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 17, 1907


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


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

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

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


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'- Clothes.... / Every Department .

,Pungent Holes Pertaining to Events CHLOSS BROS. MAKE Personal, Paragraphs About People that MONDAY, MAY 20, 1907. Something About the People of Titus- .

Transpiring Abdtt Town Travel Here and There Natural linen, 30 inches wide, yule
'I': as They Come and Go
Our clothing this has I worth 40 cents per yard, Monday's
,; The rainy season is certainly at i The celebrated Plant Juice Remedies
Miss "
Lizzie is
been bettered at pointConstant special, 25 cents. spending a
hand for it rains almost every
; every day. I are for sale by C._ Collins.
week with
progress and advance I India linon lawn, 32 inches wide, friends at New Smyrna. _
Those suits, Schloss"Bros. make, to Mrs. W. N.Hendry, of Fort Pierce, worth 'Winston '
ment is the watchword here-this : 25 cents, Monday only, 19 cents S. Branning is sole agent e
be 'found only at Branning's, are is here visiting with her relatives and '
yard.Swiss for Queen
is necessary to maintain the stand I per | Quality shoes. A complete -.
'j--; beauties.Mr. ard of superiority which we insist is stopping with Mrs. E..L.Brady. ernbroidery insertion, entirey stock of the latest cuts at all' "I

F. S. Battle received a very shall distinguish our garments Those single coats in mohair and l new,; worth 20 cents per yard, times.

'fine buggy horse one day last week They embody all the style and serge, no lining at all, are the stuff Monday's special 12 1-2 cents, ranging Mr. Carl C. Curtiss is now stopping ',..

from.Jacksonville.Mr. for summer, $3.50 to $7.50 at Bran in width from inch ,
'IT. careful handwork of custom-tail one to two for a,while with his family in LaGrange it

t. Jas. H. Padgett has been appointed ored garments, yet they are soldat ning's. x and a half.Point having given up his position .

agent for this territory for popular prices. The box ball alley, which has beenin de Spre, 54 inches wide, with the Cable company. ".'

the Singer Sewing Machine company We keep at all times a most town for almost a year, was shipped worth $1.50, special 79 cents. Col. A. M. Thrasher .
of Sanford" "
; Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Lapham and complete stock of clothing,shoes, this week to the owners, Edwards Ladies' undervests, with tape in was in town Tuesday defending the <*S". -
... child, of Cocoa, were in town this hats: men's and.boys' furnishings. & Co., in Indiana, by G. H. Heath. neck and -armholes, worth 20 cents, case of Griffin Johnson, colored, for >

week. THE STAR received a pleas: Every item strictly uptodateand Dr. J. Sills Daniel has purchasedthe Monday only, 12 1-2 cents each. illegal fishing in county court.

ant call.'Judge. sold at the most reasonable L. C. Branning place. This gives 'Ladies' gauze hose, the well known

Gaulden was in town the prices. Mail orders a specialty. the doctor a whole block facing on Onyx brand, worth 50 cents, Mon- Mrs.home A. N. Nolle and baby returned 3

Palm street, from Julia to Main day's special, 3 pair for $1.00. Thursday of last week froma
first of the week attending his duties WINSTON S. BRANNING visit of
Figured batistes endless a couple of weeks with her
as prosecuting attorney:before Titusyille, Florida. Leave ;your orders for silverwareand of variety mother, Mrs. Kuhl, at Shiloh. -

the county court. \ _h '_d _____ jewelry, including chains, rings, figures, polka dots and stripes,
worth 20 cents, special 15 cents The Scrimgeour building,on Wash-
Capt. W. H.Reed left Banana river ATLANTA'S_STRANGE CASE pins, also emblem pins of any order, per ington avenue 1
yard. now occupied by Mr-
at the Novelty Store. I. M. Dodson.
this week for his home in
summer 1 V. W. Eldred
Silk shadow organdie, stylish has been secured by
{ Neponsett Mass.. We expect to see Fred Bush Tries to kill His Part.ner's Mr. V. W. Eldred has purchasedthe very Perry Johnson the
I thisseason_ worth 75 cents, Monday's barber, who will ,
", i him againtin the early fall. place in South Titusville knownas
Intended BrideS special, 49 cents per yard. soon occupy the same. -'
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morgan and the Nauman property, and expects -
Figured lawns, fore Mrs. J.
specially good Sondergaarde
Mr. L. W. Doolittle was called to to take possession of the expected to
Master Rosser expect to leave for Atlanta a few days on accountof dressing sacks and kimonas, worth 10 leave for her home in Perth Amboy '
next week.
England the first part of next week cents at 6 1-2 cents this week but
the case against Fred Bush of that Monday. owing to slight indisposition
and will probably spend about four lIr.V.. R. Moses, of West Palm White
bedspreads Marsellaise her
city, who is charged with sending a patterns physician would not
months in that country. Beach, has been in the vicinity "ol f
worth $2.50 to let her
bomb to Miss Kathryn McCarthy, of Monday only, agree depart.
Titusvilte had 2.63 inches of rainfall Fort Pierce looking after the interests $1.98 also
'f that city, in an attempt to kill the of the same with fringe for iron Capt. Jas. Pritchard left Wednesday -
Allapatahatchee Fruit
Wednesday and 2.03 inches yes young lady because she was about to aeds. for Austell, Ga., where he willspendaOvveek 1
terday. Jupiter had 3.10 inches rain and Vegetable Cp. Screen cloth
for windows and
wed Charles Doolittle, a son of Mr. or so, returning via
Wednesday. So the long continued -.' L. W. Doolittle. I' Raymond Branning, of BranningBros. doors, 33 inches wide, the famous Tallahassee, where he has some important '

drought is broken. II' ., of West Palm Beach, has disposed Palmer 20
-* o It is alleged that Bush was not jealous patent, yard rolls for$2.00. business matters to look af
Mr. and Mrs. P., H. Wright leftthis of Miss McCarthy, but he has of his interest in the dry goods Boys' knee pants with belt straps,

morning for a Visit to Tallahassee held a deep and unnatural affectionfor business to his brother, Geo. L. Bran worth $1.00, special 75 cents. ter.Mr.. and Mrs. S. B. Rathbun and

and places in Georgia, and Mrs. I Charlie Doolittle for a numberof ning, and gone to Texas prospecting Also another lot of hard finished little daughter Grace left Mondayvia

Wright's mother, Mrs. Jones, will years. All the principal stores in town observed worsted, worth 75 cents, special 50 all rail route for their home in k

leave Sunday or Monday to join them. i At the trial Monday Charlie Doolit the half holiday for Thursdaysyesterday cents. Hammondsport, N. Y. They made

The special law for Brevard county I tle told nothing criminating against for the first time. Ten Special prices in ladies' ready made many improvements to their cottage 4

authorizing the county commissioners i Bush, but as the recorder remarked, business houses in town signed thi: shirtwaists,also in ready made skirts here this spring before leaving for

to levy a special tax of two mills I he did all he could to shield Bushfrom agreement which was' published i in Remnants in lawns, ginghams, in the north.

to purchase road building machinery; the arm of the law. If the story THE STAR last week. fact in almost anything and any size< Mrs. S. H. l

has passed both houses of the legis I told by Doolittle's relatives is trueit Mr. C. II. Bradley has resigned as you want at price less than half of resident of Titusville Happersett, formerly a !
now \living in
lature. must have been that subtle influ station agent at Miami for the regular cost.
DeLand, had the management of the
Contractor P. J. 'Hall has completed ence, which they believe Bush alwayshad F. E. C. railway, a position he has Mail orders promptly filled on any presentation of the comedy, Cinder-

his work on the turpentine. over Doolittle, that made him held for the past ten years and< of the above goods. ella, at the DeLand public school auditorium

buildings at Mims and commenced try to protect the man who was he will move to Jacksonville. The JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. two weeks ago, which wasa

Tuesday putting in shelving in the' charged with trying to murder his resignation will go into effect at an 'Phone No. 8. decided success. In mentioningthe

new location for the Titusville Phar sweetheart.The early date. Grand \ and Display play, the DeLand Record said:

macy. case upsets all records of the Miss Bertha Oliver, a former resident ":\Irs. Happersett has '
You probably do not realize that managed a.
We are informed that Mr. Kline kind. If Bush had been charged with of Titusville, and daughter o f the militaryand naval displays,which number of plays at DeLand and never -

has leased the store which is now oc trying to blow Miss McCarthy into our former townsman, Mr. L. C.Oliver can be seen at the Jamestown: exposition failed being successful, delightinga

cupied by Mr. W. S. Branning to Dr. eternity because some other youngman is a member of the graduatin far exceed anything of the crowded house at every one."

J. C. Spell, who will open up a drugstore was about to win the young lady class at Brenau college, in Gaines ]kind before. No
in the same as soon as it is vacated : from him the affair would have beenin ville, Ga., the commencement exercises should seen one For a pair of trousers go to Bran-
fail to visit the
exposition i if
by Mr. Branning. The latter the proper and ordinary channelsof of that institution being held ning's. Now on exhibition the largest
there were nothing there to be seen I assortment of latest
expects to give up same by June 1st. such tragedies; but the evidencein from the 18th to' the 25th of thi but the naval and military displays; $7.00. cuts, $1.50'to
the case tended to bring out the month. Miss Berthagraduates wit
The Cocoa and Titusville Junior
but, as a matter of fact, there are a t
fact that Fred Hush was so deeply attached -. honors. Mr.
Branning floes to Miami
baseball teams played an exciting great many other interesting feat-
to Charlie Doolittle
that he
game on the diamond at this place Business Houses to Move ures to be seen. Mr. L. C. Branning, F. E. C. sta. i
[ tried to wreck home and murder
last Saturday afternoon, the score household a Mr. Winston S. Branning has t.e- In the southeast; end of the Manu tioft agent at this place for a number #
standing S in favor of the home se]p- cured the corner store now occupied ;j j facturer's & Liberal Arts Building i of years past, has been appointed to 1

nine. The Cocoa boys rather outsized crated from a youth with \\homhe by the Titusville Pharmacy, and will I j you will find something which is of I I take; charge of the company's business -

the home nine except their little had been living for several years, andfor move his stock of gents' furnishingsinto I especial interest to all the south- j at :Miami, succeeding Mr. C. H. ,
whom his affection was almost the same about the first of the j
centerfielder, Palmer Singleton, mania. a coming month, the Titusville Phar-| I j j ern people. Craddock-Terry cornpony Bradley, resigned. Mr. Branningand

who is a wonderful little player./ Charlie Doolittle had macy will move into the store adjoining I- of Lynchburg, Va., the largest'; wife expect to leave us about the

Good battery work was done on both visited his next door to 'the Indian River I shoe manufacturers in the south. '' 25th inst., and Mr. B. will enter upon '

sides* and it was either sides' game father here in Titusville several- times.the .. Music House, which was vacated th ie'have'I reproduced an "old Virginia (; the discharge of his new duties
past two and his first of the week by Messrs. Walker
years partner,
close up to the finish. I shoe shop" just as it stood in 1857. the first of the coming month. Mr.
& Co., the latter moving their stock j
Fred Bush, was here the first of last I
I of goods into their department store. The old negro shoemakerhohas Phil. H. Wright will assume the position '
i i FUR ITUIE, DIIY GOODS, SHOES year for a week or so. w I
. worked in this shop since that date, : of Titusville station agent.
Ladies black mon!'quetaire gloves Miss McCarthy's mother seriously
in lisle taffeta fini-h. was Specials in Kline's Clothing and : can be seen making shoes "in the Mr. Branning has given perfect sat-
injured by the infernal
Automatic eye glass hoiit>fS. ma Gents' Furnishing Department same old way." i isfaction to both the company and i

New line allover embroidery and. net. chine. Men's blue linen suits, Monday" In striking contrast with this exhibit .its: i patrons here and his friends re-
IMrigerator: and water coolers.Chas. Bush is held under $10,000 bondfor
lIa\\ eye.claases fitted and IOlel. special $5.00 per suit, two-piece. i will be seen just across the aislean gret his departure but congratulatehim
A. Gardner 'Phone 34 assault with intent to murder. Men's famous Princely shirts made 'i! up-to-date shoe factor, showing upon the promotion to a higher ;
splendid quality madras, with ,
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Church Notes County Court Proceedings cuffs attached or detached, in darkor I just how shoes are made today by position.
I light patterns, 73 cents would be i i the Craddo lc Terry company in theirs. :> ---------

I Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on County court convened Mondaywith the right price Monday only 50 : factories IQ Lynchburg. Exhibits of Engines For Sale

I Sunday at LaGrange at 11 a. m., and Hon. B. R. Wilson, presiding. Endless variety of patterns and i in'this'; kind not only are interesting, : Two 5 b. p. double cylinder, four a
at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. There was little work for the court stripes and checks as well. cycle Peninsular motors. New ande
i but
instructive ;
i Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at to do,* nly two prisoners for trial. i very and all of thI j jI in first class order. Will be sold
Georgiana Sunday May 19, at 11 I For Sale I southern people are interested in seei very low. G. F. PADDISON,
a. m. and 7:30: p. m. All are wel I i. Hilly Wright pleaded guilty to the Desirable home in Titusville, cot.tage I j ing the progress of the "new south" Eau Gallie, fla.
charge of carrying concealed of six -- --
_ come. wear rooms, property consistsof : in the manufacturing industry
At Cocoa next Sunday May 19th. ons and was fined $100 and costs or three lots on which are several i -- ------_ Draying
. six months kinds of bearing fruit trees. Bargain -!( FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH of all kinds Iti
Rev. W. F. Allen will preach at 11 at hard labor. Drain: or iMiiimj; prompt-
and-7:30 m. Sunday school Griffin for quick sale. Inquire F. W., About 8S acres of good high land on 1 ly attends, to. Mwt* all trains.. Stove
a. m. p. found ;
was guiltyby
in the care STAR office. the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat wood for sale at all tin rs.:!
will be held at 10 morning.All the jury of illegal fishing and was I the Narrows, described as follows: Lot II. t;. IIOLTOS,
are welcome. fined $50 and costs. GINREPAIRSIIOP No. 3, section 35, also lot Xo. 3, section> :; Titusville, Fla.
Parlors Send your guns for repairs to Henry 36, in township south, range 39 east. i' - -
Dress Making -. This is the last term of county Benecke. All work thoroughly done II This land is unimproved but finely lo Call at Tituatille Livery, at rear of
Mrs. C. A. Krnlder has opened dressmaking court in Brevard county, the legislature Guns loose in the breech tightened equal cated. For further particulars address ;! :Ilobbinlaw office for stylish rigs.
parlors in THE STAR building, to new, also guns stocked and shotguns E. M. Lew, Leave your orders for hauling, lioth'dou-\
,ground floor. Trimming tats a specialty. having abolished it. rebored, etc. H. BenecLe, Titngville, Fl a. [ Brockton, Mass 1 i blear single. J. )1.Usban, proprietor.



