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:
June 7, 1907


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


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

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


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How appropriate and dainty is .
PRESENT WEE Having consolidated our interests, AT KLINE'S
1 a white shoe when Svorn with AND PERSONALS
we are now prepared to serve the
light summer gowns! We want trade in'the most expeditious man Bargains la Every Department

E Pungent Rotes Pertaining to bents i;;you to see our "Queen Quality"i ner. We are strengthening every ,I MONDAY,JUNE 1Y( ,1907. Something About the People of Titns-
J' white pumps. They are cool and line and shall meet all competition.
T 90-inch white
Transpiring About Town i In addition to line of' linen, especially good >ville as They Come and Go
comfortable. They give a cling- our regular for ladies' suits,worth$1.50 per yard,

A cool drink at a- cool place at! ing, cpmfortable fit that will be a Dry Hardware Goods, Shoes, Hats, Millinery, special on Monday $1.00.Ladies' A cool drink at a cool 'place atTANDY'S.
Grains etc., we have several -
:, MANDYS. j ready made drawers madeof '
I delight to every woman who has agencies for commodities,whichwe j excellent .

f. Those suits, Schloss Bros. make, to suffered the slipping at the heel handle on a close margin. j with an large ruffle quality and tucks of ,lonsdale special Winston S. Branningns sole agent

is be found only at Brannirig's.. are and the pinching of the instep We are agents for the Fairbanks- 29 cents per pair. for Queen Quality shoes. A complete -
Morse wind mill than which better
beauties. caused by the We no White embroidered wash belts with
1 average pump. ; is made. Get our figures. stock of the latest cuts at all

Mr. Carl C. Curtiss has accepted a also have many new fashions in We carry on hand at all times Wilson pearl all sizes.buckles, special 29 cents each, times. '

position in Brown's gents' furnishingStore "Queen Quality" oxford ties. & Toomer's line of fertilizers, I Dixie mosquito bars, extra large Miss Susie Palmer, of 'St. Augustine '

in Palatka. At all times a complete stock of which we can furnish by the single size with brass frame, special $1.79 arrived last Saturday on a visit -
fine shoes in standard makes for sack or ton Jacksonville prices with
Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Stones spent he freight added. If have tof sometime with Miss Jeannette
men, boys, women and children. you never Also one lot with turnover frame
several days; in Daytona last week tried us,'give us a chance to demon- for three-quarter beds, made of Norwood. .,

visiting their son, Mr. Fred Stones. WINSTON S. BRANNING strate that we can and will make it excellent quality of netting at $1,19each. an After spending a very pleasant-
Titus ill ;; Florida. : to your interest. We are here to
Do you want varnish or stains? I stay, and fully appreciate the splen- it I of week in town with his young

If so, get Masury's. See ad. of East did patronage we always received.We Ladies' nightgowns with two rows friend, Master Rufus Robbins, Master -
of insertion and
hemstitched tucks
..Coast Lumber &Supply Co.on page 4 Wedding at TitusvilleAt can do more-are prepared to special 59 cents each. Mark Brown returned to Miami

Mr. C. J. Denham started off last the residence of Mrs. Emma of and want to do more. Get the habit White cambric, yard wide, excellent Wednesday afternoon.Mr. .

.- Saturday for a month's vacation at Reed, on Wednesday evening, Mr. calling at the Department Store. quality, special 12 1-2 cents per. ..I. F. Spencer sustained a badly -

Geo. W. Scobie and Miss Grace Reed JOHN R. WALKER & Co.Titusville yard. sprained ankle
by fall
Augusta, Ga., and other places in the Fla. Colgate's talcum powder, in Cash- a Monday

south. were married by Rev. Wm. Stones, -.----- --- mere Bouquet or violet, usually sells occasioned by his foot slipping from

Miss Kate Stewart leaves Wednesday pastor of the First Baptist church. for a quarter, Monday 17 cents per the: top of a plate glass show casein '

to attend commencement exer- Only the relatives and.a few very intimate LATEST NEWSAND box. rtf. S. Branning's gents' furnishing

cises at 'St. Joseph's. academy, St. friends of the contracting White china silk, 24 inches wide, store while reaching for a hat box -0
special 49 cents yard.
:{ Augustine. parties were present. INCIDENTSPersonal Remnants in embroidery per we have Upon a high shelf.

;; Mr.W. I. Metcalf,attorney-at-law, Friends of both parties had been almost any width you wish running Mrs. Max J. Hoeck, of Mosquito

of West Palm Beach, paid THE STAR expecting this event to take place Paragraphs About People that from two to six yard lengths, prices lagoon, started Sunday morning for

'- office a pleasant call Saturday while soon but the affair had been kept less than cost.Ladies' Germany, her old home, where she

f in town on legal business. very quiet until yesterday morning, Traiel Here and There sale about oxfords$1,000 ,to we$1,200 will worth place on of expects to spend the Doming three or .

Miss Helen Singleton, of Rock- when the announcement cards were The celebrated Plant Juice Reme- entirely new styles, some in golden four months, and she rather expects

ledge, arrived in town Wednesday sent out. dies are for sale by C. Collins. brown, black, patent leathers, vici some of her relatives will return with
Mr. and Mrs. Scobie will make and gun metal, prices ranging from her to Indian river.
night from Jacksonville. She will Mrs. W. R. Sanders and Mrs.W. S. $2.00 to 350.
their here in
home'right Titusville
serve on the grading committee. Gramling, of Miami, expect to visit Dress ginghams, we have just re- Messrs. E. L. Brady & Bro. are
and THE STAR with friendsin
Mrs. W. H. Parker and two babies joins many friends on Indian river next week. ceived about fifty entirely new de- having their grocery store changed
wishing them a long life pf happiness signs and they are certainly hand- ,from
a veneer brick to a solid brick
left Tuesday morning for Pablo Those single coats in mohair and
and colors
prosperity. some, guaranteed fast, 12 I-2; wall
Beach, where she will spend sometime serge, no lining at all, are the stuff cents per yard. building. This work will re-

with her mother, Mrs. Knight. MathersMonroeMr. for summer, $3.50'to $7.50 at Bran- Mail x>rders promptly filled on any; quire some time to complete and will f

ning's. of the above goods. inconvenience them considerably in
Judge Gaulden was in town this; W. T. Mathers and Mrs. AmyA. '
Juuus KLINE, Titusville. carrying on their extensive business
week.. Last week he and his family Mr. Geo. Quarterman and his ,
Monroe, of Titusville, were mar-- 'Phone No. 8. while the change is being made. The
drove from DeLand to Daytona, ried in Jacksonville Monday eveningand Mr. Geo. Quarterman, Jr., of Nathan -- _._-- i work commenced Monday.

where they spent several days with left next morning for Benton, were in town Wednesday and Caught Seining in St. JohnsJ.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Maley, while and from there they expect to takea called at THE STAR office. W. Roland and Chas. Carlisle Capt. Simonson carried a party of
young folks to the beach at Chester
Judge Gaulden went to Jacksonville honeymoon trip north, returning to W. S. Branning moved his stock of were arrested last week by Sheriff I
Shoals house of refuge in the sloop
Mrs. S. E. Bailey and baby left Titusville about July 1st. THE STAR gents' furnishings on Monday into Brown for seining in the waters of .
Why Not Sunday, but owing to ad-
Wednesday for Punta Gorda, being extends hearty congratulations.Teachers' the fine corner store recently occu- the St. Johns river. They waived a II
verse winds did not return until late
; i also accompanied by her little son, pied by the Red Cross Pharmacy.Mr. preliminary hearing and gave bond<
!in the night. Messrs. Hardy and Joy-
j- who will visit relatives at Wauchulafor June Examination and Mrs. J. Itorillard,Jr., and for appearance before County Judge :ner and Miss Flora Fulton and Mrs. '

a while during| the summer I Eighteen teachers are undergoing two children and Mrs. Lorillard's Wilson on the 22nd inst. in the sum Slankard made the party.

months. i the June examination, which is being mother, left for New York Wednes- of $100 each. up f

Rev. W. F. Shoemaker will fill his held this week in the Titusville high day morning on the 3 a. m. train. When the special law was pawed; Cards were received Tuesday announcing -

last appointment in this section on I I school. This is a much larger number Mr. Lorillard expects to reside in permitting seining in thedead water the marriage that day at I

Sunday morning at La Grange, as he of examinees than usual. Of Philadephia.Mrs. lakes of North Brevard, Sheriff Bonaventure, at the home of the

l expects to leave next week on Tues- this number'just one-half are colored. Brown was apprehensive that the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
0. A. Quarterman, of Chester .Mims of Mr. Homer
day for Clarksville, Ga., to make The examination is being conducted Shoals seining would be carried on and into Eugene Wake-
came over last week and
of Putnam
.. that place his home for the summerat by Supt. J. R.Walker, assisted by :spent Saturday and Sunday with her the waters of the St. Johns river, Susie, Mims.county, and Miss
Cooper the
Rev. Wm. Stones. which has sheriff con-
least. proved true. The
friend, Mrs. F. M. Taylor, leaving
,tracting parties are well known to a
The following'is list of the the watch for ten successive
Owing to a defective locomotivethe a ex- for was on
Sunday night Lemon City, where large circle of friends in Titusville
Sanford train did not leave Wed- aminees: days to capture the law breakers and
she twill
spend several weeks with her
I and and down Indian river all of
Dr. and Mrs. E. of Mala- is determined to do his whole duty up ,
nesday until 11:40 a. m., but made Macey, son, Capt. 0. A. Quarterman, Jr., !I whom will extend hearty congratu-
the trip to Sanford and return at 2 in this matter.
bar.Miss and family at the house of refuge. lations.

p. m. flat. Pretty fast time for a Gertrude Mendel, Titusville. Judge and Mrs. M. S. Jones The people should sustain him,

disabled engine, but Engineer Begg Miss Clementine Singleton, Rock- home Monday from Tallahassee returned otherwise the fish supply, both salt Church Notes

there alle ledge. and fresh in this part of the state,
got samee. and Jacksonville, accompanied b Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at In-
Miss Mabel Whitacre Melbourne.Mrs. Y bids fair to be depleted.
dianola on Sunday next at 10:30a.
The graduating exercises of St.Joseph's their son, lion. Wade H. Jones, who m.
Eunice Schofield and 7:30
Tropic. p. m.
academy, at St. Augustine, Miss M. A. Carter, Georgiana.Miss represented this county in the r'Centlegislature. Death of L. C. Oliver, Jr. Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at

< will be held next Thursday evening, They report a pleasan t Eau Gallic Sunday morning next,
L. Oliver
C. D. Munson, Georgiana. C. Jr., age about 20
June 13th. Miss Frankie Stewart, of time but for the unfortunate fact ;i June yth, and at Melbourne in the
Claude McCandless, of Kentucky. years,died in Jacksonville last Satur- !
this place, is a member the graduating that Mrs. Jones was quite ill for several evenirig. All are welcome.
COLOREDS. day of typhoid fever. The body was! Rev. W. F. Allen will hold services
class. THE STAR is pleased to
days. taken to Reidsville, Ga.. Sunday for I at the Methodist church, Titu ille,
acknowledge receipt of an invitation F. Hadley, DeLand. ---- --- --
burial : next Sunday, June 9th, at 11 a. m.
accompanied by father
Mare For Sale
W. L. McRae .
t to the exercises, which will be held Daytona.A. 'f'and 7:30 p. m. Preaching at Mims
'" in Genovar opera house. R. Mickens, West Palm Beach. Good, young and gentle. Apply t o daughter and friends. This >oung i i at 3:30 in the afternoon.
; Janie Starks. Box 56, Cocoa. man was a resident of Titusville i
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Herman Boetner, a German, an Rueta Gaines. Bargains when a boy and was known by the j For a pair of trousers go to Branmn's. -
Rosa L. McRae.
escaped convict from the chain '
gang pet name of "Pat. Now on exhibition the largest -
in Dade county, was captured right Hattie Childs. Closing out my stock of milliner)' I: assortment of latest cuts, $1.50
in Titusville Monday by Sheriff Brown Carrie Childs. at cost. Mrs. C. A. KRGLDER.Yesterday's .
to $7.00.
r + and was returned to his post of duty Annie Mickens, West Palm Beach The Novelty Store is offering I _____ ___

t Tuesday. He was convicted of steal- Baseball Games 3 papers of pins for 10 cents i j Victor Red Seal Records

'. ing a boat and had also eloped with For Sale The Titusville Juniors crossed bat, 3 spools of thread for 10 cents ''! f

i another man's wife. Boetner was with the New 3 spools of darning cotton 10 cents The Victor Talking Machine Co.
One good family horse and light Smyrnas yesterday at I have just placed on sale seventeen ,
I for Mr. Norwoqd's
taken a tramp near
home, who sent for the sheriff -- single wagon and harnesss. Price the latter place and won by a scoreof I 3 packages of envelopes 10 cents ;;superb new Melba records, whichare

ti ,'who spotted him and placed him $140.00. Address G., care STAR, Ti- 6 to 5. The Titusville boys reporta 3 lead pencils 10 cents : without doubt among the most

y under arrest. tusville, Fla. splendid time. At Daytona the 3 cakes of toilet soap 10 cents beautiful and perfect of all existing
t --- II Or all these :\ voice reproductions. t
articles for
between Daytona and Cocoa 50 cents
Gun Repair Works and Sail game |
Next to the artistic quality of these
6 ,
t I. M. DODSOX '
resulted 23 to 1 in favor of Daytona. : Melba records the most impor-
Men's and boys'2 pc.Bathing Suits All work guaranteed. Guns stocked new
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Embroidery Shirtwaist Patterns and shot rebored.H. I tant fact to consider is that they are n
Post Cards. fancy and views BENECKE guns Titusville, Fla. Kline's Specials in Clothing an IGents' "Down the Line"If priced at $.'1.00( each instead of the

Matting Rugs 36x72.just in Furnishing DepartmentI I If they will allow you to drink at old price of $5.00, Madame Melba
in stock and ordered
Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. I'all, why don't you send an order to having consented to their being sold
khow you are in need of a suit. old friend J. D. at this price that a greater number
:; Store closed every Thursday,12.30 About 88 of land your Crabb Co.,
acres good high
t on We have ever so many shades and be enabled to hear her.
.Box 702, Jacksonville, Fla? mav
the east or ocean side of the Indian rive
; r weaves to select from. We can please These 12 inch Red Seal Melba records -
Engines For Sale at the Narrows, described as follows: Lo 1
every taste except bad taste. Betterlet are offered for sale by Indian
No.3, section 35, also lot No.3, section Draying
' Two 8 h. p.' double cylinder, four us sell you one. I know we caa n River Music House Titusville
a New and 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east, braying or hauling of all kinds promptly at
cycle Peninsular motors. This land is unimproved but finely 1 please you. Prices are more than attended to. Meets all trams. Stove $3.00 f. o. b.: Remember Melba
in first class order. Will be sold cated. For farther particulars address right we assure you. food for sale at all times.H. sings exclusively for the Victor.

very low. G. F. PADDISON, E. M. Lew, JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. E. HOLTOV, ', A list of all Victor records sent on

Eau Gallic, Fla. Brockton,Mass. 'Phone No. 8. Tituaville, Fla. request.

