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 10, 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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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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10,1907 NO. 3.

3 "t Not fo* Oqsel'v>es' iloqe, But f* tale Good of Otters EJLso.


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'' Clothes. Bargains In
''' Every Department
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,r' Pungent Hot& Pertaining to Events SCHLOSS- BROS. MAKE. Personal Paragraphs About People that I II MONDAY, MAY 13, 1907. Something About the People of Titus'ripe >

Transpiring .Abont-Ton Our clothing this season has Travel Here and There I I If you want any white goods, such as They Come and Go

3 Those suits Schloss Bros. make, to been bettered at every point The celebrated Plant Juice Remedies -j:as ladies' ready-made underwear, I Mr. F. S. Battle went to Jacksonville -
do know '
j ( ti l>e found only' at Branning's, are Constant progress and advance- are for sale by C. Collins. i|j I I better not as you will ver have a Tuesday afternoon a business
I opportunity next Mon-
ment; is the watchword herethisis Capt. Jack.Laflin expects to leavein I! trip. /
[ It
would be
Dr. J. Sills'Daniels will extend the day. impossible to enu-
i ; .. side walk his necessary t
concrete along property ard of superiority which we in- off at Jamestown en route. I in.that line.Ladies' for Queen Quality shoes. A complete -
Palm ,
on street. sist shall distinguish our garments Those single coats in mohair and! white underskirts made of stock.of the latest cuts at all

Mrs. M.IE. spending a They embody all the style and serge, no lining at all, are the stuff i best quality of lonsdale, two rows of I II times. i. .

r". few days in St. Augustine this week careful handwork of custom-tail- for summer,.$3.50 to $7.50 at Bran-I i I lace insertion and edge to match,I Mrs. J. T. Knox and children of

; \rtth Mrs. M. Gould. ored garments, yet they are sold ing's. worth $2.50, special $1.69. i New' Smyrna, are visiting with her

t '! *Rev.:W. 'F. Allen arrived home at popular prices. The fishing sloop, Two Sisters I. Also one lot with aide edge of I father, Mr. W. S. .Norwood, and

4 yesterday from Key West, where he J We keep at all times a most from Miami, Capt. Roberts and family -! embroidery in clusters of tucks and: family.

t J has[been attending district confer- complete stock of clothing,shoes, arrived here Monday and will: hemstitching, worth, $1.50,. special Sheriff Frohock came up from Mi-

ence. hats, men's and boys' furnishings. spend some time if fishing holds i igood. 99 cents. : ami Sunday after J. I. Birk, who is

; / tMr. R. W. Rhodes, of Miami, hast Every item strictly uptodateand 1 Ladies' ready-made nightgowns, charged: with embezzling funds fromP.
been 'spending the 'greater part of sold at the most reasonablerices' I I Ullendorff of that city.
Capt. W. H. Sharpe, of Sharpes, I made of a good quality of bleached

this week. here,looking after. his or- Mail orders a specialty.'VINSTON.S. was in town Wednesday afternoon : domestic with V neck and two rowsof Mr. Arthur Doyle, a former resident -.

ange grove .interests in Turnbull BRANNING and called at THE STAR office. We insertion and clusters of tuckingand of Titusville, was on the south- =

,. hammock. Titusville Florida. learn that the captain is meeting I, hemstitched, worth $1.25, spec- bound Monday afternoon. He is snow

Mrs. G. F. Duren and Miss Sadie with great success in his patented ial price 75 cents. / located Jacksonville.
Canal Finished This Week
!ti and Master Foy'Dtiren returned cultivating hoe in the way of royal-.. .Ladies' chemise gowns, with short Mrs. C. J. Denham left Tuesday
Ht From St. Record.
home from Jacksonville Sunday, ties. sleeves, trimmed with Mexican lace afternoon on a two months vacationat

where,Mrs. Duren has been visiting If nothing unforeseen happens the and insertion, worth $1.75, special Augusta,tea., and other '
Hamp Moore, who was chief cook points.
last of land the
strip dividing watersf
her sister, Mrs A. W. Buie. 99
Y cents. Mr. Denham will
follow in about
houseboat Jack last winter
o a Capt. -: a
1 Mantanzas and the Halifax
Commodore and Mrs. C. A. Welch leaves here today for houseboat Children's drawers made of best month hence.
river will be before the end
came over from Artesia Wednesdayon cut away Elvira quality of lonsdale with umbrella Mr. K.
Senator B.
W. J. LaRoche Raulerson
of Fort
of the week and the east coast canal
their way 19,their northern home, : ruffle and hemstitching and tucks, Pierce
of Bayshore Island N. Y. in
will stretch in unbroken water- Long was town for a day or so
Boston, Mass., stopping for a few special 25 cents, all sizes. this week 9
from St. Augustine to Biscayne owner. Hamp will not return for returning from Tallahassee -
days in the mountains of Western way some time. Ladies' corset covers, made of a where he had been attending to

North Carolina en route. Capt.Bob bay.Less fine quality of nainsook with five business f
States Attorney John C. Jones of some matters.
than 400 feet blocks the waterway ,
Burns them in of Mexican lace
brought over the rows and three rows
now and the dredge is cutting Orlandoyreceived a letter from John While the launch Big Six was com
Louise. of and ribbon
Sharpie beading worth $1.25,,
1 this out at therate of about 100 rt'\ Flournoy, of Johnstown Pa., ing up the river last Saturday she t

+ The Brock House, at Enterprise, feet a day. The opening of the canal about two weeks ago in which Flour- special 59 cents. encountered a very heavy squall near j
has been donated to the Woman's White mercerized figured madras,
4 to this point will no doubt be ac- noy stated that be had sent the bonesof Jones' Point, during which her ice r
Board especially good for shirt waist suits,
Home Mission of the Southern ;
complished this week, but the canalat Tom Tiger back to Florida, but ; chest was swept overboard. Mr.
M. E. church for home endless variety of patterns, there is
t purposes, this end may not be ready for navigation did not state to whom they had been Fred Goodwin's infant, which died ,
not a yard in the lot that cost less
x ; ; provided that the Vashti Blasengame
immediately as considerable sent to.For down the river, was bronght up on
Rescue Home, at Thomasville. Ga., than 35 cents special 25 cents.
this launch
and buried
clearing work follow the
completion -
be removed to the proffered loca- mint a pair of trousers go to Bran- Figured lawns especially good for

tion, which, we understand, has of the last cut. The canal ning's. Now on exhibition the larg- ladies' and children's dresses, in end- Co!. J. H. Hogan, of Artesia, left

been,accepted. The offer was made officials are feeling very happy over est assortment of latest cuts, $1.50to less variety of patterns, worth 15 this morning for Rockaway Beach,
the prospect of the materializationof $7.00. N. Y., where Mrs. Hogan and her
,.. by Mrs. E. K. Griffith, of the Florida cents a yard, Monday only 10 cents.Children's .
the work of thirty In sister Miss Scheffler -
some jeers. preceded him
Conference, on behalf of Misses Em- Special Fish Bill Becomes a Law white canvas oxfords,
spite of accidents and a multitude of several weeks ago. They expect to
ma and Tina Tucker, Evangelists. Mr. G. G. Howard returned from made in the Gibson style, plain toe,
other handicaps they have kept return to Banana river
per- some time in
Tallahassee Sunday night where he extra wide shoe laces, worth $1.75,
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES sistently at work, resting only when Monday's special $1.19. November. Mr. Tuten will be post-1
went last week in the interest of the
} Ladies' black monsqnetaire glovesin forced to by machinery getting out Ladies' white linen oxfords madein master at Artesia during Col. Ho-
lisle taffeta finish. bill allowing fish to be caught with
.of order. Before next winter boats gan's absence.
Automatic eye glass holders. seines in the dead water lakes of blucher style, worth $2.25.. Mon-
will be and down the canal
t New line allover and plying up
embroidery net. day only $1.69.Ladies'
i Refrigerator and watt coolers. and the prettiest trip in Florida, or North Brevard, west of this place, Extending East Coast Canal
vice kid oxfords the well-
Harries eye-glasses fitted and sold. other will be which are now said to be disconnected Civil D.
apy place, opened to I Engineer D. Rogers, ofDaytona
.. known Krippendorf. & Dittmann
Chaa. Gardner 'Phone 34 from the river ,
of the
a the The canal will be on account went to St.
public. not i worth Augustine last
$2.50, special $2.00.If .
Drug Business Changes Hands completed until carried to the St. I long continued drought. The bill week, where, in company with his
passed both houses last week. you are going away you cannot
Johns river at Jacksonville. Surveyors son Clarence, and officials of the
Arrangements were concluded the afford to miss those bargains in
Mr. G. G. Howard received
at work the route for a Florida Coast Line Canal and Transportation
are on I -
first of this week whereby the Red from Hon. Wade H. Jones trunks and dress suit cases Monday.
gram in
the final cut. j Co. a trip will be made
Cross Pharmacy changed hands-the Tallahassee If you live out of town we will send
When the canal from here south is I stating that over the two or more surveys for the
proprietor,Mr. F.A. Morgan,disposing the had you photographs of them.
formally opened some demonstrationwill i governor signed this special extension of.the canal north of St.
i of the same to a stock companyto fresh water fish bill. Mail orders promptly filled on any
celebrate the event. ; Augustine in order to the
be known as the Titusville Phar- I of the above goods.
feasible route. The
macy company, with Mr. Geo. M. Thursday Half-Holiday for Stores JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. more company
Specials in, Kline's Clothing andGents' intend to continue the work north-
I _Robbins as president; Mr. Geo. E. 'Phone No.8.Street .
Furnishing DepartmentMen's ward as soon as the Halifax and Ma- i
l Pritchett, vice president, and Dr.
blue linen suits, Monday's We, the undersigned, merchantsand tanzas section is completed.
Harry G. Utley as secretary, treas- ImprovementsGreat ;
business of the town of Ti-
special $5.00 per suit, twopiece.Men's men }

urer and general manager. famous Princely shirts made! tusville, agree'to close our respective improvements are now be- Mr. Robbins Buys McCoy Place

,. The new company took possession of splendid quality of madras, with places of business every Thursday ing made on the streets of South Ti- Mr. C. T. McCoy sold his handsome '
i of the business on Tuesday, the 7th
cuffs attached or detached in dark or at noon of each week for the afternoon tusville. This part of the town I home and orange grove at Sun- *
t inst. They will keep the stock fully
' light patterns, 75 cents would be the' and night this agreementto which has been sadly neglected in beam the first of this week to Mr.

up to the continuance present of standard the and solicit of right price,. Monday only 50 cents. I take effect beginning May 16th, I I the way of road improvements bythe I j Geo. M. Robbins, the sale including ,,

) a support Endless variety of patterns and in i 1907, and to remain in vogue duringthe I municipal authorities, is now re-I j in all about 21 acres of land. The
the of the Red Cross Phar-
patrons ;
' stripes and checks as well. : summer months or until the first ceiving considerable deserved attention. purchase' includes also about all the

macy. i day of October 1907: Two streets are being gradedby j house furnishings, and it is said that
The Red Cross Pharmacy has turn-
Church Notes i E. L. Brady & Bro. S. J. Norton the property owners with the un- this is the best furnished place in Ti-

ed over the newspaper and magazine Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at I Jas. Pritchard & Son G. H. Heath derstanding that the town will marlthe tusville. Mr. McCoy has been anx-
business to G. iL. Mandaville who
Indianola Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and! John Walker & Co. G. F. Duren road bed 20 feet wide. These! ious to sell for some time past and
full line in stock.
'\\ill.keep a 7:30 p. m. Lord's supper after: Chas. A. Gardner Julius Kline improvements start at Washingtonavenue it is conceded that Mr. Robbins secured -
Mr. took of the
Morgan morning service. i Winston S. Branning C. Collins near Mr. W. H. Hall's residence -: a bargain In| the purchase of
business a little over three :
years ago
The usual monthly sen.iceill be: --- run east to Mr. L. A. Brady'scorner 'this property. Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
and by dint of.hard work and perseverance Death of Mrs. Jas. CapehartMrs.
its conducted in the Catholic church by 1 1I thence south along the properties bins are at present spending a few

. built it up to present Father Curley. Sunday school at 41 James Capehart, who for owned by Messrs. L. A. Brady, days very pleasantly their new 1'
condition. I
flourishing p. m. Evening prayers and instruc-! many years has been a winter resi- !P. J. Hall, G. E. Pritchett, E. B. purchase. Mr. McCoy left Tuesday
that Mr. and
I We Morgan
leave tion at 7:30 p. m. Holy mass on i dent on Indian River, died at Athens, : Wager, F. M. Taylor, W. H. Hallj. for Jacksonville, where he will join

family expect to shortly for Monday morning at 7 o'clock. Ohio, on the 4th inst. Mrs. Cape- i 0. Walton Geo. M. Robbins, Mrs. :McCoy who recently went

England, where they have been I hart has always been frail and often- ,;, Mrs. Emma Renaker, and others. there to visit friends.
for time Mr.Morgan's The regular preaching services will .
wanting to go some times a great sufferer, yet her life j 4 jThe grading and marl roadbed will ----
father being anxious for be held in the Methodist church, Ti- i Engines For Sale
was one of unselfish devotion to thoseabout ; be carried on south to the town lim-
him to come home and looked after tusville, next Sunday at 11 a. m. and. : Two 5 h. p. double cylinder, four
her, and she endeared herselfto it, passing the properties of Mrs. A.
business matters for him. 7:30 p. m. Also services at Mims at cycle Peninsular motors. New and .
all whose privilege it was to havean Monroe and Messrs. D. B. Pritch-
I 3:30 in the afternoon. Everyone is i in first class order. Will be sold
Dr&s Making Parlors invited to these services. intimate acquaintance with her i|lard, P. Nelson, A. N. Nolle, etc. very low. G. F. PADDISON,

f Mrs. C. A. Krulder has opened dressmaking and by all that knew her she was.This is acknowledged to be the best Eau Gallie Fla.

parlors in THE STAR building, GUN REPAIR SHOP greatly esteemed. Funeral serviceswere residence portion of town and the Draying -
floor. Trimming bats a specialty.
ground Send your guns for repairs to Henry held at her home in Point Pleas- graded roadway will be an improvement -t Draving or hauling of all kinds promptly -

Call at Titnsville Livery, at rear ofRobbins' Benecke. All work thoroughly done ant, West Va., last Sunday. The in line with private property attended to.I ts all trains. Stove
law office, for stylish rigs. Guns loose in the breech tightened equalto wood for sale at all times. .
Leave your orders for hauling, both double new, also guns stocked and shotguns sympathy of the community is extended improvements in that section of the H. E. HOLTOX,

and single. J. M.Osban, proprietor. rebored, etc. H. Benecke, Titnsville, Fla. to her husband and daughter. town. Let the good work go on. 1 Titusfille, Fla.