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No More of The Mikado." hundred of whom have been quarteredIn t

Lr tR I FOREIGN I 'The British government has formally I the company's barn. TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. r
No made to operate cars
ordered the discontinuance of all performances attempt was :

of the comic opera, "The in the business district, for the police

v Irish Home Rule Bill In. Mikado," because of Its offensiveness'I Ito disarmed all men on cars as they came SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL.t
S = The British government's long expected Japanese citizens. out of the barn and did little to preventthe t

+ measure looking to home rule mob from throwing bricks. Chief, .
Spain Acclaims New Heir.
.. for Ireland was Introduced In the of Police Dinnan ordered the police to
Queen Victoria of Spain gave birthto
) commons Tuesday by the chief secretary shoot any strike breaker who .fired on Modern: 3PvLl.lra.cirL"t
a boy baby May 10 who becomes
for- Ireland Augustin Birrell, the crowds. The business of the city
heir to the throne
? now occupied by Alfonso -
amid an uproar of shouts and protests the was almost completely paralyzed andit
and whole nation is rejoicIng -
'. ': of "gag" as It.was forced to the first was expected that Governor Gillette
: over the event A great throng of
r vote under the closure rule. It passed: would order out the troops at any moment THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE
people had gathered In the approachesto
4 the first reading 16 to 121. It appears President Cornelius of the car-
the castle at Madrid in expectation
I to be one of those compromise enactments of the announcement which came men's union issued inflammatory proc- NORFOLK, VA. .

f which are safe for the party en- lamations, claiming that the roads hadhplQrted
y shortly after with of
: noon a booming ..
.acting but not altogether satisfactory thugs and ex-convicts to
;: ., I twenty-one guns. Inside the palace Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily .
; to any party. Mr. Birrell said that it shoot down innocent people. On May .
there was an assemblage of the high- .
; contained no new legislative power, I 7, when the company attempted to run t
-. 1 est officials and diplomats, In the pres- e \
that it changed no taxes and that the five cars with'armed strike breakers a ,
ence of which the tiny new born Infant
Irish people mob of union mechanics and other '
was ex.l1lbitCbeing carried on a silver For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, orwrite :
would continue obstructive
> strike sympathizers began an -
tray by the "mistress of the robes" to
.,..,. \ to send representatives attack. Thereupon the' strike S. C. BOY LSTON Jr. Asst. General
who was escorted by the king himself Passenger Agent,"
to the breakers began to shoot into the crowd,
$ I** Y FInest laces, were draped over the ba- JACKSONVILLE FLA
t .' Imperial parliament of whom ,
wounding' a score or more,
The burden
br.s body. precious was !
fY In London. five mortally injured. Heavy
handed -
to Premier Maura, who held
Though thus missiles thrown from the tall buildingson
the tray while all present had a peep.Thf. s '
fi limited In scope, either hand smashed Into and wrecked i
.>n It was borne back to the proud
the bill would the which then taken
cars, were
I and happy mother. It was all a very dune F
'' have the object "back to the barn.
formal of introduction
ceremony required -
: o f associating :
by royal tradition. By a decreeof New York Strike Riots.

sentiment Irish of the the government the new heir to the The principal steamship lines having Engines it i

I S / people throne will be called "Prince of the As1tunas"
decided not to grant the demands of t
7 with the admlnIstratioB -
of In professed imitation of the the longshoremen for higher wages,

title given to the heirs to the British strike breakers were set to work load- ,

i>..t cat many purely lo- throne. The fact that the queen is of ing the ships next due to sail, and the ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT. '
affairs. lie
Augustln BirrelL English birth gives the event special ocean liners got away on time, though ED FOR SATISFACTORY k,
would admit that "Dublin castle rule"had ignificance[ as the beginning of a new p "
--s proved a failure. To take over in the succession. only partly loaded. This greatly an- fUSE IN FLORIDA WATERS '
era Spanish
the strikers and clashes .
gered many
the control of the boards of local government t
Not to Talk Disarmament. occurred in the streets along the docks.
and technical Instruction ;
agriculture Europe now understands that Ger- Several lines came to terms with the Regal Marine
'E public works, education, cor- Engines
rection and the registrars' office, the many in the preliminary Interchanges men and tub encouraged the, other

has strikers Hints also occurred In- connection Stand for the highest of Via, f
: bill proposes to set up a national coun on the coming Hague conference type
ell consisting of eighty-two elected and definitely refused to discuss any pro- with the strike on the Have- mt'rhanical6kill and reliability ; ,
They four ,
twenty-four nominated members besides posal for the limitation or armaments, I meyer sugar refinery in Brooklyn. spark ignition are automobile cycle, jump type ,6 I 1P1 (

a the under secretary ex-officio and this, if true, will deprive the conference I strike breakers being attacked as they mechanical valves float feed

The members would be elect l from of its chief significance. Chan left the factory Wednesday night;: carburetor, enclosed crank case,

_ : a local franchise which gives peers cellor von Buelow, however, holds The police were on hand: and chargedthe ;: bronzed steam forged bearings.crank shaft Have, and the

and women the right to vote. The England to blame referring to the .recent rioters with clubs About 12.000 fewest number working parts

1 t '-'. king would name the first non-electhe unofficial,announcement In a British men were out. consistent with a perfect oper-

_ 1 f members and after that they would be I government organ indicating that ating motor and many otherexclusive

named by the lord lieutenant. But nor Germany would have to fall into line It is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold _. features found only in the Regal

act of the council would be valid unless This greatly angered the German pre s. How often do we hear it remarked: THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT

; S approved by the lord lieutenant, "It's only a cold," and a few days later Made in three '

; and any vetoes by him would be open learn that the man is on his back with P. double cylinder Sif.ftSSjtafi" <*1'nd-8to15 H,

4. I COMMERCIALTwo I pneumonia. This is of such common occurrence -
for discussion before the
'r imperial parliament that a cold however ehuht We also manufacture'a line of heavy, slow speed working engines
For funds it is to from 6 U. P
proposed single
k should not be disregarded. Chamberlair1 cylinder to 45 H. P four cylinder a._ ..
:; create an Irish treasury to be replenished Cent Fare Retaliation.
l- The many hundreds of Regal
Cough Remedy counteracts any engines now in operation throughout -
t five years by act of The first statement from' the Pennsylvania the country are a of
every parliament tendency of a colti to result in pneumonia guarantee the satisfaction they are giving.
starting at about 10000.000 lines west of Pittsburg concerning and !has
S gamed; its great popnlari-
_ ::. a year for current expenses. the effect of tne new two ty and extensive sale hy its prompt cures Get t a Regal in tie Beginning Don't Experiment '

American Bill In Reichstag. cent fare law on ttelr business has of tins most common ailment. It alwayscure Ilaml-ome

i [. t In the reichstag at Berlin the secretary Just been issued ou behalf of the and is pleasant to take. For sale explanatory catalogue mailed free on request
of the interior introduced the bill Cleveland and Marietta, which is en- by all druggists and medicine dealers. Regal Gasoline Engine Co.

t tirely in the state of Ohio. It shows
authorizing the proved trade agreement : KfTrrtft of DrafnrkB.An Cold Water
that during loor the passengers car- Michigan
: with the United Mates explaining ear specialist insists that deafness
increased 13U,: pr cent and that
that it was the first step toward a the number of miles tra"t.'letilncreased affects all the Censes. He says the reason -

permanent reciprocal treaty. The measure .
for this I is that the ear Is only onserant _
; was then referred to a special committee TirvB'i. but that in spite of this the of the service of the : !;t 'I": 0Jf:": \' = _' :"
passenser earnings; decreased $-t..";!)'). sensors
of twenty-eight, including com- human system. Loss of hearing Is
t or about 3 per cent The report hints
mercial the debate - -
experts. During --- -
v i that before the really a partial paralysis of the brain, -
long service
ei r Count Wehner-Posidowski, the %chief passenger but owing to the sympathetic connec- THE SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO
: will have to be curtailed If the two
said the far
secretary, agreement was tion of the various sensory nerve centers -
cent rt'mai'ls.
from satisfactory, but would serve to of the brain the others Indirectly

... preserve friendly relations till some- Ryan: Finances Expositicn. concerned have to combat for their THE FARRAND-CEOILIAN PIANO

.. thing better could be obtained. America The director of the Jamestown exposition 'I very life the demoralizing Influence of

should recollect that Germany is announced that all arrange- the affected( center. THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO

one of her best customers"; No serious cuts had been completed for the issuance ------- --
of ?400.( tO worth of bonds, it
i opposition appeared
f Sciatica Cured After Twenty Yearsof
being; generally understood that Thomas
: Torture
;; ) Canada Bars Sunday Papers.
F. Kyan bad agreed to lend the
I Acting under the new Lord's day act, For more than twenty t't'trIr.. J. B.

officers of the Canadian governmenthave money. It is the intention of the directors I Mae, of:EJJ2> Clinton't". :Minneapolis, '&" !i" ..II'r

been ported along the American to make the exposition build Minn. wag tortured I by Miatica. Tile rf.JIJII / ;. ..

mss and grounds a institu I ill, which he endured -
frontier to refuse admittance to all permanent I'linaml: << rinz ;,
lr tiou of some Miid iloriiu: tlii- tim !>I bf\ond compreli } ''''1
Sunday papers i issues! in the States ; {
Notlnt. .' him .
MOM \\t? any pumant'lltrt'lid ,
1 More Harriman Stock Issued. '
: .
More than 13000: papers were thus until ht- 'tserl Chimterain'] Pain )
h Wall street was surprised to learn .
held up. People accustomed to getting Balm. One app['iatif of that liniment '
these are making a great ado that the directors of the Union Pacific ly.. -- m o t4
to papers relieved the pi:n and mal -leepind rest i ipo ..
r and sending protests to Ottawa. and Southern Paunc roads had !"-iblf, and 'e-= ball one IxMtlet-ftecltV r. a ..
authorized ne'i: e Domingo Now Under Our Wing. a permanent 'ure If troubled with HIatica -
bands l for the former and $: 000.000 or r'if i.tnati'-in VI In not try a L'> cent'
Since the ratification of the
new of preferred tock for the latter The U>ttle ('>f Pain Balm! and;! per fr yourself
treaty between the United States and] how relieves the For I
bonds convey the right of conversionto qmckh it pain r.
San Domingo by the Dominican congress common stock any time within threeto sale hy alldnnnistsandmedicinedealers! I"
May 3. thy prevailing opinion in
fire years and are to bear 4 per cent
this country has been that It involves .
interest The directors also ordered
radical departure from traditional L(. ';
that dividends lie paid quarterly here- Chamberlain's
American policy toward the smaller republic
r' after. )Ir. HarrIman said the net
of Spanish America. By this
earnings for the last fiscal! year were
treaty, which Is expected to take the
) ?44 C97.000 on the Southern Pacific and
place of the one pending before the
-.rj,4C5.< iOon the Union Pacific.
a } American senate for the last two
Drug Trust Enjoined.The .
years, the United States will 1.Iecome'I II

{ the financial trustee of San Domingoand ninety-two drug firms comprlsIng -
the so called trust were ,
In that capacity must exercise virtual -
",. enjoined from doing business by the:
police powers incident to the con-
federal circuit court at
trol of customs. Up to this time the Indianapolis on
complaint of the United States government {
supervisory powers conferred by the .

Morales-Dlllmgham treaty of 1904 l

which was rejected by the American I a

senate, have been exercised under a I INDUSTRIAL I
modus Vivendi placing an American A line that meets all demands

collector in charge of customs receiptsin Strike Paralyses San Francisco.A Cough Remedy both as to quality and price

the interest of foreign creditors.
The Children's FavoriteCURES
of motormen and conductors
The new treaty enables the president of
the United States to appoint a receive on the street car system May 5 deprived Coughs, Colds, Croup and Selling Price from $450 to $850Full

,1 of: Ixuninlcan customs during the term San Francisco entirely of street Whooping Cough

:: of bonds to be taken by a New York car service About 3.500 men were directly Thisremedylafamon.foritseureeeveralarge particulars sent
on applicationI
bank the proceeds of which by agreement affected. The demand Is for an part o I the civilized world. It can

are to satisfy all creditors of San Increase of wages and an eight boa opium always or bo other harm n.drag It and contain mar no b*

The aIt was the intention of the management (iron u confidently to a baby aa to aa adult
Domingo on a 50 per cent basis.
k.. Issue Is to be for 20000.000 In :5 percent of the roads to operate their Price 26 ct; Large Size, 6O cts.I INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOllSE TITUSYILLE

.t t bonds, to run fifty years. system with nonunion men. several ,



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.. ... in midair and It Is to this fact that
:f'r f,:..s':r:ti.:: :'r.::.' :, s:: their peculiar value to the cotton grower t

Is due. Other useful birds of prey Don't

are the orioles, blackbirds, wrens and ""

j I flycatchers. As many as four boll

weevils have been found in the stom- It

1 ':f ach of aYjlngle cliff swallow. The plan Neglect :

i of the department is to increase the

number of swallows both. north and It is a serious mistake .

: ; & !f T : I south by forming nesting colonies. The to neglect a weak heart. It

: .1 southern colonies will work during the
is such short to
a step
:::: : ummer, while In the fall the northern

at'r bred birds as they pass southward. chronic heart disease.

ti4 y. will keep up the war.
omweeiEGALCRIMINAL Ten you notice irregu-

. ";::'S :;r,:::i..._ larity of action occasion--
tr ing short breath palpitation
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'Jf I Il \,from Ohio and that this plan was satIsfactory 1, I This result was brought about bye I Smith's Chief Heir. fluttering, pain in

.g I '. I to his side. On the same day an automatic stability mechanism of chest in
!" The fortune held by the late James or difficulty lyingon
Chairman Brown of the committee
extreme simplicity carried by the vehicle
'" IL Smith known In Wall
: :.f as left .side heart F
;:..,'- Miner Haywood t the Bar. came out squarely for Taft, and it itself, consisting of two fly wneels "Silent" Smith which was believed tobe your :1
...,,,- was regarded as certain that the needs
committee rotated electric motors in help-a
directly by strengthening -
In the Ada county courthouse at near | ,(XOOO) has now been di-

'J .> :Boise City Ida. May 9 William D. would follow the advice of Cor. opposite directions at high velocityand Tided among the heirs by the will probated tonic. There is no bet- '-,

F! : Haywood, secretary and treasurer of To Break Wisconsin Deadlock. mounted 59 that their gyroscopic at New York on the day of the terremedvthanDr.Miles'Heart

t \ the Western Fed ation of Miners, was The first Important' change hi the action and stored up energy can be funeral The real value of the estate .

senatorial contest before the Wisconsin utilized. These fly wheels are so amounted found to be not over $23,000,000.: Of Cure. Its strength-

federation legislature occurred when former on fine bearings and placedfa this j the largest piece goes to George ening influence is felt almost -

<. spired to cause Speaker Lenroot, known as La Foi- exhausted cases, reducing air and G. Mason, 'a nephew who has worked at

his;. the murder of lette's real preference, although the journal friction to a minimum, that his way up from the shops In the servIce once. _

the late ex-Gov senator openly indorsed Stephenson, very little power is required to keep of the St Paul railroad. He gets "I have used 10 bottles of T>r. lines'
withdrew from the contest thus making them in motion. If the current Is cut. Heart Cure and can truthfully say it
: ernor FrankSteunenberg 12000000.. A third goes to another rahanee me more good than anythliur
of an election possible at the next off. they will run at velocity sufficientto nephew William Smith Mason, a \ used, and I have tried

: f., <.,. pI Idaho Dec. 30, joint session. impart stability to the vehicle for young real estate man of Evanston doctor nearly everything who attended that I me know asked of. The me

