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 26, 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
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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
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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Ms!! VOL. xxvm TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1907 NO. 1 +

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Hundreds of merchants asked W.
j1 : WEEK Gentlemen's L. Douglas the famous shoe man, AT KLINE'SBargains AND
+: to manufacture ladies' shoes and I PERSONALS
Clothes.... 'I have been one of the first of the for la Every Department .

Pungent Holes Pertaining. Events tunate ones to secure them in addition -, MONDAY, APRIL 291907. Something About the People of TitosYille -
SCHLOSS BROS. MAKE to my other lines. I would justlike
Transpiring About Town for you to see a Douglas ladies'patent I j Ginghams dresses especially in beautiful good for Scotch children's as They Come and Go
Our this has .
season leather oxford for
4 Mr. Geo. E. Pritchett returned $2.50'1 j plaids and solid colors, stripes and Winston S. Branning is sole agent
better than
been bettered at every point. They are really anything|
home last Thursday night. that has ever been made. t j figures of all descriptions, at 12 1-2 for Queen Quality shoes. A complete \

Those suits Schloss Bros. make to Constant progress and advance- Gun metal oxfords also$2.50. Every cents contracted per yard.for as early These as goods Februaryand were stock of the latest cuts at all

: be found only at Branning's are ment is the watchword herethisis pair has the price stamped uponit they have just come in. If we times. ..
if it wasn't would value themat
'' beauties. necessary to maintain the standard $3.50. you had to buy them now they would Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson arrived -

Miss Lena Mendel, who recently of superiority which we in- Also a Douglas in vici kid, patent probably cost the twice much, so you home Tuesday from a few days'r
see get
returned home from Daytona, is visiting sist shall distinguish our garments leather tip for $2.00, and you know White you linen 90 inches wide, especially visit with their son, Mr. T. A. Johnr'"
pair is guaranteed. If not satisfactory
friends atlndianola. They embody all the style and every is refunded. good for ladies' suits, worth son; in Palatka.Mr. .
your money
Mr. and Mrs. H. Watton, of Clif- careful handwork of customtailored JULIUS KLINE Titusville. I 1.50 per yard, Monday $1.00. G. W. Hanford left last week
White Persian lawn,40 inches wide,
ton, were in town Wednesday and | garments, yet they are soldat 'Phone No. 8. I I worth 25 cents, Monday's special 15 for a vacation of a week or so,which '
gave THE STAR office a pleasant call. popular prices. ---- ----- ---- cents per yard. he will spend at his old. home in

White handkerchief linen,36 inches Green Cove Springs.
Mr. J. Lorillard Jr., has disposed LATEST NEWS
We keep at all times a most v.ide. specially good for shirt waists,
; of his river front lot, just south of With this issue THE STAR enters
worth $1.00 yard at 69 cents
complete stock of clothing,shoes, per ,
(., Capt. Nelson's place, to Mr. Geo. E. hats, men's and boys' furnishings. AND INCIDENTSPersonal Monday only. upon its twenty-eighth year of publi-
Pritchett.Mrs. Special prices in embroideries and cation under its present ownershipand
Every item strictly uptodateand laces. I
Harry Wilson was called to management. This paper was 0 y
About that White pearl buckles in
Paragraphs People oblong or
sold at the most reasonable started at Titusville in April, 1880.
Fla. Monday on accountof
Newberry, square, 50 cents is the regular priceof
the illness of her mother Mrs. prices. Mail orders a specialty. Travel Here and There this buckle, Monday's special 29 Titusville public school closes next .

Stewart, who was taken with a Those single coats in mohair and cents. Tuesday after a very successful year.

stroke of paralysis.Mr. WINSTON S. BRANNING serge, no lining at all, are the stuff Mennen's" or Colgate's talcum pow- The school has been somewhat brokenup
Titusville, Florida. ders, these are two of the best pow-
and Mrs. G. M. Robbins'left for summer $3.50 to $7.50 at Bran- ders manufactured, usually; sell fora of late by measles which have

the first of the week to attend the ning's. quarter 18 cents per box. been prevalent among the children.Mr. .

It? opening of the Jamestown Exposition BIG LAND SUIT IS FILED Mrs. C. A. Krulder and her daughter Ladies' undervests with tape in G. A. Reid accompanied Mr.
neck and armholes worth 20 cents,
this Friday, April 26th. They Miss Ruth Sisler and Mr. Bert Monday only, 12 1-2 cents. E. M. Holman to Daytona on the

g expect to return home about next To Remove Clouds and Quiet Title to Johnson and Dr. J. Sills Daniels Ladies' black umbrellas made of latter's launch Tuesday, Mrs. Hol-

Tuesd.. Swamp and Overflowed Lands spent Sunday at Coronado Beach t the best quality of gloria silk, para- man returning to the Fountain City

t A bill was introduced in the house School Superintendent J. R..Walker gon frame, beautiful handles size 24 via train on account of the high
The United States Land company inches, same in men's 26 inches,
Tuesday by Representative Watson, arrived home from Tallahassee worth winds.
$2.00, special $1.49, every one
has started suit the
'y'' of Dade, providing that non-resi- a against governor Sunday night, where he attended the guaranteed. Dr. J. W. Newman, of West Palm

dent fishermen shall take out a license and trustees of the internal improvement meeting of state superintendents in Ladies' white parasols, 22 inch, Beach, who recently spent some
fund and various rail- made of good quality of linen,worth
before operating in this state. session last week. months in Titusville practicing dent-
roads in this state for specific $1.50. special 79 cents.
This is a good law and should be formance to remove clouds of title Capt. R. D. Gladwin arrived home I Boys' wash pants in endless variety .istry, according to the Miami Me-

passed.Dr. to certain lands and quiet title thereto Friday afternoon and spent Saturday of patterns, special 29 cents per tropolis, expects to leave in a few
and Mrs. J. B. Ross and Mr. with his father and mother, pair, all sizes. days for the Panama canal country
also asking for instructions and
Ladies' white linen oxfords
and Mrs. E. M. Holman, of Daytona leaving Sunday morning for New canvas with H. C. DeBerry, of Miami.
directions for the execution of a blucher style, pump sole and leather
arrived here in their two launches trust and to restrain sale of certain York city. heel, worth $2.00, special $1.49. Mr. P. A. McMillan of Eau Gal-

last Friday night and spent from lands in this state first deeded to Mr. F. C. Battle purchased an elegant Mail orders promptly filled on any lie, starts: next week for Chicago
Saturday until Tuesday among.theirTitusville Racycle the first of this week of the above goods, with his
the state and then sold or granted by JULIUS KLINE Titusville. "Everglade" collection of
friends. Mr. and Mrs. the legislature.This from the Indian River Music House 'Phone No. 8. live alligators, snakes animals birds

Holman expect to spend the summerin suit is adverse to the L. & N., for his little boy fitted with coaster and tropical growths which will be
Daytona. Dr. and Mrs. Ross'expect brake. It is needless to add that exhibited
Southern and other transportation California Vs. Florida I City park and in
to make a trip to Lake Worth Master Battle is proud of his
companies. The plaintiff claims that very Several weeks ago a letter came to I St. Louis all summer. The outfit I

x ,soon in their launch. by act of congress of Sept. 28th fine mount. an Ormond fruit grower from an old will occupy the whole of an expresscar

Mr. Andrew Canova and family 1850 the government granted Florida Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Guinn, who guest of Hotel Ormond spending this or more.

moved to Sanford yesterday where all swamp and overflowed lands, I have been stopping here for several winter at Santa Barbara, California, Dr. J. S. Daniels went to Lake

Mr. Canova has secured a position as and that the trustees of the internal. months past, occupying one of Mrs. and who had often eaten Florida Helen the first of this week and informs -

hostler with the A. C. L. railroad. improvement fund have the titles to Webber's cottages on Main street fruit and highly appreciates its superior us that while there he pur-

e The Burns cottage, which this fami- said lands and are ready and willing returned to their home in Kentucky qualities, requesting that two chased 25,000 brick from,the Bond

ly have occupied will be rented by to sell such lands, which are reserved yesterday. Mr. Guinn's health was boxes of grapefruit be expressed to Brick company for his new building,

Mr. A. B. Yelvington and family, for the plaintiff company, and which, not sufficiently improved to justify him that he might show California which are expected to arrive next c

', and the Hall cottage, which Mr. according to an act of the legislatureof them in staying in Florida. growers what real grapefruit looked week. This building will be 22x60

? Yelvington leaves, will be occupiedby I Jan. 6th, 1855, has a right to the -like, tasted like and- -truly is. The one story high. He is now lookingfor

Mr. Spell who has been living in I lands involved. Sale of the Lorillard Boat Works two boxes were expressed and the brick layers to do the work. "

the Carruthers cottage in North Ti-i The suit is brought in this seventh We understand that Mr. Lorillardhas following is an extract from the let- Mr. tusvifle. : judicial circuit and will be- sold his marine railway businessto
come up ter, acknowledging receipt of the pool room and cool drink stand in
The Seaboard Air Line railway fore Judge Jones. The plaintiff alleges Mr. Adhemar Brady and that Mr. shipment: the building formerly known as the

a having been named as the official that various acts of the legisla- Brady expects to take possession the "I am having lots of fun with the Scrimgeour building Wash-

route to the Southern Baptist con- ture involving land grants are un- first of the coming month. Mr fruit. I have never seen finer and it ington and Main. Two corner pool tables
constitutional and if suit is decidedin Leon Wilson disposed of his interest
; vention and auxiliary societies which is a revelation to these growers here. were brought up from Cocoa the i,
1 convenes in Richmond Va., May 16- its favor numerous acts of the to Mr. Lorillard, but will probably They admit that they have never first of the week, by Fred Wright.

21, 1907 announces rate of one fare legislature will be upset. continue the business by a lease seen grapefruit before. I wish you These were used in the Motlow saloon t
from Mr. Brady nnder the of .
t plus twenty-five cents to Richmond name were here to see their amazement. at that place. We understand
Free Art Exhibit Last Friday the Titusville Boat Works. Mr. Lor-
and return. Tickets at this rate They get scales and weigh and meas- 'that the whole lot on which this '
I will be on sale May 13th to 16th inclusive The room of the Progressive Cul- illard and family expect to spend the :ure them. I have some of them on building stands is about to change

with final limit to leave Richmond ture club, in the Presbyterian church, summer in Titusville.For .exhibition at the fruit growers' display hands.

t returning fifteen days from was crowded last Friday afternoonby .I and it makes them tired."
a pair of troupers go to Bran- After spending a little over five
the residents this to view
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of sale with extension privilegeto
date ning's. Now on exhibition the largest months in the Mr.
Taylor cottage,
the free exhibit
17th 1907. art sent out by the Schooner Charlotte Casse
June General Federation of Women'sclubs assortment of latest cuts, $1.50to and Mrs. W. M. Prindle expect to
The schooner Charlotte Case,
$7.00. leave this afternoon for their home ,
FUUSITUUE, DRY GOODS 8110&- which were on exhibition that which was driven ashore near St. I
in Huntington. Va. This is their
Ladies black nio gnetaireloves afternoon only. i Florida Leads in Celery Augustine has been taken off the
in lisle taffeta finish. third season spent in Titusville and
Automatic t'\.t'-la"1 holders.New The collection numbers about sev Florida i is a strong competitor of beach and will be repaired by her'!
this climate has been beneficial
line all\er embroidery and net. enty-five pieces, consisting of oil Kalamazoo, Mich., in the celery business present owner, G. W. Corbett. Mr. !I I very
IMrigerator and watrr coolers. paintings, water colors, etchings, I to Mr. Prindle'shealth. Theirmany
-and the competition has only i Corbett purchased the vessel l from x
fitted and sold.t friends will be them
Hawke!< eyelaaofs glad to see re-
Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 etc., by renowned artists the etchings just begun. I Capt. Robert Otto, who gave up all :j r turn I again in the early fall. Mr.
by Rembrandt and other masters Florida produces than .attempts to save the vessel. :
more celery Capt. j jI I
Prindle leaves his launch herein
Church Notes I being loaned by Roullier, of any state in the Union: There were I I Otto, who is well known in Miami !|
(I I charge of Nelson's marine railway
Rev. Wm. Stones ill preach on Chicago. shipped last sason over 150,000 has secured a position sailing master -
but order the boat sent north
; may
Titusville. Some of the paintings and water GOO carloads valued the yacht Palladin which is
Sunday next at 11 a. crates or at on ,
( later for the
Lord's supper and conference after colors are valued as high as $300.00 300000. now in the Ancient City, but will 'I summer._ =---
to $330.00: and on down to as low as : fact that Florida is the '! cruise the coast far
sermon. Preaching at Oak Hill at The largestcelery soon up as as I Dress Making Parlors

7:30 p. m.Evening. $15.00. Some of the residents of Ti- I producing state in the Unionis :Jamestown. 1 Mrs C. A. Kiul
and sermon in St. tusville are good judges of artistic one of which every Floridian shouldbe II parlors in THE :STAR building,
prayer work of this kind, and it was gener proud. For long time Michiganheld : New Penny Photo Gallery ground H<*or. Trimifiinx: hate a specialty 1
church Sunday next
1 St. Gabriels on ally conceded that the valuation of the palm but Florida has out- 25 photos for 25 cents. Kodak finishing
A full attendance of all FUR SALt CHEAP KK CASH.
at 7:30 p. m. stripped that state. The of the 1 i
the paintings, etc., was excessivelyhigh. crop a specialty. Julia street, Ti-
who are interested in the church is present season will be larger than tusville. About 8i acres of good high land on
I t I earnestly requested. A cordial invi- that of last season.A the east or ocean side of the Indian river ,
gentleman who has had long at the Narrows! described as follow: Lot
I tation is extended to all. GCN REPAIR SHOP in handling the celery experience -I( Draying No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section
Send your runs for repairs to Henry the of Kalamazoo cropin i I ti Draying or hauling: of all Kinds promptly 136, in township south, range 39 east.
t Call at Titusville Livery, at rear of Beneike. All work thoroughly done neighborhood attended to. Meets all trains. Store This land IS unimproved but finely lo-
i Robbins' law office, for stylish rigs. Guns loose in the breech tightened equalto Mich., stated that the Michigan product I, wood for sale at all times. cated. For farther particulare address
. Leave your orders for hauling, both doa new,'also! guns stocked and shotguns could not compare with Florida 11. E. HOLTOV, 1-;. M. Lew, i
: ble and single. M.Osban, proprietor. rebored, etc. H. Benecke, Titnsville, Fla. in flavor or other features. l Tituaulle, Fla. Brockton,Mass.c2 .



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Richmond, Washington, Baltimore. ,'

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\ on the Investment In case the city premiers of Great Britain's self governing (

I ILEGALCRIMINALI I sanctions the purchase. colonies and the home secretarywas
,, held at London. Premier Camp-

'.' Standard Oil Found Guilty. I 1 Bannennan opened the proceedingswith

Before Judge Landis In the federal EDUC.A.TIONAL a speech" of welcome, suggesting SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL.

., court at Chicago the Jury after being subjects of discussion such as preferential +;:
To Pay Women Teachers More. trade defense "
a permanent council -
out four hours rendered a verdict of
guilty against The New York state senate. has pass- immigration penny postage, etc.

