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


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S PRh IT Whia Hot weather like this calls foral AND PERSO AL LatuhaLtR Ulla. thin suit as well as a stylish one. A PESMONDA. Jx 15 1 .
hagm! Its e stn* to hints Why not get one of our leather- -nrp Aboa t p. e tat White lawn. 40 inches wide, heer Something About the People of Titash W I" weigh to t blue series. It will give you POACH Pit tf i ns t rls t and fine sp-ial 15 cnts per yard
TmsMo lit Ton comfort all through the long Tl lIte lld iTh n French lawn, excellent for dresses ills as They Come and Go0
Mr. F A. oan and son. Master Some are made in coat and trouser Dr. Miller. Dentist. Titusille. and shirtaispec soft ini wort Miss Lila anderof ar = rents. Monday's sleial, 19 aents ayiss Lilla S ners. o f o',-,a. aer, spent a ayorso ataytona styles; no vest, no lining-the whole: Second hand bicycle forsale cheap. Dotted swiss, worth 20 cents, spec- rived Sundav and spent Mondav and
e suit thin and cool as silk pajamas. Inquire at THE STAR office. ial 15 cents per yard. part of Tucday amng relatives in Mrs. Geo. C. Battle and ehildrenI Many other hot weather styles and CommoldoreJ. Lorillard, Jr.. ex-i Also imported dotted swis dots Tituss ille. returned the latter prtof last week fabrics here fannels, worsteds and pects to launch his new boat next;ice and even, worth 40 cents. Mon- Contractor P. J. Hall has ctmfremaaortvisittorelativesmRich- smart mixtures. Easy prices. eek. This commodious water craftday 25 cents per yard. Ipletedthe movingofthe Wi!e ctmCad eoum y, hR has been named the Arrah Wanna. White nainsooks in cheeks and tage to its new locationon the Bap
I B rDCome and see them. stripes very stylish ftr shirt waists tist paronage liot.
iTe machinery Drug Sto pre has a new ices$8 toMr. W. T. Mathers left Sunday on and dresses, worth .5 and 4 cents MissSalie Batli andh. r either
toedrinkthatsre month's vacation and will spend per yard. Monday only. 25 oents per left vesterdasn fr Maeo hore the)
o are cold. Asto WINSTON S. BRANNING most of same at Benton. la., where yard. will spend the "uomer. returning t, ow d, you an only tell bytrying Up-to-Date Clothing House Mrs. Mathers is on a visit to rela- Figured lawns. worth 20 and'5 Titusvill eeary in the fall. them. e tivo T t e e fl..
I Titu.ville, Florida. i cents per yard. special 12'% cents. Mrs.Alptonse Hoeek, of St.Au- Ti Florid Dr J. .. Bokwkerthe principalof Unc bledte hed sheting 10is. Pep- Mrs. W C. Those, f oOrange smti sie thelatter part ofast the Cathedral Sehoslfor Girls, of Or- perell mills, best in the land. special dale. FVa., arrie,l Sunda vfor a visit weekoavisit to her brother-in-law. Motor Boat Races land, arrived here yesterday and is cents per o y r. ar n-f ar,th r. anith her father anl Mi. Max Hoeck and wife, of Mos- Thefollowingracesformotorboats beingentertained by Dean bottom Amoskeag apron oeeks, guaran- mother, Dr and Mrs. B R. Wilin. quito lagoon. have been arranged for the Fourth while in our tow teed fast colors, 12 yards for $1.0 The four prize silver cps fr the
Mr. Cornell, who spent the past of July celebration at Titusville White bedspreads. full size, mar- nmottir bt races, to be helt here on seam atthe Myer cottage. haa re- Class A- speed boats of 12 miles ,Miss Minnie Trawick. after t d- sellaise patterns worth $2., speeial the Fourth of July, havt tvordertured to his home in Littleton. andover. to be rated according to ing a le of h voting led and are expected t arrive very Mm., for the summer, expecting to time handed in, and if they exceed with her young school friend, Miss Chiffon panama, in navv blue and shrtiv, eturn here in the fall. uch time, to be penalized double. Robttom left Saturday for her black, makes excellent skirts. i8 in- received frm r H. B.
There will be first and second prizes, home i Tampa. ches wide. worth 75 cents, Monday Mace announce hi -ri Mral in Mrs. S.H. R and family, ofDay- consistingof handsome silver cups. Mr. J. L. Carruthers went to San- only, 50 cents per yard. g William Bridge New York, but t formerly residents of Titus- Course 9 miles. ford Monday, where he expects to White cambric, specially good for that he had noteun s anr Flrida moved lst wek to West Palm Class B-Motor boats of speed 8 to open a barber shop. For the pres- underwear. 10 yards for $1.N. weathat er up there a n Florida Ba. which thy will make their 12 miles per hour. Boats in this ent the family remains here and his Children's and misses hose. fine weather up there a yet. home. Thetripwasmadevialauneh. classwill start from an anchor with son, Mr. Jeff Carruthers,isin charge ribbed, worth 25 cents, special 15 Miss Merriwether. of Maitland.
Dr. H. G. Utley received a Cadillac engine not in motion, anchor to be of the shop here. cents per pair. who has been visiting pirts dtat runabout yesterday from Jackson- raised and engine started at signal Mrs. M.A. rigr expects to Ladies' patent leather oxfords, the river, spent a part uf Tusdlay vil, wihe purchased from Mr. fromagun. Firstandsecondprizs, Seieo et plain toe, pump or iosl\year welt here with her friend. Misi Su,', ille, whichhe pumhasedfrom r. eave about the middle of next week le, special $2.49. ladwin. on her way hotiv Henr Pritchett. This is last year's onsisting of handsome silver cups. on her trip toCalifornia. Last week La white ilo larbim Judg D ennry of rt mode has been used mine, but Course miles. marked her last service in the Ladies' white sailors, large bim, Judge A. D. Penney, of F ir will suobe as goods new, only Class C- Motor boats of speed not offieh las t s Magin eol- special 98 cents. Pierce, spent apart tif Wedt.eday gl Mfe y asistant. Miss Maggie Col- Linen toweling, good quality, 10 and yesterda t and inicontneedinga new pair of tires which exceeding 8 miles per hour, Boats lins having atnumed the duties of as- 1 ittin in a wood r d ill aurive in few days. Then the in this class will also start from anisn u te at trained hati at le than I 1 Flthinr for U.S. smicd fr v allarr e Cadie II Re e mnthir w n tn m pan distant to Postmaster Taylor. Ladies' trimmed hats at less than '.' Fletcher fn r U. 1.1nt Ford and theCadillc llbe repee- anchor with engine not in notion
ted ere. Whowil e the nextto anchor to be raised and engine to e Song Recital cost. Jnandtw invat? started at signal from a gun. Six Mail orders promptly filled on any cash prizes- $8. $5, $4, $3. $2 and$1. Miss IAna Conkling will give a of the above goods. i f Quay, arrived last Friday ion I Mr. G,R. Ellis, of Gainesville, rep- course 6 miles. o-ng recital. assisted by Mrs. Trez JULIUs KLINE, Titusville. extended visit to her father and rening the Florida Fertilizer Co., Clas C starts at 9:3 a. t. Wilson, under the auspices of the I mo- 'ther. Mr. sanu Mrs. . Hall,
a br h of the Virginia-Carolina Class B starts at 10:30 a. m. V. I. A. on Thur.lay evening, June I Church Notes and later it the son lJ .n-es aemial company, a highly capita- Class A starts at 11:30 a. n. 18th. in'the Titusville opera hiou-. w ill jin h re f-o a trip to Neth lized stk company, spent a part'of Boats must be entered in such tReserved seats -0 cents, general Re. Stones will preach on Sun ay erilgi .l pi ,I a p;t of th ui Thursday and Friday of last week in events as correspond with their best adumi iou 23 cents., children 15cents, next at Indianola at i0:30 a. m. an rnr. itumville on his way down thecoast. sp ed. Reserved seats on saleat Branning's. at Titussille at in th Ti-m. This was his first tripto this section Entries to be made to Com. J. Rev. M a will preach in the Ti lilinis si.e rrath-. tc. of the state and Mr. Ellis was most Lorillard. Jr., Titusville, Fla., ui to Fort Dallas Bank News tusville M. E. church Sundav at 1I Ma, 7lia ii,, ne o cr favorbly irresed vith Titusville a. in. and 7:3o p- ii.. at st at 4ollveite for ciesing ogati 0ar. vec. favorably ire with Titusille. July 2nd inclusive. On the :30th day of this month Mr. p.m. C me ageait, ouare wecuni. a U ITUt L E tY irt tCra .....
bR sed itda P Entries a re ,and all motor boat FURNITURE, DRY GOODS SHOES M c received a pleasant trie are free and all motorboat J. K. McDonald, receiverof the Fort Dean RIbouttim will officiate inSt. sc.e iiloth. 03. 36 ti 4ith inch call from him. men e cordially invited to enter allas National bank, will apply to Gabriels church, Tituville,Sundav. Talkhig mrhin and re-ord. -t their boats in these events. Judge lake. iof the United Stalte June 14, at 11 a. m.. and inll St. Marks (Hs. ( ARi'mi., Ph"e :l Tituville Wine Balcball Game court, for an order authorizing him, church, Ctcoa, at s7:3 p. m.
The Eau Gallie and Titusville base- Formulating Report as receiver, to sell the banking house. Policies of The Times-Union ball clubs played on the home dia- The depositor's committee chosen furniture anil fixtures of the said Prohibitionists Endorse Stockton I.,m. ,< ,,.,ii. i, sto mond here yesterday afternoon with to investigate the condition of the bank, to Jas. M. Jackson, Jr., and The Prohibition party of Florida. A~, ill be sen by a letter fl-o a scre that ended 5 to 4 in favor of finances of the Fort Dallas National J. A. McDonald for the sum of $20,- in convention asseihled at Gaine- HAs wlhn N. '. Stcktin tdav's Titusville. The game was a close bank before and since its suspension 0.0. ville Tuesoay. unanimously adopt hed Th- Lohn- n m, abyat" one from start to finish and was hot- announce that the formulation if The location of this property isone the followingt n, t -. TheTim-nir ha ar ut i ly contested on both sides. Each of the report is now in the handsofthe of the most desirable and valuable ots le. That the Ir hi'ition lseit to ,, ir s the nines had honors about even for chairman and secretary, and as soon in Miami. and the sum offered for it dy of Florid n convention as kl tti meritorious plays and some very bad as ready the depositors will be called by the above mentionedgentlemenis does endorse the candidate" of the II, mad b, I v r ,innts. th agh he errorsand but for the latter the together to receive the same. The a very considerable price. J. N. C. Stockton for overnor of Flori Iffeet-d to pa fr t-atn If tne manruns scored would have almost been report will be quite lengthy and full ida. and urge the tIreyrane eos'l agent Tof T Tim t-iin ti'knothing. Mr. C. B. Kingman,anold as to details. Public Speaking Wednesday cio tteir fa a n ti itht ir tat th ae d1 v a en 1 it, hand in the league games, umpired their alltu r hi r at, thu ar oadvlh their ,, 1 lo fairly to bot aids. TheEau Gallie New Mail Contract to Key West Hon. Frank W. Pope, of Jackson- tou theelt whf- it him ,,i thu- ,iir ,t the t .t a- th eyspla od game and the beat ie, and Hlon. W. Sears, of Kis re e thele i wtaht sool biinghTbau Mr Fiorer TO cisttI' f 'Ihr
prevailed the rough- Postmaster Budge, of Miami s zen the itr of the state hi bribing themnt t nir would sit< it r, ot. Wehopetoe these two nine been notified of the execution of the im, aidee the itins ith i. sd oh sii thing sil -irybody t rtaii thn pout. anshortly t wo ns mail contract for service between Titusville at the opera house Wed- co ur air trr-oir n he la idlin the UnitedStates .r of the ittietr tram tot the iS ill to the I itd States ie] iti
play Key West, Knights Key. Tampa and nesday night. Col. Pope spoke in r vit trin'-i rtheoircff th bloog ngifar a tostutifythe i.
Havana. The contract provides for the interet of liGen. Gilehrist for I upportintr Broward. It will .it State Legislation two mails a week the whole var Sears in fa Strong Endorsement d m lr a Bw,ward' friends tu -a w ehat
A state senator speaks of the p- from Tampa tot Key Wevst aid t Th Ta- t Th T
litical situation as follows: vana, and two mails a te-.k dulg D. Flethr. The fore Mimo-, L. N tt rs't i ti d i- tetr T ie-t
'"The race between Gilchrist and the summer and thrve duin:'g 'h mIade ails..,er. atrains'ment.f t the W. C( T. '- serldas i ar ,t- l f'a rite, ifr th iu.
Stockton is very close, but whoever winter front Knights K t is K, linstrial Aitanc, an- c-ntht hi' trf t g:tla ,at that a i t
is governor both houses of the legs- West. rtlear 01 th subject tatte r 1l eliel t tioircuiate a utI ilion Gilhrr
ILture will contain a majority of tem- Slacked Lime Ia -l'd itl Siiins t c'itke tiim ea the ilifiof1,r1 nn pi.a "i the e
pe"rse men. This does nit mean S f i l iSI s td ;, ot:fte It'- ,
state prohibition, but it does mean We lhae a arliiad -: ,t a. -f, Ft ". '"
that there will be legislation that at Ctoe-a ailar at aL u r at.hdh ali
will knock out what are called the Write tits forri-s. .ful -:,tht I
dives. Early ehsinghours willbl, wanted. l'poke about twentyinute
forced by law and a higher license REsT Clvst Lnt 1 t i -Ioig l it he ceBe ( t
will prevail. If the matter should the applaud ni S.. t : I ,
go before the people the governor Have You Been Waiting for This? l SIast ta \ d froll it h ia i- i t :'-,
has nothing to do with it as he ecan- I l ,, i lr a''" r. t N. t :riward,not veto resolution proposing a nc lgo. that the gt t'- 1" iro 'Iirhfu {rli"rnl a a rm
change of the constitution. I f gstt ixs, nrhad nt kipt his lprlt then fittem rae c . e .
To gt'pet sept-o mons ,,, cI-i i-latintg to the' L. & N. Rt. R. grtous for prihibtot h Fine Monday Offerings of Men's our dental work fior a il, t u tteen t but that he haddone jt a an ise in thi e ta Thii
Fie o .lo price. Strate of ri. i sit he, hii accu-ed Iav, and Ma s hisiki e:t,e t l the ; i l: .
Clothing pensive work, such a' ctl ,tit w i ,do i, the ttnt th they rere elent have alias t-u r is i
Special prices in boys' and youths' anti enamel filling. o-u .ai g.t fi, I ltd Ied. 'Mr ars disclaimed any I, tt n. stel r n.,ti r t.O
suits. Extra big reduction in men i one-half the usual pr ic i to t,-ipeak of the governor per- 7'1" t
clothing, price makes no difference. You Must om iviti in It' n\t .1 !v or to hurl abus at him, but Photograph Gallery
they must go. two weeks and you muSit itnlg c.,( nlllttd an sch ucmethods, and Go t, aust the ph-ga r
Trunks anddresssuitcasesatspec- cash. Make your appo-intu elit. "1 -i cerel hopd the people of Brev- Julia street, for artitic htoial prices. there will be no di.alp niuld it.lte,, ie the clean carn- ,. [ta r it in T r t
Titusille FIs. saigsod by Mr. Pletcher I lalo5 ii ic ,
Titusille Fla. anti give him their vote on the 16th .
Notice of June. For Sale Cheap I or Cash Orange and Grapefruit Trees At a special meeting if the Idian About Os are.sf g i d::
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high River Haulover Outing ,lub. a cr- For Sale Cheap For Cash the nator otna' sidedof nd:a !. a
hickory hammock. Freefromwhite poration duly organized and existing Six acres and a half of improved at the iNarros. describe a fu:., fly. One year to two year old buds. r the laws of the state uf \is- land ,n Merritts Island. known as Lot No. 3. -ecti ni. also tt N, .
'tio '36, in township ,i so'h .slr:ue tDrayitg
Pries from 5 to 35ents. Careful- consin, the name of said corporation the Sidnvy Carpenter place. Title pr- east. This land is ounimprovedl t e- r m pr,.mptty packed and delivered at Oak Hill was changed to) Indian River com- feet. Address Iv iated F tr further ,artiC ar adi a-. r
station. J. W. GRIFFIS, iny. Dated May 4th, 1910. Mas. R. J. FINE. dress E.M Low, H E. HoLTres
Shiloh, Fla. JOHN S. MAIN. Sec. Punta Gorda. Fla. Br.ton, Mas Tituille Via.

