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 31, 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:
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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Having consolidated our interests, AND -
a white shoe when worn with I
to the
we are now prepared serve
light summer We want In Erery Department
gowns trade in the most expeditious man-:

i,' Pugent Holes Pertaining} to Events you to see our "Queen Quality" ner. We are strengthening every i MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1907. Something) About the People of Titus-

white pumps. They are cool and line and shall meet all competition. White India lawn 40 inches wide,
Tille Come and
as They
About Toin
Transpiring In addition to our regular line of
k. comfortable. They give a cling- worth 25 cents,Monday only 15 cents,

A cool drink at a cool place at ing, comfortable fit that a Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Millinery, per yard. A cool drink at a cool place at. "
MANDY'S. Hardware, Grains, etc., we have several White nainsook,especially good for MANDY'S. i
delight to every woman wh&has agencies for commodities,whichwe
underwear, worth 20 cents,Monday'sspecial
: Mrs. Harry Wilson has been quite suffered the slipping at the heel handle on a close margin.We 15 cents peryard. Contractor Pass is making good

ill for the past few days.; and the pinching of the instep are agents for the Fairbanks- Figured batiste, in endless varietyof ]headway moving the Daniel cottage.

"* Editor E. D. Oslin, of the Mel- caused by the average pump. We Morse wind mill, than which no bet- patterns, in figures, stripes and Master Rufus Robbins is expected
Abourne Times, was in town Monday ter is made. Get our figures.We polka dots,worth 20 cents for 1212. .home from Rollins college, Winter
also have fashions in
j, many new on hand at all times Wilson -. Park
afternoon. carry Also another lot worth 15 cents, today. S.
"Queen Quality" oxford ties. & Toomer's line of fertilizers,
for 10 cents. .
Those suits, Schloss Bros. make, to which furnish Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown, Master '
by thesiaglesack
At all times a complete stock of: we can Cross-barred muslin, makes excel-
tc' be found only at Branning's, are Jacksonville with Mark, and Miss Louise go through
or ton prices
fine shoes in standard makes for lent shirt waist suits and children'sdresses I Titusville to Miami this afternoon.
"beauties. the freight added. If you have never worth 20 cents, for 15 cents.
Miss Flora Fulton left Monday men, boys, women and children. tried us, give us a chance to demon- Figured lawns especially good for Capt. Jas. Pritchard arrived home

,; for Sanford and returned Wednesday WINSTON S. BRANNING strate that we can and will make it kimonas and house dresses, Monday's from his trip to Georgia and stay at

f evening. Titusville, Florida. to your interest. We are here to special 6 1-2 cents per yard. Austell in that state Tuesday night. '
stay, and fully appreciate the splen- Ladies' black umbrellas made of
: Miss Lena Mendel expects to start Winston Braining is sole agent .
did always received.We .
patronage we the best of ,silk hand-
quality gloria .
for: Queen Quality shoes. A
dressmaking within the next few Visit TitusvilleThe com-
t Bishop Gray to
up can do more-are prepared to
i weeks in Titusville. some variety of handles, worth$2.00, plete stock of the latest cuts at all
again and want to do Get the habitof
.:,- Right Rev. Wm. Crane Gray, special $1.49.Special times.;
Do you want varnish or stains? bishop of South Florida, will spend calling- at the Department- Store. prices in laces and embroid-
} If so. get Masury's. See ad. of East next Sunday in Titusville and hold I JOHN R. WALKER & Co.Titusville Mrs. G. Robbins spent a Dart of

Coast Lumber &Supply Co.on page 4 services in St. Gabriels church morn- Fla. ery.Pongee silk, 36 inches wide worth Monday and Tuesday at Winter Park, -
ing and evening. Morning prayer $1.50 per yard special 98 cents. where her son, Master Rufus Robbins c.
We learn that Mr. L. C. Branning
and sermon at 10:30, evening serviceat Specially low prices in ladies' ready is attending Rollins college. -
E. ''sold his house and lot last week to
Mr. D. G. Monroe instead of to Dr. 7:30. All are cordially invited. LATEST NEWS made skirts. Mr. J. D. Crabb and son Roy, of r .

Daniel. White Persian lawn,34 inches wide, Jacksonville, are spending the week ..... ,
tit New Plan in Fish BusinessMr. fine and sheer, worth 40 cents, Mon- here with Mrs. Crabb, but Mr. Crabb
}s_ Rev. W. F. Allen will hold services AND INCIDENTS day only, 25 cents per yard. expects to return to the metropolisthis

:;\. at Titusville Methodist church next F. S. Terry, of Columbia, Ladies' white oxfords, made of the afternoon.Mr. .
1. Sunday at 11 a?m., and at Cocoa at S. C., who arrived here last week best quality of linen canvas, blucher c
,; 7:30 p. m. has taken the management of the Personal Paragraphs About People that style, wide shoe laces, plain toe, G. L. Mandaville has installeda
.' Eureka Fish for the cool drink stand in the Jewelry
-- Mr. Geo. W. Lanehart and little thirty days and company will pursue a next new Travel Here and There worth ial $1.59.Children's$2.00. per pair, Monday's spec- Store. The stand is neat and clean,

boy passed through Titusville Mon- plan in the of the fish .and presents a very cool and inviting
,day returning to their home in West management The celebrated Plant Juice Reme- white canvas oxfords, "
;: Palm Beach from a'few days spentin business here during that time. He dies are for sale by C. Collins. all sizes, 99 cents per pair. appearance at "Mandy's.

Orlando and Winter Park. favors the plan of the fisherman Those single coats in mohair and Ladies' undervests with tape in Mr. L. G. Tuten and son Frank )
f owning his own boat and fish net and neck and armholes extra fine quality and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chandlerand
Mrs.: L. C. Branning went to Fort in this way he thinks the catcher will serge no lining at all, are the stuff 12 1-2 cents each.Children's Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Copeland of .
Pierce afternoon where she be able to advanced for for summer, $3.50 to $7.50 at Branning's. -
l' Monday get an price white lawn caps with Artesia were in town Wednesday at-
will visit for a few days until Mr. the fish he catches. 20 rows of tucking and lace trimmed, tending to a real estate deal.

t Branning gets a location in Miami, Pineapple growers and shipPers worth 50 cents, Monday's special,
\., for which place he left Tuesday. Notice to School Teachers will please read the report of sales 29 cents. Messrs. W. T. Mathers and E. E.

this week at the foot of the I. R. & Also another lot made of a fine Knox expect to leave tomorrow for I, I
'::-,. Miss Daisy Brady left Monday af- Titusville, Fla., May 26, 1907. L. W. P. G. A. ad on page 8. quality of cambric,worth $1.00, spec- Jacksonville, leaving there Monday,
-# ternoon for Camden, S. C., where I Mr. Knox returning here and Mr.
Editor of the FLORIDA STAB. ial 59 .
i' she will visit her sister, Mrs. F. M. Mail Clerk J. A. Collins was taken cents.Remnants Mathers going on north to spend his J ,.
f Wooten, for a while. She also ext The legislature has just passed a seriously ill last week with an attackof of lawns, we have any month's vacation. t:
:pects: to spend a part of the summer bill appropriating $2,500 for the year spasmodic asthma and has givenup quantity of them, ranging from 2 to I .
10 yards. You might find just what! Mr. G. L. Mandaville is installing
I in Colorado. 1907, and $2,500 for the year 1908, the run to Sanford for the pres-
for the of defraying the you need at a very low price. a two cylinder DeMooy motor in the
Sheriff Brown returned home the purpose ent until he recuperates his health. Mail orders promptly filled on any 38-foot hull that he purchased last

first of the week from St. Augu- sons traveling who expenses will attend one any way one of all of per-the He is now able however* to be up of the above goods. week from Mr. Lorillard. This is

stine, where Mrs. Brown and Leila teachers' summer training schools, and about again. JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. the motor taken out of Mr. Pritch- "

and the baby are spending a few which have been provided for by Mr. J. Lorillard, Jr., and family, 'Phone No. 8. ard's motor boat Rabbit. 1

weeks. Mrs. Brown expects to re- law who have been occupying the Nelson Decoration day was observed yes- ,

purn home tomorrow. Please publish this as there may be cottage, in South Titusville, have Mrs. M. L. Peacock, of Titusvitie terday by carrying towers to Titu&- \

Mrs. Lorillard advertised house(some reader of your paper who may moved into the Robbins' cottage on took charge of the Hendry House ville cemetery and decorating the

hold,goods for sale in THE STAR last wish to attend.Yours the river front for two or three at Fort Pierce, the first of last week. graves of both Union and Confederate -

week and received inquiries from all very truly, weeks, when they expect to return Her old time friends were glad to soldiers. There were flowers in

over the county. She disposed of JOHN R. WALKER, north to reside in Philadelphia.Mr. see her back in business again in that abundance for each grave, and quitea

her goods readily. This proof posi- Superintendent.Peat and Mrs. P.H. Wright arrived section. number attended.Mr. i

tive that it pays to advertise in THE home Saturday from Tallahassee, Mice Used for Show Tickets Arthur B. Brown, editor and '

STAR. For Fuel where they spent some time, stoppingfor The first of May P. A. McMillan, publisher of the Fort Pierce News,

Mr. J. Sondergaarde, who arrived Mr. Robert Ranson, president of a few days at DeLand on their of Eau Gallie, carried a carload of was in town last Friday and gave

here last week from Perth Amboy, the Florida Peat, Fuel and Construction return. Mr.: Wright was checked in Florida alligators,snakes turtles and THE STAR sanctum a pleasant call.

N. J., on account of his wife's ill company, which has recently as station agent here Tuesday by birds of all kinds to Chicago, where He came up this far to meet Mrs.
health, expects to return north to- established a manufacturing at Mr. W. Budd. Judge and Mrs. Jonesare they are on exhibition at White City Brown, who was returning home
morrow, Mrs. Sondergaarde'shealthhaving its peat bed on the Julington creek, expected home Sunday or Mon- park. Mack has to feed his reptiles j from a visit in the northern part of

improved sufficiently to take is in St. Augustine for a brief visitwith day.Mr. and the following unique ad. appeared j the state. "

the trip via steamship.The his family. Mr. Ranson states Geo. M. Huston of Cocoa, in the Chicago dailies a few days I I Rev. W. F. Shoemaker sold his

New Smyrna baseball nine : that everything is progressing satis- was; in town Wednesday and calledat ago: place on Main street the first of this
failed to again yesterday af- factorily at the bog and that they THE STAR office. He has sold all I PEBsOV\L-\Vanttil at the Florida E\tr- week to Mr. W. E. Goldsmith, who
appear are getting peat out in large quanti- his property in Cocoa-his ice factoryto ;l ides at ,V hite (.'itv-Live rats, mice and expects to take possession of same ,
ternoon. This is the second time
ties and the material will be to feed 1.(UN) alligators, snakes and
soon fro-mss our about the 10th or 12th of June. Mr.
Messrs. :Fisher & Bryan, his resi-
they have disappointed our boys and other Bt( bnnji them
ready for the market. He states reptiles: llIeK; every
we hope to see them next Thursday.The dence to Mr. A. O. Lapham. Mr. flay throughout the summer every buy bringing Shoemaker will spend the summer in
that he received the resultof
Titusvilles and clerks played, recently Huston expects to go north in a few a rat. mouse or frog to the E. 64th St! entrance the northeast part of Georgia, where
the analysis of the company's peat days with his automobile. will he admittrdtothewhiteCity free he expects to purchase a small farm.
scoring 9 to 4 in favor of the Titus- from New York and it ranks fourthin and also to the great; Everglade Show.

villes. a list of 123 samples from all over Mrs. W. M. Brown and son, Mas- It is said that this brought great I Mr. Dave Browder, of Cordele

the country. His new enterprise was ter Mark, of Miami, were in Titus- results in the way of crowds small Ga., arrived here last Friday after-
promoted and financed last fail by ville Monday en route to Winter boys with bags containing frogs,mice i I noon on a visit to his friend, Mr.
Men's and boys'2 pc.Bathing Suits of Jacksonville and who wanted W. S. Norwood. This is Mr. Browder's -
Embroidery Shirtwaist Patterns residents St. Au- Park to attend commencement exercises and rats not only to j
P06t Cards, fancy and views gustine and it looks promising for a of Rollins college, from which take in the Everglades show, but I i 1 first visit to Indian river and he .
flatting Rugs 3 s7i; just in successful future, as the peat has institution her daughter, Miss Lou- wanted to see their captives fed to is enjoying the fine fishing immensely -

Wall Paper in stuck and ordered been proven a great gas and heat ise, graduates this year from the the reptiles. In this way mice, frogs, ;, having captured Saturday morn-
'Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 producer, while the bi-productshave I academic department. Miss Louise etc., were used as tickets to see the : ing a thirty-pound bass with a six-

Store closed every Thursday 12.30. high commercial value for various : expects to attend Wellesley the com- _show u_ -- ______ j ounce rod, taking him land just one hour nsn.
----- I and five minutes to the
Victor Red Seal RecordsThe purposes. ing autumn. For a pair of trousers go to Branning's. This is one of the finest pieces of fish-
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--- Now on exhibition the larg-i ing done here in some time. He left
Victor Talking Machine Co. Kline's Specials in Clothing and Call For Bids est .:assortment of latest cuts, $1.50 Tuesday morning with a party to try

have just placed on sale seventeen Gents' Furnishing Department Sealed bids will be received by the to :$7.06. j j his luck at the Mosquito lagoon, returning -

superb without new doubt Melba records the, whichare most I know you are in need of a suit. undersigned up to noon of Monday, J. Moss & Co. i j thatsame night, and left this '
among We have ever so many shades and June 6, 1907. for the following work. morning via Sanford branch for his .
and perfect of all existing artificial'stone
beautiful weaves to select from. We can please Building an addition to school 'I Everything in concrete, home, highly pleased with this sec
voice reproductions.Next No. 6 Titusville Fla. concrete building blocks, sidewalks tion.
to thearti&tic quality of these every taste except bad taste. Betterlet f
gutters curbing and coping.
sell I know Building an addition to school :
us you one. we can I
Melba records the most impor- '
new Prompt attention satisfaction Gore Gives Up His PositionMr.
please you. Prices more than rightwe building No. 101, Titusville, Fla. i guaranteed Supt.
fact to consider is that they are
tant estimates freely and cheerfully -
Plans and specifications are filed J. K. Gore superintendent of
assure you. ,
each instead of the
at $3.00
priced furnished. Address all
com- :
JULIUS KLINE Titusville. with the superintendent of public instruction Home has that
the given
of $5.00 Madame Melba County up
old price ,
munications J. Moss & Co. Titus ,
consented to their being sold 'Phone No. 8.Engines. and can be seen by calling j 1 position to resume his former posi-
having rifle, Fla. :
at this price that a greater number at his office. The board reserves the I tion in the S. S. Jones grocery at Cocoa .
be enabled to hear her. For Sale right to reject any and all bids. 'I for which place he left Wednesday -
may Fine Launch For Sale
and little child
These 12 inch Red Seal Melba records Two 5 h. p. double cylinder, four I his wife preced-
are offered for sale by Indian cycle Peninsular motors. New and Supt. Pub. Instruction.I Semi-racer 31 feet over all, 5 ft. 6 ing him the day before. Mr. Gore ,

River Music House Titusville at in first class order. Will be sold I in. beam, draught 2 ft. 3 in., built in has made a fine showing at the home t
$3.00 f. o. b. Remember that Melba very low. G. F. PADDISON, FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. t 1905 of mahogany planking on oak while he had charge of it, but on account -

exclusively for the Victor.A Eau Gallie, Fla. About 88 acres of good high land on frame, copper fastened. Expensively of the county commissioners
list of all Victor records sent on the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat built craft, stylish and fast, mak- reducing his salary from $.:)0 to $40
the Narrows, described as follows: Lot ing 15 miles; 4 cylinder 5x51-2 motor per month he decided to go back to
request. Draying No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section
rating 35 h. p., built last year his old position.
Draying or hauling of all kinds promptly 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east.
Parlors fine hood. Will be sold cheapas ; J. L. Mobley has been placed in
Dress Making attended to. Meets all trains. Stove This land is unimproved but finely lo- spray I
Mrs C. A. Krulder has opened dressmaking I wood for sale at all times. cated. For further particulars addressE. owner is building larger boat. i temporary charge of the home until
parlors in THE Sr\u building H. E. HOLTOX, M. Low, Address Box B., Titusville, Fla., for the county commissioners meet next

a ;ground floor. Trimming hats a specialty. Tituarille, Fla. Brockton, Mass.iiiiiii' further particulars. t week.



