The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
June 5, 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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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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M11lS OF THE Greatest Value Here LATEST EWIS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP

ing clothes, and that is to buy oneof MNDAY, JUNE 8, 108
g l lts Partlanlg to Bet our Schloss suits. g Ladies' readymade drawers made S0omthinlg About the People of Titu.uig Del To You can shoparound aIlou I a(id u o s g h .
d hadbiclD e fr cep!here dometin tyoupe Travel Here aid Tke idefliounee and hemsttchng and vllle as TheyjComeudGo She g that p eaes, cks special 29cents per pair S d hand bicycle forsale cheap. there something that rather strikes Dr. Miller, Dentist. Titusville. Ladies' readymade underskirt, Mr. A. N. Nolle is having hi re Ihie at 'rex Sra offee your fancy, but if you want real Wei
ire at THE worth, greatest value, yu'll come W regret to learn that Mrs. Kuhl, made of good quality of lonsdale dence painted.
Mr. Henry Prithett of Jackson- our store in the end and get a Schloss of Shiloh, has been quite ill of late. with 16-inch ruffle of embroidery. Com. J. H. Allen arrived Tuesday ville is spending a few day in Titus- suit. Dr. M. Souvielle, of Jacksonville, worth $1.50, special 99 cents Readymade sheets, 7Vx90 special from a few days spent at Daytona.
ville. If you want style you'll find it arrived Wednesday and registered at e cents each. Messrs. Sam Martinand G. S. SnedMr. ad Mrs. H. Watton. of Clif- here; if you want good loks com- the Sterling. White auto cloth, specially shrunk. ecker. of Melbourne, were in town fort, good fit and good quality, you'll cellen special to, wer in town Wednesday and find them too, and best of all the Major A. St. Clair Abrams and eelent for ladies' skirts, pecal 15Tuesday lnud tmem~r*R ofo ,e. a o l e .~ 1 rents per yard. i a. camed at Tea SrAR office. price will be reasonable. just what wife, of Jacksonville, spent a part of Indian Head linenalreadyshrunk. Mrs. T. B. Wilson left this week
Editor Olin, of the Cocoa News, you can easily afford to pay. Saturday in Titusville. Monday's special, 19 cents per yard. i for Indianola, where she will visit and Mr. A. Osteen, of Lotus, were Prices $10.0 to $2.0. Mr. Edward Fitzgerald, state in- Readymade pillow cases, 45x36. with relatives for some time visitors at THE Sr office Monday. WINSTON S. BRANNING spector of jMls, was i town Satur nth D rents, Monday's special, 14 with rela twn Satrcents eah. Mrs. Frank Baker arrived WedMrsW. C. Thomas is expected Up-to-Date Clothing House day on his way to Miami and the Chiffon panama, 38 inches wide, nesday on a visit to her father and to arrive Sunday afternoon. She Titusville, Florida. Florida Keys. worth 75 cents, Monday's special, 49 mother, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew FgoVwill spend awhile at the home of her Mr. Doyle E. Carlton, representing cents per yard, black onlyhes wide, he parents, Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Wilson. Motor Boat Races Stetson university, of DeLand, was all thenewest shades including black Miss Allie H. Gillmore. from JasThe Banner Drug Store has a new Thefollowingraresformotorboats in Titusville the first part of the and blue, special 49 cents per yard. per, Ala.. arrived Wednesday on a ice shaving machine and is prepared have been arranged for the Fourth week in the interest of that well- Wash silks, in all the latest shades, it to her half-sister. Mrs. C. A to seavedrinks thatare cold. As to of July celebration at Titusville: known institution of education. 24 inches wide, worth 75 cents, Mon- isi her
w pyoedan olyotellbys Clasf1 m-speed boats of 12 milns f day only, 59 cents per yard. Gardner.
how old,yonanonly tell bytrying laA-speed boats of 12 mil Mr. F.T. Budge and family, of Rajah silks in all the latestshades, Johnnie Frasier, the youth who them, and over, to be raced according to Miami, arrived here Tuesday for a including Copenhagen blue, 27 inches lost his left arm a few days ago, as
We acknowledge receipt of an in- time handed in, and if they exceed stop over of a day or so on their way wide, worth 75 cents per yard.
vitation from Miss Fannie Sanms to such time, to be penalized double- to Wakefield, R. I., where they will Ladies' hand bags in all the up-to narrated in THE STAR last week, is attend the closing exercises of St. There will be first and second prizes, spend the summerstyle, prices from 75 cents to doing finely and will probably be out
Joeph's academy, St Augustine, consisting f handsome silver cups. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Johnson left Ladies' belts in all the newest The ladies of the Presbyteri June l7th. Course 9 miles. Presbter June 17th. a m t 1 mB -Mo yesterday for Chester Shoals house shades and styles, special 5 cents churchwill have a sale f g things Class B -Motor boats of speed of refuge where they will spend a eachgood hin By mutual agreement the dry 5a of refuge w here they will spend a Unbleached Sea Island domestic, to eat at Mr. G. F. Duren's meat goods and grocery stores will observeanchor with few days in the hope of an improve- Monday's special, 14 yards for $1.00. market tomorrow afternoon, the proevery Thursday afternoon as a hol- anchor ment in Mrs. Johnson's health, which Mail orders promptly filled on any eeeds to be used for repairing the day, commencing yesterday and con- engine not in motion, anchor to be hO been rather poor of late. of the above goods, raised and engine started at signal has been rather poor of laJ KLINE, Titusville. church. ifromag First and second prizes, Monday was June rule dayandthe Judge Minor S. Jones will convene The Titusville nine went to Cco usisting of handsome silver cups property advertised under sheriff's For County Commissioner the June term of the circuit court
yatrda to play ball and again met Course 6 miles. sale. situated on the lower end of I here defeat at the hands of the Cocoa Class C-Motor boats of speed not Merritts Island, was bid in by P.A. didathereby announce myself as can- i and for Dade unty on net Ties boys, the core standing 4 to 5. A exceeding 8 miles per hour Boas MeMillan. the plaintiff in the suit ofth dist for county ommi tioner of day. Juite 9th. The term pisrquitse number of the Titusville young peo- in this class will also start from an attachment against Harold I. Smith. 5th istrict, Brevard county, at the to be quite lengthy e is tei quite coming primary to be held June 16th, a heavy civil doet besides several
ple went down to witness the game. anchor with engine not in motion, Mrs. Roberts and Miss Emmons, 1908. and solicit the support of all murder cases to be tried.
C. C. Chillingworth, Esaq., of West anchor to be raised and engine to be of Mims, paid TIHE STAR office a my friends in the contest. Contractor P. J. Hall has just comnPalm Beach, was in town Monday started at signal from a gun. Six pleasant call yesterday. Mrs. Rob- Your obedient servant, pleted a boat house for E. B. Wager. and Tueday for the purpose ofset- cash prizes-K8, $5, $4, $3, $2 and $1. erts expects to leave ina few days T. J. CocKsHtrrr. in South Titusville.tokeep hismotor tling up the affairs of the estate of course 6 miles, for Waterbury, Conn., where she boat out of the weather. Mr. Hail the late Fannie A. Smith among the Class C starts at 9:30 a. inm. will spend the summer north with Teachers' Examination commenced work on moving the heirs, who met him here by appoint- Class B starts at 10:30 a. m. her daughter. Seventeen teachers are taking the Wiley cottage Wednesday to its new met. Class A starts at 11:30 a. m. Governor Broward was a passen- June examination this week, which location on the Baptistparsonage lot. Mr. Chlm. Hatch, of Washington, Boats must be entered in such ger on the northbound train Sunday commenced Tuesday morning in the Misses Jessie, Barbara and Una in the employ of the department of events as correspond with their best from Miami to DeLand, where he high school building. Of this num- Miller, of Eden; Misses Ruth Farley agriculture, bureau of commerce and speed. made his second address since the her seven are white and ten colored, and Ada Comstock, of Malabar; Miss labor, was in Tituaville the first of Entries to be made to Com. J. first primary Monday. His first ad- Rev. Wm. Stones is assistant to N. C. Schofield, of Tropic, and Miss the week to inspect and make report Lorillard, Jr., Titusville. Fla., up to dress since the May primary was de- Superintendent Walker in conduct- G. Stewart, of BRanyan. are taking on the timber lands of Brevard coun- July 2nd inclusive, livered at Miami Saturday. ing the examination, the teachers' examination in session ty, and from here took in St. hucie Entries are free and all motor boat The grand stand at the baseball this week in the high school building. county men are cordially invited to enter Church Notes SWn. Cleveland, of Fort their bots inthese events. grounds has been erected this week They are stopping at Hotel Palmunder the direction of Men s. Bert The pastor will preach in the leth- burst.
eade, who has been visiting here Johnson and MLendon, and is quite odist church Sunday at 11 a. and A letter r ived from r. C. with her cousin, Mrs. J. M. Osban, A Surprise tonMry Scrimgeour Jhson and MeLendon, and is Tquite e ere t for evoral weeks past, will leave to- At the regular meeting of the or- an imposing affair and will be a greatthe week at 7:. There is a place enlersom, of .Ilurfr s Tnn morow morning for Canaveral, derof the Easter Sar in the Ma- convenience at the numerous con- a says: "Although am dl rtests of the national game that are welcome for you. worked, having Loth my private' buswhere she will iit her father, Mr. onic hall last Tuesday evening, Mrs. tests of the national game that are m i rea l hli bf l Gray, feor a eopleof es. A. Serigeour was very pleasant- expected to be pulled off here this R. Win. Stones will preach an ess, my newspaper work d the tF.Gryfo r m eorusle ua C a we h sor administer the Lord's supper at La-Icndunt omf the campaign if to na Mr. Cleveland is now holding an i- ly surprised by the presentation of a season, dm ster the Lrd's pper t La- conduct of the campaign f G. portant position with the Charleston beautiful order pin, her name and Decoration day was observed in range on Sunday next at 11 a. I., i Patterson for renominatn. I hac thyd preach atTitusville at 7:0p p S..e S fail ato read T h Fo1H A h
Mining Co., of Fort Meade. chapter number engraved on same. Titusville last Saturday as has n. failed to read T to her from this chapter, of which the custom in former years. Aload Wedding Bells o Peal STAR. and always enjoyed it. 51 The West Palm Beach Sun says she has long been a member. Mrs. f lowers was taken out to Titus- Wedding Bells to endr and our daughters a that Mr. John B. Beach. manager of Scrimgour warmly thanked the ville cemetery, where the graves of'a Crhaveo been Snt .u t Iy e. op% ig ,, e irfect health asnd ,id ... the FloridEast Coast Fish company, ehapr for the luvely rMrs.ic.bran t's who ha e p ietl tin beyond were n P eot"eanne h G Singerisn t h i, nf ask u n remember them, ..r ishaving FrankCarlile build a sea Deliciou us refrtmewt' ne n e trp ith them. It is to be re- friend, in Titusville, an hf,t A, going lighter, to be used by the fish- be r s nt e t their laughter. EoaCn.tnmli ,nela t' I pr t C oo their a.pia.irtn co ermennext season. The lighter will sered a this M~s pulbly the last greted that the attendance this year Eltn Willints ll, i take place oi." t be fitted with gas engine, and meeting rs. S. suill ltteltl frsmiewi not as large as in former years the inenia angof Thga th irlil tt under mthing lwf Thurotlah stat ofth, Wis-nn DL Nr sciliontful i 3 al, No 3 whenever necessary can be taken out- time as she expects to soon leae r A end suit of Daniels vs. Mas- at 11:30, St. Marks Etishepal church, e to bring in the enormous quan- California. here she i y lla breath n Mr eet i s flotel Pain C .a. S or. s utieaht in nets which the omeanbea definitely. burst prolerty was held IreforeJus school in Brevard county Ihr a iunl- I;ias s.arn hbing im aught oledalions, stars,' a ee Adtice B. R. Wilson Wednesday and her of years as i a foio,,rl o, "i s a,,Iine fowr sor.,a ,ado dr, t, Fine Monday Offerings of Men's Have You Been Witing forhis? ried y jury. Tie verdi'treturned with all wh, kro, h o-., s its ith Fl fNITUr. I, isoS, 5FI Clothing I want to go t,. Crad,,,* I wa ul o- tlive fodat. Judgeo t a great deal ,, ittrst ti* Ic roe,- IS 5-his :. 7I- -v
Special prices in boys' and youths' pIe of months. hauldn aa fr r. fried f h .hi as a I ... aita Extra big reduction in men's Toget e pes nde, I I ill d Gaulde appeared as counsel for Dr. friends learn f ac A iclothing, price makes no difference, your dental work for a ridiculouslv Daniel; Mr. lMa,,ey spoke in his own marriage. Mr. hall i i n night ipthey must go, e lnow price. Some of the more ex- behalf and made his statement to thr erater for the F. E. C. Railwav. For Sale ChpForCash Trunks dre uit sesat pensive work. such as gold crowns0 juriy at Titusville. Six acres an ialf it iitr,irs ', l prices. and enamel filling, you can get for' land on Merritt.. It,R, kno-ri a, Julius KLINE, one-half the usual irice. State Prohibition Convention Photograph Gallery thlSidev (Carlort.r liac.r. illc itTitusville Fla. You must come within the next' The state convention of the prohi- Go to Faust, the photographr, on fot. AldriM-. FIE
Orange ___ two aeeks and you must ing the bition party will be held at Gaines- Julia street for arsitic photos. Al.E
rang and Grtpefruit Trees rash. Make your appointmentts o ille, Fla., June 9. 1908. Eacheoun- work first class and promptyi t att, -jl 'ultta G,,rda, la.
there will be no disappointment. ty is entitled totwodelegate. [tis to. Crol. pastel, watr cljant Grownet Shiloh, Fla., on high DR. MILLER. Dentist. tB is entitled to two delegates. It is to. Ceayen. pasl, waior -l-s asa Trees
hickor hnmock. Fre.e fn white-------------------- expected that there will be a large oil paintings a specialty. Bargain in Trees
fly. Oneyear totwo year old buds. Notice atdance. Fine lot 2-yar ld graefru i buds, Priemfrom25tollcent. Careful- i JOHN P. COF For Sale Cheap For Cash larsh oedtle and Standard. 31 ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill At a special meeting of the Indian Chairman State Prohibition Com'ty, About 88 acres of god high lsd n colteach. $ per ,10. satioa J. W. Gttrits, River Haulover Outing club, a cor-. Eustis, Fla. the eantor sean ideof the Indian ri ,rr J. B. BEAtu H, ib, Fig. portion duly organized and existing at the Narrows, described as fllus: West Palm Beach. Fla.
under the laws of the state of Wis- Draing Lot No. 3. section 35, alsolot No. 3, cunerth w o tion 36 in township 31 suth, range Wood For Sale Iodons al i en.b the n meof sid corporations Drayingorhaulingofallkindprompt- east. This land is unimprovd bu ineWth tasWappaatus, gland was changed to Indian River com- ly attended to. Meet all trnims. ly lated. For furer particulars ad- Pine ora.k any length. Alsbopl Pil kga pt rester, 'Ad- pany. Date My t, 1 H.. Haoon d1e9 E.. Low, ing and harrowing. Seeor addr J.
= 6w 0,, dJOHN S. MAIN, Sec. { itille. Fla. Brockton, Mas. W. Jamison, Tituasville, Fla.


