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 12, 1907


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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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.; XXVII NO. 51
Not for Ourselves Alone, Bqt for tl Good of Others Also.

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cordially invite you to call

Rotes to Events and examine the handsome new Personal About People that I Bargains ia Every Department
Pungent Pertaining .spring styles for 1907. Paragraphs Something About the People of Titos-

1!, Tnnsplr1ag.About Toed Just in; fresh from the makers; Traiel Here and:There I :MONDAY, APRIL 15,1907. Title as They Come and Go ;
they have been carefully tailoredto White Japanese silk, imported
New Victor records for April at our special order from the A fine baby girl arrived at the I from Japan, especially good for shirtwaists Mr. Geo. E. Pritchett is away attending -
; Indian River Music House. most approved designs and all home of Mr. Leon Wilson last week. 22 inches wide, special 29 to business matters until the :

; Go to Branning's for your straw are of a style and attractivenessnever You should see the beautiful line cents per yard. 27th inst. ; ;
before seen in ready-to- Black taffeta 36 inches wide,
r'd hat, the latest line shown in this city.;t wear clothes for men. Now is of summer suits, Schloss Bros.make, yard guaranteed, worth $1,50,every:Monday An extended writeup of the picnic ;

50 cents to $3.00. the time to look them over, while now on exhibition at Branning's.Miss only, $1.00 per yard held Wednesday at Pike Lake will i '

Miss Ruth Boye left last Fridayfor the stock is complete. Mary Carruthers returned i White India, linon, excellent quality appear in THE STAR next week.

Apopka, where she will visit her WINSTON S. BRANNING home yesterday from a visit of several -I:Monday, 32 inches only,wide 10 cents, worth per yard.15 cents, ,. Mrs. J. Sondergaarde, of Perth

F friend, Miss Ethel ffickson,for a few I Titusville, Florida. weeks with friends in Orlando. White madras, especially good for Amboy, N. J., arrived this week on : '

weeks. I Capt. H. Beneeke carried the mailto shirt waists or shirt waist suits, in a visit to Capt.P. Nelson and family. }
.. Important Real Estate Changes endless variety of
figures there is
Some of bean are I Artesia Saturday while Capt. i i Mr. J. L.
; our growers Several important real estate not a yard that is worth less than 40''f Mobley returned from H"
feeling well pleased with returns of I properties very have changed hands in Ti Fischer had the mail boat hauled out or 50 cents,you may have your choice the Florida keys last week and will : *.
$5.00 for beans shipped to New York I on the ways.Summer for 25 cents. .. probably spend the summer in Titus:
tusville within tha few days that
t last week. I past schedule went into effect White nainsook,worth 25 cents per ;ville. '
bode a great deal for the future yard, 36 inches wide, special 15 cents
Mr. C. L. Berge and family leave Tuesday. Condensed time card of MissZandie Stewart attended the
welfare and prosperity of our town. per yard Monday only.
Monday for New Smyrna, where The largest amount of land that! trains on the main line will be foundon White nainsook in stripes and Ponce de Leon celebration in St. Augustine 1

they will spend a month before re- has been transferred was that sold page 5 this week. checks, 34 inches wide, especially last week, and was the guest l ,

'" .returning north. by Capt. Jas. Pritchard: to the Titus- Mrs. J. H. Hogan and her sister, i' good cents;for Monday shirt waist only suits, 15 ,cents worth per 25 of Mrs. R. E. Brown. : -

Mrs. M. E. Webber received a telegram ville Lumber company, consisting of Miss Mary Scheffier, of Artesia, left yard. Lorillard Boat Works has provided 1 .

yesterday from Jacksonville about 48 acres of land at the south Sunday for Rockaway Beach, Long Black mohair brilliantine,52 inches a hoisting engine for pulling out

announcing the arrival of her grandson line of the town limits near the railroad Island.. where they- will spend- the wide, worth 75 cents per yard, Mon- boats at their marine railway, a two ; "

!' Charles Lambdin Webber. for the operating of the company's summerwith their sister, Mrs. Gerry day Navy only blue, 59 cents.brilliantine, 44 inches I cycle Grant-Ferris motor doing the ; #
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,. '. items arrived this week work quickly and effectively. i
F Georgiana large lumber mill, which is wide, also worth 75 cents, you may
just as the forms are being made up expected to cut some 50,000 feet of Messrs. N. O. Penney and F. C. have it also for 59 cents. Cement walks in front of Titusi i '

t ; to go to press-too late for this issue lumber per day. Gifford, of Vero, the automobile experts Black voile, will make an excellent yule residences is the order of the '

but will appear next week. Last week also consummated the of St. Lucie county, paid THE dress[ $1.19 skirt per, worth yard.Embroidery .$1.75, Monday only day, and Mr. S. N. Gladwin is one of

Mr. D. L. Palmer, division superintendent deal between Julius v Kline and the STAR office a pleasant call Wednesday flouncing, 26 inches the latest to put down cement sidei i

of, the International Correspondence Indian River State bank wherebyMr. on their way to visit Capt. N. N. wide, worth 98 cents, special 65 cents walk in front of his property corner '

I Schools, was in town Kline not only becomes the Penney, at Nathan,'yesterday.Mrs. per yard. Julia and Palm street.
insertion 6 inches in
;' Tuesday and gave THE STAR office- & owner of the store he has occupiedfor T. Blake Walker, of Jackson- width especially good for shirtwaist Mr. F. S. Battle, from Brockton, '

short call. so many years but also purchases sonville, arrived here the first of this trimming, worth 35 cents for 25 Ga., who is interested in the saw mill ;

Mr. A. T. Rossiter and son, Kent, the store adjoining him on i week on a visit to her father and cents per yard. business being started up hereby the .
'. who are among the most successful the north, now occupied as a gents' 'mother, Capt. and Mrs. Jas. Pritch- Boys' knee pants, good hard finished Titusville Lumber Co., has rented

,.. ;! ... .celery growers'of Sanford,spent last furnishing store by Mr. W. S. Bran- ard, accompanied by her friend,Miss best tailors worsteds in ,that made line by, sizes one of 3s the to the Duren cottage, on Julia street, I

, '" Sunday at ralmnurst With Mr.. and ning. This is Mr. Kline's first real Lucy Thomas, of New' York, who 16s, special price 50 cents per pair, and'is now occupying the same. ; I
'''' Mrs. KruIder.i' estate investment in town and he is was a visitor in Titusville some years same in black thibet and navy blue. The largest stock of shoes shownon
to be congratulated securingthis Ladies' hose in black, tan
upon ago. Mrs. Walker and Miss Thomas gauze
Postmaster took leave oft of Florida
Taylor east coast at Branning'sfor
and white the well known Lord&Taylor's
as it places him in ,
property position to return to Jacksonville to
k his office duties Tuesday for a ten expect brand, and I tell you they men, women and children, in the
to maintain the splendid business
_ day's recreation and outing upon the day.Mr. are all right, special 25 cents per Edwin Clapp, Crossett, Queen Quality -
f Banana river. During his absence he has built up here and also and Mrs. J. F. Mitchell, of pair, all sizes. and Irving Drew makes, all the

; Mrs. Scrimgeour, principal assistant, shows on his part that he has great Cocoa, were in Titusville Tuesday of Mail the above orders goods.promptly filled. on any latest cuts, every pair guaranteed. ;.
confidence in
t.. will be assisted by Miss Brown, who mercial and business a com- afternoon. Mr. Mitchell was here JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. County Treasurer John Henry has ;

returned to Titusville the first part attending to the transfer of title of: 'Phone No. 8. been investing some of his surplus
This of does
change not
of this week for a short stay. property the Bishop property in Cocoa to its wealth in Titusville property and has
affect Mr. Branning's business interests Small Fire in Town
new owner, Mr. Chittenden, of Detroit
purchased the lots Palm
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Branning re- i on street
in the least which will be
Mich., while, Mrs. Mitchell The fire alarm was given Monday
; turned last Thursday from Palm continued the stand Mr. north of the Baptist church and ex-
'- Beach, where Mr. Branning was sta- at same visited with relatives and friends. about 5 o'clock by the electric light tending to Main street from Mr.
for the tourist Branning now renting from :Mr. THE STAR acknowledges receipt ofa : station and quick response was madeas t
tion agent season, resuming Kline instead of the bank. Emerson, of New York.
his former sta- pleasant call from them. a column of black smoke was seen
position as Next the sale of the Florida Geo. of is i
comes Gingras, Rockledge, rebuilding -
curling in that direction. A
tion at this with Mr. up
agent place
Extract Works to Fenton A. Spencer, the launch Comfort, owned
Y Bills
:, P. H. Wright as ,assistant, and Mr. by Representative Jones small building just a few steps north-
consisting of the plant and about by W. P. Clement, lengthening the
On Tuesday Representative W. H. east of the electric light station had
Thos. DeCourcey as night operator.
four of land in the of hull that the will have about
corner Jones introduced bill in the house so owner
a caught afire in the shingle roof, pre
Y track the Sanford branch. feet "Comfort" than be- i
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS SHOES on appropriating $300 for the recoveryof sumably from a spark from the eight more
> Elastic sectional blink cages the body of Tom Tiger, the Sem- fore. Mr. Gingras has plenty of ; ..
smoke stack of the station, thewind
I HAWKES eve glasfcra, sjiwtarlesHouse Residence For Sale inole chief; also a bill authorizing a as work ahead for the summer.
and beat paint, PARIANEdifOii two-mill road tax in Brevard; also was blowing directly from the ,(
The Fulton home in South Titus- 1t.
and dry batten and several bills relating to concealed power house to the ignited building. Mrs. Johnson, of Cocoa, sustained 4
ville five and
containing attic.
supplies for the Edi. !an rooms
dislocation of ankle and i
weapons. Several of the recently purchasedhand a severe
Apply to Mrs. C. Fulton Titusville.
Persian lawn 23 rents and India linon bruises about the and at
hips body
Clfa, .\. Gardner 'Phone 54 Corr fire extinguishers were quickly
Rockdale Tuesday, by being thrown
Forest Fire brought in play, but were ineffective from a runaway wagon, where she
Church Notes Two weeks ago THE STAR published though the flames small her Mrs. C. A.
Tuesday afternoon of this week, even were ,was visiting daughter, :
-. <; Rev. McNary holds his last servicein during a very high wind, fire broke Rockledge an item, was that in Salmon under, the of !when first discovered, and the building Willard. Mrs. Johnson is 75 years

the Presbyterian church Sunday out west of the southern part of impression he was to serve on the I was soon burnt to the ground. old. ,

at 7:30 in the evening. Titusville. Owing to the wind the jury, but his name was not on the The building had been used by I An attractive street sign was .. t

Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at fire alarm was not heard up town. list. The reporter was misinformed. I Mr. S. J. Norton as a stable in which i iI placed at the entrance to Palmhurst ;

t"" Indianola on Sunday, April 14th, at The colored people, men and impression.Mr. Salmon:; was He not was here drawn under as an a to keep his calf. The animal, however -II III i i last transients week,who which visit is our easily town.noted ; .5

.3' 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. women, turned out en mass, and by juror and summoned as such by I'I was taken out in time to save I C. A. Krulder, who has rented Palm- ;

) .. Preaching by the pastor at the their heroic efforts the fire was ar- Sheriff Brown. We feel that this it. ,. hurst, conducts a first class boarding ,
Methodist church, Titusville, next rested.It correction is due Mr. Salmon. I'I Luckily buildings were in immi- ':I'house and her patrons always "come i z

1 Sunday, Apr. 14th, at 11 a. m. and is certain that had the wind nent danger except the workshop of again. ;

_. 7:30 p. m. There'will be preaching driven the fire to the buildings, aU Indian River State Bank Statement I IF. N. Hitchcock, near the city dock, !I I Mr. Watson Introduces Bill

t at Mims in the afternoon at 3:30 South Titusville might have been i in Condition of. Indian River State the old Lund cottage, on the '; 1 i

j o'clock. Sunday school at 10 a. m. ashes,and the colored Baptist church Bank, of Titusville 9th Fla., at close of i I river bank, and as a precaution these ', county Representative, has introduced Watson a,bill of in Dade the i
business 1907.

at LaGrange Sunday at 11 a. m. and barely escaped. RESOURCESLoans {I The burnt building was on the 95. requiring license tax from nonresidents !
This notice of courageous action is Lund property and was nothing more for catching and dealing in ;
I All invited to attend. and $ 61,20..28'C
7:30 are discounts
p. I
due colored friends. : than fire like
several other
our a trap,
and fish. The full text of the bill will j
city warrants 1,070.82
Subject in the morning, God's prom- A. BRADY- I small outbuildings which should have
: Stocks and bonds 19,300.00 ; be awaited with interest by the several i
ises and what they do for us. Eve been condemned and destroyed long
Banking house, furnitureand i j l fish dealers and exporters here.A .
j' ning subject, the resurrected life. I K1in 's Specials in Clothing; and fixtures 9,238.06 !, ago other, as they are a constant menace .! ----- - i
Father Curley, of DeLand, will be I Gent's Furnishing Department Real estate owned 1:>,.1&1.20 buildings.. Southern Game Preserve z
; here to conduct usual monthly service I know you are in need of a suit. Suspense Current expenses account 2241.81 3794.82 FOR SALE CUE.'" t OR CASH. !i Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo N. Y., i

for the Catholics of Titusville on I We have ever soi many shades and Cash on hand and in banks 91579.55 : About SS acres of good high:. land ou : has recently purchased St. Vincent
Sunday, Apr. 14th. Sunday school weaves to select from. We can please -- -- |the east or ocean side of the Indian river Island near Appalachicola! Fla.,
.. at 4 Evening prayers and instruction every taste except bad taste. Better $203,896.54 at the Narrows, described as follows: Lot ,. which i is reported as by far the best
p.m. let us sell you one. I know we can I No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section game preserve anywhere on the gulf W
.. on the "real presence of please you. Prices more than rightwe LIABILITIES :36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. coast. It contains nearly 12,000 ; t
: Jesus in the holy Eucharist plainly assure you. Capital stock paid in S 25,000.00!cated.This hnd foi i*fnrttier animprovpd twit finely lo- acres and is penetrated by numerous ;
taught in the Bible, at 7:30. Holy JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. Earnings account 3,422.46 i particulars; E. M. Lew, bayous and has on it a number of :
- mass on Monday morning at 7 a. m. 'Phone No. 8. Deposits 175,474.08 { Brockton }I&!?. 'fresh water lakes, which are frequented ;
-------- by many ducks, including
cordial invitation is extended to I
OCR RCTAIB SHOP $203,896.54Dress I I Praying I the canvasback. Wild geese also ;
all. e Sand for to abound there. Deer are abundant, ;
yonr guns repairs Henry Parlors Drayin; or hauling of all kinds promptly
'.. Call at' Tit nille Livery, at rear of Benecke. All work thoroughly done. Making I attended to. Meets all truing. stove, 1 and there are estimated to be 500 "
Bobbins' law office, for stylish rigs. Guns loose in the breech tightened equal Mrs. C. A. Kralder baa opened dressmaking wood for sale at all times. wild hogs, and more than 100 bead] ; 1
Leave year orders for hauling, both don- tone*. also guns stocked and shotguns parlors in THE STAR building, I II. t:. Hot TO!', 'of wild cattle on the islandall aswild :
: ; tle and single. J. M.' Osban, proprietor laboredetc. H. Benecke, Titusville, Fla. ground floor. Trimming hats a specialty. I TitosuIIe, Fla. } as> the deer. t
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p .-' I INDUSTRIAL I Increased cost of tiring, for which their This would bring Lake Albert Ed- Will I I ICure You. .
ward, which was named for King Edward -
present wages are Inadequate.
The liver la the maln- ring for the whole body. To expect
companies are firm in 'their refusal to when he was Prince of Wales good health the liver in order. do BO .
art_ Replica of Central Wreck. one must keep good To ;
,- grant the demands. The strike is ty- .under Belgian jurisdiction. King Leo- a regulator la needed. tlerbine will put your liver in the condition r
Central officials ;
With :New York
1 log up the ships of all the lines affected.SOCIOLOGICAL pold is not disposed to make any con- it should be and you will hot suffer from headaches.
:- aboard a train the exact counterpart
cessions in view of recent English at-

