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 19, 1908


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


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

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


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Nlot for Orseles Aloqe, S for t.e Qood of Otfers Also.

S OF THE Queen Quality Oxfords LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP

I Public demand cannot be bribed.. MoNDAY, JUNE 22. 1908.
gMt lates Fttallg to BeaIt iS not influenced by friendship. It l Paragraphs Dot Ppte that White lawn. 4 inches wide. sher Somethi g Abot the People of its.
Shares nothingf-~flkttery"~ Itcannot e l yptttalese andcfine. spial IS cents per yard. T pllrg AD et Tel be coerced or bullied. It demands, Trauel Hre ad Theel French lawn, excellent for dresses yile as They Come ad Go .value and buys accordingly. The ansrtats, softnnsn wortn l The largest assortment of Hansen bigger value the bigger purchases. Dr. Miller Dentist. Titill ents, iondea sp ia. cents. See price on lumber, page gloves will be found at Branning's. The fact that ".Queen Quality" shoes Second hand bicycle forsalecheap. Dotted ws. worth) cents. spec- EAST CoASr LUnER & SUPPLY Co. Mr.W.old the world's record for sales Inquire at THE STAR office. ial 5 cents per pard. Mrs. Thomas and Miss Nichols, of 'Mr. W. M. Brown of Miami, sto proves that no other shoes give such I Also impored ottd idot pd off here Saturday on his return value. We are sole agents for this Mr. Lloyd Peacock has purchased nice nd even, worth 40 cents, Mon- City Point, were in town Tuesday. home from a trip to Jacksonville. celebrated make. Mail orders a the Heath grocery building and ex- da'. 25 cents per yard. Still another shipment of boy's
Mr. H. Faust and family left Wed- speialty. iects to use same for a residence White nainsooks in checks and knickerbocker trousersjust arrived nesday for New York, but will prob- WINSTON S. BRANNING shortly. stripes. very stylish for shirt waists at Branning s Uu Ir N. Hd and dreses, worth 5 and 40 cents ably return to Indian river before Up-to-Date Clothing House Mrs. W. N. Hendr and grand- per yard, Monday only 25 cents per Contractor P. J. Hall is ereting a the winter sets in. Titusville, Florida. daughter, Miss Laura Penney, ar- yard. very neat fence around the home of
Mr, R E. Daniel, of Topsail, N. C., --- rived Monday from Fort Pierce Figured lawns, worth 20 and 25 (apt. Jas. Pritchard this week ws here this week on a visit to his Postoffice for Allenhurst and are visiting relatives here. cents per yard, special 12', cents.
I Unbleached sheeting 10-Is. Pep-i Mr.L. C.Branning, stationagent
brother, Dr. J. S. Daniel, and also We understand that a petition After an absence of about five Irell mills bestin theland, special -if the F. E. C.R' at Miami, wasin on legal business. will, within a short time, be sent to weeks spent in Jacksonville and other cents per yard. town Wednesday on a brief visit to
Mr. Carl C. Curtiss came down the postoffice department at Wash- parts of the state, Mr. C. T. Massey Amoskeag apron checks, guaran- hi .
S t_ a, a ington asking that a postoffie be teed fast colors, 12 yards for $1.N. hi brother, Mr. W. S. Branning. from Palatka Monday and spent a ington ing that a po e be returned the latter part of last week. White bedspreads full size, mar- There was an important meeting couple of days with Mrs. CurtiS and established at Allenhuot, which ill Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall and sellaise patterns worth $2.00, special of the board of directors of the InSoise, returning Wednesday. supply meet of the people of that .daughter, $': dian River Hotel company held onThe Banner Drug Store will oe- section, Clifton postoffice being al- and Mrs. Bl. A. Warbito and Mas- lChiffon panama, in navy blue and ta nig r te a o e Mbrate their first anniversary tomor- most two miles northwest of the ca- te Harry spent the day Sunday nonblack, makwide, worth 75 cs excellent skirts, o38 in- day night at the law office of Mr.Robbin. row. A e drinr kw lery tomor-nal ma it inconvenient th cheswide worth75cents Monday G M Robbins."I row. Anewdrinkwillbeintroduled n make t cnveniet to too. pleasant trip toCocoaand Rockledge, only, 50 cents per yard. Mr. D. Ennis carried his family.
living at the canal to get their mail. "" " ny at the fountain called Cherry Bon- We call attention to the ew ad. going down by carriage in the morn- Whte cambrc, special good for bo. vertiaement of the Indian River um- ing aid returning in the afternoon, underwear, 10) yards for $1. M C owa and family, Mr. Simvertiement of the Indian River com- ing aoid ret. in. Children's and misses hose, fine mons and wife, Mr. J. L. Mobley and Cat. O. A. Quarterman. keeperof pany,of Allenhurst (Haulovercanal) The Miami Metropolis of Tuesday ribbed, worth 25 cents, special 15 little Miss Maud Renaker and Mrs. ter Solls house of refuge, was page 8 A store of this kind has says that Mrs. Walter Graham, who cents per pair. Mandavilleand daughter to the ocean eresday forthe purposeofe- needed at that place for ome left l Saturday night accompany Ladies' patent leather oxfords, beach at Chester Shoals houseof refover Tuesday fur the purpose of se- time and Commodore Allen has filled ft last Saturday nigycaring a shipment of lumber and plain toe, pump or Goodyear weltg
