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 14, 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
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Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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


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There are, perhaps, in Ti-
YA appropriate and dainty is tusville who never heard of this firm, AT KLINE'S

WEEK a white shoe when worn with there are, perhaps, others who do PERSONALSSomething k
not know that-
light summer gowns! We want : Bargains ia Erery Department
z Parent Notes Pertaining to Events you to see our "Queen Quality" have a well selected stock of dry I MONDAY,JUNE 17,1907. About the People of Titus-

Transpiring About TOlD white pumps. They are cool and foods, notions, millinery, clothing I Ladies' white Persian lawn shirt Mlle as They Come and Go .
comfortable. They give a cling- waists entire front trimmed
ladies' and men's furnishings, hardi i elaborately -
A cool drink at a'cool place at ing, comfortable fit that will be a ware, furniture, etc. This are i with Val. lace and dainty embroidery A cool drink at a cool place at

k TdANDY'S. delight to every woman who has the people- I buttons in the back, worth ,MANDY'S.Mr. .

+ Those suits, Schloss Bros. make, to s suffered the slipping at the heel JOHN R.. WALKER & CO. I($2.50 You, special can save$ by buying G. F. Paddison and family, of'

Tae found only at Branning's, are and the pinching of the instep are especially interested in and we lawns on Monday next, prices will Eau Gallie, spent Sunday with Mr.

<; teauties. caused by the average pump. We respectfully request an inspection, almost be cut in half on any of our G. M. Robbins and family.
; we feel thatJOHN _
? Mrs. Percy Wall and Master Louie also have many new fashions in white or figured lawns. Winston S. Branning is sole .
I R. WALKER & CO. Huck towels, 38 inches long, Mon-: agent
are registered at the Indian River I "Queen Quality" oxford ties. can save you money if you will let I I day's special 12 1-2 cents each. for" Queen Quality shoes. A complete ; '

hotel again. At all times a complete stock of them figure on your whole want i Black voile excellent quality, the stock of the latest cuts at all
fine shoes in standard makes for list. We sell for skirts 40 inches in
Rev. W. F. Allen will not fill his can you groceries too. 1 proper style times.
men, boys, women and children. We know that- width, worth $1.50, Monday only,
regular appointment at Cocoa next I $1.19. Mr. G. A. Reed and his mother expect -
Sunday, as he will be away at that WINSTON S. BRANNING Mohair, makes a good serviceable to leave the first of next week '
will use their best effort to please
time. Titusville, Florida. you skirt, in all the latest shades including for their home in Worcester, Mass.,
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School board proceedings and tax : : gray: ;: : Jamestown.
Palmistry and AstrologyProf. Titusville, Fla. cents per yard.
statement and other interesting state The Department Store Pearl buckles in square or oval Pineapple growers and shipperswill
news will be found on page 6 this B. J. Rapport, expert palmist The Department Store shape, large or medium, special 29 please read-the report of sales

week. and astrologer, who has been The Department Store cents each. this week at the foot of the I. R. &

t Mrs. E. B. Wager, who has been spending some time at Palm Beach : Mercerized madras in endless variety L. W. P. G. A. ad on page 8.

ill for some time past, is improving and Fort Pierce, arrived in town the : of patterns, checks and stripes,
Mr. G. G. Howard and family have
LATEST NEWS 25 cents per yard.
4 first of this week and will spend a
slowly this week from an at-
White canvas pumps, plain toes, moved out of town to the McCrory
tack of fever.A few days in Titusville. Prof. Rap- and Cuban heels
tips very popular place in Sunbeam,which they recently
port has had his palmistry tent erected AND INCIDENTSPersonal shoe this seasonspecial$1.59 per pair
given Miss
surprise party was bought from Capt. P. Nelson.Mr. .
i on Julia street just west of Attorney Ladies' vici kid oxfords made in
libbie Stones at her residence Tues- i Webb's law office and will the; Gibson tie with wide laces,worth J. E. Pendleton, of Lemon
day evening by a number of her Paragraphs About People that $3.00 special $2.49.
give readings in the science of palm- City, was called to the west coast last
young friends. Tmel Here and There Ladies' black umbrellas, made of Saturday on account of the serious
istry. He has read the hands of 1 an excellent quality of gloria silk,
Mrs. Harry Wilson went to Fort many of the most prominent peopleof The celebrated Plant Juice Reme-' Paragon frame, worth $2.00, special illness of Mrs. Pendleton, who is ill

Pierce Wednesday on a visit to her the day, all of whom it is said are dies are for sail by C. Collins. I $1.49. with typhoid fever. The many friends

x sister, Mrs. A. K. Wilsonha\ingim- high in their praises of his ability in Corset cover embroideries at less of Mrs. Pendleton in Titusville will
Miss Susie Palmer returned her
.: proved in health somewhat. to : than cost, prices ranging. from 25 to deeply regret her indisposition.Mrs. .
the science of whom of
home in St. Augustine last Sunday 75 cents per yard.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Branning the incredulous class. Even if you afternoon.Rev. Ladies' black lace hose, Queen's A. H.Trafford, of Cocoa,was

.s- now occupying theJ.. A. McDonald go to him as a matter of curiosityyou Own, guaranteed stainless,good val- in Titusville last Saturday afternoonfor
. residence in Miami where they will I Wm. Stones will preach next ue for 25 cents pair. I
will be pleased with his adeptness per an hour or so, having accom-
Sunday at LaGrange at 11 a. m., and Ladies' black hose the well!
their home for the gauze ,
continue to make
in the art and his agreeable panied her son Roy this far on his
at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. known Onyx brand, special 25 cents
present at least. : manner. He has many letters of recommendation per pair. way to Jacksonville, where he will

We call attention to the new ad. of' from men all over this Do you want varnish or stains? Special prices in trunks and dreSs take a course in Massey's Business

the Rochester Gas engine this weekon country and also from Dr. McClinton If so, get Masury's. See ad. of East suitcases. You can buy them almostat college.

This is the that Coast Lumber&Supply Co.on page 4 cost as we are crowded for room Another
page 5, motor of Jensen, and County Judge and slight change is announcedin

has made such a favorable showingin Fee, of St. Lucie county. Those single coats in mohair and Mail must orders sell.promptly filled on any connection with the Fort Pierce !

the motor boat Baby Bullet in all serge, no lining at all, are the stuff of the above goods. Drug company. Dr. E. E. Rollins

the East Coast races this year. For a pair of trousers go to Bran- for summer, $3.50 to $7.50 at Bran- JULIUS KLINE, Titus>ville. has purchased a half interest in the

ning's. Now on exhibition the larg- ning's. 'Phone No. 8.Gasoline business from Judge James E. An-
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Watts and lit- est assortment of latest cuts $1.50to ._
tle daughter, of Eau Gallie,who have S7.00. Miss Mamie Taylor, of Shiloh, arrived -- drews. Dr. Rollins has assumed ac-

been visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. W. ------ Saturday on a visit of several Caught Fish Boat Afire tive management and will occupy

3 O'Brien, Daytona, returned home Orange Boxes weeks to Mrs. Dr. Spell, on Hopkins : One of the fish boats owned by the this position in the new firm, which

last week, where Mr. Watts holds We are prepared to furnish strictly street. 'Southern Fish Co. had a narrow remains under the same name.A .

the position of station agent on the low first prices.class Write orange us boxes before placing at very Mail Clerk Collins was feeling some 'I escape from being destroyed by fire party of young men went to the

F. E. C. R'y. your order. We have an elegant line better,Wednesday and accompanied I Saturday night. Just after the boat ocean beach Sunday and secured

The new drug store, which will be of wraps, also cement coated nails. by his wife went to St. Augustine had left the dock, a leaking spray of about two or three hundred turtle

known as the Banner Drug Store, EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. yesterday morning to consult Dr. gasoline from the feed pipe caughtfire eggs and had a good time found

will be open for business the first of Eau Gallic, Fla. Worley. from a lantern held too near and plenty of mosquitoes, and some of

next week. Considerable stock has Summer Suits of MeritIs Capt. 0. S. Willey, of Savannah, in a second the whole interior of the them got pretty badly sunburnt. In

been already placed on the shelves was here yesterday to inspect the boat was ablaze. The occupants, the party were Messrs. Frank Skill,

and the opening would have been a quality suit? Does a factor its fit in and your finish choiceof interest house of refuge at Chester Shoals, Steve Davis, J. L. Metzger, Mrs Ralph Haile, Dr. Daniel, Chas. En-

this week, Doctor Spell tells us, but you? Would you like the and leaves this afternoon to inspectthe Daniels, and Minnie Lewis, had to l right and Don Knight. The trip wasmade ;

for delayed freights. The Banner smartest patterns of fabrics? These stations at Oak Hill and Bulow. jump overboard, <(
Drug Store will install a fine soda virtues must be embodied in the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones and two I fortunately was not over their heads) ;, Cruiser."

.fountain. : I clothes them we at sell all.or Unless we would they not appealto handle cnildren arrived from Quay last Fri-: to save themselves. The men filled !I The New Smyrna basebal: lists played -

Revival services are now being you, we are like thousands of other day for a visit with Mrs. J's father! the boat with water and saved the I j the Titusville nine here yesterday

held at the First Baptist church at clothiers, as far as you are con- and mother, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. I hull. i afternoon and the visiting team won

Eau Gallie,services commencing eve- cerned-just clothiers. If you have Hall, Mr. Jones returning to Quay -- .-- out. The score stood New Smyrna 8,
never bought a suit from us, try us. Ii Blind Tiger Raided in Cocoa I Titusville 7. It was a good smooth
ry morning at o'clock and every You can get back if not the first of the week.
your money
Sheriff Brown made a raid on a I game all through and it ought to i
t evening 7:15. These meetings are satisfied. John Goodwin has bought the
conducted by Rev. J. S. Geiger, the JULIUS KLINE Titusville. harpie Eureka and will use her as a'': blind tiger in Cocoa Saturday night !j' have been held by the home nine, as a
'Phone No. 8. and arrested a negro by the name of! they practically had the at
assisted Rev. R.W.Thiot game onetime
pastor, by : runboat for several of the fish houses f r
Steward on whose place he found I but by over-confidence lost it.
Fla. Everybody is cor- I :
Apopka, between here and the canal. He is
Lake Kbsimmee Very Low plenty of vile liquor also securing! Master Call Norwood made two
invited to attend all of these ;
dially having a 51-2h. h. Lathrop motor ,
, services. These meetings will continue Capt. Maling is authority for the I placed in the boat. sufficient evidence to convict, but ;( for the home nine, one being the only -
statement that water in Lake Kis.-im- :: the negro plead guilty to selling be- I home run of the game. A dance
for ten days.
i ___ mee reached its lowest level since the At a meeting of the stockholders fore County Judge Wilson the first was given in honor of the New Smyrna -
of the Bank of held j
Fort Pierce Monday
! Petition 5-Mill Special Road Tax Disston drainage operation on June of this week and was sentenced to boys at the opera house last night.

Petitions are being circulated fora 1st,since which time it has risen about P. P. Cobb was elected a mem- !; pay a fine of -$200or six months' im : Mr. and Mrs. Jeppe Sondergaardestarted
ber of the board of directors to fill !
special road tax of five mills, to be three inches. On June 1st it was prisonment. Steward expects to for their home in Perth Am-
the caused the death of
nine inches lower than before vacancy by : work out his fine.Exchanged.
of ever N. J. afternoon not-
4 levied for the purpose extending C. T. McCarty. | boy, Saturday
and about nine feet lower than -
' hard surfaced road from this place was withstanding Mrs. Sondergaarde's
the highest level since the drainage. The houseboat Savanilla, which j; By Mistake
1 to connect with Rockledge in this district health had hardly recovered sufficiently -
passed here about three weeks ago'! 4
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Exchanged by mistake at the Ti-
and also for continuing the \ to justify the strain of such a
For Sale for Philadelphia in tow of two pow- tusville station on June 4th, on train
road from Mims to Volusia county : trip during this very hot weather.
erful launches, reached Norfolk a'few 29 going south ladies suit ca->e.
One horse and ]
I good family light
line, the commissioners of that coun- Party returning same to Titusville They were accompanied by Mrs. Nel
and harnesss. Price:
single wagon days A tug will take her
t ty having agreed to meet us at the $140.00. Address G., care STAR Ti-, in tow from Norfolk to Philadelphia. station agent can receive their own. son's maid, however and word was
.; county line. This will give a continuous tusville, Fla. --- -- received from Jacksonville that Mrs.

} hard surfaced road from Or- ----- The total pineapple shipments from The Novelty Store is offering : Sondergaarde stood the trip that far avery

V-i mond Beach to Rockledge, a distance Gun Repair Works and Sail Loft the territory both north and southof 3 papers of pins for 10 cents well but was very tired. The

' of almost eighty miles, and it has All work guaranteed. Guns stock- Fort Pierce for the first six daysof 3 3 spools spools of of thread darning for cotton 10 cents 10 cents trip thence was via. ocean steamer
been the theme of many an editorialin ed and shot guns rebored.H. June was 292 carloads, distributed 3 packages of envelopes 10 cents and word as yet has not been re-

this paper for the past year ort BENECKE, Titusville, Fla. as follows: Friday, .carloads; Sat- 3 lead pencils 10 cents ceived of their arrival in New York,

more. We are pleased to see that it FOR SALK CHEAP FUR CASH. urday, 46; Sunday 40; Monday, 52; 3 cakes of toilet soap 10 cents where they probably arrived vester- a
Tuesday, 54, and Wednesday, 57. I Or all these articles for 50 cents
is about to materialize. About 83 acres of good high land on 1 ;,day. __ __
s the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat I. M. DODSON I Mare For Sale
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Engines For Sale the Narrows, described as follows: Lot
ft.. Men and boys% pc.Bathing Suits I Good, young and gentle. Apply t<>
No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section "Down the Line"If ,
Two 8 h. p. double cylinder, four 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. Embroidery Shirtwaist Patterns Box 56, Cocoa.
w -cycle Peninsular motors. New and This land is unimproved bat finely lo Poet Cards fancy and views they will allow you to drink at
order. Will be sold Matting Rugs 36x72.just in all, why don't send an order to Bargains
in first class cated. For farther particulars address Wall Paper in stock and ordered you
very low. G. F. PADDISON. E. M. Lew, Chas A. Gardner 'Phone H _your old friend, J. D. Crabb Co., I Closing out my stock of millinery
c EauGallieFla. Brockton, Mass. Store closed every Thunlay.13:00 j.Box 702, Jacksonville, Fla? Nat 1 cost. Mrs. C. A. KRULDER.