",..'.-: of the Brewster express which was tacks upon his Kongo policy. It is A POSITIVE CURE :

wrecked on the Harlem branch Feb. I r 1 i expected that the mountains and water -
"_ 1& killing twenty-four' and Injuring
courses will be renamed. The pres- FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND JI

as '.,_ ,tiT persons and with the same motorman Stead Would Avert War. ent geography of the section was based FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA !
at the controller was run over Inaccurate of certain .
William T. Stead, the famous Eng- upon surveys ex- AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS 3'
'i 'the same curve where the wreck oc plorers who had little knowledge of ;
lish has arrived in this .
editor recently
curred. This was done to try to throw scientific
some light on the cause of the disaster country where he expects to make a surveying.
., Clemeneeau Denies Charges. Has Done A World Of Good. I
'and the test train was run past thee stay of several weeks partly for the ,
of Premier Clemenceau of France made !
the conference
attending -
danger point at speeds varying from purpose peace Mrs. C. D. Philley, Marble Falls, Texas writes: >4I have
..' New York In formal denial of the chargesin
at 16 and 17. Figaro's
?4 forty to seventy miles an hour. To April used Herbine and find it the best liver corrective I hive ever -
duplicate the weight of the passen- a newspaper Interview Mr. Stead expressed connection with the papers seizin tried. It done my family as well as myself a worldof good, '

:* gers sandbags were used. The only himself as strongly in favor from the papal nuncio. Montagnint. and I recommend it to all my friends. I never euirar from
of the saying that he never sent a messengerto "
united action of Great Britain ; headaches
-, change in the bed since the wreck was anymore. ,
the double spiking of the outer rails. and the United States in the cuing I Rome and that he had had no dealings sac WILL BUY IT.
Tairne tnwunlment whatever with the pope's emis- _
conference didrtrul-- i = | .
St. Louis Brewery Strike. and the promotion of 'internaional I 1 sarles. He intimates that full publication -

The big breweries of St. Louis were amity. lie particularly urged of the papers will throw a new Ballard Snow Liniment Co. :.
1r 3 obliged to curtail their output on account the carrying Into effect of article 8, light on the situation. lie declares N. Second St. ST. LOUIS MO.
*? of the strike of the workers for which was unanimously recommended that the sum of money which was 500-502 ,

; :; increased wages. The firemen walked by the former conference. This would meant to buy him passed to candidates i

3 out In sympathy with the brewers and treat a dispute between two nations of the Catholic party.

high salaried officials had to be Impressed the same as a dispute between two individuals Ministers War on Douma. Sold and Recommended by t

r Into the service with coal and recommends that before ,
The council of ministers at St. Pe-
shovels. The proprietors notice Red OxossARE Pharmacy
> gave proceeding to hostilities each party tersburg has decided that the govern-
,J that they would declare an shop ---
open should call In special mediator corresponding ment cannot co-operate with the dou- ;
if the men failed to return promptly to second In
a a private
ma. acting upon Premier Stolypln's Initiative -
'' .. but that they were willing to arbitrate duel. who should be allowed a periodof and notwithstanding the ef- P Alar/et

the question of wages. not exceeding thirty days in whichto fort of the douma leaders to act In a Jdal

: B. and 0. Raises Wages. settle the dispute. If such a procedure constitutional manner. In the meantime L

< On April 1 the Baltimore and Ohio had been followed he said neI- It Is reported from the provincesthat EOff/nes

;. railroad made an increase in the ther the South African nor the Russo- the speeches made in the douma ,

wages of Its employees amounting to Japanese war would have broken out have given great Impetus to the revolutionary .

:0 about $3.000,000 a year. President when It did. movement.

Murray, referring to the matter said Warns South of Race Danger. I During one of these speeches' by theSocialist ESPECIALLY ADAPT #w tED

the advance had been so apportioned Speaking before the Atlanta Evan- leader Alainsky, In which FOR SATISFACTORYUSE

as to'reward those employees who had jrelKts association, former Governor the government was charged with bad j'
been most faithful and deserving. lit Northen of Georgia declared that faith In having dissolved the first FLORIDA WATERS .

+ also pointed out that this increase "governmental hell" exists In Georgia douma the Right appealed to Speaker
: made it necessary for the road .to add i so far as the races are concerned. He Golovin to rebuke this Insult! to the Regal Marine Engines .

to its revenues. says there Is an antagonism betweenthe czar. The speaker on the contrary rebuked -

Y "Pennsy" Increases Pensions. I whites and blacks and that where the Rightist; saying that be had Stand for the highest type of
no right to .tlezinsky. who was mechanical skill and t.'
It is reported from Chicago that the the negro Is concerned the white people stop reliability i
They four
reading an ertrac from a foreign jour- are cycle jump ;;
s; are ready to with Ben Tillman,
in addition
J Pennsylvania railroad to spark ignition automobile type. ,; .y a ,10 per cent increase in wages has "To hell with the law!" This spirittie nal. Later the Right left the chamberIn mechanical valves, float feed
a body chargitg; the Socialists with carburetor, enclosed
made arrangements to increase the says, pervades the courts and cites crank case
tl't'3son."hE'reupoU Aleilnsky, emulating steam forged crack shaft and \
pension fund from $390,000 to'$600,000. that to a recent letter addressed to bronzed beano
s. Have the
J Patrick lienr Is said to have ref -
members of the supreme court asking ;
There are now 1,040 men on the com- fewest number working parts
pany's pension list as against 1,810 a If they did not consider lynching nothing plied. "If that be treason make< the consistent with a perfect oper-
most' of it" The arrival of large bodies ating motor and other
year ago. Since-1000 the road has disc less than murder he did not get a many
tributed a total of $2.493.870. an average single; answer. lie had the lame experience of Cossacks and other troops in St exclusne features found only in the Regal,

0 ,. for the seven years of over $ :&- with regard to the sheriffs. Petersburg Thursday brought additional r THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT
.. From a Baptist minister he receivedan nervous tension throughout the city
foreshadowed r fade in three types !*.3 and 5 H. P. single cylinder S 13 H
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Insulting; reply. lie considers
..- every P. double cylinder;30 H. P. four cylinder
Railroad Strike Averted. member of a mob a red handed mur- I. the dissolution the douma. There

,- The long standing dispute between derer, who should be punished. He was also a flood of telegrams addressed from We 6 H.also P.manufacture single cylinder a line to 45 of H heavy P. four, slow cyhnd speed,,wcrkfcy: engines

the western railroads and theorgan- feels that something must be done to to the czar from various con!:ervatlve -

u Izatlons of railway trainmen and rail- prevent society from lapsing into bar organization urging him to dissolve The the many hundreds or Regal engines now in operation throughout '
= way conductors was settled through barhm.:; his sedltbus body." cvuntiy are a guarantee of the satisfaction they ir gi ving.

': ;,- the interstate efforts commerce of Chairman commission Knapp of and the Get a Regal in the Beginning Don't Experiment f

Commissioner Neill of the United FOREIGN I Good Judgment handsome explanatory catalogue mailed free on reqattt

States labor bureau they submittinga I ij the essential iliancterNtic of men and
ti Regal Gasoline *
proposition which proved acceptable woman. Invaluable to good businessmen Engine Co.
Socialists; Against Strikes. I
Y to both sides. Under the terms of and nm -ary to housewives A Cold Water, Michigan
The general strike. was opposed' in
s the agreement the men are to receivean principle almost unanimously by the I woman shows gaud judgment when she
advance in ,wages of 10 per cent, a
congress of I'mii-h Independent Socialists i| buys White's Cream Vermifuge for her
ten hour day in the case of men .
employed ..
at Lyons al I"4<> a resolution was taby The rest worm meili< inee'er offered -- > : i.' _
trains "
on freight and a slight
adopted cmiueitiniii ,; all methods which to mothers. Many, indeed l, are the
in connection with the
concession -
'" 1
..-i ::. service. The men originally could onl\ grin t reprisals. The congress I'sensible mother, who write expressing: --

.. demanded an Increase of i2 per cent sustained the IMJlky of international -, their gratitrile for the g''tlJ l health of THE SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO f
ot workingmen
f ( )"ot ration to
i'f and a nine hour day In communicatIng their children, which they owe to the

the result to President Roosevelt I offset the lutoruationil combination of -e of White's Cream Y rmifJ-;, ,,_ :Vtld THE FARRAND-OECILIAN PIANO
cY 1 Mr. Knapp declared It a distinct trio I" all drugisis.i THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANOA

umph for government medliticm. The Roumanian Uprising Crushed.By -----,-- ,

president rt'pliPd.m greatly pleased means of the most ri:4l"JUi measures For Over Sixty Years

t and heartily congratulate you both." on the part of the government I
I :Mrs. Win lows' Soothing Syrup has
with the whole military force scouring ,
I Low Fares Increase Traffic.It the country and shooting in sight persons '| been used for over sixty years by :millionsof

; It is reported from Nebraska that suspected of connection with the mothers for their children while teething -
t. since the two rent a mile passensjer
peasant riots Houmaiua has been able with perfect succefcs. It soothes the
.k rate went Into effect in that state travel -
to resume an outwanl of i child soften the all
has appearance gums allays pain,
: greatly increased and instead
{ of the service being curtailed as opponents order again |I cures wind colic, an'1 is the best remedy

e l of the measure predicts Anarchist Congress Afield. I I for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor

would have to be done more train rheii from plate tu place by pro little sufferer( immt> iatt'IvId. by drug-

have been put on. hibithp orders! the anarchists of
I Central's Improved Cars. hate at last managed to hold five cents a bottle. Be sue and ask forMrs. t I e +PM p,.. t rNt
their In the fells I
Q, A train of new Oars to be ned by coii-rres open near Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and !
MannheiPi hail 1. triedto
They pre\ usly
the New York Central railroad at the
I tip 10 oti-r kin.l. Guaranteed under
hold their meeting in a hill at that -
New York terminal was run on the experimental :- fond suit June 1f:7Fs ,,
place, but all the .lelvsito were put : the lniE act, Tilth, HI/I1. i' t!
track near Schenectady recently
under arrest and their jiedigrees taken. I t"ri.ll number 1J.1"!
in the presence of a delegationfrom
The c .nn-ss; r\'svln' to form a ----
the state assembly Including I 11
national organization, with m J .
groups O.A.s-r0 n.I.A..
Speaker Wadsworth. The train eonS I
each state and headquarters at P erlin. Iii Kn; You have i\a'lS i
misted of five cars, which were run by : Sean the s Bar.1

electricity. These cars are built on Kaiser's Son to Harvard. I sgaatnrotf:
sanitary principles, with all needles J Emjxror William of Germany !-> said {
decoration and adornment eliminated! to han lecide to send his son. Prince I I {

Tbp Interior aw painted and varnished Oscar. to lIar"arJ1ni"e it)", and thisI "1 b r t

In :very uupU !style but the effeu I regarded a* another step in the

is (\Iea ing. The spats are of rattan kaisers ix,lKy of wooing American '

and ventilating; facilities are .>f the good wilL There Is also a rumor that Tutt'sPills

most modern and approved methods.It this plan has some couuaction with t

was the opinion of the visitors that the prince. matrimonial ambition,

these mn under the management or which was at first frowned upon by

competent crews }would reduce the danger his parents but finally approved upon I This popular remedy never falls to line that meets all demands

of accidents to a minimum. condition of his tint fulfilling certain effectually cure

' Norfolk Longshoremen Strike. educational requirements Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick both as to quality and price

The longshoremen employed by the< English Territory Curtailed. Headache, Biliousness Price from
And DISEASES from Selling $450 to $850Full
Old Dominion Steamship company, the The Royal Geographical society of ALL arising a

Merchants and Miuers' Transportation London announces that an accurate Torpid Liver and :Bad Digestion particulars sent on application

company and the Norfolk and Washington survey of the Mountains of the :Ioon The natural result Is good appetite -- -- -
Steamboat company at XorfoIVVa. in east Africa shows that the greater and MlU flesh. Dose small;elegant*

.. are striking for an increase In pay and more important part of them lie in I ly satar coated and easy to s allow. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE TITUSVILLE

:; from 15; and 20 cents to 20 and 23 cents the- KOHRO Free State or on the Bel Take No Substitute. :.




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r( .s :: :, .::: -: \; 4.Yirr .
New York to have got the
% $: ;- appears on j A
: -- : track of the big men In local politics

i" who have been using their influence to Headache

' xs ,; : protect pool roOmS and other forms of

crime and vice In the metropolis. In |

raiding a pool room on Fulton street
last week which was conducted by F

one Bob Davis.

