The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
May 1, 1908


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


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

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University of Florida
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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-I9* TITU8VILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1908 NO. 2

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g I"a Pi ( tIt u We mean exactly what we say Pr al aa a at p ltht Pepperell bleached sheeting 9-4s, S t Abot te opleof Ituabout our spring clothesu worth 35 cents, Monday only, 38 cents Tmha Im t Ton They are teset examples of high TmIi Hg s g per yard. Ili 5 T) II en elm tailorg ever o yfore nnblesed Sea island cotton,36 Maveltaid gapaach, en t nelam ta loring everoerereayor New Drink-aa ebPunch, 5 e inches wide, Monday's special, 13 Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville.
.- mets, at ee e rlume, r me Ih
t h m D n st o e iee en our clothing 5 e yardsfor To see them is to buy them- thseinti r5ld n enteaiie know in weaeuring clothing Dst-Sto'A . Linen crash toweling, extra quality fant shoes I blue, pink, tan, black and sSbintc it The exclusive tailor kknow oae re in ue esd special 1E centsperyard white at Braning's. a it. We know it. Do you know it? black mohair, bothinhes
P ayteraorurn ole W e antyou t. .ous nd hck towels, 36 inches long, Mrs. C. J Denham expects to
u a lor T Come here for look! We're per- at Bnrning's. Fi cen ts te eaarieh.
dl bee l l two weeks' vietio feetly willing to rest our case on Mr. anod batiste in endless variety leave in a day or so for a two months Mr. ad Mrs. W. ttile, of Co- ar bo ght to sell for vacation.
"n as iver Men's Suif $18, $12 s, 818 con, were in town Wednesday. 35and40centsperyard, Mondayn- Marvin Goodman has installed a
Mr. ind Ms W. F. Jb of Day- it Mrs. C. Walker, of Atlanta, who ly, 23 cents.
asday a sterFigred lawn, worth 20 and 25fie glass peanut roaster in the new
d Wed to attend t thelowestprices. h as been here on a visit with her p yard, Monday only, lildg just north of his stand.
the efuela f t eirnephew, Andrew Strictly one pricetoall. mother Mrs. F.S. Battle, since cents, pe en building just north of his stand.
Rice. WINSTON S. BRANNING ember, left for her hme Monday. Whitelawn 40 inches wide Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Sharpe of a en ern, leftfor her home monday. Whitelawny,40 inhe s ide, good Sharpen. are in town this week and Mr. Ra B. Stewrt, of Brantley, Up-to-Date Clothing Ho se Commodore and Mrs. C. A. Welch ity, Monday only, cents per o an r
hidateimhforeretit he in the n sard. paid HE SrAR ow se a pleasant call.
didate for representative in the Tituville, Florid arrived Wednesday from Artesia on Fine quality white cambric, spc- The frame work is up for Mr. F. S.
basale wain towa esday and their way to their summer home in alily good for underwear, 10 cents Battle's new home. The work of
Wed tday. High School Commencement Masachusetts, which will be spent per yard.
Mr.. H. i ndler, of Clinton, The third annual commencement this season at Cohaet. Whitema llaise bedspreads, ex- citing concrete blocks for the Rath
ahe sereh ofn14 toCme mn Cr e a hre e tra size, worth $200, for $1.419. bun cottage will commence next
S.C. arrived i town Wednesday of the Titusvile high shool washeld Rev.L.T. lobe, who has had charge French lawn,40 inches wide. sheer week. n e md ; t till yesterday afternoon last night in the opera houseand the of the Presbyterian churches at this and fine for mmer dresses, worth ev. John W. Walker returned
with relative, n down the room was packed place and Rockledge, left Monday 35 cents, special 19 ents per yards
oe on Sa s trip. The exercise were mont pleasinglyt m o aftemon homein Kasa Ladles' 26 inch umbrellas, good north on the early train Monday
Seo t e for his b me i Kansas gloria silk, in endless variety of an- morning. Rev. Milledge Walker and
m. Gradick, whohasbeen Pend- combined with the recital of Mrs. C. but expects to spend most of the dIes, worth $2.00, special $1.49 wife will remain on Indian river anhmgmetiehereoithherdaughter, J. Denham's musie class (as was so summer in North Dakota. Mesquite bars, extra size, other month.
m.. Beag, left Tuesday for S- nicely donetwo years ago), givinga Mr. J. L Mobley struck fineflow $1. each; and for 3-4 beds 91.19.
e will atopfor while much greater variety of entertain- of fre water Suan Wed Black taffeta, yard wide, fresh Mrs. Frank Webber and baby. who io am uh MT r.i te ermen t kintoeth er th and fresh d atr at Sunbeam Wedns' from the mill, good heavy quality, have been here for afew weeks' visit ith her daughter, M Toar. ment and linking together theprts on Mr. Ge. obbi' place very yard guaranteed, special $1.19 with Mrs. M. E. Webber, went to
TheCocoa and Titille juvenile in both music and dramatic art in which comes within fivefeet of the per yard.
asebll nines played a garne at this most entertaining manner. surfaceat a depthof 6 feet. Itbe- Mail orders promptly filled on any Daytona yesterday dehere they will place saturday afternoon that re- On account of this combinationthe gins to look favorable for a water o KNE, Titusville friends for a d famil y lefte.
melted in a vito for te visitors by stereotyped way of solo readingsand supply for the town. uu Titu jester day to make Lake City leftheir
a eof 14to. The coa boys ingle part exhibitionsonthe part of Mr. Vuille, wife and three children Deth of Andrew Rice futrehome. TheirTitusvilefinds
sho A fle pat while the ppils wosputaside much as w e als h a e po futurehome. Their Tituville friends d erie it ils a ud as c posi and nurse, alsoMr. Ranck, the ph n Andrew Rice, the 13-year old son wish them every success and deeply bome ine were lackddin that re- Ms le, ad fares, o nediettas, six tgrapher of Rokledge arried of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Rice, of this regret their departure. tk d dld ll indeed toholdthe n aeightshandpiw anoeleti we Tuesday afternoon in heir Cadillac place, died Tuesday night about 11:30 Miss Daisy Brady went up to New s fro a wlkovwr. en ed to give opportunity to aut ontheirway north tospend the from tetanus, or lock jaw, induced, Smyrna Wednesday afternoon for a
SWl. H. brupe. carna; many students a 'poible and still summer, stoppingoveruntil the next it is supposed, by sticking a fish fin short visit with Miss Mabel Berge
A. M. Stewart, secretary, and P. hold down the length of an enter- morning, when they left for Enter- in his finger. The case was critical before the latter leaves for her New
op, M. S. Swl, of Sharpel FA tainment, for the most of which are i e e laS levste
asur. w.S. orien eam u t eor pprise from the start, the developments Jersey home for the summer. Miss
P_ Ca om and Courteay respec- too long. i
t ely wer hereTe and Wed- Space wil ot permit of our a A negroby the name ofJo ame manifesting themselves dangerously Bl ady is expected to return this (Fri
lively, h. uisday andu Wed- Space w ill not ermitof our par- h o r hn im is e o reu tos F
Sto atted an important eet- ticularizing but brief mention should cut another of his race by the name the middle of last week, after which day) afternoon.
md of the Demorati Executive e made of the graduating class. of Fred Walstine at Lyratta Sunday there were signs of improvement, afternoon, the wound being in the but onl'temporary, characteristic of Mr -eo. L, Branning has resigned
tte with G. F. Duren, of this hee were the Misses Marion Gru- the he as cashier of the Dade County State
la. b er Jeannette Norwood Helen Wil- left lung directly over the heart, this trouble.
Mr. F. semnnstffor son, Grae at n, aidee Dren Dr. tley was called and the injured Everything that could psibybe ank, at Wet Palm Beach and has
ked, adela Mjak i Grace Rathbun, Saidee Duren, manr ti be accepttd a situation with largr salMt L. th Naew rk acre siman was brought to this place and done by skillful physicians and loving accetd a situation with larger salShil ilsoo al sin 1908th Iwm l be ple the sun at Fo ent rayiint g of Mre.1.o s M Ma eig t af RHus Hrleft at his relative's, W. H. Walstine. hands availed naught, and the sud- ary in a bank in the northern part
who has ent a couple of months W paying from the grammar of s promising lad has Of this state. Mr. Branning has bees Dade St. Lie ounties in the dertment into the high school and Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghton and den death of so promising a lad cashier of the above ank in ce it
intmeta o1 The Packer, arrived in receiving their diplomas from Coun- their son,. Mr. Frank Houghton, of cast a gloom over the town. organization in 1893.
Ttusvile Saturday and is stopping ty School Superintendent J. R. Walk- Daytona, arrived inTitusvilleSatur Thefuneral services were held in orgaition in 1893.
at Mrs. DeiM 's for a week or so. er, who made an appropriate pres- day afternoon and remained until the Methodist church Wednesday af- We are informed that Mr. J. G.
Mr.Walem nbspentseveral sea entation address, preceding the same Monday when they returned to the teroon at 3:30 and were very m- ast, who has been in charge of the inFloridaand is acl obse o rver Fountain City. This was Mr. Frank preiiively conducted by Rev. F. P. Indian River hotel, at this place, fr f agricultue and well posted inthe with a few remars to the patrons Houghton's first visit to Titusville, McCall pastor, assisted by Rev. W. a number of years past. has gin frit and produce line. e gave The salutatory was rendered by while the doctor and his estimable Mod. with brial in Titusie the management ofme t a t
Tla SrA office a pleasant call Sat- Miss Norwood and thiraledictory by wife always have had a warm spot"
rd as soon as he arrived in town. Miss Gruber, both compositions in their hearts for the old place they cemetery. The following lads, class- charge of the popular Cit h,Wl.
have visited so many times in the mates of the deceased, served as pall Daytona. for the summer, hil. tirhe showed careful thought and prepa- past. lr. Frank Houghton has bearers: Leland Lsley, J. D. Crabb, proprietor, "'Dad" Matthew,, taks
Fn Mod st i of Men's ration and were most creditably giv- splendid tenor voice, wellcultivated, Jr Roy Osban. Edie Enright. Her- a et for his health thi sunH
Men's Prinmly shirts, stripes and This was the first exhibition of urT ind FoSrfulnand het ntertain- t
ed number of friends by amusiale b rt Ikthea. Jn. Battle. being a- a trip asr- ad through the I nmsd polka dot the market, s pea eight hand work on two pianos in at the home of the editor of THn stel by the W. O.W. Mrs. S. A. Singleton rturn h,,'e
the bestshirts on the market, special STAR Saturday night. He also sang The floral dic-,,atins twer' ir, fe:; tIhe irst ,f the week frts W1t I. in 0 Cnt each. Titusvilleand itssuccessful rendition one of Dudley Buck's famous comlpoo M.e and rs. ie hase the lcepr lkath slier e she visited h,.'- ,
We will also place on sale about speaks for itself in the highest terms sit-ins as an offertory at St. Guies i's smpath of ill in their hir,,f Mr. Sl,.man Singleton N Ne!500 pairs of odd pants, inblue serge for Mrs. Denham as a music teaeh- church Sumnay night. iday l r Singleton expcti- 5:r
and light and medium dark patterns aflicti.
in summer weights, priee from $2@ er. Ia6ughter. Mrs. C. Cc. .uti a:l to Sic.Every part on the prgrasmme Public Speaking Church Notes daughter, lis Loui Curtiss,
Special prices in trunksand dress showed that careful work andil much i,,'n,.r X r a- C h ,Note. ... frit iss Lous tar.- '.....
uit cases, training had been done by the teah- i t,' fr U.. r' sIatill will atdr. ,
JuIus KLINE, ers, Prof. S.J. Overstreet, pricipal; I thepeolle h n-t Mnlaym,,r.- 11, sA At' I Iae t L'a Ir s i ll ;t ir Is:! l ..';III,. .h l. ..- :e rie.
TitusvilleFla. Miss Helen Miller, first a. istant:, ig at it eo'cl,rk it the'curth,. n' I atTitus\ill, at::p., t,, a ,, i, tN, s l,, i tan ,tte'i nasli tmad sue IOrange and Grapefruit Trees Miss Mabel Whitacre, second i- Th.i.eit hr Ns,vet irsiss i o s.sstsen t a red thseiiiii ,, iAi '.ts.s' ri .
Grown at Silo. Fla.. on high ant;: Mliss Gertrude Mlendel, third h r Ntt. r," Asiee lcsi: sroi al -ly' e' l A 'i.s s,, "",'hickory hammock. Free from white and Miss Susie Teeter, fourth. Not NI. Di ........ ,hig xt' hr I I llBy. One year to two year old buds. a break or a falter 5'sscur'eed the Vsla's.'.! ,',.s-.s- ,. er. I i risi
Pricesfrom25to 35 ents. Careful- whole es-cmicg aid Tii' ,s ial. i Il "' isi o-'. I -- Is'vah r'r ', : eF" si 1a u "
ly p cked and dclivered at Oak Hill feel proud of the vommlllectn t of oirs liit .,ttic toI ; uIlil. .
station. J. W. GRIFFIs, eCali at eloath & I', str anprhyusinf mrmtng. its t s*i at 'ii.Sp,
Shiloh. Fla. 190. iwiteleaOlt- ct- elan full prartiu- ianld at clribl,urn iF l:e es,rnia al ior Rent Back to His First Love 'j-sT r ir'
Drayng Mr. 1. M. Mabbette of Hlls Hill For Sale Cheap For Cash Rv. John B. Lcr, of Jack,, ill,. Tav,, ,. Drayigorhaulingofall kinds prompt- formerly in charge of the Indian Riv- IAbout 88 acre ofi gd high land on will l'ecture ise th,- 0ths, lt eu, i s I
ly attended to. Meet all trains.
H. F HoLt .n, r hotel of this place, afteran inter- .isr et silet the Indian r Titu-viile. M,iday sCnin ati:se .
Titsvll,'la of vealao the hote.latthe Narrows. d ..b.d as follows A TEI) oi a m STitmsville Fla. val of secral yearaout of the hotel Lot No. 3, section 35. alsolot No. 3. c- on Head Him Right. IY5u mu5. con fir- t 'ai endl Psn arn,, hal,, t Bargain in Trees busine has gone back to his "first tion 36 in tonship 31 south range 9 entrance free. t,.r ,onditisn- andar ar- i .
love" and hasr leasd rae rs, eait. This land is unimproved hbut fine- The Rev. W. H. Cre,,n i. rating -OIf STOit, oc. Fine lot2-yearoldgrapefruitbudsa ea Bres Is lacateil. For further particulars ad- -ai
S Marsh aedless and Standarud, 30at Sea Brez. and will conduct that Sale E Low at a nearby reort an reurat Wood For Sale ento ech, $5.00 per 100. popular hostelry this summer. We Brocktton. am. from a sickns. There will .-, in J.B. B CH, know Mr. Mabbette will be pleased Machine conse uence. noservc in St. a- Pint or wah. any env.thi Aloe Wet Palm Beach, Fla. to have the patronage of all of his t nar w i riels chur on una ght. and harri. Se or adr J.
Indian river friends who chance to 1The best and lihtest runismgon the Sunday school at Titusville Mi. E. ami. Titsil, a Photograp Gallery visit Daytona beach this summerand market, does both chain nd ick stitch church at 3 p. m. in charge of l The Alpine Hotel that they will be also please to stop on the s me machine Cantbe furnished Jack lrgg. Prayermeeting eerv The Alpine Hotel Go to Fast. e p airphber, on at The Breakers under his manage- ith either rotary or vibating suttle.:Wednesday evening at 7:30. l v. Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, manweia smtelaetsa, "atd atmIe A rg met M. b abbette will f aKeanssorrented. F. P. McCall will attend quarterly ager. On the European plan furnts.~a = ste water colors and harge about the 14th of Maysand Nw.NRIVMER Msic HOU.% conference at O-ievn Saturday and ished rut-ins aid quick lunch. Cenon a specialty. The Breakers will be open June Ist. i Titusville. Fla. i Sunday. trally located.

