mch." 2-27* 7S 77 .y 7s b3 day afternoon and gave us a most Number of days with ram_...._______._ B' |i I The decision overruled the order .

11 a. m., and at Titusville at 7:30 "" yt. so 4jI) 7** U interesting sermon. He will also be i Xntnberofdavs Leland Home with, Men-life th.mdrr-----I-Und Fla 0 I of the referee, in disallowing the .
30 so 62 77 W) with us next Sunday afternoon the t
in the evening. .. 31-2! Kl 7r 57 I !homestead exemption, and decreed ,
first Sunday in April. j II i that the trustee deliver to the bankrupt
Services at the Presbyterian church Apr 1 70 55 fi'J :,0otaf"ill I GUN REPAIR SHOP j, -
56 4H Tl) V! The children's Easter service the property or goods selected
was j
next Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. ; l for tin wet k.;27 indits. :i Send your guns for repairs to IInryenetke. !
The and [ i homestead exemption.
The Lord's will also be held. Departure rainfall forth. week minus "i \eryenjoyable.: songs* ree-I All work thorough! done I as
supper itations and -------
inches. wereery pretty appropriate j P j Guns lou't in the breech tightened equal I
Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at Departure rainfall tiuce Jan. 1st, minus and well rendered. Much : to new, also guns stmkf and "hotgl1ns i For Sale

City Point Sunday, April 7th, at 2.93 inches H. P. IhRDIS. credit is due them and also Miss Martin I rebored, etc II. Ber.ecke Titnsvillf, Fla. I I All my breeding stock of English: Berk-

10:30 a. m., and at Eau Gallie at7:3( Official in Charge. who trained them. !i slnrerr; ,". Also thirteen (13) ten weeks;
welcome extendedto 0 I' FOB SALE CHEAP FOIL CAS1J. i| oM pus, preparatory to leaving Florida.
p. m. A hearty Dental NoticeJ. Dress Making Parlors I Liberal discount to early purchasers. Ad-
all. About 8S acres of good high land on i dress P. 0. Box 141, Melbourne, Fla. R,
W. Newman, D. D. S., of the firm Mrs. C. A. Krulder has opened dressmaking the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat t
of Macy & Newman, of West Palm parlors in THE STAR building, the Narrows, described as follows: LotNo.
For Rent Beach, will be in Titaaville for a few ground floor. Trimming hats a specialty. 3, section 33, also lot No. 3, section Draying
F Three nice, clean rooms, in good locality days fully prepared to attend to any den- 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. raving or hauling of all kinds promptly -
for small family (without small chili tal work. He has his office in the brick Call at Titnsville Livery at rear of. This land is unimproved but finely lo- attended to. Meets all trains. Stole
i .. dren) suitable for housekee ing.r building:opposite the court house, wherehe Robbins' law office for stylish rigs. cated. For further particulars address Hood for ale at all times.
Apply to MRS. J. I>. CRABS, will be pleased to see all who wan' Leave your orders for hauling, both doable -: E. M. Low, II. E. HOLTOS,
R Titusville, Fla. first cars! work done. : and single. J. M.Osban, proprietor. : Brockton, Mass. 1 Titusville, Fla.

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: ., I did to the Legislature of 1905, that rural graded schools, where it has j

I .: aDVEilNORBROWARD'S the Railroad Commission be made a been attempted, is very marked and
.: should be adopted wherever the
constitutional branch, of the State meansof '
:{:: Government." In view of the very transportation make It practicable. A tftifcli in Time saves nine.

:: MESSAGE TO.FLOR- serious conditions brought about by By this means the pupils in country sick 4;
U, Save spell
',1 the lack of physical equipment of districts have the same advantages as many 314

: : IDASOLONSIl many of the railroad in this State the pupils in the graded schools In the by giving the child

I and the consequent loss and damageto city as they do the same work, follow .

the business and the loss of life the same class organization and BALLARD'SHOREHOUND

and the increased danger to passenger pass directly from the rural graded

h \or.. ,.,.t,;:" ecattn Office. Tallahassee, Fla., traffic I also deem it proper to schools into advanced grades of the SYRUP

:r"- April 2, 1907. repeat my recommendation to the city graded or high schools-a result ,

Gentlemen of the Senate and House Legislature of 1905 in regard to em- very nearly impracticable in the one- '"

:{. : .ef Representatives: powering the Railroad Commission to teacher, ungraded country school. The EVERY MOTHERshould

a X As directed by the Constitution. I make suitable provisions the iapectlon work of the schools throughout the keep supplied with Ballard's Horehound Syrup, If she If:..

';:t : herewith: submit for your consideration of the physical condition of state should be systematized and grad wishes to save her children from serious sick spells.: It contains Jf!

">:': .the following Information con- the railroads In the State. I also ed as nearly as possible in regardto absolutely nothing injurious, does not constipate. Good "
: for children as well as adults.
r- o ? ;, earning the condition of the State would recommend that the railroad quality of work done and methods A cough often leads to consumption and'should be checkedimmediately. .
) : ad my recommendations In regard companies doing business In this State and studies pursued. Such a system .

>' to inch measures as I deem expedient be> required to make a report to the would be of mutual benefit to teach-

.. -' =; and proper to call to your 'attention Railroad Commission every six monthsof ers and pupils throughout the State.I A Household Necessity.
r!". and consideration at this time. the number of engines and cars ofthe also recommend that a conserva-
; :r' ='- "The various departments of the several classes and kinds and tive outline or course of study be de J. C. Smith, Houston, Texas writes: "I have usedBalJard's

2 "t... State Government and the Boards, ,their condition and location and the vised and prepared for the guidanceof few years,Horehound and find it Syrup far superior in my to family any for other the cough past 1.i

:? Bureaus and Institutions connected amount of their terminal trackage and our teachers and school officers, medicine we have tried. }.vcry household should be

':'' tterewlth have submitted to you, reports transfer facilities. The power of the and ag a standard for their work, by supplied with this worthy remedy."

of the conduct and management Railroad Commission as to tie enforcement the State Superintendent, with such

t; '.*" ef the various interests committed toW of tie rues and: or ers is expert and professional assistance as The Delight of Children.

Yp them setting forth the condition and regard to the payment of t!. siurrage you may see proper to furnish him. COUGHS COLDS WHOOPING
:'J. progress of the various matters under for delayed freight or sal d freight with a view to meeting the needs of CURES SORE THROAT, BRONCHITIS -

: ';l" their care. cars upon such condit.--: a as It may the rural schools as well as those AND ALL LUNG TROUBLES. ,;

,1 ,.'; Florida has had unexampled prosperity prescribe should be aniplt: and eCTcc.ive more advanced In the larger towns '
and cities of our State. I recom- PRICE 25c 50c and $1.00 rt '
and material advancement since and in the recovery of fines ana !
the last cession, of the Legislature penalties Imposed by the Railroad 'I mend the adoption by the State of a AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES.Ballard /' zKti
uniform of text books for the
and her marvelous natural resources Commission, a law e similar to the 't
for such varied State thus enabling the reports I
and adaptability pur- present "Stock Claim Law" should
and industries her have suggested to be made with ease Snow Liniment Co.
rolta assure a continuance b. passed allowing the recovery of
1 .. and and affording at view
= accuracy a
of this material and
progress twIce the amount of such fine or penalty -
prosperity. And while this conditionis together with attorney fees the standing of every school. 500-502 North Second Street,

one which should fill us with pride where it Is necessary to bring a suit Compulsory Education.
and ambition for the future of the When we consider that only t:9: per
to recover the same. The convenI- ST. LOUIS, 1\10.,
cent of the children of school are
Mate wise .and intelligent ence of ,the traveling public requiresa .
should enrolled In the public chools of our
manship would dictate that it closer observance of schedules or
sA and that the aL radance Is only
be your special care to so guard the at least snore reliable information to
} of wealth and prosperity thata $6 per cent of that enrollment fi
sources of
the public as to the whereabouts
must necessarily make us and Sold and Recommended by
reckless and prodigal use of their trains and the- time of their arrivalat pause

4 abundance may not destroy them. the various stations along the consider the preposition of compulsory Rod : : t

The Comptroller's Report submitted route. I would recommend that: a education. The capacity of the white -- ---

W ; shows that the assessed valuation statute be passed prohibiting the railroads man's brain for development! and edu- CrossMdrine
cation must not be limited by anythingelse
ef the whole State in 1901 was $97.- operating in this State( from I

151,192, and for the year 1906 was keeping any employe in continuous I than our power to provide train-

T 142,018,871, thus showing a gain for service for more than sixteen consecutive ing and opportunity.

the period of five years of ?44,467.- hours and that no :such em- Higher Education.
While it should be the care of the Engines
t 179, or 45.6 per cent.Taxation.. ploye after sixteen consecuttve hoursof
State; to provide first for a system of
service chall be permitted to againgo
s a common schools it is, nevertheless
Taxation should receive your earnest on duty without having had at rJ
the duty of the State to make suchprovision
careful and early attention. Do least ten hours off duty; except in ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPTED
for the maintenance and]
not delay the preparation and consid-
cases of emergency such as accidentsor
eration of the various appropriation wrecks or delayed schedules. And perfection 5f a system of higher education FOR SATISFACTORY ,,..i. i

,,, and revenue bills concerning this most ttia; the average number of hours daily as the material prosperity and USE IN FLORIDA WATERS v -- .

to- k important matter until the work of service for station agents and opera- growth of the States shall_ warrant
," and demand. In this connection, 1 1
the closing days of the session will
tors should be limited to not more Marine
:: prevent its proper and careful considt than ten hours per day. I would strongly recommend to your consider Regal EnginesStand -
,> eration. The cardinal principle oft ation the wisdom of providing by
recommend that no person less thanIS for the highest type of
t, taxation Is to distribute the burden constitutional amendment if neces r -
years of age be permitted to per- mt'f'baDical6kill and reliability fl' 11 r
1' equally. Under the system as now fcric the duties of train dispatcheror sary a fixed limit of minimum and They are four cycle, jump
operated taxes are collected in the maximum tax levy to be made by the spark ignition automobile type, :,,. '' r
I! railroad telegraph operator upon m'baDical"aJn s. float feed : l _
various counties and remitted to the properly designated State authorities carburetor 1 '
whose menages trains are dispatchedor ,enclosed crank case .i
{ ., States and then sent back to the counties handled. The records of the Rail- after a careful investigation and examination steam forged crank shaft and > ; ,
of their needs for the bronzed bearins Have the
for purely county and support
road Commission show that for the 12 fewest
of the higher institutions of
expenditures.The months ending June 30, 1906 there consistent with a perfect operating
Comptroller's Report was: Balance were killed by railroad accidents in learning of this State motor and many other

$127,8 3.44: direct tax, 1904, this state fifty employes and nine passengers Gtato Board of Health. exclusive features found only in the Regal

1905, 1906, 189432.12; other sources and four hundred and thirty- Surely there is; no more important THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT
$572,491.90. making a total of $889- care committed to you as representatives
and In-
787.46. There were disbursed for seven emplojes passengers of the people of Florida than a Made in three types H. 3 and 5 H. P. single cylinder 8 to 15 II,
jured. It Is, therefore your duty to P. double cylinder; 30 n. I: four cylinder
expenses of Legislative Executive! wise and prudent consideration of
throw every safeguard and protectionto Wt' also
and Judicial Departments of the State those! ma.tterst'N affect the health manufacture a line of heavy slow speed, working engines
the public around the lives of those from 6 H. T. single: cylinder to 45 H. I>. four cylinder
administration In 1906 154275.24, In the railroad traffic of this
employed Continued on page 3. The mary hundreds of Regal
and for other $618,977.59The .. -- engines now in operation throughout
I purposes State as well as the traveling public, the n.untry are a guarantee of the satisfaction they are
; w receipts team the General Rev giving.