CAR OF PINES ATTACHED. Deane a Ja m.p Wome as Wel as MWg
--.h.... T. ..lO. r- .t. f n... An Made MImable by
SB orrpa t of the T Ja vlle occurred yesterday K Truble.
Y-- when Mr. Koh Kemnashn cedmad
ee o a ee of typhoid fever yesterday umKbe upo th e eb
Seart fui Co as ef.t Spauld ing's o have its trade connection live up i at the DeSoto s falta outage s ,vigor
to their obl!tUons, was compelled Ito thor i A ewhek ASE
take rather draide action on a car 1 e a t kte me t out or
Sta which arrived at 3olton Mon, tered Tale college for a post gmrad I mtr
cotm,. When the Jameosto expI- eowe rOaslam

a time ao. Uhethe Utom o tobe bono Sporting Goods
maret not In as good shape as e atte e o t ak
at mained at the expositoo until its alicted th ek
S o o that tine, the stewartprt lose, and came to Jacksonville evy thehidr WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
So th o icted to perhe ear Of eral months ago with the Japai e seae ble fesh ort. beate schd
tomatesd whose name the coner re, clony to prtleipte in the Floelda teaches ae be It a be le to E H. & W. B. DREW CO.
fe. omse phbo no N-Mid-Winter xrpositio. t pat. I t HW tor to mthe Stewarthe lt 1. at He wai 28 years old. He was e e u
SJ b&o.Aold to allvnts th ey mt by rtlesytf. rk an JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
laee which has a been ae t ing. and attooed that happy .a B tordeth sam wholesale pri es ty of making friends wherever the importt arg s. Tithe same ent out but the hIpper he may be. He has no relative in hledoe m dremdogdltoatho f.o. bJacksOnvilla as charged by Spau dingon slpto rket r bt death ame idey ad btddc sod woi a habit A ments from New York. Save the freight
what to ome NoRthe market h r, but his deth ame n molpop Send for Catalogue
med an the shlpper a olhded t the presmece of a number of his eoan- Womea ma well m ma ur made m lod the 2 a here b o t l tryme who provided every comfort erthble with kidney and blndde trouble,
and the 2 x arp asewresut bunot I am i pd c ie wm I -e- u
to Stewart at the pri e co atracted for. for d g for ween of f nl- d e .g oa t *
whe tomaee wat elsewhere! lear S la teled. It h m
(T b a a to have reached the w Hie od y s br preperd for teshipt l bylde o
bhho Co. At al .re vsto they met by Charle A. Clark, and will i be btae od ma dola r dIadbt cmet t he Stewrt ort Co.sget to Washington, D. C.. for crema- lomni oomat by Do
ad 8sretary Thompson of that a. tenc. The shesn will be sent to his Nre odaepmptei t a.mFbl L C dur t company b d t $5 parent In far-o Japan. pr htnO I thedini ma eo hy One decla hiIhhad onehi l etteo zmtaod LOCALTIMECARDNo.7. IN EFFECT APRIL 14. VAsa the tranactioa, the mon wheh "mamstla nred. i.riat to. mar
would have been realized had the to- He Got Vit e Neodd & Co.. Btghemto, N. Y.. be me ad No.99 No.LINE9 No. % matoe been shipped. At all events i yea eit ed tim meail.e" Daly DIly ill Dil-. t
Shish ade of the story, and, to d. Tr. madthatlte tea t m y-Ger ot a, the uart agi Co. M on th momm. ato Arh gtnt u eas rg Leuin.... ma...lpoal aafr .....
i t rt 2 t Oten on a ey deandr t rmdm I mnathee laot. adate ddm, S al lUOpto ON.a rpmdm L........Omad......... Li 1110.
e attached the car of pines to et-tht my drI t Iemmaoded Elre Iit- MI erveryb eal smm soe Ls... DeO m......... I
orfy the ectlm of 1500 held agais t En i t th. Ihdon t e titR y geht i tP em s BP LoD ...... iTtt l tthe hipper as a rest of his failure Eie nete itoot itbaton thettoe CANAL CAMPAIGN BY WOMEN. aia Lip O .......... ......
C 't. eeno c e eoversino." 8olde adr d12 ao m L.........arlllsy. ........ I.
to eud the tomatoes which the Stew- gsamtoee t lBanocrtlorote. 5e0. nw og n~t Will Speh Fm a o Op ... ..
arts clam were due them. The car 2__nI bt A lo the Er d. 5h oa 0 i pm rh.. .. ...W" L.e ... ab m m
eA o t e Erie. od opf crc.kinl up h. L will be miod under attachment and Notice Canalboat ampalgolt is oe of the Il p ...... ...
thee the sheriff may have trouble to t dfre of olc etm L, ......... m
determIne about the moey. latw- Their f Inopan ter ha at the ora afu gst c dai a H ea wiod- 3l tlIy a.e.. yr.....oun.. ... .. ..
ultwTheir So ualu th ughtem at the new suffragist catrped im itslt is expected as a result, but the am t of c to quarters pened recently in New Yworkt Dilrypt uoa. tu y. ed T ly oIly :L-, .
r am in r eiptof arcommunicatioh Tae c w Stewart Fruit Co. officials lam they t, e Mu e committee city. The headqarter have bee -have doeumntary evidence saufiient Ari~toea Confednsate lonmoent a tblirhdl by the Equalily Leaget ofA BRANCH
to leave no doubt s to what the out- 00 atui aral eigto you idividb e yl N lfdSupuotL g Woho h b heI t t I r EA TB? L d i oeo lroe Itke* s Lr PALATKA TO .
olare~a further theed that th Su1pptonlrin g ho i n id sp a t in A mild : eA A A and to l other member of the U. C. to undertake sffrge plans which Ar Plm tl TOi PALkATM Phl AEAT Pala Z PALATKA come of thecase o ill be. V. for the Ium of O cents each, for Harriet Stanto Blatch. the preido8 ..... P it0 u r
ass o_ ile........ .. ..
Big Fierttliaser P. the teor of ernet si.a e 10, e outlined wa hv anIT I tCHIL LS umentto themt onederate ldie A ahot t ho made by the faht .s.... o Dl Isit. I FE R LRA D, i mesti a auti. a T2 Dr: ...........BI ae rI E As AL L po o
i(Tamp Times.) rm rptiiginanbattifhl pwot of sffhh ge worker after the trolley LAf- 'Spm The visit to Tempa aturdam of Gi. grod now Lw the Cofe e deogt t
tio of the Natioa metryatA- rage campaign over. The workers p I W. Chisholm of Charleston, S. C., ad lington, hi is iht of W l el from Albany throont the AN AT
Charles S. Bryan, a well oknown New too iy. If toseishingto contribute length of the Erie canal and will tke L T- AJ ATA orl!rATEO -' ,.
cork capitalist. is of more than ordl will send contributio to me, at Tio their summer var tio in this way. TO T
aw Importch a s it means the es- ville, I will ee that is t e as thn Stse oc I oe frm th n iTnO S M I .
Sproper hendsproimptly. Thecommittee cenalbst. and the pasusege will em- abs. aDlly 01 OW em: tabltshment In the environs of the eeted tat the cont ibution from at n te eL, .ribution from a nrsper at tow n. along the Enti a
city at a very near date of another eac comp be sent in one cheek. I New York ity the asembly di I Ic c I MA O 1
t odustry to be added to the mao a I quote Ifro the c losing parag ph -J ac I oZr [a nnSe the committee'. letter: am t__be_________a woma which have tbelr eyes fixed on ths Comrades we ae all growing old. captaLn in every distict to approach 6 1oc 4o ,107 l".. JlovltltiL. .t a
city as a favorable field for the extend Death will soon dissolve the last of our the candidates for senators ad lm m ilott. I.trllotll.t h L 11, m1
ea of their operator. ap.What happy thingit w old blymen to ask if ll pres they will preart;, TI lte o S a OwYllr 0 ier. Chahsholm Is the pbeforeit gos shall object of wom a._ soiffrage to 1. p- ..3/1er is t rin its meetngpee the pictreof pie and I they ore mn favor of womot te epicture ofpi Dall t iwa
*Germotet MNufocturing company a monument at Arlingtonto our dead, uffrge in muolcipal "i Te I 5l. e t Iop- o .. .yr...
which has been operating a large er complete ad worthy to stand in the headquarters will h ope dly from- s- L. O0 0L. 1p 410 0 "a t
tllioer plant in Charleston. S. C. the homeof Lee. Repffiftly, 10 i. to 3 p. m..andtherewill bea lis 4
paid in capital of which has een r- Commander Indian Rivr CmpNo. 47, ao io end r ian K.urt Tbee .. L Im
eently Increased to $2000.000. U. C. V. Hoy lthe -eotd t r Tele 11
Recently the company has purehas. daysat B oelock. The Eqult le ue TIMMo wr.l a.t.lto le l .I0 h. t lde r 1 l 0 women are amlitiog with the org..- Ot..100000tg.,eeaetotod.rd..l0 eeld e .I.eflO e 000 dt1
ed big sites In both Atlanta and Mona- PLANT YACHT FINEST AFLOAT a=o. w ... .. .,,.O.
gomecy and has made arrangemetscm -c A01., ~.
for the erection of mammoth plants at Equipinot and Decoration of the Yo -Riiey In tthe gO." tD RANE. ,ST. AEIt 4.T FLOID
both of these places In addition to thr I.nth. Cerrid Out on gol. of _eyr 0t to Bt" mset now take .
Charleston concern, and after looking Royal Migiif e.nis. ack teL for tolt OpOi ropr er htbee Upo cd d bc "Rueie In the Bo_*
over the affairs in Tampa yesterday bommodoc ortu F. Plnt' new There been a lot of emokn' over Ce y
both gentlemen decided to establish 3.00 too ch. t he Yolonlot he rue 0 hI. t
Syet another plant in this city. Frth of Forrlh nod oiter Ioes wek le tle 101. oh
v eo Fimb d trte I r ec IA 'o, rht -- .0 thir With this end 1n view they author- wlll for, New Tork. from which Th by me l s w rhmd D- t him iad the pMrchase of from twenty to pinl the oi ter ith il.prly of fr eIIdsi o t whtwh the od o croeln up Ih
twenty-fie acres of land and olatet wll .n .. a t.our oll th world. .. Itt t Ih ..... M others!
am order for the necessary machinery. The Tolootho ealrico a crew .f eighty 1' herd Obout this Cas, an the war
stating that they saw no reason wybO tldii relot optrtor of e .50 shed thOUl ok out for your Children*
sh the lootb ohso~i 001 he rolplt- I li siliIl II las Iu elec- O iroed about h0 rost, 0 to dw
.h the o, le -.d "" I ...r,.. a-s "thehotobhew 0110 0.... neHalh while they are oun
'.j an actulalh" in oleration iwthin r sundry d0 ey Kh hen n N tacdC'tem a we elll nee lodItl lltle Uit 1yl man 1h, b. I otC ied
o : iprii" lI of ninely lays. hll. lt ll le, The Tc pllltau lion10 TO pot a dnt in Csoy.s frme sn pun0 I )Ar. t1O bholm. before leoaing the for gstq re t-,h that -lieh has a tore C y'm. pdOe.
-i t. sat that h. 1elctPd to dlo 0 '.l,llhlll c lite oIf y-n ,. i-lodidl a For th-e -, t y who n the 0m0e it's
-ac e I loltlt t l,1 l h il l "0 1 r lC l 5 il1h5, r i lllin a td h, o s Y h. r c ll
- 1, 1 th l e ~h f h*.-se, hip ent. i r oh lt t, r l bl l etlloti- ThIt thcld h l 0 on a wai' d bave lost t l be b he by i s ls slailing li- I.'ll, w I @I1 ,.i ly n ll be e h Tw In i: e h It'. wld bases full, th t v .a e o ,,. a,1lo ,cd.,ko al the Fre h Or sCeceoto b .
-ccl from Tala tit ISIlone lrt. **1 .,l;thl [scills b.. r,,!lrct .I i ., l, x An '. d h. bow thwblPcher herl Laeerltme diei e frehilddr.. It he dec tfeir i cr
tHe furthr :,l e i thal t th in i a%- h 1 1n hishIIIands he spt! in mildy. wll annl.,r 0. 0 ti D d b] pl!l ,oa r d:. w &
1 Iretlliver to the farmors5 5f this Sir-.. ftl;. Thi~'r. on tlio I doubled up tle n unklnlkeld an' rlet ,nd illness fJrthrhwlllb, ,: lin; i.: it
State by the establishment of this ftr plnl-illl of i... tilril.. cod .1 ...1 hse ... A Poriti b
tilizer plant ii Tallpa (l,ull not faI ;i ]lhoip I' e;;.l-go.ui l )II7,' Ius is oaly 0l.b A Pbet C ure ew .
to be o.. ilderable c Ihl .. ...... I .t. ..... Ile. Il. l ',. ly t- ,,,o1om I.. I ONiSTP N F O RCILLS A
--t03 rr~nn l bs th bih,,olh:l h a llcl nl-I ,,11I if rIc. Is t so toftlt o ns o t ", D
...I is vlcnti h t l 1 pl-be New I.1 I -oloss. 1....1 i00ir 1 n- cs..l 1 d, ih, FEVER MALARIA. D00111
-bitb is nlinI" in .rila a t 1. F.. SIA, BILIOLS11SS A.ND ALL A ,tr t ot r i te ,I5lhe N- 1 5rk I;.-In ll h L I LA005S.
ohitllpo to rlhec yeinsl anl lhlO I-,--, h..i.,-l e i lll*,l .11 Ihl, IllilIt- co n 1110 i s, I i. : r, r an 1 thsed
turned. iakn a h,ble rate t 4 11i1 h IY e -s t!1, h 1, rfr:tn i he .
freight before it i h I lI llitlilOh S i lll i 'ilil i ;l(ol il:l1 1,1 1 II ll i.b IIr;rille 111 r,. 5 k tin ,.0 llo
,iition for use byt, falllc lti nllltl ..l, 00i,. f:- t, 151 515.. L. l In s 1:.r 1 Il-c IKilt, ,i- ,
growers of this si -ti-n. 3ll.l l ill le 5 kln- llf :l' h h In adilion to being the prsid,,n t ,a,\t r1:, t, the lf:*,h11, of the lermofest lIanuf;tl rig Coril ar (ilh i s i :-'l 11r1 ,l 'p bOil,-U :. S17
pany. Mr. (hisholm l. r tll il r si- I.-ll ilr-P I -'.it ....0 5 1.,.. .
dent and treasurer of the Tilgha i If S_. I.t .,- l .ti oihi- t.b I.. ,.. PRICE 50 .
Phosphote m rpany of flowling Gr. en. to :li I, .,rll It llti.ioipAl .m1,, 1 c, 0r rI. ,r I.- ,
with a roil up -011ial -f I 1nI t 00s10. lt;,. II r Il nrl ll the r d Th.t .. tl i t s o.i-arcl 1
To .... oll h 1 .. a ...- I I;- t I ..... BallardSnow iniment Co.
tned at fSl o11 0. 1 i 1 al "nn l l. 'inhle- t 1,, r eI i. ew The 0nd. wre pfunrwoI':o-:ero .
es l h slnisi :ailtctlot i "1 Por s u I llll l lintt'. If -lI tIlr 1 ,0 -r t en t y xtm~n mniming ll rations at Ffor! Toe r-du 0i t, He ecrs. L.Ouhe. M ..
Moee. Poor Nilk pot him ilow.

