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 24, 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.​
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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Wr : Transpiring' About Tom SCHLOSS BROS. MAKE TranI Here and There I If ladies'you want ready-made any white underwear goods, suchas Ido Tille as They Come and Go

,r I If you want bargains in furniture Our clothing this season has The celebrated Plant
! see what Mrs. Lorillard has for sale. been bettered at every point. are for sale by C. Collins. I better opportunity than next Mon- to their home in New Smyrna ---
I' Constant progress and advance- day. It would be impossible to enu-
.,- Those suits, Schloss Bros. make, to ment is the watchword here-this I Miss Laura Penney, of Fort Pierce, merate all that we have to offer you last Saturday. -

be found only at Branning's, 'are"beauties. is visiting with relatives in town fora in that line.Ladies' Mrs. B. W. Jerome has left West
is maintain the stand-
.d I necessary to few days. white underskirts made of Palm Beach to spend the summer at
. .' ard of superiority which we in- best quality of lonsdale, two rows of
: Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at sist shall distinguish our garments Those single coats in mohair and lace insertion and edge to match, Suffield, Conn.

, 5.: Titusville Sunday 26th,at 11 a.m., They embody all the style and serge, no lining at all, are the stuff worth $2.50, special $1.69. Mr. C. A. Robinson, of Eden, attended -

.s.. and at Oak Hill at 3 p. m. careful handwork of customtailored for summer, $3.50,to $7.50 at Bran- Also one lot with a wide edge of the meeting of state horticulturists .

; Do want varnish or stains? soldat ning's. embroidery in clusters of tucks and at St. Petersburg last week.
you garments, yet they are hemstitching, worth $1.50, special 4
L '- I If so, get Masury's. See ad. of East popular prices. :Mr. C. T. McCrimmon, of Miami, 99 cents. Household goods for sale. Must

r .Coast Lumber &Supply Co.on page 4 We keep at all times a most was in Titusville Wednesday after- Ladies' ready-made nightgowns, be closed out at once at great sacri-
.. : rMr noon route to Sanford and other made of a good quality of bleached fice. Apply to Mrs. Lorillard Titus-
I: F. S. Terry: of Columbia, arrived complete stock clothing,shoes, en domestic with V neck and two ,

. ti: .}. yesterday and will be here for I hats, men's and boys' furnishings. points in the interior of the state. of insertion and clusters of tuckingand rows ville.

f'-. two or three days looking after busi-' Every ,item strictly uptodateand Leave your orders for silverwareand hemstitched, worth $1.25, special Winston S. Branning is sole agent .
ness matters, sold at the most reasonable jewelry, including chains, rings, 75 cents. for: Queen Quality shoes. A com-

. l\ Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Krulder and prices. Mail orders a specialty. pins, also emblem pins of any order, sleeves Ladies', trimmed chemise with gowns Mexican, with short lace plete stock of the latest cuts at all

, family expect to leave about the WINSTON S. BRANNING at the Novelty Store. I. M. Dodson. and insertion, worth $1.75, special times.

: -first of July to make their home in Titusville, Florida. We learn that Mr. W. R. Sanders, 99 cents. Miss Annie Morgan attended theTollCard

j .: .. New Smyrna. formerly of Indianola, has purchasedthe Philrlrpn's drawers- made nf best wedding at Melbourne. nn
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I \ Messrs. E. L. Brady & Bro. expect Still Shipping Palmetto Berries C. H. Bradley place in Miami, ruffle quality and hemstitching and tucks, Wednesday and was the bridesmaidat

;:;- to commence work the first of next Messrs. S. L. Jeffords and FrankM. which is one of the finest locations in special 25 cents, all sizes. that happy affair.

,. week putting new foundations under Wilson brought over from Ar- that city. Ladies' corset covers, made of a Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Goldsmith and

". their store building. tesia last Saturday about sixteen bar- Pineapple growers will please note fine quality of nainsook with five babies returned Tuesday afternoon
rows of Mexican lace and three rows
? Titusville Pharmacy commenced rels of saw palmetto berries for ship- the market quotations published at of beading and ribbon, worth $1.25, from Jacksonville, where they have

I .;. work moving their stock into theirs ment north. Mr. Jeffords could not the foot of the ad. ofthe Indian River special 59 cents. been for about a month past.

t new location Wednesday morning and bring them all in his own boat, so & Lake Worth Pineapple Growers' White mercerized figured madras, Mr. L. C. Branning expects to
. r engaged Mr. Wilson to bring of association this week 8. especially good for shirt waist suits,
I completed the operation yesterday. part on page endless variety of patterns, there is leave for Miami,bout next Monday *

School Superintendent John R.l' them. G. H. Heath & Co. have opened upa not a yard in the lot that cost less or Tuesday to take up the duties of

Walker has been visiting the schoolson The palmetto berry season is about meat market in addition to their than 35 cents, special 25cents. agent at that place for the F. E. C.'

Merritts Island this week. He over, but it has been a very prolificone grocery business on Main street. Children's white canvas oxfords, railway.Mr. i
from the shore of Banana made in the Gibson style, plain toe,
l' east They inform that they sell west-
r. was accompanied by Dr.J. S. Daniel. extra wide shoe laces, worth $1.75, and Mrs. Madison, of Dania,
the beach.
extending to
f' Next.Thursday, May 30th, is Decoration ocean ern meats as well as Florida meats. Monday's special 119. arrived Wednesday on their way to

rt day. Let it be appropriately The berries were so plentiful there Mrs. C. A. Krulder and her daughter Ladies' white linen oxfords, madein visit Capt. Jeffords and family, at 1

, f. observed by the people of our this summer that one man succeededin Miss Ruth Sisler, and Mr. Bert blucher style, worth $2.25, Mon- Artesia, Mrs. M. was formerly Miss
gathering 500 pounds of them ina day only $1.69.Ladies' .
{ town. Ladies will please reserve Johnson spent Sunday at Coronado Jeffords.Mr. .
day, which quantity would more vici kid oxfords, the well-
flowers. Beach, Miss Lizzie Sisler returning known Krippendorf & Dittman, G. C. Battle moved this week
than fill two flour barrels.
home with them after a week's visiton worth $2.50, special $2.00.
Mr. E. M. Holman, of Datonacame I from the Episcopal rectory buildinginto
Mail orders promptly filled
the beach. on any
"' uown Monday to look at some Story of Seedless Orange of the above goods. the Robbins' cottage, on Wash-

.'\ launches that are offered for sale at Mrs. Luther C. Tibbits, of Cali- A letter to the editor from Mr. Juuus KLINE, Titusville. ington avenue, just recently vacatedby

this place and made an offer for the fornia, obtained in 1872 four orange H. B. Mace reports miserable weather 'Phone No. 8. Mr. F. A. Morgan and family.Mr. 1
shoots from the agricultural depart- all the time since his arrival in
Allen launch that is stored at Nel- and Mrs. F. A. Morgan and
son's. ment at Washington, sent there by New York. Mr. Mace says that his Tom Tiger's Bones Returned
: William F. Judson, American consulat Master Rosser Wednesday after-
brother caught cold and has been Marshal D. S. Carlton of Fort
Mrs. Knight and family, of Braid- ,
Bahia, Brazil. They were pre- noon for England, where they expectto
, entown was here last week on a visit sented to him by a native, who had quite sick and Mr. Mace, himself, Pierce,was in town Tuesday. He informed spend about four or five months'
several shoots of seedless has been half sick. THE STAR editor that he has
. .. to her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Parker, a orange time. Their many friends wish them
--' leaving Saturday for Pablo Beach, tree growing in a swamp the Am- Tax Collector E. W. Hall went to received a box containing the bonesof bon voyage across the Atlantic.

where they expect to spend the sum- azon.Mrs.. Tibbits brought the infant Cocoa Monday with the list of lands Tom Tiger, the Indian chief, that Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Branning com-

; trees carefully home and her husband that are to be advertised during the have been returned to him as custod- menced moving their household furniture {

mer.Mr.. Geo. Lanehart, of West Palm planted them in the garden. One month of June for delinquent taxes. : ian for the Seminoles by J. T. flour- from the Daniel ;i

Beach, one of the early settlers on died, and another was chewed up bya The list this year, as usual, will be noy, of Johnstown, Pa., about which cottage on
\ predatory cow, but two lived and I Palm street to the Episcopal rectory
the east coast, was in town Wednesday small, and will be made in the Cocoa there has been so much justly said in & e
I five year later produced sixteen or- building on same street yesterday,
" afternoon on his way to Sanford These sixteen golden globes and Rockledge News. the newspapers of this state of late.
anges. Mr. G. C. Battle having just vacated
and the interior of the state and gave and their immediate successors produced Miss Susie Gladwin, who has been It is expected that the charge of I same.
call. results comparable only in value having desecrated a brought
THE STAR office a pleasant I Ir private instructor in a wealthy fami- grave
,\ to the famous discovery of another District Attor- I Mrs. Scrimgeour has rented her
Flournoy by
.. : against
r The Junior baseball nine played kind of inSutter'smillrace and ly residing at Lade Guareiras, Cuba,
:< gold Jones of this circuit, will be nol building just north of The Alpine to
the Titusville clerks yesterday fame and for nearly returned home last ney
against brought no small fortuneto a year
Messrs. J. R. Walker & Co., who will
since the bones of the dead
when the clerks soon found out their lucky owner. week, having spent a week at Fort pressed
have been returned for deposit store some of their excess stock in +
that the Juniors could easily outplay The new orange could be produced Pierce with her brother, R. R. Glad- chieftain
only by budding, and the first buds again in their proper resting thisbuilding. The report that John
and Mathers for the win her home where her
them. Johnson sold at $1 each, and later at $5 a doz- on way son, the barber, would occupy this
-clerks, and Tucker and Battle for en. One box of navel was mother met her and accompaniedher place.
oranges building was a mistake.
Mershal Carlton that it took!
', the Juniors, did some effective bat- grown in 1880; since then the annual home. says :
s tery work. product has risen to ten million boxes the greatest persuasion on his part Capt. John Simonson was called
and "the two trees which the cow J. Moss & Co. keep the remnant of the Seminoles on Mondaj to pilot quite a large 1
I Mrs. W. F. Jibb, of Daytona, and did not chew have multiplied to over Everything in concrete, artificial I from leaving the Everglades when schooner yacht to New Smyrna that t
and her sister Mrs. Jenkins "
baby I
four million. The
Miss Lucile Rice, of Jacksonville, original parent stone, concrete building blocks, side- I they found that the bones of their I arrived Sunday afternoon from the
nee in 1903 transferred
were in Titusville the latter part of tree the courtyard living of the was Glemvood hotelat to walks, gutters, curbing and coping. I dead chief had been taken away from 1 southward and which was on the way

last week on a visit to their brother, Riverside, Cal., President Roose- Prompt attention, satisfaction guar- them. I north after spending two or three
anteed estimates and cheerfully
freely -
Mr. S. E. Rice, and family. Mrs. velt aiding in the ceremony of trans- furnished. Address all communications I' I seasons on the lower east coast. The
Jibb returned home Sunday and Wedding at Melbourne
plantation. Last year the tree bVe i J. Moss & Co., Titus- vessel was supplied with sailing rig
Mrs. Jenkins Monday afternoon. I two bushels of choice fruit, which yule, Fla. I Miss Nellie E. Card, Melbourne, I only but had a launch tender of some

L. r Mr. T. Hall, of Indianola, was in of course, were sent to the white I and Mr. C. L. Toll, of Waukegan, I
house. In southern California alone I size that is used for towing her on
I F. town Wednesday and yesterday on Fine Launch For Sale 111., were married in Holy Trinity
his way to Jacksonville. Mr. Hall $100,000,000 is invested in citrus !': inland waters. The owner was not
spent the winter here and was so fruit culture, chiefly of oranges, and Semi-racer 31 feet over all 5 ft. 6 church Melbourne Wednesday evening i: aboard and we did not learn the ves-
1- charmed with our climate that her related industries. in. beam, draught 2 ft. 3 in., built in } the 22nd. After the ceremonya j.I!sel's name.
will stay through the summer. He -- ---- 1903; of mahogany planking on oak I reception.-; held at the Riverside ,I
.:<$; t stopped at Palmhurst while in the Kline's Specials in Clothing and frame, copper fastened. Expensively the home of the bride's mother, i For a pair of trousers go to Bran-

city. He expects go to Sanford to Gents' Furnishing DepartmentI built craft, stylish and fast, mak-I Mrs. Ida M. Hector, and refresh- i ning's. Now on exhibition the larg-
, investigate celery culture. ing 15 miles; 4 cylinder 5x5 1-2 motor ments were ser"ed.Ir.. and Mrs. i est assortment of latest cuts, $1.50
know you are in need of a suit. rating 3o h. p., built last year, :j[I Toll left that night for Waukegan, to 700.
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES We have ever so many shades and fine spray hood. Will be sold cheapas their future home. The bride was i i

I Ladies' black mOllS quetaire gloves weaves to select from. We can please I owner is building larger boat. the recipient of numerous valuable : Engines For Sale

in lisle taffeta finish. every taste except bad taste. Better I Address Box B., Titusville, Fla., for presents. i Two 5 h. p. double cylinder, four
f-: Automatic eye glass holders. let us sell you one. I know we can further particulars. i I --- -- : cycle Peninsular motors. New and sin

; New line allover embroidery and net.t please you. Prices more than rightwe I I The Evidence Already in Court first class or er.ViII be sold
For Sale
: Refrigerator and water coolers.Haw assure you. In the trial of Thos. W. Troy it has very low. G. F. PADDISON,
= ken eyeglasses fitted and'Phone sold. 34 Juuus KLINE, Titusville. I'I Desirable home in Titusville, cot- developed that a minor has been at- Eau Gallic, Fla.
\ Chas. A. 'Phone No. 8. tage of six rooms, property consists tending bar in the Zapf saloon in I _
t I of three lots on which are several West Palm Beach. This, the Miami Draying "

: Notice FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. kinds of bearing fruit trees. Bar- : Metropolis says, is a direct violationof : braying or h.iulina IIC all kinds promptly -
The Penny Photo Gallery will re- About SS acres of good high land on gain for quick sale. Inquire F. W., the law and the penalty is a revocation a'tenctol to. :Meets all trains. Stove b
}/ main in Titusville only two weeks the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat care STAR office. of a saloon license. Has Dade 4o'>l for sile at all times.
7: longer. Come at once. the Narrows, described as follows: Lot county an officer possessing the moral i II. E. HOLTOV,
No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section Gl'N IEPAIR SHOP 1 i Tituaville, Fla.
and backbone who will
36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. Send your guns for repairs to Henry courage see
Dress Making Parlors This land is unimproved but finelylo Beneike. All work thoroughly done that this law is enforced It isn't acase Call at Titusville Livery, at rear of
Mrs. C. A. Krulder has opened dress cated. For farther particulars addressE. Guns loose in the breech tightened equalto I this time of not having the evi- i Robbms' law office, for stylish rigs.
a making parlors in THE STAB building, M. Lew, new, also guns stocked and shotguns I dence. This is in the hands of the : Leave your orders for hauling, both double -
ground floor. Trimming bata a specialty. Brockton, Mass. rebored, etc. II. Benecke, Titusville, Fla. |court officials, and is sworn to. \ and single. J. M. O&ban, proprietor.

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xa 1 POLITICAL j I timber lands.Brownsville supporting, the Stolypin ministry. TWO ELEGANT TRAINS: DAILY.

Case Again. Colonial Premiers Dissatisfied.

