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:
May 3, 1907


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


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

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


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r Pungent Holes Pertaining to EventsTranspiring SCHLOSS BROS. MAKE Paragraphs About People that MONDAY, MAY 61907. Something About the People of Titus-

-, About Town Travel Here and There New wash dress fabrics. We are ripe
4' as They Come and Go
Our clothing this season has I showing foreign and domestic wash
i Those suits;Schloss Bros make, to been bettered at point. The celebrated Plant Juice Re fabrics in greater varieties than ever Mrs. W. Marvin Pope, of Miami,

\t.f i 'De l>e utieS.found only at Branmng's. are Constant progress every and advance- dies* are for sale by C. Collins. e-I.before the wonderful and at low advance.prices considering has gone for a visit with relatives

ment is the watchword herethisis Capt. Pritchard'expects to make Bates' seersuckers Amoskeag A. living in Georgia.

.... .Mr. L. W.' Haile is at home this necessary to maintain the stand- trip to Austell, Ga., some time this F. C. toile du nord Paris.tissue,Cal- Winston S. Branning is sole agent

.: i< If' week from Jacksonville for a few ard of superiority which we in- month. mont batiste, plaid batiste nouveate, : for Queen Quality shoes. A complete -

<.1'... days' stay with his family. sist shall distinguish our garments Mr. Eugene Berge, of Ne) Smyrna and English figures.zephyt Prices in solid range colors from, plaids 1212to stock of the latest cuts at all

"r'' << Mr. G. W.Hanford returned Tuesday They embody all the style and was down with his launch the 25 cents per yard. times.

p night from his visit' to Green careful handwork of custom-tail- first of this week. t Persian lawn, 40 inches wide very Mr. and Mrs. C. T. McCoy expect ..

.e Cove Springs for about ten days. ored garments, yet they are sold Mr. Joe Gruber, of Brady &Bro's. sheer j quality, makes excellent dresses to leave ,soon for Jacksonville, and
worth 35 cents
s' Mr. E. B. Sembler and son, of Sebastian at popular prices. store force is off for a month's Vacation only> 19 cents. per will probably spend the summer ''

:! and the former's sister, We keep at all times a most commencing the 1st inst. White madras in checks or stripes months in the north. .

Mrs. T. B. Hicks Titusville complete stock of clothing,shoes, Those single coats in mohair and 36 inches wide, worth 50 cents per THE STAR learns upon the best of (I $l
t hats men's and boys' yard Monday only 25 cents.
last Saturday. furnishings.very
serge no lining at all, are the stuff Figured batiste in endless varietyof authority that wedding bells will
1 "* Mr and Mrs. S. B. Rathbun ex- : item strictly uptodateand for summer, $3.50 to $7.50 at Bran- patterns we likely can show you ring out in Melbourne before three

pect to leave about the 11th or 12th sold at the most reasonable nings. 200 different patterns, worth 25 weeks more roll around.

; of for their home in prices. Mail orders a specialty. cents, Monday only, 19 cents, especially -
t. May summer
I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E.Sebring have ; Mrs. M. B. Burns of Canaveral, ,
'a for shirt
good suits.
t _, Hammondsport, N. Y.- i I WINSTON S. BRANNING closed their beautiful home in Day- Madras in beautiful checks stripesor was"in town the first of the week on

4' Cement side walk is being put Titusville, Florida. tona and returned to their summer overplaids excellent designs for her way to Miami where she will

*down this week in front of Palmhurst home at Sebring, Ohio. children's dresses and ladies' jumper probably spend the summer.
May Day Pic Nics Abroad suits 25 cents yard.
..and'the Sterling, on Julia street. The Lorillard cruiser was launched White nainsook worth 25 cents Mr. Casper Mims, of Fort Pierce
Wednesday was May day and
Let the good work continue. the as Monday morning and is being fitted per yard 36 inches wide, special 15 who has been in Baltimore for the past
day not celebrated
Ka e,, Capt. Benjamin Hogg who has was at Titus- up for running near the Nelson cents per yard Monday only. eight months was in town Tuesdayon

r t been spending the winter in Miami, ville a number of our young folks wharf in South Titusville. White nainsook in stripes and his way home for the summer
spent the day elsewhere checks 34 inches
on pleasure wide especially
in of will prob- months.
large yacht
;i charge a bent. About thirty-five went to Os- .\V e return many thanks to our good for shirt waist suits worth 25

; ably spend several months with his teen and Sanford. Two launchesfull friend, Mr. J. D. Crabb of Jackson- cents Monday only, 15 cents per Last Sunday at Valkaria fourteen

y son Benjamin in'New York. of people went to Cocoa, where ville, for sending us some very fine yard.Black mohair brilliantine 52 inches persons were baptized into the Baptist -

Mr. E. M. Goodall, of Sanford the Cocoa and Titusville juvenile strawberries a few days ago. wide, worth 75 cents per yard, Mon- church by Rev. J. S. Geiger, of t

I Maine, well known to many of our base ball clubs crossed bats result- Capt. R.i T. McFadden and family day only, 59 cents. Eau Gallie. This is said to be the

a = residents up and down the east coast ing in a victory for Cocoa by a score left Daytona the first of this weekto Navy blue brilliantine 44 inches largest baptism by immersion ever
left his winter home at Daytona of 10 to 5. The Cocoa wide, also worth 75 cents, you may held on the east coast of Florida.Mr. .
regulars play-
spend the summer, as is their usual have it also for 59 cents.
x :Beach the first of this week for his ed a game with the Eau Gallie nine custom, at Tybee Island near Savan- Black voile, will make an excellent Geo. Gingras and family arrived -

( ; northern home. and also won over the visiting team. nah, Ga. dress skirt worth $1.75, Monday only home by rail Sunday from

'. Mrs C:C. Curtiss and little daughter The crowd that went to Cocoa Mr. $1.19 per yard.Embroidery their trip to Brunswick where they
The main building for the Titus-
Louise, arrived at LaGrange last Pritchett's launch did not arrive flouncing, 26 inches' went in the Pettee launch Ethel.
ville Lumber Co's. new saw millwill \\ide. worth 98 cents special 65 cents
? week, where they will spend the summer home until after 7 o'clock yesterday be 40x200 feet. The material is per yard. He expects to commence work onDr.

f with Mrs. S. A. Singleton Mrs. morning-a tired crowd,but they hada now about ready for erecting the Embroidery insertion, 6 inches in Lincoln's new house boat the
t Curtiss's mother expecting to maker "great"day of it. The next great width, especially good for shirt waist : latter part of this week.

: that place their home.A day will be the Fourth of July, andit building. rimming, worth 35 cents for 25 : Capt. H. Q. Hawley, of Daytona
Editor E. D. Oslin of the Mel- cents per yard.Ladies' !
deal 'is on the tapis involvingthe is Titusville's turn to be up and gauze hose in black, tan ; has bought the McFadden shell boat
Times paid officea
transfer of the old Grand View doing towards celebrating that day and white the well known Lord & and will use it as a residence and va-

hotel and cottages, and the occur and not allow some other place to pleasant call Monday afternoon Taylor's brand and I tell you they riety store. Capt. Hawley is unfortunately -
ahead of Start the while here for about an hour be-! are all right special 25 cents per:,
r pants of these buildings have all redived get us. ball a sightless and has but one
tween trains. pair, all sizes. ,
notice to vacate the same. As rolling. White skirts made of the best; land, the result of a mine explosionin

near as we can learn Mrs. Wiley Mrs. Denham's Music Recital Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Blodgett and quality of mohair handsomely tail-' Colorado. His young daughter is

4 the owner has given an option ont Mrs. Chas. Jas. Denharri's music children left Daytona last week in a ored, $8.00 would be a close price for with him constantly. ,

the property for a week. class gave their annual recital at her private car for their home in Grand this Ladies'skirt belts Monday, entirely only new$5.49.lot and Mr. R. B. Spratt formerly a resi-

e Col. and Mrs. Huston, of Cocoa residence Wednesday evening May Rapids Mich., after a very pleasant they are certainly beautiful ranging dent of Indian river now living at

J stopped here a' little while Monday 1st, at which her patrons were pres- season spent in the Fountain City. in prices from 39 cents to $1.25. San Cristobal Cuba, is expected to

about 1 o'clock in their White steamer ent when the following programmewas Mrs. Amy A. Monroe accompaniedby Indian Head already shrunk 44 visit in Titusville shortly. In Cuba

I automobile on their way to Daytona rendered: her two stepchildren, Miss Vernie from inches linen wide makes could beautiful hardly be skirtsor told he is raising pineapples some tobacco .

; : x c':; from whence Col., Huston goes Galop.._________ _______u S. 8treabol; Op. 110 and Master Townsend Monroe, left children's dresses, special 19 cents setting out orange trees and rais-
J north on a business trip. They expect Six Helen hands Wilson-Misses Mary Haile, Leona Kline, Wednesday for Mrs. Monroe's former per yard. ing a few vegetables. He expects to

;' t, 5' to remain in Cocoa until sometime Piano solo,----________________Wise Old Owl home in Benton, Fla., where they Mail orders promptly filled on any return to Cuba in about a month.
J Miss M. llaile of the above goods.
-4 t in July this summer. Vocal &ol -Floating,__________Chas. O'Brien expect to spend the months of May JULIUS KLINE Titusville. The Titusville Boat Co., successorsto
}Iiss(iract' Rathbun and June. the Lorillard Boat Co. commenced
: '. Mr. H. E. Hill, of the Florida Marche I>es Raines Athe.ies, 'Phone No. 8. ,
Photographic Concern, of Fort Beethoven an. Strcabog The potato shipments are increas- operations Wednesday the location
1 Six hands-Misses Leona Kline. :Mary Haile,,
For Rent used
formerly by the Lorillard Boat
ing steadily, and now from
Pierce accompanied by his son,pass- Freida Walker twenty-
Piano solo-Petit Srhenundtt.. I Co. The business is in of
ed through here Monday on his way Mis- Leona Kline!! Englemann I five to thirty cars loaded solidly with Rooms or cottage,furnished or un- charge

c to Lakeland, where he had an ap- Vocal solo-Sing Me To Sleep._Edwin Greene I I potatoes daily pass through from the furnished on river front at Titus- Mr. Leon Wilson, an experienced gas
Miss Kate Stewart ville Fla., for terms apply to engine expert who has been with the
pointment for an estimate on workin Piano solo-The Tyrolet___.u_Carl Heiues Hastings region en route to northern MRS. F. M. TAYLOR.
Miss Leah Losiey markets. The special trainis Lorillard Co. since it was startedover
his line. Mr. Hill has had charge
March of the Flower Jirls.
P ul Wach: He will have Mr.
in commission and will be retained Sale of Two Orange Groves a year ago.
of all the view work along the Four hands-MLJM-S L. Lesley, H, Wilson
Vocal solo-Dainty Little Love. until the shipments decrease. Two M. D. Metzger as assistant. We
extension to Key West for Mr. Flag- orange groves in LaGrangehave
Edgar Newcombria4irace wish them in the business.
ler and is in receipt of a personalnote ) Rtthhnn Word was received here Wednesday been sold this week. The purchaser success

<< from Mr. Flagler highly complimentary Piano solo-Valse Miss Helen l'apriceA Wiliim Rnhen-tein of the death of Mrs. J. S. Stewart is Mr. G. E. Swindel of Valdosta '
Work the Extension Arches
: II of the work done. Petite Parade Militaire. n___ KJnioml Miss mother of Mrs. Harry Wilson, Ga., who has become the own- on
Six handsIis. L.
j \\ilaonLeih .
L< sley of this place, and Mrs. A. K.Wilson er of the groves of Chas. W. and Reports from Long key state that

"J' For a pair of trousers go to Bran- Piano solo-A Miv*>>uz Fannii of Hope Budjie_E.WaJ.lin ;ton of Fort Pierce at Newberry, Fla., John A. Carlile which are adjoining. forty-five concrete arches there have

ning's. Now on exhibition the largest Piano solo-Chimes of Love,II. Englt'man on Tuesday. We extend deepest The consideration is $800 to each been completed. The chain of arti-

o assortment of latest cuts $1.50 Miss Grace lUthbun sympathy to the bereaved daughtersand party. ficial stone arches necessary on this
Vocal Sol.I.IY Dlov>onis-----Adam Geiue
to $7.00. I Miss Kate Stewart also to the son of this estimable Closing of the Titusville School I stretch of road will consist of one
Piano solo--Faust. ----T. Levlucl
J Church Notes Miv Mabel R.'ynolds! : woman ho was well known to many Titusville high school finished the hundred and eighty of these immense
The Mystic FlnteOp.316 )Mozart l). King residents of town. I structures and as each one covers a
: ,Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at Six>e Mabel K-yn 'Ids, Fannie our term on Tuesday. Instead of the distance of fifty feet, the total dis-
; City Point Sunday morning at 10:30 Budze.:; Grace Hathbun Mr. B. C. Lloyd and wife and little usual exercises the different depart-I ;
t The class members all acquitted I tance covered will be nearly one and }
-a': o'clock in the evening at Eau Gallie themselves with credit fine son, of Manatee arrived Monday J ments took part in a picnic in the three-quarter miles. This will be
at 7:30. All are welcome. a visit to Mr. Lloyd's brother-in-law park on Main street. Prof. Wine
execution and expression showing I the longest section of concrete rail-
i Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at 1r.Y.. H. Hall and family. Mr. and Miss Teeter left Wednesday for
great care and painstaking on the road bed on the Key West extensionand
Lloyd is looking the state '! their respective homes in Middle
LaGrange at 11 a. m.Sunday. Lord's part of the teacher and pride and over prospecting will be the first construction of
for location for I Florida. Miss Helen Miller left the
a opening a
Also r
supper'after sermon. preach- devotion to their work on the part of !' the kind to be used in this country.
ing at Titusville Baptist church at the pupils. cigar factory having been to severalof same day for Melbourne where she

the largest interior towns is now will spend a month \\ithhersister, Engines For Sale
7:30 m.
p. and I'
Patrons pupils teacher
are taking in the east coast. We hopehe !, Mrs. Peek. Miss Bauskett went to
well pleased in the results of the Two 5 h. p. double cylinder, four
Dress Making Parlors may be favorably impressed withthis : !' St. Augustine Wednesday afternoon.FOR cycle Peninsular motors. New and
Mrs. C. A. Krulder ha opened dregs past section and locate here. i in first class order. Will be sold
4 making parlors in THE STAR building, Mrs. Denham expects to leave nextweek I' SALE CHEAP *OK CASH. verY low. G. F. PADDISON,
ground floor. Trimming hats a SDecialtj for her annual vacation of two FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOE About 83 acres of good high land on Eau Gallie, Fla.
the east or ocean side of the Indian rivera
f GUN REPAIR SHOP months, part of which will be spentat Ladies' black mousquetaire gloves the Narrows, described as follows: Lot
her old home in Augusta, Ga. in lisle taffeta finish. No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section Draying
Send your guns for repairs to Henry I Automatic eye.class holders. 36, in township 31 south range 39 east., Draving or hauling of all kinds promptly
Benecke. All work thoroughly done Call at Titasville Livery, at rear or New line allover embroidery and net. This land is unimproved bat finely lo- attended to. Meets all trains. Stove
Guns loose in the breech tightened equalto Robbins' law office for stylish rigs.I Refrigerator and water coolers. cated. For further particulars addressE. wood for sale at all times.
new also guns stocked and shotguns Leave your orders for hauling, both don Hawkes eye-glasses fitted and old. M. Lew, II. E. HOLTOX
'rebored, etc. H. Benecke, Titnsville, Fla. ble and single. J. 31.O ban, proprietor. Chas.. Gardner 'Phone 34 Brockton, Maes.'aa' Titusulle, Fla.