.. the Standard ed the teachers' salary bill the objectof Dr. Jameson as premier of Cape Modern Pullman: : Ep"\'t: ,;
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__\ company on all which is to give the women the Colony, expressed" the hope that at the

of the 1,405 same salaries as the men in New York next conference one man would stand

counts in the In- city schools. It is based upon the for a united South African govern J
ment. General Rotba, the Transvaal THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE .
::- dictment, principle that the position should 'de-
premier was much lionized and at a
."" ing possible the termine the salaries and not the sex,
s. reception In his honor his former foe, NORFOLK VA.
# imposition of but gives the city board of education ,
e Lord Roberts almost embraced him. .
1 ( fines anywherefrom discretionary powers so as not to violate
The Boer leader again pledged his devotion -
$1,400,000 the home rule principle. It provides to the British flag. Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily

: to $28,000,000. for a minimum salary of $720,

:" The case for the with fixed annual increases equal fpr Biggest Battleship Launched.The .

government both se.Ies.Preceptorial. Japanese battleship Aki, which \ t

If ,..;" i 1 based on the alleged System Good. has just been launched successfully at For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, orwrite t. ,

;fig rebating Kure, Japan outclasses the British! to
4r le U- of oil) shipments Dean Fine of Princeton reports that Dreadnought; and gives Japan the credit S. C. BOYLSTOX. Jr., Asst. General Passenger Agent, rJACKSONVILLE

/ from Whiting, fifty-eight students were dropped at of having the largest battleship in
the end of the first term agaiusteTentyone ,
.. Ind.,to St. Louis as the world. The Akl Is 402 feet long,
last and regards this
over the Chicago year S31 wide has l!>,&10 tons displacementand
together with the small number of fail-
and Alton. turbine engines of 23.0UO horsepower f
l ures the freshmen, as proof of
Evidence show- among expected to give her a speed of J
d Judge Landis. the success of the preceptorial ystem.. I I 0
ed that while twenty-one and one-half knots. She
virtue of which students receive individual -
the published tariff fixed a rate of has three funnels and an armor belt
attention from instructor
IS cents per 100 pounds the Standard nine and one-half inches thick. Her
somewhat on the English university
011 company of Indiana was enjoying armament includes four twelve-inch,
plan. The dean that the systemwas
a rate of 6 cents a hundred. The defense says twelve ten-inch and eight six-inch guns.
effective from the start in its
was that the Standard people very She was designed and constructed exclusively I
main purpose-namely the promotionof
'' did not know that the six cent rater by Japanese, the net time of
the course of learning among; the un s fc<* .5 S.
had not been publNhed. The verdict her construction being only eight ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT. x.
dergraduates in gelleral"-aoo he adds {
is a victory for the administration in months. =
that the most careless students who ED FOR SATISFACTORY ih ,
f ita war on the trusts, but is in no sense
-. at first objected to the requirement of England's Giant Cruiser. USE IN FLORIDA
final, for the defendants at once filed WATERS _
work in term time are beginning to respond TIle new British armored cruiser Invincible .
a motion for a new trial. :
was launched from the Els- t
to its influence.
-; Patterson Must Pay Fine. wick shipyard. This Is one of a trio Regal Marine Engines :mot Yl a

In sustaining the action of the Colorado of the largest cruisers in the world, the

I supreme court as to the $1,000 I FOREIGNTroops I first of which, the Indomitable was Stand for the highest type ofmechanical .-e

fine on ex-Senator Patterson for contempt launched March 1C. The dimensionsof They bkill and reliability : )J / 'i ;
are four cycle, jump
-, in publishing criticisms and car- Out of Manchuria. | these two vessels are alike-namely, ,. spark ignition,automobile type. : ,, ,fg' (4, '
x -1 tooci of the judges the United States l., ;,0 tons, length Ti30 feet They areequipped mechanical valves, float feedcarbaretorenclosederankcase
The last Testige! of war In Manchuria
"; supreme court tries to distinguish between with turbine engines and expected *fc ti f
has been steam forged crank shaft, and F
m > the license and the liberty of now removed the Russian to attain a speed of twenty-five bronzed bearings Have the ;

P j the press. The decision was rendered and Japanese troops having completedtheir knots an hour fewest number working parts + t.
evacuation of that section of tbe consistent with a perfe
by the vote of seven to two Justices Old Age Pensions Provided.In motor and operating -
Harlau and Brewer dissenting, but 011different Chinese empire last Monday. All military exclusive many other
the house of commons Chancellor features found only in the Regal
ground Patterson's defense movements have ceased and the ,

,was that the Colorado court had been Manchuriau towns have been turned Asquith showing Mibmitted a year of a uuubual budget prosperity statement, THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT '

,$ : packed to seat Republican officials and over to tbe Chinese authorities. Cbkia with a reduction of the national debt Made in Lrt'e ty.H.. 3 and s IL P. single! cylinder; 8 to 13 H
had usurped lie claimed the P, double cylinder 30 II. P. four
power. cylinder
has written to Japan expressing her and a surplus of nearly $:J7.UUOOUU./
-t I right to prove the truth of his charge appreciation of withdrawal of the lIe proposes to provide relief from the We also manufacture a line of heavy, slow speed, working engines
In the courts. Justice Holmes delivering from 6 II. I. single cylinder to 45ll. P. four
Japanese troops and giving assuranceof burden of the income tax by having

the majority opinion said that the reorganization of the Manchurian earned incomes, below 10UUO( he less The many hundreds of Regal engines DoW in operation throughout -

T : r punishment for libel may extend to the provm-es. April 15 was the expiration by 0 cents. for every pound sterling.To the country are a guarantee of the satisfaction they are giw-Ing
true as well as to the false and this
'I : of the eighteen months limit equalize this he proposes an increase Get a Regal in the ;
rule applied more clearly to cases of Beginning Don't Experiment
for the evacuation of Manchuria, according on the death duties* of large
r ,contE>mpt. Justice llarlau thought thtC"Ourt' >
a p to the treaty of Portsmouth I fi rtuns. The old age pension scheme Hand-onie explanatory catalogue mailed free on requebL ,
;; decision impaired the freedom
t is set to go Into effect next: year awl .
; ,$ of speech under the constitutionhuli Bonilla on American Warship.The Regal Gasoline Engine Co.
$7;XMKiU i isut aside for that lmr-
t he held to constitute "essential part* cavy department received word
of every man's liberty" Justice P.rtvv last week!: from Commander oyle of jxv-o. Intense interest was hliowu in Cold Water, Michigan ,

a' er held that the supreme court hall jurlsdietion the l'uific fleet in Central America ; this budget throughout; the country

as to the question of rights;; waters that the Princeton had : Good Judgmenti )

raised by Patterson left VintpnlM with the frsnlue President 1. r.ll.t: >>.'- ... ", .; Y) t
i the e-Hiitial iliar.u-ttriftic of :
t t ItonlMi! of Iloiulnris on imird men anWOHan.
New Plea by Eddy Trustees. The l'r Invaluable to good II\1 l int' !>I
'S :Messrs.' Raker Tenulil and McLel. i n'ton.
\ 1 was ;g<>ir.j; tapuhit. < men and nwir\' f>'ewin \
4 Ian who ret.'l'iltlye"e named trustet-s -jo. ..\ Me\' wonnn 'Lows good judgment when she THE SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO
of the estate of Mrs Eddy the Christian -Jll.
I.''I fJ. Ai? Ifou. AniI:'rttillatai buj \\ lute's Cream Wrmifiije for her
Science lender. lave made :ansvt !{ '
biby The -'est worm 1I11'1.lklr.t', ever offered PIANO
to the supplementary plea of the ori;;:. sS( "I'
,, nal plaint'fT; that they the trustee: It-I I rnV!: '::F :lla Cruz. i iI to ntotht! Mane indeed, are the
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f- added tv> the Ii-t of defendants ..n the j I,t" .' '?i 1 i j.< ill'rtun'.'lml'liJ !sons-shit'! loot h-r.; who write expre !"irg THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO

'{ ground of Inv'.ujr! ben In tlieoiivpi I ,- \ .f,",, 'a mn' with i the their gratitude for the 11.IIit'alth of

4.. racy tcontrol: l Mrs, !:.lIIy. T! e t.-., i ;_t ::rt'\'mtlt Iw- Hit ir 1.Iil.lren.I d. they owe to the

.: I r tees now d"'ny all the attritions! an'1 : -, 1 tat'I..IPrpsidettt IIM-" of White (.'.iratutnnifnjn>. Sold

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I. :;jt in j->Jfl faith. r. ,(>-. ;; ; :\Ir:1. melons' soothing :Syrup ha-:

'. iXW ,r" d"frated berg n,..ed fi,r owrixty by million
I ;;; ; years
New Ycrk 1 Italians Disarmed. i '. 1 ; ". .
i shouid' of mothcrsforthcirehiidren! while teething -
\: ,, 1 i Following t!:e killing: of one policeman '- I -.e w .ntiw-
: with perfect MICIV-=. It sootliesthe
: and
tie 'votmding of another j't 'i 1tit t'entral1n.erira
f New" York bv Italians .'iisige l in a Pr del: i: 'nHa. i deli! chill, "often the gnm: allays' ail pain,

: street figit. Pol'e Commi"o1l'r fling-: i terms ot tum'a, .'r -\uuipiila to 1 cures wind viiiand is the best ft..m'll :' r i

.. ham orr(>(l the arrest of nil Italiinsjuswcted iartgil.1 are ;It';i: .-arriet. tit!t for durrhoea It will relieethe poorlittle -- __ -

.. of rarryi1ctpI) Ont peatftaly.. It v.j I'.r :-Mrrenuer I.f' ..nirererimnuoliately. ':o'dbydrnijite : -

t 1Immlrl'tl men wore arraigned the tir "
tt i : i n e\ery part of he w orM.) T\\entyfive "
anti the' work went t>n ail the .,, All ue the entail .\ re- ,. u' "" V... Tkr -=? ""* % *
i cents a l ottl I I It a -ne and a-k f,r
week.: with the result tint: a large Burns publu-s are now talking of n -unt''fl'Un i i i '"p T I
: "Mrs: \Vin-I.."',, Syrup," and .. art '''t ,. ..
I tft grin ai lt'ut ,t --- -
tier of coiuvaie-l: guns and k'int"or : IIPrtain; ent I"'al?. tlenegotiati4.n y t.A.5. I
I 'f 'onftelIt"l.L to !ire held either in Mexico : loke MO other k'udl.tuarantee under rf '
... IY
: City (>r '. ..sllin1tll.: the food and Irnjr art, Jane JJOth, 11\.If
Court S2rs Municipal Ownership. ,
:Serial nmulterl0K.!
The !supreme c-ourt of Illinois InsroiiileTtd I Leopold A" ers Chamber.The r. 1

n decision :i> to the !legality in'ii !,.tti:>n of all j':!rties in the
I In the <'atai: : 1JiOTi cr Ilorf.lunis all the
of the :V7VNHMHIO; worth ofIu 'lr: liezintLI! cLamlier of det uties \\.is ,.. .. .
( ; 1,1 flI' p. ,"'r tin::rt T ire made
law eertilicatetrliich!' \\vrto \ >f .ihr'inxn. ih less than
: ) costs
for the purpo. of wqu"i: "g imn.rdiitc I'j n';al tit"-ree: !
pipe tLere
ln.-sessinn of the strwtar I in-ern'n: ;.: the hours of labor in t'>.-

l rop Ttios (If Chicjgi, holdiini: tint W fut'.. the tler.roe l.cin! tenntrr:[::ned

their i issue would In? nrla wful. Thus a I by mini""tirs who had .'m<-ully rehin

deathblow was aJmini tere to the : e authority before

ownership of the street car tines by the parliam<'nt.t the time I\b: u I.ergnllct| utt'sPiUsFOR

V city of Chicago1ulc the opinion Cf ntmiiPtl to tay away in the I: \'il'r.:.

does not s lY anything; definitely as to and the ih.:n;I-er was rife with talk of A line that meets all demands

the of the to and a hi.,.tile d'! -iron ;tration against: him.
right city own openate both I
the car line, the only visible and Ruder the I law the ministers may withdraw TORPID LIVER. as to quality and price .

available means of doing so under ex. a bill pr!..r t.> its adoption by the A torpid lUerJcranjjes the whole!

f tiug law is taken away, and the senate, but in this case its llrrwa'" system, and produces Selling Price from $450

Mueller law itself becomes a virtual hot announced until after it had re- SICK HEADACHE, -. to $850Full

dead letter. TIle decision also has the stcrted: and when a test vote had d5sthirtv Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheu-

.a effect of making the traction ordinance : closed only .two npporter The matism, Sallow Skin and Piles. particulars sent on application

recently passed by the city Liberals and Socialists reuard I*'opold's i There Is no better remedy. for these

council and approved at the election act as unconstitutional i common diseases than DR. TUTT'S

twenty year permits unless some one Colonial Premiers In London. I LIVER PILLS, as a trial will pro\e. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
Take No Substitute. TITUSVILLE -
is found to pay a bonus of 20 pjer cent The fourth loiiferiiu-e teen the ,





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vaded the city by reason of the meeting

:>at. of the peace congress at New York

was floe discourse delivered by the

Rev. Dr. Morgan Dix:, rector of Trinity What Would .

4 n chunh. He referred to the professionof '>.

4 F arms as one of the oldest in history

honorable and useful to the state. lie You Do --1

characterized as an "ancient honorable -

necessary art" and spoke lightly -

of the impending peace congress. If three good physicians

Among the listeners to Dr. Dix wag

Bishop Potter who at the peace choral should pronounce your ,; i

w r service in the evening criticised the case hopeless. If they
Y yt t clergyman's remarks. should decide that you

r ..'_'" _.__ __.n. .... ........ __... __.',n_. "._..yy..' ......-....-.--_. ...' .....: ..-,.-..-..... .........- '! Home\t a last session of the sacred college at six weeks.] And if you
stn week Pope Pius appointedseven
task of distributing surplus wealth far termine which may raise a banner new cardinals, five of whom are should get well, after us-

> I. SOCIOLOGICAL I the good of others. I clasp your hand most attractive to the multitude."* lIe Italians one a Belgium 'and one a ing only $12.00 worth of

Your congratulations -are highly val referred to the president's "cataractsof Spaniard. This makes a total membership -
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and
Peace Congress Openssy ued"' twaddle" and his 'lava streams of of fclxty-tw-o In the college, a

The much advertised peace t invective turned on to wash away ob- majority of whom are Italians. During Xervine, what would :you .

s which Is a sort of unofficial prelude congress to 1 POLITICALBryan I If noxious evidences of double dealing the consistory the pope spoke at advise a friend in like con-
It* I I referring to the Harriman episode. He leiappealed regarding the situation In
= f. the international conference at The dition to dog
for one "final attempt to join France, showing much emotion, but Indicating -

} s i Hague opened its session in Carnegie :f Would Purge Party. hands with the conservative south" to that his future attitude wouldbe .1 have to thank you for saving'my i

hall New York city on the evening i j At the Jefferson dinner of the Brooklyn blaze the way for the entrance ef truth that of calm resignation rather than wife's life two years ago. We bad

of the 14th. Bishop Potter presided ia '.,, Democratic club April 16 WilliamJ. and sincerity. militant opposition. He announced his third continued doctor with, like the the doctor two until previousones the

the absence Andrew Carnegie, who .. Bryan, whIt was the principal speaker Florida Against Negro Vote. acceptance and recognition of the republic said that nothing could be done ;v
for her, that she had better be taken
Ii was the permanent chairman. At the and who was heralded by all the By a vote of 23 to 3 the Florida sen- thus contradicting rumors of a home from the hospital to quietly wait

next session a pettier. from IVesideut other speakers as the Democratic presidential ate adopted a resolution declaring the royalist, plot which recently were circulated her time. which would not be over 5
week at the most. I brought her
in France The
;, candidate next year, said frankly fourteenth and fifteenth amendmentsto pope contended home and then I thought probably
ohjests ; that he had not made up his mind the national constitution void and to ] that the French government was Dr. Mites' Heart Cure and N rvine

some length to the work being done by :I whether he would be a candidate or disfranchise the negro in that state. It trying by unfair means to confuse the each might and hoJp some her,Nerve 1'0 I got and a Liver bottle Pills of

'. + the United States toward the promotion i not but that in the near future he was' certain that the house would fol- institutions and regime of the country: and commenced to rive them to her.Ae .

of international peace. The president .1' would announce his-position; then hi low suit and that the whole matter with the view of placing upon him the encouraged soon seen by this an improvement we continued giving and- .

i' made a distinction between peace the course of his speech he came out would come before the supreme court.Calls onus of having opposed popular government the medicine \\"e gate her eleven

and righteousness with which Carnegietook squarely for the initiative and referen- ; nevertheless he was pleased takes bottles it in occasionally all of the now medicine.if she feels She .'
sharp Issue. Quotin the statement dum as the coming Democratic doctrine to notice the unity and loyalty of the the n *d. I am In the ministry and
that righteousness "exalteth a holding that' however it might James AA*. AA'adsworth former Republican French: clergy. lIe would oppose love have been for 44 years"

nation," the presiuent said "Though be retarded by some of the eastern congressman from New York. to hatred, truth to error and forgiveness REV.Genda P. nLUGA.Kans..
Democrats wlio as chairman of the house committee to insults and pray that the Springs
: normally peace is the handmaid of they could never defeat It. ene-
righteousness yet if they are ever at At this point speaking in impassionedmanner on agriculture clashed with President mies of religion would cease their persecutions Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Is sold by
Roosevelt on the meat Inspection your druggist who will guarantee that
he said
odds it Is righteousness whose cause :
the first bottle will benefit. If it falls
bill out in
. we must espouse" He also urged that "The .right of the people to govern came Thursday an Interview Catholic Hierarchy Meets. he will refund your money.