The senate military committee resumed The conference of British colonial MAIL.
; Root's Citizenship Lectures. SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD
Its Inquiry Into the riot at premiers, which ended last week at ,
,. Four lectures on the responsibility
c Brownsville. Tex, for which the negro London brought satisfaction to few
delivered by Secretary -
of were
soldiers were dismissed In a body. of the participants. One of them said
of State Root at Yale. He critl
Three persons who occupied houses on It had been a failure from beginningto
$ clsed those citizens who neglected to Modern Epu.1.pD1cn."tTHE
r! and elections the street opposite tie garrison oa the end and a sham. The premier of
In the primaries
# part night of the riot testified that they saw Newfoundland at the last session accused -
that their neglect madeopportunity
for the demagogue. He t or heard negro soldiers leave the post Lord Elgin of sacrificing his

4 of t during the shooting anj that some colony to the United Stages, referring
defended the raising and applying JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE
were shooting ns they ran. especially to the disposition of the fishery -
large campaign funds In presidential
dispute. When the colonial
; elections while admitting' that there To Smash Harriman Mergers. secretary NORFOLK VA.
repll 't.1. We can give you nothin ,
may be abuses in connection with it. Correspondence from Washingtontold "
? Sir Robert Dond declared It wasa
r He said the great bulk of the fund of the contents of the Severance

= 6 was applied to the political education report to the commerce
: of voters and that it amounted to the Harriman railroad deals,
and without another word he left the
about 3 2 cents per capita. He warn which it was said had leaked out pre-
room and so ended the conference.
ed his hearers not to delude themselveswith maturely. The report: was said to rec- '
Throughout, the sessions Lord Elgin full information and reservations call Seaboard i
the Idea that the American experiment ommend wholesale prosecution: of lIar- sleeper on any agent, *tr.
had resolutely refused to entertain the write to
; In government Is ended and riman and his colleagues, restitutionfor
proposition 'for a preferential tariff arrangement S. C. BOYLSTON. Jr., Asgt. General P&8sengergent,
referred to the fact that Socialists In the plundered Alton and the forcing -
with any of the colonies.
<: no negligible numbers demand a re- of Union Pacific to sell Southern JACKSONVILLE, FLA .

'! organization of society upon entirely Pacific and other line:. Jit says further Alfonso Opens the Court.

c* = different principles. lIe also noted that all railroad competition in the far King Alfonso of Spain accompanied

j that limitation upon the right of private west, comprising one-third of the nation bj the queen njother. Christine opened

property was widely favored and has been crushed by Illegal com- the national parliament. Out of a total r7Mariie i iI it

limitations upon individual opportunity binations engineered by the llarriaiauihque. of 404 seats the Conservatives now >

still more widely enforced among the The report caused a break in lick 2tf>. while the Liberals have but

I wageworkers of the labor unions who : the price of Harriinau stocks. 63, the Republicans and Catalonlsts t

-F, believe In putting a limit upon th- I. 50 and minor groups 31. The king announced Engines
Arkansas Capitol Delayed.I I
i amount of work which each man shall that the pope had consented
The Arkansas legislature refused the
be permitted to do in .a day. He to stand sponsor for the new heir to
of $325,000 to finish the
thought It doubtful If higher education appropriation the throne. lIe also referred to the

contributed much to capacity for new state capitol after a most bitter new era of Rood feelujr between Spain ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT r' a
tight. This will delay the completionof It
political usefulness. and England and proposed the reconstruction ED FOR SATISFACTORY
the structure for four years. The _
of the forthwith.
Foraker Repudiates Deal. bouse killed the bill to abolish the navy USE IN fLORIDA WATERS _

11 United States Senator Foraker of grand Jury system. Reichstag Approves Treaty.

-; I Ohio has set at naught all efforts of his The German reichstag has passed
Prohibition War In Kansas. Marine jJ
tr colleague Senator Dick Boss Cox of finally the German-American commer- Regal Engines
court has -
Cincinnati and other Ohio Republicansto The Kansas supreme appointed cial treaty which will take effect July
receivers for the property of Stand for the highest rte imechanical
1 and remain In force
to establish a harmonious agreement next one year l '
In the United States skill and reliability t
all the breweries p c } ir
( '* or modus vivendl between the Foraker but which may be terminated upon six They are four cycle "
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in Kansas holding that
and Taft factions. In a prepared statement doing business IJ1 nths' notice from either country. park ignition automobile type. (its. f. '

Senator Foraker said he would the state has a right to confiscate all Austrian Socialists Win Out. mechanical valves float feed -?- \ -
property of any illegal; business. Mostof carburetor enclosed crankcase, ; \ ; "_
not stand by any arrangement that the brewers to be making The elections in Austria May 14 being steam forced crank shaft and r. J''
might be made to indorse Taft for appear the first under the new universalsutfra.ce bronzed beanng-v Have the
rc little resistance: but all are giving support fewest number of
president and Foraker for senator ore law. indicated pains for the working parts
to the .Anheuser-Busch companyof consistent:; with
t a perfect operating -
+ otherwise provide for an amalgamation
Socialist party. Herr Adler leader of motor and
St. Louis which is disposed to fight many othereaclusire
; of the Taft and Foraker
; forces. the order. T ie receivership rule is the Vienna Socialist, was elected. features found only in the Regal
if lIe denied that he was or Is a party -
minister for Bohemia,
t based the prohibition jaw which Uerr Pacack:, THEY ARE BUILT
to the peace pact and he refused to upon TO RUN AND DO IT
In Count
was defeated Bohemia
went into effect in IS51.FOREIGN.
sanction any agreement reached by the I Sternltrs. noted for his opposition to Made in! three types. U. 3 and ;3 IL P. single cylinder::. Ii to 15 U
then double cylinder:: 30 11. P. four cylinder
projected conference of Ohio eonpressmen -
th- Hapsburg dynasty was elected by
which was called by Senator I I I a large majority. It is expected that \V e also manufacture: a line of heavy, slow speed working engines
Dick. Following this statement from 6 II. P single cylinder to 43 H P. four cylinder
he will now return from his voluntaryexile
4 Senator Dick postponed the conferonce. Slemenceau Defeats Radicals. I in Africa. Wherever Socialistswere The many hundred of Regal engines now in operation throagh-
Foraker Insists: that Cox's statement ont the i-cuntry; are a guarantee of the satisfaction
they are gi\"ing. ,,
e Premier Clemenceau of Trance de opposed by Christian :socialists

,y in favor of Taft for president ended his labor union policy in the t the latter were defeited. Nearly allI Get a Regal in the Don't
rd and Foraker for senator was made Beginning Experiment
._ chamber May 14 and challenged the I the Czech candidates: were beaten
consultation with him.
majority to come out into thc open instead by Sv alists. Herr Schonorer founder ,_ Handsome explanatory catalogue mailed free on request ,. ,

cornmittee of plotting and blaming tlie ;sovcmincnt II'HI -ader of the Pan.Germanic party Regal Gasoline
Engine Co.
e for not WT defeated by a Socialist and this
the presidency was regarded as giving
1 doing what they I' indicates the break up of that party Cold Water Michigan
Foraker the advantage in the first
(l1em:5eln': : dare the:' object of which was to unite the
i round tf the fisjat.! Congressman Bur- +
\ with the
not undertake i German provinces of Austria
ton made it plain that Taft would not
Ii lie denied ItemsaiitJsocixtie ; i gen cJipin The results: of the *
' accept an Ohio indorsement for the! ijr f.ra&. Kssr "
't J to i first billjttns mJicate that the reich
t' presidency which entailed his support
2/ t the principles ort I rath will be divided chiefly betweenthe
..1 of Foraker for another term in the .
< t unionism and ami Smites and ioualist The

I i senate. V :ild he would I elections; proceeded without disorder or THE SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO

Watterson Has Dark Horse. { nut suppress the I undue excitement.

I p Editor Watterson of the Louisville organization; tie- -
: Courier-Journal announces that if ;', causethatwould Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years 1

Bryan will step aside for the time be "' le, unjust to the I of TortureFor

J' .4 king and not seek the Democratic nomination niajontj of itsuiemlers more than twenty years Mr J. It THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO

>. ,.,.: he can tell him of a Democrat I whoM i l Maey, of:?:!J2 CIinton't.., Minneapolis, i

1: : 1.. who without any entanjrlm:* alliance C't Cttmtnceao.AI not rpsjumMble Minn, was tortured bnatica. The

i a: u with any of the money powers l; jet for the ex- II I pain and suffering which he endured .." '-II.: 0=

;:. : '. without any antecedents vh!ch coa;d '-esves of the lead -rs, but. be dl''lan' I during; this time is l beyond comprebens'.on .

, :r1 i>. a drive' away conservative Democrats he cocks not tolerate appeal to murder'I >ot.hinJ.1't"; him any pi rnnanentrelief .//0 ,, ,'.
until be used Chamberlain's Pain
*-1 ,: ..e and who i* a good ors-mization: Democrat and pillage He said the government lUIm One application that liniment
":':-, :h. He gres no hint of the man ex, wc"ld rather have a reduced majority 'I' relieved the pain and male bleep and retpovible

;'K' cept to say that he dots not live east composed of men of spirit than an en- I and 1 less than one bottle -ffe<.ted

.. of the Vllesiianies nor outh of the !'arseil one without them Finally a a permanent cure. If troubled with sciatica
i. Potomac and the, Ohio motion approving the internment's or rheumatism why not try a2;> cent

" ".' ..,..'. Elected Senator. i pui:icjxis carried by a large; majority. bottle of Pain Balm and; ,.*>tO for yourself'
1: Stephenson I how quickly it relieve the pain. For '
, t The \\ i"-con<
?ti \as broken when the Republican can eomspiracy to assassinate! the Hus [ t!

, uis ballot developed the requisite num slan euiKroras ie\ealed when a sol The Port II
Tampa longshoremen strike has
r her of votes for Isaac btephciisou off dkr .>f the guard regiment at Tsar I been called off. There is in t variety in stnk I tttj I

Marinette. J>te- I "h\IC"N-lo confessed that he had accepted -! io i workmen down that way I

.. -r phenson'schokewas a large: money brilf to assist

'.' then maue in the a!
: ? unanimous, ands I II i tarn aroused this having; large Mimsof t
; Chamberlain'sCough
# his election to ,I money oa his Personamid when he
;SenaT.5 t- i fount himself shadowed he made aconfesst I

1 j ,, ., .i )n. The conspiracy: differs II I ",'
\: .. _,:'-' MJined, was from former plots and the prmcijiaN .,\ -"

: sured 8tt> a.-I I appear not to ha\e been disotered! ."i1Ih:....
(i son is \" I The council of the empire rejected c.. \1\:6.
\ i
f ii
,/ < ..:#' eight years old.butisstillasvt I I the bill passed bj the douaa abolish (!G: ,
+ .
.I -.Y iJ ::- i il ins trials by drumhead: court martial. li."f",- .

a .;.::=A t "u. 5b orous as many I .\Moscow: the reactionary members ,!,

'r. A IV'; wen half his !I I of the douma heM a conferenceand fY '

' :. ace He former I expressed their Idiot that the dissolution J- ) ..... .;'t.\. \

: e ti;f/f ly served three' I of the douma was necessary: t A 'i. 6il= t
!; In the I to the i\t
;d t 'fl terms public safety and the proclaiming "

i I 1 ,3/1" house of representatives of martial law
:: I They would cone -
Ic.i '\,"!" 'j.t1.: and I cate the property of the revolutionists I A line that meets all demands

-t Isaac SUrher<:on. later became I and exclude Jews from military Remedy both as to quality and price

.- t t .ne-of the financial backers:: of former I and civil service .\t the same time I
The Children's Favorite
f. Governor La F l1l'tte. His fortune 1 I the Social Democratic members of the

i-. :i. .. was made in the lumber fields of northwestern j douma were holding a congress in London I Coughs, Colds CCRES-, Croup- and Selling Price from $450 to $850

Wisconsin and :'Ikbl? n. He I saying that they d.t not regardthe
o i Whooping Cough.Til .
S- established the Milwaukee Free Press douma as a serious legislative machine .
remedy is famous for It*cure over Full particulars sent
I ; and eondneted it Successfully as n but simply as a useful mean I atarge. part of the Cln: zed world. It can application_
ai* 7 t>s depended upon. It contains no
weapon in his political battle lIe for carrying on their agitation In the opium or other harmful drag and may be

was born In Canada and later lived meantime the douma proper continuedto given*confidently to a baby as to an&duUPrice

in Maine. Early In life he moved to meet with a minority in attendance I 25 eta; Large Size, 50 eta. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE TITUSVILLEc

,Wisconsin, where he worked as :i tIIO! t"d mainly of Constitutional nrrwr ,



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= f sJ. Y, Isar g 1907 THE FLORIDA STAR 1 3 ;. .-.

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ilrs. Russell Sage for the purpose of

; r Improving sociological and living conditions '

r In America 3ir,. Sage herselfwas Can'tMiss

chosen president Robert W. De

." f ; ))'Q'i Forest, her attorney, vice president,

.'- ,..."... ""A. ;)!..j and John 31. Glenn of Baltimore! sec:

JL':, 'f'i .j''f retary.: Mr. Glenn will be the active ItSo
administrator. lie has been for many

'k. :' 4 years conspicuous in local and national

> $: charity, movements. He Is about fifty '

txr 1 : : years of age and a graduate of WashIngton many ailments are :

.; and Lee university. The trusteeS purely nervous affections,

"'> decided upon the scope of the that you can hardly miss I

: 1 { ; i wort to be pursued saying that the
r foundation would not attempt to relieve it if you try Dr. Miles'Nervine. ri g

& Individual or family Jt' restores nervous ,
S ,. .... .., ', .. a.., '" .. ,3 n' ...... "'____.. .' .... that Its function need but ..

;T4 J J : 'I, against George R. S rugham, manager row said opinions concerning the,president -I as possible the cause is "to eradicate of poverty so and far energy-and through =

I LEGAL-CRIMINAL I of the policy holders' committee was might be asked and Borah hotly Ignorance rather than to relieve the its invigorating influence .;

"> .r.. / under consideration 'before a magistrate replied that the defense had dragged sUfferings of those who are poor and upon the nervous system, ;

J t. 'Ban .Francisco Boss Pleads Guilty. I at New York the committee met Roosevelt In at all times. Darrow then Ignorant. The reason given for this the organs are strengthened. .. ?

and took formal action exonerating said that the president had butted Into attitude U that neighborhood charity .

i:!. ; Abraham Ruef, who for several yean him from e wrongdoing and express- the case "as he Is always doing. The would be dried up if neighborhoodneeds The heart action 'is .