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deck. detorerlued to finish theIr Work
Th~'0 had planned oflce the tatt tht
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80tr MARIER, E i Solamoner otr the Ra l aay o d In ti Professor Bell. mo em ent hoaweer, they wen eard
Elbits of Oie of Anerica's t, 00,'h0d0 .'.n ma00 0s- Don't add the heat of a
Most Fah ,-us Skippars .1" 00 0l Q UICKEST WAY TO TRAVEL kitchen fre to the sufficient ,,reaft .ld o ;oe c, .c r.o Ird fo- ~e discomfort of hot weather. I I them at bay with istol Navigntic of Ai Aiready Sol-ed, u se a New Perfection Wick
ING IN QUELUNG MUTINY "r to oe t man who drs Am- ed Noted invent-Tlls of Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove S_!I bro you Oe mom0e0 t Probable omeeldpmet of Poe rful and cook in Comfort
gw Cp ~(nr of tke D mght, now --poke up. "To sh.o Ail Nvi. With a "New Perfection" Oil Stove the prerarati.n o4
Foe ClIpper Suded a La s ou ~ pu s In a statement recently made at daily meals, or the big weekly "'baking,' is n ithut
sadukey Crewc g a N w yuer ates overboard an go Hammoldseort. . Pfrotfeor Alex- raising the temperature perceptibly above that r othor
I W addet In a" to.trW cht e h r -. aner Graham Bell. the noted inventor room in the house.
Ip mel amuel, who e Ithrw ot r ktes overly and the foremost student of aviation If you once have experience with the
moptuly sani q hamorn. who de lo th00 rm 0 ho n-ot Ito"' askedate of the age, doioam ceed positveiy that
-a.dy did at his ho.e o B . W PERFECTION
5 t nne e years captain of the fS- I do not fear you rmed with 0 n0.0 the problem of the naigotion of the
raptpi or wiUt, not unarmd, and to show ai by flying machine Is lved It I.
." o em ship DreadntUght and h Iw ttc fear you I will Ili_ my fih n-W P M EC ON
lel the Herletta when that yacht tols hbto the custody of any asenoger only a question of paslng the experlyou cme s su I se your koe metal stage. whkh may require but a w- the k rst trasa tlanti n r 0 e --"1 : :w Woid Beoe Fa e ril Cook-Stve
s moe. than halt ee ty ctur "Wilt you i s We ch- -wc, few moti. until aerodrome enter W
ai tood f l that as and prome not to proseute us upon an enomous field of Usefulness.
S the o dow o I WeO me o r o a o "Flying machines are no longer a you will be amazed at the restful y i t0 se t o ikt.e Hoe owy fro Thn ow yer S0~10 oerbord and go to dream of the tero" aid profesmor enablesvou to do work that ha hret,4it re ox rb1IL 1
home st the age of eleven and tby.Iedhl "el borl It's no oa one o f ell They are here n.w, stK ol the kitchen and vourself
s cook on the ostog schooner e "He tooe much foru Ier ai d splendid. The problem oftbe earl- The "New Perfec tin"
rmpta Westott. and the trials ad hat o ae after the other tio of the air certainly lvedl Use. Made in three sis x:, a:, tibelalnm he enonteord I wl wear hI spMnnns overboaf Ir hl 1 to he m a flyi g ic- not at your dealer's, -rt : r !. :
his way up to skipper ho ha. told wt to the eo 0 0.0 A woro Metlir ehItes. The funue is merely a matter
r to mo m Er he orm t to 0 the c r a o h0er vi thn0 l o f development The haverl than ir The
e is bfokl m n the oms st toa s the g bA es darpn t o the wOal *.a. ete
elt" It was u kipper of the o r in iaed toy pbto lng machine may Wie cid to have L am p ow o. to ct ou a that I hp pelsed t babyhood. It is certain that D td a=ht. myr th ew York P0 ost a ith yo name the mao tohe seat Yeo kl see aeodrom alow--i thereore fr\e lro ,...f I. ,
wiate p ned rart l s a th d ae capihane of these ith t. on ck s e g I
Jammee. for 1. 18 on er first ren i nYO. m l t u 0rt O r 0oo n i limitle field of usefol- e e ,
humhd and other o rle n e dou at e U they will orrey the mail. of thi f not ourdear. e ,
Shtr o oretrom o.e Cc t =h leader of the 000 and the bul o contry and provide the quickest means S'ANAD OIL (OIPAO 00
das Hook bar befree the Cunardor. the0 0. o, 0m prdo 0Ntl lo c hh had sald a day e "l had 00. I ne er .ta1e an 0ult roo an tpott.
er f t ch t e e witut reroating lr. M d eerntnl, Y Th wi all comte quickly. l few the M i0 0 u be s e H wca ote a woa.r' months of hepat Hed fFlight will be a rt Salll o thips rm the At- "nd r icr hAd nd -nr elt o eotie b oa ar mohe moths of
loll l t O days and IT hot. a time ardon of an man. h sa ord.
that has not been Lten and It as The pirn the ,on-e r Ched uht more careful fli In which attempt
tht n dha b en 0. oe Iti e0 d me for the t m and the blow I wi be made to start from the land at
doeboitl If It WIl be. The Dread mealt him o t him hedlong donth t fd pte.
aulht. the most feou of Ar merican oreo le. t front t o r th f he rhohad s enioled
tepp Ima nd b ht thpecill oor him i h i l y w o hailoen r a speredi nty l t ge thus pa d 1A pand cback. -n I i. White- the age of ommo e lal development wll here go bring that fell,, u" begin. I do not believe that aeroplanIt rhe famoi moitny oni befar He found him lying 0at the ot t wi ver he iua er of H A R D W A R E
Will and bravery of the captain e hi. ad 0 w e o eat weights. t In th respect they rthe c oe of the o t am and haseen- 0 i he h ao 0 the d ,lor. will be supplmenteo d by the dirigible Othe pon of thoet It und-tTLe Tn0lUoobe which will prov a chap
tem as well as the Ship. fulses one am I, jump when you are shk to. and freight carrier.
of th most exciting chapters of Cap- Ins:ead of waking you are to run to ohby
the crewcm e aft r f ng t h t e order ien. I will treat ou u "AerodmeS ll h e th vehicles oa
tao la ntl book It happened th t ou d e The last rdr I ve Io the oo r future They will lso be the
ohe entire crew had been hipped t .hih,0o........ yo..... 'H r engine o the TheIrst Lines tt
lAvepool from th em of the mc t lace weather ait 0a e. th 0ta r ,0ar iwt ma e te .
tha 0r utheproise n ti n h maint00 0 0 t r Id t h speed will 0a them hlmort 1pa
was and bloodtwlrt acls that ever 'H ail tu the whether ma-e bre "
The catrhwle th. row rush. ed th sniN trnise flar b k t..... Heavy and Shelf HardwaSGCA
made l wrt .ndrtook 00e d hi i le I o Pkwer fhh and oall p0jectile w or or owo will be
hfraterntof saol liaut o rlmnrala e w aho the, hauled n tha. t br- a l i Neffective ga dt t ohedm.
me w t t 1erb o to Ship cdptanm he 0 0 0a t ee a eet ot shir.
and to or three of whom would It wo i the ,ale I tl-,dolaught. Il "cu a nd Iee how fleet of IhO Ih
disomnie an.,y well meaiolg crew. 1. Ihat Catain yool.. ,. acoelld 04nd 1It.1 gast00 a flot of Our Stock oft
he bad a pcra l r hudge against lhlle i a feat In oi t ilg that sa roduoe. Now 0u pro etly will 8 o dl a hd t= for some Oe aol . il.. .itbooi I. ,Lrll. 1. I0i, b00 e 0 10 00 e a i he eere cy, hu
waiti In opportunity to vent It, aut Ile-Wour fuitle" tilhe Sll as ttrl under any cirumstace t llr dan uns and Sporting Good
whe he coolly accepted, oetrary to b e a t rh ]-!ze hi ,it l.g 00l, W00 will be entirely with the airships.
S. ther T1 prophet t y 0hat te is complete at all times
advice an entire crewa of Their number would --, -oardhut I"A ka th Imgned that the opportullty or 91uiln I, p t el co i of the flying machines will do be mohw 0"' a eyr iilr with oY ie. s ad S.NOiW h b I o "dPa d Oils ofr I adnr
the d ip lay In the rivr before .. pult ia he broL ,- iili ... i, .. the
r the 0t hI dire. fore h other irouu0o o to ew Oils of Q ithe
ailing the .0100010 q.olly ioormed ibi,-Ool bi,,. n011 10n.0 0 0 0 0
thee that he k:w their w i ad hn that tr, rd ,d I ~u l0 Ic experi deled one dour a sa ie ducted. one f our SpecialtiWK s desne and eu operatous by send- aa. e i ly f three ay "Our Aerial E 'i ul ciol
asgevTery mn to the narpoe ter o hare t tht the bhile 0he atilori hi hau teuuig ho ltd
the p0rw0 of hi koe bro00e. Th.or ,t the r i h' nn. r' h ror 1o16. te tlosahtl
n io oort m o r r ie ellmmudl. 0 e.. Id r s coilus Boe iple Quotations for large or small oldts \Iill
neat 3orbll at sea the slugstrs :r i wre II b:l tr vl.i brG E Ti 8GlldEW r
and sullen-o o ,f thr men l dblatedl T -his .- l,1t i 0 .t0!l 0 i. a I 0 m0, LiPute1.., T ', so. 0. be given personal attention. \lail ( )I lJs
the brewin s eoble The nan at the 1 r0 0 0 1 1'- t. tI"r I, ii,, l a arrll solicited and romptiN filtre
wheel when reprimanded tried to draw -.r 0y m,, o oh d,:' hob- lg I-ill fr ie 1- th f s l it We
isl knife. but ,mutls notookol hi u'Oll , S "yO Uhip ill ,nt a r.r t
down. The bMan w .0i0 In Lro.. ..l '-', .......I 00 beaa. qoiloL oTTa V IL.L .
the rew 0me 0 ft. r t.0 ,, l ; ,o o ': flhro :nl ". o -ii- a pol,'ed to the a-rOdro s ur aee'oI
work until he 000 rmlvasil. The a -' 11 'I" duml ' J0 Ie ud th1 0 0 n a o at c 0
tn ordered them I, their lace" ,; t: :iI oh,- orlo.,rd ,.w 0 dueel -r Jh the trt 0 1 l e "
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first primary for Governor of FRlda. iEngliman Thinks It Will Son Re- s er carul about her chara. Abs
FLORIDA nle his future e ad that BOW ELS Bie 'iN a If l I a thh bw"a it h
a e Iture home and tt.loo over the oil ields of Canada that if churn i t t the he will remove his law office to the p e ae.maont..-.eepra and thea complete a circe of the oil butter th is made it The stomach s a cho e. Iia th otlach apun. digesitto li State's metropolis. rtns i so a duro. 7 Sregions of the glo.1e J D. Henry. a nd e .ea a rstor Su A. B. Bagley, a former postal clerk fuel oal expert. recently tied at New d s which a almost exactly like the are soing to e in the Pensacola postoeffice, in CANDY York with Major J. N Grl am, for- churning ol butter. Is it not apparent
oarld lots from the Gai- rlou trouble Bagley was arrested th Brtish arm i is the a f this stomachu n foul it last Friday on the charge of misap- a wh ch is not a lone Sto the amot of ,000,000 propriating funds from the postoe, the B amira. and be d: no the bd t i the mouh and the foul
t Tamp 0l00 the charge against him having bee y h intern breath caused by it, but the corruption af Sbe isled by the Tampa Electric marb Henry p,,cTafskeeo m iae tihe eof ia o thu andht the dily. pllapnY for the improvement of the fare byhe as ee n connected withthe future esof ar e fle hi es the -our ad h nl sti,,ach swthe
e Ta the poatoffice but the pat year speed, and sold that 0. iq;.ls i' l, ItdoeofortcebeIach oi rlhewnhiq A few 4ays ago a train composed of been in the money order department. AT U UIKE CANDY had neeed thei oil L '.. i., tIcia- ad an bath dol r bti ch irs--ai ue iy
t JI-thre ca loaded to the limit A. :g he suit tle nerver to en- i aes I and Bulri for s hii htei c c u tesvct with n neabe, left Gainesville over ter other busine s. it was then theT asntasa aaam. d '..Engliad is iatclirr l iit"-tcnl l i a t l hi lnwayr it Ia", lr chtes .' the Bsaboard Air Lie. discovered the alleged misappropria- l~sia dr aaeleTee. this imner," said Mr IlHur. n d e pil ics, erpptalon. scrlfu los swtellings, The receivers and head officials of tin of funds. arer E Ii hr e tos ri lio s... oil t...t ii -io .. a ilr r ine la td tal the Smboard Air Une are in Florida "Alligator Joe will leave thi week the ad irnlty I uding Tet s cl i il i you ianh ciatt~r in e. ionl ha.e making a thorough inspection of the fr Boston where he will spend the Pensacola was visited by a terrific ntai s te much sulphur, whhi in a rra ald adly iir. feerl urste i Seaboard property in this State. summer. He will send a carload of ectrlcai storm Tuesday afternoon certain ay tisj ionjuriou to the r aii dd-f snidet.h,aefrLt -,uth ad.lchtr .
tuhes. The Cunadios cl is of excellent iIL atliucks. enawn ir-er-o It stuwThe appointment of W. B. Sheppard alligators and eroc ailes which will, which lasted only half an hour but uales. The anad thianc iit ia a rit d ahiltc t orroul taii soor to he United States judge for the be exhibited there during the summer i ,Urng that short period did a great time ti will entirely iilae i ,al or bi,-r rniis aficr erat and pr northern district of Florida has been months. Each year Joe has an exhih-' It of aIllae The retsidecel ri i et B pcltct thi.-ce yopblll. i. aIlt inderthnthernl ds TteabletnORrifti.-,isiidcahatyiouars conalrmed by the United States Sen- It at some northern city and he is of W. H. Murphy on North Hill, one Within a short time. too, a trans:alan noferia It i -- l-l t y.r1 or lazy ate. fast building up a fame all over the of the finest in the city was struck tic passenger liner will arrive i rn New l wish the ueal acoll,atingaindiJ. W: Tedford, a Tampa carpenter country. Next winter he will return by lightning and burned with most of York burniua oil nlly as fuIl. .dc s dpaP a and their e tdaan ws killed by a fall from a seaffold to Miami with his pets and will also the cItntns anr d for a time the street wbhe her name is known at will i' a Thron last Saturday. He fell only twelve h an exhibit at Palm Beach. The car lines were Iut out of commission. "Bese ave feet, but l falling struck o his head, reptiles are sent in freight cars an A! T pain the e n e d for crew quartelt i rs al b crushba his skul. the long trip to and from the north of thr alli.tor caught by K. I- s of the torpedo beet Cla-. te Clb- e The leading Greek business men of never seems to bother them.-liamii well to leeorate the Independrent ofie iency l il oermoal, tns ftor ten, is Trpm Springs denay the story that NewsRecord. The hide will measure over eleven full h 2u r cent. There at ti Is aolutly til there is a possibility of the sponge in Two ballot boxes. filled with the offll- ft and Mr. Thayer says it is the esi t I he I i li bo mail a airaul rast raoat en M s Ir K. V. Pirae IniaIlt_ NI Yt.o fre
destry ing removed from Tarpon ial ballots, were captured last night rettiet One hae h andled. ln kil!- ionedr. For instance. too. fortn men of free copy of his ickilkt of exracts from Springs to Tampa by Sheriff ll bbs in a well no a ing th gie tor it knoed hint down higher intelligence and skill in an he ndard i a t t l ng The Townsend Mill Company at town store where they hald beer let three tils, and after having been burning ship can take the plaes of 2~ nto hi world-flm nm d In an showStarke has failed and as a conse- by the two inspectors who had been shot in the mroring by Mr. Maxwell. rs. which a a agro t de;t io re -lsbr the mt emineul m. edl mel qgee a great many hands are out of wTtrusted with them by the D ehocLrat shot by Sir. Thayer, its winl pipe s- there is th time navd n T hlle in there is ttc time satd iu tl i) A
employment It is hoped the mills e executive committee. The boeni ered and stuck so that it would bleed up of steam. which meCns muih in 50 YEARS* will oon be again in operation. were taken in charge and turned oerto r death its tail lived for ten hours sudden url enoagemiel. EXPERIENCE Coscdlman Z. T. Bielby. chairman to the tlocratic headquarters. Sher i That is where Mr. Thayer made his E!arld has already uIed c~ils Pi o the street committee, through his iff Hobbs happened to be in the stort mIstake and he says an alligator is his from Burma and New 7Z;al:i:il ano attorneys Landis & Psb. has entered athe time the boxes wrel discover- not lead until it is skinned for about has found thrill of s a l l Il t, Suit against Thomas N. Page for san- rd. He noticed them lying on thi a we.h. In this gator's stomach but we r Ihi ll nete ec.l \ia der in the um of $5.000. The suit is Hoor anl asked whom thev belonged lto wre about two pounds of Iron cast- wart nil will li e iti" itlhti a Tirang Man based pon public statement alleged When told that the had been left lin.-St. Petersburg ldendent tifl lppl t or hi- oi Di euse to have been made by Page. charging there by inspectors Joseplh thttaker A gntleman from Arch Creek was do+iuias would te in a sn, A a Bielby with getting a rake-of in the ald George Hooker of precincts i l6r'irr c tra nd whil sll plits.l lc. t..V ropmw untiel- chlli letting of cnracts for street im- and 35, and that they had gone out for in t he ity yesterday and while sr ir. n is son to ubl i h ea n nRce t Oa provement Stewart & Bly have a few hours recreation Sherit Hobb n an n a man i hich he takO icue with Rear hd- P a tn h 0 C oo g stainig near a ... who L..... jF, c -bi of oil ... d4 m
been retained by Mr. Page.-DeLand decided that she fplatsae cr thw seint on a bench. le stopped fuel for naval vessel Reoft. boxes was in the hands of the rer o Iat these a nt b asalt y passe t u SC*U t J I entot the ogmal ani csaly paser
Preparstns are being made to doire eomlittee. and he according he ik that as a ine WHAT THE K DO i
aseied and turned them one to the oi. The nan on. the bench readily MUl & C New York East Coast Railway between oriami pda oper authotis.--Tampa Tmes. I greed with hint but stated that he Their Unceassing Work Keeps Us and St. Augustine this summer. New The Pensacola cor irenlent of the hadl no use for the canine. and in reply Strong ad Healthy rails and ties will be put in and when Times-'nion says that suits aggregat to the query of the interested one, of- 7. is -. torcca. tadam the rush begins next winter the track ing almost $50,c0. have been brought fet d to sell the dog for $1. Th th I 11 ait r rrthr-e IVaiy Iiios thr.ub Bi r d. will be In fine condition. Mo(t of against the Pensacola Electric ci', man from Arch Creek at once took kidliy. rtter the t. Thiy w orknighi t RUDDER the wor will be done on the southern pany, as a result of the collision of advantage of the offer and handed the and day. When hilbth ty rtlule au HO TO BOOKS end of the road, and iron and ties tw o ars on West Go ermiet street plos ... ower of the log th log tbe amount s rinrisu..f.implre l Ol W Tn
have already been distributed along ten days ago. iu which Mrs. P Wil named. Ie then aoked the man to ioithy me part thai. Inpur matto r is lo c i 4 ut the trckha between Miami and West liams and her two children anl Mrs. k lp te animal until he could step 'ft in the hl*.l This hril n many ds. Palm BeacL.-Miami New Record. J. F. Bykes were injured. the latter in a tore and purchase a chain anl Ius:Lald Iltill -pillnI II ro lkhd- i'
Lang Key bears the proud distine probably permanently. as she is et, llr.a, Ihut when he returned neither ahr, nIrvoi ueR, hi. t i- lrr ki nrhr ntin HOW To o aC a FOR S5 SI t:h Lan na t dollars t d rf lhe 'y-lll alad ,
ton of having the only automobile in a very critical condition. Mrs. i th dog. the man nor the dollar as heingdiin irulc r hr il, ow and wagon read oR the Florida key ltams ha s brought suit in her own in sight The Arch Creek citizen rownin c-.dr e i th ui. n o for a distance of 150 nias between name and ttose of her children for leculed that he waa stung and report- But if you khIep the tittri riilh lu wiiI ha Miami and Key West This is a nearly $20,00t. while Its. SIkes has i the matter to the police.-liami n tnhli with iur idly. o Eli t olhG aL0o r hell rlad. about a mile long, and brought suits for nearly $3l0,Uto. The News-Recordhn M \hu r.ery livin -,n lai St l Ti wiands In and ot among the Coanut plaintiffs allege gross caryele snand ul i o tuPic I. Fa un t: r y I In rit d l a -- n e palms and is really a fine road. Cost- On the part of the couipany aod its Florida's Pecan industry. Iolnd ut ills d l llll .. 1.0 d i -- 0 L'uol Ina sacarely anything to build, just employee, and claim that had the men A dispatch to the Savannah, News ant position I rould ,-t .aIUn ic HQW TO -a a NeCuaeoU r atting sndergrowth away. Ocean in charge of the Park line car exerci- rom Thomasville. Ga. says: yi t iht t iol. it ...u view drive would be a very appropri- ed any care or discretion the) would Dr F. A. Wilso of Poulan. secret d- l nit raklc. lbh iilii y l lr ti. illI ow ro e c -aso onaaso1 SLaO ate name for this ereation.-Miams not have received the injuries. One tary of the National Nut Growers' As Iin t ti tsr ma r l au r .ts Metropolis. car was following another, when the sociatin iewa in Thoniam ville a short l h lll r lFinsly It. i l O' il a Da FLTTei o ianPits
An enterprise of great importance first stopped at a street crossing to lime sterday on his wa, hone front 'it kr tamy t-int.nusallt-ai:antki
to the development and upbuilding of l Mrs. Sykes and Ilrs. Williams Montirello. Fla. where he attended athID cord o 1dietiosT They pr TO n so c OCL vacsr the Lakeland section of Polk county 2th her children to alight. When the convention o Georgia and Florl ach ia d l s ....n ... is now well under way, a party of Ib they were leaving the ear the one Inut growers. Th 1 $1. ACH linis investors having purchased a following it struiok the ri-ar nil at r Wilson thtt th e se .. i s. A tret of 85,000 acres of land in the almost full speed. throing olt th -, o.rl attended a grat d ea, tL t'l I u I i3 l... i'io I- tirt s neighborhood of Lakeland. extending ladies and the two children an. inljuil u!lisht l naistlrd. \ uch altntlt I- i lt ~ northeast toward Auburndale. The ob ing them serionsri. a ilt dtt. ti tl tll e Ir I ti l" THE i d ER PUBL 5 Ccj ject of the purchasers is to promote a lon t.s hing bt i t ut lt 11ilI hs half a s so t s. colonization scheme. ani they will Ls litn aith thi,, --t. I l ,i I -, T seek to have this large t sact settled ,ire Ion the A, 1 i bt i i i i r by a desirable class of innnigrants i orthiiltot i t I t:, Ii "e t0T.from the middle stats. who w-ill i t ,o -, encouraged to lurch:s. m allb r u te, I tr ulsetio u,1a It 1 S to ahnA( make greu. grow Itrl andl beosri ,i hl ahir it.. '. 1, &,F't j I I. permanent honme-buillers. felI Ii t "It i -o,,d 1 I T
Having no other use foil t ,,r c fr th:i cit Th -- ,
the present the extension stcalter tlI Iu d ., e E L: T, s: I ER r PS Columbia, power r.hooner Cit? ot ed highll h ut it
Key West. and four of the largest riisin i, i t I E barges In use by the Company, bate just Iht l tI t G
been sent to Palnt Beach where the r lilhie i to 1-11 iL, it n a F ' City of Key West and bargt-s cill be b, n c -i '-" Innnsen 1h ,. kept for some time assisting in buil in thi -.> l: ar oa. bl Rnars. i.. ing a new golf grounds t to th Ftl e: he noldi tl :'
hotel property and making other ex ,n light on th l Plenty of Trouble You Never Can Tell tensive improvements that have betn his ,uNtin C .
under plan for ame tinlT. Thefr th. ... r . li : KILLTs COUCH was sent through the inland water tollo- lia i- I .. io .a. iiM ANo CURE TRE LUNCS route, the Steamer Columbia. being 1eok. O tl i CUR T LU used to tow the barges whi h contains out ailu i. .. I k I ed several hunredl tard of ur' i u t n nt, o rr n O riir it fe a eWITH n s brought up from the keys for use iTlr, .r nsw.r "oIt T r i
C S RII New Discovry
the Improvements, and after deliver dar for to ars n- , A S O R IA NewD scovery ing the barges at their destination she tilYgran gon oier i t ~ i or Inftn i l l will be returned here and Ient back mon hae u itdb sd hu.. to the keyw The City of Key Westf knou'd it Toul.l Th K-. V F R C 0o. I,, o will be maintained at Palm Beach handy tee a ciib,-. tar- T Br she UZh w I Li R TROT LLuu Mantl the work has beaen comtiletred- IanraSt I t t, fg Iho fillr Ato ONE arnDND A imi e tseopoli. Boltr Still abs Of -&gflg' 11hH7y



