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 19, 1907


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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REEK FOR GENTLEMENWe I L.Hundreds.of Douglas, the merchants famous shoe asked man W., AT KLINE'SBargains AND PERSONALS

i' to manufacture ladies' shoes, and I '
;1f" cordially invite you to call have been one of the first of the for- ia Every Department

:: Pertaining to Events and examine the handsome new tunate ones to secure them in addi- MONDAY APRIL '
Pungent Motes spring styles for 1907. I 22,1907.We Something About the People of r Titus- .
tion to other lines. I would just
'f i"r Transpiring About Ton Just in; fresh from the makers; like for my you to see a Douglas ladies' are constantly trying to increase Tille as They Come and Go ,
they have been carefully tailoredto our business and we are proud
-t #'f New Victor records for April atJi patent leather oxford for $2.50. Commodore J. H. Allen of the 3
our special order from the They are really better than anything to say that we have accomplished ,

't- .Indian River Music House. most approved designs and all that has ever been made. I larger results than we even expected.We Halifax River Yacht club, Daytona,
1";"" Go to Branning's for your.straw are of a style and attractivenessnever Gun meW oxfords also$2.50. Every attribute this enormous increaseto was in town Tuesday and Wednes
before seen in readytowear the following:
the latest line shown in this pair has the price stamped uponit
hat, city.
clothes for Now is Good and
careful and
men. if it wasn't would value them buying to day.Mr.
'b, 50 cents to $3.00. the time to look them over, while $3.50., you our motto, "the better the grade, H. Q. Hawley, who has been '

i' Mr.John H.Sams and nephew, Mr. the stock is complete. Also a Douglas in vici kid, patent the bigger the trade." 2Iind( for a number of years, is now

W. F. Santa, of Courtenay, paid THESTAR. WINSTON S. BRANNING. leather tip, for $2.00, and you know We have the reputation of carrying living in Daytona, where he will re-
Titusville Florida. is If not satisfactory the snappiest,most up-to-date goods,
every pair guaranteed. -
r office a. shorl.fall Wednesday_ main this summer.
----- ----- --- and putting forth effortto
we are
your money is refunded. I every
1f: improve our styles and quality Miss Jessie Dodson left the
laundry basket will close Tuesday One Month More Cutting JULIUS KLINE, ntusvme. I "Land

morning at 9:30. No package put 'Phone No: 8. each season. of Flowers" for Hendersonville, in
Only 1,600 feet of land now Our shirt waists this season: To
separates -
in after that time. G. L. Manda- the "Land of the Sky, on Wednesday -
them is to them. The
the Matanzas and Halifax rivers appreciate see
vflle. and within the next month this LATEST NEWS prices range from $1.00 to $1.98 and [ to visit her sister, Mrs. F. S. f

,= Mrs. W. D. G. Wine and two child- sizes from 32 to 44. It would take a Thomas.[ '
will be cut through by the dredgeat
ren left Monday for Waukeenah, whole column of this newspaper to Mr. M. Neenan of Kingston who
work. Next winter will see a AND INCIDENTS describe all the styles and designswe
r and as soon as school closes Prof. had of the work
charge of laying
great travel of small yachts to Mi- have in wash goods. I would be

Wine will join them. ami by the inland water way affordedby safe in saying there is not a store heavier track on the Sanford branch,
Personal Paragraphs About People that anywhere that has a better selectionof this work
s Mrs. Amy A. Monroe, who was the East Coast canal. As soon as completed last week and
Travel Here and There these goods.As left at for
called to Atlanta several weeks ago once Ormond.
the.cut is finished between the Hali- for laces and embroideries,you

by the illness of her cousin, returned fax and Matanzas the dredge boat Mr. Geo. E. Pritchett returned can find the daintiest and nobbiest Mrs. C. A. Krulder spent from I

home Tuesday afternoon.Mr. will be put at work digging on the home Wednesday night. patterns that are made at our store. Saturday until Monday with friendsat

and Mrs. W. M. Prindle It is rather early to talk about Indianola in with Rev. '
expect shoals which have formed in the old You should see the beautiful line company
remnants, but have sold enough
to leave in two or three days of the canal. Wm. Stones and wife, Sunday being
:, of summer suits, Schloss Bros make, goods to have a quantity of lawn and
for their home Huntington, W. now on exhibition at Branning's. batiste remnants on hand ranging in Mr. Stones' appointment at Indian-

Va. They are returning north a lit- Death of O. K. Wood quantity from 3 to 10 yards.
i Conductor B. P. Wall is ola.The
now on
tle earlier than usual this spring. Orville Kempton Wood died at the As for notions, our stock has never handsome auxiliary schooner
the Sanford branch. He expects been complete.Mail .
,1? Mr. and'Mrs.. L. W. Battenfield, residence of his brother, Albert G. Mrs. Wall and son here in a week or orders promptly filled on any yacht Mallard, of Oak Hill, Capt. '

? of Delaware, Ohio, were northward H. Wood, in West Chazy, N. Y., on of the above goods. Allen, was at this place Tuesday re-

; bound last Saturday from their winter the 5th day of April, 1907, age 80 so.Miss H. W. Brown, who has been JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. turning to Mosquito lagoon from 2'

z home in Rockledge, stopping off years. He was one of the seven sons assistant at the postoffice during 'Phone No. 8. Hobe Sound, where Capt. Allen hasa

at several places en route. We expect of Amasa and Ruhamah Wood, who Postmaster Taylor's vacation, expects fine young orange grove.

to see.them on Indian river who were among the early settlersof to leave for the north today. I Sudden Death of XL E. English Chairman E. B. Arnold, of the

f again early in the fall. the town of Chazy. Capt. R. C. May, of Miami, form- i Another of the early settlers of county school board, and Supt. J. R.

is the Many of the earlier years of his I Brevard county has passed to the Walker left for
The Brevard Fish Co. style erly a resident of Rockledge, has Tuesday morning .. _
of a new fish firm that started up at active business life were spent in been given the rank of major on the I Great Beyond this week in the deathof Tallahassee to attend the meeting of '

V: West Chazy in extensive mercantile M. E. English, one of the oldest the school board
this place the first of this week, hav- staff of Confederate Division Com- officials in that city .

ing secured the fish house formerly and manufacturing pursuits with his mander Jewell. residents of Titusville, who died suddenly from Tuesday until this Friday.

I used by the Cooperative Fish Co. father and his brothers, where he I Tuesday afternoon of heart The largest stock of shoes shownon
Miss Annie L. Norwood Sun-
efficient factor in the spent
was an affairs failure.
Mr. A. B. Yelvington is at the head :
I east coast of Florida at Branning'sfor
i'- and wish him of tfie'community. day and Monday at New Smyrna Long back in the early seventies
of this new venture we
men, women and children, in the
with her sister Mrs.J. T. Knox and 1
A number of he removedto :
n success. years ago Mr. English lived in LaGrange after Edwin
Clapp, Queen Quality -
Cocoa, Fla., where he engaged in reports a lovely time while in that which he moved Titusville and
r en-
Fippen Adams, piano tuner, of St. and Irving Drew makes, all the ,
mercantile business, and later on to charming little place. gaged in mercantile business and
ft '" Augustine, will be in Titusville tomorrow latest cuts, pair guaranteed. q
il> j prepared to attend to Stuart, where he engaged in grow- Mr. and Mrs. J. A.Modisette, who was at one time sheriff of Brevard every f

'? professional work, which we cant' ing pineapples and made that his have spent- the winter in their hand- county. For the past few years he The weather has been going from
one extreme to the other this week.
; '" guarantee will be properly attended home. some winter home at Frontenac, was engaged by the Florida Extract

', i.. to. Orders for tuning should be left He had been in failing health for have lately returned to their northern Works, at this place, and in the factory Sunday morning the temperaturewas

r this afternoon at the Indian River years and last summer went back to home in Minneapolis.Capt. of the Manetto Co., at Cape down dangerously near to the 1

- Music House. his native place to see if the changeof Rowe and wife of Chicago. Sable, as foreman of the pan room forties, while Wednesday afternoonit ..
climate might improve his health. succeeded in climbing up to 93. ,
who have spent the season on the for boiling tannic acid.
Dr. J. B. Ross and E. M. Holman,
Still we don't know what an April
. have each He was never able to leave his old lower east coast and at Daytona, At the time of his death Mr. English -
i; of Daytona, bought a shower is this month.
launch, and they are getting themin home. were in town Monday on their return was playing a game of cards in 1
He leaves daughter Mrs. Knoch Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Berge, Mr.
readiness to take a cruise to Ti- to Daytona on a houseboat.We one of the fish houses on the city
and brother Albert to Eugene Berge and Miss Mabel Berge
one mourn
dock with some friends. He expired
j tusville. Mesdames Ross and Hol- are informed that scrub fire
. him. His funeral was held at the without giving a word of warning, left Monday for New Smyrna,where ,
man will their husbands. destroyed the grove and buildings
house where he died on Sunday, the death being almost instanter. The they will spend one month ere returning -
at Tillman a few days which
F Mr. Prindle went to Daytona yesterday : ago are
7th inst. and in of to their home in Adelphia,
was charge funeral arrangements were taken in
to the above party owned by Judge D. L. Gaulden, of
Northern Light Lodge, F. & A. M., Indian River of N. J. This was their third season
charge by Lodge,
f to this place via launch. this place, who is now in the north.
where Mr. Wood was made a Mason which he was a member, and he was spent in Titusville and we hope to

.." The yawl Trochee, of Stuart,stop- more than forty years ago. The yacht Anita, which has beenon buried Wednesday afternoon with see them here again in the fall Mi
ped at this place Monday with the Biscayne bay the past season,
i Mr. Stanley Kitching, and masonic ceremonies in Titusville cem-
t owner, Residence For Sale owned by Mr. Cunningham, of Hydroplane Racing Motor Boat
.r. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hancock on etery, the funeral service proceeded -
' I board. They were on a pleasure The Fulton home in South Titus- Maine, stopped at this place last Sat- the burial at his late residence, Vice Commodore D. B. Pritchard, r

t. trip to Daytona and expected to go ville, containing five rooms and attic urday, also the launch Lee S. for Rev. Wm. Stones officiating. of the Indian River Yacht club, of

to St. Augustine by the inside route Apply to Mrs. C. Fulton, Titusville supplies.We .
this place, has been experimentingwith
He leaves a wife, two sons, Jesse
canal been THE
had the completed.
i learn that Mr. E. J. Prae-
' of and Ed English, and daughter the latest freak of motor racing
!' STAR office acknowledges receipt Ruling Adverse to Lake City torius has resigned as second assist- a t
,'1 a pleasant call. They paid the stores Mrs. Allie Chastain, the wife and boat, known as the hydroplane, so
James W. Locke in the J
Judge house
) ant at Cape Canaveral light ,
i of Titusville a high compliment. sons resident of this place, and the that Titusville is right up-to-date on
United States circuit court has handed and that Mr. Floyd Quarterman has
daughter living in Jacksonville. this line. The craft is supposed to
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES down an order dismissing the bill applied for the position. Mr. Prae-
raise out of the water when
Deceased about 65 of up
Elastic! sectional! book casesI1AWKES in the suit of the city of Lake Cityvs. torius will probably devote his timeto was years
glasses, spectacles forced by power and fly along almost
!.: age.
the board of education the
state his
House and boat paint, PARIAH orange grove. like a flying fish. Mr. Pritchard has
Edison and dry batteries and state board of control, et. al.
The saw mill erected by the Titus- Card of Thanks '
r not yet perfected his new racing
: supplies for the Edison I
This order marks the of
Persian lawn 25 cents and India linon ending ville Lumber Co. for the purpose of Mrs. M. E. English returns sincere machine, but when that is accomplished r !

i.. Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 the hard fight to stop the removal cutting lumber for the large mill at thanks to the many friends who were he expects to make anywherefrom
of the University of Florida from so kind with their assistance at the ;
this place was started up for the first! fifteen miles r
I to twenty-five -
Notes time of the death and burial of her: an e
{ Lake City to Gainesville, a fight that time Tuesday afternoon. Capt. Jas. ,
late husband, Capt. M. E. English. i hour with a motor developing 16 h.p.
4 Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at r has, at every turn, been marked by Pritchard, president of the Indian I

.% LaGrange at 11 a. m. Sunday,and at rulings favorable to Gainesville and River State bank, had the honor of. Free Art Exhibit This Afternoon I FOR SALK CHEAP FOK CASH.
Titusville at 7:30 p. m. I
adverse to Lake City. starting the machinery up for the: I Abont 8J acres of good high land on
.. Rev. W. F. Allen will fill the pulpit There will be an art exhibit at the!
side of the Indian river
.. Methodist church next The fight began in the state courts first time. the m!'t or ocean
at of the Progressive Culture rilkd follows Lot
: rooms .al the Narrows as :
d Sunday, Apr. 21st; both morningand and Lake City losing there, was car- Club this Friday afternoon from 1 to(1 No. 3, section 35, also! lot No. 3, section
evening at the usual hour. Sunday ried into the United States courts. Accident on the Dredge Allen ::36, in township 31 south, range 39 east.

''t school at regular hour, 10 a. m. Here, as in the state courts, the I An explosion Monday on the 4 o'clock. i i This i land is unimproved hot finely lo-
The General Federation of \Vomen's cated. For furthei particulars address
W. Allen I
dredge George engagedin
board of control won, and the University -i
f GUN REPAIR SHOP the extension work on the Florida Clubs sends out under its aus-i' E. M. Lew
of Florida remains at Gaines- Brockton,Mass.
y ;t Send Your guns for repairs to Henry East Coast railway at Key West pices a beautiful art exhibit consist-'i
All work thoroughly done ville, its present home.It .
i Benerke. caused the death of two Spaniards,
of well known New Photo j
v ing pictures by artistsof Penny Gallery
's in the breech tightened equal
loose is and
Guns regarded as exceedingly un- Jose Anido and Manuel Agras I
i :; to new, also guns stocked and shotguns Fla. likely that any further fight will be injured eight others. Four of the New York, St. Louis, Boston, 25 photos for 25 cents. Kodak fin- \

: i. rebored, etc. H. Benecke, Titnsville. made to compel moving the univers- injured were badly scalded on the'Washington and Philadelphia.The ishing a specialty. Julia street, Ti- l

hands and face. A tube in the boiler collection also contains original -: tusville.t .
I ity-back to Lake City.
burst, the escaping steam blowing t
etchings by old masters loaned by
t Draving or hauling:of all kinds prompt. the furnace doors and throwinglive Dress Making Parlors
ay attended to., Meets all trains. Stove I Call at Titnsville Livery, at rear of open Albert Roullier, of Chicago.No I'
J coals and steam on the two men I Mrs. C. A. Krolder has
for dressmaking
-wood for eale at all times Robbins' law office, stylish rigs. admission will be and opened
H. E. HOLTOS, I Leave your orders for hauling, both doable who were killed. Those injuredwere charged parlor In THE STIR building, y '
;, Tituaville, Fla. and single. J. M.Oban, proprietor. asleep at the time. the general public is cordially invited.iIii ..ground floor. Trimming hats a specialty.


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flame produced by .

Q any stove. This is

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tu :J gives the instant a
lighted match is a }

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| "We' deplore the. evils arising from I COMMERCIALInsurance I trouble no soot no
; I SCIENTIFIC the abuse of alcoholic beverages but it ,

is obvious that there is nothing however dirt. For cooking,theT'mi

>-t y I 'beneficial which does not by en- Ballot Forgeries.
t ..." Heart Movement. Photographed.: '
sI A report from London states that cess become injurious." The International Policy Holders' PERFECTION

1 x dentists have succeeded by the combined committee now charge that the officers
y' of the Mutual and New York Life have
use of the X rays and the cinematograph -
in taking photographs of I EDUCATIONALDay I perpetrated wholesale forgeries of bal-

w the actual movements of the Internal lots in order to get an apparent majority I Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove

basing the charges on the bal-
? organs like the heart and lungs and on College Depravity.