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M e n rlck.eesn. John mier ho a D 3m.made a fne nccen at It the past year:aM I NINE I h....i sae.ll He bnt a e large Yard about a 1 PAIR Id"" ofl tinI- sni o uacre la extent down on the river front
tia Life Ilnarane Comp a many kday irer gaem Tote It takes In an the orange tree and a er 1 bealue In South hw thisrat chag m be brghht ther tropical shrbbery and is a very
I will pe ecmfecting s to band.l of beatiful place. They have a fine rnT dd 18 Od =-iI nFlodrss on the beach and pick up a great b la wMAme.e aeef 41 skt..Pmmea many grabs, Sh and shell. They have aot,. ha e
.Fla. ti he elde It He asy "Fanmm done splendidly, have laid bushels of -P 4 school. e ea ith Da '. Kid ney P I eggs and have furnished brollers for Ia ll P & a d
M we ae iU opening Ina Jk- 17a lmm m them t any ei d the home market and a great many iawi a
edm o gwih o- .etl or the hda"e Klde have been sent away. 4 b ll
~and are misega with c os id*d *aa g ee mat lat sl l eah e am el m s atr A burglar o~ a ag or nrarr w r a M. mo t o ag 0k ld mtidild' t dm etbythey operating at Deland and the aethoriI ae lef for Cab a a l M p. l ties should use every effort to capture
Set mm of Me - ewe k s the. During the pad week they L t3 $4.00 and $.00 a W in alle1
e.y v, tosI" a h tutr e a. la'e have broken Into the homes of Mr
oP1ty ke voted to b e d me. From pnaoa Howard, the Shimer place, Mr. Ed IL A. IDC, M h Moan. lid by
Sroad from Oals to D-eel- p hr eanw tht thi comely no lde- wards, Mrs. Mayo Dade Prof. Itchpeed uni sole filll the rep Mtlem field Coltoea Mr. John L. Thompson, dofty eonellof Mil a p Hutchinson Hall and other places. S ordinamee for the Strlct regla~ For f* by all deaIma Prie M ee From Mrs. Howard they atole $8, at um at anlbs doing bhude withIn FeMter.M m C, .b lorn l N Ye crk, Mr. Edwards three watches and a lot N a t et imit e a eof silverware from Hutchiason Hall. Th present whar of the Benner At come of these pace they got in wobat Ill be Iagthened two Pando Garcia & Co, of New York, their work while the families are sitfet d anotheIr warho Irm whih has been established man t O the or -,itll. t FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILW AY
Sthoerem. years, will open for bieess in Tampa neighbor--Deland Record. Sareo hela made in Jne 1,. employin to begin with. Il Boatmen who have occalon to s LOCALTIME CARD No. 75. IN F PPCT APRIL 14. 191
tfor a proper reonlion of n. The fIrm has leased the factori it Key West or rese among the keys 49 MAI No. 7 No.9 ,h t semin of the United State bilding at Palmetto Beach formerly will be glad to learn that a gasoltl.e. Ar llsy ai l eonrt fr the Northern district of Flop occupied by Monterlerno & Co, who Station is to be installed on Metacum o o am A ..- s A e .Lv 10 pm a wh will convene net month have recently decided to close their be key. This will enable power boats oe n ma Le..l ilm Lv I11 O n Wedlday the National Bank local factory and concentrate their to cruise around the lower keys with L .. ..
at ao il eaged It nme to bsis In New York City.-Tampa an a.esrance that a supply of gasolineIa L llp I-440pm Lc. ...........Come.. Lv o a. :
.the reert Naenal Bank and n News can be obtained without returning am I e pku ... Zce boats tmkpo oIe.. O v 10 e-..
as of the largest banking lstit- A preparation known as "trvia" here. In the past the boWt makn pm Lv M-elboune Lv I 1 s1 1 Ia 1o0pm Lv.... 11. Pieme. --L,
n Floreda, with a capital of $750. ll e used aan experiment on er I trp were forced to carry a ap- A.... ev gag. tain of Miamins streets to prevent dust ply of gasoline cans, which was not pn L a.. Lv I The ae Sall IJe composed of and to do away with the unpleasont only troublesome but was very dan- m ........ ..... 0
mllis vemels, that has been In oer glare of the Dade county rock with serous The new station i to be lL eopm .............. IAr.KathsKeyDoek Lv
es between New York and Cba, will which the streets are paved. The proep- cated on the western shore of Meta- allyt eclept aly. tPundaera d Thradayonly :ITuedyaya un l'as, eged its Srvice to Jacksonville, the erty owner along the streets to be combe where there as a good harbor.- __ PALATxAbANCH st veoel loading there about the treated will be asmemapd twenty cents Miami New-Record. EAST PA.ATKA Leav PALATA To te
rst of mot m nth, per auuare yard. The occupations of children to thTO PALATKA Paltho EAST PALATIA P a ik
In S pto of the streons efforts of The Louisville and Nashville Ra-l. State Reform School at Marianns co 0 u.....o 00 l Jlie. a sm on em ....... o tty I
Congremmn Sparkman the House rd road has refused to comply with the slat of carpentering, brick maory ....... 1 a ..... 5i 1 1y l'
i1. k am ....... i f ilo d......- 1210 pm 2 0 xm. .... o .1 .. .
ed otte amendment tothe naval aprecent order of the Florida Railroad and b.rickmai g for oy and f girls .p .... o. i
propraton bll which would have a- commission that the railroad companyy cooking and sewing. The are two -5 No 7 Dali 7 80 pm .. No. 1 D
lowed Key West $300,000 for improve- present its books for enmination by schools, colored and white. The co-F AN EA O BRANCH
ments at that naval station. the codhmlion. The order was i. ored is one-half mile from the white r EAST PALATKA IAte L AN MATED TO A
Dr. Simon B. Conover, who during sed so that the commission might a, The buildings are built alike, both of pIda TO SAN MATEO EMe t EAST PALATKA PA10tk.
the administration of President Hayes certain if the company could not af- brick. The colored children work in 0 ano. lyn.0 an 1 01."
wa United States senator from Flori- ford to reduce ts penger farerom the morning and go to school in the t' o. 1 No s.o lt@ N 1Y
da, died at a hospital in Port Towns 4 to 3 cents a mile and also to lower afternoon, and the white children at CH D y 0
end. Washington. Sunday of infirml- Its freight rtes. tend school In the morning and work -' I
in the afternoon, and on Sundays are m vlm 20pml 1-am LJkvllc ArL7Wm li 10m ll I aeg aning from old age. The boiler in the It J. & B. F. Camp -l. m ol eI m 1 LvhnbioteLt 60 bi l I7 m ist r0 carried to church. The colored rhl Dil.- 8 1 eLwn
In compliance with the order of Company's arr dren ha Snday school In the after- N 9r m I N.m
Jdg Milton S. Jones, the office of blew up at early hour Friday mor n n1 i t. r, I ... i D ol aiano n .
dge of the criminal court of rccrd ing. instantly killing William Roberts "" e .
d the enieer badly scalding Osar R R. A. Hebb of Noatee ended his : ,o r
d oitor hve ben placed on he Powell fireman, and injuring several life last Friday morning in a little L4ke e 11 1r. ll-Clt.11pm 4 po I lo ..h...
Pm ballot by4 tlheiAt Democrati e.tNO primary ballot by the Demorati ex others, but not seriously. The engin room at the rear of T. J. Beatty's sa- m i mo
S eetive committee o Dade county. room was totally wrecked, the boiler loon in Tampa by taking a dose of '0"e*oun '0dent1 .e. v e rer sewesand wrona
A ty councilman in Tampa has being blown about fifty yards from thb chloral in a glass of beer. After drink S TIla. srl00 showthattmawh ra mTi be iny a \tn eR L-o
r d depsrt roa the ecerl .lttiea bl tthilr .rlv.h or wdepenero 66 the him*
prepared for passagebythe city oun- engine room. The engine was de- ing lown the drug to the last dregs e .'.dlnetenan. t nordV-ttC le Y held Itle onato fm..dvl'e
dl of Tampa an ordinance requiring polished. The mill was running at Webb foldedI his arms on the little ta- ore oftlelTI*Cr doilthernolrha.
all slloonmen to remove the screens the time of the explosion, and the ble in front of him,. laid his head on J AI r ] THE TICis /..T FGEN T OI
from before their bars, and all chairs many employees had a narrow escape his arms and died quietly-so quietly -i 0 RANNER itaat 0emerml Pas. Agt. ST. AUOUSTINE. FLO IDA
and conveniences for loafing from from instant death, did he pass out of life that none of the their place. well filled barroom a few feet way Referring to an article recntlr put> heard DiI loll calp~ng brealh, an t

nled to the following committees: revolutionary fame have ro20i i00 -n y f
District of Colmbia fisheries,. Pacific awaiting them in the Bank of EFnglan of the -a ai u oDh thin ea h is
islands and Porto Rico, patents. print- and that Ir. E. Il. Putnam, of. this e fray ai.. l ic ne is
ing public health and national quar- place. is one of the hei. we have jus ally at rest at e tablTh n antine and revision of the laws. learned that two more of Gen. I'nl The whit, fly has prtld to i-l o W ealh
Pensnolas new postmaster. Rix %I nans lineal descendants ere Iing in Ie o range gCr in th e i1 t f W eal h
aobinson. has received his commission Punta Gorda. They are irs. ('has Seville. in th north -nI of thi .ll, U
and commenced his duties. succ- Da v1is and Mrs G eo p. Dtais. w.. ty. The grw.t0n BALLARD S KIN
Captain W. H. Northrup who wrvce hope that they anl Mr. Putnam wil them. They will k-l on lNErT.L
for four years, received a second ; cill into a large Fhare of that fo0 though, to protect the tree. atld KING
ointment at the hans of Presidelt tune.-Punta Gorda Herald. Iroe this pest as lt h a ,os.i SNOW
This ennv to thp orame trI 0 a10.. SNOW Roosevelt but was reje-ted by Ith Tihe Flori la I ai ssolaonIEMot l ... .. '
United States Senate. whi-h mwt in Oala last wek ele ted Ind again, an gr ots i ALL
T. Williams and V. C. Scott pro, Dr. J. F McKinstry Jr., Gais-ill nit of New Smorna are infertel
ably have the largest melon farm in Pr nt: r . Powers with it. own further out. in the AND
Florida. This farm is located at Tren enI +Pek. W orange belt. where this 11 hl h ,,li-e' Dr. P-4 0th1Whttmrta e
aon, in Alachua country. not far from frnat eonn .third vipridt: for rs the growers b fi, a ali A:l li Ilnpy in th world can't nae Gainesville. The hundred and twen- Dr Pen canoe Jacksonill s e ou s .a1 ha i-ito w 0h0re hm.alth is lnlknown. Ballard's Snow Linmeat /'i Tr. h l B r s Snow, Lisuralnis ty acre are now planed with water retaye -ele t eaure. ; Dlr. '. E. Terr. I the l l kein ie itr i URE ss,. ots, aoNera ia.
melons of the choicest vareies an, Jocktnriile. lihrarian; Dr. J. Harris hc prayi la -nt nd a S llOh lIln at Foc hme t.
eighty acres with contaloupes. Pierlont of Pen-ola dlegcate to the t od.
rwhl .llecio ntf the Aner'-o Mllit-ot
.ih.her.e...d G n h e a n teoli O n e W h o K n o w s.
In the city election held in Gaines- Association. Pensacola was selected sloo On W o Knows.o.
ville Tuesday. Horatio Davis was unan as the place for holding the n"xt con. TIh lrel r thiol. par will h pha ..d J. -ft, Salt L ko Cit, Itah. wri!s; eI cannot imously elected mayor, G. K. Broome. ntion on the firlt Wednesday in t' ar l ati l e t,- i 0 atla hil e f i Kour nallaturds Soc a 11 nt foanr S. J. Burnett and C. Y. Crawford a- April next.x t1 dhat i h tIrth rrh.ila- en snrsar t tho reuatiser. I caus oed br. ea il pr dermen, B. T. Arnow, marshal. J. 3. tarrh 0 .isth- -ti]ylintle 'Ir n. k.o Ballarl's Horehounnd fyrp f(nr coulgla and cld.
e a Arllantil oarst Line train No. tOth mnh edici fmrinty (etrrb ilte Tl.,s uier:d t,ht-r dey al pain.
tax assessor. T. B. Elli Sr., tax ol- S, running from Jacksonville to Port mttuti r TtB GENUINE. Three Sis c. 50 1.
hex assenroIt. aiE llis.-r I.. tan. ('areh iiT UN ThreeSizes 25c. $1.ali lector. W. W. Hampton. member board Tampa., enjoys the distinetio of haul 1n1 internally, aLin dirrItl UPll the ing the largest load of nail for Cubah thhlodd tin'm mr f mlsyalnn, nf p..iblic works. n. t'helyo ........... l .d it. li-d
points in the history of the service, ~he. ernd g hioe l tion ftit Ballard Snow inimient Co. A meting of more than three hun- not even excepting the Spanish-Amer Iailn i D i o 00-0 Northe o ion Strn aiint,
Hired prominent citizens of DeLand icn war. Train No. 89 carried on have erh faith10in lucrative I, ner.
held last Thursday, placed in nomina its trip Friday 17,000 pounds of mail thattheyofferOn. Hundred hila ra.ty ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
hatfitailat t cure. i ed for list,.ft
tion the following for the city pr- for Cuban points. Taking into consid- i tia te cur.r li
mary: For mayor, S. A. Wood. For ration the round price of postage of AIre, F. CIIEN'EY i Thn,.. Il
ity clerk,E. D MeLeod For tresur thirty-tweeam t td ths assn d Fa Is ethebe., cs Sold and Recommendcd by
Sand collector, Ward Gould. For men alone amounted to $545. It re
councilmen. Z. T. Bielb. H- Wood unlred a large number of clerks to ban Baby won't sffr fveminoithrub 1.ll"if WitlJ L VI oL Pharm acy a And
al and S. B. Wilson y- apply I)r. Thoms' Ec rr llr at or.
11, this mal and two cars solid were It .,ts like magi BILMX1I3t 3]LiUi *attor-c