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$ r cent bystander. Some of the liners This Is the first liner to be provided

1" FOREIGN ,j were compelled to sail with only a with Turkish baths, including plunge

part of their usual cargo, and it was and massage couches. There is also a TWO ELE .\ TRAINS DAILY.

asserted that the big Adriatic returned gymnasium. Electric elevators
a: ,V Irish Reject Council BilL! carry
with the same cargoshe brought over people from the nine decks. : SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL.
t house at Dublin the ,
In the Mansion
r rather than break the schedule of her New Patent Commissioner.
convention of the Irish National party I
sailing day. Sixteen of the stevedores
Edward B. Moore of has
.t voted unanimously to reject the so signed an increased wage scale and Michigan I
+ appointed commissioner of pat-
"t- called home offered rule took: back 2,000 men, which greatly encouraged ents to SUCl.eedlIen, resigned. Mr. I Modern Pulln:1an.: Epu1pn:1en'tI :
; the strikers.At Moore has been
assistant commissioner
Birrell for
S the by Liberal min- Buffalo 1,000 freight handlers quit fot>several years and In the service forfifteen I
work on the docks, their demand being
} 4- .' istry.' John E. for' 20 cents an hour and recognition of years. JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE
who Record Carnegie"Awards.To .
Redmond their union. This virtually ties up lake i
I presided spoke Captain John W. Smith and his ;
,,: at that port. NORFOLK VA.
against the bill The crew of the schooner Elsie, who went ,
of section hands on the
and himself New Haven road became-general from to the rescue of the sinking steamer

;' ''' moved the rejection New York to Boston Monday, taking in Larchmont off Block Island Feb. 11, the Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
lie denied Carnegie hero commission has awarded -
5,000 employees. Their leaders failed
that any Irish gold medals and cash rewards
to gain an audience with the
# compa-
,I; member of parliament ny's engineer of maintenance of way amounting to $22.000. Including provision
had been to whom they wished to present their for the education of their chil For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or
>, 4 committed to its demand for dren. write to
I wages. S. C. BOYLSTON., AssL General Passenger Agent,
support although Roosevelt
The International Association of Machinists Versus Naturalists.In .
< if ../f. at the time of its has taken its stand squarely an Interview for the June Every ,
:4 i_ introduction he for the eight hour work day. It Is an body's entitled "Roosevelt on the Nature

John E. Reimond. withheld final English international body, with localsin Fakirs1' the president goes for
k.1 judgment. The this country. Its treasury and head- several of the popular animal story FLAMdrine

resolutfon of rejection pointed out that quarters are In London. The movement writers with a sharp stick. lIe declares

'r the production of "i-such a measure, has been indorsed by the New that they do not know the heartof

-t' :'.. though inadequate, confirmed the position York locals of the Amalgamated Association the wild things and advises against gjMirme

....> the Irish party had always taken. of Engineers. A general strike Riving their books to the children for
.1 It calls for a native parliament with a \a\ expected to enforce their demands. the purpose of teaching the facts of

-'. fa; responsible executive. Some of the shovel and crane men natural history. He regards the Rev. .
:1' Alfonso XIV. Christened. who were employed on the steam shovels William J. Long of Stanford Conn.. I"

-tf I .I The formal ceremony of naming the In Panama .canal work reached as the worst of these offenders and e

'' heir to the throne of pain took place New Orleans Tuesday, having aban- particularly takes exception to an incident ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT

'r.. < at Madrid May 18, In the palace doned the service because of the re- in one of Long's stories where a ED FOR SATISFACTORY .
fusal of their demands for better wolf kills a caribou fawn with bite I
c chapel which was decorated with white pay. a USE IN FLORIDA WATERS
a t' flowers. The Infant was baptized In They said that 120! men had left and behind the shoulder saying that nothing i,

waters from the river Jordan In the that only seven of the sixty-three steam but a shark or an alligator will attempt

t presence of the court and church dignitaries shovels were then In operation. The to kill in that way, as there i is Regal Marine Engines

"k and the king then placed upon men say that the government did not no less vulnerable point of attack.
his son miniatures of the insignia of keep its word as to pay and vacation. ]>r. Long immediately gave to the Stand for the highest type of '+ n '
various orders. The The officers of the Commercial Telegraph press a copy of a letter he had writtento mechanical skill and reliability t J; ;
queen was not They are four cycle ,
jump ,
present Union America decided to ap President Roosevelt: taking the latter spark ignition,automobile type. >: _
: peal to the directors of the Western to task severely for using his official mechanical valves float feed Z '
t Mutiny Scare In India. /
F Union rather than to President Clowry position: and hiding behind an carburetor enclosed crank case, ;y Z1/
W'' All pretention to proceeding tinder of that company before declaring a Interviewer to injure another man. 1I steam bronzed forged crank shaft, and r' j,
_ ordinary forms of law disappeared in strike. The employees claim that the further states in an interview that he fex estnogtberofxorkingparts bearings. Have thee

i : the steps recently taken by the British Western Union: has evaded payment of believes the president was angry because consistent with a perfect operating
ft rulers of India to crush in Its Incipiency motor and other
the 10 per cent increase promised in of his criticism of the president'smethod many
;: '.' the widespread mutiny of the natives various cities by abolishing high salaried of slaughtering game promiscu exclusive features found only in the (legal .

whose leaders have been ruth positions and making new ones at ously. He now charges that :Mr. Roosevelt THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT
lessly banished or imprisoned. The I
lower neither
I pay. a sportsman nor a naturalist
drastic action of the officials! showed Made in three types, IJ. 3 and 5 U. P. single cylinder 8 to 15 H.
:- i the extent to which the movement baO Fund to Fight Labor Unions. but only a game killer, and I P. double cylinder. 30 U. P. four cylinder ;

t c .' progressed. Lahore, where two editors During the annual convention of the books quotes at length from the Koosevelt We also manufacture a line of heavy slow speed, working engine J.
to show the
murderous tendencies
of native National Association of Manufacturers from 6 II. P. single cylinder to 45 II. P. four cylinder. (
t papers were arrested for "
t: t at Now York .*00 members of the hunter and bis Incompleteknowledge
> were present The hundred of
seditious many Ilegal
writings crowds engines
'" of people now in operation L
and James "-. of the ways of wild animals out the
t' formed to cheer the men as they were Van Cleave of St when cvuntry are a guarantee of the satisfaction they are giving. t!
not pursued. ,
Louis presided. Secretary Cu"hing
? taken through the streets to prison, 1 Get S
Accidents. a Regal the Beginning Don't
j. and In the riots that followed all Eu said they had fought snccessfulljaiainst I; Experiment
further legislation fur the For the third time within six month
in Iland.vouje
ropeans were danger. All garrisons __ explanatory catalogue mailed free on
are kept on the alert and ball cartridges eight i hour day and against court in I the Eliza furnace the Jones-Laugblins request.* ;

: are served. junctions.! Treasurer Stillman said the! Steel company at Pittsburg was thescene Regal Gasoline Engine Co.
association now had an annual income of .
a frightful explosion: May :21
4 f\ Mexican Troops Moving. of l O.. A committee of thirty I when a ""slip" in the furnace caused: Cold Water, MichiganiiiadiiL

1 I 1 The :Mexican government has been:t six was apjNiinted to raise $::-A.c1*(io/ a I the molten metal to be thrown out likelava

the massing of trocps along; the bordei year for three years the money to loep'ut from a "01<:10'). Five workmen
.; of Guatemala armed with I .. '. .. .
Mausers and in wlncatin the the tf' '
? public as to wore instantly killed and four were -- !
-f :Maxims, and it I is understood that President right view to tsjke 1 in labor disputes I fatally injures i '

S < Diaz and leading: officials of :MexIco A poll of the: ;hill me'nltprs on tariff .\ Southern Pacific express: was

-..' sympathize with the iusurmtionagainst revision sho\ve; about three to two f in wrock-tl at tllcndale. Cal May 22, owing THE 1
,I President Cabrera of Guate favor of I limited and reasonable! revision to the deliberate work of trail PIANO

mala. Diaz Is determined to stop the Immediately after the next presidential wreckers, one jterson tleinrlaic(1 an-J
turmoil on his border and bring Guatemala election. President'an Cleave tweaty-two injured. THE FARRAND-CECILIAN PIANO

l t f to terms for the llIurdt'r'oC General came out for a federal conMration law The steamer Naomi was burned to l
Barillas while tinier thiprotectio: for all ent"rprtees engaged in interstate
the waters edce::; in Lake Michigan THE CECIL IAN PLAYER PIANO
; of the Mexican .
government.UOunta business.
May 21, awl four of the crew wereImrnel
Condemns! Terrorism. I to death.

1' Premier Stulrpin! addres<..'ll the I MISCELLANEOUS I Deaths. :-:-." __.;.J:. C'T. .
t douma in response to a cluil.vjgf: from Edwurd II. Conger. formerly minis = .
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A New Brownsville Witness.The ,
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: rumbles died at Pasadena. CaL, May : '
body, out:'iluriJu the discussion inquiry It-ing conducted by the I ?t. ff\t\ ''f 'i'f;:'::'>" j":.', r :: 1f '.- '
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,L of the r-*. t :tt orsspiracyagainst i i-iritv military committee into the nor Inn W. Potter one of the pioneer .. "
; the life; of tb-. .\ ;. solu- ?. "' vhlier riots at Itrowiisrille. Tex business men of Chicago, who wassometimes i''r' i '. :
lied >'; M new and lNive turn when .
I vondenjiiin-i: ft'Txbm tis .
t was ta. :ioflVml known as the "Socialist t : ". ". '.. -
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/ : C craU sad pt"s,"l. ItmMiMy ti"! ifj'.araidei -? i'N\'ni-. a Mexican pajwr! of l r*)wns"iX trusts! died in his Chicago home, Mav :' 1 -= :=;. ,, :
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I' radical mouil'e of tV romua., ami! the shotting: of Hlrk""IIt'r} Natous of'liv I "
I this caused ;'T .lt feel liu;;. Tiny say Knliy saloon! oa the uteht::; of thnt .* C 115'3'OI S.d. ; -: --- ==- / .- ::":-::-i'i--- :;-.v: ; :
I Bears the ;he K'nd Yiii Hare A:ears B)1fht -=- : ___.
S that the stories; uf the tit airacy wen j ainl jxisitively identified the ussail- !: q ; : .LJ ,
faked in order to discredit" the radical* l '!:'o i ns nogTo Mors.: One of tb' nl'et : Signature: % w : \ zi

in the ouma.t I < hit 1'rr -!la'n iu the hand and another i ; i ;:; .4'Y'

.\ I.c nlz tore his dothu: This tcstiin > I II .< .' ': tf .... .. .
a party of tt>terrorists: l 1 ;: : v. yis I '' '3I'f', < :r ; :Wifit: .. ,li'Jq; I
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lIt a mail van in the stret-t and rvblied i all the more startling: : lets-: use it was !' ofChamberlain's : ':\ ;. .. .." ; ':/''';!' ;' ')'"ll: : .... o;::. .a.y... .... :: ,
a it of 2**>..UU rubles t-scapinrr: before a not included in th' ease out l'y r : t !t' ,.r R .t -
laxly of Cossacks arrival on the stone.t the citizen and officers upon nhii-h tisppresident j
The latter then thinking the r.'lberahad dischargwl the entire bat-il!. I. it 11
# taken refuse: in a mill tired into it ion. < 'i:' '" ;'''. : I IH

at random, killing twenty-one persons I .Auot!!or witness Confectioner Elkin... a 1t'1 \a f :i| .. __r 7M \' liL!n i
and wounding fortyfive.At said: lie !saw the firing of veral she. .. "l .t I j i iJ.i,1 "':61'I
t. Odessa; a pogrom or antiJewishriot by nejrro soldiers! in the street l'el!.>w :"'." : r"YM ta itj J'cl .. '.,I:,1 ": '1r1! 111 I; \_- .-, =-.<: ,'." t
was started by the Black Hundreds his window in a hotel. i:1I t I "-i: It'; ':1iJ.1.k' .
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after terrorists: had killed! the New Atlantic Queen Here. -" .. .. = _
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police chief with a bomb. The new White Star liner Adriatic, .... I ; = I *= & -
which completed her maiden transatlantic I "''I': :.I.,,\
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voyage at New York :May 11.. 1&thikI&
f- 1 Is now the bi!;:zest: ship! afloat and 6 i\

queen of the ocean. She is fifteen feet I A line that meets all demands
4 Labor Controversies. longer; than her sister'i :ship the Ualtic.
Cough as to quality and
The strike of the 30,( .lO longshoremen 1.124 tout heavier. 1.1-" hor"'eiowerstronger RemedyThe price
at New York city was continued I' ; and: nearly a knot faster. The

>. without serious disorder, and the strike I Adriatic is not intended: to IKa "jrray- Children's-..CLUES--Favorite- Selling Price from $450 to $850Full i
leader, Conners, said he was confident hound of the sea." but a safe and Coughs, Colds, Croup and
( it would be only a matter of a few luxurious seven day ship. heI I Is 725
days when the Lip! ocean steamship<< feet and 0 inches long over all. 7- feet Thin Whooping Cough. particulars sent on application
remedy in famou for Its cnr M>over .
: companies would have to surrender.' and 6 Inches wide and 50 feet doe p. f alartfe part of the civilizedworld.. It canalways -- -- --- -- -- -- -- -_. -

; One fatality occurred in a saloon quar Gross tonnage i Is. 2Ti.OiX)) and di"'placement opium or b.other drpen.led harmful upon.drug It and contains luay no be

; rel when a detective shot wildly into a 40.000 tons.; She will accommodate given a*coufijectly a b-bj as w an adult INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
throng of strikers and killed an inner I 3.000 passengers and 3T'0 crew. I I Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 eta. TITUSYILLE

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Marriage For Catholic Priests.

The Paris Gil Bias came out with a I.

big article declaring that 3.000 French Difficult

priests and curates had forccaUr petitioned -

the pope to abolish clerical I

celibacy the paper claiming to hare Breathing :

'ijle text of this petition and promising r

to publish it if necessary to substantiate Short breath fluttering
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T ..: : : T its statement. ? palpitation, sinking spells tare S
: Dowie's Succesor Ousted. of :
symptoms a
: .. Judge Landis in the federal court at

Chicago has formally recognized Deacon heart,. struggling tq do i

John A. Lewis as the legitimate work. It must keep V r

successor of John Alexander Dowse
blood in circulation
: -. the late. founder of Zion City thus virtually S

removing Wilbur Glen Vohva carry nourishment t
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.. from the le llprship.t the same time.It
7 make flesh bone and muscle '
agents are already in the field gatherIng -, son, the Pennsylvania railroad has filed -
was announced that of Vo-
I EXECUTIVE data on which to proceed and a a bill In equity against the county of and remove the w rn- !
hva's had ,
strongest supporters renounced -
.....'> ) 81_ \ I (.relimlntry'lnquiry into the prices of Philadelphia to prevent 'lit from, de- Whfti it ,
kF him. and a movement is.on ,fooMo out particles.
t lumber shows that the diminishing aniing penalties for violations of the
ta.da'rd Oil Defies Law. J read him out of the church. II ( .
) : Ij1' supply of timber does not account for new two cent fare la which Is to go cannot do this, } must S

{- "T The report of Herbert Knox Smith. : the jump in pnee. During 19CK) hemlock nto.effect Oct. 1. The plaintiff urges have help. Dr/ files'

.95 commissioner of corporations on the advanced f2: ; white pin $3; yellow that the lower rate will do great injustice I COMMERCIAL ]L
.I44 .-oil recently submitted to the Heart Cure giv s
Industry, /
+ :$4; poplar. $=;, whl e In the last to the by render-. I

