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The Florida star

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Title:
The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Publisher:
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
April 17, 1908
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English

Subjects

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

Notes

Abstract:
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).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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TU VL LV FLA., FrIDAY, APRaI 17, 1908 .NO. 52

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SUMMER CLOTHING LATST IIS Special Sale at line's LOCAL GOSSIP

-I lla rtltltA aplotat clud a tihn I IND 11C M MOnDAY, APREL 2D, 1908.
SW e u e, hr ~ I Limenin all the latest s nade 9in- 1 fit, bes eluding natual colo, herth 35lmldl slm III el ll u.

a B n kft he Dr. Mller Dentist itusville. from the fine ryptnyarn, prop e wan a bathing suit go to
tam b= be ror a e material for val and ait,
e et at this best of Fols.w the vr iii ttheBanner D iteialforrsurtwistssuit E'* No matter how rit- Store for mid drinks and ice cream worth 35 cents, special 5 cents per Mr. L W. Battenfeld, of Deaat or idi or 4e 111t" of wht t- ard.
iw SE borf aybe, ut e o French gr pfsds a ware. Ohio, expects to return north fu b, 5o d hwn or bow so uemi nl inet, itavery lswclre. Inquire of F. N.ladies' today after spending the winter at we an ec you to your t misesndchldres's drases, special his beautiful Florida home in RockWold toght to your money umtil y oen per yard. ldg.
n taownm tardl Finest correet style, fair- are m suEre t ar t. ledge.
Sth teidab hter, Mrs. eat of pri s istbepolicy that Broes'othes a $100 to 10.0 ar Figuredndstried lwit.suitable Mrs. Gee. M. Robbins returned 4 ruls inthisestablishment. Theanit btytest. Tbearn sale exc- forhoedrms, Monday'spel, home Wednesday fromavisit with
-a( eothatht loi best on youis seat W o, BsoS.Bnm g's 6%centsperyd. hols cltl whl White im suitable for ladies' friends at New Smyrna snd a visit
mWEof Bah lubw. asmrdlhere. $.60, $10.00, $12.00, Mr. J. K. Gore, of Cocoa, wsin skirts or suits, 40 inches wide, worth alsoto hertwo sons, Rufus, atStatan Th 1 dfl at. 15.001 $17.50, $20.00. town yesterday afternoon, also D. St. 25 cents, special Monday, 15 cents son and Richard, at Rollins colleg.
din of Mms Tee'sno best in town, if it is Clair Nisbet, of Indianola, per .
a gl i Wamisnto t Mr. S. LLoery, editor of the eri prices inlaces andembroid- About twenty-five people went to WINSTON & BitANNING eres. Cocoa from here yesterday to attend SNT .'Pythian, ad i aoce agent, of Readymade blehed sheets 72x90W, the Methodist revival, returning last
L1. esrturned last Up to -Da lothing Tampa n Wednesday and poua eT t e h. viae hith Rev. ord,
h visit At c Titurlle, Florid. called at THE Sra office. Cotton voilesin all the latest shades ht via launch with Rev. McCod, Thus e Foir.es cideae warth 50 cen spec" who has been leading the services
d a ter G IE POstmaster Taylor left Tuesday for ial ents per yard. there.
a vacation of two weeks which will Curtain swim, polka dots and but- J L Mobley has started up work a tna Rainy weather this weekfor which be spent on Banana river and at trfly patterns, stripes and checks, with his artesian well driving plant
Bt gia h W al glad. Chest Shoals house of refugee Black taf et ever yard andptdown a two-inch piped well driving pl
Ps I W. H. H. Gleason spent Wednes- Mr. G. E. Pritchettarrived home teed. 36 inches wide special $ pr yesterday fr Walter Giles. The
Swy inTitaville on business. from Georgia last Saturday for a yard. plant is doing excellent work and we #W Tweeks. -W Mmrs. Lowry, of Miami, is spend- week or so. After school eloses or India linen lawn, deofthe undestad be has several orders alr, is. H. S. al Mrs. ing a few days in town this week. about June 1st Mr. Pritchettxpects ortf F ents, MAn ia n ready on hand.hes
t Ms P tstagl te -R Capt. Bymmonds, a regularwinter to move his familyto Georgia for 19 cents per yard. Mr. J. H. Sas kindly sent a box
of W101in. Mr. C. F. Clrk, horreently so. H.S n orty 20seetts aoScount vstor, left Monday for his home in the summer. White nainsook, specially good for of luscious oranges from his fne Mr. Wiscmen Mr. C. F. Clark, who recently sold n er cents p grove to the Titusville high school
agn B.lac k Wm. S. Rosnch, editor of the Re his racing motor beat, the Bruiser, d's arscI e from 2 to Wednesday, wthet y were distrib W. R. of LaeWrhe iron's drawers, sines from 2 to Wednesday. when they were distribord, ii ill. He is much improv f Lake Worth, to Mr. Vuille, of 12, made of the best quality of Ions- uted to the pupils, and everyone Md ed at t~is writing. Rockledge, was anchored off this dale with umbrella rffle and tucks, of them voted right then and there li apes Frannia Houston spent a few pee yesterday in his private yacht Monday only 25 wets per pair. for Mr. Sams.
a t days last week atCo the guess boundfor Philadelphia. The craft ne drm le, Monday's special Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wadsworth and e Mes Arnold. is about 75 feet lng ad is tted cents each. son, of near Boston, who spent the with two nStandrd W -bii. .Wn eA a Georgig. expectt toartwe that St Augustine, spent a few days last Ladie oxfrd made of te best rive in 'Tttusille next Monday on alts to move his week in towand left Tuesday for gs riedpartesintheirunch- ofvikid, patent leatbertip teir nch. The beat will be left ft th clsing Oak Hill. estoCoea Sunday from this place ucher,thewelkownKrippnsdorf her untilnext season, they leaving
-to attend the Methodist revival now make, worth 83.00, pcl $2.49. Wednesdfor Jac ville. t otai, t e Mr. and Mrs. Sist sk. of Tropic, on at tht pic, returing te t entleth rds, made of I for Jaconville.
ELs t Tuesday for White pr eight. Owing to obtinatemotor the best ty of patent leather, Mr. Fraser, one of the force of S. he tey expect to make thrir Mrnght. ig to a dodnte mo her style, withor without ti, arpntrs under Contrator Hall,
U dq S ~ jI W up the B ld t e e.p t did not arrive un- worth 83.50, special $2 .. was married a few days ago at Fedlob Ji u l nt he B am e. til after the heavy shower. to M wh' ite oords, iec in Sount s whitefcaa s dk ina couty, and is e, lMr Bad- Mr. andMren. Keuan, of StAugnus- Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Kent, whohave pumpaole deo thebual S-ity
o here tIenwith wide sk laces, speeii p ected to arrive with his bride next d arrived Sunday and after been spending the winter here-with $1.4 oers w ne Ore o w ad tluarn.t plat tloft Monday for their their daughter, Mrs. P.J. Robottom, Chidren's white oxfords, sizes cottagin Soth Titsvil le.
pKn oif cd daughter, homeatVero. lft Wednesday for Martha's Vine 6to 12, T acentsper air. n MuH s f- rienda of dr. T. J. i yard a M accompanied y ti h Mail orders promptly filled on any Mr. JJ. White, of White's CotBl, who n She will be glad to know that his Lease, where they ill spend the of the above goods. tageRnkede. spnt prt of Sunday hs wia ih thls very much improved. de summer. Mr. and Mrs Kent and JvUs Kw. Tshuville. and Monday inTitusville attending g. a their i ie have de n y frd to details regarding the new Prebys M taismrin eorgia l a e ae have mide hy frnand Church Notes terian church building at Rockledge p i aS Peor feuJed Youngt atn i ad s ho will gldly welomentheir Dean Robettom will hold servie at this summer. Mr. White expects to rM~o~la OfrPla M e freds spet ltrdaynd St. Gabriels church, Titnsville, Sun- go north about the first of June.
Wetoat n e t- d at Ocesu and they report a Mr. White aid THE STAR a pl asant
S at a mat pst 6 7 times Mr.WootenWithdrawsHi Name day evening, April 19th, at 7:30. White aid ae
il iatte. atestr asl. J.lB. Hawk arrived Wede in eo ofr evacd C Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at call while in town.
daiy.Dbriea dbope towelme Dr.. and iocu- On account ofEillbealthhave de- LaGrange oSundaynextatsua. m. Eatersit wanted? Order -w d
S1 i l a, y falL py the btmgaowt Sarnou cided the o iwithdrawmynamefrom the and at Titusville at 7:30 p. in. e read usMeasure sken.
___ absence of theK K. L sopounement column and to decline Rev. lobe will conduct servicesat 1kTU DR clok askOSeS
m .a dL Mr. Ki ighter and family, to be a candidate for the office of the Presbyterian church at 7:30Sur- Fiv-drawer, drop-headsewg m chine
I N. C., arrived ty treasurer. In justicetomy- day evening. Sunday school at 3 in wa ,rrr td1rn 31.
esps embroiahe wm tr fo A. 0. FitduingsTiable iakg tw ep ds s u as T piceen sorne r by y. or a te
to Lpy one of the cottages atd arni self andmy family I feel that I am afternoon. Tuesday afternoon at 3 CHAs. A. Gatesn, 'Phoner :4 justifiable in takingthisstep nde- the usual prayermeeting.
s se uM atiwaf itusvll e t on e r ri r cl& Cining the kind urgings of my friends Rev. W. H. Cresson will have serns with e awrord endorsed the I do so with the keen sense of vice at St. Marks chureli. Cocoa, on The British steamer Beeforth, Os. uwt f or eIndian ea Cpt. CptFrank Houston, of Miami, gratitude to them for their past sup- Sunda morning at 11 o'clock and at born, bound from Baltimore to Tamal ea cordially invited to arrived Friday and spent until Wed- port and their present assurances. St. Johns church, Eau Gallie on Sun- a the
t c n this Friday neadaywith his parents and other o see n 14th inst and reported to the local
at ladies relatives when he left to resume h I have held office in this county for day evening at 30. All are cordial- U. S. weather bureau office she had t 6tt. en as a duFtiiesohembilftt re mehis many years and therefore feel that lv invited. been ashore on Cape Canaveral. No
sosie t em d'tie on the Columbi, now being I cannot be s cusd now of shirking, details were obtainable, but as the
____ e. used onthe extension, in declining to he a candidate at this New Boat For Next Season steamer was proceeding to deosins.Filmr TIl K.pr. Meftt Mt Friada 3 tion it issupposed she floated unaidd So. . let t ay or time. J. F. WOOTEN. McCoy Brothers. of Daytona. have and was uninjured. hng their quartersat Lyndon, Ky. This keel laid for a new boat seric e-, WATEDPol- able mut n
Bys' bae serge suits, withklk- hasbeen one of the betwintersthey Special Summer Hotel Rates tween St. Augustine and Palm Beach first class cvdn and chal, selshetrousers.usasfrem6to 17, havespent here and the citizens of For the summer season Palmhurstnextseason. They have had a very tersi., onditios and particulars. I.,
110, 1 latest Ean Gallie regret to see them leave. hotel will make special rates for table suceensful busine this winter. -are of S-o oc. tyle Ml l. wI bee Colonel Fowler having purchased beardto townpeople andtofamilies.i _ r' C
-tr : 1 p.u0,sper r hased Regular families stopping at this ho- For Sale Cheap
16U 1 39 the property it is settled now th t tel t an have their own private table. For Rent Forty dollars will buy a ic.,v 1.d
g a dy, this will be a permanent school in Rates as follows: Taylor cottage or suitsof rooms furn- handRider-Er.sn htsarv n ,. i,%ll 111 iN Y bor nw s ,ishe b uel or rbish i :.:n a ,: Bol e. mbridred the winters to come. The citizens Table board per week (21 meals) $.. Ms F M Tsumer bicrd in urane gr ".lo J -ha
ltwo b h, centsea. will gladly welc me them next year..,. ( 4 meals) thing fo ....gati.. Apply or arh:i ..
s iand room, V7. The Alpine Hotel STho ffite. neln suits, made of Orange and Grapefruit Trees MASSEY & Co., proprietors. FTituille, Fla. F A. Lley, man- Fo Long Lse
of It l a.. F. A or es
the or n Grown at Shiloh, Fla.. on high Enirgedpietoresoyourselforyar ager. OntheEuropeanplan furn- A roomy home on Indian rivr. ,eSI. rngpi, hickp s ory hammock. Free from white loved ones given awry frre tocaa s lished rooms and quick lunch. Con- ntyfacratts lring sc
u A. One year to two year old buds. towers limited quantities to besupplied. trall located. -orangc, grapefruit tangrir 5d1
Ju s Prices from25 to35en s Cll atHeath & Co's. store a they mandarin, a few youn Peachtrv-r
Slypekeda deliveredpatpak illbe plsdtoexpain full portic- For Sale Cheap For Cash Choice locnion for ny "nd l hKen
Co ll e 11o" pk Faandei ation. J a W aM l l Abmt 88ares of good high land on farm, also boarding house in-intr.
a ti li Shiloh, Fl. Bargains in Tree the este ocean sidenf the Indian riser Full information appy this office.
_________ tat the Narrows, described as follows: oto p y Inaipg fmriv to Fine lot2-yearoldgrapefritbuds. Lot No. S section 35. alsolot No. 3, sec- Photograph Gallery
.",y.bnlth .lin .g rsh seedless and Standard, tion 36 l in township 31 south, range35 Goto Faust, the photographer,. r,
1 aeuinBaa via Drsiaorhayrulingofallkinds prompt- etseach $. 100 east. This land is unimprovedbutfine- Julia street, for arttie photos. All IAS to. Sftd. .tu b cen .h . p r g 100 =lyostd. For further sad- work first clam and promptly attended IL a r. BH. E.M. Low, to. Craon -r ui d
Os..lb Titmville, Fa. West Palm Beach, Fla. EBrom.ek as oil p astel, atr color ty.d
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THE FLORIDA STAR P*