.p i' ,- 'was known as the real political ruler Ing unabated'- confidence In his integ- state made It known that they would were supplied from without better; digestion improvI.
i V of San (Francisco and who for several .
rity. Richard Olney formerly secre- call more than 150 witnesses In Its effort They say also that the sphere of higher '
months has ed the condition
. been under close guard of to connect the accused and education sluggish -
= -, tary ( statevpreslded at the meetingof man will not be within the ;
awaiting the charge of extort- the committee which was held In his labor organization;: with various scope of the Sage foundation, thus distinguishing overcome, and healthy ac- .. t

'f'" ing protection money from Delmonico'sFrench Alton B. Parker's office. Among those crimes. On May 16 Orchard stated inen its work from that of the tivity re-established.
;.L! 1 restaurant has, changed his who voiced this sentiment were Judge Interview with reporters that no general education board which has a .. ;

; plea from not guilty to guilty. lie did Gray of Delaware Governor Roberts confessIon had been forced from him been t endowed by Rockefeller. Carnegieand "Dr. MfleV Nervine" Is worth Its i- !
weight In gold to me. I did not knewwhat .
4 this in. a most Impressive. manner, reading of Connecticut Alton B. Parker. and that no promise of Immunity had others. ailed me. I had a good physician 4* *

j ; In court from a prepared statement General B. F. been made. but got no rehef. I could not eat. ; '
and showing great emotion. lie said Tracy and Congressman New York's Child Labor Law.Governor sleep, work, sit or stand. I was nearly #
-,: Longworth. The conspiracy charge Is crazy. One day I picked up a paper and ,"'f- 1
',J the trial had become a threatening in connection with the Hughes of New York has the first thing that met my eyes was _. .
danger to his health and to the health handling of .ballots I EDUCATIONAL I !signed the new eight hour law' for chil- an advertisement of Dr. Miles' Nervine. sr'
signed by policy holders. f dren under the of sixteen I concluded to try it and let the i
1 of his parents and sister and, although age years doctor go. and I did so. After taking .
' ; lie protested that he was guiltless of McClellan Faces a Recount. employed in factories and work shops.It two bottles I could dress :1t Then r i;
Half Million For Amherst. !
'\ '; '. the The New York court of appeals has [ forbids their employment before 8 I began taking Dr. Miles' Cure }-
particular and _
President Harris of Amherst college now I can work and go out and !
\ charge of extortion affirmed the order of the lower courts a. m. and after 5pm. and commits have told many the benefit I have received !

he 'adI permitting Attorney GE'ner:1Jackson announces that Edward W. Currier an the state to the principle of the short from these remedies and several !
.. alumnus who died at New York a of them have been cured by It w 1
; mitted he hadconnived to begin quo warranto proceedings to working day for children.INDUSTRIAL. since I am fifty-nine years old and -<
I month left his alma mater be- ,
1 at test the mayor's title to his office. Involving -
.. corruption I I tWl'enOOOOO and $oOO.OOO. although ANNA R. PALMER Lewlstown. Pa. "
ct and a recount of the ballots cast In '
,4 the will has not yet been formally I I IA Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your :
graft In order 1905. The decision of the. court was druggist who will guarantee that the
probated. Currier was a bachelor who first bottle will benefit. If It fails, he
j} to keep his political unanimous. tad no immediate relatives.! His will refund your money. '
i machine Constitution Raise For Cotton Hands.
+ f Defines Courts death also releases $180.000 for Wil- Miles Medical Co., Elkhart Ind
,:; together. He In an opinion 'rendered by Associate iams college willed by an aunt who The New Bedford Cotton Manufacturers .

proposed now to Justice Brewer of the supreme court In died some years ago but which he association has voted a 10 per

; do all that he the case of Kansas versus Colorado the held for his use during his lifetime. cent Increase in the wages of the oper- .-- .... .._ .. ,
could to atives in that district to take effect
contention Is made that has
congress The fortune was made in the prInting'and
\ the system no power after creating a court to lim- lithographing business at, New May 27, and it was expected that other The 1 fastl'luallt Set*' }'uht and Bo a6BiL.iiad

which had it its judicial powers. This Is the position York. Xew England mills! would follow smt. Books errs h/llu4L4.

made possible taken by former Senator Spooner Lon soremen Made Gains. RUDDER'HOWTO
Self Support at Bowdoin.
the terrible cor- The strike of the New' York longshoremen -
in his debate on the rate bill in the '
The report of a committee at Bow BOOKS
Abraham Ruef.ruption of the senate. Justice Brewer says that the for better wages continued

city's officials. judicial power of a nation extends to doin on the means employed by students and both sides remained firm except I Over JOPO teats have been built from the lines e
and to do this he would work the who are working their way printed in test bo.Successfully sailed In
; as all controversies justiciable In their nature that one line gave In for the time In
every clime a-ul upon every In-Full detail
I; humblest citizen promising that hisI and when this power was vested through college shows sixty-seven different orJer to get a fruit ship unloaded. J-; ol ail parts, ihowin whet it is and
i I occupations ,in use. The highest how to> nuke-Text extremely sample
future would be of y
one integrity.He In the courts of this nation It must be Elevator! men joined in a sympatheticstrike
preferred to face a prison sentence held to embrace all controversies aris- amount earned was that of $700 in a ; i but the teamsters refused. rfOX TO BUILD A RACER FOR $SOt .I
year by one student as the pastor ofa -;font tn w rtt>..nt Lar .rr"r..kniU.tnoM all.. ; If necessary rather than go through the ing within the territorial limits of the Some'of the strike breakers abandoned _oo4.a.I.4foraMyt.kuathebaaia u. .

ordeal of a trial with the suffering> it nation, no matter who may be the par church. Another made $400 by managing their ,jobs. Many of the companies HOW TO BUILD A StIPJACK

4 would entail upon .those nearest and ties thereto. a summer camp. A canvasser continued to board the new men"on A ere let for ttera.n..tsy.vr Inorkmi ttxmt h
meal MT 'a.b--u.antafal.b" ren >
1 dearest to him. for stereoscopic views profited $3oO their ships, but many of the boats were .;. (Uiam..ip.taesofcr.p4trdba.ta .

1 When he had finished District Attor- May Not Destroy Forests. and a book agent made $.00. One delayed In sailing, while merchantsand HOW. TO BUlL A RACING SLOOP ..
'' The supreme court has held that the enterprising: student got: up a local di- 3i.a ,,..r..f.r.1 r-iD a a3..a ever d.ieaed; a pro4wbr
ney Langdon took him by the hand railroads began;: to suffer severely h. A..........Ana aaol aasralia. ea.7 ,. band;w. 1
and said. "You did a manly thing" assuring state of Georgia had a right to protectIts rectory and was paid STiOO for It. Another from the tie-up It was hoped that the 10.....c.. j.

< forests and that the Tennessee Copper organized a touring party and of the HOW TO DUILO A MOTOR
c I him that the prosecution would arrival of Ismay. head ship '
1 f company and the Ducktown Sul- lamed $:!:JO. Other profitable jobs would bull nonce a.b _.... rsl 1 rba&HOW
do all It properly could for him. Ruef trust, from Europe bring some u.j 'e.* athtrr|
t change of front brought consternationinto phur and Iron company could be en- secured were tutoring. snow shoveling sort of compromise TO BJILD A KNOCKABOUTA

joined from so conducting their smelt- car conductor hotel steward, clerkdraftsman fun" a,I>r.iiiil rnwuu N "l. gowl tibia; riccOncia
the camp of Mayor Schmitz. as it Steam Shovel Men Quit. >lrr. Wit.W r.a.b.iai.r .
Ing works* on the Tennessee side of the ,, summer schoolteacher, reporter -
,meant that the day of immunity was Steam shovel workers the Panama HOW TO BUILD ASHOAL-DRAUGHTSLO0/
line as to destroy forests and vegetation chauffeur, farmer, on .
i butcher ArV-nrlttiaMl.B2Uiat.viU vrarhug**M
Ruef had to the
past. .
go .
canal have struck for S300 a month instead pl.a
In the state of Geontfa The court purser and caterer The committee
stand and with hw testimony it was HOW TO GUILD 4 FLATTIE
of t: W. which they have beenreceiving OR SHARPIE
until the October term reaches the conclusion
gives Georgia that
certain that the mayor could be con- any person K,y tn I awl.rr-rrthmT Mrm-.cV:jnt the roan for: a ka:
shovels remained
to submit the form of a decree with blessed! with ;good: health and the and only two --.iau.ku.41;
victed. Also it made probable the conviction -
which !It would enjoin the operation of will can earn half! his college at work but Chief Engineer Goeth HOW TO BUILD A VOCCL YACHTA
expensesif .
of the rich bribers ...... ,. .
corporation al to fill the vacant "irtdr-cnp xm f fc> w ta baWl..J..I;alMlia.
the smelters. In the meantime the objectionable he is not too proud to work. > was trying places if IUI ....".ml.J mv.h.PRICE .
who had the officials.
corrupted city with mechanics
companies are said to be Head of Dartmouth Resigns.President n

Pierce Must Face Trial. installing a plant that will condensethe William Jewett Tucker of IndigestionWith $1. EACHPREPAID _

In the federal court St Lorn-. Judge sulphurous fumes and which would" CY tap tea: ANraHERE:
Dartmouth college has tendered his
its companions, heart burn, flat- Board n clott God Irttrnn Size of .
Adams denied the application of 11 thus render;, the decree unnecessary.Howeer ?- pag.
resignation to the' nlence, torpidity of the liver, constipation t>ty 11 inches-Lat_c. .K.arly..iro1..a plans.
Clay Pierce, head of the Wlt'rs-Pien.-e decision i
the remains
Impor- .. ,
;:/ 'aH;; : trustees ghmg asr palpitation of the heart, poor bloodUadm i
Oil company, for a writ of habeas corpus tant as affecting the principle of forest : THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
: his reason, heart "he an and ordered that he be remandedto 3 MURBA STRCCT: New Yo"", U. S. A
and vegetation protection The smelting ofteriMve
t 11i1"'N trouble, which !' sfem, foul tongue, breath
the custody of the chief of police to companies in the case are largely ":( : male it and a legion of other ailm 'nl-", i- at once V-.. 11 ItlI16'hw '.. ,
) be delivered to Sheriff Matthews of y I and ;JSllfJ" Libra.
owned bj Standard Oil interests and /.f'J '; for him the most widesprt-a,1| ileMmcmemihh

's Travis county. Te\. for extradition the case has been pending; for a year f."S; t He will among the .\", ernan fn-ople s

: Pierce is wanted there to answer in and a half. t The Her 1.1 ne treatment will curs :ill thin _
1 Indictment in affidavit r. ,y _e v : Hanover text fallhowever troubles ;%0'. l*>tt e :$old b\ lied ('re-" -
chirgiug (ivrjury an Eight Hour Day Dec;cion. .- t t 1': and continue Pharnuc $
made in 11W. to the effect .Ji
May, -
The supreme court has sustained the ( -:<:: his duties until
i that the Waters-Pierce company wa \ Tampa man suing for 11 \'lIrl'f" because
validity of the federal lay ailing i ; tit a siieeessor has .
not a party to any pool!, trust, coafed W J. Tuc-ter. I his wife talked --> mn<'h it m ui< him sick
.1 of
eU\t! hours; dn the eup'n'rient! :tpl))fntt'lt H. ERRYSSeeds

i oration or combination in restraint o* liborers and niec.Inm I,,, ,ou:rait:.. lop,.N to onitim.e in the service ol

trade. In his election Judge Adams I' on government works but coupl.3- 11:1;outh:: as a lecturer on fie sub Verdict for Dr. Pierce

J said the conc'usion was irresistible: I jec.t. "Tli0 onratiou and ,
with the LiHling that the law Ties notapply < Impression
, that the indictment contained the si.b. i is of Pttlilie I M3\I\sT THE
j to the employees in dred-rc Opinion In a I 'enoeracy: .
t >tau,-e of an oTenx awl that tedmi: j jvahties tloatm : prove their worth at harvest
I Justice IIolLies said that as : Equal Fay Sill Vetoed. Ladies' Home Journal.
: should not =stand in the way of time After oertiftcars of
all the mils
; dredges werecsseK e.ii Mayor MK'lell of New York has --
Pierce who in court at i f : success,\\iv\ are pronounced
justice | .
I,lined on them were c'.i-Mtl :i> senmen. \ 'toel the lull reecntlj. pissed by the Sending truth after a lie. It iin 0.1mnim t"
,. showed the bed and surest bv ref..!
the decision that c
the time of .
I and it had Iron held repeatedly state gislature 1 v\u:1.17;114 the salaries! J{ that "i 1 In-1 will tril1'n l evervvrhere Your

i; he was laboring under gnat mental that seamen were not subject to the of i .ea and women teachers m the I IMJU while truth i- ;:..ttll1:: its i.r.t. den'-p'antrrs cells them 1907 Seed
strcsLilc his attorney, Priest, was eight hour law This decision settle i on." ;u1I1 no doubt hundntN of thuu.al1ll (
,Ui-rlwr .Rules of the M.h
lII"IC Anti al fee
I < the I on request
of xxl read l the and
visibly distoniortwl a* shown by the s 1" ogle
r a question which has preutited the ml'trlpllli He jiitihc his veto I). M. F' enA t n.. IMralt,MILL
on '
trembling of his hands Priest gave j nulu'iotiatti k tll'on I>r. IL Y. TunfI
awarding of SSTOIXM-OU of contract
I tour grounds rir \iolatioii
: of
the and hd
I -
notice of two appeaN! that would betaken /
authors M- the river and harbor 1.
: hoi!!e rule pr n 'iple. oc-ond Im-al atitj hi the May! (1-111 niunUr of the l.:uli.-> YEARS
one to the C'Irl'uit'Ourt vf appeals The t'stimlft'S: for ttese .. .. EXPERIENCE .
appropriationswere ruiis already have the power to do II >m Joiinial with tt- great biai, di:
t and one to tin! United Mates supreme I Ilwd,' "u tbtbasis, of In'III' tie Mine: third d!M'muni itio.i m fa ; play i.eadinr.. w Ion n,'s-er wow tin hum-

court and Pierce was admittedto mat employees net II!."nj included In ,"orllr i certainlass: of teuhs lit! :rrii\4linsr retractionith lU in'qn-

Loud in the sum of s-ji ,UtX>. the eight hnur restriction. \ ; i spuiiDtilitMdinz.. puWi.hi-d two months
I fourth that it wouM d.-troy the elastieiv I! lat.-r. Itwu" boldly charged in th.' .ianur 1 it
Prison Yawns For Hurrmel. Roosevelt In Haywocd Case. of the 'bool .
ptt-.eilt s. y"h'D1.Th' I (' *and liNl',u. article that Dr. l'i'rl't"S Iv

Abraham II Hummel, who for many I TIe trial ">f \\ I>. II-J wood at IV>i- bill was prompt!.*. passed, over thtt.r.yor : t.irit. I'res cnpttun. for the cure ofIlIIlau. I/

}ears bad an international reputation! Idu for tie murder of tornur <5ovenior s veto l>\' the senate lUll assviu: \\ s widkiM-M.,.. and ailm.nt-, contamnl TRADE MARKS

as a member of the Nework divorce $Mei.mnlicr ntinutil with the iIsand the matter Uf"t tj Covornar i alcohol and other! harmful ingnrlY- j' "' DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS '

firm of Howe iV Hrmmtl and who in examination of talesmen luring whulf Hushes: for fatal action.5OCJOLGCiCAL1. t I entDr.. I'M'roe promptly bnmzlituit: Ac. .
Anyone wndtnz ketrh Je
I a cnpti'>n eras
HKio was convicted on the charge of j jisuborintioii i j the intent fin! ;: struck sparks I'\'rtl a2i nt the puHi'her; of the Lain* Quit Kirrtiim n-tr >pni>n df' : wnaher! ; aa
'I Horn .Tournil. for?JDOODOiiOilanii.:.... ivnt, n rep .1111.111! T'it?: tahle. C" mjirumra.
of perjury in the iKxlge j times in the fl'ndn of the c plHisin:: trirtyc! ml)lentuil. Handbook''atI'Dt.l'nl .
lr :
; Mr.! IM.K the .
free 0 l?st aireny for secunnr latent v
Morse divorce ':ind:U. re uhed the end i' c-ounsel Many talc'sunn ;j::.>t eseuscl> editor, mdhciou-l pubh-fo'd the articlei I'Htents taken thnmeb Jlunn & ( o- recelrctptrml

if the ropepuu out 1 by the law's delaywhen Il'u\ various pleas or were lisiiusst-i flU i i containing such false and defamatory nutlet, withuut cbanre, in the

Chief Justicx l'ui1t'n of the New j II account cf lioMiL4 hxt'tl op nions \'tlll'; Rate cf Forest Destruction. ( matter wit' the intent of Injuring his Scientific Rm ri\an. t