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Jete Gingr a Inztmct COMMON SENSE
Mr. Brown who lives several miles w% p gg l agag
s kh Ifrom thin city ear Dre nan's station, e c me t Orlando several days ago and r a
"f w m purchased me Jamai k gnger "forp
oft Uiamto shas- rn macke". e wole nr Uot he
th wIsufrc t go this and for ten Per 's uie s
1 rea s t sbeek he imbbed sebibed Several more drinks eerybodbe
Stoee n thys w and upon arrival at home Wa feeling o
M the eire the s hrg very ay and debonair. Upon being a y r lvr rand l prati questioned a to the source of the flow
s .emansi d, with oteof spirits the fact was elicted hat h
SI l ard t stoa. bad purchased the "giger from the principal etrtd hf a m!

ent o mthe realg of an automobile lg the Judge helda the ca under ad llg y creating an appett for ein there al-r

The prinple Inavolnved i asImlar to visemeat and will render a decfon eoholie beverages or habit- forming at of the automobile m er, t r- later.-Orlando Reporter Star. bottle wrpp e-thema sworn ro to port heag prevented through the ar- -- Or. Pier, and yn will aind that his tio of a valve which a love the gas h A H ppy Father Golan Medical Discovery,' the reda, to e cape gradually, th only a slet ioo ned to a ad oe if he ha to lk blood-purtier, stomach tonic and bowel ilig soind the floor every niht with a ryinfo by. eregulaor-themedicinewhech, whil eat By h dei ce, which does not t te'sBl iri ill okethe child well reommeded to core coaumpto In It ha appearane of coy weapon except slnmber. Pest fr disordered bolsr and fo a smal croesple e orar the m ole r stoacho teething babie need it. Io oea anl thr an hl mc Oftzs .pholleassof had ID tt wea stomach,
tHae eape of the gee following it e iieat A t ne afe theimn y a tt r ead O t k tod a
age o the epla re is shut off j o tm l dro Prisco a and 50 at prtorpidIlvera e b ei rohl truble, wrhs the ftllet emerge from the mIe the led osr tdly irenesd l oamed op it T remit obtained by men of Cand ot C b Certified ec s nlly tmiote In coa mpt on b MrT a the Golden sde lD valet opmlt d b the psan ure o the Under a lng of the ity attorney T e ad I he nol te n d ira t te Of an a bre used. that Of PenSnacola e anon w e a t tenIf o p thn are I al- tro l ia r Sd xn rro the hee Immtd t r o esaert U idhonar p miraced It sh. ithr the bllet pom ent i IshD edica ioera Prstng Ha peon fre ecpin eck scm of eonrr wo't atic Yen mona p which W poted s a forfeit b eosrciseyod rpatieer ndper everel i
iday aneid pero win a on t e reaarm bier length of t ime to ad t b an nepq ti nle shoveten t e tlelad bond b e. when they bid I fill bolt. Th e Iredlen lif whch ue s tduo y theroegh a series en 3000 worth en ol impreat. me at r. Pr'mdllnes areompoasdth a
oh p s h o t e s o ll o w n b e e t o G E O R G G R A Yt D La lil e d ead o r s m e n t o f t ynO o f rnail lm ths obIm otil all noi e bao of the city, and ld i toane isdln; t lead c bltB tis thoano a smon ae ta slght hi atie sonsd Am f p the sue. The city attorn ey rue of lay, n on-rofessonl. ttimonIlas mnltti e any kind may he etd. that Inasmuch a the bondo were aTe y nd sot ahre nbelxlae
r lafee m etesi ki 3o d ari ndealne e MiLa eperte asse n that 0 the ar sold at the fee hs o by the mdllorlowT at~ onaele prs wee heida the p ower i revoletlonl mds molet m od of warfare By city that o damage reaulted, and I a i in hera could work selg t therefore the city would not e e i leU- i .. .. sa a a t's front t nd l oot p don pIl- tied to olle t tht mose. Had th a n auo: l e or c on- c a wtlout theIr pscr i hec noted bonda not been tiod mmed ately o- RUDD a.R
aramete wol be e ald to GEORGE GRAYS OF DELAWARE. leeward, or ha d hcity entdlled any HOW TO BOOKS pit a men withest ra Porta betray- hi la f l poall The ertoe ded t re t I the list ofr p ideotu l poemablltns a thie or ge ray beth g l s by the parties t a in u thea h n t r 't a ttsin at rm maTed mitne"t s widely disa ed. His publi i record h aws that be wu gaduted ro e, the city, ordn to his opin- Se.
a'te wth tIredoe a enetlie be- colige i the b dUhof Idl andtoo T sryure in Har r Lw eel i. weud bare been entitled to tho dsiv a.- I,, ,iN u t m a ts p etlie eoud be defined, uftar which he pactl.'l tan in lciare- He woo attorney general of Dena- amont a s dt ei, T'o .oimdy eph.
ase ISi- v. Lnled Sta ten sntor fru lll atte tt-B l der of the o to oallulo Isr t ro to
gE T O Demplnto Bsnators oat the "aor r bill oeeermd an icpsst an enAlveu big Ieut Trout ighin ct ould PRod.IC..CE ECI
a E."M.IT FOR rc B. to o tal wa. emcbr or the Cnodac Joit hig tahelonoeld 4pc i Grsr eo. H. Dorr, o New Rochelle. N. .h h.aim neoy r .the
the panlsh p eom mlelon Ihe sae ear. ha, oirean the anthracite went trolling on Lake Worth Thr Is ren mll# 11 10 % thus obviating alo lo t ar- r.1r up n $ 0 w h pl R an t iin its ca n T H E De R PU BLI H Uaie i Pad Whi D urls strike lomh lon 1lli-. Chairman of the Ala sma tel strike oet aha a ti a. A..a o. l
s e is sure euh r and has hee soleo rhitetor In teve other lnbor di p tac ts hie in otre =
e Ii a ote folk a e member o the interstioel rrt of ttlo a ppoltd in ordan sport before lea g flor the north al ad owO l a

o ours eut c t ar are l pp the thd lrelt e aitruc fl h that gave him no it- Iaonaw Tat o a moeo s 4 ails a the h o the a e b g ind tie so t of sport fom He tier t"s" sLe Wo eeh H ea go s wprv kno. heie struck and took considerable time ..
te uf e theleu lve. that of ened g ai vo thle. lahLW lanodibrile sad yet o (Di ytoa JGoral ) l el land In the hat. It proved .n .et ..a...i t... S
fra ady lnursdsod to mietJ. To entent a we eppoees. mpoetantl At the I Ual meetn of the flo- ha e he bigger t seao trout caught here Or 'O r soL- ucr oor tetalItreOaen o e "ale debun-t e Let o i see l If h l as co lcdn g Ida East C east Automobile h th Ain essonl and one of the Ti es e C an the hegh The that I ot maothe o In this tle held thuraey evening te ver pulled Ot o the l. It wa sO mOe1.,', O s s 1 itwl he H a lt l fol weiged o rth wan m t e p paynO I heg wiothr oft the a m an.t r. g.e...rr.l ..f .Ti..mS.t h g 0 dA s
Si te all brob aNo tte oi iattee o eig Wl tere eeto f the roght o le city and weighed a vsE I E : O XPOs E RI EYN CO E e being yeoa: me sored. It was 331-2 Inches long W TO IL A heaiE cn aR wiY v l e wt It is fhforeor la J. B. Foster, president; 8. H. Gore, and weighed 1 1-2 Ib. Mr. Dorr fees 1 .t -., .,
Sd~ t eIs tInmeBniter ao pue nari- t int ; m. H. Alien, td vice vkry prood of ha catch and wold PRIC 1 EAH ten h in the paith Btolditai Fmau th t tha ted h p r e o t Igh Mr. Iewls who recsIly tlssu ed E "lfli o hh ado heeatl t henmid president; T. Fite rald, secretary; have h d it mounted only for the foot twrty, made i debt at Li home, ofEleie Bnltomaato io medicine, th F. N. Corad, treasurer. The directors that h ad anerly Rut its hbed off TOD iE MiRh SL ,,. -c. .h os brne Th ae in t i r On ody t oe res tmar n, ictrh.h-pn-rle -llb in pe.e Th ad hMi l dl rden i a n eo d ptand I re: E. While. H. B. Welch, R. Mi. a otherwise mutiloted it in Its cap ms we enb b or by hi n eiet ans erS build cpthe tem" Bond, h E. F. Odatesn, B. Moore and A. tore-Palm Beach News. fHeH t. i a n Thom s Lewi. It pelaet btfm i the btsht aspil medicine h wm ir ate n we a t hn e sat a r at debt with erer mid eve nhdmu tr sabld Hlllard. n relief fcn t Rhc t f ror whereti Plns r h ,fr. oa ei / aooklyn a s thie. a t r ,nu in i ae r f it nro ied r o ata r It wah also decided to erect hath t is" en bnd ad e sure nough re- rhone on the beach and to bnlfd an ve ev Mr. roiand lorry.p atirno I- !telve g pta r of three i and t wo h Uniu Lif e if er. ndditaon to the club h ae. of Key W test. Flo. "domimi in t lal in ae d men. The r meceivl girls awre T o t r ew r l utllne ute n daring co- ty k r s ad e aumed me e, Iarln[ h nll
A wriMte in uh of the bose and fa e sa ofu b s t from uI tnrntm
t e rse bew utehiag y gowned ad the plinon ir otih. ic. whth Itih f Wtan hi ued h tthe oif i woe r g to it eoat to io K, I T
hosmfat ore e tgrb Th- ex n we sann hicd I ior iAth-l iee u illliut t r a r a Ta O Snesetge t y be t--te I will lw us.d on the cii ot, is ntaian woman residing In T Wm- neeht rh ,n [ ws in wen po ugh lr ia-ert i a tl e i e susa ay. trtie us S ie S ifoer "e o a mo g whlpps l imr f cile itm r rwh oirye rpl o Ihe t l n -D K n aDorot Coe bren Isr of the novel asy In pa, Mrs. Mndolinsa aLcta. wos fatally he ns *.the sat ithwis"O!itrallDlAr- Ol .R* i Weher. The oy s were H lot e ih r -eils hcll l or i fe it a r- 1 burned Tueda ly night while tlyIg to n ,. f mat o hthe il r i at Til t il O
ma n Cad l eny Careing- ecg ~r rt sea. The appartus n-ill til a lightl lamp with keoroe. Ae .ioL 1 o pl ,in etin iy fcr aissllr n n v eenuthe aow t i to CntOer if wit h ist Iii aol w rmg t ie were te ed h r mirt a i t 1ei ehd AlNlEri8 te The deb o nt r u s prorea"e nt l n i of a cabl ay and hrechers crding to the Tampa Times the Iica- tha da to,3s-rb and l,,,nd thol it Ic, = m to Hat ritt Dfi -i. oli freront h B. Potmetpiaen . Gr de thr Do" et. o father. any werecwerentl to'ed i t 00 ttt' lcichtoo lir e at ineteenth street sill ladfrle tiiesc iimo t -cill onelye rooj the fact.. his he b eut o bouquet. He Ii. lecti It p alil for ic eo lo i Ninith roenur. There were fiore in nearl-o ytiieTiluecilb. hrsa l -,ste.o to _sor, 1 &
wu attired in e a .cm'k c oat ad vid-reef ioa- 0 otelof eh ilthe fao mt Phitp sa freit daler ccc. -... P s s s cs d r gray~ hom~ i~t being fernon and bili i h 'll l w With their three little sons. iLats Derision of iower Court A rmed i'mtok. l'm.u sed stcapsf00 wore white tie. I,!,i' it slck er ihcl--cict'cl'tg bios-c
Almost everybody tn Brortlyn oei- o that. no Ilsutr wlictler l.i ccsol wai sitting on the front iorch of the A Gain.cilie dispatch lo aie Ticica ely is voting y ing Mr. Lewis dehut a tin apie h ci. s en nr lu te Ir%. Bor--n d hUse. FliS. .cat wa in the lith I'llAOn ss that a r h oiling h Tllt ebarmlce ide n d Is n eted htls I n motion or not. the l li e c -I -, She saw that th oil wa running ir i 'b .c fr soA. tin, e I : It will goenlly flowed for the i h t tort. lu in the recervnir of the lamp col tic-sc fr .. trobh. eargel Al YEARS' In~ men -bo have reached sn age tohueont b.acyB, to bll it. She oo o th ll lll nl S tn(' b PRINC be form niticilosl. Mr. Re (. the No s to Die e clir. l:id l l ;It; a se her I ths ga A i tq i lc: y ac- Iiqn nEree ,l the brn tile cirlit care t t rimsm oi i pison at be witchidicga 'one InanldLt:e Icls In INc 11i c1 Ir t ar trii the lhc. Iloli aithou tfir t tafil batt cc e i
b" e iccce a sc ilc te s i uI sei g the crcaastin to tinSA Iiih the tll e ircmt that the ll rIra e lo.r t;
gr t llE iM i K a ':th e i t r wacties i c l tr t a o i h it i n pi. l, I b M an oln. Sit Lio th b wlr r ft lay h i triclt1a I c aleei] ts bal, a a iEbSll 10 er I e 1 '1 ,ci :iis we 1. ,h Ist 1 lli hnv .r II fn ,ttllc t il the t while cI t n c i -i -t