rin a shipment of lumber and the long felt want. ing Mr. and Mrs. Iver Lowe as far sole special $2.49. uge Sunday in the mail launch, reshingles for repairs to the station. as New York via Clyde line from Ladies' white sailors, large brim, turning Monday. Turtle eggs, howJ. D. Ennis towed same over on a Artesian Well Down 7* Feet Jacksonville, will spend the summer special 98 cents. *. ever were missing on this trip. lighter with his launch Wednesday It is reported that theartesian well in Philadelphia with her sister, Mrs. Linen toweling, good quality, 10
Dr. W. E Vanlandingham, of Fort which is being sunk for the F. E. C. Win. Summer. cents per yard. Mr. Frank Sams, of Cuurtenay, Ladies' trimmed hats at less than went to St. Augustine Wednesday to
Pierme,.was in Titusville Wednesday Railway company, on Key Vacas. in Mr. F. S. Battle has his new resi- cost. attend the commencement exercises for the purpose of making the sale an effort to secure a supply of water dence completed and expects to move Mail orders promptly filled on any of St. Joseph's academy, from which oi the Vaandingham property, id at that point is now down to a depth into the same the first of the coming of the above goods. his sister. Miss Fannie Sams, graduNorth Tit ille, to Mrs.J. R. Walk- of 500 feet, but as yet fresh water week. This cottage makesa finap- ughTitusville. t drenched thi t nm. Mr. Samhower wthor-ich er, ad lasospent a few hours at has not been struck. It is believed, pearance both externally and on the Church Notes came up at noon that day, which ins before leaving for his home however, that fresh water can be ob- interior, the latter being finished in caught him while walking up the that night. THE STAR receive a tained in the keys by artesian wells Florida selected pine ceiling with Jv. ,. B. Hawk, Ph. D. will county road several mies below pleasant call from the doctor. and the company will continue its ef- hard oil finish. The building has preach and nduet divine worship town. This tramp was ce ioned Mra. M. A. Serimgeour started forts in that direction until water eight large airy rooms and bath and Gorgina Sunday June at s break d in whiof the motor in
Wednesday for California, where she has been seured or it becomessatis- is well arranged throughout. We a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. All will be ing to town. delayin the schooner l welcome s ti m tomown waltn wiveral awlil
will spend some time with a friend fled of the uselessness of the project. understand that Mrs. Kate Myers Dean Rome.sottom that he ha to officiatealk seintovcatchveral thtrile livinginRedlands. Mrs.Scrimgeour will acquire the Duren cottage, as Dean Robottom will officiate in toatchthetrain. ha-been resident of our town for Motor Boat Races soon as vacated by Mr. Battle, to be Melbourne on Sunday, Junat M ireflowrs. th the post twenty years, during which T hefollowing raees for motor boa used as an annex for Myers Cottage a. in. an t in eu allii at 7 t p. illiny w, werathin b c.
have been arranged for the Fourth Rev. Win. Srnes u-ill preach next Mcdallioso. str, anchors S postmirs for the unex- of July celebration at Titusv nille: Miss Conkling's Song Recital Sunday at Larange at 11 a. m. and solderinc for mnditn aingte a. et plired term of her husband. The Class A--speed boats of 12 mile at Tiville at 7: p RNITURE. DRY GOODS, SHIOES beat wihes of her numerous ,Titus- and over, to be raced according to The song recital given at the opera Titusvil at :3, m.Screen cloth. :( 33, 36 and o inch ville friends go with her to the Pa- time handed in, and if they exceed house lat night by Miss Lena Conk- Th pastr il preach in Titus- Talkig machines ad record.P etc. ific coast. such time, to be penalized double. ling, of Tillman, was well attended ville Methodist church "unday a. m. C uHAs. A. GARIIF 'Phone 3X2 There will be first and second prizes, and she distinguished herself at her at 11 and 7:2Ji p. m. Sunday school Upon his arrival in New York on consisting of handsome silver cups. s ever Sunday at 3 p. m. and prayerthe way with his family to spend the Course 9 miles. firt appearance before an audience eve Sund Miss Fannie Sam Graduate summer at Wakefield, t. I., Mr. F. T. Clas B Motor boats of speed 8 to in Titusville. With a soprano voice meeting every Wedneday at 7: l tng d 12 miles per hour. Boats in this of great range, reaching from high p m had the distinguish d hotir of deBudge received a telegram announe- class will start from an anchor with down well intotheontralto range Colored Baseball Nines ivering the valelicr at the con I ing the serious illness of his father engine not in motion, anchor to be C down well intothecontralto range, Colored Bncement raises f J ph at Urbana, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. raised and engine started at signal possessing a fullness. power and The celore baseball club ,f C"'." acadeni, St. Auguciti-, a: ,, var Budge proceeded at once to Ohio fromagun. Firstandsecondproes, sweetness that is exceptionally fine, came to Titusville Saturday to pla theatre while the others of the family went consisting of handsome silver cups. it is readily perceptible that she has a match game with the colored nine W'ed ts, .t, e onto Rhode Island. Mr. Budge died Course 