.4 ,. 1905, Judge Baltimore's Democratic Mayor.In several hours and will not come to Ill, while $ .OOOOOO is left to the widow Dr.what Miles I was Heart taking Cure and I told him
he said it was
:r' '"" Wood presiding, the Baltimore city elections J. rest for two or three days. The $1,000,000 to a titled sister. Lady not going to do me any good but it ;
t mechanism occupies small space and of England and smaller did.' I have not taken any for a year" : i
noted counsel Barry Mahooi, Democrat, was elected cooper and h)
now. while there is occasionally a'
.. is 0 cent of the total load. The
i. contending on mayor over Timanus, the Republican per amounts to other relatives. slight symptom of the old trouble It! /. '
f. both wheels are placed In a single row beneath is not enough for me to continue the
sides and candidateIahool"s majority Is about Octopus Breaks All Records. use of the medicine. If I should get
', /yr the entire country n0. the center of the car and are so The submarine torpedo boat Octo- worse I would know what to do. Take
f f made as to permit, of horizontal and Dr. Miles' Heart Cure as I did before. '
/ alive to theY under trial at Newport, made I consider '
h rtJ Hughes Captures Organization. vertical curves in the track having less pus myself practically cured of
i ., critical nature three speed runs with Captain Marix my heart trouble
t: Ji j Notwithstanding: the rebuke adminis- radius than tie length of the vehicle S. IL DUNNAM. Livingston, Texas
Z of the legal con and other members of the naval boardas .
tered to Governor coali-
Hughes by a
1. itself thus the Dr. Miles' l
.itj' test car can run over crooked Heart Cure Is sold by
thus definitely tion of Republicans and Democrats in rails or uneven ground without danger passengers during which she broke your druggist who will guarantee that
r" .. begun after the New York state senate the governor ail records by making an average speedof the first bottle will benefit. If it falls
derailment The motive he will refund
power your money.
i numerous 10 knots an hour and a maximumof
W. D. Haywood. was able to regain complete control way be either steam petrol, oil, gas or Miles Medical Co., Elkhart Ind
preliminary motions of his party in that body last week 10.13 knots for one mile. A feature ,
electricity. The vehicle
will have the
and delays. Representatives: of of the test was the use for the first
'-<10 when the public utilities bill was In-
\ .;: the press were on hand from every dorsed in exactly the shape that he advantage being always ready for time of a submarine bell with which
use, the wheels in
gyro being kept
part of the nation and the city was wanted it The agreement was reached the Octopus is equipped and by means
filling up with people attracted out of in conference of motion by a current from a small accumulator of which connection was kept up with The.':nst rc/d4 Set of Yacht and BoatBniliiing -
a Republican sen-
while the engine is at rest Boot: nvr Published fi
4 / curiosity to the scene of the trial. In the receiving apparatus on a surface
ators, and it Included the understanding Economy also results -
anticipation of possible trouble the authorities that all of the measures desired by makingthe boat constantly during the submersion. RUDDER I
vehicles wider in
t had proportion to
,' with surrounded the trial all those connected Governor Hughes, including the recount their length than the ordinary railway Another Texas Storm.A HOW-TO BOOKS

with special bill ballot reform and investigation tornado destroyed the towns .
I and the full sized will be o I
guards while car cars Over hive from lines :
; the militia and two loco boats teen built the -
of state departments, shall be Ridzway and Birthright Tex., on the
twelve feet wide but may be two or printed m tVe tools'Successfulsailed in
A held
troops regulars In
'. t were readiness passed. three times as wide. The rail Is of 6th Inst.. nine persons being reported every cliire ad cpvn every sea- Full detail
i'- for the least sign of a disturb- drawing of a'1 pans, showing; what it is and
-' ""I ance. This was probably due to the New German Tariff Plan. :'curved top and only requires to be the killed and many injured.Ian how to Tuk
t numerous threats received by Governor The new tariff agreement betweenthe same weight as the rails on an ordi- Maclaren Dead HO.V TO EJILO A 3ACER FOR $50nrrpp

or Gooding from with United States and Germany, which nary line while the sleepers need be Dr. John Watson, the English minister I"foot_r.I'-t 1.rt.e,t."ild. .......aR ham
sympathizers ; guoJ tau-g io.I tot a Uy Io Kara the Unnnim i..
{ the accused. Special quart era.had been was drawn up by Secretary Root and only one-half the usual length and known best by his pen name of HOW TO EUILO A SKIPJACKA ;;

} ,- taken for the jury, so as to keep it Ambassador von Sternburg, to go Into :, bridges are of the simplest possible Ian[ Maelaren, lied at Mount Pleasant. brol.r line tot for. .',........ ...!:ne or kBorlmr shoat fa et

1 :, under constant guard, and a specialI effect July 1, 1907, has been made pub- construction. Expenditure of fuel will Ia.. May O after a long Illness. His t ; full|..ana us..Jpirta ba..ef.l.lw"vrb.dtan.poracif rout conpfctnl .

I ': order was issued by the mayor against lie It gives Germany the reductions i be considerably smaller, owing to the reputation as a writer was made after HOW TO BJILD A RACING SLOOP
of duty authorized all the articles absence of flanged friction middle life loot sne'rful nrmx ma'-bmw rm drained; a prfwvr .
street speaking during the progress of on on curvesand beginning! in 1894 with the in A"........Awn and Aa.lnlia; MAT la build|saw
.1 the trial. mentioned in the third section of the I to the absence of lateral oscillation publication[ of "Beside the Bonnie Brier l..a.dd

I Judge Wood on Dingley act. This amounts simply to I or jolting and the peed can be Bu;;h." HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
i the previous day had \ Simple and pnxfml........n:? how tacotutract*Uoa<4
i denied the petition of counsel for the the addition of champagnes and spar- I two or three times that of the present |Railroad Wants Beardless Men. hall fur any wane SwrJ other plant

defense kling wines to the reduced rates list system The Indian government has The Railroad HOW TO B' ILO A KNOCKABOUTA t
for a bill of Burlingtou
particulars concerning companyhas ....
fine &I tr-Hin.1; good catia cxccUnC
I the evidence to be advanced Denying Third Term Rumors. now voted $25.000 for the construction j issued from general headquartersan : ,."'r; auit.du';JI'aIt.w-"n. ;

, by the state In support of its charge President Roosevelt has been kept :of a full sized vehicle, and the British order requiring all conductors employed I HOW TO SUt.D A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA
: war department will the rfc-OT h:tie. !. boat,_
1 i of conspiracy. lawyers Darrow Richardson pretty busy denying the various state- construct on its 9,000 miles of road to remove Ball ail plan. ; itbmoderateeerbangaasi 1

I and Wilson associated in the ments made by his friends looking toward necessary' rail upon government land their whiskers by a certain dayor HOW TO CUILD A FLATTIE: OR SHARPIE !10 r
ji Chatham, near the Inventor's home "so. r.a.jtoti .M;. 'binlfslralrh':jn t the eraft for a krlotegu t
t defense with Murphy, the official COUQ his acceptance of a third nomina- explain their failure to do It
rtl.c4at ba 4.iS.ery ejpIrfeiaer rloop or tn
for future (
sel of the Federation of )Miners argued tion. To one Massachusetts caller who < experiments.Hopeless has also been ordered that white vests HOW TO BUILD A VOCEL YACHTA

I i 1 for the petition on the ground told the president that New England Consumptives Killed. and ties shall be worn. The reason ...m>pMe femiKi
that the defendant had a right to know would insist upon his renomination the Ir S. .\. Knopff the famous New given for the order is a desire to secure rf skiff UM IB aad ail makh.PRICE .

before the trial what the nature of the president replied: "Nonsense! If I York tuberculosis specialist, who was uniformity and the more business- '$1. EACH

evidence against him was, so that he were to accept a renomination after decorated by Emperor William of Germany I like appearance of the smooth shaven PREPAID BY CXPRZSS ANVVbMtRC;

I might have an opportunity to prepare what I have" said on the subject, I for his work in fighting the white |face. Bound in cloth -CotJ lettwirn-Size of pagi

the evidence In rebuttal The petition would be historically disgraced." plague;; find who received a prize olO.COO Heavy Fatalities on Railroads. 9 by 12 inches-l.;;rcf, ciurt f-drawn plans

\ was opposed for the state by United Roosevelt Explains Further. for the best treatise upon that The report of the interstate commerce THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

I States Senator Borah and Lawyers The committee! of the New York Federated disease, startled the national tuberculosis (commission covering' the months 3 MURRA" STRICT NEW YORK. US. A

4 Fawley and. Van Difyn. Commenting union returned from its call congress at Washington by advising of October, November and December S-d postal f-f Cclalcgue of foots for 'r'IakJSV6R'S

on the judge's decision after the first upon President Roosevelt with a formal that hopeless sufferers from tuberculosis 1900 gives the number of collisionsand Librarj

session of be killed quickly! and pain- ...,.,.. ,
the court, Haywood said: letter from him repeating what he derailmentdining that period as -
"What does it matter? le>sly by heavy doses! of morph: ('. : !).; ----- --
I am only n had written to th" nttoney general on of which 301 affected passenger -

.j. circumstance in the case anyhow. The March 25. 1'KML! ; In that letter the president lie said It was his practice to dj that trains. The number of passengers and a'R
and he regarded it I \ r
cause at :stake In this trial goes beyondme said that they must see that exact as a jluty employees killed was 474, of which ISO s
that the end
or a hundred like me; it is the fight justice was done the .utiwed men. might come quickly and were passengers, the Largest list on

of the laboring man against oppression referring to )Ie-: rs. )lo.-t'r, Uaywood painlessly record for any quarter, excepting that ,11t h f afi'

i, ." It was expected that the choosing and Pettibone He said he would rail The committee on medication hatmidf ending with September 19U4, The total .

j' of a Jury would occupy many days upon the district attorney of Idaho for a report condemning the use of numl>er of casualties to passengersand 5 s\
morphine and its these
as it would he difficult to find men any information of unfairness in the compounds-- employees on duty was 20,944 6a irk ,
cases.: and a bitter debate in
i whom one side or the other could not : conduct of the case am]. on the other was progress The compilation of causes of forty /
when I Ir. Drs. have stoat the test for over 50 years,
successfully challenge on the score of i hand he wanted to know whether Knopff SIkt noteworthy train accidents showed and are St ill in the lca<1. Their absolute

having formed an opinion about the there was any sign of miscarriage of Flick: and Landis had approved the re- that In wentone cases the disaster! certainty of grout. Iticir uncommonly !
1. I |purt but favored using creosote in ad- large ylrlds of ilelicious vrijttaMcS sad
**'.\se. : justice In their favor referring to the \\.t- directly traceable to carelessness, beautiful flower, make them the most
.. Black Handers Found Guilty. intemperate violence of the socialisticand \am-ed ca> the use of creosote, but said be did use | where N>M bv all dealers 1907
Eleven of the thirteen men accusedof labor agItators. The president also horbin .-i of Riilntiil employees. In a s>ur Seed Annual free on request Q.
cudcin. both of which
being; leaders of the Black Hand I says that if at any time any one can contain :rh lane number of cases the D. U FERRY & CO. ?

conspiracy In the Pennsylvania hard submit to him evidence showing miscarriage morphine or cocaine. i'1' is,11sillle' for these lapses! were Detroit, Mich. i 1
One of the plan; indorsed by the
coal for the of extorting of justice! he will bring such con I .: ,'" o"'W to their duties or bad been
region; purpose
to classes of
from I evidence to the attlntion of the attorney gross organize conMii.iptives .---.1 1 Air continued penal until l

threats money of violence numerous were found persons guiltyat by I general and have him take action -tlioul children among for home workincuien trt'atnil'nt and I ;i.... \.-<'ie |l'rl'mna1Jl\ too eshauMed EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS' ,
: in-
thereon. i > c iin"H-ittlv | Tforni their work.
ilkesbarre. This is regarded as __ stcid of in hospitals: and !-auitanumIr I ..
being only the beginning of a systematic Fulton said the secret of the uress Marvin toy Found Dead. j e

campaign of the authoritiesfor r I L SCIENTIPIC of the home treatment was that I'li4ln-l jiM .is 1et'ns when he dis- 1

the extermination of this secret f lot only the patient but the entire I ritj-eirtil! na March 4 last, the body of t

Italian'order.. little II >n>cp Man in. Jr. was found
Gyroscope Monorail Discovery. family learned the road to health t
!his than half mile from his
a father's
Before a brilliant assemblage of scientists while the man who returns from a sanitarium TRADE MARKS f
11OJlt'. near Ilnn'r. Del. .t. in
May a
I' In London last week under the usually cannot chance his family DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
I I )phe nhMi had !been tramped and I.
1 &c. '
auspice of the Hoya I society Louis s mode of life Hr Ixnvrmn urged
schoolchildren luinied over several time loy searching Anyone'pnrtlnz a iiketrb and rtpvnntk.n may
i Breunau. C. B.. the well known in. the socliiMon of consumptive:: I quickly wrprtairi our opinion free whether annrenth'n
rnn'e' lnn!!g lire past; month. uprohuMy patentable. Communlr
Ohio In Line For Taft. mentor of the Brcnuau torpedo, rave ademonstration ) in special lasses, which **o far tton. strictly nlldentiaL Handbook on Tatenu
Recent developments at Cincinnati with a miniature railway as possiMe may bo taught in the open This ma:!<* it certain that the body had sent frc Oidext agency for oecurinK patents.Fitcnta .
I leen place{ there within few taken through JIunn A Co- receive t
a days
Hake probable the unanimous indorse- car or locomotive running;; on a air. special notice, without charge, in the

ment of Secretary Taft for presidentby single rail with apparently nothing; to wa.lows; $ Fight sail!! Weevil. Illl fir tie presumably by lho"e II'nl3ihIe Scientific Jlm ri\an.
ImyV. was no
the Republican party of Ohio. This balance it, it being the first practical The bioloie:11Ul'"f>J of the depart
mark *>f violence upon the body and A handsomely flItI-tratfOd ww>kmlatKHi ,. vaguest Mr-
S was apparent from a statement issued application of the well known principleof meat of agriculture.. whiV !n, ti:1t- of an, ixientlfle }<>maL Terms$3feir a l
nothing to Indicate what caused death tour months,|U SOld newsdealers.filUNN&CQ.36"1" af
B. Cox. the Hamilton coun- I :
by George the gyroscope to railway locomo- ing the boll weevil pent in Texas I
ty Republican leader advising all Republicans i tion. It was a demonstration which where the cotton crop has been damaged and baffled the detectives were completely f '' New York
to support Taft for president i by this new development in themystery. B-ancb OTipg +i.3:!> F -t..W ,h1DIltOn.D.C.
foreshadowed another industrial revolution many millions of dollars annually -
II .
punier for re-election to the according; to those who saw It. has discovered that no less thin I The autopsy showed that 1m -
senate and Governor Harris to succeed i The car profiled by a petrol elI {<:- thirty-eight SIXVH-X of birds feed upon boy was dead when put into the KILl-THE COUGH .
1.1:1110w pool of water where he
himself Commenting on this statement ran the troublesome insect It is not was
I trie generating set about the hall .onml. and the doctors think that he AND CURE THE LUNGSWITH
Senator Foraker said that if thed'e I turned sharp corners at high speed. claimed that the birds alone can check perished from
of ('ox should meet with the approvai -! crossed a single strand wire cable In. the spread of the weevil" '. but it hasbeen the place where exposure his though not at '

of the Ohio Republicans, no one lieu of a bride and climbed heavy inclines demonstrated that they are an I lie had had body was found. Dr. sung s
j nothing to eat for two
would support Secretary Taft for the all with perfect stability. Some- important help: hence an appeal is days before death "**
I came.
presidency more cordially than he I times it wa loaded and sometimes made to the northern farmer to aid In i -- -- New

would. This was looked upon as Fo- empty but there was no attempt to the work on the ground that the insect I Sore NipplesA Discovery

raker's withdrawal from the presidential -I balance the load, for the vehicle did enemy of the farmer of every districtis cure may be effected by appiy.njr Price

race and means that Burton Is that Instantly and automatically. If the common enemy of the country.SwalloWS Chamlierlam's Salve a- soon as the childi FOR CONSUMPTION 1 50c&$1.00

eliminated from the senatorial contest I the load was plied on one side that are the foremost of the allies i done f.It *in2. Wipe it off with a soft Free Trial. d

Editor Taft. as the spokesman of Sec- side rose In proportion to the burden against the boll weevil" and they have'been cloth before allowing the child to nurse.
retary Taft said that Cox was evidently I and the side described as "the light cavalry Many trained nurses use thi calve with Guaranteed for all THROAT and
empty was depressed best
the refills Price 2:; cents boxS" _
imbued with the ambition to add I maintaining its stability whether stand- 'of the avlan army" They have no )M by all druggists and medicine per deal LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY

inolh name ffi-the NIl qf president!!: I! lug s tLl or ia motion.. I rivals n insects! : ers. f I BACK.