1ce,,!o sit- atom at.Thl i -Ipi. i ll- i-i l i li ed l the fI oa ti ear Mans
St n B r y iog en, tieI- UkI:,i, trn n
Boy Titi lt,, h li ieaiti m oaai-d. to s-ibiII the iT i m the Lriccici ti -an' t s C YIr .Ac
I i lw er e lower s wre- se t on ith isr u t N l Itth i c. -Icti l l i t Iahl t' e t o c ,- tIh -ter ; t himoe bt .n bh arrioe l.d sits- a i a let T a 'itlefo all s ih e o-t an N avete f- ihm-ee fthvn F ctit e l r nilt-s s' led each thilos-thc cice c-it hir il afte f aie d in is l ack = rwk cast and Nii,-. . ......g Philip I. fruit d-111. I use.dt Ar Ia K I. VoU n
ytse do. drly Bolilte s ti se -it t i 1ill, shith h c a N. th cg ih Wsc i. I fe osr.e h e pir aotii t ailt ea ll tt ni s t t'r wh'e t I -it i I sity h illlg Ion ath Imtto rCh when t 1,,, ts,,c,. Il:im- rIay fs t. aicc. '-e
on Fand fin a n It 19 Ps ILLoe d that is -I ah a catrs tht i a,,, ,,t, ac-I ltw t ail s i Iha taht' ;Itt ii t, t t o ,, ha it will IN. P i o erea e i teli c i t e la t o I ~c.C. h 'e

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brodd for the res yrd nd in te hive r o o f ude- -its Alo- hrielind lostoiith ic-t actit 'Isg i.- B-reLL TOOTDLO-IShIO cc.
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Sabotth rieps to rm rk that Hm8 WaeM Who Ar Not Afraid to Tel the Truth About Pe-m-m. nme- & Ma. a".. from t b at we c gather Mr.
Stokton'soppoitionisdrieatojust who na a money voae e ieywal, hon rtech moeasninthis campainas health n isshoolly pLeIa
they have beenunabletofixan pub- No one i. good health n tUea
TERIT FIDAY ORTING le guilt upon him or tofind anypub- sppeiate bwhaJti means to abe
_ lie stain sieon his individual charae- poor health. The ds Wnbae sa
*li G.SL A PEL ANs ter than attaches to mot men who ptinlu. Nothing gos rights sA are known to be upright citizens. the mind btnme derangoed d eAa r a=s a i There are few active men who have jured bycontinued por walth.
Reached the meridian of life without Once liberated from the thraldos ot sLeneu r ord rl to epr s
L anb t IUso thsaitlr having had personal differences at theo ess word. ail to eePes
g r a i its t er for times with their fellowmen, but the Pern hs been the mens of re* ordinary disagreements among men ivering more women from ill health an Clark says Attorney do not necessarily attach criminality in the United States than, perhaps.
Boaparta istooignorantof to the character. Mr. Stockton is my other medeone.
A multitude of women stand ready
dhe lwe to hold his job, whereugn standing the attacks of his opposition Sie I hav togivetestimmy in favr of Perun
Atlanta Journ ays that Mr. without the smell of fire on his gar- Ierne I whenever oee .non o.Trs.
4bk hould remember that ignor ments. There are many, ma meny have a splead DaAiC ntl elieved
ase of the lawisno exeeinte in Florida who believe he will make a e, MssLileC. Martin, Shelbvvlle, Sapptite, en Tenn., writa: "Everyhiy ays
Is.uavelteabinet. a clean, strong and safe governor le a~n per e look better rhn I have fr io or and will cd their votes for himl nd health. three year, aud I sincerely than.
Reports from the pineapple see- he will most surely beelected.-Live you for your kiud advice.
aofthe lower east coast indicate Oak Democrat. I believe your treatment ra the crop this season will not Itelyore e. I
suage as large sio previous sa- Mr. Osban Withdraws Jw'. lbt bvvc-,-curre anye 0o indigest.uo r dy.m. The fruit, however, is of a Mr. J. W. Onban has requested us PeptL "
ary fine quality and size and will to announce his withdrawal from the brng good market prices. race for state representative in this
county. Mr. Osban has various good
It is expected that Park Trammell reasons for so doing, one of which is
Will be the next attorney general of that Messrs. J.Houston and R. B. SteMorida. He is making a state can- wart are both friends of his and supr tatcapturesthepeople wherev- ported him in the race twoyears ago, hoe goes. He is a strong, able consequentlyhe leavesthe honorof jeing man, with basplendid record receiving the nomination to be debebind him, and it is now predicted cided between these two old time resthat when he has completed his term idents of Brevard.
attorney general, hewill be so
aoted for a yet higher office. Culture Club Entertained
The ladies of the Progressive CulIt would be to the shame of the ture club werecharminglyentertainDemocratie party if it should end ed by Miss Daisy Brady at her home
even onedelegatetoDenver whowas Tuesday afternoon. Notwithstand- MRS. F E.HENDERSON directly or indirectly undertheinflu- ing the inclemency of the weather
ence of the New York World, Tom the early part of the day, by noon CuPght CeY Ealy.
Ryansand other trust breeding and time the clouds had mostly cleared Mrs. F. E. Henderaon, 2i Ninth St, MilwaLkee, i, is rites:
trust protecting influences and whose away and it proved to be a very I never hd y fth thi n pratet medi ene hs anil I tried Pren, buo t my alpurpeistoCarefor their oneerente with this telablemediehe has taught me that there Is one which
only purpose is to care for their own pleasant afternoon nm be trsted, sad which will not fall In time of need.
swollen wealth and perpetuate the Miss Brady had prepared a game 'or the past few years I hver fonn that I eaght cold easily, which
government power which hasen- of pantonine in which all'took part woldsettleinamost npleasatetarrh ofthe head. had to be pecially MISS HELEN SAU ERBIER
abled them to create it. and it afforded a lot of fun and also earenl about being out of evenings, and not to get chilled when dresd thin
required cst t b for pee, but since I have ed Perina my general health i Improved, sad o sa ad Trea*L required de attention to beableto my system o isn sech good meoditlon that even though I ln exposed h- Mis Heelen S-orlrmrrr Mlun Sa,. S The people who buyprint paper guss what wa being represented by i asieayt weather ienat longer aff she a me.
areabout to administera lesson to pantomie performances. Mrs. "I have splendid appetite and enjoy life, bg in perfect health." t winter e t a sudden cod tapaaCteoro which L ierleghd t aapneuat cs. ake-Canon. Flgerait robbery L A. Brady was again the sueeesdoul trb of the head sa d threat, d preg of the public inthe interest ofa nein apturingthe prize, a dainty P4- Tabsts. diital gredientsof Pens, andeae aeofmyppetltada ood.p rivin little Japanese dish. Delicious re- or two yer Dr. artm and his tabletisequivalent to one averagedo.A friend who had been ered bc on p t pper and wood pulp, from freshmen rved and ade- Lstea have labored ienantly to Mrs. Jonephine Hoist, 1t E. Pirst Bt, Prns dvisd me to try it ad I snt rih paper and wod lp, from frelihments were served and de- creat Perus In tablet form. and their Porttand, Ore., writes that she w Forahottlatonceand er it -ito.y which pp is made, is what the Re- lightful afternoon was spent. troubled ser ly with earth of thefo a batleaton,,, ad I n ld w -y pubbia htose is doing. However atro t itraoeffothv teeneowed tiLroat. that she ued Pern a n wau that In three days th iptrllbied publiizet is doing. Hoeen Peoplbewho object to wonderfully helped in two weeks, and loosened, nd I frlt oiter, nmy appetlte
the newspapers are consolidating INDIANOLA uqid sedtel ma aw seer Pen In a lte over two moths hoer ytem u rtorned and witir ne da) I wa i
against this oppression and774mem- Dr. Miller, the Titusville dentist, tbes Thestabtletreprlenttheme- wfidofialteacesofctarrh. myn l good hesta."
bes of the Associated Press have will be at Indianola May 4th for a
united in a petition to the president few days. Good chance to have your For Bepresntative
and congress asking for relief. If teeth fixed. Irepetfolly anoune myself as a sch relief is denied, the Republican --. candidate for representative m the legF.rmtt mehfani e lahen islatum from Brevard county, at the
party will be seriously handicapped li)r. Th,M' Eletric iI T sthe primaryelection to be held Ma 19ith.
inits appealtothepeoplethisfallfor s ou t f t.balsr brisesat once. My platform is he wil wish of
nothrleaseofMpower. icannotay wer it ei d, d. the people of Brvard county. I have
othereof ower. m es.and.ifelerted, willonly TITUSVILLE LUMBER CO.
There are being sent out fromTh g you for your support I rWashlngton tothe women's clubs PU yoOrs trl e Are now selling PINE LUMBER at the following low prce :
ove the country for the osigenaturee Anone undee thins headiti 'sio. JON HOUiTON.h
of the members, a petition to con- tion te oft fi roty uitb .n- fFor epreentatver sides $ 15.00 great, begging that body to use all ,,inr fth tl the fee I am a candidate for representative B and better Flooring, Ceiling and Siding 20.00 influence in its power to call atten- and respectfully ask the support of all No. 1 Common " " 15.00
tion to and help suppress the cruel- County Treasurer Democratic vote r v i the coming pri- No. 2 "
ties and atrocities practiced by the I am a candidate for county treasurer R. B, 1TEWART.
sokldiery and gendarmery, etc.. upon Of Brevard county and respectfully so- -- -Sheathing, dressed one side 10.00
helped and innocent women andchil- licit the support of all votersat athe or PSte Senator. 13th District
blp ndinnentomena coming Demtocratic primary.
dren in Russia. A letter from Mrs. R. F. HATCH. I hereby announce mvseifacandidat,, F. 0. B. Cars, Titusville, Fla. PROPT7 SHIPMEHiS
Julia Ward Howe on this subject Roekledge, Fla., April 15th, 19 for re-letion asenatmr from the thir-l teenth ertori.1 district of Fhrid a.1
was read b the president, Mrs. A. For County Commiioner subject to the action of the Democratic For Member of County School Board For Supt Public Instrction
Fo rdTt tr Couty enms ander party at the approaching primari-s W the mny friends. an ounc thI
Brady, before our local club at its r. t .r .. r.l ....rt. F. M. H.ooiN. irc J. N. Chalker. of Rucklede. friend-,o I ..'r I .
last meeting and, also the petition, for cosnioor mi li a-. ,
which readily received the signatures for count rcommeiioncr from district For State Senator, 13th District randiate for member of the county I ranks.
ktonF_____ eciarool '-1cio toihis. the eoed ist of all present. No. 2, ubject to the action of the pri- school nmedafor th the cond dir- if .

of Gt AT r MrIt o...CSokI r cf lnuhereby announced mmtaacad r af a e I o r If deleted I ill endeavor to f. N. C.n Se .. sl ppoite g. my .ok be0et Rp rtc, 1o- I-,

forten at Gaineville last Friday night C sena For forthea A thss rteenr n- a lit e mne prmari e fr n n a a fgi n the people a fair and ialortial ser- atal district composed of Brern h art the mur ;rtAa t ahuc t tc n

Made d o not know the nature of ir. Rue matone co a e n t h ForT Collcr I itmO ie- at
Morton's grievance rther than it cotSt Lue e and Dade counties. tubiect tot .