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rWmED=VEBTrmM o MNG met at the court house in TitusVille. ri ots ih l Perhaps No Medice in the World Junel,1908,at2:00p.m. Present, J.P. r Has Relieved More Cases of armacmro.atermaw R.A. Conkling,ehairman: T.A.Rob- E1Aom, nol Has Releeo More Cases oT TJn na J R.T smith, 12o Catarrh of tr- Stamach Than .Ad r iow ..n. d m inson and T. J. Cockshutt and J. R. wo .o ukueona.. Miot, with A. A. Stewart, clerk; J. P. sruw,,o orcorohmousgroud Pc-a J.P.Brown, sheriff. TituaillEkiir bi hCo.t, ligh--. 210 The Symptoms ,f Stomach An Unfortamte Feature The minutes of the last meeting W i. Parker. p. jail and t. boise 2
The primary campaign which will oftheboard wereread andapproved. W. Moaier, painting'1elM. 1u Catarrh Are H*sin, ss Ate
n to a lase next Tuesday hande- The treasurers report, with de- Ri. rErsoEngine C.. n .....Eatng Sor
w dped a few strange features in posit certificate attached, wasreceiv- Jis ithard S. jail . of the StomJil, Su gil
stated motevery peron n- ed and checked up and paid warrants F. L Brady a Br.. md furj il. Bowels.
meted with politics will be glad that destroyed. w. S. mld. vrpiam rn 9 lIs R. B nui. med.r wprin-,e 1 9
struggle will then be over. Order No. 9, passed at the April iiooilne Pb srv-a c t. o prinm. ;is
m who have been on the friend- meeting of the board, 1908, relative J. cr r jal E11 A .W iCK.
liest'teram foryers, and havestood to capturing manatees is hereby re- ............ DENVER, COL
else toeach otherinapoliticalway. Sided. R..Inl st. m uta ho. 4__ :co C .
e eadraged and are pp- Application of Snell Hendry, of Jit limse. nm I In AV D NA ~I
be ab sucher i U I:} PRUNA FOR
anor and as though vigorous City Point, to capture a manatee to ... y -CATA- OFTHE 5TOMA
aeand a though belonging to exhibit at his place of business at W. E ;oldomith. oolor .ro L,a, f 1aQ T
oposiar political parties. Many City Point, was granted. Jss P itcsson. l ,. m AND IT HA5 HELPED ME,
of good intentions have bee Clerk's report of tax redmptions nu oc ct. our l
mjymrepreewted. and thei p rhe monthof May, 19 was 11 O. h0 V, o 4
vate as well as their public life du- rE.i t ht h.. rt, pol o.o ,dtluut I t
received. C srarano. strod,mio&c ME dled s though -they were more Clerk's reportof fines and forfeit- s .on trern...a... t SOiE OTHER STARTLING TETIMONIALS.
th political renegades, and all for res during the month of May, 1908, E. 1 on, freya A 0 R.1 EICK ,, ,-I 1o t 1 r a whatparpose? A.A. Stato r-p ofLL tr p.. I y o nth .t lever ledi e, Pruna. i i
M n stand in iazem et a the --o..1 n I ,. ,t r wroi te Or- Ulro .I. 'Sandat Reports of Justices of the Peace i. U & Fort, rep. .- r0r. rh 7 75 r tio mande against ca dates W. R. Roesch, L. K. Myers and Chas. Eulini1& -or, p. rls llr 1. i 1 L.
whom they have known for years, H. Nauman were received. oA -v 1es. 1.. I Lr aei lt-wellt knowing that such c eF E. o. reeilotro mul .. Chre" c OtS'nr ea t Cbterh t ego .n5 --aso
well knowing that such charges have County judge's report of fines and W. a. org ... stomach trouble atrr of d ad
title or no foundation at all, but forfeitures during the month of May Smih,.nd roZ or2 ......... ,
w hich too easily in fluen ce the cred o. 1 8, w as re e ived Jw.P io l & d r wo r 00 0r ur e t0 lO y rr r,- t . L
aBond of H.C. Smith to carry a it ..eLumber iNml r for to t nL rl
vote one way nor otate of Smith & Wesson pistol was approved .k n. -.-..i .. a.
h;L I ILL,- I n I L, r tilc c c
This is an unfortunate state of ao- Hut .
fars and may well bedeplored by and permit issued. ". .o. i e a0 ,h ,..
-thinking The permit issued to Janie Row- Afthar Loney. A It, I all onslentious andright and on Oct. 7th 1907, to carry Har-I C.. .. i ,, ,,,,: d ,,o rc rh, r
people. rington & Richardson pistol is can- E.L yd& B 5.0, oo o, o 1 rl, he t i ur0l r ... .
It isto beboped that before an celled the clerkito notify her n,- IOl-0 0-rb Ioun ith dl".n 00 L .. 0 ,
other primary comes around thof such action and notify her to re- Picrd 1A, ., l. rtl ,, ktn t
astute men of the hour in Florida trn permit to the board. .,h.. 1I dr WOJ, ,
will provide a remedy for the pres- turn such permit to the board, s audWuperin- Io.r th. k. P ru.
Report of R. J. Dunnam, superin- -AnL r ll r I r ILI~ e entevilsof the priary system, and tendent of the poor farm, was re- AthrylW..ou. aod k n h o-n Iri. pehi-. b. f t1 rl ..
thatafternetweek mewho are ceived. Saidreportshowsthat$10.- J. (. Suim o tean, o, rt, 40n 1- 0 dd -..0Vo p""phlt r. "M -'oio.. o .. ...
wrangling in hot debate and appeal 76 worth of produce was sold for the J. sI h li . nc i .1 wa. rec m emeo,,i e m h.-i Ias
will again assume that role of peace poor farm during the month of April tIIo n i a iad h alin rI -0, 1t to ,r-aco le r-l eo a u i t e n h A r r 1 H ;inm r kooe r g e d f Isr uh rLit t e ,I andgood will among men and stand 18, d amount of produce old loarliton. booo oh! 10.'. 0 rr00 5 .0rm. 1 1908J and amount of nduroduein ,lt untihitlIr. a rab
united in the good work of progress during the month of May, 1908, S. trd ,, o!rlon. nod r .in ir t
and development for Florida. .illountig to 8it$6.19. .. '. o c b,