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a was not successful, although It was be- a wall of obstruction composed of tbe

{}:.: < I COMMERCIAL. I lieved that a third party assisted In Democratic machine In league with a

ii: ?: the negotiation- minority of the Republican "regulars." TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
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Prior to the vote the great tension bad
t' /; .:: .: ., : :: Qattt Firm Down and Out. Bmger Hermann Not Guilty.
J ; been evident, and bitter words were SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL.
: The Washington Jury which had
". "" The famous stock speculating firm of ,
spoken by partisans of either side.
l' ';';:' C. G. Gates Co, in which John W. heard the extensive testimony submit-
\i ; 'A'-i :f';' Gates the Chicago millionaire turf ted In the case of the government The coalition was managed by Sen-

f 1 ,', ; .:t against Binger Hermann, former com- ators McCarren and Grady on the Dem-
:: ; plunger and his son Charles are principals -
ocratic side and Raines for the Modern Pullman Epu.1.pD1en.'tTHE
Republicans ;
:' \ ': of the
,,: :-- confessed: missioner general land office, on
f.:" while Armstrong led the Republican
3' the of )letter
:- liquidation last ,press
;. : : In favor of the
contingent gov-
\" ,_, week with liabilities I copy books containing official recordsof
.' the office ernor's policies. The speeches of the
'., ; ( aggregating rendered a verdict of not
.' 'i'. $90,000,000 as guilty. The trial had lasted ten weeks opposIng Republicans showed veno- JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE
: suit and the deliberated mous antagonism<' instance, Senator -
Jury twenty-one
; : the oft
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Raines said that if the NORFOLK VA.
hours. Mr. Hermann dismissed
: Mr;.:.> Wall street deals, after being ,
attempting to use the big stick to
former Hitchcock
J; part of which by Secretary
t '. .'. elected coerce the legislature he could see the
was representative
had been taken congressby
t end of Governor Hughes, while Senator Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
< Oregon constituency notwIth-
,'; i. ; over by ludivida -
;;. John W.Gates. ual members of standing that be was under the cloudof Armstrong deliberately notified the t I
.: ltalnes following that if they persistedIn .
":" i. the firm. Large loans had been obtained an Indictment. He admitted having
i of
l:r:' ',,,' in the effort of the elder Gates destroyed the books but said they con- crucifying the governor they would For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent" or
;. not come back Albany to do it again.
to form a rival to the steel trust by tained nothing but private correspondence write to

combining several large IDdependentJ while the government held that He characterized the anti-Hughes men S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr., Asst. General Passenger Agent
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as crooked sticks, to which rubber
'< contained evidence him
This the they connecting
:-: plants. plan was nipped by
stamps were much preferably, thus answering J.-\CKSO \ ,
''.- ,, money stringency and the decline In with certain land frauds.
the remark of Senator Hooker
i : ;: stocks held by the firm. The younger Packers' Rebate Fines Upheld.At .
that if the legislature was to be the
,: .Gates announced that both his father SI Paul In the circuit court of robber FLAMarine
stamp of the there
:' Band himself would retire from active appeals Judge Sanborn filed the opinion governor
was no use of Its convening. Anticipating :
.. ;-' Wan street t business and their firm anlrmlng the judgments againstthe the result Governor Hughes P .

rr would be dissolved about June 1. This packers for accepting concessionsof
had called the matter of legislative
LL' does not mean that the Gates family 12 cents a hundred less than the established up :.L

.' have "gone broke." The Gateses have rates from Kansas City, Mo., espousal reapportionment of a measure thus' indicating which would his L.t"8' Engines i

rented a big hunting near
preserve to points In foreign countries. This
the re-election of of his
? Paris. ,uphold.?the fines Imposed by the west- endanger many A A

H000,000' Bean Trust ern Missouri district court-namely. opponents. r
$15,000: each- on the Indicted firms Watterson Quotes Roosevelt. ARE
Francis of the
I ( ; former Judge Wing = nED
which are the Armour, Swift, Morris In answer to a direct question from
: federal district court at Cleveland says FOR SATISFACTORY
.% and Cudahy concerns. Judges Hook and the Boston Journal and the Washington ._ -
he has organized a $4,000,000 trust in
Adams concur. The decision will form Times as to bis authority for sayIng USE IN FLORIDA WATERS -- ;_ '
which is safe from attack.
". beans legal -
the basis of future action until It i* that he accepts Roosevelt's word I -
.;..' ..\ The company is to be Incorporated In
-1.. reviewed by the supreme court. renouncing a third term Editor 'Watter
'. : 0, Delaware as the Interstate Products Regal Marine Engines
; .,... son printed in the Courier-Journal a
company, and its promoters claim to Schmitz Seeks Immunity. 1f
how President Roosevelt -
statement telling
have options on nearly all of the 300 The Indicted mayor of San Francis Stand for the highest type of '

elevators in southern Michigan and co, Eugene E. Schmitz has proposed to told JL company of Washington mechanical skill and reliability '" ; i r '
last winter that if the They are four %= '
men +
western New York where most of the Prosecutor Ileney and Rudolph Spreck- newspaper spark ignition jump fts I r
automobile (
Republican convention should nomi- type _
: 1: bean crop Is grown. els to make a frill confession of his mechanical valves, float feed
nate him and adjourn it w.ottM> haveto Y
Record Diamond Prices. knowledge of municipal graft and to carburetor enclosed crank case. '' .
reassemble because he would not steam forged trank shaft and
t Diamond join the ranks of the reformers on condition t
4- Importers returning from
r- accept the nomination. This statement bearings Have the j
!.: Europe say that the price of diamonds that immunity from prosecutionbe fewest namberofwot king parts
he said, could be verified by a
: \i' is now higher than ever before and granted him. consistent with a perfect operating -
number of men present and therefore motor and
that the American demand is almost many other
he had accepted it as final. exclusive features found only in the Regal
unlimited. At the same time the I F POLITICALCongress I

4 South African diamond trust has declared It is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT

:* a dividend of 33 13 per cent. Spent $920,798,143. Made in three 3 e
types ll. and
3 Hooften do we hear it remarked 31i. P. single'cylinder 8 to 13 H.
'{+;t Steel Earnings $39OdOOOQ. Clerks of the house and senate com- I "It's only a cold," and a few days later P_ double cylinder.3o H. P. four cylinder

t. The report of the United States Steel mittees on appropriations have made learn that the man is on his hack with We also manufacture a line of heavy slow speed working

I-:.' '" company: for the first.quarter of the their annual complete statement of the i pneumonia. This is of such common occurrence from 8 Ii, I'. single cylinder to 45 H P four cylinder engines t

i year showed earnings of over $39.000.- expenditures of the last session of congress 'I that a cold, however slight, The many hundreds of Regal engines now in operation through

., 000 a gain of $2.500,000 over the same showing a total of $U"'O,. ,l-13. should not be disregarded. Chamberlain's out the country are a guarantee of the satisfaction they are giving
Cough Remedy counteracts
quarter of last year. No change was of which about loO,000,0"0; ) went for 'I any
? tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia Get a Regal in lie Don't
made in the dividend rates. pensions $_12.000.000 for the po and has gained its great popularity Beginning Experiment

nearly $200,000,000 for the toffice'l and extensive sale by its prompt cares Handsome explanatory catalogue mailed free on request
racy and $111,000000 for the \ of this most common ailment. It always =

I LEGALCRIMINALPolicy I Labor Opposition Increases. uircpandis pleasant to take. For tale Regal Gasoline Engine Co.

In all druggists i and medicine dealers.
From all l parts of the nation the volume Cold Water, Michigan

v } Holders' Men Arrested. of criticism directed against the KflertK of Drafne

On the charge made by the New president: i for his public reference to.. An ear specialist insists that deafness
'_ York district attorney's office that there the accused i I .
I miners leaders as "unde- affects ail the senses lie says the reason -, :
,t was a conspiracy In the work of the International ', sirable citi7enshas"increased among for this I is that the ear Is only onA

Policy Holders' committee the. various federated labor unions! At servant of the sensory service of the
r > y... to vote forged and void ballots at then New York the committee which last
human !system Loss of hearing; is
e ,t recent election of trustees for the New week was instructed to call on the really a partial paralysis of the brain THE SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO

a Yotk life three representatives of the president but abandoned the trip aft but owing to the sympathetic connection -

: j committee were arrested. Including er the publication of the presidents: of the various sensory nerve centers THE FARRAND-CECILIAN PIANO
': George It Scrujjham. manager The leply to the Chicago; defenders of Moyer. of the brain the others indirectly

.J;r main point of the charge Is that Just linywo aud I'ettilwue, order
tie S was concerned have to combat for their
1.1. prior to the election a large number of ed to insist upon seeing the chief executiie very life the demoralizing influence of THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO

: : :} .ballots for the policy holder ticket In many cities parades and the affected center

1 t were not In proper form and were al mass neetings hate been held to express -,-

'.. tert"l.l'by the accused men so aq t" disapproval of the president and For Over Sixty Years ___

$ j.': .: make them comply with the iusunuv to n.Ne more funds for the legal de I Mr*. Wimlows'oothin.r: ; Syrup has --

law. Mr Scnisjlmm defends his course Tense of the accused men whose trial : been ned for over sixty rears bv millionsof 1

4 '.' by saying that th! altered ballots were at Poise City Ida.. draws near mothers for their children while teething .
deposited with a statement of the cir. I I : with |>erfecl success. It soothes the
McCleilan Peace
euawtancesN.1 thit e matter could he Murphy child, softens the gums allays all pain,
paseaJ' u't.>n bj the proper authorities I That Mayor McClellau of New York cares wind colic, and is the best remedyfor 1 1'j 1j
'I and bit course in tleftnded by MmuellUnternyer. I has consented to abandon his nzbt: on diarrhoea It will relieve the poor '

> ':inin el 1 for the tomiuittit I the Tammany organization: In the in, liUleMiffereMmmfHlia'elv; :Sildhv drn j
tercet of Democratic harmony was srists i in every part of the world. Twenty.
The tlnn lusel
: : 5 were upon statements '
; "; made by women employees! of I duly announced l-y Corporation Couu five cents a bottle IV Fine and ask for 'j'jI
del Ellison "Mr AVm&low's} :Soothing S\rup"and
early in the wee:. and this i
the committee who bad been dismissed
!1 tike no otj,"r k'nd Guaranteed under I
}. and subsequently were employed by was continued bj; theulIiln: clan. the food and) linu"! act, June JOth, l'0" >. I 1
t \: the New York Life ; representing Tainmanv serial) number IIJ.IS I

On the same day Jacob Frank an 1 I Mellen's Word to Roosevelt.

_1, agent of the New York Life, was arrested -:i Then\ :n of a (.b}"kll valuation of

on complaint of Mr Scmjrlniu; I the railroad of toe country so as to i sli-- **r '

charge of In the enable the federal Chamberlain'sCough
on a forgery signing coeni..ieut t> cor
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names of about IjO:: policy holder Kit I 1 rest an,1 hx: rates justly was Mid to boo!

... lots from some of whom he had con 1 I the'subject! ofi conference between

4 i- sent and others not.i I; President Itoosetelt and President ss e I

I .:.. Bond Thefts Now $800,000. j Mellon of the :New haven !system at I

: Later details of the bond robbery of the White House;; The railroad man, II .-. :

the Trust Company of America came j who is known a* a i ersonal friend of I II

i ri to light through; the examination of ; the president frankly said that he was I

j 'I. Loan Clerk Douglass confederate j In favor of such a course anti that he

Broker Dennett It was found that the I felt sure that so far as his road was t

ki actual value of the bonds taken was 1 concerned the result would sluw that it

;; not less than $HK ,CH.iO and that Dona I i was under rather than over cipitali/ed I I

t lass had laid aside $:tXJCMO more for j j John F Stevens. formerly of the Panama -

} ; convenient abstraction on the morning i canal commission is understood to I

.: f that suspicion aused his sudden departure i be making such valuation of the New A line that meets all demands

.| Douzl s and his associates !1 I Haven lines.Coalition Remedy both as to quality and price

I had raised about $200,000 In cash andS Thwarts Hughes. The Children's Favorite

loans on the stolen collateral It was I When the New \orU state !senate voted -CCRES---

i ; admitted by the trust company officials '! 27 to 24 again the removal of Insurance Coughs, Colds, Croup and Selling Price from $450 to $850Full

4s- that they had paid out 105,000 to re- I' Superintendent Kelsey. con Whooping Cough.

,r # 'cover most of the bonds which had trary to the recommendation of Governor ThlgremedjU famoa* for its cure*over particulars sent on application
been placed with various brokers, and Hughes, after an exhaustive investijration Urge part o( Uncivilized world. It can
I alweys be depended upon. It contains DO -- -----------------
\ .. that the actual loss would be $140,000, of Kelsey's official conduct opium or other harmful drag and may b --
given M to a baby as to an adult
I considering the $25,000 bond of the the state and the country at large were
f Price 25 cts; Large Size, 5O eta.
loan clerk The effort to connect a represented HOUSE TITUSVILLEf

rSL prominent. Boston man with the deli ,
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quirements and starchy plants yield

J.n alcohoL One of our explorers last year x

found the Siberians at Tomsk growinga .

large variety of potato for the alco- Seldom

hol it yields. He brought back half a

ton of them which will be distributed

this spring among the experiment sta Wear Out

tions." He made the further state-

ment that corncobs made eleven gal- f

I lons of alcohol to the ton and sweet Dr. MilfiS' AntiPainPills

: : corn stalks seven, and that alcohol relieve
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could be made from unmarketable fruit

r and vegetable matter and many refuse only once, but as many

plants.An times as it is necessary to

s.u Epidemic of Strikes. take them. Many persons <.
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L ; : May day was observed many cities who suffer from chronic .

as a suitable time for commencing ,

This Alas been put into book form \>j Problem of Flying Solved. strikes for the correction of labor griev ailments find in them a

I L EDUCATIONAL I the Century company. lie would apply Professor Alexander Graham Bell, ances. In San Francisco 3,000 men source of great relief from

t- I to the education of children the lessons the Inventor of the telephone, in a employed In the iron trades went out. the suffering which they -

f- $2,000,000 From Rockefeller. : he has learned In the training of London Interview said that the,problem and a strike on the lines of the United 1

f; It was recently announced that John I: plants. Of course the essential foundation of aerial navigation had been soled Railways and In the offices of the Pa- would otherwise be com

? ; D. Rockefeller had made an additional of his work Is the crossing of species and that America was ahead of the cific States Telephone and Telegraph pelled to endure. Their

n of j I but he explains that this unaccompanied rest of the world In the developmentcf company Is threatened. In Rochester,
) gift
$2,000,000 to the University: of soothing influence
- : by selection, wise supervision flying machines heavier than air. X Y.. 100 sections hands on the New upon
Chicago, this gift taking the form of ;
real Intelligent care and the utmost Professor[ Bell gives first credit to Octave York Central went on strike for an in- the nerves strengthen
et estate, upon which It is designed I
I to extend the institution. This makes j patience is not likely to result In good : Chanute Chicago, to whose efforts crease of wages In Chicago mechanIcs rather than weaken them. ,

' I I and may result In vast harm. Mr. Bur- much of the progress in America employed on the new plant of the
the total of Mr. Rockefeller's contributions For this reason they sel.
l I bank says that the opportunity now is due. The only question that is left Western Electric company went out .
to the university over 123,000,000,
: presented in the United States Is a said Professor Bell Is that of improv- on a sympathetic strike. Three hundred dom lose their effective '.
of which $0,000,000 has been given
t within the past sixteen months. grand one for developing the finest lag the machine created by the Wright carpenters in loungstown: 0.. ness. ,

race the world brothers. Incidentally he let out the went on strike for an Increase of 23 "I am 62 years old and have suffered

Prominent Educators Pensioned. has ever known. fact that the aeroplane constructed by cents per day In wages. Milwaukee for 4% years from nervous troubles.