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; :' I POLITICAL I EDUCATIONALThe I I[ MISCELLANEOUS'' spark mechanical They ignition.are calves four automobile cycle.float jump type.tee 1 .:r -I 'e? rk ( A

carburetor, enclosedcrank case. ''
if ;,.... Objects to Recount Bill. Abuse of Cap and Gown. Demands of Telegraphers.Each steam forged crank shaft, aod ; k

d = While not in his official capacity Dr. James 31. Green head of the director of the Western Union bronzed fewest number bearings.working Have the'r

conducting the hearing on the recount New Jersey State, replying Telegraph company: has received a consistent with a perfect oper-parts

bill-a duty which was allowed to devolve to an editorial in the School copy of the formal statement of grievances ating motor and many other
E'' on Acting Mayor McGowan't Journal criticising his opposition to the I prepared by the T'lerapbers'uni'n. ;: exclusive.features found only in the Regal

>r .c Mayor George B. McClellan of New I recent tendency of schools below the It cites six cases of discrimination r THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT
York has sent to the state legislature rank of college to adopt the cap and and arbitrary dismissal of employees -
Y ? Made in three I. 3 and ;3 II. P. single eylinder to K *
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the I' gown for students In commencement $fri
a vigorous protest against passage on account of their union con double cylinder 1' four cylinder
asserts that the bill Is exercises defends himself, first by
r of the act. He nections and demands their reinstatement -
'ze and unfair in that it pointing out that the cap and gown that hours Wt' also manufacture a line of heavy, slow speed working! ilM6
dishonest permits They ask eight constitute from 6 H. P. single cylinder to 45 II. P. four cylinder.The .
I V '...., Mr. Hearst, his opponent. to select hare been recognized from the earliest a day's work and seven and
times the of the many hundreds of Regal engines now in operation throughout -
I for re-count as many or as few districts as regalia degrees one-half hours a night's; work. and they the country) are a guarantee of the satisfaction they are giving.
I as he chooses which would presumably this having gone to the extent of making want a fixed scale of wages based on

r4 bet those in which McClellan! : them in shape or color representthe the promised 10 per cent increase Get a Regal in tie Beginning Don't Experiment t

i ,; had the largest majorities and if evena different specific degrees.;: Only which they say the company has evaded -
small percentage of the ballots were within the last quarter of a century in various ways. -___ Handfome explanatory catalogue mailed free on request _fm 't

: found to be technically defective the have undergraduates In American colleges I Death of General Ruger. Regal Gasoline Engine Co.

McClellan plurality intent; be seriou"ly adopted this commencement cos I Major General Thomas It. hugger a
ly threatened, if not overcome. While tume. Dr. Green argues that for the Cold Water Michigan
veteran the civil who later was
ojf war
s' also the high;; schools and normal schools to I
the bill will give him privilegeof in command of West Point died at his
be recanvassed.It take this regalia of the university Is
districts to
: selecting
home in Stamford, Conn., June 3.
involves the giving of a bond, which like children clothing themselves In ,
'" he considers a hardship almost equivalent the apparel of grown people, and thatit Storms Damage Crops.

)= to prohibition. robs the future form of some of Its I .\. series of wind hail anti rain storms .
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attractiveness and dignity. Other reasons throughout Texas and the southwest --- -

Public Utilities Bill a Law. against the cap and gown for the have caused loss of crops, houses cattle

The public utilities bill which is con- hish! >chool are the added expense a* I and other property estimated at

sidered one of the most important reform this uniform lean he worn only on the more than $10.0UVX> : The hail was SBAB
: measures passed by the present one occasion; while the new dress or unnuallr destructive to crops and cat-

f session of the New York legislature, suit of clothes may be worn on other II tK>. ,
I has been signed! by Governor Hughes Gould Case In Court.
occasions or eon out besides The R i: =.iIIv E-A --- v A Y.
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and into on July
go NIt,>se. he thinks the gown and cap do The suit brought by Mrs. Howard
bill places under direct state control not look well on young woman unless I Gould for separation from her hu;-

: every public service corporation great worn over a white dress, and he hmtIl'ame up before Justice McCall at -FOR-

'\ or small in the state with the exception thinks it altogether; desin ',Ie that high New York upon the application of Mr.

of the telephone and telegraphlines. : school commencements Ixr kept simple; Gould to have stricken out certain Savannah, Columbia. Southern Pines,
and wholesome iu the matter of dress. parts of the complaint as scandalousand

Bryan Is Puzzled. The School Journal gets around the Irr'le\mt-n:1mely. the parts accusing
Richmond Baltimore.
." William! J. Bryan who has, recently expense objection by suggesting th-it him vf adultery and espionage, Washington,

made several public addresses in the the institution itself own the caps and which as his counsel argued would

t east In discussing: the policies of gowns, saying that this !is the sensible have no force in a suit for separation.Mrs. Philadelphia, New York.

't President Iloosevelt, stated that he plan being economical, and democratic. Gould's! lawyer threatened to

was not consistently Democratic norconsistently Practical Training For Girls. make known charges of a more serious -----
Republican. He said the nature if Gould persisted- In oplosin.
The Boston school committee has approved TWO ELEGANT' TRAIN DAILY.
president had espoused many Pcnio- :; the separation.
the recommendation of the superintendents -
'4 craticprinciples.snch! as the income tax. I Morse Merger Complete.
to 'tahli-ll! : with the SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL.
the regulation of railroads, the -:ecutioa -
r pro of Consolidated
With the
next !school year a girls high; school of I offering ,
of the trusts and the arbitration
stock in exchangefor
practical arts with a four year course, Steamship company ;
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of labor ditti''ulties. On the other shares of the six old coastwise --
conditions for admission to which will I the :
., hand he was un-emocratic in his
lines the business world! apprisol
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be equivalent to those t-f tin J'f'uIarhi:1J
IVIocloixi.THE : Pullman: EpuipmontTHE :
r .- advocacy of a ship subsidy, an asset
schools. The theory of this school of the fact that he plan of combination
t! currency a large navy and the!: re ,;-e. Charles W. Morewas
promised by
u to give opportunity to those pupil-*
tive spheres of the state anti federal I'
whose talents lie ia the ilirrction of complete. The new company is
: governments, but. he declared "bis im- I' capitalized at ?(iOJ.XU"i 1 under the
t loin and expressing rather than in
pules are good and hs! sympathiesseem I
.. acquisition. Ou the! academic side laws of Maine. The only Morse linenet
; to lie with the masses on several I courses will lie created in English history i tiius merged te the Hudson Navigation NORFOLK VA.
r questions.: I am always glad to r m-
which the ,
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art. modern languages. mathematics c1nquny jt
1 mend him wjieu I can. for public i'jo<- I. river lines.
s Hudson
and science, but these will 1*
Lions ought to l-c considered on th' ir
t f merits and not from a partisan stand tn ate-J in their relation tJ some practical I Anchoring a Skyscraper. Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
S line of work. On the industrial i .\ new departure in architecture: has
a k side the school will be divided into two Ion made in (.orn.tiQn"ith the foundation ;

Olive Branch For Foraker. classes, out for those seeking to IK" i! work for the forty-fire story

? r The appointment of General William! I come loif makers, and the other forUi'jse |, Singer: building at New York. which is: For fall information sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent. or

V. McMackfii itS collector of internal nlu aim. at It'a.t: for a time to :; expected to l.- the highest. structure in write to

( revenue at Toledo.! O, which was ant be( self supportiug. Tor the tint- cla scnl'hasis j the world. According to an article by S. C. BOYLSTOX. Jr., Asst. General Passenger Agent,

t t nonnoe-1 at the While House J'in:' It I will lie given to all phase- <'. M. Itlpley; in the Engineering World. JACKSONVILLE: FLA

was somewhat of a surprise to all the or domestic sciences and arts and fori j the protection of this I fty tower from

It Ohio f factions inasmuch: as McMacken t i the second a fouudatiou will U laid I Instability; on its narrow base on account -

had been indorsed by both {senators I in some distinct tast. so tint thy I'U- i of wind pressure has: hero effectcd SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO

Foraker and Dick while his opponenthad i pit may be able! to enter upon the by imbedding several lengths of

lieen favored: : by RepresentativeP.urton I! !higher formof the various women's I great iron liars in the mass of concrete THE FARRAND-CECILIAN PIANO

and other administration! men. industries. I I forming the caisoiis fifty feet below

j : In some quarters this appointment wa : Long Scores Roossvelt:: !Sasks.I : I the level of the btis >m..ut floor. These

"i .i l<'l.lkcd11.n as an effort on the pirt i 'r. William! J. Long of Stamford i I bars an hekl t-'t.r by pins six THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO
s. of the president to bring about ,harmony
inches in Oiameu-r. which in turn are
I t otta_ I has contrilmteU: another chapterto |
between the Forak'T and Taft bis controversy with I'resiiientIL'orevelt j j"ined to the upright steel columns In

factious although the olKcial uunouiuv- l lIy making public a lengthy i such a way thai HI11'! t't'! from wit i ?7:' _,,_ "

meat simply states that McMacuwas I an.! smtlilug: reply to the pn,siuentsatiks strain might: ht' cmnsrrtid.: Tiis! I ... '

more generally supported than !! on bU: books on the subject of ( has never before been d'eie. Tu!! I law t i ,

any other ('ttn' ill.1Ie and was recomiwcnde1 : nalr.ra history. He begins by quotingMr. j re niires that stability of structures be ..t'V': J-- : .'

t by: troth senators.Powdsrly Koosevolt's; muark. "I doa't 5elleve j figunnl up.'o a wiud prvssnr* of thirty :'.. .: ;;;{' "\ .
K + : Agai.i In Office. ; for a miu- |i tionn'ls 'r; s.; :iri' fimt. and on ti::> !f \ ..

ti r_ Terence \ PowiU-riy. formerly head i -_- .:, .-.r. ute that some of i j hn ss flit r'r,i ." *>r .1 -,- -tn..t nn' "!ile rz;:;. t ,,I ", ,' C', ', ,,"' k akt.b

is f of the knights; of I. ibor. who later I letli.-} :-..', these' naturewriter I of the bulling: ; wo"i 1 be PfFIa1: l 'o :Rat: 1I z\ i. 't r g' -:\

Ava+ ("m :"sj"t'r of iiuuiigrati- ui, a4'r& know the I tons prptir >.
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t tier 1'resideut McKinley! has now re 't- t olrt of the wilt _.- -- -- ; =

{ entered tlie service bein; ap!..)int--i I, i 4 I".:;,,,i tIIt; ; ,- Iletbcn c, s c.l" O :it i .A S
et f chief of the bureau of information in : / ).. :\.t'(.Js tll sI hid Kid Yr i; Hare AAn: Blab;
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'rvd to him by I si,.'rtsLjna. th thenatioisahoaAcntiou. diarrhara. A line that meets all demands
thousands: you are not a natuni'ist,
!_"" .. 3f A lie declined !though; }ou have I (":ISU1'I"hV.. '..s and i It. can always II(" tVpfndfd rjpon.v both as to quality and price
however -n in the lll"rl".rt'! attt:-ks of .
horns: you t!o not and you cannot understand i I
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to enter Into cramp and cholrra ia>rim"
the 'hearts of tin? wild thin i.* It is equally 'ersful fur r

".'' Senator Knox. ;cussiou'tiy furlherdk-t.f his 1 It mills no eye witness nor any rirTi- and su d.I! lcr infntnin summerdiarrb'vi in Selling Price from $450 to $850

davit to support this statetieat.; You (children, and is the tut-an of Easing
candidacy at this time. It is understood : have yourself funiNhed all the proof." I II the lives of JUtmcbi1<1rt-u t'al'h"I.'ar.. .
; at Washiti ten that while President When redned with wth'r'au.-} Full particulars sent on application

;= ; J 4 ItooM'velt's first choice for hissuccessor I 3'T1t7rtIA.: ., sweetened it is pleasant to take.

'" in office: Is Secretary Taft I Bens the iha Kind You Have Al'ffajfS Boot!! Every man (\f\ family should keep'
1- this remedy in his home". Buy it n->\\. :
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r r A,-f s'.t..g .J. action of the Pennsylvania and Ba
said nothing further would be done. If It'sNeuralgia f i

x Baer's company also filed a bill Inequity .

to upset the law on the ground

that the loss Involved would be contrary '

to charter rizhts.
New* England Merger Certain.

President Mellen of the New Haven and those sharp, shooting,

system has made known to Governor

Guild the fact that a majority of tbe agonizing pains drive you r

Boston and Maine stock is now in almost crazy, take Dr. l

f IAfreItoMekIi the: possession of the New Haven and Miles' Anti-Pain Pills

t- hat: the merging of the two principal ,

railroad systems of that section Is nowa and get relief. They drive

r.1ji c certainty unless extraordinary: measures out the pain by their ,

are taken A part of the deal I*
prosecution to establish and corroborate its legal predecessor was ousted because York soothing effect upon the
the selling of the New Ontario
: I[LEGAL-CRIMINAL I this testimony. of Its proved connection with the and Western by the New Haven to the nerves. When taken as di-
Standard Oil company but it was
Greere-Gaynop Sentence Stands. New York Central at $-I 5; a shire, or a rected they are harmless rand
later readmitted on the sworn affidavit ,
i Tfce Case total of $13.1- ,)()). In a published let.
Against Haywood. The United States circuit court of of II Clay Pierce, its president but it leave no bad after-ef- 4

A Jury of twelve men'to try William appeals,' sitting at New Orleans, affirmed refused to pay the state license fee. ter to Governor Guild Mellen explainsthat fects. That's the
the sentence of the Savannah his company has not been the actual reason
D. Haywood on the charge of plottingthe The present case was brought primarily -

f mcrder of former Governor Steu- court imposing four years* imprisonment to force fines for failure to pay and purchaser of I'.oston and Maine" they are so popular with

.:" nenberjj of Idaho was completed at upon IJenjainm D. Greene and incidentally it was brought out that stock but that friendlyinterests" all who use them. Your
have bought the basis of
John F. Gaynor and fines agiregating( : on an equal
the \\ aters Pierce still
t Boise, and the indictment was read. $o7o,000, for connection with harbor ti part of the trust. company In this connection exchange of shares. less commissions druggist can tell :you what

J;;:" The defense had used all of its challenges frauds at Savannah. The case had the charge of perjury was brought He says that this move was not made others in your locality

crL: and in a formal statement to been appealed ui,on 103 assignments of for aggrandizement, but to present the
against Pierce, and he has now surrendered I think of them.
'* the :Messrs Darrow and Richardson defendants stock from parsing iuto hands not
press errors, one of which was that the '
himself to the state for trial "I do positively think that Dr. lines'
called attention to the fact that had been extradited from friendly to New England and that Anti-Tain Pills are the best medicineever

the Jury was made up. of seven Republicans Canada illegally upon a charge difftr there is to be no stock watering or Increase them put upon the market I find
four Democrats and one Irohi- Ing from the one on which they were I FOREIGNIrish I in outstanding capital He believes without fo any bad after-effects.andsoothing I, have and

1 I bitionist, that all but one had been 'tried. Judge Pardee, in a dissenting that the pubic: as well as the suffered would with neuralgia so that my
system just ache and quiver, '
farmers and that none of the jury had opinion held it better that a i erson Council Bill Dropped. investors wi.l benefit by the consolidation and I cannot take opiates: but I can

I :.'- ever belonged to a labor organization should escape altogether than that a of the two systems take these tablets and they always
? Sir Henry Campbell: .Bannerman, the relieve me. No one that suffers with
( except one or who now works for judgment of conviction should be sustained Fish Defend* Ra;I roads.Stuv neuralgia need fear to take them as ;

wages They say further, that the : where the record does not show British Lilicral premier announced in \esant Fish, former president of I If know there they will not form a habit for
the house; of commons that the government was any opiate in them I could
jury is made up of a class to which that there was a valid trial. The first the Illinois Central, who had been advertised rot take them. Just one In the morn-
not further with the
cf the defendants has be- :go ing when I feet baa and I can do my
none ever Indictment in this case was found In to address the Economic club "
Irish council bill in view of the unanI- all H}.
; longed and, that they are drawn from December, IbOU. The defendants, after mous opposition of the recent Irish : of New" York on the subject, **Is the MRS W. IL BURKETT. Macon. Ga.