_: these movements can be reproducedon Chancellor Day of Syracuse university lots declared void by the state Insur- is unequaled. It gives quick results because its

a screen after the manner of mov addressing the New York Methodist ance department. heat highly concentrated. Cuts fuelexpensein

lug pictures. Medical men believe that conference, urged that the college Coastwise Lines Harmonized.The !
'? this will prove of great value In diagnosing presidents of the country get togetheron prospect of a rate war betweenthe two. Made in three sizes. Every

cases of lung' and heart disease. some plan of excluding all students Morse steamship lines and those of stove warranted. If not at your deal

."i: Ptary to Try Again., i who are known to use intoxicating liq- the New York New Haven and Hartford er's write to our nearest agency.

-T. t Robert E. Peary, the arctic explorer. uors or tobacco or to indulge in vices. has been removed by the steps ,

+T has received from the navy department lIe said he would not mention names taken toward a traffic agreement which The is the best

}' leave of absence for two years to enable but that they all knew of the depraved would result In uniform rates for the RaVOLamp lamp for

.K ':I. him to make another dash forthe conditions and the scenes of debauchery entire coastwise trade. all-round household use. .

north pole. He'Is said to have raised in many of our universities. He Panhandle' Annual Report. Made of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled.
need& to the for one believed that the first respon-
the $200,000 equip expe
The report of the Pittsburg Cincinnati constructed absolutely safe unexcelled
,:; dltion and Intends to start in the sum- sibility was not to fulfill the scholastic Chicago and St. Louis railwayfor Perfectly ; ;

mer of 1908 using the same steamer requirements but was to attend to the 1906 shows gross earnings of $34- in light-giving power; an ornament to any room. .
morals of the students. lIe would Every lamp warranted. If not at yourdealers
as on his former trip. During
4S3.G09: ( for the lj()() miles of the roadin
t twenty-six years' connection with the have it so that no immoral student operation. The net earnings were write to our nearest agency.

navy Mr. Peary has been absent on could matriculate and that if he be- $S:35,151: or an Increase of $1,002,936 STANDARD OIL COMPANYUCOKlfOKATEO>
: came immoral after entering college ( )
leave fifteen :
over the preceding year. The total ton-
he should be dismissed. lIe told how
Earth's Unrest Increasing. nage increased more than 13 per cent
in his own university students were ,
", .'' Professor Belar the seismologist director and the passengers more than 3 per .
'' made to feel that they kSzned their
: of the Lalbach observatory who cent. A dividend of 5 per cent on preferred
own dismissals when they entered a
Tm has been comparing the earth shocks and 3 t per cent on common Marne
place of evil resort. lIe believes that
stock was provided and after all oth-
during the first quarter of the present d
one of the best ways of elevating the
with those of 1000. announces er obligations and expenses' were met
year moral tone of college Is Introducing Cill.1l
men by -
t that if the average compromise in the there was a balance of $331,315. '
r coeducation and says that in
'disturbances of the earth's equilibrium Engines
, i practice the), influence of women stu- Loree President of D. and H.
\1- are to be maintained we must await dents who refuse to associate with L. F. Loree who as president of the

..... the earthquakes now due with some men known to be intemperate or immoral Baltimore and Ohio was credited with r +

'; anxiety. is found to have the very best the resurrection of that system from ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPTED r1 4

Serum For Meningitis. results. bankruptcy to a paying basis and whoas -
president of the Rock Island received FOR SATISFACTORYUSE
r Dr. Simon Flexner of the Rockefeller Carnegie Institute Dedicated.The !

dr ;z .. Institute New York city while declining buildings of the Carnegie institute -I I the largest salary ever paid to a IN FLORIDA WATERS IJM.,l
to discuss the reported discovery railroad official $200,000 a year was :;
y a_ of for the of spinal at Pittsburg were dedicated April chosen president of the Delaware and
a serum cure 11, and the work will begin with $4,- Regal Marine Engines rrlr
; &<* meningitis has admitted that experiments Hudson:; Railroad company in succession i
,. 000.000 of Mr. Carnegie's money in
have been conducted to David Wilcox resigned. This !
S very hand this amount having been just Stand for the highest type of 1. -.. r '
change is understood to be of the ,:
: : with the serum in the part ...
successfully added to the previous endowment along '.. mt'rbanicallikill and reliability tt !;'-4 \
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treatment of monkeys although It has policy adopted when the Delaware and J<;Jj They are four cycle, jump L.<' \1'A I, : .n 1 5. 1I.J
with of : to the Carne- e
a gift $2,000.000 1
. .r 'i.y never been tried on a human being. Hudson passed under control of the t spark ignition automobile type cf:! (' h"'
gie Technical schools from the founder. mechanical valve
float fred l
Lackawanna system several months x _
L '\ .
: The Dalai Lama Located. These latent donations bring the total tIf.- carburetor, enclosed crank case, -I: j_' It !!':.c 1
: ago. b steam forced S :
The dalal lama, or leader of the of Carnegie benefaction to nttsburg :i bronzed crank shaft and /_ -r r r-
bearings Have the ::;
I '} Buddhist religion who fled from Lassa up to $23f'OO.OOO. said to be the largest Good Judgmentis F fewest number working parts -, -- .

f on the approach of the ETjglibh expedition amount of money ever given by one the essential characteristic! of men and consistent with a perfect operating I

t which laid bare the secrets of person to one community. Mr. Carnegie woman. Invaluable !.. goal l.usiness I exclusive motor features and many found other I

j S the forbidden Tibetan city some says that he wants the technical men and necessary to Iionsewives; A only in the Regal

months ago, has been located by Dr. schools to take first rank and that he woman shows good judgment: when she THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT 4
Tafei. a German explorer, in a monastery will] spend' 100000.000 If necessary to Ii1
\VIHe's Cream Vermifuge for her Made in three types 11.3 and 5 H. P.
bins single cylinder 8 to 15 13.
at Com make it the greatest of its kind in the double cylinder 30 1I.J. four cylinder ;
bum near the world. The total Income of both Institute baby. The best worm medicine ever offered .i'P.
we also
'- } :.,:,;. Chinese border. and schools I is "to be used for the to mothers Many, indeed), are the from 611, I.manufacture single cylinder a line to 43 of Ii.heavy I', four. slow t'ylindtr.speed workingengines

l He describes the sole purpose of furnishing profitable sen ihle mothers, who. write expre!'sng ice> The hnndreds
many of
Eegal engines
y \ lama as a very pleasure and educational opportunitiesto theIr gratitude for the good health of lint the country are a guarantee of the satisfaction now in operation they through- .
are giving.
k.t ;; mall man of the the masses'* A pension fund I is to their children! which they owe to then

true Tibetan be started at once for the benefit of all e of Wl:He's Cream Vermifuge. Sold] Get a Regal in the BtgiDDing Don't Experiment
type. lie wasmpl'lyed employees.
by all drufrcitt?. Handsome
;' In examining Passing; through; the streets, lined explanatory catalogue mailed free on request.

I I I d J.i :" candiz with a throne of people estimated att3OUU For Over Sixty Years i Regal Gasoline Engine Co.

I. r -dates for the the tront ranks of whom were
/ iof' \' priesthood.These made up of 1.4UU of tin -rt th" students -I Mr*. 'inslo"s' Soothing Syrup has J Cold Water, Michigan

w I,1 ;{;.' with the Mr. Carnegie and his guests:: arrived been used f>r over sixty years by millions a,
i. d attendingpriests : at the plate of t'etlaatKni The of rnotier! for their children while teeth- .... J i
I ;,rs.t,...;. r ._ .
-.4'" were venerable iruuoia er there made a | inj: with perfect success. It soothes: the _&:..... :r:. tk fiF i

\ T squatted' on the notable speech: informal in character i child, softens the gum, a'lay! ail pain,

. J........ .!{ .-: ground while in the oiiirse of which lie disavowed I cures wind colic, and is the best remedy
% the lama walked ..
any credit for lips escin the weak
for diarrhoo. It will relieve the
' I Igorlittlesufererimme.liately. THE SOHMER-CEOILIAN
tandfroamonuThe wbi(>!h. like a modern Vi.nMin' lamp. j PIANO
Dalal Lama them asking ha Iaus.I these ... j Sold hJ drns
ieit lrtlas<< tu an e THE
' questions.' When the answer was m. lie 'IUl''d! his wfe a>; that no'al II uietsinetTpart! of the worl.i. Twentyfive FARRAND-CECILIAN PIANO .

sorted the lama clapped his handover j n>t even h:*\e to rub lie lamp anal rent a tattle. i Be sore and ask for THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO

the speakers' mouth as if to j,..... I adLtiucil that that sized up his lo MtivMi "Mrs. Win'low'thin! ,: Syrup," and

vent him from disclosing; his igranee. ; II'". ei,.lij He also paid a remarkable take no "tb-r| k-ml. Gi.aranttcil under -',>,, ,

5- Dr Tafei I Is said to !Ise tIrc tir.t : tnlmu t> i"n pel William of Uer I the food and drug wt, Jane :TOih, l'KX! :. t. -:": :::";':!.' :; "" -,'. :-" loiU..r ..J.uJi' :::..., w.....' .

''I ;. +.. European who haser sto.Hl face IP ; u..t'J after having; spoken in hi;.;!i Aerial nnn.UrlO'ls.Xcv I r".;.. : .t; f' J "
face with the f f I1.Mbl.rn. I t .. I i ,. \' ,
4' pope praise i nf P.Ni lent IhMrevelt lhkaitr : i I 1 1 -'" .. ,; '
.' Is Alcohol Beneficial i lit- $:ii i !I. !lit re:,mled, as "the Ion': Sl ! ,...;... j I .. Ii .... '.Al. .r.\ij', '1
it 1 A spirited controversy anion: m""!i jI t .:n'."".[ mlIl I.: the \\itria uniay.n<> ul"-e-Iut w'.y: don't you wantto ... It :"I :>;;,.: : : r'
1uland I |: : "ti.I* ii. In hi- |'..\\er h .ln-tate i\eace to take your Inth .lo'ijny! ? I''. -'If1 t t 1 '.. ... ." .P"i 1 ., .. .<.:.. 1 I!
r4.Iatlto the u-e of :1leuwl! I 1.1'' the w ho'!,. \\..1'1.1.- llv added that the Little Jnr.yT1U't. somebody said I""m1 J..... [ I !>\-.. :

the treatment of disease u':s ltd! tn tlu' : wnrl! t w..iiM! knew of war lit inure if the good; die young and I don't want ..."..,","; :1 0 t'I: .," ,'.
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publication in the Lancet of the far-! j the! te.llna; t'llJ IM'mr said the \\orJaj I to take chtnee! Oil I icing drowned t, ,: ft3. .- __ t' __...__..:. .... ''-''''''', ___ :.. "
s lowing statement 4.5gi.oJ! ; )by sixteen l from the ]Inlerest l 11t' was taknu: ill ?l'r.n'btneonx ; t.. \. 't' 7'IrI
The IlajT:" o'lferoine I I; ...1. ; :"' \ (1 .. .: ;:' ( lie
prominent members of the profesMoa i i : )Ir. Carnegie:; ;\.' 4. ) cH! 'tll",,e F.TM .. .
some of them holding high oin' "'i:i! and I I..lit'"i lie fiiteiid"il tt> *ay the xinnLAf .\ (>t) d ios not empty tomorrow of

t educational positions >r HIP !<1''t'hU1:1n'! j the (';tntt-. 4,4" : sorrow": it empties today of its r:: ; l- : 2 ;
I pie partyite.l the art where i
"In view of the statements frequort callery.; I -I"'nth.'r"rI'L.:: : j .
the prize pn turns were mmoimn"1. "
ly made as to present! medical opinion iregarding i ,

: alcohol and alcoholic beverages i follows: First, "The Kith" by ll.i'-t"u t....! 'IT"N'h.. "' -l' ""' "_"."."". ". .'. .; t .
: '
we, the undersigned think it deslrabte La Touches Pans, mortal of first u..,,. AN OLD ADAGE I. }" ilT.t-f: t):;..'.. ;-,;,.) .....J"' :; r. I. t

ta i issue the following short I with prize of :si: .-,00: sc(tntl. Tort rait i .
I of Professor Leslie Miller" liy Th,!n-I SL ;',IMfo I, ; ...;
statement the ,
t on subject a statement y--c
which \\e believe represents! the opm !| as Kakins. Philadelphia medal of the : II A light purse is a heavy curse" I'" ;.. i! ..1..,) tilt I"r I i

r ions of leading clinical teachers, as i j seconlclis*. with prize of Sinou' ; t'nrd. i Sickness makes a light purse. ,:. : if k' ". .,, .. -, '

a well as the great majority of medical I "Portrait of a Woman." by Oil.' deBoznauska. The LIVER is the scat of nine I f':,. .. ...--r-=. .. r .,-= .
Panrnetl l of the third I '. -- ::_J"I'..! '
practitioners."Recognizing: I I '!'III c :.. ; : .. ,
tenths of all disease. I : .. ----
classrith of "i > i : :
prize $ I /t "
that in prescribing alcohol \I I f '- :;"it' .t !1.

the requirements of the Individual Rockefeller Fund Allotted. :::; "
I At a recent meeting of the I II ';': .! .- "U'f.1 = ... '
must: be the ;:governing rule we are ;general -'' _: :..
convinced of the correctness of the I j education board at New York $t:;.." CKIU : Tutt'sPiUs '- ... .. ---'-
.. .-----
; :: ==
opinion so long and severally held that j I I: was allotted out of the Rockefeller ... ..1;-- ---'---

in disease alcohol is a rapid and trust-i,',i fund to five institutions This included

worthy restorative. In many cases It'' $300.nno for Yale $200000 for Princeton I go to the root of the whole matter A line that meets all demands
may truly be described as life preserv-I.I and ?123.tOO to Bowdoin college in I
thoroughly, quickly safely both as to quality and
: log owing to Its power to sustain cardiac Maine. Colorado college Colorado price

nervous energy while protecting Springs Colo., and Millsaps college, and restore the action of the
t wasting nitrogenous tissues. j!!i Jackson Miss. These allotments were LIVER to normal condition. Selling Price from $450 to $850Full

"\s an article of diet we hold that '': made with the understanding: that the Give tone to the and
particulars sent
the universal belief of civilized man- Institutions raise a total sum amounts on application

kind that the moderate use of alcoholic II s|I fag to 4Sr.OOm-that Is, Yale would solid flesh to the body.