Feels Considerable Concern ReportofE.W. Hatl. tax colle tor Fi., onr r 0 to I on th ar0 a Fu,, utslro PrU ,
The Tampa Triune feels onid- reporting that he had 0nt cotleote e s Rl'.r, 00 ) 0 ,,! k'00. c o 00 ol ri or rW iur .. .... The TMPa Tribunefeels any licenses during them:onth of s,.,ot.lo o ..oi o, r t.. ort win rto. :PLooo erable concern on account of the May, 19098 was received. F.h Po0ple who Object toLuMd Mdi n Should ta Peusa altt
presentpoliticalattitudeofitshighly After this date the board will Jo-rLRdick. r1 wo rk
esteemed contemporary, the Jack. ch rg, f o f for each perh- Ioh n-1 ,rt k
sonville Times.Union. Will it he re-m h.0,, capur 0,a0.,,,, 0 ,, ,, 0, 0ii R. )I 1 Ie S C( L E h- 1 EP. l,
dentn a hi mit is ul tomptu- a hrJnat oh n". RO LLIN S CO LLEG E
garded asimpertinent, asks the Trib- The clerk is instructed to keep a no,,t won, oT. o 3 PFlorida's Oldest Gollego
une, if weask why that excellent record of hunting ticenses i-utl and F a to f right on rvi tilse, r.o s ofL ic, 1 pr on o 1 r ..
and generally p atriotic journal ha he w ill be a.lo w e d I 5 c nt s fo r the "0 'i l a 0 0o o.......,.,0 o i t0 0. .O7J tr, 0un .
so suddenly abandoned its warfare reh ord of each permit isued. JR 1 athes So p0 i ions fr orr n l; d 0 0 e t l.oa ..
tireerd of each 1writ iL ,uedllr[W gl i on Napoleon Broward just at the Tax collector's report of poll taxes -00 o- Lro. .oOLI.f[ o ,l I Ioo co.Sl 00........
critical moment when it rests in the collected during the month of May, JA I iuunh l "6 ,,
balance whether the great state of 9, for the year HIGW, amounting I. I z* o u *o can t t e- I
lorida is to be represented in the to 71.00 was rceld, and checked T s a ir r' Lu ....
UnitedStatrnateabya dmagguge a he with th tax, clk etr, tub al vi 2w I. 0 Win F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D. Winter p.
without genuine political classifica- fou d e rret. i -t 0. hio, Ii
tio or by a sterling Demecrat tile Too lectorlortfol taxes Li L= L-10 l It Seod Pm Ea osMt-v
Duncan U. Fletcher? To which the doog to o,ooth of t '," li-''- '--,tE j00 lbn 6 90
Gainesville Sun replies as follows: May. lk10, for the ovar 147, -t LIL June too
The "present politicalatetitlde" amnting tJ 7 ce r t n. ,, a
the Times-Union wa explained in a,,nd 1,h0 kcd '000!, 0't ,
the Sun of last Sunday Brother Sto- ar d h0h ko au w I, ,
vail. A certain "interest" inFor, ida t ir 0u0 a h X AX m to N
had rather se Broward r 7tio i ; t h, L wt t
thereby it will blhfit .ooeI,'' ro Ti i h. r, .. ..
ferro, and the alnged sai" t t i 0 N I
roborated by of th il,- ;p :, t ,
in Florida. I t. .. t I t S...... i; ...11. A ll [ ,

False ccu ition I.ITUSV ILL I .
henchmen af 0 rn.r i:A K 0 UN E .
beencirculatingtherepo rt haf Ian- t I. : . .
can U. Fletcher wa, an intidl. i Death W On Ha H a
report ad sti tOO 00 boo- 0 ... . . Fire Insurance
report was a lie ont it fa, a i L :. i b .
demonstrated the ch.aral ,rf h.
men who "ptsdLI it a;ltn... i o B r
Fletcher ha fior years ien a t 1r'11 e .
ofStet,n university. and y pr- I;, i& .TU, i.. i L .
son of comono n .nsekn,w thato,in[y aT ot -ermi i L: t
, achristian w-ould te electt,l to l. g, .rt..f IA r .t r .
a position. Rev. Dr. Htlbsh of olo- a i 0. rd.. ,-. cr0 unt h IC. mIs 00 0 i0 "0 It

Gainesville, and others brand the r aw fine. rsan, m Juyat th png shu'h No.c 0 m a ,c
port asfalseand without foundailten. k" h n0 i t.t o at o 000 0 0. In.a m

Referring to the report that e ,v- ovr ne a 1'i'" J" l,-i fi...... ... .. "0-,,Robbins h l Irahar,, Gm
ernor Broward is to remove from A The a t a ,il r ani t 0u,rir- -L, al 0 I l th i n t ho, liso l a ol too \o o 'o Ir ar hr ,l ,oo .r t i, i Jacksonville in case he should e pros ed srn warrants onr.l too be t I nert aga ihn orut ork la 0-. t0 Br, a t, rotrr Flui .
d ran r am Jnup t i elected senator and thus not b in da n ir 0r.o J t at tp hed he ra o( i h o t ko.
the wa of Senator Ta;iaferro t.o n 0 0 T For a prai, .A l 1e ii Ihl, r ,, years hensee, a citizen of Jaeksonville lo. tIc .tl 0. o,,, L'oo,,0 o-0 v0.f 't odoaoo o-, r oo ,.,,
asked one of Browards porters T. A. .,oo, th a-111,0, 0.0 n-gl.o 1i'o bo
if he really thought the gVeror T..' o. A
wooldreiove'to someother place,t OooO Olthb 0000 0,,0tlo, tot O'a'tttft o..oontobO 0,000000, Sot PRICES TA Soo .-i W i I
whereupon the Browardmanreplied: P Boo ailn 00t Ien- 10 T Io, ,.n.- oo t
"Yeabe'd move to h' if he thought, AmA S. noosnol. rul t I0. v- or ,ll 11 ,-n O. tloooo,.-ooooo-.tolt, A. A *t Eo oRT,
he ould be elected U. S. senator by I A nrO.ndc. 00. ..o *0d ru0 .00 0.-fil- 72 00,00000000, Clerk Rot (0050 1.urt ndoln m 0 0 00

S doings90o." .. "- Leor -14-.00lt...h r. I"" +A F. .-.... .00 .



People will smash the State Machine


I hla lof re. I have none to boast The campaign will be over in a few
= = 1w ah iMe who trih-that I was not bond or
-au tre~wlnte h-atiowasn bnk orrait- days. Fletcher has continued his clean
Sl.- Of the epen of my min.
mmeR d ar to y favor ese campaign. He has not abused or villified Iwwt y.o g to povey or laek of wealth.
stam % tht h dght thousand dollar or misrepresented his opponent. Only ih tino a- ea ther a t fElaloer t. t anem 19,00 votes out of 53,000 were cast in the t ab thing t pr ondo his mahie to beB a hana -?I-w ts s t- first primary for Governor Broward and ed b rinq leglabty rongreos thing to tlack -a t to me the ppin power his machine. Both Beard and Lamar are of g ir b fiad tfrsu and to take care of to whm jM aire ~ obliatio of a political or financial now for Fletcher. Eighty per cent. of

BROWARIS MACNE-HOW rr WORKs their vote will come to Fletcher in the
Gow. Brward ashemnesarlyf yeas inoffe boikHag next primary. No one questions this. sp rl fcli l terest spoelyr has fntmne t There can be only one result. The peo:SSlia rm Aia t, a reslait the fact that pie will win their fight. Fletcher will be ,m oaoalb ma actively etioneering for him in
mau e ny s a t=e tAmonhi oenbkn elected. Let every Fletcher man be acmsppotearme farcomvict inspetors. a foodand dg in_tte,. ma seof feed store ad fertizers, the state tive and vigilant until the votes are countarmhars of nval stores inspetors, the super-sing
et of asstethe chairmanandamemberofthe ed. SEE THAT EVERY FLETCHER eat of eaonrol, nmerom dredging employees and ad e ttme asn armyof minor state offer and MAN CASTS HIS VOTE. ;p 6.7: ih eve tate detetive (for whoe api teap ther i n legal authority), who is traveling ever State eeetioneing for Bmaod. hese oiers and
d a reiiaslaries averaging not Itn than fifC "ddlla" "r each and their expenses. The emtitim of Florida boohits the governor from being a ei astoondnlelt. Thiwaoto prevent jut suh Sme very bitter and untruthful statement ha, S e* peitis. Bt the governor is using the miname methoe to gt ielf elected States senator. been made about me in the last few days by some overWHAT BROWARD WANTS zealous partisans of the governor appointees of and
After all, itee to pop that what Governor members of his political machine. I ask the people of rwamd want in nt the we of the state, but office for Florida to take into consideration the fact that these ar, =,not the good of the "great-heaeed" people. t p0. and inOlence for himself. the to nothing but campaign falsehoods. sprung at the last moffiice ,ee of the state for his fries and supjtr n Wtl Democrats of the tateo of Foridna tnd ment when it was known that I w-uld not have time to an? it p ible to e sa re wer. The people of this state will t approve of such toe falZd ?the tte? It i now for the Demorts
4 Flu to deide whether or not they will endorse such uarmthods UNCAN FLTH ote a macm- metho.