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Regal Marine'

.p 0- Stand for the highest type of -i) & ."

are to be treated so that they will tinder Hamilton, Louis Agassiz.. James me4"hanicalskill and reliability jf bfjilWll
They are four cycle Ef fiXJ UV rl, ,
FOREIGN i leave the public schools with sound Madison John Quincy Adams, UlyssesS. jump /
: I spark ignition automobile type CbJv. ..#?yr*,ir>-. td
teeth. Afterthese worst cases ha"e'been Grant Robef E. Lee John G. Whit- mechanical valves, float teed f n r 1'ea + -

attended to all other children with tier James I\ :well.. Horace Mann earboretorenclasedcranlease.' sTv 3* -! __
Guatemala Still steam forged crank i "
shaft and
.<- :. :,: of defective teeth are to be treated the and W. T. Shag-nan. bronzed ,5
,. the mobilization bearings. Have the ,
r, e1 large :Mexican army along the Guatemalan younger ones given preference. The The Negro anti T* New South. fewest number of working parts -
treatment of the teeth includes extraction consistent with a perfect
border Ray Stannard Baker in the second of o operating
; filling, crowning etc. There is motor and many otherexclusive
within the past his series of articles for the American features found only in the Regal
few ,weeks the :Co actual instruction in dental hygiene :Magazine dealing with the negro problem
It: % + government of but at the opening of the dental clinic condenses his observations into THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DOJT ,.
the teachers its and .
explain objects
President Oi- this phrase: "They want the new Made in three types U 3 and 5 IL P. single cylinder; 8 to 15 U
breraontlnuetJ workings to the children. The tooth south but the old darky. lIe said he P. double cylinder;; 30 H. p four cylinderWe

l j) In its defiant report card contains on the reverse had the experience of being told that also manufacture a line of heavy, slow speed, working engines
t attitude toward side instructions as to the care of the n3 northerner can understand the negro from 6 H. P single cylinder to 4i 1x.1. four cylinder .

jS the' demands teeth as well as those who have lived The many hundreds of Regal engines now in operation throughout
made by President Against Intercollegiate Athletics. with them all their lives and then of the country are a guarantee of the satisfaction they are giving

Diaz President the Association Eliot of of Harvard New York, address-State finding -that these men rarely knew Get a Regal in the Beginning Don't
2 ; p of Mexico. ing anything about the better class of negroes Experiment
and Universities at Cornell,
Intrenchmenti Colleges -those who were in business or Handsome
; t, 1 had been came ont squarely In favor of withdrawing in independent occupations and who ___._ explanatory catalogue mailed free on requestRegal

rn thrown up by Harvard students from all intercollegiate owned their own homes." On the other Gasoline Engine Co.
: %f the Guatamal- athletics, the dishonorable hand, the best negroes did not know
practices in which he deprecated, and Water, Michigan
,1 an army so as the higher class of the white people in

to commandthe especially urged the abolishment of the south and based their suspicionand .

town of professional coaching lie believes hatred upon the acts of the "poor
; Cabrera. that no game is fit for playing where ...- ,
President Ocos on the white trash. To this he attributesthe
.. one has to wear padding:: masks and
Mexican border. A court martial at danger of the present situation.
Y other defensive articles to prevent serious -
+ Guatamala City found guilty.ninetee:1I. Lumber Production Bulletin.

; persons charged with ojmplici- the injury. The national forestry service ban
+ recent attempt on the life of Cabrera Wants Roosevelt Apology.The .
made public its estimate of the,annnal
? S ,f} and sentences of death were imposed Kev. W. J. Long of Connecticut production of lumber in the country at .SBAPMARD<

it .x5S upon all. This created intense excite- student of animal life whose' writing 100OOItMI cords, valued at $1,020,000!

', ment among the people who are divided bad been as'lailed'in' a magazine' article 000 The state of Washington ranks
M t as to the policy of the government by President Roosevelt has now of 4,000,000,000feet
first with an output ,
b and charges were made formally made public a letter to the president and next in order come Wisconsin -
agreeing to furnish proofs of the veracity t
r that the trial had been Irregular. Aler- Louisiana Minnesota Michigan
1 I chants were fleeing from the country of his stones and particularly of Arkansas', Pennsylvania. Mississippi. --- --- :

y after the departure of the :Mexican the one ridiculed by Mr Roosevelt In Oregon; North Carolina California,
minister Gamboa and all businesswas which a wolf was aid to have killed a
Texas.: Alabama. Maine, Virginia. Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
in 'a chaotic condition caribou fawn by a bite through the Florida New ,
Georgia.Vest; Virginia,
', Rebellion In China Grows. chest. Dr Long promises never to Ken-
York Tennessee, South Carolina,
write another book if of his state- Richmond Baltimore.
any Washington
The unrest which was evident in tmkyIi sourl. Indiana New Hamp- ,
ments tan be proved false, and if not
many parts of China has now broken shire. Ohio, Vermont Massachusetts,
proved he demands that the president -
1 into open rebellion in the province of Idaho. Montana Maryland, Iowa and Philadelphia New York,
publicly apologize for his unwarranted ,
Kwangtnng, where seH'rallargetownsba"e 'Ulnois.I .
JVif been attacked the rebels the attack. !
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S residents being plundered and the public TWO ELKOANTTIUINb DULY.
;a buildings destroyed The movement f MISCELLANEOUS i
: r --. differs from the Boxer outbreak

11 .: of 1900 in that It is directed against Pacific Mines Close. SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL,
Launched.At .
the ruling dynasty and not against the Fastest Cruiser R farso the minors employed In the

-4 ,: foreigners. Riots were especially severe the Fore River shipyards. Quincy, collieries of the Union Pacific Coal

: in the Swatow'district and 10.000 Mass. the scout cruiser Birmingham; company at Rock Springs, \\y. had or-
0 rebels known as triads took the field designed to IKJ the fasteste>sel in the Simzod a union: the management flood oClorJ:1: : I'ullmzm: : : Ep :l.pD:10J:1't: : :

-t< headed by General Sun former taota'' navy, was launched, being christened o,1 to dose. the mines and notified the
of offi by Miss Mary Campbell. who was appointed -
Nanking Wongkong every rnu that no union tnt'mll'ri would IK
( ',': I clal was killed while the German mist bv the mayor of lmin;ham 1 emphyel. ThoM who had already joined .
; soon at Lienchow was destroyed. as were notified to Ittt"the company

f .' .. Terrorism Issue Tabled. Officers Must Learn to Ride. boust'S.

Bv the vote of 219 to 140 the Russian Secretary of War Tuft has made Denver Fight For Open Shop. NORFOLK, VA.
douma tabled the r'solutlunIn > public a letter from the president or
t mn
":,\ \loo11t 2T of the 1<'a contractors f
t Ing terrorism, the Constitutional Dem Bering; him to cause physical tests of I
in the building trades of Denver haw Excursion Tickets on Sale DailyFor
field officir of the nile to determine
Y ocrats. peasants and Cossncks opposIng
organized to enforce the open shop
and the Socialists joining; the monarchists their ability in horsemanship The plan throuzbout the city. and the building ,

Octol erists and revolutionists!' president says he has personally observed trades council is preparing to givebattle
e In favor of it. The new rules of some of these officers: who were t
full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, N
procedure permit only two speakers" unable *o ride even a few miles' at an write to

1- on cad side of any question, and thi: increase ;!:1ir. He suggests that the Erie Machinists Strike. S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr., A!'st. General Passenger Agent, I
To enforce their demand for the
k makes prompt action.EDUCATIONAL. tests should be thorough; and vhould
consist i of a rile of not less than fifteen abolition of piotvwork the union machinists JACKSONVILLE FLA

\ miles at least ten miles of which : employed bv tie Erie railroad
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f I should lx at the trot and gallop have one on Ktnke
Death of Mrs. McKinley. B. and O. Takes Off Trains.

Teachers' Salary Bill Vetoed. I ,After 1 fn.ering in .1 enuconsnon-- I l ';:hllin'r vhat is xtotted) to l>e a .

Governor Hughes of New York h"- state for several days the widow of .:oiv ril r.'on.t.U-lt of railroads In Ohio THE FARRAND-OECILIAN PIANO !

vetoed the bill readjusting salaries of I President McKinley: died peacefully in I to ft:Jit the two cent law. the Faltlr I

Nework city teachers: m\ the princi her Cat:ton (.> home. May 2'*. Dur:115 : ..n' in"1 O'u! ruTroi1 n1n"lIIu"tthtt .1 THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO ;
of for il work. which maeiusciousnecs flr t--i!"S will l..- :iltin'oneil Juno 1.
$ pie equal pay equ: tie clays that pT-edcd
MtUel I that she! Flu" "iv tint these are NMH"run :
had been repassed our Major Airs MrKirky: pr.ivod J

;r} lans vtto In his message the o\"crc-I 'l'H: le: saying; : *.'...hv smuhl! I Hagr at 11 1'.t:':11! ! -' _-._"'..."'= "'_ -, ,- "T. _
or says tint the measure, if : ? lie has! srone I ife is dirk: I am -- --- '"t-J: .;.; .
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vhonlJ apply to ill the cities of tl'' wirv and would resthe lind Mif I Here's Good Advice "4)'r I .. .
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state alike and should !I.*, ('xt'lllllocllo forced for v,-arfrom parilysjs: U. -. \\oo'ev! one of The best known )4 M t _c: -
icallv to all (partnie-- ts of the publservice :" dent Ttwevelt with Set ret:ires rn..j'l merchant-of: I.rla\-\iile. \. Y., say : If.\. : ':, ; '\' ,

% but be de: not think this bill! -'fh't.J andViKon and many ot'iertrin "Ifon are ever f >: l'ted with |pitrs apply ;:4i ku! J rO' I" f. '1 \"'
I ;<
j was considered in the light of these of oih<.i:il prommowe nmoa Hi iklt nrn:" a -aUe. It -'irnl u:e ';.9l \ .. IJI
of them for ,:>'>: tie \t-: '- a. '):' Cure- .
implu-itiO"s them \:."(> res'c'ent! I'airli'nks. .TI "" : : i I .. ". J. .. ;
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ex ervor*-. w :n.i i. ; i: >- ii/ra-.on\ ::)!f o. ,: I ,' ,\
1 r Teachers' Optional l Pensions.JoAerno I tier Day ceuntor Kn >x. Governor Ilir at Titn \'ie' P:-a-" 3,1'CA.STOrt..A.\ ;:. 0,..-tJ -umimujan. _::J.., ,,*-*, ,'.,-, -.'.
I ( Stuart of l'enasylvania has ris11.1 a large nvmber of OTuouivw : ; -.- -- .** :
t .tJ ., r.7
jpod the bill authori7i.ig M hool present -it the funeral T':.. i ," 1 7 rf- ; ; _..".I.! o. ".7 it"* '
s boards of cities to set aside! nionevseich ''lentnl party rod'1: to thptlf"t.: 1'1'-\\ Hears tlis lV'j Yn Halt A'm: E13itSigaatsro 'Ii '

year t:) Te-.te a retire.ient find bin!:.1. where the IKK'V of Mrs 1"If4: ifii ,, :;r. .,;' .: .::;: ';: _..: ,
for public ('b""l teachers, the method l"r was In.l Ix...vlti-it of tier 1111-1 cf 'GAI544{ r., ... -L- liiiie :t., "t.: 0- .

I being left entirely to the discretion of bind '; :/ *.-: .:.. =:. :-.Jf. i ::: '" '
the different Imards o I Texas Tornado Kills! Fourteen. .. ..p. r:!'" ':'" _-=:=-.:--sr-- --, --_ ---- 1t, I
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Roosevelt's Ideal Boy. I 1ti'iodstorias over the nortiiern part .. -
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Chamberlain'sCough !",' ;i I :A "- f
of Tea I the .h' tb of fourteen j '
Speaking at tie graduation exorcises i :.s t :i:! r :!

cf the'I lect school at \\ I"h'l I IKT'O al.1 1 fie injury of scop s. I F << j ; I
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ington, where his son .\nhie was a j Typhoon In the Carolines. ,' .. ,'" '

' prpil President Roosevelt! picture 11- I .\ 'pl\.11\ devastated the Paro'np! I .'I'1 I. i.lli .-;;__J ,. .'I'..)' i,I"\

itll'almt rIlD toy as one who plays islands M::n'h .. but only! nn-enth re rooill Ii! ..: -, = : ': i,';

bird and works hard. who is briveanl l I porte in .\\rsjrilia kilhnj not less i I! ;. -.;.:---m; '" ', ;--
strong; hut ;gentle and kind The bully, than "TO inrvnis. j jI Itf' I I iii r J "/ *cI : ,>;; ;"" .-
he said. was the meanest boy in the :I Theodore: Tilton Dead. ,.' :" Ik. '{'l:: --: 1

worldDentcl. i I'I TIH"n.hrl' Thin" last!' principal in the 1 t" ::J i --t$ .:. -'
= -
School. 1'h'ot. =
Clinic In : --
famous IU>*thorTiH"n trial once a ... ...;.' ..
t"m tod Stales Consul E. T. I.lefel 1leports 'I promising; poet anal novelist!' 0 died in oj -.:_=; =.'

tint on April .'a municipal i IMris! May JT, where he had lire] for I

school dental clinic was opened in the II years in poverty and obscurity

German city of Fncburg, the operations i A line that meets all demands
f I Americans In Hall of Fame.
I of which lie thus de-cnl-e:
- f dentist at the head of this school; clinic !I Bronze bust of ("l1r'um'ri'an I Remedy both as to quality and price

= t ; I t>examines all the children In the city, I were unveiled in the new hall of I The Children's Favorite

i : 1 l both in their homes and in the public fame which circles the library of the CCRES-.. Price from

fig schools. A report on such examinations New York university Thursday withelaliorate Coughs, Colds, Croup and Selling $450 to $850Full
: ceremonies In which the
j is sent to the parentwho are a Whooping Cough.
asked to send their children to the governors of New York and Massachusetts Tale remedy U famous for lt:rur* overlarge particulars sent on application
'I-: school dental clinic for free treatment I :, city dignitaries and college fncul part o f the civilized worM 11 can _
always be depended It contains no
ty and students took part. The names or other harmful drag and be
Those children having ten or more opium may
thus honored bv formal vote of the given aa confidently to a baby as to ao aduit
, s '' poor being teeth made are first in the treated higher! an classes exception I electors are Emma illard. Mary I.yon. I Price 25 eta; Large Size, 50 cts. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE TITUSVILLE

Maria Mitchell John Paul JoUl"S.I'x.
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eldest that an Increase of 2 cents a- ; -v ;

hundred on lumber from Georgia to If Y OU-- 'I d

the Ohio river was unreasonable and tb

unjust whereupon the railroad carried --',- '

the matter up to the highest court "+.J ; t J- -
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aY' which sustains the .action of the sSick !Ltof

To Oust New York Gas r Trust. It is because some of i I -

-'Zn .Corporation Counsel Ellison has begun the organs of the body i I # S
suit' against the Consolidated Gas
are not doing their work t
company of Xew York; city and its constituent

compar.ies for 'the annulmentof well. There is a lack of .

their franchises,' .this\vbeing"in line that nervous energy that -" .,, t: : 1
with the action taken AttSrney General -
1. gives them motion. Consequently ;
,Jackson on behalf of the state. ,

you are weak

; ;* -5 whlc l would suit-him -includes 'the -panics be recokedand, that they be I SOCIOLOGICALMay I IC worn-out, nervous, irritable -t. ; 1

>><;j.: :1: I P OJL/ "T"I CAL ,I "Just regulation ,of Interstate i corpora. \ debarred from doing business Id the cannot sleep; have ,

l '{S;',;. e tiocs,"' with the constitution _,as" ft state. This Is the. end of the .suit begun ago .Have the Best headache, indigestion, etc. .)' .. ;

: ) .. 1flcCIelUn Uses Veto Power. guide and does not favor,the national by Attorney general. Hadley two The question Chicago may because there tis not sufficient 4 f f I
f of ownershIp of the railroads. Ue add: years ago. Judge Anthony In review- employ as sanitary Inspector Charles
McClellan New York
Mayor re- .
."" : : that Speculative philosophy has no fug the testimony says there was am- B. Ball notwithstanding that he had nerve force to keep ;:,
. toed the utilities bill as passed .
j'S o.; J;bJ'I he Republican'legislature and now place in a platform Ito Is for Judicious ple evidence found to. show that these resided In New York prior to his appointment the organs active and allow ." i i

revision of the tariff so, as to companies entered Into an agreementto three years ago, has now : ... t
"bas'under consideration the them to their .
recount favor laborers and and control to'be paid by perform
,''S our our consumers. fir prices been decided affirmatively by the city Hi

; bill authorizing a recounting Lawson Rampant Third Termer. retail dealers an;I others for the products civil service commission Mr. Ball natural functions. Dr. ..

lots which of by the the bal.j' official ; It, an interview at Paris Thomas W.. of petroleum In the. state of Mls- 'who 'was formerly chief tenement In- Miles' Kervine restores 1 .