:;- president reflects_ severely on the cou- ten,years the price of maple has gone ng the passenger business noncom- the heart jnerves and ..
Burnhsm Forced to Resign.
:3 .dii5t of the Standard Oil company. Mr. up 17 per cent; oak 30 per'nt; yellow pensltoryIt also declares,the bill to muscles antymcreases the .
)" Smith analyzes the monopoly which Frederick A. Burnham. president of ,
: pine G5 per cent; poplar 70 per: cent; be unconstitutional, j
k ,'the Standard has gained and declares the Mutual Reserve: Life, Insurancecompany heart action. .: -
74 and 76
cent hemlock .
spruce, per Railroad Claims $61,000,000. ,
this has, been maintained not was compelled to resign by
that ,
per cent. Complaints received by the In the court of claims at Washington "I ani glad to say that I am so muchAi .l ..
;; ,through the control of natural resources ; the very directors whom he had named Improved in health. Dr. Miles Heart '
but bureau are more numerous and more 4 suit has been filed by the Mis last Januagr. al Archibald C. Haynes. Cure cured me when several doctors ',
bitter than those against the oil orbeef ourt Kansa anJ Texas railroad to failed. 1 think no other medicine
;.: 'throughtheuse formerly a general agent of the Equitable could do for me what Heart Cure has .
of unfair trusts The lumber trust Is |regardedas recover $01,000000. representing the I was chosen in his'place. Burn done. My case was bad; bad as it
prac- the most complete of the great in- I could be at times. I had difficulty In
value of the lands of,the Five Civilized
i.... :;. tices. He accuses i ham up to this time was able to retain petting my breath. my heart beat eo ,
'' .. : the" company dustrial combinations and is operated Tribes claimed by the road through his control of the, concern, although fast at times that I thought it Impossible -
without a holding company or..other original grants of alternate sections. to live without reSist: the It. .
-4 of ignoring he was under Indictment for pain was very severe in my left side, t-
,..".. -. outward sgn of Its monopolistic: char- Last year ,the suit was brought in the and and notwlthstand and my nerves was all untrong.had I -
iV ;I \ and evading forgery larceny: '
acter. The operations hat-e been un- name of the state of Kansas but the almost given up all hope of being, Ii'
.. : the common lug that his brother George had been cured. and I ant sure I would not,, If, -
t-k der what is known as the 'gentlemeifsagreemeut. npreme court ruled that the interest sent to Sing Sing convicted on similar I had not taken the Heart. Cur. I" "
carrier requirements -
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'. x c ." by means of which anvretailer of the state was too remot The matter take- great pleasure in recommending -
:;. I i n I charges George D Eldridge also pre- Dr. Miles* remedies to all who suffer
the rate law of who disregards the prepared has been a; political issue In Kan- sentetl his resignation: as: vke presi With! heart dre >ase." .- fMRS. \ "
} price list will be boycotted out of busl- sas. MARY C JTAHL R. S
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190G. and strg- I I cent and actuary Sullivan M ness The combined capital ,of the Panel.
Another *
Haywood Jury '
; gets that thiV Price of Whisky Goes Up. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Is sold by
should receivethe tru:>t is $611000hOO. The actual cost The court at Boise, Ida., bad to adjourn tint Attorney your druggist. who will Quarantee that 1
1 iP } of yellow pine Is $10. and the priquO'tal When it became knQwn the first bottle will benefit. If it fails ,....
Its of W. D. for
trial Haywood
; .. president'scareful General Bonaparte would adhere he will refund your money. s .
1 last was $43: to $4S. .
, ( :: attention -I year conspiracy to murder former Governorteufl11lerg to his recent ruling about what constitute Miles Medical Co., Elkhart. Ind .. I%

-: ::-; on May :1. to :give the real or straight" whisky,. whole- : '
I "... \ In' a letter t LEGAL-CRIMINAL I J heriff time to summon third venire sal'rs received notice that all straight : .. --- -- S : .r: j"

which I of talesmen, as the jury box was still
I : \ accompanied -I whisky bottled in bond would The Mestt'auaSk Set of Yacht and BoatBmiUiiig -.
'J '.. the re-. I far short of men acceptable to both r be retailed: at an increase of fromo tiooti ever ptlisJud.RUDDER S

L'ilK. Smith.port the Rock 'Island Pleads Guilty. ides I} The defense had shown jreat: I : to:23: per (( Ilt. The only justification : ,

;a missioned com-I I The Chicago r.ock Island and Pacific anger:, which ws shared somewhat by for this advance appears to be .

, erS to Jne fact that S S the tandard company railroad pleaded guilty to two of the the judge and by the state. on accountof that the makers of straight whisky HOW-TO BOOKS .. .j

. .4. ; Ju lOG thrdugh Its various twelve counts of the indictment broughtby the publication in local papers of believe they can get the increasedrice. OvercrotcatsinvetertbuttfromthermcsF1 9-

f f -. L ",branches refined more than bO per cent the federal grand jury at >ew York he intervi"ew with Harry Orchard. The blended xvhisky makers "1 in thoe boos: bucces&fu:ly sailed m ., .'A .

: ... of the credo oil run through refioerlesfitran6i charging 'rebates in fa"or'of the sugar The defense wanted. Governor Goodicg hare served notice that they will fight every drawing clime of a sad>l r"5 upun sJiowin e"nyFuU? what it is detail and" ",1

S ,; *>rted through pipe lines nearly trust. District Attorney Stimson said hauled up for contempt and the court the Bonaparte'decision In the courts, bow t<>nuke it Text exlrrmcly simple OJ''!' -'

nl&e-tentbs' .the "crude oil of the that the -gov'ernuient vwufd be lenien ordered an investigation.. This made buLihis will take a ).t'ar. HOW TO t-MLO A RACER FOR $.sO \->:.' :

older fields, and 08 per cent of"that I toward those roads which by pleading the securing unbiased jurymen more I' Beet Sugar Profits Less.j U'...t9T.. ...'.,t Ur..,ry is Iiid.tnmnaltao* .I. ,

S -produced the mid-continent section guilty showed that they intended to, difficult The fact was brought into ;twerp g..3..J..ItO.sL-t.l.Mt5Sbl.W.SIS. ,
I j President Qxninl. of the .erIean HOW TO CUll A SKIPJACK :. f
. -and It secured more than SS percent obey the law In future. The courtImposed (Pen court that the defense had cniloyed in his annual A t CM !>oct f..r "'IriTu..* w.I'r't.... tnorltinr .bnat b .,""' '
S fine of $1.()()} each for the nil residents likely I Beet Suzarcompanv report tr i >vex taill:UIK-P ot* ,!i.
of the sales of illuminating oil to,retail a > men to sound Ihoan increase in gross earnings ",:. t.. I'.w ,..iJ uol ...... ........ i..ts II SHOW c
dealers the The two counts to be called IS jurors. : .'. .. S
"< throughout country. ta $3973,432. but that TO E'JILO A RAC'fG CLOOP { ,
.S.' 'letter ums up the findings of the commissioner rresidentmll of the Great Northernis Eugene V. Debs In a spread article r from. fKSrtOSH 3'ojrm*f',1 row,.. ......k.... rcr Afstfnrt; ft prmtmrrr .' .
despite this the net earning remainedthe 11 A.a.aM.and A..olu, earto boiul,(ofSOW .
f as follbws: fighting the indictment on similar for the Appeal to Reason calls this t to..... &:. .t S
to the Increased cq'slof
same owing S
.... !{f' '. "In brief, the history and present operation charge against hjs road having fileda trial the prelude to the "coming climax 1 materials and labor. TO 7C.ILO A MOTOR LAUNCH --
demurrer alleging that the commerceact 1n the struggle for emancipation" :and raw Simple' j"4 pcviHitl oa'Dr h..l..t'OMtMlct.1aaad .-
Standard Interests
S \\to. : of these L !ranturu''evi' :HM. i_.4.w. e'r..l.4b.-rfria.L" : 1
five under which the charges are that Haywood will be the candidate TroublesMrs 1 \
shows throughout the last. thirty- Says Stomach HOW" TO G-ICD A KNOCKABOUT S ,

3ears a substantial tuonoitoluution of brought "is discriminatory and unconstitutional of the working class for presi- fc-ue Martin, an old and respectedretlilitit skr.suiLu A 6ar 1..1 :. '.'-''i'..I-n' ...'.,*.-in w:t I.w no't. coqd cabin; u
the petroleum industry of the country ," because the same restrictions dent next year. of t:u-onii; Mi5s! was sick with HOW TO L, !ll:.' tai4OAL-OITSIJGHTSLOOP S t

; .a deliberate destruction of 1Hl1l'l'titIOll are not laid against companies! stomach trouble for more than HJnionili Ad..ItIcs&t-ab.s.ii I I ma.crate .erfaa&g ftoc ..

and a consequent control of that industry transporting wholly by water; also in ** Cham trlain's Momach and mull>..1 |>...... .

aims I L RELIGIOUS 1 I Liver Tabets! uired her. She sas! ". HOWTO CU1LO A rUTTIC:: OR SHARPIE .
far it
so as to punish criminallythe ,
by I less than a dozen men, who I 5'y t.."", ,. ;._", :ot..d;j..t th.s.ft f,,.Lv:
, have reaped enormous pu-fits there defendant for acts done by Its ; tan now eat aint>iii.>:g I want aii'l an 10 be",.,. ..;,.:...a..I'oT1, :.eP.ulo.nloop: uresi nil

the nronll!Itt womaif in tin world t/) findscIi HOW TO BUILD A VOCEL YACHT _
from The commerciil efficiency of I agent- Suggestion In Episcopal Work. ; For bv ah .dcl-1.u Unif S _
:. a i>o l niedtrune. 'ae %rampi .I.--r&pio. >.f fcuw ;i fauiU a
the Standard ,while very great has After Fertilizer" ; ...iS.uni i "' 13.
The Uev Dr. EiwssIVoreester of d'U;!',iist" and me\licine dealer
1 'l een consistently directed not at reducing department of justice has dec:idcdto the Einui mu,>l Protestant Episcopalchurch ] -- ---- -- ;; $1. : ;

J priceso the rublic and thus begin action against all the fer- of &;>ston. addressing the Johns Troy Out on $25.000 Bail. PStPAIOCVESPRtSSANVaHCCC P: : EACH .."

maintaining Its. predominant position I tifl/er ('Ornl'auit-s'in th, .various stateson HopkiT Hospital )1l'dkII'sndetI at i I The result of the preliminary hear- J.t:.
Bound in sloth! Gnu! !I..Ufflnlt-Size of p g.. v
through superior fen ((>. but rather at the charges of belonging to a combination Utltimore told of his ('bUfl.Itork in j jcuring irg #t Miami in the case of Thomas o Ixr 11 uicho-Lor;._. >.n.>-Jrjvm puns. f

crippling existing rivals and prevent- in restraint of trade and the of disorders byun'uts scI
.' persons nervous G
4 S I. \\ Troy for the murder of George THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
: ./ lug the rise of new ones by vexatious suits will be Iruugat in the severn of mental gu e"li"n. He said
New comb at West Palm Beach on 3 MURRA': STREET New Yofin U. S. A
i and aggressive attacks ujion them and states where the different coaipaunr they regarded this as the basis of true !

I 1 by securing for itself most unfair and are doing business This is to overcome tfliufou. They found many PCTSJUS. i i isu&ermg May Sth, was that the prisoner was aJ \irl' i.-a:sm"-*nsfol!',for ij'naty Coilt.'Jrg of BOOKS for S

" ,wide'reachlr g dl.erlminttiln ia transportation the contention of the Virginia from nervOUs deran.enent in j jn mitted to bail in the sam of $2: :>.<*)9, he <
f facilities and rates both by concern vvhkh dominded a reliminaryhearing .> venscorganic. but who were n need to appear at the October term of the ---.---- 4i
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f .. railroad and pipe line while refusing I befv1"t.'in ; ordered out of i of moril support. He sml thy had circuit court. The bond wa quick.,'

3 such facilities M far as ossible to allcompetitors,1 I the state. U-cn successful in many cascMnce | furnished by Gaston Drake, J. A, McDonald JI

; I Abe Hummel Now In Stripes. the m"' vomeut was started la-.t VovemUr S. \. Belcher John St'well )

; To Inspect the Mississippi. 1):i the diy appoint for the iniprisonsie'it nit,! the church office hid IK?. : and C. T. McCnmaior all of Alumi :::; -:

S President Roosevelt couteniplites a of New \0,11; timvii. divorce come the heid'iuartTS of hundreds of i .
-trip down the )Missi sippi river-u\.,xt law'ft'rhrtltm! Uuiiime'!. '1'" thee. mental uTerers. who rome not ; What Ails You?
S S 'u', (rom I'.)ston. but from all over .
fall 111 compinyith the Il1t'IUh'rs of left his fint- city r'i.Jl'm'c i:i an a'i
tJc' Do f..J! weak tirol "ondl'nt; ,
Thc'inr.h dcic-s not.however you
the inland \\ ater\\av s commNaioii The tomol,ie. first laving ski\cl off his countrj.
have fr''IIl'lt h.;I.III'II" ". ,'''at'ttOIJ lJe,
trip will probably from sjme: pointIn i j iru!' -:(' ll" and hair to avoiJ the pnsJbarUr ->i treat j ersons suffering fn mo
bitter or Ki middle IlhaoN or Io\\ :\ to Memphis and went tj the hnl by an *?:ma' trouliles and in order to obviate I lei.1 rising
of in
burn b. 1 khin:? ga. : ;
and will octrpy three t.r four divs Its i upper ferrv lie eatt'rel the pnson tlii-H c'ich patient is examiimllist throats after eat.iiig. si.,m:i...h gnaw or

object vMll IK to a'quirt' more thorough through the kitchen thus escaping by a pby idm. In this way the burn foul I:n'ath. dizzy 1.'l1s.\ poor or I075edAnnuaip ---o --

knowledge of the prv.>l'lemH of inland I' oh? ('rYatilI from fie reporters LiHsrrrul clcrgyenn distinguishes his variatle; apjnttc: tsau-.a: at times and

waterway navisatioiu m which the anl others cvruus i-ue m his .dL! I w"1'k (nun tint of ('hn"tiaii N'KIHVTie I.iu.lft"lo'mltom.\ !

president! has manifested great inter clothed In p-i*>n cirb the little oU treatment is said t., (". in line with If yoXjve any considerable number otruK

!'he most advanced ni.'dK:il s<'ieii'-p,
ost. r man : pp'': re
Ambassador Wright K signs. so that the doctors hall Antisatoon League s Indorsed from\liou--n *jsNnJi
j I him taken to the! hospital Thus the I '.,.,; Hr. P'r.... .. (;;nhten I _
Luke II A\ril.t of Tennessee am- The PresTtTian j.eueril! aseni11y.
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of his cnt1'lOn the regular prlvon 1' ,: n: -/ ,,\'. Ie< mf: IIpof :11. "" ..t t
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has tendered his 'unibus. ()_ after a bit
S bassador to Japan. m session .it U> ... niresh.iI
work anSI routine w.'as postponed \"hthl.: "" .1.1 prjn.-j. _k> ,
resignation to the president to become I tee (cntrovers\ V"otPll'ltut"soJty tore -s.'n.. f.rth.. niy>3J'>-.t.rnre of ,

effective Sept 1. It is said that his I I Metropo'itan's Herd Indicted <' '.".'iic* tw 4ntisiloon league not It !, 1 i ie.huent i
!Oil"_ iiiaI.o.'--'nl' ai 1T'n"'I.- IS tt U1>> -
retirement Is entirely voluntary and I John R Ih' ('n'lIl. jre-:1ent of the tnstnrdinc: that tin committtv on liver in\'iora.tor.; i stomach tonic,

for peisoual rt>:1sor.ltllOu::: nominally -I Metrs.itio j : In' tnslrtnee company. .hnrh polity b:itl decided to ignore it. ks's-Il r". 'll:1tor and n.-no trf.'nthf'n'r; !