Brevrd County School Board (,$3.0a), Supervisor (steen was in- every citizen to advise and consult
Tneboado pbic i~tnrtio strueted by the board t. give the with his friends and neighbors upon )
The board of public instruction matter his personal supervision. public question and candidates: andr
Thetax tor fdhi reporThe bids fr addition to th Eau s Istrongly feel that Mr. Fletcher
with the ard, Gai school building not binhowin sat i b Bearr better s For Fletcherqualiied inToo r Jo ROYA. B
polls paid duts the monthof Mae T factory. the matter was referred to pect than is Governr roward for 198, viz 71 fr Chairman Arnold for furthrfor 1 Flsi- the enaltr d position to which they

Treasurer's rei.t o M r y I a it Mr. Fletcher the fl
found correct and redeemed war- eratin. reb thi pu en an l t r. F Uhtr the rants cancelled and filed. Adjoul mr ined t meet the first n" tele ra i a ,ove quot ed, and I shall The tax es letow r u iet d his report day in Jun In. un n itatingity give him pluuhli I-ll

Nelieti er it hi ca paigno iN in my s ipo-fi
with the board. same showing list if Beard Is For Fletcher Too .Js .. j R e
Polls paid during the month of M a r i n stri r in ii. t to I
1908viz ,rl hiand7.s fr... hat.. i z- jo 0 r ,O . ..... ... C i tC
em -- -i muistv ate i thy rit r, LED nearest oppAR
e is te b enr r r o w k i l h airs I -* i r v t r u ht r r e s ui. d
t E. wik ral.vic de' lby N,- vt m i t f the Railroadtesin first

.I. Pri r n i-n -pplie- Ns anL l
iWerinsv. 'oI ssi 11 .,n, primary. and secured .1

are.e.. intonwr : e,, f, r anI e th, r, t sion forSIX YEARS, and-T I,
ilJohlt lkert l:s pt -or T- majoritto ur plurality du
T.,iaisuehs o h a iiL l l~riitm iinv rie, tl- t I g-111. a2A
B. ld diem and mile Tai uport to it f the twCITATIOTaIEl T amiliarE T \- th I R F

coe & ooks, News ppo torw h t t I tLIoh; at N111l, tlr ELi,: i' ofi
S ell i ai f,,r 7. F i> n-t lvi-counties.
AEiiiei.ei h e .testirN l ii -'-liiv

d- .....-----equipp to rve the people F Hasbeen SEC REIR

Johm Walke- l l i Nfht. de k s i- idif the R ailroad C oim isJl a. H e, L&wrl in. for ernor Broward and Mr. Fletcher Nr
Mer. s.aat Oteen, sup. ervisor of be-t inte hoest a r ii t sion forSIX EARS. ani altr aen nips, roe li it .it Ill I; -i i ii iinn ns sstv

school .1 r nteda propos F nn tin
tn rom Mr. P. Conkng tore- and when s nt the telegram t interest on anNOT is familiar ith the ork
.0. theen at i Good serviceand good tracks.rnd ri
a. J. aI. pe .od &-a TI, bt r ee I" i.. t ". 1 -o f
Soe es Ph i hln do uht tter tlt. Working with Interstate Commerce Commission
bid ----- -----------, equipped to ereI the peopdeif Flor I H I I '
h Walker, anid wl bar o d in the sen!cto th nit tat. for fair rates on shipments into and out of State.
aCl t ns"W"pe o Li ii i Fiv milisv it tof berhieadfL -y f Iild.p r
John Heary. L j. t., s5. i plitical acquaintaniewith lti ib,--- ernir Broard anl Mr. F terl I
To5- [ Oam tirmly convinced that it is tit TheT I- 1. Only reasonable rates, railroad and express, con.
Mr. S.A. Ontern, spervisr of 1 h t interest of Florida toi elect Mr. i si-l. iiir iS~ I: oiOsi
teofrl NoM. 19, P Conlin t r t th tclri til rs ii sistent with good service, good wages, and fair
tion rm Mr. P. Conklin t and whe I se d se 0 sv' interest on an honest investment.
seh ol building and Fxtletcer I was ted, asI h e
eliine the present half acre lot for awav been in public affairs byi. i ..-h..ii. b-n Ii....i.-! .s.l in
atrt obtaining one acre thus gsv. whet I believed to be for tr best in- I,,
ug more payrounand a beteV terest of my native state. I repeat 11 bs-a ...i iti- so
~oina, Te board accepted Mr. that I o reC .A .0 TEWAr. 3. Working with Interstate Commerce Commission
Casking's ofor and will bear one- dictate to or control an' m=s vtte i-It a, i for fair rates on shipments into and out of State.
half the etpenae of moving building! but I do believe it to be the duts of ii i i-


was revived from the national com- gquaely for wean Iage, hlding the rains o the GuneaM home & mttlee that year. but dai that It n that e y wana had t right to e ed in the xpoare or the long iit m paid any money to bOhto Bryan a l reop her bet fcaltes. to sedne shmlal rm as He says that al he A. C. npi *~lO telegram aid that If It wereaw d and to msat d ba b eld wr teo wae pt to dath by ad Millio ng S t NI WO W that any of RySl' money was co she might select a fat her r hi latering eboral hydrate ln their fod -Aers l s the wk a treated directly a ldrctly beoa rew n o terms oeln l and a lneet and the use of chloroform nd a kntie omerlden te refr ei Se that every dollar of it was M equality. Dr. BnrreIll of Boaton. the to cut the heart. The only part he bad world. ad oe a turned ayor Dahon admitsa that new pre det of the aselatio, took in the deeds was in the bryilg of te lom erp o rac he spent Si15000 that campaign. LOmg nd n favorof edueaing th victims with the aid of tramphere. for ar and is the grea i Sa ft'f Talk on GreQ t crticie. public as to general hygiene and anae- which he was amply paid He bt S kOL arod is the og nie a The o afe i dy nde of sc r to ang this an the duty oM first dt the wono thruill matri tie i he .r The fatume, te In Crn B ril t of War Taft at the Grant tomb medical profealo. The aolre or dld monlal oded iorti h u t s reprwh- is o!r,+:+* the tlu I l 4 b Compromise Currency Bill Be- N" York. In which be reviewed the ptes of the aeociatton commended ntIrle hrelf to be a os; iier th:lit b s ar of the great general and sth the ere tlon of n eommlslon to watch an ,ifred him work 00h o ih '[p O h. P~ ~ dt i>+: I so g e'p-.ll other come a Law UpJn Failure of an without oaittlng reference to the and oppose legisintion against vivisee More Cctteo Leak Ini:tments. t P o r
La Follette Flibuster, Which Iowa early loe" drinking babitA l tiI n.i -1-0 rst has cowe to for oharp cerith-lm To Pace A n n Paemn. u i I..,. Ended the Session owa on the part of the Grad Army leaders. The government humigratlon btreo P
Stand Patters Return Alison. while maty otlies questioned the taste has metken to hud work on faros t S ew f r I.
ef tlhe pocrvediug. That his intention in New Jersey. New York and New in 'oi',- 1an- I -or' l Taft's Reference to Grant's was to point out the subo luent Eong!ad for 1,0i or more alen lmml- Thtol re lP, !I. t., f-,r
sata Poeaa 1,such Re- rngth or ant in 7to:i-risg hit ga-Ont who are ow ekig out a preea- a hiile-i l S ;i: i:i ]: I. :.. li I Weakness Causes R eao said iry Taft i his ton o t elfeotse In New York city. The i\ 'e' di ini ill"ii i4i
sentment-Bryan Repudites defense lis friends charge that the plan is to send out return postal ealrds itunt h riei ,ls th Han i I,, ai
Ryan's Campaign Gift- oDrey outr in workel up to injure his can through the rural delive ry iute to,-hr r ,- a 'rS Ryan's Campaign Gift--Drey- tl.e a tl bo holders offering to supply farm 'hat lie ;o-,mr. e .I. -4 i,.ll
fus Shot During Zola's State Hearst Gains Falling Off. or domestic help 1l on t eng o an e sFuneral-Prussian Socialists the m"' nt of the notes Io the S. Kitchens For East Sid. t n, t-i ir, i l '
New York iatswilt.y te-lon went on I At last the Ne York ehool authorH, to b h:tj inpirel oie-r I Is-r iici ios Elected--Free Soup Kitchens before the Inct the ote ofinn-ra in th have been roood into action by iole -n to "d.,lr to i I e i
Opened In New York the llent vot was les. and some of the sgns of distress and hunger on the in.
Opthe 'axes gave a few votie to Me- Pet of the children of the met aa Pierce Must Face Tea Court.
Clellan. whose parents or providers a out of The Ini tl Sts s:.r. l. .llr I: l
PO L TI C L Debs Plans Bi Campaign. w. work. Statistics gathered by the pub ilmisred th- app Ib, i i i i While io New York Euogile V Dbs lie school superlntendents showed d cl Piere-. lprL;t I i, \:: i:er t gare to the pess a fortil lt;:-meot a terrible state of affaiLs that a :im p Currency Compromis a Law. .f ls pans for the liluist en ing was called andg a ,o!mi,
Faking advantage of the fact that paign, ra31)i that be would i,,io at named to organize the relief b \ ,[m
Senator Gore could not see that enutoer 'hieago. tpt. I. h: active canva and establishing kitchens and : Texf r iStone was not present to co pro with woitld tour the country. lie sill they distribution for food. In s.l se re -e
the libuster a oainst the nomprnmlise world te -ha f00 o tno salrtWer nol the chiMrea have fainted io In hu1t he
earreny bill efore the sil. itll that the tontess of larinhk was n es after admiltinog that they b::i I- A 1*
ntor Aldrieb moved the nul vote and ,om!rg to assist He -tllel :str tion nothing to eat before l-aving their mi> t
the bill pasid the snare. 41 to nt leo the more ipractlil sln comIprhni rable "homes for snheol n evera ,n ri for St,,
Repbl an vol with entire ll e programme of his party tb: ~,r boys onfe that they had not etn a r o I Demortts a1tls: ad admittlt that the new era of Sw anything for two days. The wor of p rjr i t ad no It ialism would he pplronehed hy grad relief I led by the women superinten t erats for It This al reforms He sld that neither of cents and the onie woman member odf ubiIls0anyhnld l*t made the djolrn the old party lines were solid as of the school board Di iloeniusou .io ment of i ogre:5 yore aud that te Sotanlists would poll Handbook of Child Labor. H Imv I, Stand sible a1. more than lttl0O votes this year. The IllS itaidbIhook of Child I.a: ari wi President Roosevelt
promptly sigtnedthe Georgia Turns Against Smith. telislation'" h:s lcu issued by th y of Nw or in other .0t I hi bill. The tilibuster Josetb M Brown. whom r.vernor National Cotnst;merw l[ee. t it s : 0im i retrailt of trade or in ~ila had been started the ke oti llhof rGeorgia reoietd fol pied by Jourphin l Gi d ulal rklol ;! tio n i.f 'llla tw of Tr:or. I: P l: Tw'o -)-es oe.. day before adjourn- the othie of railroad coomissioner. contai urt foratio of t IiS ci uln- rs i ment by La Fol. was ounminated for governor of the the present status of chill r ws mated that his ,- elil wo uld have oth b ltte and, despite slate In the Demioratie primtry by a the sever-l stalls, reucentlo ani woay to delhy e trl.tiii.. L'iere b T the anger of hil Re. maJOrity estimated at 25.00o over len t form fIr~ r I-ee r li tO Is len.itayin at ZNe York on $20 publlcan eoll saguo 8mith after one of the hottest am- this handleook can lIId fro:ll til o Ill cndili the dcisiol enraltorlPintte he demanded quo pagns the state has ever known. The lies of the Ieaigle at lili East Tw nty Pirate Exporte In Honduras.
arm and kept the senate lo session all result is regarded as a victory for the seoodl steet. New York It is als F. (;. a iley, former lpresldet of the
night breaking all talk records by railroad and Iliquor interests, both of printed In con:lrtion with the MIay New YIrk Export Shipping company. C C Lt.
mdl the ioor continuously over which were against Smith on account issue or the Alus of the hAmerica who- reo-etly skipped from New Yor, F
eighteen bhoar. In tyag to head him of his reo rd In sling the prohlbl- Academy of I'olitioal and S ohlal t. on he steamer Gooldsro. which he G:,rI
R Vle Pnlsident Fairbanka employed tin law and in regulation of the rail- ence hadll purchase and loaded with 0.000L S It g d
the famous Reed le of counting a roads. He had also stood for o egro worth of stolen goods, has been located while t, ni ar t :
qoram when the Democrata present disfranchlse...t. atso was to MISCELLANEOUS In llond whre he aged to get ch.p I p
refuad to answr to the roll calL Also cause a defection in the farmer and posseO.l of a country estate, although atepa were takeL to limit debate. oot labor vote trox? Smith. general alarm had been sent out for
trary to the senate traditions. Election Dallt For Cubae. Chancellor Day Under Fire. his dintlio v!rit.lly o aplrte Now AN OLD ADACE
The Anal ofcial total of the es Governor Magoon has deeel Sept I'rofessor W!lim'Kent. dean of the the Amneriao rtate d(leplrtmnot has
alon's appropriations ln $t.IA01MI I as the date for the mooiipal and a'oilege of Applied Slie.ncs of Syr- ialledl upon H loilrlll to eldf SAYS -Ia. Retuma Allisn Agaii. provincial elections In Cuba, the of- cause university. il0 a signed statement lA light p
United Sates eantor WUliam B. A- et.als to he chosen being a gov'roor ,hrel that Chancellor Day haa b B k tr gght puet C a heaP cur Leal
thma the veteran Republon ftoom Ilnd eight counllneu In t ar h provide glt o ly isholost mul,'ournt of the Tohe purpo of th American P i Sikkoes makes a light pur .
lowa, who recently celerated his net- and mayor and aldermen for the towns. university and that his admiolstraion ushert assalation to present book The LIVER Is the ssat ui al
Ity-ith birthday and cpletlon of Thi wll b he belong of the end calls for rigid investigai Tbi i their pr ed teth ol 1i dlease.
bli thlety-llh year tn the a n was o m A ian nterention. for the pres- u00o0e o ra hitter gnteersy. during the n.l.s:iichas ero finally ups
again chosen i the party primary by Iditial eleettons are set for DtoR. I which Day asked Kent to resign. Keot by t, de -1 or the spre o
about 10.000 majority over Governor and the inauguration is set for Feb. refused hd, t now the trustees have J in I in the st a brought by Cmmins, and all the stand pat cand formally dlsmiil-d him, along with crll.nrs atln. bl -Merrll ga;lnst R dats were named. A notable hane Professor ('iCrdullo of the same college. t. tlary & o of New York. The in the delegatoo to congress l the de- E XECUTIVE Jeff Dvi Day In th e South. coir hls that the copyright law doe
feat of Hall, long ehalrman o the om- The one hundredth aunivereary of not pIrt. -t the publishers of a book in go to the root of the whole eatmlttee on military affairs Condition of tha Treury. the birth of Jefferson Dav, president the ri-lgh to sell cvpes of it. The claim ter, thoroughly, quickly safely Maryland Demnats Divided. The treasury statement for May of the Confederacy. was celebrated wans made that the cut price seUler and restore the atlon of tbc
The Demoerate state eoooenteoo at shows a deficit of $11.8o1sl as tiom throughout the south June 3, and at wIre gn lity of "contributory tnfringe- L.ILER to normalcondition. Sialtimore voted down rneolutions in pared with a surplus nto Mt. 1IT. of Richmond a monument to his memory mnt" by inducnlug publishers to violate
structlng legatea fo Bryan at Den e 8.5752."1 For the eleven nths of by the south was turned over to the the rule or the asociaton. This was (ive tone to the st stem and
er, although a strong rattion of the the fiscal year the detrlt amount to city. deneld by the court solid flesh to the bods.
convention demanded sueb a course StiD0&f.L The National City bank Cornell Athletes Lead.
Denaratio pi In Idia. cirelar anticipate a deficit fo the iu the Intercollegiate games at Phila- RO Itke No Substitute.
Amid ree wr igle two different year o f 175.00000. or the largest In telphis the (Cornell tak team ranked E L I G IO U S
onvetons were carried on in thesame any on year since the civil war tirst. Pensylvana seon Yale tird
ball at Twino Fall where the Demo- Evans on Our Naval foota. and Harvardr d fourth. The Christin Socialist Con tBS BE on
rate of Idabo assembled. and two full The report of Rltr Admiral Evans Deaths. The naLool .. oen:lo f the o -i IBEdelegatlons were eltrd to go to ieo- .n te .o......tin. .o of the htl La noo Former United tlte. Selmtorms i 01- i...i. .I FLORIDA TiMtSi-UNION
ver Thlle Moemon futtlio was in the Iten publisbtl as a senate du unwnt I Jones of Arkanoas died at his r,, I ha I g : ,
suddle. but their opponents. Ied by e- It orini in all -. tials the trll- W hngol n home June tie was the ::- ase : The ireesr State Pper
Senator Dubos. refusd to submit cisuic lasted I- lcenr teclrdahl il mlalnager of the two Bryan cmopaigni. hi I T ,
traage Oregon Situation. hi Inl ag zine article hi wants the sr Ilto Ier Reld, the UotPd Ibrtoe :l. I t Tr t I- a I.
in Oregni tile rlemarkablh poiiiical I.- high, r ,lu t ,f the watur ad theI a rond raled bUilhr of na. kuo a he Sm.We0v Ime-t*ni0o did
ooutome f theo e c ltititole and irit f Ia ,r ,'eLtl as ilr .\ swIii a I benefactor of Newfoundlaud ,i Ii ltf di fr l ouio
ernodem lawo is he 1ituialtion of a e'is-lin ,i'ln" is r-iy'ieni-it ro dield at Montal June -i ,
lh-mocrrat, t;over.or 'haolilain. for a Initi i"s are t sw T nral 1l I Ir ir Redvers Bl, ir. the Brit-. I: i
the It ild Siaties .tute hl di the ple I:il al h an I I- is pi t on1 tsi i- Ii -.l1r priin:nlt il e It liUe r.
lIhn of a Il lulloanr Irs lnltu-, 'f It;.I arm.r :iln s th heiglt of t, ..'- iii lo Tn.l. o hl 2 i
..enlt r o.f which I philied to ablide "ild d- -iI IS-U ion.l iill fit
b Ith p rimies Is voting for a New Gunnery Records. LEGAL-CRIMINAL I
ntor Chamberli's majority lver his sti reards ot the tar-t pract L
r-ebilan opponniabo t i Lutlk u ti u!. tis 0t Magali-na bty
tie hI le .cn ti I ib. d o ernr 1us it I rl o el f u-l, has M-Ns.Iol Hlad For Lbi.
Roosevelt Checks Stampede. er )i :,:: 1 th, piit y .1 .t. 1 u1
t inou thl ird ti erIm o- aske b a Len -T 11 ::'1 illy inlcrt, d I tb bat. r te t ,
so'tilhed, t ,e u IV t iinia -s Iy I lri rwa e-. 1,
.When it Illur e iunlsid that un efIort "i ro the ,- the ltb in Aelio 1 10o- I 1i. ,
lwulk to in'd' to t intiede the state th* irnis th-I Il'itnz.- tn ini uiu : u. 1r0:it. :J Tire s ,.
II lellian condition for the prtsi. Ine g nat ca and tl e Prry in th- B a .Ti
degn Iettrr w aenut from the Wlhito torpedo btt otclast o ma1 I i
ousre 0to oae of the slate leaders say baii ;,id $1.1, ii t lann ry t r -I
lg tt t .0 fie...d ot mioe will coo.. ... I t or ..- f llriill-........ot m esiin
inr. effort. t ominoate the preTl SOCIOLOGICAL norir wr1 dt4 d nChamberlain's
dent it s i toIi hai to u I e 'r -- --- ,-: ef -i-I o l W 7a
etive to .Le-king the movement Doctors Disuss Induatrialism..Co Ased enns AccCmp cholera and
sThe or t not m Ta ile bow-I!: 4P, f, .f the pre-lt day Tld- Slt ti A!toi i.:03 Diarrhoea an Sd
S ever ory if siwel to entor luto economic Id.. bnu ie ,i-li tilu I r- I Im Diarrhoea medy
Did Ryan Aid Bryan? oltllp k-n ilh men amse up for an the written ilsiu :n : ; : o t In fact in most ca sr .e .
The latest card played by the cor- ;:lailg before the Ihiago meeting of the latter pl!,e iy Julins G I l: le hid t l o nd
aervatire. or anti-Bryau, faction of the ee Auerinu Academy of liedicine Ir aliasn Innth;an i, l- i rthe kir ill hiue n1 i an.
Democrat In the statement, published tvt,nl of the male physiianJs de uge. d g arginT kfd o1f ba l im iut i i @t
rat in tbe New York World. that plored the fact that "too many women an aciomplii Is the murders r-.1r: l eusrt : apl.y th tleacln 0 I tr i
STomas F. Ryan contributed 0.000 uomsl thenmwse s to forsking home ..d by \I Belie Uullur s ad iLt i J-is to the ordiary afie of li r year.
tothe Nebraska campaign fund In 19 life for work in shops. stors and fae Lampbere at the L.apurte f :ra ;uru With this sp)rit it ks to peri. a In lnthC wrld. hItury: nI
whn Bryanwa reao for Isator tories." land one said that the inrt of of Mrs. Gunues. mentioning thr te, lhu hro r Inag t n ., he evel met th g:I"" w
It wa asserted that this money was e.ants and housewives was disirpt na- and dtle of strothb mu r,1f rt by Lth kW pa pr what he and bs
p i to Bru bMtb--law. Allen, ing society. .A woman d~co!r. Hele. inluilitg that of H ee PRICE 25 LRGE SIZE 5
ai l letter ldmitsl that som monel C. P.tuam of Provdl ce, caIUe ott us-y, the diOvery of whure wd in Cwotiued u pagr

