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 21, 1907


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


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

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


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:D.oINUSOF THE Schloss Bros.- Clothing GOSSIP
4 There are, perhaps, people in Ti- ; B
tusville who never heard of this firm, AT KLINE'SBargains I r>
} PRESENT 1M Dozens of brand new models here there are, perhaps, others who do AND PERSONALS <
for spring and summer wear-the not know that- la Every Department

.4 fresh, crisp, clean-cut styles that you I'I. j JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
Pungent Notes Pertaining to Events ''I.often see in fashion pictures,but sel- have a well selected stock of dry I I MONDAY,JUNE 24,1907. Something About the People of Titus- b in
dom really find. ;goods, notions, millinery, clothing, I 90-inch white linen, especially good vine as They Come and Go .
Transpiring About Town We have them all find them for ladies'suits worth ;
I I ; you ladies' and men's furnishings, hard-I $1.50 per yard,
A cool drink'at a cool place at here with the new long lapels the ware, furniture, etc. This last are I special on Monday $1.00. A cool drink at a cool place atlANDY'S. ,
semi-military ventless back, Ladies' ready made drawers, madeof
I .
I MANDY'S.Mrs. collars and I 1
ting shapely clOse-fit-1 an (excellent quality of lonsdale
Deisner has had new fencing I In fact you'll find we have JOHN R. WALKER & CO. I with large ruffle and tucks, special I Mr. A. P. Gruber is now filling a t t

.built in front of her property this i that's considered good style. are especially interested in and we I 29 cents per pair. position with the new Banner Drug F
You are cordially invited to look j respectfully request an inspection, i White embroidered wash belts with Store.
week.A over these new things at your leisure; : we feel thatJOHN i pearl buckles, special 29 cents each, 1
second-hand Caligraph typewriter ; take as long as you want to do it- R. WALKER & CO. all sizes. Rev. J. S. Geiger, of Eau Gallie, .

for sale. Inquire at THE STAR we're only too glad to have you com- can save you money if you will let I Dixie mosquito bars, extra large paid THE STAR office a pleasant call 'It

office. pare our goods with others. Our l them figure on your whole want size with brass frame, special $1.79 last Saturday while in town. ,
suits are priced all the from each.
way list. We can sell you groceries too. Mrs. C. A
to Krulder has been
Advices from St. Augustine are attending -
$8.50 to $20.00. We can fit any fig- We know that- Also one lot with turnover frame I
; the effect that Mr. Collins is steadily ure and any pocketbook.See JOHN R. WALKER & CO. for three-quarter beds, made of an the special revival services i
. 4. improving since he went to the our new spring and summer excellent quality of netting at $1.19 at Eau Gallie this week until Wednesday -
will their best effort to please'you
furnishings. each. j
Ancient City. serving as organist.Mr. .
JOHN R. WALKER & CO. Ladies' nightgowns with two rows
:Miss Susie Gladwin expects to leavein WINSTON S. BRANNING Titusville, Fla. of insertion and hemstitched tucks, R. R. Pyles has accepted a position

a few days to spend the summerin Titusville, Florida. The Department Store special 59 cents each. with Mr. W. C. Middleton, at
------------ --------- cambric wide excellent
New York city, where her brotheris The Department Store White yard Hastings, and will enter upon his
The Vanderbilt Cup Race quality, special 12 1-2 cents per duties
now located. The Department Store new the first of the coming
Major A. B. Foster, president of *ard.Colgate's. month.
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Rice and baby and Mas-
Mrs. S. E. the Florida East Coast Automobile talcum powder, in cash-

ter, Clark Rice, also Mrs. R's.father, association, Asa Paine, ex-president, LATEST NEWS mere bouquet 'or violet, usually sells Letters received from Perth Am- '
Mr. Clark, left yesterday for Anderson and Geo. E. Sebring, vice-president, for a quarter, Monday 17 cents per boy, N. J., state the arrival of Mr. ;

S. C., to spend the summer until of the same organization are now box. and Mrs. Sondergaarde, and that '
White china silk 24 inches
York and the three
in New gentlemen -
t Sept. 15th. will make a united effort to special 49 cents per yard. I the latter stood the trip as well as

The auxiliary sharpie Eureka was bring the Vanderbilt cup race to the Remnants in embroidery, we have i could be expected.Dr. .

launched yesterday by the Titusville Ormond-Daytona beach. Just what Personal Paragraphs About People that almost any width you wish running Hughlett, of Cocoa, was called
from two to six yard lengths, prices
Boat company, and Capt. John Good- success they will achieve in the mat- Travel Here and There less than cost.Ladies' Tuesday in consultation with Dr.
make trips to ter is to be determined but knowingones H. G. Utley in the case of Miss Lol- s
win expects td regular oxfords, we will place on
say that there is a good prospectof The celebrated Plant Juice Remedies -
Clifton with her. bringing this world-wide eventto are for sale by C. Collins. sale about$1,000 to $1,200 worth of lie Penney, who was taken ill Sunday
In times entirely new styles, some in golden with a bilious attack.
Florida. the u
Capt. Henry Wilson, of Canaveral, says Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on brown, black, patent leathers, vici
came over with Capt. Fischer Tues- Daytona Gazette-News, there has Sunday at Titusville at 11 a, m., and and gun metal, prices ranging from Mr. Geo. B. Hall, of Sebastian,
been accidents in the for
day and met his granddaughter, Miss the reason many that it has been conductedon race at Oak Hill at 3 p. m. $2.00 to $3.50. has been visiting his father an ".

Grace Ranson, of St. Augustine,who a highway course. With the race Do you want varnish or stains? Dress ginghams, we have just received mother, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hall, of

accompanied him home yesterday for I on the ocean beach all danger wouldbe If so, get Masury's. See ad. of East about fifty entirely new de- i this place,accompanied by Mrs. Hall,
eliminated and much faster time Coast Lumber&Supply Co.on page 4 signs and they are certainly hand- I returned home Wednesday.Miss .
,. a visit. would be made. some, colors guaranteed fast, 12 K j:
The cool northeast breezes this Closed season for bottom fish, but cents per yard. i Fannie Sams arrived Tues- '

':j' week have made this part of June New Drug Store'Opening quite being a caught large with amount hand of trout lines and are of Mail the above orders goods.promptly filled on any day from New Smyrna, where she

a most thoroughly enjoyable of our trolling. visited several days following the
The Banner Drug Store formally JULIUS KLINE, Titusville.
1 months. This was a most 'Phone No. 8. commencement exercises at St. Jos-
summer opened for business yesterday although The Titusville baseball club wentto

pleasant following to the really hot their large soda fountain has Cocoa yesterday and played the ------ eph's academy, St. Augustine.

wave of last week. not yet arrived and their stock is not team at that place a very close and Killed By the Train at AurantiaA Capt. Geo. G. Gleason, of St. Au-
exciting The score stood
Attention is called to the big display yet complete. Dr. Spell will have game. gustine, was a passenger on the
j 9 to 8 in favor of Cocoa. white man by the name of Warren l
ad.of the Fay.Sholestype\\Titer, charge of the prescription depart- Work commenced this week F. Leonhard was killed! by south- southbound train Wednesday to Mel-

on page 6 this week. A sample ma- ment until Pharmacist Hardin ar- grading was First avenue from South bound train No. 35 Saturday night. bourne, where one of the canal com _

chine of this make can be seen at THE rives. This firm believes in adver- street to the town limits, along the l The body. was discovered on the westside pany's dredges is to do some dredg-

STAR office, which is an up-to-date tising and we call special attention to properties of Messrs. Robbins, of the track by the train crew ing in Crane creek.

writing machine in every respect. their opening announcement this paratory Pritchard, Nelson marling, Nolle the same., etc., pre- of Sunday freight morning.train No.They 204,reported northbound the, Mr. L. A. Brady purchased this !

. Mrs. J. P. Turner, of New Smyr: week on page 5. We wish them sue fact to Section Foreman T. T. Tyn-; week the fine river front lot in frontof

na, grand worthy matron of the Or- cess,in their new busfness. Mr. Geo. A. Reed and- mother left dall, who sent word to town and remained his home in South Titusville. This
Sunday for Worcester, Mass., stop-
with the body until the coroner
of Eastern Star here Tuesday will assure him unobstructed view of
der was St. and
ping at Daytona, Augustine Dr. B. R. Wilson, arrived.
f and Wednesday to meet with Dance. at SunbeamMr. other points en route. Mr.Reed expects The evidence goes to show that the the river and access thereto from his
and Mrs. Robbins dance to return in October when he and he will also this
Friendship Chapter, and while here gave a man was lying on or near the track place improve
entertained by Mrs. G. M. Rob- Wednesday night at their place at will probably open a law office in and that when the southbound train piece of property.
was Sunbeam, and everybody reported a I Daytona with Mr. Geo. M. Robbins, approached him he probably raised
I fine time. Splendid music was of this place. I Work will begin very soon on the
bins.Mr. rendered : his: head up and was struck by the
' and Mrs. J. B. Allen, of In- by the musicbox and a talking We learn that Miss Hattie Wilkinson piston or the piston pin of the engine, drainage assessment lists under the

dianola, and Mrs. Hulbert, of Chattanooga machine. of Hypoluxo, formerly of Rock- which inflicted a fatal blow to the amended law. The drainage district
and Miss Halfern, of Mer- The night was warm but the dancer ledge, will be married next week to skull, his hat showing where the I includes practically all of Dadecoun-
I Thursday last were refreshed by ice water and some Mr. J. M. Brown, of Dade county, blow had struck him and his head i
ritts Island, spent delicious and refreshments ty a large strip of Lee, with sections
grape juice turned around to the south
with Mr. and Mrs. C.J. F. at the residence of the bride's par- j DeSoto and
of St. O ceola
week consisting of ice cream, fancy ents, in Hypoluxo. Miss Hattie's from where his body laid before be- Lucie
} Campbell, at Melbourne Beach, and cakes and home made candies were Indian river friends will tender ing struck. I Monroe counties.We .
l I had a very pleasant time. served during the dances. The guests hearty congratulations.Cards The man was identified by a letter call attention to the fire insurance
i enjoyed a straw ride out to the house written to him by his niece Hazel F. I
Prof. Rapport,the Egyptian palmist card of 0. A. Stewart this
t and the company was divided into have been received announc- Leonhard of Taunton, Mass., which
i who has been located here since two parties. In the first wagon was ing the marriage of Miss Edith Crabb was found in his clothing,and he had week on page 4. Mr. Stewart represents -

Thursday of last week, reports doinga Mrs. Scobie, Mrs. Wilson, Misses and Mr. Chas. Walter Edwards, the sum of $l1.oon his: person. I some of the best companies
f Helen Wilson and Merle Scobie, Mas which will occur in Jacksonville next Deceased about 38 of
here was
satisfactory business years in the world and you will make no
very tersRyals Wager, Charlie Walker Tuesday, June 25th, in First Chris- I 1
and it is presumed had been to
been patronized by a number I age mistake in entrusting him with the
t. having
and Richard Robbins. In the second tian church. Miss Crabb is well work for C. H. Munch, at Jensen, as I
i of our leading citizens. He expects wagon, which, made two trips, were known to many in Titusville, which the letter was addressed in care of j writing of jour policies. '
to leave next Monday for Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Pritchard, Mr was her former home, and her many Mr. Munch. 1
i Mr. T. Hall of Indianola,
and and Mrs. Geo. Scobie, Mrs. Fred friends:here will tender hearty con- The,body was given! proper burial 1 i : spent.
A. A. Stewart daughters, iseveral
Titu5vHle last weekon
:,: Scobie, Misses i Ethel Wilson, Frankie! gratulations. near Aurantia after the coroner's inquest days
Misses Kate-- and Frankie arrived and handle Stewart, Alaoel Reynolds, I had been held, which returned his way to and from Jacksonville,
home last Friday afternoon from St. Annie Morgan, Susie Gladwin, FfRXITUKE, DUY GOODS: SIIOKSMen's ; verdict that the deceased was i and while here purchased; a fine Sim-

j Augustine, where Mrs. Stewart and Messrs. C. H. Walton, I. F. Spencer, and boys'2 pc. Bathing Suits: I struck on the head by a train on the plex piano player and stock of music

t r Miss Kate went last week to attend Frank Skill, Ralph Haile, James 1'ifct Embroidery Cardfancy Shirtwaist and ievrs Patterns F. E. C. railroad while asleep on the : rolls for from the Indian River
Pritchett, G. L. Mandaville, Rufus Matting Rugs arid just in I track of said railroad and by said >! sa/ne
' of St.
the commencement exercises Robbins, Roy Osban. Mrs. H. G. Wall Paver in stuck and ordered train his skull was fractured, there- Music House Mr. Hall bought hereof
, Joseph's academy, Miss Frankie having Utley; and her cousin, Miss DeWitt, Cha .\. tiardntr '('hmlt!34 by causing his death. W. S. Nor- \ thoroughly inspecting the music

i graduated from that institution were among the guests present. Store closed every Thursday:oo wood, foreman: J. M. Osban J. L.Iobley I houses of Jacksonville. No doubthe

:\ Ed. E. Knox, R. W. Joyner, :
this term. will be able to furnish music for
"Down the Line"
Kline's Summer Suits of MeritIs F. L. Skill, jurors. I I
.. Mr. W. D. Carter, superintendent factor in choiceof If they will allow you to drink at I -- -- i the dances at the Indianola club
of the palmetto extract factory at quality a your all, why don't you send an order to I house with this player. This music
I a suit? Does its fit and finish interest The Novelty Store is offering
; "' Port Orange, was here the first of you? Would you like the your old friend, J. D. Crabb Co., I 3 papers of pins for 10 cents 'I'|i house reports its business thus far

. the week. He expects to start up smartest patterns of fabrics? These Box 702, Jacksonville, Fla? I 3 spools: of thread for 10 cents I l for 1907 as far exceeding any like

' C3 work at the factory here as soon as virtues must be embodied in the 3 spools of darning cotton 10 cents: period in former years.
of roots is secured to warrant -I clothes we sell or we would not han- For Sale 3 packages of envelopes 10 cents T "" "
supply I I'I'I
i a
It is also dle them at all. Unless they appealto One good family horse and light 3 lead pencils 10 cents I :Mare For Sale
the plant being run. like thousands of oth- 3 cakes of toilet 10 cents !
1 you, we are single and harnesss. Price soap
wagon and gentle. Apply to
possible that the plant at Port Or- clothiers far Or all these articles for 50 cents !i Good, young
1 I'er as as you are concerned $140.00. Address G., care STAR Ti- i Box 56, Cocoa.
here and merged clothiers. If have
ange will be moved -just you tusville, Fla. --- -------
into one as soon as sufficient suppliesof :never bought a suit from us,, try us. I I i Bargains
You can get your money back if not FOU SALE CHEAP FOR CASH.
palmetto roots can be arranged I Orange Boxes I Closing out my stock of millinery
satisfied.JULIUS About 88 acres of :rood high land on at cost. Mrs. C. A. KRULDER.
.[ for. KLINE, Titusville. the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat We are prepared to furnish strictly -
, Engines For Sale I 'Phone No. 8. the Narrows,described as follows: LotNo. first class orange boxes at very Draying
3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section low prices. Write us before placing I
Two 8 h. p. double cylinder, four Gun Repair Works and Sail Loft 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. your order. We have an elegant line Draying or hauling of all kinds prompt.
... cycle Peninsular motors. New and This land is unimproved bat finely lo- ly attended to. Meets all traIns. Stove
of also cement coated nails.
i I in first class order. Will be sold All work guaranteed. Guns stock- cated. For further particulars address wraps, I Hood for sale at all times.
and shot rebored.H. .
low. G. F. PADDISON, ed guns E. M. Lew, t
: very Eau Gallie, Fla. BENECKE, Titusville, Fla. Brockton,Mass. Eau Gallie, Fla.I 1 I Titusville, Fla.Z .