SOF 00 IiI VS CO UROi WhORDS "","" e aay You Will Need an Oil
y ased. t likely that net winter the Whei wa da

no 9 use of power boats around Miami will and the kitchen [n To tl be greatly entalled n the maker make cooking a brS nmb e t em landx i .t ..btdbey fshng den-then is the time .riip doef l n intetmob Ieneeh to Reports from Key West state that to try a New Perfection A iekt club has been organized in ma.ke ay kidaey siferr grateful. To the sponge industry has been revived Wick Blue Flamte Oil UMll with a lae membership. how this areat ebhane ae be bh oughtat there and the business in the city is Col-Se
Almost t 0 has so far been sub- wi prove comforting words to hundreds of picking up rapidly. Many of the vesle for Peaa las propedi $3o0 Fnlo eadet. aei which have been Idle for months Mlarvelous ho. this a~d fOertiongman, of41L.St Pe.sla. are again at work and some of them stove does away :wh ar satlL kitchen disomfos-i nted. a tellshowtodoit. ie my "Frommr come nlato port each week with catch- kitchen discomiorts
haelf Bsowden of Dreval cooty has expernm with Do's Kidaey Pills Ica es of sponge which find a ready sale how cool it keeps the
give notice that he will not permit strongly reaomeed them to ayone in oeed at good prices. Since the Greek div- room in conlplartso a ith sd y baseball in Jaksonville or ofa godmedia iae forthekidneys Kidney era have played such havoc with the condition when the ctoa
e in the conty.complant and baceha .c md me ertng
m cisterl for yea Thefltoraodt- sponge business on the west coast. the fire was burning. The quick concentrated heat of the
E rt compoaed chlelly of otton wkI didaotmind, butastime went by they business men of Key West have used
l mber and naval stores. from th port gr wese ad at times laid me up. I mold every effort to keep the divers from Of Pexaleola for the month of March hardly walk and it was a disfilt matter to operating in the waters between Miami amoagted ia value to $1,500.009. traighten aftereIopingwhilethek lidneye- and Key West or what is termed by
S mittee o public ereim a F a m pnal l es the spg the... "windwaril orous: Wick Blue Flame 01l Cook-Stove
buildings and grounds K ordered e- roPils "rIdM I F1m personal eCend mda has ordered periene I kno that this remdly mns be de- The owners and captains of Isponre
ported a bill for the eretionl of ar b pended opon to ulfill the wprentations vessels have also agreed to market
lie he ldi at Miami to cmat $175,000. made forit" their slonge at Key West fro4c 0ow goes directly to boil the kettle or bake the bread, and none
An elaborate reception and banquet For & by all dualers Pri e o mn. on, thus helping the trade there--Mi- is diffused about the room to overheat it. Thus uing the
was tendered W. H. Milton, Florida's Fster-Milern Co.. Buflo. New York. sole aml News-Record. "New Perfection" is real kitchen comiurt. l e ,
aew United States senator by his fel- agent for the United tate. femmber the The torpedo boat Blakely is in dry sizes and fuily warranted. If not wt liyur
jaw eltisies of Marianna last Taueday nme-Dan'--nd take no other. dock as the result of being struck by dealer, write our nearest agency.
ght h of iar fr Tampa a torpedo fired from one of her own
A "coming ma" barbecue will he h e penk odig Mars from Tampe tubes while at target practice about
heldd four t millions, showing a constat four miles from the navy yard Mon- T L am p .
28, when It is expected most of the growth in the output. The import- day. Although the captain of the In h.
eanddlates in the coming primary will tios of ale ut L of the accident it for the prtt ern to g enoughof the accident it.
e present erdawaS learned the torpedo prepared for or cottge; bright enuh for r
mediate consumption indicate prepara- ... \ lora's new enator, Hon. W. H. n for a larger output for the Immed- a 400 yard range d fired. When ot with your dele, w
MUton, has gone to Washington to be- late future. Prices of leaf in Ha- about 100 yards distance the torpedo STA lDARD o, COIPANY,
g his duties. He has appointed vans are distinctly lower and on the swerved and after making a complete po Anis Lewis. who was secretary to downward grade. The crop new circle came directly toward the boat.
beth senators Mallory and Bryan. de- favorable, and the situation s brighr- Fuil steam ahead failed to remove the ceased, to be his private secretary. ening every day.-Tampa Times. boat from danger and the torpedo
I Aen Griggs of Punta Gords Is ex- The Gainesville Sun calls attention line on tbe port side A large, jagged

ioaftlan ewitehas fewa to a strange case of highway robbery hole was tom in the boat and. though New Schedule Effective April 14th
p p presented to the criminal court in Or- mattresses and bedding were used to
cess o hit place and if they bear ange county last week. Two negroes stop the inflow of water, when she ar- For Detailed Information See the Ticket Agent
itah l w c p as It enml likely were suspected, arrested and convict- rived at the navy yards the water in they will, his experiments wil prove ed of robbery and assault to murder her compartment was three feet do-e.
a great thing for that locality, and sentenced to life imprisonment
Exports from the port of Fernandi- but before they left the Jail two oth- A remarkable catch of fsh was
as for the month of March amounted er negroes were suspected also. The made yesterday by a party of tourists it vaine to $73440. The export e l itter two proved to be the real ui- who ae visiting in a i. Th tch ncluded nearly nine million feet of prits, and the first to convicted ere rnslsted of seven dolphin and eight aslumber n addition to naval stores released and the latter two sent up for king fish. The noteworthy part of tha phophate and 36,000 pounds of pal- life. days sport was the catch of dolphins
tt v ed at $3,600. a these fish are rarely caught in suchM
Slae vlea 3Effective June 1 the Atlantic Coast large numbers In these waters. The
The dry weather in this locality Line railroad company will pot into i rty went out early In the morning Dr ymen demand dressy
bas Serome erlu. Orae trees are ffect a reduced Passenger fare otar on the yacht Whiz and when several shoes. Natty style ath a weddingg their blooms. the gram is n the main line of its reads in the miles off shore the sewol of fish was glove-like fit is found in the wilted and brown and all vegetation State of Florida. The rates on the found and within a few minutes the Packard Shoe. It has a except pineapples are offering for main lines within the State of Florida even fish were landed and then no distinctive finish that harran. Pnepple being akin to air wil be reduced from the present rate more could be caught the scool dis mon with the most stylish plants do not require much moisture of 3 cents per mile to 2 3- cents per appearing as quickly as they came. clothing. O prtylis
-Penta Gorda Herald. mile, distance traveled. On the va-The ing were cauht r clothing. Our Spring
There are about 70 teachers from all rlous branch lines in the State the a the Whiz was returning home. This PAIR Ofords are stunning.
parts of the State. at Steton, taking rate will remain 3 cents per mile. The is the largest lot of dolphin that has MADE
the Teachers Review Course. This company will on the same late, make ever been brought in by a pleasur WEAR 1
is by far the largest number that ever a reduction in the price of mileage craft and adds another record to the
attended the course is all the history books on Its lines within the state of long list held by the Whiz.-Miami Sol at 3.50, 4.00 and 5.00 i all styles
of the University. This fact speaks a Florida, the rate being 2 cents per News-Record.
great deal for the growing strength mile on 1,000 mile books. The annual State convention of the and popularity of the University. From all over the county, and the Florida Christian Enleavor Society
The Seead Regiment hand of orange sections in particular comes came to a close in Jacksonville last
Tampa Is no longer In the military the report that never before In the Friday and the next convention will service, an order having been promul- history of the industry have the be held in Tampa. The full list of gated from Tallahassee for mustering orange and grapefruit trees been so officers elected follows: President, It out of service. It has been generally prolific in bloom as now ansd unless Rev. James F. Winnard, Tampa; first
understood for some time that there the unforeseen occurs the next crop victprelsilent. Rv. M1. G. Richards. .
was dissatisfaction with the band. and will be a record breaker. A well Lake Cti ; seond vice president. Rer
that It was only a question of time known local grower stated this morn- Fred Marsh, Deland: secretary, Si- s A GOOD DOCTOR when it would be mustered out ing that trees on his grove are so bur Grace Townsend. Interlachen treas .ill. reonm e-d lened with bloom that he will be fore- urer r. Charles M. (onkling. Der The Miami street rallway which l to rt out n of the fruit that t(i nlias..ionar. ,olrintendent BALLARD'S
cently was placed in the haads of t will result from the bloom. Thi rs icon is Be.ie Prao,. Winter Park. OU
receiver, Commodore H.,C. Roolm dition is said to be general in all or- superintendent of itizenshillp. R HOREHOUND SYRUP
*a ceased operating its cars. : ,,e gloves in the State.--liami 1e C- eo. I.. ltansconlb I.ackonill,; E ry cuFh w"e I
was the intention to reorganize h, s irintenlent of Quarter Cnl-tur l vitlity, ks t ti
Company but the recivc piss sc The aer Manteo racheld thr norial Fon t. Mis ( ora I.. P1..r TiaI h te l tm r. e i
blocked by the refusal o one of the lotks i e.ay from rbile ie rT. 'mcatir-i t t at to V mar.. hit-e I.,
parties Interested to consent to Olt, looks !'ntilh I mabl oh. le ni rI T'iI sl.noin tis- fllo. i ll i r al- Brdh o tilrhoul
reoganisatuop.et ilkel h e solant ,i Sacob ith oblal 1ig tnn mso- n r ;\r flonsr I1r ,Rlph t or
reorganluation. It Is likely the plnt right. The own.r, Mr. S laughter P ateron lis i o Ira 1 t. F-lo S1
and equipment will a be ld on t ah ,k;i-4-0.1.1 mL1-c 'I
der the hammer. The Childfen riki h r ag-nt. tr. obb w 05re on I 'arl r .oodr.n ff.
t Mrs. C H. I nv-1 in a,:- \ The American Kaolin Conlpany. a :.Ii they tlok Ilasure in showing Ais Cqed rc1, I. r I
corporation composedof Philadelphi itrs tIr oglh the st,-amer. fIr. Slali h A Conquering Msro. I orit I l,
ansand capitalizedat 1200.00 are prlotr and iMr. Ct1,ol. thii tt th. i To i t. man l h hih ro I r
paring to open up rich fields in th p'lrtunit fhor a fine tra out, frnll WI 1o r it is mbki it i tl r
little town of lcMleekin. The conr.l \lalahiola. andi thl ill stli,, hal An a orwait
pany have found rich bell of kao;in o l, ,I'l, this tll rail by, att Vho I th. an wI.III 1 .'"
in that section and will reet its lant rin to ll alin rand lv i spII II.- li il c. .
there this summer. This Id of ka. publi, Innlln h l h, nl "i h, n tURES COUGHS, C .s I lin is said to be unsurpasId in ln The Times wish. f tl nw lin. : TI a. O il . li .
tity and quality by any eIloits ll larg, lmlaSr of s, TII. nt. n ... i \\. _NlON COUGH AND AT. :i lOU LS.
plastic clay in the South. i:! ra- w-..klv :ailina to .1pa o ewarl t Plasant
One of the longest long ,listanl a-ire at klh, W. T. I Pleasant 2cI,5-aInd-' I$(,Q I a
messages on record palsl.d throw l Igh':. TI.i t 25c, 51. .W to Tanlpa Saurly night. -lln Tl. About iften pt of Iit I i I I 't it ll Take Cu.e
c t 51111 v OI .,- kI,,, .
I) and Sara ota.. Pla.: ere i,onmn t Spaish mack.rl s-re hip, aw t th nedi, 1 fr l at t.il, i,
red by lhon. nl I l .rt. il t h eI roni htre Tu-sda,iY. this cath hl ving I t.itl t.'I 't'axt tt inatl l r ..
of the line conrse,- tfor serial IInlt- b),.n made by a boat near Indian Ke1. tak. inter ly. ati-g dir-, .1 1 the
ltes. trans: tiln. pls'ullably, solmI e It is reportO.ed that with the albs e, of h, tfld nl*l ..1 I 502 tNyorth So -c,.
11+ n: ,Irloori aZl Il eo, l or-,, ,, Iii..
ecry imilrtant bhsine.. The ,listaneo tih large fleet of retr boats front th, l ST. LOUIS, s ilSSOUia in
Between the two points is close to fif- Hlawk Channel, makeril have shoawel tili Il n 11 th p:lt hST t lti,. O U -.ji1I teen hundred mites. Connection was more plentiful but are not in schools r g, o. L or T l l r made between the two points by way being found in mall bun,-h.s along thattl yolffi o,-, Hundr I ,i:lf rah
of Cincinnati. Ohio. Demorest. S. .. ther hannel. The irel-t ,archs lf ... fale .. tSold and Recom m endej L
akarsonville and Tamia.-Tampa mlna kclal art no w ig Iad ill Pi PIln AIi. F. J. liHEi NE" .o T.l,, Tits,~ ile aSfi t TtXtlle P armacy a Times. teach Tilt a blro Il 0 'la, Hal i '-,. B anne 1aec l .3r D rtUg Store