' York court of apiHMls denied Hum 1 ,I t'cernm;* the acxustd More than a IoIlX: .AcYiirdin tl .1 biiilvt;) : jest bred,\' busing <'urthprmor. that no alcohol.or A hand'Omely lUa.trst<>4 WffkiT. arrest rtr

mel's. application for a cvrtilicate of i full had been pissed provisional l'j- thv f..rt'tl..'.\ i.'i oj' the agriculture;: I other unour. or .forming, drugser :I'r'ion. tbLI1I8utibh: T535.
T ; f' re wl*aler!JrylUNN *
doubt to the validity ofhis : sides but each had or 't'r'erf'. conlained in his "Fa-
reason:ibli as Iwitli ten 1"'rl'InI- department every IHTMJU in thi- country -
comic,turn which had liven affirmed i. !j tory challenges! to t Sl'. Judge \\CXH i.. tising 1I"l'rix times a.. much \orite ees ription"; that said medicine & CO.361Broad"2J. New York
I is mad f 6ra native medicinal. roots and Branrh UlN- .25: F Ole W..f1IDiCton.l'_GK1LLTHE
the appellate division Thi allowed the widest latitude In the wood
bj as the CUNI:mptiun inEUWI" conta'no harmful ingredients what- f

meant, as his attorneys admitted, th:1tlIumull'1 ; questioning and the ,h'fl.It.constantly mill the country as :\\hok ever ; & that Mr 15ok- malicious tate-

would have to serve his souteuev -i asked= talesmen if tluhad butt in consume> over three times what deforests nn1//were wholly and absolutely fa.e.! COUCHAND

of one years imprisonment in : flucuc-eii bj the cndoslrable! (cuizens IIf the l'uitl'lltHl'" grow during retraction f ;."..'rht..*..,..'\, ..fai ...--,- I CURE THC LUNGS
thet were .rl'f'l fr"i a r kaymli d _ihii:1'Tia .'1 1 f.*- _
the iHMiitfatury and pay a hue of N 00, i letter from President Knosclt or hy the >ear The ,l1Sl'flUl'lh'l' of this r-Tana \...'
This is regmlod/: as a great legalic"- I the spots'h'of Taft at Boise last vear policy is .in inimitable timber famine .,:...'. "f.." 1 "min,'n. ..h........;...;' :\',l I.f w1T/fir: : !

t.rfor 1):strict Xttornej Jerome | Counsel Inrdson. for the ll'fl'n'l' It is potnteil NIt that the m<:rease iu \> -hl-rrl, a-.I| TtiTLrt d.. .., "t ai '+1. King'sNew

whi: eon\iete.l said. had broup'it: out the fact that 1 1 c eft r htlir'I!'.
> when llmuuitl was [ ; one population since 1VS is hardly more Tuese fact were a l.o proven in the of
"This man and his firm hive been a talesman would believe Orchard undo than half the increase in lumber cut. so, the action In the Supreme Court. Bat the Ibu"jn."of I Discovery

menace to this community for twentyyears. (oath and as Orchard Is the chief wl that the increase ot forest destructioncannot tlie publication Ir IVn-e of the wa librlout* preatly article injured with hy

." The case has been remarkablefor !! ness for the state this showed that the l e explained entirely on the lt>preat Uy lI..al1i"wlile hundreds ofthou.ands Price
mad the convicted prosecuting attorneys had overlooks 11 ho read the wickedly defamatory
by FOR
the long theory of increased population I article never taw ihe humble Trove'inf re- I CONSUMPTION 50c&$1.00
man to escape the penalty by employing f j a point as some of the men passed trai tion.set -maIttrr** and made in Sage Foundation
technical device knownto might hold similar views After that i| ai posMble. The matter however j jJ I
every At a of the brought b.'f,.n a jury In the supreme
I' meeting trustees of the Guaranteed for all THROAT and
the tate challenged for such :
shrewd lawyers any opinIon. i j Court of New York state which promptly .
and the court o\erruled objections :age foundation, the name given to the nnden1 venlict In the IK*.torn favor LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY
Committee Exonerates Scrugham.' $10tkalMN) endowment established .|I' Thus his tradu-vrs came to grief and their BACK.
"- br.
-s ; I :m'fl'r the defence Dar < bane slanders were refuted. '
of conspiracy!
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{ r-4 ',_ leeond-clau mail matter. Florida Leads ill States In Protecting

/ : editor.nd Pabllaber.'PUBLISHEDEVEBTFBIDAYMOBNINQ. Ron-Game Birds :
; 4'KUhi,B. Wager
J-t. ; Demonstrate Beyond All Cavil That Pe-ru-na Is a .
; : Experience extending over many .

-.>!f{?vY'.t ot It mart be clearly nndentood thafneitherTa years has clearly shown the futilityof Safe and Useful Household Remedy. -

': '_ii'. '\: STA nor its editor is responsible for any scheme of game protection inthe

< .C'I! : z. ;opinion expressed by eorrenpondente. United States which does not provide /1
: -.l'
Read What the Women Y {>r ..
y$ 4j
official in
general chargeof
r ; Editor Watterson holds back thee
the work. This fact has been so Say. r .
$ "name of his "dark horse" candidatefor :.. +
.. ,, generally recognized that 35 states

id. ,,' .' the,Democratic presidential nom and 3 territories now' maintain stateor t tJ
-"" ", ination, but has unbent so far as to territorial,game commissioners or
"Y- .
_j say< that the "dark' horse" has a must wardens. Florida is one of the nine J

'f,7!:.7 ..... .,- ..... '. ;, tache. ir -u-i states i in which provision has not been :::* .. .,. !

;?t f ", made for such an officer and one of Pd O v t'hY-C.i'iv'sLfih:rti{ ':Y .f0.,.iAr..C AYy n.'tS }'..3.l .

':?pf"; !. ., lor. William Randolph Hearst'snew the seven in which the enforcement : (

: personally conducted political of game laws is intrusted wholly to -,

}:'i:'" 1J.- "., party is 'ge ttin.ead y to nominatehim county wardens. Experiments in I
"'- / for president of, the United other states have plainly demonstrated i

: f( 'States. It has called a national conference the practicability of supporting a

\';. ''\ to be Held in New York city state game department entirely with ..
: ,
It- :" t'" the revenue derived from hunting
;r ,in Septem be r.
i license fees. Florida realizes a considerable -
,. v_'. >> "" ,
i to sum each hunting season
Senator McCreary'samendment 44
from non-resident hunting licenses hx'
the election law has passed both :
but, as at present applied, this fund
""" houses, and in the future our ballots \ !
furnishes little support game pres-
;; :: will not be in yard ormore slips.. The ervation. I

,' Jt
{- ,;t,!:. law, as amended, 'provides that the Flprida is second to no state in the

}: ticket may printed in one or,more Union nits laws protecting non-

M1,; ,columns, and this )shill make tickets game birds; but its laws for the pro- !

more convenient to handle. tection of game, though much improved -

)'- in late years, are still not sur- ,

>' R Women as embalmers are a failure ficiently comprehensive to meet pres- L :

xr according to the annual report ent needs. Several valuable game i RON S, 'DCG 4 7IRs.WM.liot NANn
+ : YV
1S of the New Jersey state board of em birds,such as doves, woodcock,snipe, I' V

plover sandpipers rail and shorebirds
: balming. The report says that while :,tn 's Bronchial Catarrh
haveno protection either in the Chronic Hoarseness. .
women applied for certificate 569 N.
twenty-seven Hohmann, Paulina-
Mrs Win.
i form of close seasons, bag limitsorrestrictions Mrs Delia C. Cameron, Healdsburg,
= as embalmers during the past sale Thereare Cal., member Daughters of America, ;;: y; sr St.,Chicago, 111.,writes:
on or export.
"I suffered with catarrh of the
twelve months of them stood writes: y. A.
none laws forbidding the destruction I and had
no I "Haying tried many remedies for bronchial tubes a terrible
y r the practical test. When they came of nests and eggs of partridges, chronic catarrh of the bronchial tubes, MISS EMILY [\OCH, cough ever since a child. When a child

i into contact with dead body they other benefit I it was supposed to be whooping cough
a turkeys, or game birds and and not receiving any began
for until Catarrh .f the Stomach.or the croup, but a* I got older it got
wilted or fainted. none to prohibit trapping or netting to think there was no help me

r'"t ;; _ these n: __-_ birds.___ _. _No_ c-nrohibition______n___exists______of__ I I began tense Peruna.the bronchial tubes Miss Emily Koch,914 Michigan Are, worse."After a while it got so bad I had tot
1 "In a short time Sheboygan,Wla..writes:
. : Brevard may well feel proud of: the export of ducks or other, water began to clear, I did not have that'frog "I can heartily recommend Peruna cough both winter and summer. Finally

''" I, the fact that it stands at the head of: fowl. Such conditions endanger the in my throat'continually,my voice was for catarrh of the stomach. 1 had tried from I the burst strain a blood of Yessel coughing in my, next throat a.

of the inasmuch not nearly so husky,and the wheezing which
supply state did and
things me no good
game as many
blood vessel in stomach I
: all the counties in the state for the my so kept
;, the door is left to unrestricted., noise disappeared. M a last resort I got a bottle of Peruna.
j open getting worse and doctoring, and erea
: > enforcement: of the law requiringnonresidentg "I was soon able to believe that I was "I only regret that I did not try it before -
market hunting either for local then could get no relief.
I con entirely free from catarrh, and as this
I forced much bad duff into
to take out hunting sumption or for shipment to northern wa several months ago,I do not believe stomach. It so has cured and "I went to a dispensary for treatment,
entirely me
licenses. The table at the foot of: that it will retard." but it all done me no good. At night I
cities. If existing laws were as a preventative 1 always keep bottle
The above group of women could be could never lie on my back. I would sit
r the artice headed "Protection of strictly enforced, much could be done multiplied by ten thousand without in the house up until two or three o'clock in the-

: I Game" on this page shows that our for: the preservation of the game, reaching the number that have been "I gladly recommend it to all who are morning before I could close my eyes..
but such a result is difficult to attain helped by taking Peruna. afflicted as I was."
game warden, Sheriff Brown, and with the administrative Then of course, I thought, and every.
ma A Wasting Disease. else that I had
body consumption.
t I his deputies have done their duty in chinery. The county warden system 'Beading the papers about Peruna t
this matter. Just think that in 13 still individual prevails and is optional As result with each less f" Mrs.Rou: Tyler,6210 Madison Avenue, Chicago, 111., Vice President of decided to try it without the least hope-
county. a
counties no attention is paid to the than half of the counties ate the Illinois Woman's Alliance,writes: that it would do me any good. But after
pro "During the pasyear I gradually lost flesh and strength until I was taking three bottles I noticed a change.
law at all while in others the vided with wardens. I
many game
unable to perform my work properly. I tried different remedies,and finally My appetite got better, so I kept on,,
The federal maintains
report shows nearly the same. The government Peruna was suggested to me. never got discouraged
three bird reservations in Florida
'lax manner in which the game Iiknses one on Pelican island, Indian river,, "It gave me new life and restored my strength. I cannot speak. too "Now I can lie on my back and sleep,
of it." all night, and well think how
highly you
are collected in most of the Brevard county, and two near the thankful I am for Peruna."

/ counties calls for attention on the mouth of Tampa bay, on Passage
___ __ ,
and Indian n
key key. These reservations ---- ------ -- -

part of the county commissioners. which are small, low, sandy, The principal objection usually

;- The game'should be protected and or muddy islands, worthless for agriculture made to establishing such an office is MASDRY'S VARNISHES

!) i the law is not too strict in that re are the resorts of certain interesting expense, but in this case no serious For all Purposes

and beautiful sea birds. difficulty need be apprehended be-
spect. Let it be universally respected They have been set aside and
placedin cause the receipts from non-resident MARINE SPAR for boats
and the state will be better for it. charge of the United States department licenses, since the passage of the lawn

-, of agriculture and in 1906 1899, already provide a fund of CRYSTAL SPAR for interior use

trespass upon them as well as upon several thousand dollars. Statisticsfor
.: ;' Assessment Law is DefectiveOne similar reserves elsewhere in the the first five seasons are not avail- Nomar Floor Finish Nomar Varnish StainsA

of the most important subjects United States was prohibited. able, but in 1904-5 the receipts were quick-drying brilliant and durable I For all ,
specially fur
for the present legislature to consider Game laws, like other statutes, are 5-1,620;in 1905-6,$6,070;and in 1906-7; varnish unexcelled for dancing floors. I| varnishing chairs tables and furniture.adapted
not automatic. They are not enforced 6380. In the accompanying table Color cards and prices upon application. Dries quickly, easily applied.

I\ and act upon is the present defec unless it is made the duty of some the receipts in each county are given Remember 1\fasury's-The oldest varnish house in America ,

'- .. S ive assessment law, which was declared officer to enforce them. Prior to 1897 for the last three hunting seasons.In .
j "',- unconstitutional Florida intrusted the enforcement of [ those counties where there is no EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
t. in United
the game laws to constables, sheriffs warden the money is placed in the Eau Gallie Florida.
i,, 1 States court last week mention of and similar peace officers,and the re- fine and forfeiture fund find used for ,

which was made in the last issue of sults were no more satisfactory than the paymet of costs of criminal pros

.".. THE STAR. they had been in other states. During ecutions. If county wardens were : VICTOR
the last ten years provision: has appointed more generally, and if /

:, ..? It is held by eminent state; attorneys been made for the appointment of their work were under the supervision -I 1t'J' .. Talking Machines Supplies and

that the injunction granted be county wardens but this system has of a state commissioner, undoubtedly 'I ,
S ,:; likewise proved unsatisfactory because the license receipts could : _
Judge Swayne restraining the collection Records sold the
', the appointment is made optional be materially increased and at thesame I

t. of taxes a.ed..applies not only with each county and requiresin time the game laws would be

a I to the lards of the complainant least each 75 case freeholders the application, and for of the at more generally enforced. I I' : r r r INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE

'" company, but that other real estate Hunting Lit"t'n"p8 1 bl'ut'c1ln Florida
further reason, as experience has .I MnlerYtioice.I TITUSYILLE
.. holders can proceed in the same way, shown that there never is unity of 19045 KKtt-6 1llII I FLORIDA
re b Xo. Am't No An,'t No. Am't
provided,of that other courts action between county wardens un-
course \hchua_____-IS $10 19 ?Iio 21 *no1J
less there is a general officer to direct
rule Ure\ani __ 61 610 160 1MN ? U-30
r as Judge Swayne has. n
T and control them. Only 17 countiesat (1tru5.21 210 23 2'31) 15110

It is further contended that inasmuch present avail themselves this Hay___:_____ H 130 14 li') n no : Play Ball !
.. privilege. The need of officerto ColumbiaDale .--._ 5 50 5 50 2 .J
actions be a state
can brought on .________ 2 20
supervise and coordinate the efforts -
.' the ground that tax assessors and tax Iktido______ 23 230 21 210 31 310
of the county wardens is thus Hf'mando:1 30 :0 1 !w
collectors are proceeding under a law referred to in the report of the com Ilillsborough i I 3 : ) 2 :.) ... .
Jackson------: 2') 2 20 7 70
: contrary to the provisions of the constitution missioner of agriculture of Florida Jefit'r.on ____.22 220 33 33010 400
41 for 1905-6, page 34: Lafayette___ 1 10 A Complete Line ofSP
of the United States that'
Lake _n.O 7(>0 76 ?Ij/) S7 870
'Tb' slionld be
Tt' state wardenwho
a game
..t small holders into Lee-------- 43 &;50II UOi" S50'
property can get shall have the power to appoint deputy
wardens each Leon--------22 220 24 240 31 310 : .A..LTL..IJJXrG'SBASE :
in county and have entire
.f i the federal courts as easily as the control of them. Such bill Levy --...--- 6 W) 10 100 5 ;50
a as is here indicated
Madison 2 20
2 20 I
larger holder, regardless of whether was introduced in the legislature of
Manatee------ 21' 5 :)1)I 40
1 'i involved is Marion _..._ .It 110 16 IliO 22 2:0' BALL
the to
amount equal $2,000 ? it was not popu __ ". GOODSCarried
Orange 22 220 2' 0.0 24 )
t. lar. But it was a good bill and would bear .::::. -1 -
or more. OsceolaPolk 70 660
resurrecting and merit careful consideration. _________ 3 30( S: 50 4 40 I
Assuming that this is the case it is Putnam-------3 30 3 30 2 20
Do You Love ___ by
Santa Rosa 1 10 1 10'
.. of paramount importance that the St.Johns..___ 2 20 2 20 I

legislature now in session should take your Buy a baby bottle of Yon White's wonder Cream why Vermifuge he cries. Sumter1 St. LuC1eu 10 3 30 U 120 i The H. & W. B. DREW CO.

action upon this subject at once, otherwise and he will never cry. Most babies hate buwannee--__ 17 170 2.j 350 > )
worm, and the mothers don't know it. Taylor..____ 2 20 2 20
the financial affairs of the White's Cream Vennifnjrp rills the childof Volnsia_.___ 67 670 52 520 30 300
Distributors for
and cleans Wakulla____. 10 100 10 100 8 KO' Florida
counties this state be out its
in may greatly worms system apleasant
should Walton_______ 3 30 3 30 3 30
l embarassed another the way. Every mother ""iVasbiDjrton 5 50 3 30
year by keep a bottle of this medicine in the ,, JACKSONVILLE
---- -- -- --- FLORIDASend
r working funds being cut down house. With it, fear need never enter Total..462 f.W2O b07 $6070 633 $63.-0 ,

.: through the non-payment of taxes on her mind. Price 2 ic. Sold by Red Cross Thirteen counties issued no licenses in the I

ZI',-", account of the above ruling. Pharmany. three years. bt. Lucie county organized 1905 for catalogue and samples for uniformsr


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applied tothe construction of said lateral
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roads mentioned in section 6 in

: the proportion as contributed by
.Yt such county'" under the law.