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Smith, president, and G. F Sorrow, Identity of creed or a single organization -

vice president. but was that of the spirit of
s ,
Navy Uniform Not Immune. brotherhood. It was clear to him that

Judge Sweetland in the superior the church that has nothing to say to '
Senator Borah Indicted. social problems 'has In our day no SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD r
court at Providence, R. I., has decided ,
efforts claim to existence." lie added "We
Although extraordinary ript
that Chief Yeoman Buenzle, who was
t pear-to nave been made to keep from barred from a Newport amusementhall are here to claim the world of politicsas

the public the tact It became known Christ's world cleanse political life
f because he wore the uniform of
i that United States Senator Borah hadbeen the United States of Its self seeking, its practical atheism i Modern P'U.1.1n:1an.: EpuipmentTHE : ;
; navy, can recoverat
otthe law and corruption and change our human
indicted for violation. ,
law only the price of his admission.The .
K governing the acquisition of public society into a kingdom of Go." The attitude I
3' judge holds that proprietors of ,
lands, together with President Barber of Christianity to science should
such places may admit or exclude
of the Barber Lumber company of whom they choose and that the man In be one of sympathy,gratitude and hope JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE

Wisconsin and its manager, L. G. not of fear or of mere tolerance.
naval uniform has no special rights.
Chapman, who was already in jail for NORFOLK VA.
This Is the case In which President ,

;' contempt because he refused ta pro- Roosevelt and naval officers took a I L MISCELLANEOUSJamestown I

duce the company's records. Senator great Interest, subscribing to the legal Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
Borah had been counsel for this com
expenses of the prosecution.TEDUCATIONAL. i
{u pany. Friends of the senator had Show Started.

k eked for delay on account of his con- What we are as a nation today, with
nection with the approaching Moyer- ; our vast industrial
development and For fall information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, orwrite
Haywod trial he being employed as
our political prestige as a world power, to

t special counsel for the prosecution. It A Million to Uplift Negroes. stands out in impressive relief against S. C. BOYL TOS. Jr., Apst. General Passenger Agent
was also reported that the late ex- tbe background of 300 years of Amer-
Hiss Anna T. Jeanes. an aged Quaker JACKSONVILLE, FLA
had been Inter-
Governor Steunenberg of Philadelphia, has ican history, called up by the imagination
ested in these land operations. On the philanthropist by the opening on April 2G of the
given $1XJOOUO, or one-fourth part
the brought suit
20th inst. government Jamestown Tercentennial exposition.: !
of her with few if restrictions -
'i fortune any
; to recover 40000 acres, valued at $1- The president of the United States was
t Booker T. Washington to
': 000,000, which had been patented to to there to review the creates assemblage Mdrine
assist In the education of negro chll-
the lumber company. of warships ever seen in Amer.
dren In the south. The gift was made
Benedict Gimbel' Death. I lean water:, he having:: come from
to Mr Washington In person after
Following hIs arrest at New York for had spent three days In convincing Washington on the :Mayflower with his Engines

alleged assault upon a boy and for at- Miss Jeanes that the pun*>se In view I family and friend, while other boats 1

+ tempted bribery of the police, Benedict was worthy. Tbe understanding was brought congressmen judges, diplomats

t' Gimbel, member of the wealthy firm that the money should be used In and soldiers representing thirty-

'- of Gimbel Bros. of Philadelphia cut establishing agricultural and trade seven nations. A great throng of sightseers ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT. -
f and wrists while in I gathered from all sections of the ;a1 a
his throat staying schools in various sections in which ED FOR SATISFACTORY
I ... a Hoboken hotel under an assumed rudimentary and practical courses of country was aroused at dawn by the ,
., salute of 300 guns and was present to USE IN FLORIDA WATERS _' '
name. He was found and taken to a education should be offered. Entire "

hospital where he seemed to have a ; authority for the disbursement Is vested witness the day's ceremonies. 1

j {'. chance of recovery, but later died. I In Washington and IIollw B. Fn- When the Mayflower sailed Into the Regal Marine ,:
roads: tbe big guns of all tbe ships Engines rd
The members of his who
: family were sell, one of his colleagues. The fatherof
summoned said his mind bad been Miss Jeanes was Isaac Jeanes, who and the heavy land: artillery Joined in Stand for the highest type of .

wrong for several months. amassed a fortune In the dry goods one thunderous boom of welcome to mechanical still and reliability 1F a
the nation's chief. Tbe president's vessel They are four cycle, jump .,, r
Arrest In Marvin Case. bl1 inpss. ; f
Boy first passed along the front line of spark ignition automobile type v"i, t' ,II
Frank II. Butler, formerly a farm Catholic Chapel at Cornell.In foreign; warships each saluting with mechanical valves float feed ;% ,, i g I
hand Dr. Horace Marvin carburetor. enclosed crank case, +
employed by
the absence of official contradiction twenty-one guns and then along tbe steam forged crank !shaft and J -
t; near Dover, Del, whose son, Horace the report Is credited that an five mile column of white painted bronzed beanng-5 Have the ''. '' '

1 Marvin Jr., disappeared on March 2 agreement has been entered Into be- American sea fighters of which there fewest camber working parts .,

: without ever having been found up tween Cornell university and the Roman were thirty ht present President consistent with a perfect operating
motor and
1 to this time, was arrested on board the Catholic bishop of Rochester, MeQuald Tucker and other officials of tbe exposition exclusive features many found other only in the Regal

river steamer where he worked as a by virtue of which Catholic received President!" Roosevelt; nnd -

t' deck hand. lie was arraigned on tbe students at Cornell who wish to,study party and conducted them to tbe inaiurnnl THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DOlT.

charge of having murdered the Marvin mediaeval history, psychology" and stand near the auditorium the Made io three types I!. 3 and 5 H. P. single cylinder; S to 15 II.
boy, but he stoutly maintained his philosophy may do *o under Catholic president's appearance; causing; pro- P. double fylindt'r.3Q H. P. four cylinder

innocence throughout his examination. resident professors and receive the Jonsred cheering among the multitude We also manufacture a line of heavy, slow speed working engines
Tbe detectives acted upon tbe theory same academic credit as though they After the iH-ecbmnking the presidentpre.ced from 6II. P. single cylinder to 45 H. P. four cylinder

; that the wagon Butler was driving ran took work under the regular; Cornell a gd.l button which formally The many hundreds of Regal mjriEes now in .
operation throoeh-
over the boy and accidentally killed departments. Former President An- set the wheels of the exposition: in oprntion ant be country are a guarantee ofth..satisfaction they are giving

him and that fearing he would be drew D. White gave out n statement I and at the same moment the

held responsible he put the ody intoa !"ayins that he favored the purpose o' ships and the forts joined in firing a Get t a Regal in the Beginning Don't Experimentliandwme t

sack drove off with it and buried It. Bishop McQuald to establish a CathoHc salute to the Union, after which all explanatory

A companion of Butler's told of one chapel, resident hall and lecture the band:' plated "The Star Spangled I catalogue mailed free on request

: pack In the load lielng heavier than rooms at Cornelllie says that for "Banner" and the troops saluted the Regal Gasoline Engine Co.

the others and that tbl disappeared been favor of
fifty years he has in t1.\;:.
b during a trip through tbe wood<. Later e!=ta!>li-hlnj sectarian and denommational -I The exposition i:> far from ready for Cold Water, Michigan

Butler was discharge. schools in the nciihborhood of i: inspection. however and cannot be In

Big Trust Company Looted. large universities', so that students !i full operation before May 13
..'t a bnvuler in"iht and a wider ..
I Shortly after Loin ClerkV.. O.
vision I into tbe treat studies In thepart : Cold
Douglass of the Trust Company of 1| It is Dangerous to Neglect a
h? things! the pro::re-s of ('Ilnea-
America at New York had left the offices How often dne hear it remarked:
tion has been retarded the clannish .
w April :0 It was discovered that a by "It's only a old! ," and a few days liter THE SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO

number of railroad lends: held by the iess of ome sectarian: institutions' learn that the man i-on his back with

company as collateral were iris-m' ,. and regards; McQuaid's move as a 1 1step pneumonia. Tin i.. of such con'mon oviiirrentv -
Immediate]1- forward lie points out that! such that a coM! however ii.rht: THE FARRAND-CECILIAN PIANO

President' Oakkt.Thf1Je n jx>lifv has l'oen followed in Europe !i -hould not !be di-renriM. Chamber-

with ..matucfe, : I:ur'< Gin:h 1t> n>nntetict antendency \ THE CECILIAN PLAYER
IIrani: j jVorrcn PIANO
of a cuM to rtMiIt In pnenmonia
School Teachers Win. !I Iftr
otl the emploY!I I
and has ;gained itereat populantv -
mt. l. ,.. + _\ the bill 'd.'ir; equal i ,
I > a < Me tm i pv pay and (extensive! sale! by prompt! cores
staff ti> };:iara ere for pinilror!; n't'ort! rosrinl to cx: of this most oinmon ailm.t. It aiwa *- ra..... t- on = '-
:4 \'::; ) ,erv r i'-<,:":J exit, I in tte New Y"-k city se'htlba.1 umandiplei.uit to take For ,ale! '... "-' =:: -

: I from th" < itv. hot pasted th? senate and was in dancer J In' all tlny.rm-; i and medicine dt-altr .. ..... III I ... 1 .. -'tf"

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ride' t'nplnyln;: i of li"ne p'pou''oiptl' in an :-emMy u I I
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.1 h prorateeietet ."- con atut'O tin woicn t'nebor-t loM>y I I For Over Sixty Years r l! ;: : 1
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ti.ex. Wit bintentyfnur hy streanoas efforts sit it 1'Contl1 Mrs Wip lons' :Nxnlnrg; v rup ha- J \\1 T -- .- '",' .
,ri.: anblv.. and it was pie'l by a vote II been: used for over sixty years by millions ::3J :ij ?'
S lionpj l>o"::lis* of 10": h 1". ;lie bal now tries lx>- j of mother f.'r their hildreti while teething !: t ,' ,I"J f
::4 naa 1'icnted.Tvit'a for Mayor >re :..i1m. I! ; with pertutuoe ?. It oothrMhe ''" $It-_ .., t"--. o'- '. J::

his \\ ifo. under I I child" softens! thegnma'lavs; ail j'am. : .t't -- -- .. -- --. = ..=.. &.
: _' : wind Ct.,1it-.311.1. 1 \* the beet rrme'iy ---- --- r -a ,
assayed! mi".'>. If 1 1 cure : _
''I '. ]! R ivMrs. 0 u51 I i! for diarrhoea It will rtlit'ndw poor :. \ a';' ,
..? in a hotel and lfittlesntTrri-r 1 inmlt'\liat'I\ toldby dnuI t, .. __ .__ :- ;.. -""
t arrested Ile'! Twenty I !:m --'" =:-- :,....._ ...-". .::-. . ,- ..
W. O. INuga. made a partial ;i Eddy In Peace Plan. |i I ::its in every part of the world : = :
i I five rent.1 Imttie I> I'UlP and a"k for -: : .
('onf'!'::ion. tnentloninccrTam bnAers; 1 I It I Mrs:. ti i..z:: Bi:.\>r <7. Edlv has ac- !' ")Ir-. Win"low"" :SKtliina: \rnp"and (. < : .-:; r ; ,

with whom he ha.l place -e.':ritk !|:,I t". ltc.1 t'!.e ii'\itiJK of IK,' :New York !il"e 10 otlr k'wI.cl1trauh..1 i l under ; < :
and in. n short time the C-OTIUIIJ was ,: Christian :icitM to represent themas the food awl l hn-: ut, June ;;M\\\ TO*. I ,. II: ..... ,. .' I I

aMt to reclaim: many of the miin:: :I a fo-jditear jf the .\,:-oi;at ion of :serial! runiti i r PC'-< -i'tJ :;i : .
: .
papers at a url'iie *>f SH .fiCO paid to International "oM.l'ation proiuottd hy t
those who had received them innocvatly. the Irene*i delegate; tt> the [>eaee <"ongress. JUST N1L; i !I : :

later Oliver M(. Dennett Will p.nron llstournellos d.> < '0:1- '
OWE --' ) '
; .
street broker was arrested on the slant T

charge of ha\ in? received a part of tLe ;. Dr. AkecTs First: Sermon. WORD that word I ist"' fr.I.: ".,..' I. !I ill ,.. ... ','JiII :

vtolon !bonda v<'iiie of them had ,- -" t' '' .. ,
That he h:iomo; tomorui to con t \ '-
Ir found tinder the mattress of his .. I J.I l.r. I \ Lk i
-een ,
.illt"t a 'nini>trj of nvrnM.iliat.onVTS I : I ;ltl It "/.. '
1 lieil at .1 hotel It carte out tl:it I IOU,- 2'i : \ "
tie !s-ik!ns feature of the tir-t sermon :4'j '
-- or
it rcfers to Dr. Tutt'i '_- HS:;: r... /}.,, : ;; i
lass, cnaett: & Kcarilon was tht' name ,.f the 1 Uev P. Akiil in the i --- .-.,-..... _.\- A t
: of a supposed r -pnrtnerhiphich : F:8.ivonup P.iptut chti'-t.h. New J- }f. =&A sO hiL:: *f.:;;"r--J.2! :, =" -

had been doto-itm4, :securities in larse Yf4k -
: \ -
e ity last Miudav.: The elderU'xkefclltr ArejoJcrr tir1; it.JTro'Jcd :- ;
amounts with Irokers to coyer margins : ., ._ : ?
was not present but John with i.- .. "'l tn
on sttW"k peculations: It Is Intimated ''D. Ko.:kcfelhr. Jr. an.lifl' were Sid teadzche! ?
y. ; 1 irtige? A line that meets all
that the looting of the trust there. The preacher startled his Bilious; ? demands

company had icon going on for a longtime wealthy hearers by a-kmz; tin pointed Insomnia' both as to quality and price

and that the looses will run much nuestioD"Can }QU re higher than the figure officially ac- with God'V ."- yesterday'sdeal In :tate: irattion cf the L\\ER.YOu. .

know ledsed. in harmony with IIi i ideillll Iccc1. Selling Price from $450 to $850Full

Chicago Bankers Sentenced. your books stand a headeraulit'!