the peace men.should not "by Insists themselves Is the fundamental Democratic bitterly assailing the president The Catholic archbishops of the
Miles Medical Co. Elkhart Ind
oiling and fakir"asd
ing the off the differ about a "humbug a ,
on impossible put day doctrine. AAVmay United States held their annual meetIng -

when the possible can be accomplishEd other questions but if there Is a man saying that the country Is fast at Washington in the new $100,CXX>
awakening to the real character of this
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Carnegie asserted that peace and calling himself a Democrat who does* mansion presented by them to Mgr.

righteousness could not be divorced not believe in the right of the peopleto bloody hero of Kettle Hill." The Immediate Falconio, the papal delegate. A request 1h,M ast laltiailt Cat i f YatU and BoatB1ti4tiey
and what could themselves shall drive him occasion of this outburst wa n""ts n r fllIlislltd.
asked be greater righteousness govern I from New York to erect a Catholic -

than peace on earth good will out of the Democratic party if I can. the requested resignation of Collectorof hall at Cornell was denied as it RUDDER

toward men.Professor and I may add that if the Democratic Revenue Sanders at Rochester, he, was deemed necessary to concentrateall

Hugo Munsterberg of Harvard party does not believe in the right of. hetng one of several of Wadsworth's efforts in developing the Catholic HOW-TO BOOKS

4" came into the limelight by defending the people to govern themselves It will friends who hid been displaced to favor university by affiliating with Catholic Over;oro teats have ban built from the lines t

the military system of Germany I have no difficulty in driving me out the friends of Congressman l'orter.Wadsworth's colleges and high schools. The hierarchy printed in these IOOK& SuccessfuJy sailed m

saying;; that the majority of the of the party." successor. Wadsworth ] denied the report that Rome had every draw cline? of an and raH upon:>. shom every;sea want Full it is detail and
I that Sanders had made
German people did not find it burden'e This was incorrectly reported In some says a good I foiled upon the United States for atoowon how to make itT rxt extremely! simple
record and had been at recent
passed a
or objectionable, whereupon M r. papers as being;; Mr Bryan's declaration $? > contribution to Peter's pence.It HOW TO DJI'.O A RACER FOR $50
Carnegie protested that if the thou that he would drive some particular -i examination with high marks and had was decided to make a more accurate Is fat*rnw,.>lk..I L....,..OT...hail,.fraamatlteiA
been directed to renew his bond for twerp guuJ Party;;bat foe a 100'1 tv luirm Ue buuiMM tag
# L sands of Germans employed at Pitts- man out of the party and it was enumeration of the church membership HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK
another term when the demand for his
S burg were asked why they left home said that he had reference to ThomasF. in this country and a committee A ear l'al tot .flmn-1. s.Jor kiHirkaw .l>.nt b
resignation came by telegraph and that ranir M. f S they would answer "Conscription. Kyan. to do this work in conjunction with it; UJ|'-1.. root c.>n.j.lct,l txmu.
1. t Editor Stead also contradicted Mun- In answering the question how much he was allowed no hearing the federal census bureau was ap HOW -.0 8UILC A PACING SLOOP
's Resenting President's Slur. I loot ear"--.'i,I rtntK! rrer imfUfi', a pnfmtrr '.
sterberg. money a man could have and remain a pointed.r \n \-.iia; ea.1 t. baud, *v
' ;; Another chapter of the was said that if makes 10.....Il..
congress Democrat he a man Labor organizations in many places ,
i written by the women delegates. Mrs. his money honestly there Is no limit over the country have taken othual action EXECUTIVE ] HO.Y TO r JILO A MOTOR LAUNCH
Sniple c 4 ]>rart'<'''l.flnrwinj how con-tract aUaad
, ..$, Henrotin. former president of the Federation I provided he Is the master of his mont to bow their resentment concerning hill lor...*wi.ft...'tailor TXT-.1 otbrr plaM.

, : of Women's Clubs, said that ey but when his money Incomes his the comparison made bj 1'rcMueut HOW TO BUILD A I'.NOC\AilOUT!
I Standing Army For Cuba. A fin* a I*r"'.:od fnttua; bo..t. gaoil cabin exoellT ...
/ one of the new master be ceases to be a Democrat As Roosevelt .sti uiatizm.;; E. II. Harriman 'Ia...' .UHUtor-;"-.-... ...jt n. ; II
The general staff of the United States
. ?f Z ci ways which women I to raiiroad rate legislation, the Democratic as: being; as bad a citizen as Debs, HOW TO BUILD SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP
t _: r had found leader said that all past attempts Mo.ver and llajwood The executive army has prep:ired a thin for a standIng A rKrr Ii Uc..iI.D;vnl,vita moderate overbaof UK
t mall WI"L.LHOW
for Cuba
to consist of
army 12,000
to express thl'lrI 1 at regulation worthless
committee of
the de-
p I oJcr.lla'wootl men all of whom. the oth. TO GUILD A FLATTIC! OR SHARPIE
: disapproval of 1 because no one had taken the pains to tense committee has issued an open Ka'7totaU;rTrrT'hir;tnuit-t jnst the rraft fa r k bo;
'f" cers. are to be mtives. This plan will tobetfw m at,v.afc* rw.t'eryite.plf,enter 01'rat rill
the determination find how much the railroads '
I war was 1 out were Utter of piotest to the president on lie
xr. be submitted to Provisional Governor HOW TO BUILD A WODCL YACHTA
net worth half of '"'\ J.lW laboring men whom rampMe trfmftum boa to build a model;mlo IUMit
; ., ra i to bear childrenfor Speaking;; at another meeting calledIn they vlaiuj to represent They call at- Magoon and is intended to take the luS Med IB sad ff ukb
place the increase in the rural
,iJl.t.PJ" the comnou'sl. ] the Interests of the national publicity tjutiou to the fact that before the law $1.

? 'f ,. '.....' mouth. This she ] bill )Ir. Bryan advocated that all and before fair minded IK.TMIUS Moyer guards recently proposed, being, it is patp PRICE io 2V expanse *EACH Nv Htne
thought, the
more acceptable to Cuban
,. kit. said was the inception I of racer' I before the day of election with the until proved guilty ia fair proceedings 9 by u inches-Lsr f, t:.rly.Jraw3 plans.
.;'Y. siiuide. Mrs. Mary i- names of the givers, and requiring that and ask if the presidents language Big Squadron Gathering. THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. t

r, :;0 E. AA'ooley objected nothing be received! later than ten comes within his .hmtion of a square Fourteen bittloslnps and several SratET
s U.
I YORe: S. A
.., to the days before the voting, and after elec deal They surest that such words cruisers are anchored in Hampton

---. "" Tn: ,,- .. Jamestown exposition ', finn he would have a statement published from the chief executive are likely to Roads, awaiting the arrival of other frnd'iu: t.yosral'r'.""': Lilr"7.catalog of Coots for

f! :?t. being of how much money was spent jxiison the mind of the public and of vessels of the north Atlantic squadron,
turned into an which will receive the foreign warships .
Taft to Take the Stump. the possible injury against these men
Mrs. Henrotin. international army AVashmzton who await trial. They ask if he will at the Jamestown exposition:
Tn the correspondents
1. and navy show President Van j not make public amends. Two of the foreign vessels have already .
the president confided the dfinitestatement
Cleave of the Manufacturers association tint he would favoreere- lu the New York Yorker the leading arrived It is expected: that

created a stir in one of the meetIngs Socialist paper of the east Eugene when the exposition opens on April
tiry Taft for the next president!
s bj saying that however desirable' IlfIllinati.'nIl.t tint he wojld !'IIr A'. 1>>I'I.s deliberately calls the president 2(5 the Fuited States will hive forty t

universal peace might be it was the coward in the AA'hite House." saving three vessels of all classes in the roads '
ninse affairs that Taft might tike fi:'
duty of the United States to observethe stump in Ohio this summer. that if it were the last 1 act of his life De-legates to Hague Conference. /s D 5\ t

Cromwelliau injunction to "keep he would resent this "crowum out Them<>n,'aii delegate* to The

c your powder dry," his idea being;; that ; Anti Roosevelt! "Conspirators." rage; upon these honest and reputable j i Hapn peace conference have l etu an andarr.tiLnlhrlea lave stood the test for i. 'Chriratnolutecrrtanty ovens pears,

preparation for war was the means of Two glen who hive made utter workman." lie adds that if The j I nouneitl follows Jo-eph II 4'hoate., of Krow-it theirtmcomtnonlq

: preserving pea('e, but it was met withhorns i unfriendly to the administration hive dare is the I est dtivlI he want to l-o : General If >1":1I't' P<'.t'r. 1'1.: I:"-,.. '1 large vi.-I' s of drliciou--,,'tades and

a ( of -No's>:-' and other expn.1"iolls lioe.i slakes of at the White HOHM :I. nsulentl (1 c worst. : resident' ">' Ht"' ..\r'::i is:is P.:ir a..n''i;; 4 i brintiful rt-lt :1 Ir and fiotttr fi male n :-t ponutar th m tht rtry most 7x

of disippnnal ; confirmm. the diirce of a rich men's AD. lI:1'om1. one of the act'scJ tioi. iMvi.l: .J.M':::e Ili-!!' Ildni"i.'r: *o the n :r ti.ld in

The uitioi-al )levee confess emIl'llwith conspiracy. One Is II II UojePs Irateof n'('n. his i"-.te'l :\ --I-:!'(>'l state?bent : l'1IJ'rlI:: i:ri:toier! ti;"lI'r.11 f ;.. "- Seed Annual fr, or riquest.D. .

the formal decvration of AndrewCarnegie the oil tro>t eyedwho in .1 puht.h-! satins that the .president's comparison:: I B I> jud.: :tdvcxate 4 iii-ril: M.Oatrcit FERRY, Mich A ,CC..

bj the Fiemh gjunirnentwith ed Intl>rYil'wht that the enti..eit nnl woik more injury t. linn and (!., 1:1':1rtii1!'i':il ( limes *>. J:: vm piisi:

the cross of the 1. ';:iou of Honor.The : of the coin!trv will have so <'rv stall zt l -'on to prevent a fur trial: than :tn"n it I tit'lit of the: Nav:il War ("ol:1; : :'

pie-eiitatiou was trade bj UaronV : within n f"w'until* that t'l! ;n- will lie ,:nir eNe that hn. t..eii said or don I i I LWI: I. .:tt"Imall.! f:'I"Lt''iy IIi h: ,. '" ; 50 YEARS'

Constant the French ..lell'atl't a united d "'naMd l for the strongest eon ,"jrnipst him in tilt l'a-t.L I. .\I': ntil1a awl I'anama The M'n'i : EXPERIENCE

fie! Hotel \stor dinner. attended by sc"vatisn ri the ('Im.ln.'t of the ::ttn"'a. will t". t 'i!;.1!!1':T 1.'i' '. s w ol ,

TOO gin-Is lie spokiof ('anegie as a nent" The other nlUrred! conspiratorIi :: I[ IIal': the (*. i'ert in lUtcrntt.. !iI \'
I Colon! lt.->r! II a n.t> '. itlititr of RELIGIOUS"Rcckefe'Ier I ; .
good citizen of the whole world Tilt ) I J:in es Un>v.': sk: tt "otictr: of ::1 1

resolutions adopted' at the final 1111''t.iug H.irinr's.ikh.. whl. liveiel :i phil- -= '! pir'inent: oi ,:*it,*: the 4"Xi-e! t :t ,.' eV

ask the permanent of The Haguecourt 11: !<' a :niist: Koo:::i'v ,'iitMii at the! New : Preacher" Here. 1 <.'i:'n.*s }U"; s :! 'It',>-, r,'p.>":, ;' "

op MI ti ill nations<. adoption ofork! din.'r of the National t'I:1Of'l".11- T'iUP*'. e'. I'. vAe-1 arrived at New i nutil t>tattsu| rvuie e >"!rt. 1 I"' .!, TRADE MARKS

a general arbitration treaty invest iga. it' Iul> on .It'ffl'I"'UU'S li.rtlulav I'apers) \ork Ajtrl 17 from the Pembroke tttt's will sail ir- a Now Turk :11.,,':. i DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS S
Con: b) intern itioiial eouimittw beforeresort I friendly to the president: have not b'1'iI I the innMle of )Jay.I &.c.
tat.-.l tu --Ill the mouthpiece Liverj"'L Anyone eni1Inu a i to arms bj any IK. ver. neutrality 1 I ( Ilirvev General Wad Rtired.IcljIJT' :."I|T "-Mm, ran pini >n free Rte :per an
|! th.' fall! -ll"I..t :ml"t'hi..ts.- c.ll.nit; -5. I nvenwn uprohaWy prtf-titaHe. <' tmnnnfa-
of projHin at !sea ami the *-* s i.n :rictlvraCdenIGd. IIan Iboriki: >
fo the call of tin ; ;\ >nil < nl'at otsf
.e it J.t!i.e> I"Aa L >. .
limitation of arniauuuNt one of tentfi'i tll the! f:11' that his we'klv as >e 'nt free. old -!'t aireiif y for i cunne iatenT"".
: Fifthvtnue : A_ f"r Mj\ years past Li martin i Pd"HIs taken thn,otrh Muno & to. receivetjfritjl
I well atie North American Uevuvv.
d; W. J. P.rjau adocitwl noting without charge in the
the closing:: ni.ers chinhHerause .
1 Bltist: of UKdi is ion of the .Altautu, v.itu;
n.ntrabaud of I which he ilso flits: wm hn'imi-d bvI .' i t
inikins niJ'iei thisrv : i I J. P Monrin hf'.J.1'111:11"t-- vu"rs i l.ia I I. a.: .
w.\r" I AAhit Colonel however, fi <'hurri! is at i K-en rotiie-d fn.u aitue seriit-'r ift '. A Lant11 melT nin Hirvtynd
Rockefeller I jf any iwientlUc Jrrarnal'i. ft: a
Lauas Carnegie.The y 'II\J".1 hy ..Johnft. .
was full of spur Ho intended Bryan t .t forty tears Y nne< tion with th,' arII-! 11'...r: f.nrm ,ths.|L &..d I,> :i n."ct"ale"

vpeitaile (lj"tl'1l' ot the two i'In his ittnta. i..irjiirin, him al >nc l: s'k.fdJl'r: He I- a sn of Senator lien A\ :i..1wh... MURK & CO.361Broalf"aJ. York -

richest men In the oniutrj praising the I with I%.H>sevelt nnfavorablr -the tf+2--1 :111.1 i i", I.k"n i was famous a< the rt'l'nellttth.: 11"/.", "rat'h ".hra ti P' : \'tnurton U''

ether for his nnu'ii-r Hf JJIMIU is pre Hills aid Morsius. who hive oj $,1 .A of -1'Kl'ft-l.. (lhii in the I"iut,il States !>-stnu dur- N
:uted m the letter s ut bj John DKotkefeller ; w :', t'r's t h in'h"' its m.r the civil war
the great west to .i\'iEZltioll anti won k KILlTHECOUCH'
t.> Andrew Caniezie cornplimtntuu new pastor has
: for our Country the (.Imlf'n'i\1 sUpremacv President Favors Tree Planting!
him on his speech at the1'ittsl.un r ; 1' been similarly AND CURE THE LUNGS
of the \\'01'1.1.Ill' characterized \ I .\n .\1"1",1' di.v message; ; addrt sMtl toM -. _
The 1 letter wasinsi.iml tasstfil Ir.Aked's .
dedi ati"n
: tie pn-i ilI'ut's declintion for his 'h,",l lulilr-n I.y President R.> ,..(.\..*it
(Carne-iies ..pisrlaimiugcredit fI rs twor.1
for bj his fJSOuOono ..:ift. Said successor as an arrosant anal in pre
I i donted insult to a free i'etrple. and his and pr-M-rviii!: t'':,> f'.n' i. of
ri\"iu %vitto resent this imputation
IlockefellerIt : : cry of eon"piracv as "the raging of the the inintrv and the l eann_ wbi,-!)
has the right riu4 I am with' II' maid Le came to preach the religionof view !
: revolutionary instincts of a lawless such action will have on the welfare DisGmlerj
hare my best wishes for thesuccess hrist and his mission was to recOIH !
3ouou mInd. adding that the people were deluded I.trtkulnrly to those now I""win111:
of all your grand efforts to lie all classpx in relisnon adding Price
toytbe marvelous spectacle of to Constitute the future
or! thenation
help] your fellow men I hope andenist'that blatant probity yawping from the pinna tint' th* i'oorest would be as welcome FOR CONSUMPTION SOc&$1.00
our prosperous men thecountry in his church as the money kine Free Trial.
cle of self appreciation." In sadness he i CAS--r-b-nXA.
will be stimulated toemu- .
over said he foresaw "abandonment of principle A Militant Clergyman.In Bean tie Bata A wars Bl' i Guaranteed for all THROAT and

lltp your noble eximple I in a national campaign led by rather striking; contrast to the ;gutue al: LUNG TROUILES, cr MOSEY
Carnegie replied:
To t ::o .false 1': 'phets striving only to de- general pacific sentiment 'b.Ih r'r- d BACK.
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pwc% : THE, FLORIDA STAB the oyster rests,with the legislature.It i

is not enough to pass punitive laws.A WOMEN TALK TO WOMENAbout

Fy''. :; Entered t the postoffiee at Titosrille .. pope once issued a bull against a

e ieoond-dautnail matter. comet which was speeding toward Pe-ru-na. ,
'Bill B. Wager, Editor and FuUUher.PUBLISHED the sun and promised to come dangerously I