6 miles. possibilities ofagreat future asare here. The game started off in favor address a ttled lul Hr Pks kre a Monday. He was 71 yearsof age Class C- Motor boats of speed nut posibilitiesofagreatfutureas of Tituvile ithe irst inning, but' Lasuched. lut Whlit-het Ii,- thc and was well known inTitusvilleand exceeding 8 miles per hour, Boats nowned singer, which she should and after that the Cco boys got right shire. other points along the east coast and in this class will also start from an fully intends to press to a successful h dlwn t, business and had it their leaves many friends who regret his anchor with engine not in motion, culmination. Iwn way. After playing str al it. \ants Transfer of Case death. The funeral and interment anchor to be raised and engine to be Her recent study has been at Stet nings and with the -cure standing ill II th, Iv'ited State tlutr at Ja,will take place at Urbana. started at signal front a gun. Six on .This she expects to follow i their a.r the a ai, t Friday I A I cash prizes-$S, $5. $4, I,. $2andlo. w j se explbct to a ieii-w p cf 'ii i t e Daniels Vs. Massey course 6 miles. with another course this year and Smith in a play t,, thi:', bIa_ and "f iali. appeared and agu'd in
Thecaseof R. E. Daniel vs.C. T. Class C startsat 9::a.m take up voice culture in some n-tbh- r it'd fr, h l11 andt in i i, i Nhalf a t,, t,:and Geo. Massey, unlawfuldetainer. Class starts at 11:3l a. i. ir t ,y..reat.eyafterward. lit. lis-c 'ii htc' I is'-e t-ii. the, ,
li Austaitti Is-noi.bthgeea erlc ,'-sutit teCiai ..,i'tt ei ,i,'
before county judge to recover prop- Boats tart mst be enteredto b the genera verdict i ain th h erty of Palmhurst hotel, was tried oa i tr bFoente'ed i'nsth ertyof Palmhurst hotel eventsscorr d ith their t that Mics Conkling is the best *Ic m,,ec in by ha\v;i tw, umpires, nient f the Ene [ 10 a1- Nat ,i 4 on the 17th and resulted in a verdict e as correstond with their bt m a I for the plaintiff. Messrs. D. L. speed. pran, that has been heard in the Ti- IThe C'a b os h, old ha btn banhk. At th, i : N I entries tube Oa1 tc J tuovill ci[tera htuse aend this ia high ac'tnalroix asI Icceptei the 'It l',,srtut.,i. i [ i, Gauden adtCary D. Landis, of De- JTrilard Jr., Titusvill, ., Ul., t i Inr for 4ra hl. d thic ilahiih ls bemte ant a it h e ant ea thW, 1 vd] -, .:,
Land, represented the plaintiff and July d inclusive. Ii hr recital she was atid w ,u affrd t I lira. Col. A. M. Thrasher, of Sanford, the Entries arc free and Ill III 'wlaa md Iinddio I ithun tte It 'et defendant. The case was tried byal' are f-c, dddin ,hm lr Bajuryofthefolowingpersons: W.S. men are cordially inIitc t, T. :. Wilo'n. sh, gate two Norwood. M. thefollowigp ns, A. A. Bt their boats in these events. bhunert.lesue recitation which were The Country's Maintstay .,I
R od Sm ith, S.E R ice, Jr.,. J. C M en- heartil appreciated. A dance fol- r. l hue %-. .rk r. tiIc Ni-- v-l ellrntr : i s: :
del. Slacked Lime for Sale lowei the recital. Florida apparently ha- the atii .
We have a carloafl oi -acked line The affair was given under the to occupy a prominent psitii, in -a :lt Fine Monday Offerings of Men's at Coca and a at at Eau ;alli- aulpices eof the V 1. A. and one- markeis all f h- tii Clothing Write us for prices. tabilg quantity third of the tprCeed f eel. nli t Weth hc ttraetiv f ,
Special prices in boys' and youths' wanted. i ap ee les pr. rae. grape uit$ ir.r1 .l
suits. Extra big reduction in men's EAsT COAsT Les iE & Si PPLY Co. int the fund of that asaociati. tomato, potatoes. merilm, ir y. clothing, price makes no difference, -- I mention the countless array f s ,a n ti they must go. HaveYouBeen aiting for This? Launch ler fruits aid vegetal, i i. Thi i Trunksanddresssuitcascsatspe- . I Banana river mail boat fr sale. certainly one the untry ,i mai- 4 Ii -haki nt e -, ial prices to Clrad fra.u- i Apply with postage stamploranswer stays as a source if sult,. fr,r ,",, staiI I i:ai :i JUus KLINE, pie of months. i to C. F. Fischer. Titusville, Fla things to cat. zrie i f iLn t i- -iatfl
Tituaville Fta To get expense nlore I sill do th et i0- a ac iu I .i t o puri tat work fr a ridiculously Saloons Must Go For Sale Cheap For Cash enih- It t
pensive work, such as gold crowns And with them the appetite for About 6 acres of good high laindtnl s 'ersl y h Grown at Shiloh, Fa., on high and enamel filling, you can get for drink. If you, your relativeor friend the east r ocean aideof the Indian rier
hickory hammock. Freefromwhite one-half the usual price. wishes to be rid of drink or drug at the Narrows, described as folows Bargains in 'Frees fly. Oneyeart6two yearoldbuds. You must eome within the next habit. write at once for confidential Lot No.., a.etin s, sotNS. se oe lot 2-vear lt grap.fru.t ,u b pr05tin' 't uon 36, in township 31 south, range 1 c set-' ii Priesfrom5to 35eents. Careful- two weeks andyou must bring the' informationtothebranehoftheorig- a. Tihi d s i nn Mrh sdle.- an-, tardardd n) ly perked and delivered at Oak Hill cash. Make your appointments so final Keeley Cure. Address. ly located. For further particulars ad- teie clah, $o.' per station. J. W. GRIFris, there will be no disappointment. THE KEELEY INSTrTE. dress E. LE w, JB t :, Shiloh, Fla. DR. MILLER. Dentist. Jacksonville, Fla. Brockton, Mass. West Palm Beach, Fla.