',' Notwithstanding a recent announce- because "we are the: late Professor Langley of the (\Ms) carpenters and painters to the of rheumatism the heart and shortness neuralgia of palpitation breath. ._

: ment that the Carnegie foundation fort -_ more crossedthan Smithsonian institution is to be tried number of 173 went on strike for an sleeplessness and pain around the
heart. The Dr. Miles
Anti-Pain Pills
- the advancement of teaching had decided again his assistant Increase of 2 cents .
any other by Mr. Mauley, }2 per hour. Five have been a blessing to me. I don t
i not to admit state universities to r p4 t nation in the who risked his life in the first eiperi: hundred slate workers In the quarries:; know what I should do without them.

the list of beneficiaries of the pension history of the ment when machine and man were at Fairhaven \'t., struck for a nine and ever they used are that the either only remedy did not I wear have

J system, the president of the board has. world II e plunged into the Potomac river after a hour day A numoer of mill workers out in less time than I have been using -

l.- now made the statement that on ac- notes, that the short flight. Professor Bell went to also went out. Practically all the Mere them such or that else would the Injurious be obliged results to d

-t count of distinguished .-, results of this England to receive the degree of doctor quarries In Fairhaven Castletoa and cease their uv
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academic are visible Just of science which was conferred Poultney are tied up. In Denver. 27 Carter St.. Chattanooga Term.

t I services exceptions as much as In upon him by Oxford on May 2. The Colo., a strike of woodworkers in the Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by

have the crossed races professor will continue his experimentsat planing mills and lumber yards. Involving the your first druggist package, who will will guarartee benefit. If that It

r,. r been made so of plants-namely Cape Breton island: this summer 1,000 men. was inaugurated. fails i he will return your money. ep
< 25 doses. 25 cents. Never
sold in bulk.
f' "-' w% as to permit of .,eaow all the worstas and will propel hU kites with a specially Wilmington (Del.) carpenters to the Miles Medical Co. Elkhart Ind }

1 ykNlrr pensions being well as all constructed engine of fifteen number of 209 struck for an IncreaseIn ,

t ;t t accorded to Dr. the best quail horsepower weighing; 120 pounds lie wages.At .

\ E.BenjamdnAndrews Luther Burbank. ties of each are expects to get a machine that will support Boston the master teamsters have I YYMIJL '

\ chancel brought out in their fullest Intensities. a man and the necessary equipment asked the courts to enjoin tbe striking; I The 'fe tVat.abteStlriackttnuLB MtSuilding -

.f- ;_. \ lor of the Unit lIe Improves upon the proverb that I at low eloclty teamsters from interfering with the. Bouts: cirr rbluhed.RUDDER

: ';. versity of .Xe- to reform a man you must begin with Automobile Baggage Trucks. new employees Mayor Fitzgerald baying

4 'J braska; Francis his grandfather, by saying that you refused to exert pressure after
.: Judging from the success of a trial
11. Smith for must begin with the grandfather when Governor Guild had failed to send. HOW-TO BOOKSOver
t -t. motor driven baggage; truck in the
.. E.. Benjamin Andrews more than fifty tie Is a child. He advises against too Philadelphia station of the Pennsylvania troops as was desired by the employers Toro boas lure teen built from the linn

Jean professor of natural philosophyat early schooling, and expresses the belIef printed in IV books Successfu3v sailed In
it is expected that these new vehicles
clime and sea Full detail
# every upon every
the University of Virginia; WilliamF. that "overeducatton Is the curse will now be adopted in all the At Xew York the strike of the longshoremen drawn, of ail pen, showiri what it i* and

}Folwell president of the University of modern child health In America. attained alarming proportions how to mate U--T tilt extremely simple.
larger stations of the country.INDUSTRIAL.
of Minnesota, and Amos X. Cur saying that the age of ten is time when more than 3,000 of them refused HOLY TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50

'53 rier, for forty years professor of Latin enough to think of school Prior to to go back to work loading or twerp Ifi rout, guoil_>ra'wq.oat..Mc.tLrin tor"a.ta U/*?to.lara haild UM frame buaUMM a:.1 a.._.

and Greek In the University of Iowa. that period he would han the child I I unloading vessels unless they: got an HOW TO BUILD. A SKIPJACK

It is understood that the annual sum live in the open in close touch with increase from 30 cents to 40 cents an A fine boat for a.tnw>. .a.1'*g or knorknw about falOnai

t bestowed Is between $ .500 and $3,300 nature, where he can get plenty of sun 'Than hour for day work and from 4:> to 60 Iwlyapsa.ap.Ir.sof-A-r IIli.1.nancodul.hnerh.dtaio.poeer'V. vumpk4ed hats.
More Broken Rails Ever.
: In speaking of their action the officials shine, good air and nourishing food. cents an hour for night work. All the HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP t
The New York state railroad commission Sod 'u "It say that this step indicates no changeof lie contend that by crossing selection, big liners were In danger of being tied i.. A_"'.. tv a aDd Anslnlia t ea, to mild; aof
finds that there were 3.014
: policy by the trustees of the foundation cultivation and persistence you can fix : up. loaiavti.HOW .
breakages In rails* on the principal TO SUiLD A CTCTOR LAUNCH
; that the ordinary college professor In the child any desirable trait be it
simple ar4 prrL.kiro.iw how ieusAract slaend 1
steam lines of the state during the :
or In state universities will not participate honesty, fairness, purity, industry, I EXECUTIVEMcClellan J hall tut...e e..a au> kM first as compared with 820
'In the benefits of the fund although thrift, or what not He admits that quarter HOW TO BUILD.. A KNOCKABOUT
the of last A line as ..! '" ... ,
during same period year. *' .n .t goal tall Jl xcaOeat
an exception will occasionally heredity will make Itself felt first and ads,. .wtiIk 'OK..:.......... ....h
This matter has been called to the attention Statue Unveiled.
S be made In the case of really distiugulshed thit there will be strung tendencies to HOW TO BUILD A 3HOAL-DRAUGHTSLOOP
service. reversion to ancestral traits but. In the of the American Railway association Iu the triangular intersection of Con- A drvrr b.tie auiiB*boat, via moiletata craraanya aac
In convention at Chicago with cectic-ut avenue. California avenue ana seala and pleaHOW
main. the child
you can give the desirable TO CUIL3 A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
Model Exposition Playground. the request that it be placed before the
Columbia road at almost the highest .
traits by patience and well directed EasytohvU;rTmtiurr ur*.tI"d&he craft for a by
S The Playground Association of supervision In the formative! years. rai'! manufacturers to discover whetherthe point: In the city of Washington the orcatrg

4 America will open July 1 a model plaj Ills increase In breakages Is due tom ennestrian: statue of General George B. HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHTA i
studies hate led him to the conclusion -
rotupMr drvn4 an of bow to bald model,sue Ua
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ground at the Jamestown exposition that environment: Is the architectof '\* methods of manufacture or to deterioration Mci-Iellin. who commanded the Army 1f 101.11I.I ia tall."....,.;....
;; containing only homemade apparatus In the metal
heredity and that all characteristicswhich comiiositioa of the Potomac in the civil war was
that Is, not patented, or such a* can PRICE $1. EACH
are transmitted have been acquired Railway Accidents at Night. unveiled with fitting ceremony May 2,

be duplicated by an ordinary carpenterat Ui'une M Stratton the Johns Hopkins it being the very spot where )lcClelL1n's PREPAID SY E..PFSS. ANTHER
1 small The playground will Bound n cloth Told I ttering-Siff of pag
expense. Roosevelt's Four Maxims. university expert on railway statistics army once eami His on, 9 by 12 KJt,50-Uqc:. citj.1J'iv.n; pbns. P
200 feet and will accom- '
occupy square discusses in the May Centurythe Mayor George McClellan flf New
modate COO children The object Is to Jacob Uiis In a remit address! at subject of railway disasters at York city, pulled the cord which loosed THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
show municipalities particularly In Philadelphia said that President:: Roosevelt 9 MyBH STREET NEW YORK, U. S. A
: the and President Roosev
night and makes practical ge tiuus fastenings, -
.1 the south the advantage and economy had placed his policy in four hitherto for a change of system which would v'? reviewed a great military parade S."tst.zl. ftr Ci.'cgf of Root for
of giving city children such opportunities unspoken maxims. as follows: I K4.s.14.a j.
minituiz. acxidents Profess Stratton in honor of the event During; the day .. .
for health and development The First.-I'dt yourself for tbe work God I -- _
wants to shift the responsibility of I the Society oj the .\rnl) of the Potomac -
will Include such familiar has for to c'o in this world and
apparatus you :
; the traveler's safety from the color and other civil war societies belt:
: devices as swings seesaws slides lose rio time about it. .
faculty to the space sense" by makingthe reunions.Missouri's Ferry!-rds
,: ladders, sand piles basket ball, volleyball eond.-IIaw all the fun that, is vane of the semipl ore luminousat "Valjean" Pardoned. i; a are not aa expen-- I
bars etc Supplementing coming to mrnt.bntwithpropercultrvattonL'teyas.are
flying rings, you
ni ht. Such a line of fare would be In the federal penitentiary at Leaveuwortu success .
t the outdoor exhibit there will Third.-Go ahead. do something aul from the start ter*tiave no ,
strikingly different from the usual
be an Indoor one, consisting! of photographs be willing to take th* rcspoiisibilitv Kan. was enacted the climax don. ts at p:antin? nor disap-
lights of buildings on streets and uf a touching ilr.iiua ill the life of a ta.nrmeat, at haa rst. (.ct .
of playgrounds In all cities Fourth.-Ieiru l>y jour mistake-
would stand out distinct from the colored
t onviet who had tried to reform, bur
!, which carry on such activities and Says Thre'ls No Soul. lights ninth it might SI'eW'ie whom the I.IIwl.l down uuul bl' wasreseed
.data to the cost cf as In a public lecture: un psychology In to fontmie fur other This through executive e l luit'ne'v extended

I etc There will also be movIng the state university at Vm Prancisev continuous line of light, moieover I I'J the >r r t

pictures of playgrounds In operation Dr. R, P, Angler of Yale declared that would l e visible at a far greater distance president of the
J and a series of lectures by play I for hilRCSt, surest, best crops >
according to his uew clwlogy" than is the present single light I'ni:ed Mates ata.t al-rs Vamousforover ftl'J07s

experts. there is no soul or attributes of the It would at oucv remove all need of I I Not unlIke Ilugo S'Y'at ;cd .tnaual

soul The !"soul he said 'accordm to disctrumhethtr the light burned '-* JIMUal free 03 request t
D. H. FERRY & CO.. Fr
J SOCIOLOGICAL ) new psychologists: exists only as a white or green or r.-
logical postulate, a merely symbolic' abbreviation which the distinction bring- It would a J"= J;intiarv hall cbai i

independently of its expres ; be \'irtuaIlJl"Ontiuuiu at night tbe I I. >el from pmon ,
Race Suicide Stirs Roosevelt.An ions and functions of tbe psychic same system of signals which is used ; H 'boX te w !inch b1 50 YEARS'

article In a recent number of the facts thcmsehes during the dij i had UTD sea EXPERIENCE
Reviews by Dr. Cronin on i \ r 'y
A Steel Irrigation Canal. ; fI U'ii' e.l for IJrt'ak
in the Public School. I !
The Doctor upholding
drawn [SCIENTIFICPlant The Nework' nsimvring: News' re-I \.... lug int. a II Avid
has t. '
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Kooseelt a letter to : ,
from President '
canal built out of sla'dtt'el the I : i.r.brtts :1; ;''' ''
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Dr thaw, editor of the \ 1\ .
such teach and Animal Unity. \ssuan dam. i.i PIHT Eypt. The canal t'' \\ "t'r, :.J.t .,","

Reviews, protesting against 1'1'Ilft'.sor Iay I-ank"ster in his newwont i> built of so'ukylmdiual nvete1stetl. / : :i hall c'nit. 1'r work TRADE MARKS

Ing. Dr Cronin makes the statement I l'n the "Kinsdoai of Mau' eleI erected ulon the surface of the \\ 1 ,cfr1 I Ia :,;111',1 IHlde;' .. DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS -

that physical defects go hind in hand ) darts I that tbe ree-eut discovery of the I I I around and then tilled irouml t"> its ".'" '\"\ r 1 / '" a a a' .. .. :ill".i'i J &c.
families. whether of the :. I. Anrnne v: ding a sketch and d"lCThtinn may
with large esxutiil unity of plaint l and annual U':' level with earth It L-" nine feM \ -t.S: g,I naa'e to life all 1'JI..I'1! .a" ..+n. v iropiii' i ,free *Lter: asriv'9
rkh or of the poor, but this the president { :; ; ip Rl y patei!tal le. "DiDiUIII"
is not less '!h making \ b !:(>- Ii ,
or-rin sus ci>m ; 01 h null**, in diameter and has :> : ; s"frl' jf !iBtlt ituJ Han says Is not true. In proof of his fnl I li'l': Ill' .. +vn free. e> lest agency for e':urunr pAU-tit-'
than tae of the circulation of :
disco\erv ili of fe.t four In'h's ?
the ui, tweny-oue I'deJ! tui thrauib 3inn0 4 fog receive
position the president jioiiits out the I.K>o.J. His book, which is: published William J.nal' married and vas 1pf..J AUtIu. without charge: in tbe

fact that athletes are most apt to be b%' Holt V. <'o., shows tint the Steamship Men Winning Strike. I successful in"iilea. until :t'r rkan.A

found In fair sized families. and hepoints cell is; the same factor in the growth )hl:st of tie \JLintn roistwiM! SteamhII I prison mate tried to Wa! <-knail! :1n,1 Sckatifici, .
vital statistics of Mass*- .. Iut-s; 11:1.1 iUxl to the demand <'" oJ..t 1'11'-
to the ; ?<>< finally aJ hIm
of l both animal nn.1etable life anti expose sn that he witarrested ; '; : >aL 1:0"8., fa.
cnasetts. showing that the average of the misttrs mates and other officers i Then )'P\!-: f'ur tussahs JLMUflN&Co.3S1Bfoad"st..d t.i II "e.IfI"lil,.
that the animal is a mo\uu plant Vn many piomiueiirMlssourians
Vmencan family Las v' few children lip rtx-eatl\ :111'i.ulisL; held that each for higher! wag.':; wh.'n their c :2ic il r- I' : interested tbt'm.'t's m >, New York

that the birth rate has fallen below iguationwent into effect May 1. and a the raseand the .. I K.amhh,a <:S t -..tVIL t>iDICI'Jn.l' C.
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tate |lat
vegetable; unit is taxed up in :i case ;gis !!
the death rite' lIe reiterates hid belief conference was in progress-} with tbQwnt'I' formally asked for talaasaafsals
of cellulose!" but that animal cells not I' January's parll.n.Wh'n
that the tendency of veil to d) families bemi so imprisoned elo frt"l.'Il'om! :) of the other lines this evidence came befon* th>. 4 K THE COUCH

t"> die out means the eliminationinstead niuau':ite, Tie jirotcijtlasm is not now Alcohol the Future Fuel.! I president on :May 1 be wrote a m rte CURE THE LUNGS
of the survival of the fittest. the iAf1J' _
regarded sis a eLeiiiieal l'xprl'ssi..n j but Secretary of Agriculture Wilson In a i oa pipers asking the tl*'pirt'aeiit ---

an.1 ho declares that our country could ai structure hoU'n:; In its meshes recent address before the Vmencus of JuUe to pardon the man ounhtvhich ::: ,

not omtlni'e to exist if it paid heedto many andariril chemical bodies It club at Pittsburs referred at considerable : wt dune. This was the mews r WiTH Dring's

the expressed or implied! teaching; is now known that the stain taking leu::th to the work the department J that the wife and little daiubrir; of

of such artkles) which furnish excuse I I bands or chromosomes on the nucleusof is doing toward the developmentof j January brought to the pristw.Appendicitis: New
unnatural prevention of childbearing I -- -- -- Discovery!
e for every I cells are of definite fixed number, tbe production of aleotul for Industrial -

and for every form of gross I varying; in different species: of plantsand Uses lie said: No' more coal is i I Price

I and shallow selfishness in American animals, and that they are halved being made Our wood fuel is gettingscarce : Ia doe in a large mea-are to abus of FOR CONSUMPTION SOc & $1.00

social life.Training I in number In the reproductive elementsthe and the supply of mineral oils 1 the beads, by mplovinir drastic purgai Free Trial.
i live" To avoid all danger Dr.King's .
use: only
the Human spermatozoid and the ovum-so will It is high time
some day cease ;
I j : New Life rill!?, the safe, gentlecleansers
Luther Burbank, the famous Califor- that on unIon of these two to form the we were looking about for sources of I I and Guaranteed for all THROAT and
.niarantee l
nla plant culturist. has extended: his : fertilized ovum the proper specific numI light heat and power. Other countriesare to core ht'aJacIIf>, hiliouenes.tna'arii! or MONEY
well known theory of plant culture to I >'r is :.t' isML doing thIs.I hol meets. the re- I I and j tundice, at Red Cross Pharmacy 25e.,

the improvement of, the human_species.