I near the earth. So far as
astronomers could djscern the comet .
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= It must be clearly understood that neither did not swerve an iota from its pathon .rr r. 't-l

TIm STAR nor its editor is responsible for that account. Some of the laws .
'" -= expressed by correspondents.
__ i ; passed by the legislature are like

: : The supreme court c of the :United that papal bull. \ II
The subject should be studied by
States has denied itself jurisdiction
some member or committee of the
in where the court
a case supreme
legislature and a law framed some-
of Colorado fined an edi- '
of the state
thing like that of Maryland for the
: .'.- tor a thousand dollars for contempt protection of our oyster beds. The ?' 17r

'' without trial. He had criticised the planting of private beds should be

E -- court and offered to. prove the truth encouraged by the passage of laws ,

;: of what he said. Justices Brewer for the 'protection of the owners of

t. :' ... and Harlan dissented from the ma- such :plantations and effective pro-

: jority, holding that the editor ought visions for the punishment of those

to have a show and that the highest who trespass on such property. The

_ tribunal in the land should have se- privatejowner may be relied upon to

: :- preserve the oyster even after the
: cured it to him.The :
public beds have been despoiled of

their last bivalve, if such an unhappyfate
1. 4"- person who sends away from 1
should them. But
A& \si j
3 ?'r home for those things that can be without decided w few j t OOMRS.
some step being MRS. McCOtCH. MRS "MOOERS. NELSON
bought right at home has about the taken the day is not far distant, it is Depressed Feeling. Headache and Backache

r same regard for the public welfare of said, when the oyster will be extinctin Mrs. Wilds Mooers R. F. D. 1, i
_ Mrs.M. McGongb, 219 W.53rd street, Mrs. Tresfeie Nelou,(A**N. nth A ve?
the town the who takes a Florida. Lents, Ore., member Order of Washington |
as person New York,N.Y, writes: Nashville, 1' DD., write:

w '; \-4- rake-off for handling the public mona "I gladly add toy mite of praise to "For,the writes past: four years I was a -| "As Verona ha lone m a uorkJ ot : -

... Y ey. To cripple merchants and other' MELBOURNE Pernna for what it has done for me. wretched woman suffering with i good, I feel In duty '.,und to Ull of it.

< dealers, who pay taxes that aid to Mr. Sam Sanders, of Indianola, Two years ago a depressed feeling took troubles peculiar to my sex,causing | in hopes that it may met the eye of
some woman who has suffered at I did.
hold of me. My back and sides ached
severe backache and bearing down
} -w.keep up the town and county, by buy- was in Melbourne Monday night, continually. My stomach got out of i' For live yearn I teall? did not Know .
and weak and '
pains leaving me so
: but did not have time to call on all order so that at times I could not hold a | what a perfectly well day w ass audit 1
that it with dif-
ing away from home has something weary was only ,
did not have -adath-:, i bad I kacbe
of cold water. 1 didn't like to eat,
of his old friends. glass ficulty that I was able to attend to i .
r about it that can only be defined as y : afraid that my stomach would get sick. my household duties. I used different or apainwjmewfu-re and really lilt was
Mr and Mrs. Clarence Nash, of I 1 have been Peruna for the three nut \vurth in. effort' 1 mane 10 keep
-s is using
: almost_ criminal and it justly a i remedies and injections, but >
Daytona, are still enjoying their visit past months and now 1 feel as well as going.
found no relief until 1 had tried
suicidal business The
f ; 4 policy. place lever did. My stomach Is as strong "A good friend advised
in Melbourne with their daughter, Peruna. Within two weeks there me usePernna
t : to spend is where as ever and my nervous troubles have and I Wail lad 10 ,
.; your money you a; try anything
for the
was a
Mrs. C. H. Stewart, at her beautiful I keep recommending complete change
get it. If you do this there is a disappeared better and in less than three months and I am very pleased to flaY that six
home. Pernna to my friends who are troubled I was a well and happy woman and i bottles made a new woman nt me
t much greater likelihood of its com- as I was, and I have been thanked for all the and 1 have no mura pains and life look
Mrs. P. B. Gould and son Arthur | praise due to Peruna.'rHeadache
;. around to again. doing so" bright again"
ing you
and :Mrs. A. M. Bailey who have

spent sometime in the Prange cot-
Books The above testimonials represent actual experience of every-day life. They are the truthful utterances of J;
AgainstUniformitySchool left for their home in
tage, Thursday women who have been ill and have found a reliable remedy in Peruna.

t Much opposition has been developed Buckhammon, W. Va. It means a great deal to the women of America who have at hand a remedy capable of performing such

_. at Tallahassee against uniforms Mr. and Mrs. Smith McFarlandand cures. Nervousness! ,backache, dyspepsia, headache, melancholy,bearing down pains. AH these and a cost of

; system of school books. The dangerin little son leave this week for other symptoms are relieved'by Peruna. At least this is what the women say. They have DO object in saying
such except to render truthful testimony to their suffering sisters.
in the adoption of such law is that their home in Sharpsvnlle, Pa. We things,
r. a shall miss this The reader will note by reading these testimonials that in most cases other remedies were tried, doctors
charming fam-
; { ; a monopoly in supplying school books young were consulted, and finally Peruna came to their rescue and made them well again.

: : will be brought about. ily, who have spent the past two Peruna is making such cures every day. It is the testimony of the people that. has made Pernna so justly
years with us, but look for their return -
.if i Several states adopted uniformity famous
\ next fall.
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: x '_ and then abolished it, while others I
i y. Com. George McLean and wife Suffered Thirteen Years. and Deafness. A Severe Cold
1 cling to it. One of the chief objections -
and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Davis have Mr .Anna Munden,lIollygrove,Ark., Mrs.Mary E.Sampson,Londonderry, MUs! :Marie: Calvin ft/7 Main street,
t to the uniformity system found returned from their delightful cruise writes: JJ. II.,writes: Cincinnati, Ohio, writes:

f by educators of experience is that to Palm Beach in the commodore'sfine "I suffered with female troubles for "I had terrible headaches, both ears "I caught a cold coming home from

the legislature takes upon itself the yacht, the Golden Anchor. Many thirteen years. run and I was nervous all the time, was an evening party and as I did not pay-
i "I saw an advertisement of your aeaf in one ear for thirty years. I took particular attention to it, I quickly became
i task of determining what books have had the
jolly parties pleasureof
Peruna and bought one bottle and before six bottles Pernna andoneof Manalin, worse and found myself in a>
\ shall be used, and the average legis- one of these long to be remembered I had taken it all I could get out of and am happy to say that it is the best serious condition

lature is not competent to judge trips with the genial commodoreand bed and walk about. medicine that I ever heard of. 1 am not I "1 took Peruna and II brought me Immediate

what is best for the public schools. charming wife as host and hos- "After taking three bottles I was as so nervous, my appetite is good, r 'lu.f. WithIn a w> -k I WM
: well and hearty a- ever and pained in thing I eat agrees with me, and pverY'1 I cured and now M\,*"never" 1 pel badly
If in every instance the school au- tess.Mr. fiesh. I would not be without it." feeling better in every way." Peruna will bet thing right"

thorities-the superintendents and W Neilson and family left -

; ; teachers, who devote their lives to on Wednesday night for their homein JAMES C. SPELL

4 the of the state of Washington, having
profession teaching-were

Y; tt given authority to make the select- sold their place here to Mr. C. H. 1A Physician and Surgeon'Phone

Stewart. Miss Anna Neilson is a Ball 1
ions, there would be little room for Play
t 11 criticism. young lady of much musical talent. 17TITUSVILLE
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She has endeared herself to many
+ But when determine what FLA.
here, but returns to a field Where ....

shall be selected for the public school she will have more members in her ENNIS & FORT

I ; curriculum, the way is usually! open musical classes. May success follow Complete Line ofBASE

Z; ; for scandal as well as for valid prow her. 52S!MSszsasszszssesEs!?* s-szas-szsasae

& tests by those who direct and sup- Letter--to C. -C.---Collins-- SJ.A.: TLDI] Tc 'S Blacksmithing and Repair ork

i port the schools. Vs2Ks s2s2se S2s S2Ses2s2sSs2sis.
JTitns\ille, Hal e5i5

j 4 > 'ar Sir: Even job I>evoi done BALL GOODSCarried TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Florida Oysters Need Protection with lo- gallons/ than ever before with
Wagon made and retired Horse itnemg
i Florida has many sources of reve- any other paint. a specialty Work from any part uf Indian
v O.J Field Indianola, Fla, : "All
say River anywhere the will
1 or in county receive
t nue. Few states have so many. But !homes here are p,iime l n \Je. The hot by our t-areflll'attentillu. We stand the freight
a tI 10 J nevertheless, in her present state of :tlr i* too trying for other paint! One one way and jniaraiitip to give v" -.ati"fac ,
't coat Ie\o; "t is better than two of any tion. Send us your work.
.. development less than ten population
other M far a. know." ----- --- -
punt we -- --
i. 4. ,# to the square mile on an average,!she \i gaU\ '>n<, lc=< CISt. The H. & W. B. DREW CO.

i! can spare none. Her development a- \oiirs truly,
F \\'. PEVotilCu
IV has been of
a producer out proportion :M \w "Wrk
Distributors for Florida
t :' to her population, sathe I*. v. Ja:<. I',1& Gin -el! our paint YI
Times-Union. Now in the _
_. infancy
\re..kly \Vv..thvr Krport. FLORIDA ,
4 of what promises to be a glorious ca- JACKSONVILLE
JUPITER, IL\\.. \I'r. -3.19U7.: (Incorporated. raid ip Capital $25.ttiOCt
', reer of production and increasing I

t :'< wealth she needs to watch that she tnJ tompiritive.tatement rainfall:; for the week of ndiui2 temperatures Tuesday.. Send for catalogue and samples for uniforms This the company Indian Hirer own Conn-landsin

; be not deprived, by the rapacity and IPu lift tryon the H Lncie River,
of few of at New River, and on Biscayne -
thoughtless greed a men,
"\TF :\I \\. :MIN: :\I \\. :"WINpr : Ba>.
of her and \ 17. 'n> fil ;<> In
present possibly,
anyone of of is '> W Tf> 70 r r 11 f JJfV' Ug:' FJr' 8 1) PRICES TO( SUIT THETIMKS,
future sources revenue nor tt 19. s.1 6.1 77 70;

anything that will add to her ability I .". :21.')O. ,-<:> G 73-S 7tfi.j 77s ; 70! i1l'pJ' { {.d $ JJJ J A Send for land list

to support a future population of 22'i 73 s:> 71)/ ___.. ._... T ., -= _, 'Y.""""" OFFICERAT .
23. M> 7J "1 70
times the present one or even TITUSS ILLS
,; many Total rainfall for the week,0 inches AND VIHMI
make life pleasant to her IXpartnre rainfall forthe week
to more << minus 63 ---- --
inches "NUBLACK"Loaded
1 coming population.One Departure rainfall- -- since Jan. 1st minus EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG.
of these sources of revenue 9.*>S inches.
U P. 11\RDI='.
., which must be watched with jealous Official in Charge T' Black Powder Shells DUREN,Agent,

care is her oyster beds. The Florida -- -

oyster is a delicious article of food. Why Shoot Strong and Evenly, Florida and

Canneries flourish in different sections have a torpid liver when Herbine, the

of the Florida littoral and are only liver regulator, will help you? ; Are Sure Fire, .
a present source of wealth to the There is no reason why you should suffer Will Stand Reloading r

l state as well as to the owners. They from dyspepsia, constipation, chills and ) \f/A 1Y Ii )
fever or liver complaints! when Her '
(I should be of f
a permanent means Get The Game
bine will cure you. F. C. 1'aite'est- They Aiways .
bringing money into the state. But \ille, Fla., Writes: "I was sick for a '"
.a they cannot be if the waste of young month with chills and fever, and after FR1 :mjk I 1 of all Kinds
taking two bottler of Herbine am well ? For Sale Everywhere.
f' oysters is not stopped. and healthy." Sold by Red Cross Thar

The responsibility for preserving macy. TITUSVILLE, FLORID.t

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*is $>- FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1907 THE FLORIDA STAR 5 ;

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/z?_"T. I TIME ished in Georgia were inferior to /

those furnished in Florida.

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PROCEEDINGS ,) fcfclp the Horse More Pay for State Officers

.., : A No o article 1* more useful
about the stable than Mica Bills have been introduced to increase -

':i fDit the Law' Makers ), the Axle spindles Grease.before Put a you little"hookno" on i the salaries of the state house
Doing at
rt win help the horse,and
1 officers with the exception of the attorney -
s :.r \ bring the load home quicker. ,
ft1i! t;'( the State Capital MICA general to $3,000 a year; that

{ \ AXLE of: the state audjtor and assistant to

"I;a- .. LEADING BILLS DISCUSSED .t GREASE 2,250; that of attorney general to

<,:;:' $3,500, with an assistant attorney '

r' terars vfll better than any Nr general at oJ',
:The $3,000.
2 Calendar In Both Houses Flooded other1 grease. Coats the axle i
with a hard smooth surface of The county division fights are on
I powdered mica which reduces
t- With Special Measures I friction. Ask the dealer for in earnest-that is, those for the division -
Mica Aments Grease.
of Hillsborough and Dade
.. That the fourteenth and fifteenth slat OIl""An tw counties. In the case of Hillsbor- ROYAL Baking Powder is
amendments A indispensable -
to the constitution
of ",-, ,' ough county the report of the committee -

the United States were neither con- Jf.lit ""' \1 .was five to four against.In to the preparation of the finest

stitutionally proposed nor constitutionally Dade the -'
T regard to county report

-'p= ratified and are not parts of was non-committal. In both cases cake, hot-breads, rolls and muffins.

-r the constitution was the subject of f
the divisionists feel that they J

i an address before the state senate byI cause to be encouraged. In the case

if Senator John S. Beard last week. Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to
is with of Dade the non-committal report is
regarded suspicion.This .
.. The speech was in support o$ an amendment provides that any regarded by the divisionists as a victory buy other powders because they are "cheap." E

amendment offered to the constitution Housekeepers should and think. such''
elector who cannot read his ballot because that is what they want- stop -

1 of the state of Floridaby Mr. sufficiently well to vote for the candidate powders are lower priced, arl they inferior?