''S Lawson said it certain oprL HP also saysthat'these'compa-, spector under: Mayor .Low, was
' ; returns made was absolutely ap- health.because it restores w'
and limit the ;
/ that Roosevelt twould be the next president nies sought to pointed chief sanitary Inspector aftera .t
k bV him, mayor With this commodity... The this nervous '
trade la report
\ for even assuming that.the Republican competitive examination, Lot was energy. ?j .
55 'S'J-j. the principles of,the ,convention failed .to name $;::\. s that the companies misled the Immediate! removed'' by order of ''I have been sick for a year, and .71': t
utilities he did not know what ,'
! bill said ; was the matter ,
Into the belief that were
\. him Lawson thinks the Democrats public they Judge Hanecy on the ground that he with me.' I tried many remedies and -.'
he was in accord, separate when In fact they one of them of 0
were none proved value
I would not let slip the ch-ince. Bit If was a. nonresident, and the H-ond on any I
: :>A, '. McClellan.but objected to plae1 corparatlon. heard of Dr. Miles' Nervine. I pro- '.
Mayor neither party convention should nominate : ,the list get_ the place.Minnesota' cured a bottle, and before I had taken
Ing so much power Official Indicted. half of it I was'better. I would have
! p:,; In the hands, of one political party.: Roosevelt Lawson says that he _.Equitable New Social l Laws.A had nervous prostration if I had not r-
would finance a popular movement Tlnntts. Jordan formerly comptroller got this medicine when I did1
: continued
? Also he thinks violates the home rule uumlJ r of progressive laws touching to take it until I ,
was entirely
could fail to re-elect "the of Life Assurance
which not the Equitable
,dependent well I have
I' Y' prlI cip1e. the defective and d< since recommended it
greatest man that America has pro society was Indicted at Yew classes enacted to five of ray lady friends, and they
were by the recent
The bill had
recount finally passed have an
thanked me for doing so, for
., duced shi<*e' Lincoln" He thinks York for fort of the society's booksIn
the senate 38 to 8. This indicated that ry Minnesota legislature: For the Insane it benefited them all."
f- Roosevelt's following Is composed of swearing; to the annual reports to MRS. ROSE OTTO,
I 'f It could repassed oter the mayor'sveto. detention hospitals were ordered wherea 189 S. 3d St., Columbus Ohio. i
the treat, intelligent saving the Insurance department More thin
It enables any candidate for money: period of special expert examination Dr. Miles' Nervlnt Is sold by your
i middle class. : eighteen indictments for forgery in the druggist, who win guarantee that the
1 '. mayor to apply to the courts for the I third returned may be had before patients ere com- tint bottle will benefit. If It fails, he ,
J- I recount of the votes cast in any district A Pessimistic Ex-Judge. degrea'and perjury were mitted to the regular asylums A state will refund your money. 1 w

: Ex-Judge W. J. Wallace, who recently by the grand jury In connectionwith board of visitors was created, to In- Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, Ind '.'.

P Roosevelt's retired voluntarilyfrom the circuit the year end transactions which elect all public institutions. Another ,
Indianapolis Speech.
bench, speaking at a dinner in his Involved the transferring 6f loans In law establishes an industrial school : ) ;# t
Foremost the made
among speeches honor at New Yorkon, May 29. took a December and their retransfer one .or for girls Punishment for the parents -=- -- --- -- -o. .
by men of national prominence on 'St, .
b view of the future. two days after the beginning of the
gloomy political who by neglect contribute to the depcndercjr ,
Memorial in various of the i
day parts .
i It Jordan disappeared when TheMosil'a.abk&iafbchiandBoaWadding !
In none of our parties does he see hopeof new year. I or delinquency of their children -
that of the nation's chiefexecutive Boob Puhluktd.RUDDER .
country was ,
1- conservative action "to stay the his testimony was wanted by the ArmStrong Is provided in still another act -..}.. ;
II: at the unveiling of the Lawton -
frenzied attack which Is being made committee twoyears ago, but The juvenile courts are extended and

statue at Indianapolis, this beingS upon the prosperity of the minority. recently returned home and expressed the probation laws.are made more ef- ;.
the occasion of his long awaited deliverance HOW-TO BOOKSOver
regarding the future of his rail- He says that the Republican party under willingness to stand trial. Jordan appeared fettive. A hospital farm for inebriatesis
Its present leadership has entered broken in health and spirit established and it Is forbidden to Taco boats have been built from the fines I
road policy. Crowds of the president'sadmirers printed in these books-Successful/: n ,
;' I' greeted him at every stationAS a mad race with the Democrats "to when he came to court and plead not send drunkards to prison for the first every clime and upon every sea-Fun detail ; t ,

capture the votes of the discontented runty to the various charges in the Indictments offense. Other laws make education drawing of all parts, showing what it is and '
he approached the Indiana capital how to nuke it-Text extremely simple.
the prejudiced the unthinking and the He refused to discus any compulsory for deaf children render
there of
and a great throng people wa
fanatical believers in socialistic theories phase of. the case and was released on more effective the child labor laws HOW TO BUILD A RACER. FOR... $50 e
assembled to"ltness the unveiling M font rowreboot Iou.e. y to .i..n b wfoep
ceremonies.Governor Hanly presided ." The greater part of this minor- c $10,000 bond. District Attorney Jerome provide a woman factory Inspector enlarge icuoj racing seat few a bi1.learn toe UJIIIUM I" {

Miss Ity in prosperity he added were not said he would call this and the the scope of the bureau of labor HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK .
And Lawton, daughter of the A fine let for ulrnio'Hi M liut or knorlmr about h
which millionaires, but people of moderate other insurance cases for trial in Octo- and change its name to the bureau of tail .rrr II.__.._f.'..h-too\r builttlovpore*
the cord
late unveiled
general pulled
modest Incomes nf full pi ns aJ picturvc u f
means "who find their ber. labor and commerce establish free
the bronze figure of her father HOW TO.BUILD A RACING SLOOP
I James Whitcomb Riley read a poem vanishing.: Mayor Schmitz's Trial Begun. public employment bureaus In St. Paul Xo, r.nn* markmr ever dnurnfd; pri.
and Duluth well trinm-r in Aiueim."a and Aaslrafia, t-7 to build; .Bftovuwth. i
as Minneapolis,
entitled "The Home Voyage" Vice In the Canal Zone. Great difficulty was experienced In '

made it The Rev. P. F. Ferguson, editor of open the way for the erection of public MOTOR
The president's address plain finding an acceptable Jury to try Major HOW TO BUILD A LAUNCH
II baths in all cities having from 20,000 Simple and prartmL riwentf ho. the Defender his return from a
backward Schmitz of
that he Intends to take no upon San Francisco on the hall lur_lit.itk aain.uew bsralother(.Una.
n step In the policy of federal controlof personal inspection' of conditions on charge of extortion inasmuch as the to wO.OOO population and limit the HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA

railroad and other public service' the Isthmus of Panama makes the prosecuting attorney charged the superior number of state prisoners that may be one. ail_ ar-mnl, ....i_: kot. good rabia; ..saa.wover
; vit U tvt ah.o.waters.
charge that there Is a regular traffic employed at one occupation
corporations which he: had previouslymapped court judges with manipulating HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA

out In his messages and In white girl slaves and that American the jury lists so as to .........httle sailj>f bwi.tta moderate;

speecnes. It carries hi" policy even a officials are directly Interested in this bring saloon and tobacco men A Heal Wonderland missal plat t
step further by calling: for exclusive trade and In the open liquor traffic. into the jury box, or others sup- South Dakota, with its rich silver mines Fji.,to".-n-lhiftlutrailCh';jEt. the inn for a...]
federal control of all mall carrying: He says he has proof which he will posed to be friendly to the accused bonanza farm, wide ranges and strange to begs..Kbuabe bout,ery cheaply. tarraloop or cat ng

l submit to congress and to the presi The natural is veritable wonder HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA
railroads, even though they may >e mayor. police was also accused formations .
wholly within the boundaries of a Dingle dent. lie says there are not less than of approaching witnesses', and land At Mound City, in the home of if..J.tIf.I rompfete i.11 dr mpi.on DI .......of.,Ia.PRICE tow. to build a model;alao ba

state Thl h<" justifies under: the :>oil saloons in Colon with a population ome of the accepted Jurors com- Airs K. D Clapp, wonderful ease of

I. clause of the constitution granting: to of l: ,OOO; twice that number in Pan- lamed I of be'!ng approached by detectives healing has lately occurred Her son $1. EACH
seemed near dt>ath'with lung and throat PREPAID BT EXPRESS ANYWHERE
J the national government power to establish ama and one for every mile along the The accused mayor now II
trouble. "Exhausting coughing fll'lll.occnrrro Bound in doth GoIJ Size of Y
t post roads: the Implication bei' canal zone. He says he holds the pres- face an additional indictment charging ; lettenrn;- pagk
inches ,
every five minutes!', write Mr* 9 by 12 -Lartc tag as he thinks "power to take all ident responsible for these conditions him with accepting a bribe of $:; (1.- i Plapp. "\\ hen I l began giving Dr Kind's t

action necessary in order to keep them Social:st Editor Arrested ceo in (connection with the granting New Discovery! the great medicine, that THE: RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. I

t, I at the highest point of efficiency" lIe Eugene; Y. Debs in a dispatch to the of a trolley franchise The grand jury saved ,his life and t"'h'M1ft' 3 MURRA- STREET NEW YORK, U. S. A '

i', personally would favor a nation Incorporation Chicago Dilly Socialist barges that has returned bribery indictments "Guaranteed for coujlis: and cold, throat SttJ postal far Catalogue of Books foriadtlsman's

act to give the roads the the" arrest of Fred D Warren, managing against sIx millionaires. and lone trouble, bv Titn.-vine Tharmatj Library S
, 50c and $1.00, Trial l,ottl*> free
t seal of government approval and tot editor of the Appeal to Reason Big Jewel Robbery Grows. .1.1nJ .1u

Insure the same: sort' of sanction and of Girard Kinis the first open effortof Later developments indicate that the ---- --- -- -

publicity which the national banks en- the government to suppress the Socialist onhuence game played by J. IMnaruBoeck It !'t't'ms'l' are still hungering for the

joy. >or does ho halt at the much discussed press: of flip t.4untry.Ilrrt"n the missing; soldier l i of fortune. DinishVt! .,.t Indies The war around )

t proposition to require a phvM | |Is charged; with circuhtiiig scurrilous' .EIOIU New York jewelry dealers wasfsjxmsiJile Hayti is !"hortt'r than the gar through ; Ilit as

('al"nll1atlon of the railroads of the defamatory and threatening matt<>r." for the disan"rance ofaojv

country, and he expresses the belie: | Illinois Two Cent Fare Law. than $1.1..0.000 worth of dia -S S
that white there has limn stock water Do You Open Your JIouth
Governor Dcne'n of Illinois nit- :.on'!s and other precious srems Alhon.h

CS In? In some cases the total capltahza proved May :.:7 the bill limiting pissensrer he was tidier indictment for Like a young:; bird anti gulp down whatever -

tion of the railroads will net be found t fares to 2 cents a mile on all thee thefts it was the current rumorIn food or medicine may be oFen-d! yon ? hare stoat the te t for over 50 years, j
artral Or,do want to know som 'thuiz of the ant ant: lintlu lead crabsolute
to IK In excels of their present you
Mildtn lane. th, district of
I. the railroads In the state jewelry .ition and charaiterof that which ct tainf. of TO\vti rirancommonly
value. New York, that conii 1 rge %if' is, of Jrlitioi r v irrcal Ics and
"the rights of you take\ into your sauruath whether as btautiful flowers, make tlrm tvie most
I> proper
no e (' k wouldiicvirU'bronsLt foo.1 or medh-im ? feitablt and tht most ponn ar e"rrv
, ty are in lea jeopardy from the Social I LEGALCRIMINALAntiJapanese 1 I Most intelligent and sensible peopln x-nrrr timid bv al! It alt rs. 19075O +
sts and the anarchists than from the Seed Annual fret 01 rtquesl
t<> trial lioausp I now-a-davs insist on knowing "Lat theyempiny
D. M. FERRY t CODetroit. ., !
pmlitorv men of wealth, the president Riots. his robberiesw'oald )i whether as food or mriliciw. Mich. ;

insists that the criminal manager Inntd > Ir l'nrw Ulnves they have a perfect
direction of the government at % <
of public corporations hall be pro- eutcd j Uy d I I right: tol,iM\t upon such know ledge. So he
Washinston Untied tatttome" 'e i gag by a mini .
to the limit of the law but explains .' publishes! """ast and on each bottler *
< her of n<'h mon YEARS
Devlin hhs mid a thoiouh iavestigntion j jknown
that this: implies no poss.bihtjof ,S 'r. w hatJTn lyMnes are made of
2'i tn ha\i' t
of the :attack UHHI a Japanese restaurant : anu'l 'fjI'S.1 i This ],* feel K
:;:. injury to honest railroad managers.V ; an i Imtlihouse in Sin Fran, b ? backed his hI' can a '1 .ford lido because ti's mn!,'. :

for the investing! public he makw i, cisco on May 21 Ie \ nlllh I of h.lImns. :-dIl'IIIt.-4 of on. i i irnt the ir" 'erallents which his medicines
It plain that there is not the Mi htestdeposition trotit :il I 'xploitati fxii
I Apparently the ;J(' was flue to the t are made arestndu'ciane lIn"r.t.o1 th :
to undermine e\isti; ecuritio ; i.. ... t tI
The in
lack of |i,hce n a 'eitain_ Motion of i m career a III..lIwlr, sulw'riorrnratilrrlrttlrr
and he believes tlmt the policy l I t"I ,, ,
of hseven
the \'Hy. the ofcwrx hiving li MI largely itl this man w > : I
of federal supervision will not oull'rott'Ct ) + 1- V.t MT arvas ? t or the cure of woman's peculiar weak-
wi1l1l to other j-arts on acomiuof <' 5i
past Investments but will induce \ t atr traeeeerat I messes, irregularities and drranjremprts.
the streetcar striki'y Thus It r
future Investmentshich are urgently gild a month !, givinz: rise to frequent headacln's. barkache. &C.
Iml'IIl'P11 that v.hcn two p!>n were driz nz-down or
needed in order to build new J. EJwird Iueck aloiinds in mar. pain Anyone sending a.ketf'h and dpocrlf'fi' may
f thrown out of a Japanese restaurant : low'*'abdominal or fx'Iv ic region acrom qaU-klT ascertain our iwrmn freehptbpr antnrrnti"niiprnhabliputentahifl
railroads and improve: the tnukase andf"lluipnH'I1ts ;eis of hi:;:h Jinan+ aml "irtlnu; cph'rrrie frmmume..
: the crowd. l einz without restraint.tonrpl ; pained ofttim ''' with a Inlitatinz. IlOmttnctl.ntdeotiaL Handbook I'atents!
of exi-tni;: lines so as ttaake > : the plate find afterward: It rj'.firx fiat! !?<,,"<'k hail be J'f'h-k. catarrhal drain and kindred smp ,....\t f.- taken tbnnizb Munn A e'o. receive
iK>ssibk the industrial d'nelop- wrecked a bathhouse across the strctt: male |x'rsoii:uh. Wtlu\inh'tl' with theenip'ror i toms of weakness, Dr. Pnriis Fawri\I' rprrial iwtice* without ebarre. in tbe

moot of the entire country He does As the dLsturlnm was confined: to a .>f Chin during hi* star in I Inscription is a most efficient rf'ml-d Scientific American.
that -tl movement It is equally effective in runic painful)
not hesitate to sy :e Peking and had timoi from him the
of it is not
section tl1.ity. rezardol -
s p<'nods, in civms: stnnsth tll mirsinzrnothrr
railroad lair hascome A hlUldtom..I illo trat-< v'"'' r. 'r".t Mrsviaiton
to regUlate by premise| of "Titui s* ons which wonM .
indicating or : and in tilt of ,
as a reawakening pr pariii:: system ': of any iwitJ T. nr. (isnr
to stay" and that the people have the anti-Tnpinese feeling which wa be worth at least 1'O.fllO.U"1.! : t. Theyincluded m ith"' fur la>>T's <-ominrI ; .. : f.nrnx"tbs.ll. J:>) '
made their minds -to exercise a the operation of a steamship I : thus rendering childbirth !>afj. and mm MUNN&Co.361BroaNew YorkBranch
c incident
aroused bj the public :
parativeiy pdinU, The ravontP I're-
closer control over all kinds of public Hoot has also telegraphed line to Mianslui and other mercantileconnections < <*nir! cjS: 50 Whinirt.>n. I'_C.
list fall Secretary !tnjtion"is a most potent trl'nlth'nint
service ('OrpJratiols.'In .- '; Gillette of Califormi The only thing that stc>("1 tonic to the I'rlt'ral.tpm and to the

contlus.on he remind Le man ofgreat tt> perform the dnties impose upon in the way of realization! was the unfriendliness I organs distinctiy f,.Tiimm.- in particuLir KILL THE COUCHAND
and It i* also a }<,thill:: and invigoratingnervhne
while using enJoying -
wealth that of the dowager
; the terns of the treats empress
the state by and cures nervous extinction THE
it IK mast renumber he is: a Nevertheless wealthy New Yorkers > CURE LUNGS
.... with Jlp.m."in full protection to : nervous prostration neuralgia hysteria
truster and thnt'consistent mtisu-.e "ism the Japanese residents and their prop- backed the home In the belief that spasms chorea or bt \ itus' dance and --