OfficliN of the Rink of America Will yon reconcile your business! meth particulars sent on application

which had a brief existence: at Chicago Owith God' A ministry which does Tilt VPIiiSTake -- --

in lilts\ have been found guilty of fraud not force these 'questions home I Is sawdust .

and check kiting, and a sentence of and tbaff" Then Dr. Xked went

$1/XX fine' and two years' Imprisonment reconcile' No Substitute. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE T1TUSVILLE

,I H imposed on Judge _Abner- iatiou was not uniformity of worship! i ,



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given notice that It would suspend because I

it found that every passenger

was carried at a loss. Police prevent

: ed the workmen from tearing down the Nerve.

wires and removing trucks.INDUSTRIAL. ,
j. :

I I Sick ) ,

If weak worn-out
Coal Line: to New England.The ,

Delaware and Eastern railroad nervous, cannot sleep; .... :,

arcs has arranged an extension to connect have indigestion head-
with a branch of the Boston and Maineat : .
'T 6- dyi r :iSTrri a ache neuralgia or periodic -
( Schenectady and thus compete with ,

a t' r" e the Ontario and Western In the delivery pains, it is because

c7: of Pennsylvania hard coal to
1e rrp. your nerves are weak. It
points in New "England and also with

? tL Ohio Patronage For Taft. Peace In Central America.The the Delaware and Hudson. is the lack of nerve force'

I POLITICAL I With the at that that makes the stomach
report WashIngton state department at Washingtonhas Strike of Ships' Officer ,

+ a the appointment of an internal revenue been informed of the successful The American Association of Masters heart lungs etc: work ''

; Roosevelt Defies Critics.4x' collector at Toledo was to be placedat conclusion of peace negotiations be- Mates and Pilots has declared a ,become, sick.

a the disposal of Taft and Burton tween the recently warring Central general strike of the first, second and imperfectly
With the of fur
object forestalling
this was regarded as due notice that American republics. A provisional government third officers on all coastwise vessels Dr. Allies' ervine cures '
ther Interrogation by representatives
.T: Senators Foraker and Dick might ex- of Honduras has been an- sailing from New York to the sick when
of labor unions and other bodies connected go Into ef it restores
: pect no further recognition from the nounced to administer the affairs of fect May 1, to enforce their demandsfor
1 with the defense
Vin Moyer-IIaywood administration. Secretary Taft upon the country pending a presidential and an advance ia wages to $100, ?80 nerve strength, and puts
President Roosevelt
movement his return from the West Indies refused congressional election, which will prob- and $GO respectively. This strike took the power behind the organs -
made public letter which he had
a to have anything to say about ablly be held in about sixty'days. the form of Individual
resignations as to do their work.
: written In defense of his course In
r speaking of Messrs. and this or any other political subject. Millions For German Forts. the law requires them to give notice of
Debs Moyer %
"Almost! three I suffered from
Administration Aid Hughe The war budget In the German intention to quit work. Later the year.
TJaywood along with E. II. Harriman nervousness Indigestion, and palpita-
r ''the capitalist as "undesirable citizens" The authoritative announcement has reichstag Includes 1,230,000 for the rebuilding strike was called off In the case of the tion of the heart. I could not eat or
sleep with comfort, or walk talk
this reference having occurred in his been made at the White House that of fortresses and the minister Brunswick and Bull lines whIch without suffering. Altogether or I was

2f recently published letter to Congressman the president desires to use all his Influence of war announces his purpose to rearm agreed to pay the desired wages in a bad condition. My doctor did not
do .
seem to me goodI had tried
Sherman in the Harriman contro- to strengthen the administration the field artillery the foot artillery Big Canadian Coal Strike. :so many remedies any that I did not have "

t versy. The president's letter of defense of Governor Hughes in New York, and the Infantry as rapidly as pos More than l .OOO coal miners were much hope of any of them doing me
good Dr. Miles' Nervine
any was
was In answer to a protest from especially in forcing through reform sible. concerned In the strike throughout Al suggested by a friend. I got relief ; : y

the Cook county Moyer-IIaywood conference legislation at Albany. Following a Truth of Russian Prison Horrors. berta and British Columbia, and all from the first, and after a few days v-
I felt like
a new person. It not only
of which call on the president, Henry W. Taft, The committee Rus- railroad operations relieved
of Chicago a copy appointed by i-e were greatly Impeded my heart and nerves but e
e3 bad been forwarded by its chairman brother of the secretary of war, made sian douma to investigate the alleged for lack of fueL A conference has invigorated my whole system. I
am very grateful because since I have
: Honore Jaxon. this fact clear, and the inference torturing of political prisoners at Riga of the labor leaders and mine owners stopped using it. I have had absolutely il

Y The president says that he agrees drawn was that out of the party har- and other prisons submitted Its'report. was in progress In the presence of government no return of old HOWARD trouble."FORD.

with the protesting body that It Is im- mony In New York a delegation for This confirms officially the worst stories officials. The unions are apart 60 Summit Ave, Worcester Mass.

proper to try to influence the course Taft would be chosen. Some of the that have been told and its state of the United Mine Workers of Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your

of justice and on this account he regrets friends. of Hughes now say however ments are admitted to be true by the America. first druggist bottle who will will benefit.guarantee If it that fails,the he

r- the action of such organizations that the governor is making no politi- blisters of the interior and justice.At will refund your money.

in announcing in advance that the ver- cal alliances with any one which would Riga a committee was created to direct Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
take him out of the for SCIENTIFICMacdougall's I
"r dict of the Moyer-Haywood trial shall running the tortures and the governor put t

e be an acquittal He thinks, however I i presidential nomination. many prisoners who were merely. su.' .. .

that It Is absurd to suppose that because i I Oklahoma Constitution Signed. pests to death without trial. Among Soul Substance.In .

g z't a man Is on trial for a given offense I I President Murray of the Oklahoma the tortures practiced were such as the American Medicine Dr. Dun- The MnstValuabk Set of J cAt and Soci

; he Is therefore "to be free from constitutional convention signed the tearing out the finger nails and toenails can Macdougall of Haverhill Mass, Building Books ever Puhlnhtd.

aU criticism upon his general conduct new fundamental law at GuthrIe April and hair thrashing with India makes a signed statement concerninghis RUDDERHOWTO

t p and manner of life." He adds that it 19. thus closing the work of the con- rubber sticks and then rubbing salt in so called soul weighing experiments -

;' is as foolish to say that his remark was vention. Most of the Republicans re the wounds. An eIht-yt>ar-old child' which were recently featured BOOKS f

designed to influence the suits brought based to sign the document, having was flogged to death because he could In the daily papers. lIe says that if Over 3000 trots lace been built from the fines 1

t I against Harriman. He points out that voted against it on the final ballot. not tell the whereabouts of his father. personal continuity after bodily deathIs every printed clime in these and tooks-Successfuav upon every sea--Full sailed detail tn

"he neither expressed nor Indicatedany Unions Reply to Roosevelt. Women were insulted and outraged a fact, the psychic functions continuing drawing! Mall pans showing what it is *iu<
to whether Messrs. most inhumanly. The official publica- without the how to make itT ut extremely simple
opinion as Labor unions throughout the country presence of brain and
tion of these facts has caused a new HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR tel
Moyer and Haywood were guilty which have joined in the Moyer.Hay body then such personality exists as
KfontirownlbiMtLiir'-.mrtataU franmill t
the murder of Governor Steunenberg," wood defense movement have promptly wave of popular indignation and resentment a space occupying body for to his nrwp, gouu sae rag -t for a....j to kara lot bniinim ra a.*

' ? but explains that, whatever the outcome replied to President Roosevelt's let- against the government tosweep mind !U is unthinkable that personalityor HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK t
the A fine host for ./..- -. M.I' knorkmr shoat fa
nr w
over country. I
of the trial on the one hand or consciousness continuing personal ....
ter of justification addressed to the onal *iirr isibrswe. vb-n-erbaiHuo/p<>reng 1
4 the suits on the other nothing could Cook county conference. In many identity should exist and not occupy ; fall|**n*.uJ pi
affect his judgment as to the undeslra- space lie argues that It is impossible HOW TO BUILD A PACING SLOOP
the unions have
t places held Indignation I COMMERCIALPeabody I Vort smrtrm hi rank mxjimv rrr ittaTtfi, pritrmafT .
bully of the type of citizenship of all meetings and issued, statements to represent In thought that whichis,A.*and Antnlu. cujr to build| taftowiaw t

those whom he mentions. He regards their not space occupying as that wouldbe .
expressing displeasure A planIs HOW TO CUILO A MOTOR LAUNCH
I # Debs Moyer and Haywood as representatives on foot in the west to appoint a day Again Heads Mutual. equivalent to thinking "that nothinghad Simple mixl rrrtic.L showing liow tocoMtroct........ M q
bas tur.x s ilk au,aa.tar. *.reral.tber......
of those "who have done for suspension of work In various The first result of the victory for the become or was something; that
as much to discredit the labor movement called "administration ticket" in the emptiness had personality that TO A KNOCKABOUTA
cities so as to make a concerted demonstratIon so ; space fine .:a.r-inj rr.i.ia fco.t. good cahia; ...1Iec
L as the worst speculative financiers and protect against the recent election of itself was more than space, all of ..ble I.H UA' .*.....t.rj.

or most unscrupulous employers words of the also *i trustees for the which are contradictions and absurd." HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP
president to gather
; Hrrrr hale ail.BJ boat,with moderate onrhaiig aai
t of labor and debauchers of legislatures funds for a stronger defense of the \ Mutual Life In- The question raised by his experiments mull klllbL

have done to discredit honest accused miners. The New York surance company in the weighing of bodies of men and HOW TO DUILD A FLATTI OR SHARPIE
conference -
: F..,to"'*:Lt;WTHhmirttnufrM:fast the e.nfoe a bog
capitalists and fair dealing business was seen animals immediately before and after ... ..
!in their statement say that the lob>gwiu>;cam .1.-t :r/cheaply" ,eitix-riloop or cat na
1 men." The president concludes by president "adds insult to an injury already ',-sate 1' when the new death was whether a space occupying HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHTA

: saying that he too. wants a square done. The committee appointed board met and substance of the continuing soul entity jf slid rompMe aced IB drwTiirfmn tail tf uodrbPRICE bow. to build a.model;ago ha.

'> deal for Moyer and Haywood. and that to go to Washington decided that It t reelected C. A. has weight. He had rejected the the- t

if he will uphold justice whether the man : would be useless to make the trip. 1j? I'eabody president ory that soul substance could consistof $1. EACH

t' Iff accused has behind him corporate i and EmoryMcClmtock << ether, because one of the first attributes PREPAID BT EXPRESS ANYWNERC'

: wealth or the most influential labor or- 1 ,:1 first of personal identity is the quality Bound m cloth CoM le mr -Size of pagi.

I ganizations.Debs I FOREIGN I Ir I.' ,' "te vice president. of separateness, for ether is continuous 9 by 11 cje.ry-drawn! plans.

f Anathematizes Roosevelt. .\.,-\ '"<: President Pea and to be conceived of as existing in THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

1 r Troops Overawe Strikers. \ body announced separate masses This drove him back a MUBBA- STREET New YORK U. S. A
The last Issue the Socialist =
9f paper to the that if the soul had
the assumption .
the Appeal to Reason devotes Its efl-1 J The strike !situation m, Paris grew standing S .iJ fojtal far Catalogue cf Books for i
f r; committees flistence Its substance must be "a 'Dchts"alf'! Lihrae;. 4i
J ,
more acute, many of the hotel 1 walters '<
tire front page to a frenzied attack
which include form of gravitative matter or perhapsa -- ,
upon "Roosevelt and lilt Regime," by having Joined the ranks of the strikin /
I j p -' some' names of middle form of substance neither :
bakers and other food ; ,
Eugene V. Debs who besides havinghis producing
matter ether .
men prominent gravitative nor nor capable 3Y
linked with those of the : workult'u..hiI no serious disturbances
name accused Charles A. t'eabody _
,? the anti-ad. of being weichoil and yf t not identical -
mIners' officials by the presidentas : lird oeYurrel. it was found necessary '
ministration fight. wh with ether"After !
I 1 I a* HircmIxitham -
"undesirable citi/ens" has been him to uae the troop:( to disperse tbe
l Tracy and Gray. Jurist Gray renewing the six cases of the
self active in the Moyer-Haywood defense i j I mobs which gathered from tim.t ERRYSSeeds
however, wrote that he could not sern" scales lest on human beings at death -
work Debs calls the president a ., time .
New Haven's Paris Loan. Dr. :11tt..lot1:1Il: says that .tb" net result
.. hypocrite and says he disgraced his ,: Foreign Support Saves Douma. of the experiments conducted on
high office when he "stepped out of the I'! Reports from :$t. Petersburg" indicate The New York. NewHaven and 'j i human liomirs is that a loss of sub-

White House and called Moyer Hay- :J! that the united action of the court andi Hartford RiHroul company announced I' efaru-e is-rurse nt death not accounted
that it had succeeded I I their worth at harvest
in negotiating n prove
wood and Pettibone murderers" i I go\eminentoul l have :1u'o.l the dis for IIkwn thanwls) of lo-e:' lie 1
loan of 14-VMHM: francs or atomt | time. After over fifty}ears of
]i solution of the doam this but for
ere j infers tint if this substance is noun
One Rhode Island Senator. j $J onoOfir). at Paris I'art of which! success,'hey are pronounced
i! the support afforded by foreign mflu ttrpTt of the phv,.u-il body. Ins the
the best and
. The general assembly' of Rhode Island hid already! been paul Tills money i' | surest by
eaves, which ::;truugl Ireprooate such bulk the dUt'n-!
same or w< up e> same
planters everywhere.our
has adjourned after a final fruitless : for impron>ments. Tins Is In line with I
: i a reactionary mon'ment. 1'ititionaud hl1" in .. ':1-e. then it is a \erv much t dealer sells them. 1S07 Seed
effort to elect a United States senator the policy of the Pennsylvania rail- '
t appeals from provincial authorities, | lighter u'Marce than the :atm.s;>here. 5-adadal free on request
," to sucveed Tetmore. r' nd which! is now using the p"f'CIItIr i
t being itouretl m on the czar to prevent vlwh weighs about oiu and 011--fourth v]1.r-nnv A<'o,Detroit,)II....
n large French loin I
, Watterson.Seea New Party. j i the donma from continuing its examination OHL"!'> IHT i ibH' foot 'I1 's. if tme

: Upon his arrival at New York from of the internal administration. Paying Up Walsh Debts. i I Tvosd a 'tp: lly ind.ite: that tin -oul) 50 YEARS'

Kuroi Editor attervm of the Louisville !I sIn! the course o( WhiCh they have uiicoverwl .\ syndir! at" of Chuin. St LOTH-. .I I ot!: TionM attmll.i asr-end In or'i:: 'ri EXPERIENCE .

Courier-Journal saul he thoughtthe :i main **; atn .itlt'S. As and New York capitalists n stnl to : ;mo->:>Ii,TO. I>>r.Micdotiz.ll.i'i."'- t'!:iI !

: time was ripe for: the establishment :: etweei these provincial governors hue u'iscr.lK; ::2l n.04M'.IIOIl to finance I the -il>s!'nee ur a wei;:hil 1' tn.i11, i'

of a new party lie finds his..:. and the revolutionary donna it is l e- th' completion! of the! .1i,3ollth, ; in? the b:>,lr. at te' ''ih! so'M I.1 ; ,. qrt. 1l

party now .split into three factions in Meted that tae ..
the north and thinks it may l>e that side with the forl. \t>r. as t.> couoct with the ('hh(ago tf'rI!| for fie reason' that .It vwe <>....i!.>\ mItxxlr /

the ellssonnnt I, Chinese Envoy Reca'Ied.! niii! track awl thus assume the dents I or suMnrmicht <*.: ,t l1.t ca TRADE MARKS

'. ',.' elements of our i': AVa.hinzto confirms the dispatchesfrori of Jolin IL \\aNli to the fbwarri dl'tr1! p"t hj V of :
,[lM": present: I>enioc- PiLui. to the effect that the Chi !viz; hnse. th' putt ng "aMi on his Work Delay-so Anyone*ending< nketrh and deseTtMI >n&c.may
.r ... J. feet asa.n. Hill irtereM are brfil'il 53:. ]sir| a**Ttairi ear o, inutfi free. ne:,I T *n
.' the the rnih'litl' > '
; ',, racy are nes minister to sir The .ilnu !Ii-'
cl ", .a. ',-t' .; .:, un'rawut tare -o euvente.ocspi> *U, p ttentat.le. C.tnmumea.
:; :
,,.. ", :< .,.;. J;' 4 M. elawn'ng of a Chcutuncr I.ianr ('h'n:. is to return to ths: de-il. into which! ? \VaKh put his in the tl'iriNT: that It wnill;c u"n!!trtctly.."nlld"'ltiaL Handbook im Patents
." t' 'jO>.i'o.;;"'"" .'\: "1'1 .," newparty :: l't kil:, \\hire he will probably assume personal fortune of CT.lKX.x( )). !iMeasunr0 to itself! the -Mitirp 'Initiative(';;JrcI 'l': scat free., oldest taken suzrnrj through for Mcnn,eeunnrpatent.Patent te' o. receive!*.

ftx '. H'x' .I.t based on og. ;,: the office of president of the board of Railrod Wat, r.'I1 the proi ..MiIcnvatioa- at tin W"i"11 tptrva. notice, without charge, m i

..,>.: ), *'.' / cialist theo- .:, for*'1;''11 affairs aad controller general ,,' Sum ; rg ro uittoe has reported I city of Ilrri-ulaiienri, thus ein'inj; Scientific Jlmerican.