Jerome's assist- you want relief-in
ant found a safe
full of paperscontaining just a few moments and -

-a records no bad after-effects. .

: '-s-r i r r .x : iFji\6eMoMek of transactfons If so, you have only to it

; :: :.... years for with take, Dr. Allies' Anti-Pain

r names and dates Pills.

.. ,, connected therewith If subject to headache ;
t ,4 Harriman denies that be ever said the the voters will be "eliminated from the Many of "

q r I POLITICAL, I things attributed to him by Sherman. political situation. It is insisted that the names were hare them with you al- '

II Frank W.. Hill the stenographer, was the contest is directly between the. of men well ways. No harm can come ;'
I arrested and locked up. friends and foes of President Roosevelt known In political
Roosevelt-Harriman Sensation. from their use if taken as
I and official ,
The disturbing letter, it appears, was
e There,appeared In the April 2 IssueS
sold to the paper by Harriman's dIs- : life While most directed, as they contain ;
of the New York World the text of a who i= of the refer -
charged stenographer, Frank Hill ; papers no opium chloral mor-
private letter written by E. H. Harriman has been arrested on Harriman's. mo- to transac-
cocaine chloroform
y t the railway magnate, more than Uon.I Senator Grady. tlons that occur- phine, '

a year ago to his intimate friend, Sid- 1 I, On top of an this came the presi- In Philippines.The red several years heroin, alpha and '

' ney Webster of New York containing Sent's startling charge in a talk with president in accordance with ago during the Van Wyck: administration beta eucaine cannabis in- '

a bitter attack upon President Roosevelt the newspaper correspondents that a the Philippine civil government act of the protected pool room has >

; It tells howl\a' week before theo conspiracy is on foot among the big 1902 has issued an order calling for a been operated right up to the time dica or chloral hydrate, or

election of 10W the president had inCited corporation men allied with the Rocke general election for the choice of dele- of the raid, doing business ostensiblyas their derivatives. "

; him to Washington for a conference feller-IIarriman Interests an insurance and real estate office
to capturethe gates to a popular assembly by all the Ask your druggist about
upon state politics and how. havIng next national conventions of both people of the Philippine Islands exceptthe conducted by J. Park Robinson. As a Y

: complied, he was asked by the parties so as to Insure a president un- Moms and non-Christian tribes. matter of fact while the police raiders them. 1

-- president if he would help In raising friendly to the Roosevelt policies. The law provides for this step after a were in possession of the place they "'It gives me great pleasure to b. -. :

the necessary funds to carry the campaign Word of this conspiracy and of a $3.- lapse of two years of general and com- took down abet from a party giving a able fain to Pills refer as the to best the Dr.remedy Miles we Anti-I ave ">

to a successful conclusion. The 000,000 fund with which to buy state plete peace with recognition of the certain telephone number In Albany ever had in our house for the prevention

letter says' further that Harriman suggested delegations is said to have reached the authority of the United States. The which upon Investigation proved to be who and has been cure a of constant headache.sufferer My wife foryears r

t that Depew be appointed am- White House through a statement upper house of the new legislature will that in the residence of Senator Grady. with the above complaint, joins

bassador to .'ranceso as to remove an made by Senator Penrose of Pennsylvania be composed entirely of the Philippine There was an apparent yearly profit me Pain In Pills recommending hoping they Dr.may Miles'fall Anti-into t t

obstacle to harmony in the state and at a recent Washington dinner. commission. The commission has fix- from this gambling concern of $1.798.- the hands of all who suffer. '

'i1 l that to this the president assented. The alleged plan was to get delegates ed the date of the election as July 30. 000. J. I. BUSH, Watenlelt. N. T. ,' a'
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills sold by
the of this under the of Roosevelt third are
? Harriman on strength guise To Refund Government Bonds.A Thaw Declared Sane. your druggist who will guarantee that I ,
L agreement,.wrote that he came back to termers and then throw them to a re- That Thaw is the first package will benefit. If it at Z
., ,, New York and raised $200.000 in a few Hearst said be circular Issued by Secretary Cor- Harry mentally capa- falls, he will return your money.
actionary man. was In bulk. :
ble of advising hIs counsel in the con- 25 doses, 25 cents. Never
the Intention of the
t: ', hours, one=gnarter: from his own pocket In the game to capture the Democratic telyou announces duct of his defense from the state'scharge Miles Medical Co., Elkhart Ind
,' :C,: and the rest from Depew's friends. convention for the same interests. The treasury department to refund $ ,0,- that he murdered Stanford I I I .
I 000,000 of the 4 cent funded loan
a f and that these checks were given by president Is now expected to fight per White was the opinion reached by the ;
;1 Treasurer Bliss to Chairman Cortelyou.It openly for the right to name his suc of 1907. This series originally comprised commission
lunacy appointed the
t -! is intimated that som'e of the money, i cessor. 100OOO.IOO. Of this amount court on motion of District Attorney The Mast Valuable Set of tackt and Boat- i,
redeemed time
,, :. was from life Insurance tunas, and It $25,000,000 was some I Building Books ever PuHiiktd.
Jerome. It
Chicago Republican. ago to relieve the financial situation. was so reported to the I iRUC'CER
belief that' this
.f -
Harriman's contribution
f.., <, was .carried the election for the Frederick A. Busse was elected mayor The remaining $23,000,000: will be redeemed court and this meant that the trial. l

of Chicago as a Republican last after July 2 next. The new must proceed where it had been left
At a later interview Harriman HOW-TO BOOKS
Republicans. to week by 13,121 plurality over the bonds will bear Interest at 2 per cent off. All three members of the commission -
found the unwilling
Democratic: mayor Edward H. Dunne. and till be exchanged for the old ones were.agreed on the main point otThaw's Over yxo boats have been built from the fines
appoint Depew. The letter also toldc I printed in these books-Successfully sailed In 4
of the capability, but Dr. Putzel. the
\ ending
bow Harriman brought Into the on a basis of 3 per cent premium. every clime and upon every sea-Fun detail
was hottest campaigns They ulll run for twenty years. medical expert was Inclined to insist I drawing cull! parts, 5howir.g what it is and 4
R; insurance muddle by Hyde and Ryan wM the Windy City has i{t that Thaw still suffered from certain bow t-)male h-Tat extremely simple.
and refers to Ryan's success as the result Absolves Negro Soldiers. bi
ever known. Koop. j mental disorders. Durln'g the InquiryDr. HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $60
. of moves to cover up his tracks I Two who witnesses 16fonearo.e.tbattnrteo.rt.k.iJ.from..iSIaca .
J: the Socialist candi- 1 captains were Hamilton had testified that Thaw Beep, goat nxu-s Itttl lot a..../1 learn U.bunan is.
advice of the ""adroit" Root. before the senate committee
t, :{ by military
t' date, polled 13.459 was not now $sane but this was con- HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK
)'- ;;, On the same day that this letter was 's c4 votes and Bruba- said they were now convinced that the tradicted by other experts. Thaw him- A fine tact for nfttnoo u.liqr or I nor km* tboot b tng

I published and while it was making a ker Prohibitionist shooting in the streets of rownsville. self was on the stand, and he made a tbosE.-.wr. full p.mi Isb-.saaxrtal.Mweerkadt.o.porrs and putart ot comp ek4 boata ,

t- tremendous''' sensation throughout the 5,875. The real Issue Tex., which was charged against the good impression answering all questions HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP ...,
country President Roosevelt gave toe colored soldiers of the Twenty-fifth infantry I Xact ............r..1 r n_f ....-tne ever dnigopd, s prfemner
was the street Intelligently. H A..etK.iA.i aII4 AaMnlia, CM7 to tw.diai>
statement had been done citizens ..w.tL.HOW .
? the afternoon papers a railway franchise by "tough" 10.
characterizing It as a deliberate" and of the place although there was' TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH

I t.f, Willful untruth adding that by rights ,stood question.for the Busse adoption I' tio positive evidence to that effectLEGALCRIMINAL I COMMERCIAL I nil Simple tvr we and..ila pntrtml gal uotor C.01J'1IZ twvcrU bow otbrc contract plu. tUaad. I

" he1 should use a shorter'and more ugly referendum HOW TO B'JILD A KNOCKABOUT
word. The president bad copies' made by A &M .:I arnanj. main good tIbia( .*Q..
E -> a xi. of a franchise passed I I Son Succeeds J. J. Hill. pier, (uit.Ua tor tui>low wafc-n.
of letters which he had written to -
At a meeting of the Great Northern
chairman of the congressional F. A. Busse. Artrrrrb:tie nine: fco t,wui modems arerkugtu J
city council over .....
railroad board of directors St Paul
campaign committee and to Harriman. Fear Ruef May Be Rescued. at
Mayor Dunne's veto. Dunne was supported HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE: OR SHARPIE
';, His letters to Sherman last October James J. Hill resigned as president and .
by the Hearst papers but Word comes from San Francisco that R*<7totaiJ;tT-r thm#nuichi;just the craft for kko; t
when Hughes and Hearst were candidates Dunne's friends say that Hearst's In- the fear on the part of the prosecutionof was succeededby to be b.i5aerlebaplyetoersooporratrig
for governor of New York state I to rescue Ale Ruef from his son. Louis .
an attempt
dependence league by putting separate Aeomphyede.mpleaof bow to bmld I model;*i*>Ua
told of a conversation with Sherman aldermanic candidates In the field the officer having him In charge Is so W. HIIL TheE rf tiiit and in Mil at mOoels.PRICE .

,f ': In,, which the president was informed caused Democratic disaffection. All great that extremepn cautions are elder Hill remains $1.

: of Harriman's refusal to contribute to the other papers were for Busse. The taken to guard against such an attempt in close PMCPAIO BY CXPMCSS ANYVOHItIlE EACH ; 4

f the campaign fund, Harriman's alleged traction ordinance were approved bya being successful The drawing of the touch with the Bound h cloth-CoM lettering c. pe .
J reason being the president's failure to majority of 33,126.Administration jury was begun. management.howeT't 9 by 12 inches-Large,nearly-drawn plans. I
carry out a promise to appoint Depew Rudolph Fpreckels who is backingthe L- r, by be-
to the French mission as a return for Stands Pat. prosecution in the graft investigation / coming chairman THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. '
the 1JXH At last the president has broken silence t MUKMASTMCCT New You, u. S. A
Harriman's contribution to at San Francisco with his fortune, of the

.; campaign fund. Harriman was quoted after many importunities from has guaranteed a fund of $100.000 or board of direct Gtd'orfa Catalog. of Roots for

: as eayIng that he did not care if I influential financiers and captains of In- more If necessary, and contributions to ors. It bad been Lj'brvj

a: Hearst did win because the Hearst dustry to give the business community"a this fund from other citizens are being 1S understood for

.c, people "were crooks, and he could buy : reassuring word" as to the policy of received c.1aily.R3ilroads some time that 1!

J them," and that whenever he wanted his administration toward the great his place at the

':i< ; legislation from the state legislature railroad and other corporations In the Fight State Laws. I helm would be

a be could buy it; also that he could buy hope of restoring confidence Ills ut- The laws recently enacted by the ': taken by his

t congress and. If necessary, he could terance Is in the form of a letter to the Alabama legislature regulating and N' son. Louis is i

;' buy the Judiciary this being the presi president of the Illinois Manufacturers' limiting railroad rates in that state the son who aft- ERRYSSeeds .

dent's version of what Sherman said association who had recently headeda have been held up temporarily by an er finishing at

# Harriman had told him. The president delegation to the White House to re- injunction secured by the railroad interests Louis W. Hill Tale entered the

quest the president to speak at Springfield from Judge Thomas G. Jones
1 wrote Sherman that reported remark operating department of the Great
I. < of Harriman's "showed a cynl- The Invitation to speak is declined of the United States circuit court Northern and worked his way to the prove their worth at harvest

", clsm and deep seated corruption which on the ground that the president which restrains the enforcement of top. The fact that the state supreme time. After over fifty years of I
could not anything new or different these laws until the question of a permanent success \bey are pronounced I
-r make the man uttering such sentiments say court by unanimous vote had releasedthe ,
and boasting, no matter how from his past official utterances. In injunction can be decided. Hill road from the injunction asked the best and surest by careful '

falsely of his power to perform such other words his attitude toward the Mrs. Eddy's Trustees Appear. against Its proved Issue of $< ,000IK)0) planters everywhere. Your

,crimes at least as undesirable a cltixen necessity of federal control of the corporations In the superior court at Concord N, new stock had much to do with the elder dealer AnnSd sells them. 1907 Seed

as Debs or Moyer or Haywood." had not changed. He makesIt 11_. it was made known that on March Hill's retirement. free on request.
D. X.FLBBY A CO.DctralU Mick.
He added that it Is "because we bate plain that he will ask the next con G last after suit had been begun for Schwab Profits Shrink. It

capitalists capable of uttering such gress to deal with the subject of overcapitalization aii amounting of the estate of Mrs.
The annual report of the Bethlehem 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE
sentiments and capable of acting on but indicates that existing :Mary Baker <;. Eddy head of the
nratie'Jl shows
Steel ( a large fall-
them that there Is strength behind sinister stock and bond issues will not be Christian Science church by her son. 'OIl
big: off in profits aid to be due to
agitators of the Hearst type" and disturbed. Nor does there appear to GeurgeV.. Glover and two other relatives -
the San Francisco earthquake and to
said that the wealthy corruptionist and be any Intention of forcing a physical Mr*. Eddy had appointed three losses on sroeminent contract Tin

the demagogue who excites class valuation of railway properties.Bryan's trustees to whom her entire propertywas
profits were $l.&Uiri.t: against $3.4GS,-
alike and "equally enemies turned her borne !
against class are Change of Views.In over except SOi the-- previous year. The dividend
of the republic." a letter to Henry M. Whitney of I Pleasant' pew, ana me control of two on the preferred btock was: minced r
In connection with the Sherman letter Boston W. J, Bryan gives; his views on I tenements in c.>ston. Thc trustees from 7 to 1 per cent. President S
the president'made public also his railroad supervision, showing a changeIn are Henry M Baker of Bow.: N. II., was re-elected and he retains a ma COPYRIGHTS Ac I

correspondence: with Harriman. In the his original attitude on the subject. Josiah E. .Fernalil president of the jority of the stock. Quickly Anyone ascertain sending our a sketch opinion and free description whether may an 1.:
course of which he spoke of his desireto The Nebraskan still believes in federal National State Capital bank of Con- mention is probably patentable. Communte y
bolt against Illgrfn and Archibnld McLellan of Buss tiouaatradlyconadentlai. Handbook on Patent*
overcome the and state owuer-hlp. but does not sent free. Olden a envy for secunngpat nts.
if Harriman did not ton 'Ihntuch their roundel General Patenu taken thronen Mann & Ca receive
that J
wrote for that It
and think the people<< are ready special notice,wtthout ehai e.In the
think it wise to come to see him, Im Is not an immediate issue. such as goemment \- Trank S, Mrcelrr. tb.'y moved for Mica Axle iii;

was reluctant to refuse because he had regulation; lie Is sure that " to intervene and lie Mibtitutednj Scientific Jlm rl\an. ,

been Invited by the president the visit whenever public ownership Is: adoptedthe plaintiffs" In place nf the iW A bandsomely Clostrated weeklY. arrest rtr.eolation .
life cf
the the
lengthens of erlentiflc JournaL Tense$3s
should be given up until later when present owners will\ receive full "next friends," as the plaintiffs relatives rf'!' vpart four months any .$1. Sold ty"II newsdealers.Branca .