0 uchosith. An i-s t Il oh 3ppy I- r I"llflhtll,1 IIn u, h-i1t 0, 1 1,011 trllS OI eewo. tIo s rom In,~ 1-1h- -,.
deh Bltod lbittls blild uI, -nd 0. FtI-- Tl15 w a lllo is hi ll. ,'hi. h IoI, Orm. t. 1 *-,
Sepsyc. wenll. 'Tbchy sit th.. itls.ltet in th,-il and tll, --Joba I: ttrql .... Pht0a0, '.1 .-i. Sold and Recommended by
VIORLI W42b Bvlt s.o .luily st rs. Whites ( slli eexels smmCtlod ., Acrdc.o Ih e l lb.- Is. h (r~i~ i~~unn~ [ip Y'Tlthued.-tl ll l uft" bTYtII nill haPn Im thr. tit reil.
Wb hIl ;il mtt0f- til, l. e mi liw.repr Th, l. El]etrim. II TJltVM1ll e h0 Pharmacy axCd
Ine ita 3l9 the burg- B-anner Druj& store

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.. mF:l .y be DEAD TRUST USED A T

o the vf ur the itne AGAINST VENEZUELA. erfod C offered m th. OD 0do yo wat to know something of th gto the city wth o- eompsti and earacter of that which a la. Racnt raels have m a t m te erstall M lo te tIto your stomach whether an a l4irlpM j e ,".. iw -- to F--II .est a n lN.ehalf fodordendin uit elpe e c of Claimants Agaist President Cas- Most intelligent and sensible people The plant of the FrUln Lamber en as tro's Gernmet. ow-az-days insist on knowing what they S. tO m I Compan, loCated me nmt C ANDY ut le hr nothing had een heard mploy whether as fod or as medicine. STa pa beginaag Apalachiela e the Apalachicola ry- about the phalt tst since its Col-ghtto isluponchknowledge. a pfee l bie called "1 lP er. was Completely destroyed by hre tene of the Veeuela contreesy. lish ast and os each bottle Wednesday. Thelai.tuly orm, .... f the e cam t .... y, its n Weney. The lss flly over- Th it was suddenly discovered that s
Dental Soety which ed by iurance. The originL of the the trest was at ice devilish work Icow o h i a a mp SatdaY, vte re is known, excepting that It was again. This time it was trying to em- O -n t whic his medicines I Tama atest loan ote. discovered burning 'through the roof broll the United States In w.r with are ade are di d nd ero SOcala about Jne 1th of the engine room. A high wind was President Castro-r so said his repre- more will their suror curative virtue
prevailing and although the mill EAT M LUKE CAM se tentives here-and in borrinted toneskISO Cist Scientist of lovida coedado" and tll thm p loye fought s i.preee gets abked. -$bll tie or the oeu 0 womad' poiar bSea cloed down and all employes foght tat go o war for a trut" giving rise to fruent dhe bcka s 'abteg aldical o to the Se"Ee the flames they q eky spread to O R oeri s t o rou a1 trust g no to re or dche bc St State for Incorporaton sde every port of the bdi andPrthethoght! Epely old ache. drain pin or dis i i Lo im lorIda as a chrch body. wthin a few hoar it was .....ane. trust one tha t s..n ..ear s o w os .iedn. of ttim ith e dwlit. rting.
The BW ate of Florida will have to Miami was visited last Friday by was laid Il the tocab bearing the In- pelic. catarral drain and kindred syms
E $17,10 dur*l ng the nat yr a millions of butterfles. The little in Mr. M. W. Dene was out htnlg eruption: "Natiol Asphalt tompayty erln iso tis I re
wet $,000 for home tset came lettering down from the!tot week and killed ten alligators. fgotr by the toalctholders." PiodS. is eiin trplb to tusrnI
ad ,0W fo treIn milnadons by the north and all seemed to be bent O 5 I He sa that there are plenty of them Its one of fte choicest ionie th n mothit and in r*prin to am l Senu etting down south as rapidly as po left and that it pays well for the time the unsa-or reputation of the t the pretat mother rth y's omi ni at Hot Srings. A. The sible. This is a -yearly occurence in as the hides sell for 1.45 eh. He Asphalt trust has lately been drgge partively painl TheFavorte re diashmalt i I strong oneo In Floe D liade rount aemnl pott, thrente, deaomatlem is a strong oa In FMl Dade eonty and for two or three says that be will start Tuesday or forth and used as a boy to re olt criptoni a monst tel st. ren henl d n th momt will he ~~hri- days there seems to be an endless Weleoday on another hunt fo- them. nct on s behalf or the Aterican claim ose to the ineral emnm nd t thIe d.orga distirtly minin in e otadullar. owarm, after Which they ditoppear as Ito hunted o Peace River, near Lae a against beoruela. one of thin It is ao a soothing and Ini.nrating swrts Kaye now tey real Pehoste sudel P tr eamnt being the New Yorb and nervine and cures nerous eataustiso. Kt Key ow aa a real potsutddenly as they come. No one has Annie. last week, but says that he will rmdes company. a subaidiary cou- nemvos proratlon. neuralgia hysteria. see aid Ul cam be sent there as ever given a solution of the mystery try lake Walking Water this week as cr of the General Asphalt company other distre ing rv us iumptoms at fely_ to other points in the State. of these swarms but if each butterfly there are more alligators at that place that survived the bursting of the as. tendant upon i nctiona ad rgnie disHlreoe the mul wUas ent there In started up as a caterpillar there was for they are not hunted very much phalt bubble In 1901. eh ofthe di itly temitoie an the.
care o the raU company, through a large lot of worms Record. For the rsurrectionist is no other several ho of oritice reommfnd
tMio Iaml postole The new ofce Miami New-Record. thoa Iin Barber romoter of the earh of the rI ingrent of hbilh
e gt to t l- The rains of the past few wreeh Ntiool Asphalt company and since. Favorite Psrript" is made for the
willhma goa tobe aes d to travel-Or cw ouncil some time re- have been very besefial to the Ito fail un the a ate of orfaident rofbtdiboaekrt owbift iaslgi-,oo metad fm the keys and to pa oquesed the owner of the lands watermelon dp ad the grower are Cast In the asphalt business. abe .cP o rd a oth I a w o a le ymhll In that s teh o r a an the m gt a r L ake sy for poin sp einibdtntn a d e t o a card t m etn in that r on the marines of Laes now looking forward to a large yield. In 11 the annal of highb 0an0 llt for a frre hl et of Cra tee Vriao spectacle to ual tat of frumth sea thoraic, to Dr, RV
tyi.-Miaatl N wtthineord. Virginia and Oseeola. to remove the Nearly two hlmdred acres of melones ther it ael h Pierce lo ids' How and Stl ecl N
S t ty-tw mi o etd- hyaciths and t ar the edge were planted in this vicinity, bt ow. parent holding p the d te ife titan. Buffalo Y.d it Will t
e Camd mo be bhad srteedi tle waters Tlts reiest was made bUnmrpt offspring as an argo- You by return pos.
egeon te rodto duiB hlas toting to the drouth in the early spring, meant to show that he ithe said portte
thhtoe o It ha practtally bees in order that a paty In Sanford, who the first planting is a poor s~ad. heuid remain 1n iatsoaeiOu of an I- A0 s pidto. Conmbawor annos is now bha the contract cn selne the lakes Thse that did come up. however, are Ipoent prt of the deceased haukrupt's 0PE.ENCR
acndhg ot shell from the pit south to catoh and destroy all the gamrs an doing splendidly and are putting on a estate.
of o eight miles toward Daytona atbfsh. Psb eaters The lakes will be ine op of melones which, it is ex- With the horrible exalpl of the mA- t
ad a fe te It work o the cost stocked by the U. 8. government with peeled. ill be ready for market in pihat Cololrmny of America and the
aMrd. Cs balt made big pmg- edle Cops. K w ll be Jeri P pras an hat emny belor ahm
d. eCant a has moade thig pro- edible fih. iEffortn will be made to time to bring fancy prices. The hills t ati Ashalt c bhe fther n ag at the r d d last two make it law to fish in akes wh the laes w h fIed t he sr frlt at fl ht h a e nl t ts c of the
letakesheel ew veeq ai hped m i eelt g< e as the trust dea. TspoanNoa moth -Voatsta Coty Record. daring the spawning teoon.-Winter Came nup after the rains and are alfo They reduced the p talizintin froth DT mNI
Jdge l J. lewis of West Palm Park cor.-South Flw. Sentinel. stovllg nicely, brt fl be a littr to FAttiate. of thlcrmt gowng irely. ht w he a lettoae h a e r l n s e l o i r0 ooga e l ) dJ1... of T aichl ea r b t n l r R U D DE R Beach bha lt celebrated his nine- Reports from the lower keys show late.-Kintimmee Valley oGaette. only 24.a000. 0 have bn isei. end- o a le eC
tadh birtday. He was tom in that the summer crop of fruit is mo- ed th en of collusive bidding and rd os Charleast on May 15, 181 and of lig forward at a good rate. The pine- Death Was On H Heal closed pcllhctios for msiamp.l con- ate
nrm In able to tell at my atteM apple erop of Key Largo and Meta- Jesie p. Mi of kipeV. hd an t r s and hare soIee ded in living a la te te kt
res t iteres an showtn the pn! cuame Key It being shipped, but ans rie re in the nrin geof te.. ar w snsd life free from scando.aMik
ram af the world since hi. boybaod. has always been the ae. the first wit soehforil mgbthatmne t foureold aspTe lt tncss in ntinue oe Us toostoa ..e