' fief beverages;] is amply Is for justified.adults .usually bene I I the have$200,000 to raise thus'or..ofXlO:: offered) In order to get I Take No Substitute. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE, TITUSVILLE

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Uon threats. He also took occasion to

deny that be had any knowledge of the Nervous
] sat r alleged conspiracy between himself
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I and the Rockefeller-Harriman Interests.
iIt Wi IC to overcome the Roosevelt policies. He

thought it was without precedent that IndigestionThe

the president should become personally 1
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:L. engaged in a political contest to deter- action of diges

: mine his successor unless] It was the
tion is controlled by
... .. ; ; precedent of Jackson in relation to Van
Burpn. Foraker's allusion to the negro nerves leading to the

A YX \ applause.On soldier dismissal. was received with stomach. When they are

weak the stomach is de-
the same day at Cincinnati Congressman ,

JH:. r v. N+a. .-. :: Longworth In an interviewsaid prived of its energy. It :

e, that the sole question was whether has no to do its
lowing at least six months to determine I starvation and cannot live to another or not Ohio should Indorse Taft for power

t I LEGAL-CRIMINAL I the question of tranquillity If all harvest time without aid. He says that the presidency. Speaking for himself work. If you want per-

t( went well the national election shouldbe ?2;00000 will be necessary. Condensed he was for Taft. and the great question manent relief, you must

Fk held.- He explained that the coun- milk Is one of the most urgent would be the approval or disap-

End of the Thaw Trial. try must remain tranquil throughoutthese needs for the sake of the starving in- proval of Republican policies of the restore this energy. Dr. *

y. "i Whether considered from the standpoint events and give assurance of the fants. last eight years. After the president Miles' Nervine restores

t of morbid curiosity, examined in stability of the new government before Honduran Consulate Seized. there was no living man who so thor- nervous energy, and gives P'

I >: the light of a psychological enigma, ob- the United States authorities could be The Nicaraguan consul at New Or- oughly typified the eyes of the people the to

'. served as a commentary on the dan withdrawn. Although: no dates are set, leans was ordered by his own government the spirit of the Roosevelt admin- organs power perform -
f t it It generally understood that the istration as William II. Taft. their functions."For .
gets or tendencies of the idle rich or on Tuesday to take charge of the
American evacuation will be at the
{ rf; studied In its strictly legal aspects, the Honduran consulate in that city, whichhe La Follette a Third Termer. many years I was an acute
end of next year. sufferer from nervous at .
fate of Harry Thaw as his trial for the I did without objection from the Honduran Speaking at Helena Mont.. Wednesday times I was w despondent life seemedalmost '

t murder of Stanford White neared Its To Make Harriman Answer consul. This' step following the Senator La Follette came out a burden I tried all kinds of c

, t..: close at New York Chairman Knapp of the Interstate capture of the Honduran" ports of Ceiba squarely for a third term and vindlca| little remedies or no and relief various until physicians one night with last {I

'' :. ranked high in theIf' commerce commission Tuesday announced and Porto Cortez by the Nicaraguan tlon for President Roo evclt. His summer I saw Dr. Miles' New ne ana
its to ask the circuit In alliance with the Honduran Heart Cure advertised. I resolved to
; scale of news val purpose army point was that If the railroads try to make one more trial which I did In
The circumstances court at New York to order E. II. Uar- revolutionists and the sending of commissioners force the retirement of Itoosevelt they the purchase of one bottle of Nervine
ues. i
If' 1-:" of the case rtman to answer certain questions con- to govern the coast townsof will compel him to accept a third term and began one of to Heart feel better Cure., which In a few encour-daysI

-. -the youth and cerning transfers and sales of Union Honduras showed that Nicaraguahad for the sake of vindication. The.senator aged me so much that I continued the
x Pacific stock which he refused to an- assumed supreme authority pointed out also that it would not medicine until I bad taken more thana
1 -J wealth of the de- dozen bottles. I am very much Improved "
fendant, the fame swer recently when he was a witness throughout the defeated republic. At in reality be a third term inasmuch as In every walt In body mind :

n of the slain architect before the commission. The comm -' Porto Cortez order was preserved In the first three years were devoted to point and spirits to recommend since. the make medicine a special, ana

- ( the sion thus seeks to establish its right to the interim by the foreign residents the policies of McKinley. In his opinion I feel a sincere pleasure in knowing ,
" sensation.1 Into such transactions. Harri- under the of the American that several persons have been benefited .- F
;:- al e inquire leadership the reforms Inaugurated by the throueh my recommendations .
'qd r shooting and the I man refused to answer on the plea consul an officer of the gunboat Marietta president must; be carried out. and be A. S. HELTON, Ash-vUle, N. C.

I popular notion of that the matters were his private af commanding the police force. was the one man to do It No one else druggist Dr. Mile who*' Nervine will guarantee Is sold that by your the

!-4< Harry K. Thaw the great beauty of fairs and had nothing to do with Interstate Prior to this the American gunboat had would fill the bilL first bottle will benefit. If It fails, he
the bombardment of other will refund
the commerce. prevented your money.
woman furnishing the tragic motives
i .o' together with her voluntary self Harriman says that this suit Is Just coast towns. The port of Amalpa sur- Bryan Should Name Roosevelt. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Iud

,; abasement in the story of her undoing what he expected from the administration rendered to the Nicaraguans, and John Temple Graves the Atlanta editor

i In the hope of bolstering her husband'splea and that he will contest it to the President Bonilla took refuge onboard who had been invited to speak at. _h>o ...... .
, .a Chattanooga (Tenndinner in the Interests
. bitter end.Another the United States cruiser Chicago -
i temporary Insanity-all this I of the Bryan boom was cut The Mast Valuable Set of lucAS and B tlI-
3 was Intensified In interest by the fame Canadian Commission.It from the toast list because advance I Building Books nttr Published

,' of the men who summed up. Delmas was made known at the state department British-Spanish Alliance. sheets of bin speech showed that he

; lii brilliant flights of oratory reviewed on Monday that the govern- During the visit of King Edward M was in reality intending to support RUDDER

'. the evidence for the defense, making a ment of Canada had agreed with ours Cartagena, Spain 011 board a British Roosevelt. Later, however he was HOW-TO BOOKS
veritable hero of Thaw In the blow he he entertained Alfonso
upon the appointment of a Joint com- warship King brought to the banquet ball and spoke,
. : struck "for American womanhood"and mission empowered to draw up a treaty and Queen Christina! and the report of Over 5 ro oats have tern built from the fines
saying that the Democratic masses printed in these took- SuccessfuJy Wiled In
It" coining a new phrase to characterize covering all the questions now In dispute was circulated that an Anglo-Spanish the south should put the party below every dime and upon every wa-Fun detail
his state of mind-namely, "Dementia between the two countries and alliance had been concluded by virtue I I drawing of all I'3rts. showing whit it is and
people and principle above men by paying i how 10 nuke it-Text extremely simple,
americana thus closing with indirect especially that of the boundary wa of which England would support tribute to the typical American HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $90
,- to the unwritten law. Jerome and assist financially
appeal Spain's foreign policy
ters. who has 'proved himself the dauntless lit footowr |:ntlt Lick"-T. tomildfr.oet aD Ia**
for the state said It was a new theory by making loans while in the I and conquering captain of the rwrrf; rou4 nt*g MMt toga fc r t.kanutnitnm i*.
that murder event of all wouldbe peoH TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
cured Spanish
Insanity, assuming war ports "
pie's cause. In the Democratic conventIon twin abort b
fine lmt for ftrriHi uilnt or *
I 1
Thaw now sane as officially declared SOCIOLOGICALCarnegie at the disposal of the English. he would have the unmatched l loss.M''r HasM'.rmwfai.Mn wtr UuU,uot-f BT o
\, rig. full p..a..i putato of ramplrtctl batl
and ruthlessly depicted the vicious Paris Bakers' Strike Begun. and incomparable Bryan speaking for HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP

side of the careers of Evelyn Nesblt Promotes Peace.In and the X The expected start of a labor war In pure Democracy plain peopleof m AMIX..A_ud Avttmlw, _/ tv Mud. I |mu"tot
Thaw and the man she married. Suspense the Interests of Industrial peace the French capital occurred Thursdaywith the republic "put In nomination mw,U.HOW .

;1 and Interest rose high when Just and as a sort of prelude to the peace the strike of the provision work- Theodore Roosevelt for one more term j TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
lice the to the Simple end pntrtiral........ bow to contract kUuoliaIltorue
Fitzgerald gave case conference to be held In New York ers' unions, it being reported officially of undisputed power to finish the work a UliMyiix>fOT. ".n..utIIer.* ...*.

) I Jury to be decided solely on the question city Andrew Carnegie recently threw that 000 bakers in 100 shops were Idle. he has so gloriously begun. Whether HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA

J; of Insanity. The Jury deliberated open his luxurious home to 400 or more It was expected that this would be followed Roosevelt hnd been taught by the Irresistible ;fire MuUU.:I annotl lor ha rrni,low,ra.r vat bo....l; good ftbioo; oxcoOMCmlcr e

l for forty-seven successive hours being employers employees labor leaders by a general strike among all evangelists of Bryan or by HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA

locked up two nights; and then announced and others for an informal conferenceor the food supply unions. Another sign the "great guns of the indomitable ctrrrr Lttle uJiBC boat,with nodoraM whugi KM

1 their failure to agree upon ,a "evening of industrial peace." as It of unrest was the continued agitationof Hearst" or whether Providence had null Mil pIaLHOW
verdict and were discharged. Thaw was called. August Belmont, presidentof unionism among government employees "dropped the scales from his partisan Easy Hiild.errrrtbing straight jwt tb*craft for a bog
s4 had stood the suspense well and ex the Civic federation, presided, and notwithstanding that they eyes" Mr. Graves insisted that Roosevelt lo begin..u.;caa Ioe bwltscq the.ply,enact stop oral rig
11 his confidence of being acquitted HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA tl
\ pressed addresses were made by a number of have been strictly forbidden to organIze had learned his Democratic les- rompleu ......$_of Low to build model tuo lijl ..
1 In the second trial. This trial had men prominent In labor and other circles son well and that the things for which skiff sad i>ud.t BOileh.

,1 lasted nearly three months and had Including Archbishop Farley Dr. they had fought for forty years he had r

t cost the state nearly $80,000, while the Nicholas Murray Butler of Columbia put into fearless and effective execu PRICE $1. EACH
defense Is said to have cost over $300.- PREPAID ii'! EXPRESS NY'' HCMC
1 ,r. university and William E. Coakley, national I POLITICALTwo I
000. tlon.Later Bound in cloth Gold lettfrnn-Sire of pigi.
president of the Lithographers'union. Bryan said be would have to 9 by 12 inch*Large,cjerl/-
The Great Northern Guilty. The utmost good will characterized Roosevelt Assailants. take Roosevelt >>n probation for six

Counsel for the Great Northern rail- : all the proceedings. Among theguests months. THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
Philadelphia has been on the firing a Muniu-: STREET New YOUR. U. S. A
road at St. Paul gave notice that the most warmly greeted by Mr. ,
Michigan's Two Cent Fare Bill.
fine of $15.000 Imposed by Judge Morris Carnegie was Mr Weihe who led successfully line of the anti-Roosevelt forces. Her S"fd postal' jar Catalogue of Books for
The Michigan house passed the bill 'ccnlsman 1 Library.arc ,
new John Reyburn amplifying
. for giving rebates on grain ship i the Homestead strike against mayor .
the railroad fare at 2
fixing :: -
in his remarks at the Young RepubIican -
ments would be appealed The Judge Mr. Carnegie 1S02.
cents a mile on all roads earning more
Imposed $1,000 on each count this being Trust Conference at Chicago.The .' club dinner, denied that his ad than $1.200 per mile a yt'nr.s the

the minimum fine. executive council of the National dN'Sa a part of the $:;.000.000 plot bill has already passed the senate it Is Ferry.reds
He said his idea not a 3 expen--
Penney After Train Wreckers. Civic federation has decided to hold now ready for the governor's signature itiw meutbutwitapropercaltiYb'

Two attempts have been madeto the: national conference on combina. rJ was far beyond ration,t icy assure success
= Anthracite Coal Tax Law. from the start tsers have no
Roosevelt hnd
Ions and trusts at Chicago !5I t >
wreck trains on the Pennsylvania ; May doubts at panting nor disappointments
The house' the
that his purposewas I'ennsylvnnla passed at harvest Get
railroad In western Pennsylvania and 31 Inclusive. Governors and president
_. to nil at hill placing r cents a ton tax on an-
of the Important commercial manufacturing '
President McCrea has tailed
Ohio and !
t ft'ntion to the necessity thraeitecoale it l rins argued that the
conference of the vice presidents and agricultural la'wr. et-onom
I a 1 of burden wouiJ fall largely on consumers -
various division officials to take ex- Ic, fimnclal and law associationwill( studyIn It
outside the state. is expectedto
lie asked to appoint delegates Thtpurpose e ;; the eonstltu
traordlnary measures for the suppression -, add $.,'-I('.uw a year to the state
) of the conference Is to consider thou which never -
of what Is believed to be a desperate
for best
revenue The home passed: also the biggest, sorest cropsatatlfleajer -
band of wreckers The detectives the trust and combination problem. T Intendl'that *. atnousfororer
bill taxing express companies and another Seed Annual
say, that the motive of these especially the question of state and there should be iinki'ic:: the r.-il estate of public y'gears.'er7 .

crimes Is robbery and not the vengeance federal regulation corporations nn-1 a rate law preventing :- rr\ice ruiponitioiw subject to county D. M. FERRY & CO..

of discharged employees A reward the question of what amendment if free 1 and Ix-al ltxali.ln.Administration Detroit,Mich.

f of 3,500;: for Information leadingto any hould be made to the Sherman i'' trade between

the conviction and a much larger antitrust act In reference to Interstate s" 11, thetate
secret reward to employee are offered commerce lid say that Ti! .' :'"".I'J\mi.. : hfni'-e oj ropre 60 YEARS
= tira 3 f the frarers of EXPERIENCE
a '

i I EXECUTIVE I I'il I T FOREIGN'' \" 1\\ I fr that neverontem iivtitnton. I I."i u I uPi!! .i. :.i i':! II lor Its! efforts: to <'mo iij }.

plited any gov 11"t': :l' ':,Iti!'!;.';. 1

Lord Cromer Quits; Office. Mayor Hejburn ernment "by n I j The \{-!>ravk:i Mnnte n:!O! ted i nsoIrtHMi t
Defines Whisky. '
Roosevelt great white father at .lolimctoif: and I The man who for forty-nine yearshas
definition of whisky
The J"u\"enullcnfs that Mi< h mi idea was ntriry to
tle In the Ilirriinnn "mtrf \
1 been the real ruler of I'sryptthough --ry. TRADE MARKS
President I
was settled finally by .\IIlt'r t':1l p'liuiiik'H! He tli MiK'it that
iltxMoiof nominally Rritlshniol gem' nether Two Cent a Mile Law. DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS 1
approved a
Roosevelt when l.,1I1lt't.'i.11 t-oaditioiis viKull ngulateh &c.
eral. Ix>nl 'romer lens tendered lti. I The two
f"nt nflinail fail 1ml
theopinion : passelj :
the attorney general upholding rite .in 1 that t"f'ntrali7ati..u wou-) Anyone!M'ncUnlt a sketch and dl1ptlon mayquietly
chemist of resignation; on ao-ount of ill health. j I.> the IVwivvI.anM IfuiIitun: > :isim as'rna'n our opinion free whether an
H. W. Wilv.. .
of l'n! us to the mme londitiou tint cxit'i : invention isprolmbly! rxlentable. CVnimuriir I
and $ir nidon rst has been appoint I tnvarn-.r S io tionvptnctlyconCdentiaL handbookonPatents
This I-* < hv t::ail < t:1 ::oI
dopartinent in ihie-in. i{ li i <-> pj that ,
the agrluilturil ( : : ii :) pent fro IH 1 that Ill so ailed whiskies shall III til silenced! hii'i \\ hen Lord t'rome. : 'I'. erla li'I **..'h PX.:."i**:'I t > the srov I! ti.t.l't;:' :'""t. :*u( h.till' 1 I'r f I'.itptiM taken through MUCH tte Cu. receive
whit tlll'J' are while the took ollic-e! IlgApt was pr 'tialn, ] ,' : l'rc't'ilt ;::,'t re-i of t'c! 1"11": : ..: tp uJ tv flcce, without charge in
lal-elect just t'-nmrnt t'f the Frit' I $tie ;. :'11 i h.
:uitl tIt<' zui.eC Hi a state of t"ject Lai-; ; .' ScientificulaJKin B3nii'iiaileA
the > ;'- i -r --
straight: or uumoditl'll: i-iojeit is ''rc'seiiiel I I the e'nn< i-J: tin: had Leeu : ; ; : 'I
Thl"t' pun r:v. lie put new life Into the I -c-c!" "''"I1 t1(1: p th"t t' 1." ....1
-m libeled whiskj ,
only ? to lie little; IM I ;tu e !ht' .1! : : > i'; : his; h.ndsnmely Gi'i.trated woeks 1 .rr..t ilr-
under the food famine d"iirtnie'it: bI"ii'iz lupin's t : I 11' t',i/" tlinmjrh the o :nn*. :1t... its ..f an.rrientdr y ------rm. (3 a
decision Is mndo pure i \oue against the au:mm.trition at I T*.nr: f >nrm<,'itU ,tL u4by'IIse.sdealer! +.
mea appol!>teiln office and s'> emonracod con-t!t' .
law and will affect !r1 per cent of mmtrertiil mill t'xtpiM'H inliistnil develop jvimmtoii: n'omiityCulberson MUNr & CO,36tBroid"ay. New York

whiskyTaft's ,.I It was .it thIs save U('pul>lKJu club Disagrees: With Bryan. Bnirir Hti .' -5F't.w.'itt.i.t'.C; .
inent that the rendition. of the iKfpe! -
s Policy For Cuba. : dinner that senator Thtir-ton of Nebraska Senator <"harle .\. Cul'>-"on or! Texas -
) was greatly iirprotedThe I
i; In the form IIf a letter U (loveruciila'uou j I launch! the Foraker boom I addn">"in4 the I *::i..liinn t".>k i- KILL THE COUGHAND

tf of Cuiu made publu at Ha Douma Gets the Budget. i with an open attack upon I'resldent rue with Hrytu.s puMi or;n 'r.'i','