Democrat his appointment to ,., ,. TIle league !is dt'scnt'eil as *"3 !'afe.s ..
a i i ti<*rii l v t'.tt' sr.iutl Inrv ate\ Th ( .M"n Medical li..eoverv"i'i nota
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the diplomatic post was made m rec-j jo I Vrk.: : : TtesIay. ::U tOn coantvseven :nH" tna efteetive ortpnizition in L mewn'x : j ai<'nt m...iicine or secret nostnim A TRADE DESIGNS MARKS )

;;nition'of his valuable services as a I _ for fo Mery in : of temper-sure* full li..t of its inlI'.Ii"nt txins? jinntiijtn S COPYRIGHTS &c.

member of the Philippine commission -:- the third decree Two other iur4rttnt resolnt ons thatt its hottle-wrapi and attstid und<'r ADTf>n<.IWT .Hi I g a ,iiketrh ami 1e..cnr....:.,..., iia?
nrnhi its formula will "h.w ?t '" j t r"r..r; free r..nS
.onb. \ at
of the islands adptl"l.l were against patent g-i1fJt"e
later as ml three for
and governjr : 'IT" S n pi 1t1 i IT |>dentalts.'mm5s-
that his sm-cessor vilIl'e ," j.Uc>rt>sen'" nts in church ptpers tint it contain no all'flh..t.! or harmful ..n,,,itn J 6. .Hal. Ua.-IJOIfk l'a'nt.. '
It is expctted -\r l"'rjur The for- .. '. ..
I .' five i tirinr pat" i
Thomas J. O'I.nen of lit-hi-au. ,jtTvi Indictments om! tpprjt-n'g thc' i>e-tc'O* b:1hit-rormin druIt i. :t fluid extractmad. r'u.-rita as< 'i t J.h 31 unn A ( o. receive
.* with tripi.-n'lirwd give*'r tu >pc(t'u n/(:c'. !hsL choice* IB the 'S
now minister to IHuniark It is understood : out of the mul'Ut.. rcs-onoI'iLIc pastors to
: of {in>{>,'r str"iisth. from tli*" r<..t> of the Sckatific JIm ri\an.
that Professor Maurice F Emof ; / year t'_id trailsnotions pro: "M-'i the ::"sic' Gf peaveTn .
following native .\mt'ric-a n foresviz. t pIa nt!<,
the Catholic university will su! ,veedO ,. of the gefl'1I asmWy; of the Cumht.r- A b3lldlOm'ty tlnvtrst'.4! _Hit:.., ire.-.t rfr-
.. (II.I"n! Seal rUtttlll" rlJlJt. H&t'k!; .
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church at I>ixon. anY ; .n'tle Jf ortial 1 'r" m
laud ['rrsl.yterian .. ....
Urien. : company and Ch.'rr\bark, Quoen r'lIt. 1lo'"lro.ot. and : f if r. "- :J6iU Sold :,> 'ir 1Piti'r*
TC'llIl_ s Woman Attache to Hague. lebsoniC of its svn- Mandrake J'Otlt. MUNN &Co.3618dNa1.NeiYork
1 .> at Coljrnbus. protesting ;i::anistkthf
Amou the attaches who will accoiupauy die i at c opera- uiblv The foilowthr lealing mf' authoriilfN.aiBontr B-am O-) 5"JS P Sf 'V".hlD'l :" I'. L.rtrTHcoUcH.
tiojs It was so -dl'>il Union of .- thim'he-* a "", t jl <>tt rs. eMul Hi- torsO MM
delecntion to .
the United Static n4for the cure of Ju..t sti< h ailn..nt. at hal \> 5-
the second hague conference will be itt5t.e'(1 -_ found to lie the : : repudiating t>u< h :1I.ti..n It alriits ..n. -->nu.'.."''.ilJllu-att': I'n,f. K hi.l..wM .
: John U. Jlegt-man. tot1'ani- 'one-fourth! of the Cumin.rlaud laymen l'.. tlf Jtfftr-H M.-a. ollt.'t. Hula.: ; I'ror.
Miss M.irgiret .V, llamu private see- prutiec II.C We.-.l. :M D.oflniTofl'a-: ""Jf.Ell l 11 inM
ti, the seoud assistant secretary for large luius t<. otl ei' accounts inJ and more thin one-half of their ministers 1 Half :\1. U.of Ilihmtoann Met (.'oll"j., AND CURE THE LUNGS
retary after the annual I have guile into the s.) railed un on. nl'ao. 1'ruf John Kinif M. 1>.. Anth ofAnwrican = t
or state, \dec. who it is said! will bethl' then put them bad iipsn'.atory. 1'ixf Jno. :M.u.I-
brst vvfcinau *o be honored with report hid been made to the satisfaction It expresses the belief that a majority (!l'r. M lI.. .\utl jrcf sp'-..iti,' Me The of the PresbVternn ('bur"nnnot have I.ann-n.'e J".hnn.. :M l>.,M.' i Ivj. 1'ni' <>t
such a posittoa. >liss llanna Is knownas of the msurince inspect.o"s. \ Y.: 1'r.jf Finl..1' Elhmrw.J. '1.11.lIth'lr
pa/nat ami has a swearing t\) tliese false reports is the "an. tioneil the legal nie:)sure> taken to of Matena Medics and 1'n,f. in Bennett Medical -
the woman the Cumberland minority from the College Chicaza vud name and address -
oust New
and alleged basis of the erjury charge Discovery
internatisnal law
knowledge of and i'n Postal Card to lT. R Y. l'iem BufTalo. -
surpassed b,)\ only a few .Hegtiaan iilesded not guilty and was I>os o"sion of housesof worship >. Y.. and receive fr" Uvklet I nring
precedents lX': t ond.J other property The conflict is cVscrib- evtra<-ts from writIng>"f all the shone mcUi- 0SIVPTIOPrice;
..n*. released! on $10. .
men. ed as a blow to the church and a discredit cal authors and many othersendorsinz In thestrer.test FOR OliGHS and SOe & S 1.00
J The trial of President Burnham of possible terms. ea<-h and every tnjrredwnt -
Big Stick After Lun4eF- the Mutual Reserve Life was post'pouttl upon the cause of religion which of which "Gulden Medical IMM.VT- I QIC' Free Tnal.Guarantt .
The bureau a were powerless to prevent The Cry" Is composed.I .
on account of the defendants y rierrf J'If'a"an\ l1f't.. reenlaf andI for all THROAT and
Comaiissiouer' -'ous illness belief is. expressed:: that there is room I invitrorat stomach liver and towels. They u
wholesome I tnav f.e used in ronjunction with Tiflden I LUNG TROUBLES, or XOSSY _
in to probr v Begins Rate Fight for both churches to continue j Medical Di..-. T..ry.. if bowels. are much TOOttipa :BACK.
view to b/ activities :ed. They; 're tiny; and sugar-coated. i
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,c L,' f. THE FLORIDA STAR .. If'FRIDAY, MAY31,1907"

THE FLORIDA STAREnteredatthepostoffiee.tTltwtlleu Ditches on the surface are wasteful two hundred and more arches have I -: '

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.. opened up anew with almost very while the foundations for others are

b-- nutter., This State Predicted Will Become theWorld's turning. on of..the water. they -inter being i Eud''''daily.' Preparations are i

., ,x Kill 8. VT.z er, FnblUh Greatest Sanitarium fere with plowing and harrowingandare now being made for building the 1 ,[

a S a continual nuisance.. Sprinklingmust trestle at Knights key.and within a 1 A1$1 r fADg l .'
PUBLISHED EVEBY FRIDAY MORNING Sometimes in talking with the old done will be
: b\ with metallic conductors short time operations there "

; settlers they will tell you that the costly and short of life, enjoining under way. This>trestle, while not 9'j

= fe*:'** The"brainstorm" as down for summer months are the mostbeauti- continual expense and renewal, so long as that at"Long key, will be

Kg- crime has been turned the ful and pleasant of all the year. That demanding a much more expensiveand equal or more difficult to build on account :J

erne court of Pennsylvania. the heat is no more oppressive in the elevated tank. They also harden ,of the depth of the water to be ,

s a. summer months here than it usuallyis 0 the surface of the ground, it being encountered in some places. l ah ?I II

,-r? F i every part of Florida comes in the north. And'then, the much baked> into a crust, ana the water At the Key West end of the work 'I

z h evidences of great disappointment enjoyable rainy season, coming as it seeks the lower spots of the surface: there is much activity in grading and >,-

x '&. in the legWafore's failure to provide does in June July, August and September away" from the trees and plants. filling, but this is well advanced and I

for a good raids system. But what aj just the time of the year While it is profitable compared with will be finished'in ample time. The ji

+' ";Yak could be expected otherwise of a when it Js'so much needed to give non-irrigation, it is not the best meth central supply station at the lower i 1 \ -i.J

5 body of men in\rfuch every member new life, to all vegetation. Whenour od. end of Upper Metacumbie key, is w-L //Ii _

seemed to have khand-bag full of ;"northern'friends come here, in The underground pipe method is greatly facilitating the work, as ma-
the winter'they: don't stop to think the nearest approach to perfection terial is assembled and distributed at .Ji.
3 local bills that have attention .
musftfjrst that Florida has her winter monthsas -
possible. The labor of installing is the various working points with more Copyrlgb 15u6. by rte lAwua Co. -
-: and consideratio 7 well as the north;-that many of simple, the pipes cover the field with dispatch and in larger. quantitiesthan

our tree:: lose their leaves; that the perfect uniformity and are forever ever before. MAN-A-LIN r I Is An t

*1 :.' >'f "*- : Everyone is in favor of compulsory wild flowers are, most of them,.miss- away from the 'reach of the plow The health of the workmen is excellent -t ":'i-i

m : taxation for support of the public ing. But when our rainy season commences while every drop of the aPplied A The greater number of them Excellent Remedyfor

schools, but the state legislature is all natUre ems to put on directly to the roots of tree and are perfectly satisfied with their positions

4t s opposed compulsory attendance on new life. The gopher holes and little plant, and none of it escapes into the and the labor demanded of Constipation.There .

r : 4he part of the tax payers children. salamander mounds of yellow air. The supply tank need not be so them, and have announced they are
sand so thickly scattered about high saving much of the labor and are many ailincrl ,
-it Some day we will have a compulsory ; there to stay. Few mosquitoes have 0 )
education law and then people will through the woods, no longer appearto cost of"pumping. A few iron pipes been encountered up to the present I directly dependent upon con-

sentiment toterateJ the eye, but are all hidden with convey the water to the opening time. This fact, with all other con stipation, such as biliousness

w ,wonder why public grasses,and beautiful flowers, and II heads of the Underground pipes, a ditions favorable is a big item in the discolored and pimpled skin. ,

.;-y ? pC t RR the old system so long! everything'looks so fresh and green riser with a'fif ty-fpot length of cheap facilitation of rapid work and satisfactory inactive liver, dysp ia, over:

summertime, and the woods are I rubber hose will feed the pipes for a results. worked'kidneys and headachi
The Pensacola Journal does not? all in bloom, and the birds make breadth' of a hundred feet, and a I e .

like the fact that' an extra session of music all the day. And the aroma child. can attend to the whole busi- An Appeal to Southerners Remove constipation;: .

:V the legislature Is not only possible from the pine trees being brought ness of irrigation. The supply is .
{ An appeal to all southerners brief all of these ailments dis: _
t.: '' I but.probable' in order for that body out by the'warm rays of the summer steady and sufficient and the groundis
ly to stop business and all moving
;_t tr } to complete the work it has neglected sun.- Oh, how healing to one that always kept 1n the best possible wheels at 2 p. m., June 3, the moment appear. .
has weak lungs. Is it any wonder condition, as is attested in
and make ,up for the time idled many sec- the
; of unveiling of the Jefferson MAN-A-LliM can be relied
that the poor consumptive soon finds tions where the terra cotta pipes are upon
Neither does it like the fact
raway.. Davis statue at the Richmond re- to action of
produce a gentle
( health in our summer months- am employed in connection with artesian L
raj that with the revenues of the state union of Confederate veterans
x no prophet or son of a prophet but I wells. f was the bowels, making pills and
reaching to only one million and a issued by Gen. Lee, at New Orleans
drastic cathartics
predict that the time is not far distant For orange groves a line of pipe on entirely un
r ; -4-. half-dollars, that the 1 legislature will when fair Florida will be the each side of the, row of trees, say at commanding the veterans. I necessary.A .

w' sT Z ;A : likely have made appropriations aggregating great sanitarium of ,the world. I a distance of five or six feet, is suf-

e''' nearly two million dollars have spent two'summers in Florida ficient. By this means the trees can No More Tips in Florida !dose or two of ManalinIs

f t ,1 before it has finally'decided. ? to giver and a part of the third summer here be stimulated during the bloomingand On Monday the house passed Mr. advisable in slight febrile

.\ up the ghost. and knqv.l what it has done for me. growing seasons and allowed to Vaterman's bill prohibiting "tip- colds
rr, v With a grateful heart I thank my become dormant during the severer ping" in hotels, etc., and provided a attacks la grippe, and

r I f\ A year- ago the fight against the Creator that there is such a place as portion of the winter. It is a fair penalty of two hundred dollars there- (influenza.

-c-- packing houses was at height. It Florida' in summer time. Throughthe estimate to say that the best crops for. .
rainy season here in Florida we be ---- -----
can increased fifty per cent and ---------- -- ---- -
'' assumed the and
.f was by president
have refreshing showers most every the average crop doubled, the trees TJTUSVJLLE LJVER.Y STABLE
t.'.:; others that as soon as a .pure food and after the shower is
day, over can be brought to uniform excellent
f Feed and Sale Stables
law had been passed and food
pure how refreshing and lovely all nature condition and made to produce twice

\ labels were placed on the meat products seems. With the air purified by our the amount of bearing :wood each 4

-f-.: the foreign demand for such thunder and lightning one feels likea summer for next year's fruit. Thereis f4 \\ SADDLE HORSES

I products would be increased. But new man.Northern. scarcely a limit to the improvement ; BUGGIES

x far';" statistics show that just the reverse people think it must be that can be brought? about in w SURREYS

has been the case. For the first four very warm here in the summer, the average grove by the judicious

t j 11 ': ":- months of 1906 the canned beef exports months, but'it is not. Only three application cf water and fertilizer. -- and TURNOUTS
: times the has the ther- 'L t of all kinds i
'' past year With this combination it is just as
amounted to $1,996,730, while
t ".. mometer been above 93, and then one easy to have ten boxes per J Hauling, Etc.
0' ..'\. .. for the corresponding period of 1907 treeas ?
can always find a cool place in the eight twenty as twelve. --
'r-it- the exports ere only $581,24. The J. M. OS BAN, Titusville Florida

.".:- }:;' \'" exports of bacon for the four months shade.vill write before the --- -
I i =:' '"j' were, for 1906, $14,402,000, and fort agricultural\ prospects of Florida, I

.f$;; ',' ., 1907, $7,940,868, a reduction dangerously which is an interesting subject and Progressing MoreTaYorably How MASDRY'S VARNISHES For all Pnrpeseg

: approximating 50 per Ont.a one that should interest every one 1
Than at Time Past
.. that owns an acre of land in this part Any MARINE SPAR for boats

..' {. '. Defective. Assessment Law of the state. The resources of Florida At no time since the beginning of
CRYSTAL SPAR for interior
t have never been but partially the construction of the F. E. C. rail- use
<:j The recent decision of Judge Chas.
eloped as yet, and it is beyond the way extension two years ago, says Nomar Floor Finish Nomar Varnish Stains
it Swayne of the United States
..\, courts mind of man to tell what it may be. the Miami Metropolis, have opera-
\ brilliant and
inirklrying For all
wherein he declared the tax assessment j purposes specially adapted fur
Our pine forests should be well pro- tions been more extensive and general Tanifeh unexcelled for dancing; floors Tarnishing;chairs. tables anti furniture
I t ",:, laws of Florida, so far as real {'"and pokes upon application. Dries quickly, easily applied
tected, and the universal cry shouldbe over the entire route of this gigantic -
estate is isconcerned unconstitutional, Remember Iasury'sThe oldest varnish house in America
: "Woodman, spare that tree. undertaking than at present,
... has caused a stir all over the state, EAST COAST LUMBER &
and has SUPPLY
--- at no time progress been CO.,
1. ., especially at Tallahassee. Governor
I NEED IRRIGATION greater. Eau Gallie, Florida.
-1 :o : Broward upon reading the decision Now several thousand men are at
::1. of the judge addressed to --- -- -
a message
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/ work, mattered the entire length o'the
I the legislature in which he calls the VICTOR
What the Drouth Has Demonstrated As line from the mainland to Key
t attention of the body to the defective
; i West. The greater part of the work c t
an Actual Necessity Here I Talking aRt
laws, as follows: j Machines Supplies
a 6 1-5 of a nrNhhrr: nature, and by late
A serious defect the assessment The importance of irrigation is be- .-t
it exacted that the
Bummer : ( grading Records sold by the
laws of our state has just come tom and
I w coming more more apparent to all and track!'ayintr on all of the keys
notice. Section 522 of the general who cultivate the soil in Florida.
will have been I the
completed trestles
statutes provides that the tax assessor We have no doubt that in most case and b-id es alnr.e preventing the ; HOUSE

1 shall assess the lands at their a good irrigation plant would pay a ,
operation of trains from Miami to TITUSYILlE, FLORIDAPlay
full cash value, making no provision large interest on its cost every year. Key Wet at that time.
1 for the taxpayer to be heard.j The best method of doing the work
Iamof. the smaller trestles haw
f .
j \ There,was once a provision i in the has not been very satisfactorily et- already been completed though i it

J t law giving the taxpayer an opportunity tled. The Tampa Times describes a \\ill be some time before the larger Ball !