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T4 BOcK VEGETABLE SHIPMENTT Troll gted to Canerl A at Valuable
The opportunity ofa life time Thglyarine mployed in Dr. Pires's
ed Gerdr y tit Moving Northward Now A. Very i A LA M B = awaits the promotion d acte opr- medicine s oeeats Anho the medlin proprrtia whir] it eatta Itre. end
G Heavy Froim EastCo __ ation of a short Interurban trolley pedicin'l iots 'ad of oa oEut Jourl of Thrsday Vegetable pments from the lower KEI TUM g liaks Ta igeli road to start from Titusville and run much better than alcohol would. It a eat dmnat ae increasing daily in volwho ds the southeast across the peninsula to the mem icnald d ento orit. ew S Atn Nauhville Raltd m l=id now many carlsads ls A er eetw dthe crep water harbor which lies betweendemo antI
deled by the l-d Rail- troeac mayp ruea to northea m to lwo the woadmfal Atieptie ad antifermaol It sdds
ordered by the Florida Ral- thoh each day on rote to northern ad tyI the United States lifesaving station greatlytoth eiaof the Black Chery
sieL, to produce it books market. From twelve to fifteen ex- Kieswamp-Rot, al the Canaveral lighthouse. This bark, Bldooot, Golden seal root, Stos t h Pesacoa April 14 press ars loaded with tomatoes, natural harbor has a depth of from de ed sco taind in
9 pmrpose of a examletalbee by beans, etc. pass hero daily and by ed Meia i r
Sa e by be et here daily ad b the great ml- thirty to eighty feet. and has been chronic, or lingering coughs. bronchial Co mmUs lo This order was sre freight from 25 to 30 cars laden with alltriumphothine- used by the government as a harbor theataNdlongafflRtloos, frallofwhich
ar ternoon bty the sheriff vegetables rush by daily for lighthouse teoders, etc. This roal athea ad mmn bythoristidroereid after yeao of*
"Sl the superintendent of the local Within a few weeks potatoes will cieat r r oM y wou lI open an avenue of commerce In all ases where there is a wasting d1ivltons, a the representative of the rommeoce to move from the Hastings Dr. Kilmer, the emi- to the heart of Florida a coat ise away offlesh, lossof appetite, with weak fieldy indl---'---steamneat bideeyaod-hinbe -r tomf at in the eaciy sago of lmay In Florida, a copy of it being section and the volume of vegetable aa t teaship coin the e dout to
_ npcl cae tthe a ro Te o thecaobe dubtthatr with him to be forwarded to the shipments will be greatly increased o.nderfuy ~ ul n promptly cuin ly engaged the year round. The rne acts as a aluable nutritive S oenral office t the company in laoi- lme bck, idy, bladder, ricacd ioi- e ll of the all-rail road to Key tids c I n root. tone ot burn. eantlomd BmotirQ 'a Wsi bnd lUcho eherybak Is
It Is the general belief that the con- A well known Manitoba editor write: "A frm of kidney trouble.n re nha n b u thmild r upth an ir ide worker fllnd Chamberlnin', a- Dr. Kihamor Swamp-Root is nt . from Cuba. miex esieo a the Wtes In- a t c PLn. .a oRerbrin sins o C aaota hNan r s u condition elahlon has ordered the showing In (h and Limr Tablcrs invaluable fr the oamenddforyt ifyohavk. nlie ha as to caus e a iildlete of e m. O ouea. I mon tder that it may certain if the nem tAner rbilimosnerss dov to t mley o lite etadee ail.a oo still of the mile portion of the e s tororm eralm. Imosll irel hsira e tiir heioa sartise d eldeti theretout I oteatd nt suaptatort rptl.t, l enicll lay and aord to make a rate of Perie5 enett teo.a h fin atm TitaDillEast roast. This harbor is about taget. will three wents for passegero over the aittomly odnir a pftnst meeg the heplesstoopor to p n miles oe southeast on the tlan- t P. A. ai Yellow Ricer division of ch- dc ad roes ueui th ea st anl is without a dht are t n vea so to the road, on wch ante of foar cents lery a et e ae .f the finest natural harbors in their po a an on fh toh l inger ad
he bos n or d i t ce New r Smyrea Breeze. v e mr deby w icel rssd a tinpa pe r pofa t u n i ao ll m mile is now charged. It is probable an nolradd, may hae anit! States.--Titausille r o. Time- ven when eompeanid by bleeding from thaLt fright rates my alo be ivs- A Breeze relmrter drove out to the saple bottle nt ree by mail alo a book Union. tunaos, that it has performed Its mnt Uipted at the same time, and the celery farm of Davis & Sheldon the tenlln more shabout S napRootadtw to Pra Faley Elin mareod M.c D.,ofBe books td accounts of the business first of the week and there they -a edutyoual idneyrbledtmuble Drought Injua m Strawberry rop next ed. Collee, uhio as of E iWhetin mention reading hi prt t te ro a erine:
does will also be produced to show a little over two acres of the finest i s d R r th c e to itoet, neeeolennu. what amount of bnsineos is done by celery they ever taow ring any- md yor le a a to t the effect that unless there is a pr- ydnobee ia Ilutirtse of th ~o~ r nd the rad. where, and he has r teoty visited the oDr. Kitme&Cao., y ripitation pretty soon what is now a mnuteD sdes ot timela teIt rotd. ut mb o W -" Ta roeolii.. Otl arrld star The ha s and reords which the celery farms at Sanford. Leaving rigulr fifty teal x nd La very promising strawberry crop wn ilt Ob i It re utirltl or tDrrba e tat iratarh tegssatos of
ommalso dedes to exsuamine. and the Dais plae they kNirov on to Gl na- dollartics al msod ooby all bo almost totally ruined. A very Int omvb). it iL moat ebtlct roemrtvl. which It laim in the order it ba a e soil took a loot at J. P. Dton's t Aak any oitak, bet mnbr large quantity of early berrie ase th t rre mt eic n tra ret tR an do are the that relate and A. W. McKbouies reey farcso the oml. owp-int. Ilr. ilmere Sup- already been harvested, but these are ar ad Medic l earrer n ad Fri n ter dr- Binglempton, N. Y ot me qediityotw at i pa e ow To u en ro a a o (ly to the business e on the dl- and both are equally as gol as the ho grr w otlt. t ofr the amne quality that it is er- ot ete bl ur bot n t eins hating headquarters In Pen- first. licted to put on the market if rain ni Srb u-een unconciou c oend to De. I V. Plere of Stffil N- .
eao, namely the Pensacola division, The aggregate acreage of these J.N. C ouly Il will fall. The long continue drought the Penola & Atlantic division and three celery patches is about seven Aies from Apalahitcol, Fla., the has had a very deleterious effect upon mZdint ins this ae the Tilow River division, a thee ae Acre. but it is sufficient to demon- home of Hue. lN Coomla, the rog this very mportant product. The the ely oes over which the moois- strte that we have some ofwi the best niz head of the pion~la Risaulican flavor size and general quality of the la has y authority. lanis in Florida for the cultivatio of iarchine are to the effect that iis pBa- early berries are not as good as coua lt r"ti':dmtr ne"f.' l ate ioa
The order states that these boks this crop. Those who doubt this si aensl have practically abindloe1 ll he desired. The quantity, however,
are to be famlined at the company statement Only have to take a iort ait Iote of his recovery oi a attack is unusual. as the seasons haoe been RUDDER offie In this city on April 14 at 3 Messrs. Hardy and Neal, celer of i ethe of apoplexy, rnd his roululun is Ms favorable to a rapid and healthy HOW TO BOOKS o'clock p. m. and it Is presumed that in the corporate limits of New Smyrna ery critical. Mr. Coombs who only a geroth. The plants are all in excellent o_ ; o r-, u om Ithsw the members of the commission will Celery has been grown at New few weeks ago went te c aingtoa to condition, but unless rain comes with- ,{ ""i EIiIj Yi.i f tome here em that date. Smyrna for four yelar in succession consult with Pesient R vrplt, sol in the next week or ten days the crop .- t with fairly good success every year by feed a slight attack og apoplexy short will be cuet very abort and the er- sOw Ta iinLRiC ; r e aC Five DayIn Bo Car. all bo engaged in its cultivation. And ly taler his return, and nice that time ceedigly hot weather will probably
(Fnda Record. there a a number engaged in Its cul- he bas grow constantly wore. For wither the plants nless they are very tai ni- i.
One day this week, when a bo car ivati a o man o sale--agaseveral days e has been uncons eaou. orefully looked after.-Tampa Trtb- *U,:DIU a llPI- I loaded with meal tore wer opened tis year with better crops than ever le is the Republican national com- One. amo a. r w v:,: ua ya an as found sitting in one though the weather renditions have miteema. from this S ta. at d con k a-. a.... .LOD leeealp~m,;n. nd MOVING FULL GROWN TREESad of the ear itn a d and pitiable been lenss favorable tr the f ate atrongc belong tna. no T E. 5 adlo The ar had cme fr Next year the acreage will be many advised of the president in so far as tak Dnaot Man Elpan t Them to u eri o.ce a Cedar Key. d had been the ro times larger than It was this tear. A]- !lorida mat'-rs are cocernel. !Ie is Ks, on Ga-tic - ..... .ISve day. The young man, after be- ready several parties have begun pire intensely wealthy, alid ita.tls high With Jarerewsk nand heavy titnll.r eoWT n-is I A s out g reived by food and water, told the parig land, and others are interested in toancial a well as -sl cricrls in auch at a re udl In oling osr -W ui1;dWrM agz tam of hi ea xperene the ar as and talk of planting a few ares of thi sr stioc i-f the ta.r:, tiL Water of Miller. N. l).. Is ha.iung nOwTOeaiLO a O as-UeHLee folows: valuable crop. -ame edar trees of mature size molel o'i a "I a a Swede, and want to Cedar The pine land west of town Is under By Leanel ad lound to new ocatioon. lsEt fall the trie How O auLo rn TErTotS o ane sis Key several weeks ago with an Amer- laid with either clay. hardpan. or marl Fort Pierce aed St. L rme county re e d od p down. ening the i .S .
ets in several ton of earth. on to Urg rO a MoEL tuCA
c aUing vreuel. I became dissatis- giving a soil that will hold fertilizer iong ahead by leaps anil bouns. In Now that this malso is frnt the i..inl. .cilsyt fled while thon, sad eoneladed to and moisture. Flow well fur irrigat- 1905 Fort Pierce hal a population of tree are being raised DE of the ground work my way ack home, where Ior can be drilled at a small cst l nearly 900-now we n not be far b the whole bulk and carefully et in PRIC EAC have bher itern ad other rela- with these two main nd important short f 2000. if we do not exceed that another place whbleh was made ready _e a tr ..*..... tleM Imled t ertherat ny feature New Smyrna posesea s uir- figure. Property valuations are in before the grndl Ie. It to believed l tate ce to Frandntha r r advantage to many ether ecione creasing, and ew de are the tee wIll ar ght ohtff in the sin as au to rnand a o adantgs i man other sect spring a thogh nothing bad heppned THE RDDOER PustiSING Co. ceoheded ine ere, where I could of Florida for growing this valuable ing up in every direction. As an I them. un r rol. a lustration that we are steadily advancmaybe got passage hmo e. I had no crop. rit tustraton n tbnnm e ody nho m o MB an ki o h. a d noe ro e ing The Tribune editor wa l shown a Whce Sesar He Trsdes Udnions. ( a e tey, ad, otingtold thot the freight The Juping Off flae comparative statement of the total egg in .ist to tlet I Cbtoa and t a habgry ern ea I n aintltwto. In every prey- trais r d Fernandina the next omption had me in its Erap and I amount of deposits made In the Bank e there Is so orgnid beggar day after Iaing Cedar Key, I got in- h l nmalt rerbAd the juor soff. plm. a f Fort Pierce during the month of trade u iln or uld-n some districts 14l

to the en with food or drig. The ninrI hdaema t try N. aintr n nwao a ry. and I fo rin T wa y riuowr i Mlarch in the years 1901. 1905. 1906. eve. These g have president ra wa then sealed, ad I bad no md my lif. lmprvnt ean with the 1907 and 1908. Each year showed a and officials and ane In every reppIet npitaveroI em n well nt happy no na ain.ve m twenty-te per cent increase over the horoughly well organieu There is CbilitRT L rS e dayn ine etered the car. and tieree o, of Gtriwatland. N. A same month of the preioua year-- 0 mmihhlp fee of about H. and atl clte -m I am amoat started." remedy for couh ol cld. and healri members swr to abide by the role baecuotl-er wak. m Inom and F pamror in iso- iahig the total deposits of the past The ches, or ingv." o they a y ry The yo man ws mid to be In mei. New Dm uprhe oe. 50e. ad month re than ioouble the amount tied. are in r the protection the pitiable ealtion, He was given $I%.L atl.aner)Rtong Tri taltmtef. o ee d and wateMarc 19. Other lines of bines magistrates, ad their poer con-t fho awho e .nd h.I and bc stie Hen. John Beard's Home Burned. show the amoe inrc. whbirch is an lderable-Wde World Mazie. those wo fd him ad by samebuyin was m enable to walk. While he was deliveng an address ecouragement in our efforts to built Y What has since become of him we n advocacy of his andidlacy for the a t y at this ilaee.-St. Locie (ount The An of Artifiil UtuCOty O y Tritior. mterus ite -tug wAscenld not learn but his conditionC lited States Senate in Peroacl n Waiters oud fan hae or aroused the sympathy of those who last Satulrda night says the Pensae- General News Notes Iele that the piret is tb, age if .etaasnlasamsN Journal thebhandsome homeofthe beauty The fact is that never Ifore _Shim ad he received assistance I' JcSi, -,,.4 arc reported ir-o sel- act tir, arts of rtitiality been so. yEAR
from them. He will likely be given lon. John S. IBeard on the bay shore rl Y i ct ir Ml dot ogall s IEI as, In IIIt eirinia. beladoeted Oii l As E E C en opportunity by some of the vesiss ig ,i"st y y r e an be- ci t-syni univ slc iti ,h c ace iela--Luidoli Opinior in port town his wa beck sem. r Ir Ic lll raih the the pr-I haI 2rltto f o d w p resiIctie w- a ht In scirlunl- Han to Tle Them. Even "Thw Up" Ithe Jab. ruiudndr the rare of ol0 lofcss "I can take fi, _, a Iinte.'
(Miami News-Record. T The h-r wa ct iI iaI o ic sh .r- a- r HcI hoths writer to onolhr
Wile csIng arond the keys aire limits osl thre re n m caca he threw up his job. No ersuasions down from generation 1o g.ndratiso. asdr, +.ics- i-,-illid he- liaf thiia acjvcic joeb.r r of Mr. Van Vlek hal any eft on were onsuned by the la. In thc a, ha ,ii Yiio i i s, -ix vl, si I -. rl'k n lti were consuns by the n th;, I lae
the an n. d nothing o.ai I. hi i .. u-.. crl, ewre.irr of fcilre two hi_ .a
cept a ty return to.iai. Hewochedl yeac sli. Chile l ldin sl -cca 5 lii ..... .... i life .... r- ol .... .....
packed aboard a boat and -nt h r lr 1 rl' ranlo hr' ,.: i h,r htt -I IlrI s a t -ewi $ and another steward will go ,lown tor alo slaf th ac s fu i .... i . if i. f MU N.ii Il probably hae an cleE MUN & COlinhew York the Novia today. Meanwhile th o nse lr artlic l i, s h llun,- If b [ v*l ine ai hl I::ns d fil yd tri I ia1ht Ilant o n cl .-si"r l ,Iavm .F P.
board of the yacht are blessing the It,r: u t,. o ilrllO'5 Iha, -cn .ade lni- t, bs nt, t sr.a K.IL caning factories. baeri anI other TIhe -i-i. I, a- .I th- .... Th.- .il. I. i is a le KILLaId COUCH
enterprises which allo c na li e ani .. ho ........ b ut i-s t rover ..ie .. ..... aso. acd he roaity EUREKA: uO CURE TH LUNCS
few days without a rook. Such are the one-half the loss. Th- building itself It a Not re than rif 0 Yes. I Have Found it at Last
troobles of yaehio. ha' a Valltion of ...c..hl it.............. . .i.r Ia I-II laodc .... leo ..... abi .ili ..i ofao 5,t I, *,....n",o, -r tiai iawhile the furniture an-l hi Neighborhoo, CFavorite fl in. iDr.- ha .i.,l aKlivutc.. i IHrfu l o ckorlw nere almost priceleo e M N r ho. I ..... Hi.t.. tim.. ... ha..- ..........i oNli Iifisin
esars wha mtsee any snor --in-t .ric Biers: "t ia te- or rtivosri't a ali
thlA Itma'heit m kyn diidero Suffering sod Dollars Saved l-r le a irit o it dit ccio wrhia- i t.reiw t1i i-isl Now Discsvel
Beer. Ifya Bd tot oe se beuin n to h a svinte verywhere~. It nin quick -gIl o thi nh-e in I r lber. i r oh, ouo 1, .
thIl. thhber le..+ t.. S .tpo ril + .ra i .... lirt is ... .t.... c om h.tl Yc -y,.....e l......... K R Cbs -I
lietoentd leaino-tpte with lm atwrpeter nit r hal ary -rec drsnn.r.t lu inhIlritio, nrvlawoe. EiTtrtlghn l. aile. I FTou m F
taassn-~e carnrefornstptio. etl brot be Balstleoc treuco olve II e1 Wroor ct-.oule ldhility. ItNctinno itoiri'tcarnw-sndadcleat.
led'i o s i. ".e re bi hvsbuY ll'n ... I t. .. i. t t -AND A THROAA1NDOLUNIITROUBLES.
moo ai oa-rio owl dolap lt- thc hnid. s a tbopeh puri0r, mtaketi
-s iwc, sil t ar d ho blNr far b thetbt helping sur I hir rer einalrlly uful a spiu medicine. Thia Nl't think 1ht pil- -a ut -lred. Tbu- OUANNTED STIFAATO
ELL Phray e mnnr aadpile ar. atBaunerDrugStre. at the Bnnr Dru Store teA.Ointmeat. N thatanydegctocr.