I was pon m idme to tnsport ay ELKS FOR POLICE DUTY.

L through the phl tabs. Other e ar Sesn T it of Their Va Iv e Y o a ments showed that the best results Suanding Steak From Wolfve were obtained when 10 per cent of wa- Vernon Balley of the United States
uL810tiHi liage htr s cd burea o blogical survey taSummer Stove?
Ihavy C udePetrolewnl an tn bw t.i bew anro cn the faDoers I antiaacted bwtryo) pp l stoch raslet of the CUnited States -he t -oW of
s enao, o. th r-in diameter. Tepit, neeli million dolar a year and in c Lrce n tahsed in ont Ines iC dimclter wet n USED AS A LUBRICANT 2ns to the roat ,I Isme of the nrthn sra es threaten to .. r
for a I,pere of 1.200 rands .o the the exterminUioN of deer Wolves, it by "l .4 e Persquare Ib With an luitial premum appears, are especially numerous and fec, l i~V e 'ame Aft. orria Spending Huge se of 800 pounds to the aquare inch the estuctive in Wyomingt although 0. o .jo b
o am by the NoW Ination line is capable of transporting 14.000 many are there killed and their scale am ,
f.~ aeparttes Nao Renderad Easy. barrels of oil net every twenty-four prented for bounty. No n lu.h:n
,0Prdutmeilkao A ted. boe. It hao been learned In California. is c n n Uiin1 t any saur r feathern" ad however, that the presetation o coy- hove, t a I ,, .
S ig p triking Ne olam Novelty. ase Is not conoclusie evidence he a 3 an c. an 1I ltlg reverse clutch necklace appear that the animals from which they were
m If eaesa rla en etly Is to be the leading summer nor- taken lived, moved and had their behNer or the Harriman rlway lo e in Jewelry. Already It has been Ing within the confines of the state.
as perfetelel and put late operation sa aselety a well as on the stage. An interesting statement made by beating the room. If .;r
anmaventit that will reoolutionise the Whether t s artistic depends oun ld- Mr. Bailey is that elks are great natS p ti of hery er Teo. T vidl fancy. Stiatll, it certainly Is. oral enemies of wolves and he dwells PE d gmstrtion whlh he has made of for It makes It diffleult to determine upon this as of "great practical sighis a lw d lance, known a a "rifed whether the wearr's progress pro niacance" for its bearing upon the proI ifs I" has onv ed Edward H. aslial or recesslonal. says the New teetion of stock from the rvnou. Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove
HaUhean that It is one of the most York es. Thee is nothing nt of beasts. He quotes with unqualified
wmd"et n teoes of the ag Be the ordinary about the necklace except approval says the Sacramenoto Bee. you will see .hv h iso nea i-, nring this, the NapoleonOa" of the that it I reversed so that the pendant these words from George W. Russ of chimone ot the "NeO Pertn., I;:u
n to world i spending b 4. h- ang behind Intead of In front. Wora Eureka Springs. Ark.: undertot*'
MW sad 0110te0 in the constrie- overa street frek it a ot so astmund- "An elk Is the natural enemy of by rda in. 1
Ian of an entirely aew and aique in but with evening dream It Is likely dogs and wolves. We suffered great ngewou a O r.
Mlp ie from Oil City. Cl. to Porth to make the beholder go through the Ieas to our flock until we learned a disae of 2 mlen "' traditional ceremor of robbing bli this fact. inee then we have had no AM Firdacio spedal dispatch to he eyes. The pendant. with a low ct losses from this cause. A few elks t
,ilsp BRecord-Herald. When the own, fall between the shoulder a thousand acre pasture will abeolute- L
w line a completed Harriman will blades. Whatever Its character wheth- ly protect the locks therein. Our own
he able to supply his locomotles with er plan gold or a jewel, it is consple- dogs are so well aware of the danger lear, powefrfullight ,hr
dl t a m aportatio e t th ll ens ant the white baekground, I. in our elk park that they cannot be btricit. Safe c
he d Inlinlitniml when compared as occasionally is the ese. It blues Induced to enter It." of ibn fid."ditcbyra tt--2"
wis the old way of carrying It in carms with gemte. It etches the eye sacreas a o Mr. Bailey suggests an important ling-rom. If nt v
The proved fact that the beaver biallroo use for this noblest if our game anl- sgota .
es can now be transported through a maIs," meaning the breeding and do- Sluudard 011 Company
pip uin. succestlly will iaso have an Homestead Entry on Gravyserd m sticatloi of elks to do police duty on ilmer oportd
lamprtat bearing upon the production I. F. Wilson of Baggs. Colo.. will pastures and ranges. And he says elk
wal transportation of crude oils and 81e on a piece of ground on which Is breeding Is "an assured success and
pe the products which are maoufa now located the Bagg cemetery. The promises profitable returns."
tamd therefrom. Up to the time that land belongs to the governmIent. Wil- Apparently anxious to save himself'i
Mr. lsae made his new discovery the son will as soon as he acquires title to from the charge of nature faklng and rahead, west of the Rocby maonutals the lind turn It over to the city. Thi also to show familiarity with the highwere facing a threatened oil famine, will be the frst time on record. It is est authorities on the life history of l fact many tof the engines whichleb maid. where a man hometeaded a the coyote and elk. the same oicial had been converted into oil burrs areyard. remiacs that it eems doubtful f th H A R D W A R E had baees converted. owing htothe st enmity of the elk for coyotes ete end of transprting the oil to the point PROPAGATION OF MUSSELS. outside of pastures, as be had found
where It would be available. coyote tracks common among elk herds o
The I being tranpoed iin the Wind ier mnan n P itchard & Son
by mex.r of the am device com Nt to Add to Fooed Supply, ut For its in the Wind River m And
b n m of the new deniesr oB e i I to Ma Into Fncy Iatton. quotes frot e onf prealdent Roonem the e oil e e ake he United States government s elt's books a statement credited to ee B ame Ow in o lto c ne o the oebu rta of propagating .an Aerican hunter." who sid he
geld. a **,5"m ing inao t b he buosess of pwapagting hd mna n .te. walking unnic d andle the Finest Lines oft
eh.tfmily of bale. the msoe, The among a bond of lks is the Yellowmade to mend It through pipe licam. munel in sot 10 be uatnl T0 p- sne
It .""emu" t1 multiple to pr one a Heavy and Shelf Hardware I
I wa found that the pumping tres- due as addition to the food supply of Whatever the truth of the matter tie demanded was too great outr but it to ited be regarding the enmity of elks the toutr. bt it en
Than the conay tried riols for its shell During the last year fr wolves andi cyote. the suggestion
pr s t get the oil to the Commissioner of intsihe Bowers reg the breeding of elks may be Our Stock of
of co-mptiona The Ient expedient tat ttt orth fancy worth heeding by California stockmen
was heating the oils, which facilitated lutns have Lee mode from c moe ifitbe indeed assured es Guns and Sporting oods
Its condeyae for thaort distances. t waut found heor at t his n on aecornot of perl hunter MODERN YANKEE DOODLE. is com plete at all tim es
of ht okemary for the i 1tt- is getting seare and propagtioln work
tis of the oil for a long distance wni hn a 1a1 of W a'a Trades Union Mow-