.! to complain to the board of plan which certainly has some great one: those at Long and Knight

,"l :.: county commissioners of the value advantages. It is as follows:
: key-will be finished. This is on account -
t f! fixed his real estate by the The Times is
f upon assessor greatly pleased to seethe of the distance be ""' ''''' ", ---
great covereil -
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": i! \ and have such assessment reviewed fight it has been making the past
0 and because of the concrete andiron .J
' ; but that omitI five for A Complete Line of
I I ; was j ears or more irrigation being work necessary to make then
1 -- I ted in the revision which resulted in taken
t up so intelligently and earnestlyby strong and substantial in the deep

t. -0, 'f- our present compilation of th?general the press of South Florida. Hun and swift running water they will iIING'SBASEBALL :
1 ; statutes. dreds-of enterprising farmers and

J : Judge Swayne has very recently grow owners are installing plants as span.The progress on the trestleat: Long

declared our assessment laws unconstitutional rapidly as possible and the story of key is marked and highly satisf act- GOODS

i I. l-. so far as real estate i ia is, loss and disaster from drouth will ory. Already about ninety of the I /,

J. .. < concerned, because of this defect, never be told of them again. Various Carried /
by '
I I '. and it seems to m, that not only the methods are being adopted, and IndigestionWith ,J?-
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t I constitution of the United States right here the Times wishes to dropan companion, heart burn, flat.uknce .
4' torpidity of the liter I ron'-tip1 The H. & W. B.
- t r"l but also equity and sound reason earnest word of caution. The tion, palpitation of the heart, poor MOM)' DPEW CO.
(1 : ; bear out the decision. best method of applying water to headache and other nervous symptoms,
Florida soil is sallow km, foul tongue, offensive breath Distributors
tJ _, [ therefore most respectfully recommend by underground pipesof forJACKSONVILLE Floricjj "
and a legion of other ailments is at once ". '
:;f .7 s- _A that your honorable body so porous terra cotta. It is more ex- the most widespread and destructive ra t

H ..: .. amend the law as to remedy this defect pensive the first application, but I maladr among the American people! FIQ4A

: and that such amendment be t it is the best and cheapest in the long !'The troubles.Herbine 501:treatment. bottle. Sold will cure by Red all Cross these .tr., r

J ,;:. rfected with all possible dispatch. run. 'I Pharmacy. Send for catalogue and sample S1.t aC orms,
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.= ;{!mTIN::1AIRzFLORIDA? bill,Governor passed by Broward the Senate!as.and vetoed House the:at fWKenlhe 4 4m

.m Ta11aIia.ssee. known as the'Farris'char-

1-f1t (:iBim_ Done'Ards J the De- ter.amendment bill. This measure pro-

vWed..for certain amendments to Jack
.. eIo'pment of the Pallfllla sonville's charter Kildrenome '-
..3.i{1.'f),<' > whereby _the- Boardof .:
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.' Public Works Board of Bond Trustees :
,'.... t" 'n1'for ''Manatees net etc.. were to be elected by popular 11

tcefplan: ''.has arrived and will soon be vote and by the people at large 1 :

JnstaUed. aws't Sentiment in the city is divided.* L home'! .

:The Good Roads Association of FlorI ,Atlantic Cost Line express Jfor 59
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':.lda'te,to.convene in annual session southbound was wrecked three miles Thf'roiwS .

-* opt Jtfne'6'n Pensacwa.Tte south of Sanford Tuesday afternoon.. ti

I "..'.j' '.first peaches from the Galnes- The mail car, for some reason uu ._

-i.tJ ;roll)! district, were Shipped this week known jumped the track dragging aUthe j : :i

'aDd the<< qualty 1s said to be very'-fine. other cars of the train except'thePullman ic'' & 1 ,

The ,first Florida pineapples received and the tender of the engine.
with it. A track.had to be built around .
on the New York market have been

selling at for $2, to .$3.75 a crate. the wreck before ,the regular schedule 4\ ,
could be put In operation. Nobody was TKeyvusuaIIy want
.J; W.,,Estes of St. Augustine, hat _
if' injured as the train was running not
t purchased the large general mercnaa- something from
if .
faster than 25 miles, an hour at' theme
;dise, business Of Harris & Kettle at '
of the accident. '
4:. Hustings., ihe pantry : :

T The building of permanent roads In A Significant Prayer .

r Dade county goes o\i without interruption. "May the Lord help you make Bock- You remember had' "
len's Arnica .salve known all writes hunger you I .
.A recent issue of the Miami to 4 :
J. G. Jenkins, of Chapel Hill, N. C. It : -Home for much ''
Cdr Metropolis cooking counts
says: ;
quickly took the pain out of a felon for
The,annual meeting of tie FlorldJ.Bankers' I me and cured it in a wonderfully short I' in the child's health; do not imperil .;
time." Best earth for burns
Association on sores,
tftte will be held
i "at the .Hotel Continental Atlantic and Red Cross Pharmacy.New it with alum food by thc'use of poor..baking powder. .

Beadh on June 14 to 15. Camp Site Chosen. Have a delicious, pure, home-made ,muffin, cake or biscuit ready when they'f

Thousands of people saw the unveiling The.; Times-Union of Saturday says. come in. Tote sure of the purity, you rausttttc, t

*"- -" .: of the splendid equestrian Philbrofen: located at Blac' point on .

statue to the memory of the late'Gen. the St Johns river, seven miles from ,

eral John B. Gordon in Atlanta Satur- Jacksonville has been selected as the ROYALS

{ ;}. ay. permanent camn site for the Florida '!

\ :Mr. N. C. Hall, station agent at Fort tate. troops. and a strong recommendation ... .,

_- Pierce who fell from a freight -car made to the legislature that I. Royal makes a difference in your home.-it difference in your'bealtb- : .,
broken leg sometwo the tract be .
\ sustaining: a purchased.The '
I) difference
= r weeks ago Is progressing very favor- selection and recommendation a ID your cooking. .' ,
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ably. was !;made by the commission appointed -

1 The big double turpentine still of by the governor two years ago for I l ROYAL b absolutely Pare

Holder & Knight at Citronelle, in Cit- the purpose of selecting a suitable site '4', 1.

rus county, w totally destroyed by for a permanent camp for the state .- ,

34"r fire Ft day nirht. There was no iusuranoe. troops.
The site selected Is within sight of .
Weekly Weather Report.. Rev. J. P. Hilburn formerly presiding at Sutherland succeeding Rev. W. S.
the city and is regarded as ideal and
L Alterations and improvements are JPPITEE, FLA.. May 28. 1907. elder of the Tampa district of Walker for several years president of
who have inspected it
military men
' in progress at. "Three Oaks," the winter Comparative statement of temperaturesand the Methodist church, has been 1edJ the institution who has resigned.BOBBINS .
home of Mr. and Mrs.W. A. Knight express the opinion that when it isput rainfall for the week ending' Tuesday ed president of the Southern CoHe! I !
in condition and fully equipped it 1907 1906 II I
on Oneida street. A sun parlor I i
.. will be the finest camp site In the Unit- DATE.UX.. MIN.I'X. MIS. '
among the improvements.The lay 22. 82 75 85 70
e i States. ..23. 85 75 80 72 LCCAS COCXTY/ i88- I
j new SL Andrews'' Episcopal The character of the ground is high 24. 83 73 88 71 FRANK J. CHEXEY makes oath thaf he is! GRAHAM
;,': church at Tampa was dedicated with and all along the riverside there are .44 25. 85 76 83 7 the senior partner ofthe firm of F.J.{'HIE NET I
.26. 85 72 88 72 o
'. ceremonies last Sunday.bRt & Co..doing business in the city of CO. f
impressive many large oaks and magnolias which 44 27. 84 73 84 70 county and state aforesaid and that TOledo'1 -? '. '"
: !Rev. William Crane Gray bishop lend to the natural attraction of the 28. 89 72 88 70 will pay the sum of One Hundred or (Incorporated Paid up Capital $25OOO.CO. t
Southern Florida. Total rainfall for the week .11 inches. each and every case of catarrh that cannot be This lands 1,
i, of / place. This tract of land embraces Departure rainfall for the week mines 1.30 cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE, 1 company owns
in the Indian River Connj -
Several growers have made a great ome 1,300: acres and the owner, Mr. nches. FRANK J. CUEXEY. I 'i. the St.Lncie River fat
Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st minus Sworn to before me and subscribed in tryon ,
success of celery crops at Ormond and Joseph H. Phillips\of! this city, has 1.29 inches. presence this 6th day of December, New River and on Bis-i ,
;' Daytona and it is*expected that next given the commission an option on the II. P. HA spur. cayne Bay.
Official in Charge. |{ SEAU}[ A. W. GLEASON
season will see a large acreage in that entire tract. The citizens of llack- -- :-"tary Public. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. '

section of Volusia county. sonville have subscribed $6,000 toward Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and Send for landlrtt.

The United States dredge boat Kis- the purchase price and it is under Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf acts of directly the system.the Send blood for and testimonials.mucous surfaces free- OFFICE*AT .

simmee is again in commission and is stood that the remainder"Is to be pat= yonr blood i is impure, thin, diseased,! F. J. CHENEY & CO,Toledo,Ohio. TITUSVILLE AND 1I1A11I.I .

at work on the Kisslmnree river between through the federal appropriations for hot or fail of humors, if you Katie blood --- - ---- -- -- -- -- - --r.
: I Southport canal and Isto xga the encouragement of the militia. so poison, eancer, carbuncles, eating sores, "
orofula, eczema, itching: risings and
Y '. creek. The appropriafloni for this that the state will not be called uponto bumps, starchy pimply skin, bone pains,

.section Is $12,000. make appropriation for the purr catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or -
\. chase of this proQgrty. Members of kin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm
The postoffice department.has B 'W tie (B. B. B.) Soon all sores heal, aches Why is it that the
commission who officers
1 decided not to grant DeLand free mail are military : and pains stop and the blood is madewire
have endeavored all along to secure and rich. Druggists or by ,
delivery. It is supposed !that the express blr,
this camp site upon such termsas $I per large liottle. Sample:' free by writing -
failure by the city to enforce the house would obviate the necessity of calling Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. B. B.B. 'I.
numbering ordinance, is responsible is especially advised for chronic, leep- LudwigPiano ,
upon the state for an appropriation. -'att'l it after all else fails.
for the decision of the postal authori- cases, as < cures 1

.- ties.The This was done because the legisla- JAMES C. SPELL -
Elevator Co
United Grain and ture is being asked to make appropriation -

is a new Jacksonville concern seeking for the state arsenal which is cOJ Physician and Surgeon'Phone / -

a incorporation with a capital of $250\ sidered by all members of the militiato 17TITUSVILLE .
It is said the company wJ ; .
000. be very necessary if the state troopsare ,
erect a large grain elevator at S01'J1epoint to be maintained upon a proper ba FLA.

$ on the St. Johns river near JackoD'll1e. sis.
.' spend a Pleasant preferred by those who are admittedly \

I The strike of the colored longshoremen A FACT a1f Hour the best judges of tone? The answer is

which had tied tr
Port Tampa
at ABOUT THE "BLUES" It is because who has
'. large shipments of lumber and phob I easy. everyone

phate. has been broken by a Jar; What is known as the "Blues"f
S f played the Ludwig knows that in it
r gang of Greek laborers which was sec > sei J J.TI occasioned by actual existing + t

down from Tarpon Springs after th,: : extsrnalconditions, but in the is embodied every artistic quality---that

close of the sponge season.In rat majority of cases by a dis-

the legislature on Wednesday :h arikre.1 LIVER. a. it:meets every demand of the expert required 1

House of Representatives voted to 1::
which may be demonstrated for the truest interpretation of
definitely, postpone the bill dividing
by trying a course ofT looking ever the HENRY BOSCH COMPANY t '
: Dade county and establishing the ne\ WALL PAPER uoiples at your music---that it possesses that inde-
county of Palm Beach. The vote stood own home-sitting comfortably in your

39 for postponement and- =t) against emzythair that way than You can by make ransacking better the selection Etora.Yon I scribable delicate charm which is diffi-

utt' sPills U. whole line-the latest
thrpugh the grer: nee > very
The bill was killed
J. W. Watson drsicns-the loveliest tint and richest cult to analyze, but which is designatedby
__ effort of Representative color effects including imported pattern.
EVerything good in waD papers in th.n.sch .
,of Dade. some musicians who thatit
Tiiey control and regulate the LIVER. line.It's appreciate
Last week Judge Minor S. Jones i economy, too-yoq get the lowest
They bringhopeand bouyancy to the
New York-Chicazo prices.
granted a divorce in the case of \label mind. They bring health and elastic- Will call hour with Bosch Sample Look can correctly protray every varying
any you name. I It
Y. Clarkson vs. Eric Mrs as ity to the body. them-not oror the to least your oLiin ti* rt's'ion content to emotion, as the "soul" of the Ludwig.
Clarkson was given the right 'TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. buy. It's our war of adrerbaicg -
sume her maiden name and granted t the Bosch Wall Paper

alimony to the amount of $5,300. These EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG. Sold by
young people were married about twO Y. W. ELDRED

months ago. It was a run-a-way marriage F.DUREN,Agent, The Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator

,the parents of the bride object- Scrimgeour Building Indian RiverMusic ,, '

ing.-DeLand Supplement. Florida and TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA ,t '

t On last Sunday Mr. J. S. Frederick ; -

picked from his grove a dozen or more \ WesternMeats HANDY MOTH PAPER'' House
fine peaches of the Jewell variety

''. '- ; while many others are now ripening. I) A moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed I, ...

Mr. Frederick has a number of thrive under carpets or in the folds of fur and Titusville

lag peach Jtres, but,says they do not sheets ing it drives in a packet away carriage moths and prepaid worry 10 cloth-I'
of all Kinds.
',' fruit prolificacy: on account of there Six packets 50 cents if druggist doesn't

being no season for them In this section \ Madigan Powder Work,Selection 846 -- ......
the trees blooming and putting TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA CIarke.vllte.lowat I

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FRIDAY MAY 31. 1907I ,. !

fJ 't < !y s -. .. two. f
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: : :: : Oldest Veteran of Seminols War. "{... I

Ei. :; ," <( '*tr iTEMSlNEWSIH S. oJ BEST FOR THE An exchange claims to have discovered '., ..

"::C.1t "' .;' the oldest living veteran of the ,

BOWS" Seminole in Florida but .. '
I't FAIR FLORIDA war ; an esteemed ;
: .. '
', ," If yon fcaren't a regular healthy movement)f tS. citizen of out city of West <.- :.' _- ;.a. __ .. t' ..1, lr
"\ 'f .L7' bowels every dar?yoa'r ill.r vlll be. Keep your Palm far have :;:: f ;,''4'+ _-_ ;
towards rfOweU ope&,and be well lorein lie shape ot so as we eve'heard : ; .. .; :: 1''r;!. : ,: :. .. ;
: .it. What is Being Done the DeL" violent physic or pill "" .....11. 1* daDccroD"The fully entitled to that distinction. ;hfi;; "'i'i"1if..t5"l::;j :: : ;1' ;: wli/r'; ..1J.--? r ,F.; t' .. .'
-. smoothest easiest moat perfect w ay of keeping '.I tU 'h: 11F,11il4rthui'\ ::41 j .: 11r..ntiry\ : .. ..- 3,_:..t4,,..t, -'- :; ; --h.
\ .,d ; nlopment of the Peninsula I the bowels Clear aDd clean is to take :Tbd exchange's claim Is as follows: 1.llll, ,, I.J", _ti ,: :>.,

;: ,,_. '! ';;'.;, CANDYCATHARTIC''' "Madison Horn a citizen of Watrous !f!Ij'p i; !'Jt'X'RCboose' l\ J\ Yeur Yields by Choosing Your Fertilizer lJ; .4 r
= f The American Natonl.t.B\nk! of Pens N M., is to be the only man _1 1.t. *

sacola will soon erect a splendid living who took part in the Seminole 'f'.Iflh\; \" You'll get a Timothy crop like that in the right .. .' _I, .
.ft ; .F t .
-i I'' !VIt, hand picture, if you ch in P-ensa-. Indian waf In Florida. 'Uncle Matt", a* $
'Jf 'f. '.twelve-story bank building ,, i'1 fir./ 'J';V)2 get a crop like that atthe ft.* if the soil is prur, _.,.fit '.
e he is known, was born in Boone counts y!4Af! iiA.s$! provided you choose a fertilizer containing SJ; of sPOTASH t

I.. :cola.The Horticultural Society' \ Mo. 1819. l li. 'ii/if!l, a '
State ''ii" .
l Xow while our honored citizen is t J. .'}! ... >
; '- b which closed its sesions last week in ': ".
: :: ia modest man, we have asked his consent i f\1 ,;. .
\( S, Petersburg, will meet next)ear
t ','\ EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY to publish the facts of his life connected \ To find how to get the bee results from irrowinf ,trruse r.- 5-
Gainesville 0 f a. Pleasant. Palatable Potent Taste Good Do with the Seminole in I 1iY/ and other f'rnps.riIC tor the'"Farmer GuWe." Sent free, y,dl
,' order
Good Never Sic icn.Weaken or Gripe: 10.b and war .11 l I though worth mum-Tile to +
'Jt "" Tampa's new city ,directory gives i 50 cent per box. Write for free sample and book to substantiate ,claims. t
>, t let on health. Address 423 our 'jf&.ff.\'tJ GERMAN KALI WORKS
.7 50.S93. The
: the city a population' I Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York. Judge Andrew J. Lewis, one of the \V.._ New 1.,11-93 Nassa. St., ar AtUoU.Ga.-1224 Cutter 8lil.