;nous of evil tj hims! lf, tu others he 'oultl'not live long and that afterh..r other distressing norms symptoms attendant WIjH Dr.
rrtj upon functional! and organic disease King'sNew
whj Inve wealth and to the nation an > Missouri Bars Oil Trust. death things would come their way. : of the distinctly feminine or ans.

vhole"* I '..A host of medical authorities of all th ..
Rate Law Is Constitutional.
j The of JuJge Anthony wh
Boomlet.* report : j several school" of practice, recommend Discovery
r Daniel Shy of was appointed by the Missouri supreme Tile United States supreme court each of the several ingredients of which
W. Dan.i.
United States Senator court to take testimony In the rendered a decision in the case of a : "Favorite Prescription" is made for the

1. lei of VirgInia, who has been mention suit against the Standard Oil, Waters qeorgia lumber firm against the South. cureof thediseaCeiforwhleh it claimed FOR CONSUMPTION 50c&$1.00 Price
and south as a suitable candidate I to be a cure You may read what they
h ed north Dfjmocratle presidential Pierce" and Republic Oil companIes. era railroad unimportant In itself, butwhich I say fur yturxelf by sending a postal card Free Trial.

for the doing b'isiress In that state, on the indirectly sustains thepower request for a free buoklft of extracts

nomination, says he Is grateful for the charge of conspiracy to restrain trade of the Interstate commerce commissionunder i from the leadinz author ties, to Dr It Y. Guaranteed for all THROAT and
Jt mention but that he Pienf. Invalids' lintel and Institute LUNG TROUBLES
Surgical or MONEY
complimentary and the federal rate law to fix railroad -
affirms such' combination recom-
r.ufTalo. N Y. and it
'nn.irlatp.! The platform come to BACK.
1* pot a ( of the rates The commission h:1d'lle> I
.; rrr:d'i t1: the barter com you by return post.

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f aiL4 4 ,4 'THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, J4UNE 7, 1907

a <
1 of Summer
-$4-- Catarrh
% "" Systemic
*i : Entered at the postoffice'a Tit 8TiIle as Families Can'Live Here Cheaper '

Than in the North.From in the Next,Primary
Editor and'Padrlaher.t' .
Kill B. Wager,
.. the Tamps: mes.. R. Hudson Burr, chairman of the

':PUBLISHED EVEEY'FRIDAY_ MORNING Champ Clark, who 'recently cameo railroad commission o f Florida, has AffectsMany

;: Florida to deliver some* lectures; come-out emphatically and declaredhis 1
gubernatorial campaign is beginning
{ The says; .. candidacy for governor by giving '
: to assume definite shape, It is not generally known that Flor- out the following for publication:,

... ',many candidates have positively an ida is the largest state east of the "I will be a candidate for governor .

nounced themselves for the position [ississippibut; : it,is.:? fJI course everybody in the Democratic primary of 1908,

x. b ,, .. From present indications there will ";knows ft her health-giving and' will in time fully inform the

.b t: KC ; be a large- number in the primary.. climate, her phosphate beds and her Democracy of the state as to the po- Organs

T tt 'immense forest of pine. and cypress. litica principles that would controlmy

; Her[ orange groves, and big hotels administration chief executiveof
The man who has difficulty in meet as
-; i ing the grocery bills, with comm'odir have been extensively exploited' I&t Florida.' At present I have to WIifUI1 of the
the fact that it is the best man's
will poor point to records made by me in the
ties continually skyrocketing, .
country jn,Americans not been ex- legislature and as a member of the
C? x doubtless be interested to learn that plotted; and that is the most import- railroad commission to convince the \i wt

Uncle, Sam now owes but a fraction ant feature of Florida.. If the fact Democratic electors- that a state gov- Body."Tltere .

a. more than $300,000,000, and that he were generally known that a family ernment of ,which I was the head :

f has recently paid off a lot of his obli- of five or more persons can live comfortably would-be' administered solely in the. 3tik.

a4j f t_ /gations. on a two' re truck patch interest of the people." so fW is no

and even lay something by fox: a While Mr. Burr is a favorite with '' better remedy in

An important newspaper change i is rainy day, Florida's population would the administration forces, other can- the world than

-, announced in Orlando. Robert J. soon double. Just now thousand!/Of didates will be in the race, which I
Holly, formerly' of Gainesville, has people from the northern and central will insure a second primary: A t- Pe-ru-na for systemic -

k =' purchased an interest In the Report- states are moving to Manitoba to bet- torney-General Ellis may enter the ENl A HAWLEY t catarrlS. :. "

edited ter their conditions, but it costs only contest, and Dr. E. S. Grill of Palat- Jf. D.
: er-Star, which has,been ably -- / S. llartman,
*". ; ) about half as much to live in Floridaas ka may also decide to become -
by C. E. Howard, a vepsat/le/ writer a can-
: t ";;,;;$.:, it does in Manitoba. House, clothing didate. Jeff Browne has long had V\ War Veteran's Experience.General .
Mr. Howard
and home topics. -
i ;l. t.J on state food and:fuel do not cost as gubernatorial ambitions and T..A.
{; .;', now retires from the press to go much. Cattle. live the round A.F.Hawley:;: )25th street,N.W.,Washlncton, D.C., write:
year. Jennings, of Pensacola, has given his
? 1, into other business. outdoors and keep fat.. To sum it ,,/have used Peruna and find it very beneficial for kidney trouble and
friends to believe that he will "
'" soon 1 especially good for coughs, colds and catarrhal trouble.
< ';..:':" all up, I would call Florida the "poor be in the race.General .... --- - - - - ----- ----------- --

>!$J..t;:}!;... .. There is a great deal of speculation man's paradise." Not that it is a delightful Albert Gilchrist, popularall Spring and Summer Catarrh. !i I Peruna has for a long time been regarded -

;:..1 \ 1. -'. as'to whether or not Mr. E. H. Harriman .habitat for the rich. Theycan over the state, has also announced There is a form of catarrh especially! as the remedy par excellence for .
#'' :4 the railroad will bet take care of themselves his prevalent in spring and summer,called conditions of this kind.
'f J .. magnate, every candidacy, and is building his I. The testimonials art
Dr. Hartman catarrh. accompanying
prosecuted violating the Sherman where. Why any man can live in political fences, and he will be decided by systemic
q .. a This form of catarrh especially deranges -I sufficient to indicate the promptness
t There to be city slums and rear children when favorite in of the other with which Peruna relieves theM
: ?:: anti-trust law. seems many parts. the stomach, bowels and
tt L Ji "t.'; no doubt that the evidence against they can find Jiome with pleasant state organs of the abdomen. The whole symptoms and the satisfaction whkh
surroundings and healthful environ- muoous tract lining the stomach,liver,I people express concerning the use of
_ c$ ,' i." .. him is amplt and the understanding} ments in Florida af11 price within the Treasurer's Statement bowels and kidneys is in an inflamed Peruna.
ay r ;. is that a majority. of the members of: condition,and these organs fail to per- Catarrh of Stomach.Mr. .
t\'i, reach pf the every day laborer is a Jane 1st, 1907. .
form their function.
the interstate commerce commissionare : proper .W.R.Callahanproprietor uf BigHill
.. f' surprising mystery. I am' no land Balance cash on hand May 1, 1907-$15,703.41 Systemic catarrh may be or may not Farm, and a prominent fruit
:'+: .x: insisting upon his prosecution.. agent or land boomer; I own not one Amount received in May 1907____ 4,4.19.06 be accompanied by catarrh in other grower and stock raiser, Glenvar, ,,a.,

:- t.-: ., Commissioner Clements is being cent's worth of ;property in Florida, Total--_________$ 20,15.147 parts of the body. In some cases there writes:
Less paid in May, 1907, and is a hacking c$agh. It may be also associated -
;'F-' quoted as saying that the only w'ay; but I write these words in hope that warrants warrants delivered to county commissioners with catarrh in the head. "I write to express my kindness
", ;" "i'7 :' to put a stop to the violation of the folks of small means in cities and and board of public instruction toward you and your good medicine,
d;: '"'., t ____._______________..| 4,73105; But, in typical cases of systemic catarrh Peruna."I .
yr'. laws for the regulation of the railroads colder climates, reading this, may all the organs of the abdomen are had a very bad spell of sickness
improve their condition by the sim- Balance cash on hand June 1,1907_ 15,41812 In a weakened and sluggish condition.
'- f\:; :., is to put one or more of the and could not eat anything at all.
millionaire. railroad magnates in ple process /' settling in Florida, The above amount is held as follows Dyspepsia and Biliousness. "My head,stomachin fact,my whole
Fem.1a .' '' : where nature has been so lavish with Sometimes it; is called dyspepsia, at body ached, and it looked as though
Deposited; in Indian River State
F ; -)5 stripes. her gifts. bank as per cashier's certificate attached other tims biliousness, or the patient nothing would do me any good."I .
Y:'.'. to monthly statement and may be suspected of having kidney disease had almost given up. I decided to ,
1S :;::"' The phenomenon of a June snowstorm BLOWING HOT AND COLD cash in safe-------._--_-______--.$15.41S.43 or appendicitis. try a bottle of your Peruna and before
ft t ', : Island witness Systemic! catarrh presents symptoms I had taken half the bottle my apiw hiP
.. ..v at Coney was Balances belon;;m to each fund are as :'
til > follow: which resemble closely a great many came to me and my head teiaiu) a.
:4.: on last Saturday-said to be the first Organized Labor Takes Excep- different diseases. I'; .ta "
.;'.! '. thing of the kind in the history of County. revenue general fund-______$ 61.f* --- -----
: tions to Advocate's Articles road and bride; ___n. fvi74X()
ct : t'' the island. More than 100,000 people building _n___ 12.41 TITUS"VILLE LIVERY STABLE
Titusville, Fla., June 1st 1907. fine and forfeiture ...n. 7.$
':' had gone to the resort to spend To the Gt'neral1'ubl1c of ".. 1-__________ 1.52 Feed and Sale Stables
Titus\iIIe and Bre-
I.1'* -_ the day in riding on the toboggans, vard County. : -321.8*- 2___________ 10031.

1 throwing balls at "nigger heads," Local Union 1428 of Titusville 4___________ 1417W.
Fla. makes game warden fund__u________ 1,5113 SADDLE HORSES
a protest against a cer-
and otherwise cutting up such capers property( of deceased persons
x' 1:" as are to be seen only at Coney Island, tain set of articles that appeared in fund_______ ___________-,._ 5S! BUGGIES
the East Coast Advocate of:May 10th, ** school fund (enl'ral------. )______ 24 20 v SURREYS
:. at popular prices. But in the afternoon special tax !'choo1di!st 1 40.47
J 1907, under the caption of "Mail Or- Spt';i;U School Fund "C' !Sate aid9i+i.25;
{ f a black cloud blew up and turned TURNOUTS
t 4 der Octopus, and an appeal to the Total-____ __15; ,- '4.-12
j ;J loose both sleet and snow upon of all kinds
",' readers of said paper to patronizeout --- -- -- ---
I ;- the pleasure seekers. The proverb- of town help. In one it was a L1'fULOTICt: ; Hauling, Etc.
s i ial l "oldest inhabitants" declared -- -
statement against people The Eureka
sending Fbh
i Company Incorporate'ills '
c '' they never saw such a thing, with mail orders out of town to the differ- '( I>UIIIP!.SOU June 1st and will TUnsiille> Florida
wind up its affair and surrender its; ('harteranll
I spring about gone and summer practically ent mail order houses, \\hen\\ehad go out of business; as soon as possible;
)(r. }o'. S. Terry of C-oinmbi.v, S. C., will '
J within distance. men in business here who ableto
hailing were continue> the business> nnder the name and MASDRY'S VARNISHES
supply the goods wanted, and in style of Eureka Fish ompiny. not imorpor For all Purim
atl*l, with )( ,
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r. George
I '" as manager
;i Titusville Cemetery the other advising such parties that to buy fish to supply his distributing houses

.:; i= The Cemetery committee of the wanted cement work done to employ at not Columbia run any twists and of Charleston his own S. C. but will MARINE SPAR for boats ,

I f ," :. V. I. A. have this week ordered 70 a certain man, who had been called \11 persons are hereby notified not to sell CRYSTAL SPAR for interior
.t anything to said Knreka: Fish use
Co "
b Terryproprietor ,
cl r.: i .rods of wire fence two large gatesJ here (by a new property owner) to except for cash aa no bills will i be
+ '. and one small one for the Titusville do the work. paid by said rank: S.T'rrv. Nomar Floor Finish Nomar Varnish Stains

4 t i- cemetery. It will require 100 posts Now, if it is considered unfair by Signed Prop FRA\RS.TERRY unka Fish toieorse A "Uif'kclryin:.: lrilE,1..' inddun'l'). For all purpose,. specially jdapt It :..:
< \anu-.h tml''t..II..1 1 I! jowin j it *.rs. \arnihin? ,hairs, tables and furnittm
the writer of this article to send mail Bnwkett Manager
: at 25 cents* each to put up the fence, .... .
Color anlui i Dries ,
'! TititeTiIlc rk., June 7th 1907.BOBBINS 1 pr.npnn ij'!": tn>n quickly easily a l.lied.
"i and this amount has to be raised. orders out of town to the detrimentof Remember :Iasury'sThe oldest varnish house in America

.'" Will the lot owners who have not business, men in town is it not
,j ; !: contributed. please send in their donat equally as unfair to advise people to SUPPLY CO.,

'\ tionsas soon as possible. ThIs work employ a man who is not a residentor Eau Gallie, Florida.Play .