othe nil hh reunited In a de hait En, .eri uto by bhe ton om io A ers Agant the Paints and Oils of Quality
ad ophic, 0-lging Io pipeelini Lone shwa that Ihe muorsr n-an be A feminine Yaonee DoOdle is io the
Th a gd lidly, nod the c ry mddle. Hang retolted from the ne of Se
*, the t it h,"I, c:'"" one of our Specialties
t rei cbery0 00 I 0 to n- ostrected anny of "the Yanic dude. se gis the Injection of water into the pip ilot grt el Con notice tp, t froo nan0 e eans to
IItes, but it was f.oun that the qeuau-r
tit of wat er wan o grea irOuted $eesay for the uriioe of a "ride a loly, stlik a father in her Q
that the pee of tiately be cp and dine on m i- Quotations for large or small orders Ill rating the oil and the water was pr7 3r dlt 1. weo the money This is the ttltiuituol of twen-ve be given personal attention. \la ()rde
hibltlve. Loatto abndo n the u Oe il t, fa intention fule Ite I b(,go wm s solicited and promptly filled
the Breenield product, the company to hIe t ain hatnIcry ilnd oO l e stiln eTd roUtnl "Tho 1 l00 ru twlo i tuhi 'Te
thn tried the miring of lighter ol bran-h on. a the at bcoi c. the lie iIeTeooM-le
tith the heaihr oil This was found to L Ied siherei heMissis Atthe t f i Mary M to make iI. nconoioocnr o obroo.oooe t At the roioa -Ii siin blocy S
pipe lones feasible, bt the exofenl o aIt I, r be el t the t,ry ard Dowell. and luned h-< bus a -k I~
trannorting the lighter oils to the ponds llea i 1, uar llin ,r [atvenptl iOd k w w(ks or two new 0o.1 hao e tlakersfield district and the expense I, and a brl:nb ait l.arosnei i e crlitt, .le0-u b i.sof uinag it again brouhtt the cost athrt Whoa.- l, ro m G l: f Ch 10i o-ao.: ThBup to a prohibitive point.0 tb,. io- [ o ie 00 , h,-I lal s l h
Mr. ae lma w b-tc -to order t r b e h; I t i-I- i o i t a "Th li, l-ll 11 O,
aimlonmrut of the iroelcit when En- ou0g s e to gro f-r atinfactlt York iy to S lern r s.a tre M o th erhs !
gsa. ... .o.0..--i .... 00loot lo ............cgo Trtbo -it....... l,, tn n...-h ook o... fI1r your Chthldree r
time :nd give him an opprtunly Tribe i i Look out for your Children's
study the matter care.ull with a vi0w should .ti-f enr, the le He h hi!
to Rseing if he -old not tinld s~le way00 More Daylioht In Canada. A -1ODZN 1 1 ,". ea whil e they are young.
out of the difficulty. r. Ilacs i I ,nnec 00 1 000i ,r Ya i w-ot 0-, I a v~
somethilr of a hunter and while eoo Wioett u,,-r [ h l nt , ], Aa
joyig this sport be iha:-ed to h looo ra n 0hh' t0 h noted the riole b re, an d -c e roltd da o w oo.n II-shr-e l,for its beli: flashd thr, gh 1.1 Il-e ; i rF or or I
mind. W 0y _u unke the r rfl Ib h. .
do for be iipe th wh t it d- fr;
the goL ? f .lI or n r-r chiir I k.
The uxt ip s easy lie k.i l~ : U< l dr IIh . I w