.f' this year shows an inerease of 11,4S5.i city
for many years was born 'n

: :_ .''. The Delray Canning Company's factory I the county who owns a team will use Charleston, S. C.. on the 15th day .if

:' z Is now at work on the tomato it and be delighted to do so. We vent- May, 1818, and when less than IS years I

rfJ '. ': crop and It is said the product Is so ure to say, with this road completed, of age he came to St. Augustine In

fine that orders are pouring In from. there will be an automobile line established tVbruary, 1SSC: as a private in the
;: all .parts of the country. between Kissimmee and First South Carolina regiment under

rt : !, The death occurred at ReadfieM. Daytona giving daily service. The the command of a Capti Henry. This Do You Want to Know All About the

t. (' '- lie., on Wednesday morning of Dr, road from here to Kissimmee is already regiment in company with a battalionof
;* : r. Sollace Mitchell, a distinguished physician in good condition for automobiles United States regulars under Gen. EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?

Lar -. .;' of Jacksonville. Acute kidney and a regular line is now established Uestis, and a South Carolina regiment

: trouble ,which defied the best medical between Kissimmee and San- tinder Col. Brisbane, marched from Sc.

r :' : the of death. ord.-Volusia County Record. Augustine to Tampa and bacK Especially regarding: Fruit Growing.Trucking and
f' )..f. skill was cause a
General Farming? If ta, subscribe for the........ ..
} ....' r'- Mr.' Goodie ,'who has ,the largest Mr. J. A. Thomas, of Gaiter, formerly At Volusia, on the St. Johns river,

f"'f' ;-4. _- peach crop about: DeLand this year, a correspondent of this paper, they had a battle with the Seminoles* FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.PRICE .

,'Vr/. :..b : made'the first'shipment to market last was' among the visitors in Ocala Sat under command of Chief Huchebille,
.r; -': :: '- 'Y* Saturday, sending off three crates. urday. He Js now an engineer it who was second to Osceola, In com ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE.

1Y-i l. ,r"--,'.. Regular shipments from all the orch- one of the Dunnellon phosphates plants: mand of the Seminole forces. In this HARRY I... BROWN. Bnsinesa Manager, St. Augustine, Fla

,:f.' / : .' Goodie will have some. :3,000 .or. 4,000 and says that the mining of phosphateIs battle, Huchebille was killed. He, 'behind E. V. BLACKMAEditor, Miami:, Tla.
*J- ... ,':1: crates.-DeLand Record. more whole than ever before, a tree, was trying to get a shot \
at a tall Alabaman sheltered behind
The temperance people of. Putnam and that the section of count

,'. in Citrus, south of and bordering on! another tree; simultaneously they got
county have completed an organization -

y .. : for the purpose of carrying onanother the "Wlthlacoochee river, is almost a arrack at each other, the Alahamianecehinp Florida East Coast RailwayLocal ;
ball in the
a fleshy of
"" "dry campaign In Putnam. Petitions continuous phosphatfj mine and that part

i t are now being, circulated asking within the past six months the prices the hip, and the Indian fell dead witha Time Card No. 70. In Effect April 9, 1901.

have increased from four and a half ball through his head. .
the county commissioners to cal SOUTHBOUND-READ: DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
nine and ialf dollars ton and After this battle the army continued
$ t. 5' to a ( per ,
f an election at an early date '
3&No.29t 1-
7a :No. 281)sily
:So. o.
on to Tampa
passing route the battlefield
that many properties formerly aban- en STTIOXS \
_,,) .. The San Mates Fruit Company Shipped of Major Dade where/the great 00 I Daily lllaily I Dail1'I""'"'
\ doned as worthless are now being min- 00 M -6l'JpM : ......
c about 50 boxes of grapefruit fast e r \n.Jack""nTillPn'\1 2sa K Sr'aa )
? ., ed and have developed extensive deposits Dade massacre took place. The troopsin t\ 6 o' n 2" '.:f, .: ......:outh Jaekcpucille..._._L r 7 I:I'III.AII, f"'" """1
week. This will have about 200 boxes """I 1 aAa IIIIV.AI! _._._-I. AuJ1tUnc...._..._ -- 6 lava i 40AM
One he says in particulai this campaign were accompanied c:: 7 5:0w it 15.4". ..._...,.._ Ila.tince...__. ..... I 5 2.1'1I; 6 4rw (t)
saore. One sample from this ,grove was of Mr. A. F. Spooner part of the time by Gen. Winfield S. """ Cd 8,0' it 3.u: I.. '..___..__ta l.alr..tka..Lv 5 II s, 6 25a 0
measured 21 inches around and weigh c: ll3aYl12Orl-; .\r ... l'aJatkll.--Lvl 44:4ei 5i10ar
which he was offering less than i. Scott. c 7 47Y Il n'W Lv_._. .... l'alatka_..__...ATI 5 pNi 6 &'AII .P'1 Z
) 1.-1"> ed 491-4 ounces. This size would only month for three thousand dollars Judge Andrew J. Lewis is also -v lI..). eh-er 32?., :r..___ .1n ;\Iateo.I.t' 8Aa:: r I 51eae'' r+
ago ......)
1 ._..__ ) _.A 9 45sepVr
; ," pack about IS fruit to the box-Item. 0'I _3.n'' 13.I:3I.; $an lateo. oi'It.2. """1
r and has recently refused an offer of veteran of the civil war where he ser 3.ryt Lb.L,Iuuelt,_'__'LT'4 ZM,6 3AII: (..1

The fast Spanish mail and passen- sixteen thousand dollars for it.-Ocala ed four years, retiring with the ranK ty r./J,.... phi's: 124t'( ]. .. __. ._,JtrponL_" 41be, :525&s ......) I"\.
.. .... 9 last 11t>'.r' _- _.__(IrIl"I1 ger steamer Alphonso XII, plying be- Banner. of lieutenant colonel, and today he enjoys t r./J..... 10 HAl i 12wa'' _.._.. Daytona__ 3"PM 4 I:niYci
.. :'tween-Havana, Cub'ap and Barcelona, -+- good health, and looks = 10 10,41 13Ta _"?: .()raDle..__ 3asn: 4cuY: ....,
anything ....__. .. .
..... .10 xP4_2_otc:.Ir. N I emfrna I\, 3 h..I... ":''
.' ".:.'.; 'Spain, is now'in the Spanish dry doer Sore NipplesA but the age he really)) is, although being t...... 1021&1"' 205: ,1a'., ._=...1.,::... Hplt'R _:......_:I.T,. J:'. I.pv.. -ri''Y1h
"- r r I') 3!' II. -I a- : : : \.11y I : ... fj I:"'"
be vfftrted l hy III !
at cum applyingChamberlain's C1
rudder may '
Pensacola having a new put nearly ninety.-West Palm Beach I.4rt"ie ,
Ji ttet------
,.... .4.N 4.&-1 Cty.. '_ ,] 6 1t y
Salve as ROOII as ills child t..... : : .n:
; in. The steamship became disable Tropical Sun. r .... 104 i'Mt 2 Ii>f: L\_..('\\ :--myrua-\r s 1"ne'4(Nil 0 I"o '\.
ii i lone nursing it off with soft 1
Wipe a 111PM: 2 :w l" __._I.ak 11111___. b! 2pv 3 -IUd =' .1
tit :: : in Havana harbor and, had to be towed cloth before allowing the child to nurse. = 11 r7, g i?1 .t....._Trisville..1..._.._ Lr::2- i 3 pMrt .
/ .: :, :, to Pensacola for the necessary rev Many trained nurses tl"t' this salve with r./J JlI'1IJj ,-1",1.\1..1; : r.I\ Jl.1!a... Mir."", W i
r :pairs. the: t lH"-t results Price 2-1: cent per box. Not if as Rich as RockefellerIf O 1-4 ri3Ira: It -:.,:," ia't .. .___._...-.:nf. nt ... .. -; 'r SEtrM 111bke == v

;''f' .r : 'sild by all dnurgi-t" and medicine deal you had all the wealth of Rockefeller: Gi" C I15:hl BI: st.v.. _.__._T.I1L\.ile_...... 'r 1K4! 3i'r
f t:! ":1.1 3 0"4! l oeoa .Lt j 2 :RAY ,
The committee to locate and U
purchase the tattanl oil <4 ]
era. magnate, you not .-. 11Moil
12 :; AI! 3 :; 'a", ".... ;: / 218a
lf, a permanent camp site for Florida" buy a better metlu-ine fir bowel complaint Cv' 1 orw 431 .. .noekIeIce."I 1.42: 5' 1 171.
7 The Gospel Truth. than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera o tJI: 1 ItsI! ;::?7n1 -- ,, t2atvYi I t :;;3 0
v .. State troops decided on Phillbro- I ;.j\1 511as _._ h8Sti1n.._ 11 rAM 12e.' po.-
(Tallahassee True Democrat) and Dianhuea Ileo>eily. The most eininent ,. _.._ __ :
',.' 1- b :!.I"yc 5 ;l'PM' Si. Lncie le :':"'11, 12 e.udG :
P ; fen, five miles from Jacksonville, on "The trouble about today physician mnnot'pre-cnhea better 4. a 0'AM' 6 Ip;; ..._F.rt l'i'rl'e__ III radar 11 ','.11 Z
4- '-'. the St. Johns river. The suburb is our country preparation for colic and diarrhoea, both c.. a ::" IiI' 6 :r.-rv ... _. ..__Tihhftlh._._ ". 10 IIIJ( iii :'(, Z
is the fact that it is cursed by too C) 3.5 r. it-e'- tJen.._.."_m_ J r lue II Ies-: ( E
': conveniently located on the Atlantic t fOJr children and a-hilts. The uniform ii Cl) :; : Ct1 r. lt3x4': '! .. ____Jen t'rt-.._., I iv r0r 11 I'.5. 0
much politics, and a strong sentiment uccei-s of this remedy ha shown it to he.Mijjeiior c1 : "/1/1 6.vii .. ___.....tuart...._......... ? t l'If' .s Iii ;"''sh
f ;. Coast Line Railway and comprises to all olheis"It: failand IIuM ; !"" .' __..111'e,..uur.J.___..... g-,Y 1'1 ,,.
!' .. 1,370 acres. The price has not been has arisen all over the country againstthis never +.4 4 ::;.Y 1 4tN -. ....._. ...We:,t JUT.itl r..__.._ 9t: IU If''II en
when reduced with water and t\eefned ......_, "I
political condition.-Jacksont ilia ..., ? 1\1: S J'-I h\\f'Oitl'ml':<'arh. x lay
made public. II' pleasant to take Every: family *-h'ni'd! : l ;nr "t! '! -- r ',nton -....-_-. 8 !.w .Q: C
\ Metropolis.That be supplied with it. Sold! "bv all drnjrm-ts Qj ri :, ::...11 bR..x, :: -.... ..-;' .ray_...._.... S 1'w R ... pp ::
f' .' The new Unitarian church at Wet and medicine ; \0-4. idol...... ; :' Sir 9 9 ;: : _1"10 ,C qrdalc__ : 7 !'f.:11: : :: '6I .,J 4J
is putting a "heap in a little deaer! .04 :.r 9t .,,. .... nla 7 (
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Tampa just and about : ::s :. : "
completed -a or "much in small space" and tells the : : Ig : .. Jlr : s : : =i. := Iri
J.Jt M I' .M : :::..::: (;.q-.:= 6 :4r (j...a P-
*. be dedicated was destrojed' li)' fire, truth well. But is It not time a substantial New York ;..:.! I-i-I '. :"e' h0 ._)lilnalf.v.; 5-s'' a t:)
Quotations.The .
.' early Sunday morning causing loss \ I..x .__ t.\ :____.)U.mL\.. __....... :. ...' : tI'a
x. a should be fort __._. .
remedy applied ::', M.ihmrtee'1 :Lv .. _1tArIaagyc .
r ..Ie- following quotations on Florida :;: : :::::
: ..... of $4,000, there being no insurance. ; ? Has not the time about arrive 1 : "..,J.t :,un.tItJ.
"1As products in theew York market
are e
there had been
no anywhere for cutting polities! :out of our most important ... ISO,1' 'So.I.I.
given b\ the Packer or Saturday. :::1" -1 I I.
about .the thj Co 211ril'Ao.ti 50.15 ,0.1" No. No
si !
; building the cause of public affairs? Shall politicsbe -. d ail, :: rtt. d
'1.rOr.T JIItMCU
.. conflagration is a mystery, although: allowed forever:' :v to interfere wTIta fine There Florida was tomatoes an extreme on the scarcity market of 'onlytMily -.:.n.. .DeihlIgily: '1! ,SunDatt: '' Irony Itchy. Uaj

,> many think it was the work of an in important legis'.tion\as evidence o: 9 tMI6"1f.po' PIf tecu 10' "Lv....._ ,j.. -onvcite...._..Ar7 l.' ..s: i.JI 1 sew;uoa y:2rw: '
cendiary. this week. The receipts generally 9 t' ,s. Ort7 # Ji ka'nvife _.Ar6i:'! : i.' s 91g1
:It every day now crop )ut, and lo wo '<) :: r:'7 t':'? f frT t r'sy I A:-rM'ji i'> Ikach.Ar' 2":.; i-'; h: : 7.:, hod $
1 fl.: The title to valuable tract of Ian were fairly heavy ar.-i the bulk of arrivals :;: ---: :>- "i. i ltfI... I., ._a.t-: .:e beac __..Ari'l'.:"7 :; L I .Y3 I. 11 A.,
a not seen "earmarks" of ity in many old from $Lu to $:.;) a crate I r :Alt .7_:;;-... r'...! 4i.Oa 11 .5_at:____,_.._ 3'eprt..:........--L r:.0 :u: 'd_.a I_ .,:" (I.Pit ttlrr
1 on Stock Island has passed from Mrs. measures that have been taken before -
R' I with the very best bringing: $S. It IQZ&UK: MAD GCQDEMAl!) SIE.4MSRIP C8NK ICTWr1S AT lUll.
Euphemia Maloney, to the piomote the legislature, and others that are ,
.. was no trouble at all to get $3 and
-i ". of the Florida Keys Land "Co. As still pending, those providing for I?>4U--
f sometimes $:;.:;0 for fine tomatoes. Close CCCM;'ica ISzd at KL-r.i with! Steamships of th P. & 0. !:. S.
;i soon as the survey is made and the ance Commissions and School Book
Beans and other green stuff frora
lines given several acres of the land Commissions do thty not all look to Florida KEY WEST AND HAVANA.Trains .
were >ery poor in quality.Beans .
will be put on the market and an effort securing opponents for political workers -
Ij : sold under) a.wide range, from Discharge Passcujrers at Chip's Si ie. No; Traa-sFers.
will be made to develop it at once. and building up of political machinery "
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a> ctnts to $ Stock is showing th-
The town to be located there has already to she more latitude to political 7hr.eltaeTables how th'tivcatwhdI'nitavie. i ,-('Ml.. t'lerfivcatani dtjartK
defects of the dry weather and them "'."ItIe'S'.t: -tati'.nhnttSeru, : : .d! ri' I'' !"- *<-- been named Flagler after Florida's henchmen that will cause things to ..rt..thl ;'q ..nytobehi'''1 r<''iM':_ ut; <.n:: :; -:. rnry '.'ire,,'. r.. routingiherefix,..;.
was a great deal of it s:>o poor that it _
great benefactor. The plans of be "cursed bj too much politics"
CCTImore was turned down by the receheis aal For Copy of the LOCAL 1IMII CAI'.D or Other Informatioa J
the company will be male public in a than of yore? To !he brief ann,
had to be taken rare-of b\ the i
r few dajs.-Key West Citizen. to the point, is it not about time for "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.