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7 : r 'THE' FLORIDA STAR Text of Bill Against Lobbying court held: "It is, however the

i'I'I"'*' ,.".- : .. Lobbying of a vicious characterwill right of every citizen who is interested HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS. ..

;""It. Entered at the poatoffice atTrtmrille M have a closed season if the bill, in any proposed legislation to em-
.econd-elass maillUtter.
>;..,... introduced by Mr. Calkins, of Nas- ploy a' paid agent to collect evidenceand
;.1&i..l r ;.' : a"1IC111s B. Water P Mi h r."PUBLISHED sau, in the house last Monday ever facts to draft his bill and ex-
f ; EYEBY FBIDAY MORSTSG becomes a l law. plain it to any committee or to any .

.A'< '" Not much chance of its being ef- member thereof or of the legislature CongressmanMeekisoii f

;< x'. :'Y;. :.: fax It must STAB be nor clearly'its editor understood is responsible that neither for fective during this session of the leg- fairly and openly and ask to have it ,

pinions expressed by correspondents. islature, but it will be a vigilant introduced; and contracts which do

; .- -: guard around the legislature of 1909 not provide for more and services

._- The bill creating the new county if it passes. which do not go farther, violate no f

':J;. of Palm Beach having passed the 'If it does not pass, tb ose who vote principle of law or rule of public pol- '

? ;x ..t;$::. senate by a decisive vote, and the against it will doubtless have diffi- icy. But it is necessary to disclose Gives ; ,

4 ;'.: bill creating the new county of Pin- culty explaining to their constituentswhy agency to prevent the contract from ;!

: J elms having passed the lower house, they so voted: being illegal." (Marshall. B. &

: O. R. Co. 1853,57U.S. 314 ) and Praise ;
:1 the county divisionists seem tohave_ "Whoever by any personal solicita- ;

the leading hand at Tallahassee.The tions of a member of the l legislature "contracts providing for compensa- ,

people of lower Dade might justas of this state, during a session thereof tion contingent upon success are = To
letter void as against public policy," (Tristvs.
well to bow to the inevitable by private interview or or
message, or other means and appli- Child, 1874,88 U. S. 411.) .
and take their medicine grace-
... ances not addressed solely to the --- ': PerunaFor ; ,
fully. There is nothing to be gained Letter to Judge Jones !
judgment to favor or to vote
oppose !
:-i by having neighborly rows in the .
Titnsville Fla.
;:., for or against any bill, resolution,
newspapers about the matter. We report or claim pending, or: to'be introduced Dear Sir: They're glad they found out -

?fit -,: suppose that Atlantic county will be in either branch/ thereof, De>o t
.' Corpus Christi, Texas, is right on the
< the next one on the state map form- who misrepresents the nature of his gulf and one of the hardest climates for HJs to:

ed out of the east part of Volusia. interest in the matter to such member paint; hot gun, ealt air,and strong winds. ,
The Sidbnrv building, painted Devoein
or who is employed for a con-
1899 is a ehinia g example of perfectpaint

: i I Geo. P. Rowell's write-up of Florida sideration by a person or corporation snow white after 7 years, as if --f Relief :
painted l last' week. .
y. in a publication called Printer's interested in the passage or defeatof We should like every propertyownerfrom f .
1 Ink carries upon the face of it the such bill, resolution, report or Maine to Mexico to see that white i ;
claim for the of procuring white white.Experience. From :
purpose ,
} ; fact that he knew very little of this teaches who wants to learn ..
the defeat thereof shall .
or ,
state. There may be a few who I passage as well as who waits to be kicked. .
be punished by imprisonment not ex- Your, truly, !
f' : would believe what Mr. Rowell says, F. W. DEVoE&Co ; Catarrh. .
fine t
ceeding one year, or by exceeding .
but most of the thinking and reading 34 New York.P. .
: five hundred dollars. S. Jas. Pritchard ,X. Son sell!! our paint. $
I people of this country already "Nothing in this act shall be so y I It

r c: know more of the peninsular state construed as to prevent any personor The Cause of Delay

\- than Mr. Rowell does, and they certainly persons from drafting petitions,
f. That the state '
legislature now
4 would not be mislead' by his bills, or resolutions attending to the .-..
; half through its session, has NA.
; mendacious statements. Fortunately taking of testimony, collecting facts,
frittered away valuable time in use-
for Florida Printer's Ink does not preparing arguments and memorialsand and I feel benefited )
less squabbling is being asserted by J 1 have used several bottles of Peruna greatly
-'. happen to reach the credulous class, submitting them orally or in \ thereby from my catarrh of the head. I feel encouraged to believe that If f 1
to committee memberof substantially every paper in the state. / use It a short time longer I will be fully able to eradicate the disease of
hence the article does not call for writing a or An inestimable number of bills f i thirty years' standing."--David Meeklsoo. j
the legislature of this state and
the editorial guns to be brought into have been introduced over 600, we --
other services of like character, intended OTHER REMARKABLE CURES.Mr. .
action. believe-and of that number few indeed -
-in0-noru- _'1Tj-w_ to reach the reason of legis- .Jacob L. Davis,Galena, Stone county, Mo., writes: "I have been in bad
that would
lators." are measures proveof health for thirty-seven years, and after taking twelve bottles of, your Peruna I
; e ,u, Being too familiar with a rank I any service to the state. Many of am cured." Mr.A. E.Kidd, well-known architect,5477 Jefferson Ave., Chicago
At the last session of the Missouri
n stranger, a man whom he had not them have been inspired by the sel- Ill.,writes: "I have had catarrh over half of my life. I tried nearly every catarrh

g known for a day, probably caused! legislature Governor Folk issued an fish purposes of politicians of differ- remedy advertised beside a great many physicians' treatments, all of which
order requiring lobbyists to registerat f aL d. I had heard and read of Pernna and decided to try it. I have taken serea
;. # the death of Geo. Newcomb, a prominent ent sections and are local in charac- "
I. the executive office upon comingto bottles of it and weigh 172 pounds.
and popular young man of West ter, while many others are positively A SINCERE RECOMMENDATION.Mr. .
the capitol, and also on leaving; to
Palm Bach Wednesday afternoon. harmful and should they pass would .D.C.Prosser,R.F. D.No.2, Shelby, Oceana Co.,Mich.fwntes: "Two years
state to the the object of :
governor work incalculable injury to Florida. ago 1 was badly afflicted with catarrh of the stomach. I had had a run of typhoid
w The trite old saying that "familiarity
their visit and to give the same information The Jacksonville Metropolis discourses fever,was very depleted. 1 could find nothing I could eat without canning distress
breeds contempt" was proven too to the press, and to leave and sour stomach. Finally I came to the conclusion that I had catarrh of

It true in this sad occurrence. After the city within a limit of thirty judiciously on this state of the stomach and seeing; Peruna advertised, began to take it. It helped me soon,
affairs. "It is the opinion of those and after taking three or four bottles 1 was entirely cured of stomach trouble,
i some words about a game of pool hours. Fear of inquiry into their
who have closely observed the proceedings and can now e-u an v thinT"Play

4 it is said that the deceased made an methods led to a compliance with -- ----
declares -
of the -- --
legislature, -- -

uncalled for remark or pass at Troy,, this order. that paper, "that that body is very

which led up to the shooting, Troy The subject of lobbying being at much behind in business, and that

deeming that his life was at stake this time one of pertinent interest the next thirty days the hardest kind Ball !
extracts from a pamphlet compiledon
-+ # shot to kill. This should be warning of work will be necessary to com-
the subject for the legislative ref-
to all men to be extremely cautious plete legislation. The legislature is
erence department of the Wisconsinfree
now on its last thirty days, and un-
in their actions toward others and library commission are here re-
toward less more time is devoted to business
especially so strangers. produced:
many bills will never receive consid- A Complete Line of
A general -imiformity of opinion
eration. There has been introducedover
Oldest Veteran of SeminoleVar
prevails in English and American
600 bills and resolutions since -
A claim has been made that Madi- jurisdictions on the subject of lob- SI.A.: :LDING'SBASE :
the sixty days' session: began, and
'' son Horn, a citizen of Wartous,, bying. The following definitions are #
less than fifty of them!have been
z, N. M., is the only man living who typical:
finally disposed of. The principal
;, took part in the Seminole Indian war Wisconsin-"To lobby is for a per- BALL GOODSCarried
measures affecting the interests of
in this state. "Uncle Matt, as he is son not belonging to the legislatureto
the state should be taken up at once
known, was born in Boone, county,, address or solicit members of the
and disposed of and not laid over un- by
_' Mo., in 1819. legislative body, in the lobby or else-
til the last day and then rushed
Capt. A. J. Lewis, of West Palm where, away from the house, with

": Beach, is entitled to the honor of be- view to influencing their votes." through pellmell, and afterwards The H. & W. B. DREW CO.
killed in the courts for being improperly -
t ing the oldest living veteran of the New York-"Lobby services are
. passed. It is the hope of
*ii, Seminole war. He was born in generally defined to mean the use of
the people of the state that some
4 Charleston May 15th, 1818, and came personal solicitation, the exercise of Distributors for Florida
much needed work be done at
.' to St. Augustine in 1836 as a private personal influence, and improper or very
once, so it can be properly done and
fe in the 1st. S. C. Regiment. This corrupt methods, whereby legislativeor JACKSONVILLE FLORIDASend
all of the requirements of passage ,
regiment in company with a battalion official action is to be the pro-
adhered to, so that they will stand
"i' of U. S. Regulars marched from duct."
the test if attacked in the courts.: for catalogue and samples for uniforms
; St. Augustine to Tampa and back. United StatesrNumerous decis-
There is no disguising the fact that
Y f .\. At Volusia, on the St. Johns river, ions of the United States supreme there is an uneasiness: felt that the __ __ _u _

.:' they had a battle with the Seminoles court point out the distinction be-
delay in disposing of certain needed ENNIS
'j under command of Chief Huchebilli, tween legal and illegal attempts to :pond a Pleasant & FORTTITUSVU.LE
matters will defeat them, and it isvery
( who was second to Osceola in com- to influence legislation.In .......
Half 5i5 H5 -
necessary that they be taken up Hour 'f TBlacksmithing
mand of the Seminole forces. 1r Trist vs. Child, decided in 1874, > and
at once and disposed of. Repair Work
.t; this battle Huchebilli was killed Justice Swayne said: "Sen ices

He, behind a tree, was trying to gel which are intended to reach only the WeeklyTe-- ther KrportJtriTER. .,- I

"' a shot at a tall Alabamian sheltered, reason of those sought to be influ- FL\, :May 7. i'KT!( FLA.

a .t behind another tree; simultaneously enced rest on the same principles of tn".rativt' statement of terrprnrores Wagons made and rej-airtd Hon >b.*ig

T-. they got a crack at each other, "th e. ethics as professional services and and rainfall for the week ...n.tini! Tuesday.i a specialty Work from any part of Indus

;..,: Alabamian receiving a pall in the! are no more exceptional. The include l"Nt our liver careful or anywhere attention in the\\e county Und will the restive freightone

f fleshy part of the hip,and the Indian I drafting the petition which fay IMTE 1..1)(\X. ;MIN N ;\I si'X. MIN.;jIJ+ turn.way Stood and as guarantee your work to give you .atisfas

,, 1 fell dead with a ball through hi s sets forth the claim, attending to .-. 2.3.s3 M" .,2 5 s2 tv ::12 61 iookinff cm the HENRY BOSCH COMPANY -- -- ---- -
" head. the taking of testimony collecting WALL PAPER: samples at your
M t. "2 i0a. N> t))

; l After this battle the army con facts, preparing arguments and sub- ... 6.. "$2 2 7i 77 ,b4. 60)1s own easy ehairl home-You sitting rat cute comfortably a better selection in your BOBBINSGRAAM

tinued to Tampa, passing en route: mitting them orally or in writing to 7. MTVtil -1) S5 00 that way__ than by ransacking_ the torn.
YOU the whole lu> the very latest *
t the battlefield of Major Dade,where a committee, and other services of a rainfall for the wt't'k..o in<'hvs. designs-th. lovelest: tints and richest
rainfall fvrtbr week
IKparture tuiui.s H>
Dade took like character but such inches. color effect,including:Imported pattern. "*
the great massacre place ; services are Everything food in wall papers in the CO.

The troops in this campaign were accompanied separated by a broad line of demar- 11.33 Departure inches. rainfall since Jan. 1st. minus s..chliD.. (Incorporated Paid ip Capital fA.M.M.

is part of the time by Gen cation from personal solicitation, and H. I', } .\KDIV. New Ifa York-Chicaro economy /too prices.--you get the lowest This
'" Official in Charge. Will call with Bo;ch Sampt_ company owns lands
eral Winfield S. Scott. though compensation be
can recov- hour Look in the Indian hirer Country
----- any you name.
.. Capt. Lewis is also a veteran of ered for them when they stand alone, Sore NipplesA them-_rot..I'the to ka your..t obligate hrt'ft content to ,on the
,. :; the Civil war where he served four yet when they are blended and confused cure may be effected by applying boy the I*'*Beach our was Wall of Pap adrerfanmr m.Y. '-. i at New Bay.River, and on Biscayne -

years, retiring with the rank of lieut with those which are forbid- Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the child I

.- \ colonel, and today he enjoys good den, the whole is a unit and invisi- cloth i* done before nursimr.allowing Wipe the it child off with to nur soft e. W. ELDRED t PRICES TO SUIT TJ(. TIlIlS.I : .

health and looks anything but the, ble, and that which is bad destroys Many trained' nurses lIFe thi salve with Send for landlist.OrrIcasAr .
The Painter and Decorator
age he really is, although being near the good." ((88 U. S. 141.) the best results. Price 25 cents per box. Up-to-Date I .
Sold by all druzgists! and medicine deal- Scrimgeour Building
._ ly ninety. In another leading case the same

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; 4" gfcFRIDAY;.MAY 10; 1907 THE FLORIDA STAR ST ts
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I Mr. S. B. Owens was in DeLand

r _F i last week and served on the jury.