Ild. ih l i h I u r A PositiV Cure

h ie rI 1 l pii i p. ll. hi \, P ouNE R,, ...- L.....t
e t" h e T i s ' "y supI h t w "' I rn 'nu .. I'A Jt 1

i lI .r ,, LVER COMPL0A-S.
to1,I the tl ,,,i0 1 tel T -t- 0 I r i ,,
ie ,o f ci thw-o no ; ltIhou t a ule t hourts.o:r," d- n T L
hud it i i. --il e f r t.. e rIh e 1 .I- h t i fr'
t k .t he e- n i1,p o1d e iT fr m S c J Lo n 10 .

larrim n 1o < 0I, upiity a ,I to t l n,, ..t l0 1
him. :-d be ork rest an apprhllria
utik iI at to .a r o i Sore Nipples I7, I '
per i :iis \1 6 le.i i If w, as n <11 t,, i y n.. t r
ole i : f f n t i a la S, l n11i L n eaIC

th- sour00 p : i..,o t r by had, Chuntebu a 5ti.502 brth On onesj -1
-hbirli0. ioli.n I 0 Iar'd i,0 it 0 0fre 0lw 1 0 t 11 0t- "S i Lb, M .

This ,: -ed th r -r0 n isthe prit i Or i t .1
.iple nd ledt to 1in.t r .xperim ts. A Fr h y Itv l l. Ph ,ar-
standalrd pile line one and one-half
miles long was then ellit at las cA X A t hn- Sold and R conimend. by
and the hare was rilbted or 010 %..t-Q- e ,g noI, 00d 00n by
....... ,,,. 00 0 ,-,J.; TITUSVILLE PHARMACY and BANNER D R jL uK