i an agricultural seven and one-half year of fihting. Ovcrcapltihzation of Railroads an Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by I
! convention, which the Irish membersrecozni7ed your druggist who
will guarantee that
county in which have still.the privilege of applying fora ns binding upon them lie Evil" surprised his hearers by announcing the first package will benefit. If it

each for a year rehearing or of going to the t'nited : that ht' could not speak on fails i he will return your money.
regretted that the Irish people had nti 25 closes, 25 cents. Never sold In bulk.
and a half has States court on a writ of cer-
supreme the subject because be did not believe
attention to the detailsof
yy greater Miles
i ; Medical Co. Elkhart Iud
read bout the tiorari. ,
tbe railroads were oernpitahzed.
the measure and announced that an
case in the local Clews pressed that all interstate t
, End of Honduras Lottery. evicted tenant's restoration bill would Henry
,, daily papers I railroads employ a man whoresole
The Honduras National Lottery l he offered this gt'ssion. granting: cer-
4 known to be hos I duty should IK to report crooked
company successor to the Louisiana tain powers of compulsory purchase of The .\TosilauabkS Yacht au >*tildg -
tile to the defendants. I I' .
Lottery, went out of existence when land He also announced that the edu- transactions to the interstate commerce Books everfe /islaLd.
Nearly commission and to the executive:
more than twent-fin men of various -ation bill would over to the next
all of theJarymen go RUDDERHOWTO .
committee of the road It was the
s had admitted degree of prominence in different lessen. Later in this session he woull : .
first B'eetmj of the new club composed
that parts of the country pleaded guilty In present the government"iews 3S to BOOKS
they business and
of !
t had formed the district court at Mobile, Ala,, to the restriction of the house of lords. I prominent pro- Over ;oco rots fiae berg Malt from the fires
opm-- the charge of conspiracy to cause the -ssional men similar to one in Pan printed in they tooks Successfu: sailed m
Harry Orchard1 o n s. Counsel American Horse Derby Winner. and another in Boston the purpose I. .- every clime a::J u-on every sea-full detail ?_
carriage of Interstate lottery advertisements of ail 1 showing what it is and
for the state saul they were satisfied Richard Croker. the time masterof Interests parts
one lag to discuss public senously
how T
Nineteen of them were fined .to mae U- xt tatrrrrely sample
James II. Hawley made the opening New York city a< the leader of .
$10OOO each five ?3000) each, and !several I' HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
address for the state the keynote of others smaller! sums. In addition Tammany Hall who his been living in Beef Trust Boosts Price. 16 f0l4 row .tI.... Urk ....7tob..0d.1...".an i.** t
which was that the Inner circle of the Ensl'nd and Ireland for several years .....p. p..a.g I..t I...a b..y to"'r.tac buxiMa*...
to pleading guilty tbe defendants Retail butchers eastern cities werenotified
Western Federation of Miners made a HOW "O BUILD A SAIPJACKA
; agreed to Mirrender for destruction and devoting that the price of beeves wouidbe fine tent for anen..". aj-rt o. tnnrknt; shoat I.anal.
r business of murder and assassination .> self! t,) the ''bim-I ...t.r. Ilea b.m h.u\t.p....t'.
lottery liooks, plates and other paraphernalia advanced s or I) cents a i>ound. "";t. Oil J r.'1 ai.cut cumplFtt d boat I
through employed agents and that tie "k.
of bl\r
\ race es. t
and' Immediately to dNivse which means alinit 2 cents a poun., : HOW TO EUILD A RACING SLOOP
defendants had been for years hctive ..! v".. ailiieved the greatest seer aeraaal in, warbme"seer deemed ; a prt
of the establishment at retail. of cattle is
printing belong more Scarcity I.
members of this inner circle Whan Dnrr a A.aa .%..* and Aiutralu, casf to baud,aw
Ing to the compam located at Ailm "tm distinction oft ghen as the reason for the increase to via ..tHOW .- .

the defense objected to Hawlej's reference ington. Pel., and operated under the ,, < ,, "t C| the Publish turf The big packers say that the new inspection TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH :
to various other crimes charge : when his SmplrI J'r' I '..ut..oj how t.."nMrwtaUui I
name of the John M Holers; Press O > N'i '> thnv-jo-ir- I law is largely responsible bull tvr ur ...ti....S i..,...... *\ml vtlxrr(Uaa.
against the federation us being: not old colt Orby. ridden -
germane to the present ease! Jiulg"; Eddy Trustees Barred Out. ; bj the .\meri A fine.a.'l.a.. ""-'n: ""t. good r&faa: eatenew
Wood sustained the states attorneyholding Judge Chamberlain of the superiorcourt :" an j"kt"ll'U'f., A Real Wonderland .&iL r: ,u:.oJ.. .: ,1 .. ","t. ri.

that whatever the tate expected at Concord N. IL, his denied: (f"J. tS won the I>e:rbv race I :vjnth Dakota, with its rich silver mines HOW A rt TO TT I BUILD:tl>, MXn.A l SHOAL.ut, .i.ti mod DRAUGHT.,,ate ....erbaap.SLOOP..

t>> prove eoulJ be referred to in !j I: the motion of the trustees apixmitel :!! -ft) at I-pwim; I ovvns bonanza farm-i, wide rangy and I'tranj."e null pUn i

the address Thi> did not menu that j I bj Mary Baker G. Lddy. Christian:!- '" :;"ii'W The stakes amount I natural formations, i* a \"('ritahe'ondt'r.! HOW TO QUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
F's.y to)ta !L1.*..n.1... (THtra-irht:. ;].">t the. even for a kr. tlo
the matters referred to would not be (i euce leader, to be substituted for the to MJ':oIJU. and lan.1.1 \t Mound City, ill the borne of kpa ."..;caaijvtu.1' ..ryrB itaerstovporcat n< 8HOW

passed upon when offered! in c-videniv. )11'0 called! "next friends:' who sued for Rich..r\ Cr ker. t"roke is sad lr'l )In-. E. D CUpi, wonderful vase of TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHTA
i belling ba lately occurred Her son rampk*..' ..f kuw a-.odd.Iao Ua
of Mrs nM..T to
The first daJ"'s'ideure came from I 1! possession Eddy estate on have won MUmio additional In HViied near death with lung and throat if eI.1S ..ed i..J u. u"d..

'_'. ) witnesses who'had JH>PM>U:il km>\\ led;jt. ? I the ground that she had become lire at the revailiim:; odds of lit to 1. The i trouble "lxhanstin: : conjthmsr !'i'ellsoccunvdeer -

1 of the killing of tulH'nlx'rmoll!; sponMble in her t.M age and had Invn event was t.lll..iali gratifying to l"roI I \ five minutes," write Mrs PRICE $1. EACH

them was the son of the slain man I dui elt bj her s "('retary. 1 rje. and other kir and his Vueru-m friends Incausef i l"lapp. "\\ hm 1 l'esaii giving Dr Kin sNew PREPAID CT CXPStSS AXTMHCRC t

ji who told how Orthml;r under I otticiils of the Christian Science ?r- tin unfriendly action of the New I Ii!'ewerthe great inrdit'me, that Bound in C'H J'C: jli !- tenng;-S ze of pajj

t the name of Ilogalt. hid approached I gamzation. The ext fnotids" chief mirket latino: stewards in barring hu !-a\"t"lllli life and compMelv l'm",1 him. CI b y uincho-L. ,e. ci"Jrly.Jr.v.-n plans.

him shortly before the assa",fr-iuatiou : of whom is Mrs Eddy s !son Gts>r.e horse from their ci.urse. I "(niarantev l for (-OUhs and colds, throat THE RODDER PUBLISHING CO.

j and asked him the where;ibouts of Li< I I \A. Clover will now pnxvc-d to take I and IUIIJT troubles, bv Titu-\ile! Pliar- iI MURRA!' STREET New YORK, USA

j father I dei ositious as to the mental mnditio Douma Passes Reform Laws. micv. 5f\andsHX( ). Trial, 'ttle free ...,d Pasta f,t Latalcgue of Boot for

[ Mrs to the actions of Ihrev obnoxious laws hive tech rel *- I -- -- ";ufktsmait Ltlnart
The state led out with its trump IOC Illdy and as
I l eiKHl bv the lin-Mo douni.i as follows IJenevolent Od l'arty-11'ell, well
i others imohed
card next day by calling to the stand j -
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: for -
s thopunishuicut of but area little fellow to U pla 'ill:
Harry Orchard who says his! real Oil Trust Pipe For Others. I you
: IKVSOllspn> "' in. :tpprotl Of ..
ins in the -t. (' talk jet" The ..;
t.nll'r Ilorvlelut who "'tr :tn yon
name 1! The circuit: (...t rt at I'nJl'v! : O_ harulitl > litie:il .ni us. t'\t hiding from mibt:irvsc'ricv !i jj_
i little Felioi"Naw! but I kin : it! t
passed under many aliases and \\ lioconfessc' swear .;
that t.v: iau keI'HK* Line com
Imrsous actiisei of iK>htic-al 1 !I :
that he laid the that
pun. t sublunary j of tlio stiiidird Oil <';nines or under suspicion anl i'entliz-: --- 9l

lulled !teuiieiil'erg:: With some lead j 1."OU1PWY.! must 'H.ipt all oil orTrrtilb u:g private nistnution in lbiuul.'flit' I .. l gpft"m
lug questions, he was ltd to tell in di-, -
the iudop tent l't.lw'rs and at : 'io"i' :n voted for the abolition of the The Farmer's Wife 1ktJ.l 11 11C
ttorof vinous murders
tall a lour
i! fair 'mml\'rttin'. price It bid lion r('iblishrivnt of tioll courts martial

nud attempted murder-. whit h nofirit allow bv the state of Olio that the for tat: punishment or civilians mijdKitM Is very careful about her churn. Rte eeds

work lu says ho inrforu at the : prig' fnr'tr'iisportm in'I..p.'mlt'nt oil u spicmiing revolutionary: scalds it thoroughly: alter. u-mi. aim sivt.sit &;
instigation and In the paof fie! others a sun bath to s\\f( ten it. She 1..1111\\ "
iud their worth at harvest
; Meta ;1> cents a larrt'l.1 which awas uVis In the nnuv prove
that if her churn is sour it will taint tin
of the federation of Miners who i
( : a prohibitive rate This dteisionis tx:.:.f, time AIttron.r1iityyearsoi
indhtnuut in ... French Searren's Strike Off. butter that i is. nude in it. The !'tom u'h is .. jnouccetl
under ivnnetion UC'Cht.y
are now assist Prosceutor a\id ; arc pr
e\iH"cU'd to
ehiirn. In titstomach and i-ti' : "
with the SteumnUrg murder lie ; For several das following the T.lst a ;: t':e ht anti sures: bciri f1
when the ease acinst tin stimlard and nutritive trails are |n>rfe>rn;t-ei iroc
Canadian birth and of May not a ship was able to lave the iie'rc evervwhcreo.r t
said he was a bv p'"t
Oil and the tl'kt.'fl"llert conies up for "sv4s which are almost exactly bk," th. : : t
after mo'ilintn the mining region of trial ports ..f 1'ran(v. owing to a sreneral churning of btitt.r. Is it not al'part.nt 1 ;.. des!"r cells them 1307 Seed )

the northwest Utame a ineiuU tiC the trke c.f sailors an.l others l...longins then that if this siumaeh-churn' is foul it -\m.l f :'e on tt'qu..t.u. 1

miners union null achieved a n'i utjtion Johnson Loses Three Cent V/ar. to the naval reserve Tin (Te'ws of makes foul all hitch i s put into it? d.i U "t K!a' X l U.. Ortrolt :Mkk.

bv t"Xl..UtillM'utt'IW..' of death Hit supreme court of Ohio gave its m:uiy transatlantic !'iliI" joirusl in the ,, The evil of a f">ul stomach is not alone i r

and destruction upon tln!" e \\ 11."I\- decision i a favor of the Clevtliud- ';'o\t'lIimt mtl d..rtt'l.l tb'ir stations.The the bad* in the mouth and th f.'iI'' ,f EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS't

seil the of the union. He i :;iditcd railways" ns oppose*' to the strike wi* der to'ltn-ol l>v thf Nitiniil breath iau"fd h v it. but this corruption) of tI
purposes ;
the ,"U'I' current of blood! ail the eb"si':u.
: I\e in the
aiii controversy en's
recounted attaching the fuse which cityo ;: union It'"lanf the' .
nation of dis. ise throughout the (Nn v .
over cent street ear fares. The case hill increasing pensions: from $to to
blew up the Banker Hill mill in l&'JO Hr. Pierces golden<< Medical 1I1'-.1l\1'\
.. the nsxawmition of involv.l UK vaLi'tj; of tie franchiseson ,72 for seamen and from Sin: to sjirt ..
of ntt mptill,: naVes theM'!;r and foul !stomich sw ;,
'i'rUin :1\"Im's tick! 1' tbe ("oa Governor reatunij! end ie:!iuHl in detail v ;r It dams for the stomach h vv hat the w a.h" _'

how he anti his assistant. Steve:: ..t&tt" These' be 114 sustained. the low ;uhsjHat: Lvtii the bshe'nneu at on.enh."t'2C I and sun bath do fur tlo..dlurn-al1-"lut, .1 _;.