.;-- .. I Mr. Percy'M. Peteet, of the Vo-

/ \TheBrevard county commissioners lusia Lumber Co., made a business IF YOUTOUCH *
M"stet at the court house
.,. Titusville, trip to Jacksonville last week. ,
{ ; 7%;May 6, 19G7, with full board pres- The Rev. H. H. Jones filled his '

} ratClerk regular appointment here, Sunday i

,;J ; ', presented pay rolls for wit- afternoon and gave us a very inter- I. 9 ..
4 a nesses paid at the spring term oft esting sermon. -

= ,; ,, circuit court amounting to $66.20 Capt. and Mrs. E. S. Coutant and
-. t "\ and same were approved. > Miss tongue toALUM
'.,' Jeannette were in town Satur- your
;J: ;r;.' Reports of Justices of the Peace day, and Miss Jeannette remained as

r7 i ;'3:. Roesch, Sanders and Peterson. the guest of Miss Pattie Howes until ;

1Z'., ( {:', Tax collector's report of licenses Tuesday.Mr. I f
' I collected during April, amounting
(i; and Mrs. Null and children
'_ >&"-' $30.00 for the state
and $52.50 for .
went to the May day'picnic at Os-
1'L the county, was received. teen last week returning Friday. and look in the glass-you will see the effect-

s# Tax collector's report of poll taxes Messrs. S. H. Barnhill and Wash
You can't it makes pucker .
collected help puckering- you
during April, Clinton killed two bears in the
5 ? ,: \ amounting to $68.00 received. swamp west of the. mill last week to think of tasting it.

The treasurer's report was re- and captured the cubs. '
the of called :
By use so Baking
ceived and checked and
up paid warrants Miss Bessie Creighton left Monday

y. destroyed. morning for Baltimore, and her Powders you-take this puckering, injurious Alum
Report of J. K.Gore w
,superintendent friends wish her
many a pleasant
S 3t: of'county' home, that he had sold summer. right into your system-you injure digestion

r produce from the county home to ,ruin stomach.
Mr. E. W. Jamison and son Clyde and your _

f't ,the amount of$89.4o was received. were away on a business trip last I

- 3 Clerk's report of taxes redeemed week. Mr. Jamison intends to put AVOID ALUM J
or purchased'for the month of Marchwas iron rails on the tram from the mill

received. to the cypress swamp.

Report of R. R. Chaudoin, road The new cottage built for the :

supervisor for road districts- Nos. 1 agent by the F. E. C. R'y. Co., is fin- SIlJ1pIQi l9ROMALBAKING- ,

and 5, was received. ished and looks very pretty with its

;.. S Bonds for carrying repeating rifles fresh coat of paint and dark green \

were approved and permits issued to blinds. Mr. and Mrs. Vrooman are N '

.4 Morris Weinberg, Oliver Fort, Chas. much pleased with their new home.

Cleveland, and to W. F. Shoemaker i School closed with a picnic Friday, ,
to carry a pistol. ;April 26th, and our popular teacher,
,:a, Moved by Jno. R. Miot and second Miss Georgia Martin, left for her

.5 ed by F. A. Morgan that the tax col- home, in Hawthorne, the following Royal is made from pure, refined Grape Cream of Tartar-Costs more ;: ,

lector be authorized to deduct 331-3 Monday.STATE -, than Alum but you have the profit of quality, the profit of good health.

per.cent of the turpentine privilege .
assessment to the East Coast OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO)
Co. Motion carried. ,
J. CHENEY makes oath that he is
The salary of the superintendentof the senior partner of the firm f F.J.('uUEY ----------------

the county home was reduced &county; Co.,doing and state business the and city that of said Toledo firm, TOM TIGER'S BONES. noy stuffed Into his hunting coat, or I where they, with other relics which

., from $50.00 to $40.00, and that the will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for as many of them as he could carry he had secured were packed into a il
f each and every case of catarrh that cannot be How They Were Secured by Flour- and brought them back to Tantie, I' box and carried away.
: county furnish a cook at the poor cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CCRE,

Si: farm, the cook to be paid $10.00 per FRANK J. CHENEY. noy. '
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
if !t month. presence. this 6th day of December A.D.1886.8KAU (Kissimmee Valley Gazette.) ------0.00000.000-000000.0000000

Com. R. A. authorized John T. Flournoy, the maXi who
Conkling to
}[ A. W. GLEASOX. I1? The effect of malaria lasts a long time.
secure an option in writing to purchase [-r-* Notary Public. robbed the grave of Tom Tiger, the
Wall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and I
; the shell in the shell mound at acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Seminole chief having stated in his You catch cold easily or become run

; "' the Smith place, near Grant, before of F.the J.system.CHENEY Send&;for CO testimonials.Toledo, letter to J.1.. Willson Jr. that he down because of the after effects of malaria.

putting in a spur. \ purchased all the Indian relics whichhe Strengthen yourself with Scott'j totQI -
Petition of P. W. Roberts et aI, A Record Trip. o
carried away, the statement of a Emulsion.
citizens of Mims, praying for a marl (Miami Metropolis.) : xo

and rock or clay road from Mims The steamer Shinnecock Captain gentleman who was at Tantie at the It builds new blood and tones up your nervous

station east to the shell road was Rowland, master which left this porta time the bones were carried away and o system. .
granted. R. Rocker, W. A. Greene whose veracity is unquestioned is at .cO -
week ago last Monday, has arrived ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND $1.00. ,
and J: O. Fries were appointed a safely at her home port In Greenport, this time particularly interesting .0-

committee to mark, view and layout Lng Island having broken the record The gentleman in question was OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOWhy

the same and to report to the board for a side-wheeler along the Atlantic staging at Tantie at the time of Mr.

f' at their meeting in June. I coast, making the run In four days Flournoy visit and became personally -

The sheriff was instructed to pur- and two nours.:
with him. He states
The Shinnecock olied between Miami
chase a 5-inch No.5 hot air pumping
and Key West the past winter, that Flournoy remained at Tantie for
engine, coal burner, for the sanitary
having been chartered by the P. & about a month gathering data, according is it that the
at the jail.
0. S. S. Company, and did a capacity to his statement, for an article on
It moved and seconded that
was business: throughout the season. The the Everglades, to be published in the
i the sheriff have the county judge's
following report. taken from the April number of Outing Magazine.
office fixed so that the sand will not Brooklyn Daily Times will be of interest While there he hired Mr. Peter LudwigPiano

blow away\ to mariners in this locality: Raulerson as guide and went off forty

4 t Warrants were ordered drawn aggregating "Greenport, April ::0.The steamer or fifty miles southeast of Tantie to

f y j the following amounts on Shinnecock a familiar sight to all sea see the Indians in their camps and

the various funds men of Long Island: has made the learn some of their native customs

General fund_________________ 447.35 record-breaking trip from Miami Fop., and habits. At one of the Indian!
Road fuiiddMrittNu. I ___ ______ 3S4S3 to New York City in four days and camps, either Hungryland or Big I
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N 2___________ 111.07
.* N h 3_______-___ 370.03 two hours, hating arrived In port at Mound City, a storekeeper named
N N N 4 ___________ 103.00 11 o'clock yesterday morning, accordIng Barber, who trades with the Indians, I)
N N ___________ 500
;j is preferred by those who are admittedlythe
to telegrams received, by those Interested told Flournoy of Tom Tiger and the i
: Game warden fund--_________-___ 6.1.;;)
'. Fine and forfeiture fund-----______ $ 1"6.50 in the \essl. The Shinne manner in which he was buried, and 1
best judges of tone? The answer is
) .5- cock was in command of Captain Flournoy prevailed on him to go with I

.: IndigestionWith George R. Rowland. of Greenport and him to the grave. This grave consisted t easy. It is because everyone who has I -1 1"Y

5 its companions heart burn, flatulence Engineer Frank Case, formerly of of two dugout canoes the body : F

5; torpidity of the liver, ron til'a. Gr=ecrort, but now of New London hating been placed in one and the : played the Ludwig knows that in it {
tion, palpitation of the heart, poor blood, Conn. This! time breaks the region: other turned over it for a cover. The I
headache and other nervous symptom, is embodied artistic that
1i sallow.kin, foul tongue, oflensue breath for a si.le-w h<"?eltr" along the Atlantic grave was quite a distance from the 1 every quality --

1I and a J legion of other ailments, is at once coast: the previous record being five store, and was reached with considerable ,
it meets demand of the
expert required -
and de tmctl'trnaJalv > every
the most widespread days, which was made b> the Shinne-- difficulty as they had to go a
the American pimple.I
The Herbine among treatment will cure all these cock several years ago. Captain Rowland portion of the way in a boat and for the truest interpretation of

troubles. ;50;. liott'e.! bold by lied Cro :; wired home that he would be in then wade through the marsh an,l

e Pharmacy. Greenport with his family Friday saw grass the balance (\Vie; way. music---that it possesses that inde-

; noon. The Shinnecock belongs to the They found the grave as above described
Horrible Murder in Nassau CountyA :ilontauk Steamship Company's fleet" on a high and dry tussock scribable delicate charm which is diffi-
from where it had been carried by the followers -
I horrible murder is reported
cult to but which is
Italia, in Nassau County, where of the deceased chief and left analyze, designatedby

Johnson and his wife were in supposed seclusion and saetfrom
Thomas some musicians, who appreciate thatit
L shot down by: a negro bent on rob Mica -- vandalism.
bery. The murderer managed to cross \ = -1 Arriving at the grave, the top canoe can correctly protray every varying

-: the St. Mar>'s river into Georgia on Axle was taken off revealing the fact that

an Atlantic Coast Line freight train, > Grease only the bleached bones of the departed -'. emotion, as the "soul"of the Ludwig.

and was captured at a small station t chief remained. These Flour-

named Bladen. Fearing a lynching, if Helps the Wagon up j .
the officers Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer. Sold by
returned to Fernandina. (
the Rill Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf
Duval County
; took the prisoner to the
; jail at Jacksonville, where he will begiven The load seems lifter-Wa ca jour blood is impure, thin, disea-ed,
Indian River
Call. -You d-Le hot or fail of humors, if you hate blood
speedy trial by Judge and team wear longer
a ,and have more tins poison, cancer, carbuncle, eating Mores, .
more money scrofula, eczema, itching, risings and .
Y; Senatorial Election in SuwanneeIn to make money,when wheels ara bump, scaaby, pimply skin, bone pains, Music House
held in greased withTheaAxle catarrh, rheumatism or any blood or .
the Senatorial election skin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm'
a ; Suwannee County Thursday to fill out GreaseThe ((8. B. B.) Soon all sores heal, aches
:, the unexpired tern of the late Senator and pains stop and the blood i is made|I
Johnson of and mov pure and rich. Druggists or by express Titusville
t Colonel J. B. wearing
.S Xewlan, longest bottle. free writing I \
$1 per large ample by -
,Y : Live Oak, defeated Hon. W. A. Tison satisfactory lubricant in the world .. Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. B. B. j!
of thirteen STANDARD OIL CO. \ i advised for chronic deep-j
B. is
of Wellborn, by a majority especially ,
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otes. seated cases, it cures after all else fails j

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T 4rM'; 6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MAY 10. 1907 thousands :

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- : T_ Hare Kidney Trouble The enrollment of students at Stetson Death of Capt: Yinzant

and DoA't Know it. University, says the DeLand Supplement Captain John Vinzant, a leading resident

has reached the top notch, of Columbia County; died at his
How To :find Out.

t _'. Fill a bottle or common glass with your more students having been registered home in Lake, City last Tuesday of A.Wonderfui oil Stove (

'-. ,- water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a this year than ever before In the history heart failure. He was born in Tatnall,

4d: :' ': sediment or set- of the institution. The registration Ga., March 29th 1840, and moved to
: : ,, tling indicates at Entirely different
se at present is 485, and the chancesare -
,,(. I unhealthy condi- Florida when quite young, with his
't 9 'tion of the kid- that before the close of the school parents. At the breaking out of the from all others. Em-

P- neys; if it stains will reach the five hundred ideas
it ; bodies
:rear Civil War he was 20 years of age new ,
linen it is
: your
r ,Y: F evidence of kidney mark. and enlisted in Company A, First D 0 0 : new principles.

,! 'i ::. trouble: too Only three shipments of phosphate Florida Cavalry. He fought with General -

r: frequent desire to rock through this port were made Kirby 'SmIth in the Tennesseeand Easily managed.
; pass it or pain inn Reduces fuel ex-
; -- the back is also during March by the Peace River Kentucky campaigns, and in all

} ,, convincing proof that the kidneys. and blad- lining Company. Two cargoes of the battles -with Johnston and Hood, pense. Ready for

derareoutof order. 1,560 tons each went to Alexandria up Murfreesboro, where he had his business at momentof
What to Do.
and, Baltimore, respectively, and one right leg shot off, December 4, 1864.
i There is comfort in tl uowledge so lighting. For
often expressed that Dr. 1-'a Swamp- of 2,760 tons went to Weymouth, He was then transferred to Louisville

1 J. Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every lass. Total shipments for the year Ky., where he remained until' his discharge your summer cooking -

wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the up to April 1st amounted to 10,520 the June following. He returned get a
?4 back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
: of the urinary passage. It corrects inabilityto ons.-Punta Gorda Herald. to Florida in 1865, and was appointed -

hold water and scalding pain in passing The City Council of Pensacola has Clerk of the Court of this C

::t it, or bad effects following use of liquor, county, In 1877 and .served in that NEW PERFECfIONWick
.. passed a granting authorityto
y' wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant 3
f necessity of being compelled to go often the Board of Bond Trustees to close : capacity sixteen' years. In 1897 and

_ ;. n during the day, and to get up many times with the Penswcola Water Companyfor 1898 he served as Tax Collector, and
Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove I
., during the night. The mild and the extraordinary the purchase of its properties in In 1905 be again filled that position.Do .
effect of
:.; Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won- Pensacola for the sum of $187,500, and You Love "
Its heat is highly concentrated. Does not overheat the kitchen. lon
derful cores of the
most distressing cases. also granting authority to this boardto
If you need a medicine you should have the sell your baby? You wonder why he cries. always at a maintained leveL Three sizes. Fully warranted.It .
bonds amounting to $t OOOO
best. Sold by druggists in SOc. andl. sizes. Buy a bottle of Whittle Crf'am'y t'rmifngeand not at your dealer's, write our nearest agency for descriptive .
for the purchase of the waterworksand he will never Most babies have
:i. You may have a sample bottle of this (cry circular. -
: wonderful discovery ." making other city improvements.The worm, and the mothers don't know i it.
and book that tells .... rhite's Cream Vermifuge rill the child
I !:_
s bill
now before the Legislature
of and cleans its in
worms out
more about it.both sent .,. system a
: absolutely free by mall, ;; 1 ,: prohibiting the use of stop-nets in fishing pi!t'3E'lnt'lay.' Every mother should THE A-' /cLamp b the best
( ......
\ address Dr. Kilmer lit Home of swamp-Root if passed, would virtually destroy kePI a l*>the of this medicine in the lamp for all-
house. With it, fear need never enter round household use. Madeof
fix' ..Co., Binghamton, N.Y. When writing men- 40,000
worth of to
property her mind. Price 2:) Sold Red Cross .
c. by
: tion reading this generous offer in this paper.Don't brass throughout and beautifully nickeled. Per-
Punta Gorda wholesale dealers. If, 'harmanv.
fectly constructed ; absolutely sale; unexcelled in
make mistake bat remember
", any however the bill must it shouldin
pass ornament to room.
f : the name Swamp-root. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- One Arch Each Day. light-giving power; an any
Boot and the address, Binghampton: Y. all justice be so amended as not togo Every lamp warranted. If not at your dealer',