in e s e lioreTe n t helbery in ste on a company od a manageThe eIOyS hit health cd takes a ity re t meloca dtema tew KThe en Therin I t heled ei- te1 wkiooe In t way nainstibe
en Interest in the ises of the the fics part of the crop. A few ordiatslye and after taiog twnfad ahalf for these sns. The Geerl A shalt--day. limes are also being shipped f rom th l wt _we -11 ni, fsndt
nay. e extemale, has beeng ssoldoppea t um ti that l wlesw t the best on medy for dtmpnyre the ycur t y still referred to n the trosl )tn
tlan Thurday Mr. Wilfred er keys but nootIn large quantities., as kiths and lnh is lics r at I l the td as n iotr osf the pa lii m of ani .,1 .l*t h old aner tntt Boner Drgte the old regme, but the victim of the
killed on at the ueat rattleea the bulk of the lime crop is gthe re old adcrr ualaintee ot aonoer D ing eah abe d e a t rthe L of th tE
rass nere the laret e t Jcle nd Jo y. l i a staed ttnhat an ee. Trial Wile fee. deal whereby int Veneueia property RUDDER
Sa hrk The snat e after b bin June d Jly. It s stated that a o a d 1 te pt
toed there whee ter eatdionden i held o the pa e in of the Cst1.. HOW -TO BOOK
tag killed. dIsgorged a four toot great many avoadoes will be shippei Just Sentences Impoad. Barber combinatiowson itheCnE HOW -TO BOOrSMen
f wh fit was also killed, from the keyrs this summer. wtM, the I The Key West Citizen of Saturday Castro's pl re In referring the ler- o.ny o i. tt tl .
nd bot reptiles b t tot this city crop of sgar apples will be as to sa: mades and other laiso to arbitration .r n s- no .
to Mr. a Clar the t the adem lthe arege.--Mami NertRel At eleven o'eloek this morning t ,y y.eic, ,,,.
for m ntqg. The rattlesnake skin Tbhe Westemrn Union Telegraph oro. Judge Bethel imposed a soene o f WHIT THE IDIITS DO is Tr a C t o m fea 4 Inhes In length pany has began the nstallation of an thirteen year on Melbourne. Saw- ~.m.-.fa, ,v.., arms n .
d wa 14 inches wide and as 7 mmese ctla In the Pensacola city ier. DCilon an Martlinez, the four Their Unceasing Work Keeps Us HOW TO yEIL.n a ar
ntl--Wet Palm Beach Tro cal hall to occupy a space left in the men implieat-d in the robbery and trong Md Healthy ,,, ,
SOmn l enter of the front of the building for burning of the Cortez factory. All blood th I oly psoone d ea sO ar tso sO
The dredgebo t rampo. which did a city time clock. and within a few The men were gi-en three e the kidonsonre i ery three ninut Tb.he
seh vaoublhe work for the Florida days the space, which bho been board- each on the charge of robbery and hidaley leteh blend. They ,tr nvoibt
erat Coast allway at different points ed up since t thcompletion of the teonIerrs earh oo the charge of arson. knsiofimipure mattered he a- 0TOcL a oo LAUNC
of the eteao. hae been iold to the building will show the dials of one A ietiion was presented tothe court Smithy mr part of this ionum rhtr l i.r.
mftein the blbad. This brinsrs a ion mnndi-t mOW TO r m'nm t r uNmCA,,r Alathc c une Railway Con- of the finest lorks in the Sooth. The asking leoiecy for Martine. but the l tol ftrunitmoow- a. th' o a rea ,i
pay, and win be based at Tampa. The master clock. which governs the city court could find no reason for making Ishe., ma c md h et.'dry rhen, rninnoln-.
rount Timesm f llpmentht ofd his TOarzL i aO-AG ret ihbt o b i p a
Oramn s is te of the st dredlo. is placed n the council eam- an exception in his case. hmrin di i Zph irreglaor hrts dnlittyg e r
oe In the sowth. and durIng the prt- her of the hall and in itself is a hand- droinhs.ely. deposit im the nine. -tc. tu h'i aln*
peal ot the work at Key West wasu ome timepiee. The clock will be rlentyof Trotlae a n = stvr fe tI y arigth ri iy nib F ur .r r O a i o rPE
stationed there where her great dip connected with the wire service of the is mused y intagnation of the lier aod to- John M. e Nin liciag o n inia St, Ti- a D., ...... i.
elto eriddofitoandhndaehr ndlhiliens ille, Fi.. es. "My htnk tin verm y la sow TO BUnI a coDsn caCoT per toned up the mud a If by magiz. Western and wilt Te os a eton and the p suon thest h.tioojndiw dtake nd msaand nhw I stUYed or lthed any- d o n o .oi 1-Mian N ew Re rd. regulator for the entire city. Dr. Kiunr f New Lift I ills. e liable pue h snr- t fornnd it very diffinlt to Ain m no
i. that d tle k ithoara it nri nst e-i ounillr. .. ao onu t EACH The tomato roemp n Dade county A sad accident ocresed in Greenl eipin. at Banoner rt e. taint lioht th t .n. h I T .DErCH
wie pactibly at an end, th Cose last Sunndar. A member of rmlthiy i did
rien tlely issthouehintoour s a mk lst duringa hi twemer ons First Cantaloupes This son. nt th o m n n,
considerable quantity of pepper and phic party which aome down from n Irerh oyounnmon Fialy a- Kin N ew Dico
eggplants ill goth g north These Jackonville was Mr. tBerna ot rd Lm l Gine ile nl nie Sus otInt, Pilno IE uC Pn LIHIiG COit ne
ring a better price than earlier in After eating an unusually hearty To W. P. Shettleworth of Evinst loI rr.n jrt lt I ui.-,l. a ,net anlratl e.n nn cc tCts u as.
the season. The tomato crop as not dinner sti. I.ery decided he would b-longs th rnetlit ni shlin the lhe Iha nd hEl ,.,il iAnLa,. .., ".caun o ..
the eceoa of rasons past being tae a swim in the pooi. andl Justfist t arl-o. of antaloupes of the w-a!r..,n.,ia.n. itn, itro
smaller with prices not what had before going in he drank to inttgl -taron. tlay ] sinteah a idcsAntdu cnl,in L T AD
been expected. The last few weeslof beer. As n as he junlid i.,, Thi ,, ea inaeod left Eyinylirny n e irl -st yO
of the ceson the crops Imprved the w nater li i t teliCn n a, ton Fri& -. It cnsnliims-d four hu n- F-, 1ir-1-4, n I ,',,n
ome, aIded by showers. and in this; es.r i-m* I, until hia -ti "et ". nun-i ;,Il WI s o o nsigned to ., an'-lit ,ri tch I 5,L h
way the growers did fairly well.-- taken out by %Ir. Will t-, s; ,,tt-f York Y ork Tn The fruit -,O 131 r Tl :ir Ic;h ilii x i
Miami Metroli. 'erylining hssaible was lon to ttt, orn tstnll, nly hnt. ntlithtanning th, l lifc but to no a-ail The .Ic"tlit woo a -ro. cInc lillni n ilf ltnn weather.
It 1s very reliably state ti that Pthee urf of tos n av il h e -o h a b r
saloi men of the county ill c i Ti, ln tio u. .. I n t c n It ,et, n T5ha L it i t tnde n .
test the enforelsnt of the ne or-I th e e stin a.n b o bll Ihllr B g e oAr uoilBNOlR"l i
di ace pmviding for the orl oil Times. Th shiTlnbt f this ar is re- inh hit l ol b Ci.. Ir Dnd. If .
ree, s from the entrances of saloons. I rd-reatr as it is the earliest an hitp.r -ndora lnretptr
doing away with restaurants in con-i Shinnlents aty ,no:;nltilg in. li- .- "-, i i s in ci any has t hp n 'ilwrpth.-rs..a N n
neti s therewith. etc.. as rcenetl ion tiars r sll iu option ics e st t of the State. Captain Shet- Itnn dtnod snd buman li,,s at i 05.lfnnv i
passed by the city connell. It is said of Talapa. inolicating that e sines rt -tld along t. OO intil r n
the sMloonlsta will take no steps until is at nornlal and is ir n-r th e iel snotony oeo tho n ninerP Cell in tt, ne, ahg a O.. Etront,.tcn.
the ordinance which is now being Iet oin ecer reachd I;-'c Thc at: luw en and nort successful grower how mnbood will tiro out than how
published. becomes eff.tie. They ation is ar from di. iuri the State Ot a young child mill grow p KILL Tm COUCH
will then refuse to obey the provis- mana-ufatun-s Ifeling crt tcnh en-hols a reord on atrmeo. C URE TE LUNC
ions of the ordinatte and seek to en- eouraged oer the ottloik. There I. You ver C Tell
join the cit from enforcing it. This perhaps. no business in the 1nil'5sd'. '-* I pon rhw oI,,&,n h
will probably -anse their arrmt and States that is no iner th hieii-wuat I fl a llwnul conos l.iineont will turi t ie
bring the lose into orlt. It is alo mark set dtlring the twelve oents lnnn- ait have usd h nlnrniin'st (sie. ]hc I' h ic'--rclns- in, 01,e .
saild the city athories are st as oi If fyledente prl I.os.._.i prioue i n_,d arr eed e at Oton t wac nd ou- er ,,.
-M51nii forvteiu. Weatoc how- .lCiti
determined the ordnance shall be en- to the panic. In the face of the fm IonperioadcI in the to ofit Isft Pf r if t .ll, 'old i Ti ~tnie
forced an the simlontigto Arm to tnck dual Increase in the shioents of in il, F Ito Tlso, ine w r l a ott sen Disasisi FOR Cthe lIife p
fIt out, and If the latter carry out the CIses the large nTme of Od r o RCd is thlmrroatile busins "ALM*OD IA Fea
Intentloes accredited to them a spir- Bon to factories that nr being ade a t- d be isto d tine ALLsVar iUTHROTAIMtURQTnOUBEL
Itsd Co~est will remult--Mlami let- snd the establishment of a number o ,% eUreo. i baE ir--Enuis tnsF This ti Itti fTS L OUI
ropolla w ones.-Tampa Ttribune. rwy ie for sal he Titusville Phae -.--- OR NONE? Z IUDED.


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Catarrh, the Bane of the W'W
.-- ltl 1ht doo. Te result of the gubernatorial
-- --- Pe-ru-n"- a i the frtStandard Remedy.
tint surprise to everyone. The
1EDTERY rDA I Journal took little stock in the ideana, the Standard Re
am ms.i nma Nnr m that John Stockton would be nomia,&a.,,uc a sated in the first primary, but it did
w. am. believe that he would lead the race.
This belief also, we think, was genfor St n, isnthe amp, and t rally shared both by the Sto eton Smid tht over dspak foor th is and Gilchrist adherents, and the lmge vote received by Gilhrist wars
a e will be pe sed into service of much of a surprise to his friends as
aqt week. A.H.King, of Jak ittoisopposoent
vine, know objecist for Stock- ite w riO to o eth e
te inew m canvassing fr osil- Now there is but one thing for
at Le Oak also one ate Mayo ad John Stockton and his friends to do wiLeO sealoooe t Wyo,; --they must get down to businema.
Smake several other eme iThey let Gilechrist get his lead in the r dtlins the week. first primary purely by default.

A few Floridians, following the Neither Stockton nor his friends did
lead of Wiami Rndolph Hearst, will anythingin his behaf. Over-eonf endeavor to hold a state convention denee lost them first place in the first in Jaksonville on the l0th of this primary-over-confidenee must not month. The object is t oorg nie e ermitted todo thatin theseethe new Independent party in Fori- ond. The bulk of the Browne vote,
daand to mend delegates to nation- properly appealed to, will go to
al convention. The movement in Stockton, and Gilchrist's lead can be Fluorids is being engineered by form- easily overcome, but work is necesly United States Senatofr Wiln l to do it. r
Call. John Stockton now has arrayed SM against himThe Miami Metropolis is authority The corporation element,
for the statement that right in Dade The liquor element, and
county there are many men who vot- That other element
ad for Gilchrist, who, since learning which isinterested, chiefly in SeatorTH
and becoming convinced that he i Taliaferro's behalf, in keeping as
the candidate of the "booze" inter- many state and federal offices as posldeclared their support of John N. All of these element are actively CATARRH. CATARRi .
C. Stocton in the second rimary at world to defeat John Stockton.
And from indications this sentiment The corporation element has always Affects the 'V: vfft ah
prevails throughout the state. There been against Stockton. Since the
can, therefore, be but one result- anti-saloon issue became dominant in Stomach, I Stockton will benominatedgovernor. Florida and throughout the sooth. Kidneys, hrat, the liquor interests of Georgia, AlaGeo. W. Wiloa Passes Away hbama, Tennessee and Florida have Bowels,
George W. Wilson, presidentof the staked their last hope on this state. Pelvic _____Times-Union Publishing company, andtheyare therefore organized to Pelvic
died at his home in Jacksonville defeat any candidate that opposes Organs. ubc.
tsaday. them.
Mr. Wilson had been in failing Why are the liquor interests of
health for a number of years, and a Alabama and Georgia, one of which Caarrh Is recognized all over the civilized world as
few days before his death was con- is now dry and the other of which
fined to hisbed. Mondayhebecame will be dry on Jan. 1, next-why are a form idable disease. In the United States alone, two
semi-conscious and never rallied, they interested in Florida? Simply hundred to s d p op h catarrh nnually. n
He had been president and editor- because they look upon Florida as thousand people havecatarrh annually. In
in-chief of the Times-Union since its their last refuge from which they other countries the ratio or victims is as great.
consolidationwiththeCitizenseveral can ship their goods into the dry
yearsago. Hewas one of the best states which have driven them out. For many years Pe-ru-na has held the foremost
known public men in the state. That is why they are interested in place as a standard remedy for catarrh.
Florida, and why they want no man
Will Support D. U. Fletcher for governor who will not vetoapro- Persons objecting to liquid medicines can now purA couple of telegramesent to Hon. hibition bill should one be passedchase P -ru na table
D. U. Fletcher show where his erst- by the legislature. Thatiswhy they case Pe-ru-na tablets.
while opponents have fetched up. are fighting John Stockton.
The messages are as follows: Florida wants no weak or uncer- County Treasurer's Statement In the Second Primary Hitchock antd \r? ; r .
Tallahassee, May 26. tain manasgovernorduring the next June Ist, 1908. June 16, 19) as the champir in ?plsitl,, r Ha. D. Fleteher, Jahk a ille. four years. We want no man who Balance cash on hand May 1, For Delegates to the National Dem other--each of th-m did it a
Acceptmy congratulations. I wish does not stand flatfooted and square 1908 $13,312.15 ,ratic Convention from the Stats at Hitchcrk i t th. t i. b
you ucs in the second primary. I upon every important issue in which Amuntr O'ivedinMay, 190 _l.01 Large: High Muckamuck. But h
willstmyvoteforyou for United the peopleareinterested. Forthose Total 21,569.16 't' for the be the Hanna f the n adrrrStates Senator with much pleasure very reasons we want and need John Less warrants paid in May X MAX M. BROWN tion?
W. B 198, and warrant deliver- X A. C. CLEWIS Stockton now. ed to county commissionPensacola, May 2 It would be a public calamity for er and boarl of public in X R. H. SHACKLEFORD. East oast eat arket Hon. D. D.U.Fletcher. Jacksonvill. Stockton to be defeated at this time. stroution Coa 3 -- -k
Sincerely wish you success. Will The Journal can say this in all co Balance cas on hand June 1, Dlegte to e National. DU N, tiNT
sa] s------------ s 1908 Convetion from the Second Congres- G. F DURE.GEON?
ask my friends to support you. sisteney because it has never been a This amount is held as f- sional District:
special admirer of John Stockton. lows: vote.5r .w. Florida a The above messages will do much It has always respected him and felt deposited in Indian River X T S. DAVIS Florida an
to strengthen Mr. Fleteher's chance. State bank, as per cashier's
although they were not sent out for friendly toward him. ut ithas never certificate attached to X FftANK O. SEBRING
political purposes. It is assured that worshipped him as some of his en- monthlystatementandcash Western
bothgentlemen whohavesogallantly thusiastic frllowrs do. and eheeks in safe 15,290.7 Evidently the Republicansloolkfor
come out for theirmore suc-ful The iu no, howe-er, are so, The lances belonging to each fund Democratic victory this year, judg- Meats
rival will be found true blue and ill i by the w conre cleaned out
16th. tw-' candidates are oelearly marked fu 3,4a.3.4c the treasury before it adjourned.
.l!a h v f-el that :ill citizens who nty road and bridge fund 2,507.01 Preachers at Work for Stockton ha-v the. -ea! g.d of the state at Fine and forfeiture fund 427.11 riet w rFLh. r JUn .s LOID A
The Jacksonville Metroplis of heart should rally to the support of Special road fund Dis. No. :ci u .. O A STE .5
Monday says: Stocktln's canliniay. But we shall .3 ,I an r0.ia or h -ek i ea Tud 0 A STEW k I
TheRev. J. W. Bignham, pastorf have mec ,n the same subject here- 4 1 i... Ts
the Methodist church, w-ho last week after _57 "1
took the stump against Gilchrist,- re C Came ard food ofe17cu ie laron
turned to the city yesterday and Canning Pineapples Property of deceased ins 1'6U2re Insurance1fl2 7
after the morning services the board Th I.ra annotins t omoany. ::re Co16nty chou fund ao I
.of trustee meta 7' nty schol fund of trustee met and gave Mr. Bing- .o n en.iorn. t,.n. this s.n Special schoolfund C stte TITUSVILLE FL
ham a leave of absence until thre- n'st- ie sonn-ian-n,t of iMr. A,- aid : TIT V I LLE. F LI I iw
ond primary to eanvass the state.o, It:.
He left this morning to takeup his ton They acked, ou theamunt Total 15,2 i h, ~ k ti I represent s l t h i work, his object being to meet Frank of tomatoes that was pOcked last year ill Janompanie of the wsrl
Pope at every place he can during and are now putting ou pineapphs Notice ii h i i J business entrusted t) r it l w,
the campaign. Their last pay 'lay required over $'. Notice is hereby given that the tax ceive prompt andcarlful i i Arrangements were perfected yes- to !alnec the pay roll-Tropical Sun. lsesor will meet with the board aof icial in char terdayat another meeting to ha e t Pa Bea r.r county A.le, rr a R obbins G raham
pastors in all parts of the state, Florida, at the lers office at Ti- hrrh t
tae the stump for Stockton and one For a pre, Forida on the thdaof July t unique feature in that John Pope t a t n ie i.. ,at 2 o'ctkp.m., forthe purp-ose s.inl,'iy illc-iry di ,yctil o... if iqu feature is that John ag wlPope. sa -e .,i ti l of hearing ctmpla:nts and recevingtos- .Irll llai i lyrrn- r..- ]ic'
who likehis father. Frank Pope b sdiahl brr ij.nd m .:; nth timony as to the value of any property t hn' o it i-ri tit V-rru1h t c y. S e 1s ,1,a ,
aneloquent speaker, will prob i ot c '."ilct real or personal as fixed by the counts '" -re'a oo' niiII iedibyr ii, uunt ..eamp on the trail" of his father. [ d oh-or the difallu ,ah r" ef-t Pt ng lm fro, re rUmth] .
r bac flithfa ., sessor of taxes for the 1a d t Iea I"onpn anah Theyouner Pope yesterday llss in In hv time. of perfecting. review and quahg "il. Indian rier ct ountr i derd his services to the Stockton Thih olinim nit ntrae ir the assessment rolls for aid year. ien 11rli-o in a in l iv ,vs j1Lucie river, at New rt'cr a.,l
omuitteto debate thequctio of in T it f-a sprait rhri, re "res R. A. COXKLING., F J. I. )sa',la iS aYne ha'
thecampe g .withhm f Iltid siontheh'niersu'nularrhrheuti Chairman of Board of County Commis- m rsy snd is tIkn i .t ly.. Bi yn a the campaign wy rtin towte delihted wit tyhe ioers Brevard County, Florida. i't', nrt uan ,'I ith b.d and n-to. tntto-. verylikely that JohnPope' series ne i hich it st P,.c ir hrl (Attest) ,f t 1, 1... PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMESti t i.ii
will be *epted, and father a-d son' i itr asscy. A. A. SEWATe tthernntin ta SITE IM aegA.ed sson sTied Clerk t -'i..'iidinwi in-i dia esinte isus together may WANTE,-oues nd asso.. d.. ap Clr f Ciruit Court and Clrk boc. in at niitit-e
develop into one of the sensatons o n kind.y qntity a.yrhem: we py Boud of County Comsiine. So So dovTNsa pi, si, itt. n'
t- h s fcirhohlll ON sAofct. Rihmond.V. By A. Stewart, Deputy. Taet lall's 'fily Pill for Lnitis ti,,t I'ITt'Vi.t. il I i