they might discuss certain government commutation up to their physical valuation claimed to lie wagon-saves horseIn MUNN & CO.361 Broa war. New York
added "You and I are In the deed of trust Mr Eddy stipulates power, t:ns tzd t::n- {j
matters, and and he is sure that the public Office. 'S5 F St.Washlnst.P.U t
practical men." Other lettervhowed will free to it that the rates are :suchas that the trustees;; shall pay from per. nest1u')rlca-tin* m

that Harriman had urged the president to pay a fair return on the actual the income of said estate such sums the worl l-contains r. Kit-Cu- x

to omit from his message; the plan of investment lie would have the commerce as she may need for her personal use' powdered nica I

railroad regulation bj the commerce commission fix the \alues.Foraker's or as she may desire to devote to char- which I AND CURE THE LUNGS

.rommMlou. advice which was not fol- Challenge Accepted. ity or "to the advancement of the 1 forms j ja a''Ii

cause and doctrines of Christian ScIence WITH Dr.
t lower smooth
Charles I' Taft brother Secretary I Ih King'sNew
Harrhuan at his office In New as taught by me.' They are further hard
Later of War Taft. issued at Cincinnati a coating on axle and I
saying that authorized to the suit t.; t
out a statement carry on
York gave fiat acceptance of the challenge of Sen- reduces friction.If .
letter to Webster was substantially! begun against those persons surroundIng Discovery
the ator Foraker to a final combat for con- want outfit 'J
you your '
but that It bad been stolen bya her in order to protect the estate. 1
correct trol of the Republican electorate at the to last and
discharged stenographer and old to The trust is to terminate only at her earn money Price
publishing It. While he primaries. Brother Charles says that death. This action effectually blocks while it lasts-grease ; FOR CONSUMPTION 50c4$1.00
the newspaper Taft's friends will make It distinct
Its publication he said he the trial for, whatever the decision. the axles with Mica i Free Trial.
deplored contest Taft for the presidency or
withdraw anything In the it would be carried to the higher courts. Axle Grease.
not for
could senatorship or Foraker for the presidency Guaranteed all THROAT and

letter Harriman also published correspondence or senators-hip, it to be under- Man Higher Up Spotted.At STAllIM) OIL COMPACT bN..w LUNG 'TROUBLES or MONEY _

showing that he went to'I siv od thai the ore not preferred by last District Attorney Jerome of BACK. :

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., ... '_ I _: THE :FLORIDA :STAR FRIDAY;APRIL 12. 1001'C( ,

..; FLORIDA STAR I Brevard County School Board .

,.s at-iC>g a :afsl/THE,;, ,-, .,,watered state_' postofflee. at Titagville. M The board of public instructionmet National Commander Army and Navy Union j } I

.' }ti !'I '8OOD4-e1aumall matter.editor at2:30 o'clock p.m. Monday, Catarrh.
: For
Say:: (Rave No Hesitation In Endorsing Pervna At An Efficient Remedy
/oa'a z ,3zr' .r.e April 1st, 1907. Present E. B. Ar- ."

,\-r5. ; lo.'f'f' '" "," BD" R._'TRger.' .tad laDW er. nold, A. J. Carter and J. R. Walker, "As a general thing,I hT been op-
'Z JIt. \a"
posed to what are known u patent
."_: 1'tTBt.4UEIJ WERY FRIDAY HORNING secretary, with Mr. G. S. Singleton medicines, but Pernaa ha long since

J !f&' new member for second district.Mr. ? overcome this feeling. Ik it now,U it
,,' '. '. It QUit !>.clearly understood that neither Singleton was sworn in and the hag been for a long time, a well established 5
THE STAR nor its editor responsible
'k',.. family medicine with us, upon
, n ins expressed -onwpondenU board perfected its organization, ;
S : -' and elected Mr. E. B. Arnold, chairman 4TIniti which we rely to give tired n.tnre1b-
1?' 'r :
Z ; ,{ ; i:: etantial restoration.4Terrible
-:rv zr Distressed Schooner at Canaveral. ..
P1xLNct.L' IIU11X' Case ff ics Inflljestlon
gip During the storm the first of last
Warrants outstanding last report8.33713 Mr. Donald Kobb, Jr., 16 WrfghUAye.
Jii :;;-; : week on Monday and Tuesday five is.uedthis meeting__. 1,71189 .,Halifax,Nova Scotia, Deputy Su

government torpedo boats and a 1005494 preme Chief (anger, Independent _
.t1r: Warrants paid in .______ 69954 .j:: Order of Forresters,Writes:
sought shelter by anchoring in _
yacht -
"While on a visit to Boston I must

5- ii{ the bight at Cape Canaveral and a Total Warrants cash now on hand outstanding___________ 915540 679 63 II have eaten some-thin,;that did not agree

.i large four-masted schooner anchored with my stomach, sa a terrible ease of
Deficit in funds____ ________ 8,473.77 2:Sr : indigestion followed. Peruna wag recommended
-, about and half miles off the
-. one a
ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES. to we,aid after using three
i .tif- cape on Wednesday. County school fund. I bottles I was entirely cured. I there-

; '? After the storm had passed the John R.Walker salary supt. for Mch. 73.00 I I hti II4$ fore recommend f eruna to any one

; 'eachers' salaries____________ 73300'ransporting n 1. suffering with etoniirh trouble."
J .ft t torpedo boats proceeded to St. Augustine pupils.......__........ Ill.00 ,
Exery Trace of Catarrh Gone.
., : g't where they took part In the E. B Arnold per diem and mileage. 11.80A.
l\Ir.JamE'lll'.IJraesenblOTenth Ave
: k.J.Cart.-r;per diem and mileage.. 380 ,
?. :: Ponce de Leon celebration. The o. S. Singleton, p-r diem mileage_. 6.00E. New York City,X.Y.,has occupied the

schooner remained anchored and on C. Advocat,pub. finan. stat.200 I office of WsUr Ins-jtrtorof hew York

II Sunday hoisted a flag at half mast, John Henry, typewrtg. min. for pub. 2(10.. City, for the post fifteen year lie
Indian River Mate bank,jut.for Mch. 1738Ye carries on an extensive: plumbing business -
> which was taken by Keeper 0. A. &S ewart, bankers, interest__ 2 69 ', at 61010th Ave. He is Past Deputyof

Quarterman of Chester Shoals houseof Bank of Ft. Pierre int. for 3 mos.__ 3 00 Grand Knights of Reigns Celia Coun
Brevard tb. State bank, int Mch___ 12-1i' cil. Knights of Columbus, N. Y. He
refuge, as a signal of distress.He Cocoa& Rockg. News, printing report follows
came Titusville blank-i,..____________._ 4 80 as :
immediately to I For nearly dozen years catarrh Las
iVm. Hindle work and frght. for
'' and wired Supt. H. B.Shaw, at Jack- 1\08.102 and 16__________________ 4 8'arktr ? bothered me in one form or another. I
______ was troubled with nasal catarrh, that
Bros, work for No. 6. 6.40 I
sonville and the commander of the ;Ay
: ',- Peter Bertelsen, rent for S.H.No. 27 15.00 ( .. ,. had affected my stcmathwhich troub- t
} } .4'FL: {
t : revenue cutter at Charleston. H. & W. B. Drew Co.,high sen.books 3.00 r \ti T. : wr.VLAL : led me most in the naming. My appe-

ra The schooner about nine miles G. F. Dunn,janitor Vo. 8..___ 5 OnH. J. EDWIN BROWNE. tlte was poor, and I did not seem to
: was .E. Wakrfield,janitor No. 16____ 6.UO relish my food. Indigestion bothered me
j southeast of Chester Shoals house of John Henry, treas.________ 54 28 |i Edwin Browne,National Commander Army and Navy Union of U.S.A., i ii at times also. I was advised to take

', refuge and must have been disabled, 'has. Walton adv. teachers'exam__ 5.0 i i\ 410 llth street,K.E.,Washington, D.C.,writes: | Peruna, and I took it as prescribed fora
I Clara Sulzby, back salary on contract 60.00 !| "I have no hesitation in endorsing your Perona as a most efficient cure I month when my cr re was almost com
: as she did not proceed when the wind David Banter, isolated upils____. 80 0<>
; : \ for catarrh. My own experience and that of many friends who have I plete. Today there is not a trace of catarrh -
changed to the southward. Special Tar School District No 1 been benefited its recommend it in my system,.and I can with.
W. D. O. Vine, prin. No.6 Mch.____ 10000 by use to all persons suffering from that say
This storm was the most severe on Helen Miller, teacher No. 6 Mch. 55 iK i complaint." ', hesitation that r!runs cured me.
.. .. ..
Susie Teeter, ** 59 QQophic '" __J'I
the coast for:many years. washed ** Agreeable and tffectlie: Tonic.
S < Bau!>kett 50 o Says Peruna Sated His Life. If in the lungs! it is apt to set np con
4 away both the ocean piers at Sea John Henry. t>m. as treas.________f .96 sumption.If General John Finn, Washington,
"Peruna has cured of catarrh. I 'I
special fund "C" Chap. 5383 Laws.' D.C.,veteran soldier of the civil war,a
Breeze and great volumes of sea wa- Teachers' salaries________________ 233 00 can work all day, eat hearty, sleep located in the kidneys or bladder it prominent Grand Army man and cwm-,
.ter passed over the sand dunes all well, and my digestion Is all right. produces urinary disorders.If mander of the oldest post in the United

M along the coast, raising the water Total issue $ 1.71789 I was not able to do a day's work lat in the bowels it deranges the bowels. States, John A. Kawllns Post No. I,

The chairman and superintendentwere year. I candidly feel that using your Catarrh medicine,in order to be effective department of the Potomac, Grand
in Mosquito lagoon and in Banana medicine was the means of saving
my Army of the Republic, writes
should be internal
appointed committee an remedy, and
a to at-
life. I find it is just what it is recommended "
f, < creek and Banana river. Peruna was recommended to
not a local application. me by
,, l tend the meeting of school board of- to be, and I speak in highest of
many my associates and I have givenit
It seems that the government ficials at Tallahassee. April 16th to praise Peruna. I shall recommendit Peruna has maintained its reputationfor a fair trial. Hare found it a most
to all friends."-Alvis Nelson, many years as an internal catarrh
ought to recognize the bight of Ca- 19th, 1907. my agreeable and effective tonicpleasant
Virgilina,Va. remedy. It operates throughout the
naveral harbor of refuge; when soothing, and leaves one free from the
as a Mr. C. F. Morris is appointed When any one has catarrh of the heador whole system. benefits"catarrh the

...r $ the torpedo fleet was probably saved supervisor of the Tropic school. throat they know it. Snuffing,sneezing pelvic organs the same as catarrh of the many deleterious nostrums effects now produced on the the I

S by anchoring there. ,coughing,spitting, gagging,chok head or throat. have suffered from catarrhal afflictionsthe
ing-these are some of the
A tug from Jacksonville arrive Free AdvertisingUnder symptoms. past winter,and have found Peruna
When any one has catarrh of the bron-
f Tuesday and took the disabled vesselin the above caption the Jack- chial lubes they are not quite so apt to The Family Relies on Peruna.A. most what it beneficial has done for and me.commend" it for

tow to the northward. sonville recognize their trouble as catarrh, although Howitt Nickerson Capt. U. S.

... Keeper Honeywell, of Canaveral Metropolis very truthfullysays there tre a great many people Army, Adjutant General on General Relieves MinJ and Body.