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-4': ', 1 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY. MAY 17, 1907 f

__ c -THE. FLORIDA STAR PINES ON THE MOVE tion, which benefitted, not'only the OF ACTRESSES J 1.jr
association shippers, but all others as _

:k 4 7 1 Eateredatthepostof3eeatTiturilleassecondclass mail matter. General Future Agent Porcher Prospects Talks on well.Messrs.. Crutchfield & Woolfolk PRAISES PE-RU-NA. I

have been closely associated with the
e' XUlt.B. Water, fdltorand PnblUher. A6DED
P, NEW FEATURE NOW United Fruit Mr. Crutch- rTV.tif.. :. PrLT rFiYOfF.'q.. rr.J.Y+!yY S.f i. ,..r
company, : : { JV: '?.rrf::!:: ::'gin):.i.},!J::.i.: gr:iv;

1< PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING All Shippers Will Be Benefitted field, of the firm, having charge of 1

their Pittsburg business since the or-
:1 "l It most bft clearly understood that neither By the,New Move "I Am } 1
"' THE BTn nor its editor is responsible.for ganization of the company. Theyare .
opinions expressed by correlqndents. therefore familiar i
0 thoroughly
Pines from the east coast have
m .. Defective' Assessment Laws commenced to move. A car of extra with the splendid f. o. b. sales system Glad To j

moved last employed by the United Fruit
fine fruit for export (
: The tax assessment laws of Florida company in the marketing of their V > : .::
Saturday and is expected to make a !>: $ Write MyEndorsement
,)-. -, were declared unconstitutional by record. tremendous importations of bananas ,'

'" Judge Charles Swayne in the United There will be a lively movement of and cocoanuts.

States court at Pensacola Wednesday fruit byplay 20, and the season will With the control of the luscious

when he made permanent the be in full swing by'June 1. east coast pineapples, which can easily -

temporary restraining order issued The Indian river, Lake Worth and be secured by the cooperation of rlJ.$. Of The

:' ,a few weeks ago restraining the tax i i Miami district produces the finest !the leading shippers in the association .5.. 5,,

# collector of Walton county from proceeding pineapples in the world. There is no i movement, and the way the as- GreatRemedy

in the of the Cuban sociation is organized to handle the ,..
comparison quality 'A
sell the
collect taxes
to or
pineapple and the east coast pine- business this season, there is no
lands of the Jackson Lumber Co., doubt of their ability to market the fJ' $
apple.It .
doing business in another state but :
is generally conceded by the entire crop at the highest possible
f -V*='i 4 having large holdings of timberlands trade throughout the country that prices f. o. b. shipping point, and it Pe-rn-na.

R x in Florida. the east coast pineapple is the only is up to ithe shippers to cooperatein

The grounds upon which the bill one actually fit for table use, and making this move on the part of I. :,_ t Do.So

z ui of. complaint was filed by the com canners have recognized the superior the association a great success. I
t 3 : pfcunants was that they had not been merit of the east coast pineapple and IndigestionWith 5, Most

given the right to appear and enter paid a premium over the same for
heart burn flatulence
its companions -
_ complaint regarding the assessment the Cuban stock. torpidity uC the )liver, eonstipa. :.

$' placed upon their property and that The Indian River and Lake Worth tion, palpitation of the heart, poor blood, IIef11itl1r.f3. .
headache and other nervous symptoms! >
a :& the law does not give the right to Pineapple Growers' association by sallow skin, foul tongue, offensive breath '

ownerS Qf real estate to protest or General Agent Porcher, has faithfully and a I legion of other ailments is at once t :r5dA$' Julia Marlo&e.
and extensively advertised the the most widespread and destructive
j }x complain of an assessment made by malady among the American eople
merit of the and I
east coast pineapple ti
= of in the The Herbme treatment will cure all then
tax county
_ 1 any assessor any brought theta to the attention of the trouble" oOo. Iwtt'e. Sold bv- Red Cross MISS JULIA MARLOWE oooaovoaaaaooaooooo0
state. Pharmacy.
consuming public. 00ooo'oaooco
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The order of that 'court states in
Q Until this season the association' improved under the treatment, but
Padding Pay Rolls :
effect that the assessment law of has encouraged shippers to sell their In the investigation in progress at ANY i ; as I stopped taking the media

i relative to the assessment' The I got bad again.
; Florida pineapples to cash buyers when they Pensacola into the Escambia county
medicine for two
If the took the year*
.l i and collection of taxes upon real estate could realize satisfactory prices, and frauds, it has developed that there has I got sick again and gave up all

; k '.._ violates the federal constitution has accepted the shipments and mark- been much padding of pay rolls. A iff the of getting cured.

a which guarantees the process of law eted them to the;best possible ad- number of men employed as painters, r;; : ; saw a testimonial of a man whose
suited theshipper's plumbers, tinners etc., .t' was similar to mine being cured by
therefore vantage at such times as carpenters,
ti to its citizens and un .
,so I thought I would give it &
convenience. testified that they received $2 and $3 J f .

constitutional. While a great shippers have per day for their work, while the pay .. .
render many procured a bottle at once and com-
y While the decision was turned over practically their entire lolls submitted and paid by the county taking it. I have taken several
;+ r upon only one case it affects every showed them listed at $1 and $5 per 'months."I and am entirely cured.
crops to be marketed through the result.In . . . ...--
and movement day. Several 12 and 14 years of
.. county in the state a boys :
association year in and year out,evidencing \ is already on foot to have the legis- the fact that they were ableto age; testified to being employed in 't like a different person. I be-
painting at 73: cents day, when t is claimed
per on the Peruna Is all that
lature in session to amend the
: now secure results through the associ- I "
the pay rolls it was shown that $3 Mrs. t It.
laws so as to make them constitu- ation which compare favorably with I I . . II. . .
and $1 the bossesof \
per day were paid to such as coal tar prepares
tional. what their neighbors were selling at "1
the work for them. are doing a great deal of harm.
v f. o. b., a great many other shippers etx medicines and headache powders

b .;4 > Unwarranted Attacks have used the association only when Stop GrumblingIf cine, all alike-heart depressants, and

_ # they could not sell at satisfactory suffer from rheumatism or not be used. The nerves would
It at all to that
was no surprise us right, if the digestion; were good.
whenf. for 1;.'tIIOW:: Liniment will bnnqtnck I
Consequently only I
prices. three corrects the digestion.:
sp Alfred St. Clair Abrams and A. K. relief It is a sure cure for sprainrheumatism ;-,
o. b. prices were at the lowest, contracted muscles and all
Taylor, defendants, entered a plea
shipments through the associationwere pam"--and within the reach of all. Price
.: of nolo contendere in the suit for libel the heaviest, and when f. o. b. '-'-.c.,5Oc., $1.00 C. I:. Smith, Tenaha,
e brought against them by Ex- TVx., writes: "I have used Ihllard'F'nnw WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT
} prices were highly satisfactory, ship- :- Liniment in my family for years
}' Governor Jennings. Their plea Yira' ments through the association, by a and have found! it a fine remedy for all _t'r.:: ... ":!...t!. .. on '- "'_1"-" "' ",_
tually is an admission that their pun and aches I recommend; it for a
great many shippers, were compara- pains in the chest bold by Ked Cross

charges against Governor Jenningswere tively light. I'liannacrJAMES, 500 Barrels will be received in the next

without substance or founda- Notwithstanding this, the association -
60 days. Costs a little more than other cement -
has been able show
tion or facts to back them up. to average
results throughout the season al! but is better.
i This should be a warning to news- on Physician and Surgeon ,
shipments that compared very favorably -
publishers to desist from making -
with actual returns received by 'Phone 17TITUSVILLE EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
: such unwarranted and libelous
.c other shippers, whether sold for cashor I FLA.
7 attacks upon persons for political otherwise.The Dealers! in Lumber and Builders'! Material

%' -'' or any other reasons. The fact that association, realizing the pref- ROBBINSGRAHAM Eau Gallie, Florida. '

.t* ; Editor Abrams probably knew that
.. erence of a great many of the lead-
'.- he was treading in deep water with! ing shippers to have their fruit soldf. *

+t his serious charges would tend to vex o. b., on Mr. Porcher's recommen- JJ"*' .- 1' VICTOR
the cause against him rather than dation, the board of directors have '
I' (Incorporated Paid np Capita $.17.COO.(I !CLU Talking Machines and
the completed this
f to mitigate charge. We condemn arrangements season \I ,

;f. ', any such proceedings on the part of whereby a large proportion of their Thi company own landsin .
the Indian River Conn- -E Records sold by the
the newspaper men of Florida in the shipments through the associationwill try.on the :-'t. Lncie River,
be sold f. b. and in New River and P.i
outright o. at ontayne -
strongest terms possible. INDIAN RIVER
t transit and have selected Crutch- Bay. ,,} {

field & Woolfolk, of Pittsburg, Pa., ; ';
Probably the most important act PRICES TO SPIT'I'IIETI3IES.Send : Va 111' TITUSYILIE, FLORIDA '
to act in conjunction with Jlr. Por-
r. : that has been passed by the legislature forlandhst
cher as f. o. b., and transit sales
;j so far is that authorizing the agents. OFFICF AT .

:4 "' railroad commission to employ coun- Crutchfield and Woolfolk have TITUSVILLF MUMJ
t. ---
sel. It was> argued that all legal busi- I handled a larger proportion of the

ness of the state should be conducted association shipments the past three I Spend a Pleasant_ Play Ball 1!

through the office of the constitutional years than any other agency, and aif dour

::. legal adviser of the executive especially the last two seasons have i _

departments, but it was the over- made splendid results for the ship '"IIWI

whelming opinion in both houses
that such would vest too much power of the first 25; cars shipped last

in the hands of one man and that season by the sbociation a large r A Complete Line ofBASE

the railroad commission being itself proportion were shipped to Crutch-

: a constitutional body with a special field & Woolfolk, Pittsburg, and the r SI: ?.-eJI.I: :>INr: cr'e;.
prices realized fine. These
were very
>M i line of duty to perform should be
1 sales were wired promptly the day of looking ever the HENRY BOSCH COM.
empowered to employ counsel that arrival of the cars, and the informa- PANY WALL PAPER umpl .t your
own home-sitting comfortably ia your BALL GOODSCarried
: would be in harmony with them.
tion circulated by the association up easy chair You can make a better election

i and down the line and this did as that You war see the.than ransacking lithe very the itore latest

The finishing stroke on the canal much, or more good, than anythingelse designs the loveliest tints and richest by
color effect,including imported pattena.
work connecting the Halifax and to strengthen the f. o. b. situa- Everything good in wall papers in the

Matanzas rivers was made Monday Bach line .
'. Do You Love It'. economy too'-yon get the lowestNew
t morning when the waters of these York-Chicago price*. The H. & W. B. DREW CO.
jourbabj? You wonder why he cries. Will call with Botch Satnpteeany -
two rivers rushed together. A safe hour you name. Look
Buy a bottle of White's: Crt'3m"t'rmifnge them ova r to your heart'i content -
and convenient inland for and he will never l'ry.108t babies have -oot the least. obliptiotl I Iboy.
passage worm, and the mothers don't know it.White's It's our war of adrer I Ituinc Distributors for Florida
If boats is open all the way from Miami Cft'am.t'rmifu rid the childof the Bach Wall Paps.V.

: to St. Augustine and the importance worms and cleans oat its system in a
: t pleasant way. Every mother should W. ELDRED JACKSONVILLE FLORIDASend
tt of this inland cannot be I. ,
.A ? waterway keep a bottle of this medicine in the
overestimated by the people of this house. With it, fear need never enter The Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator

state. Pha her mind. Price 25c. Sold by Red Cross Scrimgeour Building for catalogue and samples for uniforms


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:: ; +i fFBIDIY,' dY1T; I>lor THE_FLORIDA _STARIR&TE _I .5' .' 4 '

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QUESTION barrel or two per season to sell to Tom Tiger's Bones Returned. .

.,.; ;-. "' the grocerymen. (Kissimmee Valley Gazette.) li,

Ypl BY the State Legislature Here is an excellent opportunityfor The following letter was receivedby

.- < \" ,Last Week the making of industrial alcoholon Mr. J. M. Willson Jr.. from State

:; : g a large scale in this state,.as cas- Attorney John C. Jones on Wednesday INTERNAL'r
:0 rI' I
< ; INTERSTATE q,. BUSINESS sava passed the experimental stage and if what Flournoy says is ,
\; here some quarter of a century or true, and he has really returned TomTiger's
!Request Made For Carload Rateson
more ago. The cassava plant growsas bones to Florida a most sen-

... ,Florida Fruits luxuriantly and produces as large bational episode will ,now probably be
:: < _
c '" closed. II
tubers here as in any part of the. I
*fif n the ,senate at. Tallahassee last In meantime' this man Flournoyhas .t
globe, and the Florid product con- WRONGS .
-? n Saturday under the regular order, received an immense amount o*
< tains as much starch as that of the "
t t came consideration. of concurrent newspaper notoriety, which could not \ .
. West Indies or even Brazil.
$ ,house resolution No. 27,by Mr. Doke, by any means be construed as compli-. 0 :
... '- The cultivation of the plant is very
4- 'which is as follows: \ mentary to himself. .
;!' simple and is inexpensive as it grows Jones' \0',1 -
t : Whereas the Following is State Attorney
companies -
with very little attention until the \
t.t 'f : operating railroads into Flor- letter: ALU1_ -
!? tuber is matured and ready to gather.No "Orlando, Fla. April 28, 1907.-J.
Aida, and doing interstate business to
doubt from $100 to $125 per acre M.- Willson, Esq., Kissimmee, Fla.: = -
and. from Florida, have, for t'
many can be realized from the :
> growing Dear Sir-I received last night a let I

' ': : years, discriminated against the people plant if made up into industrial alco- ter from John T. Flournoy, dated ,1
: of Florida in the establishment
; April 25th, from Johnstown, Pa., in
i: : and maintenance hol.As .tiiiTI
of rates for the
j machinery using denatured alcohol which he acknowledges my letter to :
J/ ...' f transportation of the fruits and products is not used toany great extent him, and states that he had sent the

',.," ".'< shipped from points in Floridato. here the market demand is now lim- bones of Tom Tiger back. I had writ-

.eastern markets, and, whereas, ited but ten to him to send them to Dan Carl-
Germany uses extensivelyand
this is a matter that can only be ton, Sheriff of St. Lucie County, at
it is only a question of time
dealt with by congress of the United Fort Pierce but as Flournoy did not
when it will partly displace gasolinein [
States or by the interstate commerce inform me as to whom he had ordered
this country, then the business of
' commission them sent I thought he might have
making alcohol will boom and Flor- #
yet Therefore be it resolved by the selected you. Please let me know at .
should get an early start in the
once. Very truly yours,
house of the
representatives, senate
business of growing and manufact- "JOIJN C. JONES.

concurring: uring, so as to be able to supply the ,
Section 1. That the interstate ,
,' ," demand that is sure to come. STATE OF OHIO, CITY ofc- TOLEDO I
commerce commission be earnestly LUCAS: CofcxrV. J88FBAWK -

t requested, to take definite and positive STATE HORTICULTURISTSWill J. CIIEXEY makes oath that he is

action requiring all railroads do- the senior partner of the firm of F.CHENEY '
&Co,doing business in the city of Toledo, Alum '
Convene "yi Annual Session in St. "
: \-. ing interstate_ business to establish conntyjmd state aforesaid and that said firm

a carload rate on all Florida fruits Petersburg.The will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for in food causes Sat. ,
each and every case of catarrh that cannot be i
'; '; from loading points to all eastern twentieth annual meeting of cured by the useof HALL'S CSTARRH CURE, stomach disorders-Its con- ;

markets, where package rates are the Florida State Horticultural Society FRANK J. CHENEY. ..
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my 'li
-7; now in effect. will convene at St. Petersburg tomor presence this 6th day of December,A.D.1886. tinued use means permanent

.: Section 2. That said commission row and will be in session until Fri i ;:
;; { BEAU} A. W. GLEASOX. injury to health. j -
r; .make a regulation that a minimum day, the date being May 14, 15, 16 and -..- Notary Public.