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In the Primary June 16, 1908

Born on a Farm, Raised on a Farm

Hard work has been prime cause of any success I have attained


Any charges which mean that my heart may not be with the people and my purposes may not be to serve them rather than some special interest, you will understand are false and made for political effect only. Such charges or insinuations may be supplemented by others at the last moment, and I warn you against them.
I made no charges whatever against any of my opponents nor any uncomplimentary reference to any of them in my literature or on the stump, until Governor Broward came into the race and proceeded to print and distribute hii booklet
in which he attacked each one of his opponents, Messrs. Beard, Lamar and myself.
I have replied to those attacks in as mild and dignified a manner as circumstances would permit. You are referred to that reply.
It must be disappointing to my opponent that with the aid of the administration machine, backed by administration influence and pressure, with convict, jail
and food inspectors, detectives, employees of various kinds, and wire pulling facilities of every nature assisting, extending into every county in Florida, he could
only lead in the first primary by a small plurality vote over a man never before a candidate for state office who has made his own fight, single handed and alone.
This is because I am with the people in this fight and against political machines
and factional government,' against trading and dickering in state affairs, playing politics with important state matters, neglecting official duties and seeking office
contrary to the spirit of the constitution.
I believe in the judgment and conscience of the people, and that they will be
guided by truth, and that truth will triumph. Having this faith, I submit their
.. cause to them with absolute confidence of a sweeping victory.

I ask every FLETCHER IAN to be ACTIYVE and YIGILANT until the votes are counted on the night of

June 16th. We are sure to win. DUNCAN U. FLETCHER

A Thrilling Escape. The P. and O. Contract Iwanted to obtain Ms.sey's ll name i
(St: Petershmr lhaepent.) (Tampa Tribune.) In order that he (8mth) might hav V O TE FO R
Mr. and Mr. Wm. T. Keener live Within the next ten draysthe con re t stt e mith became
Sla sarota. everal days ago Mrs. tract for carrying the mail betwe ren t It eems i hat Smith became
Keeaer, with her little girl, Elmer, Tamp and Havana and Key West angry b premsea dis R O Y A L ter D U N N
sUtrted to walk across a railroad wll be let to the Penlowlolr and Oei- pls his premises day after- O Y A L D U N N
bridge, which extends aeress the bay dental Steamship Co, the same n e. Smise im to have killrri ed a Wihe
at 8araota. The bridge Is a nar- pany that has the contract at present a make. Smith carried a WincFOhe
ro wooden structure which allows While this information 1s not oeial tee rese. atte seemed at to FO
esossab for ato only to pas. it to accurate, ad those is a p hvit se bee. atteb, semed, ateo
bititt Is freently used by pedestri- here to know do not deny it. to have bee amicably settled, Railroad Com m issioner
am who wish to go down to the Wh the P. a company mad assey appeared aggrieved that Smith
Slock. Mrs. wse er and the little its bid several months ago it was de- m
i girl were crolag the bridge on their lined on the grounds that it was el- tr, where. it is sid. Smith reach
way to the deki, when the child said. orbitnt, and other bids were adver- ed the for the rile d M
I hear the ta" sad o looking baci sed for. Another bid was put in sey shot three times, all shots taking He LED nearest oppothe mother mw the train hearig by the P. & 0. rempany, asd this too effect
t o them she de declared e.obitant. The a. Massey is employed on the Ball nent by4,772 votes in first swifthe chld to e ide hoping therenouncement that the contract will be I farm as assistant foreman and is
wothe chld to oom e the trahopin there awarded t this omnc will. there known to be a peaceably Inclined cit- primary, and secured a
withold be room or them; baint the ore a ocopae. lizen. Soith is said to be a dager
without pajued It he bd aiWs W the prtest was made by the ousma cl is alleged to have killed majority or plurality in them with tremendous force,. and the Tampa board of trade gai the T W E N T Y-T H R E E
womans knowing that it meant death trasfeg the mail service Steel Cistern in Key West
to remains on the bridge. snatched her Tampa by way o Kiht' Key thei SteelCisterni KeyeWes counties.
child ain her arms sad Jumped itr idea that the government had any A huge steel cistern, having a cashe water of the bay beneath. chos- sch idea was hooted at. It was cit- parity of 2000.00 gallons. has been ining between two methods of what e at that time that the officials could stalled at the naval station at Key HasbeenSECRETARY
seemed certain death either case not afford to send the mail by way of West. This tank increases the storIt happened, however, that Mr. Knights Key and leave Tampa out. age capacity at this station to 1.200, of the Railroad CommisSstanding r and saw ressman Sparkman was one of l gallons. Rain water sells in KY tKe n wa Iad mmeh too was those who believed that there was no West at 1 cent a gallon. sion forSIX YEARS, and is the water ..srinswmifa y t eais for appeang to the psIO CE is familiar with the work
secod time as they rose to the sur- The letting of the Contat to IN THE 1 IR iIT (IOURT IN AND FOR of the office.
face of the water. He reached his P. & Steamshilp Co.. means that BREAhD OItUNTY. FULi ,.O o
wife time sad wooas able to bring the mail will go through Tampa as it IN CHANERY
both the another and child safely t, formerly has. and for the next four Royal J. Whitoy. Cvoplaiont, vs. Mathiu
here years, at least this clty will Ive the Sulo. C.,d F- -d hr I"I F A YO R
After what seams an almost mlraea, regular three time a week service be- ILfaytte Hoyt hFriese Dtrelnte
ous esae pe two are now safe ia tween Tampa and Havana N osesoC,, No-Reors Drnses
their h They are a brsed A T.hady Nar y. r ad hisa.., 1. Only reasonable rates, railroad and express, conand the extemel l s se seere ft Hyt ri. rodl
b t n a s es ma e expect. A special to the Pensacoa Journal VOu ARE HEREBY REQUIRED TO AP- sistent with good service, good wages, and fair under date of Wednesday last. says pear to the Bill of (oruplai filed herri ""aga yn in, th alove etitld U interest on an honest investment. Early yesterday morning T. R "othe thi day At. i. ma. interest on an honest investment. H. R Heltman shipped from the Mc- Smith, a farmer living fie miles THe FLostA STA is herby deignaed o of oe, was shut an eWr r in which his oter hall e regor farm ear mrt Myers, two south of Quincy, was shot and per-p lish .... f righ r 2. Good service and good tracks.
ship at of Tardif oranges which haps fatally wounded by a man nam-w md d f s th
Iitsess my hand ad &o this 5th
sold Is Now Tek for $150 per b ed Masey. day of June. A. D. I"e.
The e is the s The difilty Was the result of al n A. A. STEWART 3. Working with Interstate Commerce Commission
Me M" hi o oe o[the l- The dil~ly w the wre a iut C.or Clerk 0it Count
eat the st and the fruit is of ex- Smiths going to the field where Ma Cii Cou A O irt. DcC. for fair rates on shipments into and out of State.
ov a e quaSt sey was at work. Smith says h D. L iGulden. Complainants Soliitor.