; on every bottle.ITEMS into effect before January 1, 1909, (Key West Citizen.) write to our nearest agency.STANDARD .

so as to give the owners of the property Captain S. A. Walker, Alderman Ed OIL COMPANY

,0 OF NEWS time in which to dispose of it or Falk, City Auditor Charles J. Curry (INCORPORATED

1 weir it out.-Punta Gorda Herald. and Tax Assessor William M. Pinder

r. The saloonkeepers have filed papersin have returned from a visit to Long:;

IN FAIR FLORIDAWhat regular form contesting the prohibition Ke ..
Florida East Coast Railwaylocal
; election held in Gadsden County They are enthusiastic over what

I some weeks The it is they saw of the railroad work on their
ago. papers
is Being Done Towards the Development Tins Card No. J9. In Effect April 1, ffil.
alleged claim .that the election was trip. At Long Key they spent sometime

of the Peninsula illegal. Among other things cited is and went over the completedwork. SOUTHBOUND-RCAD DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
: -- -
s that the election booths were not in : So.3a"o.u9'' ISo. ':'14'l' n. 2141

An electric fire alarm system will legal form, and that the tickets were There are no wthirty-five of the rI'JDan,. I Daily \I ST.\TIO\:') !l)ail,. Dally I ::

soon be installed in Orlando. not according to law. It will be more arches complete; and they are putting s NIf v-T. v-*"" .i LvLN.I ''_'''.' Jacksonville......_....An 1 fffv,. t) oi M
6 fu.'ti 9 ___ MULl Jaek..avttae..J :: 7 1T S 42W rw"oJ
The DeLand Record that tha than a month before any answer can in one a day. At the beginning this 7 2sl I' IJ 1- I" _.. ....-\IIgu\iDe_......._ -. 6 I: J 7 4uai3i (' '
says 5p; HI' 1 .. _._.__... .. Ja.-lint.__. ..... 5 2:i'Ij 61sa,
tourist season there has come to a be made to the contest plea.QuincyTimes. work went on very slowly and the a 8 npa l1 ::'.J I. ...--_==.t.,.,t I'aliitkn: --.-. Lv.! 6 ltoS ..2.:2'os'Q::n :

close, and that it has been the best first few arches took weeks to con :! 8 ;, ""e' 1-.MX; .'... .- Pu.t'>___.I.\" 4 -1:0PM, ... ATLANTIC
-.I :. ..... '. 'Ar'S3.'W'_ 6 asa t92.V
c II'1 ..!.ij'in! = .:.! h.--==:::::::
that city has ever had. A special from Chipley states that struct. ,.,... 3 2..T! .." .._....._-- !'.U1 TI tiro. ....I.vj! ISO- )11 I ft MHI .
There nearly hundred :; :''' 7S ;.ti.': an &! 4oMl
the two-story jail building that are now seven 0'4 ___ IIt'l'Orlyy 2
There shipped from Wauchula at .
were ....._ .. 5 5
s I ?1f 12 SL. J i'unnelu..Lv :!.ru XM
l' last week a total of 3,601 crates of place was destroyed by fire Thursday men at Long Key, and their "\. --. .rrJ.... 91.,r! 12 I'..: _... ..1)Yrt._ .... 4 l'i'II! 5 25M ATLANTICBEACH
quarters make quite a village.If -4 9 taa' l I:; j ... _._ r'rmond_ 3 5J11.:: 4 STiy
vegetables, bringing the total shIpments morning about 3 o'clock, and one pris- rrJ4 10tff 13..1 _..._?_ J svtona_?__?.. 3 IJTM! 4 I'll TheContinenta
.. .. .. J'or'aran 3 S-Wi: 4 ..-.
I 10: 1HTTrJt :<
: t for the season up to 12,257crates. oner, Henry Berry, a white man, was You Don't .2 A 10 :rw,;_20.Ar-.----....:cw = rnA.I.T. -_ 3 1"... 4 i".A*

so \ burned to death. The jail was filled t r H I"21an I 2x; 1" _._- !- -. Heieo _-._;i.v 12 ..1'0." ,- 3
Succeed the first time use Herbine and I 10 3:M!' 4 :r>j| -. tinat _*.>:.. je t I i 1a-'*"* 61Fit
.:. L. W. Marshall who for the past with prisoners, and it Is believed they you will get instant relief. The greatest I.t_ { "t--: .... e "itl.J JonrL..t.>!..K ajBjjB'IW BEACH

-- : twflve started the fire in order to make their liver regulator. A positive cure for ionitipntion E"t d 1)'H-? -H I : 3'KiM; 4 t.e
years had been a prosperous o I'J{ -_ :" ..- ..... ... itt ___ .....h. 2 O1llC
malaria chills antiallli't'r =
(1)'pt'Iia, : :
The fire had
escape. gained consid ..._ _..
'j farmer at Fort Lauderdale, died last .1.: iii ;; t t Ar _- ..! n t.l'I
: : =::: : /.1JI
erable headway when discovered, but complaint! Mr.of, Emory, t 11 .,s' ".. .0:1 -\.:; _... .. ...1. .\ .l.t..wj 6 "',..a
Friday morning at Hahira, Ga., of Texas, writes: "My wife has been using o 6" r ua I. 1.. ..-. _.." -Tj'". ai-. ; r ;; i- Its+ o5 ,
Bright's disease.: the prisoners were all released and Heroine for herself and children for five r" B I, .1 ,? .. .,.. ..:. ...__ f... \Uk-= :, It-s: :.I A' .
.r. It i is for :+ ., ______Cocoa_.L 1 ITPW! 3XitklgLrg
'. gotten out of the building excepting vears. a sure cure constipation It 0 :! : a w .U! ;
Tne city primary election to be held 'ind malaria! fever, which i is substantiateday 12 7't; :: -,r 4. I ms"_ |I 1111: 2 Iflvihm The
j Berry. I 1 O"MII1 I ::..; "
.. in Jacksonville on May ?th is to be what it has done for my family. U t.t) t''aa -I :L, --: .bo.Mlrne-: i! 123-n fray
white electors whethe Mr. George R. Shultz was up from *>ol I.l l by Iced Crw? Phal m.C'}. == 1 : e. 5 11" 'e 11 47:AT 12 :-:.. h.a
to all I ., :
# open u, 2"s 5.11' ; ___..'t.Lceie. ..__ 10 :>..... _'"
Punta Rassa ?-4 .
they be Democrats! Republicans, Socialists on Saturday and Sunday ------ ;I" a3'! 61e: sort l t"\'e--- I" :"' 1I1 11 :::;!t New
He has secured a forty-year lease of Corporation Being OrganizedA o C I :t :{!'W r. ; s a. _Ttbb+llln a' W ix:. 1X**
.. '
Prohibitionists. CJ Eden_ .__ "'
i. or 3 ;.: c" 6iIR 1''I.aIii.a.: ;
the Western Union property at Punta $20,000 corporation 4s being organized < :; .4' 6 :';::11' .. __:roses.--.._ .'t i IitY it I'F'r
L. General Albert W. Gilchrist, of De cs -2 :: :I.:., 6.Ya= .. _.__:'.w.rL._____" 1J I('A" ilasoia :t
J. Rassa, and as soon as plans are per ; in DeLand for the purpose A cI1! !..e3 i t.11 __1to ';..1:: .1_.._ l1 :: at !.* .; w :
Soto County, has positively announced e '4 ..... 1e ___
Ieta i tcT ': Jqi' r. 8 : Iw ri4 i
fected will begin the erection of a newfiftroom of developing the celery business on a ,, $13' : ____.. :: SummerNow
that he wants to be Governor of Flor -J_ J .ao ;: .. -' :i1l.CudJ Siy: e :
club house. The tract of fine land Lake Beresford i-'s x :! ; k 8 S.'AM' 9 Open
building on .
O Ott
Ida, and that be will be a candidate ::.rv a-:+ .; :.r -. .:: 81::a $ .
is to be a little to one side of There are about seventy acres of lam :} I ,. :: 9. :.........t' i- ; : 7 S7i 7 fh
for that honor In next year's cam .
where the old building stood, and will ;n this tract, and it is the intention of := := \\l' = ;,.. .. =.:: -'---= .. r.! 7; ::

paign. be for the :;;av t3' ; .. _--.l.ef'OUCltJ__ 6,4y ; if "
next to in "I
ready season's ten
guests. company put acres ocelery
T e 7 :*' y 10 3 .:J .r ._.._.'.naaJf.v, :.:,aa 7 o* "
D. S. Bowers, a stationary engineer Parties who wish to become interested this fall and increase the acre .
f was instantly killed Wednesday by ___ to< r" -::--=':1.f::;;: -':'.wne.tea,: ==-i Lr .-... :::: 1'' '''u
in the new club house shouM writ age from :year to year. The celery :
:)..ily ":;c-;.t S nndty.
4 the of boiler In the big
explosion a
Mr. Slailtz at once.-Fort Myers business at Sanford has grown to
Sumner lumber mill at Zuber, in :";". a "o.I I ::1'o.J:; I. I Sa'1,
Press. large proportions and those .
engages :at.t So aar.Ilr; \o l: :SOow :D&i1)I" 0.'Q0..- RaLtn.
I Marion County. The boiler room wa Mr. W. C. Cannons, who secured in it have derived fine profits and a :- : gaily "F'. Davy Daily I I :\f.e. rOT In\ (::1( I ix:. DaJJ"il. ; Dail r !t1.
f'I ii .n.1 I ISott. Oat)
completely demolished. the contract for paving the DeLand is claimed that the land of the D? 9:5@i.-.'rvir50Ca: I ;;!. _._-'U ',:avtie.! ..._.Arrt-+'an-i" 'esSaa ""+t 9 1
r One hundred and fifty or two hun- road Land celery corporation on Lake 9...' t. .,_ -aldth::. ... .....>;.>. J :.(mville..Ar5SYvs.'ay: '."3 9ltitlo
Paytona says that while the contract -, _' .. ...,. .___.. .. .
: ;a'ea; ; :< ; P* io ;<:'i I.\ lkh. tF It -vt .4(1)01
dred acres in celery on the low land gives Him until January, 1909:) Beresford is of the same characteras (1---'; i- '-> .-, "_ 1-/11.1 II"I.\\I\' ':..I: -;ichrBJKSULW __....trri 1- .7 .,,, '.' ;' i'Ya a34s,
DeLand Junction is I' ;j(W7.. -:+11..l.)7tliCsAr._ _. .._ U.. .__.. ..!. :; a._ : "'n (rta ...
N near a possibility to complete the work that the road the famous celery farms at San := :::: :

; ,- in the near future. A crop of celer: will be built long before that time. ford.-DeLand Supplement. : AKD OCCiSBTAl: ,;; SIEAXSIIl? CO NECT1 NS AT MUSI

i is being shipped from Glenwood thin lie says that some of the paving ma- ---

a season and is said to be as fine ce terial will be put on the road this A Hard Debt to Pay"I CIcse: Cccneclfcn Mud: at *:!;,':"J wit! rTesrasMjj; of the P. & 0. C. S. C3if1IJ.

I as ever out of the ground.- owe a debt! of gratitude: that ('311I.r
3 ery grew week, and that it is his intention to KEYVEST AND HAVANA.
writes i. Claik f
f- bf paid otF, ( S. o
Volusia Rerord.
County have three gans at work just \\'. lov.a. "f-T fron
as *tfield, niv rt-sciie
Trains Dfecharse pusser.gers at Slilp's Sid. No Transfers.TfcceTir.cTaMc .
qty On Friday last, during the electrical soon as he can get them. Later on i it death by Ir. Kun> New Diwweiyth .

storm which also prevailed in St. An is likely: that machinery and traction It \nnyUTI!> 1'0 seriously affeetwl hat -lmv tliir .:: :-l----t-.-; ,. -,..- t.:.. -.-'-.t tl.j toaTive at and drlyr-
{ death stfimil' iminiiifit, when I comiiienml "-'n ati :--u., t t.e.r.:: : .:.(. ". : !..: -: '11 is not Kl'ETilIltmrt1f. ;
drews, says the Buoy Mr. Robert Peel, engines; will be put on the work.-D t.kill"t.. ,. I'w-mvry The omi Is thL ('..1'.: ear to 7e h. I rf" pot .::1'-l r" -::. ...' ;-"n'; ....;., rices arising therefrom.

of West Bay, who was at work hoein Land Supplement. nou: .tn'. ha,'kine: rough; quit bt.'forttilt' -- ----- --

I in the garden, was struck by lightning: Engineer Hopkins, of the Atlantic first liottle wa: n!<'t..l. and two murt.I..t l rcr Copy of the LOCAL T.'i: CAt or Otr: : Information
and instantly killed. The shaft hit tl,f made complete: (-111\'. XvtliHij.has : :. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
I Coast Line met with a horrible ace ever quaU-d t'i I i>rory froughs. .>
him like a rifle ball in the shoulder df-'nt near Trilby yesterday. His train. : (Y..l] lao.i all throat :u..1! bin:r. J. G. !Mt "V I<. Asat. Cien'i Pass. Agent, ST. ALXiUSTl.Nn. TLA.

and passed clear through to his heel, a local freight, was passing a wool complain! : tHarantrtil by Ilttl: ln '
o leaving hole. I'lialllla"k. : ardE'* ). 'friI"lult'frJ'l' \
a rack, which was on fire, and not dU .

4 Captain Miner's force of men was covered in time to stop the same. The QUEEN OF SEAROUTESIIei'challts

;, I digging: a ditch within the city limits rails spread and the engine careened ? : y.:;: }

i.4 'this week, when a chunkveighin;; and Mr. Hopkins jumped right into is 1"1 II ,. ';sr'r t'I'CIo 1 1t'_>>.. lZl

-1ii some three pounds was excavate the flames and was terribly burned
\ 1ft .alF: ;t ;sa

Upon examination it proved to be a about the face and body. It is b-- W tjf.'V.J -;;, .t ; & Miners, Trans. Co'sSTEAliSHIP
part of the jaw bone and teeth of licved his eyesight was lost. He was
If yon haven't a rtsiii )Ttai">r.:it the
some prehistoric animal undoubted! taken through here last evening en bowetecerydac.} n'' L. r' il.". K.->'ponrr
;jowtls op': et+of
a mammoth. The curiosity is on exhibition route*to the Waycross hO)5pital.-Li\"t' violent physir '>rp;;I': ,tarr-r->-... The LINESBETWEEN
smoothest,easi< m L' rt' u of Ke I; gthebowels.tearand
I at Holshouser's drug store.- Oak Democrat, Saturday. '',vr is t age ----- -

;s SL Petersburg Indeppndcnt. CANDY
It is reported that pineapples in the Stomach TroublesMrs. PHILADELPHIA.
entire: belt show the lack of ran an 1 Sue )Iutin11, oM and reap sted

I are quite yellow. The shelled fields. resident of Fai: )ma, Miss was "'ik'I' it h --Direct Connections for---
ftotnacli trouble fir more than six
a it is said, look the best and will yield month C'hamlwrlain's
:Stomach and
Washington New\ York and Boston.
= a larger-sized pine than uncovere.i: Liver Tablets! cured her She sacs, "I ,

fields. Some growers say the sizes can now eat anything I want awl l am
the proudest woman in the worM to find Through tickets on sale at
Ill'inl'ipallloints.l'l'ommculations .
will run 3Cs to -125, with few ISs and
such a good medicine. For sale by ail
24s. If a general rain should occur druggists! and medicine dealers.O.A.STOH.T.A.. 'EM LIKE CANDY .\ and cuisine unsurl'a. t."cl.
Pleasant Palatable. Potent Tate Good, Do SEND FOR BOOKLET.
immediately, it would greatly benefit Good. Xev r SU if n.Wc.k n or Orii- !<.. 2*and
80 cents: r rbox. Write for free sample. and b?ok-
the pineapple crop. Growers are now Bean itsBfeutut ;Ea Kind Yau bate a"BJugtJ let on health. Address 43: H. AVERY, Com'I Agent, .Jacksonville.)

f r making: crates and expect the first # Sterling Rented Company, Chicago or New York. J. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. & 1'.M., W. P. TURNER, P. T. M.,

shipments to start May 20th to lath.w : Qf KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN GENERAL OFFICES BALTIMORE MD.