; t enue tax levied for each of the years and neglected no reasonable which precaution will afford shouldbe this Good Judgmentis Get a Regal in the Beginning Don't Experiment

19C5. and 1906 amounted to less than You should ev-t'titnl ('haraC'tt'ri"til! of men and
protection such
pass Hand>ome explanatory
$%00,000, and this goes; Into: the Gen- statutes as will make it mandatoryupon woman. Invaluable to pool hn=ine fo.s catalogue mailed free on request

eral Revenue Fund; but from this fund: ;he nearest justice of the peace men and necessary to l.on"t'wivt ;\ Regal Gasoline Engine Co.

appropriations for schools alone, acting as coroner, to proceed immediately woman shows good jii.ljrment when she
,, amounting to $202,500, were made for Cold Water, Michigan
to where any person has been buys Whites Cream Wrmifuge for her

year 1905and further approprIations killed in any accident or train wreck baby. The best worm medicine eeroiferwl .

for schools amounting to $202- and to hold an mquect and ascertainthe to mothers Many: indeed, are the "; ,v-' ,...,.,, _, .
j 500 were made: for the year 1906-07 ..
cause cf such accident and whois sensible mothers. who write expressing
Thus It will be
seen that while a tax
to blame> therefor. I would recom- their for the 1 health
t t 1 gratitude good of
levy of lij mills Is nominally mad
mord that the express companies, their children, winch they owe to the
for the General Revenue Fund fr
the telegraph and telephone lines of THE SOHMER-CECILIAN
.. n enf White's Crt'am"l'rmir'l Stld
each of the years 1905 and 1900.' none ;re.
tile :state be placed under tnt jurisdiction -
a of the nom by all drnsni!'. THE
i i .;... receipts suc levy arc of the Railroad Commission. I FARRAND-CECILIAN PIANO

used for the ordinary expenses of the would recommend a law reclaims!;
since addition For Over Sixty Years PLAYER PIANO
State in to paying an the issue of stocks and bonds by corporations _

cots of collecting and administering modeled upon that of those:; Mr Winslow nothing: Syrup has!:

all the funds above mentioned more Stiles where It is in successful oper- been u!'e\l forover.irty rears by million

money Is taken from the General Revenue anon. \\onH not bp understood 23 of mother for their children while teething rs C -
Fund for Schools alone than
goes recommending the lessening of wases ; with i'erftt ncaifc: It soothes the
I J" Into It from taxa I ion
paid to any: employe but would r commend Child, softens the gum allays all pun,

Florida State Troops. that the railroads be prohibited cures wind colic, aiul is the best remedy

It is a matter for congratulation to from paying less :ban the average for; diarrhota. It will relieve the poor
the people of this State that the or- laborers
'i wage paid to and em- .
little ufft'rt> immediately. Sold drugsn
'a ranfred militia of Florida Is being
; plnje of other corporations or individuals r'
'ts in of the orld. Twenty- o 1
every part
efficient basis
rapidly put upon an
for the -.aiue! class of labor or
j e Your attention Is respectfully invited errp'oMnent! thee ? a l IMttlt' Ce fate and ask for lr;, a.iv

to the recommendations upon these Education. Mrs.. Winsluw's Soothing Syrup," and

various matters contained In the annual la hilt Two| k*nd.1 Guaranteed minder t.C
regard to th.iwxir ant Mfiject,
report of the Adjutant General. I can !':lhut little more than was the food and drn.r ad. .Inn 00th, l'KSrnl (>) .

E I deem It of utmost Importance that suggested In nimesca.e to the Legislature : 1111n.1K'r 111.'',

i you should provide for the erection ofa of 1305): Too Much: con id-

suitable State Arsenal at some cen- eration cannot be given to the subject I
tral In the State HEALTH
point of !
our public schools and their needs

I I Franchise Tax. and while we Mould net npglcthe INSURANCEThe

} I recommend the enactment of a demands of higher; education in the-
who insures his life is h
law authorizing the levying of tax man 1 1l J
i. State we should primarily considerthe : 3
wise for his family. erl JfL&
francbl I therefore
upon E'S. urge needs and demands of the common '
that a law be enacted making fran schools for it is here that the vast The man who insures his healthis
; 4 chilies taxable at their rf'al'a1u(>, and
r majority of our future citizenship must wise both for his family
11 f 1 and taxed as other property either
; look to receive :hi'ir equipment for himself. !

t together with the tangible propert tie duties of life and nothing; -'fault You may insure health by guard-
In connection with the franchise
used b" left undone to meet this demand. ing it. It is worth guarding.At .
j' I or separately. Especially should the demand for %
Railroad Legislation.In the first attack of disease
earnest, qualified teachers, imbued
discussing the question concern with high! Ideals and devotion to their which generally approaches

!t fn( the operation of railroads in this calling second to none-recene lour through the LIVER led manifests A line that meets all demands

j j State I do *o with a full realization I consideration and eyerreaSQnabIe itself in innumerable ways both to
1 a of the mutual and dependence as quality and price
-i I means employed to raise the professional TAKETutt'sPills_ -_

1 1 which exists between the standard and the pay of teachers Selling Price from
. $450 to
railroads and the public. Unreasonable especially In the rural schools.

and onerous burdens should not I would suggest for your consideration Full particulars sent on
Jt application
: be laid these enter
4 upon corporate State aid for the salary of teachers of [
ii prires which have so materially and certain
standing and proficiency in

1)) especially developed the resources of I rural schools. The success' of the I And .INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE TITUSVILLEt3
" ; save health.
our State. I again. recommend, u I consolidation of country schools i Into ,

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: fectually check and crush out such as Attorney General, and especially has
i owner of building where is
iimw'ows: IESSAGE! I.f does exist in this State. When little his attention been called to those inaccuracies maintained any should be punished one as a

: children either by the greed of parents and uncertainties which
principal. Legislature of Georgia -

,.. ...Continued.. from page 2. forced, or enterprises employing are may have crept into the law. 'He at the session of 1906 passedan $5,000
to labor in factories and at
it'P' has in his report called attention to this
: act subject I
upon which
Jr, : : ibllc sanitation of tEl State, other work for long hours crushingout many of these, together with his rec- am informed, has stood the test of

: : ,8Inee.tJ1e Legislature of 18891n.speela1'BelIIOD their life, stunting their; growth ommendation In regard to such which
and should
; courts afford assistance -
:<;: ; .In ita wisdom establish11' and development mentally physical changes amendments as his experi_ in :
framing a and effective
proper Reward
ly and morally. It Is time for thoughtful S
.dthe State Board of Health, It has ence has demonstrated are needed. I law upon this subject.
to and consider the '
;'.'.' ,wnplr Justified the action of those .men pause would, therefore, commend to your Special Elections.The .
< i', : who brought It Into ,existence. In question.State Reform School.and Juvenile especial attention his report which Is provisions of the law are not .Will be paid to any person

,-'". 'several of the larger cities of the State printed and before you. elastic 'enough to fit the conditions who find atom of "
,!\J there* Offenders. can one t -
have occurred more or less serlms State Auditor. which may arise and call for special ,

::: ::, ;,,, : < outbreaks of typhoid fever during primarily The purpose the of prevention the law should of crime be, The value and us, of this depart- elections under its provisions. I opium, chloral, morphine, S

l- x t :_the past Tear. /This, I believe, and the reformation of the criminal ment to the State is growing, and the would recommend 'the passage of an cocaine, ether,chloroform, .

; Is entirely unnecessary and preventable work is of more value as its methods
providing that where a member of heroin and beta -
rather than his punishment, and any alpha eu- .
4 when proper Investigations are become more effective. Such legislation the
Legislature dies, resigns, or his
system which loses sight of these two caine cannabis indica I
; made as to the source of Infection as is needed to aid the auditing. seat becomes vacant otherwise before or
prime considerations falls to realize
whether of the water or milk supply the highest ideals and possibilities of department in more easily and systemniatically the session in the year folowing his (>lllirall1ydrate or any of --

roth r local conditions and the nee. modern thought and civilization. To performing Its duties election those electors who were entitled their derivatives, in any; .

etsary measure taken to remove this end we should be especially mInd- should be enacted. to vote at the preceding general of Dr. Miles' Remedies. 4

such causes when found and to pre- Additions to Capitol Building.The .
ful of the juvenile offenders againstthe election for such member should be
vent their recurrence. The State businessof This applies to goods in .
rapid increase In. the to electionto
law, and should strive by every permitted vote in a special
c Board. of Health does not exercise its the State Government is making a
means In our power to make of this fill vacancy upon the same qualifi- original packages, unopened -
Jurisdiction over health In
class useful members of society rather constant demand upon the space of cations that entitled them to vote at and not tampered

$ inch cases except upon the requestof than confirmed'and hardened criminals your State house, and 'the accumulation (ae; general election just previousRe.Apportionment. with., :
of the local health authorities and it Certain -
of valuable records papers -
and charges upon society. The many I
p : should be empowered to take chargeof and documents 'makes it absolutely are making .
needs of the State Reform School The Constitution provides as follows persons
of such conditions and to make such
located at Marianna should receive neceSlarto provide additional : "Sec. 3. The Legislature that false statements about
r rules and regulations as be most -
may your careful consideration. Much Fpace for the proper transaction of shall meet A. D. 1887 and those these remedies. SS
effectual In
controlling and preventing interest in this matter is aroused the! State's business and State library. that shall meet every 10 years thereafter '
i .. such outbreaks of typhoid fever "I have been troubled with a terrible .
and other diseases. throughout the State, .and whateveraid Immigration.The shall apportion the representation headache for the last ten years! S
1" ", You cannot is practicable should be given to I benefit of immigration to a In the Senate, the whole number the doctors could do me no good. I a -
gentlemen Dr. Miles' t'i
afford, to sacrifice life saw Anti-Pain Pills advertised -
and the movement. State like Florida, is worthy of your of Senators not to exceed 32 mem. in the Sunday magazine so I A P
endanger public health through thought I would try a sample. I did S
either lack of scientific information Florida Hospital for the Indigent In. earnest invesUga lon. This is a subject bers; and at the same time shall also so. and they IwlfH-d me wonderfully.I .

sane. o which has been receiving much apportion the representation of the hid headache so badly I could hardly -
on the subject, or through negligenceor fee to work, co I sent to the drug 4
Indifference to public health on the The work of this institution is before investigation and much consideration House of Representatives, the whole store and pot a box. In a couple of -

In the of its Superin the and number of Representatives to hours I was all right. It was the first
part. of the local authorities. you report throughout South especiallyin not exceed medicine to do me any pood." I
Tuberculosis. tendent, Captain B. F. Whitner. I south Carolina, where a law creating CS members. The representationin A. A. ILL1G. Philadelphia Pa.

commend to your careful considerallon the Department of Agriculture the House of Representatives shall 6362 Tacoma Street. S 5:
Statistics and recent Investigations Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pill are sold by '
show that the suggestions made for the Improvement Commerce and Immigration has been be apportioned among the several your druggist who will guarantee that S

consumption or pulmonary in our treatment of this Impor- established: and has accomplishedmuch counties as nearly as possible accordIng the first package will benefit. If it S
:: tuberculosis prevails tb an fails i he will return your money. '- -
tant matter, and trust that you will In the way of securing desirable to population; Provided, each 25 doses, 25 cents. Never cold In bulk. s.
alarming extent and claims
J Tlctims annually. Persons afflicted many take such legislative action as will foreign immigrants both as perma- County shall have one Representativeat Miles Medical Co., ElkhartIndTheUasll'aluabltStlofYacklaiulBoat'

with consumption should be promptly accomplish the needed reforms. nent settlers and as skilled and other large in the House of Representatives -

reported 'to the proper health author- Fish and Oysters. laborers. I recommend the careful and no county shall have more -

ities In order that such regulations Recent investigation of what Is being study of the provisions of the South than; three Representatives.: These

as may be necessary to prevent the done in other States has impressed Carolina law and the enactment of a provisions require your action at this Enildig Books; erer PublishedRUDDER .. -

spread of this disease can be enforced me more than ever with the Importance similar statue: adapted to our needs. session.

I f. and its location known. This of proper regulations and protection I believe a statute authorizing a conservative County Commissioners.No .

should apply not only to the "stran- of the Fish and Oyster Indus- expenditure of public money more responsible office exists In HOW-TO BOOKSOver

ger within our gates" but to the peo. try of our State and I desire to urge by the counties in advertising their I the administration of county affairs

I : pie of Florida as well. In this con- you to pass such laws as, upon an Investigation _resnnrrrs___ __ ___ and___ attraction____ _u____; _for__ _settlers_non__. than that of County Commissioner printed 5oro in these* have books-Successfully Fern built from sailed the Sat In

nection I wish to call.'to your attention of this subject, you find is a wise and beneficial measure, and and the advancement and growth of every clime and: upon every sea-full.detail
it and
drawing of all parts, showing what *
most adapted to our needs. should be passed by body. the various counties depends largely .
and urge upon your favorable your how to nuke it-Text extremely simple

consideration the offer ,of Dr. JohnE. !. Good Roads. I Tourists and Settlers.In upon the faithful and efficient adminIstration HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50

Ennis, of Narcoosee, Fla. madeto I. Probably no one improvement couldbe connection with the encourage- of the duties of this office, It:foot nw r>t: nt Lark....'l...boikl.f r*n n all lanrrrpi _.
goi>d raring i.n.i fuc a b--y t kano Uit tuiinuM I.
the State through the State Boardof more useful valuable and enjoy- ment of immigration, comment should and the bect and most worthy citizenship HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK

Health, and receiving their sanc- able to the people of Florida than a also be made upon the large amountof should be available for it. I A Cnr, boat for .ftraomlinic .v,kxirkinv, _1 mt_b
anal i.r 1154 i.i-'w'-vI w' latll oIo..p w
tion and indorsement. This philanthropic system of Good Roads. Beginning revenue the citizens of the State would therefore strongly urge that rig: hid,1am..I|>K-la-r...,completed bo.... ; -

effort of Dr. Ennis is the we will say, at the county seat in derive from the winter tourisl you consider the advisability of mak. HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP

first organized attempt to do anythingfor I each county, and from there branch- travel from States to the north of us. Ing the office of County Commissionera ....w H<,Mt i. A m...,..fiil.....Aua nrinz,.
the unfortunates afflicted with Ing out approximately east and west Especially is this true of tHe cities salaried and bonded office gradedby towmwrth.HOW .

consumption whether towards stran-I north and south through the thickly and towns on the Atlantic and Gull he assessed valuation of the county .mT TO>J. ...BUILD.. pnt'1 o..t A fhawinff MOTOR. how LAUNCH taeoratrvct.........

gers or natives, In Florida and he settled and desirable portions of coasts of Florida, though the inland such salary to be sufficient to secure ball B ilk*nt...01... i-rirnl otter{..._

has generously offered to donate to the county and connecting at the men of the highest integrity and HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
towns have also profited. Experience A Site all arwmj rraismr b<...,. food rabia; eamIlawtoil.'r
the State in fee simple this valuable county lines with similar systems in has shown that the places which ability of your counties in this posi- ; tciuufe('If..... .&1.w.