.. :f:'s 1"8" it. of ai.intnui.iistoai >. Liaur Tun Yen to the Mm iota, sPuate that railway : all fort i irn aid; lIf a financial nature A handsomely! flln *r-it'*l weekly, I-awst clr-

-Jol \. stands at llresJj a graduate of 1":11loIll'. is mentioned property in that state has a real Tins melD that the wurk"ill \p lel Pnlaint"f: an".-.ttu.fl.iww 'tfl SoiJ' l' .11 newed.alera.riuui 1'"rmtt, (3Tonrn : ..

} 1' cut the Demo- : a'> his probiMt m-ctissor rt Wash value of ?:.T.: .(KliJOiN 01 :l J
1l '1't: ii craN can win ,I lne iM. a mile v But th'> property !, capital <>a, as it I I.. known that Italy lad;- Na: 'b iOCS -'. i 1 >. ". W""l.mztun. D_C.

; :1t nest time "onlyI Spanish Government Wins. l7.t"Il at $Kje).0HHiKt. ,,r an average of ; the fund to carryon tilt work ns It I -

I W. case thTeIi In the re.i':it p.\Ui..h j elections: for >."J)..iOO a m:le. The i!et eirn.nlast; was proposed to do l;v lnlih; wi"D- Ktal COUCH t
cholera In Cu : members of tin new cortethe jroemment year on the committee's valuation av- lists by the all of English tnpital

Henry, yellow fever -; party obtained n large; majority iT!gwl IS i'er cent. In making Its i A-.O CURE THE LUNGS t t1tiIT3

in tbe Phil The Republicans however won a uuai e"tir"ate the: committee" consit1'rt the Sore Nipples _

il'pme>. corn goes down to thirty cent her of seatuotablj' \aiemia. where ong:nal 'Ot of l'Oustru..tion cost orI i I .\ cure may be effected b\ applying IJrli

sad wheat to forty, or should the Republitan net a single monarchist was succcs>ial. equipment aud all iniproveiBents expene i CtumWrlatii'e Salve a'
party split under Roosevelt ;' It is estimated that the final constitution of oj 'rating under existing w done) nur!!insr. Wipe it oil with a /o4'ft

as the Democrats did under Cleveland. I of the chamber of deputies will rates. etc f cloth Wfore allowing the child to nur=-. Discovery

, He adds that Bryan does not regard 'be approximately 275 Conservatives. Three Cent Cars Stop Running. Many trained' nur-e use' thi- salve with
" the best rf'1J ts. Price cents box
candidate or he would be Gr Liberals 5_ Republicans and Cata- o per ONSUMPTION Price
himself as
The Cleveland Electric! .
Railway company SId by all drug !ts and medicine dealer -
, more circumspect.: Warterson charges Ionian Regionalists, 13 Carlists and has suspended operation of its -, FOR ;OUGHS and SOc & $1.00

Bryan with having driven the Democracy 10 Clericals and Independents. A strik- Central and Quincy avenue lines, | OLDS Free Trial.
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out of every northern state. ing number of young men are among C.a..STOnX.A..
where the fares
were fixed at 3 cents. Guaranteed for all THROAT and
at hh word that h. Bean tie Kiti Yon Naa 3JSBrguature Bay
Roosevelt he the Conservatives elected The result
after the courts decided that the franchises LUNG TROUBLES, or MOIJEY
will not accept a third term under any I I of the election gives Premier Maura : had:.<<: expired Tbe company had Y#., .-#.

circumstances. tense porter. d .

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Entered at the poatoffiee at Titnirflle asec Harsh Language Between Hulley Land.
a < nd-c lau mail matter. Ab Words, That Has Hade Pe-ru-na Famous Throughout the
p and Tallahassee
e F? Jennings at -i *rr>
Sufi 8.Wager, editor sad P bli h.r..PUBLISHED The mica and the matron alike praise Fernna. Girls I f
r Lincoln Hulley, president of Stetson -
and women have all discovered the value of Pernna.'
f_, EVERY FRIDAY HORNING university, and former Governor The :Hiu and Mrs. have be1111l, each in her own dT.:9.I .

Jennings, one of.the trustees of the peculiar way,and have found relief by taking Peruna. y+

TIm It mast STA be nor clearly ito editor understood is responsible that neither for same institution, had an altercationin Pair girls and beautiful women, frail daughters and .

f ?t pinions expressed by correspondent the lobby of the Leon hotel, in ailing mothers everywhere have taken Pernua and
know its value in the relief of ailments peculiar to
Tallahassee, Thursday night of last
g Owing competition of freight their sex., From the grandmother to th@girl babe the
week. The encounter
was broughton
enUer under obligations to Peruna.
; sex are numerous
trolley cars, the Pennsylvania railroad by discussion relative to the
All this being true and the woman does not hesitateto
:1;&; .has agreed carry milk 300 test that is being made before the tell it,her words win the confidence of other women,

t, miles to Philadelphia instead of 60, legislature for an amendment of the and thus the fame of Peruna spreads from householdto

the former limit. It seems to be a Stetson charter providing for a boardof household, until millions of homes acknowledge ,.
Peruna aa their favorite and reliable family medicine. ;; ,:
: case where the trolley cars "milk" trustees that is not self-perpetu- I :-
I Pernna good for many minor ills. It can be relied
: .; the railroad. ating as the present one. I upon to mitigate the many disagreeable effects of colds .' $4fILjJ
Mr. Jennings was addressing some I and irregularities so common among women. All the If ..

friends concerning the proceedingsof ailments of a catarrhal nature belong within the ft.:
County division seems to be on the J >
the late Baptist state conventionat scope of Peruna's remedial action. :
ascendency in the state legislature,
Live Oak in relation to the char- i1f
4 for the measure creating the newt f ., Peruna cured
ter amendment. He made the state- \vYS r, rrYp}xfy ?;{Y,7.{ 4lAf y:{}iY?{rW! > .

4 county of Pinellas, on the gulf coast, ment that unanimous action had 'El .:!.. : short time.vs. .

kt advanced to third reading in the .
was been taken on the question to amend, ;try :

house on Wednesday. If this bill when' President Hulley approachedfrom

% goes through the house it is more the rear and branded the statement

i than likely that the new counties of as untrue. The lie was passed

r Atlantic and Palm Beach,on the east and the two men came at each other.

=7= coast, will meet with success. Representative Steve Melton, of Du-

val, sprang between them and it is

We return many thanks to the alleged that Melton struck Hulley,
but the latter bore
no marks of the
i 4' brethren of the state press for their
encounter."I 1
very kind remarks and good wishes : Mrs. Sophia Caldwell, 1122 McGavock
.i xT have nothing to say concerningthis street,Nashville,Tenn.,writes:
4 extended to THE STAR upon its entering "
t yr affair, said President Hulley, SirS :.yr I
G Y.. ItLl "After doctoring for a year and findingno
the 28th year of publication. {
i "and would that I
prefer no publicitybe relief from leucorrhea resulting from
fi Really that does seem a good longtime I given it. The matter is settled so > b !: prolapsus uteri, and which was sapping
editor hold the fort' ; life forces I finally tried Peruna
for an to far as I am concerned and I don'tthink r. ::;}:; ;::;:vk R r r.10l.'SLr l+ my away
r and when I found that it was helping me !
Pernna has
in one sanctum sanctorum, but the there is any trouble coming! '
t$h f made me a well every day it seemed almost too good to be S
fact nevertheless remains that the from the other side." r and happy girl. true.

newspaper business has never lost Ex-Governor Jennings said:'There r1fS6il } kvyY' ?{ {,CFY "But,it not only helped me, it cured me

its charm to us, and we expect it is nothing to be said. Hulley as- +l} rNENOREN and in a very short time. I am now enJoy- ""
ing the best of health. I am strong and
.4 saulted me like the bully he is, andI '
will be a life occupation with us. free from pain,and I certainly feel that all
resented it. That's all there is to
it." p > r ''x' praise and honor are due to Peruna" .

The idea of amending the jury
After the difficulty that night ...._...._. ,. 1.
ommena n so 1116111}' A* will soon DO
; laws that it will not unanimity
so require I
there was a lengthy hearing of the I two years since I found relief from the
Miss Annie Hendren,Rocklyn,Wash.,writes:
;4 to reach a verdict is again be- judiciary committee the charter pain and not a sign of it has returned..
on "1 feel better than I have for over four years. I have taken several bot- \
ing advocated. It would probably subject in which several speakerswere tles of Peruna and one bottle of Manalin. lam now do all of my/workin I am glad that there is a way in whichI

$' be a good idea to authorize verdict heard. Dr. Hulley was heardin the house,milk the cows, take care of the milk,and so forth. can speak of this,as many a su1ferer-
t'' "I think Fera&ft is the most wonderful medicine. I believe I would be in may read my testimonial,and not only -
by two-thirds of a jury. That would his own defense, or in the defenseof bed today I had not written to you for advice. I had taken all kinds of read,but believe"Mrs.Wm.Hender J;

at least burden the professional jury sixteen trustees out of twenty- medicine,but none did me any good. Pernna has made me a well and happy son,Craik,N.W.T.,Can.

fixer by requiring him to get five four, as he claimed, and former Sen- girl. /eta never nay too much for Peruna." "I feel it my duty to write and tell \
of the good Peruna has done me. I _
tJ you
men instead of one or two, and ator Carson, Hon. N. P. Bryan and "I suffered with female troubles for six pounds. If it had not been for your was subject to female weakness. For-

would to that extent promote justice Rev. W. A. Hobson, pastor of the thirteen years, and tried the best doctors great and wonderful medicine I would six yean suffered more or less. We ..
First Baptist Church of Jacksonville, in Louisville,Ky.,without relief. I now be in mygrave. I would advise all consulted various doctors,who gave me
and discourage litigation. Every thousands of dollars at the sufferers It. I would suffered .
heard for the spent women to try not relief,but no cure. I have a :
little helps. were Baptist state con- Springs. The doctors desired that I havean be without it for the world.-Anna great deal,and my husband bad very i.
r 4' vention as against the trustees of operation performed to remove my Munden,Hollygrove, Ark. large bills to pay.

w. Stetson university. ovaries,which I would not consent to. "I was troubled with very serious "In my despair I decided to try

A rather novel reason why Mr. Denominational feeling is running I saw an advertisement of your Peruna pelvic weakness, which exhausted me Peruna, and the first bottle taken according -
and bought one bottle,and before I had so that I feared 1 would lose my mind. I to your directions gave me ,
Roosevelt will again be a candidatefor
it is
impossible to predictthe taken it all I could get out of bed and suffered agony with my back,the pain relief. I have had no backset since
president given by Jesse R. outcome of the controversy. walk about. After taking three bottles extending down my left leg. The pain then. Since we have used Peruna, a

F Grant, the youngest son of President I was as well and hearty ever. I was so severe that I would have wel- doctor has seldom been in our house."-
in the gained in fh from one hundred and comed death as a relief. Peruna cured Mrs. Martha Tredricb, Central Park, I
Grant. He that Roosevelt Busy Day LegislatureOn
says as tone trouble wonder I
: eighteen hundred and eighty me of this ,-no rec- La lot N.Y.
r has been uniformly inconsistent Tuesday the house passed the
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t he will, therefore, run again and bill providing for railroad fare at JAMES C. SPELL f

thus stand by his record for incon- 21-2 cents a mile.

A number of instances In the senate-the time was largely
sistency. are Physician and Surgeon'Phone
occupied by Beard in discussion of Ball
a Play
cited by Mr. Grant in support of his
the Harris bill, providing for the lit 17TITUSVILLE
contention that the president would
separation of races on street cars.Trammell's .
have a hard time explaining his FLA.
bill, providing for sep-
course should he again be a candi
x arate accommodation of races in rail- I ENNIS & FORT
date.Is A Complete Line of
way trains has been passed to third

it true that the close intimacy reading.In .
really -
'1': between Roosevelt and Root the house the motion to recon- SPAULDING'SBASE BlacksmliDg and Repair Work

sider resolution authorizing counselfor _-02_
has cooled? Two explanations are 1
internal improvement investi-
given; one being that Root does not gating fund was lost. BALL GOODSCarried TITUSVILLE, FLA.

+,. like the favor with which the presi- Reese's bill requiring railway com- Wagons made and repaired. Horse Shoeing:

dent regards the candidacy of Taft panies to supply fenders passed in a River specialty or anywhere Work in from the any county part will of receive Indian .&

for president, and the other being the houe. by our careful attention. We stand the freightone
way and guarantee to give you satisfaction. -
the allegation that Root does not --- -- Send us your work.

like the attitude of Roosevelt tow- AppendicitisI The H. & W. B. DREW CO.
,' ins in a large measure to abuse of
ards Harriman. At least it is notice-
.. the boweiby ;employing drastic pnrga BOBBINS&GRAHAM
able that the daily horseback rides IhT" av' id all danger use only Dr.
f. Kiu 'c Nrw Life: PilU, the eaf, gentle Distributors for Florida ;
and his
l-t& of the president secretary of c: mr ani tn\iaoratnrg i Guaranteed

have ceased }. -, '*. hiUonanwa! malaria
**- ? state together and this to nirp *: < CO.
r/li' an i iniuiKr.: at hwl! Cr,i*. Pharmacy 25c JACKSONVILLE FLORIDASend ,
requires that a reason be assigned ---- (Incorporated Paid op Capital 25,000.00..