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FLORIDA BTARC enwsh. rDIST JUDGE U. S. COURT
_ _ from that state and ismostly the adus~Usssemals fault of the growers and packers,
**. and due to Recommends Peruna as an
S a... Sao." report was issued as bulletin No. Recommends Pe-ru-na as an 123, brau of plant industry, March
pU ERTW Van&Y MoNlo 31, 1908. Anyone can t it by Invigorating Tonic.
plying to Hon. James Wilson, seeresom o .emaram mr tary of agriculture, Washington, Judge .ohn W. Bixler, D.C.
a r a". It has been understood that the formerly United States
department agent detailed to make
Imudee..r t. td.nts.thatath r the investigation for Florida will Circuit Judge, now United Sea e tit for state his facts and conclsions at the
nnual meeting of our State Horti States District Judge, of Everybody interested in the wel- cultural society to be held at Gainesfaea of the town and anxious to see ville in May. The society has no Kansas, endorses Peruna. 'Ttanille keep moving ahead and money provided by the state to ciroimpre should attend the mass culate this or any other information, eeting at the court house tonight. but a good dollar bill sent to E. O. ee notice in another column today Painter, secretary, at Jacksonville, in regard to this movement. The will make any person a member of people now have the opportunity of- thelsociety for one year and get one fered them to own and control the copy of the report of the meeting, i hotel. If they let this chance pass It is no use to send to Prof. Rolfa, by them the fault will be theirs. director of the agricultural experi- r ;n ment station, and president of the
Although Huon. J. N. C. Stockton State Horticultural society for the avigur nia is not making much of a rustle report of 1907, for he had but one through the newspaper ao regards copy furnished him and could not his candidacy for governor, hehas get another, the society beingtoo been a very busy man for several poor to do much, but meet, cuss and JUDGE JOHN W. BIXLER. weeks past in this respect and isget- discuss and adjourn, a deficiency for 1750 P.STREET. ting out among the people. He was the printing having to be met every WA5 INGTON, D.. away out in West Florida last week year by the members, and the sociefollowing an active week of cam ty alwaysindebtto itswealthy treas- Per-mTstimoials Disordered Liver, Co sti ;tion pMigning on the lowergulf cost, ind Wrer. But if the orange growers off pure gratitde, writes us a letter, om- Mrwo.,, n later visited Gainesville where he Floridawantto restore'the reputa- renting upon the bsonefts he has received from the use of Pruna, when Rume r and Mr. Brown both made addresses tion of state in the New York orange he does this without any soelietaton or remuneration of any sor t. alr.i r- ffrd at the convention of the Anti-Saloon market and not be peddling their dishes s a recnt photograph, o that his identity and responAbiil in derf P, runt league. Hon. R. Hudson Burr has grove cropsin the home market in the matter s beyond question, then do we consider a testimonial available withdrawn from the gubernatorial April as they are doing with good In- We e at ps me h y hundreds o tsfrom dislir rO d s II ane are at tie present time publihiqg many hundreds ot teomonil f A contest in a very sensible andmanly dian river orangesat this time of Weivethe name andaddrein ll of eah one of these people..ny letter in favor of Mr. Stockton, and writing, they better have theirState We have noue for, nor would we publish for any sum of money afradu- _nol. Myh w really itseems as though there is Horticultural society immediately lent testimonint. Todo such a thing would hedishonlorahle from anIoral nothing leftfor the people tdo now "heeled" with a $5,000 to $10,000 elandpoint, and commercial suicide from a business taldpo t a but to go ahead and nominate Mr. annual state appropriation to do bus- T o A-r of catarrh i Stockton and this we firmly believe n with. Tni d app "Y numerosfiriendsi Txeo Ilr .. hae n I willbe on in thfirst pmary eesin b in H.Parso s nsisex-StateBentr and I have had tihe hnor to eommand a w eks atnd at willbedonein thert primaryon no orange trees bearing ex-pecial Judge of the Supreme Court brigade of her Veteran Cavalry, in a had :he d1-ird 1 t ay 1d9th. myself, but may have some time and or Texasa also Brigadier General in Con- four-year war, may accept this voln-goond conditi, don't want to overload Col. Flagler's federated Army. Ia hreeat letter from tary testimonial to the merit of Peruns pred, ond I I cars with my fruit crop going into a I st, W., Washington, D.C., this from a series of obligation for its won- symptome of nt:,r The County Treasurership continued slump in any northern prominententleman sys: derl emaey." "In truth I a he withdrawal of r.Jany north Upon the recommendation of per- Appetite and Digestion Poor. and feel istro Thewithdrawalof Mr.J.F. Woot- market. onall riends and many strong testimo Mr. Charles Schweth, Lexington, ea. tontil e en's name for treasurer before the It seems to be a good time now to Ials of the efsecy of Perun in the Tx-as, writes: efretor Peruna. coming primary on account of ill hustle after our entire crop hasfailed treatmentoftheumeroussymptomsof suffered from catarrh of the liver. Systemic Cr.ts h. health, asexplainedinhisletter,pub- tofindbuyersbecauseoftheprevail- the grip, withwhich Ihavebeenaffect- What Iate disagreed with me. Iwas Mr. Moses F. M.r i. lished elsewhere in TH STAR is, of g ignorance of the growers and d for four month past, I have been in- w ak, and feverish. I slept very poorly bus, Kansas, wrr e e ere in TE STAis, of ing ignorance of the growers and dued to undergo a treatment of this had ruwh of blood to the head. I was "'The improvemnlc.t i y heItlr ,as course, a great disappointment to shippers as to what has killed the ustlyeelebrated formula. very despondent, and took no pleas- been wonderful. Ni I, a iare I t his many friends. However ambi- orange market. OuvERGIBBS. I feel a decidedchangefor the better ure in anything. My appetite was asclock-work. Il tl.l i -ke. r tious a man's first duty should al- after sing it only one week. It i es- changeable, digestion poor. people and my vrt rsall d ,et waysbe to his family and everyone pealy good in toatng up the stomach, "Your medicine made me well again, pletely. I think I am ured of sAmscr wi admire r. ooten for PRIIARY ANNOUNC ENTS .nd has a ded effect pon my appe- for which I express to you my hertfelt tarrh. will admire Mr. Wooten for his te. Ithereforefeet chencouraged tnks. firmlytlieveth forallho "Ithabee a i ht t I frankness in refusing to run for this that I m on the rad to complete re- suffer n like manner it would have the out victor. Many i ~ e t rui positionunderthee circumstances and Aeno anctem idtner this heaingos. Itonation. same good effect." ounseland n.
phlished nti the first primry with an esincerely hope that his health may nptio node olf 1 .w for onity m on or yet be restored to him. era oand mmhber of the schol hosd, the fee or Rtopesmatative to e paid inadns. Irespetfully anone myself s
In connection with this position, for rpe re notie t the Lasa Mr. R. F. Hatch, of Rockledge, has County Treasrer islature from Brevard county, at the this week offered his name for county I am a candidate for county treasurer primary election to be held May 19th. treasurer, following Mr. Woon's of Brevard county and respectfully so- My platform is "The will and wish of treasurer, follolicit the pport of all voters at the the people of Brevard county. I have withdrawal. Mr. Hatch isa young oming Democratic primary no pt hee. and. if elected, will only TITUSVILLE LUM BER CO. manof fme business ability, reared R. F HAr go your representative right here in Brevard in one of the Rockledge. Fla, April 15th, 1908. Thaning you for your supp rt I re-rim main Yours truly. Are now selling PINE LUMBER at the followitkr Iti r- lt'.c
most highly respected families ever For County Commisslioner JOHN HOUSTON. residentofthiseo Tothevoters,.tra county. Fortatsenator, 13th Distrit Framing, dressed four sides_ $ 1500 questionofhisfitnes forthe poition I hereby announce myself candidate I hereby announce myself arandidate B and better Flooring, Ceiling and Siding 20.00 and it isfor the Democratic voters for ounti commisioner from district for re-letio ssensator frmthethir- No. 1 Common " .. .. 15.0t to decide which of two good men No. 2. subject to the action of the pri- teeth senatorial district of Florida, No. Common they will nominate for this office. ry. If t I will endeavor to subject to the action of the Demoratic No. 2 10. 00 i the people a fir and petilse- party at the approaching primaries.
vOce. Resp ly. M F.M. Hun so. Sheathing, dressed one side 10.00 Fruit Growers Meeting R. M
There will be a called meetin of Fr County Treasurer For State Senator, 13th District F. O. B. Cars, Titusville, Fla. PROMPT SHIPliSYti I hereby announce myself a candidate
the Florida Fruit & Vegetable Ship- Courtenay, Fla., March 25, 19M. for et senator for the thirteenth sepern' Protective asecciation to be T,,the V,,te.,f lnrevard tlntyil atrial district composed of Brevard. ject to the action of the coming Dem- For Repreoantauvt, St Lueie and Dade counties, subject to xEratic primary nd w-mld tna: y,,u held at'Lakeland on Tuesday, April Havin driided toannouncemyself as the l De onti. jet ras e pexprrinmad r and uld ta i t th 21st, at 10 a. m. All members and e anditdate for no.miliaton at the co at the sensing primary. ielpetful1. hereby t .
ir; Deuoratic timary for te office of wh. WATSN. A, T .T rtccoeotrtt t. i. ,
subscribers are urged to attend this county treasurer. I respeotfll u rquestW. WATst A tS T.tit meeting and, also, all growers not al- your supportpromisng you that if nom- or Tax Assessor Pr Supt. Public Instruction of r eated ndelected, wi,11 fulill the duties rt r tr t , ready members are requested to of the ome in the intrf t h of mhe aieo- T. tr People if Bbrcl itlautc present. You will be notified of ie of Brevard count s n the pay tt f I i place of meeting on arrival at Lake- ;hhn I was honored with our con candidate for fully ecte o t f d lanni. un n ,It lfar ea i i d e aonnlate o or re-election as county tax rdat fr ncintin Poe Sft- Atcht ine land. By order of the directors. Very re pectfull., a1r ppr. Tstin myg uokinrk ,ha met ....... For Sta.t. a Att.....
J. C. CHASE, Sect''. JNo. H. S,. p I r and t ic ur I herb
your support I remain icv ts-iolc.cst t o f r -IciT ,hth 1I p, I IchIrtcl V. H. H .. nl;t th- intcr uf ,lir h, i c- louti" I..miatl ,,r a : : of Oranges in Transit For Representative iWHHl l i f lili t i
Decay of Oranges in Transit I am a canidat fr represenati-e For Member of County School Board b lcII i tt t alrt FilitorfTn FLon STtn R and reslctfull Ik the supilrt of all We. the many friends. announce the Democratic vters in the coming pri- name of J. N. 'halker of Rockledge F rT Collttor Ith I Some time ago you printed an ar- mary. Very trlbY. Fla., a clean. straight capable man. T, i:, \,,i,- ,, I, .,, l, ,
tile of mine calling attention to the Rt. SlvTEWAF candidate for member of the county I heTr it,,,' c investigationbeingmade by the nat- school board for this, the dicil Ie .th.,, I It- e f B, t- t;, 'r i ,
-iona department of agriculture on For Member SchoolBoard, 3rd Diet. and ask the uaplirt of i t grall- f n r t' I hi ,, 1, l t, i t ,, tonal aid ncandiatefrre-citizen at the coming Irim1ar. this subject, in which I aid a re- I announce myself a candidate for re- WiAN tr i t, Sprenomination as member of the school t F. aol ru I -b ..
liminary report had been made to board for the third district, and ask the For Member of School Soard I' r at th -n rir. our Florida State Horticultural sro support of ll if v past record suc To ot f i o For Co m;:men has been .satisfactory. I have been T r l l ilec
city and another and final report resident of Brevard coa ntyfor i ~ ears. I respectfully announce myself a s For Supervisor of Registration wasexpected to besnon forthcoming. E. B. Arsucl. candidateatthc next primarnceforh i i This was in reference to Florida or- Notice shall appreciate the support of ai l am a catdiat for rnoninati th .i angels. A. J. ('RT:R. the lDemra,' %,f fIrvard Iount Tir t Now. I have received the depart- I respetlull announce myself as a .N c f ,or c i r ici, ,
row o tha e sme a et for candidate at the next primarc r!etion otie f no'minaterl I romime a iontini lnu tci1lr
meant repot on the same subject for for re-election as sheriff of Brevard To tIl Vtt,-, nevarl(t cunty ,f a faithful ier rmarcte ,f the ilti I i t California, showingronclusively that county. I wouldappreciatetheearnst Thanking you for pa-t fawor. I aain I f the it. Politcitin h iupoltto I f the immenseless romdeeayin tran* support of all our peo r trule, begrt nto a, eyias aa ia a inth, prinar .r reptfl sit, going to eastern market, and' JOSEPH P. Botle. the eircuitcourtof Brevard cIounti slh- W I, Nr i(l, I I ,