I k, :: : should not be limited to lot owners a taxpayer here to do this certain GRAHAM

f.- only, but to every and any citizen ofF kind of work, when there are men in -

F .. Titusville, who will help the cause by this place who are resident and taxpayers co.,

r.r.; ;. paying for one or more posts. who ai e capable and have a (Incorporated Paid up Capital $J5.000,II 0

:'!:\J: The cemetery is now being thor- right to expect patronage from the This company owns landsin Ball I
: the Indian River (nun-
t oughly cleaned and the trees pruned. people here? t try,on tilt H. Lncie River,
,' We hope soon to have a cemetery we This local stands for fair play andis at New River, and on m i&-

.',t.?. may be proud of. composed of men who are residents "ine Biv 1'". iJ 8

,1 ;7.:;'. MRS. A. BRADY. and taxpayers.. here, men, who, PRICES fro SUIT TIlE; TIMES
{. --- -- by their tax and patronage given to
f i : Haywood Jury Now Complete business men here have a right to Send for land list A Complete Line of

;. :>; : Twelve men to try William D. Ha>- expect a living by equal patronagefrom OFFICES .

t I i,' wood for his life on the charge that those who they help to support. TITUSV. ILLE AND VII.\ II. S]?.A.ULDING'r'BASE :

he murdered former Governor Steu- They want our money; we want their ------

-t t ._ ', .. nenberg have been chosen and bound patronage, and so be of service both EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG.

r 4: '. by an oath to deal 'justice between ways. BALL GOODSCarried

: ... state and prisoner. This blowing of hot and cold with F.DUREN, Agent,

I :\:. 5- .. The Haywood jury is made up of the same breath is not healthy for

..{, eight Republicans, three Democrats the paper or the people. We do not i'i\ Florida and by

x. and one prohibitionist. It consists propose to dictate to any one what to

:f f i 4 : ? nine farmers, one real estate agent, door how to do: But when any S \WesternMeats The H. & W. B. DREW CO.

1 : ': ; } : one building contractor and one foreman one condemns in one article what he r

'!>. J' advises in another, and that to the
; j of fence construction on a rai Distributors for
; I; :,fi '- road. There is no man on the jury hurt of resident tax payers here,
l): who works for who has
4 wages or then we think we have a right as a
a i *; : ever belonged to, a labor orfaniza- body of residents, to protest. of all Kinds JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
''F' tion except Burns, who was a member ,
.: : '- oft he carpenters' union 15 years Local Union Carpenters & Joiners,
.< I ".' ..,."".' / ago. < No. 1428,.Titusville, Fla. TITUSVILLE, FLORID Send for catalogue and samples for uniforms

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t 1Y fice of judge of the criminal court of .:;V:'" ":; \::' ::", .- ...;;
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A record,to be established in l5ade county F\f:: ;}C f;:;' 1 :;; ": :

lIiiii IN FAIR FLORID none of the legal lights of the city "'7 i'< .

; and! county have become bold enoughas : tall .J\
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yet to declare themselves as candidates I
t. Jfoit Is Being Done Totiards the De-
; but they are expected to crop "'talari II
!fJ"i; / 'lelopiekt of the Peninsula out,in a short time. The solicitorshipis il!

even that the r.Q 'j ., j 1
greater plum judge- RO
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The ship and already the friends of Red-
.". exports from the port of Pensa '
\ -,cola fOE the month of Mav amounted mond B. Gautier and It R. Taylor of \ It' :

': j. to $1431.892. this city and Hutson B. Saunders, of I

"" ;Front %[Vest ',Palm Beach, declare they will J '
... .tq ten carloads of canta, i'i ;
'"'1. "' e? b be candidates. This office will be a'good
Joupes: re being shippeddally from BAKING P8WOErV
4",- Gainesville thing" and, according to deductions 'V' 'j 7
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;g. f. t
4, .';; ,* already made, will be worth not ;
' ,:. Dade...county, vegetable' growers- will. less than $3,000 per annum. The clerkship il Ii
. this receive, than million I t
1 year more a Nade from .5A;
t' is 'also an easy thing and 'a good !
and 4 half dollars for the crop. g"' :
: << t.hing\and is causing several of the

:J-'ir' Enormous shipments of watermelons : .more, competent of the ,young men of t ti

); are being made 'front Leesburg the city to strain a constant and longing PureGrapeCream Tartar\'J'

and other points, jn Lake county. i weather eye. There will certainly i :

: .. It;is expected ,that work on Gaines- be several candidates for this berth. II '

I. V ville's fine new. government building A11 of the three offices are to be filled The i
only for
, ,<-:" will be commenced at an early date : ,by election, and the race, before it excuse buymg anything but :

; is over, promises to be of the
There are nearlv t thousand five one

,,' hundred acres of watermelons in he warmest: and most hotly contestedever a Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking } i
vicinity of LSesburg and carload sh'p- run in Dade county-Miami Me- .j

ments have already ki ,tr. polls. Powder is to save a few cents 'in price. ; ,t t.-. !

i Dr. Andrew Sledd, president, of: the Showers in every direction, butsoree .
-' r how they all steered clear of ROYAL costs a few cents than Alum ":
. "University, of Florida delivered the-address you more per can or Phosphate -

: Tuesday before the :Sou: them Fort Myers, until last Sunday, when of Lime powders, but it is worth far more than the differenceto
at Greensboro Ala one spilled over Into this town from
University ,
,4: keep biscuits cakes and
Y t the ,south-east and for about one houra your pastry free from the injurious .
From February 1st to April 30th, the effects of .
good rain descended on the parched these cheapening substitutes.
j number bf crates of vegetables shipped .
+ earth, giving it the best wetting it
.. from Manatee was 44824. About three- CJContinued use of Alum means permanent injury to health .
- had received in fully months. ;"
R 3 fourths of the shipments was celery seven
Four-fifths of an inch of water fell, and Avoid Alum Ailments-Say plainly ;
$ Bon. Champ Clark of Mississippi. .
not only revived all vegetation, but
lectured before a large audience In the .
furnished a much needed suppply of BAKING
Tampa Bay Casino Tuesday'night on '
,', water to the dried up cisterns. The
K the, subject, ,"Picturesque Men of
drouth of,1906-07 will long be remem- :
4 America." POWDER / ,
bered in South Florida as the most ,
The state convention or the Baptist protracted known in this section. The

Young People's Union will be held 1n showers are all of a local character, s

the First Baptist church in ,Jackson- but so far as we can hear, nearly every #

< vine beginning Tuesday evening at section of the country has now at ,

7:30 o'clock. haft its share of rain, and the rainy Y

Repairs have been made to the big season is now close at hand. -Fort

's' Spanish mail steamship Alfonso XIII Mjers Press. Weekly Weather Report. While the papers of the county are and the prices being received-$3 per

V in the Pensacola navy yard and the 'Dr. Franklin Miles and Mr. Frank A. JCPITEE, Fn., May 2S. 1907. having so much to say about the grow- crate are entirely satisfactory. As
vessel has sailed for Vera Cruz and Lane have united their energies and Comparative statement of temperatures ing of celery and other vegetables at this industry Is yet in its Infancy here,

";2 then,to Spanish ports. capital and will together plant a one and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. Sanford, they seem to lose sight of the and as this,city Is girthed with unex

Crazed by religious excitement, hundred acre orange grove. The doc- DATE. MAX.1907 MIS. MIX.1W MtV. fact that Palatka is also in this line of celled, but undeveloped soil she will,

Thomas F. Williams of Crewsville, De- tor has purchased from Mr. Lane a May.. 29. 82 2. S7 74 business to a marked extent. Some six In the course of a few years, surpass

Soto,'county, committed suicide at one-half interest in his Palm Grove 30 31. 84 87 73 76 S3 83 74 75 carloads of celery will be shipped from Sanford as a shipper of celery.-PalatI t

Wauchula Monday 'by stabbing himself property at the Devil's Elbow at OIga Jane 1. 81 63 82 74 this immediate section this season, ka Times-Herald. iS
2. 86 70 83 73 I
knife.I and together they have purchased an
; with a large pocket 3. 85 ,72 84 70
r : time eighty acre adjoining tract from the 4. 86 66 84 77 VICTOR
which at
A severe storm one
,. :. Total rainfall for the week 3,37 inches. j'
t1--. reached a velocity of fifty miles an Gardner estate. There are now 15 acres Departure rainfall fortbe week minus 186

.., ..t, hour, swept from the south across cleared and 10 acres set out in grape- inches. Talking Machines, Supplies and
fruit trees, and the contract has been Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st minus!!
Pensacola harbor early Friday morn- 10.43 inches.
ing doing considerable damage to given out for the clearing of an addi- II. P. II\RDIS. Records sold by the ; ;;
tional fifty acres, and the work will be Official in Charge.
small shipping.
pushed until one hundred acres are I 4 INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE JI"
Pensacola's Board of Bond Trustees Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer, :
:planted in fruit trees. Mr. Lane is "t
Blood Purifier FreeIf
M bonds to Greatest 4p
will sell city
.. the amount of $400,000, the money to now completing a warehouse 00x30: your blood is impure, thin, diseased, j TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA .
feet in size, and new buildings for res- hot or full of humors if you have blood _. __ ,.
of the -- -
be used in purchasing the plant
; ; idences and farm buildings will follow.A poison, cancer, carbuncles eating sores, ,
V Pensacola Water Company and for additional large irrigating plant will also be scrofula, eczema, itching: risings! and oL"c, -:'!: 7 ", -,_ _",. t.
paving and sewer work. bumps scabby, pimply skin, l bone pains, -
h installed, and it is the intention to catarrh rheumatism, or any blood or .
; Fish shipments for the week ending grow truck rs well as orange trees. skin disease! take Botanic Blood Balm
Friday morning amounted to two Fort Mjers Press. (B, B. B.) Soon all sores heal, aches i Why is it that the \;

__ car-loads in bulk and 150 barrels, and pains stop and the blood is made :
At last the Caloosahatchee river is
pure and rich. Druggists or by express
which nearly twice as much as
was receiving some attention from the $1 per large lx>ttle. :Sample free bv writing -
J for the previous week. Most of the Government The Menge Bros. have Blood Balm Go, Atlanta, Ga. B B.
fishermen are taking a rest, though B. is especially advised for chronic, deep- LudwigPi
just received a contract from the Engineer's -
the season will not close till June 15th. seated rase", aa it cures after all else fails. r
department to remove snags
Punta Gorda Herald.H. .
from the Upper Calloosahatchee and JAMES C. SPELL
P. McXeill, proprietor of the Annex the Orange rivers, and also to remove V

saloon, Jacksonville, shot and kill- some of the rock points on the upper Physician and Surgeon'Phone all 0

ed Henry Parker at \Iayport last Fri- I river with djnamite. The contract 17TITUSVILLE >

day. At the time of the murder Parker will cover a period of several months,

was fishing with three women, and the Menge Bros. will rig up the FLA.

when McXeill came up remarking, "I 'steamer, Suwanee for this purpose, as -- is preferred by those who are admittedlythe
have caught ," and shot four times, Pleasant
you the Government has no snag boat at Spend a

almost instantly killing Parker. It Is hand to do the work. Xone is more best judges of tone? The answer is

r :" said that jealousy led to the crime. I familiar with the needs of the Caloosa- alfHour c

7 f McXeill has been bound over for trial I hatchee waterway than the Menge easy. It is because everyone who has

I at the next term-of circuit court. Bros., as they have steamboatei it on t
I played the Ludwig knows that in it
A particu ar'y sad double drowningis this: river for over twenty y' ars. and

X reported from Apalachicola where this contract will enable them to makea + is embodied every artistic qualitythatit

on Saturday last R. C. Blocker, an vast improvement in the corditions 4looking

F ; old Confederate veteran and an eleven of the river, for they will know jut meets every demand of the expert required -

year old boy, Chauncej Barr where the work of improvement can

a '' Mood lost their lives. The accident be most effectively accomplish>,i. This for the truest interpretation of

occurred while Mr Blocker was using work will not improve the river for ever the HENRY BOSCH COMPANY -
2 WALL PAPER sample at music---that it that indescribable -
an oar'o"push his launch away froma navigation but' will assist material your possesses
own home -sitting comfortably in your ,
a wharf. Only one person aw the to prevent overflows, for the cuttingoff easy chair! You can make a better selection delicate charm which is diffi-
that way than by ransacking the stores.Yea ,
occurrence and it seems Blocker and of some of the sharp points will -i see tK. whoU line the very latest I :

}'oungIood) both fell overboard at permit the water to run off to the Gulf dealers the loveliest tints and richest cult to analyze. but which is designatedby

the time. Although taken from much quicker than is now the case.- I color effects including imported patterns.
same Everything good in wall papers in the
the water a, short while after having Fort Mjers Press.Indigestion. Bosch line. some musicians, who appreciate thatit
resuscitation It's economy. twr-yon ret the lowest I
fallen in, the usual means of New York- lucaao ricn..
failed. I Will call with Bosch Sample can correctly protray every varying
heart burn HatuU I any hour you name. Look
With companions -
at Key i its them ov.r to Tour heart's content -
officers emotion the "soul"
health of the
local as Ludwig.
r 'r >nce, torpidity of the liver, t'Om.tipation -Dot the ktft obligation to ,
b r'. West have been instructed by Sur- palpitation of the heart, poor Mood, buy.being the It's Roach oar war Wall of PaperIi sdrer.-. I,
geon-.General Wman to put in force tiradatheaml other nervous yirptoms,
sallow skin, foul otlensive breath
>, the quarantine restrictions against: Cuba ami a legion of other ailments is at once V. W. ELDRED Sold by
:( because of the prevalence of yel- the most widespread and destructive

low fever in the provinces of Havana malady among the American people. The Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator ,
and Matanzas. This will not i iterr The Herbine treatment will cure all these Scrimgeour Building Indian River
troubles. oOc. bottle Sold bj Red Cross
of freight ands TITUSVILLE FLORIDA i I
_-f- fere with the bringing Pharmacy. ,
will bar out -- ---
immune passengers, but it --
Music HouseTitusville
The order for quarantine HCLLISYtR'3
: came without warning and Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets'A HANDY MOTH PAPERA

on-immunes have been Busy Medians for Bisy People I'
thousands of moth and disinfectant. Placed
QoUan Health and Renewed Vigor.A destroyer '
,!; V caught in Havana. The only way out Brings s p nfic for Constipation.Indirection.Live under carpets or in the folds of fur and cloth ,
direct to E.zemll.lmpure ing it drives away moths and worry Twelvesheets
for them is to take a steamer and Kidney Troubles haiple
j tuo<"_ Bad Breath. Sing;8h BoK Headache in a packet carnage prepaid 10 cents.
New York. and Backache. It's Rocky Maintain Tea in tablet Six packets 50 cents if druggist doesn't have it \
a form. 85 wnM a box. nuin* made by
w While It Is practically understood HOI.Llsnn'l'KtQ CoKPAtT, Madison,Wis. Madigan fodder Work..,Selertion 0146Clarkeetille ---
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;i: *;, l rz... 'ik'4. ere s :.puaie,ur.News' ; 'huDds i }of Biz. important Important comes from Deals deal In Bartow pnoas BEST FOR THEBOWELS I EDUCATIONALA I A Summer cioninYourlSitchen '

\A"f.-t ,. ** Some'12,000 acres have just been sol-I
c! Million to Uplift Negroes.
n 4 the Consolidated of .
Sii. by Land Company .
._ It Ton hrnrenl a repl..lIealth,movement of the Miss Anna T. Jeanes an aged Quaker -
f ::' Jacksonville of which "concern W. F. powers every day you're 111 or will be. Keep your
., jewels open and be well. Force la the shape ofTtolent philanthropist of Philadelphia has
'" \ <.Coachman, y?. .J.. HUlman and J. A phyaleorptnpoleonisdanRerous. The given $1,000.000, or one-fourth part -
smoothest easiest most perfect way of keeping
L rr Cranford are among the principal the bow
f J wstockholders* tolhe Bradley Fertilizer CANDYCATHARTIC to'Booker T. Washington to I

'''': \:1, :; 'V Company''of'Bc. ton. The price paid assist In the education of negro chil-
'' dren In the south. The gift was madeto -.
:4'r" : $, Is said. to Have been $600,000. 1 1Don't
; : : -. Mr. Washington in person after he
tyt ; .
.', three In convincing swelter thissimmer
;J- $ ''>Florida Woods it Jamestown had spent days ;
c,,7. Miss Jeanes that the purpose In view 0 t
.4 with the temperature C
Mr. Henry CurtI, the Industrial was worthy. The understanding was .