Beard, the effect of which is to disfranchise -. of his choice may have the as- ed.A number of local bills have been Is, it economy to spoil your digestion ?
I ; J the negro. introduced and of them .
f sistance one or more of the inspectors many passed.So

1 \.t. Mr. Beard claims that if the in preparing his ballot. The far as general legislation is con- Alum is used in some baking pow

i a amendment proposed is ratified by passage of this measure was urgedin cerned, the interesting part of the The Royal Baker and Pastry ders and in most of the so-called
Cook"-containing over 800 most phosphate powders because it is
f the people of Florida that it will behalf of the old soldiers who have session is yet to come. practical and valuable cooking recheap., and makes a cheaper pow-

! j' force the constitutionality of the lost their eyesight. The opportunity ceipts-free to every patron. Send der. But alum is a corrosive which, f

--1 '. fourteenth and fifteenth amendments 8100 Reward S1OO. postal card with your full address. taken in food,acts injuriously upon
it offers for corruption of the ballot
th-stomach liver and
The readers of this will be pleasedo kidneys.
before the
I .1": court of the
supreme however, is easily perceptible.One learn that there is at least one dreadful
I = United States for the first time. He criticism passed the clause disease that science has been able to cure in
S. upon ,aU its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh -
I is satisfied from the investigations I ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
this: "All persons who desire to Core is the only positive cure knownto
t so exhaustively made by himself that the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
sell their and
votes deliverywill
prove constitutional diseas. requires a constitu-
;_ the amendments will be declared tionai .treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
lose their capacity to read sufficiently COCHINEAL. THE COLD WATER ORDEAL.It .
1- void. taken internally acting directly upon the
S' well,making it necessary for blood and mucous surfaces of the system,
r it.,)r Mr. Beard sums up the purpose of one or more inspectors to assist." hereby destroying the foundation of the disease The War the Tiny insects Lire and Was Once .11 Import..t'T..t of
,' and giving the patient strength in How "l'h.e Gathered. Guilt or Innocence.The .
l his resolution in the concluding para The bill passed the house; but it isnot building up the constitution and assisting Merry millions of little buglets support cold water ordeal was one of the

graph of his speech as follows: that it will the senate. nature in doing its work. The proprietors the vast cochineal industries. Innocence -
likely pass ban so much faith in its curative powers, most Important tests of guilt or
"I concede that would be useless that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any Where the tiny cochineal insect comes a few hundred years ago. If the
iL' Book Flan
The Uniform Text
to appeal to the political department case that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes- from is something of a mystery but accused floated, he was guilty; If he

of the federal government to inaugurate It is uncertain what effect the timonials.Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. he does come wherever the nopal plant sank, he was innocent. In the twelfth
I Sold by Druggists, 75v. grows and for a long time was thought century some altar vessels were stolen
a repeal flf these amendments. meeting of the county superintendents I
Hall's Family Pills are the best. (o be a seed or a floweret of the plant. from the cathedral of Laon and the
In that department of the govern- of public instruction at Tallahassee The living female insect is twice as I I learned Ansclui proposed that a child

ment, which is actuated and controlled last week will have on school PASSPORTS IN FRANCE.The large as the male, weighs one-tenth of from each parish and then a child from

by sentiment prejudice, malice legislation. Tuesday was the first I grain ant loses! much weight in dry each household should be put to the

Kind That Were Issued In tbe tag so that 70.UIW are needed to make test and so on until the guilty one was
session and
of the although
_ or political interest, or all, our ad- day ,
Time of Louis \\'I. one pound. During the rainy season found. The proposition raised a great
versaries are in an overwhelming there was nothing on the programme The mysterious cards of the Counte many millions of the creatures are outcry, and the people clamored that

majority; and while a large majority relating to the question of state textbook Vergcnnes each contained a brief !drowned or washed off the plants, so those who bad easiest access to the

a of them may agree with Secre- uniformity, that subject was history In cipher of those to whom they that when the Ions dry summer comes church be the first to undergo the or- 1

were given. De Yergennes was Louis: there are but a few survivors on each deal.
t- tary Root that negro suffrage was an made a special order in the convention -
: SVI.'s minister of foreign affairs and plant. But these multiply so rapidly This looked reasonable enough. So a
I experiment which has proved a failure the first day. And this brought when strangers of a suspicious character hat before long the plants are cover the bishop ordered the six priests of

they have not the.independence, about interesting{ discussion. A were about to enter France he issued ed. The last act of the female's life Iso the cathedral to prepare for the test.

manliness, frankness 'or political majority of the school superintendents to them these strange Beards, deposit a large number of eggs, on In the meanwhile Anselm thought to

i courage to undo these great wrongs declared against uniformity, which acted as passports, and were which her dead body rests protecting try the experiment himself as a pre
also Intended to give information concerning them from the burning rays of the sun liminary test. So he was bound and
unless it took the form suggested in
these amendments.My .
by the bearer without his knowl- until the little ones emerge. In about place in a tub of water. To his great
proposition is not to appeal to the Humphries senate bill, which edge.In. six weeks after the beginning of the satisfaction as well as discomfort he

the political department and ask for provides for a maintenance of the the first place its color indicatedthe dry seasbn comes the first harvest promptly sank. The day arrived and

i a repeal of these amendments,but to present system. nationality of the man who carried The plantation laborers make the with it an immense crowd to see the
it. The persons age. approximately : round of the nopalry and with a brush trial. The first priest sank, the second
appeal to the judicial department, The interest of the session centered -
was told by the shape of the go over the entire plant, sweeping the floated, the third sank the fourth floated
which is supposed to be controlled about the speech of Mr. A. I. Into bag. then are and then Anselm
card. A fillet around the border of the creatures a They the fifth sank

only by the law and the facts, upon Branham, special representative of card told whether lie was a bachelor, killed by immersion In hot water, by himself-wonder of wonders-in spite I ;

the ground that these amendments the American Book company, who married or a widower. Dots gave in- exposure to steam or by drying In hot of experiments and protested Innocence

constitutionally proposedor stated that the American Book company 'unn.ition as to his position and fortune ovens. The hot water or steam makes Coated around with the buoyancy of an
were never
4 : and the expression of his face them a dark reddish brown or black air bubble. While he was serving his ,
constitutionally ratified, and are had been libeled, by the Sun, was shown by a decorative flower. cochineal. The hot ovens make thema sentence ia prison Anselm found timeto

not now parts of the federal consti- but that he acquitted the Sun of any The stranger's religion was' told by red gray hue or silver cochineaL The write a learned treatise on the "InpspetlieTTy -

tution. blame. The paragraph referred ton the punctuation after his name. If be females outnumber the males by at vf tie Water Ordeal and

Senator Beard's resolution was which it was said that the American was a Catholic it was a period if a least 200 to 1, a fortunate fact for the Its 1"lilur.. t'i :Mny (rases."

Jew a dash if he was a Lutheran a planter since the males are of ao use .
passed in the senate by a vote of 23 Book company had been libeled semicolon and no stop at all indicatedhim to him whatever. A Criminal Attack s

to 5. The measure received the con- alluded to the company as the "rob- a nonb liever.S on an inoffensive! citizen is frequently

stitutional requirement of three- ber book trust" which sold books in o a man's morals character and Out of Sight made in that apparently useless I little

fifths and has passed to the house Georgia and other states having uniformity appearance were pointed out by the tube called the "appendix." It's generally -
than it wttern[ of his passport. and the authorities "Out of fcinht, out of mind" is i an old the result of protracted constipation
for action. Those voting against itt : 30 per cent cheaper could tell at a glance whether he saying which applies with special forceto following liver tor|>or. Dr. Kings New

;were Senators Buckman, Cottrell, sold the same books in Florida. Mr. was a gamester: or a preacher a physician a sore, burn or wound that's been Life Pills regulate the liver prevent appendicitis -
treated with Durklen'c ArniC3al.p.: It's and establish regular habits of
Branham stated that the books furn- ,
and Humphries. or A lawyer, and whether he
Crane, Henderson out'of sight i out of mind and out of existence. the bowels. 2oc. at Red Cross Pharmacy.MatrrialiKlie .
to he under surveillance
---- was put or
; The trustees of the internal im- Piles, too and chilblains) disappear -
allowed to free.-Sunday Magazine. '
under it- h.-ainz influence. Guaranteed
fund in for session DO YOU GET UP I' : )Ia n.
provement are a by Kd Cross }'hanmtl'J.x:.
Sir James "ricliton-llrowne. the KngINh -
A of probing and annoyances; for no Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer,
WITH A LAME' BACK ? physician speaking before somememl..r
bill inquiring into Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf Tbr Heart of n hild.
sooner was one of his profession! protested
their acts killed than another was introduced your blood is impure, thin, diseased, That which 'ti.l'-latcts us and quickens against the tendency to adopt too materialistic t
Farris Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. hot or full of humors, if you hale boo! revolt !j.. no !.. .* a factor In a an explanation of man. The
by Representative poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating sores, child's enrtintal; life lint there is this
material of medical became
a practice
the house prowling for the settlement Almost everybody who reads the news- M-roful.i, eczema itchu.g, risings and diffenMHv,. have the letter upportuuity | raw
contrivance of matter and
s: of all claims against the internal papers is sure to know of the wonderful jumps, scabby, pimply skin, bone pains, to defend onreaves and to obtain a mere
(UTI'the brain of this consumerof
cures made by Dr. catarrh, rheumatism, or aOb1.J4III or poor
J; 'I n-pan'ti 'lI. S> then Is a certain
: improvement fund and the discharge ji Kilmer's Swamp-Root. skin disease, take lie Han ic Blood nalm pills and IK,titans a "glue-like substance -
5 p3tln< pleasure landing with hu- ,
of the trustees. It is said II the great kidney liver (!It B. B. > Suon all sores" heal, ,ache its ': nine-tenths water with a littlepiopionis
inanityIITP its j ) loninrs.1ti
L and bladder remedy. and pains stop and tile blood is nude y- thrown ia." "They left us
that this bill was introduced under r einbam*'1e iJts and its dKippo'ntments .
: "f It is the mediC and "
rich. by .' -: ,
great pure Druggists or express :';an. sjtijr :lIJlf"*. v !ti a ;.nailingfisrure.
the inspiration of the attorney gen- .. cal triumph cf the nineteenth $1 per large bottle. Sample free by writing ;tr' -I-i 1t1..t ai" l newest and. "a in>tar cur, self uiu'ie and selfstarted
The century: ds-: r.Kxl Balm Co., Atlanta, G:i. IJ. 15 perf}rc', nhTv inpoten is absolute.
who is of the trustees. rol WWI no and no
eral one passengers
1111| ''I[ covered after years of B. is especially advised for chronic, ,deep Give ire this m,):-t -ommercial, this
criticism to which the trustees have it Oj'i: scientific research by Sl'at'lla as it cures after all t-i'-e laii- dv5m-; of enterprises for my ownl chauffeur, mov t] hy a merles of exploI -
I !" "n ; f''!'' wSt"'Tl: ef energy! and P
Dr. Kilmer the eminent -
been subjected during the past two I X Give rue a diiid to I be at home with to
kidney and blad- \ l'ullre'; In Hoklinra. ru!'hic:; 0:1 tr, isx'vitalltf t'structlon"nreaktn
because of the active policy hlin nbi5utt: > fwiiidewe with! If I ,
years der specialist and is There lay l-ehuid the great arch and

n pursued by the governor in attempt- wonderfully successful in promptly curing the domes and the minarets a retire ranaot,! and refas-hui ilNc'iIi.ntl inv old waited soul into wrinkle the ; It O.>ntl.r.How ,
the trust resting lame back, kidney bladder uric acid trou- of ancient lives and !'li-ulei 1 "
discharge precinct much coal | there Susan?
ing to bles and Bright's Disease which is the worst UII1i l! ,
upon the board has been unpleasantThe form cf kidney trouble.Dr. walks a grove in the mid t of a city.eolonnadlsl of th> sl vrit of the child! let ue now no"\ long will it last**

general has no doubt, Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not recommended in quadrangle by the pointed anl again .spoil that little. door and Well, ma'am it will last quite
attorney for everything but if you have kidney arches of the students' et>U:,. t'nder shut nijli" in that Hile: heart jiM for awhlt: : If you don't h.r... :u...,' firv 3."
winced under these criticisms a.-i trouble it will be found i the trees wa a sort of summer brow
liver or bladder the shct" Jf.t'_'',f of Patterson DaUois Then there Isn't mu'-b 1-ft?
one the trustees, and being in pol- just the remedy you need. It has been testedin or pavilion. Two or three yoaug men In t-tjfc -.- V..;rizne. There isn't any left ma'ata."
unnatural that he should so many ways in hospital work,in private were walking in an avenue against the c
itics it is not
practice among the helpless too poor to purchase farther colonnade and on the stone -
desire to hedge as much of the odiumas relief and has proved so successful l in stein of a wide, shaded pool sat several OOO O V q.CCJ

The attorney general every case that a special arrangement has mollah their nigs.Ve
possible. on
been made by which all readers of this paper
says, however, that he suggested the who have not already tried it, may have a visited a number of the students in ice A New Orleans woman was thin.

bill at the instance of the other trus- sample bottle sent free by mail also a book their 't'II-mouatic little brick wallet a t

evidently some telling more about Swamp-Root and how to rooms where they live the year around s: Because she did not extract sufficient
There was
teS. find out if you have kidney or blad trouble. (there are no vacations in Mussulman '
misunderstanding as some of the When writing mention reading this generous colleges) and for years on end. It is ;; nourishment from her food. ;e;

other trustees disclaim responsibility offer in this paper and f not unusual for a student after passing She took SVo/Vr Emulsion.

the bill unnecessary send your address toi I" : 'Mw.;; the primary school to spend as much cCt
for it and declared Dr. Kilmer&Co.BingM| ; :; : :; ;,' ., .. as fifteen or twenty years at his higher Result: c e
and unwise. hamton, N. Y. The ___ studies, though usually in such a long

To Amend Primary Law regular dollar sizes fifty are cent sold and by all Horn good of druggists.Don't Swmmp-Root.. course he will go: through several different She gained a pound a day in 'weight

colleges in the order of advance I

Representative Watson, of Dade, make any root mistake.Dr. Kilmer's but rememberthe ment. Quiet men these students mild 1t AU. DRUGGISTS: SOc. AND $1.00 a
name Swamp- Swamp-
introduced a measure to amend the Riot and the address. Binghamton, X. Y., eyed, patient, often middle aged.-:Min- 4
bottle. Bellman.
primary law. One of the amend- on every neapolis

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/ ; '*6 e: THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, APRIL 26. 1907 .


nt> IN FAIR FLORIDA Cent Fare Too Low.

The Cleveland Electric Railway com- If you hav n't a regular,healthy movement of the
... ;" ., bowel every day,you're ill or will be. Keep your
/r pany has reported to the city council jewels open.andb' well. Forcelathetbap of r Whiskey
} : What is Being Done Towards the Development I Ii
: that the operation of cars on the three violent physic or pill poison is daneerons. The
.. smoothest,eeriest,most perfect way of keeping a
'1 :!i' of the PeninsulaThe cent lines has been found to cost more I the bow U clear and clean Is to take i A.\ll

.\ =- than the Income and that the expense CANDY.OATHARTIC

would not warrant the continuance of .
: The Council of Key West has made 6 Full Quarts For
the test, which was begun by orderof to $2 95
;( F cf $1,000 for improvements ,
an the federal courts following the expiration Only
n, f/V/It\\\ Carolina Whiskey t
; :' in the city halL of the company's franchises. w

._ >. Beans from Wavchula brought ?6 Rubber Companies Merged. I t s Carolina Whiskey will give excellent Mtufaction. It is a well aged
to the decoction and mixtures
; article and in our estimation far superior
:; per crate in the New York markets The merging of the United States l! ? I I'I sold by irresponsible mail order whiskey houses at $:J.OO to $ .30
per r..l1un. We make a special price on CAROLINA WWSKEYtoshow
(cR. recently. The shipments from that Rubber company and the Rubber h i f l that we are not afraid of any kind of competition! Our plants cover fourteen -

;F station up to last week amounted to Goods Manufacturing company was acres making us the largest mail order whiskey house in the world.