Seiretarj of A\ar Taft outlinedhis Despite" i'ersisti'nt minors of a disso Roose\elL ilew t-ayins they were paterualixtiiffpra .'. CURE THE LUNGS

yang prosramuie: for the gradual with lutu'ii crisis the UussHn mloistry gave Foraker Fires First Gun. <'ticable: and unlsacs-ratie. His

and to the ditumi the current years' budsel ; objection was that It would create so WITH Or
drawal of American supervisors i The banquet of the Canton board of King'sNew 1
the resumption of self government the estimated expenditures: amount trade was made the occasion for Senator : many more olfi<-eH. glare vast property
Taft had lug to $1.,!. .'-\.").( )). Of this the appropriation i, : under i,olItKaI control and make every
During his stay 1 Foraker's opening speech In the
for Interest on foreign I' question of railroad extension a matter Discovery
conferred with committee representIng contest with Taft for control of the .
the Liberal and Conservative par- loans and for the Imperial court, the Republican organization He quoted of partisan P'>tit":' In which the south

citizens and army and the navy are not within tbepro'ince I would specially !lUfpf.C.A.S'TOl1.3A.! Price
and other prominent certain newspaper dispatches from
ties 50c
of the douma. The remain
that there .
had come to the conclusion Washln ton reporting that the president -- Free Trial.
der, amounting to $653,000,000, the dou
should be first a thorough census for had drawn a "dead line" for him ; .,
which more than four months should ma referred to a comm !llon.Ir. in his forthcoming speeches which if Bears the Nate r sats Euc! Guaranteed for all THROAT and

be allowed after which a preliminary Kt.>nntrt1. who Is Investigating he went beyond trouble might be expected : ah"; ..I-If1- LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY ,f ,
municipal and tV Rnssfn! famine writes! that :!O.- 8r BACK.
election should be held ; The senator. served notice that .
time. Then ali OvU.WJ'iuple are now c>u the verge of r
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',:_, it}t,%THE FLORIDA, STAR a strong advocate of the cause of OF THE SUPREME COURT
: ,,r JUDGE
:_ ;:;, :,1_ temperance. It is known that the

< a* ''_E&tered at the postofiee atTitnnrille Mf governor of Florida is also a champion -
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,: y econd-elau mail nutter.Kilts .
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'.; )\:' of prohibition and there are Suffered Four Months From the AfterEffectsof f
i'. .$ '- 8.Wager, editor and Publish
many who believe that a general

t & :PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY HORNING "wet and dry" campaign would stir the Peruna.The .
Grip--Relieved By
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"" ; the state from center to circumterence. -I ,
:, t-.t: It most clearly understood that neither
.,.. '- TEX STAB nor ita editor Is responsible for In the present legislature are
;r,r= -" "pinioni expressed by correspondents. elected the
.y'" '. many men were .
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1i{ temperance people and these mem- grip more than any other disease ..
Legislative Representation
,. bers will support the measure. in the world leaves the system in i

J {1- :' One of the greatest contests that The step taken by Senator Hum- a run-down, nervous, bloodless con ... :$ .
will probably come before the legislature -
!'. phries is decidedly more radical than dition.

i-- -; is that of reapportioning leg- the South Carolina law and if the
Peruna has become famous in relievir : < > .
No matter ?
:}; islative representation. proposition carries Florida will wit- ;
committee be %the deplorable condition which
how carefully any may ness the most exciting campaign in

'i. 'regard to drafting such a measure its history. the grip produces : : ,
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it will be impossible for them to produce

a bill that will be satisfactoryto A Day of Delight

all. By the terms of the present Editor of THE: FLORIDA STAR.

} constitution the bill must be so drawn The writer was allotted the pleasure

1 ; that some counties will lose and certain of attending a most pleasant en- r

i 1 new counties have representation. tertainment Wednesday of last week

It is universally contrary to -dubbed by several as a "Cracker .

# : human nature to give up that which picnic on Pike lake." (A rose is justas

sweet by other )
any name.
; we already possess and the representatives -
i'I Y The picnic was a success from start
of those counties called
to finish, and was "pulled off" near
to lose representation will not
upon the hospitable and home like moundof

c t< sit quietly down and allow such a Uncle John McCrory, amidst a

;a measure to pass. So it is safe to most densely shaded and level laid PON.WH.PAR50NJ

a say that when the committee's report palmetto hammock with the spiral i 925 H.5UN.W, ,,

s comes up for action there will curving St. Johns to the left and the tt: WASHINGTON.

be a stormy session in Tallahassee. beautifully mirrored lakes of Clark Catarrh Victim Susceptible.

and Luffman adjacent. People who have had catarrh of the W.II. Parsons is Ex-State Senator and Ex-Special Judge of the Supreme

: The Routine of Legislation When I arrived fifty or sixty head, throat, nose or lungs are much Court of Texas, and was also Brigadier-General: in Confederate Army. In a

guests were ready assembled, laugh- more liable to cateh the grip than other letter from 923 H street,N. W., Washington, D. C., this prominent gentleman -
f ; The modus operandi of legislation people. says:
understood ing, chatting and frying the most I I The reason for this is that the mucous "Upon the recommendation of personal friends and many strong testimonials -
J z is not always very clearly savory and delicious of all fish, viz., membranes of the head,nose,throat or as to the efficacy of Peruna la the treatment of the numerous

: by the layman and he cannot aways! bream, crown and barred, and other lungs are injured by the catarrh and symptoms of the grip with which I hare been afflicted for tour months.
past, I have been Induced to undergo a treatment with this Justly celebrated
understand what seems to him un- varieties too numerous to mention. the germs which cause the grip find formula. I feel a decided change for the better after using It only

necessary delay and circumlocution. I was most hospitably taken in charge easy entrance into the system.It one week.
: is a well established fact that per- "It Is especially good in toning up the stomach and has a decided effect
i = He does not always stop to think that by Mr. McCrory, carried a few yardsto fectly sound mucous membranes consti- upon my appetite. I therefore feel much encouraged that / mm on the

d a bill introduced in one house must, his lodge or bungalow, where I tute a barrier to the entrance of disease \ road to complete restoration.
"My numerous friends in Texas, where I have had the honor to command
in the usual order after introduction was most royally entertained,quench- germs.
The best precaution any one can have | a brigade of her Veteran Cavalry in a four years' war, may accept this voluntary -
ing thirst with his found
be referred to a proper committee my recently against the grip is to be perfectly free testimonial to the merits of Peruna as a sense of obligation on my :
sulphur water. This water contains 1 for its wonderful W.H.Parsons.
f for consideration, that this committee from catarrh. part efficacy. ; _
magnesia in a perceptible quantityand j
} Peruna a Preventive.As .
s must consider this measure and sulphur in a most odoriferous a preventive of grip, Peruna has It is no longer merely a theory or an It has been noticed that those who
'- it then that the housein assertion that Peruna is applicable to take Peruna the first of
report upon quantity, but is palatable and easily done a great deal of good in the world during stages
open session must consider it and by its beneficial effect upon the mucous such cases. the grip generally make a more rapid
e assimilated. The orange grove was Prompt Relict and complete recovery.A .
ifft amend it and that it
may' possibly the lustiest, healthiest and heaviest Catarrh has another untoward in- In all of the after-effects of the grip, Most Effective Medicine For

must go to an engrossing committee foliaged I have seen this season, and fluence to be noticed in connection with Peruna gives prompt relief. This has
: : and returned and await its turn the been the experience of such a great La Grippe.Robt. .
g on was taking on fruit as I stood by and grip.
.L.Madison,A.M., of
I multitude of people that Peruna has Principal
9 < the calendar when it comes up for. looked. The view from his "Lone grip Victims find of themselves catarrh who after have the had acute the come to be a standard remedy for these Cullowhee High School, Painter N.C.,

'' its third reading and final consideration. Oak" is magnificent in its panoramic stages have passed, in very weakenedand cases. ia chairman of the Jackson County
majesty-away in the distant west If a person has not used Peruna to Board of Education. He la a writer of
And then when this is all over deplorable
prevent the grip, the next best thing is occasional verse and has contributed to
extend in its broadening beauty I After-Effects of
i it has to to the other branch of Grip.
{ go to use Peruna to remove the after-ef- number ol leading papers and maga
Lake Cane and Cypress (the I The whole nervous system is im-
1 the legislature and go through ex- fects of) the grip. zines.

" actly the same process and,here too, huntsman's paradise)\ while to the the paired circulation; the digestive of the organs blood feeble deranged and; A Safe, Reliable Remedy.Even In speaking of Penma,Hr. Madison .

north towers Heifer mound, Bear All these during the acute stages of the says:"I am hardly ever without Perunain
it be amended irregular. symptoms are pro-
may again or changed bluff, Pup island and Cow thicket. duced, more or less, by the grip, and grip, Peruna taken in small, oft-re- my home.11 is tho moet effective medicine
F and, if so, again go back to the Yonder in undulating beauty,spread- especially in people who have had Catarrh peated doses, is so efficient that many that 1 have ever tried for la grippe.
house where it originated for its previous to the grip. people use nothing else. It also cured my wife of nasal catarrh.
ing to the east are Lakes Luffman, I

concurrence or non-concurrence and Clark and Salt, linked together by ---------- ---- --- -- --

: after the measure has been through Shad and Snake creeks, while the OAK HILL ORANGE BLOSS4/Ar3 FLIES! FLIES!

all this and gone to another committee glorious St. Johns meanders placidly The Thompson house will soon be Flies breed disease, they come from
l I than the
Orange: > =oms more fragrant rose. water closets, stables amlIe11H'r!!, awl
and properly enrolled and comes by-truly this region is replete with finished and ready for occupation.Mrs. Violet or lily or any flower that grows, light on your fond Flies contain disease
Fair as the bride who wears them with pride.
1 v P back to each house and is properly sublime views. L. H. Barker and childrenare The birds sweetly sing theirs_praises ring germs fays Dr. McCormick of the stale
Here is flower fit for king. Hoard l of health of Kentucky. Sticky fly
a a
But the scent of the finny queen
signed and attested by the officers it savory down from Palatka for the week |>3T is one of the beet methods of killing -
I must'still go to the governor for his tribe as it ascended heavenward was with Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Barker. Midst the golden; fruit of the orange trees flie, hot it i? expriifchr.
y beginning to tickle my olfactory and Racked gently by the warm south breeze, I Why pot make jour own fly paper? .\
{ Its leaves have made wreath shade
approval or disapproval. Such are a to
Agent Vrooman expects to move hundred sheets cost! only a few cents
- stir up my gastronomic propensities.The Not only the blooms I rare but maids with
l 'briefly some of the safeguards the into his new house soon. The car- beauty fair an make for lonr neighbors; but two ingredients -
call to dinner was announcedand As their lovers come to woo them there. I u ed. Full directions mailedfir
feI framers of our constitution place we fell to with vengeance, and penters will leave the last of the six 2 cents ftamp.addiess to da>.
around legislation. week. They loved to pass the boars dreamingthem Allen! Supply (0., Mobile, Ala.
such a dinner-pork pie, fricasseedfish away. I
chickennated chicken and Mr. and Mrs D. F. Elhvanger left Hei-eath the dainty blns,; nis day bv day.
Theirnowy petal o'er them they throw
: .. Value of Fisheries to the State "Hamlet" ham was devoured with last week for their home in Kimins- They awake from their dreaming, thinking' & FORT

i I That there are a few people who avidity, and, right here, want to wick, Mo., leaving their horse in Such"tit wee snow little Mooomto, tease lovers so. I' Si!! """""

E' realize the value of the fisheries to say that the Honorable Sam Norton charge of Mr. G. F. Montgomery. Mr$.John W.Taylor. Blacksmithing and Repair\ Ol'

this state, or the way in which these could do honors at the Royal Ponciana Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson, of _.5i5i5i5Z! eTITUSVILLE._ _

i i, resources are being drafted upon is I with a white apron on. The Port Orange, are now living on the Weekly Weather Report. FLA.

way he slings food at you keeps you DeGrauw estate and will have the
shown by a statement made in the Apr. 16. 1907. Wagons made and repaired Horse Shoeing
Gainesville Sun which : "The buy to keep it from under your feet. care, under the supervision of Mr. Comparative statement of temperaturesand a specialty Work from any part of lad MB
says River or anywhere in the
We were then showered with cake, A. B. Wilkinson.Mr. rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. county will receiveour
careful attention. We stand the
: commercial destruction of fish in this freightone
I the kind mother made, but one very 1!%? 1900 way and guarantee to give you sati3f-
state has reached a point where the and Mrs. H. A. Summerall, tion. Send us your work.
beautiful daughter declared she DATE :M.\". MIV. :MX.ItS'.
attention of the legislature is re- made the one (whole one) late (four who have been taking care of the Apr.- 10.9 .11 7 Ii 70
11 73 57; SO 67
DeGrauw estate at Eldora for
quired.. pounder.) Then came the drinks- 12. J>7 57 79 6$
ber of years, left for their home in 13. M 61 N6.5
The law makers at Tallahasseeshould ; ice
; sulphur water water, Florida "
11 ftH 5'1 V 72
New Smyrna last week. : *
take steps at once to see that water and other kinds of liquids too 15 71 .10 f 7S 6")

the state and the counties get such a numerous to mention. :Mr. J. G. Pavyer and daughter, Total" 16! rainfall 7e for the 60 week.0. *inches) 83 JU" ("0.,

: share of the revenue from the fisheries I left early, but left the gang, and Miss :Marion, were in Oak Hill Saturday inches.Departure, rainfall forthe week minus .63 (Incorporated Paid up Capita) |25.000.CO.

as we are justly entitled to. when I drew off the field of battle I en route from Eldora to their Departure rainfall since Jan 1st, minus! This the company Indian RiTer owns Coun-landsin

)r did so with many regrets and a desire home in St. Louis. Mr. Pavyer remained 9.35 inches. tryon the St. Lncie River,
If it is true that aliens can engage 11. 1'. II,\KDIX.Orhrial .
. to return. I hear another sucha over till Sunday.Mr. in Charge.A at New River, and on Biscayne -
in the fishing business in this state Hay.

at less relative cost than a citizen one is heralded in the near future.All and Mrs. T. B. Allen and Mr. Criminal Attack PRICES: TO SUIT THE TIMES.
I want is a bid, I will do the rest. H. B. Allen after
who Send for land list.
must other
pay pursues some
J In fact. I love to wander away off Hobe Sound armed home Tues- on an moHenshe citizen i is frequently OFFICES .