:} '" Sec. 10. The construction of such
:. r] ,
". t hiYhit leisure For 'lll,, ectloDs of the lard surfaced highways or roads as II
herein designated shall begin as soon AVOIDALIJMr

iwr.Penlnsalu.. State as practicable after the passage of F

f,, : ,After much delay and considerable this act on the general system or

1t1 .-: discussion the'joint good roads committee main lines as provided in section 5,

n of 'Florida legislature has at Pensacola,Milton,DeFuniak' ,Bon- y

I agreed on a bill which was reported fay, Westville Chipley, Marianna,

. '- a favorably by that committee on Sat Quincy, Tallahassee, Monticello,

r:' .}'t1 urday. It is as follows: Madison"Live Oak, Lake City, Mac- AN UNSEEN DANGER T : .

<;, Section 1. A board to be known clenny, Jacksonville,,Fernandina,St. .
--' ,as the state road commissioners of Augustine, Palatka, Orlando, Green

N' the state of Florida,is hereby created, Cove Springs, Kissimmee, Starke, INFOOD ?:

consisting of the board of state insti Gainesville,Ocala, Leesburg,Brooks-

ville, Dade City, Plant City, Lakeland -
%: ,tutions, whose duties shall be as prescribed tbARD'SHIPS --
u in section 4 of this act. .' Bartow, Arcadia, Daytona, Ti- : TO against the unseen dangers at sea., ''".
the United States Government maintains
: lighthouses.
aisville, Fort Pierce, West Palm
Sec.2. The office of state high

way commissioner is hereby created, Beach and Miami, and extend each H To guard your home against the un

and the way from said city or town to the .
shall .-
governor appoint a competent -
;;. and suitable 'person as such county lines of said county. At the seen dangers of food products, the Government

state highway commissioner, whose same time work shall begin at the has enacted a pure food law: The

L. ,<. term of office shall be four years, county site on the lateral lines as law compels the manufacturers of baking

and whose' salary shall be provided for in section 6 of this act. ;
$2,500 per I-
-: annum, which shall be paid by the Sec. 11. All laws andparts of powder to print the ingredients on the !
1 I said state board of commissioners as laws in conflict with the provisionsof : :: 'x label of each can. ;t

this act be and the same are hereby -
acti repealed. : The Government has made the label your protection r J i
i Sec. 12. This act shall take effect so that you can avoid alum-read it carefully if it dges not
formance of his duties under the >
or- say pure cream of tartar hand it back and t,
.t.der and approval of said board of immediately upon its passage and approval .

state road commissioners out of the by the governor.

proceeds of the hire of state prisoners. The bill meets with great favor, Say plainly- a i

.. ': as all parts of the state are benefitted

:' Sec. 3. The said state highway thereby, and it is hoped it will be a I BAKING : i i'I F

commissioner shall have the management promptly passed by both houses and I Ro'
and supervision of the con- become a law. I

: and road building in this It is Dange/ous to Neglect a Cold is a pure cream of tartar baking powder-a pure '

state, and shall have the power to How often do weheftr it remarked: product of grapes-aids the digestion-adds to the healthfulness

1'1.struction:; 1-. employ such engineers, workmen 'It8 only a cold," and a few days later of food

:' and laborers as shall be found nec- learn that the man is on his back with .1- I I ,
: pneumonia. This ia of such common occurrence "
", cessary, subject to the approval of that a cold, however slight,
, 1, the board of state road commission- should not be disregarded. Chamber-

;. and shall such other ain'a Cough Remedy counteracts any
'f. ers, perform tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia .MklJ' Weather Be...... It is announced here thatthe townto is proposed to make the new towna t
duties as usually appertain to the office and has gained its great popularity
f: i of state highway commissioner. and extensive sale by its prompt cares JcrrrEB, FLA., May* 21. 1907. be built on Stock island, near Key sister city to Key West.
of this most common ailment. It always Comparative statement of temperaturesand West, will be named "Flagler" in
: Sec. 4. Said board of road rainfall for the week
estate cares and is pleasant to take. For Bale ending Tuesday.
honor of Mr. Henry M. Flagler. It
'-, r commissioners shall meet and organize by all druggists and medicine dealers. 1907 19W BOBBINSGRAHAM
-' as soon as practicable after the Give the Full Facts May 15. 84 74 83 70 STATE or OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO,\J .
I' passage and approval of this act, and I 16 83 70 & 70 LUCAS COUNTY. J88 *
From the Tampa Times. 17. 80 69 86 71 FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he is 1
they shall make all such rules and .". 18. 82 64 84 71 the senior partner of the firm of F.J.CHEXIY CO., I
,:;- to If it is true that sales of land be 19. 84 65 83 68 &Co.,doing business in the city of Toledo,
regulations as are necessary con- the state have been made 20. 85 69 85 70 county and state aforesaid and that said firm (Incorporated. Paid up Capital(25,000.00. '
; struct such highways under the provisions longing 2L 85 70. 78 70 will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for .
without publicity, without advertis- Total rainfall for the eek.059 inches. J each and every case of catarrh that cannot be This company owns lands \
of this act. Departure rainfall for the week mints 0.70 cured by the use of HALL'S CATAKEH CuRE, in the Indian River Country -
Sec. 5. The said board of state ing, without offering the lands to nches. FRANK J. CHENEY. ,on the St.Lncie River,
the Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus Sworn to before and subscribed in
the world for competition, men me my at New River, and on Bis-
road commissioners shall lay out a 9.99 inches. presence.this 6th day(December,A.D.1886.
of roads who did it should be fired from office H. P.HARD I:"P. cayne Bay.
system state designated as
summarily. They may plead that Official in Charge. II I SEAL. [ A. W. GLEA 50NT. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.:
One from Fernandina
follows: by \-T Z* Notary Public.
way of Jacksonville and Tallahassee the law does not forbid their disposing Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,and Send for land l int. 1
I, of the lands of the state at private Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf I acts of directly the the blood and mucous surfaces OFFICES .
U to Pensacola; one from Jacksonville system. Send for testimonials free.
'; to Miami, by way of Titusville; and sale, and it may not. But com-. your blood is impure, thin, diseased, F. J. CHENEY & CO.,Toledo,Ohio. TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.
mon honesty,ordinary decency,fidel- hot or full of humors, if you hate blood
from Jacksonville to Tampa byway
one carbuncles
aoiaon cancer eating sores,
all forbid it withan
.y of '''Palatka, Sanford and Or- ity to the people, orrofnla, eceema, itching, risings and

lando, with a branch loop at or near emphasis that no honorable man bumps, scabby, pimply skin, bone pain,
resist. catarrh rheumatism, or any blood or
Green Cove Springs, byt way of can skin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm
Starke, Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg, When state lands are sold to indi- (B. B. B.) Soon all sores heal, aches Why is it that the
viduals without publicity, bid or and pains stop and the blood is made
Brooksville and Dade City, connect-
check at prices far below their real pure and rich. Druggists or by express
ing with the Tampa road at or near $1 per large Itottle. Sample free by writing -
Lakeland worth, and then are speedily resold Blood Balm (o., Atlanta, Ga. B B.
Plant City and from to
by the buyers at a great profit, as is B. is especially advised for chronic, deep- Ludwig'Pian f:
;; Fort Myers by way of Bartow, Arcadia seated cases, as it cures after all else tails.
directly alleged to be the case, no I +
; 'and Punta Gorda.
'J Sec. 6. Said board of' state road farther evidence of graft is necessary JAMES C. SPELL a
to convict the perpetrators in the
commissioners shall lay out lateral
roads highways with public opinion. There may be no Physician and Surgeon'Phone 0
connecting or
, law against it, but the criminals 17TITUSVILLE
the main roads:: or highways provided
should none the less be lashed by pub-
in section 5, beginning at the county FLA.
lic exposure and the scorn of all hon-
site of each county of said state, and
; est men. is preferred by those who are admittedlythe
to extend to the main line of said Spend a Pleasant

t.: system in such direction and to such A Significant Prayer alftiour best judges of tone? The answer is

point as the board of county commis- .'Iay the Lord help you make Buck-
( leu's .\rnit"3 salve known to all." writes It is because who has
of such desig- easy. everyone
sioners county may
:. G. Jenkins( Chapel Hill, X C. It
nate. Said lateral highways to be quickly took the pain out of a felon for
: played the Ludwig knows that in it
and cured it in-a wonderfully short
constructed on the same plan and un- me
B. earth for hums
time. st on sores
... der the same specification and with is embodied artistic qualitythatit
; and wonn i the same material as the main lines -,---- t
:.'. are constructed. meets every demand of the expert re- i

5;: Sec. 7. The said board of state quired for the truest interpretation of i
- road commissioners is hereby vested
': with power to take lands of any per- WALL PAPER samples at your music---that it possesses that indescribable r
own borne-sitting comfortably hi year :
: son or persons by gift, purchase or will save the dyspeptic from many easy chair! Yon can male a better(election ,
'- condemnation in the name of the days of misery,and enable him to eat the way than by ranaacUng tb..tores. delicate charm which is diffi-
whatever he wishes. They prevent Y.. Me tie whole liaw the very latest
state for the roads mentioned in see- icn.-th. loveliest tints and richest cult to analyze, but which is designatedby
tions 5 and 6 of this act, in the same SICK HEADACHE, color effects including imported patterna.Everything .
r law cause the food to assimilate and nourish good in wall papers in the musicians who that '
,manner as is now provided by the body, give keen appetite Bosch line. some appreciate
.. commissioners to takeor It.. economy, too-yoa ret th. lowest
.: for condemn the county lands for road purposes.Sec. DEVELOP FLESHand New York Will-call Chicaro with pncea.Bosch Samples it can correctly protray every varying ;
any hour you name. Look
.. f .8. The entire revenue derived coated.solid muscle.- Elegantly sugar them-ovur not the to least your obligation heart's content to- I emotion, as the "sour' of the Ludwig.

: from the hire of the state convicts, Take No Substitute. buy. It'. our was of advertising I
tie Boacfc Wall Pape s
after all necessary expenses have !

',..' been paid, shall be deposited with EAST COAST MEAT MARKET V. W. ELDREDThe Sold by
:: e the state treasurer and be designated
G.F.DUKE,Agent, to-Date Painter and Decorator I
road fund Up
' and known as the state -
and expended by the board of state Scrimgeour Building Indian River
road commissioners in each county as

contributed by said county under the Music House
law in carrying out the provisions of Y WesternHeats HANDY MOTH PAPERA

this act.
herein provided moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed
Sec. 9. The fund "
under carpets or in the folds of fur and cloth Titusville
in each and every county in Florida ing it drives away moths and worry Twelve

:.'!' through which the main system of, of'all Kinds sheets Six packets in a packet 50 cents carriage irdroggistdoesn't prepaid 10 ha"eit.cents.

i" .. lines provided for in section 5 if this Madlgan Powder Work,Selection 846 -

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? _;?;ITEMS; OF MS : BEST FOR THEBOWELS Beard Tallahassee Resolution on Wednesday Defeated.At tna

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LF l ''f ; B FAIR FLORIDA to amend the Constitution ot
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It yon daren'ta regular,healthy increment tie the State, which had as its ultimate NEW PERFECTION -

"- t>;>(.:' :flat Is Being pone Towards the Dsfelopment Violent boweuerery opsu.ud phjiie day orpn1po/souI.dangerou.,tw you're well.IB Force or will,in be.the KepyoarjoweU shape. Thesmoothest of object teenth the and nullification Fifteenth Amendments of the Four of ..

: < : ,eatieat moat perfect way of keepingthe :

o\\ -" : of tie Peninsula bow lc Clear and CANDY clean U to take- the United States. The Senate passed Wick Blue Flame. Oil Cook-Stove -

; ':", the resolution by the required three-
The musicians of Punta Gorda have fifths, but in the House the vote wax

'succeeded In reorganizing the Punta forty-seven against to fourteen in Because it's clean. ;:i..' I

#.z.s Gorda ,brass band.Palatka's favor of the proposed amendment.The Becauseit's econom-'w ..

f' '" new city water works defeat of the measure was due ical.

plant expected. to be put in operation largely to the speech against it by a o .

.In about' three weeks. I Representative MacWilllams, of St. Because it saves -

Johns, who asserted that the amend time.
ItU said that at least $10,000 more
'EM LIKE CANDY ments to the Federal Constitution
will be needed to complete the Gov.erno6 Plaaiant.. Palatable Potent, Tat Good, Do Because it gives best
Good. H.T T Sklen.Weakea or Gripe; 10.IS and which were questioned had been ad-
mansion at Tallahassee. M Mat per box. Write for free sample and book cooking results.
I.tosh..lth. Address 43Startli > judicated by the Supreme Court of the

s The annual meeting of the Florida *Remedy Company Chicago or New York. United States many times. Senator Because its flame

Funeral Directors' Association' is rbe- KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Beard's contention is that these can be regulated
fug held in Jacksonville this week.
+ amendments were never regularly instantly.
a The next annual convention of the
adopted. This phase of their status
Florida Palatka is to have a new and up-to- Because it will not overheat your kitchen.
Knights, ( Columbus of has never been before the Supreme I

be held, in Pensacola in :May, 1908. date theater, with a seating capacityof Court. Because it is better than the coal or wood stove.
eight hundred.AnnounceLlent. i
i A Cnautauqua association with & is J. Senator Beard, it is stated, will be a Because it is the perfected oil stove. (
made Hon.
1 capital of $10,000 has been organized candidate to succeed Senator MalloryIn
1' in will beheld It alter Kehoc, a prominent young For other.reasons see stove at your dealer's,
Lakeland and a Chautauqua the United States Senate, and this
lawyer of, Pensacola, that he will oppose or write our nearest
resolution agency.
.c* there annually. had it been successful.