I and those given above are perhaps. Weekly Weather Report. This
company owns
as good as any. JlPITtK. Fn.. Apr. SO 1907. for catalogue and samples for uniforms74INCHISTJM the Indian River Country

the St.Lncie
Comparative statement of temperatures on River,
and rainfall for the week finding Tuesday. --- at New River, and on Bis-
-- --
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t Labor men are somewhat dividedas 1007 190ft cayne Bay.

to their opinion of the letter DATE M\\ MIS MIX MIV. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES
Apr. 24 M 6 8 77 70
d written by President Roosevelt in 44" 25 SI 74 76 W Send for land list.OFFICEBAT .
26. $4 73 80 63
which reference was made to Mover 27; 7 .
2$. M 70 33 74
s and Haywood as "undesirable citi- ." 29. 83 73 83 73 TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.

zens." At a meeting of the Central .3o. 8. 72 83 74
1 Total rainfall for the week..()4 inches. "NUBLA.CK"Loaded
Federated Union of New York city, inches.Departure rainfall for the week mines .65 EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
+ held Sunday, while the debate was Departure rainfall !since Jan. 1st, minus #

waxing warm, the general organizerof 10.47 inches. II. P. HARDIN, Black Powder Shells o. F.DUREN,Agent,

the American Federation of Labor Official in Charge.

declared that organized labor was IndigestionWith Shoot Strong and Evenly, Florida and

4; not against President Roosevelt, ev- its companions, heart burn, flatulence .! ,, Are Sure Fire, :IIai

en hinting that the Socialists were torpidity of the liver, constipation -' =- WesternMeats f

trying to use the occasion to further palpitation of the heart,poor blood, Will Stand Reloading
headache and other nervous symptoms,
**, their propaganda. We can readilysee callow ekin, fool tongue, offensive breath
rJ* that labor men will hardly be i and a legion of other ailmente, is at once tThey Always Get The Game.For .
the most widespread and destructive
r unanimous in their opinion relative to malady among the American people. Sale Everywhere. of all Kinds.

attitude in regard to The Herbine treatment will cure all these
the president's
troubles. 50:. bottle. Sold by Red Cross
Moyer and Haywood. Pharmacy. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

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_:J.5 BILL many of which may be found cited in
Eight cyclopedia of law and procedure -

'!- page 846,and in the Tenth Cen- Lh

:{J; usisMEASUREC.Y. tury digest, pages 1411-1414, para- EKGLAHDSAYS:
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; } graph 126.
'.j : .!_ Cooper Adrinces Good Reasons It is not necessary, however, for a
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man to be a lawyer to know that the
'{;\t :. Against Its Adoption courts are not going to undertake at

Jfril 1i1 ,- ,Whether or .not Senator John S." this day to vacate the fifteenth NO ALUM %

: < 'Beard, of Pensacola, introduced his amendment; all that he needs to per-

proposition for an amendment to theM ceive this is a little reflection and ,

: : .state constitution,, involving andquestioning common sense. It may said that if
; the proposed amendment to the state IN FOODIn -
r 7
w!'Y.I! the validity and force of constitution is submitted to the people

the 14th and 15th amendments to the that they can reject it and pre-

i- :constitution of.the United States, as vent harm therefrom. But the people r 7

a means of making himself nationally have never expressed any desireto England and France the Sale i'

prominent, as a possible aid to his have any such amendment sub- of Alum Baking Powder is pro- r' .
mitted or such agitation injectedinto
aspirations to 'a United States sen- any
hibited law because of the injurious
by -
the next general election-an
atorship or simply for the fun he

would get out of it, is immaterial.The agitation that will certainly prove j effects that follow its use. ,,
only remarkable thing about it very damaging to the state and will .
) The law in the District of .
was the fact that all of the state sen- be used all over the country to the q

ators, with five notable exceptions, injury of the Democratic party in Columbia also prohibits Alum .s '

should have voted for it. The the next presidential election., in food. 1
x names of these five far-seeing protestants If the amendment should be adopted -

:.. such will it would bring upon the people of You live where have
against folly be may as yet you no protection against Alum .
the state train of evils that
a can
long remembered, not'only by their be The only sure protection against Alum in Powder Is
; immediate constituents, but by the hardly overestimated, and in your Baking fo

.b people of Florida at large. Theyare which every interest, business, prop- $'
erty and labor would equally suffer. .
ii Senators Buckman Cottrell
Crane, Hendersonand Humphries.As The seat of every member of the plainlyPAYAI- ;
hous of representatives and senator in Say :
illustration of the in .
an manner . .
which this absurd proposition is I congress,WhO might be elected under .

viewed by wise and conservative citizens :such a law, would be vacated. The k
I election of state and county officers
of Florida,we reproduce theI BAKING) i iIW
f following thoughtful communication would be conducted under. the super-

C. M. from the columns vision and control of the United ,
'L by.Hon. Cooper, IL POWDER
of the Times-Union: States, the negroes would be afforded _

To the Times-Union-When it full opportunity of registeringand

was stated, before the meeting of voting, would be encouragedand ROYAL is made from Absolutely pure Cream of Tartar,-a pure Grape :

the that amendment induced to do so, and their votes Aids the healthfulness
; legislature, an product. digestion-adds to of food.
to the constitution of the state would would be counted and given full ef-
fect. This proposed amendment is
be introduced providing that only
= white people shall vote at elections one of those measures which should .

. in this state, few people took the sleep quietly in committee. If it Jacksonville-Pablo Good Road and commenced to play with it again. chair and exploded the entire load of
does before the house it is
come to
proposition seriously, and that the The mother did not know that the shot going into Mrs. Gardner's leg almost :
be hoped that it will be dealt with The County Commissioners of Du-
i senate should have passed it, can ont gun! was loaded and allowed the little tearing it from her body. Physicians II
and and val County have voted to accept the
firmly judiciously consigned
ly be accounted for on the supposition Fellow to play with it about the room. were soon summoned but the
joint proposition made by C. H.
to speedy defeat and oblivion.C. -
that that body gave the matterno Barnes the Jacksonville Associationand The hammer of the gun struck a woman died from loss of blood.
serious consideration. M. COOPER. ,\ .
p' no Having the Jacksonville Motor Boat Clubto
passed the senate, however, it becomes Jacksonville, Fla., April 20. donate $20,000 for a hard surface J !

a matter of real consequence road from Jacksonville to Atlantic OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOi
. r and danger to the welfare of the Hot Weather Ahead Beach. In addition to this cash dona-

ystate.. It is to be hoped that the Many, a housewife is wonderinghow tion, Manager H. E. Bemis, of the
t w nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and
Hotel Continental, at Atlantic Beach _
house will realize in time how useless I she will pass through the coming
and mischievous the proposition f summer months with the stove she has promised to hard surface four nerve force. &jeAa
is and what evils its would miles of the road to conform to the
adoption well knows will make the kitchen un-

inevitably bring upon the people. 1 bearably hot-to say nothing of the county seventeen road.miles The in length.road will be about It provides baby with the necessary fat uI

E. The state is prosperous,its government I dirt, dust and ashes that will add to
' T is entirely under white control, j the discomfort. I I' and mineral food for healthy growth. :
the negro is not troubling himself or There is a way out of it-a way LUCAS Coa TY. }J88' JNt DRUGGISTS: 6Oc. AND I.OO. ,

' t !: us about voting, and the federal that not only lessens the,work and FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he is O 8
the senior partner of the firm of F.J.CHENEY .OOo ooo
government is not. molesting us. keeps the kitchen cool, but that also &Co.,doing business in the city of Toledo, _
s s Why should we hunt trouble and reduces fuel expense. This conveni- county and state aforesaid.and that said firm -
will the sum of One Hundred Dollars for
force a conflict with the United :ence, comfort and economy is all effected each pay and every case of catarrh that cannot be
States, in which we should inevitablybe by the New Perfection Wick cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE,
run over and smashed up? Some Blue Flame oil cook-stove, an oil Sworn to before me and subscribed in my Why is it that the
southern states have inserted provisions stove so superior to other makes thatit presence.this 6th day of December A.D.1886.
in their constitutions which is fast replacing the coal and wood { SEAL [ A. W. GLEASOX.
indirectly .limit the vote but the old-fashioned oil -.J. Notary Public.Hall' .
negro range, stove, .Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
these provisions are so worded as to .and in many cases the gas stove. acts directly the blood and mucous surfaces LudwigPiano
of the system Send for testimonials,free
apply on their face to all voters regardless I Anyone who has had to wait tenor F. J. CHENEY & CO.Toledo,Ohio.
of color. No state has yet fifteen minutes for the fire to get

committed the folly of adopting a started will appreciate the New Per Child Killed Its Mother.TimesUnion. .

... provision openly and directly in conflict fection, which gives a strong work- ( .)
with the fifteenth amendmentto ing flame at moment of lighting. Mrs. Mary Gardner wife of Robe'rtL.

the constitution of the United Then the comfort of it. While the Gardner, of Grand Crossing, and .

States. According to newspaper re- flame of the New Perfection is in- daughter of Colon Thomas, of Duval

ports, the amendment was advocatedin tensely hot, yet the heat does not County was shot and killed about 8 is preferred by those who are admittedlythe
the senate and passed that bodyon throw off into the kitchen because it o'clock Thursday morning by her five-
+ the theory that the fifteenth is concentrated by blue-enameled year-old son, who was playing with a best judges of tone? The answer is

I ti amendment was not legally adopted. chimneys.The shotgun In the house. easy. It is because everyone who has a
Wednesday Mr. Gardner came to
More than thirty-seven years ago New Perfection is made in

t : that amendment, providing that the three sizes, with one, two and three I Jacksonville and purchased a single- played the Ludwig knows that in it
barrel shotgun and took it home. Our
right of citizens of the United Statesto burners, and is warranted to give
ing the afternoon he let his little son is embodied artistic quality. .that
vote shall not be denied or abridged full satisfaction. play with the gun, and Wednesday every

__ hv_" any state_n.__ on account of race, night, after first loading the gun, it meets every demand of the expert required -
ft color or previous condition of servi Treasurer's Statement placed it out of the little fellow's

tude, was officially declared and pro- Mty 1st, 1907. reach. for the truest interpretation of

.:: claimed to have been adopted and Balance cash on band Apr. 1. 1907_(1132164: Thursday morning the child climbed music---that it that inde-
was put into effect. Since then it Amount received in Apr. 1907____ 1.2,55113 up on a chair and took the gun down possesses

has been frequently recognized and Total--.._______| 23:.672.77 scribable delicate charm which is diffi- i
acted on by the supreme court of the Less warrants paid in Apr., 1907, and Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer, I ,
warrants delivered to county commissioners Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf '
United States and all branches of the and board of public instruction cultito analyze, but which is designated
valid and ____________________8,169.36 your blood is impure, thin, disea ed,
federal government as a hot or full of humors, if you Katie b'co! by some musicians who appreciate thatit 1
operative portion of the constitution. Balance cash on hand Apr. 1, 1907. f 15,703.41 !poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating sores, ,

;' Whether or not there might ever The above amount is held as follows.Deposited : :scrofula, eczema, itching, risings and can correctly protray every varying
skin lone ,
bumps scabby, pimply pains
,i the content-
have been any basis for in Indian River State catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or emotion the "soul" of
ion that the amendment was not bank as per cashier's certificate at- skin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm as the Ludwig. ,
tached to monthly statement and (B. B. B.) Soon all sores heal, aches
legally adopted, or whether or not cash in safeBalances .__?______________*15.703.41 and pains stop and the blood is made
there could have been any direct proceeding belonging to each fund are as pnre and rich. Druggists or by express Sold by
at the time to test that question $1 per large bottle. :Sample: free by writing -
follow: Blood Balm OJ.tlanta, Ga. B B.
:.i is wholly immaterial and need County revenue,general: CundI2.'i.3S B. is especially advised for chronic, deep-
not be discussed, for no court, and road and bridge _____ 1173.84 seated cases, as it cures after all else fails. Indian River
I building ______ 12.44
States court,
especially no and forfeiture 7,9o2.19sp'l
fine ------ i
entertain or consider it. r'd f d,Dist. 1__________ 18 82 i HCW ri3
would now a N 2...._._____ 8S3.00 Music House
This has been the settled doctrineof a 3_________ 195636 Rocky Mountain Tea NuggetsA
N ._..__.._..
since the N N N 4 1,22397 Buy Medina for Easy People.
t the federal courts ever game warden fund__________ 1,657.06 Brings hides He&lih and Renewed Vigor.A .
decision of the supreme court of the property of deceased persons ,1izeUon' Lire
f. sixty ago fund.-...-- .....___.___ 5.80 and A Kidney Troubles f.w Constipation I hmple.Eczema; .Impure Titusville
United States nearly years a school fund (general) ____ 1274 Blood. Bad BreaJh. Sluzzisb Bowels Headacheand
; in Luther vs. Borden,7th Howard special tax school dist.1._.___ 15.56 BackacUe. It's Rocky Mawn'aia Tea to tab.
'f box Genuine made by
School Fund"C"State aid 361.25TotaL..415,703.41 let form. ss cents a
decisions also of Special HOUOSTTR Dart OMTPATT Madison Wis.
!h There are numerous I
_f 'the state courts to the same effect, i GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE

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I. O. O. F. Elections.At < d 3Ir

the twenty.thIrd annual session BEST FOR THE

of the Grand Encampment of the Independent ,

F-: IN FAIR FLORIDA Order of Odd Fellows held BOWELS

in St. Petersburg last week, the election '
It you haTeu't a regular,heathymnyement of the
the Des of officers resulted as follows: iowel$ever)day,JOll're tu orwW be. Keep
What Is Dote
Being .toweI opea,and be wen. Force is the chaps of
J. of
W. Blanding Gainesville
violent physic er pill bison,fa dangerone. The
01 the PenInsula s'nlor warden.T. smoothest easiest moat perfed way of teepin
Telopment tile bowel clear aDd deaD 11 to tate

!' W. Ralph, of SL Augustine,grand CANDYCATHARTIC

# "Melvta Curry, a son ot the late 11'nicr warden. t Successful Farmers \ .

George H. Curry, of Key West, died in Charles Frederickso, of Pensacola, I \: s

Baltimore last Thursday. brand high priest. '

4 The Pensacola Water Company has A. M Cushman of Gainesville, POTASHThere

; offered Its plant and holdings In the grand scribe.W. /Aa Ivt

f city of Pensacola to the municipality H. J. Taylor, of Key West, grand
: for $187,500. patriot.I a. r is nothing d"mbtful 'r indefinite about

C. D. Rinehart, of Jacksonville, f the results of P0t2Sh fertilizer in the soil \
z = The. steel county bridge across New EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY usry \
grand treasur Pleaaant, Palatable. Potent, Taste Oood, Do fer truck l'n: JrOund of Potash added
River at Fort Lauderdale which tum- Good, never Sir Yen,weaken or and t crops. !
has F. A. Eaton, of Orlando grand mar. 10 cent,per bozo Write for tree aample and boot. returns r:1aniflllJ it, w' i g'tt in ve ctJ.bles. It IS
bled into the river a year ago let on hMlth. Jtddress 4335trnn0

just been replaced. Silo" RemedJ COmpIIIJ, Chicago or New York nature.s b.w, and sue as the sun. j

I Dates- have been set for Jackson- At the Grand Lodge meeting the KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Every r..mpr shoull lave "':'rck Farmin::." It has: much

following were electea umce.o interc"ting information a1YIIH fertiias.ion. We send it free
0 'Ville's city primary. The first will be { {
J. W. White of Jacksonville G. M. f.e R.1.4V KALI wmu!

necessary B. C Abernathy of Orlando, Dep.G. Contract Let for Hard Road. New York-9J Nassau Street or AtJ.Ult.l. {Ja.-IZZ4 CsndterBundinlr

31. There is every indication that by __ .s .J"'''

The Roberts block at Fort Myers. Guardian-E. S..rugart, DeFuntakSprings. the first of January 1909. a splendIIl ._
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-i stn was burned Tuesday and at one time ,
hard surface road wIll be available betWEen ,
K : the entire business section of the town Grand Herald, J. L. Ranaln, Pa, Florida East Coast
DeLand and Daytona. The action Railway
Ji1+ : was threatened with destruction. latka..

of the CommIssioners or Yolusta
='> 7 Last week the shipments of celery Conductor-W. J. H. Taylor Key County is told by the DeLand Record Local TIme Card No. 19. In Effect April ", 1901.