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li~ ;: ;:('c ..- s.ini a d armed
iM;-i Mwit'i Iro:n 1 i.. The deck was
!;::r ::!-'d. and t'ie hatches were fa.<-
tened d--wn to prevent the steerage
passe-igers from joiniig forc-es with
the rew, At : o'c'!o k in th'e i),rn!nz
tLe --tini b-y; I-d ,y V hite'orn an l
his d- .z. wt: t f rw:-rd p.-. p :r(d for the
e:i"(;',cr. T'*' -'4p: -In t -11o thm story

W. l'i t-e d ;,;. : ti.. corner of th.!
hoU .; ;.. .:.;iCitui that irnie
-e : ; -d o it. Having
learned .,t C-i:.- :nd Sr.-eenev -re the)
e :cs : a" -j -.. c I 'r *.-tt 1 c.u-
ttotsl"-. with pis'oi in i.and. to the cdge
of th; ho.s.-. whben .':t; both ja.d'n,-
'"ro. h-n1'd 1, tor.-rrl 'ne. w':h arms
valifted and knives in hand, ready to
In an instant I leveled my pis:ol i
c'aey. while the dog Jumped at Swce-
ney's throat. Case-. seeing his danger
Lacked to the forecas'le scu;tte. \vhn'i



S uls of One of Aetrisa's
Mst Famou Slkippers.


w tae Capi. ,o te fmDrad t,
Fameus Clipper, SubdHsO a Lawless.'
-r ClMCiow- letting a NeWo
Sudder in a teei
Caplaln iamel Samuels. whlo e-
e m dl Md at bls home In Broktl .
wa r fr ine years captain of the fa-
m lidupper ship Dreadnaugt ad
eI the Henrietta when that yacht
m the fit tr-tfiwtir race In IM6
For mo than half a century Cap-
Ota amuels stood for all that was
damg among these who g down to
t sa in Iships. He ran away from
h-i at tb age of eleven and shipped
M acok on the coasting scAhobs
a mapto WeteCtt. and the trials ad
e ld atim.e emeouteRed en working
Sway up to skipper e has told wel
e his book "From the Plremast to the
Caoi." It was as skipper f the
Dlitadaht, says the Now York PoMt
that he gained p first fame as a wind-
oa erN, tfor i 185, on her Arat re-
two trip from Europe he cresed the
aldy Hook bar before the Cunarder.
whih had sailed a day earlier, had
mched Boston. Later she set theo sc-
Sd for sailing ships across the At-
Iile at 9 days and 17 hors, a time
that has not been beaten and t is
debtful If It will be. The Dread-
nauht. the most famous of Aamercan
lppers, was built especially for himi t
The fatmo mutiny on board the
Dadanght, nl which only the ro
wll and bravery of the capta i saved
the live of the obcers and paseln-
Sr as well as the ship. furniahe one
at the mot exciting chapters of Cap-
tat lSamuel"' book. It %hppnled that
the entire crew had been shipped in
Liverpool from a class of the most law-
les and bloodtrt rascals that ever
made a port notorious. They were a
fraternity of ol-dlant 4mt who-bm
name was a teor to ship captain
and two or three of whom would
disorganae any well meaning crew.
They had a particular grude against
Samuels and had been for some time
waiting an opportunity to vent it, and
whe he coolly accepted, contrary to
advice, an entire crew of their number
they Imagined that the opportunity
had come.
As the ship lay in the river before
sailing the captain quietly Informed
them that he knew their wishes and
designs and began operations by send-
ing every man to the carpenter to have
the point of his knife broken. The
next morning at se the sluggihness
and sullennems of the men Indicated
the brewing trouble. The man at the
wheel when reprimanded tried to draw
his knife, but Samuels knocked hhu
down. The man was put in trons, and
the crew came aft, refusing to go lt
work until he was released. The cap-
tain ordered them t: their place;
they refused, and the promised mutlu.
was a fact
The captati while the crew rushed
forward went down nnd armed him-
self. He had only one om-er. White-
born. to hetp hinm in the emergency.
the fir the se -ond ai,,ward. Hle tilen *celt
forward. I -'-'lg Whi'tte'rn at the
wheel, mnsl ;, i!.' en;d tf ihe h ose lthe
,-rew r '-'.l.. :it t**". w:;t! whi-ir newl-

;a? ti wi I I n.eil :. *> <. t'.*- .-tprai:i
wT '-e .i!'t .--* i.. l t.,rid Ilri:n
mrr"rin't '-i! 't '.t ;.* r.':*'s ''.
The rew '- wa- *-i t. (>re -'sii i:i.
or.* ?-ii h f *r t ine.a.. i i* tei'td d:w'.
:'n-'o. .*!- .pa-; l ;v:! ...y. T"h rot
sla wer-, furled at :: i: t're inmoralu-
hy the ok-er- and '!- *:. r!-* menl r.*-
'nslug. and in the forenao'a th.' '"e'-'et t!'e third ilt-er t,, w,,rk t;a : -
cn:l :.'iE ;- :':. I.they 1-i-il. d sIlin
i'i.fty-s;!: h-':rrs i.h'.: pl -;c.-l withouI,
'..:-" s''cr ., ;f r f,:-.l forv-tir.l. The
!.:l ',-i" w1- f'i <"i fil',' to a hie'Ia an I
tlhh d<.i:4l w;a i i;ill-ine!it. Th.- -raptal'
,-(t s.--viteen G ,.-: : : -'lu i. r tlhe pas .

and S:I:Ivd ::I ;,j hi, J,~tlaC'-.S tit' ;1,, t
vrlic'!ihadil E' i t Ihe 1It-sirivt'; i
anid iit.twnoet-,, tqt'3flI-a'ft t*oi:4t
tie fl-ia The' r''vi-:ni -e there bad tei'n i