hh abady hare done much Ia tothe n the view of the president and B E ST F O R T H El T O F I C H T Q IS E A S E a s '"W"' "
.r. Phat tpt Hv sould be o m a ya o dl-haes BOWE Saml e oletot the farm- meant, of the pelvic egan Oether p
01t Would l region In order that they my be e,..r ate .....a School of Preventive Medicine tom of weoee ee mulo condwWR able protect their Industq from the katOOOSO dizaieus, imagieary opeck$ Chley organized baterests around the Plan of Columbia University. dark spots floating bef re the eyes, cmhist mtonen in stomach, der'nim or
The coanmsaon als will endeavor to a..eae peans toaeu hing esaon in stomach. draping o pithsato the farmer to get tN. f pAN TO PAVE WAY. CA MANY DYING UNNECESSARILY o. e
a word the commisslo wll ron- Ons, fintopiiswitgeomi weakDoe.
1 to ChM Sorintk slide" not only the physcl hut the etb- It l peasderble Dmoe rt the aove
-cltli needs of the people and wull e Dr. Ditmn, Urging Establishlent ofth to ivaqerrlior amsec m Ulpeta to te mm t to poe a Sanitary science School, Declars t than Dr. Plere s Favorite s il Tilleso tw d On- fai standard of phyal comfort, also United States Loses $ o, 000 has record oloverforty
sLos i War al and intellectual advantage. Yearly by Preventable Dea ts y of c t ost Do ? mt IRtu evelt is alat to hui Pasteur has aid that's tihi t -li ti ta u te emo nt wahih promIs to PRAISE FOR OUR ENGLISH. At u uncam the p r of meoat mse o tof t- f ceric enfaoOnie mdilat a i me d .. .te Zp th t e poer ooet Tmat 1O no . nal ri... enourtorayi..o-......... l
Sal the eeonom life ofthe pen As Good as That of Bri s. Saysa m r tediseases ti dapper frm the tar ltar dropotalohol or harmulo pi. Immediately after the adJouro man Prfor slOlno. oe world," and tatieti ians ti,mate that ha fL-ecrmimgdrug. ILinwn-uiens are neat o eonugres he will appoint a Among the advisers of the Prussiean astoms SCs. arAlest. Iile,) of every l.tWM deaths onur all prt n:l the. b ttlirapisr n ataml o for the purpose of making ministry of education who were con- KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN i ve of hr ts that tavs ore tre utnsi oh i into a tio h study of rural social emon- suited regarding the exchange of teac- ventabe. But every 'ear sirs miie verito Pireoripion" hba the wrlttmn eneMy with a view to giving a new dl- el between the Unlted States and GUN TO KILL FOOD BEASTS. vane in the iece of I preventive doramnt of the mOrt m inint meieal m a lhid a new empoleh theo Ger y was Alo Brandt, profesor mediine. One cee of wrk in that r U all ra ti a any I imst o I the farmer, nys John Callor of the Engllsh language at the Berlin Henry Bergha s Device For Humane diretio n is Columbia ut;ierithel iti nn-prfesstrionaltiimonials-though the bearfit of the farmer, asyn John Cello l-th-Sh the O'Laughlln L the Washngto PotL university and president of the Ger Slaughtering Tested. New York city. Plans fer a shl tf latter are ntt lacking. having tIwn roThe eommision wil conist of Pr man 8hakesperr txiety. [h, was Is the ambulance houte of the Amer- preeutive medir ri-e a s bla of mlni- tributed voluntarily I) grateful patient fe V LLherty I. Bailey of the Unlver- specially asked If it were to If fared iUan Soety For the Preventlio of tary siee and public in numbers to ter d thc edlurements all of Coreell, probably Professor A. that the American teacher oulj Ce:uliy to Animals in New York city a 'rinted in th June suppalent of the teur on wo ldni Is A. Noye. acting president of the Mas- teach English with a Id aeut. as new humane device for the slaughter- 'unnbia quarterly. ir. Ditmilat has Yu cannotaffordtoa-eptanymedcine schuseetts Institute of Treholog, and some of the advisers contended it of saimals for food, the invention dveld t p ad the I, a ere are of unknown compoiti, a- a suttut Giord Ptnchot, chief forester of th IProfeosor Brtandt' otfieial report de of tIery Bergh. reasurer and former hole that the money vill he forth- for this well provn remedy or Lswa 1ov-gment c lredh a that the average Aneriuan present of the soelety, was recently oming to establish the school. coursto. eventboug:i th dealer may The inspiration for this investigation teachers English was quite as good tested. "On-third of the human beings born make a little more proit thlrby. Your I found in the speech delivered by the as that of the average English teacher The deie is not unlike the h cnd alive die before the age of fiee years interest in rit ling health i paraitount peasidet at Lansing. MLch. a year ago I e was further of opinion that ng- noizle of the New York re depart- has been attained largely from pr ioln to )or intrlce o ha am o t i at tbheemelnrtetalcelebration of the IMIs quite as well spoken ge'rally ment, but in thi case the strem that ventable causes." says Dr. Ditman, to palm off upon voua ubtitute. You fowndlnt of agricultural crlleges i the 1I n America as in England, lIe was comes from the hose l air. UPOn the .