$. ';., from Sanford averaged twenty cars West.
t as follows: SOL lfCO -READ DOWN. NORTHCotJND-READ UP.No. .
; daily, with four hundred crates to the The following apPointments were
r "The Board of County Commission.ers. 33'No. b-o. 281DailytfoHY !
from to $2.35 made' : 29tSTATIONS 7s :No.
Prices ranged
; car. -
In special session held last Tues- 00 Dairy nall00 >
t r per crate. Geo. T. Selk Deland G. W. :
( l 6 v"'' !/20.IL\.Jl\ct..n\me.\r 'i iSti S ht'er
Wednesday for the
day and
Chapters of the United Daughters of ..\. 31. Cushman, Gainesville G. Sea purpose 6 a'ee'1 9 2' A .. ....l"Qntb Jack,.. : 7 11"1, 4 M f"Y P"'J
; let the contracts for a hard surface r 7 Byer 10 -IIJ 1't.' .. %ug' UH1e..J''I' 61w, 7 4UM
the Confederacy throughout Florida George 31. Branning, West Palm 75.u 111 ...iI ."--...... Jla.-tlr./.t- 52eIi 6 4:,....
road from DeLand to Daytona, using 8 CAM ] cis Lr.La$ ': : : ...___ .v 51nw 6 2u. :-n >
-5 Beach G. TreasC.
= attend ,
are appoInting delegates to the d .__ __ _. 0
the present road a great deal of tI \1' Petatka 4 4bPa, IS it1111N
annual State convention to be held in D. Rinehart, Jacksonville G. Rep. 7 4-'PH2 ) j.\.,._ .. I'alatke.r .\r 5 ::atj! 6 5tuw 1 Z
the gradIng on which has already been 9, M __ y itee
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1'n .
Grand J. W. < a 3u
J 2d and 3d. Marshal BlandIng. ......J
Jacksonville May 1st.
on M __ ) .
; 'l1one. The contract for the grading 0\ 3.amp L.!.bee" Lv..M...: s.n :Iarco .Ar --T. i 45tH12'p P'"")
Galnesv1Ile. .. ....__ _._
I !/ :: :: : ; : 5,314 11
The Seaboard Air Line RaIlway has and turnpiking to be 30 feet N fJ') 91.7, 12 4f'. I .. ___..iui.ont._ 4 IGPMi; 5 2w "f.,4....
1"4 9 4;""s 113 a; t'teiurd_" 3 55 1l1I: ;AIIrn.4 .....J
r. Eber-
awarded a contract to F. von high water mark through all
First Through Train 30tlati' ) 1a.w: __. IHLol1S_. 34aV; 44'rspl
stein & Co.. of Savannah, for the the fiatwoods and low places, was c H loaI< 13...t -.....I';'rt orange.--.. 3 3K'' 4 ::Mtn ,_oooJ'o0oi
iq. Rumor hu it that the first through ""4 10 Txra!2OtkloT.. .. Nrw e.nyr a _._..I.vl2..ijfVI! ;:.>> V.JL.J
i : : (i)
buIlding of terminals at' Jackson. warded to R. T. at $;)00
new Long
train over the Apalachicola Northern per J ) :1111 42gnSr.M.i.; e Helen__:L" i2: 1'"Ii Gcy
ville. The contract is one of the largEst I mile the distance to be from the? 1-4 r 11) 3'Al1! 4 3. eMI -Wanie city --1". I U :>..'i'II'' 6 1sE' ""'"
I RaIlroad will reach this city In about -4 1J 4"5t 4 .',i1i, ':._ =(:.a ::'a City J ;:_32 3 Fat;-.I i' \.. J
et .t Fa and most Important ever awarded ten days. The day IS to be made one northern limits of DeLand to the western 10 4"7t 2 7rctt l.v_- rl. rrla._._.Ir ..I.( a 4"::rG 0 ,...,.
about i 11 i al!! 2 I.' __._...t I.Ak Iill__ I..' 2 i r\ll : 4I)1JIC
in the State. city limits of Daytona 22:: =
of jollification by the entire commu- 11 :" :I1ii.SrTituni1e": ...- l.t l >>t
: :::::: : gal.
I = rt
'- In an article in the Sanford ChronIcle miles. The contract for the hard surfacing ri) HI' k'lj S !i.-. \1:,.__.. inC r.l _.,I.\,li ,,)\ 6.t.11: wrI'4 r
nitro and preparations are now on foot O ..
6 3.:s}1.. .:.IlI..t... ..._- .;;I1r. .m __-1.\r'.I_ 22 vT
'The Celery City" Jennie Martin of the road shell and marl as : = t:3:
} on to that end. It is C'j .
deemed apropos to Ii ;?4 3 : Lv..Tttasltlle' _. Ar 1 aYFsii'a
McDaniel says the total output a materfaI to be eIght feet wide the ", 12'hlll atj; .' ___toi')i_.Lis 117131'' 2 22.1 ,
arrange and out'a that \ w I"Jwi
I carry program ".. 12 :):;;)11 3 :. 7j"--- .Roeklcdge_ I ie"wsi I a isis MI ,.,..
; from Sanford thIs season has been will celebrate the day in a manner be- shell or marl to be nIne Inches thIck 10'00 1 Og 4 "FiiI _l.u.Hie ,. to 1 S; ,.... t.J
U 1 nlll, -I ::s':: .__:.!!:Ibocme_ 12 3t 1 r.e
: i 123,950 crates. Tb average price per the at the crown or center and six Inches .. .. ..
fitting occasIon.
One feature of .5 I iy; If 5 11.-:: ielUs:1. II ;;' 12 :;:s e
Sank at the edges, was awarded to W. C. I. .::: 2 ied S : ;;.: .. _...._.:-i. Lueie__..I I Hl K s1! 12 o-.'
crate received by the shippers at
the program that will be of much in- .....__1 .
b 3 ( ;if; 61: .: crt l'k'rce.-: 10 S'e. 11 .uI'Z.
lord was $1.75, which has netted the terest will be the presentation of Cannons at $:!.500 per mile, 31r. Cannons C. a" .3"" 1..: r. :.. .. ... _Tiha Jis.-_ lU 1'\'" 11 :::1.:: ,
a i: SJ 3 a.& G Si-I' --. ._JI'u__" I c 11'.M 1l1 'IiI' Ctc >
i growers nearly $211,000. handsome testimonial of appre.latlon to give a good and sufficient C) .. r !, 6 :'T:. :; ..... ....,_.JrrJ eD-._. J' I" e' 111;.... 0 s4
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bond be the board at
will be few in this to citizEn whose efforts made to approved by .. .rt24.rrd._ ". "t i
There peaches a possIble rnI Ivy' 7'; ::- -- r' '- : 9 :::r 10 's' :
the May sessIon, In the sum of $lOOO: : .tlll; 7 :/ ._ ..ffi tr: ...._ 9a. 10'r 11 I a
:section this year. Not only has the the building of thIs railroad and 5ilia uI.n' ..".._ile.1eImlaceL: _._.._ .. 8..ur rJ :;,."'" (,.,) !
cold weather but :it Is expected that Apalachicollans fcr the prompt and faithful fulfillment .,.,\ ,,\ yi4t'' 8 -11:a __ :OYJllma_._.__ 8 ::-oUI {I"4 ''! 0
prevented yIeld, .. .
a .. ..,. S :::5ai 8...v-4 __..t.Irny___._.__ 8 I.iP 8 .-.... "
1t. of the contract He Is given barring '" i4
the warm weather and rain during will express the appreciation of the "+- & 414M. 9 i'st.Jbrt su'Ieniate_ : 7..:* fx ;:J'
bad weather and labor troubles until ... 6 5s :/(1\.3 "__ 'aria ...._.__ 71a -s: (9rJ r.4
The time that the trees In bloom community over the building ., .. "
"' were and com- 7O9 :u _-U:1i1JOOZe.--: ; 1 f'art 7 ::'1 M'ot
January 1, 1909, to complete the contract """ """ 7 ?". 19 n--e ---I nu Clty__ G 4 w 7'.. t J
pletion of the railroad this
destroyed the prospects for a crop. to city and
oiooj 7 s'ae' 10 ass \r._aiami___LI 6us' 7 iea : \'" t
southeast there is Apalachicolians will seek to show )Ir. Cannons, however, thinks a'1 .v I.: :--.-- : :4L -'' Sr. ; ; 'r a
Throughout Georgia I ::=::::: ,, =:; : .,.:::: tl.v::=::. : L M tt
but little prospect for a crop this their appreciation of and esteem for he can have most of the work completed -::: -- ---
I'Iye"e..ptuL: ry.:
summer.-Fernandina Record. this citizen in no uncertain way. Apalachicola within a year. t f
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Only for the clever work of Sheriff will wear her best bib and ; Noi.. eilySale o.l; I :.air ..o.IS ...0. 2') o.f'a&.k: Iunlp <

Bowden, of Duval County about tucker on this occasion and she extends If You Don'tSutcttd ("'m i Ibsiiyr Un.iieilyiJ'any; I 1.OI.T I.r.\\1 Ie.&l..x: '1.}, Lally .Dan 11' on1 tlun.y.

twenty-five prisoners would have suc.eeded a cordial invitation to her neigh- the tint time use Herhine and 9 :aesd'1- t ;-J'1'II: 4ro Jiil1.\: Jw' ln'i1l.\r7vt'lJII' ieo. t ps.a eey yii
: bors to join with her on this day.- you will get IIIstnnt rt'lit'f. The greatest !'J In their
sawing to .
<: way liberty liver reg lator. A positive cure fir ironstipationdyspeosia !O apt; rums r.n:s: .'F'f! 10 :J'J.:!Lv..l'abu.11'afh. _.A r 5 20"r' to :v 3-;! :\..'J:r 2jpMf 8.4ftPe
from the county jail In Jacksonville. Apalachicola Times. : malaria. ('hill.. and P/Vi'a:5I04Iie1.C-.Stb'nte: ; : : lc.arh\r>i r. : ii; al !i'it'ahit4 83"....
i' : Pi4seGl.!eaiiors lli.\r.. _.."5taypr'rL ....w.Lceu'r.-tix: I;'n'says: 821f1
The Sheriff heard a saw at work ill all liver complaintIr.. C-,of EmonTexas --

$ the early hours of Saturday. and later Do You Love writes: "\Iy wife has bt--n usingHerbine FEN NSt1.Ap AM OrCIDEiT.tL STE1lSfiIP CO NfCTIOI\S\ AT MI.Un.
for herself
and children fir fiveweans.
.... on: discovered nine fine steel saws that your baby? Ion wonder why' he cries.Itny I It is a sure cure fur cvntijsrti.Inand
t n bottleof White"1' ('ream 1'ermifuge I Clase Conrecaen; : r.1'e: tt r'-a-.i;: vfU, : tearnshlps: of the P. & O. S. S. Ccnpanr.
., had found their way In some unknown and he will never ('f\", Moet habies have malaria fever, which is 'lIh.tanti\
to of I by what it fiat done for I1IJ fa'lIil) :' KEY \'lrND HAVANA.Tra
manner a desperate gang con- worm, and the mothers don't know it.Whitt"e told: .
by Red Cross I'haimaey. .
"'lcts. Cream Yt'rmHIJ rid the child I
of and cleans ::s Glschar;-; 1'atuuger.. at Shi's SiJe. l'o Transfers.l .
worms out its systern in a --- -- .
: John Drown, of Scotia Farm, Hypo- pleasant Every mother ho1"1 .
\\sy. Fatal Accident at Fort Pierce.A ire:-a TilT.t' T.d.JI', stow HI"t:n. at whir !n;'..I' I'.y t c eXo-i.t'.t to srrITe at and depart .
luxo, was a business visitor in town keep a bottle of his O11lidn.. 111 the '." '1 ::14 '. : I .:ati..n Ic-I t'.e'r: ar. "':) ,.r d.' .,..: ,' :' tl.t' tim- -ar..t is not Jr1ll.fantn-d
,' i Wednesday. He has shipped large house! With it. fear flt't'Il never enter distressing accident Is reported r I.. tM-1 ..;.r'aay; to be blJ: reK,Or"'l... .Inert: r ,;.. .. ..r 'IlIr orre...;'",'.'e5 ariang ereIlom.
her mind. Price 2.c. Sold by Red Cross I -- -
from Fort Pierce where Sidney Eo
I quantities vegetables already this Pharman For Copy of the LOCAL 1 '.:F. CARL or Other Information

y. season, mostly peppers and eggplants :Gray. an employee of the Fee & Stew-
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many of his shipments being to the New York Quotations. 'art Hardware Company, was shot and
L'. RAIINIIR. A56t. Gen'l Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE: FLA.
killed by a bullet from his own rifle.
Far West where they in
came corn- The following; are Saturda's New
petition with California vegetables. The accident occurred Wednesday

but they held their own as to bet). York quotations on Florida product; morning. The Tribune says that Gray

as given by The Packer: saw a rabbit in his yard. and took his
quality and prices in spite of such

vegetables every time. How.s week on the street at $3 to $1 for turning to the house he saw a skunk. 1

:: that for l1orida-Palm Beach Xews. brights and $3.:!;) to $:':.50 for ruSSet8. Taking the rifle in the house. he stood

.. The market was In good conrlitlon it up in a chair and took a shotgun

}, Returning to Cuba from New York Grapefruit continue slow at $0:! to out and killed the varmint As he Merchants & r Miners Trans. Co's'
City. James Gordon Bennett, editor or i
$;'. was rlpacing the shotgun the rifle
the New York Herald- passed throu:1; :
"ThHe were a great slipped and fell to the floor, the ham-
Tampa Sunday evening going to Port many green STEAMSHIP LINES
tomatoes among the receipts, but fin.' flier hitting the seat of the chair I
Tampa, where he embarked on the
ones were in good demall. The causing the rifle to fire the baIl E'nter- -BETWEEN- I
steamship \Iascotte for lIa\- na. lle f
-; market was ::: to $::. Lettuce bro Jhi tug Mr. Gray's right side below the
was accompanied by Henry S. Brown. SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA
.,ll' Washington correspondent for the g per basket; beans $0: ; to $1.0.; ribs and ranging upwarls.! Drs. Ro. ,

.e'ggpant! $3 to f".:q3; and peppers ling and Can I.anfngham were 101- ,
: lIerald. While In Gotham the editor
$3 to $3.J."The : ; mediatel summoned and did what -Direct Connections for-
$ paid $16.000 in fines to the court
market throughout was possible to relieve suffering, but
wa! 1:1 ;

.lisseminating which adjudged: through the Herald its guilty personas of good condition for all Florida green it wag soon seen to be a hop<'iesa: cast. \Yashtl toll Ne\y York and Boston.Thrunh .

tulf. Celery brought $:.3o; to $: for anti he passel away. The victim of ,
x column obscene matter. His stay in
fanrr. but there the accident who came to Fort Pierce
was a lot of floor
Cuba will be of brief
duration. Re- tit'kt'b salt- at
stuff leas than a year ago: leaves a wife oil principal pniuts..1etOllbb11UIlati011' .
turning he will cruise in Florida offered"--- llltl elliine
and! three young chi1drt'D. Just the 1II1sllrlta secl.
# Tribune.
waters.-Tampa Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years night before the shooting he was SEND FOR BOOKLET.