'17. An unusually strong program, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,and Following the advice of medical fi
-x carload of Florida fruits and ,
vegetables acts directly on the blood and mucous surfa- ".
of twenty-seven numbers, L-
: __ shall consist of ces of the system. Send for testimonials free '
"r- 20,000 pounds scientists England and France have
,. has been prepared for this occasion. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,Toledo Ohio. ,
from loading points to all markets of sn-M': Hi\ S=iE
{ I The most Important part of these is passed laws prohibiting its use :-it: :

the country. being reported upon by the strongestmen New York Quotations. tin
fil" Section 3. That uniform carload engaged In horticultural work in Florid bread making. .fr} F
The following quotations on :: .
I rate shall be made and effected im- I Florida. Supplementing these very '''::=;;::- '
products are given by the New York American housewives
: me4iately of 5 cents per 100 pounds I strong papers, there will be a very Packer of Saturday:

100 miles all Florida list of The should their house-
'; ;. per on fruits large special papers. one Florida oranges in quantity are almost protect

V and vegetables, to all markets of the by Prof. Tenny on The Influence of .
': ., a thing of the past for this sea- holds against Alum's wrongs
:: ( ; : Packing :Methods on the Carrying
son and only an occasional sale is

; Section 4. That said commission Qualities of Citrus Fruits, will be made. Fancy stock, however, sold as by always buying pure Grape

; make a regulation that when Florida worth the entire cost of the trip to high as $6 this week Cream of Tartar Baking
I, citrus .
- i' products move under refrigeration, any grower.Dr. The demand for grapefruit has
Merrill's on combatting of Powder. 1. _
the equipment shall be adapted to fallen off greatly, and as there is a
the whitefly by means of fumigation _
: the load and there shall be no charge good supply on hand, the price weak- CJ Pure Grape Cream of
which will be illustrated! by stereop-
; for underweight when the carrying ened and the range was from $2 to $1. _
> ticon, will be of greatest interest to
Tartar Powder is be had
Pineapples have not yet begun to _
capacity will not possibly refrigerate
. those who have groves which are infested
show on the market in any great quan- _
;. contents from loading point. to desti- as well as those who have for the
"" .., tities, and the only sales have been r\ askingQ
nation. groves which are in danger of becoming
few scattered crates which arrivedout
I Section 5. That said commissionI infested. rof. Hume who has
of season and had no special mar
: :; adopt and put into effect a rate of always ranked as one of the very best ket price. Buy by name-

$1.80 per 32 quart crate of strawberries workers and speakers, has consented Strawberries have been coming in d

to give a paper on Some Principles: ,
., with a minimum of 100 crates bad 'ondition-In fact, many crates

from Starke Florida to New illustrating by stereopticon views.
: per car have been almost unsalable. Good
The above papers are not to be con B
; ./ York city.Section. berries are wanted, and they sell well,
sidered as the most important part ')f
j '- 6. The secretary of stateis but poor stock does not meet a very .Jet' t
the program-they are rather put ou
requested to send to the secretaryof ready sale. The range has been from
for good measure. To print the program
the interstate commerce commission lOc to SOc.Tomatoes.
in full requires a four-paged cir-

-t a certified copy hereof, and request cular. are in heavy supply, with -- ---- -'- -- ----- --
I tt the demand light and the market
that same bs brought to the Those who have not already become tomato yield of the county from the said over to them by the buyers :- J t.
rather weak. Fancy stock brought $2
attention of the commission. members of this practical and scien- present season's crop will amount to fore the produce ever got away. oe- '
to $2.50 and other grades sold from #
Senator Buckman moved an amend- tific association should not delay another SOO.OOO crates, that prices have averaged cry linle was shipped on COD But" f
$1.23 to $1.75.Cucumbers.
;.' ment striking out that portion of the hour, but join once and get $1.75 per crate, and that the meat, but even this moJe of m fgr.\'
are steady at quotations.
preamble making the application of 1 some ot the very best informatioi total cost of production per crate, fertilizer ing paid well. ark&t- /
Celery is firm for fancy, but is 1
the term discriminating only the that can be had in Florida. labor, etc., will be about 63; Another fact stimulating an
R '
selling slowly. String beans were in
of Florida. The amendment was Another very interesting and entertaining cents. taining good prices was & Cain .
free supply and sold at $2.50 to $3.50.
part of the program is a free Figuring on this basis a total of usually adequate shipping ke un--
adopted and on the roll call the resolution Beets brought $1 to $1.50.
excursion on May. 1G.. to- the Manatee $l, O\.O has been paid into the handsof provided thus aiding;;: the T facilities< r.
was unanimously adopted.
points. This will give the horticulturists the growers. Deduct $;)"-OlOO for reach far distant points irWrfaee to "
Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer,
a chance to inspect one of the producing expenses and a balance or diifon and preventing a rood con-

New Industry For Florida largest bearing citrus groves in the Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf clear profit of SSO,000 remains to be Tbe Florida East Coast COilgestlon. '

Experiments under the auspices of State of Florida. The railroads hare your blooj! i is impure, thin diseased. divided among probably less than two I pany provided sped ts"iltvay Constrains -

i of agriculture granted a rate of one fare plus 25 cts hot or fail of humor if yon hate blooilp hundred growers. with all of the .11 v'{table- t

the national department for the round trip. This reduces the ),i"' >n. cancer carbuncles, eating sore, This does not include the profit resulting 1 1 possible, and at Jack *:f"ht of way
tend to show that one of the scrofula, eczema; itching, risings and
':0 cost of traveling to 1 1E'nts a mile bumps rH-jrtliy pimply skin, hone pains, from the bean, cucumber, pepper lastic Coast Line' .3Ot'Hle the At-
richest of alcohol-bearing vege-
;; very for each mile traveled. Certainly a catarrh rheumatism, or any blood or and other truck. several thousand )j other connecting r *f'the various
tables is cassava. It is richer than s-kin di- ;l"'t'. take Botanic Blood Halm: ; *lla> lines
ery reasonable rate.Florida's crates of which found their \\"ato lire the dispatch of took
.,'. alcohol that is in i IJ. D. B. >ion all sores heal, acli.sand flrolt
: .. the potato grown i Ito and the blood is made the Noithtrn and, Western markets; tin.uion. to its des
pain ;>
.l. Russia and Germany, or the sugar Fish Exhibit. pure and rich. Druszist? or by express and which, added to the profits from : The ventilate .'

t ft' beet, or corn, or apples, or about Florida is to have a very creditablefish $1 per hug>> Iwttle. Sample' free by writ- tomatoes, makes fully one million dol. i! AUastlc Coast f 8jlr provided t: &,.

:' any other vegetable, fruit or grain. exhibit at the Jamestown Exposition ins Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta, l.t. B I B. l Izra that have been divided between ";spat *. and Q1Je also facilitate th-'
advised for chronic
B. is pevially deepseated >- ,
:::" The best German potatoes yield from thanks not to the State.officials cast, as it cures after all else I Jails. the pro< !racers rf the county within :nt I'1 rj--v S{VatiOQ *rf the: fruIt

: ..t twenty-five to thirty gallons of alcoa or to the efforts of Floridians, but to 'he last fvw weeks, and from a few it s dentin' etcurt :.f vr.:-i reacfi t

;. hol per ton, while cassava will yield the United States Fish CommissionThe ONE MILLION DOLLARS T citl: :* work. lion and 4l Oa in a thorough con:}]-

special car for exhibits which left Much of the of this -lIClt fttgnd a boa,! market at
i thirty to thirty-five gallons per ton. ----- success year": G'kt. -

: of the department Pensacola Saturday for Jamestown Realized This Year by Dade County crop is due to the fact that the 'a'

f :<' The experts after being there for three weeks securing Tomato Growers. greater per cent. of the yields were !b: .: ,F afl, tae season b.:.; been the
: aL would be safe. and conservative .srto -
think ..
---- - species of Gulf fish, is fitted ftehlstorrof thy ,
Now that the tomato of Dade soon delivered at the depot or nearest a -mty and
} to estimate ten tons of cassava crop .'"i.'It
with small acquariums in which sum of
h. money has
Is practically at end various shipping point, the money being been
: \ to the acre, or 350 gallons alcohol, the fish live and thrive. Species of County an Ii'aat into the chann..., ,,f "iJ"jl _

t now worth from 35 to 40 cents a gal the rcdsnappcr, redfish, trout mullet growers and others are fi;urin?1- ._ 053

lon. This has reference, of course, Spanish mackerel, pompano, sheeos-: on the total output, average prices O"Ooo.caoooo '-
i. received, expenses involved and net (..alzQ: 9
to the denatured or industrial grade bead flounder, pigfish, catfish, pike. tOo O
profits, and no doubt there will be all Rickets.
:' "" of alcohol, such as is used for the cowfish, bluefish, gar, grouper, choper. 0
kinds of estimates and variations in
r 8:
of generating power and sel mumselle, spadefish, skipjack A Simply the visibly
;;;:& purpose results, though no one denies but $tin that baby's tiny bones

.1 r" :. light.:1' drum ronker and many other species thousands and thousands of dollars A are not forming rarM_ oCt
is were secured. The exhibit of red jf / "wugn.
The agricultural department have been made by the growers of o Lack of nourishment tCa
snapper, trout, mullet mackerel and is the
; now at work on plans and processes this county, and that many of the cause. tCa
f. pompano is especially large and some co / Emulsion
-f i ,.. by the use of which individual farmI' secured. larger ones have been "put on their g nourishes baby' tQt
fine specimens were .
,- i ers may set up small plants of their ,feet" for life. | entire system. Stimulates and makes bone.

; own, and from various waste pro- The ratepayers of Stuart Dade One of those, who has done well, Exactly what baby needs.

ducts on their farms distill industrial County, will vote on the ..stablishment in conversation with a Metropolis reporter 0

'- alcohol enough for their own use for of a special school district on June today, states that in his opinion -

-. heat and power and possibly have a 11th. and from investigations the totals :604000000000000000000

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:t Y.r'-x' ? THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1907rr ,$

<; -..:,'.< "One of the vessels .of a Pensacola --_ u = w.-- f

..5Jt:II i: fishing fleet recently caught ia the BESTF BBOWELS

'! : J Gulf of Mexico a red snapper which ,r/ 1 There is more than one way to get i

l i : IN FAIR FLORIDA tipped the scales at.f rtYllve! pounds. your crops to market. There is only one '. '"

From twenty to thirty! pounds Is con- If karen't J r' way to be sure of a full crop of smooth,
yon a renter lealtfcy movement of the
I"I sidered a remarkable weight for this bowels every day,yon'reIllnrwtlibe. Keep your good-sized, mealy potatoes. -
; Done Towards the De- jewels open,and to well Force In the shape of y .. ,
Wnat is
; Being violent physic or pill ,w'ioonisdangerous. The -
fish.The smoothest,easiest most perfect way of keeping Nine per cent. of
: Clyde Line's freight steam- the bow ll Clear and clean is to take'CANDY

'I-< telopmentofthePeninsnla ship Onondaga which ran on the Massachusetts .\
beach last fall during thick ,
&W, :!.' f The. merchants of Fernandina
&*: :- t;,. adopted the early closing rule. weather, and which was successfully

.-N'I, I floated a short time ago and repaired, 1
$4 .Exports from the port of Pensacola / the fertilizer is necessary-
arrived in Jacksonville on its ..regularrun
Fy' for the month of April amounted to Stable manure alone makes scaly- '

-: -T'.' 1307463. last Wednesday. t I coarse and irregular shaped potatoes- !

; Judge Stewart has several hundred Sr j7 L 4 mix it with Potash a larger yield of a p.ronsai .
;f i ; : Large phosphate beds have recently .
boxes of grapefruit to market yet. He E better quality is a sure result. t'f
1 been discovered near Newnansville,
,, ? is still bringing in oranges from his 'EM LIKE' CANDY t How to apply Potash, the reasons r
., Pleasant ,
Potent Taste Good Do
Alachua County. ,
i( hammock groves for the DeLand mar- Good Never 6i i.n.Weaken e..6ripe10.K and : for applying it, and other vital points of
Line has laid (0 cents per box. Write for free sample,and book all discussed
\ Atlantic Coast successful growing
i The i potato w
kets. They are a late variety, and as let on health. Address (33 -
r -' it? It costs; nothing but the asking. -
station you
,, t:,- '' grounds in Orlando. in Kovember.--DeLaad Record. KEEP YOUR BLOODOLEAN,

: The property owners Governor Broward has taken offi-
three- r r ( New York-93 Nassau Street or
have voted approval of a special cial action removing from office James Pensacola's Election. /W r' 1 Atlanta, Ga.-1224 Candler Building

.l mill tax for school purposes. M. Andrews, chairman of the Boardof The city -primary held in Pensacoia

-rt- The annual State conference of the County Commissioners of Escambld! resulted in the, re-election of CharlesH. I

1;' Southern Methodist Episcopal Church County. The charges against Andrews --- ,
Bliss -
over W. Walker Ingraham bya ---- -- -- -- -- ---- -- -

a Is being held this week In Key West are forgery and malfeasance narrow majority. The full list is as 1I 1-
.. Y I
'jj"c; a i Tampa's I customs collections for fn office, for which he will be tried follows: Mayor, Charles H. Bliss; Florida East Coast Railway .

-:' '< .. the month of April1907' amounted to within a week or ten days. :Marshal, Frank D. Sanders; Alderman,

.a;. ;- $145,173.39:: and the internal- revenue The City Council of Pensacola, hay Precinct 12, Will L. Moyer; Alder- Local Time Card No. 70. In Effect April f, 1997.

:: ,1.:receipts to 7321046. ing made a satisfactory settlementand man, Precinct 14, Sol Cahn; Presidentof SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.