:, light, ascertained that the captain of : who begin: to appreciate the fact that catarrh McCook's staff, writes from the Census Mr. G. W. Woodtnry, Rogers, Ohio,
}'t Advertising is the life of the news- of the bronchial tubes is sure to Building,Washington,D.C.,as follows: formerly Captain and Center of the
the schooner was lost at sea. paper. create a cough. "It affords me great pleasure to re- Hiram College Buket Ball Team,

Mr. Honeywell also sent telegrams It is to the what the Catarrh produces symptoms accordingto commend Peruna as a most excellent writes:
i' Y notifying the proper. authorities, the newspaper the place in the body where the Catarrh tonic with many medicinal qualitiesthat "When body and mind alike were

owners of the vessel and the captain's goods on the shelves are to the mer- is located. Catarrh deranges the assist nature in overcoming the weary and refused to worka few dose

chant.It function of any organ.If various ills with which the human fam- of Peruna restored lest strength and invigorated -
: wife of their disaster and distress.
is to the newspaper what the thecatarrh be in the stomach it produces ily is often afflicted, and is always in quicker and more perms

fare is dv>Det>sia.. ,danzer.: nentU than auj thin<,; I know."
to the railroad on the passen-
Governor Broward's
'" : Message _._ .
- --- -' -- -
i' Governor Broward's George S. Adams has been elected
.... message to, It is to the newspaper what the
?r .the legislature is receiving considerable freight is to the railroad.It Comptroller of the city of Jacksonville THE
the Board of Aldermen.
I by
attention in the Florida and is to the newspaper what a

= Georgia press, and while all admit man's labor is to the laboring man. FLIES: FLIES: CONTINENTALATLANTIC

its thoroughness and many find good It is to the newspaper what the Hie l.flt..1 l tii-t UP, the) come from .--

c words therefore it is not without a dancing master's patrons are to the water //opt t-, MAbU" and sewer aixl
light on fiHxl FIles enntatii dfH-a*
your BEACH
'a generous amount of criticism, amespecially dancing master.It T-rms vats I'r McCortmck of tlit state FLA.

r t that part suggesting a law is to the newspaper what the ice card pfl.tMllliof Kt'"tlwktit'k: \ Ihtanr I
is to the ice [ i is: one of the "l"!>l iiirtlioi'-! km
.. for the control of the press. On this man. gig fli "!', fut it .' 'xi,*'nMly \,.. I NOW
line the conservative Savannah News Therefore, when a person schemesto \\' IH.I make your own fir. jij,"fi' .\ OPEN

t.-. get publicity without paying for f'uru.lrt'll'ht't'l:< na una! f<-\\ t"rit.ull -
:,fI, r says: it .1n make f'r tour nt-:glib.>i>; but tl\U in
are scheming to
i'flt! + n-Pi1, Full flirt'.tinn' tuailtrif !
"The message of the governor of get goods without paying for them Schedules Convenient .
-t .r sit 2 r" its stamjx, .nidi- to day,
Florida is long, but it is interesting as far as the principle goes. Alien :ippit)' C'> M 1..1'llt.! ..La. Leave Jacksonville 9:45 am 2:00 pm 6:00 pm 7:14 pm

t and for that reason its length will iy I If the scheme that you have on i Arrive Atlantic Ueach 10:28 am 2:45 pm 6:55 pm 8.09p m

;: t excused. It deals with many subjects hand is one to benefit humanity andis I II JAMES C. SPELL Returning

; and all of them are handled unselfish, and is not commercial in I Physician and Surgeon'Phone Leave Atlantic Beach *6:15 *m 7:30 am 11:35 am 5:15 pm
Arrive Jacksonville 7:00 am 8:10 am 1220pm 600pm'Daily
f' vigorously and comprehensively. It jour personal touch of the question.
All other
except Sunday. trains
:i may be that many of his constituents Then you are justified in expecting FLA. .,. .
the newspaper to give its columns I Fi> C"I'0,1| ) nl i "I ,tier i>.firm:HI >n Kill on ant :Anent of the F. E.
I- will not agree with all his recommendations C. hailaay'.r n'lIlIIlIudc.tlt' ?"i II. K I5t-mi*, Atlantic I"adlFla..
1 without pay.
and suggestions but
But if it is: a commercial proposition ROBBINS
'' r they will accord to him praise for then the newspaper ought to { ;

,( frankness and clearness in the pre- be paid for the service. This is sim- & QEAHAM I '

sentation of his views. ple justice. It is right. It is the sa- '
CO., ; ;
r "Perhaps, eventually, he will come- only thing in the matter that is ([Int&rporatrd Paid np Capita 323.0O0A0; ; i

to the conclusion that he made a right. This company w n laud TposFertiljzersFifty

mistake in introducing into a state .- in the Indi:1ti KiTer A Criminal Attack trvon the MLnce% River,
of such importance his differences and! Ristavne
paper : at New Riv"r C't'l -
'man ilulf..u'in' (itizrn H frequently l'a\.
with some of the newspapers ,
ma.!e in that .ippitntly n-eJe- little
in to the drainage of the PRICES TO SUIT THE TIME;
respect tnr oal'rtl!! the! "ippeinlis" Il'< generally I years' experience throngh three

Everglades and his suggestion that a the ,'t4iit:: of |Tt,tl':Utfd CODitlpltlon, OFFICEPATTITCSVILLE.Send. for land list. I erations of the Mapes family. 1 gen-I

law be enacted for the control of the fi'domr! Imr tort.or| Dr Killg' :New \ND MIAMI : We are a household word all over fa r

press. He should have kept in mind Life Pill rfguhte the liter, prevent ap Our thirtieth
r ,I ----- -- year in the state.
.. JH inlK..ti-\ and tabi-ii! : regular habits of
the fate of Governor Pennypacker, EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG. Our goods combine
tie! bowels 2"c alUcdCnviIMi.irm.uyENN1S safety, reliability. and
of Pennsylvania, who tried to gag { profit for the grower.
F. DUREN Agent,
the of that state. If his ,
newspapers No dangerous
& FORT compounds.Ask .
:' right in his Everglades policy he our for
4tID Florida and agents pamphlets and find the
ought to be able to uphold it. He =
reason why onght
you to buy our goods.
f e certainly has the support of some of Blacksmith and Repair Work S Vl l\

z. .. ... Western
the brightest papers in the state i in "" =<': :: Agents ; E. L. Brady & Bro., TitusvilleJ.
t. ," the matter of the Everglades. TITUSVILLE FLA. Meals M. Sanders, Cocoa Jos. Paxton, RockledgeA.

"The fact that he wants law .
a gag T. Patillo Osteen
} Wagons made and reimirvd Horse Shoeinga F. Bergmannt MerrittE.
,; will be interpreted in some quarters specialty. Work from any part Indian '
River or anywhere in the county will receiveour of all Kinds, R. Provost, Lotus
that he has the weaker side of the careful attention. We stand the freight \\N.SSi.S.S.i::
' one way and guarantee to give yon satisfaction
controversy. Send os your work. FLORIDA. mrnmmmrn wmJNMWNmM
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jAr ?14IDAY; ; :.121907' THE FLORIDA sx STAR -; 'it,5 .. "

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large number from Mr. Coleman's A Thrilling Experience. :
e.- T'T :
<, to. .. ":' flock So Wednesday he tired of such (Miami Metropolis.) :}
; foolishness and began a determined .
-->f( j ]IX FLORIDAt hunt for his 'gatorshlp, with the result The auxiliary sloop John Daggett R
Captain Haverty, returned to port -
l. : that he The ,
was soon captured.
i ,
).. Tuesday night'about 6 o'clock, afteran
.::..J." .., is Bring Done Toittis the De- troublesome saurian was sold to Mr. exciting experience with ,wind and Respect -
.'- T Paul Hornleln, who Is having It -
r i Jr! Tftlopmtnt of.the Peninsula mounted by Mr. A. L. Thayer Jr.-St. wave since Monday morning at 5 l
; Petersburg Times.
n 3 1' free mall delivery will begin In St The Daggett left Miami last Satur YOUR

Petersburg on May 1st. Miss Mattie M. Brown, aged seven- day morning at 9 o'clock for Philadelphia -

,. teen, a bright and beautiful Lakeland and had on board, besides Cap-
The Tampa Bay Hotel closed itsp
girl, died Thursday night under peculiar tain H..verty. Mr. George B. Corey, of StomachGIVE
;doors for the season last Friday.
r.lJf. circumstances. She was in Washington; George Chasey, of New :
: ; A free mall delivery service will be
:. good health up to the Saturday priorto York; William Patrla, of Beaufort N.

; '" l'':inaugurated In eLand _beginning May her death when she complained of C. and John O'Neill, of Bar Harbor,

!:'". :'" 1st. a small pimple on her neck. The soreness -
Me.All it food that will not irritate or v)
Three negroes were sentenced to increased as the pimple enlargedand went well until early Monday

.; death at Milton last Friday by Judges when medical aid was summonedIt morning, when, near St. Augustine, a the performance of its natural 3

J. ,Emmet Wolfe. was seen the young lady was suffering heavy wind came up, which compelledthe _{". :

-s. A second primary will be necessary from blood poisoning. The poison Daggett to turn for a harbor of functions, and it: will reciprocate in a way ;

:ln Pensacola to decide who shall be spread throughout her system, bring- safety. The wind continued however,

:Mayor and who Chief of Police. ing death as a happy release from Intense and blew a steadgale.. Tuesday agreeable and comforting.No .

F. Herbert Wilson, of the Wilson /suffering. The pimple Is thoughtto morning, after having been driven contributes y
k .Cypress Company, has been elected have developed from the bite of a nearly a hundred miles to the south single ingredient so

= t :Mayor of Palatka without opposition. spider or some other Insect. east, the crew sighted Cape Canaveral largely toward ,wholesome, nourishing,
Seeing that it was impossible to make
Senator J. R. Newlan of Suwannee, The water famine gets worse daily. '
} died Friday afternoon, thus leaving The distilling plant of the ConsumersIce any port along the coast, the Jib was agreeable food as Royal Baking Powder.
hoisted and the Dagget came down
one vacancy in the Senate of Florida. & Cold Storage Company is working ,
the East Coast of Florida about as Royal Baking Powder's active ingredient ;
k Hon. T. A. Jennings, of Pensacola, up to its full capacity and is still -
#' not able to supply the demand. There fast as any boat ever made the trip, of Tartar is the
kA i practically announces his candidacy reaching Miami at 6 o'clock. Grape Cream ,
still few cisterns full of
for Governor of Florida In the Pensa are a large
water but The boat Is quite badly strained healthful of the fruit -
cola Journal. they are being drained fast. most products. -
after tumbling around at the of _
"t Unless mercy
; there is rain shortly, an ar-
t Pensacola's city primary campaigncame ; the wind and the men tired out, as This is why Royal Baking Powder t

to a close Tuesday night, when I Government they were compelled .to keep contin-

a ,Charles H. Bliss was again elected the use of the water distilled by the ually at the pumps, the boat having makes the food finer, lighter, more appe-

Mayor. : a leak besides shipping a
sprung ,
Government plant. The commandanthas
Exports from the port of Fernandina wisely provided for such an -emergency large amount of water. On account of tizing and anti-dyspeptic, a friend to the

w for the month of March amounted to the heavy sea, it was impossible to
by storing about a million gallons stomach and good health.
1812,817, Lumber shipments were 16- of water, and Is now making ar- prepare any food, and the men landedIn :

749,000 feet. Miami in a wet and hungry condition -
4 rangements for the construction of S
The Miami fire department is to other reservoirs to bring the storage although in no way Injured. Imitation Baking Powders Contain Alum :
trip to has been
have brass band the Is Philadelphia
a and promise capacity up to two million gallons.

made that it will be one of the finest Key West Citizen. abandoned and the Daggett will b> "The use of alum and salts of alumina in ,
In the State. docked for the summer at the Gen-
The Havana Telegraph In Its description eral Lawrence dock, up the Miami food should be PROHIBITED. The con j

From various points throughout the of the storm which visited River and Captain Haverty will remain stant use of alum compounds exerts a i
State come encouraging reports con that city Monday that waves
says here through the summer deleterious effect the 1 i
cerning the benefit to crops by the broke over the lighthouse on Morro upon digestive

recent x rains, which were general. Castle, the spray- flying forty feet May Prove Fatal Hunt. organs and an irritation of the internal

.;. The Board of County Commissioners above the light. The P. S O. steamer W. D. Rogers, of Vero was the vic- organs after absorption.

ers of Volusia County has called for Halifax came out of the harbor when tim of a most deplorable accident

bids for the construction of a hard the waves were running high, and Wednesday morning, and is now In "EDWARD S. WOOD, 1\\ D.

surface road between DeLand and thousands of people stood on the rather a serious condition the resultof "Professor of Chemistry t

Daytona.St. I shore and watched the big steamer a buckshot entering his lung. Mr. "Harvard Medical School, Boston." 'i

Petersburg's postoffice receiptsfor pitch and toss on' the crest of the Rogers and his, Mr

'the ending March 31st showan waves, buried at times lu the frothing
year Padgett, were hunting alligators in a ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK
increase of 20 per cent over last sea and then riding so high on the creek near Vero and had separated,

year. The figures for 1901 were $1O- waves that her propellers churned the taking a stand on each side of the

: 077, and for 1907, $12,079.36.The air.' Havana's narbor opens right into creek, so as to shoot them from both Pensacola's exports for the mono I Treasurer's StatementApr.

receipts at the Lakeland post- the Gulf, and while It may be calm sides. Padgett fired a load of buckshot of March amounted to $1,135,165.Out 1 .1st, 1907.

and placid behind the shielding walls and of the charge glancedon Balance hun hand 1 1J07 :
office for the year ending March 31st, part of ou> Apr : f0037
of Morro, the sea at the same time is Sight Amount received in Men. 1907____ 3,50201
something and shot enteredRogers' {
1907, were $7,485.09. For the pra- one
"Out of sight, out of mind i i" an old ,
running mountains high the other ,
,. ceding year the figures were $6,504.10,, on arm, while another penetrate Total--._______.$ 13,812.3
side of the old fort.ress.-Key West his under his saying which applies with special forceto Less warrants paid ill Mch, 1907, and
showing a gain for last year of body right arm and
: Citizen. a sere, burn fIr wound that's 1 1lt't'n warrants*delivered to county com -
: $980.99. lodged in the lung. missioners and board of public instruction ]
... treated l with Cucklell's Arnira Salve It'sout 252071Balance .
Mr. Padgett hurried to Vero with ----------------- -- |
The postoffice at Fort Mjers Is now Letter to 0. A. Stewart of sight, out uf mind and out of existence ,
located In the annex to the Hotel the wounded man, and at once sum- rash on hand Apr. 1, 1907. $11,32161 4
Titn.vUle, Fla Pilt-s too, and chilblains il'sap-
>'r Bradford, where large and suitable Dear Sir: A ten rear old boy came into moned Doctors Van Landingham and pear nnder its healing influence. Guaranteed The above amount is held as follows:

: 1k quarters have been provided, makingthe a store for a quart of white paint and Rollins from Fort Pierce. They by nd Cn "- Pharmacy. 25c. Deposited in Indian River State S
office one of the most modern in said! : "rin'v ale nice letters Devnewrtes. reached there during the afternoon, bank as per cashier's certificate attached
a'n't tVy, Mr. Knight?" In and did everything possible for the to monthly statement and
the State. Bridgeport, Maine. Week I) feather ReportJcPITEit cash in safe-_..________________.ll,
sufferer, who was then coughing FL.'., Apr. 9. 1907.
George W. Land of Bradentown, "Are they what brought yon here?
asked the Jt'rchmt.OIY: fO! ma said blood. Balances belonging to each fund are as
; ge'a Comparativt.tatement ot temp*'ratnres
claims have discovered COO-
to a
,: of white and I've for and rainfall for the week follow; :
quart ; come the The patient was resting easily An .. .-i acre tract of land belonging to him -t-jalloii8 paint." ______
IWO fund 3.7t
Wednesday night, and If no further 1907 County revenue,general: $ a
::: on' 'the Manatee River an "inexhausti- That boy'll he a man liefore( his mother DATE.. )(\\. MIV ,nx.fIS.. road and bridge ** _u___ 153
s t. Yours truly, complications set in he will be able to Apr. 3. 71 iU 72 64 44 building: _____ 1A21
: ble supply of oil, which underlajs an
F. W. DfiVoE& Co be out in a few days. 4. 77 3. 73 CT fine and forfeiture __u__ 7,42t64)
unfailing quantity of fullers' earth." "0 Xw York. 5. 75 37 71 61 top'l r'd f d,DIM. 1____.______ 2.82
** _________
4 6. ; With imposing ceremonies the cornerstone P. S. Jas. Pritchanl. .l Sin ell our paint Mr. .\. E. Ho\ie narrowly escapedburning M
7 M fit ;9 fiJ 3------ 51097
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: : of the new Roman Catholic on Sunday afternoon. Mr. 14 !'. $" 70 77 71 1---- 616.13
... Lost $1,800 In Bed Tick. and Mrs Hoxie's 9. 73 6* 78 71 came warden fund--?._______ 1716d
son, Paul was over
the Immaculate Conceptionwas
Church cf
.. < **
Total rainfall for tin week 3' indies. property of dtcxased persons I
laid in Jacksonville Sunday. Rt. (Tampa Tribune.) from Tampa spending the day with Departure rainfall for I be neck minus .21 fund-------------------- 5W
inches ** w'ho I fund (general) __ 51 W;
them. In the afternoon > --
of the diocese of Aversion to and mistrust of banks he was get
} Rev. Bishop Kenny Departure rainfall since Jan. l-t, mina: speoalUx !;C.h..1 list 1-__.__ 131.' 2
F'' St Augustine assisted by many caused W. II. Rutherford, a MarylaniAvenue : ting ready: to return, and was seatedin .72 inches 8rt'"ial fc*hool Fund "(" State :tiel. 456.25:
11. P. lURDivffi .
priests, officiated.The grocer the loss cf $1,500 Ii a buggy, while his mother was on _.
<) <'nl liD Cliarse. Total ___._ _. $1132164
Board of Public Instruction off the fire which destroyed his residence the ground beside the vehicle.: He I

w' Hillsboro County has voted unanimously and grocery. His wife had made a drew a match from his pocket, lighteda oo OO 9 O ? '
and tossed the match to the goo i
' /; directing the discontinuance of pocket in the bed tick as a bank for cigar

.' of TarrIdlurra"s his funds and this was burned while ground. After the buggy had gone a
/i the geographies
a.r use in the schools of that county be was endeavoring to take it from little distance, he heard a scream, anJ, ? Consumption is less deadly than it used to be. '

for this action is that the the structure the roof of which fell in looking around, saw his mother's
The 1
k t:, f educational reason board has decided that tha upon him, stifling him with smoke and dress burning. Her husband, who was c ty Certain relief and usually complete recovery
choking him with cinders as he tugged near, also heard the screams. He ran *
; text-book is unfair to the South entirely will result from the following treatment:
inaccurate and disparaging. vainly in an endeavor to remove the to his wife, began fighting the flamed .t t t

begins When the fire was discovered and tearing the clothes from her. Asa :
Reports received from Pensacola say :t' Hope, rest, fresh air, and-Scoi'i'Emulsion. J ': ,: \ I
_" by Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford both result, Mrs. Hoxie was not injured,
terrific cyclone passed through the )
:;: a hurried from the dwelling the man but Mr. Hoxie received severe anl It ,
': : northwest section of Escambia County following his wife. He supposed that painful bruises and burns on the left 1 ?

t. ;: last Friday, doing great damage at her first thought had been of the band.-St. Petersburg Independent810O ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND !Sl.CO.: lt11l 1! J
'f Walnut Hill. The report adds that A.
money, and he was not informed otherwise .' OO.c.tQttQtOOOOtQaIl>OO tftf? ? $ .
J. Ferrell, of that town, is probably Reward 81OO.
until they had reached the out- of this will Kixil _
The readers be
that County Com- paper ]>
: fatally injured, and
ide."! His return for the money resulted tolearn that there is at least ordreadful:
missioner J. R. Stewart and many disease that science has been able to rare in FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
o in a close call from death. To
w. others are more or less seriously hurt. I I all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's('a. IS
., a Tribune man Rutherford declared tarrh Cure is the only positive cure known Condensed Time Card

t i United States Deputy Marshal William that some time ago he had ?9
t.; Ray, of Pensacola who was assaulted Jacksonville bank. The bank failed j treatment. Hull's Catarrh I'urt:' is 35 29 78 28

Friday morning just before and he lost every cent. He determined .I taken internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the 'y!-tin..
his hors
daylight, while unharnessing never again to allow hs: bard I thereby destroying the foundation of tin disease 6.00p 9.20a Iv Jacksonville ar 7.25p 8.50a

:'' in a drive shed, is"! not expected to re earned funds to go into a bank vault. and giving the patient "trength in
cover. Ray was hit on the head twice building;: up the constitution and av>i ting 7.20p 10AOa U St. Augustine Iv 6.15p 7.40a
nature in doing its work Th.ropri.tol'!!
with a blunt instrument his skull being Why have so much faith in its curative powers lO.OOp 1.25p U Daytona U 3.42p 4.45a
It Is thought that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any
partially crushed. have a torpid Ji"er'hpn Herhine, the (&;;C that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes l0.45p 2.10p U New Smyrna 3.15p 4.15a
robbery was the motive, as a large timonials.
only liver regulator help your
which the officer Address. F. J. CIIEVEY JL CO.,Toledo.O. 11.53p 3.13p" Titusville 1.58p 3.00a '
amount of money should! softer
There is no reason \\bj yon Sold by Druggists; .75c.
had In his possession Is missing. from dyspepsia, constipation, chills and I Hall's Family Fills are the best. 1.06a 4.23p" Eau Gallic 12.42p 1.47a

Mr. W. C. Coleman has been fever or any liver complaints, when Iler- TOLL WHOM IT MAX Ct CtK> 3.05a 6.15p" Fort Pierce to 10.50a 11.55p S
moons by a six- bine will cure you. F. C. Waite, West- State of Honda !
troubled for many of Brevard, S. S 5.14a 8.15p" West P. Beach 8.47a
J 9.31p
lived in the pond vine, Fla., Writes: "I was sick for a County
? foot alligator Know all men by these presents that UohnD
Fifth Street and Fifth Avenue, month with chills and fever, and after '.aun, Sr. have, this 20th day of March, 7.50a lO. Op ar Miami 6.25a 7.00p
near Coleman lives, taking two bottles of Herbine am well made my son,John D.Van,Jr.,a free agent,
North, and where Mr. and be sued and bay and sell the
Sold by Red Cross Phar to sue J. P. BECKWITH J. D. RAHNER
decided taste and healthy. he of
which 'gator had a same as though was twenty-one years
and of a macy. a re. JOHN D V.\cx, r.h Traffic Manager A. G. P. A.
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{ A deed has just been placed on record

II: ..ITEMS 'OF NEWS conveying 25,000 acres of land located BEST FOR THEBOWELS

; in DeSoto Countty west of -- i 1 oaoTTLEsrnrr 't
r, "" IN FAIR FLORIDA Peace River not far from Gardner.

lJ ",. :. The sellers were T. E. Bridges &; Co. I,
If yon Daren't a regular.healthy n vementofthe ,
J1"LWhat is Done Towards the De- and the Consolidated Land Company; bowels every day,"01&1'8' ill or will be. Keep you i
Being the buyers, Walter Graham, F. J. jowels open and be w lU force,in the shape or 1 Whiskey
violent ,is
physie or pill poison dsngeroas. The
1 elopmtnt of the Peninsula Knight and R. M. Stedham. The consideration smoothest easiest most perfect way of keeping
the bowU clear and
clean is to take A. D
was $80,000. This Is considered CANDYCATHARTIC

;? :- A magnificent Masonic temple may one of the finest bodies of J-11t 6 Full Quarts

'it s soon be erected by the :Masons of timber in the county.-De Soto County For $2 95
r<5i Gainesville. News. t \ Carolina Whiskey J

The tobacco crop of Gadsden County The reporter was shown a unique A Carolina Whisk.T will civ zc.D.Bi satnfactio. It Ia a well Qed ,
this bring the 'v article and in estimation far superior to the detartiona and matures -
: will year growers I i oat
rii curiosity in the shape of a potato ,, sold by irresponsible mail order whiskey houses at S3.00 to (3.50 .
"il, more than $3,000,000. Tuesday. The potato was in the possession I j I If III'I I persaUoo We make a epecul price on CAROLINA WHISKEY to show
that w.are not afraid of any kind of competition Our{loots cover fourteen a .
V A contract has been let In Key West of Mr. K. Roberts, and was acres,making us the largest mail order whiVty hcaje in the world

; for the building of a new county Imported by his uncle from Central EAT 'EM ;,LIKE CANDY "

: school. The cost wPl be $40,5001": America. It was a cross' between a Pleasant Palatable. Potent Taste Good. Do 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE. Send as 12.95 and we
Good.Never Si: *II.Weaken or Gripe;10.2S!and
W will ship you by express 6 IuD quarts of Cora&M Wt Jsker and we
cents per bozo Write for free sample,and book. .
..' In the wet or dry election held in regular sweet potato and an eggplantand let on health. Address 4J3Starlbn L i .111lndude In came box: sample White each,
I "ZuHeka," "Odd Band"amend Wpii Yesr Old Corn.
Gadsden County Tuesday the temperance had the shape of a huge sand- Remedy Company. Chicago or New York.

people carried the county dry bya crab. Mr. Roberts says they are IEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN I I I I SPECIAL NOTICE W. deliver tK. above cxpreb prepaid anywhere
large majority. grown extensively In South America in North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia bat customers living
In other states reached by Adama or Southern Exi rate Companies.
St Petersburg's $63,000 bond Issue and are very prolific, growing on a A Big Well. moat remit SOc. extra. Bonn east of HiaaUsippi F.iver residing1 on
some other express lines must send $3.95 for the 6 query and S sample
sold for $1.05. .The entire issue was large vine that will climb on polesor (Key West Citizen.) bottles and we will prepay epreas. Remit cash with order and address:

.' taken by the First National Bank of the side of a building. The potato The Key West Electric Company U i, itH ''I THE CASPER CO., Inc., RoanoKe, Va.
; has a very fine flavor, and Mr. Roberts 9 I II (u..wi.1..8.b.,a.C.) .-.,11.L...+.t.r.d latiIk7.....,atk Dt.t.TL
,; Columbus, Ohio. Just'' completing a large well which iI ii AO basics lud* nder rar>Mi", .f 1))'. 8. Offlrrn ... g_.... p... .3.w lY.Esu.i .
r. r. lAw.
will plant a number this season.- Drm
'" Miami's postoffice receipts for the will furnish the 'water for its mam

year" ending March 31st amounted to Lake Butler Star.A moth plant. The well when com-

; $26,000 an increase of more than colored woman. Lizzie Baker employed pleted will be about twelve feet squareat The climate of the East Coast of Floridais

$5,000 over last year. as a servant in the home of the base and will be twenty-eight nearer perfection than Hat of any

State Comptroller Croom has grant Mr. Thomas Saxton, in Gainesville, feet deep. At the bottom large pockets -

ed an extension of thirty days-from was seriously, if not fatally, burnedby have been excavated, making it other place on earth. 4 (t 4 4 i

April 1st to May 1st-for the payment the explosion of a lamp Tuesday about twenty-four feet deep for sis if

g night.! The woman was in the kitchen feet at the bottom.
: of State and county taxes in Dade
County. Ironing when the lamp exploded. She When the well is not in use, the

y water rises within ten feet of the top, ;
Y + seized the lamp, and in attempting to 1S.
Dr. G. P. Henry, Mayor of De- I
giving a storage capacity of five
throw it out the door the kerosene oil over .
Funiak Springs, dropped dead at his
spilled over her clothing and she thousand cubic feet or nearly forty
home in that town about 6 o'clock
r caught fire and ran screaming through thousand gallons of water.

Sunday evening. Heart disease was the house, and in running fanned the The well has a number of springs.
the cause of death.Jacksonville's about half of which fresh
flames and increased her danger. Mrs. are water, 4/b-
a lumber shipments for but the salt springs are sufficiently
Saxton, with great presence ,
the month of March amounted to $55- threw some portieres around her strong to make it all quite salty. "

: 028. The Imports for the month con which partly smothered the flames. The well when completed will fur-

_' sisting principally of iron pyrites, tobacco nish sufficient water to supply the

4 -' Jewelry fruit, cocoanuts, etc.. ard Times in Kansas plant. r Ornni[

amounted to 3751949.
The old days of grasshoppers and

I ,, The work of substituting 68-pound dronth are almost forgotten in the prosPerous Rheumatism Makes Life MiserableA oaeh

., rail for the 58-pound now in use on Kansas of today although a citiZen happy home is the most valuable I

the Seaboard Air Line Railway from of Codell Earl Shamburjr, has not possession that is within the reach of II

Jacksonville to Tampa has been in yet forgotten a hard time he encountered mankind but you cannot enjoy its comforts I

progress at intervals for several le says: "I was worn out and discouraged if you are suffering from rheamaism. -

t. r c months. The construction crew by coughing night and day, and 1 You throw aside business cares II

x. reached Starke Wednesday and the could find no relief till I tried Dr. King's when you enter your home and yon cane

a heavy rail is now laid a short distance New Discovery. It took less than one > relieved from those rheumatic pains I

south of town. The rail laid bottle to completely cure me." The also by applying: Chamberlain's Pain 1

is '.: within the town limits is two pounds safest and most reliable cough and cold Ja'rn.' One application will give you relief -

town.Starke cure and lung and throat healer ever dis- and its continued use for a short time and the unou Orange Groves, Piaexpple JTUaUtwu,

covered. Guaranteed by Red Cross Phar- will bring about a permanent cure. For Cocoanut Groves sad Vegetable Farms of tie ceattry tributary to

i J. E. Pace, one of Sanford's most macy. 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bottle sale by all druggists and medicine dealers.A INDIAN RIVER, LIKE WORTH and JJLSC1TXE BU

prosperous truck farmers, refused free are necked free Jacksonville ii&Ue

j 4100,000 for his home place last week, Prayer.
L. Election of Officers Send some one. Lord. to love the best
; which consists of
about twenty or
.; i E The Export Pineapple Growers' As- that is in me and to accept nothing less j
I twenty-five acres of celery land. :Mr.:
from me. to touch me with the searchin -
sociation completedas :
Pace only laughed at the offer; he recently ? tenderness of the passion for the
i p wouldn't take twice that amount for organization at a meeting held ideal to demand everything from me p