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population of the several tates. On wth having been an cenmory to the elector at the primaries, prohibiting Indede Wa Ii this plan Penicrlvanls would are fact of the kilUig of Andrew Helge- ale of mineral land before 1915 and (St. Petentir sIndttopm i fterniAontore. let. wbho bodr wan d Pp O the Jury trials in supreme court cotempt Keep out of Mat Th New Mltia Law. urder ftar. as melon patch in Goose lake Ml Both rach have ped the Dick Another Prohibition State. is given wthout charge bill for a reorealation of the state Loolicial returns of the election I Sunday A. Ilarrer who i dn mhl. It glve the preaklent authorI- L...J North Carolina. May 2 L Indicated a Ity to call out the grd to the number majority of from 00 to 600000 for in Goose Lake, a lg about the of 130,000. armed, equipped and disel. P. R. Open N Shot Cut the prohibition works when he stirred up two large plined lb harmony with the regular The nw double track freight line or the no i h -u labar.rey wos te army. This Important item was rush- from Plttsburg to Trenton. N. J, was tre or ale of ing albur ,thn tyerltay his auditors
ed through the bouse, iing anAnnual declared open and in operation May ;lo otolhc bever- thought bl. -le 1h11in a pIint or Over a Billion Dollars Spent by appropriation of 2.000.000 for the '5 by the Pensylvania railroad oln- e ar .tan two J. out thr lenth
OvraBlinDl S equipment of the militia and $2.000.000 clais who also aid the line would be 1. I.alA This re This n, K 1, wh ha
the First Session of the Six- ,uore for Its general support. It also soon extended to the seashore tult i the out IO iorn i
tieth Congress -Compromise reat a bran of t e mlt thJune 1 "Employment Day." O o .
Brpaks Currency Deadlock. oiderntlme The addutrity o the The executive committee of the Na- an t
Candidates on Rdcord For ."" .,o t n r, u. t L th e0th m St. Louis a to manufacturers e re the .erl;t.t in or not of the snd Aommeril ooeros to too
Publicity of Campaign Cntr- o concerted effort to resume operations
butions-Big Stick Raised Paper Trut Committee Split. on June 1 eo as to give work to the aided in.
Against New Haven Railway u, o h i.....,,, ii bi bi' n I.unr. ploR. o .......
Monopoly-Hearst Gains as ,luirigl liut. ie ohrre or nloli,,ly Preideot uon o the Clerelnd I n the labor thib
d trtnitnit the trinr paper "M"3uilielpal Tracion umpany annouun- Gov,, rnor Gln ote Mt of II;I Recount Begins--Com Corner ist a.. iido e reprt 3y.e that 1 the motormen and conductor the o.,,y twns went dry Gnl Ibu i i
Bulls Market-Central Ameri- the molrity opl nog al a iri a- on strike had voted almost unanimous- cons oat ,f the Iray with flying oeI .
n Peace Court p at thi 1 u ln tIa a inolritY ly against ubmltting their rights to ors. while the lin-se forces ne mi t
n PeacCourt In Oeration. I nIt t- seniority of re-emp.lyment to an arbl- rated to, New York for their net ,t
England Welcomes Fallieres. ,eu hi. reang the tar on In tation tribunal. Therefore It had been t ,.le ,,, i,.I: i Iand Iint olp r The ; jorii a decided to glte ho or ruoon to those Bryan and Taft For Publicity. n tbef fo.nd In eridc e of ,-o hon; i on who continued to work during I -retafy 'ra ft g:ltl a leer a i, I I CONGRESSIONAL io to retant or trade. lid the strike. Polh Chief IKohler assert- he Itl itineidt fro J, ttI t Mr Matt H .
entered largely into th adilrlo v n Io ed that he ad lined confessions a reply WIt i:ry n :d a: Iln lit i Ia Most Expansiveo y tha00 valt o t om two strikers telling of the dyna. "I Ig to slgl-gt that as leading lu o t 'll l.
PuliaShmry bt apipronuately ac tariff would reslt T n tile detr ion miting of cars and saying that they didates it our respltetive parties w alligatr
eate atement made by both o art f the foe. d t o r got the dynamite at strike headquar- oin in congress to pass a bill the houeme a few day he p the llres atd hismnlgher ls of tlr pe- ter. Offeers of the car mtens union requiring lublication of ral.paig cn A Twentyyer Sentence
t eer mills and higher pres it alpr denioted any knowleidge of tbe alleged triltotins prior to election. If ou
fore djourment show that the pat instead of lower. t the otiwr dnol. ionfrains or the na making them. think ltrt we on ask other oantli t lIvi Itgii i ';
the econd breaki te trit engendered th olt ti n Textile Mills Resume. dates to uite A Ith us in that reluest" wll, i i
r t session of the dos areol;nt for all of tOe ndartn-e Io The weeh bas hown a marked in To th Taft replied by qaoltiug i let lost cgeonrs h rive f p:pr. create In the volume of buying anl ter ho had written to senator Br$100.00000. Te to- selling in eastern ride. and the ir- rows on AprlI 30 urging the passage i, the .tal of appropria mene textile plant of the Dibsons in of the lnding publicity b I. lie adds Store tBon for the next LEGAL-CRIMINAL Philadelphia has started up for the that sine t he be has pt; Aicly advo Aecal yearwill reach LIrst time since last fall. (Orders in the rated sllch a low Forced Out the stupendous fig- arpeI. plush ,nd rlet departments htI Mr : I- :
Oil Trust B .. .. ., r f ........ .... .. .
Ire ofm. 0 10 fOie f S npeial t tee Ferris in the ie n,, o n. SfCI TENTIFIC T, I
atreinatita- 000. In a eUr rIw etstotew York.
Burton. peeeb Burton of new etstoo hose at New York. May
Ohio. a strong administration man. 2 te hearing of the governmnt sT h Wre" dmit Negre. g
Ste a s fr h bi I lt to di-nle the tlaard Go c..... Tb annual..ou... ... .. f th ..... MeDtnl H W..... .......... ........
erltl d the enate for this big d Dr. S. 1eir Mitchell in a pawr mrad
e expediture and urged the Iny was rumd with Lawyer Ke] ud t in the before e meeting of th Ar Sore N
houe to cal halt on the usurpation tog rrepleenting the government nod isoni deto alkw nearn e.o rotor hetia n Ne a ., r uth
of r se by ot yielding it Rosenthf eain og ation Th tin was ake associatiousaidta ti dI str. o
when appipprotaflon were a elied in t eo In e ttio n organiO l. th i Itli s taken 1 ,
bet hen e fb rt th le 1ath Sdy C. tenlbrenner of the Galena In te hope of preelltin te s o
elat spoke in similar vein. but another mpany roug t te a was that itsader ra
DeocantL Fitzgerald of Ne w Yr slin olld to the rail Kna C F t imd no tor
a id It w as Idle to lay the blame e on w a. quoted to the I'r us ylvan i at A K an s Calling For H elp. m u h. but admi tted llitel 'd I I '
e when the bome had the much lower rate than to other lines Free Employluent Agent Gerow of hat iui tollil
poesr to reject Ay and ill t. he Sdd6- 1. .te Standard admitteed that tn TIlpieka. hall.. has Already Ig n. ad- tho gr t o u 2 IL,
tios if it usw At He reminded the ~ome r ua It sold the lubrlant at a -vertiing for mn and teams to assist physicians In cse ortp that it would be held lo bt Kellog found this was eoun in the coming grain bharest. t11e rl of ineraou r ta lpoabte terbalaneed by the higher rates for ".iUDW men tan I.1. teams The de eroedh barged to other road. The witness harvest is p rted to twln in the Dr W. Mill im to i W .ityr C1ino to te had a rage Idea that the losing n- s southern belt ant June 15 Farm- th rest care and ridiculed lhristan
'lie lkla motion to spend teract wee in return for the adverts er will pay $4 anld 5 a day for man Qi,.e 'a a 1ortr eo lain of I Q a
p Ua i der the cl a of the rate Ing advantage of having the lubricant and team ner ,, m p anI e e o
law pitg railroad from onin In tuse but be denied that there was World's Biggest Clock Start.. Viper Venom Supply Renwed.
thesr i of pth Fab ied tlook r tarted on top of the s To sla;tiSl te wrld's lLU S e n ri renie il t wor d's .1uni r.
the nae tere the preene to 23 Hearnt Gains In RenEoou factor of og p Jh Co. In Jersey City bianttl *uon pli of tIe holepatbtl,

e it ws gne rl i t hatpp Jn bert tn the New Tn h last wree Is believed to e the r ediir lr on oo o t the t The e lty supreme rourt hring oerruled .lo-k ill the world. It is thrty-cight oaneheod ritor ot Bellril most deadly "i,- Ii ,
ohe ose n e nt e ope rle the otjetionl of Mayor McCltelan ftet across ils dial. and th orechonim of saIltn er r! I n iuno of k m rrd klore the rate ao r'id the are. mark Iloe ek p o aWn no i r areeb Tslstould a e oe the resent Tt of the lst maonl a and otind. the rtste supl an e Yorkf. o Aith the siDIEASE o the S1ar from f rter ti body-a i otes. rueeral of the tollot boxe were is twenty feet long and it en d trsprt tur i me f t I e ihrot r ia io e ha rl
t rodutor l I rourt and the tlontl n of twent-fo es on eve pray mlaute A rl ufOrLti e diiratlee.hl o r et nratytistes r SAlteiorh-Voend reari i w e atolit Tt bheg Encb ballot night tbe tnodt are outlined wiatb in- aoi ligi t1r ins ii- r oat an be ml ther It wn rental believed that atnoithed oton bye the topiag ton- n resent ilers. red ligt, anrkLn of o tlocehsd reF erlly Il.rtond from T these o tamd mate wera oples l. and if they rould tonl ore on the each eoknl oand white for ns at il. Is i; i InEtla.% This ne.w ..RlBpy Is
dlocd an the character the cr- m it wa at one referred to the Ole mark. Iald it i- the it to be obtained in0- i popular armed nr faI to
nepty bill to e pumed all the tWin- jdge Thi eueuol In i boln for ileadt I Hltg. A German aeet. ot. B~ nt rur h

Aldr e ch to rort t eoo mh ba A a a In th. New H-ve suit I,,"ot ahl~e In Bravli eighty yearamg, H eddache Biliousness

an anabodtle pre of the Vreeland President utU Tre ofthr rton nd I haond obto tin the tst ply froh ore d LL DISEASES risnng trom ad Ald"leb bhu Thin wa done. and Maorne aptd rnvle of the g oer- Johnso le the South. of the ken: s. In a greatly rdle orpidLiver and d Digestion
two boon te the report c ad the met' mir in the ult brought i or or Johon of Mineota con- onrm the sotlate is lred In th The natural a i ood pp
ne iI ha pred that hody-165 to Attorney General Bomaprte to peventl tinnled bLs jourorney lte the olh. be- ttelt ot iphtheria. inmnity and ad4fleh. Dit oal a gn 10. Fpurteen epublnon coat their the merging of his toman ra wi tht itn the pglin of erill Alabola eral trtos dise.. Tb torl nl ortd.n nyto u.
Swith the old mnority agaiot of the New York. Newa laven and towns. delivering an address at the uptply Is lepsl tso laol 111 )5ec ,tke No Substitute.
Sop e tglardeg It a woro e rtford. This action of the federal enoPoeeement oermis o the State It Is diluted l sigr. salt aod util
nt etyr of the original bills The Athortl esmeosa surp lt o uniet. E- erywherc e o he a- The pr f o t i,
of the fompromiane wao the ai- ahs had outed on the known per- elvd nith l-UCb ror as a pptorib wIth no lille duger. ais to suno,.UBRIBE iU THE
lowane of about SO per cent of the all relations hetwen reI'r lent ror th preside to t hobld io the hnt of -t,. LORA M
propaed cur. cy oder the Aldrich lia o elt anld he New Ian bead. Wright nto sm d Tzlft It .s rIh ine d t t- .niLO A IM[S-UNION
pio and ) per cet under the ree Meileu. to prevent Interrtnt. The W iuo sa tIilig of the reort e ea Sate Paper
principe ao re at bn T s m e to l b illfI o n r
land pins through cearin hoallo a owrl cir teille at Wnshbion t1, the ol ofr o the ar prtflolo ti I lt r
elnat ilroad bond are again in ofti't Ito1 w totparte stfo antntt INe t tot LHelnhis. Tnt r ,f n.
troduced a so-era for the new curre ol the tlotha o tilt. irlot utndr Tn t rteooto n a t Ito nteti
cy. oad ianoial .. in tkIk lhrl t ti lt h1d t.4tt-ntmldtttt Iho V6-t-hi tt htio t tlthi h rih the to ,, Ii[I -i -,, t, f 1n 1 the StnI.WrI 1 TImes.Lntn doJ
money renters will Lbe allo, l tu i st u.i fi r t r, butt i g i 0 o wo I a lu ti i n r 00 r h l 0 f a doil Fruity b utr or r.
sno h oIndo si to their cpital ain t t ten ied t hat h bu .too nte fvorle o to the i n t
urpsats. while Hn bank Inolt ult mrr to t: ll li dl onitl to h ite iln- ortilt bI te'l rs oe fit tI sootnp.ig E)UCATION toitaIn fac n .
than 30 Per let of lIe eapitl inl eur- I IrlI it the lmir- l atfiri o ni oki the e t. 'i i I rrn .is lo -I,
pies on romierel a e t o ott r-rhue and Prir to h,, n f h UIie.sI..y Dt c aproe Ba den FtallughTtn-Uolidngeu n sii.
big hoank ar to deal directly with ion t l 1ti t- l riit-i oa s re 'Iit-i ll u a
the Itro tr y. wh cte- Is,. red oli .u hl iO hlt, t in tt- G otlp er t Atto s o C nnon. i .
oue notes to the r o tt Indots aro. i l.t thre it om i th o r t llt iomfr o-,r Soto r 1uttto to_ h case _- hny.ea
The bill eoetalto, l. p ntiliot tor a Eoely Thaw Proided For. tt ,F. i ni t =, tt i
pAnul eonsttg o seto rs frotom aY L -nat-meI th hvin o has-t to rl, a it Ott kt a gradt ar he sta hi r w ha fr
tcb bhob. Olltnwiio, I ih the o l, to i lt llotl Harr I K Th \f I- H EA
ate tas ntiipaten l from the won tril o-i n a flln 2wI 3 t!::it he re itor n h t: I i f k RIA
.la trom La Foette t ad it few of Alt l iiran ei thtreet 0e as rIbitre couoe nrt thir bl se rIlr.- c
ReotL!irnou.s The Dtuorats regao alhriP rh froem ahl catea- hconeaut hion ofen a lresintti Thr is no nrpf a.
it a s on et o r cred it hb ns k lo lu re an d l A tn t F o r th e nle::t, : :-. i: -, r "e 0 I1
-impe. which the arm opposed to on [i ier of this decision and the dect- l l t, I,. ',.-Ne~op ..tto. arriedal at by Thaw mother .1 t iho. hit tt. ,li ..
Againt Populr Sinoten. ahIo w ho wife $1.00) the to II t Oh< if l, as a ba:iiS
S Son tor Owen of klhtbota gave th fitr t ihitl t hor suit for anlt eot Iet Hamphir. Uninttruted I.... .. I . Cilin C cholera an d
wanate A evlD-e to shw it. atllotde Ii t -s filr E-ri tln t- ltof N, its[ ,- tl hat h ha ori,. u
oua th smewbat delicate qclfution 1 in t 1h i s broausbt iltir in .: nintiol ;ii (',nrt iltdi. ll- in- ,F:i l... .. sw .d .. tot .a .... r tI.. hs.. dos. to.............. .. ory Ift ..... : .... .. .. ........ 1: D r r niarrhoea Com edy
0.on provlding for the poptllar election \.n drel. he e sold that she fClt a utO ,1" d-,ttt' lloribhe tI tIle Ne- 1- tot i ,e ,'nor aut
of aoaloro. H1i )ollt r-soJltin t Io t Ierl- dluty to interrpose to o Itacles i 'r r c l oe ,t l t" to thise n-nl- I t t. t ne r s d
that effect wann pigeronoled in the com- tiat light delay the ultimtell frrrldo N- Oklahoma T- L... f,,. b'erofr tidu de fs 1te o, rotd cp it, I, t, a
mittee on prvesea nod elections by a of her buhtud Prior to ihe adjournmernt of the Ilk- trtot. to io bethat Lr faoeghl 011 dogaoss cas It s e
vote of 33 to 20. Owen aid that the Ray Lanmphere Indicted. lhlabit eglIature tOotlrt,,t Ilaskli 1ih:z do-o- I;- to the famil n sI bie for chiditrt nod iInl e .
loglature of twenty-seve states had The grand jury at Laporte- lnd.. bas signed seeral rdlial tla bills. one that lnl ptne-lct- i o o marriage had r0 lavang ohe Itvc f ma: hi.
p tkMd coune to favor this pln. boUght three indictments hiring I ut1 a 05t o0 all income or $ .ll b o r lo b-n nI 10 10ed to oss e yIs.
and he ad the enatrt from thoae Ita, Lamphere with having set Ore to d noee make, geAduot t,, Tho r sbt n,-.o hia -i-w that r s inthc wldhitornoymd we
stat. to oin ut. nat few ol hUe ome of drn. Gunness on the ,u laInd holdings ov er cl :alnil t h. 1 me wir troe feater Le. I
did a. Pmresse Of P~eonoyt m t- morning of AprO 3 after having m-ar inherit a.c tat Other lew in s the te .iols o spiritual and Lirtel- PRICE I k.
a I andua .~O t Inbp dered her and her three children, a prothibt ornhages by pulirE SIZE 5 eie
W ha ti e a-ata aoegdag t ompaulee0 ouOlaiion of prestleal CotiUd o pae