.'' announced at Providence, both having EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
2,500 packages. extensive tracts of land in Pleasant. Palatable Potent. Taste Good. Do I I 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE.
acquired Send us $%.95 and ,rc
Good. Never Suien.Weaken or Grip; 10.23' and
The postoffice receipts at Live Oak the Kongo. 50 cents per box. Write for free sample,and book will ship you by express 6 fun quarts of Carolina Whiskey and .e
for the ending March 31, 1907. I let on health. Address 433 1 I 1 will include in same box.complimentary,a sample bottle of each
r year Big Subway Profits. Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. 7 Zulieka," "Gold Band and Casper's 12 Year Old H bite Corn.

r were $10,124.28. For the preceding The New York rapid transit com- KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
I t j SPECIAL NOTICEI We deliver the above prepaid anywhere
,year the figures were $8,544.87, showing mission reports that the city has spent I 1 express
e in North Carolina. Virginia and West Virginia but customers ho-nag
a gain for the year just ended of $3S,7Si27G in constructing the existing __u_ __ ____ r in other states reached by Adams or Southern Express Comp&l eS.
must remit SOc extra. Buyers east of Mississippi River residing on
i 159741. subways up to Dec. 31. The profitsfor LEGEND OF THE TOPAZ. 1 BOrne other express lines must send $3.95 for the 6 quarts and 3 sample
:' 1900 were $3S24,9So, or 10 percent bottles and we will prepay express. Remit cash with order and address:
Governor Broward has signed a
on the cost. The board is againstthe THE CASPER CO.. Inc., RoanoRc Va.
Why the Jewel I* Called the Stone
proclamation calling a special election operation of the subways by the of Gratitude.The i ( ( Li..6iad..f.t.a.5.Co) ow.en.17c S.aerste,4 IJIa&IIJery nw IS'.Sib DIeL,T..
in the Seventh Senatorial District on city. {I &u wabkls malt ....4er:1: ;:: uu 1t. 0'n and (wraalcvl pw -- U*
topaz is called the stone of gratitude P.od sad Drs. Law.
?, Thursday, Ia2d., to fill the vacancy
and the old Roman books record
caused by the death of the late Senator the following legend from which the

Newland. stone derives this attribute: Florida Last Coast Railway

'Plans have been prepared for a The Mind Lmperor Theodoslus! usedto

Ash Burning Secret Out. hang a brazen gong;; before his palace
handsome new fire station for tha Card No. 19. In Effect April 1):7.
The secret formula employed by John gates and sit l hclll'; it on certain local::: Time ,
r Miami fire department. The buildingwill
Ellmore. the cobbler of Altoona Pa, .ys. 1-earint: ;; and p-i"-: -;; to rights thrier.t1'C SOUTHEOUND-RCAD DOWN. NOaTHBWND-READ LP.:
be of reinforced concrete and so -
of his ---- -
In making his liquid for the burningof ? f'f subjects. ;
designed that it will have few equals Those wlia TV": !:" '. advice and Nn.aat,4mo.29c 5'1'TIO. No. 7Ao.2SitailyIlfaity
coal ashes!' has been found out by 00 I i Daily LallyV >

anywhere in the State. he: chemists. It is one pound of common ; help hid but 1 '- : he song and :t:) ( 6-l._, -.5..* :I L\.=- __. lach cnrlile.<< .=--r' 1 :''5.11. I'i M .uc .....)

The general store of Hamilton & salt In one gallon of water mixed : immediately m'n.i' !* ;"*:! !into the presenee 60'q, 4w'--: .. .h...::'' ...:t'-H.e..J.\. 'ZJ?.... a & of Caesar was oW.iined. One day 1 .2-Put' t.7.' --t. \u.ume__.._ 6 i Just (' "
Kunz, at Buena Vista, was burned to with two ounces of oxalic acid. If this i d 7 5rai 11 JII.I .. -.-.-. H rngs..- -.. '.I 1 i 2;:"" 6 "::!.I' t""t.
mixture is used to moisten three parts :' a great snake crept up to the pate and '-' 8 t.. I. 11 :3 .;; L '..__,:_ t1', :!::&-.._... J.\ 51w. 6 LiJ Z O. t....

the ground early Saturday morning ashes to one part coal the mass is saidto 'I struck the brazen gang\ with her coils, t:% CS 8 ::'':--JfoIJ! : .1; .._._ "'. :ltia: ::::::=:.b, .-I."WII6&I" t F .

:. ;Mr. and Mrs. Kunz, who occupied the and Tlieodo-iius! pare orders that no one r L'1 _7J_.a Tat E. 1"':7 1... Yat.aa_ ..\r! 5_t 6ZiI\U1 rt Z
burn with
'- greater heat than that of ... :,.-e'41 3 ';"I Sr._rmJateo_.-Lv' :\J ,;b ICbM Ia'
story of the building barely; should molest the creature and bade ". ,
upper coal. : ; 1 )I, _...Arnlol 7 1 "J
pure As a consequence ashes at \ :: .v iE ";:::::=:=.::.m rco }AMDaly """"
escaping with their lives. Altoona are at a premium. her tell hint! of her wish. r i u ? :. 1..--.-_J:mmah..I.v 1I'! 5:2.Ut -t
;) !t The snake bent her crest lowly In ,a'..). 91.7''!a 12.t'J .. ..... _..._._.JI.on___' 416Fe< 5 2ia'J
.. ,
,:;; The municipal campaign which Great Mexican Earthquake. V. 1 J;; : _t t-ncmJ_ 3 0C9wI -I aetV1 0
homage; and straightway told the following 1el Cl"". 12 .: Day tract_. 3 4:51v: .J I ;n i' .
: closed in Gainesville Tuesday was Reports received in the City of Mexico tale: f tJ: I H in 13:d _1'::,r'!,tirvtt e___ 3 3tw': 4 :;". o...,

spirited. The two tickets in the field, now contain a list of over COO persons Her nest was at the base of the gateway .- l.t 10 ; *-s _: (/.: .\r ..__::' \\ ltlyrnl.: .. ._.. _.I.. 31ZAgr (i) t=
',," __ 1-'s4 64I
L 11'.1 :
\il 4i esa ." t-
tne administration and the municipal killed in the earthquake and tidal tower and while she had gone to '" Ill :.' 111 .a ;';;':, ._fraa; City _._ -t., u :: ... 6 I:'". '
wave of -\pri113 and 14 which destroyed I"'J! I Y1.O! ': :J--i'-1""e City Jnnct! .'t" !_ ;; rat !Il' M ;>
.[ : club, made a hard fight. Only Mayor find food for her young brood a strange c .-I __ .. :
the cities of Chilpanzinco, Tixtla L ... I 1 i :"':-!: 21 I Thomas and two Councilmen beast!' covered with sharp needles) had "
were returned o I .11"1 2.., : _._ 'a6 iltll-_ J.T Y3 5 3 {ts 0 \. 1.c
and Chilapa and damaged many others Invaded her home, killed the nestlingsand ; i :\r T.tasan ... Lt atuw <1 tr .
I on the administration siat ; = :. =-: J- .....:\
u southwest of the capital city In the : now held) possession of the little Or/) li .tvl;:' -J. ;-..... .c....If'M -- '.\ d. 'tr, ti:,11 -. p

The Marshal, Clerk and Treasurer, direction of the volcano of Colima. dwelling. Would Caesar grant her Justice 6 :: .M ii -5a: J.:t.. -_-:' :?. ill _,.. _._" T. :S!'I.t .!i I Iron t:3 vt1

Tax Assessor, Tax Collector, six Aldermen Great t C1 1 11 ::rot: J r.:8 I.: ..-.-fiualIlte. __.. \r 1.t' a'ct''"
suffering and destitution fol (j --J
? U t: "lava 3 :," ': ___._l'xxw_L. 11'1'1II1! : :etc ..
,and the Board of Public lowed. The orders for the 04 12 :;its I 3 -: t _. _._Jncklt..IJt......""_ I 1 ) .sa 2 lbwY oJ .._ I
emperor gave porcupine ..
,., I tCi..I 4A'' -,-} 'n.Gal. e 5' in 4 Jt 14Ar r.... tae
Works all were elected on the municipal Fortune For Hill's Jewels. to be slain) and the mother to be (_ ,-4J. 11-u, .J :-_ : .. _..__)I.droOOue_: 12: ::-oy': ;: :J (v

club The restored to ber desolate nest c: : : ,4:1..;. "_._ el I"hall.-- JI Je': a:: :': .. tr V
y platform.The sale of the jewels left by the ; ; : .. :
l.e .. :,a7 S .'.F.. .-ri. Lttce........__ 10 a l i2' t.a
r Miami widow of Sam Lewis the London money fell and the sleeping: ; world bad for -4 I :.; r ;.III 6 J.:... _; ....-lort lticree- .". ... )o -II:: II.'..-e J-J
Metropolis tells of a remarkable W
O, 3 :ta" G :0... _. ..--TI? aJII.-- 10IM'r II o'wa Z L..t f
I the deed but N "I
incident when it : The i lender, brought;; enormous prices, gotten emiKTor's kindly :; 0 I 6.1 t' _, _E en_ ,_ : I t. a I Q
says 'f'.1 :: :
r the first day's proceeds being nearly with the early dawn a great serpent C) ., .. 6 t-t": : _..._._Jercn.-..._. .! 1ir. p. j : 0 ,rs .
portion of the Miami River is c-J .. :, .. ._ "' ...._._.._ .. ... ',, "'
$1 upper .; the the and .t I :; cM x
? J.OOO.Oriental. glided into palace, .
up steps .. .
"' ,
r'" I 1-.1'0 1 '" _._ .J! .>c :, ,'__..... !I. 1":1. .JIf...
said to be stagnant with thousands of Into the royal chamber and laid upon ""J. I .1 ::;111 S5 .. ..1it .t Jui i.t- .._.._ ._ : !. :: .v lac' -- r...
_ fresh water fish. The fish first Limited Wreck. each of the closed ...., 4..s : :tax' a i :.: .. __._"'H!' ,'11m !tree,i.-..._. .. ''b t5 vi \,1.6
were emperor's eyelids n .. '
Near Bartlett N. !>., the Oriental
  • t noticed during the recent cool spell limited gleaming topaz.When 5a: to ,e:a" !.oeIru!_. : !1411"St M : y .... wOrd
    on the Great Northern was derailed 6 4 .M S t'<; _lOTa )__. i 1 2 :f u ,
    the Emperor Theodosius; awokehe w : : .. ; .. ; : ; .J
    r it ,
    and then thought their death .
    $ was Cov 9' ante 71 7 f7: ..
    s for no known cause, and all exjept i1t .a
    V was no lon,?r blind, for the mother d / ; ,. -... --' .. _... "c I 71 III 73-:; ., s J
    was due to the sudden change In the two :: 4
    i cars six .
    were burned a
    V, I temperature of the water but they !using their lives. persons snake bad paid her debt of gratitude. ; : ::7 x i:: ? 'I: 'rsOt"JI. -==:, ::..wt.:;!=:::: .: r : J .

    as .__ .. __... '. '.i'l...._.. _... '.r ...... :. .
    ; I continue to die, other reasons are Deaths. Rheumatism Makes Life MiserableA 11 :' .-__...'.-...'--\r ,'..,.,1'_-,_.1_._-... h.. ...._ ...-. -J:.- ; ,

    I assigned, the most favorable being Daniel II. Chamberlain the noted happy home is the most Valuable ..i .. ."I.t .":i1r"l.r.

    that the long-continued drought has lawyer who was a carpetbag;; ;governorof ; f5-e6fion that is within the reach of '"". :3 ,...!!'", I n.- .. ---:-- -
    South Carolina died po : : !L 1: ., .::1 "-11", ..0.1,, C.h I .. .'0.: co. ::1 ..0.into .:- ,, "
    at Charlotte- t
    S stopped the fresh water from flowing mankind but cannot its : I.x. :\"..\ :T 1UCn t'fl. '
    enjoy comforts
    you lacelo- DI'Uy ;'_ "
    vile Va., April 13. at the age of &" '- UailyI I I' iaitr bash
    \ into the river from the glades, thus if you are suffering from rheuma : '

    allowing the whole river to become (enty-two. t-VWJJTV" ';' nft fft.r .. .u, .arnik... _.\r" Vr wn ,. y < t
    James tism. You throw aside bl1'iIJt''san's: : : ; .,. r : :
    .' II. EckeN. president of the : :r i ::%:: J0Oc.v.. .. JseL.nvilie..At6tau t ) Vet
    1 salt by water backing in it from 10 A.- : "; :< .' Pit 13 3i> i'rd..lcah; ....
    up when enter home and i :: .vl i SI
    Commercial National hank of Cbitago.who you your you can :l : -74-5: 21'Il"fi& 'i. =Mitic: Li.- h.t: : : r. 7 i... t: A :

    ,!: the bay. The most of fresh water fish was comptroller of the treasury he relieved from three rheumatic p-iin 11-_*'3v;_IV. o_II-PI, :* "> ft It 0"fr: .:::...:.? :.' - ',' -, taw; .....:.V'_:; (5.... :: .h

    : 1 cannot stand salt water: hence their under President Cleveland, died in his also
    by applying Chamberlain's Pain '
    'KKSi'un: \ ? AFD oniiT-i.( : =: :
    + ; death." Chicago home from heart disease while IJalni. One application will give you relief ) ; : EiMSsiP t\CIHtt\S: \ \ \1 MIlIl.

    Bleeping April 14. and its continued use for a short time c::}:: C.cac'; ..:. Z.;,: : .. r:t.: iaissfi'ps of the P. & 0. S. s. c....,.
    %j Water for Key West.
    will about
    S bring a |ermanent cure. Fur

    :V V (Miami Record..) Hard Times in Kansas ale by all drug; 't"and iiie<-inedealers.. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.Trsins .

    The old day! of
    .. V Water has long been an article of jrra-hoppers and Cischarjc lussrers at 5fcfrs STd,. No Transfers

    commercial value in Key West, and 'Imntli are almost forgotten in the pros- THE CABS OF NEW YORK. ,------ .
    IHTOIM Kansas: of today, although a citi- T:: _TIt\?Tlitle- <'but! #ti>neat\ ic-!! !T' i v' f,'. < ;',.1 I.aalveatrr. !
    the dry weather of, the past months '':: n..e-< ,, I -:ati.r-FrtI.iera .vrt ,! V t i < :'''1I e;" d nra
    zen of Codfll, l'trlhambnrr: has trot 'flirj Are :\tot an IntrKrnl Part .>f theLife ; ;-' :I. ctot.h.: : i' : t ": : : ,1 art ;lt..z.: '_
    has caused a large amount of suffer ,
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    V vet f forgotten a hard time: he encountered. of tlir ('It". .
    ? ing to the people of the island. He says: "I was worn out and discouraged The cab I is no integral part of Now For: "ory of the LCC.\ .." .--. or C.inr: Inform.'tim

    Estimrtes have 'been made by the York life. Venice without the gondola r "
    hSEE TEf
    by coughing nijrht: and day, and : L.TG::' T

    .41 :: Florida East Coast Railway as to the could! find no relief till 1 tried Dr. King's- were as unthinkable; as a woman without ', \s&t. den'I Pas>. .\ tit. 5'1. At "I.IINL, I'LA.

    t cost of laying a pipe line along the hair. No little of 1/mdoifs) compelling
    New Discovery.i Ii took less than
    : one
    railroad upon the completion of the ; charm is in its wift rolling

    1! ". 't extension to the Island City. safest U,,ltto! and completely ino-t reliable cure cough me.and" cold The one hansom can't think The-e: of things New we York: termsof nut OF SEA ROUTES.Ierchants

    The scheme has been studied andS QUEEN
    cure and hiiiii! and throat healer ever di-! cahx Once upon a time I was in

    .1 found to be \erj practicable, and the co.-ered. liuarattts4lbyRell'r.e5l'har 1 : exile. Only iu memory did the greatcity .!I

    .1. large: supply of water to be had from inacy. ;50 cent.and! $1 00 I Tri! bottlefree' riM.1 iK-rtre me, and what I SIWw.ts

    the Everglades near homestead wilt tl.i-s: Hu::e caiijons of tone .111.1 l

    probably be brought into use.V -- -- teel. tilled with n<,ie and darknos.t'lrou & Miners Tran Co's

    V 'f" This would be of great advantageto ; .\ltrnr the !S.Tiur.T.iilor's h whit lt gnat fellow worin. .

    i Little Roy (walking with his crawled. use after the other. in iud
    Key West and will make it
    : father M'I.'S n street Ttlkrl-'Jat's iir. 1*.:lt i.. the picture of New Yo,'k\ STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN
    for large factories or other steam
    t that papa: ? Tailor-The street's l being that haunt the exile, even as the out

    propelled works to run at a low cost, newly iroiiM anal l (' .- .i;:urn !iawed Venetian i i'i oliNessol by slim ,-- -,-

    t V and with. a certainty which would be I hick! ;gondolas; cutting across Lines of
    impossible otherwise. ":',)me men can take new furniture niormlilt. Your tree New Yorker is PHILADELPHIA.Direct

    'I\I make it 101101; if It wa made a a :steam:, l'"\l. electrically: carted

    Consideration of a 'totorbt.f century ago." says! a Journalist. So( IKT.-OII. Only in exceptional moment, Connections for -

    can some oMllren. of dues he ride "in
    r'O>IU or gayety apjirriage
    f f We hold no brief for the motorists. .. and p.sir. lie is carriage
    says the Cystander. but "hQ:1or'hert> -- Washington \ York and Boston.
    Grip Quickly Knocked Out ridden l to n funeriL He s it in ,
    honor i* du(>. On n country roi l theother :
    whey whet the fear of Gnol
    day we saw n motorist deliberately "'Olll Weeks a'::o during: tU, severe!
    i !io> not in him. There are only i XV Throu,Ii ticket; on sale at jinncipiil points.
    avoid! running over an anima winter weather both my wife and mjMlfiontracted !
    lit'-ti-tai (":!!'''; .l;;.I hacks on the inland Accommodations cuisine
    on the highway! To l>e exact it Wt se\ereco'd* which speedily! unsnrjuin 4'd.
    of Manhattan. Others there are ofvnrc.
    a circus elpJhmt.-St. James Gazette SEND FOR BOOKLET.
    ', developed: into the worst kind of la grippe < ply.i.u; ; ifniticill! > in the darkijuartors.

    with all iN miserable! syni p'oma"| say* I..t l even with (Lestthrown
    I Cold While Hunting a Burglar ii. r. .\ "En'tllII'l; -tt f'nt Jacksoiiip.'
    Caught Mr. J. S" Ejleston: of Mip'e L-in.ltnjr, in the reckoning: is small. No: the New ,
    e- ; J. C. WHITNEY 2d V. P. &: T. M., W. P. TURNER P. T.
    Iowa. "Knt and joint aching: mnacle Yorker U not a eabby i'er on Vance M.,

    :\Ir. Win. Tlio: Lannrpin: : provinriaconstaMe ore. head stopped np, eyan i no-.e Thtmion in Outing Magazine.Chamberlain's ; GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, MD.

    at Chaplean, Ontario, !says!" : --- -- --
    with alternate
    running, spells chills:
    "I caught a severe cold while hunting a Salve Do You Want to Know All About the
    and fever. We began u=iu.r Chamltt"lain' -
    hnrslar in the fore-t snamj! last! fall. This salve i il int'r..ff'ol
    g Coo,h Remedy, aiding; the samewith especiallyfur

    lIpsrin_ of Chamberlain's Coiuh Remedy a double dose of Chamlterlaln's sore nippl l !s, lnirn, fro-t bites chap.l EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?