isreported toe purely a persnal n atoed pt d wi furT.lfthdtier t Sione, and it the s moke of his rike of h offceillof the Democrats as expredthe P For MembBr of School Board
cleared away it seems that t e attack at onthe ensuing. lc ce doToeiy. T f itlmtd hi t t
ofany bearing whateverMorton on MrC. Stock- dece t nTere ooll red fi I r sl t For Stateir t Attor ey

thrton's integrity and prightsess aae o f i i k rat r nn pnn r I
ton at Gainereville last Friday growh Not ice Fesla it of Breat o f. tFor Taxueor n n na spo ol gtrio Wr
haut o fallen out r social rel Mr. Stock T the oV,,t r n-i l o tyoo .1 a a ,r i e nrr f Nr t' or. 1o a t

trial todrag into a political f r-elet the oce of ele of I respeetfully announce myself as a the otie t pr i-esor of l rgit atei rlancothor.: -,ton's ad anag atpr thHaving drrided toann,une m 'ift andidate for r!-eletin as uILntr tax A J "lta (' ai clr,'mt of r!,,r lia it. the circuiteurtof Brevoa tion at be e- adn r Truatin t m work har metil I br s o I.r r We do not know the nature of Mr. ing Democratic primary fr theoffceiof D our a19roal, and thnkine ryu for For Tax ColleorIf
Morton's gremitie further than it county treea icpr. ctfu l request t o i ruprt I dmai n he r ote rt f I M -i a p erso ou r su pp r pr m i ng ou that if o "rm .hptI ra
e, andit does not seem to strike of the offe in te interest of the 1e3-r a et t t i
te voters in that section as having k ilof frea cou nt yp uly p a in the pri l rr rrs, ecfu ly r a

in jg n and t or m 4 A uw Jf P Banw-. .
ton's integrity and uprightnes, a a V ry respetfuuly" board f,)r the third district t, a_ the- I i-t at th' ,-nang rim.ry. .
man or his fitness for governor. Per- . H. S u port of all if m past . Ia Pitrup P H ,'II T. Fr Co ...t
.onal differences that have grown otice snt of Breard county frr : 4}fa. I For Superv sor of Begistratto,
out of business or social relations TvtheVou, ,4fil, 1 1, E, If. i, 1,[ llhr ,l ,,h,.~ f'
between men who ar recognizedas Thanking xom for past fa'ors I again Notice L ....... if ........ i,,, .
honest, ar in no sense suitable ma- beg to announce myself as a candidate the De-.,ra,,f lreard ,unt -, T-- .,, t,,
the circuit courtof Brevard county sub- candidate at the next prumar" eilertior nominal t I rumice a ontinuane l uii.,rt 'A'aign, ad the ma who is mft to the action of the uming Dtm- for re-election as sheriff of Brvard .,f a faithful ,cra ,'e of the M1-ti-. ', to sl extremities for "opposition euratic primary and would thank you county. 1 wouldappreciatethecarnet the a f ii Soliiting the suiprpm ..f 'I, R M,, 1,M. "
supplies" is, to say the least. lacking kindly for your support. support of all Our pexerv alll In 'I h p" 1 A
in judgment, and thesoonr hL sym- A A. S .ART "l! %. ,]. ,

- ~ +: ner: J t P.


*W ARD ." "V!I.] nn wnum e. amouns s SatD -* Hot Stove-Cool Kitchen

States Senator td at -M-Se-d It o How do you expec to a.
best governor that Florida hm ever due the broiling day h_ _. _Thi together with other qual- summer if you pepr al ifications and peculiar fitnemfraera" the food over a glowing coal vice to the Demnocratic party and to fire? I H l a 1ohis distinguished kmusean, who will You need A "New Pertfe
- unquestionably be nominated for tion Oil Stove that will H- to ave public lands: president, makes it important that do the cooking without cookTwo and a half million acres have he be chosen as Florida's national in the cook. It comebean envedli __. ommitteeman. There being two trtes plenty of heat under
candidates named Jennings announe- the pot and diffuses little He proid to protect primary ed for this position, it will be neces- or none through the room. law: He vetoed one bill weakening ary for te desiring to vote for Therefore, when working it, and approved one streigthening the ex-governr to look on the ticket with the it.e for William S. Jennings.
He sed tostrengthen railroad rl ,EW R ruO
o on: Herecmended ills r Bloom doe sot pay ats giv incres powers, and ap- wife iaton.o e? e-- 4- war P prvdthan when poised. atte. nton d ve oen ala H-~V .. A do tew.e nly Li edm w ofBhs Wkk Blue Flame 0 Cook-Steve
gong out with her was once when the
ag. exploded. the kitchen actually seem as comfotable as you could wish
IN HI AD]ILNISTTION- tIlam blond noa doe-amben you it tO be.
Drinage has been auceefully p t, soa map etetn Or otniodiso. Burdlot This, in itself, is wonderful, but, more than that, the New canal to St. Johns river without n Pfrion" Oil Stoe doe perfectly every- h shtractmadeto etend East &oatecanal t St. Johns river without onsharon op. lethtsptoecnd.trin
l nt by states thing that any stoe can do. It is an ideAl
J Caest exteonbillpsedwithoutseon Sn 10TIOE OF IIITIOITO AIPPLT FOR all-ound cooak-stove. Made in three sizes, WilP vilege bill passed. ITS PAI ad fully warramed. If not with your
ilE FAVOpr- bS PITUT e o
IMW re8 powers of interest commerce commission. Ntie ereby lve that eliti i
levo al of tariff for benefit of Florida people. de. aT ab eno the taetyfthdy of ThL
Relase of currency. May, l. fr leterse paent on the propsu dLam
diulsion of harbor and waterway improvements. charter lish below Da ainto
D R. Mh= .... Ad. ad Dhant "
H IS AGAN- .street. A. Ras. ap Burns for hours i a strong,
Stock gambling inWallsteet. G. Iven, F- S Buv"r loph. Jotwsa, your ed for eeOwerapitalintion and excessive bond issues by railroads. C. A. GolEsa. LOr. A. Ba aRt- to .lit dirngm Im
Corporate control of political. ROPOSED CHARTER OF THE TITIS- a.withy ourd owri t ge y.
..... ... VILLE HOTEL COMPANY Wet retjk
Foe Railroad Commissioner If the iptove principles meet your The ueirned do asoiate thesselv A
To the Democratie Electors of Florida. approbation, and you feel warranted a beome Finor orad nder thts of
tthe state of Florida fur thetlneto fhe,
After due consideration of the in giving me your support, I will ap- buinese t forth in the followingartiesm
mmy aslicitations of my friends and preeiate it as confidence reposed and a5rCLt I
acqalt- throughout the state honor conferred, and promise you in The saneof he rporatio she H itvie tet Coopoorn" sod it Iclone
to beeme a candidate, I hereby an- return that you shall never have basin is to Ti_ ile. Bre-r county
nounem myself a candidate for the cause to regret it. lorila. u
tlOfffi o raireadi conmiassceer to Very respectfully, .h-cin noeoIao. bi fi
omeofrsirud emmmieertoeryeex~fuly, The owning adoperating of Ahb.otel ATi-"u
Seed Capt. John L Morgan. In E. W. IRVINE, tuvile, ida., is othe.oo ty. River Ice Factory
eeedCp.JhLMognInbus arm to be trammcted, tether with anc d
@kiag to hoffiee I fl e City, Florida, January 7th, binamy In p Iy cone T t L LOI
I d the duties thereof 19. therewith. herelon'tdHL, FLORIDA ArcLE Ill
with Cr etto myself and benefit to n" .e. t dmeaof ao Th.. of thePitAstor ed Pure ice manufactured from distilled
m people.e The == w stwomy-dye th dasos ,xo). di.
I etall stand for t n' oc. o i ede into o hundred sad fy (u)
Plles .nd for the fotown Axa m e r hnde water Prompt deliveries to all points

1st. The justand rigid enforce- A Caroonan. lirety dayarm doao clhei e sno.1
prociplesalulatewsurea:e ($o0t)e a ttsprcntsohall b
,mtf the laws aned rose of the At"" .. -....t, t a A. S. Piatt, Proprietor
guene for belng Itolotedn. ie crip will hei ed on faymeat of fi y per eemio holding the railroads beane excited. -Seregpsat. Am I orat of the ateoription hut Oak certifcates
and all corporations amenable to drak t he asked of the "aeo in will not be delivered nutil paid foar o fall.
the Individualserecognizing claa"go,
at b s the ritat ked a se ity "Y-t off your boot." was the Torporation hl exrist for a term of K B
Of rply. nnt-le3m
of crpations to exist for the up- "ut ecuse m Us errant," the aa.e- r A aB, v
buidingat o state and c try. Baquent continued. am only ha Th sam rea e
bdit iandg of our sta and acommunr. "Uaqaeteaoasd. a only r he _ase of the oupay aol hine ma HIGH WHEELS, SOLID TIRES, STANDARD TREAD
Sad1 lie COBvaellieUS and ACCOmIBno. drank. dediiJ bo arsd of fi ventors of whum
dation o our people. very wel then-take one boot ofl th e edtthe e ma o hic h nd u
2nd. I shall oppose the taxing of sad his upereor.-lsa ont aoehdemto hehe on the oesll., Catalogue Free W.P. UNDERWOOD, Fort Pierce, Fla.
IA 8Wfe oppos thei taxingh of or
ourselves by granting of rates, both P.aliitty af Man nnot---to bo soao the t-e r P. -E te F- -of traffl ad pseenger fares to earn Whcan tell why it l. that i mad- the bohrd shall be elected atthe mewet na dividenodn watered stock, purport- heusam the Mes of subordinatlon is hothernehnlderther oers BI T& shell holdo Reder 1.i herm t
ingtobemoney invested inthe on- e eldo to be fooid? EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.Thebedof dioshall Inhabited only by kings. poeta and chooe from amoag their number a prmident, sruction of mid railroads. phllosophers.-Medera Memjengerv. uh e nta ry tl e DEALERS IN
3rd. I shall endeavor with all the steeoy and tuT if the bond or dL ee:="r. -.;...s : Lanber and Building materials
power within meto secure to the Human deeds and hum e an to]m allr deride I. t
hat has the ability to r e r understood unti they are idoish- Untol t mear ttll f.eting in IM0the boUd
olyman dollar's worth. te aimi ide ew I'm ou1 tell in advac Br E. B. Waer. .F. liisl dm OF a Building Materials
only one dollar's worth, the same manhood will turn ot tha how RBotoW reor Ge.M n OF ALL KINDS, ALSO CRA.TE MATERIAL ,eluF. 0. Sufle. elm atrsmi.
just and eqllitable rate as the man a y eag m sto p r ., L . t,.c Tais it ?itsll, Cocoa, E Gll, Fort F ier aid Vet Pal wlc that Ades a hundred dollsor h wma as28. bats Iln wal saw cr1148 at Titlfflille, 000, Eat Galflt, Fort Ite aid Va~t Pan 8lh
or more. ut, Ar Apr is. ec We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house orders
othmoe. ,hlp to the utmost, raThe highest amat of didebadesr i- for Shipment direct from the mills
4th. l shalloppee toP5 hut Ospeolleeati i statement of tern V ta billy to hieb the arwpotiss matny
the cutting and slashing of rates, mn rafll too the weesk uadise Yta. ire -bjeet ieelf shlt e tard dotboth passenger and trafie, thereby ie 1907 Insmitn. w (0 f.the 0 rihi have In re"as rbefthe sorseribo hav
crippling the efficiency of theservice DT A O tX. 5 IO. eeinoto net their hode And iens with, of the railroad to the people, realt- o s tate. of their ve mda m m and
inindamagetoboththepeopleand 4. s* 7. .,t 783 Stook
ra ilro ad s ca uin g th em th ere by to "1 i ," I e m m tO In-r
"= =1,- Reside.. HARDWARE
employ cheaper and incompetent 2 as. t 7 J. rkiel e)Titusville.Fla shares
men, which means disaster to all and Totol rain for the k n 0, e. AeM. Rshhn ei a e)
danger to both life and property. Fe r. eo ..... JP i h do
***06 5A. *****.,, *. .nJas. Pr itc hard & Son
th. I shall advocate, encourage Dep "rture raiofa'l "i"o too. 1 t. re t,, riliA Itthero(e ty ) .. .. ..
aed demand, at all times, efficient, H it t H5e.3 ureters. Pritrhmas.Preitcuhalr & S o justoes service V promptandjustservi e.voidof dis- Oii .. i us Handle the Finest Lines of
eriminationagainstpersonsorplaces; Chambsurtain' Colie, Ch.olera and ig. Handle the Finest Lines oa
prompt adjustment and payment of Diarrhoes Remesdy J. C. e.l. ac Heavy and Shelf Hardware
claims lid damages. The is probably no medicine made that is Ellis B Wa er. eal)r a
th. I recognizethatchartersand relied on rith mre impliit -wde-e Char t.Woo.a thasnChabertins Oolir. Cholera ud Diug- .. I. ttooo lct
,franchises grantedby the state to ehi lined. r hiif1 : in" o. Our Stock of irhi aithaeiins ofre, people W Il- uer Stock of saidcorporatiosarecreationsof the leamedthatitI theoune remedythat never B R. Wiln. -al
sate, and the state's right to control ain. twen trdhed uih r ater t I i B. Sath .porting loods
and govem co~~n ed itis pleasant to i r. For sahITTitu- JOhH.... 4-, u s n S otig Go d
and govern their dealings with its vile Pharmacyandall dolem I A Stewart I al,
citizens. AndifIshould find,after C.. T.i, ... is complete at all times
thorough investigation, that the pow- st. of .loria. C.
era already delegated to thecommis- 1rearl Cloty a
sien talyiat toul meetrt ou n, 6 J. H. le l..
sionare aeiteo tourne] t,.. ,,-,, I I Paints and Oils of Quality
cessities, I shall appeal to thelegisla- DB irithard, (I F Dren h. G rdturfo.r.oer from<. ti.t timue,= Jh (, H . iti,frm.timetotime. j:,,C ":: l one of our Specialties
as the occasion and circumstances Walker B. R. Wilso. John Henry 0. A Stewart. A Rithhnn w R Rathbn C.T.
miith. Si a yM o ILewi:lbosbiga oueeasyou y Maory. J Mt han. Ja. LyTsCeouner. F. S
7th. I shall not seek this office at y I 1ld. itf yu don. attlle ., h well kn d Quotations for large or small orders will
theexpeinseofthepersonalecharacter MAGIC WHITE SOAP. k now tonit ,'in .h the ideu in or large or small orders will r .,ttn. lo in0.-ms oe o I,0 ttla or- be given personal attention. Mail Orders and reputation of my opponents, and e. No oir no ., inhs n ma nl y aeokwlegele solicited and promptly filled
would not aeepttheoffice atthe cost ono. e iEn 0. .. ..o In it ne heef I hare h.ereno oetny e
of traducing thegoodnameof either Le hod olucil t Ttn nhe or0rd tg Ih I R Sf n-dt of my opponents or the debauching Wc e t. -.i,,r t.., t;ne,..i-ceis. April. A. D. 190s. Po G. W.InO ..
of any voter, directly or indirectly, MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld NNt Ploia. ub ..h,with money or otherwise Now Orlepi, oco ee,.i- J 1. p. n.