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; : ilas, ex-president of Guatemala,have Kansas Wants Field Workers. mffbanicalskiIJ and reliability

:;; I FOREIGN j : after two days' trial been sentenced to The free employment bureau of Kansas spark They ignitionautomohiletypee are four cycle, jump. i j

p \ death. Mora confessed that he was has i issued a call for 19,578 men mt'chanical"alvt'S., float feed

I instigated by General Lima, aid to and 3.400 teams from outside the state carburetor enclosed crank case, _
Wine Growers Worry France. President Cabrera of Guatemala, who to assist In the harvesting of the biggrain bronzed steam forged crank shaft and

$ The opposition of the wine growersin gave him $:ffl to kill Barrillas.! i crop now officially estimated fewest number bearings. Have the
: parts
the south of France to the output of
Japanese Minority Bellicose. The harvest band rate of a cent a. mileIs consistent with a perfect operating .
;- : cheap, adulterated stuff sold as wine Viscount Tani, leader of the opposition again !In vogue from all points where motor and many other t
i *' ... by wealthy corporations in the north exclusive features found only in the Regal t
< in the house of peers at Tokyo. the bureau has a representative

# of startling France turn has with taken the a a<> ive new assistance aud- and Count Okuma, the retired bead ofthe Brewery Workers Expelled THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT

4 of the municipal offiails in the progressive party in Japan have President! Gompers of the American Made in three tY t'1'.lI.3 and 5 II. P. single cylinder; 8 to 15 11. f
been in certain opposition newspapers P. double] cylinder 30 11.P.
b ; principal cities of the wine growing- quoted Federation of Labor has revoked the ; four cylinderWe

tion. 'The mayors and councilmen have as taking a decidedly unfriendly charter of the International Union of also manufacture a line of heavy slow speed, working engines
} 'mot resigned and the collection of taxes attitude toward the United Stateson Brewery Workers because of its refusal from 6 II.P.single cylinder to 45 H. P. four cylinder.The .

.i ,.. has almost entirely ceased!' while the account of the persecution of Japanese -I to accept the terms of the federa- many hundreds of Regal engines now in operation through 1 4 .
soldiers refused in California. Tani's alleged tion. The brewers had refused to obey out the country are a guarantee of the satisfaction they aregiving.

t blank to statement Is that the people of Japan he order that engineers firemen and '
arc point
; .. fight the iwpu- must appeal to arms should diplomacy teamsters must withdraw from the Get a Regal in lie Beginning Don't Experiment

fail to bring a satisfactory solution, union.
: lace of the disturbed Handsome explanatory catalogue mailed free on
t- -s districts. and he adds that "America will yield '. requestEegal
In the chamber for its people are radically commercialIn I SCIENTIFIC Gasoline Engine Co.

of deputies Mint their sentiments." This new out-
j burst of anti-American feeling among Michigan
ister of Finance
Record Plunge of Octopus.The .
the anti-government section of Japa-
annotfuced -
c ; performance of the submarine
I the nese politicians Is generally believedo .
government'sdetermination have been stimulated by the aggressive boat Octopus when it sank to the depthof : : ,-;:. .: ..: '. _, '_...of
205 feet below the level of the ocean
f" .to and organized movement of Japanese -
e off Boston harbor is unparalleled in
the residents on the Pacific slope.
j, suppress the naval history of the world. At :
wine frauds and Certainly this sentiment has found no
I that depth the pressure of the sea was
i that to all wine echo In the majority party or the government -
r of Japan. What has given exceptional ninety pounds ta: every square inch of
y whoIr
: growers situation Is the boat's surface, but not a bolt or a
should change seriousness to the SBAB <9ARD
in seam was disturbed nor was there a
their crops taxes the attention paid to the matter
M. Jaures. and the sign of a leak and the wonderful vessel .
would be remit he European press
c made the trip back to. Boston under #
{ ., ted for five years. Serious rioting occurred offer of friendly mediation on the partof her own power. During this plungeIt 1iIRLINE :a.A.'ILViT A.Y.
at Montpellier after the resignation the French government.
.. was thought;: unsafe for the! crew to
c of the council. The leader of themovement Nevertheless the council of therogressive
k remain in the vessel and they remained
Ir ; which now includes hundreds in -FOR-
> : or minority party Japau ou l board the accompanying tender
of thousands of people, says the did formal resolutions
y on Monday adopt lowering their craft to the bottom by
time Is not yet ripe for violence. XL that the
setting forth persecu- means of cable and derricks. It required Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines
; Jaures, the Socialist leader proposes a tious in San Francisco had nullified the fifteen minutes for the Octopusto *
state monopoly of alcohol and sugar
the countries apd
treaty between two
sink to the depth of 205 feet. She
Richmond Baltimore.
I"; on the lines of the existing. tobacco and that their continuance reflected on the is now ready for her acceptance trial. Washington,
match- monopolies.- federal and state authorities. In view
t; t Premier Clemenceau announced that of these facts it was urged that the Aeroplane Balloon Fails. Philadelphia New York
The first test! of the combination of ,
the government would not accept the a
; government take steps to maintain the
resignation of the municipal officers at dignity c: he empire and safeguard dirigible balloon and aeroplane constructed

.' least for thirty days, during which Japanese rights.! ; by Jiintos-I>umont, which was
time they wot:'-1 l he held legally responsible When asked if he thought there was made recently at Paris, resulted incomplete TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.

for irregularities or damageto destruction of the machine.It .
any any danger of war with Japan Secretary
property in their respective!' districts.' Taft said: "War with Japan? consisted of a balloon shaped like n SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL33xDm.ljpm.orLt

r f.' He reminded the mayors that the local Don't JOl1elie"e Ite"er. mind the cigar twenty-three yards )long and ,

treasuries would be bankrupted by re news that keeps coming. It doesn'talways three and one-quarter in diameter at

fusal to pay taxes and that the government mean all it seems to on the sur- the center hitched to two aeroplanes

would refuse to make the advances face. We will have no war with Japan directly underneath and a frame carrying Modern: : : P'U.11nJ.n.n.:: : : : /

[ necessary to meet the local exP you may rest! assured of that. a fifty horsepower motor with a
<'nses. Altogether MIne fifty local !'CTf'Wtno centimeters in diameter the
Hague Conference Opened.
= bodies in four provinces have resigned whole being eighty kilograms heavier
*' ; The strike continues in the form of Last week delegates to the second than its! bulk in air. The machine THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE
;b passive resistance so far. !peace[ conference at The Hague arrived started all right and skimmed along

Strike of German Seamen. I and exchanged visits in anticipation of over the gray a short distance until NORFOLK VA.
the of the session ,
opening occurred
the rear of the aeroplane: suddenly lifted
The Hoboken branch of the German
June l.T.; Count
., Xelidoff. on behalf and caused the front end of the balloon -
t :j Federation of Seamen has I issued a of Czar Nicholas' of Russia' delivered r
: Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
# notification that in view of a general the to strike the ground, so that the
owning message as representing
I whole thins ('()lIap:'ro.
strike been declared the
"I ., having by ; the nation which had initiated theconferen
;I German Federation of Seamen and .-... There were present representatives Famous Doctor Opposes Drugs.Sir .
,. Fireman they will not be responsiblefor !' : Frederick Treves', physician to
"1 of twenty-three governments For fall information. and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or
'-rt any accidents stoppages" riots etc.. which wore not represented at the first the king of England: speaking at the write to

:: : occurring on the large; German: transatlantic Hague conference, including China and opening of a London hospital, expressed S. C. BOYLSTON Jr., A It.! General Passenger Agent,
f' ; ., lines during the continuance of all the Central and South American the Itelief that the time was not

a '1 r' the strike. They furtlivr! state that the republics.INDUSTRIAL. I far when lit JACKSONVILLE

fight i<5 not for mere wages, but for ties on doctor, *

.{ ;, existence, and they intend to carry i it shelves would ----"

j I to a finish asking only for the fair I I ITelegraphers' !, lie reduced to avery

S. s i play which is due every honest workingman small nnmi -

.f in his!' right against oppression i her and when
Demands Ignored.
;' misery and slavery. > >Ie would
I l eoi
When the directors of the Western
} "leave( off the Asore'throdl is J1L
i. Nicaraguans Again Warlike. Union Telegraph! company held their 11 a

J' t.tot June 11 news came from Mexico I monthly meeting without noticing; in A,., t extraordinaryhabit

F City that the Nicaraguans. assisted by any official way the demands made by of taking dangerous malady
p < Salvadoran revolution-N.! had rapture! the Tel'raphf"rs' union the members medicine when '

.4 .. Acajutla. Salvador. The Ni--amguin of the rnioi were indignant, and talk they are sick." birtyou dons need o

Ii f first liombarded the fort from a gun of I'fII't't'IiI' telt strike was general.. J At that time

$,$ I, boat and then landed troops. It way 1 If snch a strike were called it was cx- oople wonld resort "tie sock around .
_ believed that the objective point wn jKH-ted t>) involve the Postal Tel graphec.nlptilr to simple

'., San Jose Guatemala and that President !- as: well as the same kind of c ss (Z living suitable your neck 1 to cure i it.,. J

J ? Zelaya ..Nicaragua had declare- ;:re.m's :1reai1; t-> exist: in the diet and plenty
war ai:aunt Guatemala.: Titer the Sale' ; I'ostal ntn'-es. The failure of the ; itSIr ui of sun and
vadoran minister at Washington reoived Ifoard to notice! th" memorial of the W"S.s' fresh air. lie ,.

i .' tiistutches: from President Figneroa union vis! talcen! to mean an indors- Sir Frederick Trevesssaid the time BALLARD'S '

; saying that the Salvadoran I flout of President; <"I'rvrys' reply when wouldome r :/
when it w"-vM !11\ anomalous: !for SNOW /
i troops had routed the revolutionists! tIn? ,oinplflintwere tirst! p.'tule. Thiswa

t m! t
to reembark at Acajutla.l rrlminatfon.! :1?:litl-t any class of :11- cholera ana diphtheria as it would lie LINIMENT

eing hotly pursued. The minister wail I r-!,)yces :m.! that the In< t per cent auvaiuo for a man: to die e( a wolfs 'bite ;MKiizhind.

also( informed that these! revolutionist << in ,....:t.t'S. ha-1 l>een paid rniformly. He referred to the divoverie -
( < in b-iet"ri.! :,i:11 !science U'iii mill euro that throat in short order.Ballard's .
had IPPl"Und1l'.1'ajnt1a on the Nicaragua I Pre-i trrt -!I:1II or the Te'.trntnhor :
a !1 n gunboat MomintomlSt. armed i ** niii"! .-:!:M :i statement say I ajiable of niiing mortality from iufectiotis ing1 free circulation Snow Liniment, giving penetrates the muscles the more pores ela-sticity., promote

j and o'Ju-ered by PresHentelaya.. Tluicaraguan I >ii" that:1.- 1\': sure that diseases" to the zero i>oint.

:\ minister at Washington. I ::rjc.twC'S ''''11'1 lee .I 1 iu"ttol \.itt"t I 9 I, IIiEUMATISMCUTSSPRAINS, BRUISES,

Senor "orea. expressed doubt however 'eI'i.,r" trnl1T. Tie ('i..ifO! f" !.' :Iti;-.n Colicand Diarrhoea UURES WOUNDS, OLD SORES, STIFF JOINTS,

that Nicaragua had anything to do directly I has tio>Ti tnkiiii an ai-tive iatereis I Pains in the stomach, colic and ..liarI BURNS AND ALL PAINS.

;1 with the landing of the revolutionists. !'thi.*! '''':Ittn.thut' it* :idvatv.' I rltofji are qnirkly tt>lit>'eol by the nee of

!!:tw' not hc..n mei! favorably by lie j Cbamts-riain's Colic and IHafrhoea Ken. GAVE INSTANT RELIEF.
I It would not urpri American. officials i'npny.Longshoremen's. For sale by Titn=yille rharinary.:
if this mo'eml'nt"t'r(' the signal; Strike Fai!s.I I Henry Ston, Provo Utah, writes: "I have used Ballard's
I Snow Liniment for :Neuralgia, Tooth-ache and Sore
I for a general revolt in all the: Central I The !"striki of s >:ne :riii frt+:ht Advice to the instant Throat.. ,
Aged. which upon application gave me relief. I can r. cuin-
I 1 American countries ii"tv\ithstanding! ; handler alonn! tlie loks. ..f New York I mend it. as l>cinr the In-st Liniment I hare ever used in curing
Age brings infirmities such
that the treaty of peace signed; at Ama city was declared! off Thurs-l.-sy.l after gish bowels'seak kidneys and as slujj-blad- pain caused from N 'oinilia; etc." ;

i pala two months ago I*-''ind Nicaraguaand having \>?\?n in pn iress for six i wi-ek". der and TORPID L11'LR.I PRICE 25C, 50c AND $1.00
I Salvador to submit their differences by a vote of the union ineiiiU-rsliip I

t to arbitration by the United The men will return to work at the '
;. States and Mexico. President Zelaya j wages they were recvivins. but the Tutt'sPilishan Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
Is credited with an ambition to form a ;I companies have a,rt>eil not tt> .li-"-rini-

union of the e'ntmm'rican countries j irate in taking: lock the oM employees. 500-502 North Second Street,
i \' to be known as the Central i new men I eins retained where com

,, States of America and with himself I potent a specific effect on the orloan8. ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.