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yr.4nother Words of Praise

; dastardly and cow. For I FOREIGN I I
t.r: ; t the several ingredients ofwhich Dr. r

b&rot1+'"" ....+., murders of which Florida hast Pierce's medicines are composed,as given
'dif: fetjafortnnately? by leaders in all the several schools of Cuban Attack on Americans.A .
had far
too' many dur medicine should have far
more weight
of enlisted sailors from the
"" party
s ,.. 1ng.the past few1 years as committed than any amount of non-professional tes- cruiser Tacoma while returning to '
timonials. Dr.I'lerco'sFavorltePrelcrip-
_' .fjj.dar. at a small village tabled Me-, tion has THE BADGE or HOSESTT on every their wharf at the expiration of shore

- i& U: Alpin in Suwannee County; The occurrence bottle-wrapper, In a full list of all its in-i, leave at Santiago de Cuba were attacked : A

--L" gradients printed In plain English. by the police of that city, and .
is-told by the Live Oak Democrat If you are an invalid woman and suffer several were Injured seriously, one of .
,,':>,< which says; "W. H. Starling from frequent headache,backache,gnawIng whom was not expected to live. Com _:
: .... postmaster and merchant at '}IcAlpin.d distrjjgi in stomach,periodical pains, mander Tappan at once began an Investigation S, fr
i has isagred&Ule, catarrhaL pelvic drain and Governor Perez suspended l
: been shot and killed. ,
: s ragglnWdown distress In lower abdomen The Kind You Hare
and Always Bought, and which has been J :
the chief of police captainof
t "It ,seems that Starling had left or pelves, perhaps dark spots or specks in '
the rural guard. No political significance use over 30 years, has borne the signature of
dancl before'the faint and
his ,store and started tothe d pot'about g eyes spells '
dndKd sym toms caused by female weakness is attached to the affair. -0 and has been made under his per-
f 2 o'clock when three shots
were ,outher derangement of the feminine Hague Conference June 15. (Jz o4- sonal supervision since its infancy.

.fired from a double-barrel shotgun, organs,>Wcan not do better than take The Russian ministry of foreign affairs Allow no one to deceive you in this.
-: loaded with buckshot and Dr. Pierfet, Favorite Prescription.The .
Starling h announced April 30 that the All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Jnst-as-good"are: but '

fell His wife who was In the store, U /s may IUIsurgeon'sknifeandoperaUng be avoided by the timely- meeting of the Hague conference Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of .A

heard the first shot and saw her husband use of iFavorite Prescription" such would be on June 15. Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment. -- Il "

fair alongside'the track another cases. Thereby the obnoxtotn; exam ntions Mexico Getting Bellicose.

shot was quickly fired, and after a an l tTMtmpntp pf {ht. Tamil j The Mexican minister of foreign affairs -
>hysic'ian can he avoided and a thoroughKCcesstuI What is CASTORIA ':'.
* very short interval, about time to reload re 0 s treatment carried out MariscaU has made formal demand -

another shot was fired. When I 'Favorite upon the Guatemalan presidentfor '
the body was;taken home twenty-nine 'rescnption i.compoaedo{ the very best the surrender of General Lima on Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare. ;

: ; native medicinal vpts known to medical the charge of hiring the assassins of goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It E
.!.."i,> buckshot wounds' were found upon his science for the cure of woman's peculiar lei
..*J'i ailments contains alcohol and Former President Barillas in Mexico contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
;, m:; person, all In the front sideS harmful,or habit-forming no drugs. / no City two weeks ago while Barillaswas substance. Its age is.its guarantee. It destroys Worms

: of the body, except- three, which. Do not expect too much from Favorite making the Mexican capital his and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind ,
; 'f-: rescripUon"it will not perform mira-
pierced the head. asylum. Mexican troops were alreadyon '
cles; it will not disolve or cure tumors. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Cqustipation : '
"Mr.Starling had ben having considerable It will do their way to the Guatemalan fron- '
; Xo medicine will. as much to and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the :.
i;SS trouble with his neighbors establish vigorous health in most weaknesses tier. Lima Is the'close friend of Pres- .' 1'-
and ailments peculiarly incident to ident Cabrera of Guatemala. Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
of late and h6 was shot at, but not women as any medicine can. It must be The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. li

hit about three weeks ago, and .it given a fair chance by perseverance in Ita May ,Day In Europe. *".
,}' use for a reasonable length of time. Although there fear of labor
was a
..,.,. _
was supposed the .shooting was done Yo t" n't "" .1'1 e GENUINE "
; !: uprising of some magnitude In all the CASTORIA ALWAYS
tram substitute for
by one Jenkins.. .On Wednesday Starling as a |fin T"nHr x
pompOSitlptl- Capitals of Europe on the first of May,
and Jenkins met, and the former Sick women are Invited to consult Dr. the ouiy serious conditions prevailed Signature of '

asked the latter if he Vas armed to Pierce by letter,free. All correspondence at Warsaw. Russian Poland, where a .... ;
is guarded as sacredly secret and
which he replied In the negative. It womanly confidences are protested by general 'strike went into effect com- -..

seems that Starling, claimed Jenkins professional privacy. Address Dr. R. V. pletely paralyzing the business of the ctiO: .

Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y. city. It was an armed as troops
:,; owed him a'debt of $29, and he told Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets the best

him he must pay the same within two laxative and regulator of the bowels. held possession of the principal streets. .

They invigorate stomach, liver and The Douma Yield
5 or three days, or he would kill him
4 At the time of the meeting, Wednes- bowels.cathartic.One Easy a laxative to take;as two candy.or three a The Russian douma whose early

'\ day, Starling invited Jenkins to proScure -- -- cause dissolution of its was failure recently to pass feared the government be- The KM You Have Always Bought

a gun and shoot it out,' but thee Large List of Specimens.St. recruiting bill and the attack

I Utter refused or declined. ( Petersburg Independent) I made on the.military regime: has finally In Use For Over 30 Years. i

[. "On account- this trouble, suspicion passed the bill by a vote of 220 to The CCMTMI COHMMV. TT KUHMAY.Tun *iw-._err
h F. D. Stone has been engages ingathering ,
'i i points to Jenkins, yet-there Is 194.t the same time it adopted a -
a list of specimens at this resolution
forth the
setting necessityof
.: i no positive evidence against him. In
place, for some months. The list, decreasing next year the number of
his testimony before the coroner'3jury
while not complete, contains a devilfish men to be called to the colors and

L last evening, Jenkins stated that 14 feet in length, a large porpois passing a law abolishing the custom of
he was sitting on the porch of Mr. t
; providing soldier servants for officers
and a baby porpoise, a l -foot leopar 1
Hamilton's residence when, he heard and the use of troops for police pur-
shark ,10-foot alligator -
or man-eating a,
the shots fired, but was poses. It also passed a law abolishing
a whip and a sting ray boW
trials by drumhead court martial.MISCELLANEOUS. '
not at home to corroborate his statement -
and balloon fishes deep sea dogfish OBOTTLEsrprr
Jenkins walked .over to Pine- %
sea robin or flying 'fish, star-gazer. .
mount that day, and on the road meta I r I
toadfish, starfishes, cowfish and thre
: friend, Mr. Whitley, and said that
little calves, one of the largest an t
there would be hell raised in :McAlpm 1
finest specimens of crawfishes, morao, The Vaudeville Shake p.
that day. When asked for an ex plan- A."D
The announcement that Klaw &
stonecrab, sawfishes and several saws.
tlon he refused\to explain. Erlanger, known as the theatrical 6 Full
-The specimens are being added teach Quarts I)
"When the shooting took place. 'he trust had Joined hands with tbe Shu- For 95
day, and before it Is complete $
depot agent claims he was in Brock's I berts in a $1.000,000 Jersey corporationcalled IIilCarolina\ Whiskey Only' L
will be a well selected and Interesting. the United States Amusement '
store, and does not know who was
i : lot, showing what the deep sea con company was understood to mean a d I Q CwoCna WhUc-r .31 p..aeeneat MtwfacUoa. It U a well aged '
I t, in the depot the shooting. The article and in our estimation, far superior to the decoctions and mist ,
between those and
tains. big war interests
case la an Intricate one and it will tea t I 1 tore Bold by irresponsible mail order whiskey houses at 13.00 to 13.80
Mr. Stone will have them on exhibi the vaudeville combination of the II H I 1 per gallon. We make a special price on CAROLINA WHISKEY to show
hard matter to secure a conviction, I that we are not afraid of any kind of competition Oar plants cover four
Keith Proctor and Williams bouses.
tion at various places. He Is undecided teen acres,making us the largest mail order whiskey house in the world.
even If the guilty party is-arrested.
A Clerical
whether or not to go to James-
"Starling but a few months ago took I 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE.
Rector J. K. Cooke of the St George
town or St. Paul first, but will have Send a* $2.95 and we
,r out two life insurance policies with! his collection exhibition at the Episcopal church at Hempstead, on will ship you by express 6 fan quarts of Carolina Whiskey and we
'-.1' the B. W. Helvenston agency here on Long Island, has disappeared in com- a I I "will include" In same box complimentary a sample bottle of each,
State fairs of Michigan Wisconsinand ZuUeka. "Gold Band" and Casper's 12 Year Old White Corn.
; : for $1,000 each. He leaves a wife pany with his seventeen-year-old ward.

i i' aId four children and an aged mother Minnesota during their meetings. Miss VVbaley. causing a tremendous I I SPECIAL NOTICEI We deliver the above express prepaid anywhere;
1, :.' sensation( among the wealthy membersof in North Carolina Virginia and West Virginia but customer living
to mourn their loss. Edison Leaves For New in other states reached by Adams or Southern Express Companies,
i l : ; Jersey tbe- parish, the senior warden of must remit 5O extra. Buyers east of Mississippi River residing on
Professor Thomas A. Edison and which is August Belmont. some other express lines must send $3.95 for the 6 quarts and S sample
i i 'h. Had His Wealth Buried. bottles and we will prepay express. Remit cash with order and address J
family, who have enjoyed neatly a Balloon Test a Failure. i
; THE CASPER CO., Inc., RoanoKe Va.
I ;:' (Ocala Star.) two months' stay at Seminole Lodg". The effort/ to sail a balloon from St. II I (ib.Wi44.SilBS.C.) Onmof 9.8.Begi tw4 Disinter?K..MS,616 Dkt,yt

:-'; Mr. G. B. Tankersley, of Coleman, their delightful winter home in Fort Louis! to Washington by Captain Chan- I L- 1'I'i All vhkkfe Bud ender li.ttMial. trrl.lnn Pure of Food U. oral... aReikeel L.... ,... coder tb*

t.<: who was in town yesterday, relate Myers, left for their home in Eas.OrangE' ; flier of the signal corps, assisted by __ _
Aeronaut of New York
McCoy April
iK '. an Incident in the life of Colema X. J. afternoon's
; on Monday :;0, when their.balloou America, lauded :---- --- --, -- --- ---- -
R:. that goes to show there are train. As usual, the family have en them in a tree near Golconda, Ill., -

-, ,,..,.". some people. who do not believe In joyed themselves in their electric :i INtanoo of only 130 milos. The trip

bank. launches in fishing and excursion was made in about nineteen hours. v

,.'r-: There lived in that town a retire trips, and the inventor has spent moreor Entombed Miners Escape. -soreThroa": is a : S

.farmer and trucker who had acc less time in his laboratory at workon Seven miners imprisoned by water In

mulated some money, but it was a vario' experiments etc. Mr. a drift at Johnstown. Pa., were release malady '

k mystery to his neighbors to know Edison is making arrangements to secure but nearly exhausted. .\ similar cut
where he kept his surplus wealth, as don't need to S
from Cuba the royal palm treesto off in a mine at Liege. Belgium caught \

he had no bank account, but paid as plant the avenue leading down the 200 I( men of whom eighteen lost their! r

he went in the coin of the realm. river; he has given: Mr. Towles a contract lives. In a mine at Scarboro. W. Va.. lie a sock around .\ t

Some time since, this man, who was for another large artesian wellto an explosion buried forty-one men Vv i
neck to it 'J
none other than the late JT. J. Mun. be sunk to a depth of :!,OOO feet, with small chance of escape. y&ur cureALLARD'Sf,
.t .
roe, was taken sick, lingered quitea i if necessary, to secure the pressure --- -- %
while, and finally the doctor tol I he desires; is having the ten acres Sciatica Cuted After Twenty Year '- "

him his days were numbered and if experimental tropical garden covered of TortureFor Ir /i'ri/.1..

he had affairs to adjust to do squlckl more than twenty year Mr. J. IIMa > /
inch muck and .
any with a four- layer of / r .
-!*>y, of::"!.i Clinton :M., Minneajioli( ?. ld JO\JJ I- : -. : I I
) will have the new pavilion at the
Minn., was tortured by sciatica. The r ,>
The sick man called his wife to the head of his dock finished. So it will pain and snflering which he ftulimi L iNlMENGAVE '. BJ \ ?/ f

t bedside and Informed her that in a be seen that Mr. Edison is planning to liming: this: time is beyond comprelwn ,IJ

of their house lot he halt sinn Nothing gave him any pfniiancn ''',,!7.i'! :F #: .
s certain part in the of improving i
.f do. a great deal way relief until be used ChamltrlamV: !< Pain fJ
wife '.-.;l? ", e hr, :- ", t -
J buried $2,500 in gold. The good his property in Fort )Iyers.Fort .- Ilm. Ore application of that liniment 1r : 't ; ) ( tr. '- -.
B'i. L ".
; .': : rent v" 1' irr.t''C t1.o t-crn 'n" Irrit
the information to four of relieved the and made sleep ami t :
Imparted Myers Press. pain ret .. '
b. il'' = i.iU.tlcs tI --, 4 4r
I ; :,; nr : ;ni rc tV ;I.( :
staunch friends who po-sible, and l*'!'s than one bottle effected F'
)lr.Ionroe's .riiiaiint If troubled with sciatica -. .,' 10 -' '" c .. ... ... .....-..<<_ .
.: made the search and found the money He Fought at Gettysburg A l cure. r f ,... .1_ 'Tt.C."r' ;; ...t.... ,.; .)Ct.h'._ ,
or rheumatism why not try a 25; CMImule J URr, tYtiJ' ?:___', LLJ t.CiL _;h-- _. ,.C
death of Mr. Ion. I v )
four days before the David Parker of Fayette, N. Y. who ( of Pain Balm and i see for "oI1Tit'lf
I roe.. lost a foot at Gittysbnrjr. write: ."Ei..- how quickly it rt'lit'the pain." For I Ee'r' : ,a: '1) ALL .