a referesdo m vote to be psi by dL t thof ahienee of Phidelipls de friend of the Irish caue He po tletsno and call of the ommtim to eiCath lt bMlarchy at this couon. ar MI r oOnhi eVe with h1i polieal receive the retur of the vots, te wmne I enwles BEST isterendum to be on epam a to take art I Italy Calls Off War Fleat. to matke the agioeloa bold goad fAr a telebrntiol of The porte having yielded on every i two yesas; a nlterm serean of fel spledid popor- point in dispute with the Itallan go-r eb e WI and one-fourth inchen e so eight bor tan pnlng erouatr t the latter discontinued prepa e .
day, and the referring of ill loc dif Ail 12 with an ratios for a naval demonstrttoon Mn ,r~tw -ae feenues u to prices and nditon to ultdoor proves which had been planned on a large thei bwn -lerde e to the distrlets for settlement alon of prlats als. The intention was to lze aANDY Panney Discharging Mrn Ma d eelt Turkish island off the Asia Minor CATHA The Pennsyleaula railroad matnes by the coat. The trouble arose over the nnof Grand ury to reduce its working fore, and it IIlo- fnli of the Torkls gooerncoment total Seid that by May I the nuomb r will the entedrlnt I nod i ete e ITrlr of dence Reveals Ryan's Astound- hare etched 5.oT It h ondert od AhbOp y-r i T thetir thla step Is In peaato0 ora no of itdel hed jthat n bl It hod llcateot in g C onfe ssion of N ew Y ork ,"oan of Pslpldel- be I A
ti ftion in wages after the Iist o1hl. afid, it I., rate. Traction Funds Used to Defeat next mouth. The cause of the last lay- tal aorofhee v tto-e i ,r e I tiy I IKE CANDY

off was the dioatlnifctlo felt by old celebrtion. nod aIl felt Ihot tor con the cnrle ead e isant. Ptlsta eot+ t+ T I Bryan and Given to Both Par- nroloyees who bad been workiog eon o a iwon ai toro ad n ta fr th m e ied ll rr ,
ties, but No Indictment Is Re- hal time s eince let f Tai s Th hae Ae sop a a letter of con- atle itllatn mo i o- e complaints M C..
b-e n pot on toll lime and the differ- gratulaton from the ppe r Nest doy iode I-y Itol o entering the tret- I amnaff.. tigned-- yan Avoids New ence made up by dishebarging newer the KnigtsofColimbpgaveagand .men.t of Italia subjects. Wheo the KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEA
York Faction Quarrel and At- od. b anqPst to Archbishop Ryan and otber, pe learned that ulueteen Italian warShter Profars to Wlk. prelatle. Crdioal CGlbbaa tgaedl h hlip were about to vil to eofnrer de- A Battle With the Sa. tackL Scialism-Taft an Since the arrival of the state troops all the eremone ad the sultan's amlossador at
Bryan Claim Nomination on 't ChUeter. P'a.. the local traction com- Confirms Church Tradition. Rom w ordered to make peace on (Tampa Tibune iaUy has been running at Irreg- The Parts L Annales tells of a re the Italian terms This was lone.At After battling ftir foiurtl First Bl0t-Lability LaW ar iotrrals under goaed. but very ent discovery of an ancient parhment the same time the P'rewh di-.ite with cith the ia., in ue i f th. :
few people have patronled them ow- to a village of pper Egypt which gets Tok e over the pnoiision of the Hter es1 tiat i- noept it' l the S gned-C amon Passes Paper inZ to sympathy with the striker- to coalrm a mometoos tradition of arclea mines wita neute alee A. ilbe n the i, r it Those who did ride were Jeed by the Roo chrch tOoechig the aw How Haakon Floored Socialists. I Tahr to N GlbVr, arotlie Ibe r Sa the crowds of spetators. The real thentiity of a portrait of Christ jeal- I Cbanollolr MaCm ken of the New b out nf Nw Y, case of the strike seems to bare been usly guarded the Churh of ES. Bar- York university, whol ha rret I urn re r LEGAL-CRIMINAL obscured by earlier dllptehes. Th tholomew at Geno Abbe Gaffre is the from a viit Ii Norwa ail Swedeun. Iorte-ae da I
men ay that their wages were r dader of this doumront coming a where he rrti -il for an exchange of' Capt Johl lasper in t TIe sal grand juy at tew York worked under the new rale oae whole of a letter from Chrst to Klng Abgar growth of worilim in his dominions gale. As the vessl as leaktig bad
b ba inve stgated the charges day. They bad no unlon, bat the pe of Edr eeomltaied by a portrait The l upon meetg a group of So ly from the tremedous strain of
Sie Th oms F. Ryan and other o- pie stood by their demand for arblira of the Christ bgar had professed eiali ot had listlnmen ti their opinion
an of the Metropolitan Street Rail- in of the dispute. which the vomn- ronverlon aIt asked to be healed of Ihat the whath if the lend h ids and sea t put 1into nn wa company in connection with the Pny refused. They were wlling to leprmy. The parchmet has twenty divided op at a givn time omoog all w here he reinelted a surer The
poreMase of the ferries paper railway work under the reduced seale peaditig berotliful miltuner illustrating the the pepe where the kig r a of e i lr hi .
SAnthony Brady, reports the iets the result. etory. plied by asking if they would consent with eight extra m.n to uim ti of 0 amazing J Pensaol Riot Raenewed. iOmultainou Revial Result, to a redivslion a few minutes later pumps In dnaribing his harrowtn ie of funts. In After week of quiet during which The City of Brotherly Love has Just with .ll the babes born since the last voyage Captain Iaic r saai thalt which rt a tmopr kept the striking tret car tmen pe through a new religloa eper- dision. had not been out of Nw York but tw e d ord to in ebek at Penoacola. PFl,. the city ene-Oml.a. a sio we t nersI of w eeos when be on intoe ourtein iar both politial p-osin as In turmol April 2 when .il. .t .iug nder oe general IwkNEOs of tihtl athe I n ua tiesand admit the mob attend a ar and wooded thmnagemet presented by the Cp MISCELLANEOUS of frightfll weather It was a su dishmesty or these conductor perhaps mortally. Before man-Aleamer fortes, but conducted cession of severe cal-i an tr i n I aes, but Bad that the troops rea-bched the scene the mob imoltaneouly in numerott churches. Winner of Marathon Rae a spas He state I that be was a' ander the aia o bad ditpered, and no arrest were Under the name of the "Kinge Isl- Thomas P. Morrissey of Yokers, the wheel the who tien, and finall ote at thet te made at the thin nes" the movement gained great head- N. Y.. won the twenty-ive mile Mara- went into Vasau ftr ther ehip taf. waneommittedteh- Muat Al Pasengers. wa and it wan the application of thon ironing race at Boston April 20. After leaving Nasa-n they f.rily drit Icaly. The evil- The public service commislon o modern business methods la alliance leading a fieldif 12 and maklon him- ed here denee has been New York city issued an order requlr- with e psof the the city that brought self eligible for the He is being highly, c ,ophetllt.l 1, madepubl. Atthe lug street cr companies to prlde se.s The North Ameran r pa in prAmeric team I g i request of the late suocfilet caln and right condition for ticatr set a Inew pare i the rrtol1- the Olympic sam hi, dia o i ti i, N.
-Wlm C Whit attg a the pegen An a tio of this great atld'ty as a legil -atLoadontl aom- hi direction in hipng y $60.000 wo ceptio h made dorig rob bors mte ld o news for the mmuuly mer He ran the to rrP his hip loaded ot by Vreeland, manager of The minimum number of a to as Th Underlying idea waa to bring the distance in 2 housr East Coast Automobile Asocat or
ti tr o a fo ear the acad en bosy stets ineb e hteen minutes principles of Chrlstlanlty Into direct 25 minute ad 43
Ou OIpl in il= and In the It i thought will hae to be twenty- contact w lth tolea tie thro ghnt '' m nd. The be- Repa.c t In it plank ltaN..
nest year $4700 wa cantributed, of Arve. The order will go Into ec the city. Metng wee not confined etrowdthataer Valteni: -r ;-ir I, -i wh weant ho then Rpii Aprili to the ehurrhes alone. but were held In wltamed an at- aie il i 4osoatte as ittmw a ht Tansly Sinner Tower Outrivaled. the workshops, io theater. in looao T Morrissey vt foot wl
aIL 1 to anmdJ Inm' t lirl an the streets. And in It all the country saw the race, moen than 400.- I
Pr to this. as teued by Ryan The tower of the metropolitan Life oal church leaders were kept in the 000 people lining the course ie
Sballag at Madlon maoe, New York foreground rather than the visiting Thoma Car Leaves heattl population of I o th i- te~i. at O t o pro et eda o the dgt g wleb wu to kebaebea 8 fet e athanglt n The result Il apolly o is on riiolaol n .r
iltenad wont to Whitney to ie -tbe*b-Bdfe..apls.Tere"I te
i gon toInsard t th in dlo o to original pam. Is now to to enable the cunrch to get the a The At erian Thomas automobile one iial t, i
Imte go d esationas bad hi b-e retched still a little higher id befilt of the week and to ary it on whIch hasl ed all the wayo far in the for the A bril ttlhi
feats tad made "in the ltst de l c~-Frk-. rma left Seate April e e isy tdeait h twas out as arat taAn completed will measure 700 feet ero lrrly All th et etestant deon ilw l omidewalktotop. Titl Ogeto- "at,_* .. '.... and 1
Th be wew to wevn toeeeroed, ai M, 21 the steamship Showaist foe La- A UA APP
to a nati to revt thie atngaton eer Is 61r feat high ehurehesa iCrtOlipted at once.1 Iy pIsn.
f Bryn at o citn C y us an Jd- -t
ittl t tha port of the moe m yDodlin of the Harveter Thr t. watby men cotrlbuted liheraleI to Distro... T.... Flbods. HOME
e r to of e- es Wekly gl pbety the e e fund. i. Cb n nd The fl in Texas continued MooStley In iteo. AM of the blame fror the eas of Walter Merritt, who hadMr. Alendr ll sairy on their work dy d y. it additional I one where health ound he fao tlion wer piaed ao Whit- his right arm crosbd while worfi alet at Norfolk. ha. taIles atid loas of cattle and other With impure blood there ail
iy. wh dad It a tara out as an electric repairer In the factory of iproolnry valut d at mo thn I mollsh o not be good health.
that RyI admitted to having required the In ue ot. tl8 l dHac esNte c ol [ p n u i . hthdiso rdr LI El there
hesmafdof t he stom adefra rahsesota- t Chicagtrough the coarelessn yiof I pEnuCIA r nl rt odblood
ed b Brady. Thi would Indicate that a cbeap and fteaplenred operator POLITICAL
dRan isited ant only by the arile of s. cna. Aftet Merritt ebd some out oof Stool Te's Fiaith lIt Ft.
the od to the Mtropolitan, of which the bospit the conptyo's legal agent Ioh;ifnislr Gr- of the inand of di- Ne York Demorati Row.
Se wei as Ore. but that be beni to offered him o 0 to ig r a release of all rectors of thw Unitedl Stten d oSteel de- sIcratt o i s orede wer "deserving o n eh e rre l
It bhla ak of the Irton thus profit- obligations. The crippled mo reftvei poratlow e that i ll the fu of the u
Rghtsrof Fdr Cour.p to oII.n at Non Ytrkh. whnch showed that th i s trom ftae sp ll rm uthe and sued for n2000 damages. Not only h antal t1 TkForusitt.Alrtsa
bgale made by sre thets slt folht I)y the ucoptny tlall t h ti.t r vlfi thetorpd l LIVR andrcatr
dinmisord e legal technitalltles witb crooked moillsl hy payilng wil o the great ateel Ihth mtTukT r act o .
The gand Jury, however, declares that neras to g ont of reach of the court. plant a Ga bn111_ t- -f '., r taeet tti,
the diboeete beo ton hiae been eInt th head or the law rm which will go on an.i thte to,,n A healthy LIE meant pur
fmade were "dr-og of erere c- iniol the an. tiny 0. West. who 1 I tIle tot a .al rala.
demoatuoo." :lon ole of the tax imard of review for Itire will r re blood rns health Rigti of Fdral Coarto. C!;i. i. bn .E I peii .in"voteto Ont t .. Health .ea.s happa...
The Cauted States supreme court has ohi T n Subtut. Al ruiglU.
dloisased tthe i applicatn ofth e ir te I epltli s e i an fIIt h .
of ebraska flor an ode to compel ltl ,,it if illhi, mnf til a I
the n entl Kt-unrt in that state to r.-t iLi FI ne el i lt- i n
Min ulh Jurisdiction over t he state's ;iyh n ors It l
sit against the raUIred for r g lie i. to n et:ti Wn h tn h a-C
to put into effect the tiwo eau fare lw t n thin- te ndi Ltos it i e-r n n ii lt
ipo l d by the .l tti e ,,ric it a t he to t tth el r L- l I -i r th o roaoll l ino e P entue t t -int tm tlit r t. ti.nit tl n
tsee wlvana lecnd Ind-ana meti an Churc Banet onBi Hats. I atil til be t;i ab-tIevi
tea itditfferent state i h i ar I and loices laxet- Hitt suit 'r -in--iitr ltwl u t"r ".
Fight For Thamae Rrle 1til 1 :l liv o Ie 'l; re inte a- n w, it ti,-t
miorry Ttaw bl s bWegun his tgt ifor ;rliton ltNI t tr t phil oy law e ti03 0 Lotn For P. R. R. I ,;
qfruodllln getting a writ if hlbta
tries. which ill h:l-c tOhl I e l rt I .
bringing hbim Lio -url to bate Il c ELIGIOUS I t hl nt. Weth, itr ae I u c
iueltio of his ire-t i menatatl of.- Jh, -I : I a:,ois-t :fsr:-o
tb-u determitintedbin a-ii"'a is tak-n A T.s MenlO Kv... Roninl. t e