.Y ",agent of the eSatward Air Line Railway / that the money should be used In at 110. Get t:

) ,*: : '_hardwoods Marlon county had,on exhi- EAT 'EM LIKE 'CANDYuJr schools Id various sections In which .
Wick Blue Flame Oil
..ij.. 'bttion at the Tampa ,Midwinter FUr Palatable. Potent Taste Good., Do rudimentary and practical courses of
R- "", Good Sl education should
::. "..pot $ and put in.shape to go on ex 10 eenUtxr Write fOr free sample and book- Stove and have a coolkitcnen. .
rv. letoahe<la. Address 03 authority for'the disbursement Is vested -
ldbltlon"at the Jamestown Exposition. Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. In Washington and nollis B. Fris- TheNEW

-f'!I ""'.:".J,- : "tin Curtis is 'never- more happy, than KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN sell, one of his colleagues. The. fatherof

'. :lCIi:.. lit working to have Florida appear ;o Miss Jeanes was'Isaac Jeanes, who PERFECTION

: : ;advantage, end has been a faithful amassed a fortune In the. dry goods
.:t p'r,: ...: snit willing fri nd.-pcala Bauer. Change in Banking CirclesAn business,

.ii" ,, J. important change in banking circles Catholic Chapel at Cornell.In Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStoveproduces

'Z: f'f..J *. J\. Went Astiore at Norris Cutv has Just occurred in Gainesville. the absence of official contradiction -

: >: V-l .'" .* steamer south bound went )wic f' ashore
'= \; off Norris' Cut late Wednesdays in which they are engaged, H. agreement has been entered into be- concentrated heat, no soot, no dirt. Oil is always at a maintainedlevel

: ..evening and was fast for several F. 'Dutton & Co., bankers decided to tween Cornell university and the Roman ensuring a uniform flame.Made in three sizes. Every
Catholic bishop of Rochester, Me-
t before'she was able, to extricate her give up business. When this became stove warranted. If not at your dealer's write to our
wt which Catholic
5 Quaid, by virtue of
; ,. self and proceed on her voyage. A mownMayor W. R. Thomas immediitely students at Cornell who wish to study nearest agency for descriptive circular. '. -

; number of local boatmen learnt g,that organized a new banking company mediaeval history, psychology and

'' J a 'vessel was ashore started out to her composed of W. R. Thomas G. K philosophy may do so under Catholic A The f *.* ALamp is the best lamp for

x Chase I resident professors and receive the all-round household -
; ; but found upon arrival that assistance roome, H. F. Dutton C.V. v

./' was not needed. It is said consider? J. H. Vidal, S. J. Thomas awTJ. P. I same academic credit as though they use. Made ,
took work under the regular Cornell of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled.
A I. Perfectly
abiecargo was 'jettisoned before she Padgett which has purchased the Dutton -
departments. Former President An- constructed absolutely safe; unexcelled in lightgivingpower
C floated Her could not building and fixtures and which ;
name ,
*' drew D. White gave out a statement W ; an ornament to any room. Every J lamp warranted.If .
learned.-Miami Metropolis.! will continue the banking business. saying that he favored the purpose of dealer'swrite:
at your to our nearest agency.
James M. Andrews' former chairman Bishop McQuaid to establish a Catholic -
4 .- r $10,000 Suit For Slander STANDARD) OIL COMPANY
I of the Board of County CommIs- chapel resident hall and lecture ,

v ; *A sensational case growing: out. of sioners of Escambia county on trial rooms at CornelL He says that for INCORPORATED

.; "the special election Is. the suit fo; for graft, pleaded guilty In court at. fifty years he has been In fervor of -. .-- -- _. .

"t -i .,# $10,000 for slander or 'defamation ofCharacter Pensacoia Thursday, although) establishing sectarian and denominational -
schools In the neighborhood of
: brought.byGus A. Morton, raving plead not guilty. This was
4 large universities so that students Florida East Coast
r 1 'ome of the defeated! candidates: for done after the state had examined a may get a broader Insight and a wider RailwayLocal

State] Senator against John F.. Jackson score or more of witnesses, whose vision into the great studies. In the
Card No. 70. In Effect April 1901.
y one of our prominent' eittzens. names! appeared upon the pay rolls past he thinks the progress of education 1

4 1 f *. Pioell'' & Son are' attorneys for the and who stated) that they had neve has been retarded by the clan- SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.

\ plaintiff and the case promises to attract : worked for the county. Counsel for nishness of some sectarian Institutionsand Xo. 351No. 29 I-No. 78'No. 28 .
regards McQuald's move as astep I STATIONS (, ....
wide! attention on account of the Andrews requested information of the 00 Dan, Daily Daily Daily .
1 forward. lie points out that sucha 00
: prominenoi of the rt.tLeVV" county solicitor as to the number of N 6 iA 9 -'All Lv__Jackanviile.4r 72is ti SoaM, W
policy has been followed In Europe i' G Osri 9 ass _South JackwDvUle.-Lv Ivs! 8 42.11, P"'J
2 Ttme -Demo i .t. % witnesses of this character still remaining with p 7 3a10 40x11"' ...___!'-L Augusline.._.._ 6 FPV; 7 40AII:
great success. d 7 63i'V 11 IIC W&.. ....-...- U..tingl....._. 6 r.PIII 6 4-AII:
y and when Informed that there Women School Teachers Win. 8 Dips 2 3.i Lv..laet: Palatka.Lv 5 6 255M tn
May Be Located at Bartow to: :: llA1l : 0
were a dozen or more, they held a 8 fair 12)i', tit..- Pltlatka.-.Lv 4 6 OOAII,
s It is likely the Methodist Orphanage After the bill providing equal pay CIt') 7 4tcv' l1 10r5..v....._. .... Paiatka___.....1r 5 4.'iPllj 6 5UAM. f Z I
t with short consultation and then announced : for equal work without regard to sex 9 "-Ail 3 2."n Ar __.aD Mateo.,....... _.Lv 5 lOes'V' ;
4 e S connected the Methodist Episcopal the decision to enter a plea of guilty In the X"w" York city schools had M 3u>Ni 7 SOAl L\".=: ._ An Mateo___...Ar 330"1 7 4AM! .P"'J...J

church, South, In Florida, will oe the senate and In 9 lass 12 3.xe Lv..._.._..Iunnells.Lv 5 3AJI: M..t
to the information. The latter passed was dangerof r.n
) (1 91Z'a:: 1244y .4..._....... )upont_ 4 lea 5 2.uI'! "'"
a located at Bartow. That town has offered charged: securing the signature of the! being pigeonholed In an assembly' ""'"o4 9 4M 11= ''i" _... Irmowt_" 3 53x( -I 5..11 .P"'J...J L
i. the property formerly used by committee the women teachers lobby 03 ...* 10 (< 12'sM! ._ Daytona......._. 3 4:11I) 4AJI.JQ .
clerk of the board by false pretenses, 1 nil!' 13rw._._fort Orange- _.__ 3 3=wul 4 3AII'
the South Florida Military Institute, forgery and uttering forged by strenuous efforts got it before the 3 $ }O 3.1P1'2-0xs Ar..NcK.: = 'myrna___.._.Lv 3 I5PII: 4 1-:; ('t) VJd
fi y t comprising main building with about papers. assembly and it was passed by a vote N 2tvu M: .. M L'le! lleTen _:Lv d! 6r'' r
The maximum penalty for these offenses I_ r 103IAIII 4 3-"""v(' j_Orpage t,1ty U 3.'itAA 619n1
of 105. to 13.: The bill now before CJ
I 35 bed rooms, besides class rooms and goes lifAM-.4:
is forty years. Mayor McClellan. H ...,.,1 05i51 0
114 21kM L\_Nets rnsrna..-_ 3 6tQn' 4 '"
', & r a mess hall kitchen and laboratory I 11 19I''I 2 :>;..l'' .._......".n1t iti1L.... _. Lv 2 3 40a4 ::s "
a equipped with heating apparatus A 1 11 : __31T4_ \r T'tSill'-- _. I.t 1 es 30)4
Dangerous Deadlockthat Baseball Players and :=== :- =::::: MOOr'4
Iliod a i)(N .\I. .__ an; _.I'" 11 ''' 'I ss's I ,... ......
.1 : and lights; also the president's home sometimes terminates fatally is the Foot Racers! 2Ui 61471 !! =n'll.,'%... _.._....;:!. f rd ___._._' \r 5 ftee' 11 1Pas' ..

I' i: and a gymnasium, and eight acres of stoppage: of liver and bowel functions.To Louis J. KmJoer ex.champion long.distance CI) 11 :.::+3f;; 3I.v.: ..__.....Tiru vrlle.. ...._..Ar .5c5 3Phu (:) ........J
) land. quickly end this condition without Holland \.c U 12 :;::31' 3 :.>M1". .l Il.L" I Jjpl1 2 Las ...
sensation Dr Sew font ra'"f>Germany and 12 a: AV111; : .. .Incklrlce__ 1) ;;:M' 2 111.11
disagreeable King's writes, Oct. 27, 1001: t orAllj 4 77a: ; _tIl.1: UaJae _. J2 454''1' 14-as P"tI.I r7
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j F. E. C. Improvements Life Pills should always be your remnly. "During training of eight weeks' ...., c lI'A"' :; __)Icll>ourne_ 12nvt, 1r.JI: (:)
Guaranteed absolutely satisfactory!' in every my = t aii'rt: 511ai ___-t'bastiln.! HI M: 1253tJ11 ,ri
A bridge and construction gang of case or back at Titasville Phar foot races at Salt l..akeClty, in April last! ._< 2 OeW' 5 5't.! : : LIe__. OJ 10 554tr1 I ierk:
money I used Hallanl's Snow Liniment to my 3: 0 act, 6 l.r; __Fort I'ieree__ 10 ifAII; 11 avM
l 'a the F. E. C. railway arrived here macy. 25c.; satisfaction. o a 3 3'IJI. 6 3 ? I': .. _. .. .TI balls._.__ 10 iSis It a1W Z
great: 12 3 :::AMj 6 UlJj" Eden__,...._. J.) lItJ1 111.MI; CO
Monday for the purpose of making Schooner Wrecked. Therefore, I highly reo>inm<*n Mallory Liniment to all who are troubled with .... 3 3 :'(M'l' 6 iVd; ___. tul&rt...__..._ 1) ((.riy 10 Siiu ,
? extensive improvements to the
very rht'\1Inati'm.- & COo 4 I.'AH 7 2JPK __.llo'e :'c.un.I__._ 9 ;r: A" iw 2!43 y/1
t' ft tracks at and about the freight depot. (Miami Metropolis.) !sprains, bruises or 25c., 4 4se:: !! ( 7 4iPM _..._. .West JU.itU.. ._.._ 9 20AH luec"t SummeOpen
E ;50c. an.l $1.00. Sold byTitimille Phar 4r 5 liw, 8 i'.-s fc _%<'!'t 'ilm beach_...... s iw 9>> s'-rM
One and the principal of these will be The coasting schooner Stephen K. macy. 4: 5 4u!:/ H 41-al 1.. rnton__.......... 1\ ':Y';' 9ldrl! :
5 :.1\1: s .v-j: .__ fray ...__.. M 81itx
Mallory Capt. Sweeting, and :..,.. ---- S :" a"cry .j
the in that
filling of all of the
part ti lcrdale_.__. "
,( I. r ; : M: : 1 vrt u< 7rs, : :-:=-ar
valuable now lie sunk rocK 6 7SH :>% .nja. ..._ ** 71' .
track over trestle to the river front cargo on a Watermelon on ExhibitionMr. 9 .. tII 7ti: ... i
+ ; UI1V'! :: __Pallandale..-_ 7 (4'M 7 ;; .: +
with crushed rock and bulk-heading shoal off Basin Hill and both may ro- S. J... Griggs, living at Oxford, (;Q CQ 7 ".'HI 10 ilr-T -. .Lemon: City... ....... 6 41;* 7 fl*. if
I suit in total loss. 7 ..Qh!( rose \r _Mismi. _..._LT 6 1-Jil 7'*. v:
the entire dock front with the same a but who has a fifty-acre watermelon! CX's..__ 1.\:- Miami.__.._.:AF _____' Ir ht
x material. There are twenty-five or The Stephen R. Mallory sailed from patch in Marion county, was in Ocala J'r 1__ : :_. _Ilome<
:I i thirty men in the gang, and the work Miami last Monday morning en routeto Friday, and as the proof of the pudding Daily: C'ft'I't Sunday.

: Key West carrying a cargo of So. ::1. X0.19 : \ I 1. I I
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t is such that several weeks will be is in the eating he brought with No?1 No-17 Sonn. o.J" So. 20 _
:sit A 1)1\111' ( o.
}1 : consumed in its completion. During starch valued at $COO for a Key West him a sample: of his crop. 'This melons >" Kx. pajiy' Daily .1.\\ PO..T T.KANCII *air;> .)Datlri, Daffy 'Dati'K.!i'd....d.
merchant besides other freight and flair'l' sun.1: | Bun ;: lsty
; this time the men will be in camp they on exhibition at the Seed: Store of I -
several All well until 9 5M-V6 4'opy-II'P'fi' !!: >> 10 MV Lv.._: Ja-uuviIIe....__Sr7 Uvas.. -CuiJl '"fwt" 9
having pitched several large tents passengers. went Messrs. Martin & Cam, and weighs 4 :: '. '.:-1) Ir'P: Ir-V 10 teat'!Lv.....-i.. J: d.'n'-iIle.\r<55'-vs jJiI'lu.lo .. r. ;. v; :.:'i'Ir 9 law
the vessel was off Basin: Hill, a point 'I 0 S.X'l'i :2-c;; :) r.;.- ; I' P9.I 10 a9Ax 1.\.__. 1:<-Ri-h...._..AT 2"'v i "'.e L.'i. ;'IA 8....
along the railroad track at the abut 3S This nitloa is the Improved .
of '-
pounds. 1? "; "; ?. "i :::: .aI" lIArl.vw.Mlr.ntic Ia.-h Art? rv7 ;-.." i9 t-o. I 1'tI' 8 iM
ment of 13th street. These tents are off Key Largohen she ran on a rock blob G"m'arlet and possesses 1"2! ...:!.,;:!oi6.1-'c"'c jFS Il truth._ ......._ M iy; OUT:_t'.-.'t _j i'oo .. OIiIS 87x..

t I large and convenient and well arranged punching a hole in her bottom andcausing extraordinary shipping qualities.Mr. iTSULia: ; : AD; OCGBEJAI\ STEAMSHIP\ CONNECTIONS AT MIAXI.

ii one being a cook and the other a her to sink in a few minutes. Griggs sold five carloads f. o. !>.