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THE FLORIDA STAR 5 eli developed alonr pretty def- subjects were interstinand ednesl ite li~ae, ut there is a growir tonal. I came home be r hfeeltthat t itoric curriculum equippedthan everfertheimportant is ahalneed and one sided, that we andre mibledutiamineumbent pI8 have built up a sten of achoo a me.
whose academic co be meet I thank you gn W here the finest biscuit,
i ." agin ol d Ipe~. bmitte cake, hot-breads, cruts
s romise I amut Industrial hdvitions w e have o Nered JOUS R. WALC Suipt. o a bref review me of knowledge tomillions orpuddings are required Upon meN.E.s but our Schools have not yet risen to ColWu COH1IOI ERS PR0Oms m t of lspea their reponsablilty a instruments of Ontioned fr..* 0&oyal I ndispensable.
iet n, D C. Feb. 25 the state in the development of popOur ti ov the Sou the lar effiency. He recommended The following vouchers were apfrom Jaksonif to W sh everal remedies for the conditions proved and warrants ordered to be
::gtem was nt only plemant, but to he dmeribed. He advocated the in- drawn for same.
Io PtINle.h Cuming in production into thefirst six grades of o aL ro '
withk Y o f the buat educators in a comprehensive system of primary M. Otmba,0naty ommimio ner S o the te, the information from an indtrial training, to socialize and a. os mann'rand i.l 1240 emae Of views, experiences, etc. realize our so called granunmar T A Robinso. 11 0 Sal worth the cost of the trip. hools, the abolition of the old time T J. cockhott "S 880
We arrived in W ington Sunday, classical high school a Such and the A A.Sawarl, nmntant - a3AIo
Feb. 2th, and quartered at the Ral- introduction ofgeneral manualtrain.- PIent, iti n or .. a elhhotel. Someof were upearly ing and commercial course in all high A A .S elNlntea w ~iforpfblnti 50
Moulay morning and spent the d schools, and the establishment of at John mEy.... ...... Not only for rich or fine food
in sigt seing. least one secondary industrial school John Hnry, making ante auditor'
da morning. Feb. 25th, the in every city. These questions were ----------.......------- ----..... or for social times or service.
cevention convened at the Metro- ably discussed by other gentlemen. . n 1 Ro al - -alabl the
ar The morning session closed at 1 "I Rbyal is equally valuable in the politan Memorial Methodistchurch. The morning session closed at 1 w 15oro, amtomr .. I
Morethan ,000edcator fromeve- lok, and the onvention was called R Wi. Wi blanksfor jdga of. 4 prparation of plain, subtantial,
ry section of the country ereaidto orderat 2'elock for the after- H. & Drew Co.. reord. e lso
to be present. noon session. This session was de- Stewrt, ep. paid o n mftg. hok or all occae.. .... ...o..o.fducationv m sions. It makes the food more
Commiioner McFarland nd d United education. Prof. Elliot of the Uni- svin ctric Light Co, ighbt._. I o
States Commissioner of Ed tion vesit of Wisonsinsaidtheland re- A. Reen rliou die tay, nuitious and wholesome.
K E brown address e- sounds with exclamations of loyalty bodrie ...-..-.............. 410
ben of the eoeention. toward a genuinely public education, J. Br, deli....uiantion
Frank& Cooper, Superintendent aneducation for and by andof the D. Eas -oodrlil ..-.. 725
oif the schools of Seattle, Washing- people. He spoke of the needforin- Win.er. pintion Wae towr-..... ift
ton, and president of the association investigation to acquire pertainingto W. e. painting clerk'oe._. SO 55
called the season to order about9:3 industry and to children and to de~- .J. Hal workatjail ad c. hsnen 7S 73T The newspapers are now held re- experiences of Colombia and Venezelotermine the extent of the demand Prithad & mse. 1 fo il 11so spom ible for "distrust" entertained uela must be very careless or very
o'lock termine extent of the demand y . fr 40 ofus by Mexico Well, the weak foolish It is onderful the sins the
After the invocation by Bishop for trained workers in specific fields i. P. srwa, ns.t u lfor.... 5 neighbor whois not warned by the newspaper men will have to answer.
Ea ston SpeskerJoeCanno of industry. Howard D. Brundage, Th Ge. FrldHd. CoisnotarnedbytheInewspaper men will have to answer
was introduced. Hesaid, in part, as of the Stout Training schools of Me- c. L &C. s of e .t ... s
speaker ofthehouseof representa- nominee, Wis ..reada splendidpaper Iitn--sit ho-...... o
goamet thaaismotnetothe nds of this great social and indus- j. Walker & Co., d. for ounty
people, I welcome you here. You need. Many others took part homee ---........ ... 811
superintendents touch 15,000,000 in the diussion of this subjectand n Kine. sfr nty hoe 224 TITUSV LE, FLORIDA
youth who are alifying forlifefor eryp of its touched At r.Pure ice manufactured from distilled
sovereignty. He declaredthatedu- the evening session an illustrated w.funs, ---- mntho-.... 0 P ice SmO Ufactured from distilled
cational institutions should be inde- addres by AssistantSecretaryof Ag- The Flori Slar, sob. ebondarisi o
pendentof thestate andshould be ri Hay w the feature. He-------------------- a W ater. Prompt deliveries to all points
ed y taxing te people of the plan to unite the ed L Pid ofatt, Proprietornu
Conmhioner McFartand followed ti l forces of the federal and state A.A.jonYS-.eo in Min i- - In 4 A. S. Piatt, Proprietor
with a hearty welcome. He said governments, as planned by the Davis CBa. Rsbisan. eet. morterndmileage 21 Wuingte n not only the politi- billthenpending in congress. Quite a. Wila. wm. dn ing jury for ci. I 20
albut eduationlthe a number discussed this question, I- l. I it KIB INGER AUTOMOBILEeiitt
otyhrherete aedutionl e for, others againstit. Next ooA UTOM OBILE
foreu and here s theeducational re came anaddressofgreeting by Senor j. I o.m monoion wriz een- l
sure, both under the control of the Eequiel Chave, under sretary of forre non ......a... HIGH WHEELS, SOLID TIRES, STANDARD TREAD
national government, aretobe found public education, Mexico, spoken in J P. sown., mera for eircsit mo rt a n
here and here al All solar be fou Spanish and interpreted by Mr. Willia iliff for nad jury... 8 7 a n d u p
here and here ai e A ll scholars of E M. Stock e ferry n -...... ........ 57
things American, cometo the Amer- Branch, the inspector of Engishand A stE re t. 4oo Catalogue Free W. P. UNDERWOOD, Fort Pierce, Fla
lean capital. Mexianschools. Iwastoofaraway oI, sManaille, telephone ........ 750
AssatSeetaofAgriculture tgetmuchofthisspeechbutitw Th. differ t rea fud didtr ets
W.. ays wasthenext peaker. well received and enjoyed by thse f EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
He described the relation of the ex- more favorably seated. Rund uond ditriict No I ..-----..... 7281
periment stations and record work Wednesday morning the session ...2-- ...........-- DEALERS IN
was taken up with theelection of of-. 3 ------- OEALERS iN of the agricultural department to the wif4......s
educational work of the country. fer, committee repts et. e- ... 35
hs able and I fore adjournnment the announcement m - r Lum be and
His spechwas able and logi was madethatthe presidentwould J urminatmet...... B l n Material
wish I haditinfull. i rod ce v t ve a t W a s rait OF ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL
President Coper next introduced receive the onvention at the White E .c L c sithtoaler....a 101
United Staes Commiperne r of Ed House at 2:30 o'clock in the after- Th Ati Watern Co.. rod rollr adS at T lhit Cea, Eai Galli, Fort Pierce and liet Palm Be
cation Emer E. Brow. Among noon. Ater lunch I went over to ndspr ............ We are prepared to meeoot all fair competition on house orders
other things, Mr. Brown said the he capitol and through the courtesy S nti I tYirg Seti.o for shipment direct from the mills ferry' ---- --- ---- ----.-s--- ---iv .
are two great ends in particular of Senator Taliaferro was given a s wn rrv. -..
sat in the senate gallery. Just al
which we may hope may be furthered eated myself Senator Culbertson, of
by our meeting of the year 1908 in a bega n speech on the money ro so rorrrn re.
t h e i t y o f W d n g to F i r s t i t e x a s b e g a n a s p e e c h o n t h e m n e y w . . . .A
maythe city of Wa hinguta more perfect panic. I enjoyedthisspeechsomueh ip "n. .. ... s 32

ion between the forces that make I forgot shout the re silent and. .. ..... .. ... 37 H A
fniti.t at th u erreyews vde lom. alom osx.ti H AR D W A R E r
for culture and the forces that make Thursday was devoted almost ex- f-1no,,f 1il-.ia, 1131.
for industria training. In the ee- elusively to round table conferences. On motion the board adjourned
and plne it may strenhen the bonds
which makeof our many stte sys- (A) Round table, stateand county to meetagain on the first Monday Jas. Pritchard & Son
tems of education one national sys- superintendents. in ay at 2 p. in.
temof education. Hespokeof the (B) Round table, of superinten- Curedof Rheumatiam Handle the Finest Lines of
responsibility of the nation with re- ents of larger cities Mri. o. Hr of (tti irv. ,,en.
gardt schools. His wasa master- (C) Round table, of superinten- hr n m in h f. rT. Heavy and Shelf Hardware
ful effort and demonstrated his fit dents of medium and smaller cities. mtn-th WIto ha- m, e O ut of tIciI lo, nes for the position which he occu- (D) Round table, agricultural ed- "I ppliS 'hblo.riu Ptin alm d
pies Ycatio. 01 i tel ief boi irtais rad..fl .1. Our Stock of
President Cooper introduced S. L. As I could not attend all I went to A. Sthe WtrlbhPb r.tureml. aunthGn:
Heetr, superintendentoftheshools the state andcountysu perintendent's .. .. ..... Guns and Sporting Goods
of St. Pauls, Minn., who took up the meeting, were listenedto the dis- Bm. unu r I0p.i ldrOtl, if au
frst topic offered the convention for ussios of such subjects as: What ..I.. f, iit.... .,,I. r,,ii. is co plete at all ti es
consideration-The Silving of Energy should a good county superintendent ihsr, acomplet at alltime s
and lime in Shool Work. know? How can trained superin- r
(1) In viewof the increased de- tendents be provided andhowshould 0. A. STEWA Paints and Oils of Quality
mands open the schools, what oppor- they be selected? When inspecting _ Quality
tunities are offered for economy in a school what should a county super- one of our Specialties
teaching the course of study. intendent see and do? What an the e
(2) What modifications in organi county superintendent lend the F e r c
sation are necessary to secure recog- ple to do? By whom should the Quotations for large or small orders will nition for pupils of varying ability, teachers be selected? The relation ,be given personal attention. Mail Orders
prtie larly for the ablest? of the county superintendent to the TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA solicited and promptly filled
Mr. Hieeter in treating this subject teaahere, the relation ofthe county
said in part: We are proud, and superintendent to the county board. I represent some of the leading III'T Y IL L E S justly so, of what weare prone to be- Papers were limited to twelve min- companies of the world and any
lieve to be the finest public system in utes and opening discussion to five business entrusted to me will rethe word. a system which has mar- minutes. These discussions of these ceive prompt andcareful attention














THE FLORIDA STAR. APRIL 17. 10

futombecappilkttaness I aeram tal aati ad eomrad of Miss Gold- slty tack. All the speakers said the pattdl. the majority of I e dea u g w s ra eased om etody of the police clubbing had made many re with a combat tion of the am olane Oal pell i eonnem tlo with the Un- cMRt. for the Socialist cause. and the dirigible balloon q, m q bomb tle Owl& Sbnireim WCuld Islate All Ana, chist Quiaantine Exmee C e. m a wa edI i to The ggston that the advocI.ates of

ag the yellow ever qaranti ga d bhetwn life sad death at the wher they cold try out their thele~o~~ oi The-ki mt p m to he told tc e e, i nthy b dtr oto er telis ON W E ('hs eea becpd the ana mad the lm of redo m and no government Is offer so s m e t lise eeeptias being ade sptw the bohmutb i I ed by the Rev. Dr.CA D amran e a1 Governor Maga that tqed to re upn o the pole R. S MaArthur of Havana is sow a clean wtyb the Calvary Haptist