i eth e adopBrtion Hof at S a f tr
wah Il 'I0" cepl n in rll; I o ini t ilth ep ni t lt-,i ith Ilr hi w aO h I
lb ii Nc 1n K-t- hzin-ng" i I
teclee next. Bery to- ii, o 1t aro, f ,if [. Whr t I INDa 'f At -tr e':ttg;iist it the saie time undtr IND USTRIAL ] r,!:te.: -i ;:i In af r "* E. i,,
ithv,,m.eIrhno i t fi.l with j FOREIGN i..
Mi..e Strike Settled. the l i!oimt.tit tcn ie'ni Co-owe r- j ', jiut ouuoti refretin t, !-I:: ;e tn,enlratin mill I the D.h ot Campbell Banerma. '"e operators and the 2 (.led Idle oi-r i-- ol iteti li ttios I; t li t I i.:-'
in the ntrl comi titie dlotric,, I oi t1 make the recrml a l iett lI1tti -I..
praising the mail Ipch, of western Penl ;U ''L ,ll in the fli iL r- l.[ e u L I,I'L I L: .[ I [] l r i i:::i,], i .li [ 1,,
Isyrala. Ohio nod lodiana met aol Church Ba o Big Hats. FRIEND FRIEND
adopted the report of the scale vom In -- preca t ni t curch alep of- en vi1e g;. I J in e t i t i, ie.
mint unanimously. Work... the dis Ilorileo im N. J it i p id "_, I J 1 1 Til "I I, I
trt mw m aed April 20 will tbt ,oire otico ,er let tir lit Ithl ti it l. r pe h Inn nt I a best of feeling between the two par- it alorily rode ha to remove thee "1 to r d ili I e -- cr rlIn h uC ,
th. tieuore eu.t e atcred ei-ti, 0- held l nt-nr A tO J in I0 1. t
The m at important foetst es o the CJ...... aoa d tf..e.......... a
agreement amre the adoption of the iso A l a tio. .. Cee tel ct i al r ar i'e vol oP mttetl -i.... ni ,i trlf ti ei I .o ct...t..a
.t Ofe Oh, ,, a Svloricfsgr olaa mmeaoIoo oftv the orntrl tir e 0 large anrtlIt li

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Mr. a W t
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with aldts.
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A. M. Stewart,
Cooir, M. S. Sea
T aie Cocoa nmd'
ivebj were hereI

ing of the Der
showed euelent.

committ with G.
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Mr. I. FWa.b
poade at thend
who has spent a 0c
t gpIth DaThe n
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st Mr.Do Wh es
Mr.Wal. a.Wah
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of agri culture an
fruit and prede
Ta SWA office a

Fina Moerday O
Win's Princely
iges ad polka
the best shirts on
50 mts each.
We win also p
500 pairs of odd p
and light and med
in summer weight
to $U..
Special prices in
suit cases.

Orange aid G
Grown at Shil
hickory hammock
fly. One year to
Prices from 25 to
ly packed and del


Flint 2year o
Marsh tedlum a
cents each, $25.00
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NO. 8

Not fos- Oqn-ws es Aloqe, Bqt for tie QooA of Otiess Also.

MONDAY, MAY 4, 1908.
t 1o t j We mem n.eaCtly what we sayW "Mta palk rt n HIh M bPeppere h ed reached htluz 94,
M Wt They are the bet wpleas of high TN Imnt S TM l Spe Uor. h t M coM U goli
A.m SIcoo"leasm tw New D ink --Grap Pany 5ct Uahe d Sea Island cotton, 36
Scam taorn ever orrad ew Dr pe P h, 5 ine, wide, Mondays special. 13 Dr. Milr Dentist, Tituvill.
or seree. Mi wo e had ex- Cherry C il, 5 cents, e yards for S To see them to by them--tbe-
SLtT~lao n D ve o otYi Linen crash toweling, extaquality fant is i ,black sad
SThe exclsive tailors kno Thoseingle costs, in blue= aseial 10 cents per yard white at Branning'e.
it. We now it. Do you know it black maomnr, both si sasd inen huck towee A 6 inches laonge u a
SreturedTs- We want you to. breasted, at Wand ~7.S are the best, seach Mr. C. J. Denham expect to
Se iCome here for look! We're per- at lh- g's. rt te endls variety lo ve in a day or so for a two month
Swes' vutio feetly willing to rest our caseon Mr. and Mrs. Win.indle, of Co- ofisared Iise in i vaie cation.
er. y u'iJcotof pwtterum, were bought to rll for vacation.
F. b, of Day Men S t $10 2, $15, S $8 to coa, were in town Wedneday. 35 and 40 cents per yard, Monday on- Marvin Goodman has installed a
53Lof0. Mrs. C. C. Walker, of Atlanta, who ly, 23 cents. fine glapeanut roaster in the new
siay to attend The bea gooat the lowest prices has been here on.a visit with her Figured lawn, worth20 and 25
brusplwtAndrew Strictlyo rie I topall. cents per yard. Monday only, 12 building just north of his stand.
w, A rew Strtlyetoall. mother, Mrs. F. Battle, since De- cents. Capt. and Mrs. V. H. Sharpe, of
WINSTON S. BRANNING member, left for her home Monday. White lawn, 40 inches wide, good Sharpe, are intown this week and
t oBrnty Up to Date Clotin Hops Commodore and Mrs. C. A. Welch quality, Monday only, 1 cents per d TH S oee a pleasant ca
_ e in the yard. Paid Tm Sr offmd a Pleasat cyr
k Tuesa nd 'ITtersyiie, Florida. arrived Wednsday from Artesia on Fine quality white cambric, spec- The frame work is up for Mr. F. .
t nmd ^__- their way to their summer home in ially good for underWar, 10 cets Battle's new home. The work of
High School Com.mecement Massachusetts, which will be spent per yard.
fie, of __ White marntlaise hdspreads, ex- mcasting concrete blocks for the Rath-
w, s The third anmal co, ment this season at Co et. north $00, for bn cottage will commencenext
SWdneay o the Titwsville high school was held Rev. L T. lobe, who has had charge French lawn, 40 inches wide, sheer week.
ste y afternoon last night in the opera house and the of the Presbyterian churchca at this and finefor summer dreses, worth R Jn Wl re n
ing on down the room was packed. place and Rockledge, left Monday 35 cents, special 19cents peryards Rev. John W. Walker returned
s trip. The exercises were most pleasingly afternoon for his home in Kanask, in end mb vrella,iet of northning. R the erl trWalkerin Monday
.as m d- lwiththereitalofMrs.. butepeo s d mo t oria silk, in endless variety of uan- morning. Rev. Milledge Walker and
ihohmhaben spend- enad with the recital of Mrs. C. but experts to spend mostof the i worth $2.00, special $L49. wife will remain on Indian river an-
ithhdaughter, J. Denhm's music elam ( was w so summer in North Dakota. Mesquito bars, extra large size, other month.
STuesday for nicely doue two years ago), giving a Mr. J. L Mobley struck a fine flow $15 each; and for 3-4 beds $1.19
top for awhile much ter ve of nt in- fresh at Wednes B taffeta, yard ide, fre Mrs Frank Webber and baby, who
Sor r v y o of fresh water Sben Wednes- from the mill, good heavy quality, have been here for a few weeks' vit
ht, M Toar. tand lin togtr the parts day on Mr. Geo. M. Robbins'place every yard guaranteed, special $1.1 with Mrs. M. Webber, went to
Titmille juvenile in both m ie and dramatic art in a which comes within five.feet of the per yard. h w
red a gme at this most etertaining manner surface at a depth of 86 feet. It be- Mail orders promptly filled on any visit friends for a wile y
ft-rnoon that re- Onaccount of thiseomhintionthe gins to look favorable for a water of the aove goodtus visit friends for a le.
for the visitors by stereotyped way of solo readings and supply for the town. JU vile Mr.J. D Crbband miy t
The Coeoa boys singPart xhibitim nthe partof Mr. Vuille, wife and three children Death of Andrew Rice future home. TbeirTitusvillefrien
while the paibk wa t mde as much as poe and nurse, also Mr. Ranck, the pho- Andrew Rie, the 13-year old son wish them every suceen and deeply
Sinh r .l M d M mdiett, stgrapher, of ockledge, arrived of Mr. and Mrs S. E. Rice, of this regret their departure.
id to hol the ad ~itioy were Tuesday afternoon in *heir Cadilla place, died Tuesday nightabout 11:30 Mi Daisy Bd went to New
mm. ered to to as autos on their way north to spend the from tetanus, or lock jaw, induced, Smyra Wednesday afternoon for a
rpe, chairman; F., ma y uden a'pa l and still summer, stopping over until the next it is supposed, by sticking a fish fin short visit with Mis Mabel erge
retary, ad J. P. hold down the length of an enter- morning, when they left for Enter- in his finger. The case was critical before the tter heaes for herNe
of Shares, Fa tainment, for the most of which are prise. from the start, the developments Jersey home for te summer. Mi
FCousrtay respee- too long. A negro by the name of Joe James manifesting themselves dangerously Bry is expected toreturn this (Fri-
uesdy i andeet-e will non t permit of our par- cut another of his race by the name the middle of last wee, after which day) afternoon.
im .prot meet ticluizirn, butbrief mention should
imrati Executive be mare of the grduating clu, of Fred Walstine at Lyratta Sunday there were signs of improvement, Mr. Geo. L Branning has resigned
. D uren o this Tee wde f the Mg radating cas afternoon, the wound being in the but onlftemporary, characteristic of Mr. eo L Brnng had resigned
P. Dren, of this These were the Mises IMarion Gr- left lng directly over t;e heart this trouble. s erof the Dde Conty State
ber, Jeannette Norwood, Helen Wil- left lung directly over te heart this trouble. bank, at West Palm Beach, and has
Dr. Utley was called and the injured Everything that could possibly be
ammm, staff eorre san, Gre RatM n, Side Den, man was brought to this place and done by skillfulphysiciansand loving accept a situationwith larger sal-
\ew York Po Mer as Eae Eniht and Rush left at his relative's, W. H. Walstine. hands availed naught, and the sud- ary in a bank in the northern prt
ole of nthi d no th high shoo an Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghton and den death of so promising a lad has of this state. Mr. Branning has been
t i icntounthighiesol and Dr. and iers. .H Hoighe g dents cofolprom andcashier of the above bank since its
Packr, arrive, in receiving their diplomas from Coun- their son, Mr. Frank Houghton, of cast a gloom over the town. o ftho b s
ai and is oppiu' ty School Superintendent J. R Walk- Daytona, arrived in Titusville Satu- The funeral services were held inri in8.
Sfor a week or so. er, who made an approiate pres- day afternoon and remained until the Methodist church Wednesdayaf- We are informed that Mr. J. G.
sspentsieveral sea station address, preceding the same Monday when they returned to the ternoon at 3:30 and were very im- B who has been in charge of the
is i aeoe observervr Fountain City. This was Mr. Frank pressively conducted by Rev. F. P. Indian River hotel, at this place, for
I well posted in the with a few remarks to the patrons. Houghton's first visit to Titusville, McCall, pastor, assisted by Rev. W. a number of years past, has given
m line. He gave The salutatory wa rendered by while the doctor and his estimable W. McCord, with burial in Titusville up the management of same to accept
pl.sMt eall Sat- Miss Norwood and th.ledictory by wife always have had a "warm spot" t t
ie arrived in town. Miss Gruber, both compositions in their hearts for the old place tey cemetery. The following lads, class-charge of the popular City hotel,
showed refl boh prn have visited so many times in the mates of the deceased, served as pall Daytona, for the summer, while the
r a of Me's towed reful hoghtand prepa- past. Mr. Frank Houghton has a bearers: Ieland Losley, J. D. Crabb, proprietor, "Dad" Matthews, takes
Lr ration and were most creditably giv- splendid tenor voice, well cultivated, Jr., Roy Osban, Eddie Enright, Her- a rest for his health this summer by
rts stripes and en. pure and powerful, and he entertain- a trip abroad through the states.
shirts, stripes and This was the first exhibition of ed a number of friends by a musical bert Bethea, Jos. Battle, being as-
dots, this is one of ght hnd work on two pianos in at the home of the editor of THE sisted by the W. O. W. Mrs. S. A. Singleton returned home
the market, special e and wtwo in STAR Saturday night. He also sang The floral decorations were profuse the first of the week from West Pa!m
Titusville and itsesucessful rendition one of Dudley Buck's famous compo- Mr. and Mrs. Rice have the deep- Beach, where she visited her son,
lae on ale about speaks for itself in the highest terms sitions as an offertory at St. Gabriels est smpath of all in their hour of Mr. Sherman Singleton. Next Mn-
nts, in blue serge for Mrs. Denham as a music teach- church Sunday night. o a i t o M Singleton expect he
Hum dark patterns sore affliction. day Mrs. Singleton expects her
s, price from $2.0 er. Public Speaking daughter, Mrs. C. C. Curtiss, and
Every part on the programme Public Speking Church Notes I daughter, Miss Louise Curtiss. t,o ar-
trunks and dress showed that careful work and much Governor N. B. Broward. candi- C N .
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on rive from Palatka to spend tht. sum-
training had been done by the teach- date for U. S. s.,nator, will address Sunda. neSt at Lirange at mer at LaGrange while Mrs. Singe-
JuutusvKiflle ,Fa. ers, Prof. S. J. Overstreet, principal; the people here next Monday morn-
Tltusville Fla. anl at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. ton is away on a trip to New York.
Miss Helen Miller, first assistant; ing at 10 o clock pt the courthouse. aTituill made the co n is a on a tri to
rapefruit Trees Miss Mabel Whitacre, second assist- White Mountain ice cream fretezers
perui trees Miss Mabel Whiae second assist- The Novelty Store is selling goods off mencerent address last evening at Ladies' white waists, button front
h, Fla., on high ant, Miss Gertrude Mendel, third, at cost. Come and get bargains. the closing exercises of the Cocoa Euchre and whist tally cards
. Free from white and Miss Susie Teeter, fourth. Not I. M. DonSON. high shool. Pearl buckles for wash belts
two year old budsFU a break or a falter occurred the URNITURE. DRY G(X)IJS, SltO(ES
o ye ar old buds. a evening ora faltr tuille cnthe Enlargi pictures of yourself or your Dean Rohottonm wil! officiate in thne Mnring knives. W,~,ttir n forka
35vetre. Careful-t wholeeveningandTitusvile can well mn :to c ones niv ,n av:c) free tocashcus- Epi.opal church at Eau G.l:ie ,n Safdr Sn handles. Stove ii- -nram-l
livered at Oak Hill feel proud of the commencement of homers limited quantities to besupplied. r AR t b 'sh,.
J. W. GRIFFls, Call at Heath & Co's. store an they Sunday morning. May 3rd, at 10:30, CAS. A. (;ARKD.sR.
Shiloh, Fla. 1908. __ will be pleased to explain full particu- and at Melbourne in the evening at For Rent
Back to His First Love lars. 7:).
Baca to His First Love lars. yTalor cottage or suits of rooms furn-
SMr. I. M. Mabbette, of Holly Hill, For Safe Cheap For Cash Rev. John B. Ley. of Jacksonville, isied for summer.
ra0ll kinds prompt- formerly in charge of the Indian Riv- About 88 acres of good high land on will lecture in the Methodist church, MRS. F. M. TAYLOR.
H. E HoroN er hotel of this lace after an inter- the east or ocean side of the Indian river Tituaville, Monday evening at 7:30, -
E. L eisplacea rWan iat the Narrows. described as follows: WANTED-Pool table, must be in
Titusville, Fla. val of several yearaout of the hotel Lot No. 3, section 35, alsolot No. 3, sec- on Head Hm Right You st come first class condition and cheap. Give
in Trees business, has gone back to his "first tion 36. in township 31 south, range 39. -entrance free. terms, conditions and particulars. L.,
love" and has leased The Breakers t. This land is unimproved but fine- i The Rev. W. H. Creamsn is resting care of STAR office.
t,, love an as leasBreakers, di lct.rav located. For further particulars ad-