An. effort Is .being'made to organize representative Congressman at W.Washington B. Lamar from as would have been the foremost plans.. Made in three sizes end fully warranted. t

a portion, of a military company at in his campaign platform.
the Third Congressional District of
= '. White Springs, this portion to be a The action of the House will undoubtedly The cannot be equaled
fesV part of Company H, First Infantry of Florid put a quietus on the ques- 0 amp for 1U bright and ..

Lake CItyTwelve Two-thirds of the business sectionof tion for some time to come. In his A steady light, simple construction -

.firc Newberry, Alachua county, was speech before the House, Representa and absolute safety. Equipped
prisoners in the Citrus with latest
improved burner. Made of brass throughoutand
wiped out by a disastrous fire early the MacWilliams
P to the
: county jail at Inverness, made their appealed beautifully nickeled. An ornament to any room,
.t is esti-
morning. The loss
Thursday members not to allow their
good sense whether library dining-room parlor bedroom. Every
; escape last Tuesday by tearing out ,
an old iron sink,.thus opening a way mated at fully $100,000, with only one- and judgment to be swayed in order lamp warranted. Write to our nearest agency if not at

-. -'.to liberty. third covered by insurance. Among that the State of Florida might be your dealer's.
the destroyed were the Com-
buildings made a political football. STANDARD OIL COMPANY
The first mangoes of the seasonx mercial and the Travelers' Hotels, the (INCORPORATED: )

:! 4: ,have appeared on the market in MiTt Atlantic Coast Line depot filled with V-v

amL, It is said that despite the dry freight and six loaded cars on a siding -

weather there will be a large crop of the postoffice, the Lamb Shoe and Don't Push JJ
Florida East Coast
ti ,. this delicious fruit. Clothing Company's big store and RailwayLocal

t: 4 r General William H. Sebring will beJacksonvllle's many smaller stores and shops. The horse can draw the "
Time Card No. 79. In Effect April f, 19 7.
4. next Mayor, his opponent without help, if you l

i -a James D. Burbridge, having an- Key West's Hotel. reduce friction to almost SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.

'. : nounced his withdrawal from the second (Key West Citizen.) nothing by applyingMicaAxI No. 33wo. 291! STATIO\S INo. '8 No. 28
00 Dally Daily Dally
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primary "
Since Mr. Flagler's recent visit 00
C't 6 9 :"\11 L\.Jaet nvil1e.Ar "l25PS IJ iiOAV.
fir: An Atlantic Coast Line carpenter here. it is asserted by those who : 6 Utcal P 2' a: .-. ._. South J.c..uTille..J.11PI. ;, 8 4.U1 )a'3
b 7 3911 10( 4('... ._._ L 61.JAli 1 40Aa'r
c named Henry James was struck by a should know that the Barracks will "0 "l 11 1l! 'A'' ...._.......U..tlnJs_. ..... I 5 6 4.AII: t"4
fast train Gainesville early Sunday used the railroad -Grease _8 C1PiI } 3.JI Lv....._East: th.Lv I 5 F--es.\ 6 Z'JAII
near not be by companyat 4t i = c:: AAe.Q >
8 ::va 12 OU' \r ._ -.1'alatla: 4'- fS (
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morning, sustaining' injuries that present.Mr. C I...'I. 7 U'M 1111..11 Lv....._. ....l'tilatE&--.Ar I 5 3JPMI 6 SlIAJI' 'I19'1wa Z
P are expected to prove fatal. He was McDonald, the constructor of to the wheels. 3 ZF.r-::- _San Mateo........ _Lr 3W-ti1: I b 10Aa r-t"
No other lubri- 0M _3 30M 75Q;* l.v.... ._l"an Mateo_ _A..E! pug 74AII
taken to the A. O. at Way- the large hotels on the East Coast, : :
; 9lIPM 12 :a Lr__.luncue._ '_Ly 4 z.PIIi I b seta h..i.
'=. cross. A pathetic feature of the; accident was here with the party. and it is cant ever made I N r Cfj 91255 12 4tr.., .. _'.._"_ ....Impont._ 416Pa, I 5 25Aa.r ,....
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wears so long 9 4.t1 11T9: h Ormond 3 53'r 4 S.UI \,. .J
a is that James was to have been understood that the site for the hotel Cfj. 10 1f'M' 12Ps, _._ Dartona_ It 3 42PMI: : 4 4ar.,!IIC r-)
andsa.essomuchhorse v3: 10 lava 1 37:11. -..-J'n.t+range_-- 3 nP&. 4 :;aa II ::r
married Sunday afternoon. was agreed on. While it is not power. Next time .p4 4 _10 3-PW 1-.OJ'l .\r.--:. .=New; Smyrna..Lv,-.31SPr...: ; 4 lea 0

= Capt. John W. Butler of Jacksonville definitely known, there Is a firm be- c II' 2bll t 4 2:"'" :t' ._._ L:\.... Helen -tLJ24iftt,6
j try MICA AXLE GREASE. r 10 -I '" 12 '
3l-sI i lira ge City -"'- I 3is J xx ..
I who came here Saturday: mornIng lief that the site is just beyond the Standard 011 Co. .. I'J n.1' 4 4csrl"l 1'--:::: ::"):": 'ltLJ.? t_,... '- I I._::''PII' _Jwr C") ,..

representative of the Under upper Martello tower, on South larorpvrated 110 4-(2e! ... cw my rna.... .1T, 315P'. .J t LY 0 ,....
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:' writers' Agency to endeavor to locate Beach. :: ,11 :' 'y! at:. r-. .._ :: ('_.=::: 1.\1 aauuI110tt
A few days noted that Fuller Cf.) .. :,____ ... _.. rl-
This would be an ideal location and ago we O .jGJoI .1. .rd..r1 ,Lr 1i.:&11,63' a to-" r65a .1004
the missing yacht Rita received a .
a I. _.f''nf.'r.l-\r v
: & Giles, in company with S. A. Robinson 1.-A. : :: f!!!:' 11 tOes
telegram from Melbourne stating that there is ample room for as large a 1.1: 11 :'::9v 3-v: I."_.--Tints\ill _., \r 1:nPM'3.,M ,
Mr. would to had acquired 2,000 acres of choice: 1.4 U J:! .;.!,a II 3 ;.ti'Mj.+ ___l'QCOIL.L.' 1 taw( 2 2'blol (:. rI L-1-'
Flagler .
building .
as care
? the of craft is coming )
wreckage some i-4. IZ 3i&al 3'vs. _r.-.ckl 'fll put up. virgin land in the Eustis section, intended I 06A", "zrJ -};alllalie: \ P:: 4s'e: 1 -1.111 e. '
ashore on the beach near that place. .. .. ..
for garden truck la O"NJ t I:ASi 4 3IoI __Met5ourne: 12as.e I 1r.A1t: U ,.
r r Capt. Butler immediately wired the It is also said that the propose purposes. 1 M..I 51Int:: .". __'eliatinn._ 11 4"VI IZ uses, r \if
hotel addition to this large holding we arc ;?i. .:= 2 ev! 5 :Jm -..--:-ot. Lm.te _._" 10 &Ma Ia GA
terminal station has
information to Jacksonville and was over the 3 0 lIt!; 61:'ss "_Fort Nnce._ N "i ,;at! 11 ;;" .11"Z
informed that James L. Giles has o c.. h ... ....__ ._.__. "
teen abandoned for the time.It purchased it :: "': /t-'r: TibMlls IO /ya' 11 .
.; ,1' Melbourne and give the wreckage ;:: Ca 3v6iPd: ", Jolen: _...._. .. JI rltw 11 IoI ('D
careful examination.Miami Metropo is not probable, however, that 550 acres of the famous Sanford cJ: :; :, y: 6 ;.a-!(; .. ___.1eD-'D_.__. !110 t. Ii!, 11 tscu' 0 It
hammock. right in the celery belt c: -4 ae :x .6 "PM ----.- :"IUlut. __...._ "' l0 ttnr;! 10 sir <
lis. work will commence before October. .4 rJJ .j .I I :M ..4 :: __.I : ouait, --"._ : 9 i'A" 1" :w <:
and that it is his .. O'"j' _._ : ;
to hel 4 15t.I
purpose ? --- r 9 -.11I. le-
because of the inability to induce ; "f.. IUl. .. : rJJ
A terrible accident occurred at Dun i-J is 5 tv: S 1 ,s --t. :.r I l>each....... s iu' 9."I-r
lAt skilled laborers to come South at this along in the good cause of dividing it -,- t:.. R p y -- ntsn_..m._. : 5:78': y t.(tRa 0 =
1 nellon Saturday morning at 10:30 those ;. 1' .. ::::.w, b or ;:. -... .- raT_..._. 8 I." 8., F1I
season of the year. That will mean ; up to who want to go into the ::..( '- r: : .:: J : .... ..I'on .1eroal._. : 1 2: .. o 8
o'clock. The packing blew out of the : ::,_ __ ..__ I
.; that will be short hotel growing: of the delectable vegetable l ...t 6 .1" 9 c .. av.nia. 71'A -a:1 CD:) ,
i ammonia at the ice plant and we on accommodations oJ oJ i .1t.1I 9f. __Iitftetttale__w"I 7O'a 7 ::'rIt.
pump ..
rhat brings fortunes to the pockets of "'. """ 7 '-' /1-: -Lemon U17. 6,45 7'r, Fit
but the next will
f the fumes fearfully scalded Mr. John season the faithful. Orlando ..:-t 1ao-4 7 :Av 1\.1" ._.__:-Ilaml-==_:::::I.T;! S :;aII ; 'iI' 4 f rN
End well for. Reporter-Star. o :v tr MtamL tr o
us provided t-1
; Dillard, the superintendent: about the --- to :-: ::::::: Ar;=: : tiomp'tee.1.: ; :::::::;is.==-==. 1; :acsjl
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feet and legs and filled his lungs, from Sore Nipples Not if as Rich as RockefellerIf >allrcxrcptSunday. .

-t,-, which he sustained injuries that mayA A cure may b.' effn-lwl by applying you had all tin- wraith of Rockefeller, ,'" :.:. vat:' !' I I ... 2""
prove fatal. Mr. Dillard is a brother Cha"tl'rhin'I't 3Q iwion si* the child' Mandard: oil magnate; )nil mukl not '.t. A No'lUnit; No.17 No.15 I : I.J.\.CJ[ ily );o.tlo.. ro No.: 1" j;.uA

ii : of Mrs. T. M. Moore, of this city. The i is dose i.ti>mir Wipe it off with a soft buy a better mt-di! ilu- fur hotel mm- '*.".,"ly- Dally E.\un.1: l'j eitr"I Daily5fA'1 I FuR.x. !. ly. I>aiJ.- natty unljrarrt6 tins
roth! lief ire alU>wiii : ;' colored helper was also painfully in- l DianhiH-a If turtlr. The : -.."' "i ItJ-' :*- Mi pa i:AC IA-. .+a. +,I\'II ...._Ar7 ;7"1 -I-_'Iwb 8 .y
trains! nurses use this wilve with! : nr-M eminent :
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+ .. 51 J fit 10'-MA: : .v4ItLv w IbHn.l.ll"Arl; + ?sa L -a.iet 9 lM
jured by the escaping amrror.ia. theU-st I ivstilt.! Prict' 2cvnt: per box. physician i-.tniifif prcscnhen! I tftttrItrtparatioii :'I :: .-:- :!! .:, re .v-: F"V V YO:jt v..Lv-----_.t'a..l; ..JWu"h.At1 2e" ....s 1:: _' 'l i e s'II s 4s...
Ocala Star. -,1,1:; | by all druggist.and innlicine dealers for n>iir awl di. rrh.,.-.., iwttli I-j.; : ;: I i-; > .AUf"4 I :, 0.arbtv: tot: .- Ia Sap
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fur children and a,luhs: The uniformMKCWS i' : C + ;} ;;; 'I'.or--. =:; i.. + ;r _; put at91qFi

1''i'A special dispatch from Savannah of this ha- shoal it to tie -
i sluAt'! i D) OCCl&MAL! STEAMSBIP' C6XMCIiOiNS: AT lUll.
sujH-rior to nil otlit It
t says that the stockholders of the Savannah A Sad Death i. never fail.zwl

:. ) j' and Southwestern Railroad when n-diutnl uitli water :11111l'l'icn.l
;- George Stevens, a well-known member if {ileasnnt tak!". Kv: ry family Close Cll: c'JoD Made at Henl! wHrtwmshfpj[ of the P. & 0. S. S. c. easy.

Company completed organization by of the carpenters' union and fore- I-lJl'plit..1 j s its it. Sold by all drug gists KEYVEST
,. the election of the following officers: I\lItllIIH.iidll U-aers.! .

; President! Harvey Grander; ; vice-pres man at the Macey wagon shops, was. ----
?*, Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers.Thce .
1 i' I ident, J. A. Carlton; treasurer. E. M. superintending the work being done Joe Stanley and M. C. Smith two ---- -,. _. -- .
white men, have been arrested at Pen- Ti-> Table..howthetitne-tuIt' ':-'j' ..\" ... :. .1 to arrive
! : < at and
. Frank; secretary, E. C. Purse Jr.; by a circular saw. in the shop on Saturday < \ <: : ::: -tali, :.., l.r.t tltfir.--! : .; : ,- .i if not iiaraiuee4 del rt
sncola charged with the .. .. ..
murder of -i t: Ihl 'n' tt'h..J: r. .
when y ; 't'Sart.lnltlhtr.
directors, F. C. Battey, J. J. McDon- by some means the end ..

. I t ougli, D. Y. Danny J. W. Quincy an.l of the plank flew up and violently the Ackerman family, at Milton, In -For Copy of the LOCAL "r.\H: (..\I.; .) cr Othc-; Information

3 others. The road is organized to be struck him in the .abdomen knocking Santa Rosa County about a year ago.
him The family l consisted of other, mother "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.:
built from Savannah to St. Andrews prostrate. He was taken at once
and seven children, whose, charred J. I;. RA! M.R, Asst. Cicn'l Pass. Agent ST. AUGUSTINE: FLA.
Bay on the Gulf of Mexico, a distance to the house of Mr. C. E. Felter where

of four hundred miles. medical aid was given him and it was bodies were found in their burned

' thought there was nothing in the in home. An investigation showed tiu t c
' General Manager Odel. of the Georgia
i Florida and Alabama Railway jury itself to prevent recovery: but several of the older members of lit,. QUEEN OF SEA ROUTES.rIerchants

e'{, would have been a visitor to Quiacy the nervous btrain was too much for family, particularly the father and!
mother and oldest son. had been struck .
the man and he died Sunday morning.It .
.r'l} last Saturday but for a pip. Hon. Earl
is over the head and their skulls crushed.!
Donalson left Havana for Quincy about a particularly sad case as he

l ; 10 o'clock Saturday morning on a railroad leaves a wife and several children Large rewards have been offered forthe & Miners r
t' motor car. About two miles this who were dependent upon him for capture of the murderers but it Steamship

was only recently that informationwas
t side of Havana, at a public road crossing support.-Orlando ReporterStar.If -BETWEEN--
received which led to the arrestof
: a pig attempted to cross the trac'cin
i You Don't Stanley and Smith.
: front of the rapidly moving car. -.--- - SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct
", Succeed the first time!'.. litrhineanti- .
There was a collision. The pig is A Hard Debt to Pay"I
yon will get instant rt-Iit-f. The creatett
'" dead. :Mr. Odel was thrown about :20! live regulator.; A positive cure for constipation owe a debt of gratitude thatan Connections for

t feet in the air, falling on the end of dyspepsia, malaria chills and iipver be paid otf" wiite* (i. S. ('lark, of

L a crosstie, splitting open his chin and all liver complaints.! Mr. Cof Emory l1'e his breast. Texas, writes: "My wife has been using death by I>r. Kiiia! New Discovery.Ioth ,
making an ugly bruise in Heroine for herself and hildren for five lungs wre w) seriously affe>ted l that

Mr. Donalson landed in a sand bank years. It is a sure cure for constipation death! wemed imminent, when I cr>mmenced -

' ; and escaped injury. The car was and malaria fever, which substantial: taking New I>i.s-overy. The ominous Thro1l;li tickets cm sale at principal pnintS.teeontniotlations
what it has done for dry. barking cough quit before the
thrown from the track and almost by my family. mill cuisine anttrpasetla! !
Sold by lied Cross Pharmacy.C.A.BTORIb.. first bottle was used, and two more bottles FOR BOOKLET.
wrecked. Mers. Odel and Donalsonwere "
made a complete t re. Nothing;

picked up by the east-bound passenger : ha ever equaled New DiM-overy for

f the former going on to Bainbridge Sear,tie Ito KaO Its lar: h7ari Ec tt coughs colds and all throat and hID! II. C. VERY, Coni'I Agent, Jacksonville.
complaints. Guaranteed fov Red Cross
i and the latter returning to SiguturefJ Pharmacy. oOc. and $1.00. Trial bottle J. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. & T.M., W. P. TURNER, P. T. M'

1 Quincy at 3 p. m.-Quincy Times. free. GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, MD. *


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F'. ;>ass'iSfViZS '- :i-3 FRIDAY; MAY 24, 1907 THE FLORIDA STAR 7 i
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::VW'erWork Weakens / Waters of CaloosahAtchee Analyzed I

M.7.:: r.:(w -'-K ''' Edison, the famous Inventor, had I MISCELLANEOUS t I
.<1fi ,.. Your J'
< ; "" 't Kidneys. the water of the Calobsahatchee river i
fttL I
i -';' Kidneys Make 'Impure Blood. :and of deep and shallow wells at Fort Corey-Gilman' Wedding. ,

..: ": '! .- I Myers analyzed, during his recent, Shortly after midnight or early onthe'morning

_ .' Fr''tfi.k AB the blood In your body passes through brief residence in that city. One result of the-14th. so as to avoid
4 r_ kidneys once three the "unlucky 13th." William E. Coreywas
g your every minutes. was to show that the mineral sa'ts
"- .: The kidneys married to his actress bride. Ma-
a are
;. your in the artesian water there far
.; so kThe
j blood purifiers< they filter belle Oilman in the Hotel Gotham.