#' I R. P. Hansen the Cypress IslanJ of Torture elected( to membership in the Fort

trucker, continues to ship beans beets Fur m..rt than twenty years '.Ir. .1 B.Masey Pierce lodge of the Woodmen of the II.:1( : : r, (rom'l .ttt'ot.iarkSOnVille.

w and other \'ectables. )Ir. Hansed of:gk'2; Clinton.. Minni ap'dis, World. J. C. WHITNEY, 24 V. P. & T. M., W. P. TURNER, P. T. M. _
linn., wa tortured by sviatila. The ,
has already shipped over four hun- pun anti suflering which he: endnrtdtlurinz GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, MD.

dred crates of beans for which he gets this time i i'e 1 >vond l'unlprdlt'fI'inn. A Hard Debt to Pay

$!.50 crate delivered at the XothilJ gave him permanent
per ex Do You Want to Know AU About the
- rt-'iit'f until he used CharnTJt'riain'l" Pain "I owe a debt of gratitude that ran
;- press office here. and reports his vines n.tlm. One applkatillI flf that liniment never bt- paid ill;' ltriled (i. s. (',ark. of

lull or bloom preparatory to putting tIle pain and made! Sleep and ret 11'twtfield. 1' wa. "I,'r 111ItOO.w fr"lII
death ,by Pr. Kinf New I),"i''iverc.ioth I COAST OF FLORIDA
1 From ible and less than
; nut: a second crop. one-third po sue bottle t-fit'Cft'll .
lunge ant..t. .! that
; were On seriouiy
a permanent cnrf If trouhled with aciaticaor i.
i -of an acre he has sold about three death 1't"t'IIIt"d ill1l11illt'nt, when 1 eummeneed I I
rheumatism why not try a 25: cent Especially! regarding; ruit trnwingTrncking
hundred crates of beets for taking New 1)iseovi-rr The and
omt000a -
per and;
bottle of Pain Balm
s 'uh'c'rih for the...
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%;' crate, and has some ,till left for ship- how quickly it relieves the pai'n. For dr). hacking "O'1h; quit before the

) ment. Mr. Hansen's crop was raised pale by all druggists! : !: and medicine dealers.dl. first bottle made a wag complete used, and rnre two:' more Nothing potties )- FLORIDA EAST COAST @MESEEKER.

entirely by; irrigation as there has not hag ever equaled New Hisrowry for

been sufficient rain to wet the ground iTORIEtL.Bears coughs, cold and all throat and lour PRICE ;30 CENTS PEn \XXI.
the Han "ISBiguature 8 s t complain Guaranteed by Bed: Crow ISSUED ONCE A MONTH S.UIPL
: COpy
I( since it was planted.-Kissimmee Calley ct;;; -rI-- Pharmacy. 30c. and $1.00. Trial bottle lI ARRY: I. I.Cn1"m! Manager, 81. Augustine, Fin FREE.
; Gazette.
of free. E. C. BI.ACKI.Editor, Miami, Fla.a .

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.:; ;{ ". : :TO. WIND UP THE BOARD;
L...rr.. ..y" < COMMON SENSE i
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a Important Bill Introduced In the State Jeads most intelligent people to use only I SOCIOLOGICALThe
I. medfidines of known composition. There
t t,; "')\ ; '>j;- ,; Legislature. fore It is thai Dr. Pierce's medicines, the New View of Charity. writ.w.. ....eAMMldasatMM ,. ai

': '" :<: 'Following Is the full text of House mtkeJa nterlngTtttolhem owlich print every the bottle Ingredient In his foreword In the last Issue of
upon wrappers CASTO RIA
:: k..t& :- bill_;No. 205 by Mr. Farris of Duval, and attest Its correctness under oath, Charities Editor Devine urges the new I": i,

: :q '" : -: .aa.presented to the State Legislatures are daily grwing 5n favor. The composition view of charity. This is the view
.s ..t." .t' 'Wednesday: o( D Pierce's medicines is open which seeks to "see life plainly and ( I t )

to everybody, r. Pierce being desirous see it whole." It makes of charity in ._ ,For Infants and Children.
.1 "A bill to be entitled "An '
i.P act to
.... of havjngthe. ryh lietj of tnvesti a an imperfect world full of adverse
< speedily settle and determine the trust ion turned fully noon his formulae, being
conditions which in large part an
t are
l V. '. imposed upon the Trustees of the internal lonhdent that Ihe be tier the compQMlion evil inheritance "a 'type of anticipatory The Kind You Have
; o''i inese mricines 9 known the more JA'&JJI"RII
-" .' ', -. Improvement r'und, and to nil trtcir great f TraTJye' 0- justice," which Is not only to lighten I

.:;; ..4 ,finally discharge such Trustees.' I I sized Being wholly made of the activenedicinal intolerable burdens, but bran;: opportunity .

L\ ''"Whereas The paramount Interest principles extracted from native to the child of unfavorable heredity Always Bought

'f 2' I forest roots, by exact processes and environment; not only to deal AVfegefablereparationrorAsslrrdlating '_
and welfare of the people of the State original with Dr. Pierce, and without the with individuals who suffer, but with .
of Florida demands the Immediate ad use of a drop of alcohol,triple-refined and theToodandReg(dating '
the chemically pare glycerine being used instead social conditions which tend to per the Stomachs andBowels cf Bears theSignature "
judicatlon and settlement of ques in extracting and preserving the petuate crime, pauperism and degen-

tlons Involving the valIdity of the curative virtues residing in the roots eracy. In the new view cooperationis 1' I

w,: legislative land grants to railroad and employed, these medicines are entirely the keynote, and its purpose is not

*' _' r canal companies of the State of Flor free from the objection of doing harm the mechanism of charity.but the end -

-;' of by creating an appetite for .either alcoholic to be accomplished. The old view was Promotes DigestionChcerfuU
,ida and the claims of the Trustees
K beverages or habit forming that the depraved man is the natural ness and Rest.Contains neither
+ : ; the Internal Improvement Fund to aj. drugs.[ ExamIne'the formula on their Mineral. of
man and that some families are OpiumMorphine nor
4 ;_ prior title In them to the lands so bottle wrappers-the same as sworn to by to others. The NOT
: superior
Dr. Pierce, and you will find that his
.,. granted or attempted to be granted b; "Golden Medical Disco""ery.the great, view holds that there are no dIffer-

.x4 the Legislature; and ilood-purifier, stomach tonic and bowel ences between the poor man and his

= "Whereas, The management of sals regulator-the medicine which, while not normal neighbors which can't be rapidly jatayte d Old list M7l PnCi1EB
pea" # fund and the litigation in which the I recommended to cure consumption in its obliterated. P-pJ.- .l-
I advanced stages(no medicine will do that) MxJenn**
said Trustees are now Involved affectIng "What Good Does It DoT -
yet does cure all those catarrhal conditions I In
said fund Is productive of great of head and throat, weak stomach This is the question asked by Brand ,

'- expense to the fund and has resulted torpid liver and bronchial troubles; weak Whitlock, the reform mayor of Toledo r rdo. j
lungs and hang-on-coughs, which, if neglected in a redhot analysis of our existing 11 .k4-
In criticism upon the Trustees; therefore or badly treated lead up to and .
finally terminate in consumption.Take penal system in the May Everybody's.He UseFor i
L -- $ '
the "Golden Medical Discovery pictures the typical police court
l "Be It enacted by the Legislature of (n time and it is not likely to disappointyou scene with its cynical and sarcastic ApaectRemedy for ConsthtpationSourStomachDiarroea-

the State of Florida: if only you give it a thorough and Judge its insincere and callous lawyers 1 -
fair triaL Don't expect miracles. It .Convulsionsjeverish-
N "Section 1. That it shall be the won't do supernatural things. You must and officials its flippant reportersand '' OverThirty

rf duty cl the Attorney General of this exercise your patience and persevere in its the melancholy procession of so ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.

use for a reasonable length of time to get called criminals.!' lie marvels at the -
State as soon as practicable after the Its full benefits. ingredients of which Tac Simile Signature of
\ confused: morals of Imposing fine and '
passaga of this act to file a bill in Dr.Pierce's medicines are composed have ;
t the unqualified endorsement of scores of taking the money to support those who Years
eouIty in the Circuit Court of Leon medical leaders-better than any amountof condemned the sinners and he thinksit NEW YORK.

County. In said State. Iu the names lay, or non-professional testimonials. strange that two men could break .i
They are not given away to be experimented Atb months old
& and in behalf of the Trustees of the with but are sold by all dealers in the same law and one escape by paying -

.Internal Improvement Fund as com- medicines at reasonable prices. a fine while the other goes to J5 DOSES -J5CENTS

; plalnants, for directions as to the final prison for lack of money. This systemof CASTO RIA
punishment with fines and
imprisonment -
f distribution and disposition of all .th? Commits SuicideL. '
is regarded by society as being EXACT COPYCT WRAPPEB.
remaining assets land properties 01 F. Ford said to have been super for its protection Ur '

i such fund'and shall make all railroad intendent of construction work of the or as atone- TMIE ecaysa COMPANY. acw roan em.

corporations and canal companies tu Pennsylvania Railroad and a residentof ment for wrong-

c: whom grants of land from such fund Philadelphia committed suicide doing or to make ,

heretofore been made ty the I people good.
have I early Friday morning by jumping Mr. Whitlock __ _u_____ __ ___________ __ __ ___ ____
Legislature: of Florida, or their as overboard from the Clyde steamship
points to the
igns, parties defendant to such bill; Comanche as the vessel was enteringthe

a and by such bill shall seek the advice Johns from undiminished
St. River at Mayport

direction and decree of the courtas New York. The body was promptly t cession of "crim- !;f. BOTTLES

to the validity of all and every such recovered and taken aboard ship, ,r inals" as proof

I grants of land to said railroad corpora- every effort being made to restore life f IA thatat the method 3 F RE E

lions and canal companies and the least ineffective. t
but without a"\"ait.Irs.. Ford who Whisk
H' trusts if any to which such grants was notified of her husband's suicide, s. of all the spite talk B :: yA.
which ot
were made subject and as to
'_ was heart-broken, and for a long time t about the "crim 1
> said land-grant railroad companies could not be reconciled. Mr. Ford had inal class," MrWhitlock

< and canal companies. If any are entitled been in ill health for some time and Insists ,2))iL 6 Full Quarts
Brand Whitlock.
J to priority in the distribution of was recently released from a Northern that there is no \ For $2 95
such class, but simply "a Only'
' lands and properties now remaining institution where he had been punished \ Carolina Whiskey .
or a caught and
hands class that good
", \i( unsold and unconveyed in confined for several weeks. It was and bad are mixed in all. lIe adds L ct. 9: ,. : Carolina Whiskey will give excellent aatufaction. It is a Well aged
I of such trustees and to the cash proceeds through the advice of his physiciansthat that I '" t' article and in our estimation far superior to the decoctions and mixtures -
heretofore sold and "every prison in the land is a denial 1'1" { I rn sold by irresponsible mail order whiskey houses at $3.00 to J3.50
of lands he decided to come to Florida for of every church in the land. Society I ,Ii H 1111'11_ per gallon. We make a special price on CAROLINA WHISKEY to show
conveyed that were subject to any I that we are not afraid of any kind of competition Oar plants cover fourteen -
his health as it was believed the sea makes and perpetuates the only _ acres,making us the largest mail order whiskey house in the world.
such prior land grant or grants. criminal class by to g
voyage would do him a great deal of refusing forgive a
"Section 2. That upon compliance good. first offender or to trust an ex-convIct 1 I 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE. I
__ Send u* $%.95 and
by the said Trustees with the order and by making the conditions of imprisonment will ship you by express 6 tan quarts of Carolina Whiskey and we

J court which be made in wholly discouraging brutalizing a I I I will include in same box complimentary,a sample bottle of each,
of the may Verdict for $20,000. "
and "Zulieka, "Gold Band" and Casper's 1Z Year Old White Corn.
shall be forever discharged de.cradins. All this, Whit-
I I said cause
(Tampa Tribune.) look says, is no "system," but a "clum
4 from the further administration I I SPECIAL NOTICE We deliver the above express prepaid anywherein
On account of personal injuries sustained sy; whimsical, erratic make bifl" All + N(vth Carolina. Virginia and West Virginia, but customers living
of such trust. that he thinks society has a right to do in other states reached by Adams or Southern Express Companies
by Ernie E. Webb, through a must remit We. extra. Buyers east of Mississippi River residing on
ie "Section 3. That all laws or parts Is "to protect itself! by restraining some other express lines must send $3.35 for the 6 quarts and 3 sample
r J of laws in conflict with the provision wreck on the Coast Line a jury in those of prorctl dangerous tendencies bottles and we will prepay express. Remit cash with order and address:

Q.. the Federal Court on Wednesday It is not !i THE CASPER CO.. Inc.. RoanoKe. Va.
.( of this act are hereby repealed, acid right to hurt thorn while doing !!II
awarded him damages to the amountof I ii (WiBriM-Salm,S.C.) o.wyat5Rc.t.rh4Dlstairr,5.se5,6thbidSa eI
so. and its duty is to do all it
'j this act shall take effect immediate canto I li'' .All wbl.klr* ud. Bader t .mi't't, of r S. >rn .n.| raar&u.-... par* rider tb.K. .
4 $20,000. lie was represented by direvt the erring wandering soul tonal revs Funl ..J Dr.c Lawn

'!I f upon its passage. ex-Congressman Robert \\'. Davis ana back into the right path. Referringto

Two Trains Wrecked Hilton S. Hampton W. A. Carter rep- the juvenile courts, the hope is expressed -

i \ resenting the Coast Line In behalf of that their principle will JKT
1. t Train Xo. S9, of the Atlantic CoastLine vade all criminal courts in the future.
the firm of Sparkman & Carter.
Railway in charge of Charles

f Anderson as conductor and Tom Davis During March, a year ago Mr. Stomach TroublesMrs. Do tnol suffer
Webb, while an engineer on the road, ,
t as engineer was wrecked south of Sue )Martin an oM and resperteresitlent < wiT severe
: !
pulled a passenger train out of Tampa Cr' 'n
Kissimmee Wednesday afternoon, andt : of FatsoniaMiss., \vasKick with Thl Headaches
on schedule time. When four miles Momach trouble for more than six

the negro fireman Jim Pendergrass. this side of akeland. wild cars: coming month" Ciiamlierlain's Stomach anti I when

j ,. of Sanford lost his life. A trestle had j I Liver Tabt't11ft': \! her. :She says, ''! !
down a decline met the locomotive
; burned away; and the engine went j i can; now eat anything:: I want and an ap
J Engineer Davis wrecking it and severely! injuring the ('>cl woman in the world to timiicli ( 1 .
down the embankment. j
Mr. Webb, necessitating the an:P".1t.l' ; a :r,.od 1I1t,1 ki fit". For pale bv all
stuck to his post, but Pendergrass
and medicine dealers
ft lion of two toes from one foot ant ; :
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fallIng f lacerating him in such manner as to
Th. additional, telegraph wire smin..i .
I cause him long confinement in a hos- i
great difficulty to preserve the entire .;\ th.- \\"-'-tern Union Ttk-jiarh ConiKMiy -
pital. Colonel Davis: an t Hampton
train from destruction by fire. On ac ,tits Jacksonville to Miami ::
i first brought :suit against the railroad:
count of the wreck train 85, leaving: nov ;in 11!.-", greatly facilitating tubusin ..
j company in the State Court, bat dismissed f.
Sanford for Tampa was sent as far -->.s of the company along; theawt.h.raaar yR'.OG MA K .
!! : this and entered proceedings ;
a Kissinmee and her passengers and Ha-: oa>t. Will Cure You
j in the Federal Court. Both attorneys

} express transferred. No. 82. leaving j conducted their ease skilfully: and the The liver is the main-spring fur the v :"i 'o- .a ,....