Sore Nipples
Any wtuithcr who ha', hadl exjlrit'act titl,
this ditrv'iviug Ailunwnt will IwP plva.t .l t.,
know thAt a i-lire way tk' -'ti'vto-t.'Iy ap ldviug
t'hlauntkeritiu's -lVe iaS -iAH-1 i it .' (blll is
tobilue nurming. 'ipe it aOff Uith Ai .4.t Cl tias
before allowing the hftbe ti, wi'-.e. %I:ibr.
trained nunra',. uzc' this %-altr. with I.t: result%.
For sale by Titw-'ille Pharmacy.

in t6 Re LRA Yen ma-4 "is J Iro,4t
of ks mi ~ r

' other two mea tidewn trhe for-
'Jump u P boys! We've nt hiM / L
mIer im now!-
Wrt su ts a d ostho theyl r 4 1 -
dsck. determined to fh their woe
They had planned daring the night that
some were to go around, while oter
were to claaber over the house sad make
as attack on flask and rear. In ths
movement. however, they were cheered
br the German. who arose from beh:a
their barr:cand and tellJ the rinaead-
era lwth their Iron bars. ketig them-
selves defca:ad az.d me re-rn'rced. i'lc:
retreated to the starboard s4ie forward.
where I bld them at ay with "tol lev-
Sand a hamer raised.
'-eath to the betman wrho daes ad-
vmSe! I will iv you one Imment to

hm im to* aoI. b yo pml m aim
Trow yer knives overboard and go
"What guarantee shall we have. cap-
tai. If we throw our knves overboard
that you will not shoot ua?" aaked one
at the men
"If I do not fear you armed with knives
I certainly will not unarmed, and to show
ow little I fear you I will give my pi1-
tola lato the custody of any passenger
you name as soo uas I see your knives
thrown overboard."
"WIU you give us watch and watch
again and promise not to prosecute as
whLa we get ashorer
I wll make no bargain with you.
Throw your knivesover. -rd and go to
"Wel. boys. It's no use." said one of
be men. *lie I too much for us. Here
Wth that one knife after the other
wet epinntng overboard to leeward just
as the sun was rising. A more gratfy-
tag sight I never saw than those gleam-
In blades dropping Into the ocean. After
this I discharged my pistols.
"Now. men. to let you see that I keep
faith with you. name the man who is to
take charge of these pistols. Finnegan.
you nlsulted me ust now. calling me a
coward aad other vile names. You ar
the leader of this n and the bull of
the forecastle. Now. ask my pardon at
once. I never take an Insult from any
one without resting It. and certainly
not from a brute like you."
"And I never have and never will ask
pardon of any man." he answered.
The spirit of the muscular Christian
sesed me for the time, and the blow 1
dealt him sent him headlong down the
forecastle. In front of which he had been
"Stand back. men." I said. "White-
born. go bring that fellow up."
He found him lying at the toot of the
ladder unconscious. A rope was tied
around him. and he was hauled on deck
and placed In charge of the doctor.
"Now. men. let It be understood. You
are to jump when you are spoken to. and
Instead of walking you are to run to obey
the orders given. I will treat you as
you deserve. The last order I gave you.
which you disobeyed, ws. *Haul taut the
weather main brace.' I now repeat It.
'Haul taut the weather main brace!* "
With one voice they called. "Aye. aye.
sir!' and then ran to obey. Prom the
way they hauled on that brace I feared
they would spring the yard.
It was In the -ame Dreadnaught. in
1S62. that Captain SPmuels accom-
pll-hed a feat In Pailing that still
stands without a parallel. lu the "tern
Ip-tuous forties" the ship was struck
by a sea that broke lisi left leg anml
would hare carried him overboard hut
'or Ills timely seizure by two sailors.
As he lay in the cabin, prevented from
?mplutatiug the broken limb ouly by
those around him. the news came
down that the r older had been carried
away. The ship lay for three days iu
the trough of the sea while the sailors.
under the disabled commander's or-
:ers, were ct-otstrutti:g n new rudder.
This was lost in Fetting it. and then.
-:1 efforts to turn the shil's head south
vward by means of drl-:ats having In-r
f'onul usekes, the captaiu furiedl all
the head sails and all the canvas on
:he fore:aist, st-t all the square sail-,
,n thl, r:n'.l' the whole ,If fliW
Clain topsail :nd the .tarl~oard clew of
the maii'ail. and threw sharp back
-very sail that was tel. By keeping
the sails trinuiel. fl:at la.-k the ship
nwn -;liled b:r-kward for 'S, miles to-
war.! the noeirest harbor. -'aya!. ll.
Ihe time the po.'t was readlied the sw.
lnd rulllderi was .hipik'd. :iudl they an
c-ho'ed safely. It took tifty-oue d.iLy
to repair the ship. liiu4 nhen it was
ready tihe captain, who ha'd bleen hoist
e.l over the .side on a malnttress. went
so.itin wi.h hi. leg in sp!in.s. hlu\ins
Ir-."i-ed ito le:ave I-':iys l v hithol hter-
uatw i .'..a- li,:. t I'rhirloar ius s~un;i. ;i
I:.' .:i:l-i't to u hi. h lie wa;. <';iilpe l!;'t
(I .-xlltill''
'1'.".. 1 ..:lll .- itl l! ti,. 1 1 -: lllh iP :!.c.
*,.i :a \ :;::z l' f :i ;ii:; -!lip \as s
I1-%. V .Iv l;::
in tI'>\, c -'*ir oii'nrs. Three tlllut! 't-.'.
'"Cr. t w. I !.;'-l o iur ^. ho l .d -er" ll:nl -.
r.i :wh'ii t'+i l bi h i n h i ih "h ,".;-;:

';il '";. 't 5 .ir.l '.-1 l. >> "; tiir il ti r'--r ,,r
in tlie int-:i. '::tilu.,l *.;:'hlt r;a<-c.'. l,;2t i.,
;lone ,f !!;;* '::eb'.T< I vlhim'h ",,-i l i.i'i

the f-l 4l4 the sisainleear be s ho e.T !I
aw winiier wu'-.I tIsi ctonditi;mns were
:vtdl"''-e.4Ahniiii'at Allthe "-lt-ht 'tvi'
alnti "lii were' le-Irtc %.t. aniidi .i.y :t
tlaid ietf the t-ro[' 49(t'xpei-imeat'%% t!tl w
4 .. Illet'1'. It1:i till I %4'1t here wlv a it a
.luly ut-. 1j te 4,L ~' i~the ruitL'1 u h-L
vroa. '. e \inc rie '--iarcelv any io t'the
Fumr;htr er xerillu', :' h :.':igh fqIiih a
%id fif 277; lbvI4.v It, o an acre. i'The
l.h liii 'olive'4g' ( i .%gricullure h1.1:. ni ade
,i ,.I'c'j~mr- e~t sg the tuhea~t :-.1I re-
I4Irl.; the grain plump at-il -;ipumul and
Oiat It s ri--v!d nuth!e lw-tt--t- !.-e-.l th-in
the ordiina:iry w-b.t.
A healthy umn i, a kingi in hai, .wi-ii.,
an liubrAlthy Unmni, oa nunhappv yl 4v. Iltr-
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our 91 -A9



Expbit Seen to Be Reaized, Says
Prfesor BeeL


Navigation of Air Already Solved, De-
elares Noted Inventor Tls f
Predbabl Devoelspmet of Powerful
Aerial Navies.
In a statement recently made at
sA---...vad4 p N. Y, Professor Alex-
alder Graham Bell. the noted inventor
and the foremost student of aviation
of the age announced positively that
the problem of the navigation of the
air by flying machines solved. It Is
only a question of passing the experi-
mental stage, which may require bat a
few months, until aerodromes enter
pon an enormous field of usefulness.
"Flying machine are so longer a
dream of the fautu" said Proessor
Bell "They are here now, succamtal
and spledkd. The problem of the navi-
gation of the air Is c erf ly alvd.
"This is to be an ae o flying a-
hines. The future Is m rely a matter
of development. The heavier than air
lying machine may be said to have
passed its babyhood. It is certain that
the next few yearswill see aerodromes
eater upon a limitless field of useful-
mes They will carry the mails of this
country and provide the quickest means
o transportation.
"This will all come quickly. A few
months of haphazard flights will be
followed by a few more months of
more careful fights in which attempts
will be made to start from the land at
certain fixed places.
"The experimental stage thus passed,
the age of commercial development will
begin. I do not believe that aeroplanes
will ever be valuable as carriers of,
great weights, but In this respect they
will be supplemented by the dirigible
balloon, which will prove a cheap
freight carrier.
"Aerodromes will be the vehicles of
the near future. They will also be the
war engines of the future. Their great
speed will make them almost impossi-
ble targets for heavy guns of any kind,
and suall projectiles or artows will be
ineffective against them.
"I cannot see how a fleet of ships
could defend itself against a leet of
aerodromes. New guns.probably will
be invented to meet the emergency, but
under any circumstances the advan-
tage will be entirely with the airships.
"I am not a prophet to say that the
coming of the flying machines will do
away speedily with armies and navies
as they now exist, but I can see no
other conclusion to be drawn from the
successful experiments now being con-
"Our Aerial Experiment association,
which has been conducting the tests
at Hammoudsport. N. Y.. Is composed
of F. W. Baldwin. J. D. McCurdy, G.
H. Curtis. Lieutenant Thomas Sel-
fridge of the army and myself.
"My ship will present a series of tri-
angle air sails. It is called tetrahedral.
as opposed to the aerodromes or aero-
planes. My exleritments will be con-
ducted In July. and the start will be
made over the water."

New Variety Produced to Yield 277
Bushels of Grain to Acre.
Wheat with st:iks like sugar cane
and yieldinaig "77 bushels of highly nu-
tritious kernels to the acre has been
produced as a result of experiments
made in Idaho by Allen Adams of Min-
The new wheat has lieen named
"Alaska" Iu'cause of its hardiness. It
is either sl.ring or winter ,-beat. Just
as the f;r;.ier de!-;ires to sow. It Is so,
sturdy !tha:t -t<,r':i.< tI'it ruin other
stoc-k :iiTfhe t its ;:;ini str!iiis l,!:t littl<-
alnd the hua;d.,i rem'iiiin ili;r it throi*;' '
<,rdi!l:ary h-l;!i,,li: ,_
Tlh" yivld s.r >\>. (I.t.t .ALilat-u i,..
I'-l1 ;iu ilc to o Ib :li!n i ; :! ii 'rwr ;-n ~ of *-' -
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thr: r lief (o acute rheumatism, caused by sudden change
and exposure to the weather. I also r omnmeud )yur
Ballard'a Horehound Pyrup for cough anud cold.
Thel-., u '4 together udey all pain.
OET TIlB GEN'RINE. Three Sizes 2"c, Sc. $1.00

Ballard Snow Tiniment Co.
500-502 North Seed Street,

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Don't add the heat of a
kitchen fire to the sufficient
discomfrt of hot weather.
Use a New Perfction Wick
Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove
and cook in comfort.
With a "New Percti'n" Oil Stove the preparation of
daily meals, or the big weekly "baking," is done without
raising the temper-ire perceptibly above that of any other
room in the house.
If ya once have ewp erir e with the


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yo will be amazed at the restful way in which it
enables you to do work that has heretofore overheated
the kitchen and yourself
The "New Perfection" Stove is ideal for sumulcr
use. Made in three sizes and all warranted. If
not at your dealer's, write our nearest a-ency.

The R ibus c n parted
Lamp ,...
whether high
r low- is tenrefore free from disagreeabe od.- anid can-
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NO. 8

Not for Oqsselfes Aloiie, Silt foi t1~e 4ood of Otliess Also.

PBET EE Hot weather ie this llfora
rJUSNO WEEKI thin suit as well as a stylish one.
Why no Why get one of our teather-
S1 ftalug to IUtS.weight blue series? It willgiveyou
am Tbt T n solid comfort all through the long
"bld :d ; summer.

, Mr'F. p. M and son, Master Some are made in coat and trouser
m pat a day or so at Daytona styles; no vest, no lining-the whole
I- t. 'suit thin and cool as silk pajamas.
UMr. Go. C. Battle and children Many other hot weather styles and
strmeId the latt part of last wee fabrics here, flannels, worsteds and
hem saprtvisit to relatives in Rich- smart mixtures. Easy prices.
maid ounty, CGa.
Come and see them.
TIb mmer Drug Store has a new
imt binm -chine and is prepared Prices $.IS to $20.
tomse dri thatare cold. As to WINSTON S. BRANNING
ow aMdd, youcan only tell by trying Up-to-Date Clothing House
tLm.Titusville, Florida.
Mr. Alphonse Hoeck, of St. Au- iv leFlorida
time arrived the latter part of last
wqk m a visit to her brother-in-law, Motor Boat Races
Mr. Max Hoeck and wife, of Mos- The following races for motor boats
quito gtoon, have been arranged for the Fourth
Mr. CorneO, who spent the past of July celebration at Titusville:
asm at the Myers cottage, has re- Class A-speed boats of 12 miles
t6rw to his home in Littleton, and over, to be raced according to
Mm., for the summer, expecting to time handed in, and if they exceed
saetu here in the fall. such time, to be penalized double.
There will be first and second prizes,
Mrs8. H. Ray and family, of Day- consisting of handsome silver cups.
or, formerly residents of Titus- Corse 9 miles.
v moved last week to West Palm Clas B-Motor boats of speed 8 to
h, ich they will make their 12 miles per -hour. Boats in this
I Te triplwasmade via lunch. lanssa will start from an chror with

Dr. H. G. Utley received a Cadillac
runabout yesterday from Jackson-
ville, which he purchased from Mr.
Henr Prithbett. This is last year's
=Woddand has been used some, but
will soon be as good as new, only
auMedhtaa new Oirof tires, which
will arrivein a fedays. Then the
Ford and the Cadill will be repre-
ated here. Who will be the next to
Mr. GR. Ellis, of Gainesville, rep-
area1t the Florida Fertilizer Co.,
a braie of the Virginia-Carolina
Cemiedl company, a highly capita-
lized stock company, spent a part'of
Thursday and Friday of last week in
'itasville oa his way down the coast.
This was his first trip to this section
of the state and Mr. Ellis was most
favorably impesed with Titusville.
T=h SrAr office received a pleasant
eall from him.