1" property, provided that the State. the adjacent counties, having in viewa tion. HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL.DRAUGHT SLOOP
have been the most prosperous in this A d-eev little M&BJ: Iso .Kith BoJrraU orrrkaaga ancimatl
through the Board of Health will appropriate general system of roads runningeast Race Problem. .it piaLHJW
r. line are those which advertised their
'j funds lo adequately conductthe and west and north and south I recommend a re-olution memorializing TO DUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
the State advan.ages most thoroughly, and i K a..71..,*.101.rwrttbnis tr&K>it:jn't the rrmft for a hot
experiment a sufficient time to through or as nearly on County Commissioners and city and : the Consress of the Untied to WUt vrij rbeA pty.e4to,idoop or rat ng

determine the feasibility and practicability these courses as will serve the people States to purchase territory either HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHT
town Councils should be allowed to
of such philanthropy.State best. This would mean ultimately A complete deorjoo or Low to taifci a..o.telaIM baa
spend a reasonable amount of the public domestic or foreign and provide it aLl:( ued ia mil",Dhldo-la.
miles of road and would draw ,
Pardoning Board. many 1.
money from time to time in advertising means to purchase the property of 'the .
to much immigration and add a $1.
No more difficult or unpleasant duties us through printed matter and negroes, at reasonable prices and to PRICE EACH
value to our property, perhaps doubling PREPAID BY CP"ESS A"YWHERE
are conferred upon the Executive transport them to the territory purchased -
otherwise the
advantages resources -
the assessed valuation of the Bound in cloth-GoUl It'tt.n'uc-Size of pig*
than those connected with: the State before the roads were completed. of their respective counties and by the United States. The 9 by il inches-Large. ckjriyiiravn: plans.
State Board of Pardons. Many cases United States to organize a government -
municipalities with view of induc-
I assume. from the data ob- THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
I come before this Board for their ac- for them of the negro race: to
tamed that the amount of money and ing more tourists to come to .Florida 3 MURRAT STREET New YORK u. S. A
p tion. The circumstances which call
protect them from foreign Invasion;
labor for road ,, and more permanent settlers to comeI
expended building
v..4 'oslalor Ctilalogttf of Soots fat
for the exercise of 'the pardoning
equals 5-mill tax: which on the present I I into our midst and help develop the to prevent white people from living "CU''' Libra*. 1rss
are generally such as have
power their on the territory, and to
valuation of $lI .OOQ.OOO. means splendid resources that Florida af- among ...__
arisen since conviction and sentence, r
from back
fords. prevent negroes migrating:
. and which present the matter in such 5710,000 per annum. Suppose the
the United States. I believe this
State Life Insurance. to
State should i sue bonds for $10-
shape as would probably have resulted to be the only Lore of a solution of
hi an acquittal If properly presented belrinIller cent interest I Since the adjournment of the last

in the courts below at the trial. selling the b1 nls; as many tig are nec. Legislature, I base given much ("ontinntHl on page 7.

t'ss3rper annum to chain sufficient thought and study to this subject anti
Fnr some .years the Stioreme. Court
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acted on the Board of Pardons and money to carry on the rud have compiled much ,!a.a and in- I -

work. I estimate that it would tat'! : The of
in some instances granted pardons in ':i ration relating: to the subject of Badge HonestyIs

about one year to get the work; in : S.ate Life Insurance. My investigations -
cases which had been before them on I on every wrapper of Doctor I'ierca'sGolden

appeal and which had been affirmedby operation and five years more to j have convinced me that the Medical Di.-omTy because a full I hare stool the test for over 50 years
t an spend the $10.001).000: therefore, we list of the increvlit-nts composing it is
them. Why Because, while I idea advanced in ray message to the of irrowth. tlinruacommonly
the requiments of a technical admin- will say that the first year we would : Legislature of 1003: is practical antiblDl'fidal. printed them in plain Enrli.h. Forty large y el<1* of tlrliciou. vr-rt tables and
I of has its superior beautiful lower- make th< m the most S
be interest million years experience : proven
: pay on a II
and should receive therareful
istration of the criminals laws had worth as ablood purifier and invigorating reUr.ble and the cio>t popular every
dollars for half a )year which I where. SoM all ilralers.
by 1307
been met yet there were such facts investigation of this Legis tonic for the cure of stomach dis>rden .
would be $20,000: second car, two Seed Annual ln on request.D.
; )
the lature. liver ills. It ImiMs the
and circum tan-E's surronrdinj and all up run- M. FERRY & CO..
case presented to them as called for million for oue year $St1. UO; third ;I Lobby. d"wllytrm as no other tonic can., in p
year : fonT rylllif. for one year ni-'i >hr- :> '. THP-V: !llc-;
the exercise of !':ernency. Ii i!' the sd: Ire i il-
by -' most ,
( se a t'O
llCO.OOn: fnurth year .*ix million, for mat! pp.: .: '.: n-tivi' r ',I t- -' !h I as -

duty of this Board to take cognizance one year. ?:! :!>.0;. '.:Iw.ant

of top facts and circumstances: and ! tht' w.Tl; tf : '',:."-'.!!'lr.-. a: i .V--!: :: : : I'm .t ai.'i i.,1;; : ;
million !for \'fitFar.. $:2flOOQ; and .. .. ... .... .. .,
to oonalize justice so far as it 1; .' !(,' !" ',' .. .;., I r'M: : :
sixth .- "-. ';n!i; i f>n for one -r. s
y :"
po--yVp. .\$ f'fj 1Jn'r. by law. a n">:>i- .... .: : 0:' tl' 1 11":1': : -
t L
r'f sta ement of all pardons er.\r.t- ;100,(lnl): !and that: a sinHuj fund tax "" ; :. : ,1 f ,'. r' :'nr1v': :" ;' '.n; t''llr. i'. V. I' rn' :
be levi .;' < t'e \l\ h,idod ; "
: ;eric ooiinuteil. tine.-; .i"-' iforfti'.urcs . i
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:}e'bt. v -e r-Tl : f'ff! in ;)11 :" J
nviiiu.;! a since: the con :- patiOlI': b"kJh' f :'th 5 b massy lnl'.tv. i-i! au'iri;' : such as Dr" H..."'1. III\\,
lii > :!,;; n tills loan could
years. uiy ;>
In; of the last Legislature is p'aced: taia of and the imce: :; thar fx-y hare in r.r Iittg. S lId6'r. 'C;. ElHncrworxi! and a
before you. oe care present ho.t of other//, showing that those} roots TRADE MARKS
case been too F'"rp or SPTPTP. The DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
State Convicts and Prison Systems.The roads let; nand the new ones made can lw .L. Hiueu upon fvr tn-ir curative ,","fl.v' &
interest paid on the bonded debt evil is oe as difficult to eradicate as action i itall weak states of the stomach, SAnnne
care and proper treatment of !If'ndtnr; a sketch and description may
and, a sinking;: fund provided with"a :t is dause-rons. for while to every accomptpied indigestion or qnlckly a 'ertun our. opinion free whether an
the prison class is a problem of many i-ivi-ni': nrr"Silty! j>ntertt blB. Oimmnnira.KHMiMrictlrronodentiiiL -
5-mill tax levy which is no more citiztn and interest the opportunity well 4'j'i irjXiil bilious liver complaints '. Handbook on Patents
and serious difficulties, about which should be given to be heard and in :rV\vasting!; : diseases where thereIs &t-.t fr-. oMt>st accnry for vnnnz patents.i'attntS .
than thy cost now upon any
you taken tbroueh' Sloan A Co. receive
there nas been and will be much discussion losiA/flpsh and gradual running downof .
and every water of interest or moment tffvil entiCe, ttbuut charge,in the
and picny experiments beforean Game Wardens and Protection of I' tl/Ttrcnglh: and system.
them !before the IxUlature. -
to : peiv'-'r.p: ;:- Th -(; Scientific Jlm ritan.
ideal solution of this vexed ques- Forests. oM in \Tf'tiil'al nj"rovprv"mJkp
yet '!:is opportunity to !*> rieh. hln-td.1 so invigor.ito<_! nj .
recommend A hn4onne7 Hln-rtraf wppklr: '"'I!("T circulation
I The two bastI'f'n1h-
tion will be reached tat years htard ?t<)'il 'wJy as will ened the of the recommendations : fn.rmnntbs.L Sold Ly ill aewalnaters.MUUN .
bj urgency
such legislation jour
thrrntj 11wID) !
may not be used as an opportunity to aiiL 1:1": "'ttn e".tf"mThus
enable the Board] of Commissioners; made to (he Legislature:;: of 1I3 debauch and corrupt thp Legislatureby all kin affections blotches, pImples & CO.361 Broad\\"lJ. New York

of State Institutions: to properly regulate in regard:: to Game Wardens and For. and eruptions as well a* scrofulous swelling KraTwh Office.. .:3 F ?t..WwrtilUKton.P.V.V1tLTHECOUcH.
which will
methods not bear the
the leasing of the ajtd. the est Protection. I believe that paine; and old open running sores or ulcers St
i'-ght of publicity. are cured and healeil. In treating old I.
decrepit and the young and tie s. < pa- wardens charged; with the rigid enforcement -
Bucket Shops. running sores, or ulcers! it is well to insure -
ration of the sexes.Child of carefully drawn ?am- their healing to applyto them Dr. CURE P.UNGS

Labor. laws, providing for a sufficient license No more pernicious and dangerous Pierce's All-I(.'aling:1I'f') 1 f your druggist : ii : _

No greater crine: ajxa'nsf the futureis to be paid by those persons form of gambling existS today than" don't happen to have this Salve in f- Kil '

being commi.u-d in all! thi broad hunting or .akin same to pay the expenses what is known a.- the "Bucket Shop. stock, s*>nd tifty-four cvnts in otase '

perpetrated You should pass a statute making the stamps to Dr. R. V. l'irrl't'. Inralid Hotel
land than that wVch is of extcutinsr: the game laws and Surgical titut('. UulTalo. N. Y.. and
of a bucket fei- \\I
by usIng chiVl! labor in our industrial would be of oaatfl: to the state.'Untold maintaining shop a a large box of the "All-Healing Salve" New Discovery

enterprises.; The struggle for success damage is being done every year by ny. punishing every one furnishingin will reach you hy return post.

and more any way by tele-graph, telephone You can't aff rd to accept a secret nostrum -
is becoming sharper burnng! the woods often through malice Price
a !,
pitiless each hour, and while it is negligence or thoughtlessness. private leased wire, or otherwise, medicine OF KNOWN CU.MIIIITIO, not FOR CONSUMPTION SOc & $1.00

true that this evil is less prevalentin Attorney General's Recommendation.As any information whereby the bucket even thonzh the urrpnt dealer may Free Trial.

others neverthelesS shop is maintained operated or carried thereby: make a little hirr; profit.
than in some cf3cer of the State Government
State law ..
our Dr. Pierce's Poa! ant Prllets
regulate Guaranteed: for all THROAT and
you should enact a child labor many maters requiring his attention on. Owners of buildings should and Invigorate stomach liver and 1>ow(>I:;. 1 LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEYS

law at this session which will pre- I have been presented to the be prevented from leasing their prop1eT1Y Suzar-cou.tcd, tiny granules, easy to take ( BACK.

vent the growth of this evil and dI I to any bucket !shot: and the candy. I


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s*** A*P73- -. ,.::4 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, APRIL, 1907 .: _

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THE FLORIDA STAR'EnteredatthepostomcestTitnsville ing vindicated for the charge of cor-

as ruption he made in the campaign, To All the Women Who Suffer

and which was so strenuously denied

4fcond-clau mail matter. by President Roosevelt and the Re- Is Commended

: P' ;' Epic B. VTaf er, Edlwra.cI Publisher.Jfc publican leaders. Pe-i u-na Earnestly