Adams, blew ui the station at Intll'pcndt'n fare frsn'h -granted by the Johnson took part in th <* nke. .\ftertn 1 removes\ every tainting or corrupting; *' ,.- ;. TRADE MA KS

CMo where fourteen nun :i -ouncil became ,oid : interview with the minister! of ma ment. In this way it cures bloti 1...>. :w DESIGNS ,
,'i.if it Paris im Jtlat'I the seamen's pimples! eruptions. Mrofulons t'n'I1ill_". ..
Killt-. The c11!- Prison. 'tetha, dnermap
i nion minors were Burnham Out of An. '!! --'Ir. .
ulcers! ill .
iiiinatiiMi of his b't..dr recital c-nie 1( ,,w>nrf Han.hlIl1. Jr.. who was con ',"-ider tHeenplHHl to all i'or s calling toOr humors or ordiseasesarismjfrom oj* n eating bad and tl.1 ,;I. ;a'-: kid.a... ;' ." .".r....! f. e O'r".r: : : : ::
.1T the strk It snid tnt tHcm.iistpr t' i.Ilanft. ott f'it,'
; Msei
was r 4 .to.
.n< y'
June G, when he told of the murderf i "wte.l an I s..ut"It..l to Sing Sing:: If vo i have lntt,-r, nastv foul tasti in .: fr...', ,'. .I .:. '" '. f .r '."urrr, : pattI :"..
: I bad given aswinthat the mouth coated foul Urea '"'-. '. I'" ,,,.:r. ML:: & ('.). rettlv!
Meuneulirg I'riso:1 for :rand 1 larceny as "it v ptvsidout .. .. your tongue, tit, IJ'"J a .ttct WItt, HIt charee. ini the
d," rt w orM not to pruseinted arid
showed rs are weak and easily tir'l l feel
sly depre.wdand
At the outset Orchard > I :I'll ; tril lining: <:f the Mutual I i
that the : hew. would lie Gaye Sclttrtlflc Rnl rican.A
of uubarrassiiHi!t and had to K encouragod Reserve Life mid association was poudoa mproveil ,, tf"-JIlIlII..nt. fn'fI'lt'nt headache s, .
dillY atta'ks. gnawing IIr t"niai -
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to mike his answers aadible. reltMs from the New York Tomb- on b4P1!l<>Tn 'TT t.traf..t west. P ,r-""' rntitarur.
'h. constipated or irregular N>\\eh! ."ur If i... w :'t.. "I f. a
but he told his awful Mon with remarkable -, $7 :"->" bill t'l1 f1L: to :i tlt..i.t\l\; the or bitter risings; after eating; and rear: f ur Ti .as, II. SHJ;J:.j f".r.- :" 111.'rt
calmness, and self! pos"'ewioa, : npPt'i.1tt': division of th.' supreme court I COMMERCIALJ appetite, tht.ot' sv mplonis.or aIl 't'lIn.ili'r- r MUNN & CO.1Broa1.ay.,. New York

while the man IK sought to Implicate i I istii; ;t _Vltorufkromo still he wo iM able!numUrof th<'m. indicate itou .'*.. B;af., It tlTiu .t5 "" VV" ..' ,a<: 'n. I' I..

to siiffennc from bill;!i..n-...'>'. torpid 1 1.-
Intently every or
Ha"' ood. carry tl:v ":i>e t'> the court of appeal' .
KHiked directly at him, ovidentlr Railroads Fighting Two Cent Law. liver: with th<' n-'| : :; lilts" -
word and Texas Ousts Oil Trust Company. eestion, e>r d sepsaa and their attendant KILL THE COUCH
trying to catch his euwhich In a statement the Pennsylvania railroad derangement
P..l'!,>v\in tV! enllot of tV jury at
the witness a\in,1 >t1. T1dift u-e c.l>- frankly avowal its purpose !o Th.-t"' [iitiT<' T--'i..n"! MM i"0 ""Nj''aJ tscjj AND CURE THE LU JCS
.V.u .t.u; birring the \\atersPtn-e: Oil .. i.M' > .. ," .. 1( ;
to thc early puts of the story '*::et square" for the new two cent farlaW' PII. L i ,,'. ?/ li eN.ale'1nl'lnttiIn _
JectiHl aipaia from d,MIIC .ss in the ar"TT..'.1.. t ..ns. asdtrT" rr. (T-Mr" 'nT7j n
..u the ground that they dill not appear by abolishing all commutation o ..a ,.... WITH king'sNei
Iw c.'tnneth'll with Ilay'w..J in any stat,* of T<'\a- and making that com rates and soiling only tickets at the a t h.. .... ..... .. h, ,I.. (' m, Ur.

to the court overruled this ob patty fable for penalties ag reg-itiiig! uniform rate of 2 cents a mile Even .\\'.. .....n loll.f. ;v ..... .,.....,n... '''''V

.. wahut $l. aiX'M: for \'iolttionf the state tickets will be ...."1 ,'.w. Or. f .,rrt.'s. I.-,..* M.f< >. ,
would and workman
jl'tti..u. saying that slKh parts, ten trip Discovery
laws, application for a receivershipwas .r' That this is absolutely true
I and no exeursion tickets will
be stricken out if not proved germane will be readily proven to your satisfactionif
f Orchard told of meeting Haywood.t made bv the defendant company loeIJ after Sept' 3+1 unless the court you will but mail a postal card requestto ONSUVPTION Price

and 1'ettilwne at different times, i i Motions" for a new trial were made I shall have ruled main the law, as Dr' U. 1'. IVree ISu'Jalo N. Y.. for a FOR O'JGHSand SOc & $1.00

t Moyer him money anti au injunction was applied for to I the PennsvUama officials confidentlv free copy of his booklet of extracts from OLDS Free Trial.
when he says!, they paid the standard medical authorities Riving
restrain the state from removing
for the various crimes he had com .. any P1loe<"t_ the names of all the,'nts .entering Guaranteed for all THROAT and
part of the property or assets of the which had begun to into his world
him for what he The Reading, -faiwd medicines and show- TROUBLES MONEY
witted and praised LUNG or
e inz what the .eminent medical ,
: most
then appeared I company make some concessions In response to men
hole case BACK.
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had done. of the of them. .
Sin- six this ore 1 age bay
years company
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Entered at the pwtoBee a'Tttasrille.. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS r

t ;sr iecond-clau null matter. HOUSE CLEANING.
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Kills B.Wager. Publish The Brevard county commissionersmet

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING at the court house in Titusville, Many Women Have Discovered That a Course of TreatmentWith
June 3, 197, at 2:30 p. m. Present,

r': t It most be clearly understood that neither R. A. Conkling, chairman; J. R. Pe-ru-na Cleanses the System of the
*: <. THC STAB nor ita editor U responsible for
'I opinions expressed by correspondent Miot T. A. Robinson, T. J. Cock-

shuttt, with A.A. Stewart, clerk and Accumulations I of Winter.

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: Summer weather was a long time J. P. Brown, sheriff. -'. T<: .difffj
_ '' coming, but it seems to have landed The minutes of the'last meetingof Y"r' .+ Y ?..- ;?."?1.,.{!- fi.Jfll.Health,.-, ;' and Complexion, Strength and Beauty t.

/ all in a lump. Nobody can complain the board were read and approved. 7 }f' Y{.f' 7 $ri.Wlit. :?'#"7l. l. Depend Upon Clean Blood and 'J.,
: '<' $ '
"l f l' Bond of 0. A. :.{.. :' : : : Good Digestion I ,
w; .: : that there was a deficiency of heat Quarterman. { :illfkltl it
during the past few days. notary public was approved.The '"l.PiWt: ..
-t s' clerk is authorized to send for : f/N l Mrs.Daniel Passmore,Wetland,Ontario,Can.,write*: j :

1-2 dozen ernsers for book .;,YY :'f,{qkff "For three years I wa severely afflicted with stoatach Jrilf
,10. Mr. Bryan has precipitated the old9" type of t ;x:777:7::,}:;: : :;{ trouble, and for days at a time 1 could not eat any
writer in clerk's office. !{;# }$fM1F.thing.. I grew thin In flesh,had headaches and was the J
question of the incubator and the y
-' Report of R. R. Chaudoin,Supt. of -.fJ; picture of despair. :

;r'' .'.. hen again. The Republican party, road districts No. 1 and 5 was re- y: "1 was attended by three doctors, bat got no good

; he says, is hatching fdeas that were ceived. results.
v "Finally I began the use of Fernna. I soon noticed
produced by the Democratic party. Report of J. 0. Fries, Richard $ I an improvement and after using three bottles,I was
K ? {
:. Now, which is the mother? 'locker and W. A. Greene, marking, :.ayt | able to relish a meal,in fact,could eat&nythlDg."Today .
viewing and laying out public road at 7 1 feel well and stroa consider that Pern-
na has saved my life and 1 shall always praise It."
k Senator McCarren of Brooklyn is Mims was received and accepted,and ;

reported to have acquired a controlling same will be declared a public roadat

4 ,,1 interest in a New York daily the next meeting of the board, \ 4 !IIDi 'j 5; t

newspaper. In that event, look out I there being no protest. I ); :
The clerk his rolls >
pay -
for pyrotechnics. Senator Mc-
some '
for witnesses paid at the May term : ir'7ii:?::7ii}: :: ,
Carren Hates W. R. Hearst, and : '111.
of the county cdurt 1907, amountingto .
Hearst hates McCarren. A newspaper ?
$29.70 and the same was approved. .. ;f.i
between the two would be
: 7- war
Reports of Justices of the PeaceL.

_ something fierce. K. Myers, J. M. Sanders and C.T.

McBride were received.

Prof. Smith of the faculty of the Clerk's report of taxes redeemedand

4 University of Washington,at Seattle, purchased during the month of

advises the young men and women of April, 1907, was received.

the idea of The treasurer's report was received -
his classes to put mar- :Mrs.Alice Bradley,Thorold,Ont.,Can.,writes: ';{ :''r:. !{
riage out of their heads, as long as and checked up and paid war- "Two years ago: 1 became weak and rundown i t

rants destroyed.The and as time passed I gradually failed until '\':..
prices of the necessaries of life continue a year +::;::;;;;}::;:;;; ;
question of road machinerywas ago, when I experienced a stroke of paralysis,
:t up in the air as they are now. which affected one side and I was helpless. i
postponed until the next meeting -
,, r But what Prof. Smith be thinking -
can of the board. "I called in professional medical treatment, but
1 : about? Doesn't he known that steadily grew worse. % 6iYi74'r n
Tax collector's report of poll taxes t. .
MI had decided I never would rise .
i ? again from my :
high prices are to "prosperity collected during the month of May
bed, but,when Peruna was brought to me and afte.r
__: : Does he wish the young men and 1907 for the year of 1906, amountingto having taken four bottles! of it,I was able to be out >h,,, 'a

young women to wait for hard times, $36.00 was received. and a wonder to myself and friends.

: merely because food will be cheaper Tax collector's report of licenses "I consider Peruna a great blessing to the afflicted. \ t
I may add that my daughter has also used Pe runa
then? during May, amounting to r
: and has been blessed with renewed health. I believe ]
$20.00 for tHe state and $15.00 for Peruna saved our lives." .

w 1. The yacht race from New York to the county, was received.It _n___._ DANIEL_________ _PASSMORE...___nH_
? t Bermuda is a contest of the kind to was moved by J. R. Miot andseconded Clean Up Once a Year. Mrg. N.P.Lawler,423HY.Broadway, and within two weeks I was in tins

make old sailors sit up and take no- by T. A. Robinson thatA. CLEANING up the body in the spring I. PitlsbnrgKas.,writes: health."

," tice. There is half holiday sort N. Mathes be employed as superintendent owes to himself. "Last spring I caught a severe cold "Peruna!a wonderful medicine."
no of the home at Face powders may hide a rough skin, which developed into a serious case of Mr.Lee King,B.F.D.No.4,Farmers-
in of that char- county catarrh. I f el weak and sick and could
of seamanship a race but Peruna helps to produce a skin that ville Tex. writes.
_ 50.00 month. The neither eat well.
per question was sleep
need not be hidden.
acter no champagne and foi-gras follow health has been better
; "A "My generallythis
member of our club,who had been
called and Messrs. Miot and Robinson The source of good blood is good di-
the firing of the sunset and cured of catarrh through the use of spring and summer than it has been
r gun voted for the motion and T. J. gestion. Peruna aids digestion. Peruna, advised me to try it and I didso for four years and I have worked nearly-
i ''t rocking chair skippers "are not ins Those people who have regular bodily at once.
Cockshutt voted no. The motion car- every day.
functions have a clear and delicate skin
"I expected help,but nothing like the
it. There will be a test of seaworthiness ried. "I suffered with dysentery and bowel
-, Peruna helps to restore these functions. wonderful change for the better 1 ob-
of craft and seamanship of: It was moved by T. J. Cockshuttand Most skin deformities depend upon served almost as soon as I started Inking trouble.
derangements, which cannotbe "Your remedy also cured wife of
thrash systemic it. my
crews in the over to Bermuda. seconded by T. A. Robinson thatif
., corrected by local treatments. "In three days I felt much better,and constipation.
; t. It could be wished that some such! the superintendent leaves the coun- Peruna is a systemic remedy,reorgan- within a week I was well. I I "I wish you continued success with
: t r race between international yachts ty home before next meeting of the izing and regulating the whole body. "I continued taking the entire bottle your great medicine. Peruna."

} ; might be arranged.In board that he gets no pay for the

y past month.It Shipments of cigars from Tampa for TITUSVILLE LIVERY STABLE

one day Justice Anderson of was moved by T. A. Robinson the week ending June 1 were 5.430/(>00.

the supreme court of the district of and seconded by J. R. Miot that the I Previously reported shipments fc" Feed and Sale Stables

inmates of the home do their
county the
present year were 113,860,000.
4 Columbia become a distinguished
own cooking while at the county --- Wi SADDLE HORSES
i man. He has defined what a molly- LEGAL NOTICE
i home.It .
', coddle is, which, of course, couples The Eureka Fish Company Incorporated BUGGIES
moved T. A. Robinsonand
was by
discontinued business June 1st and will
4 his name with that of Theodore seconded by J. R. Miot that the wind up its affairs and surrender its. charter I SURREYS
and go oat of business as soon as prs,ible. _
Roosevelt, who said "mollycoddle" order passed at May meeting of the Mr. F.S. Terry of Columbia S. c., will L and TURNOUTS

i : ", once on a time, and that makes him board, 1907, reducing the salary of style continue of Eureka the business Fish Company under the, not name incorporated and- I l c; of all kinds

+_t great. Here is Justice Anderson's the superintendent of the county with Mr.George Brw'kett as manager Hauling Etc.
,to buy fish to supply his distributing IKMKHSat ,
: explanation: "There are some who home from$50.00 to$40.00 per monthbe lumbia and Charleston, S c., bat will -- -
rescinded. Motion carried.It not run any boats of his own. J. ld OSHA! TilnsYille. FloridaMASIIRY'S
{ do not wish to earn a living or par All are hereby notified not to sell .
moved by T. A. Robinsonand persons .. ___ ____
: its price. As boys they shirk at was anything to taid Eureka Fish Co... .8.Terry. n
., seconded by J. R. Miot that the proprietor except for ca-h. as no bills will be
home and in school. As young fellows !- paid by said Frank S Terry VARNISHES
road superintendents be allowed to Signed; FRANK.TERRY For all Parpases
; they shirk their part of the Prop. Eureka Fish Co
pay a deputy when he is not able to

I r .:". wprk, and finally settle down in being go to work. Motion carried. Titusville, Fla George.June Brockett 7th, 1907.Manager. MARINE SPAR for boats

:s whom President Roosevelt call The clerk is instructed to send for

'mollycoddles.' This, we submit, such certified copies of bills passedat CRYSTAL SPAR for interior use

i ; is an extremely lucid definition, almost the recent session of the state leg- BOBBINS Nomar Floor Finish Nonlar Varnish StainsA

; a* clear as mud. islature as may be necessary for the
& GRAHAM quick-dryinR: hrilliant and durable For all purpipeually adapted fui
board to have for their guidance in .-- varnish, unexcelled for dancing flooranmbinz'! "-hails. table! and furniture
co. Color cards and prices upon application Dries quickly. easilipphed 1.
transaction of the business.It ,
j county
the wise
+ It is pointed out by ones oldest varnish
Remember fasury's-The house in America
was moved by T. J. Cockshuttand (Incorporated Paid up.Capitat25.000.(0.This .
that the sudden rise in the price of I
seconded by J. R. Miot that the landsin EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
,. fresh meat cannot be charged to the
board accept the terms of Frank the Indian Pier Coun- I Eau Gallie, Florida.Play .
'- account of the beef trust. The government trv.ontheSt. Lncie River,
Smith relative to purchase of the -New liner, and Biscayne
at on -
1 is responsible for it. 1 It
shell at the Smith place, to purchasethe Kav.
? came about in this way: On and shell in the north shell mound
Ball !
about May 20, the packers P
gave for $600.00 and an option on all the
notice that all cattle condemned by other shell in the place at 10 cents I Send forlandlist.