In West Palm Beach Thursday, when for own sake, to give me so much
his home, which is one of the finest my 1 ; ,
best the following officers were elected: that I cannot think of myself and to
and locations anywhere in the
President, Mr. James Andrews, of ask: so much that I can keep nothing A s
State. If some of our Northern friends
Fort Pierce; vice-president. J. E. lack. to console me by making me
I were offered this amount for 500 Ingraham, St. Augustine secretaryand strong before sorrow comes to helpme .For COPT of teaatllal boot,"Riot Cent ef H rida",lest SUB ef
._ acres of land they would be scared to so to live that while I part with ,.Pe&iiisiilsr Florid, Bad other intonation address
+ treasurer, Mr. W. R. Moses, of
death.-Sanford Chronicle.An many things by the way I lose nothingof i.PABBOTT, J.BECKHITH, J.B1H5EB,
enthusiastic meeting of thu West Palm Beach. Directors to serve the Rift of life.-IIamilton W. Ma- n-Pr.'U C...]:ur. ''baa......". .A.tI.,.4-
f until next annual meeting in March, hie.
directors of the Fort Myers Yacht and ST. ACGUSTI.NE, FLA i
1908: Mr. Harry Jennings, Tibbals:
Country Club was held last Friday --- ------ ,
Mr. R. D. Hoke, Jensen; Mr. W. J.
night, when the Secretary reported Chamberlain's Salve
c Dyer, Stuart; :Mr. G. C. Mathams,
; t that the capital stock had nearly all This salve is intended especially! for
West Palm Beach; Mr. M. C. Hardee, OF SEA
{ 1 i been taken and paid for. Committees Boynton; Mr. G. A. Long, Boca Ra- sore nipples, horns, frost bites chapped QUEEN ROUTES.i i

tj were appointed on grounds, fencing, hands, itching piles, chronic sore eyes
4 tone; Mr. T. V. Moore, Miami.
new club house, etc. Wire for thu granulated eye lid, oM chronic sores and i

fencing has already been ordered, and Large Crop of MangoesThe for diseases! of the skin, such as totter,

t the grounds will be laid out for golf crop of mangoes in sight now salt rheum, ring worm, scald head, Merchants &: Miners Trans. Co's I

I- ? .' links. It has been decided to commence herpes! barters' itch, scabhies or itch
on the trees in Fort Myers is by far
the erection of a new club and eczema. It has met with unparalleled
the largest seen here In years. Th: STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN t
house at once, to cost $3,000, so as to success in the treatment of these diseases.!
trees have been in bloom since De-
I r I have everything in readiness for next Price 25 cents per l>ox. For sale by all -
cember, and still continue to put on
season.-Fort Myers Press. irnggists and medicine dealers.CASTOR.
: I bloom spikes, the same trees havingon ---- SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.
; L. Walter Weed, of Washington D. : them fruit in all stages, from the ,
q 1 :
C. spent a few days in Bartow this half grown size to the new blossoms. Direct Connections for

week a guest of the Wright House. From this it may be judged that the I IAFor

t This gentleman owns the Hancock first fruit will ripen in June, and that Infants and Children. Washington New, York and Boston.

1 place on Garfield Lake and has made fruit will continue to ripen throughoutJuly ,
The Kind You Have
Always BoughtBears
arrangements for the cultivation oft and August and possibly into
Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations .
camphor trees for market purposes. September. Thus the prospect fo. a the71' /
f S He is backed by the United States great feast of this delicious tropica. Signature cuisine unsurpassed

Government, and will engage extensively fruit is good enough to make the SEND FOR BOOKLET.

f in the business. He has already -- -
t small boy of this town lose all his
II. .'. \VERY, .'Olll'I Agent, Jacksonville.
made plans for putting out a
religion and purloin mangoes "till he
large quantity of seed, and will make can't rest"-Fort Myers Press. Chamberlain'sCough J. C. WH.THEY, 2d V. P. i T.M., W. P. TURNeR, P. T. M.,

a large industry of growing camphor GENERAL OPFICES BALTIMORE MD.I .
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r trees. The enterprise is calculated Grip Quickly Knocked Out n --

t to be a profitable one, and his scheme "Some weeks ago during;. the severe

I will be watched with interest from winter weather both my wife and myselfcontracted 1fNCHJST4tRLoaded

.. headquarters at Washington.-Bartow severe colds which speedily

:.' i Courier-Informant. developed into the worst kind of la grippe 90
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with all its miserable symptoms," sage

.I Caught Cold While Hunting a Burg- Mr. J. S. Ejleeton: of Maple Landing; : "NUBLACIi"
I J larf
t Iowa. "Knees and joints aching, muscles

Mr. Win. Thos. Lanorgan provincial sore, head stopped up, eyes and nose .

Si constable at Chapleati, Ontario, says: running, with alternate spells of chills Black Powder Shells

"I caught a severe cold while hunting a and fever. We bean; using Chamber

burglar in the forest swamp last fall. lain's!! Conch Remedy, aiding the same
I5k Shoot and
: Hearing of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with a double dose of Chamberlain's Remedy i Strong Evenly,

t I tried it, and after using two small Stomach and Liver Tablets and by its The Children's FavoriteCURES Are Sure Fire,

y l bottles I am completely cured." Thia!! liberal use soon completely knocked out '- tr

i remedy is intended especially for coughs the grip." Sold by all druggists and Coughs, Colds, Croup and Will Stand Reloading. .(

and colds. It will loosen and relieve a medicine dealers. Whooping Cough.
severe cold in less time than by any other This remedy It famont for its cure over They Always Get The (j
alsrge part of the civilized world. It can
,.. t treatment and is a favorite wherever its 1 1I C.a.STOn. always be contains no
: Bain tie 01to KM Haw Always Botght opium or other harmful drug and may be ii.'t meeJ
excellence has become known. 23. (
I.t superior given as confidently to a bbby at to an adult : For Sale Everydvrl trw
i For sale by all druggists and medicine 8i&utm ; Price 25 eta; Large Size, 5O ctn.rrrw :: .
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a* Well as Men .;

4 de Miserable by E
-0.: ey Trouble. Trip to Pole.
Word comes from Paris that the
i members of the Wellman north pole "
!: preys upon the mind dis expedition are completing the preparation 1
lessens ambition;beauty vigor of the bal-

f;'' and disappear cheerfulness when the soon kid loon Americaand s

neys are out of order will shortly
c leave for Spitz-
or diseased.
Kidney trouble has bergen. The

become so prevalent airship has been The Kind You Hare which
Always Bought, and has been,
I that it is
uncommonfor entirely reconstructed -
in use for over 30 has borne the of .
a child to be born has years, signature .
E?afflicted with weak kid motors and and has been made under his personal -
=- neys. If the child urinates i t
supervision since Its infancy.
possesses a lift cMr-
too often, if the
the flesh ing power of Allow no one to deceive you in this. '
or if,when the child
when it should be able to 19,500 pounds.Mr. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but

It Is yet afflicted with Wellman, Experiments thai trifle with and endanger the health of .:.
depend upon it. the cause of the leader of the Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment. z-
Is kidney trouble and the first expedition ex-
: be towards the treatment of pects to sail for .
organs. This unpleasant the United What is CASTORIA
to a diseased condition of the Walter Wellman.
bladder and not to a habit as States shortlyto
suppose. attend to some business matters, aft- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Ofl, Paregoric .
well as men are made mis- er which he will return to Spitzbergen. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It -
kidney and bladder trouble, where the balloon will be thoroughly contains neither Opinm, Morphine nor other Narcotic :
the same tested, and If Is '
great remedy. everything satisfactoryIt
s }
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Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
the Immediate effect of Is Intended to make the start for the
: and allays Feverishness. It Diarrhoea and Wind;
S Is soon realized. It is sold pole about Aug. 1. cures
in fifty- Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand
The Cause of Earthquake.
dollar Flatulency. assimilates the Food, regulates the ,
have I In a paper recently published by the
r Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep ,
: by mail American Philosophical society Professor
}. tell- HOB. ' it. including many of the atory at Mare island dissents from
# testimonial letters received the theory quite common among scientists GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
cured. In Dr. Kilmer
that earthquakes are caused by
: N. Y.; be sure and
the subsidence of rock faults in theeartb.s Bears the of
paper. Signature _
strata. Professor See's
- opinionis
3r I any mistake but remember that these disturbances are caused .
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
: address, Binghamton N. \.. by the explosive power of steam from
; I within or Just beneath the earth's 4
:c crust the generation of this steam be-
York Quotations. ing chiefly due to leakage from the # ..
ocean beds. As proof of this theory he

;i the New quotations York market on Florida are cites the fact that most violent earth- The KM You Have Always Bought

R F; Packer of Saturday: deep quakes seas.occur In, lands bordering on -

ta Florida oranges IS In Use For Over 30 Years.
I Supplies are light and re-
i I MISCELLANEOUS I THC enrruin CO..A.Y. h IIU"IUIY.mere, Mtw von*em.SBAB .
{ growing smaller each week. .

> Rivers are selling at
r ; russets, $2.50 to $3.25;' Programme of Peace Conference.

Other The Russian ambassador at Wash .. .H_ __ __ ______ __
to $3.50. grades
ington has transmitted to Secretary of
$2 up. I State Root the message from the czar's

.1, sells readily when fancy i government containing the reservations -
t "1 size. The range Is made by the various powers invited 9ARD
, 550. Large sizes are in to participate in The Hague con- rr l

I g : ) Receipts keep up re fert-nee-that is. the amendments each
f Solid cars continue to has made to the original programmeas ATRT.TTTE T?,..A.TT:'.WAY-
announced by Russia at the time
t ; advices from -FOR-
the meeting was proposed.
weeks past to the effect
Dowie Estate to the Church. Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
t all the fruit was mar ,
The will of John Alexander Dowie,
auction Tuesday a lot ol .
I as filed at Waukegan 111. leaves almost Richmond Washington, Baltimore.
j, r&i of grapefruit sold at a range his entire estate, the value of
"', $5.75. which Is clouded by litigation to his Philadelphia, New York,

:.4 are very scarce. They I self appointed successor as head of the

: to $2 per half box. church which he founded John \. TWO ELEGANT .., DAILY.
I ,; Wednesday was very firm Lewis, with direction that the funds '
t'u. be used for church extension. The
: stock. Receipts were light : : .
" widow receives only the legal dower, ,
j were made as high as $3.50. and the son, Gladstone is cut off with

t ;' stock, however, was too $10. PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. t}
to $2.50. The
i above $2 Ex-Speaker Grow Dead.

, firmer by Friday. Galusha A. Grow, for more than a ONLY LJNE: I t

. i were firm for fancy. sell- generation one of Pennsylvania's lead- Operating Daily Through! Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eane.
. t- to $4. ing Republicans and who was speaker)

Is coming poor. Some car of the national house of representa- For full information and sleeper reservations!! call on any Seaboard agent, or
.; -: scarcely brought freight tves: from 1SG1 to 1St 3. died at his write to

1 _i." large crates sold around home in Montrose I'a_ on March 31. A. O..MACDONELL, S. C. nOYI TOY, Jr.,

r $2.25 was top. The Pennsylvania Legislation. Asst. General Passengergent., Passenger: Agent. t.

prevailing through the The Pennsylvania house passed the JACKSONVILLE\ ,

". caused the stock to de trolley freight bill gave the osteopathsrecognition
as a practicing school of
transit. Friday receipts
In medicine and passed the Initiative and
heavy, much stock showing referendum bill unanimously. The
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temporarily held up by the influence -
S of Republican leaders. ---1Q--
tomatoes are arriving freely 1
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' from $1.50 to $3, with some Another Roosevelt Attack.
f ti; stock bringing $3.25. New Attorney General McCarter of NewJersey Wedding

S .g are very discriminating. in a speech to the lawyers'club

: )' want is a round, smooth, of Trenton Wednesday charged
tomato. Tomatoes ol that President Roosevelt makes his l InvitationsAnnouncements l ll
appointments to the federal judiciaryconUngl'nt
a would readily sell for $3.25
the appointees
upon prom-
110 It seems that most of the ising to favor certain Interpretationsof l l
I \\ are raising Homer's the laws. ]

'f M J I While this tomato may pro Two Cent Fares In Minnesota.

its appearance does Governor Johnson of Minnesota has fJ VISITING CARDS f
: its sale. signed the two cent railway fare bill
'.. have been having a slow and the law will go Into effect May t. tJ I and all kinds of il .1

$1.23; to $2.25.! 1
beans were firmer under l
"My dear old mother, who is now Address
They sold from $2.50 '"?
eighty three years old, thrives on E'eo

\' +1. are poor. They have tric Bitters," writes W. B. Brnnson, of J I THE H.Y. B. DREW CO. l
Dublin, Ga. "She has taken them fur .
with a slow sa'e around
about two years and enjoys an excellent\

all Florida peas show up That's appetite the, feel way strong Electric antll'leel's.n"Bitters! aftwt the 1 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I Il 4

sell from $1 to $2.
1 aged, and the same happy re-ult! follow"

_. been bringing $1 to $1.25 in all cases of female weakness and JK-n 1 KODAKS AND SUPPLIES 11

crates. eral debility. Weak; puny children, too, l .

Don't what Put you Off can do today. are greatly also strengthened for stomach, liter by them.ami kidney Guaranteed .n.l"r..... ... '_......._. _._",".. ,"' :''"_"'\--........_"v.-- ,.. -..t._.._"_, ...t"J...-.r---_..,_"'..\..,-. -.J "

I off buyinira! bottle of Bal- troubles by Red Cro s Fharmacj. ;3K\(

r.iniOlt"n"II." .-n that pain
won't have l a bottle The InterestIs
any ny Do not borrow
Do You Want to Know All About the
positive cnre for rheumatism too high-Dallas News.