0"! as first presidentSlayers ..... stimulating perform their the bowels.causine natural functions themto as

;, of Barrillas to Die. C.4.STOnXA. i in youth andIIPARTING

t Dispatches j state that Florencio XIo- Bean the ha Kiud You Hare Maps BuS <;!1 VIGOR Sold and Recommended by

rales and Bernardo Mora, the Guatemalans :g 1I/ I to the kidneys,bladder and LIVER.

who assassinated General Bare r .< j They are adapted to old and young. Ti'tusv-i11o PharD:1ncy:

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excessive or unreasonable. In any

event the company holds that the commission Spasms _. ; I

has no jurisdiction.r S t

St. Vitus' Dance 1

who suffered ; -i
Many persons }

Steel Plant Failure. untold from "
.. agonies P' ;
:z Millikon Bros. the company operating .
fits and \
E I ;: the big; steel plant on Staten island epilepsy, spasms,

y$: ... .: :... which has contracts for the steel work St. Vitus' Dance are today '

k M.r.r.- a on the Pennsylvania terminal at New well. The strengthening -
.'h York were put into bankruptcy Monday ;'
L /y influence of Dr. -
on the petition of four crpditors. d

the liabilities! being put at $0.500,000. of Miles' Xervine upon the s '

v 1. t. .__ _. 0 .. __, : >.. 0 which over half were unsecured. The shattered nerves having

it: I laws of European countries, the president uelphia the government filed a petitionor and a'setswre the attorney estimated for the at company 8000000.said restored them to perfect t jJ

emphasized his well known views an injunction prohibiting the Read- the creditors would be paid In" full if health. r 1 1"I

/. .<, I POLITICAL I In favor of the graduated income and ng. Lehigh Valley Lackawanna Jersoy they were patient The business will endured agony that words can '

4, inheritance taxes to compel] the big Central. Erie and Susquehanna go on. The failure is generally regarded not express from St. Vitus' dance. '

:' fortunes to bear their share and to and Western railroads from continuing as the result of "too much prosper which followed a very severe spell of ,
.. ..z Vetoes Two Cent Fare Bill rheumatism. I doctored with a physician
; Disagreeing limit their size. This he said could" heir alleged unlawful combination ity" in the shape of extensive orders but the more I took of his medicine '
radically with the action
noj be in any way a tax on thrift or tong with their subsidiary coal companies beyond the capacity of the plant contracts the worse I got. My mother's devotion -
y taken by the governors of eleven other saved me. After she had becccn !
'; t 'states which have put the statute industry, but on the other hand, it to control the anthracite coal on hand amounting to 3000000. almost heart-broken as veil as physically
upon offered one method for preserving "a supply. In a statement issued by the exhausted from constant care
iz books laws requiring railroads to cart Bank Deposits Called In. by the advice of a neighbor she procured ,
measurable equality of opportunity"for "epartment of justice it. was pointedout
bottle +
of Miles' .
a Dr. Nervine. From
. ry passengers at 2 cents a mile. Governor The department has Issueda
i'J the coming generation. Nevertheless that the Pennsylvania, the Ontario treasury the first dose to the last a continual 3
:.' Hughes of New York vetoed thetwo and W'Stern' the Delaware and call for the return by July 10 of $30.- change for the better was noticable.
he that self-
hoped our "superbly
; cent fare bill which had been 000.000 of public deposits received by and when I had taken eleven bottles
passed reliant individualism" would never !*e Uudson were not made defendants in I was well, and In robust health."
;: by the ]legislature. The states, which evidence of the' national banks since Sept. 27, lOOfi. EDWARD D. REAM.
this suit because
exchanged: : for a "deadening socialism.1 as yet no North
how have a two cent them with This: is expected to maintain: the statusof Manchester Indiana.
sufficient force to connect
law in force are: Arkansas Day Assails the President.In the market. as the amount recalled "Our little boy Harry had spasms '
Ny. the alleged combination and monopoly for three years and although we.doctored -
\ Indiana his baccalaureate sermon at Syracuse smaller than that which the
Illinois is
sH had been found bur should such evidence with many physicians he con '
Iowa. Minnesota university Chancellor Day charged government will pay out July 1 in redeeming tinued to grow worse until he had tea
be found in the course of the
spasms in one week. About that time
Nebraska that the courts, congress and legislatures the 4 cent bonds which
Mississippi -
trial these roads would be simt1arlyenjoint'tl. per our attention was called to Dr. lli1es'NenIne.
i ff : North Caroling had been overridden by thenoose'"elt mature on that date. We began giving It to him.
J Ills improvement seemed slow but
administration that
Ohio, Oklahoma saying when he had finished the fourth bot-
The petition recites that the defend- Fails to Break Stock Exchange. a
and Pennsylva the lines between the different departments tie the spasms had disappeared, and
o A of the government were fast ant railroads control all the means of The failure of A. Appleyard.. a have not been seen now for years. W.

./ nia. transportation between the mines and broker and promoter; was announcedon shall always" recommend Dr. Miles' _
under "as Nervine.
disappearing an autocracy-
=! ... Governor Hughes. In Governor mes- tyrannical and supreme as the world tide water, with the exception of those the: Philadelphia! stock exchange as S :MRS. BELLE M. TIXDALT.,
sage I
omitted which reach only a limited a result of his effort to illustrate the Hastings Neb.
to6 has ever known. The constitution has
Hughes says that the time is critIcal number of mines, and that said defendants virtue of the Lawson recipe for puttingthe Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by yourdruggist
and the bill too arbitrary. He become a "mere elastic band to hold who will guarantee that the
the states in compact at the- adjustingwill transport 71 per cent of the an- exchange; out of business. He had first bottle will Denefit. If it fails, he
J complains that the bill was not based thracite tonnage; that In their own dumped about 13.000 shares of United will refund your money.

i upon proper investigation as to the Jus- of the chief executive"; The same name or through subsidiary companies Gas stock the market Miles
Improvement upon Medical Co. Elkhart Ind
sort of criticism Day applied to New ,
tice of the lower rate and thinks it rep- controlled] by them they control about thus forcing the price downs three
York state in its recent enactment of
resents a policy "seriously mistakenand 90 per cent of all the anthracite deposits points but the break was not what he t
the public utilities law at the behestof '-
with lliaster.1though _. ..
pregnant and produce three-fourths of the had predicted as the traders being
Governor Hughes. .\nd our: is a I
he agrees that the railroad corporations annual supply: that the independent : hid called him for
suspicion upon .
the government by commissions, remarked .The Most Valuable Set of Yacht and oatBuilding
should be strictly supervised by who produce about 20 fuHitked.RUDDER I
3 curators per a deposit of security or money against Books ever
the chancellor sarcastically. He referred ,
o' state and that they should perform
'reasonable heY to the recent shrinkage of six ctut of the supply, cannot enter into hU sales. This was what caused hits
their services at rates failure. If within six mouths he does
competition because of the restraints
\ .... thinks that any injustice on their part billions in values as a warning. imposed by the railroads.: Further, not settle' his indebtedness he will! be HOW-TO BOOKSOver
from the Railroads Two Cent Rate.
does not Justify injustice Oppose
i the petition charges that these defendants expelled from the exchange and the
hire been built from the lines
state toward them. The governor pre The of eighteen Missouri lore boats
representative from the sale of his seat will
have conspired to silence competition proceeds printed in thoe books: Successfully: sailed m
; fers that matters.of. this kind be taken railroads has asked the United among tbl mspllnll to prevent be divided among his creditors. It wiil every dims ace upon evrry sea Full detail

: up by the public service commissions States district court at Kansas City to the sale of independent coal. be recalled that the hero of Lawson's drawing how to nuke of all itT tU extremely what is and

i recently authorized by law, and he restrain the state from enforcing the
made a fortune by selling
thereby establishing; a.mouopaly: specifying story HOW TO BJILD A RACER FOR $50
1 I questions the validity of the proposed 2 cent passenger rate law and also in detail the contract entered short without capital a plan which I |1 f 4 rev,- t"'t I.u'..raff to....iLl.fman all IB aa
law if it were enacted. from enforcing the live stock rates enacted I-p. Kw4 r.*-. l ._t.z'.l..tH"-i..
Lawson contended
was perfectly -
'j Into by these companies and between possible
The Conference on Harriman. by the last legislature.] The newpassenger under the rules of the HOW TO BUILD A CMPJACK:
them and the independent operators; I exchange. A f.nv Legit fry (ftftiwm ..J>, or Inorkioc alma* fa
1 law was to g" into effect .....1 '.r "..iiltti cabinet : who should ;
The result of a formal conference that the Erie exchanged its shares fora He offered $3.(5) to any one full| I'r" boat

upon the government's attitude June 14.Recount. majority of those of the New Yor ;. prove that it wasn't possible. Apple- HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP

: toward the alleged illegal acts of K. II. Bill Goes Through. Susquehanna and Western, a competing yard was at the time of his plunge under 3:<*4 nriar madimrrrr... oIO'IIimf'd. a prim
vintM-r i..lra..a..l.m sad A *rmia i ea*JT to bald; vo>*
t Harriman and other railway manipulators Notwithstanding;: the mayor's veto of line, thereby putting an end to all indictment for complicity in the 1 e

was reported Washington: to the bill authorizing a recount of the competition between them, and that wrecking of the German Bank of I'uf- HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH

be the determination to prosecute the New York city mayoralty vote in the similar falo. Simple and. praHi'itl_" storm. hnrletonAractalaaed.
the Reading company pursued a ....11101'use a ah M, nt' several other(.Ian*

narriman. companies or combinations. election of 1903.; both branches of the course. It Is also chj'rged thai HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA

.. but not Harriman 'as an individual. It legislature Albany repassed the"bill twice in recent years the 'defendaut.- Baseball Players and ;&Ml suit+L;;>-p--.I!L..-.,...'fur-'.-;.&..,.-,.U....." good rabin; excvDcKfiukr

was said that they .had not sufficient and also adopted a supplemental act, have defeated the construction of inde- Foot Racers: HOW TO O'JILO A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP

evidence In't'olt'i:1g'lIarrinun in illegal according to the wishes of the governor [ endeut railroads which would have Ixmis J. Imager ex-champion-: distance A rpm.Iitk.adaj snag wUh moderate vrvrbazt ant

management to justify his i>ers:>nal to overcome the objections of Mayor I permitted[ the output of independent font ra.- T of Germany and Holland, null*.il pi..-
prosecution, and furthermore that the McClellan by authorizing him to designate '' eyal. President Haer and other officersof writes, Oct. t'7, VJ01: F:..y to.lId."r'Iom.c sTaiih"nl themft for a fco;

o evidence arrodyen by Harrimau: any districts for recounting, the 'I' the accused roads were summoned. "During my .training of eight! weeks'loot 10 beg'. ..U.;UAI.ew.I '\4
would insure the states races at Nut IvikeUity, in .\prtl last, HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHTA
j concerning his transactions same to be done at expense.
Brewers Ousted From Kansas. I used Kallanl's snow Liniment to my rompkte&*nrrtption of taw ta baud UMML|;mUo ljf ..
'1 i him immunity. diff mo-Ul..
The Kansas supreme court has granted great satisfaction.Therefore .

Roosevelt Day st the Fair. I LEGALCRIMINALOrchard I a judgment ousting: from the state I highly recommend Snow PRICE: $1. EACH
all who Are troubled with
Liniment to
at"the .Jamestown exposition :
Georgia day Anhetiser-Kuscli llrewing association PRCPAIO EV EXPRESS ANYWHERE
sprains bruises or rheumatism. 25c.,
was in reality the backgroundfor pennanently. The receivers arecuntinnol Bound m cloth Gold: Ietmr.Size of pag,
Wary Witness. r50c. and 1 00. Sold by Titnsville Phar-
a ,
the figure of !'resi ent Koosevelt in office and in possession of 4 by 11 i'Jehri-Lar ciearlirawa a plans.
For several days in succession Lawyer macv.
In the act of staking out his political the property to execute the judsment THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
Richardson for the defense in the
preserves or future hunting; grounds. of the court. The order dtn-s not contemplate 3 MURRAV' STREET: NEW Yon. U. S. A
celebrated trial of YV. D. Hay wood at A Woman's Back
.= of two remarkable
In the course thc confiscation: of the ('t.mpany' -
nois Ida! for employing harry Orchard S.-Rd poslal for Catalogue of Boots for
speeches the nation's chief and admitted ( property except en'.ngh to pay Has many aches and pains caused by l acul..tari' Li.\ay.
'j \ master of the Republican party advocated to kill former Governor Steuacn- the cost: IIf the pra,eolins. As thiswas I weaknessceand faliinjr.or: other displacement ,....

federal ownership of coal. oil. l erg. pursued the cross examination of a test case, the judgment is exlsNtc'l :- ,of the jK'lvic organs. Other symptoms -

1 mineral and ranch land;*. full employers Orchard fonerning his confession of l to apply. to all the brewing comiiies of female weakness are frequentheadache

for all accidents to employees the series of inunler nnd p!lIttin .. dizziness. imaginary spi-cks or Ferry <
liability ;>:! haviii!; agencies an.l warehouses iin j .
The witness with remarkable stolidity dark ; r are not ""* esperi ,,
spots floating before the ,
regard to contributory eyes gnawing
without the state and against these pn cee l- m' -,tbutwitapropercultilb -
negligence; and the income and inheritance :adhered in the main to his story :tn.l ins have Icon lKgun.Rccriver sensation in !stomach dragging or '. ( -t'icy assure succes !
taxes for the prevention of shrewdly refused to commit himself bearing down in lower abdominal or is-vie from the Mart t'scrs i.avc no s

fortunes. as to precise datesAt the same tiuc For Waters-Pierce. region disagreeable drain* from jx-lvic lo'jt> at fvanling harv.t nor Gct disaoointmeuUat I
,1'1'1':1' IJnmks Tex. organs,faint> "-llj with JoC.n..ral weakness. ,..
Mrs. lloosevelt. thpresidl'ut Orchard! reuli.v! owned up to a loner at Austin. annov.iutil | e d .
Accompanied by considerable
I r any number of the above
th".t he would!
15t .>f other' appoint a re-
arrived at Norfolk on the i
symptom* are present there is no remedy
eiver to take; charge of the affairs of
yacht Mayflower early, and taking the I crimes almutwhl th t wnt give quicker relief or a more per-
the Waters Pierce Oil in : .
Georgia officials on board he proceeded h Richards company t ma ent r*<(* than Dr. Pierce's Favorite

to review tw great international s n :-Led.. iacluding Texas iH'iu'inrr an appeal I from th' ;I Prejjy ftfciSjt has a record of over forty

A. bizainy. verdict ousting it from the state. IItn years of cur It fc tri"_mo fleet of warships representing seven i,1 eta t11amonoftoer
1 nations. As they passed (':\('hohil) a burglary.larc "tilfil tlii- action on the ground that i f Rrlf-nrnlipn.. _it'."!+ ""'I "t P. -I .mnO'. ne t lmil seed .tnuuat r
tie c-onipnny had declared its inti>?i- i vuio Known tgnyl.'cnlrienfp.' I Itls made -fs : :cyncLrt.

i saluted the president with twenty-one t i uy.nil:11"1 gaitiblirg I r-? ,n of continuing to ,-I )late the lawsf i; of the giycenc extract. oi native medicinal rER tY &. CO., r;
a -
the presidential party DtroitMich.
guns Next roots found in our forests and contiiit -
.. I the state pending an appeal of theTit.
t insta 's
the GeorgiaImlldins a,1 I'll I'
went nshore to dedicate : I ;" n"t :! -iri\ of alcohol or harmful. or
which is an exact replica of !r !; ill!:. It was I..1 i :""niiir-j ilrii.&?>. Its ingredients area.

"_ --si t his Mayor Schmitz Convicted.: .. thi- bottil and R 50 YEARS'
the home of the president's mother. i : > [ r :,1. u: i' -wrapper attested '

Bulloch Hall, at lloswell. Ga., a courtesy rY a& having lieen fc- After Mayor Scluuitz tlf San I'rar.cis- uiuiiT oath as correct. EXPERIENCE

which the president highly! appreciated. fgicrelly in the .,;had taken the stand in his o-vn lefe !! Every inzn-dient entering into "Fa-

It was during this address t -- : _S employ! t.f the tre and had tlatly c" the :| vurite i'Trscrijition" has the written en-
dorsement of the most eminent medical
that the president nrzed the south' to ftyr ', < mine owners I testimony of former CommissionerU I I writers of all the several schools of prac-

JOn with its war a piin
in factories and declared himself for I %: S.piUgllt; restaurants the climax of tilt trial ii...nI'rflftlll&l tf'-timonials-thotllb the

legislation holding the employers responsible the! most damaging "ann when the state 1:1111'.1I.rah'un latt T are not lacking, having teen con- TRADE MARKS
E. F. Richardson. i
ff>r damages on account o'all I I admissions. KiK'f. former Imss of (tincorni[>t city i tribtited voluntarily by grateful patients -S '-e DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS

accidents to employees, irrespective This the witness tried to explain machine andojirosxed accepter .>f ille- .I in numbers to exceed the endorsements &c.:

of negligence on the part of the In'urNl I on the claim that he was double zafe >s. who hail been on terms of intimacy given to any other medicine extant forthe qntckly Anyone awvrtain wndlne nor a rketrh opinion and free doscri.t whether k>n may an
i of woman's illy.Yuu .
Thus he angel that the risk crossing the enemies of the miners with S<-!hnaitzittcf; !o<''','r'' that ;I cure cannot afford to accept any medicine invention Hpr,h natentable.. Handbook Omrnunim.tionjMnctlycrinCdentlal. ua Patent

would be diffused through the federation.llaywood. he had divid. equally with the mayor I! pent fn>e. Oldest agency furgeCTjnr.irpatents.I'atentg .
of labor : of unknown composition as a substitutefor taken tbrnouh Mann A Co. receive
consumers in whose Interest primarilythe I in a telegram! to the an- the ?::.1""' for rei-eirt fn tn the Freely this well proven Yemedy OF K>OWSi : tptrvu notice, without chance, in the

work; Is j,<,rf."m.'tl He would nual convention of the Western 1'ederation restaurants for |>rote 'tion from in .1:0<- j i CUMI-OMTIOS.: even though the dealer may I II Scientific Jfm rican.A

have definite compensation fixed for ani of Miners at Denver said that taticu and for the CTantia: of l.'- -ns(>s i make a little more profit thereby. Four .

accidents, so that suits at law would : Orcuard was "the greatest liar of the after the old liiriiss had been rovokej.Ruef : interest in regaining health is paramountto rnUtion handsomely! of any lllTi acientiBc tratp Jonrnal......11:11.: largest Ternn.II ely a

He said the railroadswere I twentieth century" and that he dlay- alto testified to other .1 \'isi'I\-* any selO.-h: interest i.f his awl it is an sear: tonrreonths.IL Sold by.ll t1..., ....jen.

be unnecessary.prompt to ask the protection of with Mayor Schiuitz. On cross examination insult to your intelligence for him to try MUN j & CO.3S1BrOadUJ. New York

federal courts in times of riot and re-fute i Ruef admitted that in return to palm off upon you a substitute. You Branch t t"lf't'!. .25 F St.. W*hlDEt'm.I\-C.KILL .
the know what you want and it is his busi-
itisiue of six weeks. The for his telling all he knew the states
disorder and it was equally proper free man ness to supply the article called for.