the government inspectors as unfit per cubic yard. Motioned carried. OFFICES
for food would be charged to the account Warrants were ordered drawn aggregating -

of the shippers-that is to the the following amounts on A Complete Line of
farmers and beef raisers in genera the various funds:
j It is a fact that a big percentage of General fund____________________ 51J C.F.DUREN,Agent, SJ: ?-o-I..IING-'S: :
Road fund district>o. 1 ...__- 31.36
the cows shipped to market are condemned ---N.- 100.:5 I
I by the government inspectors N N N 5... 900bpec : : Florida andWestern
: road fond dis." 2-_ 434.S6 .
because they are afflicted with __ .
3 2M>74 Carried by
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Steers not afflicted. .a ______u___ 26.55Game
tuberculosis. are warden fund_______________ 3500
When the cattle raisers understood Fine and forfeiture fund_________ | 24806 (E I) 'The H. & W. B. DREW CO.

what was going to happen they Meats

withdrew all cows from the market. On an average of about went-five Distributors for Florida
I carloads of pineapples a day are haul
could afford to ship 'W' of all Kinds.
They not cows ed by the Florida East Coast Railwayto JACKSONVILLE FLORIDASend
I and have of them condemned ,
so many Jacksonville for shipment to the

and charged to their account. northern and western markets. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA for catalogue and samples for uniforms

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! ;: 'SlSlSOFHEWSIN Howes-Coutant Wedding I '

Never had the little Congregational v I .ff

;. FAIR FLORIDA church at Oak Hill witnessed a THREE MEASURES THAT FAILEDTO t.. : :f ,

fairer scene of beauty and interest t f
than the of June 3rd it S FI
eve being
: 1tis Being Done Toiards the De- \ \ } _i 'I I I J '' J
.. .. the inarriage of two of its young people Refers to Relief of Tax Assessors I

'if: nlopment Peninsula who had grown tomanhood and Another to Public Printing And "<0-

... womanhood among us. William L .
'A lodge of the Independent Order of Howes and Jeannette R. Coutant be- the Third to a Railway. NV \ ',

A. '.f.} :iI. : .Odd Fellows has been instituted in ing the contracting parties to this ,
) ,- Gov. Broward has filed with the sec
-') Arcadia.. happy event.Promptly .
of state three veto
)" '- retary messages.
.' ;- :...... St. Petersburg has been promisedfree at 8:30 to the inspiring The measures vetoed are: An act for

mail delivery, the service to begin strains of Mendelsohn's wedding the relief of the tax assessors of the
= .- next Saturday. march the two ushers, Mr. J.D Sin- counties of Dade, St. Lucie, Osceola, '

I Pensacola's city election was held clair, of New York, and Mr. Carl Lee, Monroe and DeSoto; an act to revive 4\ 'E

Tuesday and as usual the Democrats Noble, of Lake Helen, slowly advanced the charter of, and to continuethe

,a made* a clean sweep of the entire ticket up the aisle, which had been powers, rights and privileges of

w. marked off by festoons of Englishivy the Atlantic and Gulf Railway Com

The town of Waldo inr.Alachua tied with white ribbons to, the pany, heretofore chartered and given

s f. ; county, has shown considerable enterprise chancel rail, where they separated, under chapter 4474, laws of Florida, I

:by installing a municipal acety- then came the two bridesmaids in and amendatory thereof, and fixing

lene gas plant. the time, for the completion thereof,
#- white, Miss Pattie Howes and Miss I
and an act to amend sections 654 and
The private bank of W. G. Welles Louise Creighton, of Baltimore;
I 655, of Oe general statutes of Florida,
and Brother at Arcadia has been
pur- where at the chancel they also separated -i
relating to public printing.The .
r chased
by the. DeSoto National Bank
S after which came the maid of !
.,. and merged with that institution. I tax assessor's relief bill provided
honor, Miss May Howes, (younger for the payment of commissionson .
TIle DeLand papers say that peaces :!- i
sister of the groom.) Leaning upon the basis of 2 per cent on the drain A
of fine quality retail in the DeLand .
her father's arm, Capt.Elwin S. Cou- age assessments to be paid out of the
market at 10 cents a quart and that 1
tant, came the petite bride, a fairer, internal improvement fund moneys:
i the growers in and around DeLand
sweeter bride would be hard to find, now In the hands of the trustees. .
: have formed a combine and agreed not
and in her trailing white robes and In his message, Gov. Broward says: ti
to sell for less than this price. i
.. veil, she presented a picture that "The law after defining the duties of

The primary'election held in Jack- will long remain with us. The groom the trustees, and defining their pow- For sale by the

sonville Thursday for the nominationof ers, specifies the particular objects of
and his best man, Mr. C. Christiancy,
a democratic candidate for the office
improvement for whlth of
of Port Orange met the bride at the
of municipal judge, resulted in this fund may be made, and believingas
chancel and hands the Rev.
the election of Judge A. O. joining
I do, that the expenditure of any
over Julius Drew 69 H. H. Jones in his impressive man-
by a majority of of this money for any other purpose

-_' votes. ner began the ceremony, while the than that specified In the act...referred. MUSIC HOUSE,
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The United States gun boat Wasp organist, Miss U. Dohn, of New to would endanger the whole fund,

i= Is in port at Jacksonville on a recruit- Smyrna, played Hearts and Flowers, and as it is a fact that if the legisla- TITUSVILLE, FLA. I

Ing expedition. The Wasp will re- as the words were spoken that bound ture now has the power to divert any

main about five days and it is expected these two young lives together,after portion of the fund they have the pow-

fifty ,or more young men will pre- which congratulations showered er to divert all of the fund, and should

sent themselves for examination for upon them by their many friends. the trustees pay out of any money in

: training in the navy. The many beautiful gifts of cut this fund in any other way that that

Governor Broward has issued a special glass and silver attested the love prescribed In the law contained in

order frum office chapter 610, It would, In all probability -
suspending and esteem these two young peopleare
Judge Samuel T. Shaylor, of the crim- held by their friends. After the involve the fund hopelessly In litigation Rochester Gas Engines

inal court of record of Duvai county. wedding light refreshments were to the great injury of the fund,
and to the state of Florida. I, therefore
The suspension of Judge is
: Shaylor served to the bridal party at the
'c said to be based upon charges alleging withhold my appioval at said bill
home of the groom's father, W. C.
neglect of duty in that he has or- and veto the same"Gov.

dered adjournment from time to time Howes. Broward gives as his reason for Two-Cycle

of the sessions of the criminal courtof The young people left on the F. E. vetoing the bill relating to the state
C!. railway amid shower of rice and Three-Port
record during the present term. I printing the act does not specify &
good wishes, for a trip of ten days. that all printing for the state shall he R
John W. Jolly, the Atlantic CoastLine
They will make their future home in done in the' state, as has been the established One to Four CylInders.
railway agent at Leesburg. who I .
Ocala, this being Mr. Howes' head- custom since 1887. That if
waived examination on the charges of 2 f.2 to
welcome persons outside of the state should ,
where receive
embezzlement and forgery in the court quarters, a warm

of Judge J. B. Milam at Tavares Wednesday awaits them. A FRIEND contracts, having complied with 100 H, P.
the requirements of the board anl
was accompanied back to
.I Leesburg Wednesday evening by Sheriff Surfmen Wanted there should be failure to comply with Cut of oar new design, 2 cycle,3-port, doable cylinder
.their contracts at a time when delay Made up one to four cylinders,2J to 100 II. P
Murrhee, where he gave bond in
the sum of $3,000, some of the best The U. S. civil service commissionwill !I would be fatal to the Interests of the 5 h. p. 2-cylinders, weight 125 pounds, price complete
hold an examination on July state, the only redress would be suit with reverse clutch, propellor and shaft $185 00
5- 5 citizens of the place going on his bond.
Quite a sensation has been causedin 10th to secure eligibles to fill vacan- on the bond, which suit would most 16 h. p. 4-cylinder, weight 395 pounds, price completewith

military circles in the state by the cies for surfmen in this, the eighth, probably be removed by the non-res-! reverse clutch, propellor and shaft $500.00
dent contractor to the United States
action of Adjutant-General J. C. R. district and similar vacancies as they Record of "Baby Bullet" with a Rochester
courts. Under these
conditions the
Foster in asking for the recall of Major may occur. The commission has ex- state's Interests would be sacrificedand Eau Gallic to Palm Beach, time 8J hours. Entered ten races, more than 100 miles make
J. A. Dapray, the United States perienced difficulty in securing eligi- ing every lap with a variation of less than 30 seconds. Palm Beach to Eau Gallic, 130 miles
work required to be promptly done 8 3-4 hoars. All this running without a hitch. Write me for catalogue and prices.
army officer who has been serving in bles and qualified persons are urgedto
during a legislative session at '
or other
the capacity of inspector and apply. G. : PADDISON: :
r instrnc-I times, would fail or would have to be f(
tor with the Florida State T"OOps. I No educational test will be given undertaken by other means at a great Eau G-nlllo : : F1or1.c1.a

Is said considerable friction exists be-I
: and applicants are not required to expense and greater Inconvenienceand

t tween the-army officer and the officersof appear at any place for examination. loss to the state. The provisionsof There is yet room, and time, for fur JAMES C. SPELL

the state troops. The requirements for surfmen in the general statutes are preferableto ther candidates to burnish up their j i Physician and Surgeon'Phone F+

James M. Andrews, former chairman this district will be the same as for this particular change proposed. armor, and enter the campaign which ;

of the board of county commis- the second, third, fourth and twelfth The act contains some good provisionsbut promises to be a warm one.-Tropical ]! 17TITUSVILLE

;; sioners of Escambia county, and Cary districts, except in regard to experi- they cannot be approved without Sun. FLA. r.F

= L. Fulton, having charge of the coun- ence. In view of the fact that the also approving the unfortunate ons. TetterA

ty painting work, recently convictedof The best interests of the state requirethe
has been unable to
commission secure I lady customer of ours had suffered
padding the county rolls, forgery faithful j@nd a Pleasant
pay enforcement
of the
a sufficient number of eligibles possessing provisions with tetter for two or three \VATS. It gotso
.j' : and uttering forged papers, have of the present law, and In so doing bad on her hands that she could not aIf
been sentenced in the criminal court the .required experience applications the good purpose_ Indicated p___._ h\_. this n___ attend to her household dutie One box
will oe from .f Chamberlain'sMhe cured her. Cham
accepted per- ,
to terms in the penitentiary. Andrews act will be accomplished.
.i who have had less than three I berlain's medicines give splendid satisfaction -' .
r- was sentenced to serve four dears at sons Referring to the other act e\-h-h in thia conimunitj.-II. M. Io dney.St

hard labor and Fulton two years and years' experience as surfman, sailor, the charter of the Atlantic and Gulf Co., Almond, Ala. Chamltrrlam's

: six months.On or boatman, or from those who have Railroad Company, Gov. Broward medicines are for sale by Titusville I'har-I

last Saturday Chjef of Police had no experience whatever in these gives the following reasons for his veto m:lCY. -- -- -

Chas. F. Eaton arrested a young man, occupations, with the understandingthat : "In so far as this act relates to the \\"eeklyVeather R port.

by the name of Cljde Carter, who h3S if eligibles qualified under the charter of said railroad it conflicts JFCITEa Fu., May 2*. 1IOi.! > j

been steward at the B'anch hotel in regulations are secured they will be with section 23 of article C, of the
Comiwrative statement ol temperatures i
this city for the past six months. Car certified before those who do not possess constitution of the state of F', "* I and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. looking ever the HENRY BOSCH COM-
PAPER samples at
ter deserted from the Truxon, a torpedo -I the required qualifications of amended in 1S9X which prohibits any 11'41. 1jMi! I' bone-cittioz comfortably in yourown your
I special legislation of this kin 1. The Jt.TEI.X.:: MIV MIX. MfN e&81d."irl You ran make a better selection!
boat destroyer of the United: States experience. 5. >" 70 TH ., ,
June > S5 > V t. '+t .>' 'h i by r-TKtckjrir the ttorwom .
Navy, while temporarily stationed at Applicants should at once apply to said act also purports to work a forfeiture .. ... ..7 e: K4 7S \ .""o -. .._o. i ...e-tue \.ry latest
of lands but ;. "Ii 71 S5 71 desins-tt.e loveliest tints and richest
the languafe used
St. Petersburg, Fla., Chief Eaton the keeper of the life-saving stationat I' .... '.. Vi; 77 S3 77 color '<<:ctll.including imported pattern.
is I
sent Carter, In company with a police- which they desire employment for so ambiguous that it is not clear !I. "ss! *4 tut T'F -*> Everything good in wad papera in the
whether the lands are attempted to he 10.J 73 ,sj 7Ki PcKh lice.U's .
man, to the navy yards at Pensacolaon application form 395. No applica- forfeited 11. <>4 75 76 I ": e< last Sunday, where he was taken in bj; the company to the state Total rainfall for the week .0 inches New Yo-k-Oica prices.
officials.- tion will be accepted unless properly (T by the state to the cornpinj." Departure rainfall forthe week minus 174 I Ural call with Boech Ss-nrl.- -
charge by the government executed and filed with the keeper inches. any hour you name LJOk
f: then cr'r to your heart's content
Citizen-Reporter. Departure rainf..1Ilince Jan. 1st minus
Lake City prior to the hour of closing businesson The city limits of Gainesville have 12.17 inches. I I -rot the lea-'tob'!:gat-onto
; buyIt's our war of alrer.tJfccjt -
While a colored picnic from Ormondwas July 10, 1907. In applying for been extended by charter amendmentso U. 1'. HABDIS I:! 1111 i the Bosch Wall Papers.

in progress at Ponce Park yesterday this examination the exact title of as to include the building and Official in Charge I j

afternoon a fire broke out in the the examination should be used in grounds of the University of Florida. Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer i V W. ELDRED
scrub and reached such proportions
Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf ,
as to threaten the destruction of the the application. Baseball Players and I I The Painter and Decorator
and Foot Racers: your blood is impure, thin, disea.esi, Up-to-Date
entire village. Great excitement hot or full of humors, if jon have blood

alarm existed among the residents and IndigestionWith Louis J. Kruger,champion )lonjrili- poison! cancer, carbuncles, eating sores, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
picnickers and everybody turned oul its companion, heart burn, flatulence tance foot racer of Germany and Holland, corofula, eczema, itching, risings aDd -- -- -- -----

The fire burnedall torpidity of the liver, constipation writes, Oct. 27, 1001: bumps, scabby, pimply skin, hone paine,
to fight the flames. palpitation of the heart, poor blood, "During my training of eight weeks' catarrh, rheumatism or any bloo or HANDY MOTH PAPERA
. around Ponce Park, about the light headache and other nervous symptoms, foot races at Salt l.akeCity, in April last, skin disease, take Botanic Blood BalmB.
s house and made good headway up tha sallow skin, foul tongue, ofiensive breath I used Ballard's Snow Liniment to my ( B. B.) Soon all sores heal, aches moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed
Peninsula before it was subdaed.-The and a legion of other ailments, is at once great satisfaction. and pains stop and the blood is made under carpets or in the folds: of fur and cloth-
S this the most widespread and destructive Therefore, I highly recommend Snow pure and rich. Druszists or by express ing it drives away moths add worry Twelve
sight was plainly visible from city malady among the American people. Liniment to all who are troubled with $1 per large bottle. Sample free by writ- sheets in a packet carnage!: prepaid 10 cents.
b and large numbers lined the riverbank The Herbine treatment will cure all these sprains, bruises or rheumatism." 25c., ing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. B B. Six packets ao tents if druggist doesn'thave it.

watching the lurid panorama. troubles. 50c. bottle. sold by Red Cross 50c. and f 1.00. Sold by Titusville Phar- B. is especially advised for chronic, deep- Madigao Powder Work,Selection 846
macy. seated cases, as it cures after all else fails. CUrkrtTille,Iowa
p Daytona Halifax Journal.f Pharmacy.