? 'PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Judge Parker has said that if he ,
Mrs.Geo.O.Worstell,11 River Road,Clarksburg,W.VJk,writes: I .
;"f It mast b?clearly nndenrtood that neither did make a statement he might require "I trust that no one will think from this that I want my name public r { xT! W f

TIm STAB nor its editor is responsible for reference to the data and.need for any cause only to let sufferers know where they may find relief from 43i 4
: opinions expressed by correspondents. %'
ailments. t ;
f time to prepare it. many
11 ,& f Sometimes when get tired and "I can truly say 1 have been much benefited by the use of Peruna. I ''iPrr"y : ) ;
y I you feel better than I have for two yeas It is the best medicine that I know } .
About the Extension.
giggling -
with peoples'
disgusted young for pelvic troubles."I .

and nonsensical behavior (as William E. Custis, writing to the have taken medicine from the doctors and found no relief; but whenki

x you, no doubt, frequently do) would Chicago Record-Herald from Key I began taking Peruna I could see that before I had finished taking the t

;t it not be well for you to refer back West, says: "Nobody but Mr. Flagler first bottle it was doirg me good.? {f'r '
knows what the railroad along the
J: 1. to the time when'you were one of
; Florida keys will cost, but it will be Cold Developed Into Catarrh.
; of the kind?
=-- the loudest one of the most expensive ever con Mrs.N. P.Lawler,423N."Browlway,
:.. ; > I structed. The concrete viaducts Pitts burg, Kts.,writes:
? "Peruna is a sovereign remedy for
i& : '. : The government has suppressed alone will represent more than J3.000.- Catarrh. Last spring I caught a severe

," lotteries because the people who 000, but that portion which runs over cold which developed into serious case
,> the keys Is comparatively inexpensive.Some of catarrh. I felt weak and sick and
bought tickets were not getting the could neither eat nor sleep well.
> engineers are of the opinion
_. worth of their money. An exchange "A friend who had been cured of catarrh -
that 154 miles the
,', taking the entire ,
through the use of Peruna advisedme
asks, why not extend the supervision cost not exceed that of
J ". average will to try It and I did so at once. I ex-
to the sale of railroad and other cor- ordinary railroads in the thickly settled pected help,but nothing like the won-

poration stocks? It" wouldn't hurt Northern States. Mr. Flagler escapes derfnl change for the better I observed ;1..=: .
would ordinary ; he almost as soon as I started taking it.
the honest corporation and it many expenses "In three days I felt much better and q 'X-,,' ...... ,: -t.: .:;.,:"
does not have to condemn any prop- (
.(} protect the innocent investor. within a week I was well. I continued '
erty. The greater- part of his material taking the entire bottle and within two r g/ u AtI MISS NETTIE f.80GARDUS

is on the ground, and there is weeks I was in fine health. Peruna Is
___,i : :; Some of the Florida papers are very little hauling and very little ex a wonderful medicine." % Miss Nettie E. Bogarduj, B.F. D.

:! claiming that the, liquor question cavation. There are no hills to cut Catarrh of the Bowels. : 21Weatfied! Y., writes:

_: will be among the biggest propositions away, no hollows to fill up. The rightof Mrs.Maggie Durbin, 1332: North St., "I have been a great sufferer
Little Rock Ark.,writes
.z way is practically leveL I have fromsickheadachesbut am now
for the approaching legislatureto MRS.GEO.CWORSTELL
"I was troubled for five years with a
heard estimates all the way from eightto .. entirely free from that trouble. I
handle, but we fail to see where chronic disease. I tried everything I x. x
twenty millions for the aggregatecost heard of, but nothing did me any good. -.v<.. have not felt to well in ten years
# this can be an issue unless an attempt of the road, but no one knows Some doctors said my trouble was u I do now. I would recommend

t 4 is made to saddle the dis- except Mr. Flakier, and he never catarrh of the bowels, and some paid Feruna and Manalin to all sax
consumption of the bowels. One doctor ferers. I will God blest Dr.
pensary on the state, or to carry it boasts of his investments. say,
said he could cure me; I took his medi- ; Hartman and his wonderful
-.r j for prohibition. The former wouldbe The terminal facilities at Key cine two months, but it did me no good. ," remedies

a very difficult task, while the West will be expensive and extensive. "A friend of mine advised me to try
dock and Peruna and I did After I had taken
They will comprise a dry so.
I .' latter, if fight were made for it, ;. Stomach Catarrh.
ten covered piers equipped with every two bottles I found it was helping me, ;- t
t k would not be so hard to carry. so I continued its use,and it baa cured
modern device for loading and discharging {: qtr, Miss Julia Butler,R.R.4,Appleton
:, About four-fifths of the counties of : cargoes. The piers will be me sound and well. <-f i, "If wants to know what
; the state are now prohibition, and if SOO feet in length and 150 feet in Peruna anyone did for me if they will writeto Y.r":. "For the past six year I suffered
$ ,"; with catarrh of the stomach, causing
t' the representatives and senators width, with a basin 200 feet wide be- me I will answer promptly." loss of sleep and appetite, with frequent -

f from these dry counties were to vote tween the piers. Mr. Flagler is evI- Pains In the Side. .4 : severe pains after eating.
Mrs. Julia Braxton, Apollo, Pa.,
dently making preparations for a "My sister advised me to try Peruna.
in favor of prohibition for the whole writes:
heavy freight traffic. He undoubtedly tyl"I took your treatment and my appetite
state the question would be quickly "Peruna has cured me of heart trou- "' y Jls returned speedily.
business from the
anticipates a large
ble and pains in the side. z and flesh and
disposed of. i' "I gained strength
P isthmus. If you will glance at your "A year ago I was expected to die at :,' Wki in perfect health.

maps for a moment, you will discoverthat Sony time, and the doctor was sometimes "I am so thankful your medicine
I Mr. Andrew Carnegie, multi-mil-I Key West is situated in a very called at two o'clock in the morning.But MRS.O.D.ROBINSON has done me BO much good."

; lionaire, is a philosopher. He says favorable position regarding the Pan I am thankful to say that I do not
not have U send for a doctor now.
z that if he had his way he would stop ama Canal. A line drawn from Miami "Since I have used your Peruna Mrs.O. D.Robinson,43 St.Felix St., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes:

i, stock speculation and clean out Wall southward will pass through the mid- you advised me, I am well and able to "I have taken Peruna and it did me more good than all my two years
dle of Cuba and go straight to Colon. do all my housework. I treatment by special physicians I can really say that I feel like another

.... street, because Wall street is an unwholesome Key West is, therefore, the nearest "I have all the faith in the world in person. No more swollen feet and limbs. No more bloating of the

1 place. Furthermore he and the quickest point on United Peruna as it cured me and I know thatit abdomen. No more shortness of breath. No more stiff and sore joints.

t l asserts: "I have heard men say that States territory to be reached from will cure others."I You have no idea what your treatment has done for me. It certainly has

poverty is dreadful and riches are the isthmus. It is two days nearer what cannot it has done praise for Peruna me." enough for prolonged my life and made a new woman of me.

than New Orleans Mobile Pensa- "0 such I have received kindness doctor and
corrupting. They don'tknow. They or Stomach Trouble. a blessing through your ,
cola, and five days nearer than New Miss Anna Careten, Clayton, 111., the assistance of the medicine which you so kindly prescribed. I am able
only side of the shield the
see one
or York. As soon as the railway is fin- writes: to work since I began your treatment, but before I was not; able to help

other. I have lived on both sides, ished it is proposed to establish a Your Peruna did me so much good."I myself; much less work for any one else. AU praise is due to Dr. Hartmanand

and I say to you that there is very steamship line from Key West to am feeling so well now and have [ his treatment.
trouble with stomach."
little that wealth can add to human Colon and other South American ports. no n\f -,

happiness. I believe, on the other 'It is Mr. Flagler's Intention t.o -_. ,
no railroad here yet to give St. Andrews
build a great ferryboat to run between
hand, that it decreases happiness. .
Key West and Havana in six hours, the benefit of an interior marKet THE
The millionaires who laugh are
-St. Andrews Buoy.
the distance being ninety-one miles,
; rare." Mr. Carnegie has devoted a carrying freight cars on the lower and CONTINENTALATLANTIC

I good deal of time and talent lately passengers en the upper decks at a FLIES: FLIES:

to the task of telling people that speed of fifteen miles an hour. The I Flies breed cli ease, they come from
water closets stables and sewers, and t
: they shouldn't wish to be rich. present steamers cross from Key Westin light on your food Flies contain disease BEACH FLA.
eight or nine hours. It takes a lit- germs sacs Dr. McCormick of the state ,
I hoard of health of Kentnck Sticksfly
tle more than twenty-four hours to go
r Political Sensation in New York;
parr i is one of the liett methods of killing -
from Miami and thirtj-six hours from
flies, but it is exprnthe.: I NOW OPENSchedules
a The publication of a letter from Tampa to Havana." Why i'oi male jonrown fly paper? .}
E. H. Harriman to Sidney Webster --- hundred sheets rot only a fr-w rentson
eo, Extension work trains are now run- can make fir our neighbors;but two ingredients -
the first of this week
declaring that
iiMtl Full directions mailed
ning over seventy-three miles of tracK Convenient
President Roosevelt appealed to him from fir six 2 rents famp, address today,
Miami south. About fifty milesof
l Allen Supply 0>., Mobile, Ala Leave Jacksonville 9:45 am 2:00 pm *6:00 pm 7:14 pn8.09p
:'", to save the Republican cause in 1904 this track is over keys and water Arrive Atlantic Beach 10:28 am 2:45 pm 6.55 pm m

.:r has created an unprecedented sensa- from the mainland. It will not be JAMES C. SPELL Returning

tion in Wall street and political cir- long before trains are running througnto Leave Atlantic Beach *6l5am 7:30 am 11:35 am 6:15 pillArrive

; cles. The Harriman letter states Long Key, where an immense via- Physician and Surgeon'Phone Jacksonville 7:00 am 8:10 am 12:20 pm C:00 pII&

that the president appealed to him luct is now in course of construction 17TITUSVILLE }Daily except Sunday. All other trains daily
and which prevents the trains from
>. directly asking him to raise two hundred FLA. For copy local time card and other information on am u-,-i.t of the F 1-:.
running still further
south. At thispoint
thousand dollars Railway or communicate with II H Semis, AtUntx Iltarh Flu
., r swing the work is very extensive, andit

New York vote. Mr. Harriman ad- will be a number of months yet before BOBBINSGRAAM

d .. :. mits writing the letter. the viaduct will have teen com

I In the congressional messages of leted and trains operated across it *
In all, one hundred and eighty arches I r tWNIWNI"r"'NNNIWNWWNIWNIWiliUUI'rThe
S December 5, 1906, the president de-
are to be built, and of this number
clares that the public ownership of I(Incorporated Paul n> Capital) $.13.WO! .f 0
but twentj-slx have been partial!
i. railways in the United States would completed, though the work has been This the company Indian Hirer owns Conn-landsin .: Mapes I

probably entail far-reaching disaster. under way several months.-Miami tryon the fct. Lncie River, FertilizerssE

What is needed is to develop an or- Metropolis. at New River, and on Bi!'-
_. _
-- Hay.
cayne :
derly system, which can only come
increase of the Fifty years' experience throngh three
through a gradual
gen- 3
have a torpid l liver when! IlerMne! the for land list. :
S 's exercise of the right of efficient government only liver regulator! will help you? OFFICES erations of the Mapes family.

t ,: control. The president emphasized There i no reason why you shonM gutter TITUS%ILLE AND MIAMI.EAST We are a household word all over fair Florida. Im

f. the impossibility of secur- from dyspepsia, constipation, chills and Our thirtieth year in the state. ;

ing efficient action through state leg- fever or any liver complaint, when Heroine COAST MEAT MARKET .1 Our goods combine safety, reliability and :
will cure ou. F. C. Waite West-
> ,
t ', islatures. profit for the
\ille, }la., Writes: "I was sick for a G. F.DUKE,Agent, grower. I E
', A ,copy of the New York World month with chills and fever, and after j No dangerous compounds.Ask .