Asquith Takes Up Reins of British do April 5 the a f torpedaoa t ip cet ba te e es t BVuphRiots Foe- d- arrivd at Magda NeJersey law prohiting haier that a brief one daye ahrrived of M asedule, thay the deportation of water from the exlrlenee in the low Monarchist Victory In pleti without mishap the l 'ag y s pe the apbe ram that a tualt a1r:;,-i, aw having been made by a water com- th lo h,.;- i I o-: d
P tuga-Vnuela Defiant aton oad begn pany which had contracted to deliver make :;n:l;hIst or
Congrtm 2C Ne w eity b. dalte tt I.t ratarte. wila large uatity daily to one part of the jItktua ;lu,1 EAT EMe LIK CANDY oC gres E acts New i ility beenr e dl that ithe dret rra will ew Yor city The eo poy Is l t yio p a dr w r n
Law. Gag Rules Checking Mi- enter Carethat the law Impaired the coutant and cnougb to return to le rs. be ar ,r1 an i I a le Fr tea therefore was unaonstlttlaoual cvlllizati0on. hb!* mhtlt. ..ea .
erity Filbuster-The Presi- The president in a letter to the at Plion Burgliar Railroaded. they now deouUce Dr.R SMacthur dLcLnerm sesame, C ice* tdent Urges Legislation Against t l Philadelpia as startled out of its and try to destr. while the rest of the KEEP YOUR BLOOD CL Anacnhism Msatsachusetts wIlnInn of lie otih tthrrplt lia wooted oenaletment with the existing world en I0 en w th geat to ha e Magisme n more by the diaelre o pur of r l hih d t nad hadto ay $6 0 to ha
-ro. torn ited t. tuaLh a seret cod ahve omhine between law their the,,ro on this only I C- Nichol a Court Against Sympathy eqn I t r am atn ac combine ree dthi Cz iCh i l r*e . ie d d by th wem be f ee la d." lir. Ia .\th r doe n th stat t h this 16 O 0I doe n th it t i.d,$0L00i ns Stres-New York Racing Re- oirepommnerte nomml lo fi poe of burglarilng stores and re- to on t the invecti and ontvla th BuIinghan Palac
.form Bills Tied. refers particularly to the case of the d Director Clay was mpeld of thUnion squae President Rosevelt ays to take dretric action. flet s spending tb'nwine of ie bomb in Unia aqtarl Pres it ye Pa Nashville. Chattanooga and St. Lo len of the station Implicated and Block That Hauses 6,173 Souls. ta .o o ,e n- tul y sS rElGaylr. which has not complied wthl the bringing the accused policemen to Harold I1. Finley i a report for .s,. ll t .lthat a' the der. speedy triaL Four of these and two Federation. the ogn of the Fade- vi Tha antir i- .l-ue B llar For an As of accomplices whopleade guilty, were tin of Churches, gives the result of hi Snow Linmo d t-1 Asquith Britaisn' New Premier. Upon the mtsgtetion of Briadier dleted ried and sentenced in six study of the ionmge ted rtions of New leavilr g u *- It -i n
Sir Henry Camltll Hlannerman form. General Bell. chief of staff. the prles hooos. The policemen got a seven York. There, be says. one may in d al 5rn m f i lll ll T
ally relilihed odke as the lrn.- 'dent ha aointed a special army year sentenceand theirlchief alistant, ow more than srent-tive blocks hav- ur lr tr
mialetec of Great Britain. April ait- board to draw up plans for a general Frost, four years. The olaeteen-yerr- lug a density of population f over 1.00
r a lng illaa from which he couli tRorgxnlation of the army calling for ld bhey who acted as a tool was sent people to the acre. In 1905 8) blocks The railway bt en Tiultri alu
t hope to fully recover and tnder an loern l strength from i ol tea reformatory. dge Kinsey n de- had a poplatlon of 1,00) ouls each. hinkian i to e bilt ithut da the 0nprereent- ees and re. a ;t present, to tlOi00 Ilvering sentence bitterly berated the 196 had 2amo, population, forty s oer Th ne the mot isx uort ed iretmstaonce New Public Printer. convicted ofrers of the law for their 3000. three over 4.000 oand one with is of the Coivee raila sotmi of the aleenle The president has nominated Jlhn S tasnmable actions. The confession of over 3.000 and one other wvth exactly bo tth of the king fruiu Lech of Illinois to the ,ftice of public the boy led to the exposure. 6.173. 'his last Is the negro black on will be 600 mis in irnrth anl or ih the country. Ed printer to s.cat-ed tiliiins. resloued. the uplwr nl-t side bounded by Am- greater part of its ltutre will para.tli wa% bringhim- Leech is known as a u,ion man n I sterlam an 'l W't End avenues and the Grand catal self taking treal- good standing. COMMERCIAL y-first and Sixty-seaond streets. Of meat at Blar Facts of Railway Combinatiom 122 of the most congeted blocks the 1-4 of Pound a Week rit The resg- The Interstate commerce commission Hariman to Have the Eri alien percentage Is now 53. at a -.' t t, ,, 1 t has Iased a eperial report made in Financial centers have been hy thin tt o th it -tl t it l e to the i g mectiou with the preparation of a latereted In the fate of tile Erie rail- CONGRESSIONAL ote loo-t- ..ip i I. I I,,nI Iiin.1 Iy ai 1 a form sytem of aeonating for all road for some time back. as it was d to oft m r is interstate nilways. It shaws how the known that this lMorgan property was Pricai t *t and, i n, lt iaccptnc sent rallroad. have been interwoven into on the point of defaulting obllgtlon. A Liability Bill 300 to 1. vil Phaom'y at I bak by wire At ast systems of stock control and At the crudal iomeut E. II. Harrinma Determined to check the Demoratic
the e t makes poible a uniform balance stepped forward with his personal la filibuster at all hazards, the ltuders of Ma.yor Motr, o0.-Cin I tL-, B.AsslihU. the klog Fm o shee t For the imetimeltgivesoclal of $5.;,;0,00 in cash to the manag the house majority lirst brought i a ich., thr th f hi ~,r
ed Herbert H. Asquith, chanllr tallstlsof the amount of stock in the meant. This is taken to mean that he role from the rules cmnlltte prolid- tor into the canl t; s an I
of the excheqter, to Blarrits to receive head of the general pobile. Out of and his associates had arranged to as- lg for the appointtient or conferees the place ha nt i.,, l,
the appntment to the vact premier sheet $1&00.000000 gi entataandlg some entire control of the mad It on senate amendments to appropriaship. While ths chole plnae a m milroad securities 5.500000g 0 is held which hretfore be s ad only a talo bills, making a otion to take a A Baby Show in Titusaville
Joity of the Liberals it s unStfe b the corporations leaving In the minority interest Just before Har rei- em superior to a motion to adjourn
Ity the labor and Irlh elements hands of the publile $7.00.0000 of ma's offer reached the dlretors hold- and ilndebatable andi also making un woul ve u ,,,
r irt Asquith elo the funded debt and $4.700,.000.00 of er of maturtng notes had given notice debatable a motion to close general de I ,, il, ,, I I i .c of t n pemier sad stocks that mor time would not be given, bate This rule was adopted. debate .r;l i .
tolArthe sdoa t o plt i, t and a ervlvershl was thought In- o It benog deniedti, O 'Wlb t t .i'. 0l0 oat.l.t to',,.

ries Ileto In P srtuge -LEGAL-CRIMINAL eto1d w he warb own p rait ,
Railroad Ucaio Satter. b cin Wh-. I a Btartiag with a dispute over the The Baltioe a Ohio raroad rtwee William and 'rin ro i I, ,
codntlal of th te e ot e section of Sympathtie tries Illegal ipl for Mtarch wee 524 per cent bet Dalzell. Thus was
sIom at the end of the pellamentary The MIeabcleti p unme caort h. tr than in Feblary. and this Is e- t- There art no it varia li-., 'tt'i n,
elaectiaa All 5. crowd of Republie- the cae ol nine houildig contractor garde lg o re ning p pr ei April 6 whe n n Xianded is ,il of returning prearic thdemployers 11. ora
a omde forcible realitance to the ofLynn wo h ed an Injnction Ity .t he l s t'r' ltottt i-' t -llr ,
Niry ruling of the gveraemme t ele- against the Building Trades cooai for bili y bill rss pass. Christian ,o ll i h ,.
tin etffers. and berce riotlag ensued, enforca a sympathetic strike against Record Prices For Beef n ie, h o
whilh was checked only whe the the open sop h ruled that ay suc The prices of all kinds of mets hare or the rule, with -roopslad lld Into thewmob. killingat strike is illegal. The opinion hold s eotined Ic t soar tn all the enters of J Wllias. forty mintes for A HAPP
leat saves pan and wosdisg a that a union has no right to decklde a popuatlon, nd a commeral war Is debate. just as it came from the comhoted. Delostrations continued grievance between employer -and m- between the pat'rt aod the cattle mittee, the vote bIng 300 to L. Little HOM E
however. for several days. ad hn played, no right to force a empiyer isrs. while the .osuming public teld of Mlar est the dissenting vote
eds of etll were ar d Mar to submit to delegate body. d that pays te hills or trn vegetarian. The Both sides of the hose appludd i one whre health abounds.
dl lw witsed thiro ot t he rehee nn q ar. packers are for cing down the prie of when the measure a :s read on motio With impure blood there anwhleb l Ilke an armed camp. The unlawful. hief Jstie Knowiten ds- rattle at the same time that they are of Pterllg of lillnoloi. chairman of the not be good health.
Im lt of the voting as a ovrwhelm- ated o the open hp charging more to the wholesale meat judilary ,.mmittee. for whom it will Withsdlaordered LI IERthees eeted on the opet ahop polot dealers. be called. The bill holds intenltate cano b good blood for the Mo arhe i at -n
e to tee the Mr The Margined Steak Redeemsabl. mmon carriers liable for injuries to
eLo gained "t .y a. Teolled asprmeort a people rld I o ce. btll* llhwhile the Repmngetos head list affirmed the practle on the New York EDUCATIONAL i ig the w n le arriog comwith dlttwo lest. ad the Progrss Stock Exbange that a broker is the peonatlon awhre the negligence of a ame mineed with att-t abe ~ets. lgnt of the customer and that the It Teachesi Going to Prusia. fellow oervant can be proved and reI
The mnr ge is limited to those who er can redeem toks he has pur Beginning Ot. I this year, by an ar- laing the rule of law whic-h make, T u
an e ad r te or who py chased on margin and that sucb prac ngment between the government of contrithtory negligence a defe n t
dI ctaxa Ths exldes0prcen t tl at dcisiy to wal an aPrisala and the Carnegle Foundation clalme for damages. But one prorlon rev l th dlVE dr
the eptey law. The decsona on a For the Advaement of Teaching. from make the n.oott of the eorry pitn
Proises ExMludes Met e t t oe twenty- ar to fty Americao teachers portioned to the deee t.hat the laim A healhiy LIVR means pre
The legisiatuee of Princ Edward Harriman Anesers Fedail Suit. who have graduated at some college ants' ngligecE roun trhutet to th n blood.
isised has eneledd all motor ac A genea denial of tb charge and taught at least one year in a col- tleot. Each pnary must Iar the Iur Pur blood Im s a H h.
Sthe proute a the egn oftt made by the goereoment Io its suit to leir or blahigh 'hol may visit the den of his own vegllg oen. feath maims happlsmse
pouble safety. It belg argued that cn- dissolve the larrimae system of oll schools of Prusnla, with al eolpenses Liability ill Now a Law.l
ditUoos there ase pellrly ufaroma- roads i contained in the answer filed paid by the IPr in government S i With U looked for prompt t TkcnoS titU All Druggit.
ble to the tolentloa of these meahlnes hby Mr. Harieman himself on April l at lary irussian ten'hrwll vit Amer- e narle ti th- hit sb I- lri it because the farmers have to depend 'alt Lake City. Answers also were I-an schools. liability :i April 9 and aftlr a itr lYD
pot horses largely to reanc the trade filed by W. A.ler o tr o- i0o0,000 to Teachr.' Fond, r estate pa-l it n ai m n HANDY I IOTH PAPER
cotters. tlals of the roads reomprltig aid y- The Caroegle fndati t h edot tiilht -'rdtin A r,
Castri Acuseim Ro t. tem slnded to the apllai of the state uni ntnedcnt That the preosidet ot l
oa poadne from esas tells Great Northern Fined 1 eritie tor radmision of heir pro- 1 it ti t t
bow t offml oe f PesidatCals- It the federal circuit coanrt at Nea fo s to the as,u filed with the :Inot to: l h a o the ir-t ta lgi .
tooof Veaezuel haoaeeasad Premldent York the Great Northern railway war nnouncemer t thai Mr. tVaruegie hano r " f iis to hi r,
Rameve:lt f searching for Igbt lal- found gilaty of rebating to the sctnr uicrtood the f d iIo $iOstit. nh" CO"': :bino 1h Ma,,. 0 L, io .
dste oat o whlh to s-rte a olict trot and was tned $5.000 hy Ilnde log the t.0ta for this puroe Itti. Vt" O II:fO -' ehit,ro c.,i t I with Veneamel" referring to Minlaler Heolt but a hill of exceptions operated I). Iln bin letter making known this not It Or'f Ithe pri.'id.nt t II Ruseel's protest against the violation to stay senten1 The trust already gift Carnegie says. "lost grateful am llarrinlal in hih Ii he sa-il 3.u 1 nl I
of Amerlean mall pourhes o the bo phIaeI guilty to its share In the i to be privileged as trustee of this are 1.ra, t a
steamer Tacoma at La Guayra. The transactions and paid tine, Wealth todevote it to such use." There A Hole In the Rats Law.
article adds that If the aspilttou of Rebating Lumber Company Fined. are 1t4) collgres now on the petitnsn 'udcr I.- ;cn- prellur. 0u thLi Roosevelt Is the abdlatieon of Veneo The Steam Salt and Lumber 0om- list same day the houlsipro ,Jedl t', ki
eta's territorial sveregnty it is high lpall of L.udington. icth., has been the first h. e :W h.0 Ip
time that the truth be known. The tI i .,000 for a-neptng re aes trom rate iuioi h r t In.ra..
opentigo the Taeoma's mail bha was the Pere Marquette an lamber ship SOCIOLOGICAL the 0ist of pi.r-ns t,, whn trot !rani shOwa to have been a clerical eror. meats. portation mal ) antro t by the rail Ofia asCuban Governos. Emma Goldman Not Barred Out. Protest Meeting Unmolasted. road. AtOn, th* rx-'ipti-l lNe
Upon the request of Governor Ms- When the woman leader of American With about 2(t) of the Nw York pm are hit orers. lrgymen. -er,
so the governor of all the provliner anarhbts. Emma Go nman, returned lie force present. some In uniform and tarie ,f tlw ral:vol Y 11 i0 of Cuba have rensiped. and in their from a brief trip into Canada, where others in plain clothes, a meting of matI f ,il : rs l , aill rt places olfers of the American army she went to address striking workmen, the stelalists was held t, prot est hand w,t.on tuiildes pmploy. and
of orcupatlon have been apponted an effort was made by the Ameriean against the brutality of thee same po Their fltmel,
Mageon also has decreed the creation frontier authorities to question her le In preventing the uion square Pearl Harbor Naval Base.
of a regular my of .000 mena com right to reeuter this country, and It meeting of the unemployed the week WiTh ,oly ,-t Jopposing vote, that of maaded by Pln Caere was supposed that the action was hit- before. Algernon L editor of the hhlwrwood of thio (lem rat, the b
spired from Washingto n nview of the New York P-oialsLt who prelldd, said at hotrlzing .a nal base at Pearl bar FRIEND TO FRIEND. EeX urent fderl aetlIrltls against those they were glad to havr the police hear bor. tonoluLu, paved the house.
t EX CUTIV ofhe he submitted papes show- what was thought of them. Morris Minority Bound and Gagged. The personal rrommendaton of po lng that she had married J. K Keers- Hilquit gave notice to aoil the foes of Dospite the ew gag mies under ple who have been cured of cunghj and IIatmo in sFy"ig De ued. oer, an Americanied foreigner, and reaction that a tying to make the in- which the bouse had done hbsles. ,the colds by Chamberlain's Cough Rameds Sip Pltatin ptoat d ce with this explanation she was ad- nident the pretext for a campaign of minority ws able to offer some i )are done more than all el to m ke it a part that ina l year there has mlttsed slander against the Soelalist movement staple article of trade and coamu e ovt
ae as Iaerqsa of 100 per clt I the Aexander Berkma, e New York the they had undertaken a frltless and Continued on page a large part ofthe cibtlutd world.