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; .fi.f t; :,:J6' ,.. THE FLORIDA STAR. FRIDAY, JUXE 14, 1807If '
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'4v" 'Escaped Big Waterspout. I Brevard County School Board

(Miami 'Metropolis.) BEST FOR THE I The board of public instructionmet

'Capt. William Husted, of tho fishing Monday, June 3rd, with full A

a s- smack Chase, of the Florida. Fish & BOWLS board present. .POTASH

Produce Co, returned Friday morning If yoo haven't uiarbeaitbym.rementstthe The minutes of the last meetingwere
bowel*every daY,1oll're 1U or will be. Keep your
from Punta Gorda, where'h delivered rowel, open and be well. Force, in the shape of read and approved.
violent physic or pill ;poison,is dall ro1l1O. The in the soil puts corn on the
=' the smack and a large houseboat from the smoothest bowels clear easiest and,most clean perfect is to take way cf keeping Treasurer's report for May was stalk and money in the bank

this port, and reports a most exciting CANDYCATHARTIC found correct and redeemed warrants -

:.. experience and narrow escape from cancelled-and filed. J.J: The natural process of plant growth

accident and posible destruction with is of chemical conversion.
The tax collector presented list of "'J simply one

R1 a loss of life, from waterspouts, during poll taxes collected for the year 1906 ... .J : Potash, the raw material, is cheap; but when
:. trip.
s When between Sanibel and Cape during the month ending May 31st, J-- converted by nature into corn, it is

Romane, water-spouts began to form 1907, amounting to $36.00, same was lh valuable. The use of Potash is not

all around the smack, six being in n received and filed. an expense, but an investment.

close proximity at one tim While FINANCIAL SUMMARY. **
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Write to-day for our free booklet "Plant Food.
watching the dangerous freaks of the Pleasant Palatable. Potent Taste Good. Do Warrants outstanding last report. $ 6.204.4-1 J J
issued this meeting____ 341.79 -' ,tt" GERMAN KALI WORKS
sea a spout suddenly formed right at Good Kerer Sit Lea Weaken or Gripe; 10.2a and
3 10 cents box. Write for free l"R
per sample and book. (g New York-93 Nassau Street, orAUanU.'Qa.1224
: ... the bow of the Chase, but before it let on health. Address 433 6516.23 A. fig. Ctndlcr Building
the Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York. Warrants paid in }ray______ 2)9;)67
could gather size and velocity able
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; boat had plunged through it. Warrants now outstanding____ 4.-5056

The spout was then like a great Total cash on hand _____________ 304X92
mist or fog and reached as high as the The New University.Gainesville Deficit in funds_____ ____.-'....__--_ 4119.61;

topmast of the vessel, the water fall- ( Sun.) ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES.County : 1i,"

Ing all over the deck and crew like a school fond
With the opening of the University
heavy rain. By plunging into it the John B.Walker salary supt. for Apr. 75.00

:-j.- Chase broke up the spout and both she iu the fall of 1908, the probabilities areery' Teachers' salaries________________ 4000
------ -- - -- -- --
Z and houseboat In tow came out of ,,' strong that the faculty and students E. Vesey Hall Sundries for Xo.17__ 4.35

J ;, will enjoy the convenience of Ginn & Co., high school hooks_____ 3.19 Do You Want to Know All About the
the experience without any serious
three additional magnificent brick and E. B. Arnold, per diem and mileage ll.M

mishap. stone buildings, since the sum of $15- A. J. Cart.r. per diem and mileage- 3.80 EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?
S{ '. Had the Chase been a few seconds 000 has been generously appropriatedby G. S. Singletouperdiem! and mileage 6.20E.

-1. later in striking the spout. Capt. Hust- C. Advocate pub. finan statement 2.00
the legislature; to be applied for
ed believes the result would have likely H.J:. Wakefield sup. for Xo. 16____ 19.28 Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trucking and

: been serious. Other than this the new buildings at the University. Brevard Co. State bank int._______ 13.12 General Farming? If so, subscribe for the...........

c These buildings, like those first R. E. Mims, isolated _
trip was uneventful though other waterspouts iwpils----- u FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.
erected will me no shoddy affairs, but John Henry, typewrtg. min. for pub.
i were seen at intervals during -
first-class and modern in every respect and drawing ctf. and affidavit___ 2.75
the latter part of the voyage. PRICE 50 CENTS PER ANNUM
and structures that would be a Social Fond"C"Chap.53KJ Laws ISSUED ONCE }1O "1I. SAMPLE COPY FREE.

world. Teachers'salarif'S-_________________ 113.00;
credit to university in the
Every Man His Own Doctor any HARRY I.. BUOWN, Business! Manager\ St. Augustine, Fla.
They will be college buildings, especially E. V. BLACKMAN, Editor; Miami, t Ja.
kG The average man cannot afford to employ Total issue $ 311.79
for ailmentor adapted for the purpose for ----- ---
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slight -
a physician every -- --
injury that may occur in his family, which they are intended, and will adda Several letters were received relating -

!.' nor can he afford to neglect them, as so great deal to the appearance and to money claimed under the

., .. Blight has been an injury know as to the cause scratch the of loss a of pin a the convenience Florida's pride- rule for isolated pupils. A motionof Florida East Coast RailwayLocal

limb. Hence every ruan must from ne the new University of the State of Mr. Carter provided that unless
Tune Card No. 70. In Effect 9 1907.
cessity be his own doctor for this class of Florida. the letter and the spirit of the law April ,

i ailments. Success often depends upon University SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUT D-READ LT .
visited the
which be Those who have not was lived up to, no aid should be ex-
prompt treatment, can only
had when suitable medicines are kept at grounds really cannot compre tended. X0.35110.29): STATIONS I Va 7R'\o.2Ri

band. Chamberlain's Remedies have hend what a fine institution, and whata 00 Dally Daily I Daily Daily .

been in the market for many years and beautiful place its now. The progress Here's Good Advice 00 N 6 00PtI 9 Da Lv..._.._Jacksonville.4r: 7 25C* a Stet,
N 6 Owe 9 2sstr' .....i-outh Jack:''etville..J.r 7 Km, 8 4J ut
enjoy a good reputation. has been wonderful, as well as Woolever of the best known '-.I 72\** 10 .aO "; : ._..__.....;L Au nstine....._.._ : 6 I'**!, 7 tout ,
Chamberlain's; Colic, Cholera and Diar O. one 1 .. ..._ ..
"0 c= 15i<'M u Ma' .-_- Hastings n. 5 Z7PH i, 6 4:J*j
: rhoea Remedy for bowel complaints. energetic, with the result that the University merchant of Lt-Ilajsviile, X. Y., says: 8O'.J>!11KJI Lv. ..._.._ East l'alllth.Lv 5 llDM' 6 2ru1 1

a Chamberlain's Cough Remedy forT in its infancy in Gainesvilleis "If you are ever troubled: with piles apply =: C3 -ti 3ai1-1Z WN Ar_::...__ ralatka....-.Lv 4 45PH, 6 COM.53rWJ ; ATLANTIC t

: contrhs, colds, croup and whooping cough. nlwkh'I'srni(1i Salve. It rnred me N _7_4's'!') IoII..V.:::"'."\.. '. : 6 loss; : >
Chamberlain's Balm a great deal larger than the old if'thein for good 20 jearsajio." Curt'st'"t'ry'Ort' ..,.., \IpM 3 2.s \r..._..__Ean Mateo. _1-\I 3 3O-1Ij 510Ais f
T (an antiseptic -
East Florida Seminary ever was, in wound, burn abrasion. 5c.; 0'4 3 :1J.E.w i.\-..:........._:an'..IIt"O__,_:, 9 2ii 1 2-4Jtt '
bruises burns
liniment for
) ,
9 0..01 12?=-' Lv..._..._Ianaens___.Lv A:.pray b 52, ,
sprains, swellings, lame back and. rheumatic its most flourishing days, and as a at TitUB\ille Pharma..y.Tax N 2 91-SWi 12 4'KI': _..._....__11t1 ofL_ 4 iW I ft 25a, ATLANTICBEACH
pains. matter of course, there is no comparison CV5 9 4TW 1 1T I. __. ...- Orta+ni Chamberlain's; Stomach and Liver Tab Statement .-5H 10 ({PI1 2.::*' _...--- Paytona_ 3 43>M 4 i-\11" TheConti
in the class of buildings. The C d 10 1')*s\ 1 37FM _. ..._fort; .Orancv--- 3 ZJP at. 4 ::...
lets for constipation biliousness and stomach t., 10 3-""'i!'_2.pAt: Ar....._. .M-v myrna_._ ....Lt' 3 Iivo _4_T..U
Tax for the month of -
statement May
grounds are ''beautifully out, the :
troubles. c J>) 2lu> l 2IPV: Ar: ..._Jji-i-! Helen _.Le 124--w&
Chamberlain's JSalve for diseases of the athletic field is modern, the experimental 11O, for taxes levied and collected for 1-4 Ci 19 I' 4 3VK, f. _...OrL.ue: City '" L ":ae. s irs:
skin. the year I'M as per Sec. 3;, Chapter 4115 10 4104VB: .,,:_4_.aMlL.| t .....'-an-re City: ..?!' t.t-: ) aAv! a It, r BEACH BEACHResort. :
One bottle of each of these five farm is as modern as can be awsof Florida. .... 2 1 earl L237P .._Ne\v .'-rnyrna-\rl :I Oar,!O>1'1' tIC

preparations Collected in AmL
found anywhere, considering the timeit yet to 11 !1i5si i" _.___oak Hill_| 2 :I'ftli! 3 40s81
costs but $1.23.; For tale by 1'1- may 1907 be collated d I 111.: .JI!I_ .1 I-': -r....._...__TIlII'\"ilIt"--.I..v1::::. '_ tI'2'; b"AtI
tusville Pharmacy. has been established, and altogether Co. rev gen. fund _____* 47561 $ 41t62.28 i It 11'111.: 5 :,1VI1:.._. ... -'.nf.M __ _", '.' 11 ".,ji': !' 6 ::"."
there is a general air of neatnessand School fund____----____ 65.<4 6.91721 O 2If G :J'.2: 1 :;, t.. ___...= : r. l -..--_--. \r _5 t luad and bridge fund... 25.30 977.37 I 11 ,.:-v; 3::nl.v.1'ltu\.Hle\r. i: >'f.3: <..-i/
Shipping Pineapples. f:)
system Fine and forfeiture lund 23 is 24'.15: t_: ':J a :.cxt __._Cocoa -.L\ '' 1 17w 2 JSai r 1
Sun. Spec road fund dbt.2. 4177 431.71 lZ 3'-1, .. -II'x'kte'txe_ l1i?*'! 2 true 3rh ..
: -
(Tropical ) 1v A. Edwards, members of the firm ..
.. .. .. ''
3._. 27415; 1, ;51.21' 1 OI'AII, 2P"1' tAn 124JPW 1I'w (-
The pineapple season is now in full of Walter & Edwards Columbia, S. C., .. .. .. 4... 6740 57ti..V.perial t ( I 1 htvn: I ::;.7'.___Melbourne_ 12 32vtt! I :;;;It :3 ft
,.' __' hl\.itial1._ '
t ;'j 511i>>1 11 Ti U -aspr i
t blast, and carloads of the delicious the supervising architects of the Boardof < tax school di"t.l. 3!I.t! 3..1.f.:1 ; :; 2 4'A"I 5 5195' "' w.._:ot.l.ude__ 19 :>".,w U l'10 '-\JiI
Pulls (school fund)______ 3UOO 2ti.1.IO .c. IJ"t't' 6 U1' "__Fort 1'iercv-_. Ww 11 V>Tl Z
i ; efruit are going forward daily. Sonic Control who designed the present o a ,a 5PR IDIII, -. ....._Tibt.alls.-.-" 10 18t 1I1<*
S buildings left Gainesville for Total. Tuesday -
foreign shipments have already been _.__........Jensen.--_ O *
i A. A. STEWART, SPH CJ :; ev 6 f2 :: :: IU'ni: ; ll'Ua; -*
his home after attending to business .lll" 65M' ___ ;;tUllrt _._. ID ("if 111.:.'Ml a J
some -4
t forwarded and the indications are that [ +eal1] Clerk CinuiU'ourt 4 72.r .. iiobervand..._._ 9 :, .*. i". j-m .>:
quite an increase will be made this matters here in connection with tI'1 4 ::;;11 .40... .. ...._. lest JUI.hl'r._._ 1.1111 1P''a' ; rjW
41 4d 5 1.11.... II r- : -_Rrt I'rtin IIt'11rll___._ N 8 I7i JI 9 :' MJ
the amount exported in former the Unh'ersity.Ir.. Edwards states A Dangerous Deadlockthat __ < 0 C
over nton CJtv
year 5 4'te. 8 it-s 1.. :, > !) : V
Q) .. ; :
{ that he will immediately begin the sometimes terminates fatally i is tht.tnppat .' 3 t7 SV; R1w S ::
w ; :
f years. : 6 tsaa .91 .t == :pt- uder+-.rd:;==: 1 'Tai T. "
Notwithstanding the extreme drouth preparation of plans for three of the :- ; :: > m liver and uo vel fnnetlonTo :". ..;** s v x =_:.....-_ nia.:=- =_" lJI! ; .i O =
.. :
I I Il'lit-kl end this l'lm.lilionitlltll1t -J l' :.11 is ::' Ha; .idalf..-.._ 7 l.II"! : :? ;l
this spring, the fruit is coming on new college buildings, which will be .li!'a:.:reeahle s-ensition->r. KingV New ttfi ..:.e 102.' \ "HU_XemoD qty_ .. 644 ;.,: r. 2O
\ .. :::
"UJ r> =* Ar .Mlaml..1.vI 6:7
fine and the ready in the course of a few weeks for Life Pit: s-honld alwii1be; tour rernedj.Jii.iranteed '. .
strong, quality being excellent S I t Miami ___ + \r a v 1,
I t-ti No country in the world can the inspection and approval of the I abolnlvhatifactorv} in \' _----!t> :G"I : !.:.Z Ar-;.""!"--:Itome-teed._ I ..::=-::Lr':: :: : 12 pwjiatir .
ry case or money back at Titu-nlie! I'lwr-
produce a pineapple of the delicious Board of Control, as soon as possible inarr. 2ocThecreen except MiDday. .