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CAR O PIN M ATTACHuE. oDeah a Japanes Weemn as Wdi as MM
The Tis.Uni o Thay -j:V Ao fuLhu Mmrwas b"
Kn .. iotast T whe rtn de ath of a native Jfm

New Yaftimaso, isys: whim Mr. Kro umesimfo --ccub"ed
The Stewart Fruit Cto a sed of typhoMd fer yesterday se mid,
Shoring at the Ds antarium ea1ragn sad le- -as m1 o ln* 1ahsey. vW
h s trae a oneti e M i cr. cWr came to America in efeD
B to their obPatis was lcoelled to 19 *em hs home la Tolof. He eo-
S1 from his home In Taklo. He e- -.
take rather drastic action a car tc fo pout cof d
tered Tale colege or a post graduate or nh I
o! pines which arrived at Bolton Mom- aonee. Whey tOe Jamestown expaul- Kne troe-A he
S-eour& e. When the Jamestown expos- .dtrou hle him
day. .C bMc ,m so I n b
S- timea..m wb t toma tit o pned his services were enag ed t
for the Japanese exhibit. He re a ch e to be baor
market was not In a ood shapes wa a fhl d ,. e a to b ham s
maintaed at the exposition until Its eslited wtb weeak kId
aht meat, but foreee ing u- soima bt uth e" o uw t s-
d .cl and came ton e Jackso vlle asys. UIs child in-
se a in that imne, the Stewart e eveM too oa e an, If the
Ca. contracted to purchase 2 cars .. enl moths age wit the Japanes a a the Sme i wea t he chd
to ato te tye coce colony to participate in the Florida eh m m a age wne it should e *" to
Mid-Winter Exposition. control the pas ege, t Is yet aUtd with
*Isto make public Tie tomato 0oes M to M tee Ppb l t --At deen 1 t = d
wre ld to the 8 art Frt b at He was 28 years old. He was ab durn-s dm did. lA cams of
wer od to the Stewart Frolt Co at tn atie is kidney tre a td the app td
a price which has not been given I. and attained that happy sep be toa t raet
t t faculty of making friends wherever these lmporint eoam. This u.plessan
St the spper was he may be. He has no relatives in aImbisd t aimed Mit fthe
p for his paes. The plnes were kideys ad blad er and not nt a bnbit as
about to come Nortlr tithe market t t s his death came in t pl

o te 2et trymen, who provided every comfort erabe wth kideAy and ladder trouble,
send the carselewere for him drg his fr weeks of I both e aM gre.t .
to Stewart at te price con traced, him durThe his fmr d ad of as
.1a9 tiMO O went esewhlee! 1 car 1110111111.SNmo Reoei It is sd
Is bp edto have reached the rm His body has been prepared for ship by ini mby-y
of it b & C, S A-t t Mevent -s t meat by Charles A. Clark, and will be c a -a dollr -
Sd at. csib & Co. At all eveta t hey sa. m Ye may have ab
oe to sest to'wton, D. C., fr crema- m bot tl M
Sad Seetary Thmomp o of thalt aon- tion. The ashes will be sent to htia ree. .mpampett a iMt
Parents I n far-of Japan. tg ar about i. admiG any of the
ara decla wres his coma ny lt 150 .a S n. .
-o- -s-5so ftosinamiItlettesried a

woal have been realized had the to- He What B e deed &Co.. a gb- -ab N. Y., sb e ad
Smatoes been shipped. At ar events "Nie yeas aga it looked a if my time nmth ts; q.
is his side of the story, and,to d mie." a Mr. C. arthimg, Of Mill Dua't make ay = .. but remember
tl s id de the t, toeCeek, Ind. Ter. I wass rna down that life t name, Sw renat, Dr. Kibmer's wa
Osek it up, the Stewart Fruit Co. M.c hLwag e sl r three. It was thea e, a e n ead m. 1 mms N.Yq
Satteached the car of paies to sat- t mydra peli mme ye Electrielit- e every b aUle
ters I ogt a battleand ge wlhat I needed
iafy the claim of $0 beld against -aoreathbs .ladoe fas i the
te shipper as a result of his faare Ee Birers 3 pt it back e the rf asi CANAL CAMPAIGN BY WOMEN.
and Pve bees well ever since Sold under
r to seed the tomatoes which the 8tew- p artee at anMer Drg 8 tore. m
arts claim were due them. The car A stsa Will aek From a Boat
Swill be sold under atterbmunt and Notic Canlbt ampigenig is one of the
then the sheriff may have trouble to Canaloat cmpaignng isoue f
tm the serl may he t e to To Members of India River Chmp No. 47. teatres of suffrage work announced
dtrmiae about themoney.A law- Their Sees and Daihtes at the newsuffragist campaign bead-

a iftoe mme th e exei ptD ae comm ittee ona
sultaIs expected as a result, but the I am in of a communications quarters opened recently In New York
Stewart Frunt Co. ocals claim te from the ex tve committee of the city. The headquarters have been es-
have docamentary e dence su cent Arlington Confederate Monument a- tabised by the Equalty League o
to leave no doubt as to what the out- sciation am to yo indvadS, Self lpporting Women, which is about
come ofate ei end to all eme mbers of the U. C. to undertake suffrage plans which Mrs.
Sc e o the cae will be. V. for the sum of 50 cents each, for Larriet Stanton Blatch. the president
1 F i P theer nhe purpose of eatti a suitable imn- oudWnet
Init to tehe =c6 def tP soldiers A canalboat trip will be made by the
(Tampa Times) who are resting in a beautiful pot of ae workers after the trolley sof-
The visit to Tampa Saturday of G. omnow known a the CAfdeate rage a n The worker
section of the Natioaml e t A- fre campaign is over. The workers
W. Chisholm of Charleston, S. C, and Iich is in tht of w wi travel froms Albany throughout tlhe
Charles 8. Bryan, a well known New ton city. If those wis gto contribute length of the Erie canal and will take
York capitalist, s of more than ordi- will send cata;bat. to me, at Titus- their summer vacations I this way.
nry importance as t mans the e ville, I will see that it et into the Suffrage banners will wave from the
tarli.himentaIn th e environs f the er hadspromptly. committee canalboat, and the passengers will
tb ehment l the envi rs of the i eted that the cnta;bul on from speak at towns along the route.
dity at a very near date of another amp be set in one check. In New York city the assembly dis
dustry to be added to the many q from the long paragraph triets ae to be organic, a woman
.. ..... o eof the committee s letter:
which have their eyes fixed o thisf radeswe am al tw olnd. Capta Ien every district to approa
city a a favorable field for the exten- Death will oon diolve the ast of our the candidate for senators and asse-
stn of their operations. c ap What a happy thing it would blymen to ask if they will parent the
Mr. Chisholm Is the president of the i eah camp before it goes shall subject woman suffrage to he peo-
...ero .Mn cop ay have in its meeting pae the picture of pie and if they are in favor of woman
Grmotet Manufacturing company a mienoent at Arington t our ded, sulfrage In municipal afaia. The
which has been operating a large fer complete and worthy to stand in the headquarters will be open daily from
tilizer plant in Charleston, 8. C., the home of Lee. Re petfl, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m., and there will be a
paid in capital of which has been re Commander Indian River Camp No. 47, woman's parliament under Helen K.
gently increased to 82,000 00. U. C. V. dian er o oy on the second and fourth Tues-
Recently the company has purchase days at 8 o'lock. The Equality league
wesdes are aniltn aath the or an-
ed big sites In both Atlanta ad Mont- PLNT YACHT FINEST AFLOAT awith the organ-
gomery and has made a a ngu acn tsa
for the erection of mammoth plants at Equipment and Decoation of the Yo "Riley In the Box. *
both of these places in addition to the lantha Carried Out on a Scal of "Casey at the Bat" must now take a
Charleston concern. and after looking RIoyal Magni c. back seat. for that popular verse has
oCh arleston concern, and after looking y M gls t c s been superseded by "Riley In the Box."
over the fa in Tampa yesterday Commodore Morton F. Plant's new There's been a lot of smoking' over Casey
both gentlemen decided to establish 3,000 ton yacht, the Yolanth., hasm r bhi bat
celved her finishing touches In the An' how he didn't hit the ball an' other
yet another plant In this city. Firth of Fourth and after Cowes week gu like that.
With this end an view they author- will sail for New York. from which ther at ae meart or weed hi fame
Iaed the purchase of from twenty to point the o ner with a party of friends But what's the good of cracklna' p the

an order for the necessary machinery. The Yolantha carries a crew of eighty d beard about this Case au the way
stating that they saw no reason why men. including on expert operator of he smashed them out
why the plant should not be omptet- the Marconi ompany. It has :n else rd beard about ha spoeta' Just to draw
-d and actually in operation within erc iaundly and every mod,.rn eos- 8o when we tackled Casey's team ye may
hi 'eho ine.uhu'e round in the mtst ottly man- be sure 1 tried
a period of ninety days. lous and hotels. The accommodations To put a dent in Casey's fame a' pune-
Mr. ChtMshoim. before leaving the for gustsi are such that each has a ture Caser's pride.
-ity. stated that he expected to do a clpl'ete suite of raoms, including a For those of ye who seen the game it's
arguee amount of business with Cuba t-)rei;iu room. sitting room and t-'th. easy to recall
nd that the whole of these shipments Troughot the veel th ventilatin T hat thed C asey hit the ball.e
would be made by vessels sailing cli- eml'i;:.aent Is est-ially coluplote. i- Twas In t!;e nint'. wid bases full. that
,blo and atlre deck all the fresh air Casey came to bat.
et from Tampa to Cuban ports. that ould prIsthly i retired is up An'. Lordy. how the blechers cheered
He further :ildel that the saving lieI. by tueaty-two elehtr,-ally driven when on his hands he spat!
in fertilizer to the farmers of this Sirx.-o fans. These are built on the I doubled up an' then unlkinked an' let
State by the establishment of this fer- prin-iple of a steamu turbine. and. a.!- the horsehide ly.
"That's not mr stylee" aid Casey as he
tiizer plant in Tampa could not fai .hou.ha t!je h;rgtst of the fans is only let the ball whiz by.
to be considerable. as under the press twet1ty lno-ths in diameter, they pro- "Strolke wan!" the umpire shouted, an' I
**nt arrangements the phosphate, dutte an eonrnoa:s o:tlput oif air. In But ought there'd be a aiht.d: "Be
which is mined in Florida has to ,el .ig thi, eluipment the mm luset. hd He. right "
dore of the New York Ya~cht club has
shipped to other limits and then r~- fo!lowv-l the ex;mluaple of the build-rI As'in I shot a screamer, an' it whistled
turned. making a double rate of of tln-arly all I!:e new hipm of trans- O 'er the- haed strike at it. he
freight before it is in a suitable con- atlanltic c-tcani,::tles. otl which turi;,ne thought a bit too late.

edition for use by the farmers and fruit f:a ns re now ised :.ltsrit lto the exiln- 'Stroike ts:h'" t.he umpire bellowed. but
growers of this section. siont of every other tyI.e. tI he b. tsd ar idn shout.
looked ;.x 4':isey'. an' I saw his amile
In addition to being the president Not onily is tihe Ya:lanuthla e.;ippeel as !v,,, o i
T^for fnmfort: it is a|so luxuriously
of the Germofest Manufacturing Com- furonifhe. r i:it t hatls just pur- braced mrniif an sent a.n in me pee-
turailsh"d. Mr. I'iPant has Javtt pur- Ibae nkl as ni P
pany, Mr. Chisholm is also the presi- ChaI:v' three l, c-elain panels at a cost -" (-er, ug ld all 1Is might an"
dent and treasurer of the Tilgham of $.-.<(ts to gvar finishingg touch" miss,-1 I by a mile.
Phosphate company of Bowling Green. to the decomntion of the principal N,> matter w:a::t the poetry a ys of ct 'ae
at 1tLe bat.
with a paid up capital of $1.000.000, saloon. Ou their trip around the world That atas et.i .:y it happened, ye ca,
which has a plant at that place val- Mr. I'lant's guests will enjoy as many bet your coin on that.
ned at $4.0atM0 and is also conducting luxuries as do travelers on the newest The bands were plain' so:nwnere. U::
transatlantic liners. if not more. .
extends' .- mining operations at Fort transatltic" liners if not ore. *twas not in Casey's town.
They serenaded Riley. He's the man who
Meade. Poor Xilk put him down.
An' so akiddoo for Casey's fame. 111
A healthy man is a king in his wn is often thought to be riespinibhl for anl in- number' twenty-three.
am unhealthy man is an nlhappy .lave. iur- fant's hlos in weight or gtuesal poor health. "Twas Riley was the hero-Pitcher Raey.
daec Bked Bitters build up sound health- The cau*e usually is that the child has worms. do.nt e *oe?
keqe you welL They get the nourishment in the food and the -John I" Rnobine l :% Phttadelphia Rec-
OA MlI Z A Lo a aby starmves. actually starves. White's nrtd
It61u imAmp slawei CreamVerifune expelsthe worms and mr- Acidents willhappen, but theest re-n-
isesthe child, sure and safe. Price 5 cents. lated families keep Dr. Thomas' Electric (hil
Sold by Titusville Pharmary and Banner for such emergencies It subdue; the Pain
r Drug Store. and heals the harts.