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THE FLORIDA STAR


WHY.


=Tom RIDA


Uqmitd I riBla
a ft club bhu been organized an
with a ihue gLumbership.
SAlmot $1~ has s far been sub-
in for Pi ac 's proposed

S-IuaElt Bowden of IDuval county as
Imw Baocee that he win ll t permit
e1veay baseball in Jan c ovoUle or
.dwm wn In the comiy.
abwortL eompased chiefly of cotton
-i s-ar sad naval stores from the port
P ftmmnaa for the meth of March
ama valwe tIo $Vlue.to
Sesenate a ndttee on public
insnr aad grounds has ordered r-
-' Imtd a bil fo the erection of pub-
k h aUmdlig at Mlamn to coat $17Tm .
A elaborate reception sad banquet
w tendered W. H. Miltoa, Florida's
w* United States memator by his fel-
eltiss of Marianna last Teesday

-' A A makingg out" barbeew will be
I ha n Port Myers on Tesday, April
2t, whm It Is expected most of the
S imaUtes lan the coming primary will
be y n mat


orida's new senator, Ho. W. H.
MIyto, has gone to W--'i--toa to be-
l his duties. He has appointed
Amos Lewis. who was secretary to
both nrators Mallory and Bryan, de-
eamed, to be his private secretary.
Leom Grigg of Puots Gorda Is ex-
termlnating with Begliah walnut eul-
fvatlo. He has put out a few young
trme oa his place and If they bear
armtable crops, as It seems likely
they will, his experiments will prove
a great thing or that locality.
Exports from the port of Pernandl-
sa for the month of March mantSted
it value to $734,403. The exports
included nearly nine milloa feet of
lumber in addition to naval stores
phosphate and 3,000 pounds of pal-
metto leaves valued at $3,600.


The dry weather In this locality
has become serious. Orange trees are
shedding their blossoms. the grs is
wilted and brown and all v'-etatl
except pineapples are suffering for
ran. Pineapples being skin to alr-
plants do not require much moisture.
-Peuta Gorda Herald.
There are about 70 teachers from all
parts of the State, at 8tetson, taking
the Teachers' Review Course. This
is by far the largest number that ever
attended the course is all the history
of the University. This fact speaks a
great deal for the growing strength
and popularity of the University.
The Second Regiment band of
Tampa I no longer in the military
aerike a order having been promul-
gated m Tallahaee or mstering
it out of service. It has been generally
understood for some time that there
was dIwHrtsf-fton with the band, and
that it was only a question of time
when it would be mustered out.
The Miami street railway which re-
ceatly was placed in the hands of a
receiver, Commodore H. C. Room
has ceased operating its cars. It
was the intention to reorganize the-
company but the receiver's plans wer.-
blocked by the refusal of one of the
parties interested to consent to the
reorganization. It is likely the plant
and equipment will now be sold un
der the hammer.
The American Kaolin Company, a
corporation composed of Philadelphi-
ans and capitalized at $200.000 are pre-
paring to open up rich felds in the
little town of McMeekin. The com-
pany have found rich beds of kaolin
in that section and will erect its plant
there this summer. This bed of kao-
lin is said to be unsurpassed in quan-
tity and quality by any deposits of
plastic clay in the South.
One of the longest long distance
messages on record passed through
Tampa Saturday night. when Toledo.
0.. anti Sarasota. Fla.. were connect-
ed by 'phone and parties at each end
of the line conversed for several min-
utes. trans.c!ine. presumably. some
very important business. The distance
between the two points is close to fif-
teen hundred miles. Connection was
made between the two points by way
of Cincinnati, Ohio. Demorest, S. C..
Jacksonville and Tampa.-Tampa
Times.


CSORIII VOIDS

kat a rMk ..n". IIM r


Te haveI th pim a a e- do a bd book
mrW; to be emtnhy fe to s~arif,
daagewms rimry disedesr i enough to
make any kidney uW errr igatealL To tell
bow this areit change can be brought about
will prove cforting words to hundreds of
Friday laden.
A. Oertlad, mesme, of4U L.8t., Peaola,
Flatell howtodoit. He amys "FIrom M
ezxorieae with Doaa's Kidney Pills I eaa
dsurglyy resumed thm to sayme i need
eta aod medidae for the kidneys. Kidney
mplmint ad leekach rmue-d e liferia
at iterval for yea. The ins or acond at-
tack I didot mind, bht u time went by they
grew wore sad at time laid me up. I cold
baldly walk sad it was a diealt matter to
strieae after tooping while the kidney -
retau were irregularsad natural. Dum's
Kidney Pills cared me. From personal ex-
periemee I know that this nmsedy ma be de-
pe dedopou to fallll the reprematatious
made fr it."
For Sale by all dealer Price s ceata.
Foater-Milbam Ce., Bufalo, New York, sole
agent for the United States. *um ber the
me-Doma's--aad take so other.

Shipments of cigars from Tampa
for the week ending March 27 exceed-
ed four millions, showing a constant
growth in the output. The importa-
tions of leaf and withdrawals for imk
mediate consumption Indicate prepara-
tion for a larger output for the immed-
iate future. Prices of leaf in Ha-
vana are distinctly lower and on the
downward grade. The crop news is
favorable, and the situation is bright-
ening every day.-Tampa Times.
The Gainesville Sun calls attention
to a strange case of highway robbery
presented to the criminal court in Or-
ange county last week. Two negroes
were suspected, arrested and convict-
ed of robbery and assault to murder
and sentenced to life Imprisonment,
but before they left the jail two oth-
er negroes were suspected also. The
latter two proved to be the real cul-
prits, and the first two convicted were
released and the latter two sent up for
life.
Effective June 1 the Atlantic Coast
ine railroad company will put into
effect a reduced passenger fare tariff
on the main line of its roads in the
State of Florida. The rates on the
main lines within the State of Florida
will be reduced from the present rate
of 3 cents per mile to 2 3-4 cents per
mile, distance traveled. On the va-
rious branch lines in the State the
rate will remain 3 cents per mile. The
company will on the same date, make
a reduction in the price of mileage
books on its lines within the state of
Florida, the rate being 2 cents per
mile on 1,000 mile books.
From all over the county, and the
orange sections in particular comes
the report that never before In the
history of the industry have the
orange and grapefruit trees been so
prolific in bloom as now and unless
the unforeseen occurs the next crop
will be a record breaker. A well
known local grower stated this morn-
ing that trees on his grove are so bur-
dened with bloom that he will be forc-
ed to cut out much of the fruit that
will result from the bloom. This con
edition is said to be general in all or-
.r.ge groves in the State.-Miami Me-
tropolis.
The steamer Manteo reached the
'locks Wednesday from Mobile an>d
'ensacola with probably l.50 tons of
freight. The owner. Mr. Slaughter.
and the general freight and passen-
ger agent. Mr. Cobb. were on board!
and~l they took pleasure in showing vis-
itcrs through the steamer. Mr. Slaugh-
ter and Mr. Cobb think that there is
opportunity for a fine trade out from
Al|alachicola. and they will strive hatrd
to develop this trade by 'lose attend
tion to business and courtesy to thl-


public. In coninon with our lpeopll.
The Times wishes for the ntew line a
large measure of success. The Manteo
winl make weekly sailings to Apa-
lachicola. arriving at the .lhw-ks We,.l-
n.iisday.-AI.;lIh: hicola Titu.*s .
About fifteen hundred pounds of
Spanish mackerel were shipped awa-;
trom here Tuesday, this catch having
been made by a boat near Indian Key.
It is reported that with the absence of
the large fleet of power boats from the
Hawk Channel, mackerel have showed
more plentiful but are not in schools
being found in small bunches along
the channel. The greatest catches of
mackerel are now being made at Palm
Beach. The fishermen at that W!ace


ue N sm His In klng and it appears
that the aah are not b teed away
as they are power boats ar.s
used. It IS nkly that aet wanted the
use of power boats around Miami will
be greatly curtailed in the mackerel
fishin&
Reports from Key West state that
the sponge industry has been revived
there and the business in the city is
piekng up rapidly. Many of the ves-
sels which have been idle for months
are again at work and some of them
come into port each week with catch-
es of sponge which find a ready sale
at good prices. Since the Greek div-
ers have played such havoc with the
sponge business on the west coast, the
business men of Key West have used
every effort to keep the divers from
operating in the waters between Miami
and Key West, or what is termed by
the spongers the "windward grounds"
The owners and captains of sponce
vessels have also agreed to market
their sponge at Key West froxg now
on, thus helping the trade there--Mi-
ami News-Recora.
The torpedo boat Blakely is in dry
dock as the result of being struck by
a torpedo fired from one of her own
tubes while at target practice about
four miles from the navy yard Mon-
day. Although the captain of the
boat refuses to talk of the accident it
was learned the torpedo prepared for
a 4,000 yard range and fired. When
about 100 yards distance the torpedo
swerved and after making a complete
circle came directly toward the boat
Full steam ahead failed to remove the
boat from danger and the torpedo
struck about a foot below the water
line on the port side. A large, lagged
hole was torn in the boat and. though
mattresses and bedding were used to
stop the inflow of water, when she ar-
rived at the navy yards the water in
her compartment was three feet dcep.
A remarkable catch of fish was
made yesterday by a party of tourists
who are visiting in Miami. The catch
consisted of seven dolphin and eight
king fish. The noteworthy part of the
day's sport was the catch of dolphin.
as these fish are rarely caught in such
large numbers in these waters. The
party went out early in the morning
on the yacht Whiz and when several
miles off shore the school of fish was
found and within a few minutes the
seven fish were landed and then no
more could be caught, the school dis-
appearing as quickly as they came.
The kingfish were caught near shore
as the Whiz was returning home. This
is the largest lot of dolphin that ha-
ever been brought in by a pleasure
craft and adds another record to the
long list held by the Whiz.-Miami
News-Record.
The annual State convention of the
Florida Christian Endeavor Society
came to a close in Jacksonville last
Friday and the next convention will
be held in Tampa. The full list of
officers elected follows: President.
Rev. James F. Winnard, Tampa; first
vice-president. Rev. M. G. Richards.
Lake City; second vice-president. Rev
I Fred Marsh. DeLand; secretary, Miss
Grace Townsend. Interlachen; treas
urer. Mr. Charles M1. Conkling. De-
Land; missionary superintendent.
Miss Bessie Peacock. Winter Park;
superintendent of citizenship. Rev.
Geo. I.. Hansconib. Jacksonville: su-
perinten.ient of Quarter Century Mle-
morial Funil. Miss Cora L. Peet. Tava-
res. The nominating committeee was
complosel. as follows: Mr. Ralph 1W.
Patterson. 1Mihs Cora L.. Pret. Rev. M.
Ensnminger. Mrs. Bruce ant.1 Mi.s
Woodruff.
A Conquering Hero.
Who is the man whose head is high?
To whom the people bow.
Who is it winks his other **-.*.
And says "I'll tell you how."
Who is the man who owns tihe stre'.-t


Anl weighs his pri.ld .lpor Ton?
It is the man who owns the boat
That joined the race-and WON.