Titimue Wism Baseball Game
The Eh Galie and Titusville base-
ball clubs played on the home dia-
mond here yesterday afternoon with
a sore that ended 5 to 4 in favor of
Titusville. The game was a close
one from start to finish and was hot-
ly contested on both sides Each of
the nines had honors about even for
meritorios plays and some very bad
errors, and but for the latter the
runs moored would have almost been
nothing. Mr. C. B. Kingnmn, an old
hand in the league games, umpired
fairly to both sides. The Eau Gallie
boys play a ood ame and the best
of good feein prevailed through-
out. We hope to see these two nines
play again shortly.

So Legislation
A state senator speaks of the po-
litical situation as follows:
"The race between Gilchrist and
Stockton is very close, but whoever
is governor both houses of the legis-
lature will contain a majority of tem-
perance men. This does not mean
state prohibition, but it does mean
that there will be legislation that
will knock out what are called the
dives. Early closing hours will be
forced by law and a higher license
will prevail. If the matter should
Before the people the governor
nothing to do with it, as he can-
aot veto a resolution proposing a
change of the constitution.
Fine Moaday Offerings of Men's
Special prices in boys' and youths'
suits. Extra big reduction in men's
clothing, price makes no difference,
they must go.
Trunks and dress suit cases at spec-
ial prices.
Titusville Fla.

Or-ge and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hickorhammock. Free from white
fy. e year to two year old buds.
Price from 2 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly paked and delivered at Oak Hill
statia. J. W. GaRiFs,
Shiloh, Fla.

engine not in motion, anchor to be
raised and engine started at signal
from agun. First and second prizes,
cpnziting of hbndpnme silver cups.
Course 6 miles.
Class C-Motor boats of speed not
exceeding 8 miles per hour, Boats
in this class will also start from an
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.
Formulpting Report
The depositor's committee chosen
to investigate the condition of the

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'OAflual 0.1k ad Vl~rna~n TIniT Pna(aOT

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MONDAY, JUNE 15, 190s.
e5rsoNal PAMgrp About Pople tht White lawn, 40 inches wide, sheer Somthg A t the People of Titas-
and fine, special 15 cents per yard.
Tre l mIB d ThW French lawn, excellent for dresses vTlle as Tley Come ad Go
Dr Miller, Dentist, Titusville. and shirtwaists, soft finish, worth 35
Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusvillecents, Monday's special, 19 cents. Miss Lilla Sanders, of Cocoa, ar-
Second hand bicycle for sale cheap. Dotted swiss, worth 20 cents, spec- rived Sunday and spent Monday and
Inquire at THE STAR office. ial 15 cents per yard. part of Tuesday among relatives in
Commodore J. Lorillard, Jr., ex- Also imported dotted swiss, dots Titusville.
pects to launch his new boat next nice and even, worth 40 cents, Mon- Contractor P. J. Hall has con-
week. This commodious water craft day, 25 cents per yard. Ipleted the moving of the Wiley cot-
has been named the Arrah Wanna. White nainsooks in checks and tage to its new location on the Bap-
stripes, very stylish for shirt waists tist parsonage lot.
Mr. W. T. Mathers left Sunday on and dresses, worth 35 and 40 cents Miss Sallie Battle and her mother
a month's vacation and will spend per yard, Monday only, 25 cents per left yesterday for Macon where they
most of same at Benton, Fla., where 'yard. will spend the summer, returning to
Mrs. Mathers is on a visit to rela- Figured lawns, worth 20 and 25 Titi lle ey n the fal ng
tives. cents per yard, special 12% cents. early in the fall.
Dr. J. J. Bowker, the principal of Unbleached sheeting 10-4s, Pep- Mrs. W. C. Thomas, of Orange-
the Cathedral School for Girls, of Or- perell mills, best in the land, special dale, Fla., arrived Sunday for a visit
lando, arrived here yesterday and is 28 cents per yard. of a month with her father and
being entertained by Dean Robottom Anoskeag apron checks, guaran- mother, Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Wilson.
while in our town. teed fast colors, 12 yards for $1.. The four prize silver cups for the
White bedspreads, full size, mar- motor boat races, to be held here on
Miss Minnie Trawick, after spend- sellaise patterns worth $2.00, special the Fourth of July, have been order-
ing a couple of weeks here visiting $1.49. ed and are expected to arrive very
with her young school friend, Miss Chiffon panama, in navy blue and shortly.
Robottom, left Saturday for her black, makes excellent skirts, 38 in- Letters received from Mr. H. B
home in Tampa. ches wide, worth 75 cents, Monday Mace announce his safe arrival in
Mr. J. L Carruthers went to San- only, 50 cents per yard. Williams Bridge, New ork but
ford Monday, where he expects to White cambric, specially good for that he had not found any Florida
open a barber shop. For the pres- underwear, 10 yards for $1.00. father uthee
ent the family remains here and his Children's and misses hose, fine weather up there as yet
son, Mr. Jeff Carruthers,isin charge ribbed, worth 25 cents, special 15 Miss Merriwether, of Maitland,
of the shop here. cents per pair. who has been visiting points down
M t A Scts Ladies' patent leather oxfords, the river, spent a part of Tuesday
Mrs. M. A. Scrigeor expects to plain toe, pump or Goodyear welt here with her friend, Miss Susie
leave about the middle of next week sole, special $2.49. Gladwin, on her way home.
on her trip toCalifornia. Last week Ladies' white sailors, large brim, Judge A. D. Penney, of Fort
marked her last service in the post- special 6 cents. Piere, spentpart of Wednesdayort
office as assistant, Miss Maggie Col- Linen toweling, good quality, 10 and yesterday in town and incident-
lins having assumed the duties of as- cents per yard. aly pttrday in town anwd focident
sistant to Postmaster Taylor. Ladies' trimmed hats at less than .aly puttingin a.god word forHon.
nDIT labiha fh ITS4

Song Recital
Miss Lena Conkling will give a
song recital, assisted by Mrs. Trez
B. Wilson, under the auspices of the
V. I. A. on Thursday evening, June
18th. in the Titusville opera house.
Reserved seats 50 cents, general
admission 25 cents, children 15 cents.
Reserved seats on sale at Branning's.
Fort Dallas Bank News
On the 30th day of this month Mr.
J. K. McDonald, receiver of the Fort
Dallas National bank, will apply to
Judge Locke, of the United States
court, for an order authorizing him,
as receiver, to sell the banking house.
furniture and fixtures of the said
bank. to Jas. M. Jackson. Jr. and

Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
JUuus KLNE, Titusville.

Church Notes
Rev. Stones will preach on Sunday
next at Indianola at 10:30 a. m. and
at Titusville at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. McCall will preach in the Ti-
tusville M. E. church Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.. at Mims at 4
p. m. Come again, you are welcome.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Gabriels church, Titusville, Sunday,
June 14, at 11 a. m., and in St. Marks
church, Cocoa, at 7:30 p. m.
Prohibitionists Endorse Stockton
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LIu.U. ietc erIi or uV. o. seatr.
Mrs. J. C. Jones and two children,
of Quay, arrived last Friday on an
extended visit to her father and
mother, Mr. ana Mrs. E. W. Hall,
and later in the season Mr. Jones
will join her here for a trip to North
Georgia to sp, nd a part of the sum-
Millinery wire. lowers, wreaths, etc.
Bias seam binding in cambric
Medallions, stars, anchors
Solderine for mending agate wear, etc.
Screen cloth, 30 33, 36 and 40 inch
Talking machines and records, etc.
CHASE. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342
Policies of The Times-Union
From the (aimneville Daily Sun.

S ances oIthe Fort Dallas National J. A. McDonald for the sum of $20- convention party r a As will be seen by a letter from
bank before and since its suspension 000. ville Tuesday, unanimously ado nted Hon. John N. C. Stockton in today
announce that the formulation of The location of this property is one thefollowi unanimously adopted Sun, The Times-Union has absolutely
the report is now in the hands of the of the most desirable and valuable Roled Tht th Prhibit closed its columns to him, not even
chairman and secretary, and as soon in Miami, and the sum offered for it dy ofFlorida, in conventionassembled, made by citing him to answer the charges
as ready the depositors will be called by the above mentioned gentlemen is does endorse the candidacy of the Hon. made by correspondents, though he
together to receive the same. The a very considerable price. J. N. C. Stockton for governor of Fjor- offered to pay for same. If the man-
report will be quite lengthy and full --- -- ida, and urges the temperance people agement of The Times-Union thinks
as to details. Public Speakin Wednesday of the state as a duty they owe to them- this policy will benefit Gen. Gilchrist,
Public Speaking Wednesday selves, their families and their state, they are badly mistaken. It is in
SNew Mail Contrt to Key West Hon. Frank W. Pope, of Jackson- to cast their ballots for him and thus keeping with their policy towards
New Maville and Hon. W J. Sears, of Kis- rebuke the element which would debauch Mr. Fletcher. The owners of The
Postmaster Budge, of Miami, has ad on W.. tea o the voters of the state by bribing them Times-Union would sacrifice every-
been notified of the execution of the simmee, addressed the citizens of with liquor, and who are striving to thing and everybody to retain their
mail contract for service between Titusville at the opera house Wed- continue our fair territory in the slav-States senate, even
ery of the liquor traffic for the blood idol in the United States senate, even
Key West, Knights Key, Tampa and nesday night. Col. Pope spoke in money it brings to their coffers." going so far as to stultify themselves
Havana. The contract provides for the interests of Gen. Gilchrist for by supporting Broward. It will not
two mails a week the whole year governor and Mr. Sears in favor of Strong Endorsement ;do for Broward's friends to say that
from Tampa to Key West and Ha- ,! the present policy of The Times-1 rn-
vana, and two mails a week during Hon. D. U. Fletcher. The former Minnie E. Neal, state president ofifion is being pursued in order to de-
the summer and three during the made severe arraignment of the the W. C. T. U., sends a circular let-' feat their favorite, for the public
winter from Knights Key to Key Ministerial Alliance and continued his ter to thte wu men t f the organization well knows that that paper is heart
West. remarks to the subject matter as rep- I with request to circulate, in which l knsul for Gen. Gilchrist for gov-
S-resented daily in the columns of the i was the following paragraph: !ernor. and if the management
Slacked Lime for Sale T.-U. for Gilchrist. Mr. Sears made "The issu- of the campaign for thought The Times-1'ni.n's oppsi-
We have a carload of slacked line a rattling. gedl a(d!i-..s for Mr. Flet- *'vernr is t-mperan'e. A crii.sis tio,n would ?ienei't him politically
at Cocoa and a car at Eau tGallie. cher and really astonished his audi- ef',re u.. F" ,rir'a is the battle th..y would pursue that It is
Write us for prices, stating quan tit\ ence with his forceful address. He ground of proihibiti n in the south. quite vidt That reward has en-
wanted. oly spoke about twenty minutes [ he two candidates lhv defined their termed into a cmpi -t with the owners
EAsT COAST LUMBER & SUriL.Y Co. following Col. Pope but he received position "n the subject: Mr. John of The Times-l'ri,:n. who have,.-..ued
S. the applause of the evening. N. C. Stockton declares for prohi- rlders for the cdi .rs .of that j, urnal
Have You Been Waiting for This? Mr. Sears clearly showed from the bition and has stood before the p.o- to r,.main mum c...erniig the man
Sprinted circular of N. B. Vroward, pe of Florida for thirty years. clean against whom -v.., i.~au. h:-d -zme-
I want to go to Co!orado for a cou- issued four years ago. that the gov- in his personal habits. pronounced thing to until : t..r lii,. tir t .i-
ple of months. ernor had not kept his promise then for temperance personally and coura- ra-. Fk-t'her a St .-kt. 'uld
To get expense money I will do made relating to the L. & N. R. R. geous for prohibition whenever it nt st,,,, t t-a i.- .vi'h t. I .. 'r.nrs
your dental work for a ridiculously settlement, but that he had done just has been an issue in the state. The of The Time.-l'i, un.r: ... on-
low price. Some of the more ex- what he had accused Davis and Mays whiskey element and the gambling ileration. their f inv ;.r 'ta-
jpensive work. such as gold crowns wou!d do in the event that they were element have always fought him. ,boe d" 'tar f as :0 .: r- "a-
.and enamel filling, you can get for el.cted. Mr. Sears disclaimed any He needs no stronger endorsement. ernrid. The on! -xcaU. th. .ditors
one-half the usual price, desire to speak of the governor per-. of The Timnes-'rni,,T. can gtve is, as
You must come within the next sonally or to huri abuse at him, but Photograph Gallery h riff Smith said: orders is orders
two weeks and you must bring the condemned any such methods, and Go to Faust, the photographer. on yVou krow. "
cash. Make your appointments so sincerely hoped the people of Brev- Julia street, for artistic photos. All
there will be no disappointment. ard would appreciate theclean cam- work first class and promptly attndtied
there LLER. Dwill be no ent, st. leto. Crayon, pastel, water colors an Bargains in Trees
DR. MILLER. Dentit. aign conducted by Mr. Fletcher oi! p ain tings apealtv. apefru It buds
and give him their vote on the 16th pa- Fine lot 2-yearold giapefruit buds,
Notice of June. ir ie 'h r Marsh Fr-d es a,"l Standard. :-

At a special meeting of the Indian
River Haulover Outing club. a cor-
poration duly organized and existing
under the laws of the state of Wis-
consin, the name of said corporation
was changed to Indian River com-
pany. Dated May 4th, 1908.

For Sale Cheap For Cash
Six acres and a half of improved
land on Merritts Island, known as
the Sidney Carpenter place. Title per-
fect. Address
MRs. R. J. FINE.
Punta Gorda, Fla.

About 8S acres of gokd high land <.n
the eastor ocean side of the Indian river
at the Narrows, described as follows:
Lot No. 3, section 35. also lot No. 3. see-
tion 36, in township 31 south, range :
east. This land is unimproved but fine-
Iv located. For further particulars ad-
dress E. M. Low.
Brockton, Mass.

certtN each, ..95:5.-H ; 11r 1').
West P'a!m Beach. Fla.
Drayingor hauling of al kinds prompt-
ly attended to. Meet all trains.
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