,: .''....: .r out the waste or from being injurious to vegetation, New York, the ceremony being 'performed -

: .j>,..- If they are siclthe'blood. were really, some of them, fertilizers. by the Rev. J. L- Clark of the

"' or out The artesian water from deep wells, Bushwick avenue church of Brooklyn. \ \. \, .
; t" of order,they fail to do
4 sL. I their work. for Instance, contains potash to a :: The ceremony was preceded bride's by a ban- ,Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been ,
1f Pains aches andrheu- valuable degree, In addition to plentyof quet attended by the family
vz in for 30
use has borne
i }- and some of the .Corey family others over years, th signature of .a _.
matism come from -
i ,,,, lime and hYdrated silica. Of course
and has been made under his rt
of uric acid in the refusing to have anything to do with personal -
J' blood these chemical constituents are not after the since its .
due to neglected the wedding. Immediately supervision infancy. ;
: 't kidney trouble. only soluble but already dissolved. In -L
a knot was tied the couple went aboardan Allow no one deceive you in this.

'= ,r' Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady' consequence of thi- proof many more ocean liner which sailed that day All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but ,
t J?; heart beats, and makes feel 3' they had heart trouble, because one the as heart though is wells are being put down in Lee for Europe. They are_ to pass their Experiments thai trifle with and endanger the health of "; ; 1.

'S ', county for Irrigating The honeymoon in a French castle the Infants t
over-working ,in pumping thick kidney1t' purposes. and Children-Experience against Experiment. t; t
poisoned blood bride's gift from Corey. Minister Clark ,. .
through veins and arteries. analyses were made in Mr. Edison's'laboratory -:
l!, It used to be considered that has been fiercely criticized for marrying -.
,, only urinary at Orange N. J., by his own
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys the*divorced millionaire and is ac- What is CASTORIA .... .
flt. but now modern science proves that nearly assistants. Thus he has conferred an- cused of having taken a very large fee.

all constitutional diseases have their other benefit on that section.-Times-
beginning lie
denied that it was as much as
: -t In kidney trouble. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, -
: '" Union. $1.000 and offered to resign if his con-
i i e If you are sick you can make no mistake defendedhis Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It .
'. 'gregatipn should wish but
11 by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
\ Jp: and the Peonage Case In Federal CourtIn course on the ground of defending
extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
F substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms '.
+ < Swamp-Root, the morality, saying it was a love match.Dr. ..
great kidney remedy is the Howden peonage case In Federal
) soon realized. It stands the highest for its Clark later made a formal writ and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Court at Tampa, the defendan .
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases ten apology to the church trustees, say- Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and is sold its -"" was fined $3,000 and his superintendent that he bad done to and .
on merits ing a great wrong Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the ,
I,is- ,. by all druggists in fifty- Benson, $1,000. Judge Locke declared his office and to his church. lIe added Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. t

r J.; cent and You one-dollar have azt that it was his belief that that he had returned the fee which waspiven The- Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

es. may a neither of the defendants had any Intention him and explained that his error
-S sample bottle by mail Home of swwp. coy. with evil intent and that if it '
: free, also pamphlet telling you how to find to break the laws of Florida was not would that GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS -
condoned he
-: ? out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. and that if he followed his personal were promise .
t Mention this Kilmer his future uses of his office should be
Dr. c
paper writing sympathies he would be inable to im- '
: : iE.. ,; & Co., Binghamton N. Y. within the principles and practices of Bears the Signature of '.
< pose the punishment which he felt his denomination. The church com- ,
I ; Don't make any mistake but remember was demanded in order to prevent the mittee accepted- this Interpretation or -
''the name. Swamp-root. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp.I .
Boot and the address,. Bioghampton X. Yn repetition of such offenses. He stated the minister's act as being without JI# A- #

I i on every bottle. that nearly every employer In the evil Intent and decided to take no fur- .

State is ignorant of the law, and thata ther action sharing with him "the humiliation :
and chagrin." # ,
A Cowardly Assassination. campaign of education should be be-

Another of those deliberate, cowardly gun. The defendant, F. I. Howden Submarine Safety Device.
The Octopus and Lake made new records The Kind You Have Always BoughtIn
and horrible assassinations that are was, until a short time ago, general
when their crews staid under the
all too frequent In Florida is reported nfanager of the Prairie Pebble Phosphate hours. As the
waves for twenty-four
: .4 : from Newberry Gainesville. Benson Use For 30 Years. .
near Company. was superintendent boats came to the surface the men Over

r Graham Long, a farmer, was of fertilizer plant at Inglis. of
young a leaped out less fatigued than most 'The CCimull COBMHV. n MUHHAV STRUT. Wtw VOM CIT&

' shot and instantly killed by Samuel and the charges of peonage were not the anxious watchers and wearing ,.--t
r Sapp, a brother-in-law. The occurrence brought against him until two months fresh flowers in their coat lapels to

::: '.= is told by the Gainesville Sun as after he had severed his connectionwith show that they had not suffered for
want of pure air. The Octopus consumed -
follows: that concern and rtarted on a ,
only one forty-fifth of her air
: married sister of trip North.
"Young Long a
apply, showing that she could have

Sapp, about five years ago at which remained under ',water forty-five days

time, it is said, the event created the Another Yacht Wrecked. with sufficient supply of fuel and food. i OBaTILEs

Y' displeasure of the Sapp family, who Still another wreck has been addedto The record of the Lake was substantially I ooa a! _

have never been on too intimate terms= the long list of disasters following the same. FREE 1

with the Longs. crafts sailing from Miami for other New Presbyterian Moderator.

"Long Is a farmer, cultivating a ports during the past few'weeks, says The general assembly of the Presbyterian iUWhiskey'

f Yy' crop about three miles from New- the Miami Metropolis.: The Metropolis church in session at Columbus,
Dr. William II. Roberts of
berry. Late Friday afternoon, as is has already told of the wrecking of 0, LSD f
Philadelphia as moderator, and amovement
was driving to his home In a buggy, the Adeline, John Daggett, Rita and is on foot to make this office I 1M1 6 Full Quarts nc

accompanied 'by his brother, Levy Attaquin, and ,now comes the report the actual bead of the Presbyterian ForQft ,

Long, who was the only eye witness that the little steamer Cynthia, bound churches in the United States, with an 1t\t\ Carolina Whiskey Mf V 3 v

outside of the principals, it is stated from :Miami to New York, is on the administrative council and power to j ,

that Sapp lay in waiting by the side bead between Pablo and St. Augus- act between assemblies.; Dr. Roberts t +, < Carolina Whiskey will fire excellent satisfaction. It is a well aged I
I article and in our estimation far superior to the decoctions and mix-
of the road behind a big tree, and tine, a wreck. has been for years the stated clerk of II 'S II llj tares BOld by irresponsible nail order whiskey houses at $1-00 to J3.50:
the assembly. I per gallon. We make a special price on CAROLINA WHISKEY to show
when the buggy was opposite stepped This information was received here I I I that we are not afraid of any kind of competition Our plants cover fourteen -
Friday afternoon. The Cynthia, 't uroki Reaches New York. acres making US the largest mail order whiskey house in the world.
out and commanded the men to halt

with the information that he proposed will be remembered, was brought here After having the been continent lionized received all the I 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE. .
last fall to take between Miami way across Send: as $..95 and we
kill them. At the same time be up a run +-
with exceptional honors by the presi- wHI ship you by express 6 fun quarts of Carolina Whiskey and we
leveled a double-barreled gun and and intermediate points to Key dent and having taken I I I will Include in same box,complimentary a sample bottle of each, I '
at Washington
"Zulieka: Gold Band" and Casper's 12 Year Old White Corn.
j pulled the trigger. The gun was West, but after getting here the project part in the great naval and military

'loaded with buckshot and the con was abandoned. The Cynthia review at the Jamestown expositionto 1 I ) SPECIAL NOTICE! We deliver the above express prepaid anywhere tin
remained here until about two weeks celebrate the :North Carolina Virginia and West Virginia but customers living
tents of the first barrel '' in other states reached by Adams or Southern Express Companies,
Graham Long's neck, which would !,: ago when the crew started to take I' 'landing of Cap- must remit SOc extra. Buyers east of Mississippi River residing on
tain John Smith I some other express lines must send $3.95 for the 6 quarts and 3 sample
have produced instant death. The her back to New York, she having undergone bottles and we will prepay express. Kemit cash with order and address:
II 1" E General Baron
victim fell from the buggy, and as he repairs in the meantime. s Kuroki, the hero !li THE CASPER CO., Inc., RoanoKe. Va.
i (lb*WiiOMJiilvB,,.C.) Ovum of If.S.Krg1 did, a second load took effect in his Nothing had becn heard of her. since of the Yalu and $ All .......Id Bwiv coder ....rrvs.M. of r. S. {>tko.... .. x : side departing until Friday when a reportwas LInoyang bat- I 5ifhm rare Fund .... Drag Lw.

received that she is wreck : ties and of
i r "In the meantime Levy Long had a on i one
the beach few miles so-th of Pablo.
left the buggy, and was using the a

vehicle as a breastwork. He saw Sapp The crew is said to have escaped. fa-t. :

deliberately "break" his gun and reload ; I The Cynthia was a little steamer :D! '" tf r..
.' York May 15;
5; the piece, when he fired a third twenty-one gross tons, 52.1 feet in 'iJ. and next day .,

yr shot into the helpless victim, then length: 12.C feet beam, 4.S feet draft: : 'Jif" !' was Inspecting A' nl'\oa% is a Wj1J\ ..

stretched upon the ground. This load and was built in Seabrook. Conn. in I 1-/t West Point mill f ,

penetrated the arm of Graham Long. 1900. She registered at New Haven tary academy I dangerous malady Cf L i.a

Conn. Her captain and crew were not He and his par- ff"C 2ST l'thL
when Levy, i ii
then ,
known. Genera* Kurort jy were greeted t' bu1you aon needT: T ST .,
.. \ realizing the danger, began to run. enthtiIa. ..tically l>y the Japanese resid M }y w/
While retreating, the witness stated He Fought at GettysburgDavid << .*nts of the metropolis, and the visitor 3 a sock aroundA*\ 1'

that Sapp discharged the other barrel were much impressed with the iscsr .

directly at him, but the shots went Parker, of Fayette, N. 1'.. who lofty sky Hue of masonry and steel 'I r n6CK'to cure I trL., J
foot at writes "Elt' ". ) 1! t
uninjured. lost a Gettysburg, : ( Baron uzawa. one of the party decorated
S wild and he was tnc Hitter have done me more good. Dr. I/MI I* Kl" i':rh. editor of the r 1
J "With all haste Levy Long proceeded than any medicine I ever took For reveralyears !, InlasI"' :' 014r
with the order of the
Chri-itian HfiuM. :
:. to Newberry where he Informed I hall stomach: trouble ant) paid -R 'De" ( ..J. .. f ,
& : for his effort in raisinsfnnJ ; ) ;:.o.. A 5. '- =) t
:: the authorities of the tragedy.I out much money for medicine t<> littlepnrpoe | -"* for the Japanese famine suffer /i '.nt" ....,.f_.: f. ,.....: 'f /
J' until i began takinEIt'Ctric/. r / .' :< -' ,- :- .
rc I
T. Henderson impaneled l order of the mikado. Two of
Justice E. by "
I .,; Hitters. I would not take ji-VX) for what ers. / .e" +
-; { coroner's jury and returned with the they have dore firm ." Uraml tonic the Japmr warships followed Knro If'i'. \ 9 /
y. -' After the and for female weaknesses ki's to New York. .. ..
: -- ,. man to the scene of the tragedy. for aged pirty &* '1'' .
f taking the Great alterative and body builder sure Killed In Wreck.A -,, -... .-r- ,.p /'
remains and Shriners ,
4! viewing the for lame hack and weak kidneys. fMtlKSiE. :'..;,-,: ;: : <
i cure
c: testimony of the only witness, the jury Guarantee) by lied Crs Pharmac)'. ;oOe. S I. p: returned a verdict to the effect that train on which a party of Mystic: I 11'! "_.''-sO' ',', .t'_",,w,. f;.-'.,:;"::0 ,. :" :-:.t.-:.:.h'1." ._ ::.....
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'! to his death from gun For Over Sixty Years Shriuers were returning from their can; ". .. 'r'-"' l4.i:. ,. I ..4'catratu: : '. r-' .',. 1'-, ..._
. ,5" deceased came veutiou at Lo Angeles near: Santa .. .. .
at the hands of Sam Mrs. nslow Soothing. ha r'"i _.n- c--
? shot wounds / Syrup tiara. Cal: .. and not less than tbirt --t'e L .. C s "" '
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f- been ui't>.! for over sixty years by 'million killed. : G v: oia._ :.,_.:> u- ..VIMSGAVE ,
1 ',' Sapp. ? of mothers' for their children while teeth persons were almost Instantly {.; .....v..tJ. ; o.ho, 4mJ
I- }:- "Immediately after the tragedySapp i Ins, with perfect success. It soothe the while many others were Injured .\ :!"r /:: 'D AU. P.'U:.; ,,

t. ,<_ made his escape, and has not child, softens the pim, allays! ail pain, special invest jury held the railroad ----. -.