Si flavor, and splendid carrying qualities after the work of construction will be- ... So.l 1 O.lG. : I. ".. 1\0. .
So.11"aU No.17 So.b Dailyn.ri: No. :'Q o._
'aid kL.
equal to that grown on the Florida gin.1Tnder favorable conditions, br.jrof KsnAignp.amany great ,aDaily ,*:xP)' ilyw DailySi1I'tti'r, 1.1.CII [ x. :,Dail'. II&ilj Daily II"nilIy

i'' '' East Coast, and the growing and marketing there being no difficulty in securing specnlator- the wheat pit a la.t-; ,I : u'I.j i I n.1 ODIF
, labor material ill:_ nt of this fruit is only in its in- and the throe buildings :. :.-r,.i ,.ira; I.s=a_> *?!Il. 0>*s YI.T_.::" ,. Jr kaonville._.Ar 6 r.";\I" :ar 1: 5:1t ,.3'11! t i9 V
.1 1 should be completed within eight Ancient Rome :1ut'-rn2.,5tw\ .---*:: 4v 10 :;:-,. .\_.IhttdIleach._.Ar6Mr:. '+ l" .w 1..5 gr .a.
? fancy. Home consumption is .. .
increasing .
_ .i ir': ; :!!. u'3- 41! -IH.I.\--AtlI, ;, ;;irBcach..3r41 'I, ":. ,_ t'"", I.. ..
f : by leaps and bounds, and with the months. The material to be used will i i.= now merely a m"lIIoQ..r the past. ...:...o7:: _' -, ; :1I'C)0:: ) "I lIJJII.\r_..___51s.nrt. .............I_. .6USs5_ :_I I' i'wui(5' ":' '1FENIlis.l&R

1 establishment of facilities for exporting i lie brick and stone, the same as the ItalianSnow! Liniment i,.: the fancily
: the foreign market will be unlimited present buildings. century.
[ o-itive cure f,'r rheumatism burncut; -.
o1 ; suitable ventilated compartments This will not only mean a busy summer sprlirs. Iwnrtl; ia. etc. :Mr. (' II Ilnnon. : Close: CSBKCuoa- Made at i iar.i with Cteimsbifs of tfce P. & 0. S. S. Co.,..,.

1 ,t in the ocean liners, combined for Gainesville, but that at the \' :>tlIbtrt'I.; I..., write: "I 11:1r.t.,1 \"-
i% with the excellent foreign systems end of 13'IS> the University of Florida: SH<>\\ l Liiiimeiit tor T\H\ nll1atl"m .

will be grander and than and all pain I "';\II't"iv enough: in it< at Sid No Traaafere.T&c
adopted by the perishable fruit forwarding greater ever Discharge Passengers Ship's : .
4 prai t'. N)ld L1'1111.11.. 1'lrlll.1.CASTORIA'' .'.\':
' with Alditional --- --- -- -- --
transportation many ; changes.
companies -*Tfmr TaWem ; hnathrtitie'atwhtrht t-nin-'T.yl ealmct.1toarrive at at.d .I. art
. will assist in making the East Coast tiic a,\,'rI, :att'.n>, ti-T ;!:"! :.:. .. !".,. ;tI--a.-d Is not
Badly Mixed Up b tiiL-i "n.nytol-el .-.I: re-,-': ,1' '.'1' :" ,,' -'" :.,' c_ :
{ .:;.' Pineapple industry equal to banana I
t+ traffic of the United Fruit Company, Alirahain, Croon: of Winterton. X. Y., For Copy of the LOCAL 'I IML CARD or Other Information
I had a nary rvnurLa'ile exiierifucr..: lit' For Infants and Children.
the largest fruit shippers in the world I "
: "Iwtors got "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
I says badly m Jtt-.lllp or
i at the present time. me; one li"! ", :i
.t: Thousands of choice pineapple kidney trouble) : the fourth. bUxxl |poi*>n.
of lands and the fifth, stomach :\nlilin'r trouble: Bears theSignature d // "
are now available at low prices
but none of them III"I; me, Si) my \\ ifeadviM of eSoTirec'
; and to the man with a-family, and a : **] trjin: Electric: Ciders! whu'-h are

..1 small capital: no section of our country restoring me to jierfect: health. One IKH OF

can offer the practical inducements tle did l me: more wnol than all the five QUEEN
iWtorpresribed.L" (in.iranteed to cure
't that are to be found here. l'ood! poison, Wt'\knl'fi" and l all stomach, I t

' The pineapple is the home buy liter and kidney cnmpUmts by Tliiile!

and developer for as is Pharmacy 50c( It may be from overwork, but
customary on
i citrus lands, the pines are planted between the chances are its from an inactive Merchants & Miners\ Steamship Lines
For Over Sixty Years
' LIVER. -.
i the rows of orange, or grape-

fruit trees, and after the first ;year b- Mrs. Winslows' Soothing Syrup ha. With a well conducted LIVERone BETWEEN--
been use ol f<.r over sixty years by million!
9 gin to bring in an income that helpsto of mothers for their (rhiMren while teething .; can do mountains of labor: SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct

pay for the land, the clearing, and with prrfrrt sucrewIt smoothes the without fatigue. .

the care of the citrus trees during child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, and is the best remedy It adds a hundred per cent to Connections for--
their growth to bearing age. for diarrhoea. It will relieve the pair ones earning capacity.It .

little sufferer immediately. Sold bv drat New York
:: Washington and Boston.
can be kept in healthful action
A Happy Mother costs i in every part of the"world. Twenty ,

S4 1 will see that her baby is properly cared (five cents a bottle. lie rte and ask: fo r by, and only by

for-to do this good i is "Mrs. Win -l<)w'8 Soothing: syrup," and
:: : Through tickets on sale at
sarv. take no other knd.; Guaranteed under IIl'iJll'il'alpoilits.

and their mothers don't know it-if you the food and drugs act, June :nth, I'.OO! ) Accommodations and cuisine un.urpassede

baby is feverish and doesn't sleep at Serial number lOUS. T utt'sPilisTAKE SEND FOR BOOKLET.

; J r nights, it is troubled with worms. White'

c. ; Cream Vermifujre will clean out theses CA.STOn.A.. H. C. VERY Com'1 Ai Jacksoimlle.'
worms in a mild pleasant way. Once >Bean tie A H* Kin Yon Haw always Bflajfit ; .

tried always used. Give it a trial. Price Signature Y-.I-- J. C. WHITNEY 2d V. P. &: T.M., W. P. TURNER, P. T. M..

25 cents. Sold by Titaaville Pharmacy. of NO SUBSTITUTE. GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, MD.

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.the to Inspect Canal Zone. ,{ I .

Miss Gertrude Beeks secretary of .. .
"- the welfare department of the National '
Civic Federation left New York for CASTO'RIA
Colon under instructions from the war .
t LudwigPiano department and with the personal sanction t
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of President Roosevelt to Investigate V V
the housing/ food and amusements ,, For Infants and Children. ;t
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of the laborers In the canal zone. Here, ; ; : 1 r'
tofore the welfare work: of the Civic '
_ Federation has included many great in- ''fAilmBII- The Kind You Have kfi fj fjii
dustriec, but never the condition of ;
government employees. Miss Beeks is a V
.. Tennessee girl who has devoted her '" .. .=I" Always Bought : ,

time for several years ts:> welfare workin \tgdabte Prcparationfor As- ii
is preferred by those who are admittedly private industries. This Is said to be similatingteFoodandlleguiatitigtllvSlomaebsaMBoweIsd] -
one of the most important commissionsever Bears t
: the best judges of tone? The answer is awarded to a woman by the government the f[

Secretary Taft is chairmanof Ik.MS $ ITt 1: i Y t1 a [: 'Ji

= = easy. It is because everyone who has the committee of which Miss Beeks -.- Signature" -1
is secretary.U. .
: !' played the Ludwig knows that in it S. Medal For Heroine. Promotes Digestion.C erful- ; t
Miss Mary Guinan of MidJ'etown.! N. UfNOTNARCOTIC. i
is embodied OpnimMorphine nor Mineral.
artistic quality---that
every Y. who has just achieved distinctionas
the first in the to ;
S woman country
} it meets every demand of the expert required win the Roosevelt medal for bravery,
under the 19O5 act of to
congress promote
t ; for the truest' interpretation of security of travel upon railroads. I'fI llTSWl12P/1TBE1l
Ilt dtir '- \ :
has received the medal + :
accompaniedby .
: music-that it possesses that indescribable a personal letter from the pres'- .ILclon.4erar SJ ,
3 dent. Miss Guinan is a worker in a Jnd t I n.1\1BJw4
delicate charm which is diffi- shirt factory and the act for which the cedars. 1

medal was awarded occurred last December ,
; cult to analyze, but which is designated when she helped an old mm Use 1 .
from the track in front of an express
t by some musicians, who appreciate that train ant held him In the spice of Apcrfecf Remedy for Constipa
lion.Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea. I
three feet between two passing trains.

: it can correctly protray every varying :, Women In Finn:&h Parliament. WonnsCorrvulsionsFeverish-smdLOSSOFSu E For Over \
Woman have attained
emotion the "soul" of the
as Ludwig. I their aim in the grand duchy of Finland Tac Simile Signature of V
I as about twenty members of
I their sex were elected to the popular dLfrjtfZGZi Thirty YearsCASTO

afVV Sold by branch of the parliament at the recent NEW "YORK
election At its coming session for e
the first time women will sit on a planeof
Indian River equality with men in a national le;--
Islature. The electoral returns show RIA 0
that a larger proportion of registered
women than of registered men exercised EXACT COPYQT WRAPPEa.
; Music House
the voting privilege, and if they; ,1 r..e,CENTA..CO..".. "IW: YO"em.7VJNCfJ1JTLR.
had so chosen the female voters could 7r '
t have returned a majority of their own
sex to the popular chamber, but In
; Titusville most districts they preferred to vote

for men.

4,833,630 American Women Workers.

The census bureau has issued a re-

..., part on women workers based!' on the
returns in 1900 showing that out of a
total female population of : ,-t8.j.:oo9:; !
: if VICTOR above the ape of sixteen 433,fiSO were
() working at gainful callings The num- tLt .tL
r lt/ Talking Machines Supplies and ber had more than doubled In twenty
V. ,
years, and there was a notable increase C "
1 Records sold by the in t'. ? number of married women at +

work. Women were represented In ill Xi.yv, ,.
but nine of the; 303 breadwinning rc.cnpations v
V: Ij INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE The women were pilots on .-- Loaded Black Powder Shells

steam nulnmls: ten \\('-{, In;nci'is"!*.
t M..t ryi 1r j TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA thirty-one; briktiiitn seven t'unthJdlJr:-.. ..r4. Shoot Strong and Evenly,
forty \'(' lu-riicus and I n'I'1J a...
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' s "-" < :: \---j, twenty M\ >" r.mimfii : ,
;.'nu-n; fortv-three wire carriage and
-{ a #. Will Stand
hick drivers, six --Jui i-ai-iK'ntrrs and J Reloading
I, BUY PAINTS fROM THE MANUFACTURES.1CUM6 :I Ik two roofers and tlat'r.! aid 1VJ were f .r Ir

H ic'iwn'itliN and "i,0'" 'i::nhiiii:,;N. I / They Always Get The G .me. i

Fine Dinner For Hoboes. I IHr
i Ben t.. IJiitruMi president of tbeBrother'i'Hul 4\ ij' rv !
taJ Than to any other housein For Sate Everywhere. J
t \\"t'lf.tnJ'lation of
the World for 'I '.
first class, rhuaso; rave .1 bnquct to ninety ; \

high grade, best quality I full flcdccd trauipx for the avowed
Paints. Sold either ready I purpo of finding: out just whit these
men actually want The feast was
#: for use or in paste form, I lir t class 1 and f minded alcoholic l>eragns \.
to be thinned down. and cigars. The invited hoboes
V were a;,ke.1 to tell their life 'tori.-.
dIi Buy from the only *
j Eight Hours For Housewives. Dc not suffer
patntmanufacturinghouse .r >
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I in the +Ii '
country selling {)- '\'(>Il'rt't''nt ear till tlw\'C'a q >vJ1h severe ,
D- direct from mills to user. which! alwnrs! won great nppl:niw:i-:
All other Paint makers Ii "I believe! In an eight hour dn fir: tin
mattbut I want t<) see the mans w if1' when
depend on dealers for the sale of their paints. VV (1.'ip' as gKKl: :1h'! )\,"" as tlu in in''
That heavy and that II al.,. slid he had .t poor opinion of .
'i .' means one expense one profit .
the declaims for t'i,
mm wi) an h'
.1 cut out of our business. :
we ,
li">nr !TT for IiniMlf who tiot's 'I'lt
:! \ sell direct to the man that uses paint. tL.lli' vthms, It nil o' laving a "': .
You think that do well could t. T hour day for hi< wife'i '
: I: may you can as as we :1':1'Ve
do for if should certain brand of'
?9'' you, you try to buy a s !I
J paint that you thought well of direct from the manu i t i EXECUTIVE

; V facturer. But you would make a mistake. C THAO& MAf\W. {

: The manufacturer might take your money and sell German Trade Treaty ArrotncedPn Will Cure V
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'-i sort r.fo1t: his p'o-* i' :'' ::
you the paint, but he would take care to charge you as f Hi' ....IJu..ini1! of a -onmi<'!..". The liver is the main- pnn? f?r the :Thal;> t> MTo xp:. :
0 much for the paint as if you bought it from a dealer. lie rn'''">!f>nt l>etweu the rllit.- v t i iI. pootl health, one must keep the! liv.'r n g.r d o-? "' the dealer" I and Germany. mentioning tI!:.. !Ii i c a regulator is needed. Ilerb nt will p'H y:> ir MV r T condition
would on that extra profit, t!i "protect ,
put I-! should bo diach
: : "n which duties are lodri'il i.r': : you witl iL. a-.r frnrr '1e. y
We have no salesmen or agents to increase the cost I for (coare ion:; wade by the I.<

; of our paints to the consumer. !f; gDMrnuient, Th list fn lal l: V .. V '.' A POSITIVE! I CuKfc
i anis, most fr whwli ..nft',1 i Li: I.
the lowest
We quote to the man that uses the paint FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND
the. trade of the west v ':ir
and best price, reserving no margin to protect agents. 1 I(i Suits Against Coal Rocds.lie FEVERBILIOUSNESS, MLA!'!A

We pay freight.We : J: 1 | i\sneit Maunltied 'II! i1l .. I AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
gladly advise our customers about paints.Write i \art uent of jns,i'v to prep:::'o ,':-:' ..
cards and \'ice and blanks asaia-t HI' -.> ('.!lied i:it'i-i i'l' Has Doric A
for sample paint iF World Of Good, tLe:e will 'a' :.1.,1 1
showing how to measure houses to show the quantity of 'r the federal -.>urt at Pluladelplu ., '.e Mrs C. I). I'hill,y, Marble Falls, Texas. writes: 'I :.n.
paint required. cases" 1"IV"" a*.t .>f tie bn"' ::: '.j i II used Herbme and find it the bt ,t liver corrective T ht"'r
sAsk ;; COP im'...! |It%' the! interstate ('''iua''r i ilnveitiating 0' tried. It clono my family ts well myself a world of good,
any first class business house or any hank in Xew Orleans, or "C'mr.1i."ie.u. and I recommend it to all my Mencb. I never bulfcr from

the mercantile agencies if we are responsible. .: Japanese R.ts.I : litadathca:: anymore."
'" r"-I"'I1",' to the inquiry flf S I' "
1. R. McWilliams, Limited.Store 'f tin h: N>t. Cnn'I'ttorC-iiIf>th.r <':11.1':
Street. cu I'.s, sii' ) niitt d a rej">rt "JI1n'n.':!_ wifi Ballard Snow Liniment Co. '
.ti and Offices, 342 Camp :
'I HIt ret attack upon Jr':1lI' r.'s-
1135,1137,1139,1141 South Front Street. '" = N. Second St. ST. LOUIS A10.
Factories, tar'T iju FnniiMt*. T'!is, a:,ul 500 502 ,
.A New Orleans, Louisiana, .;- .,trw- (,iluial rt'lyrt vmhru Me inp -