Starke honey bees are worse than the better clement of the democratic potation l companies % J. D. RAiiMIR! ; Asst. Uca'l Pass. Agent, ST. AUQUSTLNE, FLA.
Peas also the
were very poor and ,
the worst of Starke mosquitoes, ac party to select for all the offices 'rom
:1\t'rae brought Sl.oO toCncrtrnlers $2.25.;

cording i1 Edwards and D. F. justice of the peace in the counties to were about steadar

'.1 :McDonald of Lake Butler who made the governor's ofice, the very best and: $J.-:; to $:.f"1.;: Peppers' sold a' ::::.:>.)

a trip over this way last week to secure purest men-men who will be above for the be t.Thf'fe OF SEA ROUTES

a hive of bees Whil' returninghome political schemes and jugglery, and QUEEN
't are few if any F.oii-Ia! o.;',":;''-
a jolt of the wagon turned the who will work for the general and best toiiiing.

hive over and the top came off. The interests of the whole people, who win! .
Grapefruit is steady at $1 to $:;. In

' I two men on the seat were soon swinging think and act less as to how' it will some instances! it is selling up to $*,.:'n+

I their arms and: breaking for the help and affect our politics. Let the Most of the offerings; are stocK that Merchants r, & I Miners Steamship Lines

.... -l'. woods. Mr. McDonald soon gathered days of the political chemers and has been held here and the dam receipts ,
:'- up enough courage to pick up a knot bosses be brought to a clobe. : are growing lighter rapidly

i and beat on the wagon box. He .succeeded _.
If You Don'tthe -- -- SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA. f fWaShingtoni

.l- : in getting the bees lined again el first time A Hard Debt to Pay ,
nee n<** Ilerhine and
.. and during the remainder of the trip
yon will get: instant relief. The srmitwluer -t "1 owe a debt of pratitii-le that an Connections for-

i Edwards held down the top of the box. regal; lr tor. A positive cure for ron newer be !paid nil,'' writer<< S. Clark, of I

; tc -Starke Telegraph. etipation. dyspepsia! i malaria chili and \Ve tfield. Iowa. "fur 01rt' ut> tr.'ni :

.i all liver complaint' Mr C-, ofKmory: death hy I>r. Kin;:', New nIo"Wt't\ New York and Boston.
t The hard surface between Dei'
road ,
Texas writes wife
"My been :
: ; using Both Inn ::' were so seriously afWteiJ that
v Land and Daytona wi'l, when completed Heroine for herself and children for thejears. death teemed immirwnt,-\\Ien I o IUI'

-1 I ', be a most popular thoroughfare It i is a sure cure for constipation merited taking New Iris-,,\'efTb omI- Through tickets on sale at III'ilitil'allloilits.'

and one of the famous public highways and malaria' fever, which is substantiated nous dry harking: w:2h;: quit before the Accommodations and cuisine
r by what it has done for my family. first bottle was used and two more Jf.t- iiitsiirnasseiT.! << .
' of the State. It will be known bold: by lied Cross Pharmacy. ties made a complete ('Irt'pthin;! SEND FOR BOOKLET.

J throughout the country, especially b> ha ever equaled New IiM-o\ery for
o.A. s T ORI1L.
t tourists who spend their winters in toughs, colds! and all throat and' lung II.( C. VERY, Com'IAgcnt Jacksonville.
the Kind Voa Ha 8 Alaavs; ; ,
Bean the _; BcsghtSlgaature :: ; complaints." Guarantee! hv lied CrosPliarmacy. *
k4 Florida. It will be the automobile ;) J. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. & T. M,
7. Oc. and $l.p Trial bottle w. P. TURNER, P. T. M,
road of Florida, though every man in # free. GENERAL OFFICES BALTIMORE, MD.

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R.-' { ;;:'- I SCIENTIFICComing I

'.ii.interorting' Phenomenon Witnessed on Was the Word of an Old Confederate
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.'i.XOAli.,ft" oj.:_ The West Coast. Soldier. Polar Expedition :; ==:; ;:

;" "'.. :-.., (Tarpon News.) ((Tampa Times.) Dr. Frederick A. Cook, tie explorer wa..ww.1
of Brooklyn has
nearly completed a
1gf On last Saturday at about 8:00 a. m. t Among the Indictments presented
< number of automobiles designed for
,;:t : our citizens before the recent adjournment of the
't.i were treated to a rare use In the sooth polar region. He

'", IY _spectacle in this section of country federal grand jury was one against expects to use them In making a dash

,t ;.;' and one that occasioned no little unIt Col. Frank E. Saxon of Brooksville over the ice pack. The details of" the ., For Infants and Children. a

!> :easiness as to what the results might who had for more than twenty years design have not been published but

=E be. At this hour the sky was over- been clerk of the circuit court of Her- It is understood that the automobile The Kind You Have
will be fashioned :
;: cast by dark and angry looking clouds nando county, and who was one of the ...,. .*.,,"\,>!. ,

which threatened a heavy squall and most gallant veterans who, ever left {Jtlt.: t.l5: .'J',1, teat like so a motor that =
observors watching It progress from Florida during the civil war. The indictment good speed can Always Bought _

the north west saw a monster spout is in regard to some and r be made either AVegebWePreparationforAs-

suddenly form on the Gulf and with a another tree;, simultaneously they gota 9' on land, Ice or s Imitating theToodandRegulating *

roar and frightful velocity advanced crack at each other the Alabaman ', water. the Stomachs andDowels Bears the <

c toward shore where It struck at a receiving a ball in the fleshy part of f During the .
{ coming season t
:, point about one mile southwest sf matters, the details of which are not -
another polarexpedition Signature ::
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town., known. .'\f. Is to -

Mr. John Hill who lives'over the.' Following the presentation of the indictment Dr. F. A. Cook. be started from Pr'OmotesDigeslonCheerful't -tOpIutnNorphine -

Bayou heard and saw It coming and i Deputy Marshal W. A. John Paris, headed by M. Benard. the objectof nessandRest.Contains nor Mineral.neither 0NOTNARCOTIC. f >'

ascending to the top of his house and son was sent to Brooksbille to arrest which, however, Is not to discoverthe

watched Its course and destructive! Col. Saxon. The old gentleman whois north pole, but to secure certain ,;.
scientific information. .. Jgf-
work as It passed a short distance known and beloved in every sectionof F6Iitr
; At the same time it Is announcedthat '
, south of him. :Mr. Hill describes Its Florida was busy at work in his office the British rOl4ZTS4Ml72.1'I1'CI/ER '. )
f'" expedition to the south -
"1.: .. action as most terrific sparing nothing when the officer put in appearance pole under Lieutenant Ernest II. Shac- rlmn.=J. ,'

t in its path. Trees 2 feet and and notified him that he held a warrant kleton will start about July ;0 and thatIt AJUUSJtiAnutSot .

more !n diameter were twisted and for his arrest. will make use of automobiles. These % In I ''-.r
Jlfrermut -
, .; torn into fragments and in some cases "All right," said Colonel Saxon ,'111 will have different sets of wheel, and .JI.SJ. j .

;, the entire trunks weighing thousand: be down to the train when it pulls the car will carry only the chauffeur "., .f.d- -
it being used only as an engine to draw
iv of pounds wee hurled a distance of out for Tampa. Got any more warrants UseFor
the train of sledges. Ponies will betaken -
two hundred yards or more. to serve?" ApcrfectReme&y for Constipalion -
along for use In case, the machine
< The course of the destroyer was "Yes. I'ye got warrants against three breaks down. ,Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,

southeast and just before reaching the: negroes and need a little help in finding Self Loading Mauser Rifles. Worms.Corrvulsions.Feverishuess OverThirty t

A. C. L. railway track it rose in the them" replied Johnson. Herr Mau!'(r, the inventor of the and LOSS OF SLEEB .

4 air descending again as it neared "Let me see the warrants" demanded rifle which bears his name and who ')facsimile
Lake Butler which it crossed taking Colonel Saxon; and they were im- still lives at Dusseldorf, Germany, announces & & E
-y' up a large volume of water and disap- mediately forthcoming. that he has invented an improved & Years

peared. in the distance. 'Why, they're my niggers; said the mechanism by which the weapon NEW

These water spouts are occasional grizzled old veteran; "you just give is automatically reloaded from a Atb months old
cartridge chamber after tirin lIe
} seen on the Gulf of Mexico off> this me the warrants and I'll have them &' JJDOSESJ5CENTSEXACT I _
thinks that
all modern armies will be
coast during the summer season and the train promptly. compelled to adopt this improvement.POLITICAL CASTO RIA

instances of narrow escapes of vesselsare "But they live In the country and
narrated but it Is very rare that there'll be some expenses attached to I
, the land is visited by these disturbances getting them. The government will rite ctirr..COMPANY new: vonn crr .

; 1 the fact being that no disturbance stand the expense," declared the of- .

] of this fi Cannon Now For Revision.
; nature has visited any cer

t of,the towns on this coast since they "Do you think that I am not able That Uncle Joe Cannon, who as

have become such. to own a horse and buggy demanded !speaker of the house has been knownas __'""\ ___ __ ______h __
the bulwark of stand-patism, would
In connection with the advent of the the old man; followed by: "You quit run for the presidency as a tariff revisionist

i "cyclone of last Saturday It may ba worrying for I'll bring them down was asserted at Chicago by his

mentioned that Its visitation is attributed for you." .close friend, Senator Hopkins who fa

t (by some) to the effects of the *True to his trust Colonel Saxon had: ,himself a candidate for re-election on y! BOTTLES

1" drought which,has existed here for the the three negroes with him when the I the same platform. He says that Cannon 3 FREE
; six train rolled I has admitted all along that some
j past months. in, and upon reaching
schedules needed revision but held
:, Be this at is may it Is certain Tampa last night his first task was -7 Whiskey[
that none should" be touched until the :
>. the wind was followed by a rainy day to find boarding places for his ebony- I whole list could be altered consistently.This ,

the first one since last October and hued trio. "Don't you put these nlggers he thinks should be done after the A3u
t tiJ
If these winds will only confine them in jail" he said "for they belong to next Republican victory.

selves to tearing up trees outside and me.'" The "niggers" didn't go to jail Monopoly Curber Passed. 6 Full Quarts fotn QC

remote from human habitation they and there is no danger of their doingso With only six votes in the negativethe f/f/i \ Carolina Whiskey Only V t. 0 J

i will be welcome.He as long as their "master" can get New York senate passed the long y

bond in any sum for them. contested measure! designed; by Governor j.' Carolina Whiskey will give excellent Mtiifkction. It is a well aged ..
Fought at ;' '; article and in our estimation. far superior to the decoctions and mixtures ..
Gettysburg Colonel Saxon will probably be taken Hushes to bridle the biff;: public J'I'I iIT 11'1 I Bold by irresponsible mail order whiskey houses at $3:.00 to $3.50
t David Parker of Fajette, N. Y, who up before Judge Locke this after- service corporation of the state. It I II 14 II, per gallon. \V e make a special price on CAROLINA WHISKEY to show
lost a foot at Gettysburg writes: "Elec had been previously passed: unamnniH- I that we are not afraid of any kind of Competition! Our plants l cover fourteen
noon and will either be placed undo _ acres making the largest mail order whiskey house in the world.
, { tric Bitters have done me more goods
F ly by the assembly, and the few slight
than any medicine I ever took. For rev bond or allowed freedom on his own I
s changes made by the senate were con- 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE.
eral years I had stomach trouble and paid recognizance Colonel GeorgeIartiti, eurrcil in by the lower hou:e. This Send u* $2.95 and we
out much money for medicine to little will ship you by express 6 full quarts of Carolina Whiskey and we
purpose until I began taking Electric A. M. Wilson and other prominent citIzens bill creates commissions to be appointed I I I \1I.lIlInciude in same box,complimentary a sample bottle of each
of Brooksville down with by the governor to regulate the affairs "Zulieka. ," "Gold Band" and Casper's 12 Year Old-White Corn.
i Bitters. I would! not take $',00) for what came
have dore fr nw.' Grand tonic Colonel of corporations both in city and I
they Saxon and they with scores of I S i SPECIAL NOTICE We deliver the above express prepaid anywherein
'. for the aged and fur male weaknesses" old-time Tampa friends are unmerci- state. In Xework city the rapid North Carolina. Virginia and West Virginia but customers living
Great alterative and body builder; slue transit (commission will he superseded" in other states reached by Adams or Southern Express Companies
for lame back and weak kidneys fully guying the old gentleman about must remit 50,; extra. Buyers east of Mississippi River residing on
cure [>y one of theenJor's choosing. The
some other express lines must send $3.95 for the 6 quarts and 3 sample
1 Guarantee by fitd_Crass' Pharmacy. obe. being "pinched. The negroes arrested new (commissioners will have vast ant bottles and we will prepay express. Remit cash with order and address!

i, 4 ----- have probably been with Colonel lonty. their consent being neqessary i' !s THE CASPER CO., Inc., RoanoKe Va.

That Hicpochee Dam. Saxon for forty years, and while hey to all bailees; in equipment, franchises ,f +ill (Ab.WnntM-<*-,".Co) Onmcrf*,!\.Kettmtrnt Dtrtfllfry K. S.5,\th))j...,Ta t
I All vbbklt under mrTrl.l of C H. (Kfir.r. ..J rwrmotexl para mdcr UM -
(Fort Mjers Press.) would otherwise be scared out of their stark issues, regulations a-j to labor, 1' > <
I v A telegram received by the Press wits, with "Marse Frank wid 'em they schedules, rates mergers:, etc. They

' from" Representative Frank J. Wilsoi ain't scart of nuttin." The feeling can order more cars or motive power
when needed, compel erection of siding
on Tuesday, conveyed the good new existing between the old war horse Hill fair dealing to all alike:

' i tbat the bill for a lock and dyke at and the negroes is a fine illustration I'reizht: bulks must po without break

Hicpochee canal had passed theihouje of the love borne by master and slave to tli'ir destination, and no railroad Do not suffer

that morning.' This bill has already for each other prior to the war. maj hare an advantage over any other with severe'

and In the transfer of through frelht.:
teen passed by the senate now
Painful AccidentMr. Legal action brought by the commission Headaches
cily awaits the signature of the governor
John W. Morrisonwho .
an has precedence over all other cases '
'f to become a law. The bill appropriates t-mplove at I..indsey Bros: sawmill erupt election! matters. when

_; $23,000: to be expended by the suffered a most excruciatingly l painful There are to l I" two commissions of

Board of Internal. Improvement Trustees !- accident here la>>t Friday. lIe ha'1 five iiifiuliers each one for the big city
'i to build locks in the Hicpochee and the other for the rest of the state
, driven town for a load of hay anJ
canal and to throw a dyke across Cacti memlxT will receive Siri.itN salary ,
r up
had started hack to the mill with it,
, ::1 that to hold back ; counsel for each, ?10.fHN. ami s..r-
the valley point
";' when beyond: the Midland railroad, retary. $,;.(1(111. Five years: i ito be the
i the water in periods of high water. I:
west of town the mules he was driving term of olhce Each commission must
i :; is in the interest of the people of the
became frightened and shied to rcpiirt nnnuiily to the governor

; '. Caloosahatchee valley, and by this one side throwing him from the top Foraker Defies Officeholders. _- 4hy di "

' plan it is hoped to prevent prolonged of the load to the ground. In fallira Senator Toraker promptly challenged TApUC MAlRK r

.. ) flooding of the lands along the river Morrison's: right foot struck first. the right of the Ohio state oTi vs to Will Cure You

until such time when Lake Okeecho- and broken at the ankle, the bone bind him or any other Republican to -
The liver is the for the hole .
main-sprint brn.y.ri TT ;
bee shall be permanently lowered. coning out through the flesh and sticking supi'ort Secretary Taft for tine presidential good health, one must keep fhp r : ( -

. : This is one step in the right directionbut into the ground two or three inches. noLimation He bail always a regulator i3 needed. Brace : ti t,
this should be followed up now supi" "st-i th:it party organizations werenot dition it should bo and you will not Butter from In dtiatint e. _
- He was brought into town and carried the IHTV lJII:11 lrlIIt'ruor in'Ii\"ttU-!

on the part of our citizens to induce to :Mr. Lindt-ej'o house vre his als and he made no pretcn-km to co !. A POSITIVE CUREFOR

I the Federal Government to deepen foot was attended to by Drs. Winn an.I trolling: tilt state lie resented h prtuliriy :,..