: that they should K> held liable for accidents I convention ,1 to continue its efforts attorney had promised: to lee lenient ; Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the THE COUCHAND

!,r- to their employees. i for the defense fund On the advice with him. The jury after being; out original "Little Liver Pills- first put up CUBE THE iUS

It was in his! nftt'rIoon11N"'h tl> the of the counsel for the defense IU=I'ne two hours found the mayor guilty.Pullman by old Dr. Pierce over forty years ago, _

National Editorial association that thepmsident I '.. I>ebs. the Socialist leader, decided Company Denies It. ; much imitated but never equaled. Little '

denounced the private owner- j to remain away from rise for the sugar-coated;; granules-easy to take as WITH fir s
I The Pullman Sleeping Car companyhas candy. tung>,
ship of coal lands, arguing that ":,u'h present, he having teen engaged! to served notice on the interstate commerce -
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mineral resources: ln>]lonc in a peculiar represent the Appeal to Reason. commission that the validity of Now

degree to the whole leople." rnl'rpri't'ate Orchard wept on being questionedI the railroad rate art In so far as it has HANDY MOTH PAPER Discovery

control there was waste In the I about his alleged change of heart and i
I been applied to the sleeping ear companies ONSUMPTION: Price

pursuit of profit. The mineral fuel] i I i admitted that McParland'a talk about will be tested in the courts. A moth destroyer and liinfttaDt. flared FOR OUGHS and SOc & S 1.00

were as necessary to our prosperity as the practice of giving freedom to crlm- This was in the company's reply to the | under carpets or in the f fold I of far allot clothing OLDS Free Trial.

the forests' with this difference that '!finals'| who turned state's evidence may charges made by George S. Loftns. atraveling it drives away moths and worry Twelve

does not grow and trees do." have influenced him to confess. Louis thcompany > sheets in a packet carriage prepaid 10 cents Guaranteed for all THROAT and i
"coal salesman of St. ISix( packets 50 rents i if druggist doesn't have itPow.lrr .
the public range;: I' or
Theml' applied to Hard Coal Trust Prosecuted. denying that it i is a common
the recent tai I ladijI\D Works Selection 846CUrkrstlile BACK.
of the west Reviewing carrier or that its rates for berths ar Iowa

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g ;k r t THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, JUNE. 21,1907.

THE FLORIDA STAR is the Hon. Hoke Smith, governor- ] s

elect of Georgia.Col. I look Pe=ru=na Hardly Daring to Believe

s t. .-' Entered at the postofdceatTitas'vlleas Graves is of the opinion thata ,

# : second-class mail matter. ticket consisting of 'Roosevelt and
So WriU8 3Ir. Xewhof of Albany.
., ,
; > Smith would the
Kills B. Wager, fdltoraDd Publisher sweep country.
;' 'a,"; '. _PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING President Roosevelt said the other / Pelvic Diseases in.\Ien.

day that he was half Georgian and (1
It must be clearly understood that neither was proud of it. Governor-elect prFf r# $ ,
THE STAB nor Its editor is responsible for Many an invalid is dragging out a miserable exis s. {s %_ {
'- opinions\ expressed by correspondents. Smith was born in North Carolina, tence with catarrh of the kidneys, catarrh of the t o-, ,f rr.w
but has lived in Georgialong enough bladder,or both. ? (

f} a The late legislature is receiving a seasoned citizen. A Roose- There Is no disease equal to catarrh of the bladder :: :>r ::::

-1 tP, : considerable criticism for having elt-Srrtth ticket, therefore, would in producing complete wretchedness, absolute t. ).. ::::: :.:; :;:;:;., .;;
despair, haggard misery and stubborn weakness. ;; j made it necessary'to levy a 4-mill tax give Georgia quite,a good deal of
An army of this sort of victims hare one by one :
%>, .
;:; :a:::;.;.;..i
: 'to provide for pensions. No one ob- prominence in the next campaign.The discovered that Peruna could be relied upon to relieve a>:; t
such cases. .< 3 .. ..::..:.....::.::..... :rJi.' r,' C}
jects seriously to a reasonable amount
New Liquor Law One man tells another man, and in this way the : :f%',> + s4. .?
for pensions, but when the tax levied news spreads! until in all parts of the country are r
for that purpose amounts 'to For the'reason that some people to be found men who have been permanently liber bid"> #r ':

may unwittingly violate the present ated from the thraldom of catarrh of the bladder bya <'! 1l < j i
than for all other state '
.i more purposes .
stringent anti liquor laws we give course of Peruna. Y.
-'. Z it does seem time to criticize the following information in reference Many cases of catarrh of the stomach,kidneys and .
A i and call a halt.According other abdominal organs have reported themselves ''
: to some? of the laws passed by
.' as
?; the recent legislature.If We give below two prominent testimonials which .
to the president of the a man is found drunk in any ,illustrate the benefit of Peruna in these cases. r wJL .y '

s= : Massachusetts Institute of Technology public place he may be taken and it is

the chances of a woman marry- made the duty of any sheriff, deputy : !

p1 ing in Boston are smaller than in any sheriff or constable, to take such per- ', Sfr

oth part of the country. A Boston son before the nearest justice of the

n woman says this is because men peace, whether it is in that justice's >irY :.:::

R < who district or not, whose duty it is to 1j7f1! / _
a dQ, not care to marry women _

'. have more brains than they have, swear the drunken person as soon as C w ;:.. ; S\ t l
he is sober know what he is __
: < while a Boston man says it is becauseof S
doingif when arrested he is too drunkto
a deficiency on the part of the (HARLES&.NEWHOF
know and .
; take his, testimony in

dressmakers. writing as to where he got the liquor.If .
> %% '_" Catarrh of the Bladder.
he refuses to tell the justice shall
The railroad commission has
i )':.' ap- commit him to jail for contempt until : ?; :: )Ir.C.B.Newhoil0 Delaware street, Albany,
pointed Louis C. :Massey, of Orlando, V -' X.Y. President Montefiore Club
v'f he does tell. This testimony shall % :
'" as special counsel under a recent act be received in court on the trial of ., "Since my advanced age I find that I have been

of the legislature, providing for employment parson frequently troubled with urinary ailment. The
the who has violated the lawn '
_ bladder seemed Irritated, and my physician said
h of special counsel to have letting the drunken person have | that it was catarrh caused by a protracted cold

entire charge of all litigation for the it. I which would be difficult to overcome account of
C9 f my advanced age. I took Peruna, hardly daring
V ." railroad commission. :Mr. Massey It is made a crime under severe f to believe that I would be helped, but found to my
} is of the highest professional standing penalty for any person to give any 4. relief that I soon began to mend. The irritation

y t..' and of finest character, and his person who is addicted to the habit, H EM E R.Y s gradually subsided I have, and the urinary difficulties
appointment is received with great liquor or sell it to them, after they ') J | for the past seven months. I enjoy my meals,

satisfaction. Mr. Massey is at pres- have been notified by any relativenot G I sleep soundly,and am as well as I was twenty years

to do so. For instance, a person t ago. I give all praise to Peruna."

ent state senator. here can notify any of the Pensacola Catarrh________ nf St mach _and n_ Kldneys.wwwww I
I :Mr. David L. Jaycox, Chaplain Clarinda from 11 South Nicholas St., Chicago,
: dealers not to sell to of their rel-
j The Eau Gallie Record is the title any I.O.0: T. and Chaplain G. A. R., Ill., as follows:
atives here, and its no more liquor :Mr. H.I*.Emory, Vice Chancellorand < 865 Broadway, Oakland,Cal., writes: "I was in good health until about four
: of a new paper that will make its Master of Arm., K. P.'*, of >
Johnnie. ,when back became lamo
"I am an old war veteran. I contract years ago my
first this week. We Omaha,Neb., writes from 2TT North ( and The
appearance are Any concoction by any name con- Sixteenth street,the following words ed severe bladder and kidney trouble. sore. pains kept increasing,
I informed that Judge W. R. Roescfi I spent hundreds of dollars and consulted with severe twitches and slow exhaustive .
1: taining more than two per cent of of praise for Peruna as a tonic. lie aches. Urine
a host of doctors, but neither did was highly colored
al ,. will be the editor and publisher, and alcohol is made an intoxicant, and says : me any good."Finally'some. and passed with great irregularity. I

55 our Eau Gallie correspondent states the certificate of the state chemist to It is with pleasure / recommend ': of comrades who knew this must be Inflammation of the
Peruna as a tonic of unusual merit.A
that ample capital is behind the en- that effect is made evidence. The large number of prominent mem- had been cured by Peruna advised me bladder.
"Having read of Peruna
terprise to insure its success, which chemist is required to make the analysis bers of the different orders with to try it. I at once bought a bottle, and ,, try It. I found relief from decided the pain to
which I have been connected have found it helped me so much that I kept
on the request of within ten days. The aches gradually
is well as it takes capital and plenty any officer or
been cured by the use of Peruna incases Using it for nearly four months. diminished, and it was a blessed reliefI
two citizens
1i of it to run a newspaper these days. any who send him sam- of catarrh of the stomach and "Pen/na has proven the best medicine can assure you. Within three months

i. We have five newspapers published ples. Look out cider. head; also in kidney complaints and I ever used. My pains are gone I was well once more. My appetite had
$50 is added to the costs assessedin weakness of the pelvic organs. and I believe myself to be cured. I feel returned, nervousness and irritabilitywere
in Brevard county, which county prosecution under the "Peruna tones up the system, aids well, and would not be without a bottlein things of the past,and for over two
any liquor: and is well time of need for ten times its cost."
digestionInduces sleep,
has only a population by the last laws ; I years now I have been a healthy man.
oi' which goes to the person or of- worthy the confidence of sufferers of :Mr. Robert E.
I i.::; census of about 3,600, or one news- ficer Hanvey, "I give all thanks to your Feruna _
furnishing the evidence to con- the above complaints. Knights of Industrial Freedom, also a and believe that it is a blessing to oaa-
paper for every 140 registered voters. vict. That means $75 with the reward well known writer and lecturer, writes*I kind."

i There is be no question but that offered by our county commis-

3 Brevard is well supplied with news- sioners.
tr es, as well as the masses, he has in this I]
i \ papers.It ri Again, the law provides that accepting hook an opportunity of seeing them through THE. RADE MARK

an order is a sale. For instance the eyes of(_ol. William Jennings Hrjan. It

} would be interesting to know of a boat captain takes the is sold by subscription, and the Thompson i I I

1 the purport of the conversation that money and buys whiskey for a cus- Publishing: company of St Louis }Io., are the A Work of Art

t John Temple Graves had with the tomer and delivers the goods, or any- fortunate publishers They offer an especially .
inviting opportunity to solicitors another
.;- president the other day at the lat- body else delivers them he has sold column of this i".ul' J..y o j That is what your home can be if

'h:. ter's home at Oyster Bay. Whatever the liquor. Look out Sarah, etc, I R you decorate it with Alabastme F',r ;I
true art and
appropriateness 13 ; r' t
; ,;" was the outcome of the conference etc, etc. i L ',.I
i I 0. A. STEWART only can you make j cur home decorations -
it seems that Graves is more eager Finally the liquor license is $2,000, ie appropriate with Alabastine,

1 l' .. than ever in advocating his proposition i- $1,000 to the state, $500 to the coun- S ,1 but you can make them reflect >our
and % FIRE cwn t-ite in a way that is rot j .J.- ,
ty, $500 to the town, but if the
; that the Democrats unite with .
t si: : v ....n aI.1: other form of wall co;crn.a.
barroom is outside a town that $500 1 t.
the Republicans in demanding that
goes to the county also.-DeFuniak Insurance i
t t the president shall be a candidate Breeze. A1.abaHn4r3t

for another term. Did the president -- -- --- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI .
,,4,r 4 tell him that he would accept a nom The Old World and Its Ways The 5alita..7 iVai Coating din;

represent some of the leading is !superior in a?&."t.\ 11 economy, in durability and ,, ".
ination Thebow"
that to him from both Col illiam ( -
came Jennings ""
Bryan .,
; announces a companies of the world and any unij; ini"'-c :.d..n.. "prpertiea.l'oushuuldknowmore ,
new book of travel entitled! The Old about I*on :ill ,if po:i. '.and wethereforeeztendyou '
World L.;
.; : political parties? If not so what did business entrusted to me will receive acnrdialirvicati: 'jn o ir.'mrP.s,.....the Alaba tine color .
the president to him that make and ItsAVS, which nvountshis resent prompt andcareful attention chart a*>J hath: Ai-M: :*;m<;. ncilcu design (which you !:Ii;
r say ? tour around the worM) ) and his j..urntys Can u33 yV1L-Stlil \p!a::e-1 w > ii. EI .' r.:'
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Graves so persistent in preying the through) Europe It is profusel'and t Icjniut. Ask to see the Book of ;' '-1

; i advisability of another term for the ly illustrated with.Jli artisticengravimyrep- ROBBINS v Alaaastinj Friz Design c .t:
rex ntinz mm and things seep in the various For Sale by f
president? .
1 (countries of the earth during that noted journey R GRAHAM EAST OUST LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY _-... ...' __'
The cagraving made from
; +are photographs '
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Political 'I.
Conference = --
: taken l hy him his
or party *]*"<'iallv co., .14b:-.:;
Hon.John Temple Graves, of Georgia for this publication Iti.stW inonniin.ntalhUrary 25.OOO.eThis -: -::.:...-r.
(Incorporated Paid np Capita ? THE PACKAGE .
g whom Mr. William Randolph work of his life and is published under .
his special company own ,
sHjitMision He has.
1 Hearst's New York American characterizes SJKCtal tIle Indian River GHIII- ----
contra with
.4 as> "the sole discoverer and price low down his pith 1"bli"In-N.the made the retail trv.ontheM. LncieRner,
i view
to l.utti.1r
; at'New Liver, and on Biscayne -
promulgator of the idea that the it within the easy Mib!! of every n'ull'r awl Bav. P Ball I
Democratic should liook Imyir Play
i hands of a receiver party and William go into Jen-the Thebiiok gives his experienes-what he JUICES TO( SUIT TIlE TIMES

saw and did-whom he met and his impressions Send for land list
nings Bryan nominate Roosevelt fora
and conclusion. He made: << a profound OFFKECAT! -
third term," was at Oyster Bay and =-
stu.lyor men thins as he saw them in MIUII
the other day and had just a wee bit this noted journey) around the world He -- ---- --------- I. A Complete Line of

of a two-hour chat with the presi- gives jonrnmt'nt11.educational,religions and
dent. other conditions from the standpoint of a i SI.A.: LrLzaI>ING'S .-.

t student and one profoundly interested ill all F.DUREN,Agent,
t What they talked about nobody the people of the earth :

knows except themselves, but it is While Cof Bryan traveled as a pmateuti-- fIG I BASE BALL GOODS

1 : f safe to say that it was something interesting zen he went with the prestige of having made v Florida and

.. and had nothing todo with two memorable contests for the presidency of Carried by
the United Mates and_he was everywhere ([ -
-4 nature fakes. recognized and entertained asa great representative p
to After leaving his distinguished American having a leading<< part \ ;! I) The H. & W. B. DREW CO.

conferee, however, Col. Graves was in the direction of American affairs He was ;- Meats

willing to name the man he favored given opportunity for observations never be- Distributors for Florida

4 for second'place on the ticket with capacity.If fore accorded. to any one trateling in private .' of all Kinds JACKSONVILLE
Roosevelt. His choice according to ,
one wants to see the world and the people

a report in the New York American, who are at the head of affairs in all count TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA I Is Send for catalogue and samples for uniforms

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r:,:. E FffiDAY, JUNE 21, 1907 THE FLORIDA 'STAR. 5 t tF :


rJs : *: 4 OPENING siastlc and an efficient educator. :

The students are being assigned to t
various homes of the city who have

} ; BANNER DRUGSTORE ,agreed to take them as boarders dur. Keep i4 ,

ing the term, which will close on August ,

9. .