.. r" ;,1.5? The Florida State Dental Society agreement with the firm of con- Council, C. C. Goodman; five members -- t !
:Xo. So'o. 2o tXo.78Xo.28f:
'_ ; : will hold its twenty-fourth annual tractors that began the putting in of Board of Works, Lee Daniel, W. CO Daily I Daily ST.\TIOSS: Daily Dally i!4i >
'.. t: r. meeting at Hotel Continental, Atlantic the city's sewer system, will now have J. Forbes, M. O'Learj,; Chris Thiesen, M. 6 upti9i Lv._ ...Jackaonvitle; ......._..Ar i IS boat
t June 6th, the satisfaction of seeing operations J. O. Walker; five mmbers Board of N 6 0SJf0f+ 92sa.-: __ ;:Jack"mnlle.-L\.. 71iS, 8"AII: ,.., r-""]
;F. < -Beach, beginning Thursday, 7bsti 10 46.v: ...__L Augu.sUne..___ 6 1"Ai.IOd. t-t
',' t and lasting for three days. resumed. Only one-third of the con- Safety, John Oliver, C. F. Schad, H. "'0 C! 75S*, 11 ISA _._._ Ida.tioes: __. .-. {jr.PM: 6 4sit f
y % _80_ !.45''.11S;"'M Lv...__.l:ast 1'"latlaJ.\. ;: 5 hate' !25ss >
tract had been when the O. Anson, W. G. Dailey F. B. Rad- O
;;: Judge Morris A. Drialynskl, of Jacksonville 88.Vi 12 COS M__ l'alatka.-.Lvl 4 -I.'iI-1I.' 6 OOQ
__ 1f serious attack work was stopped. cliffe; City Attorney, John B. Jones; aIfi 7 *.?t1 111'Of.1I."...__. ... Pfllatta.\r: 5 'AM: 65lW1 01mM Z
stricken by a +
was 3 2.VVI .\r..__:an MateoLv 3 tO r; Woo : s
; .. of paralysis while attending a In a drunken brawl at Camp's Mills City Physician, E. F. Bruce; Tax Assessor ON W 3JWPM __ 7 50A.T LT_._san ylateoAr__: 9 2bsi 7 4sa

White Thomas Johnson; three mem- 1t::rV 12 3-Ja I.T__._.Iunnetia. '___.Lv 4 2' w 5 32.uI ....
I baseball In Jacksonville Thurs11 near Springs, Wednesday after- M CI) ..
w. game 9 1F1I:: 12 40ra, __.JWpont___ 11 PM5\ NI ,....
and Is In precarious condition. noon, T. J. Kemp was seriously bers Board Equalization, E. Anderson, .ro4... 9 47PUw 113.M ____ t InOIl.1--" 3 5.3 -I SaaCI -3 "
._ .... __ '
10 t(WI 1 2.ioI Dntona 3 tiPs:! 4 -tAII
; The semi-annual apportionment of wounded by a ball from the pistol of H. G. Desilva, J. George White; regis- ; icraj! i SIM; ___l'rt t/raoze;; _-- 33vs: 43Hs ::r 1 oio4
t a tration officer, J. D. Goss; street superintendent ..32o I _JOv-Ji'Ii_ : I S KPN \r.- < w .mrrr.a- -.I.v Mast! 1 rssc QJIfI
Frank Michaels, both mill employees. :::::::::: : :=== !
\ _the one-mill school tax In the State L.. 1021L5, 4 21:>11 Art .__1..1le Ilelen..4Lv,1:' 4;;:CM
\ amounts to $55,959.75, of which Kemp succeeded in wresting the pistol John Burns; electrician, 1-4 + 10 aeri4! 3--Jf j ,. j. __ _Orange City -.-._- ., u aiPS 6 l'JraE'1 C1 .. .
Len LeBaron; building inspector. 1IJ 4'&Y 4 -ft>'1r' l.__franc e City Jnn.t.t "I i 1: 3pa 6 IC's """"'
-4 II"
amount $56,786.09 will be apportioned from Michaels, and put two bul- .... 10 (.,rI(j 2 JOPK E,_Scw myma\r': 3 O:Pit 4 ueaa 0 ,....
the forty-six counties.Fernandina lets into the latter's head, death following D. Rendall. o 11 J3: *| 2 :37n !| "' _... oal;: lliU___... 1.\1' 2 rpvI 3luteI :::3 "
among ell rrpKi: ...S l r l Ar_--Titusvllle_ ..._ Lt..2-aeiv1 3 sus +
: = : \ f"'t- pr
s lumber shipments for shortly after. \ The murderer 2 11 loan 5 "flwi'Art. ..i IDa) recover. A Strange Disappearance.A 6 SVK Iit' LvJ_ _._.I'.tnf..rl1\r 51(05 it loss Imo! v
:: the month of April totalled 10,253,390 I C'r..bNs4. SOJzv
were Professor Watson, of the Univer- Gainesville dispatch says: "Fora 12 Slw: 3 :.1.1. "' ___Coeoal.\ ll, 22"l1Jl (..'t..) F""]'3
II ,,4 feet.The phosphate shipments a" 12 3-;AW| 3 ri'sI",; .._r.O'kll'Ol__ 1 1isa, 218x, jooI
l 14,685 tons turpentine, 612,310 gallons sity of Chicago, arrived in the city week past no person in Gainesville 0:11 423 ._lau: lialhe "' \ I245'5( 1 tAII ....
; Friday morning on the Mallory has seen or .heard news of G. C. Coleman o bl) 1 !.III1. 4 :aSa :: ..._,-Melbourne_. :: 1233v' 13 oa r)
r< rosin, 127,959 barr ls. The total 1 .V; II'> 5 11-:3 _.__:-ebastian._._ Ii -1..11I' 1iA', ,..
foreign steamer. The Professor Is here as a proprietor of the curio shop ;.. .- 2 4'0rt! 5 S f!( _..._.!-t. Lurie-, 10 5bss 11
value of exports was $1,144- 3 O'AM; 61::.:. _.._Fort iieree__.._ 10 :runs 11 0'.311'Z
representative of the National Audu- here, and great uneasiness is felt by O a 3 30AMJ, 6 3;;::111 _. ___Tlbbalb.___ t9 ISJII 11
417. Q) u t.len_.......... .. J' ; Q
: 3 3135; 6 4tf; ; "- i :11' 11 JjItI:
--, firms that bon Society, and will make his homeat acquaintances.. Coleman is a recent 1 3 ;vW 6 *t 11.,! .. ..._ ._Jl'mcIl--..._ N t'j_y, It OSps) 0 .AC3
The two large hardware Bird Key for .the next few monthsto arrival, having opened a watch 3rta5'; 65'x" _..._. !'tn+ rt...__...._ 1thv In.e.Y .-! <:
t have been doing business in West 4 ISAM'' 7 ::5* ___m.Ilobe:o.u.I: _..._ 9 ;3'.es JO new
prevent the bird rookeries from be- repair shop and curio store combined I ,2O 4 $:;*.11'I' ....._ \ est Jitiai' r.._.... 9 ::::(Oo 10 tos.1I CJ)
'. Palm Beach for many years, the 5 HAM:: 8 1:..M fc __Wet Palm l acb__.... 8 t i" 9 ::!'t'w ,..
; ing disturbed during the laying sea- only a few weeks ago. One day last 5 4.:.lIi| 8 .I!;+ !k'rnton _...._.... b 2m 9 bL s 0 i..
Hatchett-DaCamara Company and M. 01 ,2tt r: boss _.__ .... _.. 1:1u -
1 week the 5 iii 8 lelray-- 8 8u _.
He .
son. will down to store was closed and he ..
# go Tortugas on /) -I. ,. _.t'-.rt ___. : -% 'J $
E. Gruber have consolidated their Interests W !!I. !-11-1"-1 .. lan'lgdale 1 ;: .11 v ::
the next trip of the Massasoit-Key I failed to appear. When another da) .... 6 57i. 9 1-vH. .. __._I>ania...__._ 7 a:.'o 7. ; "",a t':) r
under the name of ,the "Lake rJ 7 0:'*", V yj _,_!IAlcd! lp__ 11!*a {;.. =' ::$
West Citizen. passed without the doors being; 7 5-AM 10 2: a -Lenton 6 7 J
-i Worth Mercantile Company." 1 .va'i' 10 stPM 'r=== i::=:::::I V, s ::.: 7 :.w Q
_ .. The fine river steamer Uncle Sam, opened, inquiries were made, and it 8lX7. 1.-.;-- aUrii- 1r'-- 01
The Calhoun House, a hotel recently owned by the McCoy brothers, of Daytona became apparent that he was not In 10 3" ':= Ar?. :Irnn.a'fwd== _Ji. _. _= J 1';

built at Perry, was burned to the Dally except!Sunday.
town. A week has passed and the
was burned to the water line on
ground during the early hours of Sunday the Tomoka river store remains deserted and the pro- :So. 3 .... No.i'.. : I INo.i': '' I !k. lo. )t
'e last Wednesday.The ,;at. .';; '0 :'I Ollily"o.-1'. yl> |ijaiy SaW Ko. 20Xot22. Me.lIn. .&
in their :
guests steamer had taken a load of excursionists prietor absent While Mr.\\\ Coleman :- 'Daily' .L Dailyi: Daily I MAYI'OIIT n1IANOnly CU I Lx. DaUy I*II r 'IWly I b

t night clothes. Many of the guests up the river to the log came here an utter stranger to Gaines- : gun. un.. ,
lost all their personal belongings. The 9 iln6: .{7Jp.tD\: :? ()lOPS 10 IM"'Lv' JI6CIo.'tUunlll'\r7 f..II+ ...I00 ;.fil.lI--It a 7Mgr
cabin, and was about to re-load for ville people, his appearance and ad- 9 "61W'M;) 1'552; 01cc IU QIIII..\_...><). Jacky'nsllie."_.AT6i-i; "H .;-sii 1: a.::* i\'HI t Q1I
property loss will exceed 10000. dress such that he has 10 30PSI7 21P 5 T 1'2It' W 10 3!>Aa l.v.._.r bl->l\f'arb.\r6 2":'I" "'J< li ii ri* 2lf.Y 5445's
the return journey, when flames were won and 1<) near 2lm-:> :>:ip, 2 -4-"T 10 4li Lv_Atlantic Heach__...Ar6 ]:,...7 5;>i, 12: r:=v:. I fM 8 4T*.
The temperance people of Putnam sprang up along and under the en- retained the confidence of the people.He ;. 10 50FH7 4."sa6 tenEt: tiP 11 UmAr__.._. ral ort...........: i.\ Ii 00w7.!:...:!tJ4'H-i:: Km: 8 3fr<

County are going to make another determined Sine. This was followed by a muffled was not known to be In financial PEXISaiAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSfllP CONNECTIONS AT ?II }1I.

S4 effort to place that county explosion, and it was not long beforeth difficulties and as far as can be

In the dry column. A meeting of the fine vessel was a total loss. learned; there is no cause for his going Close Conne ian Made at MhnI r.Th teamshlps of the P. & 0. S. S. Company.

citizens of Palatka and of the county Shipments of away voluntarily. For this reason it
cigars from
Tampa for KEY )VESTND HAVANA.Trains .
has been called for Monday, May 13th, the week ending April 27th were is feared that he has been the victim

at 11 a. m.. In the county courthouse, 5,533,000. Previously reported shipments of some accident which has kept him Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers.

for the of from returning to his business and ----- -
purpose planning a cam- for the present year were S7- TI1t'fC Tlne Tables show the time- nt wlilch train- nay I.-c'oa'ted to arrive at and deprt
paign and electing the necessary com his home town. from the severaltati: <.nsbnt their anlv.iordewr.r!- at t:,iIii .r- -lat..1 Is not gttarastee4
... 110,000. Total shipments this year, nor 1:1 thhl'OIDI any to be he.I: rcsponsiLi'; ; 'orwytl. :.!> r any i-"'''' .,-..t-n.-('S art.l therefroa
mittees. _u ____ _
.T from January 1st to April 27th, were
92.C45.000. Not if as Rich as RockefellerIf For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
Total shipments for the

A Square Deal I corresponding period of last year were yon had all Ihe wealth: of Rockefeller! "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

.; Is assured you when you buy Dr. Pierce's 70,283,000 The increase in ship- the bnv Standard a better oil nutlk-me magnate fur, *\ou Imuel muUI mm-not J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen'I gass. Agent ST. AUGUSTINE: FLA.

'4 family medicines-for all the ingredients -; ments up to April 27th amounted to plaints, than Chaoib,'rlain's Colic Cholera

entering into them are printed on 16.3CO.OOO:: cigars. The figures do not and Dianlioea Remedy. The most eminent -
the bottle-wrappers and their formulas
physician cannot 1'rt'Hril" better Do You Want to Know All About the
are attested under oath as being complete" include the cigars made and sold for

and paying correct.for and You that know the just ingredients what you area are' local consumption.Rev. preparation for children for and colic adult and diarrhoea The uniformsuccess both /
of this rt'IIt'lIIta.+ shown it lo Itesuperior
selected gathered from from the Nature's most laboratory valuable ,nati'elmedicinal bPing! C. E. Jones, founder of the to all other.. It never fail.and

Presbyterian Church in Kissimmee when reduced with water and !"sweetened t
roots found growing in our regarding Fruit (iro\\ Trucking and
Eai>ecially ing.
died i is pleasant to take. : thonld
Kvcry family
American fore B'a djvhile potent to cure very suddenly in that town last be I General Farming? If w. Hilwt-rilie for ilie..........
en p|> ied with it. Sold by all drn xitsanil
are perfectly harrqt 1 e vsato the most Saturday. He and his family were ;

delicate_n'wotnftj' afcJriiiitTrT-n; Not a dron"f "': preparing to go to Da7tow on the I medicine dealers. FLORIDA EAST COAST @ iESEEKER.rmCE .
P"1 pr" into p.r n 1 h.nPr >
It "" .' afternoon train to visit his daughter,
t.ucir Muth or
myc \
Materialistic 31an. :.i'ENT'PEI: ANNUM.
and had
bnticiples 1 US'Q in thpm._viz.-D'lrf trq'h'I't' gotten Sir James Crichton-IJrownc. the lines: I ISSUED CE A MONTH. -AMIM.K: (X >I'Y FREE.

finer glycerine. This agent possesses ready and were sitting on tbe' front lisp physician speaking before some 11.\Ur.\ I.. KROXVN. Itn-inw- Managerst..tngu1huP; Ha

Intrinsic meuiciuai properties of its own porch waiting for the conveyarce members or his profession protested E. V. BLACKMAN. Editor tilt:trn':. Da.

being a most valuableanUsepticanffanti- which to against the tendency! to adapt too materialistic
ferment, nutritive and soothing demulcent was carl1them to the depot -
when Mr. Jones' head au explanation of man. The
was noticed to
Glycerine plays an Important part in raw material of a medical practice bP
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical suddenly fall forward and after two
Discovery in
contrivance of matter anti
came a mere
the cure of indigestion;: dyspepsia! and or three gasps he was dead. QUEEN OF SEA ROUTES.
weak stomach, attended by sour risings, f force; the brain of this i>oor consumer

heart-burn foul breath, coated tongue:, of pilU and potions a ";:lu-1ike substance -
poor appetite, gnawing feeling in stom: A Hard Debt to Pay"I nine-tenths water with a little
ach biliousness and Kindred
'- of the stomach liver and bowels. owe a debt of pratitu.le that ran pbo>pliortis thrown in." "They left ns

Besides curing all the above distressing' never be paid off," rites G. S. (tat k, of man." said Sir James with a smashingficrre. Merchants & Miners Trans. Co's

ailments theGoIden Medical Discovery Westlield, Iowa, "[o.r niv rescue from "<1 motor car, self made and self
is a specific for all diseases; of the mucous death by Dr. Kin!!'.* :\'t'w Di 'O.t'rv. started with! no awl nof"lI'mfT'pur.
membranes as catarrh, whether of the Both longs Wf're'O seriously arf't't..1 l that passengers
nasal passages or of the stomach bowelsor death seemed imminent, when I commenced IHtn..1 by a series of explosions STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN

Even in its ulcerative redistributions of and
pelvic organs. taking New Diw-overv The -or energy
ominous i-
j t stages it will yield to this sovereign! remits -
; dry. harking cough before rushing on to (inevitable destruction"Reputation
quit the
ed j if use persevered in. In Chronic
x Catarrh of the Nasal passages', it is well, first bottle was used! and two more l*>ttles SAVANNAH BALTIMORE &
I while taking the "Golden Medical Discovery marie a complete core" Nothing is what men and \vomet. PHILADELPHIA.Direct
for the necessary constitutional ha ever equaled New Discovery for think of us. Character Is what God .

a t treatment to cleanse the passages freely rough, colds and all throat and long and angels know of us.-Thomas Paine
two or three times a day with Dr. Sage'sCatarrh complaints. Guaranteed by lied Cross Connections for

t Remedy. This thorough courseof Pharmacy. oOc. and $(.00. Trial bottleCASTOR
treatment generally cures the worst If You Don'tFncceed
cases. free. Washington New\ York and Boston.
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1 In coughs and hoarseness caused by bronchial the first" time use! Herhine and ,
:J throat and lung affections, except consumption you will get instant relief. The greatest
4 in Its advanced the"(jol
stages en
IAFor liver r 'lIator." A positive cure for constipation
Medical Discovery" is a most efficient! remedy I
a t especially In those obstinate hang-on dyspepsia, malaria, chills and Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations .

coughs the bronchial caused mucous by irritation membranes and congestion The Dis of Infants and Children. all liver complaints. Mr. ('-, of Emory, and cnisi lie unsurpass f.1,

corery*is not so good for acute coughs arising The Kind You Hare Texas, writes: "My wife has been usinzHeroine SEND FOR BOOKLET.
from sudden colds nor must it be expected Always, Bought for herself and children for five
i to cure consumption in its advanced years. It is a sure care for constipationand
st&4re5-DO medicine will do that-but for all Bears theSignature malaria fever, which is substantiated II. C. VERY, t'om'I Agent, Jacksonville. .
the obstinate chronic coughs which. if negv -
S 4 lected or badly treated lead up to consumption. of by what it has done for my family." J. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. & T.M., W. P. TURNER, P. T. M.
.It is the best medicine that can betaken."f' Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy: .