profitable line of business, somethingin from the maddening rush and roar day in their yacht Mallard, with made! in that apparently useless little TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI
the name of justice: should be Titusville with tube railed the .lupenilix" It's -- --------
my girl (or an "- generally
Mr. A. X. :Miller as boatman.Mr. .
done. body's girl-they all look good to the result of protracted constipation! EAST COAST MEAT MARKET

me) to some little bunchy palmetto and Mrs. Manley and Mr. following liver torpor. Dr. Km>:'s New o. F.DtJREK,Agent,

For Absolute State Prohibition hammock, sequestered and isolated, Wilbur Manley, from Tangerine, are Life Pills regulate the liver, prevent appendicitis '

Senator Joe Humphries, of Braid- and gaze at vacancy and hear each spending a few days with their and establish regular habits of > Florida and
the bowels. 23c: at Red Cro& Pharmacy. / \
daughter Mrs. L. H. Vrooman be-
entown, has introduced a joint resolution other breath, it's sublime. And then
fore going to their old home in Ne- .
little -
watch the grasshoppers make ---- \
in the senate which proposes -i- :' Western
\ grass, and butterflies make but braska. JAMES C. SPELL (
1 a constitutional amendment embodying ter at 40 cents per, and cheer the

absolute state prohibition. little honey bees as they make honey Sick headache results from a derange- : Heats

Senator Humphries comes from oranes. Fine, I tell you! ment of the stomach and is cured by Physician and Surgeon'Phone : )
Mr. Editor if hear of another \N:1
you Chamberlain's Stomach and Liter Tab- 17TITTJSVILLE of all Kinds.
one of the many strong prohibition cracker picnic, put me next. lets. Sold by all druggists; i and medicine -

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4BIF NEWS( Shipping from Dade County. i Drowned at Sea. _ _ _ _ _ _ 4
.. (Miami Record.) The Times-Union of Friday tells a ", ... <

';;a'j !f/ ? i That little shower of rain which fen .sad tale of the sea when it says: P 4rP
-:;, ,, IH FAIR FLORIDA last week the
throughout county was '
I The three-masted schooner Sallle
>Jjit; : snccessfull In Increasing the tomato
C. Marvil was towed Into port yesterday -
k *.. '-fb t is Being Done Toiards the De- crop considerably, as Is attested' by morning by the tug Three Friends Delicious ,
the reports ol both commission men
:: -ielopiBen of the Peninsula and farmers. after having gone through one of the

worst storms In her history, which
-; ':< The latter are joyfully gathering In t
stripped her sails and washed her
Petersburg the fruits of their labors and notwithstanding
master into the sea.
the immense shipments now }
f ;;( "The Sallie C. Marvil sailed from
day evening by Congressman Joseph being made, are receiving a fine price Hot Biscuit 1
Brunswick, Ga., on March 31st, with
r-r". ,C. Sibley, of Franklin, Pa. whose winter in the local and Northern markets. -

=t'" home Is in St. Petersburg In honor Last week's shipments were the a cargo of lumber for Perth Amboy

\:: of his N. j."On.
friend. Congressman Stephen heaviest sent out for the season, and
Monday, April 1st, the wind
a 'Sparkman.of'Tampa.A although not such a large amount left MADE WITH
commenced to grow high, and presently -
: chic league with a large membership Miami as lip been, the rule an Increase the schooner was in the heightof ,

which includes most of the in the gathering through the
;w ,prominent one of the most severe gales the
p men of the city has been organized northern section of the county made crew: had ever witnessed.

In Jacksonville. up the large shipments.No ROYALRAKING
Tne league isout
The storm continued and seemedto .
-, for a pure 'city government, ana: proper figures can be obtainedas grow worse. Tuesday morning .$
to the real number of crates
the new organization plans to develop about 9 o'clock, while the vessel was

: t the, moral strength of the city for aggressive shipped but it is safe to say that 125 off Cape Canaveral and while the ,
carloads have left the county _duringthe """
use whenever needed
wind was stripping her of her rigging t
past ten days. the healthful :
? most
are appetizing -
$ f Captain A. Bryan one of the oldest Chase & Co., who are the largest Captain James D. Harvey who was ,

citizens of Tallahassee died Thursday buyers along the line of the Florida then at the wheel was washed over- and nutritious of foods

;, ( after an illness of several weeks. For East Coast Railway report shipments board and t'jrned."MemberIf .
\ nearly forty years he was Clerk ol |f the crew saw him
aggregating twenty-five carloads. The .
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7 the Circuit Court of Leon He when the waves carried him overboard
major part of their lot was sent from Much depends upon the Baking Powder
k 7 was born in South Carolina, seventy- but were powerless to render
Delray and Boynton, the crops at those
: seven years:ago, and served with dis places twins- now.. at, their h st_ him any assistance as all of them
.. .. ,. ,_ __ h __ -- ---- then hanging to the in
were rigging a
unction the Civil
through war.
Messrs. Chase & Co. are employing
.f- order to save themselves from a
_ F Naval barge No. 1, lost by the collier !at present a force of about 125 men In 4
;!:; Caesar in last week's storm, was their packing houses, which are scattered "As' soon as possible after the cap- to
'f" all along the railroad from Miami F
i picked Monday
up by a Norwegian tramp tain was washed into the sea. First

j 't- y morning sixteen miles off, Cape to West Palm Beach. Mate Harry Collins took charge of the State Treasurer's Report. further attention, most of the fingers '
.? -r: Canaveral and delivered to the tug The firm repacks nearly all of the
vessel and ordered the anchor cast The monthly report of Hon. W. V. and a part of the hand being removed.

Biscayne and towed to Mayport, The tomatoes purchased from the farmers overboard which was done at once. Knott, State Treasurer filed with the Other than the loss of the hand, the 3
and sends only the best fruit to mar
crew of ten are unaccounted for but
"The Marvil then lay at anchor until Governor shows balances on hand to child received no further injury from

it is believed they were picked up bya ket.From late Tuesday afternoon April 9th; the credit of the several State and educational the explosion of the cap. .
passing schooner. Two dogs ana Jacksonville the company distributes #
when the tugboat Three Friends came
funds at the close of business
4 two cats were aboard. its shipments to all of the Letter to Louis Meyer
fig to her assistance and towed her to March 31, 1907 as follows:
most favorable markets in the coun Titnsville, Fla.
A special car equipped for securing Jacksonville. General revenue fund.... .$135,93333 L

y = specimens of fish taken from the Gulf try. "Captain James D. Harvey was a Pension tax fund .... .. .. 1G7.C4922 Pear Sir: What will it cost to"sow ten
Jaudon Bros. have also been sending f acres half wheat and half daisy mixed?
Stream and Pensacola Bay arrived in out large shipments during the native of Laurel DeL, where he leavesa One-mill school fund. .. 26,84157 I and what'll the crop he worth ,

the city Wednesday morning. In wife and two children who have State Board of Health fund 58.9:0.3: We don't know what daisy-seed costs,

charge 'of the car are representatives. last week, the report being given as a been informed of his loss from the Principal of school fund I nor how bulky it is; we suspect half
total of seven carloads of tomatoes.J. wheat and half daisy would make a hiK l
of the Fish Commission who were schooner. uninvested) .. .. ._, .. 74244 of and last the
long time
J. Holly who is one of the latest crop daisy a : ;
sent here to secure fish to be placedon Principal of seminary fund wheat might he short. '
members of the local aggregation of
display at the Jamestown ExposI- $1OO Reward S1OO. 'uninvested) ... .. . 5698 The parable throws some light on the
commission men is also sending out cost of a paint half whitewash. Whitewash -
tion. The car is'equipped so that the The readers of this paper will be pleased Interest of school fund. 65388 ,
half half with
mixed and
about seven cars per week. to learn that there is at least one dreadful paint '
specimens can be transported to the Most of Mr. Holly's purchases are disease that science has beeu able to care in Hire of State convicts' fund 59,993 43 is all-paint in look and feel; indeed nine- ;
Exposition in their live state and it Is all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Ca- Indian war claims fund. :25.00000 tenths of the "paint"-in the stores is part ;
made in and around Miami. tarrh Care is the knownto whitewash half
only positive cure some some
: some more
that the will remain here tax fund------ 4,38057
expected car Drainage
Figuring the value of the shipmentsof the medical fraternity Catarrh being: a
for several days securing species ol last week at a conservative estImate constitutional disease requires a constitu- Agricultural college fund. 3,01023 less.Paint has to be spread with the brush,
every fish that can be taken from local tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is White college Morrill fund 4,31703: the surface prepared, the ladders, scaffolua -
of $600 per car the farmers have taken internally. acting: directly upon the
Journal. Morrill fund1,682 80 pulleys! and ropes arranged and
waters.-Pensacola blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Colored college
r received at least $15,000 In hard cash. thereby destroying the foundation of the disease station moved, there's a great deal of labor inputting
Persons residing on the upper Miami And this in the face of a poor season and giving the patient strength in Hatch experiment paint on; it costs $2 to f4 a gal.

River complain of others dynamiting from start to finish. building np the constitution and assisting fund .. ... ..... 1,54263 'lon 10 do it.
nature in doing: its work. Tbe proprietorshave Adams' experiment station I What does i it cost to paint whitewash
fish in the edge of the Everglades Next week's reports will be larger so much faith in its curative powers JUt the half whitewash? Just
fund . . .. .. . 4,24066: : same.
that they offer One Hundred Dollars for
thereby causing their whole- according to advices received from all any :the game. It loesn't seem worth while
case that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes- Interest of Seminary fund.. 680 27 I
for the whitewash does harm, not good.
sale destruction. Owing to the low- points and although prices may not be timonials.

ness of the water In the 'glades the as fancy the increase in quantity will Address, F. J. CHENEY &.CO,Toledo, O. Blind, Deaf and Dumb Inci- Will the paint hold the whitewash fast
Sold by Druggists 75v dental fund.. .. . .. 25281 or the whitewash loosen the paint?
fish have been forced to congregate in equalize the returns. Hall's Family Pills are the best Better paint pure paint, the least-gal)

the pools that have been formed, and When the season of shipping is over i Experiment station incidental lons paint, the least-money paint, Devoe.
fund... .... ...... 21935Proceeds Yours truly
it Is in these pools that the dynamite the results if condensed and published Prisoners Got the Booze.
of college prop- F. W. DEVOE & Co.,
'k Is thrown. not only killing the edible will be one of the greatest advertise Gainesville Sun.) 31 New York.P. .
( erty fund.. . .. .. .. ... %.611'>5
fish but destroying the spawn. Se- ments of Dade County that has ever S. Jas. Pritchanl & Son sell our paint.
Sheriff Fennell, who is regarded aa Florida Female College incidental
eral parties have interested them- been given to the public.
one of the best officials in the State fund.. .... .. .. .. 5,85636:: ELECTED OFFICERS.
selves in the matter and will cause The prosperity of any country can t
has discovered that there are others Colored Normal School con-
he arrest of the offending parties if not be questioned when such large
equally as shrewd as he, and even tingent fund.. .. .. . 175 Great Chiefs of the Red Men Namedat
they can be located.Miami Metrop sums of money are being distributed
sharper, in some instances thouga University of Florida incidental Fort Myers.At .
olis. .among the farmers each year and the
that is saying a great deal. He permitted fund.. . .. 12C the annual meeting of the Florida
record of any other section of the Uni
Wilson Cypress a full blood Seminole the safe blowers Bolton Riley Red Men in Fort Myers last week
II ted States on the same average isgiven
passed here on the tram Friday Bennett and Harvey to hand him a Total .. . . . .$307,60501; the election of officers resulted in the
challenge to excel Dade county'sfigures.
morning last, on his way to lemon in this direction Friday night. selection of the following officers for

1 Tampa for treatment for some physical j When Captain T. E. Bridges, the I Out of Sight the ensuing Great Sun:

disorder. He was accompaniedby Struck it Rich.A State transfer agent, who was taking "Out of ight, ont of mind," i i" an old Great Sachem-W. G. Hobbs of

his friend Sheriff TJppen of Lee well-known Florida business man the men to the mines arrived in saying which applies with special! forceto Daytona.

County, in whose charge he had today informed a Times man of the Gainesville Friday afternoon the a sore, burn or wound that's been Great Senior Sagamore-W. I. Met-

t, 4 placed himself to guard him from the consummation in DeSoto County of Denial Sheriff welcomed him with his treated with Bncklen'rnica ahe. It's calf, of West Palm Beach.

imaginary dangers of the trip. These one of the largest phosphate deals of usual hospitable spirit, and proceededto not of sight! out of mind and out of ex- I Great Junior Sagamore-Eugene L.

will not venture lock the noted Green Cove Springs Stence. Piles, too, and chilblains disappear -
Seminoles, it is said, Florida's history, the details of whichare I Albury of hey West.
far from home unless under the somewhat on the order of the bank robbers up for the night for safe nnd*>r it* h..aim:_ influence Onar i! Great Prophtt-B. :M. Wade of.
antee l by led Cross Pharmacy. ::r.
j j charge of some white friend in whom Aladdin lamp proposition the amount keeping.It Punta Gorda.

J they have confidence. Wilson Cypress involved being $466,000.At happened that Sheriff Fennell Child's Hand Blown Off. i Great Chief of Records-Charles F.

was dressed like a white man even Moffit, on property once owned confined the prisoners in a cell in '! Bursman, of Seabreeze.

wearing that abomination of civiliza by John T. :Moffitt formerly of this close proximity to a quantity of con- Miami Metropolis.) Great Keeper of Wampum-B. F.

fiscated blind tiger whisky which he A most distressing accident occurred Laubach. of Orlando. 4
.... city a night watchman and a teamster ,
't'HerJ discovered phosphate on 32,000 had stored In the corridor. Nothingwas at Key Largo Monday after- j Great Sanap-J. M. Pounds of Pa-

ft acres of land which were merely befog thought of the matter but the noon, in which the sixjear-old; son of latka

.; New York Quotations. used by sawmill people. Being shrewd safe blowers caught on, anJ Captain and Mr Zachariah Pinder Great Mishinewa E. Cooper, of
secured with a wire which they secured from had his left han horribly lacerated fly Ta""son'm
The following New York market quotations shrewd, they immediately an
around an old stove pipe in a corner the explosion: of a dynamite C tp. Great Guard of the \\-igwm- H.
f Florida products were given option on the property putting up $500
on of the cell made Improvised It appears the child in some way
they an
of Saturday: as forfeit for payment of $1 per acre. : Harter, of ;;I by the Packer Immediately afterward the two men hook and before many moments had sot: held of the cap, and was pickingat : Great Guard of the Forest-c. :Melcin .

'-t' are to be succeeded in hooking and bringin the percussion in it when the I
Very few Florida oranges secured $32,000 from Thomas & Well I cap of St. Ausu;tine.

had now on this market. In fact the Bros., of Arcadia, with which the through the bars a quart of booze. explosion: occurre 1. Captain Pmder at J-d.catj- .Jta3.. Cox, E.

receipts are at the lowest ebb this property was purchased, after which They were proceeding to have a good once placed the little sufferer in his l i 1;. Boyce, J. W. White. i

season and what little fruit is coming Mr. Cordery, of Fort Meade, succeeded tine when discovered, and the laugh boat and started for the city to obtain Finance Committe*:-C. Stertzach.

; is being sold directly from the stores. in selling the property for the was on the officers who took the matter medical assistance arriving at 1 I* silver C. E. )Ic IulI :L -

$d to $2,50 per box and sood-naturedly. "That's the best o'clock Tues'lay morning
,t- Prices are from above mentioned amount. The own Great Board of Apptals T W. Matfcws -

,(: the real fancy oranges will bring $1 ers of the property attempted to recover ever" remarked Riley as he handed Dr. Gramlms was summoned, an:' >, L. C St,wart. J L. Rankin.
,, how high the packages by command of the he adxinist.'reJ relief until later
more. There is no telling it, but could not. The night over Great Trustees-C. I. Rowton, D. E.