    I tried: it, and after using! : two m311 Momach and Liver Tablets, and by its fiand" itchins pile, chronic sore eje.1

    bottles! I am completely I onred." This :granulated eye lid-, old chronic' .
    liberal use! soon completely knocked out sore-an Especially regarding; F1 nit Growing, Tnu'killlo and

    V remedy is intended especially for oonzh the grip." SoM by all drn_ igts and for discacesof the skin! such! a<; t th'r, general Farming If sn. euWnt-e for the.- ..

    and colds. It will loosen and relieve asevere medicine dealer salt: rheum, ring: worm, naid head,
    cold in less time than by any other herpes!, barbers' itch, M-abbie or itch HOMESEEKER.

    treatment and is a favorite wherever its CA9vPORT.: and eczema. It hairnet: with unparalleled! -
    superior excellence has become known. Bean th 1 R'ni1 Yiu Have Always BjCghtBigMtTUB success in the treatment of tl.t diseases.Trice ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. PEI ANNUM. 5AMPLECOPY

    For sale by all druggists and medicine ;; 25 cents jierjbox. For sale all FREE.
    I Y 11 by HAKUY !>. I5IIO\VN, nu-ine! Manager, H. Augustine, Fla.

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    Bad Symptoms. L
    '. :' a. .. Halt sI Hamllm'i First Try For tbs Bank
    The woman who has periodical head* .a Town hUt oft an

    /./I j",., ,,: : Calte4 State. Senate.. aches, backache, sees imaginary dark of Oyster Sh n..
    ::&.? "
    :W f' "'Hannibal .n aIn I.LD was speaker Spots specks floating or dancing before The secondary foundation of Cris-

    "_ :> ",,: ;fif Uw.Maine house of representatives her eyes, b&&>gnawing distress or heavy field, Md.. Is the bottom of the Chesapeake -

    : ,. > 1 ijtway::back In the forties of the last fall feeling 16 Jtomach,faint spells,drag- bay, and between the bottom of

    a;+ ? Hcenturr.. there was in that ging-downA&llng in lower abdominal or
    pelvic region, easily startled or excited,
    | gentleman
    faultless attire
    oyster shells to the number of millions
    irregulrfror painful periods,with or with d
    J pleasing, manners
    1'" good address and out {Hvic catarrh, is suffering from probably hundreds of millions. On this

    !'a ; :tome reputation, but he had one foible. weaknt&ses andflerangements that should great stratum of oyster shells stand

    ;" t'f$ .His hair w .s very thin and he was have eaJiy ayjention. Not all of above louses, wharfs and business places. A
    ) 'i highly s3lUye In regard to It lymptoita ape likely to be present in any I\ ""'" I
    ease at o/e/ime. railroad runs along on It, bridges cross

    ',.. To hIde his approaching baldness he Xegtocted or badly treated and such its dividing places men walk and talk The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been, .
    had a habit of carefully stroking withfe" ca esyCfben run Into maladies which de-
    ,\ bandoline or other preparation each man/ tre surgeon's knife If they do not and do business, steamboats and sailboats in use for over 30 years, has borne the sijrnatnre; of '
    hundreds of sailboats-hare
    res atally -yes,
    ' :!! : 4 particular. hair In its place. One day No medicine xtanLTia Tich a long their landings alongside it; merry boat- and has been made under his personal lr

    .1 'i while in the chair as speaker Mr. Ilainlin. na numerous recnrn of rnrps {n sucB from the shore supervision since its infancy.
    Ing off by
    parties put
    JLags &s Dr. t rev'sLion. Fayoritg Prescrip* ,
    in the Innocence of a good and Allow no one deceive you in this.
    "j'o has such a strong moonlight and fish and crab and re-
    xa joke loving nature sent for this 'gentleman p n o cnt<0"?| [nrlnr-spmt-nt pi t>arn oi.ln turn in the early morn-all to this All Counterfeits,.Imitations and Jnst-as-good" are but

    ..f:. and. looking fixedly at his inyrffiiFns nfin-t.mfp wnrth rnnrf* < nnrnynrHinarv I ks.ttmoniaisThe great bank of oyster shells sunk in the Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of OJ..
    >: :; smooth and polished pate said with at ona Infants and
    very best ingredients blue water. against Experiment. :
    ,. chuckle: known to medical science for the cure of Crisfield lives by oysters and crabs-
    ,"Blank, old fellow, 1 Just wanted to woman's peculiar ailments enter into its
    "r" tell you that you've-got one of the composition. No alcohol, harmful, or not by eating them, for Crisfielders What is CASTORIACastoria .J.
    hairs of head habit-forming drug is to be found In the rarely eat either, but by catchlng'them.boiling ,
    R your crossed over the
    list of Its
    Ingredients printed on each them packing them shipping
    r other. bottle-wrapper and attested under oath. who would' is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric '
    them. He
    them selling
    'jl "You insult me, sir! You Insult meP In any condition of the female system,
    Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription can do know the crab can best learn It by visIting Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant It .:, .
    : r replied the member with .
    only good-never harm. Its whole effect this wholly and solely crab town contains ,neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
    altogether unnecessary Indignation is to strengthen Invigorate and regulatethe the Men in boats substance. Its is its It Worms ;'
    quickly destroys
    a whole female on Chesapeake. age guarantee. -
    and then refusing to listen either system and especially
    t' to reason or explanation, he left the the pelvic organs. When these are deranged fill barrels with crabs and bring and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind

    d' in function or affected by disease, them ashore to the "factories." Here Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
    desk and
    speaker's returned to his seat the stomach and other of digestion '
    3; ::. When Mr. Hamlln became a candia become sympathetically deranged the they are counted, sorted steamed and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the ,- ,

    , date for the United States! senate this nerves are weakened and a long list of packed In barrels and shipped until one Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
    t bad unpleasant symptoms follow. Too wonders who all these
    can possibly eat
    gentleman was a member of the upper much must not be expected of this "Fa Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. :
    ,house of the Maine legislature. Al- vorite Prescription. It will not perform mountains and myriads of crabs. ; >lt

    though a member of the same party miracles; will not cure tumors-no med- There are many people In this coun-

    and only one more vote was needed to icine taken wilL in! time It wilt and often thus prevent the operating them if try. A crab apiece for them all oncea GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS .; '

    secure Mr. Hamlin's election, he posi- table and. the surgeon's knife may be year in the season "would mean '

    tively refused to vote for the man by avoided. some crabs." At least so one of the Bears the Signature of ,

    ! whom he believed be had been Insulted.He Women suffering from diseases of long crab dealers put Philadelphia Rec- yo ,
    standing, are invited to consult Doctor ord.
    was defeated for a seat in the Pierce by letter/rce. All correspondenceIs

    senate-by "a hair but when the next held as strictly private and sacredly

    vacancy occurred he was elected.- confidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce; MUSKRAT BUILDERS.The *
    Buffalo N.Y.
    x "Lives of Twelve Illustrious Men"I
    Dr.Pierce's Medical Adviser(1000 ) -
    I ., Is sent House In the Meadorr aDd now
    free on receipt of :1 one-cent

    ; \ THE FIRST-A AUTOMOBILE. for stamps cloth-bound for paper-covered copy. Address, or 31 as stamps abova. I have always It Is CODatrD'ted.been told that muskrat The KM You Have Always Bought ,

    1 '
    It Was Made In 1572 aDda.. Work --- houses mean a severe winter. Instead -
    Seven In human Life. of of cold
    ed by a Coiled Spring. a sign ,weather, the
    The first automobile" said the A writer divides the human life as!' muskrat house means simply that one In Use For Over 30 Years.

    follows: At three times seven a man or more muskrats have chosen to live
    chauffeur "was made by Johann Hau- THC CCNTkVN COMMNV. TT MURRAY TKCCT. MEW: TORO CTTTkTS ;
    .' reaches a competent In the In the low' meadow
    age eyes or at the shallow .
    stack of Nuremberg in 1372. Its motive r ;
    of the law; at four times seven he is In head of the pond where there is no
    power was neither oil, steam nor
    full possession of his strength; at five chance to burrow underground and
    :: electricity, but a coiled spring.
    ;, times seven he is fit for the business of have a bedroom that cannot be flooded
    The first steam was built
    ' the world; at six times seven he be- by the high tides of winter.
    -1 In France'by Cugnot in 1770. It is still '
    J comes grave and wise if he is ever des- These same muskrats, along the stC'pbanks r.V--C- csKffgEngraved' _rr'\\J '_', ':' .J .,=---J.\-J1.S'
    to'be seen. It is one of the star exhib- -
    tined to; at seven times seven he is of a river, would tunnel Into the
    its of the Conservatoire des ,Arts et
    : i In his apogee and from that time he earth and there dig a bedroom out of r" FOR.e .
    Metiers In Paris. Steam carriages mod
    begins to decay; at eight times seven each of the highest flood. They do not
    eled after it built William
    were he1 is In his first climacteric, at nine always succeeed however,
    as they are
    + James Watt Nathan Read
    Murdoch ,
    and Richard Trev thick. These are, times seven he Is In his grand climacteric often washed out of their winter beds t1 e Wedding t

    and at ten times seven he has by spring freshets.
    most of them In museums in London
    ; f and BirmIngham.'\ reached the allotted span of life.A The house in the meadow is usually 1 InvitationsAnnouncements

    built over a tall stout tussock whose
    i "Several steam carriages plied forfe
    Tocsh Clilcken. grassy top forms the bed. This is dom- a
    .J hire"
    on the streets of London at the
    A New Orleans man has proved that : ed
    i. r beginning of the nineteenth century. over making a large room big t
    ., a chicken can twenty-three days for for half dozen
    enough one or a according -
    but they were so slow, noisy and heavy
    > without food watery He makes affidavit
    pr to the number of muskrats
    ' that the did not take to them.
    j : people
    ? that when his family moved recently sharing the work. At least two openings i t
    r The first modern automobile was
    1--' a chicken securely nailed in a or dives lead from the bed into VISITING CARDS
    built Amadee Bollee in 1873. Bollec
    by box was In the cellar of the new house.having .
    water at the foot of the tussock.
    exhibited his in Vienna and in
    car and all kinds of
    been forgotten by the former And this water never freezes. Whence
    : Paris, and other men, as is always the
    tenants. Twenty-three days later the forms outside, the warmth of the
    case devised improvements on it. Automobiles .1 FASHIONABLE STATIONERY
    took was moved to explore the cellar muskrats bodies Is sufficient to keep
    by about 1SOO, began to appear '
    and discovered' the chicken, emaciated.
    the doors free through which the I
    0' In the Jokes of the day. They had Address
    but still much alive.ilindoo .
    dwellers shoot at instant alarm, for 1
    taken their But it not until
    place. was [
    the annual cup races began in France Moon Lore. these passages lead into winding bur THE H. & W. B. DREW CO.
    I and that far
    ,. in 1804 that the automobile became a According to the Hindoos, a lunar rows waterways run out ]
    I through the rich rooty meadow.-Country
    ecSipse is the contact between the
    really popular institution. -New Or-
    leans Times-Democrat moon and another planet called Uahoo Life America.. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

    I but the masses believe that, owing to 1 r

    I His Dear Old Mother the will of God, Kalioo. or the serpent- rarliamrnt. 1 --. -.
    The name "parliament" Is derived
    like hold of the
    "My dear old mother, who is now moon from the French "
    "parler to KODAKS AND SUPPLIES
    by its hideous mouth and releases it t1
    '0 eighty three years old, thrives on Electric after a short timt't first contact speak. The word was originally writ- (

    Bitten," writes W. B. Brunson, of ten "parlemcnt. as In French and, .. .
    "JII" -- ---- -- ----
    -- -
    the Hindoos bathe in the and ,
    Dublin, ( a.Uhe:; has taken them for I iously await the release.sea After ant the: although the spelling has gradually .Tvif. ,_. \_......'!.....'._... ''! ',...........'!_'._._" _,,,__._, .-=.........vif" ,_' ,. .,, L......,.,...'..... -.".........," ,, ,t

    about two year and enjoys an excellent : wntju-t they take another bath. During rhanzed. the pronunciation remains the

    appetite, trta s-tront and sleeps well 1 the interval they are not allowed: sam The earliest mention of the
    word "parliament" In the English: stat
    That's the way Electric Bitters attet-t: the even to drink! a cup of water, as their .. '
    < < -
    nt. < L :1: t'e preamble to the statuteof -
    A' aged and the same happy results: followin I belief is that all things in the world Westminster in 1272. For the originof ;

    all ca<'''' of fl'mait'aklll'-!! and general get iHintcd during the contact-Singapore
    Times. the Institution itself we must go A glitch: in lime saves nine.

    { debility.: Weak; puny children, too, I I>;nk to .Anl .IXon times when it

    ;, are greatly strengthened by them. Guaranteed I lie!!* and the Koran.It r'iri..I.1 as the witenat mot. In the I Save many a sick spell

    also for t-tomach, liter and kMney r1o of Henry III. parliament wasformally'eparttel I
    I is said in the Koran that IIt'lUtifl1l by giving the childr
    50r.Itov into the two housesof
    . lied (
    trouble! by tots Pharmacy. bells are hung upon the trees of paradise -
    lords and common*. and the deliberations
    in such a way as to be stirred by BALLARD'SIUOREHOUND
    ---s wind from the gulden throne of Hodwhenever
    .. college, ipronounceil Hod'n bcr s.
    the blessed in his
    ones presence -
    fotiuilftl nrun wkk. )1\., in SYRUP.
    was at wi-h for music. It is to this that f The inxnnitj"I .

    17'.V|. It was named in honor of the author of "Lalla Uookh" refers in want to get a divorce from my

    James Bowdoiu. an American statesman the lines: husband. EVERY MOTHER

    in liisjb! standing: who died in Holls as musicalAs The lawyer was interested. "What should knrp supplied withd's? HorehoimJ Syrup ilwishes ,.. 'P

    17':->. His son. James ISowdoin. a gentleman those that on the golden shafted trees are your pmuuds?" he aske, to !suv> h.-r children from :o.'j- -;. .. -i"; i IN.: Ittains ,'''',- i

    of wealth, who later served in I I Of Eden shook by the eternal breeze. "In :lnity." ab...olut'-Iy iiotliirr..*. jd'i .' i-,its, -i\l. 'I. ,., -. :;1.11.-. ;, .,,\

    .. diplomatic circles, being: United States I "Was he crazy at the time of tbe for ..!iil,i'-.n PS w. I! ;L* ,Hii'I .

    minister to Spain. 1SO.VOS. pave: to the I Matrlies."Who marriage?" A coiiirh often Icadrs to eunouutpioa .-iJiu "t..L..1 I

    of are tho*? young people in that inimedianly.J. .
    college at its founding }.IJf} acres "Oh. dear no; I was.

    land and .<.'.iNtt) in mon.>S't Sic I bnxy aske.l! the man in the paniuet."There's '! "h,1 r\1-'l".af "1o tJ

    death in 1 .... l !"' ;!......_, P. .,' a" '-.V'. 9

    tioa: a number of valuable( gifts--(;.<*' awl Mazie Uivli and !It'n&In.1' Belie Chamberlain's C. Sr.i''i lfiston, T-v--. '.- ;?' ..:
    Urowm and her. They re all to be
    acres of land a library of several thousand Dalian-<>r>- :iiwl iSyrup ::iTV'yr: :1: *>a>: '"

    books, a collection of fine paintIngs married next month. few years. anti iiiul it iar etij,.'rior i'. :r.... -'hroujrfi:
    "1.dtei! Quite a \b+\ ..f niM' 's. -dicine i '.. bi.ueJuuid f
    and an assortment of scientific ty J t.- \ ti"' d. 1'rv ; \>v

    apparatus. This institution where the : ..11:"--l'hH'pli:1!- rr"-.-. t UPlIit'dth ihi.: Tror4Jy r ..1. ." .

    poet Longfellow taught for five years Just Because "Ji The DciigT-.t cf Chiidren.r i

    has preserved its high standing from. i {
    i H only in tl.e throat H1' .1 ;
    '.r the first : : ORES COLQHS, COLDS, V-'HCDPTW: ,.
    Don't Put Off : not trouble yon now, ()ti't itu"K UMI 't I I I,; COUGH. SORIZ TlZOt+T, B.sO.SCr.lTIS : \,.