Standard, 30 at Sea Breeze, and will conduct that dress E M. Low, at a neary resort an recuperating For Sale
r 100 popular hostelry this summer. We, Brockton, Mass. ;from a sickness. There will be, in
J. B. RaCH, know Mr. Mabbette will be pleased Mconsequence, no service in St. Ga- Pine or oak, any length. Also plow-
m Beach a tohavethe patronage of all of his Standard Sewing Machine briels church on Sunday night. and harrowing. Se o address J.
S Iondian river friends who chance ito The best and lightest ruing on the Sunday school at Titusville M. E. 7 Jamison, Titusville, Fla.
ph Gallery visit Daytona beach this summerand market, does both chain and l stitch church at 3 p. m. in charge of Mr.
Son that they will be also pleased to stop thesame. bernis Jack Begg. Prayermeeting every The Alpie Hotel
t,&- All at Thie Breakers under his anage- s Ot eh r or eias shuttle. Wednesday evening at 7:30. Rev. Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-
t e.y audede ment. Mr. Mabbette will take termsor rented i F. P. McCall will attend quarterly eager. On the European plan-furn-
l, water colors a about the 1 and INDANcharge RIVER Music HoUSE., conference at Osteen Saturday and ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen-
y. The Breakers will be open June 1st. Titusville, Fla. Sunday. trally located.


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Is apl of the atresaoua elrts of
c.m 8 maSparkis the Heoas raul
ed sathei ndamenatothe navalap-
epofa htl bill which wold have al-
lowed Key West $3C. for improve-
m-t at that naval station.
Dr. Smnon B. Comover. who during
the admistratioa of Presidet Hayes
was United States seator from Florl-
da, died at a hospital In Port Towns-
and. Washiagtoa, Suaday of InArmi-
ties resulting from old age.
l compliance with the order of
Judge Mltoa 8. Jones, the oees of
Jadge of the criminal court of record
ad soicitor have been placed on the
primary ballot by the Democratic ex-
ecative committee of Dade county.
A city c'ounelluln- In Tampa has
prepared forpassage by the city coun-
cil of Tampa an ordinance requiring
all -,lopn-0 to remove the screens
from before their bars, ad all chairs
mad conveniences for loafing from
their phces.
Senator Milton Is getting into har-
ness In Washington He has been as-
sigaed to the following committees:
District of Columbia, fisheries, Pacific
islands and Porto Rico, patents, print-
ing, public health and national quar-
antine and revision of the laws.
Pensacola's new postmaster, Rix M
lobinaon, has received his commission
and commenced his duties, succeeding
Captain W. H. Northrup who served
for four years, received a second ap-
Spointment at the hands of President
Roosevelt but was rejected by the
United States Senate.
T. Williams and C. C. Scott prob-
ably have the largest melon farm in
Florida. This farm is located at Tren
ton, in Alachua county, not far from
Galnesville. The hundred and twen-
ty acres are now planted with water
melons of the choicest varieties and
eighty acres with contaloupes.
In the city election held in Gaines-
ville Tuesday, Horatio Davis was unan
Imously elected mayor. G. K. Broome,
S. J. Burnett and C. Y. Crawford al-
dermen, B. T. Arnow, marshal, J. M.
Dell, clerk and treasurer, B. R. Colson.
tax assessor, T. B. Ellis. Sr., tax col-
lector. W. W. Hampton, member board
of ptblic works.
A meeting of more than three hun-
dred prominent citizens of Deland,
held last Thursday. placed in nomina-
ton the following for the city pri-
mary: For mayor, S. A. Wood. For
city clerk, E. D. McLeod. For treasur-
er and collector, Ward Gould. For
coaneilmen, Z. T. Blelby. A. H. Wood-
all and S. B. Wilsoa.

I-y a Fdih m i t

TO l thle sopasmiia aIed ao bed bo
i- s be mdmy ffert n Ti-__
BI iin.i 'IirK 1l1i1w is meugh to
Rmo any kidi nemr w PatM To asl
bhw tbl ssnt rbs e om be Ite aht about
wIl peo meiunhdsg wedste .s.hdmdo etf
plenji senas.a

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SLamI. MI- w li the bi -eTorL
.ed.ed Plus mI sp ma Psea pea.mel L x-
podmep I k aw that terle am C who
peav rsw aly ds ided to oae theirem

eals f tor and a ceatrate the
eoin .,l New York wlty.Taml

A pre aratlioa keown eh ar ir.

be aed anSa an eZme Imeast e cer-
yeai, wMlai ope for e to even Tampa
Juas 1, emoyilawg to begi with, 150
meh. The rm thas ae aed. hei actorL
buertildi wnerg at Palmanett Beach oree to berl

treated "will be am eud twnty cents
rocad u refed bto e &Cm witho t
have recentder de t Flordae theirad
local -actory tand te o rate their
press In New York Cety.-Tamps

A preparation known an tarvla"
Sthe iused as experiment ea cer
tain of Miam's streets to prevent dusn
mad to do away with the ommI a miht
glart of the Dade county rock with
which the street ts ar pavenr The prom
rty ownesa along the streets to be
treated will be ast.pd twenty cents
per square yard.
The boier in te aad N ashville Ralm

Company's lumber mill at Carrabelle,
road hms refused to comply waith th
rlew t order of tare rloriday road
ico mi-ntn that the railroad compass

the eaagineer, b The order was ia
Powed so that the nmmd injuring seveightral
certain, t the company could not af
ford toredace passenger tae bfromi
4 to 3 cents a mile and also to lower
Its freight rates.
The bilerinoo the R. J. & B. Camp
Company's lumber mill at Carrabelle

the time of the explosion, and the
blmaw p at ayearly hour a riday moral
Irm Instantly king William Roberts
the engineer, badly scalding Oscar
Powell freman,t and injuring several
others, but not seriously. The efng a
room was totally wrecked, the boile
being blown about ffty yards from th

awaiting them in the Bank of England
and that Mr. E. M. Putnam, of this
engine room. The engine was de
molished. The mill was running at
the time of the explosion, and the
many employees had a narrow escape
from instant death.
Referring to an article recently pub-
lished In this paper to the effect that
the heirs of Gen. Israel Putnam, of
revolutionary fame have $20,000,000)
awaiting them in the Bank of England
and that Mr. E. and Mr. Putnam, of this
place, is one of the heirs, we have jus
learned that two more of Gen. Put-
nam's lineal descendants are living in
Punta Gorda. They are Mrs. Chas.
G. Davis and Mrs. Geo. P. Davis. We
hope that they and Mr. Putnam wUil
come into a large share of that for-
tune.-Punta Gorda Herald.
The Florida Medical Association
which met in Ocala last week elected
Dr. J. F. McKinstry, Jr., Gainesville.
President; Dr. W. H. Powers, Ocala.
second vice president; Dr. Peek. of
Manatee county,, third vice-president:
Dr. J. D. Fernandez. Jacksonville, sec-
retary and treasurer; Dr. C. E. Terry.
Jacksonville. librarian; Dr. J. Harris
Pierpont of Pensacola delegate to the

next meeting of the American Medical
Association. Pensacola was selected
as the place for holding the next con-
vention on the fir-t Wednesday in
April next.

The Atlantic Coast Line train No.
89, running from Jacksonville to Port
Tampa, enjoys the distinction of haul-
ing the largest load of mail for Cuban
points in the history of the service,
not even excepting the Spanish-Amer
ican war. Train No. 89 carried on
its trip Friday 17,000 pounds of mail
for Cuban points. Taking into consid-
eration the round price of postage of
thirty-two cents a pound, this assign-
ment alone amounted to $545. It re-
quired a large number of clerks to han-
die this mail and two cars solid were

Wc th Go=- @ malg sene.
SSNa at -- l ts. Lmke maaty
46. -a-- Jasn Miller ha
made a se mocow at It the pst year.*
He blat a t lars yard about a
acre bn exent down a the riher fro
It take In all tm orane tNme and
other tropical shrubbery and is a very
beautfl place. They have a ine ran
on the beach and plk up a great
many crabs, lah and hell. They have
do-e spleadidl, have laid buhels of
ega md have farnished brokers for
the hom market and a great many
hve been sat away.
A burglar or a gang or sarglar are
opiwr at DeILad and the Iathori-
ties should ae every effort to capture
them. Dring the past we they
have brok lunto the homes of Mrs
Howard, the Shiner place, Mr. Ed-
ward, Mrs. Mayo IDde, Pr. lte-
field Cofta, Mr. Johna L ThoUmpuo,
Hutchiona Hall and oer places.
From Mrs. Howard they stole $28, at
Mr. Edwards three watches ad a lot
of silverware from Huta Hall.
At some of these place the got in
their work while the families were sit-
ting out on the porch or out calling o
naighbas.-Delaad Record.
Boatmea who have oeMccad to vis-
it Key West or raise among the kers
will be glad to learn that a gaorlne
station is to be installed on Metacum-
be key. This will emale power boats
to cruise around the lower keys with
aa assurance that a supply of gasoline
can be obtained without returning
here In the past the boats making
loeg trips were forced to carry a ip
ply of gasoline a cans, which was not
only troublesome but was very dan-
gerous. The new station is to be 1
cated on the western shore of Met-
cumbe where there is a good harbor.-
Miami News-Record.
The occupation of children In the
State Reform School at Marianna, c-
sist of carpenterag. brick mamsory
and brIltnpking for boys and for girls
cooig and sewing. There are two
schools, colored and white. The col-
ored s one-hal mile from the white.
The buildings are built alike, both of
brick. The colored children work in
the morning ad go to school In the
afternoon, and the white children at-
tend school In the morning and work
in the afternoon, and on Sundays are
carried to church. The colored chil-
dren have Sunday school in the after-
R. A. Webb of Nocatee ended his
life last Friday morning in a little
room at the rear of T. J. Beatty's sa-
loon in Tampa by taking a dose of
chloral in a glass of beer. After drink
Ing down the drug to the last dregs,
Webb folded his arms on the little ta-
ble in front of him, laid his head on
his arms and died quietly--so quietly
did he pass out of life that none of the
well filled barroom a few feet away
heard his last gasping breath, and not
until the body was cold did the pass-
ersby through the little room notice
anything unusual about the thin form
of the gray haired old man so pathet-
ically at rest at the table.
The white fly has spread to most of
the orange groves in the vicinity of
Seville, in the north end of this coun-
ty. The growers can do nothing with
them. They will keep on spr:..imt.
though, to protect the trees and fruit
from this Iest as much as Iroscible.
This enemy to the orange tree has
also put in its aplearance about Dt-
land again, and the groves in the vi-
cinity of New Smyrna are infected
with it. Down further south, in the
orange belt, where this fly has been
for years, the growers ship fine crops.
and the Volusia county growers can
do the same by keeping the fly in
check by spraying-Volusia county

10se Reward 6100.
The readers of this paper will he plea.s-d
to learn that there is at least one dreadful
disease that science has been #lle to cure in
all its stagesl sad that is 'atarrh. Hall's Ca-
tarrh Cure is the only p.mitive cure known
to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a
constitutional diseas-. requires a constitu-
tionai treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
taken internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucarous surfaces of the system.
thereby destroying the foundation of the di*-
ease and giving the patient strength in
building up the constitution and assisting
nature in doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in its curative power.
that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any
cae that it fails to cre. Send for list of tes-
Address. F. J. CHENEY (1 0.. Tole~hl. 0.
Sold by Druggist 7 .
Hall's Family Pills are the beet.
Baby won't suffer ive minutes with crop if
youa ply Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil at once.
It acts like magic.

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