Tampa at 3 p. m.. was ordered north IIoIW. good health, one mut: k t .> ": V, ,
I victor, one of the largest secured in .
Sanford & St. Petersburgline a regulator is needed. I cr >:- jditioa ;- II
via the u damage suit in Florida in a longtime Chamberlain'sCough it should by and you v.iit! ru>-.UU.T ir-mi n<-..u" aAA ,...
but this train, too was unfor !
was a well-earned one. I
tunately; wrecked below Oakland about POSITIVE CURE

daybreak Thursday. No one was injured I He Fought at GettysburgI
: I
in the slightest but schedules I l Parker I.f Favi'tte. N. Y. trim' f\ FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND

.i: y were demoralized. I lust a foot at (it ttybnrji, writes: ..I.!*!....- ..., 1h{tAt\>, II FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALASfA

!| trio Hitter.have! done; MM mor =..?.Jj '. '"'J-1 I
; j than any medicine I ever t-*>k. F..r "'4j ev' .
t'' R' Not if as.Rich as Rockefeller i erilt-ar I hard l Momach: trouble! 31101 i pail i .1i l lunit '1 .. .',' -: I '

: had all the wealth of Rockefeller i much moiiev for medicine t" halettnrlMe [ [ : ; J If you Bo&s A World Of Gooi."rr
y i until I be taking KKc'ric 1\\
the Standard oil magnate, yon ronlil note :!an rK K t I Ir' 'I

"J bus a better medicine for bowel ('0111t'm I Hitters. I woul.J not take" ?">!kl '..r v hat ,, to' v, ., ..Ad..11 C. I), rinll.-y, Marble Fall. TVxa. writ------'i t- 1
plaints than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera i they liave dore fir me. tirlII.t"lIIt' "r used llerbine and find it the 1.t liver corrctiv,- T Base ever
: The most eminent for the aped and for f..mat'akn..s! .1J i\h j. !t
and Diarrhoea Rrmnly. : tried. It done my family as veil as my-If; a world l of J.'"ci!,
prexnlw a better Great alterative and Uxlv builder: Mire I and I recoimniid'it
physician Cannot to all uiy fritiuL 1 uuvxr sulivr i::\lu
: t' for colic and diarrhoea, both cure for lame hack ant weak kidnevs. headaches anymore."
; preparation and adults. The uniformsuccess .iuaranteeil \ty lied ('rte-. I'harmacv."xd..:. RemedyThe
: for sue WILL BUY IT.
of this remedy ha shown it to I* I -
,; fail and I Children's Favorite
all others. It never ,
:f.. :, superior when reduced to with water and sweetened" CASTOR --CrRES.. Ballard Snow Liniment: Co.
: : Coughs
< : Colds Croup andWhooping
is pleasant to take. Every: family shoji.dbe :
e.,4,4 l i supplied! with it. Sold by all drafts: i> For Infants and Children. Cough. 500-502 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO.

and medicine dealers. ThH r-ia dy Is f:amotj* for{N ror...flyer
: i ) --- -- :; The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears Hive part of the nvilizcU worM. It can "itfeTSB
'; I always be depended upon. It contain! no
O.ASTOn.XA.. opium or other harmful drag sad may bgiven
: f theSignature d M confident/a baby M to an adult Sold and Recommended
The Kind You Have "Boagtt! // by
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all kind of repairing WISSTOY S.BRA.'iNING. Cashier. I
,; yeas experience;
.':t :. f .., done,nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's acetylene gas being turned on everything -II
'"tt: s4 shoes made to order. looked quite gay. Does Your J

After the ceremony, Mrs. C. E. Indian River State Bank I

ff mm COUNTY Hill, presiding at the organ, playedthe

wedding march while the bridal Heart Beat

!{ MS NOTES party went into club house adjoin- ;, COL'IvT'T'Y DEPOSITORY

ing, where a reception was held. Af Authorized Capital, 100,000; Paid-np Capital, ? 5OOO; Average Deposits, $200,000

: Yaksiii ter hearty congratulations from Yes.v times each day.
;: Little That Help to 100,000
: : ; '. Happenings their friends refreshments ;
I Does it send'out good bloodor BANKING
1! Dp the Weekly Newspaper were served. When the music from I Ii: bad blood? You know, for GENERAL B BUSINESS
the piano, violin and cornet sounded
COCOA through the hall Mr. and Mrs. NisI good blood is good health ; ;LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON TilE RIVER

r a 'Mrs. E. V. Hall and daughters, of, bet led off the dance,Which was kept : bad blood, bad health. And Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated. 1,;,

Georgiana: were in town Tuesday. up until late and seemed thoroughly you know precisely what to Prompt service polite treatment and every favor consistent i
enjoyed. take for bad blood-Ayer's with conservative banking granwdCORRESPONDENTS
The recent rains have been greatly
Mr. Nisbet took his wife home to Sarsaparilla. Doctors have :
l' enjoyed.
400 his comfortable little cottage, where endorsed it for 60 years. !Entire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, New York City;The Atlantic National Bankof
f Mr. R. B. LaRoche, of Ourtenay, Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida
... a grand display of wedding presentswere One frequent rxn,e of bad blood U. a tluefflsb
in town Saturday. Tbi" |>t.Miuees eun.ii1N4 ko. Pou. iioo
was i' :
.M3ar .
greatly admired by the numer- ce me then nbttwrlwtt liii the TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
children Keep lie boweU..pea"lib Ayer.s Yillt. ;
and .
MrsjJ. F. Mitchell .. ,
ous guests, who came from Courte -- r'.p .
and Mrs. A. M. Wesson visited with MerAtt MadO 1>>7 Z.C.Ayer Co..Lowell KM*.
nay to below on the island .l.1.g manwa.Lloren or
Mrs. M. Wallace, at Indianola. one and Cocoa, City Point, etc., on the '"a HAI2 VIGOR E. L. BRADY & BRO., M

day last week mainland, numbering about one hun- 1 11 e J S C Alta!RRJ: : CC2&PECTORAL.We .

L 1'' Dr. Lincoln is building a wharf dred and thirty.As luve ro secrets I We publish Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products. :
tLe JO"aa..w of a1 I oar maaioints3T3JU .
; and boathouse on his place. we are hurrying to catch the ,. .' We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers; We deal exclusivelyin
L Mrs. A. 0. Paine is having new mail time and space won't permit ofa the above lines of goods.and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices OB
Grain and all Groceries:delivered at your station. E.L.BRADY.I BEO.,TnTeviLLE FLA.
verandahs added to the "Home Cottage detailed account of all the beauti-
D. H. Sample carried a party of
/ ful Mr. Nisbet's relatives
friends to the beach on Sunday in s. J. NORTON'9 j
Mr..E. P. Porcher made a business being so far away, remembered the his fast launch.
down the river this week. young couple by several bank drafts, f
trip and Mrs. Nisbet's relatives being in Sample badge pins and burgeesfor Staple and Fancy Groceries "'Sa 1 :; lilfnd ,
Mrs. J. R. Field was shopping in the Eau Gallic Yacht club are to ,
New Jersey forwarded some very
J town one day this week. handsome silver. Friends and neigh- hand, and the secretary, no doubt, VEGETABLES SPECIALTY .4.4errrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

: A number from Cocoa attendedthe will be authorized to
procure Tltvis-willo. F1orlda.:
i i
bors here were to the front with use-
Nisbet-Cannatta wedding at In- quantity of these for the membersof
ful and ornamental presents of sil-
dianola Tuesday night. The many the club. The next meeting of Ji'=r--Trrr-r-rt-J_
ver, bed and table linen, quilts,
friends of both wish them long life the club will be on the second Mon-
rugs pictures, china etc., etc., and TITUSVILLE BOAT CO. ;
and happiness.Mrs. day in May at G. F. Paddison's of-!
: small
still they come, and if even a f
J.- Gore and daughter, of Ti- portion of the good wishes are fice.Capt. Successors to the Lorillard Boat Co.

y tusville are visiting Mrs. Wm. Heaton. realized, Mr. and Mrs. Nisbet should J. H. Andrews, of \Walton I Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers i

have a bright and prosperous future. i Fla., left for his home Wednesday,

v Cocoa will soon be enjoying a roller after having his sloop Dixie over- Marine: Railwa3Launches 1

skating rink,which will be openedin Stop GrumblingIf hauled and painted at Hodgson'syard. carefully stored for the summer months I

the Grimes' building.Mr. you sutTerfrom rhenmati mor pains Little Miss Bailey was with i
for Ballard's Snow Liniment will bring; the first and she is rrrrrrrrCrrrrrrTerJas. -
captain as mate,
F. Aldrich has purchased quick relief It IS a sure cure for sprains,
twenty feet adjoining his.lot on the rheumatism, contracted muscles amt all a proficient sailor.C. .
Pritchard & Son
pains --and within the reach of all. Price .
attended f
Sanders which G. Redstone and family -
south from Mr.J.M. ,
2:>c 50e, $100 C. R. Smith, Tenahn,
gives him plenty of room on either Tex., write: "I have n ed Ballaid'e the May day picnic Wednesday. Titusville, Fla.
side of his dwelling. Lumber for the Thousand Island
and have found it a fine remedv for all
Mr. and Mrs. Butler and little puns and aches I recommend; it f,>r club house is now on the ground and T & M Reversible 1

daughter, of England, are visiting pains in the chest bold by Red Cross the contractor has commenced work. I
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theirfriends, Mrs. E. E. Grimes and Pharmacy. The main building will be 80x40.E. MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES

Mrs. L. T. Daniel. GEORGIANAMr. .B.Wager,of THE FLORIDA STAR, Thoroughly covered by patents I f

Mrs. K. Brown, Miss Maddox and Arthur Mockridge, who made was a visitor in Eau Gallie this week. is The Engine that Runs Without Repairs

Mr. Chas. Maddox, of CityPoint, the trip to Miami with the Holmes Friend Wager's visits are like the J

Q were in town Tuesday. party, is now spending a few days angels-few and far between. These motors are safe and reliable and
can be operated by alcohol or kerosene J
his old friends at The launch Marion was hauled out'this
The schoolchildren are preparingfor among Georgiana,
with as good results as bj using gasoline
their entertainment, which is to where he has ever the warmest wel- week for some needed repairs. r

be given this Friday night. come.
: Letter to Geo. M. RobbinsTitl1'iII
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Peck and fam- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Holmes expectto Fla NEW CASH GROCERY STORE

ily leave Sunday for Petosky, Mich. leave for their northern home this
week. Dear SirVe should like to print \ FILL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
May 1st, 1907, was a gala day for jour opinion of this guarantee ill this HAY, GRAIN, FRESH FRt'IlND VEGETABLESWe
Mrs. Conkling and Mrs. Hays, of where all will
Cocoa. Visitors from direction paper your nnghbois t't.'t'it
every buy as low as possible and ell for cash; therefore fell the cheapest.
: were in attendance. A barbecueand Lotus,- were calling in Georgiana :We'll furnish the \to half Look over our stock and get our prices before buying

picnic dinner at Oleander point, Tuesday.Mr. the h<5iue of any fair mats paint on I ht'-paint( term: Cornt"rIain: and Hopkins MreelsG ,

} two baseball games in the afternoon. Waldo'Clement has been work- Hf hall paint the>other half with what -. :8:. BCE-A/US' cJ CO.,
ing out his road tax the beach ever other paint lie like-; same painter FLORID
e- and a grand ball at night. on TITI'SVILLE aO
; (any fair. man) sun- way (the WH\ of alllair
path this :year. painters, to mike a inxxl l job). If .
x: f A Significant Prayer Miss Robinson and Miss Baine are our half doe! -n't take les-. all'lll" of paint VICTOR
by ollt'-tt>lIth In Men tenths we'llgive! .
"May the Lord helpvou make BmkJen's out early and late, superintendingthe him the paint. If our ha'f: doeMi't take
: Arnica take known to all." writes workmen who I less labor l h.r one tenth too 't'\'t"n-h.lllh, tCf' Talking Machines Supplies and
are cutting grub-
J. G. Jenkins, of Chapel Hnl, X. C. Ii we'll give him the paint If our half i. ,
quickly took the pain nut of a felon f,>r bing and cleaning up their lot. n', oiiiider threears hewn, "..'II give Records sold the
and mrai it in short by
j' me a wonderfully Things are beginning to look finely him the paint If our half Hu't H>iin time. Best on earth for sores burn! ,
'isyears h"nl, wl"l1't" him the ,
and wound Red Cross 1'bannacy.; around there.
paint. Any rolorVesaronetentli t INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
Mr. W. P. Clement wife and \ l>etan y'' INDIANOLAMrs. daughter with Dr. Wittfield and Mr. two or three punt1with .ifnit thitdifference M sterk"'VicU r TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
lye It'Vl'lIht.rt. dozens ,
; say are .,
D. A. Carter left Monday for Mockridge made a trip to Melbournelast of paints with ahout that dill rents-we .

r' her home in Atlantic City, N.J.Mr. Tuesday afternoon. They madea say one t<. !'t"\"t'li. bwHn-e t here' :t him

'., Frank Byron, after very very quick trip and report a pleas- sired| for tint Iwnli WA'tt'paint oilthird and ,,,t..r of the moneypaid WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT a

pleasant winter,started for his home ant time. I" there a paint we Imeii'i oivcntii'Ynnrs

t ; .in New York city on Monday. Mrs. A. B. Carter went to Cocoaon I' FV truly.,IE\OI & Co : :

r Mr. Roy Inman, having spent several Tuesday. ."....., \,.w York 500 Barrels will be received in next ,
months with his I*. S. .!;,,* Pritt'hlml & S'IO M-II ntH i>:\ii.t
uncle and aunt Mr. E. V. Hall and family and several 60 days. Costs a little more than other ce-

? Mr. and Mrs. John MacDonald, started other parties attended the wed-
ment but is better.
:t for his northern home on Wednes- ding of Miss Helen Cannatta and Spend a Pleasant ,

day. Mr. Nesbit Tuesday night at Indian-
Y Mrs. James L. Crawford and ola. They have the best wishes of

,' maids, also Miss Florence Shepherd all our good people for ;years of hap- Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material

Mrs. Blackman and Mr. and Mrs. pine&s. Eau Gallie, Florida.1TgvtvIvtvItlrllIgEttvIrgfttgfitrgtg.

't, Wm. Gotschall and daughter Helen Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bruner, Nellie,

started for their home Scranton, Beth and Winnie Dixon spent Satur-

Pa., Wednesday. day in Cocoa.F. uIIvrrt

NISBETT-CANNATA W Munson had the misfortuneto to

K. sprain his right knee and ankle

<%: interested A wedding took in which place we on were Tuesday all i last Monday. He is able to get about ever the HENRY BOSCH COMPANY The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.

the house and grounds with the aid WALL PAPER samples at romt
; evening, the 30th, in the Baptist i of staff. own k m.-.ittmg comfortably hi your
church, when Mr. D. St. Clair Nisbet a euF ekiirl Ten eaa make a better Mlcctwa
that way thaa by ransacking the utonu.Y
.F was united in marriage to Miss Helen EAU GALLIE .. ... tt. wkeU li._the ray latest MACHINE SHOPS
deaic'u-the loveliest tint and nehwt
Canatta, by the Rev. Wm. Stones. Summer weather and showers. eolor cffcctt.Including-imported patUrtn.ET .
; Miss Helen was attended by her .rrthii>x coed la w3 papers la tile
Mrs. G. W. Hopkins entertained BolIch tins Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'
t sister, Miss Louise, as maid of honor, It's -- tar-you,get the lowest
: I #' and Mr. Nisbet by Mr. J. E. Field, Wednesday.C. New Tork.Chtea.o oil with priecc.Wd BoMk.Sampler>

.W. McNab left Youngstown, any boor you name. Look
as groomsman.The them ever to your haul's corn- HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
bride looked lovely in a very 0., on Saturday. tent Bet the least obligation t* ,
hay. If oar wsy of er-
becoming gown of white silk mull Several launch loads of citizens at- tisi c tlMBostk WH pe::M.V.jW. .

; over taffeta, with trimmings of baby tended the May day celebration at Agricultural Implements

,'l I Irish point and German val lace, alsoa Cocoa Wednesday.. ELDRED I

wreath of orange blossoms. The Another jolly party went to Oce- SANFORD FLORIDArf
The Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator ,
j .A maid of honor was gowned in a creation anus Sunday in the launch Lee, H.U.

;,l of white net over pale blue. Hodgson owner. The party num- Scrimgeour Building
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'1 The church was beautifully dec- bered ten. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA nrnmm wy'mn''mt >,w


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