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,: \ft f-XTAPALACHICOLA Y- fr5over.the-. REJOICES the Stomach; e ..

.. Coddling I ,EXECUTIVEFirst I -
: .J .
X Do not the children
with hothouse
pamper -
... That Town. Express Rats Ruling. .
"'" # methods; there is a common-sense N'1 -

'f;A,,:special dispatch to the Times- method. If the children or the man or The interstate commerce commissionhas

J,, Union from Apalachlcola says: woman show a tendency to be "off their rendered its first decision on the CASTO RIA

-.!! ., *' /'The first train over the Apalachicola feed," if they begin to lose flesh, their reasonableness of an express companyrate
't ;i'- stomach should be toned up with a harmless in a case brought by the Societyof (9otiliidps.rCVfegelablePrcparatioriforAs)
.1f'-c: : :t: ;; Northern Railroad arrived at. tonic
which will Increase the secretions American Florists, who claimed that
: Apalachicola ,,,,, For Infants and Children.
yesterday and met '
14. was of the "" _'
.: digestive tract. A tonic made the rate on cut flowers from New
ir-: .. by thousands of the citizens. of t native medicinal roots which will Invigorate Jersey points toNew
;fi", -c :. "The train arrived at 3:30 p. 'm. [ the stomach into greater activIty York city The Kind You Have y
-J.." and welcomed of and increase the secretion of the : were excessiveand cjtnR1A ,
_. 11: was t>y the blare rt.
phosphates from the food-a remedy ry r
1'1' : trumpet, roar of cannon, tooting of ty unjust. This
; which will do
this is which _
one has rate was raised .... ,-. ,,,, Always Bought S
., ,f : and sirens and the yells and stood the test of public approval for last year from .
a.It : cheers of the people. : early forty years, and contains no alcohol "
CO cents a hundred -
r- "Thus or narcotics. We refer to Dr.Pierce's siirolating t tteTbodandRegula-
c for the first time Apalachicola I ;.- S to $1 hun-
Golden Medical Discovery. It be ,
Ai can t gtheStQarilSe1scf Bears the
; Is connected with the world by
, Y f dred. Commis-
'i1' given; to the smallest child with perfect
; t c"' !: rail; and again the cotton, Umber, freedom. If the blood Is impure, if pimples -- sioner Franklin INFANTS CHILDREN I grain and tobacco will seek foreign boils,' headaches' occur, if the stomach ; Lane, who de

i !f .t', countries through Apalachicola andi' is weak-first eradicate the poisons livers the opinion --=.- SignaturePromotes
from the blood. ;g of the Di stion.Ckerru1-
com'lil' -
fine harbor; and the ten or twenty
AS IMITATION 01' STATURE'S METHOD mission holds ness and Rest.COntains neitherOpium.Morphine (
i ships which
i'\ are now constantly loadIng :1j' that the rate nor Mineral. 0 f
waste of tissue and
restoring impoverishment -
! k, with exports .will be increased to x should not be
of the blood and nervous force is a
i the hundreds. These ships returning over CO cents.
used when you take an alterative extract .. .'
I :" ?vf-. will bring the fruits and hard woods of native roots, made without the use of Franklln Lane He finds that the

ri of Cuba and South America and necessities alcohol, like Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical railroad under contract gets 43; per ,wvrpan/rYiDt Ml'D.Pl1r11EJl d

1 J and luxuries from the Orient. Discovery. This vegetable medicine cent of the gross receipts of the express &,l. ;
coaxes the digestive functions and helpsIn company and that by its own MxJtnnm
t" : \" "The Apalachicola Northern Railroad the assimilation of food, or rather takes tables It would appear that there was R..t.n..Ve- In I

}4;:( as connected connects the Sea from the food Just the nutriment the no real profit even at the JJ rate and !

Jft board Air Line, Atlantic Coast and blood requires.- I says "An express company cannot jus-

f Louisville & Nashville Railroads, atChattahoochee. Along with its use one should take tify a rate showing that it gives a

with Apalachicola. exercise in the outdoor air, get all one service that Is exceptionally expensive I U'A
can of God's sunlight and air practicea
s .The northern terminal is to be At- deep breathing exercise every; day. where the burden of the rate charged ect Remedy for Constipation _

: Increases an already sufficient returnto Sour Stonach.Diarrho,,
lanta. This "Medical Discovery gives no false ,
"The road was constructed by the stimulation, because it does not contain the railroad." The sixty cent rate Wonns.Cormdsions.reverish- For Over y
h ordered to be put into effect from
alcohol e
or a narcotic. It helps digestionand : >
Morey Company, of SL
June 15.Won't; .
# the assimilation of such elements in
_- Louis, Mo. the food as are required for the blood. Raise Canal Wages. Tac Simile Signature of

"The promoters of the work are Unlike a cod liver oil, against which The decision of Secretary Taft af- YearsCASTO

4'' B. H. Beverly. J. H. Smith, C. B. Duffy the already sensitive stomach will declare firming rates of pay, hours of labor, NEW YOHK. Thirty

c y( and W. R. House. open rebellion this tonic has a pacifying etc.. for men employed on the Panama
action the sensitive stomach and
"Mr. B. H. Hardaway, of Columbus, upon canal work applies especially to steam '
gives to the blood the food elements the
Ga.. of the Construction shovel men construction train engi-
Hardaway tissues require. It maintains one's nutri-
neers and conductors. The shovel
Company, built the bridges, one of tion by enabling him to eat, retain,digest men RIA
wanted higher wages, as follows: Engineers -
._; which, that across the Apalachicola and assimilate nutritious food. It over
comes gastric irritability and symptomsof from $_10 to $300 a month; EXACT COPY CT'WRAFP.
,3, : River, five miles north of lApalachl
cranesmen, from $183 to ?2oO firemen,
indigestion, and, in this way, fever, ; .. .
cola, is five, miles long, with a fine I night-sweats, headaches, etc., are done from $83.33 to $110. The secretary 'Y'[ curs. ar.0"c""

double draw. away with. rules that the present rates are high

I "Besides the train crew and sew Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery enough "after comparing the advantages -

eral hundred hands, the first train ar- i purifies the blood and entirely eradicates which the Isthmian shovel men .
i the poisons that breed and feed disease.It have over their brothers in the United
rived In the city with Richard Morey, '
thus' cures scrofula, eczema,erysipelas, States with the disadvantages which

president of the Morey Engineering boils, pimples, and other eruptions that they have to bear in living on the isth-

and Construction Company; E. A. mar and scar the skin. Pure blood is mus." lIe explains that the present
essential to good health. The
Paulhaber, vice-president of the Apalachicola weak run- basis is from 25 to 35: per cent higher I 1 /
down,debilitated condition which so many
", Northern; W. A. Harnish, people is than the average In this country, while I
experience commonly the effectof 0lfiery
;.:! :. the canal men get steady work twelve FREE
.r I chief engineer; R, B. Coleman, gen impure blood. Dr. Pierce's Golden

eral manager, and A. Hodges, general :Medical Discovery not only cleanses the months in the year, six weeks' leave : ,
:' blood of impurities but it increases the with pay, twenty days' sick leave 9 is e
ll': freight and passenger agent and a
activity of the blood-making glands, and lodging free, and the married men water It
; c Y', large number of citizens aboard. It enriches the body with an abundant fuel and light at the public ex- # t

,.\,' < "And this is not' all of the prosperity supply of pure. rich blood.A pense, free medical attendance and an ASD

I, Lt_' in store for Apalachicola. A consideration of first importance in eight hour day. He says further that 6 Full Quarts 00

'. i .' railroad is to be built from Thomas: deciding what medicine to take for the yellow fever has been stamped out and For QC '

', cure of blood or stomach disorders is as to the sick rate minced. ,! greatly Although
-, t '" ville. Ga., and several others have its harmlessness. \ Carolina Whiskey V U
denying that the contracts with the ?
been projected. Dr. Pierce is frank and "
with the '
-'c, I open men contain any promise of a gradual I ; Carolina Whiskey will give excellent MtUfaction. It is a well aged
174- "The history of Apalachicola reads public for he tells just what is containedin '' t article and in our estimation far superior to the decoctions and mix
1 E increase of pay, he has recommended a tares sold by irresponsible order whiskey houses at $3.00: to S3.0
Dr. Pierce's Golden :Medical I I f14
; like fairy tale."Designed Discovery fij' I Illilll
; : } a, -its yearly Increase of 3 per cent to skilled I i I I J f pergallon. We make special price CAROLINA WHISKEY to show
Ingredients are Golden Seal I I
: and laid out nearly one root, I that we are not afraid of any kind of competition Our plants cover four- +
; Queen's root, Stone root, Black Cherry- men. teen acres,making us the largest mail order whiskey house in the world.
J, : hundred years ago by the Apalachicola barkI51oodroot.Mandrake and pure triple- The wages of the construction train

,: c Land Company the owners of 3,000,000 refined glycerine. Concerning GoldenSeal engineers are advanced to $::10. as re i J 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE. ti

I ::r':, acres of land,,including the Apalachi- the highest medical authorities agree quested.As will ship you by express 6 fun quarts of Carolina Send us Whiskey$2.95 and and we we

i { with lrof. John M. Scudder who says, to dismissals the secretary has 1 I I will Include in same complimentary,a sample bottle of each,
cola River basin
: largely covered with "
"It stimulates the Zuiieka, Gold Band" and Casper's 12 Year Old White Corn.
digestive processes, approved a plan whereby Cual and
valuable hardwoods and vast forests
and increases the assimilation of food. action will rest with I
summary a committee -
t SPECIAL NOTICE We deliver the above prepaid anywherein
"a; of pine adjacent, Apalachicola was By these means the blood i3 oiricJitc, and consisting! ; of one representativeof I i North Carolina. Virginia and West Virginia express but customers livingin

S the port of entry selected because of this blood feeds the muscular system. I the craft concerned one of the fore other states reached by Adams or Southern Express Companies ,
mention the muscular must remit toe extra. Buyers east of Mississippi River residing on
the commanding position at the mouth system because 1 men and one of the commission.More some other express lines must send $3.95 for the 6 quarts and 3 sample
believe it first feels the increased power bottles and we will prepay express. Remit cash with order and address 2
of the largest river east of the Mississippi Deserters.
the Army
imparted by stimulation of increased
THE CASPER R.oanoke. Va.ib.
CO. Inc. .
tt ,
draining the most fertile and nutrition. The consequent improvement There were G.20S desertions in the I I I .
on the nervous and glandular $ ( WintwStlM) Owen.rY.SneMMMrdT.ttneryWaletSD4tY.
valuable parts of Alabama Georgia natural results.. systems are I regular army last year and only 8,848 11 f All *hUkle. ends lode Foo4 17. 8.M4 OOWrr Dr.{"nd.famnoHxt. ,-s .._ U>.

and Florida. "in relation to its general effects on the I re-enlisted out of a total of 24,083 en-
system there i* no nmUcine in use otxivt listments. While some officials at the
;t "In 1835 Apalachicola ranked third
I which there i* such general unanimity of ,
war department are disposed to account --- -- -
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t among the ports of the Southern opinion. It is universally regarded as the
tonic useful in all debilitated states." for this result by reference tothe'
t States in volume of business. Concerning Bloodroot The American prevailing prosperity others attribute -

i "Before the forests had been despoiled Dispensatory says, "Stimulates digestive : It In a small measure to the Do no't suffer
S h. ', increases action of heart and ,
organs .
and with only a small part arteries-stimulant and tonic. Very valuable establishment of the Bertillon system o -

; of the area in cultivation came the I as a cough remedy-acts as a sedative of physical measurements. The older wi'th severe

1 w 1-9 railroads, and because this vast terri- -further valuable as an alterative." soldiers especially resent the new way Headaches =
Id' Read all about yourself, your system of Identification as If classifying them
tory projected into the Gulf of :Mexico the physiology of life, anatomy, hygiene -

" i" miles beyond any other part of the simple home cnres. etc.. in The CommonSense with criminals. when
Medical Adviser a book of 1008 President's Long Shot.
i J northern coast of the Gulf, Apalac pa ires. For cloth-bound copy send 31 t
i President Roosevelt In his office at t
If i icola and the holdings of the Apalachicola gents In one-cent stamps, or for paper
:"O\"prPd -'> !tt J roo.ddreS Dr. B. V. Washington opened the Actors' Fund
:t ;" Land Company were left to Pierce BulaJo, N. Y. fair at New York by telegraph and
';'jI y.
' the south of their path. Before the then by pressing the electric key fired i

-:. '{ war, the great company failed. After a big cannon connected with a special k

4 the railroads the trade which nat Girl >laie In China.A wire at Ch.irleton. S. C., to mark the ;

,. : urally belonged to Apalachicola went native writer in a Chinese publica- opening) of the National scheutzenlmnd. :
:'J. lion rew1fWhen a girl is sold in A telephone was so arranged that the
? ::. to the west and to the east.
China shewe the slave of her president could hear the report of the TAOt: MAR...
t f "Left to their own resources, the! owner and a part of his property She gun and get the result of his firing. Will Cure You.The

f ,: citizens developed a great lumber, fish no longer retains her freeborn rights, .
and oyster business, and the exports but surrenders them all to the will of Kind Yi Have Always Blight liver is the main-spring for the whole bodv. To expect .
S. S x of Apalacbicola in 1903 amounted to those who own her. She receives no fiean tiSignature good health, one must keep the User i> "" "vl cruko sea p*>.
;. compensation for her labor but Is 11 a regulator is needed. Herbine Trill pi < ,. :a'-- i n-

$304.691. This without railroads. obliged to accept such raiment and at ditiou it should be and you will not sutler from head ors.

Appendicitis food as her owners may be pleased to ------- -
,- Is due in a large measure to abuse of give her. In cases of tyranny or gross A HAPPY

the bowels, by employing drastic purga cruelty she cannot appeal for redress. AND
k,J tives. To avoid all danger use only Ir. HOME CONSTIPATION, CHILLS
She be resold given away or
S ".: King's New Life Pills, the safe, gentle cast off may in the streets at the arbitrarywill FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA !
: f cleansers and invigorators. Guaranteed Is one where health abounds.
of her master. All freedom is denied AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
headache biliousness malaria
3. to rare With impure blood there can
: ;.. and jaundice, at Red Cross Pharmacy 25c. her. and she remains a tool and not be health.Vithadisordered .
chattel In the hands of her owner until good
' : { For Over Sixty Years the is sold again or until death releases LIVER there Has Done A World Of Good.Mrs. .
t 't a: Mrs. WinslonV Soothing Syrup bas "
be blood.
: .:- been used for over sixty years by:Dllhonsit her from her unwilling fate. cannot good C. D. Philley, Marble Falls Texas. writes1 have '

of mothers for their children while teething --- used Herbine and find it the best liver corrective I have ever

' : with perfect success. It soothes the. at tried. It done my family as well as myself a world of good
-. He Fought and I recommend it to all friends. I never sutler from
i child, softens the gums, allays all pain, my ;
cures wind colic, and is the best remedy Parker of Fayette, X. Y., who utt'sPiilsrevivify headaches: anymore."

i : for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes: "Elec 50c WILL BUY IT. a
.; little sufferer immediately. Sold by drugeists tric Bitters have done me more good I

: in every part of the world. Twentyfive than any medicine I ever fcwk. For several -
' cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for years I had stomach trouble and paid LIVER and restore Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

S J "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and out much money for medicine tn little : its natural action.A .