and straighten the Upper Caloosa Hicks and!1 at last accounts he was doing the dictation of State rhainnin CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND
sandbars Brown and I H'rn-tl u'>ti<' .> tli:::.t I lihnce ..
hatchee and to rem \e the many \
as well as could be expects!.-Kis' FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA _
for the "'mil I Imined 1.-
< : presidenty vv
that have formed in the sharp simmee Vallej Gazette.
'.1 bends of the river. The government .. ---- bv the he\t Ohio Ktpunh! 'an\
convention This meanthat all talk
engineers are to make survey of the For Over Sixty Years
of Taft-Foraker harm>ny ix at ..1nd Has Done A World Of GOOi
, entire river with a view to improvingthe Mrs Windows' vxitluns: vvrup ha* and the senior"rotor; mtem's to op,

same, and tiiis matter should be been u-etl for over iIt"t>ar bv :uilion9! j.0t' Tart .l '!gates:< in every di-trirt Mrs. C. I). I'hilley, Marble Falls, Texa writt'i dire
y brought to the attention of the engin- of mother for their (children. while teething used llerbine and find it the best liver comcim1 have ever
Two Cent Fares In New York.
with pt.'rfrt.FnCC\>:os. It soothes the tried. It dono my family as well as myself a world of god, t
f cra. child often the aUaaill'ain :.T t9 the New York state sent "
gums Uy and I recommend to all irsy friends. I ii;>cr: fsuHur attar
-, ---- --- cures wind colic, awl i* till best remeilv voted for the bill already pa-M.d by headaches anymore." 4

Stop GrumblingIf for diarrhoea. It will relieve the errorlittlesntfererimmediatelyr the nsM.iablv. to Compel railroads: over sUe WILL BUY IT. r
suffer from rheumatism or sold bv dru_
you painsfor : -
15; <) miles! long to carry passengers It
Iiallard's :Snow Unint'nt will bring eistsinevervpartof the worM. Twentyfive -
quick relief. It is a Mire cure for sprains, n cent a bottle IV suieand ask for the uniform- rate of two cents a mi't". Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
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, rheumati, contracted muscles and l all ")Iri'. \\' n Io\\'s Soothing Syrup; ,'and

,. pains-and within the reach of all. FruvJoe. take IIO o!li"r k'nd.! niarantwl under Appendicitis 500-502 N. Second St. ST. LOUIS MO.
., 50c., $1.00C.. R Smith, Tenaha the fold and lrn}!a art, June JOth: l'O! I;' due in a large measure! to abn8 of ,
the liowel, bv employing drastic r>nreitive !; -
Tex., writes: "I have used Ballard's Serial number Ifr-H:
Snow Liniment in mv family for year !". To avoid all danger u..e only I>r.
I and have found it a fine remedy for all CA.STOn.XA., Kind's New Life Pills, the safe, srnil
Tin Kind Yog Hare Recommended
riwajs Basff; by
pains and aches. I recommend it for Bean the / clean=ep and invigorators Guarantee
pains in the chest" Sold by Red Cross i! filature: ..I-- I to cure headache, r>ilion"nes=, malaria .
Ybarma y. of I yt and jaundice, at Red Cross!' Pharmacy 25c. Rod: Cross Pharmacy

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4 : :: 8 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MAY 31, 1907 $1.r !

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LIPP Practical Shoemaker. Forty CITY POINT I JAMESPEITCHAED,President. W.M.BROWN,Vice-President.
yean experience; all kind of repairing WINSTON S.BEANNINO. Cashier.
done ce and cheap; also ladiea'and men's Mr. Chas. H. Maddox and sister, 7ithe;
shoes made to order..
Miss Lizzie, left ort Wednesday for

-4. their home in Atlanta. Mr. M., who Indian River State Bank ;
: : has been an invalid for some-years, t. :
was in much better health and the
COUNTY :CEFOsrronyAuthorized
JEWS NOTES hope is entertained of his complete
J ;r Capital,$100,000; Paid-np Capital, 125,000; Average Deposits, $200,000
t d recovery.. I TRANSACTS A
:i ": it's time to act! No timeto '
Little Happenings That Help to Mrs.
: Thomas and daughter, Miss

I the Weekly newspaper Cora, who have been spending the study, to read, to experiment GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS j

+3 _-- winter with their relative, Mr.Chester -: You want to save your >>

COCOA left on Thursday for their homein I hair: and save it quickly, too! LARGEST OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER

I Washington. They expect to return So make, your mind this
I : up
.- Mrs. S. 0. Wade, who has been Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated.
quite ill, is much better. in the early fall.Mrs. very minute that if your hair Prompt service polite treatment and every favor consistent .

", Weather has been pleasant this W. B. Hentz, whose serious ever comes out you. will useAyer's with conservative banking granted I
week with northerly winds. illness at the time of leaving here a Hair Vigor. It makes CORRESPONDENTS:

I year ago prevented her from accom- the scalp healthy. The hair Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, New York City;The Atlantic National Bank ,.
Mr. A. H. Trafford is in charge of of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida
had panying the doctor to Brazil, has so stays in. It cannot do anything -
the bakery once more, having a
t> month's vacation which he spent at far improved in health that she recently else. It's nature's way. TITUSVILLE; FLORIDA. .
sailed for Rio de Janeiro. The
The best kind of a testimol1ial- --- ----
his place at Georgiana.Mr.
doctor and she expect to spend next "Sold for over sixty year." '
W. E. Booth is busy making E. L. BRADY & BRO. .
winter at.City Point. b74.. U.Lye?eo. Lowell.xaS0 ,
tx y... ; concrete blocks for :Mr. Fiske's new
t l.. '. Mr. Hendry is busily engaged shipping AJfla4. .
buildings. ors PILLS. Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products. .
The fishermen are fishing duringthe fine egg plants, cucumbers and CHEMY PECTO>ZtL ,
\ tomatoes I We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
day at present and are making in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices oo
good hauls. Passing through the various or- Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E.L.BRADY&BBXTmr8YlLE,FLA. t

Jf'k it is difficult realize WILL CANVASS THE STATE ----
4 Mrs. Chas. Morant and baby, of ange groves to -------- ----- -

Chicago, arrived last week on a visit the recent severe strain on the trees s. y N"R. N" "
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Governor Broward Inch Dissatisfied ,
her Mr. and Mrs. J. D. from the long drouth, now broken, Yery y
to parents,
as all have a healthy color, have put Work and Groceries Hay, Produce: lrl and
Hatter, of City Point. on a fine new growth and an amountof With the Legislative Staple Fancy : ; all Kinds,

x ? The beach'party arrived home on The following telegram to the
fruit that promise of
gives an excellent VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY
'Sunday having had a pleasant outing I
crop for next season. Tampa News from Tallahassee:; will !
a at Camp Dixon, Oceanus. :interesting to Floridians: TItus"Vi.lle.: I; : F1.orl.c1.a.:

Mrs. E. A. Abney and little daughter ----- ---------- --- ----
Mr. Wm. Hindle is finishing his Governor Broward's dander is up.
arrived some days ago from Jacksonville r=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr-r-rr-1r=Jr-rr--rr'rrr J
I building, which will be used as a He has been expressing himself. He

-, bakery and ice cream stand. It will coming on account of the proposes to have an extra session of BOAT CO.

i' be a neat looking store. sickness of the little girl, who is already the legislature-but not until he has TITUSVILLE

t : The foundation for Mr. T. G. Ron- much improved._ u_ _ had a chance to commune with the installed .,
The school will close Motors and'repaired by expert engineers
_ I public Friday. pepple. .
; t' aId's dwelling is under way on the > w
a The scholars and their parents are all The governor was heard to deliver
river front lot, which he recently Marine: :RailwayLaunches .
much pleased with Miss Whit-
purchased. very himself to a knot of listeners recently -

Mr. F. Aldrich is improving his acre's work, which has been a suc- to the effect that if certain acts in carefully stored for the summer months
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cess. All hope she will be with us the interest of the people are not en-
neat fence.
place by putting up a I rr Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=r=Jr= r=rr-rrr=r Ji'EJ
X A again next winter. acted by this legislature, he will, immediately r-.r f
:, Dr. Lincoln is having a fine houseboat ---------
Albert Mathers and the adjournment of
.t, built the boat family spent upon
at Gingras yard.
Jas. Pritchard & SonTitusville
Sunday with Robt Dunham, comingup the present body, begin a campaign
"t Nearly all the school boys are on his fine launch. throughout the state to arouse the Fla.

working during vacation. They all people to the necessity of such legis- ,
Chas. R. Tarter returned on Tuesday .. Agents for the
seem.interested and attend to busi-
lit from his ten days' outing on the I lation.
_( b, ness. beach. By such legislation, it is presumedthe Original T & M Reversible
Indianola was well represented in I
meant drainage and
Cocoa Saturday to speed Mr. and Do You Love franchise governor tax. !! MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES

..'.f' Mrs.R. S. S. Grant and daughter on your baby? You wonder why he cries. When he has succeeded in educating Thoroughly covered by patents
: :' their way to Scotland. We wish Buy a bottle of White's Cream Vermifugeand the people by means of the The Engine that Runs Without Repairs
he will babies have .
; them pleasant never('ry.Inst
a voyage. -- --
worm, and the mothers don't know it. threatened campaign, the governorsays '
i Miss Mary McLeod, of New SmTna White's Cream Vermifuge rids the child he will have the people in the These motors are safe and reliable and

e. is the guest of her brother ancfamily of worms and cleans out its system in a counties instruct their senators and can be operated by alcohol or kerosene
', pleasant way. Every mother should with as good multsas by lining gasoline
t ; 0i Mr. and Mrs. M. McLeod. keep a bottle of this medicine in the representatives and he will then call f

: : Mr.and Mrs.John Gore and daughter house I With it, fear need never enter an extra session which will do some- '
her mind. Price 2:>c. Sold, by Red Cross
; arrived this week to make their [Pharmanv. thing. NEW CASH GROCERY STORE

'. home in Cocoa once more. Mr. Gore The governor's campaign will

) t will resume his old position in Mr. EAU GALLIE probably be on the order-of his late '
,.I Jones' store, Summer weather and some show drainage campaign. HAY, GRAIN, FRESH FRl'Ilv! AND VEUKTAIJLE3

z Mr. Richard LaRoche, of Courte- ers. We buy as low as possible! and j-ell for cash; therefore eell the cheapest.
I has the from White Fly Disappearing I/x>k over our Mock and get our prices before buying.
F nay, purchased cottage Fishing with the hand line is the
:Main and streets
Mr. E. W. of Hopkins
Berger, entomologist
Mr. Hammond on the river road profitable amusement just now.
This is the experiment station, departmentof G- :EJ:. 33C3Z3ja.TH cfe GO., .,E ,
near Mulberry street. a veri'
Manatees almost
desirable location as it is near the the waters of are our seen harbor lately.daily agriculture, was in New Smyrnatwo TITI>VII.LE, FLORID Il. J

a -y' central part of town. weeks ago looking over orange
F ......' Mrs. Frank Houston is visiting groves to determine their conditionas =r=Jr=Jr=Jr= c=re.r=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=-

.' Mr. Robert LaRoche, of Courte- friends in Eau Gallje for a few weeks. to white fly and was surprised to l. C. C. Matthams. President T V. Moore. Secretary .f.
has the Setze Crutchfield & Woolfolk
nay, purchased property. Her E. P. Porcher
residence is Miami
present ,
find so little larvae on trees that General Agent F. O. B. and in Transit Sales AgentsIndian
This is one of the finestresidences
where Capt. Frank is employed on \\ereinfestedwiththefly last \
i in this vicinity. the E. C. L. extension work.: In other sections of the state the I River and Lake forth

t Mr. H. J. McGinnis of Savannah
The of in
Coyote, Rockledge, was white fly is disappearing and it is

was town Wednesday looking over our harbor Tuesday. thought the cold last winter had

his grove and town property. Mr. Commander. S. Benson, U. S. something to do with their disappearance1 Pineapple Growers' Ass'nTO
McGinnis has field the
a pineapple on
navy, was here Monday. The com- though this is not the opin- II
St. Lucie river
and has just returned
i mander went to Canaveral early ion held by Mr. Berger. SHIPPERSWe i
from there.
} < Tuesday morning and inspected the -- report from actual sales on 12 carloads a* follows: Three i iI

fK Messrs. F. Fisher and F. Bryant light at the entrance to the Eau Gal- Sciatica Cured After Twenty Yearsof I cars netted grower on 24s to 3Ct $2.50 a few 42 going in at same 4 I II
t have purchased the ice factory from TortureFor net, other 42s $1.571-2 net, and the other 9 cars all the gas to 3t1.J
lie river on his return. more than twenty years Mr J B. netted 52.25ith 42s netting from $1.35 to $1.5712.Ye are sell- I
Mr. G. Huston, and will begin mak- Ma-sey, nf-2 t1illtnll--i: )linceatwilis! and back to 1
The Mystic carried about twentyof ing rapidly accounts going shippers promptly.
ing ice next Monday. Cocoa is to be Minn, was tortured bMuura, The
our people to Melbourne Small sizes are in over supply and will go lower. Prices for
young and sufferinglucli lie endnre.ldnrin
congratulated on having such an up- fine, well packed 24s to 36s will remain excellent through the sea
this tune
Tuesday evening last and a most :: is liejond t""ion. lii
to-date ice plant with all new ma- Nothing gave limrauvjM.rmaneut| son. Don't pack your fruit "slack" to apparently larger sizes,
I chinery. enjoyable time was spent, the moon- relief until lie n ed Chamiot'r.i1uPain as it will avail you nothing, but on the contrary will do you harm

light trip going and coming being Bat!in. (>iiea|>|>!uau< nof that iitiunriit !1 ill 42s packed as 36s will sell as the actual sizes of the fruit war-
DiedMay 25, 1907, after a short especially enjoyed by those on board. relieved the pun and ma.'e! ,'pawl 1lt':>t ;iii rant. We cannot handle pines smaller than well packed 4Ss Use
illness, Flynn T. Williams. Mr. Williams possible, and !Iews than one l>otte! ffetted l clean, neat crates neatly stenciled, be sure size and pack carefullyiiierr"t"r"IE
industrious Misses Anna and May Danforth, of a permanent cure. If tronWed with sciatica :
was an young man. .
rht nmati< hv 2:
or m H not a >
leaves wife and also Olean, N. Y., left for that place and "
He a young baby, Mottle of Pain Balm see for \onrself
r Thursday of last week, stopping at how quickly it relieves the hag'. For
father. The remains ,
an aged were : : .,,

f' : !\ n
+; taken to his former home in Hender- Washington en route. We hope these' sale! by all Ilrn '!i'tl allll u1l'dicil.l'r! UItpaU1VI U rrr"r"firrEVvi"ta"itr"irrX.The .

,i sonville, N. C. The sympathy of the ladies will again visit us this coming

{ 1 community goes out to the bereaved fall.The CASTORIAFor I

families. ... yacht Pinta formerly owned in Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.

Eau Gallie was burned to the keel on Infants and Children.

It is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold The Kind You Have
the 21st inst. at Maccatawa, Mich. Always Bought

How often do we hear it remarked: The boat was owned by F. K. Colby, MACHINE SHOPS
.. "It's only a cold," and a few days later Bears theSignature d //
'J i learn that the man is on his hack with formerly of this place.C. ofENN1S<
pneumonia. This is of such common oo ,
G. Redstone and
I son are now
oirrence that a cold, however slight, ,
( t. should not be disregarded. Chamber pushing on the work on the Thous- Plumbing and Metal Work

J Iain's Cough Remedy counteracts anytendency and Island club house at Horti, in & FORT
.1 :' of a cold to result in pnennionia ,
'} and has gained its great popular! the Banana river. RS! BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINTS &

I ,1 1 ty and extensive sale by its prompt It cares The young people attended social Blachmitbing and Repair Work OILS
this most common ailment. always
in Melbourne aid of the band fund .
sale .
c-uree and is pleasant to take. For "
4 4 by all druggists and medicine dealers. this week. Agricultural Implements
t r '. GUN REPAIR SHOP The Rochester is on the ways this

i Send your pins for repairs to Henry week. Capt. Bennett will have the Wagons made and repaired Horse Shoeing SANFORD FLORIDAwnmNim.WIWWWm..Wlm.
Work from of Indian ,
a specialty. any part
:, Benecke. All work thoroughly done vessel in first class order in a few River or anywhere in the county will receive
Guns loose in the breech tightened equal attention. We stand the freightone
days. A new rudder is being addedto our careful
; to new, also guns stocked and shotguns way and guarantee to give you satisfac 'I
,1 r rebored, etc. H. Benecke, Titnaville, Fla. this roomy launch. tion. Send us your work. .

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