Florida oranges would go in price if it watchman secured $50.000 for his interest jailer. The jailer agreed with him. when the injured member was given 'ocper., Joseph Roberts.

t k were not for the California product. but the teamster is holding on Three of the prisoners were taken -

Grapefruit is slow and perhaps to his and will probably get more. to Dutton mines Saturday. Theso OOO OO OO 99 OOO O OOOO

; a little weaker than it was last week. were Riley Bennett and Harvey. Bo!. 0

r.! It takes a mighty fine selected grapefruit Why ton the man who was wounded at The effect of Scott'J Emulsion on thin, tCt

t-- to bring $S. The range in price have a torpid liter whpn Herbine the the time of his arrest was taken on o pale children is magical
train to Ocala. Ills ,
5 with the average will ? the afternoon
Is from $2.50 to $ only liver regulator, help you

r;; sales at $3 to $3.50. There is no reason why you should sutler condition is such that the physician It makes them plump, rosy, active, happy. i
f to $a. according do not believe he will recover.
$3 chills and
Beans are steady from from dyspepsia, constipation, It contains: Cod Liver Oil
.. quality. Lettuce from liter complaints, when Her- The men were In good spirits and Hypophosphites tQs
to fever or
I any anxious to begin their sentences and (glycerine to make fat blood and bone
Florida is in rather light supply bine will cure }ou. F. C. Wane, West- .

bringing from $2 to $3- ville, Fla., Writes: "I was sick for a in the convict camps. They attracted and so put together that it is easily digestedby

-,,, Tomatoes are probably the heaviest month with chills and fever and after a great deal of attention as little folk. tALL .'

now being offered,and taking two bottles of Heroine am well they were marched through the DRUGGISTS
< Florida product ; 6Oc. AND Sl.OO. ,
fancy tomatoes are bringing $3 and and healthy. Sold by Red Cross Phar- streets but did not seem to objectto
r the curious stares of the public.
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HERE'S A, SCOUNDREL FOR YOU! lenny t.aJ Glen St. :Mary, and in Dual K" FAn

i* there is 300 or 400 acres. The BEST FOR! THEBOWELS
Abundance of Fruitof
Slick Thieve Will Now Serve Out a sum paid by Mr. Geitgey for this entire

,. : Five-year Term. tract was $27,000.. He also purchased highest quality, finely colored: 'and flavored. is the direct result of supplying y

,The Tampa Evening News tells aremarkable property in Glen St. :Mary as a complete fertilizer containing; from 7 to is per cent of I
If you hanu't anplarbnlthymOTemelltlf! the
and unusual story of crime follows: From Howard J. Weeks, poweevery diY,y.a'reillorwtllbe. Ket'P JOur
jewel open and be welL Force in the shape of
in its issue of Saturday last. It says blocks 22 and 39; from William A violent physic or pill poison,i>dtncennm. The POTASHto
46 47 from Mrs smoothes,easiest,moat perfect way of keeping
Moates and
r%. "Blge Brussels, an alleged Greek blocks ; the bowels clear and clean is to take

bs* ? who was yesterday sentenced in the Annie M. Legg, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10. li CANDYCATHARTIC
I-* ,the tree, vine or bush.
+ Criminal Court to five in the and 12, in block 29, and also some of fruit
fir years "Plant Food" is a book well worth a place in the library any
penitentiary, has been shown by the town lands from G. L. Taber, whIchat grower. We will gladly mail it to all applicants.

'' testimony to be one of the most de- this time we could not get a de-
spicable scoundrels who ever figured, crtpt'on of. .
New York-9J Nassau Street or Atlanta. Ga.-1224 Candler BuildingrrBOTTLES
;. in local criminal annals. It is stated, on good authority, that

,t "Brl>sels, who denied that he was a Mr. Geitgey will bring a colony of r

; :- Greek and claimed to be a native of pecple from Ohio his old home, and

Texas, was a temporary resident of (.rate them on this newly acquired EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY

Tarpon. Springs, where he mingled exclusively property. Mod Pleasant, Never Palatable Sic ln.Weaken Potent or Taste Gripe;Good.10.25 and Do
with the Greek colony of 10 cents health.perbos. Write for free sample and booklet *
on Address
Hard Times in Kansas
:., sponge-fishers. The complainant in Shrill*Remedy Company Chicago or New York.

7: the case was a Greek sponge-fisher, The old days of grasshoppers and KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN

". who cannot speak English. Brussels dronth are almost forgotten in the prosperous i

learning that the fisherman had a Kansas of today, although a citizen -. This Dumb Man Sopke.An !

:- large sum of money sewed in a small of Codell, Earl Shamburj, has not interesting incident is reported U, -=-I sgV* !

bag, which he wore under his shirt, yet forgotten a hard time he encountered from Madison by the Times-Union. I

.suspended by a cord about his neck, lie say: "I was worn out and discouraged
in that town. Last
contrived to lead the unsuspecting victim by coughing night and day, and correspcndent i
could find relief till tried Dr. Monday night a man registered at
then raising no King's
into a dark alley, and House "Professor G. Willis t
the Lines
Sew Discovery. It took )less than one as
marshal of Tarpon
called the
./ an alarm Curtis with his wife
and was assigned -
:., ,;- Springs, who hurried to the scene. bottle to completely cure me. The FREE
:_ a room. The next morning he
safest and most reliable cough and cold
in __
See that fellowsaid Brussels
.. was found to be a deaf and dumb
and lung and throat healer dis-
cure ever J Whiskey
well-feigned excitement 'he's a bad pui ;
covered., Guaranteed by Red Cross Phar palmist who was desirous of pulling
robber. He's trying to break
man, a
macy. 50 cents and 100. Trial bottle aside the veil from the future for $1 ,
li'to one of those houses. I saw him ADD
fret'. per head. His business was not only

and called you.' prosperous, but suspicious principallyfor 6 Full Quarts t
The marshal at once seized the Mr. Edison's Liberality.The For $2 95
the reason that some travelingmen
?t, Greek, who, not understanding the Press representative met Professor at the hotel had heard him talking \ Carolina Whiskey Only :

language, was at a loss to gather Thomas A. Edison yesterday, in before. After :
Live Oak the
day ,
/2 Carolina Whisker will give excellent satisfaction. It is a well aged
-what was meant. He protested in his and in a conversation with the "Wiz- supper, about a dozen traveling men t u I article and in our estimation far superior to the decoctions and mixtures I
il sold by irresponsible order whiskey house at S3.00 to SX50:
-native tongue, and Brussels, pretendIng ard" learned that he wished to makean IIII i l i
in the hotel office sent for the palmisto per gallon. We make a special price on CAROLINA WHISKEY to show
to interpret the Greek's explanation ; offer to the Town Council that is that we are not afraid of any kind of competition Our plants cover fourteen i
come down, which he did at once acres,making na the largest mail order whiskey: bowie in toe world. i
: ,, told the marshal that the supposed so liberal that it will at once appeal to With his ready pencil and tablet he ii t i
robber declared he would kill the citi- 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE.
the city fathers, as well as all wrote out the fortunes, past and fuure Send us $%.95 and w. {
him (the marshal) if he didn't turn zens of the town. Mr. Edison informed of several. The men, knowinghis Mill ship you by express 6 f uO quarts of Carolina Whiskey and wwillInclude .
1 I 1 I In. same box complimentary,a sample bottle. each, _
x k him loose. us that he would plant royal palm deaf and dumb nature to be only "Zulieka, 00&4 Band" and Casper 12 Year Old White Corn
'T "This naturally caused the marshal: trees the running from
on avenue assumed were anxious to find out his 1 t tin
to handle the poor fellow roughly, and Street for a mile along River I 1 SPECIAL NOTICE We deliver the above express prepaid anywhere
Hendry reason for traveling in this manner. North Carolina,, Virginia and West Virginia but customers bring :
meantime Brussels advising th-3 in other states reached by Adams Southern Express Companies 4
was side Avenue to the Travers place, just threats him to or
They finally, by got
must remit 50c. extra. Buyers east of Mississippi River residing on ,
Greek, in Greek, to resist as the marshal beyond his own home. He proposes to talk. He said, in explanation of his some other express lines must send $3.95 for the 6 quarts and 3 sample
bottles and we will prepay expreaa. Remit pash with order and addresa IIII
was trying to rob him. This complicated plant the trees, build a protecting box I
that under
assumed role, he was an
;- r matters, and a struggle resulted around each tree, and fertilize and t t t I RoanoKe .
oath himself for two ii ..
to support yearsas II It I III (AIM. WIT* HmJ.a.a.C.) oesesarp.Se.O.tetadDt.WeryN.lit,tth DUt,Vt.
the Greek believing he was defending care for the trees for one year if the a deaf and dumb man and to report I I I All ...t.kid Bud. aDder RmUoul nqwnMni Pn of Food C. &.Offirvra.. Dnc and"..c. naU.t pen. Muter U.

himself from 'a highwayman town will agree to care for the trees in Chicago, August 17, 1907, witha
j' and the marshal that he was capturing that. This is most liberal -
after a wife whom he had won as a deaf --- --- ----

*- 4 a dangerous criminal. offer ,as it will be quite an expensive and dumb man. His stories conflictedin FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

"Finally the marshal bore the Greekto undertaking to secure the royal palm several: details, yet those present

the ground, when Brussels exclaimed trees and plant and care for them a decided to let him alone, provided he Condensed Time CardIn

in English: year and an offer of this kind is sure have the State. He left for Valdostaon Effect April 9th, 1907

Y r .*'Look out marshal he's drawing a to be readily accepted by the Town the 6:40 train the next morning, 35 29 78 28 f

iknife.* Council. It will be the making of the and nothing was thought of the man

Si .'Help me get it,* cried the officer. most beautiful avenue in the State of until the clerk of the hotel reported 6.00p 9.20a Iv Jacksonville. ar 7.25p 8.50a

&: "This gave Brussels the cue he Florida, out.rivaling the famous cocoanut that a suit of new clothes and a pairof 7.20p l0.40a" St. Augustine Iv 6.15p 7.40a

K wanted and he fell upon the prostrate palm avenue at Palm Beach, for shoes belonging to a guest of the 4.45a
lO.OOp 1.25p" Daytona 3.42p
fisherman. Under the pretense of the royal palm is by far the hand- house had been taken from the room

z searching for the knife. Brussels re- somest of the palms that grow in this which the palmist and his wife had l0.45p 2.10p" New Smyrna 3.15p 4.15a

moved the Greek's purse, containinghis section, and when once these trees occupied.The 11.53p 3.13p" Titusville 1.58p 3.00a

hard-earned savings, and concealed attain a few years' growth, the sight
train on they had gone g
1.06a Eau Gallie 1.47a
4.23p" 12.42p
r it upon his own person. The two will be one of the prettiest and most was not In Valdosta yet, so ProfessorW.

then conveyed the Greek to the lockup tropical in the entire State. The mat- B. Cate wired the chief of policeat 3.05a 6.15p" Fort Pierce "lO.50a 11.55p 1

the latter all the time vigorously ter will be brought up at the meetingof Valdosta to arrest the man. In 5.14a 8.15p" West P. Beach 8.47a 9.31p 1
endeavoring to inform the officer that the Council tomorrow nightMr.
an hour or so Sheriff Stanton receiveda "
the other fellow had his purse. Edison called attention to the message to come and get the man 7.50a 10.30p ar Miami 6.25a 7.00p f

I "After some reflection on the sub- waste of the thousands of grapefruitand woman and clothes. This he did, returning J. P. BECK\VITH J. D. RAHNER

.; ject, the marshal decided to make a oranges that were not shipped to train
- to Madison on the late Traffic Manager A. G. P. A. l'
; further investigation of the unusual market this season. He says the Friday night.
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incident He took another Greek to -
c ought to put In a machine for
growers The woman explained the matter by
the jail and interviewed the prisoner. extracting the oil from the peel, as it
saving she thought the clothes belonged -
r The poor Greek told his story, including sells for a good price, and he is to her husband as he bad referred QUEEN OF SEA ROIITE
the taking of the by 1
money amazed that such an item for creatinga to them as being some new

;J'r Brussels. The marshal then realized revenue for the orange growers clothes he had bought

that he had been duped, and set out should be allowed to undeveloped.He .
.. go The couple claim to have been mar
u*. to capture Brussels. has sent samples of the upper ried recentlj in DeLand where the Merchants & Miners Trans. Co's
;; "Brussels meanwhile had left Tarpon -
Caloosahatchee river water and water woman has been teaching German, sheaS.

I Springs, but he was soon locateJ from artesian wells and also samplesof :* .

;' 6 at St. Petersburg and arrested. He muck to his laboratory in New Jer- Curtis pleaded guilt at his trial STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN

\:' had been endeavoring to get two $100 sey to have them analyzed by his before Judge Martin. The court then -

'; bills, which he had obtained from the chief chemist, and has offered to give
fined him $150, or six months in jail.
"!" : Greek's changed in that city. SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct
1 purse the Press a copy of these anahseswhen Curtis gave notice that he would file a .
: Upon his conviction of ,
:t t, grand larceny received.Mr. motion for a new trial, and went backto

}; : in Criminal Court yesterday: Judge Edison is a great believer in the jail. Connections for

4. Gordon sentenced him to five years virtue of muck and all the flat-
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imprisonment, and one of the most en I woods soils will produce well, if Rheumatism Makes Life Miserable I Washington, New\ York and Boston. :

terprising thieves who ever operated treated to a good coating; of muck. He .\ happy home i is the most xa'nahlt' !

a* in this section will transfer his scene is showing his faith in muck, as he poH: !sion that is within the rear h of Through tickets on sale at 1ll'iucipa1ltUilits.

of operations to the convict camps has given orders to have four thou
mankii.l, vou cannot .nj"y its com Avconiiiiuilatioiis and cuisine
I .. : IIU urpa,ett.
Cold While sand loads hauled on the tropical garden T .its if '0I1rt "iitferui,! from rl.cumttini.
't ; Caught Hunting a Burglar SEND FOR BOOKLET.
" he is laying out on the lot across Yon throw aside buMi.e-s tares: !

" Mr Win. This Lanorgin proum lat'oiista.ble the road from his residence. He will \\liMi\oiiuiU-r\oiir home and von cmIH II. ('. \YEK\, ('onl'1tentlaeksonrillp1 t

: at, Ont.uioa\' : also have another artesian well putdown I ? rei:evtd from tho-tj rhrumitic pain J. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. & T. M., W. P. TURNER P. 1'. M.,
at once. ;:alas! fly applvin Chamberlain's: Pain
"I caught a severe colt w'n'e! hunting .a GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, MD.J1VfNCIJJffR.
burglar in the fre.t %";!\rnl() h"t fill ia'mOne avpli'atioJ1iII give you ie! -
ti.iuibenam'iGvi.rh itcnt'dv Grip Quickly Knocked Out ilt.f and its continued:' f?r a short tins
Hearing-f; ; .
I tried i'. and afVr n"!'ii, two -1Illlbut \! ":-'omt> Wt't'k ajit; during; the severe will bring about a lrrrnuentnrc., F"r

s J\' I am \'oml'\'ty: r art-l.! "' fi r::" .t : ttr neither both mwif** atnl I tme'! -AI,. 11all ilru.ui j..t..and m.iln.UKMleili ,

r remr'iv \-> mti'tit'it, t'''::'' ualf! !lr c'ond.- ''f''I1tMrt"t'r.. coMninth sp"edilylevel '"- '.a.T'F''''''
and colds. It will IOOMMI! anti relieve a !<'pe'l into the\\.iatciu.lof h 1ripl] 'rt In Ml- I.Inc. ,, \. '
with all it* nv erabV! : Luwyer- You *n.>nl cold !It*" time than hy other svinp.oms: satyrMr.
severe in any and typewriting Lilly. The Office v "J .: 1ji ; J.. I.f "
treatment and is a ; \ wherever it: : ,1. s .rKMon.; of Mip'e: Lindin/; r UAL C n.
-Aw g'wan! I never cared fer flowers 'i '. \ '' ''
excellence ha, bevorfie known. Iowa "Knees and joints aching: nin- ; ; '''''' N
superior :! au' candy: Puck. ;i'...
For ,ale by all lrn.rzM-: '" and me-laine des sore, heal stopped up, eyes old, hose A3&ggj -
dealers. running, with alternate pellof chill! Chamberlain's-- -- --- -Salve--- 2 j 85jcfe Loaded Black Powder hells 3

and fever. We began using Chamber sf?J. j '
Another Florida Colony. I Thii salve !is interred especially! for ''X .
lam's Cough; Remedy, aiding the same: $ \ Shoot Strong and Evenly -\
core nipples l>urn'. frost bites ihapHt .
Macclenny Standard.) with a double dose of Chamberlain's | .. ": .