T containing the letter and the interview taking two bottle! of Heroine am well # Florida and I 9 our agents for pamphlets and find the m."

with Harriman was laid before and healthy." Sold by Red I Cross Phar- &i4 r reason why you onght to buy our goods. *:

the president Tuesday. macy. R WesternHeats |

'" Judge Alton B. Parker has declined Fully 50,000 pounds of mackerel ( Agents ; E. L. Brady & Bro. Titusville -g;

'" have been caught by St. Andrews Bay ) J. M. Sanders Cocoa 5:
to say anything "at present" Jos. Paxton, Rockledge
fishermen in this immediate vicinity
,, regarding the publication of the within the past week and ready sale A. T. Patillo, Osteen F. Bergmann, Merritt :;

Harriman-Webster letter, but he was found for the whole catch, the of all Kinds E. R. Provost, LotusWWMWlTOWMr

1 may say something later on. Judge bulk having been shipped to Mobile

1 t Parker's friends claim he is now be- and Pensacola, because of there being TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. T1\/ > WHI'W, INN1\i Y"''''\ I.vl.; r:





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iCKDINGS OF THE \ a body of the grand jury, finds the ;

:-.k,}; i':1: COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ,. county recommend home the in good county condition.commissioners We-

L have planted 100 pecan trees on

.: .Ttoy Ask:For an Amendment to the the land suitable for same, and also
You food with
make better
,. Present Assessment Liar can } have the orange trees replaced on

; it the land which is suitable for same.

*<:,? ; '.; The Brevard county commissioners We also recommend that the county ;

met at the court house in Titusville, commissioners have a suitable place .

Apr. 1st, 1907, with full board pres- + r for Mr. Gore, or the keeper of the

county home, to keep his prisoners f
of Justices of the Peace I WfP\r; P ; in safety, so he can lock them in for

,Roesch, McBride, Sanders and Peter- safe keeping at night. ,

'' son and tax collector's ',report of We find everything in the schoolsof

licenses collected were received. the county to be in perfect con

The treasurer's report was re- I dition and everything in a flourish-

_ .ceived and checked up and paid warrants LUTLY E ing condition to the best of our

r destroyed. knowledge.We -...t

permits were issued to E. A. Os- as a body, call special attention f

teen, G. M. Budd and T. J. Shave to Lighter, sweeter, more palatable S .to the neat work of getting up i

carry pistols. the financial report of the county by

J. K. Gore reported $25.70 realized and wholesome.ROYAL our county treasurer, John Henry -

.r from produce sold from the county and said report is hereto attached '

1 home during March. ( and made part of this, our general

Request of E. P. Branch for reduction BAKING POWDER CO. NEW-YORK. presentment.We .

of taxes 1906 assessment on ,-, I)} recommend that the ,county I ;

lands of F. Smith was refused.A commissioners have the sewerage

permit was granted to Mrs. from the jail connected with the V

v C. F. Latham to capture a manatee town sewerage, and have erected a

for scientific purposes. GRAND JURY Financial Report of Brevard County wind mill or some suitable way of

Clerk's report of taxes redeemed furnishing water so theycan; connect it l
Titusville,Fla,March 25th, 1907. :
C '- and purchased during the month of PRESENTMENTIncluding all the water closets in the court }

I ; : February was received. To the Honorable Grand Jury Circuit Court Brevard Co., Spring Term A. D.1907: house yard to said sewerage. ,

A of J. W. for aid We recommend that
Carlile the
Gentlemen beg leave to present to you the following general statement of the financial proper
..u from the, county was rejected, the Also the Financial Staementof condition of Brevard County,as of present date, also a comparative statement with onea authority investigate the matter of .

county commissioners having no Breiard County year ago, as made to the grand jury at that date. expense incurred by John Gore, keeper t+ t

outside of the of the home in the e 1
.r county To the Honorable Minor S.Jones. County Funds Controlled by County Commissioners county pur- '
home. suit of Ansell Richardson, an escaped
We, the grand jury, herewith beg Available Ontstand'g Available
The Cocoa & Rockledge News was convict, ascertain the amount ex-
leave to make this their general Resources Warrants Surplus
'.: designated to publish the delinquent pre- County Revenue-General Fund pended by Mr. Gore in this behalf, {
sentment upon public matters con- Tax of 1906.-____________$9,105.91 which
Y tax list. cerning the welfare of the Cash______________________ 3.76 we recommend be returned to '!
The sheriff is hereby instructed to county, -- $9,10967 175313 $3,351.54 this officer without delay.To .
together with the several Road and Fund
.. have the county clerk's office screen- recommen- Tax of 1908, Bridge 5,463.55 his honor, the judge of our cir- 54
ed and to write for prices on a hot dations contained herein. Cash___________________ 1.23 cuit court, and the Hon. John C.
We find the county jail kept in a 5,404.78 24561 5219.17 i
air pump to furnish water for the I Jones, state's attorney, we extend
clean and sanitary condition, the Building Fund-Cash 1221 00 121
| thanks for valuable
:our counsel and
jail.Tax prisoners being well cared for. We Fine and Forfeiture fund I
collector reported $159.00 poll Taxof1906------------- 45333' advice, and also to the sheriff, Joseph 1' <
taxes collected for 19056. recommend the county commissioners Cash______-_________________7,4 to accept the cells which -- i 7/U3.33 20.10 7,93293
new we
Request of commissioners of St. Special Road Fund District>o. 1 her, for courtesies extended Curing,
Lucie half of the find completed as per contract, and Cash_____-_______________. 2.82 00 2.82 arduous labors.
:F ; county to pay one our
for Special Road Fund District No 2
cost of repairing the lighter at the pay same. Tax of 1906, __________-___ 1.221.37 And now,having finished our work
The grand jury particularly calls I Cash______________________ 31823 i
E. Sebastian river was granted.The 1.539.60 .00 1539.60 we ask that we be discharged.J. 4
attention of the several justices of
county commissioners respect- Special Road Fund District No.3 R. CARTER, Foreman.R. 1
the peace of the county to their Tax of 1906,______________ 3,595.90 .
; fully ask and earnestly urge our Cash ___,_____________ 51097 R. PYLES, Secretary.
.. duty in regard to transmitting to
410687 2JO 4,104.37
member'of the legislature to pre-
the clerk of the court all Special Road Fund District No. 4
pare and have passed at this session papers per- Tax of 1906,__________________ 1.415.52 Letter to Miss Lottie Teeter
taining to commitments of criminalsin Cash_______________________ 616.13 Titnsville Fix
of the legislature an amendment to ,
f".J their several courts. 2061.65 .00 206165
chapter 3777 (No. 116) laws of Florida Game Warden Fund-Cash 1,71606 2200 1694.06 Dear Miss: We should like to set
1 as follows: That any registered We also ask that the financial report Prop.of Deceased Persons-Cash 580 .00 580 your boys and girls at work on this question t
j" citizen of said county, who does not of County Treasurer John Hen- Total_________________ $31.96279 11,0461) $30,91115School A farmer in arithmetic ip fatting and three ca mstry.hogs in three
submitted to the grand jury at
1'- pay any taxes upon real estate in said ry as Funds Controlled by Board of Public Instruction small pens they have equal room and straw
this term be published, that all the and care, and are fed in these three ways: '
# county, or any personal property in first hog, on a certain of milkand i
tax the proportion
county see con-
payers may County School Fund
r said county, should be required to dition of and its financial Tax of 1906_________--________$12,74358 cooked cornmeal; second hoar, on the
; pay a road tax of $3.00 per year or our county Polls of 1906________________ 52800 same, half water and saw dust How'
- standing.We Cash______________________ 1.66 long will it take, how much will they
a. in default of said payment shall be the grand jury desire to call $13,277.94 $7.36866 5909.28 weigh, how much will they cost, and
a required to perform three days work Spec.Tax School Dist. No.1 what'll the profit be on the three
. ,,_, attention to the peaceful and lawful Tax of 1906__________________ 654.25 I And a similar in
}: V on the public roads of said county. Cash_______________________ 131.72 I That question pigmentry.
state of our county, as being a mat- 78597 same farmer is going to paint three
; The tax assessor is hereby ordered to 385 18'.12Spec. barns size and
I ter of pride, and an evidence of the .School Fund C. Chap.5383 same ; says to three
' assess the said road tax of $3.00 onevery Cash _________________________ 49625 6500 43125 painters: "what'll you take to paint that
. : good citizenship of our people, we lIam?"

. registered citizen not paying having found but two true bills at I Total__________________ $14,56016 $7.437.51 $7,12265 First painter scratches his head a few

, s any' real estate or personal tax and the present term, neither of which : Total for all funds________ 46,522.95 8.4S6.1 38036.80 minutes and says: ""I'll doit" for $.i0."
11"1 ; the same to be credited when paid to Second painter: $7s.
; were against any individual of our Respectfully submitted, JOHN HENRY, County Trcasurer Third painter; "$97.43"11'ill
:j the general road and bridge fund of
home but in both instances they each get a barn to paint, or
.' said county. In case of the failure Comparative Statement of the Financial Condition of Brevard County as one get two, or one all three, or nobodyany

; to pay said special tax of $3.00 on or said indictments were found againstnon of present date and of one year ago, when presented to Grand Jury. ; and what'll they make on the j'Jb1That's : ,
about how t
residents.We painliu,;goes! some-
f: before April 1st of each and every particularly commend .Available Outotandvailable times.
year, it shall be the duty of the our Commissioners Funds Resources Warrants Surplus But there ia a way to reckon: $5 a gallon : /
worthy sheriff and his efficient depu- The is
of said county to notify March 1907 _n_________________.____ $-31.96279 7 1,01&61 139.911.13March difficulty in knowing how : "
supervisors ties for their careful and painstakingwork 19<)6 ______..__._______.... 19.89.37 2.04. There's a way out
,/ all delinquents in their respective ofthat
,:. districts to perform said road work in keeping good order in the increase-----__________________ $12,03 Buy the lea gallons; paint, Pevoe. ;
: county and in preserving the peo- Decrease _____-_________________ 59US.20 No matter how much one buys; he returns -
of and failure within 30 __.._____.
V 3 days, upon committed to their Net improvement----------- a tl3O"1.6' what's left: costs nothing:
ple:& property
V days after said notice to perform School Funds Yours truly, :
care. March, 1907 ______________________ HI.5 O.16 $7437.51 S712265 F. \\ DE\'OE & Co %
said work the said supervisors shall The grand jury recommends the )March 1906, __..__________..____...__ 13,71601 ,562.13 ,1S.1.S. 20 New York.P. .
': of said failure with the -- S. Jas. 1'rilchard Son bell our
file complaint screening of the county clerk's office, Increase..........._____________ $844.15 paint.
proper justice of the peace in the Decrease_______...______________ $1,12162
and also the jail with good materialto Net improvement___________________ $1,90877 Bill Brown was in from the Ever ;
in which said delinquent resides -
district keep out dirt daubers and other Total of all Funds this week
I or if no justice of the peace be March, 1407 _______________________- $46.52295 $8456.15 $:J, .036 SO glades bringing in several
insects. }March 1006 ________________________ 33595.38 10.60< .97 2.9Sti.U hundred large 'gator hides. lie says ;
qualified in said district,
duly The committee roads a bodyof the Indians in his section have not
.'r. the judge of said Bre- on as IncreaseIkcrease_______________________. $12,9'f.7
before county the grand jury, wish to inform _________-_____________ 2,1222 :if-J of tbe seaicg! (.( :';1' :KIIICS of ;
.." vard county who shall act and pass our honorable body of county com- Net improvement.______________________ M505039Gent'emen ; Tom Tiger jet, and that there is, no

upon said complaint, as said com- missioners to instruct the supervisorsof -ID submitting this comparative statement,I beg lea\eto say that no one trouble with the Seminoles in his sec .
; plaints merit. person is entitled to any special credit for our excellent financial condition or for the great t Ion.-Fort M**>rs Press. J
roads to use the best possible ma- improvement during the last year all have Admiral V:hitv .
I Warrants were ordered drawn aggregating terials in the construction of the said there is glory enough for alL .
the following amounts on Respectfully JOHN HEN B\, County Tn' uru. s11/tr Ur"lIrtl IIIU. :
f funds same, as good rock roads are a necessity -I March 2s. 1907. The readers<>f this japer will be pleased :;
V the various : : in our county. to learn that there mat I To the Foreman of the Honorable Grand Jury in session lorul,.
General fund________.__________ 3.M>t>51 build- Brt'\"arll'ounty. ; disease that si uiice has beer able toiure lu tall *
Road fund district No. 1 ___ --- -_ T300 The committee on public This is to certify that there is on deposit in the Indian River State luuk. Titusville. its stages'anal that is laurrli lUll'a ;
.. N .. .. 2 __________ 10 00 ings, as a body of the grand jury, we Florida. to the credit of John Henry,county treasurer the sum of eleven tbunvtml nine. and tarrh Curtis the only p*>siti\, rare known *
#': N 3 ______n___ 1662 21.100 dollars. $11.004.21. On this. 23rd day of March, 1IU7. to the medical fraternity tal.irrh bring a ',
: 4 ___________ 16335 find all the buildings in good shape, INDIAN RIVER STATE Back, Winston. P.ranninz C. .,hi..r. constitutional tliavas', n'llun'; A cimbtitutiouu *
.. .'S. 44 5 ________-_ M.50f except the screening of buildings treatment Halls Catarrh 'ure is *
warden fund_______________ 3700 Bal.asabove$1100< .21addca.hinsafefK763toUlll336M. John Henry ('o Tr. taken internally acting: directly upon the *
Game Fine and forfeiture fund________- f 3o3.K herein mentioned. We find the blood and muruus surfaces of the system. :;
:' county offices kept in a neat and I -- --- thereby destroying the foundation of the disease r.
# and giving the patient strength in *.
Just Because clean condition.The OOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOO building: up the cou>titiitl"it soil. av5istmg .