< tske no other kind. Guaranteed under purpose; until I began taking Electric 500-502 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO.

F ,. the food and drags. act, June 30th, 1906. Bitters. I would not take $:jOO f-)r what healthy LIVER means pureblood.

f'. Serial number 1098 they have done for me." Grand tonic ._ -

; t. V O XV.%-&. for the aged and for female weak nesses. Pure blood mean health.
- d Bears 110
cure for lame hack and weak kidneys.Guaranteed .
f azr. by Red Cross Pharmacy. 50c. no Substitute. AU Druggists. B.cc1. Oross Pharmacy
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.;-f4fi} 8 \ THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY. MAY 17 1907 0.' ...-" I

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: 1'.i..t::L: ,FliX.LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty iGEORGIANA JAil\SPBITCHAED,President. W.31.:BKOWN,Yice-Presideiit. ,
.''"z":;..);. ''.. rears,experience; all kind of repairing WINSTON ( Cashier.
;;'-t done,alee and cheap; also ladies'and men's The generous showers have refreshed .

_-._ ',., : .'.--' shoes made to order. the gardens and groves and thereis My air isScraggly r :
fs... : ;
: Indian Bank.t
: COUNTY promise of abundance of fruit and River State

:1Ii L'LATBST i vegetables for the days to come. -. f.

Mrs. Handy left this week for her !
MS NOTESlittle CO' TT'p :::> OSITOZY
i ,. home in Evanston after a busy and ..
> I Authorized Capital, $100.000( ; Paid-np Capital, $'.5OOO; Average Deposits, $200,000TRANSACTS ;..:
#i: .. ,-.-; happy winter on their lovely place in A .
,}: Happenings That Help to lakeS the north of town. Her aunt, :Miss Do you like it? Then why
__ i
Wright, returns with her thoughshe be contented with it? Haveto
f Up the Weekly Newspaper
:" .'.),'L_: is rather frail for the long trip. be? Oh, no Just put on

,Jf. _.i"'v.);: COCOA Mrs. :Masters and daughter left Ayer's Hair Vigor and have I' LARGEST AXD OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER '

-w'"' : r the road Tuesday for New York city. Later long, thick hair; soft, even /
: T' The town is having repaired Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated.
o ::.- :" near Mr. Casey's. It was a they go to their home in Pasadena hair. But first of all, stup I Prompt service, polite treatment and every favor consistent } t

co that needed attention. Cal. We hope to see them again.A. your hair from coming out. with conservative banking granted .
,1j( ,. .. .i::. place i
F f-- .. : Chas. Schoonmaker is assisting his B.Carter took a party of friends : S \"evhat you have. Ayer's CORKE-POXDENTS: .
,'. .3 i will Empire Trust Company Broadway, New York City The Atlantic National Bank
yr, in the postoffice. and relatives to the beach Thursdayof Hair: Vigor not disappointyou. ;
father '
,$.:. of Jacksonville: Jacksonville, Florida
.\ ,,; Capt. W. H. Sharpe was a visitor last week and they had a very It feeds the hair-bulbs;
:4 :
>: ; : : '.; in town Tuesday happy day beside old ocean. makes weak hair strong. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. '

of :Miss ,Catherine Clement gave a The best kind of a testimonial-.
: The skating rink is the source "
amusement now. The boys have peach party to the little folks of "Sold for over sixty. years.. E. L. BRADY & BEO.
; I Co Sli&s.J ,
Georgiana last week. They had a Also mwu&tar rss o'enSA1SkPAWUA.
a learned to skate and no serious damage an= --- --- -

done so the ladies will have the fine time in spite of the showers. AIt&de l"s PILLS. Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products.We .
Uncle and Auntie ,
use of the rink on Thursday nignts. Hughes were : C1fEElY PECTORAL
bandit produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
/ calling in the south end of town Monday .-.... "
Mitchell left on Wednesday in the above lines of Roods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write ns for prices on
: : Mr. J. F. p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Thorn and Grain and all Groceries.delivered at your station E. L. BRADY & BEO.,TlTCSTILLE.FLA.
;:. for Jacksonville to open the of- i also out that Brevard County School Board
baby were calling day. ---- -- --- ---- -- --- --

'fices Worth of Pineapple the Indian Growers'River &associa-Lake :Messrs. Clement, Simmons and\ The board of public instructionmet s. J. I'JcFc19Staple

others continue Monday, May 6th, with full
going fishing. Guy
tion. Mrs. Mitchell and the children Grain Fruit i and
Hay ,
4 will follow as soon as he.finds accommodations got a 28-lb. bass, and the others got board Treasurer's present. report for April was, and Fancy Groceries, Produce of all Kinds,

k r for them. some that weigh over 50.
found correct and redeemed war
Mrs. Chris Browne visited Cocoa
Miss Agnes Hatter was the guest rants cancelled and filed.
Sunday. Tuesday. Titvisxrillo : : PloridA.t ; .
; of Miss Evelyn over FINANCIAL St'MMAEY.
-- --- -- --
is in town,having Guavas are already ripening on the
x Mr. Frank Leggett Warrants outstanding last report. $ 9.1j3.40
=r-rr rr rr r Jr=Jt=r-fir--'r r rrT r r r r rCL
just returned from the tomato bushes close to the river the peach issued i this meeting.____ 1,4840$

;R ; fields of Dade county. crop large and the fruit fine this 10.639.8 TITUSVILLE BOAT CO.

year, but so far we have seen no man- Warrants paid in Apr. 4,13304
The second ball team of Cocoa vis- I

ited Titusville last Friday. They all goes or avacado pears. Total Warrants cash now on baud outstanding________________ 6.201 3t 9 55 44 :Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers

1 had their pictures taken, even if theydidn't Troubles !
Stomach Deficit in funds____. ___________ 5,81U9 :1\I.arin.e: : Railway .
. : 4 win the game. Mrs I Sue Martin, an old and respected 1 t
Mr. Asa Chancey is building a resident of Fai onia, Mi s was, ick with, ITEMIZED FXPESDlTlRtb.
stomach trouble for more than six County school fund. Launches carefully stored for the summer months
house for himself on a lot near the month. Cl.atnherlatn's Momacli and John Walker,salary supt. for Apr. 75.00
depot a recent purchase from Col Liter Tablets: cured her. bhe w"I Teachers' salaries_______..u_______ 710.00 t=Jr=r==r=r=r=/=/f=/r=J/=//=>f=/,=//=//=_ Cr-rr' r=err Jr=J :,

Travis. can now eat anything I want and am Trsnsportingpupils--------____ 111.00 __ __ __n __ __ ______
ihe proudest woman in the world to find E. B. Arnold, per diem and mileage13.S) i '
.. Col. Travis has bought Singleton's !Inch a gnod nietluine. For Rile by all A.J.Carter, per diem and mileage3.b0 Jas. Pritchard & Son

t addition to*Cocoa and as soon as the IIu "Jli''ts and medicine dealers G. S. Singleton,per diem and mileage S 20 Titusville Fla.

surveying was finished had buyers ---- (Coco&Rockg.News,pub.finan. stat. 2.00 ,

of the lots. Cocoa is EAU GALLIEMrs. John Henry, typewrtg. min. for pub. 2.00 "
,: for a number Indian River State bank,int for Apr. 4 67 Originalo&obi' j 1 1ti
out. P. A. McMillan will her Reversible
spreading join Brevard Co. State bank, int Apr.___ 15 40 \
We hear that there will be several husband in Chicago next month. Fee& Stewart, bankers, interest____ Ell

new streets opened in the north end Magistrate Ensey of Tropic was I Wm. Ilindle, sup. for No. 18_______ 14.40 MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES l !
= _______ .
C.T. }McBride sup. for So. 23 .95G.
of town this fall. in town last week on business. I ._________ r Thoroughly covered by patents I
F. Dureu,janitor So. 6. 5.00 r:
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Porcher and The launch Lee, H. U. Hodgsonowner 1 H. E. Wakefield,janitor No. 166.00 t The Engine that Runs Without Repairs t

t family leave this week for Jackson- carried a party of friends! J. R. Walker, expo to Tallahassee and = reliable f I
will attend return___________________________ 23.70 These motors are safe and e and ;
; \ ville, where Mr.Porcher over to the ocean beach on Sunday: John Henry drawing certiticate.75 can be operated by alcohol or kerosene : '
+ a usual to the pineapples shipped last. The party was caught in a heavy : with
as Mrs. J. E. Bums isolated pupil..__ 20.00 as good results by wing gasoline
through the association. rain squall. **
I > Jeffords, pupils.40.00 ,
Master George Duglas1iss Es- Eau Gallie's town taxes are pretty T.Hilliard.. _____ 10000
telle Douglas and Miss Magruder, well all in, and now we may look for E. B. Arnold, esp. and

_ of South Rockledge, were in town in some needed improvements by our return------------_______________ 2>.50
'" the automobile Tuesday. Miss Es- city fathers. C. W. Boltoit, repeirt to No. 24______ 4.:JO FULL LINE ('F 8T.PLExo FANCY GROCERIES.
1, telle is at home for a few days' visit Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hopkinsleavefor Special Tax School Dist. No. 1. \
TiAcbeiV salaries_.______:________ 85500 buy as low as possible and sell for cash; therefore sell the cheapest.
her music studies in a Georgia week where
from Michigan next they I Look o\er our stock and get our prices!: before buying. !
., college. will spend the summer months. Total issue $ 1,48409 Corner Main aril Hopkins streets :,

:Mrs. J. Field, of Indianola, was The Rev. J. B. Havkill visit Matters of additions and repairs to G- DEE.:: : EE32: LTJ3: cfc CO.,

r I a visitor in town Tuesday. Lyndon, Ky., in the near future and Nos. G and 101 were referred to the TITV-VI! LK, FLORIDA. :

4 :Mrs. Volner of New York city, be the guest of the Kentucky Mili- superintendent.The -- i !

j'3 wto has purchased the former Cape- tary institute, of Eau Gallic and Lyn bid of E. E. Macey for paint- =r=Jt=frt=J=t=Jr=;:!t=Jt=ft=ft=f =leerrerrGGh I i
,? hart jplace, was here for several days don, Ky. ing Malabar school building was rejected h U rr:C. Matthams President T. V. Moore. Secretary .'. I I I

planning and giving directions for Capt. Bennett has one of the best the same being deemed ex- ]1 E. P. Porcher Crutchfield & Woolfolk \ ;

-I .: some improvements on the place. summer gardens in town and instill cessive. General Agent P.O. B. and in Transit Sales Agents ,

'i adding to it. The captain's grape The question for additional water I :I
It Mr. C. Orser is moving from his
,: .- Cocoa residence to his new home in crop promises to be large.J. supply for Cocoa was referred to Mr. 1 Indian River and Lake forth ; i iI

i 1\ \- Rockledge.Mrs. ..F. Perry's launch is being over- Singleton.
hauled at Hodgson's yard. Petitions and letters from Eau Gal- i iII
J. P. Cooper Nellie and Ryan lie and Cocoa read and filfor Growers' Ass'nWe
were n Pineapple
made a visit to relatives at Espanolalast The M. E. church is improved by future reference.Mr. I I
week. the addition of a cement walk before
Arnold is appointed a committee -
the building. The entertainment on are prepared to sell your pines F. O. B., in transit,market '
Mr. and Mrs. A. Dyal, of Sharpes, this Friday at the Woodmen's hall is of one to have the necessary repairs II!! or export.Ve are your sales* agents, not speculators on your

1 t were in town Tuesday. made to No. 2J.O.A.Brc fruit or buyers wishing to get ;your fruit as cheaply as possible.
in aid of the funds of the M.E. church.A I
; A number of our home people who j This association is the growers organization, for the growers I
: : school of manatees was seen in > :E :JA.Sean ., 1m protection and interest. The grower is safeguarded by
go north every summer contemplatea the river Tuesday. flu Ifce KM You have! Ata/s' Bragtl !I the standing of its officers* and agents. Shipping stencils or

summer on Indian river this year. 2i6l1at.uro: # ..-/. ffiI stamps and shipping; books furnished by the general agent. IIII

Capt. G. Huston returned from a Letter to B. R. Pyles r.E .. .I.1. -d/'vf ,II!J Watch this space for information as to results II

trip north last week, made in the interests Titn'ilIe, Fla. and market

of his ice factory. The ice Dear :Mr: Yun\e ;sot 200 ('IIW!!; hw ENNIS & FORTBlacksmithing 1 L ::: J
much will take for caltesand milk
factory will soon commence makingice. you .... Q
,. 'Vni 5iS s.Sioo
t >f 100 of i.e\t tearou pick out the: = = p= = -
1KT! and Repair Work .
How much for the other 100? --:
Weekly Weather Ueporl. The |K iitt i..: ioware not all alik% and !ii5iS =S SC '
'r i'r 'r'rWir'rWrW .r'r 'ir rr W
I you know which" Ii which.It ii U r r > Nrl i'z"t'r'r.
is su with paint. You've ,yooie .. ,
*i Comparative statement of temperature bet cow in that herd. There are L1X
and rainfall for the week Pinking Tuesday.i Wagons made and repaired Horse hueinaspetulty. :;
different paint; in the United MO.Wam
Wurk from auy part Indian H. Fernald Hardware
i 1907 19116 one best. You know jour best l'O'e' EutT or where in the l'l/llnty Hill ,('dive The Geo. Co.
DATE MIX MIS. MMIX.. know the test paint. our rueful attention. We stand the freightone
x ; May 8 82 76 5.i 7; The be* cow is the one that gives tie way and guarantee t<> give you satisfaction
t. 9 81) 71 bs .2 best calves and milk. The best paint is, end us your work.
10. 83 71t" so 11 the that mot surface and ---- -
one covers stays -- ---- MACHINE SHOPS r rI
11. by 73; 79f
.. there neither paint nor cow
12. b3 \ 7S .1
i 13. 81 tic; SO 72t by color-nobody asks whether holstein l I EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG.
14. 81 72 80 .1 or Jersey is better to look-at. I
,I Total rainfall for the *eek 111 inches 10 gallons Devoe will cover jour ham F.DUREII Agent Ir and Metal Work
Departure rainfall for the week minus 1.10 and wear 10 yearit'll take 13; another Plumbing
inches. paint and that paint'll wear 5 tear.
f Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st. minus! Reckon costs. :Dvw: 10 jjallon $1.75, / Florida and

,t ;. 929 inches. H. P. H.\RDIN. $17.50: about 10 days' work $3, $:;0; the i // BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
Official in Charge. job, $47 50 for ten year; J4 75 a \.t.'ar.1 ,
The other: 13 gallons $1.60, $24; about. WesternHeats
13 days' work $3, $-I;); the job 5>tt) for five' (
A Significant Prayer Agricultural Implements
{ years;13.80 a year. Devoe $4 73 a year; )
1 "May the Lord help you make Back the other $13.80 a year. Difference |9 a 1'
; len's Arnica salve known to all." writes year. !
i J. G. Jenkins, of Chapel Hill\ X. C. It That's bow to reckon COWS and paint. SANFORD, FLORIDA
.. quickly took the pain out of a felon for Yours truly, of all Kinds
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