One of the most important real es !Stomach and Liver Tablets, and by its hands itching piles, chronic sore eve!<. r. K' ..,.. Are Sure Fire, jj
granulated lids, '>M chrvnic sores and
t tate transfers to be recorded in this liberal use soon completely knocked out eye .r' r Will Stand Reloading .
the grip." Sold by all drafts and for di ea*sof the skin, such 3 tetter, /p, t
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county for some time was made this ,- )7
salt rheum scald head "
medicine dealer ring worm, \l.- y
week, when :Mr. A. A. Gtitsey; closel -------- herpes, barber itch, stabbiea or itch 6..rf ; They ,Mays! Get The Game.4r .
a deal for the Price land in this and CA.STC and It with j:
>:ELXA.. eczema. hasmet: unparalleled 1
Duval Counties. There is something Bean tb Haw Iwals! B>JyjJBipature success in the treatment of tht-e diseases : : For Sale Everywhere.
; ever 9.000 acres of this land locatedin ctl JI.of .-# Price 25 cents per: ox. For sale by all t '*\.1P.1-i
Baker County lying around Mac / druggists and medicine dealer :

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_.i' ,kx'r C ; 'ntnAY APRIL 19. 1007 THE FLORIDA STAR 7 -

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J-.t BASKET I FISH.. A Malt Valuable Agent.
u-t.M' ," } I RELIGIOUS I
z,1/1esE Dried; Be Queer Ares ClONI The glycerine employed In Dr. Pierce'smedicines

1".. '1.. 'Rese..le Plaster of PaIe.. greatly enhances the medicinal
'; k : At lb"'marlne properties which It extracts from native Stead Appeals to Church... --PQTAD1A

r' residence away down medicinal roots and holds In solutIon The detaIls of the international peace
'o! ,in. deep water the name on the door
much better than alcohol would. It also
: plan for the execution ot whIch W. T. .
''- plate would be "Astropbyton." and It possesses medicinal properties of Its own,
Stead the English journalist has come WtO 1 0111K 4
"r belongs to 'a species called ophiurans. being a valuable demulcent, nutritive, 'I
him be-
to America presented by
.:It has a well marked control disk not antiseptic and antiIerment. It adds were [ rnIJttI'
greatly to the of the Black fore the congregation of the old Plym- For Infants and Children.
unlike a clam but has no shell From efficacy Cherry ,. ,. 1
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this central body radIate arms five in bark, Bloodroot,Golden Seal root, Stone outh church of Brooklyn last week. .
root and Queen's root, contained In He that a publicly selected ,
L number and, like those oftthe famlllar starfish -Golden Medical Discovery'in subduing jury ot twelve eminent Americans The Kind You Have
these arms are divided Into I :_ ,
chronic, or lingering coughs, bronchial, three of them women.'shan start soon r
minute branches. lIke the twigs on a throat and lung affections,for an of which
similar committee England -
to meet a
4. tree until! they number In some cases a these agents are recommended by standard __ =
= there lay It before the
; ry thousand and jointly Always Bought
separately defined hairlike medical authoritles. II i
.f tendrils. WhIle the body Is not large I. In all cases where there Is a wasting BrItish government after which com- A'egetablePreparatioaforAssimilating .

the branches when extended measure away of flesh,Ions of appetite with weak mittees from the Scandinavian conn-I 11>eFoodandRegutatitlgtbeStnu -

r! about eighteen inches In diameter. The i atom &s in the early stages of eon- tries shall jointhOg"e dsandBowelsaf the
I sum n.there can be no doubt that gly- fromAmerica
.c creature has the power of Incurling B.ears !
cerine acts as a valuable nutritive and and
., these branches until It closely resembles aids e G idea Seal root. Stone root, 1
a shallow dish. ThIs It does when Qa 's t and Black ChelTJbark In F England and go

I caught and about to die remaining In prom '0 igestlon and building up the to Parts. Thence _e_ SIgnature iciu '1
flesh an s rength controlling the cough
augmented by a Promotes gestion.Clurfut- ,
E that shape when dried. and brio g about a healthy condition
i It bas been given the name of basket of the w Ie system. Of course it must "j J jury of notedFrenchmen neSS andFESLContain5 neither OfbOTNARCOTIC. J
not be ted work miracles. n will this s I
fish. It frequently (when caught by a e to OjaumNorphine nor Minual.
not cure nsumptli except In Its earlier great body
dredge 'n' that Is the only way It can stages. t will .. ron ',. 1i
; proceed
be taken) throws of these arms or t>. han c s n .fi .. '
I a ell truThadcinnic sore : / to the other cap- j
.x: parts of them so that a perfect specl- t
t 0 rst'Of'5g. n acute couI .n- 7- pals ot Europe gs.'Grdfs4MI72mrHAR
; ", men Is bard to be procured in its natu *
Is In the
s not so e ecuvs lingering L_ to Geneva Rome .
,6; rat condition hang"n coughs, or those of long standing
These arms and their subdivisions even when accompanied by bleeding from I11. I ". ff- Vienna Buda-

are almost white when dried and closely lungs that it has performed Its most ii I pest Sl Petersburg gJiM4- I In I 1
marvelous cures. Berlin and
resemble plaster of paris. They are Prof. FlnJey Elllngwood. n. D.,of Bennett ; Brussels In the I :w.. !

T very brittle easily broken and cannot i led. College, Chicago,says of glycerine w. T. Stead .
I : order n am e d. I
be repaired. The fish live the
among -In dyspepsia It serves an excellent purpose. finally to lay before The Hague peace Use
' q 3 roots ot seaweeds and are supposed to Holding a Iud Quantity of the peroxide of
teed upon 'these moving about by hydrogen in solution U II one of the best; conference early in June the following ApcrfectRemedy for onstipa- :I
manufactured products of the present time in plan:
p wriggling clambering with their its action upon enfeebled disordered stom- tion,Sour Stoma h.D1aITooea.!
arms or fastening upon the roots and achs,especially it there Is ulceration or ca- First thirty day mediation of dis- 'Vorms.Convulsionsfeverish- I
tarrhal astrttls (catarrhal Inflammation of putes between nations; second an ap- For Oyer
pulling themselves along. stomach). it; Is a most eftictent preparation. cess and Loss OF SLEEe
Most of the knowledge Glycerine will relieve many cases of pyrosis propriation by each nation to promote
regarding (heartburn. ) and exceolilTe gastric (stomach) peace; third compulsory arbitration of TacSur 1e Signature of -i
their habits Is conjecture for none acidity. '
have been taken alive and kept for suf- -Golden Medical DlscovelTwenriches and secondary matters; fourth no increase Years
parities the blood curing blotches, pimples of armament for fire years. Thiriy
tent time to give them proper ex- eruptions scrofulous swellings and old sores. NEW YOl3K.
Mr. Stead wants the AmerIcan people -
Ctr ulcers.
amination and ,St.
study Nicholas
Send to Dr. R.V. Ptel'Cf'.of Buffalo N Y. to put up $1,000.000 to carry out
for free booklet telling all about
medicinal m=ots cvmposinr this wonder the plan and to use ?00,000 of It to pay
HOW TO KEEP YOU NG. JDtd.iclne. There IS na alcohol In It. the expenses of the American jury.
; -- lIe suggests that the committee shan CASTO RIA
lag hopeful Avoid Worry aad Seethe
THE FIRST DIRECTORY. Include persons representing capital
labor letters science and philanthropy. ;

Women more than men are possessed Qaahlt Olden TIlDe New York Bust.sea. lIe said the burden of responsibility / 7"n.:Ca.T"..cO..Y. NEW YO"eT/

with a dread of growing old not aDd Social Addresses.In was on the united States, bemuse It

s realizing that maturity has its charms the first of Sew York
directory was "tbe most International of nations -

- and compensations. We wish young city which was Issued In 1.81;. there ." adding that "we are on the

people oftener had It Impressed upon are some peculiar and quaint entries. verge of InternationaUsm" Then on ------- ---- -

r them that they may provide for a happy For instance. In those days It was not motion of General Horatio King the

old age by laying up a reserve of uncommon for medical practitioners to I meeting voted to urge the comIng enr. .. -
1 sound health and a store of happy sell drugs, as is shown by the following nestle hall conference to adopt the plm.

t: i memorIes as well as by cultivating "Samuel Bredhurst
address physician While urging his plan to the Sew --FO-

t tastes and resources which will outlast and apothecary 64 Queen (now Pearl) York conference AprIl 8 there arose .s .

youth. As for those who are al- streel" chorus of "Amens:' to which Mr.

ready approaching middle age there Clergymen of that period were ex- Stead replied, obody care a damn 1 Engraved Wedding

1 Is no surer way to grow old prematurely ceedingly precise regarding their title!" for your \mens' unless you do some-

i than to dread the future. It Is essential Thus, \brab.\m Bache reverend of thing" lIe added: "I have come over

J. It we wish to keep young to the Church of England 23 Smith to try to discover the church of Christ 1 InvitationsAnnouncements

-,. cultivate that hopeful habit of mind soL street" and "Joze Phelan clergyman In AmerIca and perhaps you will help

characteristic of youth-tbe hope which of the Church of Rome, 1 Beekman me find !t I want to know whether

.. makes one able to say with Browning, streel" the church realizes Its duties and re- 1

"The best Is yet to come" and with Leon nog rs. tailor of 5 Broadway, sponsibllitIes" lIe salt that the peace

Lucy Larcum, "Erery year me Is larger was described as a "breeches maker; movement had been run by imprac-

. and deeper and more beautiful In John Bean ro Broadway as "surceon ticable people and that he did not expect VISITING CARDS

Its possibilities." Allied with this at- and tooth puller;" 8. Crygl. ro Cherry The Hague conference to abolIsh

4 tltude of expectancy must be the abllL Jo all kinds of
street "punch and porter house; war or even reduce armaments. They -1 and

tty to see the amusing side of life Delepllne ot 132 Queen street "Quaker must unite on this one practical step

Worry and vexation over what would speaker;" D. Hitchcock 89 Queen of compulsory mediation and financial :..1 FASHIONABLE STATIONERY

better be laughed: at result In disfigurIng street 'bouse carpenter and undertake I support. '

wrinkles. Above alt If the years street Address
3.1 Queen
John Hogland. I'
er; New Bit! In Eddy Suit. 1
,' bring us, aa they should, a better un.derstandlng "fiddler etc.;' henry 11. Kip 2;i King

I of ourselves a broadening street "illsJlt..tor or pot and Ilt'lrl The "orIginal plaintiffs or "next THE H. & W. B. DREW Coei
human firmer friend, In the Mrs Eddy suit have
: ki of active sympathies, a ashes;" John Nitdiie. 7 Garden street .
filed a supplemental bill In equity ask-
faith In Providence we shall find life "starch and hair powder maker;" Samuel -
f :: lug: that the three trustees to whom JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
abundantly worth the living, no matter n. WeLu. ZJ Lower Dock street'gentleman" ,
Mrs. Eddy some time ago gave the
i what may he the number of ourblrtbdays. 1
management ot her estate be added to
.-Weslt>rn ke"iew.His In tb'se days. too, there were a great
the list of defendants on the ground
many "geutlew omen" and a few "ivash- that they are working for the same i KODAKS AND SUP fLIES
s. Dear Old Mother women." \U teachers were then al- [
ends as' the original; deCendant'JthatIs. E1
zA dear old who i4 dressed either J.i: oolmasters" or .... .... ..... .
"My niotller now The retail dealers that they are unduly influencing .....-.. l+a 1'7T-- ilnw irR ra1'+r*+S rA+.. -..-. ,.--,

eighty three wars old. thrives on J. :t'C- "schoaimislreues. Mrs. Eddy and managing; her property J..J ;,1..l.\"Jj
Wall and Queenstreets
s iris Bitters" writes 11'. It Brunson, of on Broadway to their own ends. This Is In answer
called themselves ol'keep- :
i Dublin, Ga. "she ha taken them (orf' .tn-ern kl''i- to the motion recently male hy the
the hotel men were
ers, original defendants that the three to ... .._ ., I
and excellent\ ..
about two years enjoys an and the I'Jlit-cmeu were "wa khmcu. ;j7 .. "
ers tees be suhtitutt.'Il: for the 'nextfriends" e
t- appetite. Ct't'I- IOtrOIH! and sleeps well "- ew Yolk Pest.iande r-W i
In the prosecution of the (":lS(>.
That.'s the Electric Bitlt'rs affect the
f way The supplemental bill also asks that t
aged and the same happy rl'8ults1ow\ ) Was '. l1hIK. ASOl?e tthrod$ is a
S the ( ('('(1 ur trust he'acat'll on the

1. + in all cases of female "'t"c\kne-s and gt'nt'rat A strict housewife said to a new ;rnulIl that lrs. Eddy was not com- 1ft: !
.. maid. "I forrot to tell you :Maude that dangerous malady
I dt'bility, Wt'ak; puny children, lox). l'Ctent to execute It and wa a device
If you break anything I'll have to take
are greatly trellglhent'd by them. Gnar.i It out of your wages"hut contrived Iy the defendants to defeat dori t need toi .
and the purpose of the original: suit The
anteed also for stomach, lifer kidneytroubles Maude whom two days bad 1n

by Red Cross Pharmacy. 501- heartily kkeuoo of her berth. repetl., jnlee issnesl" m order for the defendants 1ig sock around IJ.\
tn appear In court to make; answer i
with a merry laugh: "no it.; do
41 I to the petition on April 1;).
L O\i h Oa.. It I'e just broke the hundred dollar y y :.l-- nee1to cure It. 2tJLLARIY

1 "You are anaemic." says the physician vase in the parlor. and It you can take I One KId of Tanning."Yes .

after thumping and prodding."You that out of $I-for I'm leavin' at the MPpO' .,, ...-" %

should practice deep breathing"r end or the wt'ek-why. you' be mighty my SOD." : I ( / J !''Y

"Drep brcathing= retorts the pa- c1e\"er.- \rgonaut "Wl1at kind of wood do they ue !; S

: tient. 'Why doctor, that is just what most in tanning; ?" r .. e; 1() A ?/:>:_ The other Oue.Vhat ,
"Well when I went to school my
3 I do ill the time. I work In a subway ( v-.. 'tV '
street le'\- "\ Is the meaning; of "alter boy they used birch."':"Yonkers StnteJ-!
feet below the .
sixty i
ego?' asked the teacher ot the beginners' I .. MZU'NT d', 'ifb/
el"-Judg T'1:" ...!--C ',
class In Latin."The -
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; gr.l;: __'_
IndoC'E'rlt). other t. said the boy with the man.Chamberlain's ,.. ,.-.. _, .t'.
:; ; gin "nj""t thrr-tt.: 'n p' v' ''
t. Be hon st with yourself whatever curly hair. :, ',: "''f. ;,) V Lbll"e"1t.: :- the pores. ;-.)ino'it :.. ..