is only in the throat and does grand jury is informed that I nature in doing its work. The proprietors *:
cough That
your hacking cough continues : have so much faith in its curative powers
not trouble you now, don't think that it in several instances money and other I that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any *

R needs no attention. When it has not had valuables have been found upon the I 7( Because your system is exhausted and 0 cuae timonials.that it fails to cure. Send fur list of tes1;

'Y'?, much of a start is the time to check it. bodies of unknown persons, which I your powers of resistance weakened. 0 \ddress. F. J. CHE\E\ & CO., Toledo O. ;
leads to pneumonia bold by Druggist, ?5.;. :
:;.; The slightest cough easily A have not been accounted for to the Take Scott9s Emulsion. .c- Hall family Pills are the Led. .'
and consumption. I
bronc itis *
in such --- -
state by the coroners acting .
bottle of Balf rd's Horehound Syrup it within will- cases. We call the attention of the : It builds up and strengthens your entire system. TOALLWIIOI IT MACOCfcKN :
t that cough. The price puts of Florida :
cure t
the reach of all. Sold by all dn1goists.O.a.SrOHXA. court to this matter and respectfully 10 It contains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphite so 0I County of Bretard. S. S j

request your honor to instruct the prepared that it is to take and to Know all men by these present that I Job u -
0 easy easy digest 0 D. \ann Sr.. have Urn 20th day of March. :
4 sheriff to investigate and report all loademvson. John D. Jr. :
I \ann. ,a free agent
: Sfe. AND 11.00
4q Bu.nt>u Hato Mats S8(48p&m such derelictions of the statute. tOt tCt.O"O"OOOOOOO"OOIQt to sue and be bUtd. and buy and sell the .'
a same as though he was twentv-one years of Jif
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'1J'' '::';6'.': THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1SD7 f

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ITEMS OF NEWS and promptly others lowered, and to he him was by drawn Eric Mills np BEST FOR THEBOWELS

bleeding onto the pier pretty well ex APOTASH-

= ffl FAIR FLORIDA hausted. The incident was witnessedby r u

a a large crowd of peop'le.Daytona
If yon luTen't a regular,healthy movement of the
Gazette-News. po.reUevery dmryoar.lUorwiUbe. Keep your in the soil puts corn on the
Hat the De- rowels end bo U. Force,to the of
& is Being Done Towards open w shape
violent phrtle or Din poison,ii daoceroan. The : 3E stalk and money in the bank

iclopment of.tie'Peninsula Caught Cold While Hunting a Burglar the imoothett.bowels clear euiest.and moet dean perfect Is to take vj of keeping I
CANDY The natural process of plant growth

A lodge of Elks with a large charter Mr. Wra. Thos. Lanorgan provincial CATHARTICEAT is simply one of chemical conversion. i
membership has just been organ constable at Chaplt>au. Ontario says! !: I Potash, the raw material, is cheap; slut when

In Orlando. "I canght a severe cold while hunting aburglar '
; ,.ized. converted by nature into corn, it is
in the forest last fall.
t .;.: The First National Ban): of SL Petersburg I swamp
valuable. The of Potash is net
Hearing of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy use
has increased its capital I

:y F stock from $25,000 to $50,000. I tried it, and after using two small t an expense, but an investment. 1 '

liottles, I am completely cured." This t. t
3 in + titVU' Write today for our free booklet "F Unt Food.
yL A company has been 'organized
remedy is intruded especially for coughs
3 Arcadia with a capital of $15,000 to !and coltK It will loosen and relieve 'EM LIKE CANDY GERMAN KALi WORKS ,
Pleaaant, Palatable Potent Taste Good Do !: New York-93 ftusau Street, or
f build a street railway system In that I Good. Never Sir irr.Weaken or Gripe; 10.K and ( .
severe cold in less time than by any other W cents per box. Write for free sample,and book -- Atlanta On.-1224 CaxuKer Building

,a, town. I treatment and is a favorite wherever its let on health. Address 433
Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York. :
{ J. Howell Cummings, of Philadelphia ;superior excellence has become known.

has donated five thousand dol I For pale by all druggists and medicine KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN

lars to the gymnasium fund of Stets I dealers. "L'

son University. I :thereof build a hard road between De

The Dade County Bar Association Is The Navy Department has author- Land and New Smyrna; but It was

.circulating petitions praying for the ,ized the sale of the 2,000-ton) wooden I agreed that if any other road were -

f dock which was sunk at the Pensa. shown to be more practicable than
establishment of a court of criminal ]
4 cola navy yard during the hurricaneof the present one, Daytona would makeno

Tecortfcin.Building Dade permits'shOwing County. a total of September, and which the depart objection to its being used. Still [ t BOTTLES FD: [ E

ment has decided not to attempt to the people of Daytona wanted to have
586,200 were Issued in Tampa last
raise and repair. The dock has been it proven that there was a better route

Wednesday. They were for business bady damaged, and it is not expectedthat available before permitting the abandonment 1'' :
blocks and residences. \UWhiskeyFflLL
there will be many bidders, as It of the present road, on \

Wiley Taylor of Lire Oak has purchased is very probable that the structure which C5,000; of the counts money

for $60,000 the turpentinefarm cannot be repaired and used again, has already been spent. AD

of J. B. Barton and C. B. Mc- and therefore the only value is the I At the meeting of the County Com- 6 Full Quarts
., Leod in Marion Count;. large amount of copper which covers missioners held on Thursday last the $2 95

,. The past season was a poor one for the sides and bottom. Owing to the :committee from Daytona suggested f/It\'VA\ Carolina Whiskey* _

i the mackerel fishing industry on the high price of copper and the thou- : that the proper way to decide as u .t: .. {,
Z '
: I 1 ; Carolina Whiskey will *?* :xe Il-nt utW&it a. It U m well aged
lower Florida coast The total catch, sands of pounds on the dock, it is the relative merits of the routes wouldbe I Iii" f article and in our estimation, far superior to trio. decoctions and mu-
l i tares sold by irresponsible order whiskey 1ioats at tOO to H50
as reported by the Miami Metropolis, probable that the bids that are sub- I to drive over them, which was accordingly I.ILl>>, t +1111"1 i I I per gallon. Wemakealiecialpriceoll CAROLINA WHISKEY to show
that we are not afraid of any kind of competition Our plants cow fourteen -
is about 900,000 pounds, whereas it mitted will be on account of the cop- done. After the Commis-
acres making us the largest mail order wtuAy house in the world.
used to be from 1,500,000 to 2,000.000 i per. The vessel was brought to Pen- sioners had compared them it was the sFi

:pounds. sacola during the SpanishAmericanwar unanimous opinion that the present i I 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE. "ox" _:..... us $2.93 and we

Two tickets arein the field in the from New York, and did good service road should be hard surfaced in pre= will ship you by express 6 fun quarts oi Carolina Whiskey an4 we
is 1 t I will include In same box.complimentary. sample bottle of each,
; municipal campaign in Gainesville one for many years in docking ves- erence to building a new road over I "ZuHeka," "Gold Band" and Casper's 12 Year Old White Coro.I .

sels of small tonnage. another route.Rheumatism.
nominated by the Municipal League
I I ( SPECIAL NOTICE! We deliver the above extras prepaid anywhere
and the other by the old-line conservalives. --- in North Carolina. Virginia and West Virgin but customers brag
v Hard Times in Kansas Makes Life MiserableA in other states reached by Adams or Southern Express Cornpajues.
t S. M. Davis is at the head of most remit hoc extra. Buyers east of Mississippi River residing on
the former for Mayor and "W R. The old days of grasshoppers' and happy home is the most valuable some other express lines must send $3.95 for tae quarts and 3 sample
:r bottles and we will prepay express. Remit cash with order and address: :
drouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous possession that is within the reach of
Thomas at the head of the latter.
{ THE CASPER. CO.. Inc.. KoanoKc, Va.
Kansas of today although a citizen mankind, but you cannot enjoy its comforts -
The big cigar firm of Grommes &. (AL.wsr..eak.,Ie Co) 0wMrw.d tr.1L aepl8n4 JAuerJ 5., sts.0th DleL,Tat
of Codell Earl bhanibuiv, has riot if you are suffering from rheumati'm. All w'u.kl.. nude aader np-rrtk.. of C !. pmr-r, s.4 paruieM .... sa. 1k.Hatie.el .
,Kennedy of Chicago will soon re- t r.. r..d.e4 rq (see.
yet forgotten a Iiird time he ncountered. Yon throw aside busu:ets cares
'mare from that city and locate its
e He says: "I was worn ont and di-cour- whenon enter your home and you can

plant in West Tampa. This will make aged by coughing night and day, and be relieved from thos rheumatic pains The climate of the East Coast of Florida
t; the fifth large clear Havana cigar
could find no relief till I tried Dr. King's* also by applvinir Chamberlain's PainIh'rn
factory secured by Tampa since tiu is nearer perfection thai that of any
Ies than One will
New Discovery. It took one application give you relief
.first of the year. and its continued for short other place on earth.
bottle to complete cure ow The use a time 1t tE.

t Another company Is being organize safest and most reliable con;h and cold will bring about a permanent cnre Fi>r

: ). in Orlando to erect a new ice factor, cure and lung and throat healer ever dia- sale! by all dnvjivNand denier". E.

as the present plant is not large rovered Guaranteed by Red Cross Pharmacy -

i- enough to meet. the demands made 50 cents and $1.00. Trial Imttle Rod For Tall HiU.

upon itThe free. New fears eve, which is sacred toM
Sylvester. it c W.ratwl In Berlin
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annual State convention of the
Isthmian Canal Exposition Postponed. by the blowing tiC tin honn the ring'
Florida Christian Endeavor will b3 lug of bells and all other device for
The board of governors of the Isth-
held in Lake City April 5th, 6th and making a UOIM>. The only horse play
mian Canal Exposition Company at a (
7th. A reception will be given bj the in.luI-.nM in IN at the expense: of the 'rIl :
meeting held in Tampa Friday decided I II
home society at the Blanche Hotel on wi.'nr of the silk tile Any one on
to postpone the holding of the the vtn'tt is! privileged to bring his yr :
Friday night, April 5th. t.J {nffi1rn
exposition from 1908) to January, February "Ul" down on tb> crown of the offending \ :

The danger from woods fires was and March, 1910. The postpon0- head,:ar as band and as often -

,dearly demonstrated Wednesday afternoon IMt- Uhen the with the
ment, which has been under consld is n man a'Q,
when the pineapple field of .1I:Li IJl< l;itnl hat complains to the ix>-
eration for some time, was finally decided -
I). T. McCarty, south of town was lice the only consolation he pets is, "It : "
for the reason that th,? \
upon II
serves you right for wearing it on SvlChamberlain's .
threatened with destruction. Only by
short time intervening between now vester niJt:' aIm a h \

heroic.efforts was the fire kept out of and the early months of 190S was _. ._- kk iir?
the pineapples. The Underwriters fire
Salve w./
deemed too short to allow preparations ,
extinguishers were used at this fire ,...-, ""1 J'lll.,; _
for the comprehensive plan it TItH salve I* iriter.led peiiiHv fi>r r---" I ,.

'! with good effect: .-St. Lucie Count: was proposed to adopt for the exposl sire nipples, Imrns frost I.ite... ih iindhan !)c" ___. ,, \\t"I.I.i fi U nlIIIJ ,, -
Tribune.A "' t '
tion. A resolution was adopt by \ '"
dispatch to the Tampa Tribune the governors favoring the holding of !! !:tte t1 eve lid, .4d. t hr" ic snrw Jt r. \ "\ \ \(\ # }=- JJ --

.from Arcadia, dated Monday, says: annual State fairs, and asking; the fur dia.4of the shin, surd a-t ttr -_. P"/' / .\"\1 ,.' ;:vJJttL11 ;.:_-----

'Because young Foulke had been paving Legislature at its forthcoming session alt rhenm} rims WOOD, "i-UJ liea'. ... ,d" =--/ -
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attentions to his daughter against to make the fair a permanent Institution : -: here harf.fo1' itch, ':\hl.i.oq 'p'rep I ... L.-

his wishes, a man giving his name as and granting an appropriation to and e..?em:i. It hag met w it n uni'araleie! t1 'I' :s and the famous Qran.f; Groies. Pitlppl', P1&Dbtt,
Cocoanut Groves and TrattiMf Farms >f.the reentry tfRHLR
Dowd seriously cut the young lover in aid in its maintenance snow-, in tlit treitmentof iheseiliM"-: es, : 4'

the right leg, and the victim of the -- -- Piuv :J;> cents! |n'r I'o. Fur -31t, bv llilrnjrit' : C ia3i.: f tz I n tic :: LIKE \ OK Fit al llISC.\DiE

+r knife nearly bled to death before me 1' To Build Paved Highway. :and meilmne dfjlerCASTORiA.. : t '.",:t : are mcfar from Jan"'aville TU the

i ical assistance could be summoned.:, Daytona Gazette- ews.) : 'j fLORID.LST CO.lS't ULWAT..