-4 ; mess tent, while the others are used Details of the accident are not obtainable and will begin shipping on the :30th.: Close: Ccrr.eciion! Made il Ktcmi with Steamships! of the P. & 0. S. S. Ce pasy.
but it is that ('
stated apt.
for sleeping purposes. It is quietlyrumored Ocala Banner. KEY NEST AND HAVANA.
that this work is preliminary' Sweeting bad retired, when the watcn .

t f to more extensive improvements whic'a on deck lost ,their bearings and rau Badly Mixed Up Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Sid No Transfers.

ly the company has now under contemplation the vessel onto a rock bank. While Abraham Brown, of Wiriterton X. Y. -.--- -- -- .
Then Time Table* show the time- which trt'-i 1:11"to< t-\: j.t-c u 110 arrive at and ft'l..n
;he schooner is submerged she is ia had IIIu\ahlt\ ; 'noIn fmnitlie-c.! -tati.. their ar:1v.l !. ,. >! ..
: here, which is the build a very fSfx-ri: n-,1. ; : ?.r < ; :r i t. lit' -ah1 is not gnaraanee.l!
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shallow water and may be saved MVJS: "Iwtorrratbadf' niixitl'itotertie n >r thl.'c'nll'RH1'to btbciJ res-i-otibffiU-forn: y d 1. .tea.v. ; : ;arUingilerfr'.m.For .
0. ing of station between
a new passenger -
: one said bear! (MM-a-w': tWit Call!I.-tl it
10th and 11th streets, enlarge- though the cargo of starch which was kidney trouble; the fourth h.n.lpoi.n.: | Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Othtr Information

in sacks, is a total loss. The crew and anti l the fifth stonicli aii'l liver troui-it. "
ment of the freight terminals and the ; "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.

passengers escaped with case aa.: ; lint none of them: hells-ti. J me, JH> my wiltadviMtl '
erection of a machine shop near the J. U. RAHNER. Asst. Gen'I Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE: ; FLA.
without danger. l twins: Kl'-ctne Uitteis, whirls are .
water front of the river, all of which
restoring Inc f' jHTfect he'altli. Chit U,t-
11 will be under way it is said, before Wreckers are now about the sunken tie' did> me More ."...1| than! all! the fire

fall.-Miami Metropolis. vessel and an effort is being made to .l Ie N-tors prferibfil." inanuitcpil: to cure

r float her. in which event she will b! blond poi.m, wt'akn.'o1101 all st"maci! QUEEN OF SEA ROUTES.blerchants

4 .8 either towed to Key West or brou;!hl liver atnl ki'lney. ;Oc ti>m|> :LlIIt!' hy Thn,,villeI'iiarnaacv.

here for repairs.
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i Mica Axle Grease The Stephen R. Mallory is owned in C; eta. S rr 0 r.. X .

Key West and was a well known 9escahe & Miners
: Steamship Lines
..'. Best lubricant for axles ia the coaster, plying; between Miami and Signature j ctg8T ,

world-long wearing sad very ad- Key West for the past year or more f --BETWEEN-

*, Ci... hesive.ct in the freight and passenger business

Makes a heavy load draw like a She was a two masted vessel of 31 SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA

4.. light; one. Saves half the wear en gross tons, 54.4 feet in length 18 fee ,

wagon aad lean: and increases the beam, 6 feet depth and was built in utt'sPilis Direct Connections for- -

a earning capacity cf your outfit. Cedar Keys in 1895.

Ask your dealer for Jlica Ails A Motherwill Washington New York and Boston.
Grease. Happy ,
After eating,persons of a bilious habit
STANDARD see that her baby is properly eared will derive great benefit by taking one

tai CO. for-to do this a good purgative:, is nwessary. of these pills. If)OU have been Through tickets on sale at principal'ommodations .,

TOIL. Many babies suffer from worms DRINKING TOO MUCH, .\ and cuisine
!t and their mothers don't know it-if unsurpassed.
fe.a ii.' your they will promptly relieve the nausea, SEND FOR BOOKLET.
baby is feverish and
104 : doesn't sleep at
nights, it is troubled with \\"ormfhilt"s SICK HEADACHE -

; a t. : Cream Vermifuge will clean out these andnen'ouiness"high follows,restore II. C. VERY, Com'l Agent Jacksonville.J. .
.- feel ,
: : worms in a mild pleasant way. Once the appetite and remove gloomy

tried always' used. Give it a trial. Price ings. Elegantly sugar coated. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. & T. M., w. P. TURNER. P. T. !I.,

25 cents. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy. Take No Substitute. GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, MD.L .

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!i ltAi'M8de. Miserable by Was Once an Important Test of -i
';kf.t:5li Guilt or Innocence. Price For Bull.

,f :W Kidney. Trouble. The cold water ordeal was one of the The highest price ever paid for a -

*!i! ss>- 1 most Important tests of guilt or Innocence horned animal at any auction In the ,
'< -, <'; a few hundred years ago. If the for
world so far as known was paid -
V?fff KIdDer.trouble preys upon the mind dis- accused floated, he was guilty; If he Stockwell, king of the herd of Jersey e.r

;;r "'!r,courages and lessens ambition;beauty,vigor Kant, he was innocent. In the twelfth cattle sold at the Linden Grove farm '. i, ,
1'J_y'V.... .' :;-- St..... disappear cheerfulness when the soon kidneys century some altar vessels were stolen near Allentown, Pa. The price was <

";:; s are out of order frdm the cathedral of Laon, and the $11.500, and It was understood that the 2&iQliu

4!.' .. "or diseased.{ learned Anselm proposed that a child bidder was Thomas F. Ryan and that !

Kidney trouble has from each parish and then a child from the bull 'was Intended for his Virginia ..I

'JJ--; ,. become so prevalent each household should be put to the estate. At the same sale five young

;; _', T. : that it is not uncommon test and so on until the guilty one was cows sired by Stockwell brought prices ,

if r for a child to be born I found. The proposition raised a great between $:.000 and $3,000 each, and a
4 ; 4?afflicted with weak kidi i outcry and the people clamored that seven-months-old calf brought $10,500:: The Kind You HaTe Always Bought, and which has been, .
r % = neys. If the child U in use for over 30 years, has borne -the signature of
n-I those who had easiest access to the while the total for ninety-seven head

...4 urine-scalds- the flesh ales or if,when the, If child church be the first to undergo the or- was $93.9oO, the average being the and has been made under his per-

eez reaches an age when it should be able to dcaL highest recorded at any cattle sale In '2ir- sonal supervision since Its infancy.

,: control the passage; It Is yet afflicted with This looked reasonable enough. So this country. Allow no one to deceive yon in this. 1

i bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of the bishop ordered the six priests of Price of Breadstuffs Up. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good" are but .
;: ;.r the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first the cathedral to for the test.
prepare that
trifle with and of
the health
;..1< step should be towards the The threatened shortage In the wheat endanger
treatment of In the meanwhile Anselm thought to 1
t", .' these important organs. This unpleasant crop and the high price of that commodity Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
try experiment as a pre- {
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the are now reflected in the boostIn
liminary test. So he was bound and
;, kidneys and bladder and not to a, habit as the price of flour, which has risen
placed In a tub of water. To his great What is CASTORIACastoria
4. most people .
w: supwse.c from $4JiO to $6 In the last month. If
; Women as wen as'men made satisfaction a\ well as discomfort he
' are miserable continued this would necessitate a
'- with kidney and bladder trouble promptly sank. The day ,arrived and is harmless
smaller loaf of bread or a cent ad- a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric ,
4 ,and both need the same great remedy with it an immense crowd to see the ;
, In price. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant Ifc -
The mild and the lance
immediate effect of trial. The first priest sank the second ;!
. t Swamp-Root is soon realized. It Is sold floated the third sank, the fourth floated Reprisals Against Reading. contains neither Opinm, Morphine nor other Narcotic
' ,, by druggists, in has been substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
; : fifty- the fifth sank, and then Anselm The city of Philadelphia j
1--- cent and one dollar": himself-wonder wonders-in. spiteof stirred to resentful expression and boycotts and allays Feveri>lmess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind .
sizes. You may have a against Colic. It relieves Troubles .
sample bottle mail experiments and protested Innocence Teething cures Constipation ;

free also pamphlet by tell- Home of ..... oo. Coated around with the buoyancy of an rr the Reading and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the 1!, '

,,'. ing all about it. including many of the air bubble. While he was serving his railroad on account Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.

thousands of testimonial letters received sentence in prison Anselm found time r- of Its The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. .
:'y from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer I to write a learned treatise on the "In- 1 rate raising retaliation r

. E'. & Co. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and expediency of the Water Ordeal and for
t : mention this paper.Don't Its Failure In Many Cases"PASSPORTS f two cent fare GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSctihe

: make any mistake. bat rememberthe legislation. By
i name Swamp-root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- IN FRANCE. order of President Signature of ,

;4' Boot, and the address Binghampton. Y., i Baer, he ,
on every bottle. 1 of "divineright"
The Kind That Were leaned In the
: Time of Louis Sti 1. ,A I 1 fame In
An East Coast
RRi Industry.
The mysterious cards of the Countde connection with
(Tampa News.) Vefgennes each contained a brief q the miners' .

-4 It's "all to the tobacco' with George history In cipher of those to whom they strike all suburban .

M. Green, the well-known "Merry MIc!:" were given. De Vergennes was Louis ',. 4 commu- '

XV I:s minister of foreign affairs, and '' tation rates The KM You Have
of Seventh: and Nebraska. For years"George when strangers of a suspicious charac- ,' were raised Always Bought .
has dallied with various side
from 23 to 100
ter were about to enter France he Issued -
disgrace to them these strange card, George F. Baer. per cent. Pub In Use For Over 30 Years.

of dying rich. He has recently which acted as passports, and were lic meetings were held promptly and THC CCIIIT&UII COKMHT. -t7.AAY.TniT. WtW TOM CITE

invaded the sponge-beds of the Gulf also intended to give Information con- committees were appointed to organIze I :it""" t -
with deep-sea diving Greeks-and also cerning the bearer without his knowl- the entire city, and 'various business '
and traveling men's associationsare
13'r edge.In.
with indifferent success. But now,
the first place, its color Indicatedthe backing the movement Rather
George has a "sure thing and he
than pay the Increased rates sub-
nationality of the man who car many
, leave stonight for Jacksonville to ried It. The person's age approximately urbanites began riding In on trolleys, :

close a deal that will put him in the was told by the shape of the and business houses planned to divert

Flagler class. card. A fillet around the border of the freight to other lines while there was

\ George has been proceeding with card told whether he was a bachelor talk of unfriendly and Irksome city 11fINCHE5TER.

this latest venture strictly "on the married or a widower. Dots gave In- ordinances.Iron .

formation to his and for- and Steel .
." as position Exports.The
qulet So reserved has he been oa
, tune, and the expression of his face bureau of statistics at Washington
the Important subject that his bosom
was shown by a decorative flower. figure the probable total of Iron
friend and partner Signor Elmo Cecent The stranger's religion was told by and steel exports for the fiscal year at

.' hasn't dreamed the truth. the punctuation after his name. If he $173.000.000 as compared with $..- "NUBLACK"Loaded

Sometime ago, George acquired a was a Catholic it was period, If a OOrt.OOO in 1007.

rich piece of land near Pablo eBach, Jew a dash If he was a Lutheran a Disasters Hurt
Pacific Mail.
r--- Black Powder Shells
and began the cultivation of hot pep- semicolon and no stop at all Indicatedhim The annual report of the Pacific Mail
nonbeliever.So .
pers. He had an expert In charge a Steamship company says that Its earn-
a man's morals, character and
and the results have been wonderful.George lags were ?IX59.U-13. a decrease of Shoot Strong and Evenly
appearance were pointed out by the
cow has several acres under $SST.OK: being attributed to numerous f r1
pattern of his passport and the author Are Sure Fire 1
wrecks and to the effects of ,
the San
cultivation and he the condiment ,
says ities could tell at a glance whether he

product of his pepper-farm will sooamake was a gamester or a preacher, a physician Francisco earthquake. ::41\ Will Stand Reloading.

;I the Hastings potato crop resen- or a lawyer and whether he

y ble meal-tickets. was to be put under surveillance or SCIENTIFIC I s '
punched 1.4&i: Get The (j
allowed to go free.-Sunday Magazine.A : They Always ?me.
Thanks to George and his 2 '
peppe Tears Kill Disease Germs. i -v' F.
farm things will "warm up" considerably follvRe In Bokhara.
Dr. C. IJmlahl of Cojienhapen tells For Sale Everywhere.:
along the East Coast next seaso.'l.he There lay behind the great arch and ia the London lancet of his discoverythat !

has made a contract with the East the domes and the minarets a retired tears have the power to kill various _'} AJ'J jj"".:-LJ9MW;,T&,
of ancient trees and shaded
Coast hotels to furnish them with all precinct bacteria which produce disease in
walks a grove In the midst of a city,
the human ody. This bacteriacidal
the Beside
pepper-sauce they require. colonnaded in quadrangle by the pointed il
capacity of the lachrymal fluid Is not
the hotness of the Green toba-v
sauces arches of the students cells. Under
due to its inorganic components, but
; co will be like :ice-cream soda and ia the trees was a sort of summer houseor
largely to the organisms; which It contains
the course of time with the natural development pavilion. Two or three young men known as leucocytes. The fluid

r of the industry, the naive: were walking in an avenue against the when heated nnd cooled fails to prevent -
and the stone
of George Green will stand beside that farther olounade. on the growth of bacteria to the
steps of a wide shaded pool sat several
same degree as when In Its normal
of the Mcllhenny's ofew Iberia La. refZ0\:
mollahs on their praying rugs. Wevisited tate.
as a leading contributor to the "spice a number of the students In
of life." their cells monastic little brick walled Vegetables Prevent Cancer. dangerous malady

George leaves tonight for Jacksonville room where they live the year around Dr. Robert Bell a prominent physician bu' don't need to '1\\
of Ix>ndr>n. England:: hold that you
to look at the Jarm and incid>,\ (there art no vacation in Mussulman
Is not caused l> microorganism
y any
::4 ally to close the deal for supplyingthe colleges not uuusuiil and: for for a student years on after end.passingthe It Is but Is the result of faulty sue a sock around TBALLARD'S \

East Coast hotels. He has decided diet and sanitation
consequent Improper -
school to end as much V
primary sis
: to call his sauce "Hotstuff Bill.' in ''I as fifteen or twenty years at his higher of the ody. In a recent lecturehe 3 1 your neck to cure it., 1

\ honor of Major Frecker. of Tam.)'!. studies, though: usually lo such a long announced that bad eating and

: whom he I !a the production of cancer. One of
to distribute a few sample arour. college iu the order of advancement. ji
t : II of
the special onuses was the eating
\ Tampa. Each bottle will bear oa t3t j Quiet menthese: students, mildeyed too much red meat. but In general the

label, a likeness of George himself i patient often middle aged.-Minneapolis person who ate freely of n'I'tahle"an.1 SNOW
lielhnan.Thr .
.. and the trade marke of the lrepar.ltlon. milk was letter able to resist the
of In his whole life iNIMENT id
, I approa'-h tanner
_' including the motto: "Tht> ( ll 1 Ii'i llcnr of a Child.
: he had met only one cancer patient
a hot time in the old town toaig ht."' I That whit-i disparage- and quicken
SmoUiii: he
revolt i> no lest a factor in a who was a vegetarian.
Hut there is thisdifference licliexe-l to 1.e an excitant of <-;;u<-r:-. _i will euro that throat in short order. **& &
Ancient Rome chill emotional
I i Ballard's S.ww Liniment '- 0.! rore"in *+ -
the letter but U"t a direvt :ui< It was his in
is now merely a memory of the -we have opportunity the worldcould : r ?r y circuiatiou, triviiijj tu*. i.u..Sexes ia.. -.., .
lief th.-.t within ten years
ourselves and to obtain
Uallanl's Snow Liniment i is the
liniment of the twentieth ('t'ntlln'paot'l rep arition. Si there is a Certain rid itself c.r thi< .liene.. r, I:1LUMATSMCUTSSPIAINS, CRUISES,

positive! cure for rheumatism, burns, cuts, pathetic pleasure in standing with humanity Bones of Prehistoric Bear. LURES WOUNDS, OLD SORES, STIFF JOINTS: ,

sprain, neuralgia, etc., Mr. C. II I un-I where its joys its lousing: : it* I>irert',r W. J. Holland! of the "::rn( BURNS: AND ALL PAINS.

j yon, tanberry, tin, writes: "1 have j emlmrrassmeuts and its disappointments : tit" U1n"1111t Ptt>? r.rg after a tor e

used snow Liniment for rheumatismand i. are simplest and newest and. l ouzh examination of prehistoric .vv- GAVE INSTANT RELIEF.
all pain. 1 can't !'enough in its
is absolute.Give .
pt.'rforl't'aPT") impotency chit fiund in a -:1n:1r -
praise." Sold by Titusville i Pharmacy. Slone Provo Utahwrites "I used Ballard's
. uncommercial. this: ti-. Henry : have
. __ me this most 1'a.. announces that the :j> >
Snow Liniment for Neuralgia, Tooth-ache and Sore Thivat,
:' diviuest of enterprises for my own: those of an immense Ie.uunit'
. For Over Sixty which upon application gave lao instant relief. I can r.-commend -
' I vhild to !*> at home with. tote in exMresfp cue! w!:1.1! 11"1.:1:
Give me : tv w
Mrs. Winslows' Sothinrnp bas: any it as beingthe lest Liniin' nt I have ever used iu cuiity)
} been used for over sixty years by,millions in nbMme continence with: If I have lived t-).(5Y'years :1-_,-.', Th '. pain caused from Neuralgia: etc." ii

", i" of mothers for their children while teething cannot refashion) my warped, wrinkled smaller ;innes found ia the (:1\-1'. :1:111 PRICE 25C, Sac AND $1.00
, .. with perfect success. It soothes the and discolored! old soul into the which were supito*! to IM' the o-'
',': child, softens the gums, allays all pain, unbiased graces and the ethereal purity <=prinr:: <>f the l>ear. III' Holland says t

1 cures wind colic, and i is the best remedyfor of the spirit of the child let me now are those of the inannaoth's youir:: Ballard Sncrv Liniment Co. ..
\ diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor: and strain open that little door and which T'ie jrrt-at Lear inu-t have captured -

.' little sufferer immf"liatelyOld: by druueiets shut myself in that little heart, just for i ji a raid upon the: mammoth 500-502 North Second Street

j :. ,." in every part of the IVsuieandask world. Twenty-for I the sheer delight of It.-Patterson DuBois ht>:'.!s. Heretofore It has been n*. ,

five"Mrs.cents Winslow's a bottle.Soothing Syrup," and In Success: Magazine.GUN sur.i-vl that no animal was powerful ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.