4' D.IL SPELL Dr. J.. C. SPELLE. At the close of the term State Superintendent ItiiiiW "#. "..

C. HARDIN, Pharmacist Holloway will direct! an yl ..\.-

'- examination under the auspices of the
-J '.
State educational department. which
t After many delays and disappointments we are now ready forK
!' IP4ri1(1(
will be for State and primary certifi
business. We have enough of our goods on hand to open up with cates. "

and will have more soon.
.a Everything new, furniture fixtures drugs, toilet articles,stationery There are Few yv/

! 1 etc. Our drugs are all of the purest and freshest and made by. people themselves-the who know majority how to do take The of pjjm It

the best and leading manufacturers. They conform .in purity' and liver is a most important organ in the i

;: strength to the new edition of the U. S. Pharmacopea. hodv. Heroine will keep it in condition. .+ "
V. C. Simpkins Alba Texas, writes: "I
: pharmacist is sick, but will be here later. In the meantimeDr. nave used Herhine for chills and fever

Spell will take care of such prescription work as he will have and find it the bert medicine I ever used.
would nut be without it. It is as good
time to do.
1' for children as it is for grownup people,

s Our big new soda fountain has not arrived, but Allie Gruber isr' and I recommend it. It is fine for la #
For cool less work and least fuel-expense use aNEW
grippe. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy.This cooking, .
on hand with the best ice cream, sherbet, frappe, lemonade, gingerY

Y. grape juice, etc, and will please you: Year's Encampment. PERFECTION r

to We cordially invite everybody to call and see our new store and Considerable surprise will be felt 1

give us a trial. We promise: to treat you right. throughout the State at the orders given Wick Blue Hame Oil CookStovethe .

for this year's encampment of theState

L SUMMER NORMAL troops. Instead of going to.the ideal stove for summer. Does everything that any other ,

.yz ITEMS OF NEWS new site near Jacksonville or to Made in l
kind of stove will do. Any degree of heat instantly.
Opened i in Gainesville Last Monday Jamestown, as many hoped the soldier -
three sizes and fully warranted. At your dealer's, or write our
boys will accept an invitation
:: 18 FAIR FLORIDA Morning.In from ,the war department to join in nearest agency for descriptive circular.
compliance with Instructions from s. '
"t with the and >i
State' Superintendent of Public In. maneuvers regular army The is the best lamp for

j :,: What is Being Done Towards the Development .; struction Holloway, the State summer the troops of this state are tc go to \.C1 Lamp all-round household !

the United States fortifications on the :Made of brass
01 the Peninsula normal school in Gainesville Monday
F Florida coast to participate in exercises i throughout and beautifully nickeled. Perfectly con-
morning June 17, at 9:30 o'clock. A
in which attacks upon the forts, structed; absolutely safe; unexcelled in lightgivingpower
; The State Good Roads Convention large number of students from every warranted.
; anoruamenUoanyroom. Every lamp .
and their defense, will be simulated.The .
is in session this week at Pensacola. section of the State, have arrived in fortifications about the Florida If not at your dealer's write to our nearest agency.

being asked for the erec- Gainesville and the indications are STANDARD OIL COMPANY .
Bids are
I coast are divided into three artillery
building at that there will be from 200 to 250 students (Incorporated)
tion of a new government districts. The: district of Pensacola
for the term.
Jamestown, for which an appropriation embraces Forts Barrancas, Pickens
made. While the system of summer nor
of $60,000 has and McCree, and Is at present com
macs has been in vogue in this State
The degree of doctor of laws was manded by Col. William F. Stewart.
'for many years this promises to be j -
conferred upon Lincoln Hulley, president the most successful ever held as under The First regiment of infantry, which Rochester Gas Engines

t of 'Stetson University, DeLand, at includes the Jacksonville companies
the new educational, when all
seventy-sixth and all organizations in the northern :t.
Dennison b
matters educational have been brought HEW DESIGN .
k commencement at Granville, Ohio, section of the state, will go to this: f .
down to a fine point, the benefit is
district. Exception is made as to the
i Thursday.
> bound to be much greater.A .
band, which will go to Fort Dade, near TwoCycleThree.Port
i The supreme court of Florida faculty of the leading educatorsof
Tampa, and it is understood that this
reversed the decision of the circuit the State has been selected for this _
arrangement is made for the reason -
which granted I
court at Gainesville, normal and is as follows:

:; a verdict in favor of Mrs. Carrie D. W. F. Yocum dean of the University that there is a regular army band at T : One to Four Cylinders
Fort Barrancas which can furnish music -
Mallard against the Atlantic Coast of the State of Florida, principal, ? %
for the troops to be assembled In l7t .
Line for $32-000 in her suit for damages psychology, pedagogy. ,, 21-2 to
that vicinity, but that there is no banJ t
,- for the death of her husband, who W. E. Knibloe principal of the Du- '

". :. was an engineer en defendant railroad. I val high school, botany, zoology, phy at Fort Dade. 100 H. P.
: .: The artillery district of Tampa embraces
t "- !;' The pineapple shipments from Fort sics. Forts Dade and DeSoto. botb Cut of our new design, 2 cycle 3-port double eylinder
.' Pierce and surrounding territory continue George M. Lynch, principal of the Made nj one to four cyliuder 2i to 100 II. P
SJto.;,. of which are located near the entrance
.11; at a rate of about fifty carloads Jasper Normal Institute, arithmetic I, to Hillsborough bay, and is commanded 5 h. p. 2-cylinders, weight 125 pounds price completewith t

t a day, although a slight falling off has algebra, geometry, trigonometry.Tom by Capt. Frank E. Harris. About reverse clutch, propellor and shaft $185 00

:.ff.:::. been noticed for the' last two cr three F. McBeath, principal of the one half of the Second regiment of In- 16 h. 4-cylinder, weight 395 pounds price completewith

-I ''.\ days. It is safe to say that Ilore..thm Gainesville graded and high school, fantry will be sent to that district, reverse clutch, propellor and shaft $500.00

.: .' cent of the entire crop has already rhetoric, English literature, English
50 per while the remainder of the regimentwill
Record of "Baby Bullet" with a RochesterEau
grammar I, composition.J. .
harvested. From some
go to Key West?: for services in
....:..) sections of the district come reports .' H. Workman, principal of the Gallie to Palm Beach, time 8} hours. Entered ten races, more than 100 miles,make s
; and about Fort Taylor, the fortification ins every lap with a variation of less than 30 se'OudPalm Beach to Eau Gallie,12p miles,
..f:. that there will be a heavy fall crop of Ocala high school, general history, in the artillery district of Key 8 3-4 hours. AH this running without a hitch. A"rite me for catalogue and prices. '

:{. ';.:>- pines, while other sections repcrt that physical geography, arithmetic II, or West, and commanded by Lieut CoL Gr.ZElevu. F. PADDXSON

err: : bloom is not yet, appearing in any thography.W. ---- -

1:" quantity.-St. Lucie County Tribune. H. Russell, principal of the TetterA Gall1.o. : : F'lorl.c1.n:

Starke school Latin ------- ----- -- -- -- -- -
high physiology, lady customer of ours had suffered ----
Mrs Annie Potts, 19 years of af2.1 TITUSVILLE LIVERY: STABLE
I civil government. with tetter for two or three years. It got
4- j. S died under peculiar circumstances P. W. Corr, Summerlin institute, w bad on her hands that she could not
Thursday afternoon at her home on attend to her household duties. One box Feed and Sale Stables
avenue Mrs. Potts had: United States history, Florida history, of Chamberlain's Salve cured her. Cham-
Evergreen political geography, English gram ar Ijerlain's medicines irivesplendid satisfaction -
been ill with typhoid fever for about H. in this community.: -II. M. Rodney 4 \VM) SADDLE HORSES

thirty days but yesterday appearedto Mrs. Ella LaF. Hamilton principalof & Co., Almond, Ala Chamtwrlain's %
be greatly improved in health and medicines are for sale by Titusville Phar BUGGIES
the primary department of the
,. her relatives were delighted at her macy. SURREYS
Starke high school, primary methods ---- --
condition. About one o'clock while reading.Dr. Weekly Weather Report.Jt'PITER. .
the thunderstorm was at its height FLJune 1*. 1907. ; and
W. F. Yocum, dean of the University -
loud clap of thunder, statement of ; of all kinds
there was a of Florida and one of the Comparative temperatarrt I
which is said to have hastened her and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. Hauling, Etc.
moot widely known educators of the irk 1MX5
of her weak heart. __ ---
death on account South is will MIX. MtMiv.
as noted be the princi D.Tr.X. :
Mrs. Potts had been married about a pal of the normal. Others who ha'ebeen June.. 11 NO 73 il "'o' 7; J. M. OSBAN, TitosiIIIe, Florida
n. w
two-months-old baby - -- --- -
year and leaves a assigned various positions 11.9< 75 S5Irt 7 i '
'S M .7t 7n 4 77 NOTICE FOR riT.LICATIOX : '
S STimesUnion. n. JAMES C. SPELL
equally prominent in the line of education ..
"t 7o .3 :: Department of the Interior. | I I
In leveling and scraping some of and altogether the term promises 17.s.j 7;'Ij 77 72 Land Office at Gainesville Fa! i and
Mound on 1*. s-> 7> !.<> 72 ) Physician Surgeon'Phone
the small mounds at Shell to prove one of the most bene5- June 17th. 19 J7 j!'
Total rainfall for the week 1.31 im-hes. Notice hereby given that Margaret M. :
J. X. Whitner's farm near this piace cial ever held in the Stat Departure rainfall for the week mim.s .10inche Allen one {.rtbe heir for the heirs ,.f Fred 17TITUSVILLE

recently, several skeletons were un Dr. Yocum, who is enthusiastic o\*'- ". \VhitI< ,.k. deceased of I'ourtenay. Fla.. has IL. FLA. .
Departure rainfall sin<>? Jan. 1st. minus tiled notice of her intention to make final
to be I
earthed. They were supposed the success of this normal (declare li.27 inches. five year proof in support of her claim, vicHi

skeletons of Indians. They: were buried that he is going to exercise every effort H. P. >inestca.l l entry No., 31.C12, made Aue Nth, i
.i : in 'barge. 1a'1. for the tmrt!vist quarter Setioa 13. ''
mound was examined nl
The PloDs
deep. make it the best a
very to summer normal Spend
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.1 Towiehip:b4. K.ingeSrt H, amt that *"i
a year or two ago by Prof. ever held in the State. He i. Cures Blood Skin Diseases, Cancer, pn .>f will he made >K>for- Clerk Cirrnit''t.u..,t ._ ..,..... ...r' .
Moore who failed to go deep enough to j I ar excellent instructor, has electelan Greatest Blood Purifier Freef at Tittisvii'.e.. m July i4lh, 114'7.! I' .IT.-fl t iur
?lie nines: the f-.I1..winr; witne"M"s to proveher ta I .
One of the skeletons nor b'Ktj; i. in-pure thin. iliM-iiH l.
skeletons. "
there is
find the excellent faculty, and : ucs ,-ontniuwu.i.l'ue upon awl cultna- : '
hot or foil of humor if you hate bln..1I (.
if the said !an-l vi/-K lwaniMVhalov
that of man perfect from tJt tine < > .II!
a be
this should not .
was why .
reason I
poison, cancer carbuncles': : e. tirg SUfiI-, .J n". H. SunU. P..'h{'. an i K. J La- lr !-t.J .
the hips up except one tooth and one case, as every instructor is an entbr- scrofula, t'C1.t'mitching, ri-mr and Km he. all ..f t',>urt.u.v.o'la, .!t-; .> c A M 1 *3 //<
finger was gone; another one was that - -- bump, caaby, pimply skin, bone pains IlE ;lY :0;. (1IUllli.. rl'jbtl'r. m rmrac.... H I r .'U '

of a child. They had been: in the A Real WonderlandSouth catarrh kin! ilisf.e, rheumatism, take Botanic, or anv Hlixid tll..1.thn l or For Agents--An- Opportunity- -- -- |V ''i-iM/l(( / -

ground so long they wt>re.t'r easily :: Dakota, with its rich silver mines ((1?. I;. L'.1 1 ;ofn all sores ache! r. % S t -y Ajfookm ,

broken.-Sanford Chronicle. bonanza farms wide ranres and tral1.-e and pains slot and the blood is- made "THE OLD WORLD ,: .._;-. .--..-.:., "/1.-. '' ".'1.It
natural formation, H a n'ritahlwOl1dt'r.. pure and rich. Dru:_rists or by exprtr- I.z,,'" .of' ........ '. '-,
Alfred Sargent, a negro, convictedof land. At .Mound City, in the home of $1 per large bottle. .Simple free by \\fit. AND ITS WAYS"DY
the murder of John SKeels an aged Mrs. E. I). Clapp, a wonderful ra:-ehealins of ins Blood Calm Co., \tlant3, Ua. P. IIIJ. over the HCT.'RY COSCH COM.
.. .
has lately oecnnvd. Her son' PANY; WALL PAFE t <;:., at }i : 1
Jacksonville several is especially advised for chn'nit.kep.- ;.t
merchant of own hcm -sitting eo"ifiTtaoiy in rocreasy
seemed near death with lung and throat seated case, as it cures after all vise tails.LEGAL William Jennings Bryan chair I You can make a better eelectcn
in the
months was hanged "Exhan tillr \ nc-I
trouble cvnghinrtspells
ago j XO\V READY rot SOLICITOUS57t J that way than by nn!acklnx: !'-e ewe'",
val county jail at Jacksonville yesterday curred every five minute," write Mrs I : NOTICE rrbEb Yoe lee ma..aots I.- Y'TY 4t.wt I
I > Iiai-rrutHw-tavo Pages Over)1) '!i'
r-.... Just before the execution the :King's i ; The Eureka Fish Company Imoriior.itftlovntmueil ;\iuut from Photographs taken '1) Mr. c.rlls-the color! ejecta irjcluUinz love. :6t fcnporteu tats w.d tuitern.Bve rat.:.t.