I Th men met oppos 1t" tllp .\. C. T. I J;. :t':' J .,. ,...
.\- a r'lt of tale mass mttf tin : ,
' a station about T 0':0.:1thi: eveningand ; :' I
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; h.1 bv the coaimitU of .
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elder ;
t the rrai "rm '
t 'iti/'Tl '" days MHO i For Infants and Ch::'rsn.T&3 j j.: :: ;
whipped out a long knit .U' l i '>" {! ; ;. ; if t '' sr ei
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The output of ci-,..;- :rori< i the T.Ull'.p& :oats: c..';; r i". '. ,7. >. ,I. to Sig.a--e ;;: L"t' (..--iu .

factories continues to be phenoni anterior ci nil' oixut: : r 1
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i enally large. For the week enl1iil; A proposition had boon made t >
i '<'- RO\I"Tr. :. e.I:: !L" : il., J. t. tt.'lI .,
1 ilarcli nth the shipments:, were 6,130" abandon the present road between t
I S .Z T.-I"1.1" Ire.aarrr.. Trot' ]leas-rr .."-1'. a.
- : r (\(}(), which is away up in line with the Daytona and DoLacd. and in lieu Chamberlain'si T. .U-Gn.Tl\I% Ft.S.wiwcffzriiU.

t '7 largest weeks of the holiday rush I -

I during last jear Up to this date the Grip Quickly Knocked Out "

output is 51 per cent. larger than for ":-Om" weeks a!o'd iriu: the severe! -,. \ I

the same period of last year. It i: winter weather} both nu wife and myself" 'f ( ," I :
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to believe that th.' ..ontrtrtedIMV ell.l| ) I ,
almost impossible : \\ hwl! >-pM > I ..:. -.<< (. :x-: T
same proportion will hold goo-1 for eloped into the \ "ir< *m,I lofla grips _. -.i'.) : :. \CE"7 :

the entire year: vet it cannot be d:> with all it* mi-*>rable <;' 'III"orn| :>,T* ',,txMr \- .::1.A1. 1t J ,

nied that the indications are wry suo- J. s JtMoR, of Mtj.e Lindiiulowx : t: \1 \'''OCT\ T "(.....F...:...:: N IJ B LA C ['1. s, .

.tantially to the effect that it will bo : "Kn"e* and j,>ui>a aciiiii..:, mis. \( .... :
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m&intainE'd.-Tampa Times. des! sore. lieitopj\ ed up, ev'-s an I ni-e 1

The ocean current or undertow w. is running, with teniate: spell.f chill I U A?*. I 1 5- Loaded Black Powder Shells

afternoon and feverebecm, Chunlierlam's .. -
J running very strong Sunday -
has Conirli> Remedy, a .lin and Robert R Stewart, who Cough RemedyThe x .
with a d''uhe! dose of Ctlanit'erlain's \: \- ,., 7 ,
I the curio store in theVrav buildin. '.. Are Sure Fire
Stomach and Liver Tablet, and\ by its Children's Faronte / :. ,
came near losing his; life while bathIng ? "
liberal tt"t' <*>- n wmpletelv knocked out -oCt;RES- '
in the briny waters. Bj harl Coughs ColcU Croup and D:! r--.t 'i\ : Will Stand Reloading. i
the grip. bold by all sits; and "
work he managed to reach one of the: Whooping Cough. l

piles supporting Keating'b pier, to I medicine dealers ..remedy faruon for its.cure*over e /, They Ahvoys! Get The Game f
large part ot the ciTulznl worl1. It can ( L .
which he for dear life. These ; .. .
clung C i9TOR: 'XA. always be depended vpno It c c :n no :
I I'It opium or other harmful dn:> plies are covered with barnacles and Bean the ltd Yt1 lia--e A sacs B.::ftspatm given a*cocfitienU t">a a*t an aJoit ..0'. 't.. ,: For Sale Eve> wheru.

i ; his body from head to foot was ftar : ct:; tdor Price 25 cts; Large Size 50 cts. "t.' it.tIF / 'if.. 1t' J

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y 4 The New
;.. ::1 El fI IL : 4
.ifil" J. Continued from page 5.

I.: g
i: :z Oil the race problem. More especiallydo CASTORIA
f r I make this recommendation for the
$" good of the white race; to keep sweet I 9 oo DROPS .
the lives of the white people; to keep "
For Infants and Children. .
Stove their conscience keen and clean.

'. g as ,g. The Right of the Public to Correct -

r- Information. The Kind You Have
;. ,.:; Accurate information furnished to
y If- r the people is good for, ,the people.
Q'f& Inaccurate' or false information is bad Always Bought

'_ Different from other oil stoves. Superior because for the people, as It may deceive AVegetablePrcparationrorAs-

f i)'>:' :i r:4\; of its economy, cleanliness, and ---I- operation. The them,. and in that way be of financial siinilating tbeFoodl tatingIheSknmattls -
& benefit or in some other way profitable cf
Bears theSignature
:; U9 to the persons furnishing or
if : NEW PERFECTION disseminating such false and Inaccura IMAMS CHILDREN

i. information. A newspaper pub-
lishing accurate information to the
Wick Blue'Flame (HI Cook-Stove public is a good institution. A news- Promotes Kgestion.ChEeifulnessandRestContains neither-
paper publishing inaccurate or false of -
information to the public, innocently, OpumMorphine nor Mineral.
saves fuel
and lessens
expense the vork. Produces NOT NARC
is harmful wilfully, is positively bad
a ;
strong working flame instantly. Flame always .. 1-In
the welfare.
under and a menace to public
:i immediate control. Gives
quick results
i recommend that it be made a mis- jwFA'dD '
without SHlTlPI1'CllEJJ.
overheating the kitchen. Made in threejuc
demeanor for
any person or personsto
$ Every stove warranted. If d.1-
n ? not at your circulate through a news bureauor
dealer s, write our nearest for
; agency descriptive literature &JtM4 s./I
circular. newspaper any .s.-.
: false information to the public upon

any public question. and to make it a .r.u-
THE Rap misdemeanor for any person to mall- (1IiIiJ
o Lamp ItiIIrJr-'
Use I
cioasly print any mis-statement or
falsehood about any candidate or perfect: Remedy for Constipation -
r ; i. the belt lamp for n'ound household use. about any public official which tendsto .Sour Stoniach.Diarroea.} t
{ Made of brass throughout and beautifully nickeledt destroy the confidence of the peo- Worms,Convulsions,feverish- Over
Perfectly constructed; absolutely safe; unexcelled ple In the candidate or officer; and cess and LOSS OF SI ..EETacSimile '
ia light-giving power; an ornament to t
any room. that the publication or distribution or
Every lamp warranted. If not at dealer's
your Signature of
either be made facie evidenceof
wnte to our nearest agency.STANDARD .
s OIL COMPANY the intention of the person or per- < && & YearsCASTORIA

(IJIW..T<.) sons so publishing cr distributing same. NEWYORK..
I further recommend that a law be
Atb month.;* old a
enacted= authorizing the County Solic-
?" itor or State Attorney in any county 35 Doses-J5 CENTS
to file information, either in the Cir-
cuit Court or the Criminal Court ofRecord
; ,or if the Circuit Court Is at that EXACT COPYOF'WRAPPCB.

time in session bring to the attentionof r tie CCNT...1:0..1'. sew 1'0"Cr1'\ J
the Grand Jury for investigation the
A Why is it that the
fact of the presence of any publishing -
or distributing agency publishingor I
distributing any false or mis-lead-
tag literature that they may be investigated -
LudwigPiano and indicted, or Informa-
tion filed according to the law. We 8BABDARD.
take every precaution to preserve free <

from misinformation or any influence

i which will prevent a true and just ALINE RAILWAY- .
verdict the juries In our courts. f
a t. Shall we not also take care that that -FOR-
great jury the people to whose verdict -
-public opinion-all must bow, Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines; i

is preferred by those who are admittedly shall by not designing be misinformed interests and and deceived news- Richmond, Washington, Baltimore. '

r,# i :: :. the best judges of tone? The answer is bureaus and newspapers controlledand Philadelphia, New York,
f. directed by them for their own J '
r i who has private and personal ends? I recom- '
:: easy. It is because everyone TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
mend that a statute be enacted making -

:<,\ L': played the Ludwig knows that in it public punishing mendacity any newspaper a misdemeanorand writeror SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL.

!/' 3 : is embodied every artistic quality---that editor or publisher who deliberately -
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and intentionally writes or publishes MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.

; F it meets every demand of the expert re- an article that is untrue, and
making the public printing of an untruth ONLY LINE

;.[; (. quired for the truest interpretation of prima facie evidence of the mis. Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New o r.ear.s. I
demeanor. Respectfully submitted.
'.' music---that it that inde- N. B. BROW ARD. Governor. t
. : possesses For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or

.j < ''a. scri able, delicate charm which is difficult Don't Put Off write O. MACDONELL, S. C. EOYL TO ,Jr.,

(.jr tomorrow what you can do tolay. A"8t.General Passenger Agent, Pas&enger Agent.JACKSONVILLE. .

.{,!\:, .t -t. to analyze; but which is designated rr you put off buvin a bottle of FLA E EH \

,' ird's Snow Liniment, when that pain
:1 {. ,;f... ; bv. some musicians,. who appreciate that
.' -;, comes you won't have any, buy A bottle -- - ---
". f: today. .\ cure for rheumatism,
" I positive
it can correctly protray every varying .... ..
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burn, ci,t", sprains, contracted muscle, -"""\' "--',-' -"'\ \ ; -.',TT",::v-r. T-r- 'r.TT**
. emotion, as the "soul" of the Ludwig. elc. T. S. Orahaiu, Prairie Grope, AlL! :. ...:. i

write: "I vvi-hto thank yon for the 1 --FOR-- '
rood results I received from Snow Lini-
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A r I>m after others: had failed bold bj;
.: "f Ked Cross l'harmat'Y.
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,: ; Ne\' rnljd >I..oltIuK Bird InvitationsAnnouncements
The Poe honey eater is one of the
: :- commonest and at the same time handsomest -
: Music House Zealand birds The
of the New 11 E
iuik is ornamented with a frill of curly
;.5 : feather of a rel'lIi1'b color with white
centerand the throat is adorned with VISITING CARDS 4
f a tuft of white feathers which has I 1 il
of and all kinds of ,4
.tJ --: gained fur it the popular name "par. t
:;. son bird," an appellation appropriate
.. ;:;: :. Ffi"' 'I: a I not only l>ecauMJ of this decoration,hut ) FASHIONABLE STATIONERYAddress
1 : because of the resemblance of its peculiar
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: attitudes when singing to the

; OF SEA ROUTESI_ ant:;cstie lecturers thong when indulged wishing in br to esuln-r drive. l THE H. & W. B. DREW CO. I[

QUEEN home their points. The bird I N an 01cellent -

nunm and can lie taught to re __
; heat short sen femes with extraordma ii 1 JACKSONVILLE i iI
ry clearness and aKo to whistle short
song; '; quite as well as a parrot

,- Merchants & Miners Trans. Co's His Dear Old Mother 1 I KODAKS AND SUPPLIES 13

STEAMSHIP LINES "My dear old mother, who iu i now \......-------. -. ..- .........----, .
c, ) ei.:ht* three years old, thrive, on KIi-c-:! i.j_',;_} ,-", i,_...)...;. l.J _'_:,,J.- .',_-.J\. -!':.,..,.:
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: Dublin, Ga. "Mie has Liken them for
T : SAVANNAH about twoears and erjian et'lieappetite
.. Do You Want to Know All About the
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t. -Direct Connections for- That' the way Electric Bitters atlei the

r."',: New York and Boston.Tkiwh a l'tl. and the same harpy re''uits f..ll.,\kin EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? .

;; Washington, all case*of femalet'akne s and I Lt'n.el"31 -
debihtvVeak children too
; puny Especially retarding; ; Fnut << \: tickets onSEND sale at lu.incillallmints.r'omlllmliltiOl1l are greatly strengthened by them. Onantenl General Farming? If so.subtintje: tor tt e...........
.\ ; aud cuisine un arpassed. also for!.tomach, 1 liver and kidney
.; FOR BOOKLET. troubles bj Reel Cross Pharmacy "A1. .

,, H. C. A VERY, Com'i Agent, Jacksonville.J. bean tfle 119; Kind You Nay usars buu lttd IS'CED ONCE MONTH. VMPLL COPY FRI-:E.