'r !, sprains, contracted muscle I ?,
,. Graham, Prairie Grove, Ark.,
\\Wi to thank, you for the your cough is only in the throat and does

I received from Snow Lini not trouble YOU now, don't think that it Especially regarding; Fruit Growing,Trucking and t

po!iti\ely cured me of rheuma needs no attention. When it has not had General Farming? If so, subscribe for the._........ '

others had failed Sold by much of a start is the time to check it. FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKEE.
Pharmacy. The slightest tough easily leads to pneumonia -

.S*r O XL X.a.. bronchitis and consumption. A PRICE.V) CENTS PER XSUM..
/ its*"*Yoa Marl A1a>s Botllt bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. --VMPLE COPY FREE.
cure that cough. The price puts it within MIRY L. P.ROWV..-inna Manaser: : M. .\na 11<;tine, Fla ,
'd the reach of all. Sold by all druggists. E. V. I5HCKMAN. Editor Mum*, 1'U.

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K ; 8. J THE FLORIDA STAR. :; FRIDAY, APRIL 12. 1907 '
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i.1:!u ;j.. r FSiNK LlPP-PractlealShoemaker, Forty 1 1J" ] Mr. Brady Bower is now our postmaSter 1:" JAMESPBTTCHABD.President. W.M.BROWN,Viee-Preddent.
JaIl aU kind of repairing WINSTON 8.BBANNIXO. Cuhiei. .
0 experience; .
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: $>. (14'} 3>> done,nice Md cheap; also ladies'and men's and, for the present, Mr. -

J" -t,Jff; ",. hoes made to order White is helping him out. Mr..B. I For theChildren K
: is an old hand at thepostoffice work, Indian River State Bank-
t \;-;.; 0 "con N TY I attends to affairs with care and dispatch -
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and it is "no trouble to show

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"" : The Wallace boat Maine Authorized Capital, $100,OOU; Paid np Capital, $25,000; Average Deposits, $200,000- -
,,.. ,.'.-'<,:''"., i. in i j' was severely TRANxUrTS A ""
Mares handled by the "blow" in To succeed these days I
) : Little Happenings That Help to you
r I Mosquito lagoon last week, being
must have plenty of grit, coure General Business
"_ ,.;-: Up the' Weekly leispaper : blown aground. The women folks with Banking
How is it
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".. J!:' ,"', '. COCOA the children? Are they thin, LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK os THE K1VEK .
; \ "'-.4 boat sustained no injury and is now
.. i. ,-.-, Mrs. Dick LaRoche, of Courtenay, outside bound north. pale, delicate? Do not forg tAyer.s Exchange (ought and sold on all foreign countries IMnmagc Hppretiated. ,.,.
You Prompt pemcv. polite treatment an.l..v..ry favor consistent
1 T came across'the river last Friday. Mrs. Wm. McKeown, who has Sarsaparilla. with con.wri alive Banking gnuiUdCORREPOXDEXTS.

.1.7< ." y ; Miss Agnes Hatter was the guest spent sometime with her son Arthur know it makes, the blood pure : ,, .
< of Miss Evelyn. Travis,over Sunday. and family,has returned to her homein and rich, and builds up Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, New York City;The Atlantic National Bank t

Mrs. A. M. Wesson spent the day Dennison, Ohio. Mrs. McKeowncame g.nrJ 1 health in every way. of JiickHimillr, Jacksonville, Florida 4

t with Mrs. Adam S. Dixon Thursday. to Rockledge convalescent af- II'"'ec-t.U"ptI...'Co.I....SeannMpntihltbstonw-..are ii|'r..prrr...i.litwniion II"'tbI .orr TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.E. .
Mrs. A. B. Carter, of Georgiana, ter a long siege of grip, but our cli- ..:..'e.any of;..;.t'1e.A by J trgetahlesag.rtaatcd.. c iiir small Ginire........ ,

."' was a passenger on Tuesday's steamer. mate has 0 restored her to perfect --;-=0:13.-t4.C.1. 'P'P('0,.. ..n.KUI.. L. BRADY & BRO.
health. Also m&:) HIU'.r..e j
I .. Axarl.J .9 ftAl100R.. t.
:f /;/. Miss Annie Norwood,of Titusville, NI i k lirMilttche rr'snUr limn a derange- .t?1. AT..E CtPE.CH : '
..'I has been visiting her sisters Mrs.J.F. '''''IL fir I..tar FtiuiMtti and is cured byI'limnlx ..
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** *t pntllill
s >' Mitchell. rialiiM Si ni handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Hapee'Fertilizers. We deal rxclnaiYely
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Iris :000,1.1! t '-V all .iriijjjj-t: and media in the above lines of goods. and solicit the trade of all consumers Write all for prices on
::, .' Mr. and Mrs. C.. Aldrich and Charlie ,.in.-d.-*!..r-. Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station.. E. L.BRADY& BRO.,TITu VILLK.Ft*. '
tr- ;'; ', are enjoying a beach outing at -
:. The launch Lee carried a party of
4t Oceanus. INDIANOLAThe
the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Harry S.J.N"OR.TON" II
s ;, Mr. Will Hall, tax assessor of our song service was much enjoyed Hodgson over to the ocean beach "

4 r.county, was around our vicinity as- on Sunday evening.We Hay, (
Tuesday. Among those on board Staple and Fancy Groceries p ruduce'ofiall:; : Kinds, .
this week. ,
hear rumors of wedding bells this comfortable vessel we noticedMr.

.fff Messrs. W. Smelt, H. Miller and ringing joyfully ere very long, the and Mrs. Geo. W. Hopkins, of VEGETABLES SPECIALTY

r Roy Trafford leave on Saturday fora contracting parties being resident in Bear Lake, Mich.; Mrs. Harry Hodgson TItu.s'V1.11e.: i s F or:1da.J. : .

trip to Oceanus.Mr. our midst. the Misses Anna and Minnie

Chittenden is having the Bishop i Mr. James Shepherd, after a very Danforth, of Olean, N. Y.; Miss LORILLARD. JR. LEON 8. WILSONLORILLARD

+1. cottage, which he recently pur- !short visit to his mother, Mrs. J. L Bessie ,Hodgson and Dr. Sarah C. BOAT CO. tJ

chased, renovated. Crawford, returned to his home in Hodgson, of Eau Gallic; Miss Agnes
4 4 \ 0. K.. Key was under the weather Scranton, Pa., the last of the week. Hopkins, of Michigan, and number Tittishrillo, 3Ploxlda.

r, several days this week, but is able ton The dance on Tuesday evening in .of gentlemen. The party returned Engines Installed and Repaired by Expert Gasoline EngineersAgents .

attend to business again. the club house much enjoyed by to Eau Gallie about 5 p. m. with a
was for Termaat&Mnnahaa motors.Moore motors, Hartford motors,
r We enjoyed a refreshing rain last our young folks. The weather being I fine collection of shells, etc., gathered and District Agents for the Lathrop motorAgents

Monday night. It was much heavier rather cool was a great benefit to the on the beach. for the

{, north of Cocoa than south. dancers.

1 The business house of J. M. San- Messrs. J.'R. Miot, T. S. Sanders MELBOURNE Original T & M Reversible 1
rains which much
ders has been treated to some repairs and J. E. Field went to Titusville by Delightful were

3 Lt and is now in the hands of the painters. launch Saturday, thence by rail Sun- needed, have greatly benefitted trees MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES
and vegetables.Miss .
day to Geneva to be present at the ]
May Valentine and niece, Thoroughly covered by patentsThe
Miss Grace Nichols is in charge oft unveiling of the monument erectedto I
the late Jim Prevatt by his broth- Miss Amelia Ballou of Bayonne
the express office again. Miss Grace'sfriends Engine that Runs Without Repairs
Woodmen.. Plantation, Tillman, were pleasant
are pleased to sae her here ---- j
again. On Sunday morning a very good visitors in Melbourne Wednesday. These motors are safe and reliable and

l Mr. A. H. Trafford made a trip tot congregation met to listen to the Messrs. Claude Beaujean and ran be operated by alcohol or kerosene :
farewell sermon of Mr. Catterall, W. N. Welch are making some valu-
1 his.grove at Georgiana Tuesday to with as good results as by using gasolineA.a.JNE
able improvements the home of
-} see about the shipping of his ort who has been with us all winter, his: on
wife and he having made many: Mrs. C. A. Horton, which was badly : : B.A.JL"VV: SY -J

: anges. friends and also improved in health. damaged by fire some weeks ago. (refnl attention given to
Miss Mary Wittfeld, of Georgiana, \
is visiting friends in Rockledge and They regretted to go north Mondaybut :Mrs. Henry Rounge and daughter, LAUNCHES STORED FOR THE SUMMER

trust to come again. Mrs. Theo. Weisse, of Indianapolis,
: enjoying Capt. Coggin's automobile who *have been pleasant guests of
4 this week.
EAU GALLIE Hotel Carleton for the past two

; .. The members of the Cocoa Beach Showers the week. winters for '
during past left on :Monday points
association held a business meeting \ FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
Mrs. McNab left for Youngstown, north. HAY, GRAIN, FRESH FRUIfS AND VEGETABLESWe
at the residence of
t, Monday night 0., on Tuesday last. The handsome yacht Lida, with bay as low as poscible an J sell for cash l ; therefore call the cbt'aJJt'tL
Mr. A. G. Wienberg. Look over our stock and get our prices before baying
S Mr. and Mrs. Reber left for Upper Mr. Carter and party, of Jackson- Comer Main and Hopkins irwts
1 dance
The folks enjoyed a
young Sandusky, 0., on Tuesday. ville on board, anchored at Mel- t
in Adam S. Dixon's packing house GIBC.::. :o:332: TJHC cfe 00.,
bourne several of this week.
on Saturday night. Mr. Frank Sams Shells are plentiful on the beach TITUSVILLE, FLOUII
since the blow of week. The party are delighted with Mel-
heavy last --
furnishing the music with his Victor -- --
machine. The J. F. P., owned by Powell of VICTOR
j t Mrs. E. J. Ferguson, mother of T m1' ,,
Waukegan, was on Hodgson's ways
,_t i Mr. Chas.Schoonmaker has resigned Mr. John Ferguson, proprietor of 'IJ Machines and
this week. "C
the position of postmaster at the Hotel Carleton, left here Monday )\" ,
Rockledge office. Mrs. Schoon- Mr. Sarell, of Jacksonville, has
Records sold (the
night, accompanied by her niece, by
j i Ida
,,' maker is visiting her parents, Mr. hauled out his houseboat Queen Miss Carrie McLaughlin, for their
? and Mrs. A. Dyal at Sharpes.ROCKLEDGE on Alex Near's point.
homes in Covington, Ky. INDIAN
Fire burned up to the south line of
t f.. Melbourne still holds a number of '
Eau Gallie on Monday. It was only ; Maettr>+ ks TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA I
her winter guests who are loath to
t' Linn Aiken will build a four room stopped by the river.
J leave our interesting little town some
: ; # cottage on his new lot on Rockledge K. M. I. at I
.. Letters from the Lyn of them intend spending the summer
avenue. arrival of WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT >
the safe
Ky., report
months with us, to them we extend a
1- Dad Smith has his new house on home.
: the cadets at their Kentucky
welcome. will find Tr;y sivf
warm They they BTiHtliiymf; tsr fKffa =m
Rockledge avenue well along toward Capt.Symmonds,of Kenosha Wis.,
can keep cooler here than in a large

completion. has housed his sloop, the Mattie H., city-always cool nights. 500 Barrels will be received in the next

..:0. Mr. L. de Give and Mrs. Harrine with C. G. Redstone for the summer. 60 days. Costs a little more than other ce-
r and daughters have returned to their
,., Wild ducks are still plentiful in but is better.
Atlanta home. Spend a Pleasant ment, fEAST
our harbor, also a flock of pelicans

Mr. Blakeslee and family have have taken up their quarters in the : : alf Hour COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
closed their place and returned to harbor.

their Connecticut home. BniMers') Material
Dealer in Lumber and
Commodore Carr and family left

i The weather of the past few day for Charleston, W. Va., on Saturdaylast. Eau Gall ie, Florida.

has been ideal; low temperature, Mr. Carr has a pleasant homeon ,

bright sunshine and no 'skeeters. our harbor and a fast launch.
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; Mr. L. Griffith leaves for Providence "III'IIIII.rrr.IIIIIII'lllllllrllr.rllll'lrllrl" I
We are sorry to learn of the illnessof ,

'4 t this week. He is about the Mrs. Chas. Snodgrass, of Youngs- t

,'* last of the regular annuals to leave. town, 0. Mrs. Snodgrass is a sisterof I

t p :Mr. Albert Graham and family! of Mrs. McNab, of Crag Ailsa, one (PANY ookfa*WALL rrer tits PAPER HENRY samples BOSCH at COM.roar The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Go.

Crafton, Pa., who have been here of the show places of Eau Gallie. own borne-vittinff comfortably ia jour I
ewyduurl You can make a bettor selection
for some weeks journejed northwardon W. T. Wells, of chautauqua fame, that way than by ranching: tores
You ... U. whol kae-the very latest MACHINE SHOPS
Saturday. r was in Eau Gallie Saturday last. design*-the lot.Best tints and richest .
The electrical storm of Monday Mr. Wells has just returned from a color cfftcta.Including Imported pattern
Everything rood u waD papers in tbIf .
; night was a beautiful sight, but, Unfortunately tour of }his properties south of this Bo.c>
J no more than a suspicion point. He made the trip in his new New.York-Queao ramawt. tea prices.--you pt the lowest Plumbing and Metal Work I

I' of rainfell. houseboat. WW call with Beet Samples
7 any boar TM name. Look
Miss Florence Hutchinson who Friday at 5 the 5th inst the them rer U rear he Zt'.content
a. m., -act tbs Mast obligation to BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
.1 1 spent the winter here, has returned special train of the K. M. I. pulledout ha ttrtag T. Us&wc If* MIl' west Wall at,...._..-. ,

to her home in Marietta, Ga. Miss of Sarno. The boys got away so

5 H. has rare ability as a pen and pen- quietly that few were up to see them V. W. ELDRED Agricultural Implements

' 4 cil artist. off. The cadets will be missed and

<:I' .. Earl Ranch has moved his photo their return will be eagerly looked The Dp-to-Date Painter and Decorator SANFORD FLORIDAwmmMW..NmM"'WNN.W"Y.wmMY.

: establishment to Cocoa for the summer for. Cadets and officers have all ,

'0 .'" where he will do portrait work made sincere friends in Eau Gallie Scrimgeoar Building

for the lads and lasses. since their arrival amongst us. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA lL I

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