condemned man collapsed and had to saved his life and completely cured him. di. : businessou June 1st and will Brjan.K'Twuut-. hi. trip around. the world and his i tfiinz good in wan pi; in tie

be carried to the gallows where he "Guaranteed for l'Ouh51: and folds! throat wind up its artUin and surrender. its.ible.charterand visits to all uatU'ii Tht'l1rt'att.1lt book of z.-one. t.J .
out of business a soon as
the 'I and June trouMe. by Titu-ville Phar go I"II travel ever written The people are waiting Its ecwwmy. twr-yoa get the lowest R
was placed on a chair over Mr. F. S. Terry. of Columbia. S. C., will New rk-Cbici?" P-K-M.
macy. 5O l'. and *1.00. Trial bottle free continue the business under the name and font The agent's har\esL Outlit FREE. Will call*iui Ijfj eh Sara?*?- r-
''t. When the trap was spnm the rope style>>f Eureka Fish Company, not incorporated Send 50 cents to rover mailing; and handling. J any boor you name. Lock I:!

slipped and the unfortunate criminalwas with :Mr. George Brovkett as manager, The Thompson Pub. Co, St. Louis, Mo. them.nt-i"OT.rto the*your c..'t cW"fj heart's-cont itb -
to death. The to buy fish to supply his distributing housesat y. I' T . .',.-t- I
strangled i
slowly their opinion that it CASTOR Columbia and Charleston S. C. but will :{Mn Ira .- '. ",t:. .r... :<' I -. '..... &'.:..r.
doctors gave it as nut run any boats of hw own.
before death would For Infants and Children. All persons are hereby notified not to sell O1S"fn: :_ 'n. 1: z. .. ."r.
would be an hour L"-,.: .};;.. !' .74
anything to said Eureka Fish Co-".S.Terry. toW.ifkoo! t.'s W. ELDRED
I: ensue, so the man was hauled to the The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears proprietor except for rash: as no bills will be 3a1N.a.t ram r.,... Wee l:': :;(4'--. .)4.;'.J "1 V.
madea said Frank S. Terry. ti-.
and the drop paid by t.l -! .. .-
the gallows .
of ,
top second time. In this fall the neck theSignature ke Signed Prop.Fats Eureka S. TEBKY.Fish Co. FUR' 91 ... ;:.. .,'I),::.)<, .. fil. : Ti2 U-tc-Date Painter and Decorator
and Hi :!s. 'W.l
: % W
broken and the man was pro- of George Brockt'tt.Ianager. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
was fifteen minutes. Titusville, Fla, June 7th, 1907. t;!r .v'i.r. t,i* ,
nounced dead in

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; \ Sensation Is Sprung in Tallahassee

That May Cause Trouble. .

The Tallahassee correspondent of you bmTen't.regular,healthy morement of the
power*every liT,you're Ul or will be. Keep roar
the Times-Union tells an Interesting bowels open,and be well. Force la the shape of
Tiolent physic er pill ? dangerous. The
t?11 story of a theft that may make trouble moothest,e.'ese.most perfect way of keeping
the bowels clear and clean la to take
i; for all concerned in the teachers' examinations CANDYCATHARTIC

t ; to be held this month. According Typewriters

J; to the story:

State Superintendent W. M. Hollo- :

way and the Southern Express Company -
officials are busy investigating

t the mysterious disappearance of a tt Agents for the CelebratedFAYSHOLES

;, 'package containing the printed questions -

for the June examinations. On
the 27th of May Mr. Holloway sent Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Goody Do
of the Good. Never Su i 'n.Weaken or Gripe;10.?5 and
various -
out to the superintendents W cents perboL Write for free sample and booklet
examination on health. Address C3
counties the ques
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.
i tions. The packages were put up un-
der the personal supervision of )Ir.

office force. Mr. Mclntosb
2 Holloway's --- ------- --

e. his chief clerk, accompanied the janl Dental Officers. Typewriter

? ;t tor with the packages to the express The state Dental Society at the annual I

office and delivered them to the agent, meeting at the Hotel Continentallast

taking a receipt for each package. Mr. week elected the following officers -

$' King of the local force of the express :
t 1,000 now used in Florida
: company went down to the depot on Dr. A. S. York Live Oak, President

L the express wagon and personally Dr. A. B. Phillips, St. Augustine,

tx, checked the packages to the messen first vice president. .

f..r ger. Mr. George F. Scott superintend Dr. George D. Young, St. Augustine AhJyv f

ent'of public instruction for Pradford .second vice president.

;,a county, failing to receive his package Dr. D. G. Barnett, Arcadia, treasurer. / T t

of questions, notified Mr. Holl 'way .

I If that they had not come. Dr. Carroll H. Frink, Fersandina: ,

A second package was forwarded to corresponding secr laY. ciIg g

.F him which he has received. Mr. Ho lo- Dr. R. P. Taylor, Jacksonville, recording -

; way notified the authorities of the express secretary.Dr. .

company and efforts are being L. Colson St. Petersburg, Dr.

4 made to trace it up. N. L. Bryan, Lakeland, Dr. J. R. Tozn-

I a In the meantime Mr. Holloway was linson. Lake City Dr. W. A. Dean,

r Informed that a negro doctor of this Tampa, Dr. Guy C. Estes Palatka, executive

t county was selling 'sets of the exam- committee.

{ ination questions to negroes of this Tampa was selected as the next

county for $25 a set. At first Mr. Hol- place of meeting. A special vote of Second-Hand TypewritersALL
?j inclined to doubt the statement -
loway was thanks was extended Mr. Bemis man

j k 1 but his informant insisted that ager of Hotel Continental for many \

t such was the fact and offered to get a | courtesies.
copy of the question, which upon comparIson ,

was found to be a verbatim A Dangerous Deadlockthat

i : copy of the questions sent out from sometimes terminates fatally is the to Suit

the state superintendent's office. He stoppage of liver and) bowel fur tions.

?F had obtained the copy from a negro To disagreeable! quickly ellll sensations l this condition, Dr. Kind's without New Typewriter Repairing a SpecialtyRIBBON"S

l woman who claimed that she had paid Life Pills should always!! be your remedy.

this negro doctor $10 for them with a Guaranteed absolutely satisfactory in every

promise to pay him $15 additional case or money back at Titusville Phar-
f macy. 25c.
; when she began teaching.

S Mr. Holloway and the express officials Arrested for Embezzlement.A .

are using effort to obtain
i every
special dispatch under date of

evidence that will fix the guilt upon Wednesday: to the Times-Union, says: : We guarantee our Ribbons to be Non-Filling and
whoever stole the questions. Detectives
k John W. Jolly until recently !the
are at work upon the case. The Durable
i trusted agent for the Atlantic Coast
theft of the questions! will probably

cause Mr. Holloway to throw out the Line Railroad Company, at Leesburs.: 75 cents each, or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach-
was arrested this morning by Sheriff
examinations, for all negroes in Leon
t Murrhee, who brought the prisoner ine. Any color.
i county, and may possibly cause the ,
here today for a preliminary camina-:!
entire examination all over the state
tion before June J. B. Milan. This arrest .:
to be thrown out. At present it is ----
was made at the instance of the
t impossible to say whether the distribution
American Surety Company of Now CARBON PAPER
of the questions is local or generaL -
York, which is on the bond of Jolly tOur
Every precaution has teen taken
_ to prevent any questions being stol- for whom two warrants were issue. Carbon Paper is the Best $1.65 to $4.00 per
one of which charges him with haw;
r en. The printing of them is done ta' .t
embezzled 2,11S and the other war box 100 sheets to the box.
different point each year, and Is ,
rant is for the alleged forgery; of eight
kept secret. Mr. Holloway has issued
receipts purporting to represent that Can furnish any size, any color.
the following letter to the superintendents -
number of money packages aggregating
4 of the different counties:
$1,317, which Jolly claimed to have "
Tallahassee. Fla., June Z 5, 1907.-
fcrwarded by the Southern Kxpre
County Superintendent Public Instruction Company for deposit with the Has!: i
f ? d -:My Dear Sir: On the 27th ultimo -
Toast Savings and Trust Corrpanv i') R. C. DAVIS & CO.
{ I sent to Hon. George F. Scott, Palatka. The shortage was iiscovttd -
county superintendent public instruction
by G. W. Watkins, the traveling
Starke Fla., an express !package
auditor, who says that when he con
containing tie questions for tae June
fronted Jolly with these receipts h- FIB
examination. This package: ; has nev-
broke down and confessed that he ban
er reached its destination, an.! I have ,
.I forged the names of the express ms-
strong reasons to believe that the
'1 senger in the hope of deceivng! th'
same was stolen. It is highly probable -
auditor and thus cover his shortt .'
1 up ;
i that the thief has distributed the
The defendant was arraigned Iwfii'tjuilqe !
que-t'1T"; Contained: in this nackag"
Milan this afternoon and wa-
throe;': jt the.Hte.! especii: !!''
held in default of bail in the sum t'l!
among: the negro applicants for teach
S-VHH. to await the action of the gram!
ers certificates.
.nirv- at the October term jl the ciici.:i --
In view of the above facts. I writeto "ourt -

request that the examination: be
y ----------
conducted with all possible diligence Indigestion

4 looking to the detection of fraud Jf OF SEA ROUTES
With it- (companion". heart burn, flatulence ; QUEEN
there be any. I request also, that torpidity Hf the liver, ..>n=tipation. ; ,
the grading committee be advised oft palpitation ()the heart, poor l'lc.l.! C'Ii i'FP i
headache and 1 other
this nervousymitom| ?,
circumstance and if it detects -. .
sallow !-kin. foul tongue, ollensive fireathind .// "' _". ._.. f'. ,.
t= any appearance of fraud, that you and I a legion of other iilment-i is at .. /
once ;" '$ ,,' 9 ..
the county board of public instruction the ni bl widespread! and J t'. -, ;\("....." /' ;.;- .,,- Merchants & Miners SteamEhip Lines
i be advised of the same at once. I among the American: |'*i>ple_ <,. ; .- :) ...<
The Herbine treatment will all the .
shall thank you to use all possible ef- lure M' "O"'r: r ,.,- o- I\ if'U" BET\VEEN---
trouble ;oOc. liott e. old by Il't.1 Cross :, 1. ...
for In the matter of the preservation Pharmacy.! ._ ," :I : 1I '- 1 t
:. 1 \.j" ,. _.\,.Jc4."kto :
and honest enforcement of the .
examination ,-.

-I law.Please For Over Sixty Years -".',- /:..'"...,.."-',:.;:"r.--D"-- :: -".,)0h ...'.,...--,'I'.--..." SAVANNAH, BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct .

advise me at once of any irregularity Mrs. Win !ows' Soothing: Syrup has !
been u>-eil for over sixty years by -Millions!
in the examination. .s"sof nil l!
of mothers for their children while teething \ few this reiiif 5r in- ------ Connections for -
Yours very truly, variably cure an ordinary atu.k of
: with t erfect fcucce'-s. It smoothes the
W. M. HOLLOWAY, child, soften! the gums allays all pain, diarrhoea.
1 It alt le New York and Boston.
can ays depndMl IUHJIIevtn Washington \
State Superintendent( Public Instruc- cures wind colic, and is the best remedy in LL':: mere severeatttt''bof; .
for diarrhoea It will relieve the
i poor .
ri'"J .
claim rr'i; and cholera m > <
little-ulferer immf'liatt.'lv.Old:: hv drnisri
It ii t'Cn;.I1J sneCKeiul: for I'llnnnf-r
A Happy : !'ts in every pan of the world. Twenty-
diarrh ea and thulera iiifintr.m in Tliroimh: tickets on sale at principal points.U'commodatioiu .
bottle Be (
five cent a sure and ask for
will see that her baby is properly carwlforto I children. awl i-i the in anb of saviuzthe : .
do this a good purcative is neces "Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup, and lives of many children each jear 'II and cuisine nudlrpacsetia
tike other k'nd.
no Guaranteed under)
suffer from ..
sary. Many babies worms When reduc l with water auJsweetened .
and their mothers don't know it-if your the food and drnsrs act, June 30th I'JOG.tria ;. it is pleasant to take SEND FOR BOOKLET.
\ number 101'3.
1. 1 baby is feverish and doesn't sleep at Every man of a family f.ln nM keep l
nights, it is troubled with worms. White's u this remedy in his home. Buy it now.i i
4 Cream Vermifuge will dean out these CA. ; TORLA. PRICE, ,)( LARGE Sin:. 'Joe. I II. C. AVERYCom'I( A -'ent, Jaekol title.J. .

a : worms in a mild! pleasant way, Once gear,the its Ks Yaa Has Jsats Blot
PriceY C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. 4 T.M., W. P. TURJlER, P. T. Ids!
; a tried always used. Give it a trial. Siguture 1# I
; 25 cents. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy. Qf GENERAL OFFICES BALTIMORE MD.

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HTOUGETUP An Okeechobee Survey.St. 'fi., .

', .
".. 1 &; ( Lucie County Tribune.) I SOCIOLOGICALGovernment I 4r

t 4 wIT A LAME Tom t
BACK ? Tyre has Just returned from '"
e ,
,7 : .
'., ';'t Stuart where he has been for the last Ownership Inevitable. I 1

i l-t-0. Kidney Trouble Makes You 1di5Cab>G three weeks with the Evers Etglneeruig James J. Hill president of the Great >
41"" 1'i' :' tl.Lj
'JI''i1"'Ju.t' Company, making a survey of the Northern, upon arriving at New York
; 'f.,; Almost who reads the <
everybody news- to the an Interview in which :
water gave press
proposed route from Stuart bLake
4i !1: .papers is sure to know of the wonderful he said that eventually he believed that :

... P_ _II \ i cures mad by Dr. Okeechobee for the South Florida the gQt'ernmentt'ouJd be forced to :
... '
a #'< ; I Ki1mer'sswam-Roo. Navigation Company. Mr.
?t' Tyre [
,.4 ;: ..F',, I the lend its credit to the railroads In- order CASTORIA t
: : Ili great kidney, liver says that the survey just completed. Is based 4.'f'
.g..., and bladder remedy. to finance their necessities,
, t It Is the great medicaltriumphofthen from what he can gather, a gratifying- 'upon the demands of the public for better 'f''f't

:. j 4 n. e- surprise to the company as the reports -: renditions of the service and that ;
k ,,,. ;' f.i. teenth are much more favorable to the this would eventually lead to government .
&!5i$ covered after yearsdf ownership of the railroads. He
successful prosecution of tho enterprise '
U scientific research by added however that if such a thing The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been 1j} J
:: Dr. Kilmer, the eminent than the Fries report to the gorrnor. in use for 30
a{ ,: t: comes to pass it would mean the. end over years, has borne the signatnre of ) 1,

"1' J -.' _. kidney and bladder of republican government Mr. Hill ( and has been made under his per- ; 0:
specialist and ,
Iswoadcrfufly I'
The Incalculable '
Importance of a also said there had been a general sonal
successful In promptly curing supervision since its infancy. ;

'!.. lame back, kidney bladder, uric acid trou- waterway from the Atlantic to Lake slowing up in business during the past Allow no one tode.ceiT'eyouin this. 1 .

1i bles and Bright's Disease,which is the worst Okeechobee and probably to the Gulf, year or so. and he thought this tendency All Counterfeits, Imitations "Just-as-good" are but i

form of kidney trouble. can be readily seen. Vast acres of would continue.In Experiments
that trifle with and endanger the health of
Dr Kilmer's j
Swamp. oot Is not recommended regard to the matter of the breaking ,
$ hitherto inaccessible and untlllable ,
Infants and Children Experience '
for against Experiment.
everything but if have kidney }
you of steel rails he did not hesitate to .:I
fiver or bladder trouble will be founds land will be drained and opened; ade- i
that the steel trust tryingto
,. Just the remedy you need. It has been tested quate transportation facilities inaugurated charge
make too much by working 1
In so many ways. In hospital work,la private money What is CASTORIACastoria
for the moving of the tc
ft practice, among the helpless too poor to purl crops; overtime and otherwise failing to put .