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".:r, }" -_ t"8 "- .'. THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY APRIL 5, 1907 I
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s f" 'F2ANK'LlPP-P ctk 1 Shoemaker. forty the pleasure of an invitation to take I i JAilis PBTTCHAED.President. 'W..)[.BROWS,VieePreaidenLIndian
-i/io, Wf? .'* years experience; all kind of repairing I WINSTON 8. .
pj* ..-.done,sice aad cheap; also ladies'and men's a seat and await his return, tendered I I
'>'J".I ,'- ".'','shoe made to order .by the fair type sticker in charge of I We Trust r ie '.i

; the composing room. We understandnow River Bank
? LATEST COUNTY why the sheet is so bright. I

:. : '' E. W. Wallace, wife and daughter DoctorsIf

.ft. :i' MS I NOTES Lucfle and Capt. Sommers and wife'left I COUNTY :D EPCSITCRY J

on the Maine for the north Mon- Authorized Capital, 1100,000; Paid.tip Capital, $25,000; Average Deposits, $200,000 f:

;3 :." ': [' LlttIe'.Hlp enIngs: That Help to Male day. Capt. Sommers will take the you are suffering from TRANSACTS A .

.. boat to Brunswick, to be shipped by
impure blood.thin blood, debility General Business
{ Up the Weekly leispaper Banking
.,,t... : :, steamship to New York. The run to nervousness, exhaus- 'i ,
\: New Smyrna was through heavy seas
..,. :. : < COCOA but was made without trouble.Out tion, you should begin at once LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER .tI

We had splendid rains on Sunday with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated.
Prompt serviette. polite treatment and every favor consistent
z 4 and Monday and vegetation looks of Sight Sarsaparilla you have knownall with conservative tanking granted

J much refreshed. "Out of sight oat of mind," is an old your life. Your doctor CORRESPONDENTS: -

:t : Mr. J. P. Mitchell has purchased saying which applies with special force knows it,too. Ask him about it. Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, New York Cit; The Atlantic National Bank I

=- + .' the fine river front lot adjoining his to a sore, born or wound that's bt>entreated Lnhs' t ire I* dally art!on of the boweli of Jacksonville!' Jacksonville, Florida ,
'= with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's po..nll products mre-Absorbed Causing beau-
home the south. .and thusprereeting
on ache biliuDsnexit.nausea dyspepsia
ontof sight, out of mind and out of ex the Sxr.epthle *r :,t$ 'Capt. Fred Fischer has a well driving work. Avers Pills are brer pill*. Act gently
Piles and
istence. too, {chilblains disap- all ye-eti6ble.
., i;.. outfit and will put down artesian under its healing influence Goat.anteed .
pear J.C.Ayer Co-.b owen.lCsss. L. BRADY & BRO. I II
': wells for the orange'growers in our by Red Cross Pharmacy. 25c. w manufacturers of ,
; LI
.... f -'x. Miss Lilla Sanders Is visiting in St. GEORGIANACapt. ors CHEWY AT.'E ctRE.PECTOZAL.JUSTS Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.t ;

'. <., '-. Augustine this week, enjoying the Rogero informs us that he w.fomu.a" no.secrets of a:1 oar t X7e me4 publishthe cmeLNorwich We handle: produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively + '
-'f.$ celebration.Mr. will in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write ns for price OB
\ Ponce de Leon run only times week af-
i) "" -, a Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L.BEADY& BRO.,TITV8VILI.E.FLA. .
1;. W. Abney of Leesburg is visiting ter this, Tuesdays, Thursdays and j

-_; :j-:" { '- Mrs. A. Abney of City Point. Saturdays, which puts things all N. Y., was in Eau Gallie
for the school with of friends last week. S.J.N"c'rc:1T: :
f Mr. Abney was a visitor in town on wrong children again. a party 9

'7t i- Wednesday.Mr. :Mr. Simmons and Mr. Odell have The Crescent, of the Fla. Fish & Staple and Fancy Groceries Hay, Produce:I' olflallnKindg i f p

J. Pritchett, of Titusville was been catching some big bass in Ba- Produce Co's. fleet of boats, arrivedin ,

t ; weather bound here several, days this nana river the past week. Eau Gallie on Sunday for the VEGETABLES SP ECI.ilLTJri."tu.svj.llo. : !

week with the speed boat Friday 13. Miss Mary Wittfeld gave a beach summer fishing.
I : Flori.da.
4: x Messrs. Geo. Chester and S. Lee party in honor of her friend, Miss Mr.and Mrs.J. A. Carr and family

are cruising to the southward in Mr. Emily Lyman, last Saturday. Mr. leave for Charleston. Va., early J. LOK1LLAED. JR. LEON: S. WILSON / ( "

;r .. F. Humphrey's large sailboat. Leslie Bennett came down from pext week. Mr. Carr has a lovely i

C. R. Tartar, Theo. Travis and a Rockledge and took the party round home on our harbor and also a fast LORILLARD BOAT CO.
x the island to Oceanus in the Gem. 4
party are enjoying an outing at Cocoa launch. Titusville. Florida ,
They came home by moonlight.The .
Beach. The union picnic on Saturday last Engines Installed and Repaired by Expert Gasoline EngineersAgents

.: Mr.and Mrs. A. E. Robinson and Hall boat took a party of to Oceanus brought out a large for Termaat& :Monahaa motors. Moore motors, Hartford motors,
Miss Head left on Monday for Atlanta. twenty-two over to the beach last crowd and the river presented an and District Agents for the Lathrop motorAgents
Saturday to join the K. M. I. picnic.
A number of their friends were animated appearance with the fleet
for theOri@nal
Everyone reported fine time.
at the station to them off. a
see of loaded vessels, all making for the

r Mr. John Fiske is enjoying a new The heavy rain and cold weatheron Banana river. The day was a per- 1S t7 T & M Reversible
Monday and Tuesday were very
Cadillac automobile.Miss fect one and was thoroughly enjoyedby .
f Ethel Wells who taught the welcome at Georgiana, though we all. Not an accident occurred to
have suffered less here from drouth
Mims school is visiting relatives in I mar the day's pleasure. The party
than almost any other place near, returned to Eau Gallie about 5 m. Thoroughly covered by patent '
Cocoa. Miss Ethel will attend Stet J ,
but it is have ---- ---
I good to plenty of cistern -
son university the balance of the water once more. Col. Fowler and Major McGowanwill The Engine that Runs Without Repairs
: term. house their launches at the

Mr. and Mrs. Simple and family Guy Munson went to Cocoa on K. M. I. quarters till next season. These motors are safe and reliable and 1
Wednesday to finish work
& leave on Friday for their home up some
in Pittsburg, Pa. for Mr. Clement. The high winds of Monday and can foe operated by alcohol or kerosene r

t; q, 0. K. Key made a trip to Orlando Miss Hattie Bower came over from .Tuesday citrus trees.caused a loss of bloom to our with as good results as by using ga ollneMARINE

; to buy mules for his livery. He had Rockledge to attend the beach party : :Et.AXL'V'V Y

w them driven across the country to Saturday.The The plant of the Eddins Manufacturing Careful attention given to

this place. storm broke a large branch Company, at Gainesville, was LAUNCHES STORED FOR THE SUMMER

\. The rush of the tourist season is from the shade west of the badly damaged by fire Tuesday morn _

about over, but our merchants are Munson cottage and stripped a good ing. The main building of the plant, NEW CASH GROCERY STOREA

doing more business than usual at many young leaves from oak trees contained a great deal of valuable / I
this mangoes and avocado pears, but no machinery and a large quantity of
season. serious damage done. sash, doors, blinds and general cabinet FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
Monday and Tuesday the river was was fixtures. HAY, GRAIN, FREsH FRrirS AND VEGETABLES
so rough that only the boats that Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Lee left for We buy as low as possible and sell for cash; therefore sell the cheapest.
r Kansas City this week, but hope to A Criminal Attackon Look over our stock and get our prices before buying.
a were obliged to go were out. Corner Main and Hopkins Streets
# return in the fall and bring their an inoffensive citizen is frequentlymade
S Mr. Claude McCandless, who is and G. :EI:. HEATH: cte; OO.,
daughter little grandson with in that apparently useless little
teaching the Georgiana school, was .
them. called the "Appendix. It's generally
i in town Tuesday. .1
the result of protracted constipation,
Brother Hawk was unable to
1 t Easter services at the Episcopal pro- following: liver torpor. Dr. Kind's New ; VICTOR
cure a substitute last Sunday and so ij'
church well attended. There Life Pills the liver
were regulate prevent'appendicitis '
was an excellent sermon by Rev. was obliged to go to Eau Gallie him- and establish regular lialiii of 1t'J' Talking Machines Supplies and '
self. Thus ,
-, Milledge Walker and the full servicewas Georgiana not the towels. 25c. at Red Cross Pharmacy 0 'I
rendered by the choir. have an Easter sermon. Quite a 5" Records sold by the
number attended service at Cocoaon
Miss Lillie Underwood, who has that ENNIS & FORT
been assisting Capt. Schoonmaker in 5iSi! 5i' = ;5: -S
the postoffice, returned to her home Sick headache results: froiii a derange- Blacksmithing and Repair Work .,,_ ,3 M..terL golf.. I TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA

near Hendersonville, N. C., stoppingover ment of the stomach and is cured by -,.... 5i5iI5iSi!
at Waycross, Ga., en route.ROCKLEDGE Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
L lets. Sold by all drujrfrNti and medicine TITUSVILLE, FLA.
dealers. Wagons made and rriaired. Horse Shoeing
-- -- a sjKi-Ulty. Work from any j>art of Indian .
t Did you see the orange trees brace River or anywhere in the county will receive M" 'f Z 'T-k:4r.1ii'-io.: :
up and take notice EAU GALLIE oar careful attention. Wefrtaml the freightone
Cooler way and guarantee to give you satisfact 500 Barrels will be received in the next
Mr. E. B. Wager, of Titusville, weather and showers this 'on. Send us your work.

was in Rockledge on Monday. week. -- 60 days. Costs a little more than other cement -

i Mr. A. Graham and children visit- High wind and rain on Mondayand Impend a Pleasant but is better. .
ed Cdcoa Beach last week. Tuesday last. damage so far

r Mrs. L. Pettee, Miss Ethel and in our harbor. Ia1f dear EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO..

left for The K. M. I. leaves today (Friday)
Master George on Tuesday
Dealers in Lnmbei and Builders' :\Iah.rial.
their home in New York. for Lyndon, Ky., via special train. .r
A large number of guests viewed Eau Gallie, Florida.
Some of our winter residents have lit
gone north, but the majority will the last dress parade of the cadetson

stay until about May 1st. Sunday.Mr. 1111111111111"III"'IIIII'IIIIIIIII'llr'llllllrrThe" .. I{ 1\ .. f1111 ".111\ II II" II I{ f 1\ II If f. 1\ .11\ IT 1\ Ii, II 1\ II If f\ II f\ (,

Mr. Ruan Rembert, a Beau Brum- and Mrs. Horner, of t Olean,
N. Y. left this week for their
- northern -
,, mel from up the river, was prospect-
ing in Rockledge last Sunday. home. looking ever the HENRY BOSCH COMPANY Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hopkins WALL PAPER samples at your
Miss Mildred Van Deman left for are own home-sitting comfortably in your
the north Monday to put the homein I now settled in the Harrison cottagefor that easy chair! You can make a better selection*
way than by ransacking the store
readiness for the rest of the fam- the balance of this winter season. Yo. tee the .1&01. lu>_the very latest MACHINE SHOPS
detic&s-the loveliest tints and richest
ily who will leave soon. Capt. Bennett has a good vegeta- color effect,includingimported pattern
ble garden for the and Everything good in wall in
Mrs. Mary J. Lowrie and Miss season is add- Bosch lute. paper the lr

Maggie have closed their cosy home ing to it daily. New It',York-Chicazo economy too-yon prices.. get the lowest ;: Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'

; and departed for their summer homeat The Misses DuBose, of Melbourne, Will call with Boech Samples-
anT hour you name. Look
Bennington, Vt. were calling upon friends in Eau them over to your heart's coo-
' Gallie last week. These ladies tent not the leaat obligation to HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
are .
bay. It's -
The New Rockledge hotel closed our way of ad ex- ,
from Monteagle, Tenn. tiring the Loch WaIl Papen.
last week after a prosperous and *

profitable season. Mr. Shares and Capt. and Mrs. Symmonds left for Agricultural Implements

family \\illleave next week for New Kenosha, Wis., last week, after V. W. ELDRED .

housing their boat in Eau Gallie's
York. The Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator SANFORD FLORIDA.y."y'y.wm.Y.'YM"'W.YMw..Y..wm
We called to see the editor of THE harbor. The captain is amember of ,

c .. STAR the other day, but found him the Eau Gallie Yacht club.D. Scrimgeour Building

missing. We had to deny ourself B. Holmes, of Georgiana and TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA \.. ;

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