t tnc Bitters have done me inoiv god sale l hy all.lrn-"::i -rs and medicine dealers.:

than any medicine I evertInk. For sev- IMGTAF.: #....CLJ-: .
-t Not if as Rich as Rockefeller eraty; I had stom'ich trouble and I pai.1ont '
the wealth of Rockefeller, mach money for medicine I.> little 5 Henry t-,7>c, Prnv.?, Ui?h. t ri;;.?? "T loco ns f..l BaVrrd'eS
4 : If you had all! i began taking EltctncBitters. r Cno L:1 L "nf, jar r "' 'lc' Tc.( '!Hdw a "d :i! 'Y- 'T' : i
the Standard oil magnate, you i-ould not pnrpo.nntil ..
I would not tak.,00 fr what Y.'hl1 aO:1'Tl'a' 1f1 fr'- ".' .n'-'t : 1.. r. 'P'-
for towel complaints -
buy a better medicine id it be'nT ho b-.. !A' L. > I el1n
tort f Grand tonic me 7J: ( nt !Lave ever: ei-riug :i
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera they have rme. r.
than female weakne.KFeg. Tutt'sPillsstimulate g pail caused from N -lirai.o.! fo."
the 1 for
and Diarrhoea.Remedy. The mct eminent for aped: an
E physician cannot prescribe a betterpreparation treat alterative and body bnilder: nre PRICE :'3-:, SOc A.\D i.OO

for colic and diarrhoea, both cure for lame hack an.weak kidney .,
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S ; for children and adults. The uniform Guaranteed by lied Cros Pharmacy. >k. the TORPID LIVER,

.1 success of this remedy has shown it to be strengthen the digestive organs, Ballard Sno-v Liniment Co. .
superior to all others. It never fail, and regulate the bowels, and are unequaled -

j' when reduced with water and sweetenedis CASTOR as anANTIBILIOUS 500-502 North Second Street,
: is pleasant to take. Every familv should MEDICINE
I. .1' ,. be supplied with it. Sold by all druggists For Infants and Children. In malarial districts their virtues, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. .

)., and medicine dealers.-- The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears are a idely peculiar as in they freeingthe possess

08fBTORtA.Ito Haw ''' theSignature d // gantly system sugar from coated.that poison. Eta Sold and Recommended byE1.cCl

;. I < f3lgaatarej Sean 01 the a:: ; :: of dru Take No Substitute. : Crow Pharmacy: .

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.:,. THE FLORIDA FRIDAY lIAY'10fl907Practlcal .
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;! B.lNLtp Shoema er. Forty Mr.Horace Bennett has gone home JAMESPEITCHAED.President. i
V ."$.*.yearn experience; all kind of'repairing ; i WINSTON .
: for month's vacation. Miss Nellie
also ladies'and men's a
t'doDo.Dice&DdcbeaPi:Shoes made to order. 'Owen is clerking for Mr. Provost We' Trust
'- '4. '," r IsfrWY'Bwk; ;
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; during his,absence. i! Mian River

_. jiFlLATEST: CODNTY :Mr. and :Mrs. A. L. Bruner and

';L: little daughter Beth and niece, Nellie -, DoctorsIf J..
< "" NEWS NOTES Bruner, leave this week for Tennessee .

'-r 1 Jt where they will spend the sum Authorized Capital, $100,000; Paid-ap Capital, $25,000; Average Deposits, $200,000 i
:A". :little Happenings That Help to Make mer.Mrs. you are suffering from .
Chambers is visiting her son blood thin blood debility :
< impure -
the newspaper
Up Weekly
t1' Archie in Jacksonville.Joe nervousness, exhaus- .

i, .o:15 :; Bruner has sold his home place tion should begin at once
to C. D. Provost and has purchaseda with the j.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
Rumors of wedding bells that are Exchange bought and sold all foreign countries. appreciated.
'l strip next to Dr. Chambers, a part on Patronage
,to ring in June. Sarsaparilla: you haveknown Prompt service polite treatment and every favor consistent -.
't sfe v '
..: ..,,, of the old Hiscock place. with conservative
<< "*' all life. Your doctor banking grantedCORRESPONDINTS .
--i :' There will be services in the Episco- ,
':$1'tJ1pal: church next Sunday, Whit Sun- Mr. Clement and "Mr. Simmons knows it,too. Ask him about it. : !
keep the town supplied with fish. Trust 42 New York The Atlantic National Bank
Empire Company, Broadway, City i
tf Mr. W. H. Cres- rnlea there 1 action of the bowels ;
.t: at 11 by *
Tday a. m. .
,: One day on the Banana they took po,...",.ml prod nets are absorbed ratteing headache of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FioridaTITUSVILLE .
"', r. 1's.: biliousness.nans**.d peptlia.and thai i
eleven fine large fish. Tuesday Mr. reriitiuir the SanuparllU from dome its best
son.We wnrk: Arf r'.Yips are liter pill*. Act gently. FLORIDA. \
li have had several rains lately Clement, Mr. Simmons, Mr. Mock- all vegetzbie.azadeb. _
: ,/ and prospects are bright for a good ridge and Dr. Wittfeld went fishing AyerCo-.towen.H un

f'I'crop. around the point of the island and It Also nunu&otanr 7 gala VIGOR.of E-i: BRADY & BRO.,

; { Mr. Hamp Bradford and family over to Eau Gallie but as the river Awe aRE.CHE2RT j

arrives in Cocoa on Tuesday and will grew rough they had no luck. How- ijers PECTORAL Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products. 1
179 bare no secrete! V7 publishthe eWe
make their home !)ere. ever they had a very fine time.
fjrmu:at of all our medicine
\ handle produce of all kiuds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilisers. We deal exclusively
Mr.:A. H.Tratfurd is at Georgiana :Mrs. Dawley and Mrs. Joe Bruner in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on
y1 Grain and all Groceries,delivered at your station. E. L.BEADY&BRO.,TnTsviLLE FLA.
finishing the shipping of his orange have both been quite sick the past I i
.. week. his term there two weeks ago and
,crop. /
I. The many friends of Judge and A. B. Carter took a load of young spent two weeks at home. He left s. J. N"ORTON"9 ,
last Friday for Fort Pierce, wherehe I
Mrs. Capehart regret to hear of her people Artesia to attend the
f over spent a few days visiting his sister Hay,
and Groceries aft'iirsU I
their their Staple Fancy
W death while on way to dance last Friday night.
Miss Elma Geiger, and came ,
t '{
home in W. Va. Mrs. Capehart was Mr. Waldo Clement and wife and back to Narrows Sunday, where he i
/a woman of lovely character and the daughter Mr. Mrs. Ezra Simmons
I ant will be principal of the summer term

family has the sympathy of everyone.Mr. and, Miss Ruth Allen attended, {;f school there. T1tusv-1.11o.__ _____u _ I_ : Florida.rrrr ___. _
Dick LaRoche, of Courtenay, the entertainment given by the Cocoa
I Mrs. (Oonkling and two children rrr-rrrr = =
_ has been looking for a location in school last Friday.
left Saturday for Daytona, where BOAT :
town with a view to purchasing.His TITUSVILLE CO.
t Miss Cora Munson is at home for she will visit a short while, and then 4
son'Richard has been attending the; summer vacation. She has greatly continue her journey north. Messrs.
the Cocoa high school and they will her. school life the Motors installed and
enjoyed past Conkling and Hayes expect to follow repaired by expert engineers %
probably move here for next term. winter and hopes to return next fall. Thursday and meet her in Savannah.

?;. The fishing business is getting Cocoa has a fine school and it is largely I. Mr. and Mrs. C. have recently purchased e Marine Railway: i

brisk and the fishermen are preparing because the teachers are not new the C. D.Provost place and we
7: Launches carefully stored for the summer months ,
for a busy season. every year but have time to get acquainted -II.hope to see them back early in the

Cocoa has about rested up from with their work and get interested winter. c Jr=Jr=r cr-rrrrrr r= rrr-r J r-r.Jr- r-rrr Ji3

the tourist season and is now getting in the pupils. Prof. Wake- Miss Elma Geiger, who is teaching ,

A busy,to meet the rush next fall. field has certainly worked hard, to school in Fort Pierce, is expected Jas. Pritchard & Son

; 4 S. S. Jones is having his business build up and get into good order the home in a few days. U Titusville Fla.
block treated to a coat of paint. Cocoa school and the people on the '
I Mr. and Mrs. Bisbee were in'Co- Agents for the

Closing Exercises of Cocoa School island good will high greatly school appreciate so near havinga home. coa Saturday.Mr. Original T & M Reversible :

There were quite a number of child Ringgold will leave forJBalti- I
; The Cocoa high school closed last ren from the island there this winter more as soon as he is through ship- MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES

V *Friday.. There were ten graduates and if the same professor and teachers ping his tomato crop. We are sorryto Thoroughly covered by patents .
\ V from the grammar into the high lose him. He has recently sold I
school departmentAllie'Hughlett are there next year the numberwill c4 The Engine that Runs Without Repairs ,
his place here. ,
be much larger.' -- --
1 Alta Wakefield and Mazie Porcher, John F. Geiger, Jr., killed an alligator These motors are safe and reliable and

Amos Wooten, Clement La Roche, A Significant Prayer measuring five feet. It was can be operated by alcohol or kerosene

i Palmer Singleton, Harry Peck, Albert "May the Lord help you make Buck the first alligator seen about here in with as Rood results by using gasoline
Booth,Willard Gould and Albert Ien' Arnica salve known to all." writes -
J. G. Jenkins, of Chapel 1 Hill, X. C. It sometime.Mr. .
Chalker. The boys are to be congratulated
quickly took the pain out of a felon for Walker has made some improvements NEW CASH GROCERY STORE
_ as this is a rare occurrence me and rural it in wonderfully short
his house. Mr. S. A.
on 1A I .
where the boys outnumbered time Boston earth for soresburns
the girls in a graduating class. and wounds.23a at lied Cross Pharmacy Osteen is also building to his house. FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES j
Our school is a source of pride tour EAU GALLIE Death of Mrs. C. S. Emerson We buy as low as possible! and !"ellfor, cash; therefore sell!! the cheapest. t!
people. Children from various felt Lnoli over onr stock and get our prices before boy mg. 1
will be .
Summer weather and showers during Very general regret Main nnd Streets
Corner Hopkins
.. parts of the county have been in attendance fraternity
I \ this term and general satisfaction the past week.B. among newspaper the of 0- :EI:. IBCE: TJaC:: cfe CO.,
_ throughout the State over news
is expressed by them. It is a G. Spiller is planting velvet the death at Sanford last Tuesday of TIT{; ,"ILT FLORIDA.

pleasure to have them in our school beans this week. Mrs Charles S. Emerson, wife of

and"we hope they will attend again John McAllister is at the James- Charles S. Emerson founder of the T411j' VICTOR

1 next year. town exposition.P. Fort Pierce News and more recently '

.. Supt. Walker attended the closing A. McMillan left for Chicagoon business manager of the Herald and 1t'J Talking Machines, Supplies and
I exercises and delivered a pleasing Sews, in Tampa. Since going to San- 'I
Sunday a carload of Florida Records sold the
address. He also presented the class curios.G. ford Mr. Emerson has been engagedIn by

with their diplomas. As usual the the hotel business. The body of

children who took part in the program W. Hopkins is over on his range Mrs. Emerson was taken to Siremac .v; l ,, INDIAN RIVERJUS1C HOUSE .
this week with parties looking over Mich., for interment
did well and X
everyone enjoyedthe the land. Mate, vo 1ITOSVIUE FLORIDA'NIIITEIALL
performance. Especial mentionis .
made of Richard La Roche as Jumbo The sharpie Lizzie is being over Stop GrumblingIf
suffer! from rheumatism or pain.
hauled this week.
Jum,and the Three Little Kittens. for Ballanl's Snow Liniment will bring PORTLAND CEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Paddison en- quick reliff It is a sure rare for sprains.
INDIANOLA tertained on Wednesday evening of rheumatism, 'ontr3t't..d mn:tles soil all .,,- .
'F pam -and within the reach of all. Price i
Mrs. S. J. Field, Mrs. J. E. Reed last week. Cards was the feature at 2"c 50c, $.00 C. K Smith, Tenaha, i
received in the
500 Barrels will be
and family returned Sunday from a this very enjoyable function. Re- Tex., writes: "I have u ed Ballaid'8
freshments served Snow Liniment in mv family fur years 60 days. Costs a little more than other cement -
short visit to Daytona. were at 11 p. m and have found j it a fine reined for all

Mr. J. B. Fisher, after spending Thos Sumter has purchased a new pains and aches" I recommend; it fur but is better.
pains in the chest Sold by lied CroeS
the winter here, left Monday for his graphophone.The .

home in Columbus, 0. Eau Gallie Yacht club will PharmacyTORI1'1 EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,

1 .,
+' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cannatta are meet at G. F. Paddison's office on Bran tto Nave aUtals Boni Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material

,; visiting their Georgiana home.A Monday next at 7:30 p. m. ctl
Spatue t # Eau Gallie, Florida.
large party spent Sunday at Cocoa Mr. Mockridge left for the northon cf r

Beach, going via Georgiana. Tuesday last.
They had a fine, long day. Mr. Clements and" Dr. Wittfeldwere JAMES C. SPELL M"I.'llrllrllrlllllllllllllllllrllrllll'lllrl'llr" !V /( IV u.ft' I{ !\} fU 4\J' !V If ".J\.U fl.! 4\ \ (

Miss Herbert isvisitingherfrienc| in our harbor Tuesday in their
Mrs. Allan. fast hunting launch. Physician and Surgeon'Phone

GEORGIANA Letters from Michigan friends report 17TITUSVILLE The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.

exceptionally cold weather for
I Mr. Arthur Mockridge has left for the season. FLA.
his home in New Jersey, having Tucker Bros. fishing fleet is doinga MACHINE SHOPS

spent a very pleasant month on Indian good business. The dark nightsare EAST COAST MEAT MARKET

-, river. favorable to the boys.S. .
1 G.F.DUREN,Agent,
i .. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Canatta spent a K. Watts received a very fine Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'
few d ays in town and called on old Victor
talking machine this week
friends the first of the week. Florida and
from the Indian
Music House,
p1 Oranges are still going north from Titusville. ,
'r this place.: Grapefruit command as -_

I. high as $5.00 on dock; russet oranges LOTUSA Agricultural Implements

{ on dock $3.50, and bright fruit i is party from Lotus consisting of

. 1 selling for over $6.00 in PhiladelphiaMiss nine went to the Cocoa May day pic- SANFORD FLORIDAtyWttffftNffttfWftfftftfftfftfftfftftM
of all Kinds. ,
Mary Wittfeld is spending a nic. All report a very pleasant time

ti- week with her grandmother at Palm Mr. Lawton F. Geiger who has

Beach. been teaching at Fort Drum, finished TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA



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