!: chase relief and has proved so successful in say nothing of a nearer and cheaper out a first, class article. lIe said his is harmless .' i
a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric \ t
every case that a special arrangement has route for freight from the gulf ports to experience was that the open hearth

:"j! : been made by which all readers of this paper the East Coast The enterprise Is a rails were more breakable than the Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. 16 ': _

who have not already tried it, may have a bessemer. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic ,

r jt sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book magnificent, one and should appeal to substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms 4

f".':, telling more about Swamp-Root and how to every promoter of the State's welfare. Roct as an Optimist.In and Feverishuess. ) !
,. allays It cures Diarrhoea and Wind :
it find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. his closing lecture at Yale on the _

When writing mention reading this generous: Badly Mixed Up "Responsibilities of Citizenship" Secretary Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation

offer In this paper of State Root pointed out that and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the 'I

-t. ; send your address Abraham Brown, of Winterton, N. Y., the present outcry against rebates and Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.

W' Dr.Kilmer&Co.. had a very remarkable experience; he prosecution of rebating corporations"is The Children's l-anacea-The Mother's Friend. _
:' 'f bamton N. Y. says: "Doctors got badly mixed up over i i
regular fifty cent and Hotn.of8wMnp.Boot. me; one said heart disease; two called it not evidence that we are grow- :

dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. kidney trouble; the fourth, blood poison, ing worse, but evidence that we are GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS !

and the fifth, stomach and liver trouble; growing better, that our governmentis

Don't make any mistake, but rememberthe but none of them helped me, so my wife applying a higher standard of jus- '
name. Swamp-root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- advised trying Electric Bitters, which are tice In the control of public utilities." Bears the Signature of
Root, and the address, Binghampton, \. Y. restoring me to perfect health. One bottle V" }
on bottle. lie reached this conclusion after reviewing -
It did me more ood than all the five
a long series of discreditable
Silk Industry tn Florida. doctors prescribed." Guaranteed to cure events in American history, dating
blood poison, weakness and all stomach, *4
(Tampa Tribune.) liver and kidney complaints by Titusville back to revolutionary days. lIe referred %

After carefully prospecting around Pharmacy. SOc.O to the days of the Credit Mo- f
bl'ier scandal when stock of powerful .
Hillsborough county, Mr. Piccolatal of .A. S ? C> H.%A.. corporations was peddled to law mak- rs t

r New York has chosen Jackson Heights Bean thsBfcuta Have A wa>s 871JA ers who were to pass upon measures The Kind You Have Always Bought .

zs as the best suited location for his proposed dl'-.J-- affecting those Interests, and added

mulberry plantation and silkworm of that such a thing would not now be
In Use For Over 30 Years. i
Industry.A tolerated. He said that the: rebatingfor
Another Florida Line. .
deal was consummated yesterday which great corporations are now 55- THC ctimun co Mny. r-uIIA.STMCT. few TOM ama

(Gadsden County Times.: ) pursued are merely a form of discrimInatory -\
between A. PIccolatai, of New York,
The Mexican Gulf Railway be rate which once prevailed
and the Bivens-Smith Realty Co., of
All railroads did it
put down on the calendar as a sure 5
this city, whereby the former has acquired thirty years ago, and "that was the

,t a valuable tract of land in the thing. way they built up their business and :

northern part of the Jackson Heights Recent developments show that the country through which they ran."

subdivision, where he will immediate I powerful interests in the East have But people began to look at it differently '

t y ly plant a large number of the finest joined hands with Georgia capitalists and note the injustice of such VICTOR

for the express purpose of building methods. It was an "advance of
Imported mulbery trees and eventually
-' them. this line. An announcement to this moral standard which gave life to laws Talking Machines Supplies and
: raise silk worms or which had been dead before." ,
Until a few months ago, A. Picco- end was made in New York last Thurs-
Records sold
y latai was treading the board at an day. 1 L MISCELLANEOUS'' by '
faro roads the Hawkinsville and
.: Italian theater in New York city. He

was one of the most popular tragedians Florida Southern, operating 41 milesof j INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE f- .

there and his income was such track and the Flint River and Gulf, President: Begins Vacation. th
President and Mrs. Roosevelt left ;ts..r{
' '' considerable operating 32 miles of track, have been TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA
that he saved money Washington June 12 and went to their

and decided to establish himself in purchased and consolidated, and those country home at Oyster Ray on Long -, -- -

the silk worm industry. About a form the first link of the Mexican Gulf Island, for the summer. They were

month ago he came to Florida for the which will be extended from its present greeted( by a throng of their fellow

purpose of securing the right ground, terminus, Pelham, to Quincy and I townsmen upon their arrival.

which he has at last succeeded in do- the Gulf. Prize Art Works Rejected.The Florida East Coast RailwayLocal

The road will give Quincy connec- much discussed painting by Gas-

ing.There tion with the Southern Railway at ton La Touche, "The Bath" a first
is probably no other industry Tune Card No. 79. In Effect April f, 1901.
prize winner, has been rejected by the
r which requires much experience Hawkinsville. It will cross the Georgia -
as art committee of the Carnegie instituteat SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.l'aily INo.
constant does the raising Southern and Florida and the At-
and care as
ciut Pitt<;burg as being to objectionon 1- '
open t !
: 3n :No. 291 \a 78o.,: 28
of trees and silk worms. lantic Coast Line, and without a doubt STATIONS t00 -,...
i the score of immodesty and also the Dally Daily l Daily I Daily """
I The berries as well as the cocoons will give our city some very desIra- second' and third prize winners. The 00 C't 6 uxw! 9 WAil Lv....._.... J&cl..>QOV me............'r! i 2iPIII1 IS fJlJUI O"tG ,...
be cultivated successfully bya ble and much needed traffic advantages accepted pictures are East's "Return- i can only 'b 7b10 2".11'4Mwi' ..._.--.-t. _\II .lIstln ............ 6 l'iP11'1 7 ('
great deal of care on the part of the ins From Church, "Christ at the Home "0 C 7 sMss: 0 ........._.... lia'tines....._. ..... S 6 4.55MI
of Mary and Martha" by Henry O. _80_Ses _l1 34.5,Lv..Ea.t .alalka..Lv r. 1_ 2&aMI j >
planter.Mr. The Situation In Havana. Tanner, colored of Philadelphia and .... 83j.12 OO'l\r___... l'ftdJ.L..J.v: Ti 5Dii I 6 gas, 0 4In I
Piccolatai claims to be thoroughly In 2.:NPwI 12O 1I1.v.......... .... penka.: .._....... _S_3iDii. 6 Saw! .M... Z '
"River \Vinter Twachtman of
(Key West Citizen.) by 9 Z",'M1 3 'o'IIr......___San; Mateo..Lv{ 3 30vn 510 AMI. v
.t i ( familiar with everything per Cincinnati. 0\ C 3 _7 Susa Ly.::::._.......San Mateo.--.Ar 9 2 awr I 7 4-iMi! '-j i
the There is no cause for alarm over the .. .......Bunnelis..Lv 6 2Ps
taining to the cultivation of worms 9 Oiw 12 345 J\ 5 3aM1 t O-C
j t', yellow fever situation in Havana. lrp Twenty-one Killed In Cloudburst. N VJ 91:w 12 4(5'M ,. ..._-......._ir.ont-....._..___..., 4110.; >",I 5 2.5x51 ,.""..
rt and he will for some time to come beili : .\t lrndy\ile. Ky., June 7 a cloudburst I9 .... 1 la Mj: ----. t InaoIJlI___ .. 3 5451; 4 57c1) .J
to yesterday only three cases had been .- F) ( 1 Saw __.. lJaytoD" ._ 3 4fiw: 4 4:'t5' ICS
(kept very busy getting the plantation swelled the stream near by so 101a.1' lr.PII: _._Portttrange. M__ 3 3.:" 4 &e 111 ]'
his assistants reported as follows: One case at Xu- 3-. 2 erS .tr... ... \..w Smyrea.I.v 3 Iaw. 41O21s5 M. '
in such shape that can rapidly: that the town was swept away, .- 1-4 10 : .. : (
eva Paz on March 31, one case at Xu- and lives were lost. 4 2Lw .tr?.__ Lake lle.t'o .._....Lvj 1145w,6 :c,..s
ilt take care of it. twenty-one t:""'" 10 41 y At frequent intervals in the past eva de Ray May 15, and one at Sia Sinking of Battleship Launch. 10 4.' M 4 evv "l---.Orange- tatsJunrt..t L}l 5ts I 61tuM () ",

d )-2 G.\t.w: : ..._.. -\T :3 I : I Oi.ev 0 ...
Nicholas May 26. The two first named r 10 4sst 1jV: :-myrua. ,""
t, f.= twenty years, financiers have considered fate at nizlit June 10 while a party o 11 !:!Ptl 23iPw .. _.__....II.lLk lIiIL..__.., 1.\1 23iwf.vvl 340twt '" =' JC
patients are convalescent the !a* ofha midshipmen and crew of five :svM 3131 .... 1 ihe"' t1.sw .. '
1-' the advisability o starting a silkindustry ; ::::::. ::::::::: .I.y 12 .
.... ter died a day or two ago. This is saidto seamen were returninc! in a launch to VJ + 11 1eS, ;AFv'.tr:._._...:anr..l -.- ......Lv, 11 5ewl a:.w _.
, in this state on account: oft O '-c I 6 :: r1l. 11 naM Iv:... _.__. "anf.r ...__..... ;M 5 l s lI, 1l larwii =' ..
i of Dr. Stan:! ld, th-ir; *.!Iil.. the battleship :Minnesota at i -
the ex-
be report
the favorable climatic and geological : ; -3 lh __.:...... Aril; Mi a J 'it chief of the Public Health and Hospital :Norfolk: they were Io>t, being rundown 'rJJ r '" 12 ::11J11 i 3 .o,1INCocoa1..._.._...Lv' 11PW1 2 :!'lAMI ( )
, if conditions, but Mr. Piccolatai is the .y sne i..i* service.All 1 tesai, I awe -.- bm aJhe ...---. N' lZ 43'si: 147i1 ro+ ..riQ
first one who has backed up his Ideas Deaths. r '" I 1 1'ae, I xrM; .. __Melbourne._._. 1232vrt 1 aAII.I ('
1:: of the patients were promptly '- '. __' 1253A1fj
1 1 ;'lCi I 5>> IIFII. -ebllstJan. 4JAat! LrLi
with the cash. jiflr.i T. Mjrcm of Alabama uestorr ..
i necessary ; I ,. ..... "
t well screened to orev.ntthe :? 5 5fi\It -- :-t. Larie.- }oio'JJI,, 11 0x5
Work will be commenced at once, isolated and tti. t'uital: States senate died at .i :01, 6 Ia"w Fort Pierr'v_...__ 10ie: +1 11'Los, Z
..t. : inoculation of mosquitoes. O 04 a ."rJII 6 :7v. __TlbbaUs.__......._ 101tlty' 11 2IPN4 Z
.c' and it is more than likely that under \ : i residence June 11. lie ..- C) ;, ,i".1. 6 U"'j" _1deD..m..." JI HIJI. 1l I'a. (D
There is statement in the Havana: !Is-,' member of that fur '.. 1t. t !1 '.. 0
no gad u a Nxiy 6lrSM' : rn
.- tj Mr. Piccolatai's skillful management ;; i .; : ;:, :: :==: : ::. : : ::::.:: ::: :: :;. ::

; be industry in papers as to why there was such a thirty ." ,-/lrs. He will be succeeded byge .:. ._..J __.h..b4; ................... .- : ;:J. 'I! 1. '
to large
this will grow a _4 00 ,. .. .. .
\ long delay in placing the quarantinein ;'rivent.itve llankhead. who stor.l j ::7.11, 7 45 _,_.West. Jup:ti r. I t sum 10'i...M4J rJ'J
this state. y,4 a II:... S IoMWest .r.tuY..M-- C4' 9 :1''''' _
: .it tale head of the list of favorites in
force and it is supposed that the is: M tice :: Be' I S2 III, 9' .," C
J' C- the |>arty primaries.Miss .Cj CJ :. v' S .rtf- ;l ___...._Dil-y------------------- I M ;;t&r 8 ." "0 =_
Doctor Nicholas not iagno t.l_ :. ..
Man His Own case at San was : i '
Every .r.
; : Julia Mnsruder: the novelist, is j t"p..c "a-I 6 :is 9 F ::== : 7.-! : i ..::: :. ,:: ; : .Y :; t yi
's:; The average man cannot afford to employ ed as yellow fever until the patient lead in I: r'hmoLs1. Va.. after a pro = :s I i 1,11 !y .... __.__.u..J; :: J&. ._..._.... ,. . t
t II) 2'i Lens Ciir._ 6 7 4 r
ailment 't
r. :' :, a physician for every slight bal died. 'rwt..1 illness. She was firt '- 'neyears :-I .. 1'lY t! r==_. I ..: ::: t.t 6.s. i'i ; (:)
: or injury that may occur in his familynor '>ld. She was a native of ChariottesVa. :- ,f ,v :.t i t MiamL t P1
.r can he afford to neglect them, as to \\"a..h,1 __ i 1'i .' : ::==: Ar_L::; MFiome iead::::=;i Le ::::::_.. :: 12! +.
1,1 ::":>. .. and her home was in : -
slight an injury as the scratch of loss a of pin MICA ;_ -n. Most' of her stories were written : : except sanday.N" .
has been known to cause the a ,
i Hence man must from necessity ince 1-S". .. :3 SO:19 f .1'c.: '.'1
limb. every Kali .0.1" : .. .
o o.:1):
I 1.1. k lltalJ'I' I Dui00.1" 10
be his own doctor for this class of Hrlen M. floujrar. the well known \1.UI'OJT 1.1.Cll
K -un. 1.x I Lx.: -','
ailments Success often depends upon Axle /.. Ti>->!|w>rane leader an.l lecturer, dropped Only Dany 'I>a.,Daily. i Daily I Suo.7 ,'Daa. Daily 1'.1ly, 0.,:.
r'; prompt treatment, which can only be off the Toad,. dead at Ler home in Infayette.Ti 9- ItIS-.v'r.9;: e'Y'+ 100xLt.' =:-Jw._>Arti.e...._. Ar7 O--;. ,-liA4 f----.
, had when suitable medicines are kept at :.>> \ dtoll1hC&nJ. load.1c l.! of heart failure. She way seventyears 9 r..II/ :,.o y.- j" v. :,Vr4 10 erw Lv.-s- Jacky; ,aciile..Ar6 S2tMite 12 ;=" ',_'.. 9 lkit
.' Chamberlain's Remedies have 'C'h an.} ) >>", ::r'l; 1!ft, :._ iw W'aaLv_._..Pabl.Eea, h...._...Ar6M-w50'sx12: :" ."*e 8'
. hand. .'\ tClI1Fs :. > od.! I' ::','s7"'a5.,,?_ .: r !oj i I;'' i.----l'! !Irre; Urad}.....,. .Ir61 i :t7'.v ', ; \ ', n.. 831iPtt.i
S.' '. been in the market: for many years and teamster.pTacticallS tike Earthquake In China. .i i I 5OP'Cir-Ijllc"_ :; v 11_'--=.:\:....._.._..... ...l.t, _,..'.11.::"::" 'a, :. (.q a 2ew
enjoy a good reputation. the
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar dcsti tLcitictiot New by hip from X inkian:;. China FEMSSOJa! AND I) (OCCil' M.a STEAMSBIP COSMCTMSS{; AT SUXL

t'r rhoea Remedy for bowel complaints. es {tOCl is t.' the effect that not less than !!<.'.>

' :J Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for fat coUlCS h toau't.'", per-:*!!* had been killed in an earthquake Close Connexion Made: at Miami with! Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. C
) coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough! year ,,overTOU theand 1itColtiu in that vicinity.Ancient .
\-> Chamberlain's Pain Balm (an antiseptic th ns ehicle p; KEY WEST AND HAVANA.Trains .
bruises burns, yea .
liniment) for cuts, .01a11a11) Rome
swellings, lame back and rlieu of a \hetOuet )11s'kne'c Discharge Passengers at fhip's Sid. No Transfers.
\\ ::1lctfot i i1l now merely! a memory of the ra&t.
' -
S matic pains.Chamberlain's stomach and Liver Tablets Ballard's Snow Liniment is the family The L.5 Azle Gtcase' s1i liniment of the twentieth century. A from the "" \'e lll&ti..nhlt, tbelrarrhaJ '.r oj. ;a-;. ., "' :L. i.r: I', dated Is not g1ara"tte4
t for constipation, biliousness and stomach \L CO nor nthncomrwnytol be helol respomtbl.fora.ydt.a'-- "a e'inencesarisinSthetefrVm.
oitive cure for rheumatism, burn, cuts,
troubles. S11) t..rrra\04 Mr. C. II. Run-
i-praks etc.
Chamberlain's >aloe for diseases of the neuralgia, "I For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
4 yon. Stanberrv, Mo., writes: havec
skin.k ,ed Snow Liniment for rheumatismand "SEE THE "
bottle of each of these five preparations : TICKET AGENT.
l ,II ,6 costs; but f 1.25. For sale by Ti- ,,praise.all" I by can't Titusviile say enough its ,J. D. RAHNER, As t. Qen'l Pass. Agent ST. AUGUSTINE: FLA.