.. takenooth"r kind. Guaranteed under I cn->r rh to prey ni ou the mammoth
the food and drnga act, June 30th: llXXJ. REI'AiRSHOP Decides these! bone>* th..reTf'rt' in the

", Serial number IOtS.) Send your guns for repairs to HenryRenerke. cave the long of nuuierou giirani Sold and Recommended by ..
pgp TORIA.13ura : \11'ork thoroughly done squirrels and other animals whic" 're

: ." the the Kind Yon Hate 11315 Bog,\ Guns loose in the breech tightened equalto now c'xtlm.tnotht'r similar cave

new, also guns! stocked and !shotguns been found near Gren"lnirg. Pa., t
>., SgnItm! fd Rod Cross '
4.. i f.: II rebored, etc. H. Benecke, Titusville Fla. it is to be dynamited. Pharmacy:

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; FfcANK: LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty Holmes returned on Sunday and rest I J.uIESPBITCH.Um.President. W.M.BBOW .Viee-Presideot. ,
years experience; all kind of repairing WINSTON S.BEANNKfG. Cashier. -
Li ; .n done,nice and cheap; aim ladies'and men's nained'over until Monday at the 1
:' : hoes made to order. home of F. W. Munson. A HairDressing :

We missed Brother Hawk from Indian River State Bank .

LATEST COUNTY our'program on Memorial day very

much. A card from him in Kentucky -

!; e NEWS NOTES i reports frost and ice there. I co u si T D osrrcnY: .l

F. W. Munson, who has been under Authorized Capital, >$100,000; Paid-up Capital, $25,000; Average Deposits, $200,000
f Little Happenings That Help to (Hale the Dr's. care the \ st ten days, Nearly every one likes a fine

is able to walk about the yard again 1 J hair dressing. Something to ,
and hopes to be at work soon. I make the hair more manage-

COCOA Mr. Orlo Hainlain is spending a l able; to keep it from beingtoo LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER .

is at home few days with his grandfather, O. N.1 i rough, or from splittingat
Miss Hughlett
Exchange bought and sold all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated.
Page, on his way home from school ;
during vacation from Stetson university. the ends. Something, too, Prompt service. polite treatment and every favor consistent
in Mississippi.Mr. j that will feed the hair at the with conservative banking grantedCORRESPONDENTS
Everett Dawley is at work i
a Messrs. F. Allen and 0. K. Key same time, a regular hai -food. :
shingling the roof of the house.
; have purchased the artesian well outfit Page I Well-fed hair will bestrongand Empire Trust Company! Broadway, New York City; The Atlantic National Bankof
,r Lee Baldwin writes from Arizona Jacksonville, Jacksonville Florida
n "F from Messrs. Fisher and Bryan will remain where it belongson .

fi and are now driving wells at City that he is steadily gaining in health the head, not on the comb! TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .
and is enjoying his visit very much.
Point. The beat kind of a testimonial .
Georgiana always keeps Memorialday. "S.>ld for over sixty years."
;; :Misses Helen and Tina Singleton E. L. BRADY & BRO.
This year it was first plannedto Sad by J.C. 7i Co-.Lowell ,
*2 ... are at home with their parents in Aleo of .
have a speaker and also the Mel-

'e studying Rockledge.dentistry Miss Helen in Atlanta has, while been, bourne band. Being obliged to give I i.yersJ CHtRBT PILLS.SAESAPAJUUJL PECTORAL. Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products. .

R .: Miss Tina has been at Stetson taking this up a program was gotten up on We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively .
dl very short notice. Those coming in the above lines of goods.and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write as for price on
advantage of the normal course. Grain and all Groceries.delivered at your station. E. L.BRADY&BRO.,TrrcsviLLZ,FLA.
S from Lotus and City Point helped us Mrs. Lillian Britton, of Mims, is J
f Capt. and Mrs. Coggin are giving I
i out and added much to our program. visiting her old friends in Shiloh this
} their friends the pleasure of a ride in
: Every one did unusually well consid- week. She was once teacher of our S.J.N"OR.TON"9Staple
r.i their aut6mobile. They have some the short time for
ering .
e preparation.Those school and everyone is glad to see
} $ one with them every day. from Lotus and Groceries Hay, Prodace'oftalt
brought their baskets
her in our little village again. Fancy Kinds,
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Casey left last and, with some of our people, I
Quite a pleasant evening was spentat
'.' week for a visit in Philadelphia.Mr. had a picnic at the home of F. W. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mosbey's Sat- VEGETABLES .!. SPECIALTY _

and Mrs. C. Shroeder, of El- Munson. Mrs. Lou Walker, Mr.and urday. Music was the principal T1t'U.s-ville. : : Florida.I .

dred, will the Mitchell cot Mrs. Bisbee, Mr. and Mrs.Booth and
occupy feature. There was plenty of good ------ ------- --
tage for the summer. sons, Eben, Mitchell Otis and Al- music and dancers, and in spite of r=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=',-r-r/ Jr=r=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=J

Mr. A. 0. Lapham has purchased bert; Miss Elma Geiger and sister the warm weather the dancing was
the Huston residence on the river Letty were up from Lotus. continued until the"wee sma"hours.

road. There are Few Motors installed and repaired by engineers .
Call for Bids expert
3 :Miss Pearl Bradford left on Mon
people who know how to take care of
day for a visit to her grandparents, thenr-ekee-the majority do not. The Sealed bids will be received by the urine t ilwa r
Mr. and Mrs. Simmons, at Chuluota. liver is a most important organ in the undersigned up to noon of Monday,
.- .. body. Heroine ill keep it in condition. June 17, 1907,for the following work.
N t l Mr. Tom Sams, of Courtenay, with V. C. Simokin', Alba, Texas, writes!': "I Building an addition to school Launches carefully stored for the summer months

his fast launch 'Gator, was in town have ed Heroine: for chill and fever building No. 6, Titusville, Fla. rrr Jr=t-r-rTrTrt-rr-r=rrr-r-r-r-Jr=J==7
and find it the best medicine I ed.I .
ever u> Building an addition to school'
'; ; on Saturday.S. would not he without it. It is as good !
building No. 101, Titusville, Fla.
S. Jones is having his brick c..r children as it is for grownup peop'e! Plans and specifications filed
are Jas. Pritchard &
and I recommend it. It is fine for la Son
i { block painted. grippe." Sold by Titusville Pharmacy with the superintendent of public instruction -
and can be seen by calling Titusville,Fla.
Miss Grace Nichols is in charge of L
EAU GALLIE at his office. The board reserves the Agents for the
the express office once more. and all bids.
right to reject any
Miss Janie Gibert is now assisting Summer weather. JOHN WALKER, Original T & M 1 Reversible

4 Caj>t. Schoonmaker in the postoffice. The Rev. J. B. Hawk passed Supt. Pub. Instruction.
la through Eau Gallie on Tuesday ---- MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES
During the summer the library on Fred Bush AcquittedMr. ti
will be open Wednesday and Satur- his return from Lyndon, Ky., wherehe e Thoroughly covered by patents
day afternoons. Mrs. W. G. Paterson was the guest of the K. M. I. Fred Bush of Atlanta, part- The Engine that Runs Without Repairs
ner in the commission business with .
.' and Mrs. Adam S. Dixon will be Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson and Miss -- -- -- --- --- ---
Mr. C. V. Doolittle who was chargeda These motors are safe and reliable and
there to give out the books. B ssie Hodgson took a run to Bona-
few weeks ago with bending a can be operated' by alcohol or kerosene
i The orange growers have finished venture Tuesday. bomb to the McCarthy home, in At- nitb as good results!' by using gasoline

plowing and fertilizing the groves Fishing with the rod and line is a lanta, was acquitted last Friday af

and the trees look well. profitable amusement this month in
a ternoon. It is said that Mr. Doolit-,

.. Capt. A. J. Floyd was in town on Eau Ga1lie. -- tle desires to terminate his business I NEW CASH GROCERY STOREA

'- Monday, having brought the steamer Wedding at BonaventureOne relations with Bush.Weather .

_ Mystic as far as Georgiana, where FILL LINE OF STAPLE; AND FANCY GROCERIES
Capt. Rogero took charge of it. of the prettiest weddings of Report HAY, GRAIN, FRESH FRI'I'N AND VEGETABLESWe .

The Aldrich House closed on Mon- the season took place at Bonaventure Summary for May by Rev. Jas. H. buy as low as possible and sell for cash; therefore eel! the cheapest. .
t Tuesday at the fine residence of Hon.R. White U. S. observer. Look over our Mock and get our prices before baying.
day for the summer. E. Mims when Corner Main and Hopkins streets
Miss Susie Mims :
Highest temperature on the 9th 90.0
The Cocoa House will close while and Professor H. E. Wakefield were Lowest temperature on the 13th 64.0 G. :a:. :SEATS:: : : *? CO.,

F ;. II the hotel is being enlarged. Tw ent united in matrimony by the Rev.J. Mean temperature for month 76.3 TITI>VII.LE, FLORIDA. ..

ty-five rooms and baths will be added. B. Hawk. Average mean for 26 years 76.5

The Railroad House opened on Wednesday A few of the near neighbors and Highest mean for 26;years 1884 79.2 i iJ"r7rr-=rrrrrrrrGI
Lowest for 26 in 1903 75.2;
s I' I and will take care of the most intimate friends of the familywere Rainfall mean in inches years 3.75 r::
guests. Matthams, President T. V. Moore,SecretaryE.
present to witness the cere- Average for 30 years 3.S6 I 1
t The second team of baseball players mony. Greatest for 30 years in 1890 10.68 P. Porcher Crutchfield & Woolfolk
; The Least for 30 years in 1899 0.73: General Agent F. O. B. and in Transit Sales Agents
went to Daytona on Thursday to rooms were tastefully decor- .i
Prevailing wind direction S E
play ball. ated and were a credit to the design- Number of clear 19
i S. ., Announcements were received on er.Miss Number of fair days 10 Indian River and Lake forthPineapple
Tuesday of the marriage of Miss Gertrude Iim.s played the Number of cloudy days 2

Susie Mims to Prof. Wakefield wedding march as the young couple Number of da..svith'rain S
f at '
Number of days with thunder 15 I
I k? 4 : Bonaventure. Professor has been marched in and took their places in Island Homeerritt's: Wand Fla. Growers' Ass'n 1 1I
front of the minister.
1; ,i' principal of the Cocoa high school

'1 1, for several terms, while Miss Mims The presents were many and costly STATE OFIItlo. rrror TOLEDO, ) ... ;
t has been second assistant. Their and were from friends far and near, Lrc%s O'UNT\. i *" TO SHIPPERS I
friends ish them one table being covered \\ithcut FKVK J. ClIlVFA wakes oath: that lit'! ittLsiiH \ are prepared to sell your pines F.O. B. in transit,market I IVe .
many happine >rp j h1t or export.Ve are sales not speculators
glass, two with sterling silver and A. I' cuing business in the city of Tnhvlo.COnnty I your agents on your
I and state atorcMid.and that said) firm I fruit or buyers wishing to get your fruit as cheaply as possible. J
'j o GEORGIANAMrs. one with hand painted china and yet mill pay the sum of One llun<1r" fureuh mJ This association is the growers' organization, for the grow-
A. A. Baldwin and daughter another with beautiful linen and lace and every raw of ratnrrh that .lIIn..t' .l lit" IIII ers' protection and interest. The grower is safeguarded by
Nina left Tuesday for Chicago and work of various kinds. tiied by the use uf\LL"sf 0 T\RRiirt J. niENF.Y.KK.FKXK iliI the standing of its officers and agents. Shipping stencils or

The happy left for :Sworn to before me and snWnlx-d ill tnvpreence tJ!! stamps and shipping books furnished by the general agent.
later will further west and young couple
:; they go :: this: Mb ilayvf IXceuiltr.1). lv't.
t remain all summer. Washington, Jamestown and other f '-). L
I A.v. (:LE.W)\.
Mr. McCandless closed school last points, expecting to return to their I -.-r' I Notary Public =====rT==. rr =cr r,=rTrJr G ttCSC44 =
home in the early fall. Hall's, Catarrh Cure w taken mten.allv and
I; Friday and on Monday went to Ti-
'ts the blowlandmwaissurfaeesuf
a< lireitlyon
tusville to take the teachers': exami- Among their friends from a distance theytein Send fur MinioiiMK., fireF 'ne nl4ne4lARee QnA 1\ R 1\ 1\ 1\ ... 1\ 4 j{ .. 444" //C/!
were noticed Mr. and Mrs.J. C1IEVEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. '1Irlllllllrllllll.r.rlrlIIIIIIIIIIII'I"II'llr'l
.? nation. ?
E. M. Hodgson of Eau Gallie and *
Misses Maggie Carter and Cora

t j Munfon are spending this week in Mrs. Moore, of DeLand. CASTOR The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. 1

Titusville.. SHILOHMr. For Infants and Children.

' Mr. Carl Wittfeld has a fine new J. E. Patillo came over Mon- J
The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears
i engine in his boat the Alice, and day to see about the work in his MACHINE SHOPS

: runs down home every Saturday and grove. the71' //

spends Sunday there. Miss Gertrude Mosbey arrived Signature ofENNIS ..

t i Echoes of bells from Bonaventure home last Friday from Winter Park. Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'

I Tuesday caused our good people to Miss Genie Harris, of Osteen, was & FORT

I smile and wish much joy to the professor the guest of Miss Mayme Taylor a .
'i and Miss Susie. SZ2 HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS )
few days of last week. ,
Blacksmithing and Repair Work
Mrs. A. B. Carter and Mrs. Chris Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Taylor, Mrs.J. .

Brown were calling at Dr. Wittf eld's N. Mosbey, Mrs. Lillian Britton Agricultural Implements }

and at Mr. Linderbury's last Tues- TITUSVILLE, FLA. ,
i :Misses Ninnie Glass, Mayme Taylor, : r

day.Dr. Gertie Mosbey, Messrs. Foster and Wagons made and repaired. Horse Shoeinga SANFORD FLORIDA

and Mrs. Holmes and Mrs. Horace Bennett and David Taylorwere River specialty.or anywhere Work in from the any county part will of receive Indian ,

H. S. Black, of City Point, attended among those that attended the our careful attention. We stand the freightone

t L service here on memorial day. Dr. Howes-COutant wedding Monday. tion.way Send and us guarantee your give you satisfac- \'"Wmwm.WNm r


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