: ESTABLISHED 1893. The oldest Paint manufacturing hou under south of Lounvil-e ; (<'.::e cf JaIlOr tro':bVs and had 1 little Sold and
1l ;. successful operation ore management j i. Recommended by
'n to do with the radii feeling, except in
V or St. Louis I.tE some details This subject is still

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75H 'ft o \ THE FLORIDA STAR 1 FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1907

.FRANK- LIPP-Pn.cticalShoemaker.. FortyTears tainlya blessing to those who wishto JAMES PBITCHABD,President. W.M.BBOWN,VIce-President. ,: "

1 '-.;done,nice experience! and cheap; all; also kind ladies'of, and repairing men's keep their children with them as I IatAuction WINSTON S.BRACKING. -

hoes nude to order. long as possible. Buy Hair :

LATEST COM There are Few Indian River ie Bank ;

people who know how to take care of
thl"mPelvethe; majority do not. The ?
: MS NOTES liver is a most important organ in the C01TNTY CEJOSITOR' 1.:1 i :
tody. Heroine will keep it in condition.V. Authorized Capital 1100,000; Paid-up Capital, t ,OOO; Average Deposits, 1200,000 'j
C. Simpkins, Alba, Texas, write: "I TRANSACTS A
Little Happenings That Help to lake have used Herbine for chills and fever At any rate, you seem to begetting
rA: and find it the best medicine I ever need.
I would not be without it. It is as good rid of it on auction-sale GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS ;
?_ Up the Weekly newspaper for children as it is for grownup people, principles: "going, going, :
and I recommend it. It is fine for la
!I" the auction -
1 COCOA grippe. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy. g-o-n-e Stop ILARGE&'T AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER '
with Ayer's Hair Vigor. It
"" Roy Trafford left last Saturday for EAU GALLIEMrs. certainly checks falling hair Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated.
-' Jacksonville, where he will enter ; Prompt service polite treatment and every favor consistentwith
'F Massey's Business college.Mr. Knox and family leave this no mistake about this. It acts conservative banking granted !
week for her home in Arkansas- medicine makes
as a regular ; CORRESPONDENTS:
T. Sanders visited his daughter -
Mrs. E. C. Johnson, for several Roy Scammell has charge of the the scalp healthy. Then you Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, New York City;The Atlantic National Bankof
days. Mr. Sanders can walk around Jno. F. Perry place at Horse Creek. must have healthy hair, for Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida

with the aid of a cane and is improving John Shave is visiting his old it's nature's way. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA..

A in health. home here. His friends are pleasedto The best kind of a testimonial .

t Mosquitoes are with us. As we see him again. "Sold for&.:(01.over.. aleCo-Lowett sixty years...".... E. L. BRADY & BRO., r

_' have been comparatively free from .Wm. T. Wells, of Melbourne, is Alao maaaLctarere or

them for some years, it is hard to get shipping large quantities of pines A-IOI1"1 ,. .9"' S.tASAAgI1LA.p1L1 s.. Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products.

used to them again. from his plantation on the east side r.'d V ce:tU pe olut- ,

; Col. Travis has purchased the Hus- of Indian river.Hodgson We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
g s in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write as for prices on
; ton automobile. Bros. store is now lightedby Grain and all Groceries.delivered at your station. E.L.BEADY&BRO..Tn esvxtl.s,Fla.S.J.icrn'ci .
from Shiloh to the wedding and help-
Several parties went to Oceanus on the radium system and is as
ed the Oak Hill start the bride
;: Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Al- bright as day and gives great satis- people "
and their wedding trip. :
i dridge and party expect to stay a faction. groom on ,

: week. Revival services at the Baptist Mrs. Nellie Wing and children and Groceries Hay, Ldiz'eeofalIKInd: I
Mr. and Mrs. A.0. Lapham moved church this week and great interest spent last week with Mrs. E. S. Cou- Staple Fancy I ; I ,

; into their new home this week. shown. tant and left Wednesday for their VEGETABLES SPECIALTY
home in Bayard.Mr. .
An Egyptian palmist spent last Redstone & Son are home this Titusville: i : Florida.rrrrrrerrsirs. : .
week in town. week waiting for lumber for their W. C. Howes went to Pompano -

; The condition of the roads in the latest contract on the Banana river.C. Sunday to look after his pineap- J, rr-r#=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=J
ple interests there.
: vicinity of Cocoa need some attention. J. Young has some fine ripe

:E 1 They are entirely too narrow now peaches of exceptional quality. Miss Cornelia Magruder Miss TITUSVILLE BOAT CO.

that automobiles are traveling them. Alex Near spent Sunday in his old Clementine Singleton/of Rockledge,

After there is an accident,there will home. He reports his well contractat are the guests of Mr. H.J.Magruder.Mr. Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers

4 ; ; be a rush to widen the road. Melbourne as being well advanced.Six and Mrs.: L. Singleton, of St.
for Augustine, spent Sunday with their Marine: Railwva: r
A. Z. Dixon has the contract members ,
or seven new were
It building Si breakwater and widening added to the roll of the E. G. Y. brother, Mr. C. H. Foy. Launches carefully stored for the summer months ;
Miss A. B. and Mr. Coleman
the road across his place. club at their last meeting. Commodore Curry
r-rr-rr Jr-err-r-rr J(=.rcl-st-rr Jr=rrr-r-Jr=:J
-.. The Cocoa House is having the Carr is now in West Virginia Williams returned from Pompano

verandahs removed. The building and.will visit Jamestown before his Friday, the pineapple crop being

will be moved near the corner of the return this fall.J.T.Snell small,owing to the continued droughtof Jas. Pritchard & Son

lot before the new addition is put on. while at Lake Washington this winter and spring. Titusville, Fla.

business with \.1 frmtf<11'''' .C,. Courant, TUT iur. B. LeeCoutant ,
; combining pleasure Agents for the
kI / Do Not Neglect the Children
and Harold left for Stuart

:;';f: At this looseness season of of the a year child's the first bowels unnatural pounds, caught of trout about there last five week hundred with Palm Beach and Pompano last Wed, Original T. & M Reversible I

should have immediate attention. The hook and line. nesday. Mr. Julius Young, of Day-
j? best thing:that can be given is Chamberlain's tona, takes his place at the station MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES
: Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem. The rains of the past few days are
:- while he is away. tf Thoroughly; covered by patents
:. : edy followed by castor oil as directed putting some water in the Eau Gal- t'
with each bottle of the remedy. For sale Mr. and Mrs.W. L. Howes returned tip The Engine that Runs Without Repairs
0 lieLakeVashington canal. This
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r .; ;0, canal is not yet completed but as it from their trip Saturday and Mrs. These motors are safe and reliable and

...j.l'GEORGIANA now is it will remove considerablewater Howes will remain with her mother can be operated by alcohol or kerosene

t '',1.---11' ; Mr. and Mrs. Thorn and baby and from the flat woods. during Capt. Coutant's absence. with as good re -u1ts as by using gasoline

.r Clayton and Ernest McCulloughwent
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John Bruner and Winnie Dixon spent
G Grp TonightIf south in their launch in
{ ., Saturday and Sunday on the beach. com-
s yon would enjoy tomorrow take pany with Capt. Coutant and expectto NEW CASH GROCERY STOREA I
i t :; ::' A company of dogs, three or four Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. invest in pineapple land. _
:'::* in number,are making regular nightly tonight. They produce agreeable laxative
a effect, dear the head and cleanse the Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Creighton and FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.HAY .
: + raids in Georgiana. This has been stomach. Price 25 cents. Samples free GRAIN, FRESH FRlTrs AND VEGETABLESWV ;
daughter, Miss Louise and also Miss
; k fi. goingon for some-time, but no serious at Titusville Pharmacy. buy as! low as possible; and sell for caMi! : therefore sell the Chl'81It"st.
Pattie Howes left the morning of
i i damage has been done until lately Look over our tock and get our prices Ill' buying.
SHILOHMr. June 4th for Baltimore. Miss Howes C.ofl t'rIain: and Hopkins streets .
p when they have begun attacking
chicken coops. They have been seen J. E. Pattillo returned to Os- will go on to Massachusetts for the G- EJ:. HEATH c*3 CO.,

t ; .-I' once or twice, going toward the teen Saturday.Mr. summer, after a week's visit in Bal TlTt"=--YII.I..1FLoHID.: .\.

Manna Bennet went to Hawks timore.Mr. .
:; north.end of town, on the river road.
.:; It looks as if something would have Park Monday, where he is puttingin Percy M. Peteel returned r='=, -=I=r'r='=r=Jr=J=r=J==r=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=J=

to be done if we are to have any a stock of goods in his new store Tuesday from Greenville, where he ii J G. C. Matthams. President T. V. Moore Secretary I
I S ,- chickens. at that place. His brother Horace has been engaged in loading and ship- E. P. Porcher Crutchfield & Woolfolk
ID General'Agent F. O. B. and in Transit Sales Agents
went with him. ping his saw mill to this place and I
t Carl Wittfeld took his boat around
i Mrs. Lillian Britton left Saturdayfor we hope to hear the mill whistle be-
the island last week and attended a h Indian River aildLake forth I
i, dance at Artesia. A. B. Carter and Minis, after spending week visiting fore many days.
t ; her friends at this place.
daughters,Misses Margaret and Rose many Call for Bids

and Miss Mary Wittfeld also attend- Miss Titusville Mayme, where Taylor she left will Saturdayfor visit a Sealed bids will be received by the Pineapple Growers' Ass'nTO
ed the dance.
i :i undersigned up to noon of Monday,
few weeks with Mrs. Collin Spell.
June 17,1907, for the following work.
/;: Guy Munson took Dr. Wittfeld TO SHIPPERS
Miss Mayme Taylor gave quite an Building an addition to school
_' ', across to Mr. Paxton's the Clement last evening No. 6 Titusville Fla. Wires in Tuesday reported sales on 14 cars. The net results were:
enjoyable party Friday building ,
;1 F :.,' launch last Thursday. Building an addition to school LI On 42s SL12 to U5; 36s S1.57 to S1.71; 24s and 30s$1.80 to $2.02
farewell for her friend
., as a party ,
and $2.25 these being the nets to shipper above all
No. 101 Titusville Fla. up ,
Mrs. F. M. Pierce, Mr. Peter WittI building ,
Mrs. Britton. A very pleasant time Plans and specifications filed Markets are active for fine well packed 24s and 30s. We find 36s j
,; feld and Dr. Chambers have begun was passed with games, music, etc. with the superintendent of public instruction are dragging and 42s lower, we do not get quotations on 48s from

shipping pines. Orders are begin and can be seen by callingat many markets and our sales on these, too, range from 67 to 81c. net ,
0 : ning to come in for guavas. Theywill Colic and Diarrhoea his office. The board reserves the !ill We are handling a far larger share of the total shipments than we I J

bring a good price this year. Pain* in the ttomach, colic and diarrhoea right to reject any and all bids. lill! had anticipated and are making records on promptness and net results. -
are quickly relieved! by the use of JOHN R. WALKER, 0'' We cannot handle any fruit smaller than well packed 48s and
Mr. Frank Allen, of Cocoa, spent Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Rem Pub. Instruction.STATE [ not in position to handle ripes and culls. There is no indication i
Supt. ,
.. Sunday with the family of P. H. edy. For sale by Titusville Pharmacy. L l:any lower prices on fine 24s and 30s we anticipate reaction on 3ferr

i :. Wittfeld. ,OF OHIO. 'ITOF TOLEDO, J M. fire J= =3rir=ir=r r Jr=J r_=Jr.Jr_ =Jc=CGA
? John Brown has been at work LUCAS COUNTY. \r
FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he is
Oak Hill's first church
screening the Provost house, enclosing weddingtook '
'"" thfseniorpartnerofibelirniof t. J ("II EXEy \ / / f{ //I v"V'! 1\ //lff\J'! flit 1411/ 1
place Monday night, June 3rd, business in the of T..It-dn. I' r'r'ratrrtrrrrra 'rrttrrtr'r
the porch so Master Breese can :fc Co. doing city tc> ;111'111'1"1'111'111 rr
county and state aforesaid and that said firm t
: at 8:30, when Miss Jeannette R.Cou- tr
have to frolic in.
more room will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for
tant and Mr. W. L. Howes were I each and every case of catarrh that cannot be

.t. home Dawley Rhode received Island,from some her white old united in marriage by the Rev. H. H. 'cured by the usewf HALL'S FRANK CATARRH J. CHENEY.: CTRK, The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. : {

: Jones, of New Smyrna, Miss Ulla I' Sworn to before me and subwribcil in my
i and purple lilacs that were so fresh presence this 6th day of December.A.D.1Swi.
Dohn, also of New Smyrna, as or- .
and fragrant that some of our good
ganist. Mr. and Mrs. Howes lefton { A. W. CJLEASOX.
i people were almost homesick, so viv- Notary Public. ti
the night train for a week's trip, is taken and
Hall's Catarrh Cure internally
idly did they bring back the "days !
Wood and surfaces
acts directly the niucous
and in
July they will to Ocala,
go of the Send for testimonials free.F. .
i that are no more. They came by system.
which will be their home for a few J. CHENEY & CO.,Toledo.Ohio. and Metal
mail, but were carefully packed and -- -- ,---- Plumbing Work
f years. Mrs. M. A. Wishart and
carried wonderfully well. ENNIS & FORT
daughter Miss Laura Norwood, of
Mrs. Jane Taylor returned Satur Ocala Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Howes BUILDERS' PAINTS &
t ; 5!Si! 5iS!! HARDWARE OILS
her visit with Mrs. Naylor
day from ,
and little son, Miss Ulla Dohn and Blacksmitbing and Repair Work
at Bonaventure. Messrs. J. D. R. Davis
4 Sinclair C. ,
f Fritz Ulrich has been selling some C. Christiancy, Carl Noble and B. Agricultural Implements

r j 4 very fine watermelons the past week. Le Coutant were among the out of TITUSVILLE, FLA.

s Georgiana folks are rejoiced to town guests at the wedding. Mr. Wagons made and repaired. Horse Shoeinga SANFORD, FLORIDA
specialty. Work from any part of Indian
]know that Prof. Wakefield will again and Mrs. J. A. Taylor and family, : River or anywhere in the county will receiveour

"' 1./, have charge of the Cocoa schools. A Mr. and"Mrs. J. Mosbey and fam- careful attention. We stand the freight;
; .one way and guarantee to give you satisfaoItion. I y.WM WMW"m.WNMI..WmmMWNJf.y
goodltigh school so near home is cer- ily and Mrs. J. B. Cooper came upi t Send us your work.

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