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F3VHC UPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty Mr. and Mrs.John Brown and family -! JAMESPRITC1UBD.President. W.M.BBOWN,Vice-Pmident.
experience all kind of repairing S.BRA..1iNING. Cashier. *
years ;
done,nice and cheap; also ladies'and men' Mrs. F. W. Munson, Mrs. Chris {
..,. shoes made to nr lr.sU Brown, of Chicago, and Miss Mary I rmgL j : '

43w.**3a. and Mr. Carl Wittfeldwere among Indian River State Bank :l

f LATEST COUNTY the; number, also Mrs. Lilly Sems, of

St. Augustine? Hair

x4 MS NOTESLittle :Mr. Rogero has arranged with Lhe! COUNTY =P=CRY .j.

Capt. Casper to run his boat for the Authorized Capital, $100,000; Paid-np Capital, $25,000; Average Deposits, 1200,000 ,
Happenings That Help to lake summer and he will take a vacation There are four verses. Verse 1.Ayer's .

to St. Augustine in the hope of regaining -
Up the Weekly SewspaperCOCOA I Vigor stops falling GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
I I his health. His wife and hair. Verse 2. Ayer's Hair :
children will him and
accompany !
4 Vigor makes the hair grow. BANK OX THE RIVER
they expect to leave tomorrow. We LARGEST AND OLDEST

Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Packard and hope the rest and change will do won- Verse 3. Ayer's Hair Vigor Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated.

% daughter are spending a vacation at ders for Mr. Rogero and that he will cures dandruff. Verse 4.Ayer's Prompt service. polite treatment and every favor consistent
Hair: Vigor makes the with conservative banking granted
Oceanus. return to us quite well and strong.

t :Mrs. S. F. Travis and :Miss Evelyn Rest and change are about the best scalp healthy, and keeps it so. CORRE>PONDENTS:

Travis left on Tuesday for a visit remedies to be found for the over- I: is a regular hair-food ; this: Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway! New York City;The Atlantic National Bankof
Jacksonville: Jacksonville, Florida
c : with relatives in Virginia. While worked business man. is the real secret of its wonderful -

I there they will attend the James- Dr. Holmes was in town on Mon- success. TITlfSVILLE, FLORIDA. '

town exposition. Co!.Travis accompanied day to see F.V.. Munson. About The best kfcii of a testimonial .j,

them as far as Jacksonville.Key midnight his son Howard arrived to "..8)1d.'- ."for-over. .sixty. years." E. L.Groceries BRADY & BRO.
.iI I :+a4a b7 J.C. t 'e-Co...Lo..U.Uasa.IU ,
& Allen are driving an artesian take him over to Canaveral light to Also m3U11feoturerllllt

1 well for Mr. Fiske on his river see the little child of Tom Knight. $AaSAnrAILLtiij
piusC2ES2Y Grain and all Food Products.We
J Hay .
I lot. Mr. Fiske will erect several Howard had crossed the island at ) ,

_' dwellings on his lots in the south end Courtenay, taken a launch and gone handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusivelyin
the above lines of goods,and solicit the trade of all a.consumers. Write us for prices OD
of town. to City Point, then down here & BRO.,TrresVILLE.Fu.
.1 came -- --- -- ---- --- --- --- Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L.BRADY

R' Mrs. J. C. Jones and children, of after the doctor. The return trip to Redstone & Son are pushing on the .

Klondike,were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Courtenay via launch, seven miles new Thousand Island club house as S. J. N"ORTON"9Staple

-i.j J. M. Sanders. across the island by team, across the fast as possible. Another large load

4 Mrs. Stradley and her daughter Banana by launch and the drive of of lumber was delivered on the and Fancy Groceries Hay, deice oflal1 !
five miles to the light was quite a ground this week. Pro Kinds
Y Mrs. B. Williams, left last week
r trip for a tired man, who had already The Rogero and freightline
for their old home in Henderson, passenger VEGETABLES SPECIALTY:
been from home several days and had
4 ,'l N. C. on Indian river has been boughtout Ti1usvillo. : : F1or1dn.r .
Mesdames Lipp and Aldrich little sleep. The mosquitoes were by Tropic and Eau Gallie capital,
returned -
i bad that night also, but the doctorwas and the Mystic will be in charge of
u on Monday from a week's =rr r r rr r Jr=r1"r r r--r r Jr=rr r r T r J
up and away as brave and cheer- C. H. Casper for the future with
the beach.
outing at
ful as ever. We have not yet heard Eau Gallie for the terminal landing, TITUSVILLE BOAT CO.
Mrs. A. Prevatt and :Miss Edna
from the baby but hope that How-
the head office will. also be at Eau
Prevatt, of City Point, were in town in vain and
ard's long trip was not Gallie.
Monday. Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers
on that the doctor arrived in time to
Mrs. Treutler and Miss Lizzie
:> Cocoa has.a great supply water- save the little life. The government Hornig will leave for Chicago next 1\I.Iarin.e: Fl.ai1vvay k f

melons on hand. ought to put up a telephone between
week be months.
1$ Capt. C. H. Casper has purchased Canaveral and City Point or Titus- to away two Launches carefully stored for the summer monthsr
The first of the Eau Gallie
.* the Rogero steamer line and will run ville. It is asking a good deal of a copy
jg: =r---r r J r c r r- terr J r r-LCr J r tr rj -J==r=J
F Record will make its this
$. the boat as usual. man to place! his family so far beyondthe appearance
week. is behind this
Ample capital
t t? Mr. and Mrs. Green, of Fruitland, reach of--a physician.--- enterprise \\ithordinary busi- Jas. Pritchard & Son
visiting Mr. Ben Wells and the .1
are its successes assured.J. .
Here's Good Advice ness ability
L children. Titusville, Fla.
O S. Woolever, one of the best! known T. Snell has returned from his f-
;& ; t Mr.Huston disposed of his house- merchant of LeUa5tle, X. Y, says! : Agents for the
trip to Bovine and Lake Washington.J. .
hold furniture auction last Satur- "If Ion are ever trw'ital! : with jules apply
by T & M Reversible
ttn 'kletiN Arrim :Salve It urwl m* W. Rosbiter is building a fish Original
_ : .... day. Col. Travis made a good auc- them> fir jjool 20 't'nrsgn." Cnri"
y t, i.: { tineer. every !'ort'nun.t, bnrn or abrasion. 2:>.:, pound at Canaveral bight. MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES .
at TitnsvileI'harlllatw.! Mrs. Knox and family are spend-
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schoonmaker Thoroughly covered by patents *
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ing few days at Daytona while
: have moved into the cottage recently TROPICWe a on t The Engine that Runs Without Repairs
the to their home in Arkansas.
r occupied by :Mr. Chancey.Mr. .
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: have nice galvan-
now a new ----
These motors are safe and reliable and
and Mrs. A. 0. Lapham are ized tank for our school house and For Florida's Orange InterestTo
I he alcohol kerosene i
can operated by or
occupying their new residence. will soon have a book case. A much the Orange Growers of Florida. with as good l re"uits as by using gasoline

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Huston and son better way to care for the books than In order to market in the most successful -

} r Arthur left on Wednesday for Wash- formerly.
manner possible the next and

r i ington. Miss Nellie Schofield visiting relatives future orange and grape fruit crops NEW CASH GROCERY STORE

,, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Chancey moved and friends in Miami and at of Florida, to avert a repetition of

: -. into their new residence near the de- Homestead for a few weeks. the disasters heretofore caused by V Fl'LL LINK ('I- ST.PLEXD FANCY G1uCEit1F... f
dishonest unwise improper
pot. School closed Friday, the three or ma-

t. I Mr. Martin has charge of the months due from last year. It reopens nipulation, to protect the orange interests We buy as low as possible and H-!II! for cash: tht'rt'filre11 the cheapefct. .I
look over our tock awl l get: our pries IK fore" buj"irg.: "
't i freight station during Mr.Packard'svacation. Monday with Mrs. Schofield as of Florida against all foes Corner Minand: Hopkintrct't

: and competitors, to compel an adequate -
teacher for a six months' term. G- :EI:. :ECE: : .TEC;: W CO.,
Mrs. H. Wyatt and two children, and efficient transportation .
i Mrs. John R. Carter and children, Till -VII.I.E.: FLoHW.r' .\.
l i of Braidentown, and Mrs.L. Roberts of Miami, are visiting relatives here.It :service and to accomplish many other .

and two children, of Jacksonville, things for the promotion and welfareof
back in
possible they
may come r='=r=Jr=' F.:; C= 'r='r== =
are visiting their mother, Mrs. E. A. the fall for the winter gardening.The the orange industry of Florida,

t : : Johnson, who is recovering from her the undersigned earnestly request)
freight launch Mystic ha G. C. Matthams, President T. V. Moore Secretary "
r recent accident. that all the orange and grape fruit
changed hands. Mr. C. H. Casper, y
----- -- growers of Florida meet at the boardof E. P. Porcher Crutchfield & Woolfolk
Do Not Neglect the ChildrenAt of this place, is the present owner. trade rooms in Tampa at 10 o'clock General Agent F. O. B. and in Transit Sales Agents 4
We feel that he will make
sure a success -
this-asoM of the year the first nn Thursday, June 27.
natural 1 loobene" of a chi'd's! bowe.: of it. His experience is of many .
t should have imu.ed.ate attention The years' standing, having run on the W. S. Knight, Plant City Fla. Indian River and Lake forth ;
l-st thing that c.iu be given is Chamberlam's Henry Tandy, Winter Haven, Fla.
j Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea llmedr large steamers that were here years
A. M. Wilson. Miaka, Fla. I
!i fjllowed by tuHor oil as!:! lireite ii
i ; will1! each bottle of the rt-umlv. Forsaiel ago.The C. P. Parrish, Parrioh Fla. Pineapple Growers' Ass'nTO
Titiisville! l'hilrlUa().. prize offered by Mr Merrill, F. D. Wait, Palmetto, Fla.
of Kansas City for the neatest clean-
F. C. Armstrong Terra Ceia, Fla. SHIPPERS
t :' GEORGIANA est work, freest from mistake, and h
G. R. Langford, Bowling Gre n. We arc prepared to sell jour pines F.O. Bn in transit,market I 1
r Rev. A. V. Hiscock and Olin showing greatest improvement, was 1
son ,
H. G. Nicker&on, Florence Villa.T. or export. We are your sales agents, not speculators on your
1 of Welaka, have been spending a won by Nellie Schofield. Frank Morris A. Currie, Eagle Lake, Fla. 00 fruit or buyers wishing to get your fruit as cheaply as possible.

r week in Georgiana visiting old friends won the prize for the greatest Kirkhuff & Crouter, Braidentown. fill This association is the growers organization, for the grow-

and looking after various business number of headmarks in his class '11'' ers' protection and interest. The grower is safeguarded by I
3 Josiah Yarn, Braidentown, Fla. : i the standing of its officers and agents. Shipping stencils or
affairs. Plenty of rain and mosquitoes.Mr. W. C. Hayman, Gillette, Fa.! ill!! stamps and shipping books furnished by the general agent. ..

I f Mrs. Lillie Carter Sems is spending Albert Slathers has had a lot

1 a week at the home of her father, of orange trees set. Mr. Morris had STATE CJF OHIU, ClT\ OF .ToLFDO t:os.FJUXK 1-l ,
Lt.c.OJt"TY. I Jr=Jr=Jr=J'=r=Jr=Jr=J ==r='=r=JE:2 r rSGC .
't A. B. Carter. charge of the work. J. CIICNEuiAea: oath that he isth
.>senior partuervf the firm of J.l'tIE"iEY -
Word received here last week .
was TonightIf X Co,.doing l,uiuf s, in the city of'd.l 44M1 M15 5n4R4Q4I54 4ag15f 1\ !\ 4A A4M1g4M1ttR's'5 '\ C 5', n IC'IIIIIIIrllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'I'lllllfrr.
of the serious illness of Rev. Sulli- county and.tate a forou-1. von would! enjov tomorrow take will pay the sum of One Hundred I Millars! for
former of the church
I van, pastor Chauiberlain'sStomach and Liver Tablet"toirght. each and e'enCt"* of catarrh that cannot bcuird
: They pi.niuce an agreeable laxame by thenf lt.tLLsCtT4Ran CURE )

here.Mr.. Horace Bennett is again at his effect, dear the head azidreane! the Sworn to before me FRANK aid saWnlm J. ('HE\in :: The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.
stomach : .
Fnre23: cents samples freeat ,
this Oth of[M.ewhfr..It.l Mr. Provost's store. Titus\ille Pharmacy. preseme. day 0. ,,
!' ).
J 1 Miss Nellie Owen has gone to In- SEVL. A. W. ILEA-IN.
t--j) Notary I'uMitHall's :
: ; f dianola spend a week with Mrs. EAU GALLIEC. Catarrh Cure is taken MACHINESHOPSPlumbing

Nesbitt, nee Miss Helen Canatta. R. Stewart spent last Sunday in > directly the blood and muou"surfaces
." 1 of the system send for U-stimonuK: free
'I! I Mr. Provost attended the Huston Eau Gallie. F. J. CHENEY &; CO.,Toledo.Ohio.

{ --- -- --------- and Metal WorkBUILDERS'
i auction at Cocoa and purchased several Mr. Arnold, of Malabar, was in -

things, among which was a piano town Tuesday. ENNIS & FORTBlacksmithing i

t and an aeolian. Hodgson Bros. have in the P.9-
1 put newRadium !i!S! =="" '? === HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS

Some one raided the melon patch system of lighting and their and Repair Work ,

; at Mr. Dawley's last Monday and carried place of business is as bright as day. == .
.1 off several of his finest melons. .. Agricultural Implements
5r t The Baptist church will put in the "'
: I Rev. Hawk preached on Sunday : new'Radium system of lighting. The Ofl

.. a. m., and Rev. Olin Hiscock in the congregation is forging well to the Wagons made and repaired. Horse Shoeinga SANFORD FLORIDA ,
specialty. Work from any part Indian ,
r y ; ; evening. front and gaining many members River or anywhere in the county will receive .
; f" and wife from the best in 'oar careful attention. We stand the freight :
Carter people town.
A. B. a
gave very our 1P.
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and to satkfacI
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