: the temptations. Say nothIng to othl "Gin." a sentence containing thephrase. r; ..'-J ',.bb.L.1: !, ..-1"I.' ':) : : .. ,-..t!. ti i ir it

ers that tlo not think and play nor ... ,
you ,
l tricks with your own mind. Of al MHe winked his other I." ..; ...--"t, ._ :-':.:"..'.urrs,Snp\.v. -<;:, unlt! J"J, !f ffib3

the evil spirits abroad at this hour of I I 4 U1r.r: \"QL'N E, .YJ R.SS, .If" &: ';{:i. A S,
Just Because
1'< the world Insiucrity Is the most dangerous.J. I tJ' !l .:RNs AND ALL PAI S. ,

A I'roude.Don't .. 'nnr cough is only in tlN throat ao.1 I

.) Put Off I I not trouble! you now. d.n't think that it 1n \ OfIt I GAVE INSTANT RELIEF.i Iit.
f for tomorrow what you can do tOlIn" i need! ; no attention When it has l1"t hall nry Nth b!: Provo, rt l.h. Vi:;.,:3: "1 hrsv'e used Balard d

bottle of lal-IJ 0111t'h of a start j.. the time t.) Chl'l'k it -; S'10'l..iment for 1 eurrlgIa, 'I'ooth-ach a..d Sore 'PH Ja. Sj
off buying a
$ If you put The siglitest! ; coIIh easily \'a.1o\ : t.. !."runlo''in 1'i a hi'". upon applkaio:1 qv-' ins Inbuilt rdi"!!. i can _.oe m..

J lard's Snow Liniment, when that pain I'I'i bmneiitis anti 1 nn8I1mptioll ,1i ; ': I.' i' r'> ')e'n;; 'h. lw..t ..injpr.t I Lave ever uw:: ill Guyana 1r
won't have any buy a kdtle :: Hugo c4uatd hom Xl'ur.d't.c.: ."'
i comes you i'oP1.pi f 0:111:rd'- Ib r..hoond :'vrup will I J :;
A positive cure PR''r:1.00
may. '
that C'OI1h. The 'rice pills it with- >!
cure (
. contracted muscle,1
burns, cuts, sprains, in then reach of nil. SIld 11) all dnlg> fists. Cough Remedy
t.. etC. T. S. Graham, Prairie Grove. \rk., I !

l .. writes: "I wish to thank you for the w; The Children's Favorite Ballard Sno'v Liniment Co.

results I received from Snow Liniment. I ..-crass--
good CASTOR and I Sb-503 Nor.h Second Street, 1
It positively cured me oC : Coughs, Colds, Croup t

I \ tism after others had failed. rheuroa-I For Infants and Children. Whooping Cough. ST. LOUIS, lISSOURI.

I This remedy le famous for its cures over
t Red Cross Pharmacy. The Kind You Have Always Bought .lane be part dspeaded of the civilized apnn It world.contains It 041al.aya no

o.a.SI'OR.A.l' : opium or other bsrmfui drug sad msy b.
given am couSdenUy to a baby as to an adult Sold and Recommended byRod
1EI KNiI YoI Hale "BJm#
-.. : : Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 cta,

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.,. : i "", F&ANK LIPP-Praetiea.l Shoemaker. Forty 1 Monday for. their home iri .olumbus,I' JAMESPBITCHABD.President. W.H.BROWN.Vice--Prea1dcmL '
< ;'A-"' "M?''Teaa experience; all kind of repairing r- WI NS.BRAG.cume .
\JiF tSF dona,nice an*cheap; alaoladid'and men'i ()hio.
," .. .: -.. #5shoef., made to order..LATEST Mrs. Krulder, Titusville,visited For Thin '

*;' l"Y- CODHTY. Sir.until and Mrs.Monday.J. R. Miot from Saturday Indian River State Bank

After the refreshing showers, the I PoorBlood
"< : NEWS NOTES range growers are busy fertilizing''' C'OV2vTTY DEJOSITOny *

.MiJ., .. 0 :and hoeing their groves. Authorized Capital, $100,000,; Paid-np Capital, $25,000; Average Deposits, 200,000
1 little Happenings That Help to ]Male Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildreth, after a You can trust a medicine

.": ._ ,visit to their father,left Tuesday for tested 60 years! Sixty yearsof General BusinessLARGEST
t ::.. Up the Weekly leispaper Banking
."yet j their northern home in Columbus, experience, think of that!

'; Q. > S.'. COCOA I Ohio. Experience with Ayer's Sar- AND OLDEST BANK OX THE RIVER
< Rev. Wm. Stones preached Sunday
:k 0' '- Many of the orange trees areblooming saparilla; the original Sarsa- Exchange: taught and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated.
I morning and evening to a goodly
and favor consistentwith
Prompt service. polite treatment
: the
:.. since the rain.Mr. parilla; the Sarsaparilla \
: I congregation, the music consisting of conservative banking grantedCORRESPONDENTS
i -4. S. Rhoads and mother were I I'Jft organ, violin and cornet was much doctors endorse for thin blood, :

.!io. visitors in town on Wednesday. I enjoyed. Mrs. Stones accompaniedher weak nerves, general debility. Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, New York City;TheAtlantic National Bank .t- !,

'\f-:5...S't- $- .:;;.,'.,' Our marshal, J. C. Gibert. is busy ] husband and visited at Oak Cottage. .- iu Brat ben even wurlt thia if grand the liver old medicine U inactive cannot and tbe do of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida
these days collecting town taxes. bc.well elJllatll.ated. Fur the list possible reuit 1
.. Tcm ttxMild take laxative dote of Ayer1 .
Mr. and Mj-s. 'S. S. Jones' youngest GEORGIANA PilU wLile taking the SanapanUa. 1. i

I child has been quite ill this week. tefened from last week. by X.C.Ircr Co X>ow n.>ssvt.aug LiRAi&
Also m nnf cturer of BRO.
"-fP'; : Mr. G. F. Paddison is making ex Mr. J. A. Odell left for Evanston t 1 VIGOR. ,

"t: tensive additions to his lumber yard. last Monday, after a two weeks'visit L II ers I A6lECL'fcE CHEWY PECTORAL Groceries Grain and all Food Products.

ae .)S Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Paddison, of with his family. I V> secrete! W*publish Hay, ewe
::' Wednes- { the formula of all our niediclnea. handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
Eau Gallie, were in town on Mrs. A. B. Carter, Miss Mary Wit- ........ in the above lines of goods,and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write 91 for prices on
day. eld and Miss Emily Lyman spent Grain and all Groceries,delivered at your station. E.L.BEAD&BRO..1'ITcsVILJ.K.Fuu

:5 Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Hill, of In- Tuesday in Cocoa. Redstone and son have the contractfor .

dianola, passed through town for a Mrs. Francis: Pierce is having a the building, which will be ready S.J.N"ORTON"

visit to Cuba. packing house built on the old Allen for'occupation this coming fall. ,
t There has been a forest fire almost Plenty of capital is behind the en- flay
place, her present home. Staple and Fancy Groceries a: ;; llin: i
: f daily. Everything is dry and terprise and Col.Hazelwood,of New Hinds,
Mrs.Chris Browne of
Chicago, ar-
wind from the west. York, is at the head of the affair. VEGETABLES SPECIALTY I.r.
rived last Friday to spend a few
Mr.Maurice McCormick, of Ken- weeks with her mother," Mrs. M. C. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hopkins entertained Titulsvillee; i : F1.or1.c1.a.

tucky,is visiting his cousin, Laurence. Munson.Mr ; Wednesday. Dr. Sarah C.

S. <: Abney, of City Point. Rogers stopped off on his way Hodgson,.the Misses Anna and Mary J. LORILLARD JR. LEON S. WILSON t

w :. Preparations are being made for a to New York to spend a day or two Danforth, Misses Hopkins and Hodgson LORILLARD BOAT CO.

{ t big day on May 1st-a base ball with his friend, Mr. L. A. Peek. He and others were of the party. I

game and a ball at night. left on Thursday for his northern The game of five hundred was play- Titxusxrlllo: F1ori.c1.a'

Mrs. M. E. Hill is at Miami on a home. ed by the guests that were present. Engines Installed and Repaired by Expert Gasoline EngineersAgents

visit her mother who met withan Mr. and Mrs. Waldo P. Clement The gentlemen were outclassed by
S to for TermaatxSt Monahaa motors.Mocie motors,Hartford motors,
accident in a runaway. and Miss Catherine have returned the ladies' playing. and District Agents for the Lathrop motorAgents

Cocoa is coming to the front with ,from their cruise among- the keys in MELBOURNEMr. a for the

automobiles. We noticed at almost their yacht Nirodha. They report a
one -
Claude is
very pleasant time. Beaujean adding T & M ReyersibleMARINE
every turn on Monday. nice porches to his comfortable cot- Original
: Mrs. F. Harrison and Miss Milt Mr. and Mrs. Dell Thorn, who

dred, who have been spending the have been camping out along the St. tage.Mrs.. A. T. Mitchell and son Keth GASOLINE ENGINES

winter in Rockledge, left Thursday Johns and Indian rivers, are now lo-
left on Tuesday night for their homein Thoroughly covered by patents
t for their home in Newark, N. J. cated in the Burchfiel cottage. Last Chattanooga.Mr. .

r Dr. Lincoln has moved the fence Saturday a fine baby boy arrived to that Runs Without
and Mrs. Clarence Nash, of 4 The Engine Repairs
make his home with them.
back on his place and given a broad
Daytona, are guests of their daughter ---- --- -
k roadway that is a pleasure to see. Lee Baldwin left for Miami last Mrs. C. H. Stewart, this week. These motors are safe and reliable and

Now is the time to fall in line and do Saturday. He goes from there to
Capt. Alex. J. Goode returned to can be operated by alcohol or kerosene t
likewise. Key West and then to Arizona by
way of Galveston. He will be gone his Melbourne home Monday night with as good results as by using gasollneMA.n.XNE
after three months at Hobe
ROCKLEDGE all summer and if he likes the coun- spending : : RA.XLVV
r Sound.
Rufus Paxton spent a few days in try may make his home there. Eve- Careful attention given to
Dr. Lawrence Peek, of DeLand,
.. Daytona last week. ryone in Georgiana is sorry to have LAUNCHES STORED FOR THE SUMMER
to visit friends in Mel-
came over
Phillip Given, of Newark, N. J., Lee go, and we hope that after a
bourne this week. All old friends
departed for his home on Monday. year or two he will spend the rest of; GROCERY STORE
glad to him. NEW CASH
were see
S The handsome cruiser Anita was his days in the white cottage on
The following pleasant guests from
Baldwin Hill.
anchored in our harbor for a few Hotel Carleton left for the north last I A FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
EAU GALLIE Monday: Gen. J. S. Casement and
buy as low as possible and sell for cash; therefore sell the cheapest.
Paul Shares and family were passengers Cool weather for this season. wife and Capt. D. P. Wright. Look over our stock and get our prices before buying. :
I on the noon train on Thursday Corner Main and Hopkins Streets iG.
s Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Pingrey, of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. I. Lyon and
bound for New York. Delevan, N. Y., will leave shortlyfor son, who have been guests at the ::8:. SE-flLTS: cfc CO., : L

' "' Rev. Father Jno. F. O'Boyle, of their northern home. home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. I '
i Daytona, was the guest of Arthur "
G. R. for the winter returned
. Lyon, ,
Col. and Mrs. Russell of
: !
H. McKeown Sunday and Mon- VICTOR I IlCI'L'
left for their home there north the first of the week.
day. Father O'Boyle is well known -
with their stay at The Inn. We hear rumors of wedding bellsto i
all over the state. Talking Machines Supplies and t
Adams of St. ring in Melbourne ere long. Someof ,
Fippen Augustine,
Mrs. F. S. Harrison and
daughter, was in Eau Gallie this week lookingup our most popular young people _% Records sold by the
Miss "Mildred, have departed for
the business. have decided to join hands and make
their home in Newark: N. J. They piano tuning the journey of life together. Good .
will stop for a few days in Washington. The Eau Gallie Yacht club is gain- luck to them. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE 1 :.

We hope to see them down ing in membership weekly. The
"again next season. club burgee is now to be seen at Mr. L. E. Jones, of Chicago, has Muter'FTITUSYILLE, FLORIDA 4t 4

. J Hodgson's store on the harbor.W. sold to Mr. H. B. Day his attractive _
Hervey Bower, while fighting the houseboat, the Wigwam. Mr. Day
_ fire at Magruder's was struck the H. Munn, of Holyoke, Mass.,
on has CEMENT
,. 45 a jewelry store in the Brown \YHITEHALL I PORTLAND
:-. / head by a board containing a nail. will leave this week for that place House annex, which has done a good
Mr. Munn has been a winter residentof I
" \ The wound was promptly treated business here this season. He now
', ,. Eau Gallie for the fifteen
, and Hervey is 0. K. again. ,
r f years. plans to visit many points on the 500 Barrels will be received in the next t t '
c ,
Death visited our vicinity last river and we bespeak for him successin
", Mrs. Treutler and Miss Elizabeth 60 Costs little than other i
days. a more cement !t.
week and took one of our most respected his business wherever he stops. .
S. neighbors, Mrs. Abbie S. Hornig will probably spend the sum- but is better. *fEAST
,: mer months in Chicago with friends.
Herman. Mrs. Herman and her
4 nephew, Mr. Morgan, have occupied Robt. Mensel will look after Mrs. Spend a Pleasant COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO., !
1 Treutler's home during her:absence.
the Merwin cottage this winter. = alf Kour .
Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material :
Mrs. S. E. Barbour and .
Her illness was of long standing and Mrs.

through all she was patient and un- Frend have both left :Eau Gallie for Eau Gallie, Florida. .

.' complaining. Mr. Morgan accom- their northern homes. Mr. Sumter .

.. panied the remains to Cincinnati, will have charge of Mrs. Barbour'sfine 1\ 1\ 1\ If"I/ !\/\ I\\/\! /\ //I 1\ 1\ 11II 1\\ ( I\, !IMA 4fiftM\ << /\ <\ .I5S"111"'I'r'I"'I''I"'I""r\ .
where they will be Interred.A the during her absence in J;

fire into the
got grove of Major
, Magruder last Saturday afternoonand Forest fires came into Eau Gallie ;: .1
The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.
for a time threatened the de- from the west of town and damagedsome

struction of the whole place. Men property for our townsman, look!** e r. tM HENRY BOSCH COMPANY .
WALL PAPER samples .t
from all quarters rushed to the W. H. H. Gleason, and also caused awn honw-wttanr comfortably im jour '

scene and succeeded in saving the some alarm as to the safety of Sarno cuy that chair wa/I thaa Toucan by make.ransacking better the.siec5oo>toraY >. MACHINE SHOPS i. .

house, the roof of which was ablaze and the Hotel du Nil, the winter .. a.e OM wkU La*-UM very latest II
AHJCU-tb. fevaUwt tints aad richest
several times. The grove was burn- quarters of the K. M. I., of Lyndon, color .[ eta.including imported patterns,

ed over, the packing house and some Ky. The danger is now passed. BoMkttMLIf ETerythU food a waIl papers la the I Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS' .

small sheds destroyed. Great creditis Commodore J. A. Carr, of the ctmtmr. tM-rea get UM lowest

due those who fought the flames. E. G. Y. club, writes from his homein New York-Cfcieaco WiD call with price Bwcfc*.Sampfcway I Ii
Mar yea ass.. Look i HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
Charleston, \V. Va., that cold tees .r.r to nu heart's eoa- ,
j INDIANOLAMr. weather and snow prevailed at the tstrsottl.le.toplig.Boat.bny. It. tmr war oi adwtartac .- I 1i
Roy Inman went to Jackson- time of his arrival. Mr. Carr is an O..MA WaD Papin.Y. I i Agricultural Implements I II

ville on Monday on a short visit. enthusiastic yachtsman and will

Dr. Charles and Mrs. Hill have build a larger vessel for his next W. ELDRED I I SANFORD FLORIDA

gone to Miami on a fishing expedi- winter's cruising on Indian river. The Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator i ,

The club house on the Banana river Scrimgeour Building
tion.Mr. 1 1W.wmMWNM"WNm.wmJ
and Mrs. J. 0. Somers left has been decided upon and C. G TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA I t 1S


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