' yet been captured. I cures wind colic, and is the bes-t remedyfor i company responsible for the fatalities.Princeton's IN ?7,,.. : :; +:
: diarrhoea. It will relieve! the t.o"r
'' "Both parties are comparativelyyoung littlesntt'rrt-r immediately. !Soldbydra-| Big Gift. nf'nrr [;:' rr U' :!1. v-:i\.-: "I i.wee used Ballard's

.: men, and are well known cist in of the world. Twentyfive It was announced that Princeton iiui ;i SaoLnhIn". fr j::":n-- '.;-!:).. 1'cri-f"d aid Sore I'isatSS'Jc2 I
the West End, where they cents every a Iwttle. Be sine and ask for versity bad rt't.'l'igifts of $1. :).fM T7h;'''i! -lPOV"'pU r ;ic" go' : ;' in'taiit;. 1 !L' .P. art:"
1 a"; ; throughout I "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and from i>ersons not named and that tilt t ti I ; ;l. bc!n!r "h? !v---r jj-sM'-Tt I have ever used in curing

were reared. t'Jkf"1o other kiml. iGnaranfeeil under nwney would be used to uill; two .. !:::; :d irusi Xfjrali:7:!, tc.'s .

< --- '- the food and V/W, ** z.0Oa. '

"j' Appendicitis I Serial number lOiK.CASTOR. Special Delivery Easy. ,
to abuse!
.- Is tIne in a large measure The postmaster general, pursuant tact
the bowels, by employing drastic purgatives Ballard Sno ff Liniment Co.
has ordered all postmasters -
'. To avoid all banger use only I>r.King's of congress, i ;
\1. :" New Life Pill, the safe, gentle : IA to receive for special deliveryall 500.302 North Second streci, 4
Cleansers and invigorators dnarantee.1 letters on which the extra 10 cents

;:: to cure headache, biliousness, malaria. For Infants and Children. in any kind of stamps has been placed ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.\ !
I and jaundice, at Ke.1 Cross Pharmacy Sac.Signatu provided the words "special deli\"eIY"
The Kind You Have
., _*. Always BoughtBears are written or printed on the envelopethis .

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AlrtayS Bight theSignature // Sold and Reccrnniended by
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j iX1J '" : FRANK UPP Practical Shoemaker. Forty GEORGIANAThe J.uIESPBITCHABD President. W.M.BROWSQiee-President. "-1 1Indian
%:' .*. Fears experience;; all kind of repairing WINSTON S.
7t.ii. ,-;; :done,nice and cheap;also ladies'and men's northeast winds are bringing

.1 "$1 ; : ahoy made to order. down the "skeets" from the salt For thechildren River r sfate Bank .1'.1'COUN''Y '

i LATEST COUNTY marshes no Canaveral way,and there Yl

:( w are many wails of protest for we l

.. -;. tI.i3'- have been free from them so long 0>
: DE'POSITORAuthorized :
: NEWS NOTES that have to used to them all
; we get
.: .;; Capital, $100,000; Paid-np Capital, $25,000; Average Deposits,1200,000
over again. TRANSACTS A

.,: :r !' '! Little Happenings That, Help to Make I The family of Mr. W. P. Clement To succeed these days you

: I left Tuesday for their home in New must have plenty of grit, courage GENERAL BANKING BUSINESSLARGEST
r/ Up the Weekly leispaper
i York city. They will be missed very strength. How is it with

; COCOA II much, especially by the old settlers, the children? Are they thin, AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER

q and Miss Catherine will be missed delicate? Do not forget
e ': 'Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hall,of Titus- Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated.
i from the bathers for she
} y 'vine, visited Mr. and Mrs.. J.M.Sanders .I among Ayer's Sarsaparilla. You -- Prompt service polite treatment and every favor consistent
1 could swim well and the merriestof
this week. was know it makes the blood pure with conservative banking grantedCORRESPONDENTS
I. the She will be missed
: group. the :
and rich, and builds up
Mrs. M. Wallace and son George ,
brought Mrs. Mitchell and the child- everywhere. general health in every way.' Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, New York City;The Atlantic National Bankof
t Mrs. Lou Walker came on Tuesday's Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida
up Bond bea1th
.1 ren home on Saturday from a visit to The,. ,.MiiHwn h..wt-U rannotposiiMT aro N prnprreauliti..a." bare : I.*
n ttM
$ r
boat and with her .
stayed over rit iOn,f.n 'r*ri- b, gD IIRnwlllt:atiredueea TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.E. .
Indianola.The ewted.
I parents until Thursday. ot AJCI nu.AJI getable.iug ,

The young people gave Mr. and f.-C.Ater '-o..tow tt.Kan.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Simmons and
;= T Mrs. C. H. Hibbs, of Rockledge, a A. B. Carter were in Cocoa Tuesday. I. Ai.o maaut.otu.rera, ILiGOR.of. L. BRADY & BRO.,

surprise on Saturday night, it beingMr.IDbbs' i iersden AGUE CURE
Miss Ruth Allen and Cora Munson C3E2RT PECTORAL.
A :. birthday. Groceries Grain and all Food Products.We
spent Saturday in Cocoa, missed the We bir,ro ee __tS .-.pablielt>> Hay, .
Paterson have purchased ..
Johnson &
boat> and were obliged. to return on .. the hrJlI'cs---of =0111' medirtne. handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusivelyIn 'i'.
the corner lot and building recently the above lines of goods.and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write ns for prices on
the train. Gaiund all Groceries,delivered at your station. E. L.BRADY&BBO,Trrcsnux Fu.
owned by C. Orser.
: -4 Brother Hawk and Fritz came up will light his house with electric t
*& Messrs. Fred and Theo. Travis, C.
in their launch on Saturday and returned lights in the future.
a a. R. Tartar, Geo. White and several S. N""ORTON"9
f at Monday a. m. On TuesdayBro. The sharpie Lizzie took a party t;
k others are enjoying an outing Hawk left for Lyndon Ky. Hay Grain, Fruit and t
over to the beach on Sunday last. and Groceries ,
1 Oceanus.Mr. Staple Fancy ,
Produce of all Kinds
where he will deliver the baccalaureate Misses., Hopkins, Barnes, Bessie ;
and Mrs. R. S. S. Grant, of
I for the K. M. I's.
sermon Hodgson and others were in the party VEGETABLES 'A SPECIALTY; ,
Indianola leave this week for a visit
A. B. Carter is finishing a packing -Mrs.G. W. Hopkins acting as chap- '
to Mr.Grant's old home in Scotland. Titusville: I : F1or1cla.
house for Mrs. Pierce. eron.

The Episcopal church has just received Misses Hattie Baine and Emma
r=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=J=r=Jr=J r =:rrr rr-r=rr-rr-I
I V a coat of paint. Mr. W. H. Robinson left this week for their OAK HILL

5; S: Cresson, who is an earnest worker in home in Kenosha. They have accomplished Mr. John J. Arnau, of Jacksonville TITUSVILLE BOAT CO.

T the interests of the church, is seeing a good deal this winter has rented Mr. L. H. Barker's

the work through. and next year hope to have a cosy house for the summer and his family Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers

Mr.-Fred Fisher has had a concrete home on their lot. arrived Tuesday.Mr. .
:Marine: ::
5 ice house built onto the Johnson & Walter Linderbury, who has been V. H. McCarter and family, : RailwayLaunches

Paterson store building, where he spending a couple of weeks on the I from near Jacksonville, have rented carefully stored for the summer monthsr

f will store ice. The house has a caL river with his parents and sister returned the Montgomery cottage.
=Jr=Jr=ir=lr=J=rr-rrrrt--r-rrrt =,J r-r=2-222 7
: pacity of three carloads of ice. to New York this week,
; Our agent, Mr. Lloyd Vrooman,
r' fir. ., The railroad company is lengthen F. W. Munson finished 'shipping broke his arm Saturday by a fall,

sy, t : ing the spur in front of the East oranges and grapefruit on Tuesday. and Dr. Bouchelle was called to set Jas. Pritchard & Son .

; 't Coast Lumber & Supply Co's yard so Prices have been fine, even culls
= the bone. Mr. Vrooman's father Titusville, Fla.
\ that lumber can be handled onto the bringing good returns at nearby came with the doctor and remainedtill 1111 I the

cars more conveniently. markets. Sunday. Mr. Elton Hall, of Se- f 1 T1c.M
x Rev. W. F. Allen held services in Mrs. Geiger, son and.three daugh- bastian, is acting as agent till Mr. Original AI4

k the Methodist church last Sunday ters, of Lotus, attended church here Vrooman's arm heals.
'' and evening. Sunday night.
Mr. W. C. Howes was in Tallahassee S

r Mr. W*E. Booth has purchased a Rev. and Mrs. White were ill and several days last week. .7 Thoroughly covered by patents
unable to be out at the morning The Engine that Runs Without Repairs
service -
horse for use in his concrete building Mrs. J. H. Vrooman visited her
: block business.Miss Sunday. son last week, and Monday returnedto These motors are safe aud reliable and

Grace Hardee had several Mrs. Hervy Bower and baby were Coronado, taking him and his fam- ran be operated by alcohol or kerosene

young ladies'out in the automobile in town this week. ily with her, that he might be near with as good results as busing gasoline

.r }k on Tuesday. Miss Grace handles the Mrs. Provost and baby went to Cocoa Dr. Bouchelle.Miss .

machine well. Saturday.Mrs. Brooks Curry and the Misses
4 r Messrs. Smelt & Miller, who have A. A. Baldwin and daughter May Howes and Annie Bell Williamswill

occupied Lemmert's jewelry store Nina were shopping in Cocoa Tues- return from DeLand next week
this winter left Wednesday for their and also Miss Gertrude and
home in Baltimore. These young Mr. Harold Coutant from Winter
Wittfeld returned from
t Mary
buy as low as po ible and*-el! for cash; therefore K-H the cheapest.Look .
} ;I men have made many friends during Palm Beach Saturday. She reportsa Park. over our tock and get: onr prices before bUYing.

.r t their stay. very pleasant time. Mr. Percy M. Peteel has gone to Corner Alain and Hopkins Greets

,. j Mr. Asa Chancey's house is rapidly bring his saw mill, which will be located G. :B:. :23C3i-: TEl cfc:;? CO.,

: ., advancing and is going to be a very EAU GALLIE near the depot. We hope it TnT:-:.VU.LE, FLORID t

::; pretty residence. Summer weather no rain this will be a mutual benefit to Mr. Peteel

.,., I Mr. F. D. Casey is making a fill on week. and Oak Hill.Announcement. === ===
S G C. Matthams, President T. V. Moore. Secretary
p his river front which he will use to was made last Sun-
t. t. Wedding bells at Bonaventure
r"E.. P. Porcher Crutchfield &. Woolfolk
S store wood for his,wood yard. ly in June. day afternoon by the Rev. H. H. 11 General Agent F. O. B. and in Transit Sales Agents
Mr. T. A. Robinson, of City Point, Jones of the approaching marriageof
Mr. and :Mrs. Hopkins are the latest I
t. was in town on Wednesday. departures. They will spend the Miss Jeannette R. Coutant to Mr Indian River and Lake Worth
55 William L. Howes which \\illtake
r', "' : Two government launches stopped summer in Michigan.Mr. flu

r J .., over at Cocoa on Saturday.. They Pettee's houseboat was towedto place in the church on the evening of

i r : :r were on the way to Miami and Tam- Rockledge this week, after a com- Monday, June 3rd, at 8:30.: Pineapple Growers' Ass'nWe

.. S I pa. plete overhauling on Hodgson's ways. Mr. Fanning, deputy tax assessor, I

'I was in town Wednesday.Mr. are prepared to sell your pines F.O B., in transit,market
; 1 -S INDIANOLAWe ,The:Mystic has been furnished witha J. P. Turner was called to Oak or export. We are your sales agents, not speculators on your II
new propeller by her owner, Capt. q I fruit or buyers wishing to fruit cheaply
,-I are very pleased to report that Hill Sunday to hold inquest get your as as possible.
I. of an over This association is the ers' for
A. the
S Rogero, Georgiana. grow organization, grow-
4 Mr. T. H. Sanders is home again and
the body of H. H. Jones, one of the ers' protection and interest. The grower is safeguarded by
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Paddis-on
I very much improved and is able to returned turpentine hands, who was shot by the standing of its officers and agents. Shipping stencils or

j visit a little, which will cheer him up. to Eau Gallie on Tuesday: last his stepson. The boy was defendinghis u stamps and shipping books furnished by the general agent.

t t 55 Dr. C. H. and Mrs. Hill have returned from a run down the coast in the mother from assault b\ Jones. mill Markets active, ranging from S2.50 for 42s, to 54.00 for 24s, f.

: to their home in Scranton. launch Wynona. -- o. b. Sales just made have netted growers from 52.50 down to

I Mrs.J.F. Mitchell.and family spent Capt. Staples reports the mos- Stop GrumblingIf !ill 52.10 per crate. Indications are that nets, f. o. b. this week'sspment.
will be 52.25.
quitoes on the Banana river as being you Differ from rhnrnitini! or )puns hit 51.90 to
from Saturday until Monday with We need a great many standard cars fill actual orders.
I for B.1Jar.l'slInw I.illiltlt'lit.111 l"rin;':
I more plentiful than during former fit I :
Mrs. Wallace. quick relief It i+ a dire cure for prainsrheumatism rr rTrTt- Tr.Jr r r
seasons. Fortunately their stay is contrailed mINI and i all
Mr. C. H. Peacock, of Philadel-
only temporary. pam"'--and within the reach ot all. Prut -
: phia, has bought Mr. John A. Car- :2"KT 50e, $l.t111 C. I II' Smith. Tenaha 'i f\ 1\ 4'QtiAS: 4g/ f\ RAf1AlM1AAIIARIlI: / /I 1'tf'' /11\ 4f<< (\ 1\ /I 1\ /I << tI /I 4t /I it n
r ter's grove and intends making many Robert Mensel has just received Tex., writes: "I have: u:e\l &.\lla"rIOW urrirrrrrrrrrrrr7rrr rrrlrrrrvrrrrrrrrrrtrrrIrrrThe
his launch, and it is proving roomy *> Lioimeni in m\ family f rear:>! :
improvements. and have found it a fine renifh: for all
and comfortable. There is
.-14 The friends of Mr. Thomas room paws and acne:*. I renjiumeuti; it. fur
j many enough for two, Robert. p.Wis:: in tinrtie t" NjUl by KM TnvsPharmacr. Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.
. t. Mitchell wall be gratified to know he .
Capt. A.0.Frink,of the East Coast :
t 1.- is recovering nicely from his accident -, ,----
at Key West. Turpentine Co.,gave his colored helpan C4Lf3TOr.X1L.
: excursion on the 20th, (Emanci- gear,tle Yaa ftSgutuo Alv 37S Bcit MACHINE SHOPS
t i went in the woods Tuesday
boys : #
pation day.) The Jumbo had over a ct 1-.1---
; 4 for a few days. Gl
. hundred on board and the excursion ri.

;I. Mr. M. Roebling and grandson passed off without accident of any Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'

Arthur have left for their northern kind. Cocoa was the place of meet- ENNIS & FORTTITUSVILLE

'= "l' 1 home in Scranton.
: ) ing.Dr. RSi! -

r t ';. Stomach Troubles Sarah C. Hodgson entertainedin Blacksmithing and Repair Work HARDWARE, PAINTS & OILS,

honor of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hop-
i t Mrs. Sue Martin, an old and respected .-
:': t'f resident of Faisonia, Miss, was lick with kins on Monday eve last at Pinewood Agricultural! Implements
l f' stomach trouble for more than six lodge. Cards were the feature of FLA.
._ months. Chamberlain's Stomach and
'. t Liter Tablets: cured her. She says, "I this enjoyable evening. Wagons made and repaired Horse hoeing SANFORD FLORIDA
, specialty. Work from of Indian
t. now eat anything I want and am a any part ,
, can Alex Near has contracted for a 6- River or anywhere in the county will receive "
r. 1 the proudest woman in the world to find inch well at Melbourne on the our careful attention. We stand the freight

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