    \ what can do today i j net-d-i no attention When/ it hH I..t !I. uimiiih A\D: ALL LL'NQ: TI<.QUl S. tt"7 ....... ,..I.\.: .

    for tomorrow you of a start i io: the time to ctn- k u. "' ;;rtIIf 't-
    PRICE 25c; cCc aid f l.CO ,
    i Lk\- 6 ;:Jo .
    :Ballard's The slightest coiisili easily I leads M pnenntorta | ,.> "
    ; AOIDt.L SV3STITL:--c:. \Xl her
    ; : bronchitis and wnMimption ARallardV 4 I ,
    bottle i ) .J.i!
    won't have any, buy a ; I J: '" I f.t .
    comes you j. hottlt of Horliwiml Syrup will :'fk

    today. A positive cure for rheumatism, J'I. that coiijiJi. Time i'rir nut: it wlf h- (
    cure ) Ballard Co. t211
    Snow Liniment
    burns, cut; sprains, contracted rouble, I I|!: in the reach of till S.I-1 >.v all -Ini;;,i i..t,1, Cough Remedy -

    etc. T. S. Graham, Prairie Grove, Ark., j tyy.
    .' writes: "I wish to thank you for the :.j! The Children's Favorite 500-502 North Second;; Street .tjrn, ." I

    results I receive. from :Snow Lini- ] CASTOR !IAI ---CCRES-- t' '
    good Coughs, Colds, Croup and ST. LOUIS, MO., :
    cured me of rheumatism j4 : : ;
    It positively .
    ment. and Children. Whooping Cough. .
    i For Infants
    after others had failed. Sold byj'i .. ., .
    This r n ly is f ara'ti for it cur.u w.ralarge :: :
    S- S Red Cross Pharmacy. The Kind You Have Always Bought part.of the civilized irorld. It canalways ,.;r ,..'",'! 1"
    I be d pran. It contains no
    I opium or other harmful drag and may be
    Q d given M confidently to a baby as to an aUult Sold and Recommended by
    Bears the
    118 Ku Yon Hate Alsats 8Bigu&tme 1s //
    Price 25 eta; Large Size, 5O eta.

    Y# I Signature of 1 DELoci Cross Pharmacy:

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    4" ,PRANK LIPP Practical Shoemaker,Forty I'magnificent beach and it is a pity J.llIES PBITCHABD.President. W.Y.BROWN.Vice-President.
    retn experience; all kind of_repairing WINSTON S.BRANNINO. Cashier.
    done,nice and cheap; also ladie and men's I that there is not an easier way of :
    Y Thin
    : I
    shoes made to order.' Pale
    reaching it.' '
    f Indian River State Bank.
    w y 2 r ,LATEST COUNTY I I
    Allan is here on a visit to his Nervous ?

    u = MEWS NOTES wife and family.Dr. COT TTY DEPOSITORY: -

    C. H. and Mrs. Hill arrived Authorized Capital, $100,000; Paid-up Capital, f'25,000; Average. Deposits, $200,000

    Little Happenings nit Help to MakeUp home on Sunday after a very. pleas- Then your blood must be ina TRANSACTS A

    ant trip. very bad condition. You .

    tr :f the Weekly newspaper Mr.' ,and Mrs. K. Andrix and son certainly know what to take, General Banking BusinessLARGEST ;

    farry left the first the week for
    then take it-Ayer's Sarsa-

    r was Columbus, 0. p rillr. If you doubt, then Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated. ..
    of Georgiana,
    i Mrs. W.Brown, Miss Lena Mendel, from Titus- consult your doctor. We know Prompt service, polite treatment and every favor consistent tit

    f a passenger on Tuesday's steamer. ville, is visiting the family of Mr. what he will say about 'this with conservative banking granted
    The'beach parties are all at home and Mrs. J. R. Field. grand old family medicine.This CORRESPONDENTS:

    : and all report a fine outing at Cocoa Mr. George Schuyler, after a would Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, New York City; The Atlantic National Bank
    U the fint question you doctor
    Beach. ask: "Are your bowel regular?" He knowsthat of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida
    lengthened visit to Jacksonville, returned daily action of the buwel i* absolutely
    Travis visited Miss eiorntial to recovery. Keep your liver active
    Miss Evelyn TITUSVILLE
    home Monday.Mr. and yonr bowels regular by taking laxative FLORIDA.E. .
    Point closes of Aye? .
    of ,
    Agnes Hatter,
    s and Mrs. L. L.Taylor, accompanied -
    Sunday. by Mr. A. Hildreth,left Mon- i Also by: J.laaoa&ctarers C.Ayer Co.,Xiowell.of :llaat L. BRADY & BRO. I

    Mr. and Mrs. A. McKeown and day for their northern: home. a t'.AIR1002. ,

    .r family have left for their home in Mrs. Helen Tucker and Miss Mary ,se/-I's AGUE O3E.CHE2KY ECTORAL.. 1
    : Pittsburg, Pa. / Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products 1 1We
    Curry left Thursday to visit Daytona, T7e hare no secret! We publishthe
    the Cocoa formu:M of all our med:ernes. handle produce of all kinds. We are gents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
    The departures from etc. and will be Mrs. Car-
    joined by in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of-all consumers. Write us for prices OD
    station have been unusually numer- ter in a few days. __n___ Grain and all Groceries.delivered at your station. E. L. BEADY&BRO..TrITsVILLE,FLA.

    this week. -- -- -- ---- -- -- ---- -----
    : ous Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sanderson, EAU GALLIE -

    : Mrs. Chas. Schoonmaker and Miss also Miss Sanderson, left Thursdayfor Jo ORT<>N"9
    Showers this week but more need- o
    _ f M. Ellenberg, of Sharpes, were vis- their home in Scranton, Pa. I

    itors in town Tuesday. They expect to visit Mrs.Sanderson'sson ed.Hodgson Bros. are fertilizing their Staple and Fancy Groceries hay, I'raducF;; i l n Kinds,
    Prof. Wakefield entertains the at Baltimore, and other friendsen ,

    scholars of the high school department route. We regret that the hospitable several groves this week.W. VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY

    doors of Bamboo Lodge will T. Wells, of Melbourne, was in
    4 Tuesday evening. s s a
    : i Miss Elizabeth Hughlett arrived be closed for a season. town on business Tuesday.E. '

    ;; home on Monday for a rest from her Mrs. D. A, Carter, in honor of her V. Hall, of Georgiana, was in J. LORILLARD, JR. LIDS S. WILSON .

    studies at Stetson university.Mr. guest, Miss Mary Curry, invited all Eau Gallic this week on business. LORILLARD BOAT CO.

    Art. Roebling was in town on the; young people to a progressive C. C. Pingrey and family left for

    I Wednesday, having just returned euchre party on Saturday evening. Delevan, N. Y., last Wednesday. TltiasTT-111: Florida 1

    from a cruise as far as Ormond. After a very pleasant game and delightful Patrons of our school are invited Engines Installed and Repaired by Expert Gasoline Engineers +

    Great preparations are being made refreshments, upon saying to be present at the school buildingon Agents Termaat & Monahaa motors.Moore motors, Hartford motors, c
    t and District Agents for the Lathrop motorAgents
    adieu them-
    for May day at Cocoa. A big timeis everyone expressed Monday at 7:30 p. m. /
    anticipated. Come and join us. selves as having spent a very pleas- for the
    ant evening. Moonlight launch parties are the
    Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Snider have thing this week. The launch is fast T & M Reversible
    had their launch hauled out and left GEORGIANAMiss replacing the sailboat on Indian riv- Original

    4 for their home in New York Tues- .
    Eva Owen spent last week
    : : i_ day.Mrs. with friends at Lotus. T. Snell has moved his groceryto

    J. M. Sheriff, who has been Mrs. Cass Allen and little boy returned the Bradfort stand this week. Thoroughly covered by patents i

    ,, .Y the guest of Mrs. Adam S. Dixon, to Daytona beach last Satur- This will throw a vacant store on the
    returned to her home in Cadiz, 0., market for the Treutler estate. The Engine that Runs Without Repairs II

    : : Tuesday. day.The
    f folks dancein Spiller Bros. have hen farm and {
    young enjoyed a a EThese motors are safe and reliable and
    A is circulated :
    being among
    : paper the Carter cottage last Tuesday will also grow truck and hogs, en-
    s our merchants for Thursday after- can be operated by alcohol or kerosene
    night. closed by a hog proof fence. This is
    ; noon closings during the summer a new and improved method of hog with as :good: results as by using gasolineMARJNE
    Mrs. F. W. Munson' spent Wednesday -
    months. It is being generally signed.
    : :B.A.JL: VV AY
    and Thursday of last week at i .t
    f Died Friday Apr. 19th, Joseph ,
    on Careful attention given to
    Daytona.Mr. G. Redstone & Son have the
    Gordon, the youngest child of Mr.
    Carl Wittfeld to Merritt contract for the Thousand Island LAUNCHES STORED FOR THE SUMMER
    Jones. Bullet he goes
    and Mrs. S. S. as
    this week to work for Mr. Verity club building on the Banana river,
    { Was better known a child of unusual -
    s ,:
    t this summer. and also a contract for a fleet of NEW CASH GROCERY STORE
    e promise for one.of 19 months. rowing boats for use by the 'mem-
    The funeral services were held at the Big Sam shot a large 'gator last
    bers of the club.Correspondence.
    I Cocoa cemetery, Rev.R. N.Andrews Monday. The beast kept appearing .V FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
    conducting the services. Mr. and about the docks every little while on
    We low and sell for cash therefore sell the
    4 buy as as ; cheapest.
    ,__ Mrs. Jones have the sympathy of the and made the bathers rather nervous. page Look over our stock and pet our prices before buying. *

    i >. community. Mrs. Durham, Mrs. Odell and two NoticeThere Corner Main and Hopkins Greets

    v' -\ little daughters Harry and June, returned will be a meeting of the G. ::13:. :BnE3A.TBC: efcs CO., t

    : ROCKLEDGE to Evanston last Saturday.We Good Roads association on Thursdayof TITl':-:VILLE, FLORIDA

    ,' We had a light but refreshing hope to see them with us again next week. May 2nd, at 1:30 p.m., t
    p' rOo, rain on Saturday. next winter. Stewarts hall, Melbourne, Fla. VICTOR '
    We would like to have tax
    The many friends of S. S. Jones Rev. Hawk and son Fritz came every
    >: up payer attend this meeting as mattersof !; #
    ? and family are sorry to learn of the in the Falcon Saturday and stayed importance will be discussed.Jos. Talking Machines, Supplies and .

    ',.- death of their baby. until Tuesday. Bro. Hawk received WILLIAMs, ,4s .
    24 Records sold by the 4
    Apr. 1907. President. Y
    .> The numerous fires are still keep Beth and Nellie Bruner into the

    ; ing us supplied with a regular Pitts- church Sunday.Mr. "VrKtBl itoa..(. .
    1t burg haze. and Mrs. Kingsley and Mrs. Boy Ma. I thought you said the 1.4 -

    t Mr. B. R. Paxton, wife and child, Hunt left for their home in Massachusetts did Specks they were vegetarians; Ma-So I ,nsst'er' oitt TITUSYILLE FLORIDA \
    :. ; are. Boy-Well.: I heard :Mr
    of York, Pa., are here to visit the last Saturday. The parson- Specks tell pop that when he got home r
    Paxton folks for a few weeks. age is lonely now and there is no late the other night Mrs. Specks had a

    Mr. and Mrs. Hall and daughter, "music in the air" these days. roast waiting-for him. mEHALL PORTLjjiD JEMENT / :
    -- ---
    ; the Misses Owen and Miss Nugent, We are glad to have Capt. Rogero SH"k I le.ulaclx ivMjIu from a denudemMit "" -='""' ,"'.. ___ -
    1 I ,it of Georgiana, visited the McKeown and family with us again and we'eIj" tit tinstoim<"h and is cured 1 l IIY

    : family on Sunday.Mr. \ much miss Mr. Bower and fam- Ch t leN.*rnh"rain'It"III"'ch NM!! l y/ll: .lrll.'d i and t' anti'uIt'li- 500 Barrels will be received in the next

    Clement, of Georgiana, came ily. Mr. and Mrs. White are especially t ioe d..t!.-r+.
    60 days. Costs a little more than other cement -
    4 over on Monday to get the boat that very lonely without them. "
    but is better.
    was rebuilt for him; it had a stiff sea Mr. Clement, Mr. Simmons, A. B. ,
    a Pleasant N
    '. to contend with on its first voyage. Carter and Guy Munson went to Ti- EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
    "' George Gingras left on Saturday tusville in the Clement launch last r alf dour

    with the Pettee cruising launch Ethel Wednesday. They expected to get Dealer in Lnniber and Builder M ittrial.

    1, bound outside for Brunswick, I a good deal of fun out of the trip. Eau Gallie, Florida.

    >" Ga., where the boat will be shipped Mr. L. A. Peck left for St. Augu-

    north. Mrs. Gingras and the chil- !stine last Tuesday. He will visit his
    fI. fI. f\ 1\ If fI. /
    dren accompanied the captain. 'friend, Mr. Goff, of the E. C. R. R., ,1rgQruutrrrra>rrraaiuratararraararrrrrrrrrarrlrrrThe ?

    Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. McKeown before going on to his summer homein ..

    and family have closed their winter New York. Of course we expect

    A' '. I home and departed for Jacksonville him to return with the autumn. looking ever the HENRY BOSCH COMPANY Geo. H. Fernald Hardware\ Co.

    on Tuesday, sailing from there Wed Georgiana is his home from Novem- WALL PAPER camples at your

    1"I nesday. They expect to get to their ber to May, and he has veIjmany own easy chair h ne!-Toucan sitting make comfortably a better ia selection your

    northern home in Bellevue, Pa., friends in this place. that way than by ransacking the stores MACHINE SHOPS
    ., Y.. tk e wkoU riathe very latest
    sometime in May.Vagabondia .
    Mr. Simmons took Mr. Clement to desicm-the loveliest tints and richest
    color effects,inetadins imported patterns
    ,the Mellon houseboat, Cocoa last Monday to get his launch Everything good in wall papers in the
    in charge of Tony Camna, tied up Comfort from Gingras' place. Guy Boech. hie. Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'
    It. eeoaevr. tcIe-7oa get the fewest
    here for a short while on Saturday.She Munson wired up the engine and New Yorfc-Chicaro prices.
    Will call: with Boech Samplea-
    is bound for Jacksonville for
    repairs they ran both launches back late in any hour :you name. Look
    them ever to your heart's coo- HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
    having a submerged
    the p. m. in spite of the heavy blow. tent not the least obligation to ,
    struction, punching a hole in her tony. It on war of adrer-
    Mr. C. and Guy came down in the tain* :Base Wall Paper

    bottom. Comfort and Mr. Simmons ran the Agricultural Implements

    Cocoa Beach is quite a delightful Mascot down alone. Mr. Simmonsis V. W. ELDRED

    5 and popular place these days. Quite getting to be one of our best sail- SANFORD FLORIDA
    a colony? of Cocoa people are camped ors. It blew furiously that day and The Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator ,

    there at present and every day par- all hands were pretty wet when they Scringe Building
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    come day. arrived.
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