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luqdie at TaE SraR office
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Mr rnd Mrm H. Watto
tm, wwo in town Wedn
OlBd at THE SrAR office.
Bfor Odin, of the Co
Id Mr. A. Oteen, of L
vMtole at Tha SrTAR offi
Mr. W. C. Thomas is
to arrive Sunday after
will pmd awhile at the h
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Thef Baer Drug Store
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to ahe drinks thatare nc
how cold, yoa can only tel

We acknowledge receipt
vitatioa trn Miss Fanni
attend the dosing exerc
Jesph's ac ademy, St.
June 17th..
By mutual agreement
goods and rocery stores u
every Thnday afternoon
dao o. eai. esterd

yesrday to play ball and
defeat at the hands of
bor, the sore standing
number of the Titusville
pie went down to witness
C C. Chlliuaworth, EM
Palm Bamch wasin tow
ad Today for the purl
tMn up the affairs of thi
the late Fmmie A. Smith
hei, who met him here 1
Mr. Has. Hatch, of W
in the epley of the dep
*ieulture, bureau of com
labor, was in Titusville t
the week to inMpeet and m
n the timber lands of Bre

Greatest Value Here LATEST NEWS

of getting geast valoe .Nen buy- A D INCIDE T
in clothe, and that is to buy one of i
ft E s our Schloss suits. P all PrrS I-et Pletbt l
te You can shop around all you please i vTiIm 1t4 Thm
see here something that pleases,
sale cheap. there something that rather strikes Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville.
your faney, but if you want real We regret to learn that Mrs. Kuhl,
worth, greatest value, you'll come to to ttMrKuh
f Jackson- our store in the end and get a Schloss of Shiloh, has been quite ill of late.
ys in Titus- suit. Dr. M. Souvielle, of Jacksonville,
If you want style you'll find it arrived Wednesday and registered at
n, of Clif- here; if you want good looks, corn- the Sterling.
fort, good fit and good quality, you'll
y and find them too, and best of all the Major A. St. Clair Abrams and
price will be reasonable, just what wife, of Jacksonville, spent a part of
eoa News, you can easily afford to pay. Saturday in Titusville.
otus, were Prices $*L to $2m .. Mr. Edward Fitzgerald, state in-
e Monday. WINSTON S. BRANNING spector of jails, was in town Satur-
Sexpected Up -to Date Vlo*JY tg House day on his way to Miami and the
noon. She Titusville, Florida. Florida Keys.
ome of her Mr. Doyle E. Carlton, representing
R. Wilson. Motor Boat Race Stetson university, of DeTand, was
has a new The following races for motor boats in Titusville the first part of the
a pi.parnd have been arranged for the Fourth week in the interest of that well-
Ad. As to of July celebration at Titusville: known institution of education.
11 by trying Class A-speed boats of 12 miles Mr. F. T. Budge and family, of
and over, to be raced according to Miami, arrived here Tuesday for a
,t of an in- time handed in, and if they exceed stop over of a day or so on their way
ie Sams to such time, to be penalized double. to Wakefield, R. I., where they will
ises of St. Tere will be first and second prizes, spend the summer.
Augustine, consisting of h dlnmme silver cups. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Johnson left
Course 9 miles.
Class B-Motor boats of speed8to yesterday for Chester Shoals house
t the dry or Bts in th of refuge where they will spend a
ill observe 12 wiles ptr hrom. Boats in this few days in the hope of an improve-
n as a holi- eswill rtfrom anchor wth ment in Mrs. Johnson's health, which
y and con- engenot otin, a r tobe has been rather poor of late.
raised and engine started at signal
from agun. First and second prizes, Monday was June rule day and the
Mt to Cocoa cu ting of handsome silver cups. property advertised under sheriff's
again met Coure miles sale, situated on the lower end of
the Cocoa Class C-Motor boats of speed not Merritts Island, was bid in by P. A.
4 to 5. A exceeding 8 miles per hour, Boats McMillan, the plaintiff in the suit of
young peo- in this. ,lna will .1s s t from n attachment against Harold I. Smith.

the game.
I., of West
n Monday
pose ofset-
e estate of
among the
by appoint-

artment of
mCrce and
he first of
ake report
wvard coun-

ty, and from here took in St. ucie
Mrm. Wn. Cleveland, of Fort
Mede, who has been visiting here
with her cousin, Mrs. J. M. Osban,
for several weeks past, will leave to-
msrre morning for Canaveral,
whee se will visit her father, Mr.
.PF. Gray, for a couple of weeks.
Mr. Cleveland is now holding an im-
portant position with the Charleston
inning Co., of Fort Meade.
The West Palm Beach Sun says
that Mr. John B. Beach, manager of
the Forida East Coast Fish company,
is having Frank Carlile build a sea
going lighter, to be used by the fish-
ermea next season. The lighter will
be fitted with a gas engine, and
whenever necemmry can be taken out-
side to bring in the enormous quan-
titis of fish which are sometimes
caught in nets along the ocean beach.
Fle Monday Offerings of Men's
Special prim in boys' and youths'
smits. Extra big reduction in men's
clothing, price makes no difference,
tbey must go.
t uns and dress suit cases at spec-
Titusville Fla.
Orge sad Grapefruit Trees
Grown at miloh, Fla., on high
hckor hammock. Free from white
y. e year to two year old buds.
Prices frm 5 to 85 cents. Careful-
ly packed ad delivered at Oak Hill
ataes. J. W. Gaunrs,
Sauoh, Fla.

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anchor with engine not in motion,
anchor to be raised and engine to be
started at signal from a gun. Six
cash prizes-$8, $5, $4, $3, $2 and $1.
course 6 miles.
Class C starts at 9:30 a. m.
Class B starts at 10:30 a. m.
Class A starts at 11:30 a. m.
Boats must be entered in such
events as correspond with their best
Entries to be made to Com. J.
Lorillard, Jr., Titusville, Fla., up to
July 2nd inclusive.
Entries are free and all motor boat
men are cordially invited to enter
their boats in these events.
A Surprise to Mrs. Scriageour
At the regular meeting of the or-
der of the Eastern Star in the Ma-
sonic hall last Tuesday evening, Mrs.
M. A. Serimgeour was very pleasant-
ly surprised by the presentation of a

Mrs. Roberts and Miss Emmons,
of Mims, paid THE STAR office a
pleasant call yesterday. Mrs. Rob-
erts expects to leave in a few days
for Waterbury, Conn., where she
will spend the summer north with
her daughter.
Governor Broward was a passen-
ger on the northbound train Sunday
from Miami to DeLand, where he
made his second address since the
first primary Monday. His first ad-
dress since the May primary was de-
livered at Miami Saturday.
The grand stand at the baseball
grounds has been erected this week
under the direction of Messrs. Bert
Johnson and McLendon, and is quite
an imposing affair and will be a great
convenience at the numerous con-
tests of the national game that are
expected to be pulled off here this

Special Sale at Kline'sLOCAL GOSSIP
MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1908.
Ladies' readymade drawers, made Wathig Aiknt ith Pople of Tits-
of good quality of domestic, with
wide flounce and hemstitehing and lMje U Tk Coe Uad Go
tucks, special 29 cents per pair.
Ladies' readymade underskirts, Mr. A. N. Nolle is having his resi-
made of good quality of lonsdale dence painted.
with 16-inch ruffle of embroidery, Com. J. H. Allen arrived Tuesday
worth $1.50, special 99 cents.
Readmade sheets, 72x90,special from a few days spent at Daytona.
59 cents each. I Messrs. Sam Martin and G. S. Sned-
White auto cloth, specially shrunk, ecker, of Melbourne, were in town
excellent for ladies' skirts, special 15 Tuesday.
cents per yard. Tuedai.
Indian Head linen, already shrunk, Mrs. T. B. Wilson left this week
Monday's special, 19 cents per yard. for Indianola, where she will visit
Readymade pillow cases, 45x36, with relatives for some time.
worth 20 cents, Monday's special, 14 r ran aer a e
cents each. Mrs. Frank Baker arrived Wed-
Chiffon panama, 38 inches wide, nesday on a visit to her father and
worth 75 cents, Monday's special, 49 mother, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fjos-
cents per yard, black only. cher.
Black mohair, 38 inches wide, in
all the newest shades including black Miss Allie H. Gillmore, from Jas-
and blue, special 49 cents per yard. per, Ala., arrived Wednesday on a
Wash silks, in all the latest shade visit to her ha-sister Mrs. A.
24 inches wide, worth 75 cents, Mon- vsrt her ssr C. A.
day only, 59 cents per yard. Gardner.
Raah silks in all the latest shades, Johnnie Frasier, the youth who
including Copenhagen blue, 27 inches lost his left arm a few days ago, as
wide, worth 75 cents per yard. n i i
Ladies' hand bags in all the up-to- narrated in THESA lastweek, is
date styles, prices from 75 cents to doing finely and will probably be out
$2M. againin a few days.
Ladies' belts in all the newest The ladies of the Presbyterian
shades and styles, special 5 cents church wilhave saleof P things
each. church will have a sale of good things
Unbleached Sea Island domestic, to eat at Mr. G. F. Duren's meat
Monday's special, 14 yards for $1.. market tomorrow afternoon, the pro-
Mail orders promptly filled on any ceeds tobe usedfor repairing the
of the above goods.hur
Juuus KLmE, Tituaville. church.

For County Commissioner
I hereby announce myself as can-
didate for county commissioner of
5th district, Brevard county, at the
coming primary to be held June 16th,
1908, and solicit the support of all
my friends in the contest.
Your obedient servant,
T. J. Cocxswrru.
Teachers' Exzmination
Seventeen teachers are taking the
June examination this week, which
commenced Tuesday morning in the
high school building. Of this num-
ber seven are white and ten colored.
Rev. Wm. Stones is assistant to
Superintendent Walker in conduct-
ing the examination.
Church Notes
The pastor will preach in the Meth-
odist church Sunday at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m., and every evening through
the week at 7:30. There is a place
and a welcome for you.
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach and
administer the Lord's supper at La-
G--a" Su %idls 1dv t

ange on unaay next at 1 a. m.,
beautiful order pin, her name and Decoration day was observed in aUndpreah at 7T mi, us ,i at 7 m.
chapter number engraved on same, Titusville last Saturday as has beeand preach at Titusville at 730p.m.
to her from this chapter, of which the custom in former years. A load Wedding Bells to Peal
she has long been a member. Mrs. of flowers was taken out to Titus- Cards have been sent out by Mr.
Scrimgeour warmly thanked the ville cemetery, where the graves of and Mrs. Ceore Seth Singleton, of
chapter for the lovely remembrance. those who have passed beyond were Cocoa, announcing the marriage of
Delicious refreshments were also strewn with them. It is to be re- Coa, anoun g t marriage o
t their daughter, Ella Cornelia, to Mr.
served as this was probably the last gretted that the attendance this year Elton William Hall, to take place on
meeting Mrs. S. will attend for some was not as large as in former years. the morning of Thursday, June 18th,
time as she expects to soon leave for A second suit of Daniels vs. Mas- at 11:30, St. Marks Episcopal church,
California, where she will remain in- sey for the possession of Hotel Palm- Cocoa. Miss Singleton has taught
definitely. I hurst property was held before Jus- school in Brevard county tor a num-
SHave You n Waittice B. R. Wilson Wednesday and ber of years and is a general favorite
Have You Been Waiting for Thii tried by jury. The verdict returned with all who know her, and it is with
I want to go to Colorado for a cou- was in favor of the defendant. Judge a great deal of interest that her
pie of months.Ga
To get expense money I will do Gaulden appeared as counsel for Dr. friends learn of her approaching
your dental work for a ridiculously Daniel; Mr. Massey spoke in his own marriage. Mr. Hall is now night op-
low price. Some of the more ex- behalf and made his statement to the erator for the F. E. C. Railway Co.
pensive work. such as gold crowns jury. at Titusville.
and enamel filling, you can get for .. ...... __ .
one-half the usual price. State Prohibition Convention Photograph Gallery
You must come within the next The state convention of the prohi- Goto Fst the phtogpheron
two weeks and you must bring the bition party will be held at Gaines- Julia street, for artistic photos. All
cash. Make your appointments so ville, Fla., June 9, 1908. Each coun- work first class and promptly attended
there will be no disappointment I ty is entitled to two delegates. It is to. Crayon, pastel, water colors and
MILER, Denti. expected that there will be a large oil paintings a specialty.
Notice JJOHN P. COFFIN, For Sale Cheap For Cash
At a special meeting of the Indian Chairman State Prohibition Com'ty, About 88 acres of good high land on
River Haulover Outing club, a cor-! Eustis, Fla. the east or ocean side of the Indian river
portion duly organized and existing :at the Narrows, described as follows:
under the laws of the state of Wis- Day :Lot No. 3, section alslotNo.3, sec-
the eof thestate-rationf -s -tim 36, in town ip 31 south, range 39
consin,nthe mnae of said corporation Dray gorhaulngofallkinds prompt- eat. This land i unimproved but fie-
was c to Indian River com- ly attend to. Meet al trains. ly located. For further parcula d-
pany. Ded My 4th, 1908. H. E. HoLT, dres EM. Low,
JO 8. MAIN, See. I Jptsville Fla. Brockton, Mas.



Judge Minor S. Jones will convene
the June term of the circuit court
in and for Dadecounty on next Tues-
day, June 9th. The term promises
to be quite lengthy as there is quite
a heavy civil docket besides several
murder cases to be tried.
Contractor P. J. Hall has just com-
pleted a boat house for E. B. Wager,
in South Titusville, to keep his motor
boat out of the weather. Mr. Hall
commenced work on moving the
Wiley cottage Wednesday to its new
location on the Baptistparsonage lot.
Misses Jessie, Barbara and Una
Miller, of Eden; Misses Ruth Farley
and Ada Comstock, of Malabar; Miss
N. C. Schofield, of Tropic, and Mias
G. Stewart, of Banyan, are taking
the teachers' examination in session
this week in the high school building.
They are stopping at Hotel Palm-
A letter received from Mr. C. C.
Henderson, of Murfreesboro. Tenn.,
says: "Although I am sadly over-
worked, having both my private bus-
iness, my newspaper work and the
conduct of the campaign of Gov.
Patterson for renomination, I have
never failed to read THE FLORIDA
STAR. and always enjoyed it. Mrs.
Henderson and our daughters are
enjoying perfect health and bid me
ask you to remember them to our
friends in Titusville, and also ex-
press to you their appreciation of
the great kindness shown them while
visiting your delightful little city."
Millinery wire, flowers, wreaths, etc.
Bias seam binding in cambric
Medallions, stars, a: chores
Solderine for mending agate wear, etc.
Screen cloth, 30 33. : and 40 inch
Talking machines ar. I records. etc.
CIIAS. A. GARDNER, 'Thone 342
For Sale Che p For Cash
Six acres and a half of improved
land on Merritts Island, known as
the Sidney Carpenter place. Title per-
fect. Address
Punta Gorda, Fla.
Bargains in Trees
Fine lot 2-year old grapefruit buds,
Marsh seedless and Standard, 30
cents each, $25.00 per 100.
West Palm Beach, Fla.
Wood For Sale
Pine or oak, any length. Alo plow-
0 and harrowing. See or address J.
Jamuan, Tituaville, Fla.

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