81OO Keward s1o0.
Thre reader oif this paper will lie plea4sed
to learn that ther, -is at l.-at ,one ldreadful
dn-a.s that -ri'ilce ha.l- l; i-et iil to iuri- in
all its.stages. :and that i C('atarrh. Hall's < a-
tarrhl Cr- is the- ,ily positive cure koiwn
t, the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutiotal disas-. requires a ,cnstitu-
tionai trfatiu.nt Hill's C'atarrh ('lure is
taken internally. acting dire-tly upon the
blood and tnaicouas surfaces of the .y-te-ni.
thereby destroying the foundation of thr dii-
ease. and giving the pati-nt i.tr,-nuth in
building up the constitution :and asisiting
nature in doing its work. The proprietors
have s, nmuc-h faith in its <'r:ti;v,. Il.-wers-
that they offer One Hundred lkIlar fo,r any
easw that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes-
timonials.
Addrwe%. F. J. CHENEY (& .. Toledo,. 0.
Sold by DruegiA.t. 75,.
Hall's Family Pills are thin. h-.t


You Wil Need a


fire was burning.


and the kiLrhm

S den-theis the tie m
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NEW PERECNON

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goes directly to boil the kettle or bake the bread, and none
is diffused about the room to overheat it. Thus using the
"* New Pofectic is real kitchen comfort. uiaae iu three
sizes and fully warranted. If not with your
dealer, write our nearest agency.

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or cottage; bright enough for every occasion. If
not with yr dealer, write our nearet agency.






FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

New Schedile Fffective April 14th

For De tiled Information See the Ticket Agent


&SMat 350, $4.O0 &d $aOO i an tyls



JULIUS KLINE



.._ -Now


0 A GOOD DOCTOR
will recommend

BALLARD'S
HOREHOUND SYRUP
Every couah wc-akeru th;- tl.-,. lo--. ri~t,
vitality, breaks down the ti.-.surs. :ai; i a.-a
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it to be more susceptible to t t :'- **::'. -.. t -'
germ. BaFAr.ls t rehoun. 1-=Fp. p .. .. .,
the cough and strengthen th, ey=t..-m.


JThe Children Like It.
WMrL C. H. Runyon, Stan!-w'rr-, Ii. wri.'--;: "i hhave.
usfd Sour allard's IfHore!ound Sy3ruipamdi lr: d i .r i i r
useful m rMic ine for cough t, ar.dl colds, j.r: :, .,.i i,
troubles, It is vo-r;lea-antto ti.Lktae-.!.I:;%U
trouble in Inducing tho children to tak., i-.. -
mend it highly.'
Don't wait until that ee~::'h derelwp' i Y,**
gerous malady. '11" .1.0! v
spells and insure a 1., iw z,.ntll
CURES COUGHS, C.~ i_. SORE l.L':j
~CU~BRONUAIFAIS, A A. !L T O s
COUGHn AND ALL r-C*N~i TROUBLES.


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*CVWTHN(LS,&TST INWS __el i t lI.e's IAL

S"AID IICIDEIS EAY,"5 A MMt30
^*vPx**K *fi s -tar t I I fa- ^ if -lat ouan in aN the laest shad in- l k A- a -
if i Bid natural color, worth 36 ( I H
.* i. Ge'. i -- -. C" d Ge. s. tripedbmsok e ts Y
Mo h- meldt to a Dr-. lNOW. Dnth 'o lT rih. fom t -the ieSt .tia yam p IW & nat at pm -a-a fi -.
"I.i= = f-s b atatr thisbeat atof thw tBa t. a i WD n era mtera for Wmrtwaists a suits, trr ,
l. ir a o atter h it toe r drin o ad as Dr swoth 35 cents, special 25 ents per Mr. L W. tu llid .
m nt na Mr S.zYl l ed ffias be tors for sells VAI'haf W^M em M tl Mt
d r m a b be .- ry low pa- br -iceInquir -a q F. N. i ,French m in pla Oo S- .
ra Ta y t,, l y, Praisntsp sayli Th r .....-- Wadt dr foort adis' t~ er speadin the wint a -
0( niae2' ande children's drt es, speia he btifnulFlodia thomeinRie.
M aatignht mo yirm y Utilf -f a 25 ents per yard. lede.
in l i Afotm terret style, fair- ae e ou'r aett athe bet. Schi ur, p..s ed Mped s .itlk
OL 41 pi that of criemes PL00ligur tht & doCd satpe l OO to $2mg e Mrs. Goo. W 3 obbigs retu a
,,"* r Pi n t i e -it bi iry m i .s for hous demm h We. .i dresme, vils mot *e
slrtegiuit bntbL TBl taak*- 6 emits p ae ya rdd hayome att d rla to a visit ve wry
llooks bes antou? in del at WllostmS.troi White bin oyaitable for ladies' friends atNow ammaada vt
", i .rlHM-. l SM $10.009, M,.00, Mr. J. ore, of Cocoa, s in skirts or Mitsa 0 ide, adl wth a to hera t- w soa, uf, at "-"
S .i $1f t$.00. town yesterday afternoon, al o D. St. 25 cents, special Monday, 15 cents Richard, at. Rallien. e, la
Mr hire. Iint oniftis Cl ir Niret, of Indianola, per yard.
WNsON ANN1d Mr.sL tw r, edthof ithe S ecprices inlaces and embroid- Abot wen.tt4 .vet peopl n w.t to
W9l4T l & spho n e n- Wher.& e^, i editor of the o wtCocoa from here y rdwe to t is
Wat.. PyohD a maeditr o d inAmanome ant of Rdm bleached IPes e7290, the Metherodim trevivareturningit
eSt TwcleTamprlai, w wia ar Wednesday and special 5 ents each. nisht vieaul with Bw Maed
cal TdRi wide iled at iTH SrAB okie. Cotton voices, in al s the latestao.e a w MaJrnd
Ca at i l 27 i w r ide, worm eath50is, mch ho ha e d leading the .o
SAt AL Postmagter Taylor left Tiesday for ial 25 cents per yard. there.
a vacation of two weeks which will Curtain w im, poa dots and bt- J. iaeMobley started up wrk
afa weather thiweekfor which be spent on Benans river and at terty pattern, stripes and chebk, wwth bI wei driving plo
* asr "a Cheater Shoas hoC of refuge. special 1 cents per yard. o
w l nl Tck t ff Wte etg t yard .Oto on agd at dow a two4mgh piped wel
W. HE. HE Gles m pen m t aWednes- Mr. G. E. PRtaet arrived home teed, 36 inches wide, pewitl per yterday fr Walter Gil. The
day m in1tusville on binea from Georgia last Saturday fora yard. plant in doing emelet work and we
h. a .. das In wn this week, about June 1st Mr. PithtAt'xpe -a ty of yr ad e .
S.. ,- M. .. wie w'25 cents, Monday read a








l. eit" h-. lidth 1Mmblby for g tomovMe isbmi to Ge oriahAdt9.nwe e when he wil enlp tellt
SCapt. rmid areaglar witer tO hofyto Geora for eants per yard. Mr.. B.oi kindly set a box
s tor, leoftMenday for his home in t emmer. Whitenainsook specianllygoodfor af leio ora i his e
ad W eimon. r. C. F. Clark who reaentlyol wort l idcat onaot to the gh rhoo
Wua s i Roh editor of the Ree- his raif motor boat, the Bruiser, drawers, sizes fro 2 to Wednesday, when the were ditrib-
Jrdaills M B i. Hhimp ro- ~ oLaI Worth, to Mr. Vuille, of ofthe bet quali ty of lo t utto the pal, and everyone
a edat i e rit~ e. Rled. S anchored off this de with umbrella ruffle and toeks of them V rit thaend th
r raia Haor a ent a few pl ace yesterday in i private yacht Monday only 5 cents per- for Mr.S an



l G.o W and C. W. e r at~I i .

a c a ttoe w. L a- o tte nd the detodi ne aevl, RM m orth l ondtves a WDoRt Haletan












to att enau m rem thea Methodtortevive ow mhe Prbth$LOD.rhat n-Wm%
N-. ar. d Satd of Taopic, on at that lace, r netuni w late that s fent le atherS ounIda5 lin h l
a et Tueskday for W htte pri aanmiht. Oi to I en thetIr ter t a q alitydpatt eater Mtir, a ta mone aof thforce i f
aek d h ll ork forA.OM them to p- Miiharrev WH rronm Ia ora unrde Bcr hee CAoror batC r Heal,
a t til after th heavy showers se Al wh nvai oord clov diok, oin eio ocoBithty. g his =-
d. Mr ad n K oso of S. Augi- Mr. and Mrs J. C. Kent who have r ole, nw a the ua tlit ydrd foi h ride
t Mi a.riv d u If. y nd sft o ter a de t p uof rte linen twth wide si ke lsp, speir a, set i tb
porad ta f the winter here with S U.week, whn be nill eoe y the Hall










IBshaeohtdeol c.in.h. ctunt for do ev.en aXo t:. aeoaoUd.wtatert ; r"ner Con cetsh had
a 8a- wbi re -1 t o kno that his leasewhere theywil n sped the of the above goods. i r, Bae as atm o ah, at -
aIespet ivery mcth i btpk s od. Fe sumte Mr. and Mrs. Ken whrt and oand t
w no in r o eed, e Ger -taile m, To seade mat frien s f to detail regrdtng the new Poe
Sil ine Yorga dlw hi thei hare a made mry orietetndr aorn Notes teriaon cdhrch illedin at R ockledge
e nreC. J. oine ands am o and aSe hardho wit ee gla.d wml me a. Robo om~ illd vi this sm.onm ani. MWhit se eect to
Sei friamds spnt e ad o retthurn ne t fall. a Ste. abriechurch. sville Sn- so nrth about the first of Jn e.
a t Oalad ez cm the ndaport y eveng A .aia Whiterpad Tun 9ra A pl oi easant
eatnuisr p lt time.m M r.Wo Ws day even, A pri 1 tlih, iat
r. J Hawk arrid W.dne- To the aDenem Vee re n va t Rev. Win. Stonesw ill paeare nt alle nhie in
a day. Di.on m a nr. now will ao t Of ill health I have de- IGa -on Suday next at 11 a. I.Feis wer e otaindl, d t aw tad
S rthe b ang at San e l during headed to wi thdraw y ame. from the m t itusvlle at 7:,3 p. In. n Me r w roa ta a
ew e of the L L Yt oloumn and to tdecdine Rev, 'obe will conduct service at s.k eOE.tst
a- bs emnce of the K.M.L e9"y Si S r SHoe aE Seening Apuin and Pal 7each M r.Wt .d _S. peasan
Mr. .I. afrlight and t.ile fmze to be xa umevrt .for the office of the Presbyterian church at 70 Sun- e rve-duraad sewi m r iLne
N. Cd w lac county treasurer. In justice to my- day evening. Sunday school at 3 in tS'ar d
c one of the cottages Sanoself and my family I feel that I am afternoon. Tuesday afternoon at 3 CmAS.A. GAUS 'Ph3one
e will wor for A. Frink drin oustifiable in taking tistep. Inde- the usual praye-keeuig.B
l the s dining the kind urgings of my friends Rev. W. H. Cresson will have ser- e t l
Sthe p e. sI do so with the keen sese of viceat St. Marks church, Cocoa, on Te Britiyshsteamer Beeforth, C0-
. C-pt. n Hston, of iami, gratitude to them for their past up- Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and at ,, bon from stum oore to Tam-
Sarrived Friday and snt ntil Wed- port and their present amui-nKcs. St.Johns church, EanGallue, oSn- pa or eat Cm rSpied upter the
y rme y ith has paLats 5d othot Ihave held office in this county for day evening at 7:30. All are cordial- U. S. weather bureau office she had
Srelatives wene left to em his many years and therefore feel that ly invited. been ashore on Cape Canaveral. No
a duties on the Colnnhia. now being j cannot be accusd now of shirking -__ details were obtainable, but as the
used on the exfoin in declining to be a candidate at this New Bat For Nextproceeding to destinar-
i The I. left last Friay f te. J. F. WOOrEN. McCoy Brothers, of Daytona, have tand w uicured.
thr quarters at Lybdon, Ky. This a keel laid for a new boat service be- WaTE 'o .tl m. u be i
Sha been one of the bestwinters they Special Summer Hotel Rates tween St. Augustine and Palm Beach firsasconnand cheas. i
* have spent here and the citizens of For the summer season Palmhurst next season. They have had a very ; terms, conditions and particulars. L.,
5t Eau Gallie regret to see them leave. hotel will make special rates for table successful business this winter. 'care of STAR office.
er Colonel Fowler having pur'hased boej0d to tOnr people and to families. j
. the property it is settled now that t uhieir gatiS For Rent FoForty das aill buy a lapge second
" this will be a permanent school in Rates as follows: Tavor cottage or suits of rooms furn- hand Rider-Ericsson hot ir engine. Will
the winters to come. The tizens Table board perweek (21 meals) ished for summer. burn any fuel or rubbish such as car be
bt cwul gladly welaoe them next year. ,. meals) $4. -thing for irrigation. Apply or address
*wand g womm, $7. The Alpine Hotel STAR office.
if Orange ad Grapefruit Trees MASSEY A Co., proprietors. j tusille, Fla., F. A. Losley, man- F;i^ goi


SGrown at Shiloh, Fla., on high Enlarged pictures of ourself or your eager. On the European plan -furn- A roomy hoe on Indian river, sev-
Shickory hammnoc. Free from white loved ones given away tree to cah cus-, wished rooms and quick lunch. Cen- enty-five acres attached. Bearing trees
Sfly. One year to two year old buds. to mer limited qua cities to besp rally located -orange, grapefruit, tangerine and
Prices from 25 to 6 cents. Caref Call at Heath & Co's. store they mandarin, a few ytree.
ly Dc dand delivew atOakHil l wll be pleasedto explain full For Sale Cheap For Cash Choice location for r and chicken
station. J W. G About 88cre of good high land on rm ao boarding house in winter.
S. B i n ethe eastor ocean sideof the ndian river Full informatiths office.
I So, F. ar i T es i at the Narrows, described as follows:
to Drym Fine lot2erold &. ruitbuds, LotNo.3, section 35, alo lot No.3, ee- -Photo pMh Gafler
SMr. : sh ed d Standard, 3 tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39 Go to Faust, the ptographer, on
w Dryaborat in all kds prompt- e ah, 5.00 per 100 e.t. This land n unimproved but fe- Julia street, for artiticPto. All
. 3rt to. Meet aB tai. B 1 "lloeated. For further partiula ad- work first c and prompty attended
f. .L. HoL o, rM Low to. Crayon, pastel, water colors and
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