-The death rate of children in some know what you want and it is bustUlited States. The president's Ineesl- strengthened ta this view by a vis t h pressure of a trigger a javelin is hurled tenement house districts te New York neD to supply- the artil called for. ation convince hibm that the edua made renntly to London public l from tile s zle with sufltent fore is as high as 04 pr tlt The nom- Dr. Pierce's Pieraanot Pllet ae the tial system in use has been well aigh mentary tahools, where he was shek to ierre sn inch Oak plank. By means bar of deaths curring ti the world original "Little Lvr F'l" ht out up wboly lacking on the side of indu- I ed to hear children r 'citg elections of an autonlatie recoil attachment the from epidemics of p!agte, smallpx. by old iDr. ire ver ort Lars o~ trialnatr of the training which 8t from thakesneare tl the cockney din- Jnv.lin is brought hae for further yellow feer and choler s still er- ted no at a sn for the shop and the farm. He et. u ie ahec trigger isagain ressed mous l spite of the faet that methods cand. declared then that the country must ie dedures from the intrusion of tm iL th e.seriments board and e- for prevention of thee disease arc develop a system ander whi ech n- hideous tockory cprnnunlieton, lich. er ir U-ed.t Aitough the nstru- hnow ... 50 YEARS dividul citizen should be trained so as by the way. he derlars to I bthe most o : : t ei.h]d for small animals Dr. lial c antiques. ts EXPERIENCE to be effertive individually as n ees- hateful of all dialects to e-atod Fng- I e vi ier t hsw witnessed the _e ac .r t- wrl eile up LacO.0nmia unit and fit to be organized with lishmen, and from the linternc of va i. s r-sd ample power for u -1,sn ilr- 0m-of its inhablntsIl his fllws so that he and they could ious other dialects ulpon el ls ,l f '.!'. r f I r anrlmale a a s rhe ito er ss. -altounh work n eicient faeshbn together. English that the English spoken in i- a 1 called an ir to gun. In 00 ,sin er'ri Pnrumoni
The president holds there is but one gland is nt, on the whole, one shit ilt edell for the iii so-i e ,i lo is es person whose welfare Is as vital to the i purer than that spok in m erica of ,r he eyder cr r i y .t i, cas. o this dieasa is welfare of the whole country as that of w.hIh he .made a rcer study dlurictu n ted upo a i r..o er t TuI Mamits the swaeworker who does manl la- twenty years continual contactt si rd:r 1e of rapid .r ouiand p0e- i in the toie amsC. harand thatis thefanner. In thepast American students at Geran uiver I r t:mds six feet I I t who arc n-1 o bna sh arr .a the Unfted States during tenes of el. sltius and when in America as tin.r- : fa d- t, be killed. u;d have had hir vision oo I iad ths inno o mcca neicebm a had to place a pecllar depend- man rpresentlate a the Franklin re t,' proJectifu can of bn -' and m th "e fr i:Ts oa~uns t ene upon the farming population, but ebletion. i 'ils head s- .-i e=- h,- ia i-as .d wlei wo el this cannot le done in the future If Professor lets t e r Aei ta W e iti planed 0to or C i n c- C hi co- S u-p-. agriultre bhe permitted to sink in the can twang is rapidly ding iut and :,e f tlh invention tI a rets of re, Lctabe ar fidnEts sle Ao compared with other employ- that enme day it will Ip a thing uf the' at , abattoirs rnhe ere- a- eoh I te lr se t ant. Investigation has shown that I past. He says the aerale Allerican il Te .. re: ; irt devicesolly, En 1 d b the iempo~en oc oti tm hoe Ia the eastern hair or rour country there being eduaned to a consciucs e oef I th i k i rCIfe-d a price of pretie moafres during r UR. M Cosn new has been an actual shrhakage in the his recent and is heiuing to, 4- m) efor l Mr. Bergh, 5 ove $i 000 a the result n ur sm m auahme of the farming population since and eradicate it. being an 4cr of so iety, will not an expon Lr or . Bya the civil war. A growth of population The ev. Walter Wiliam rkeat. pro eompeca tw.ty-fie s y f Ne- v Yor Thle .irata brSt ciac oandBacs has occurred In this seatioul but the fersor tf AngloeSton at camrilg Fruit and Wine In On ite ts s-- 5C m en ee a'r growth has been in the cltie Certain uiicers hy. sho is the lather of no hambge teacho are among th es i trek ii oe t LDER t 141 h.. tire ....g th 0,.i i liais ii I O RUDDER uoomle factor- n muh ac entensIon af uIerou iehlogi i lw rks largely suia tur uoei florl the tabLe A plug Statet Apin o hs r iC soc-OlW iT O B railroads, de.velopm.t of .arioe.y dorms t'tfeor Atois iledt ohe Is aneu ot or the pro eb. leaving T, n.................. HOW -TO BOOKS
aud opnig for industrial success. Berlin uuiverity in bhs declaration tue g ienllgh for remoal of the Yeroc f or 11-e m sn.ce at se C' n bas been responsible for the uarln in- that Ameriak eak as gfl bnglisa -one Thbe .liter of th filled e ea is n plir i nd ite i: rcl r ....
Sas the English themieloes. sh ta extra dry hamtio,. the plg no ro n -e -cisi osnlti :-I .
San offset to the tendencies which Professor Sket attributes the excel is rtia art so Ita piLce adl ttes-n.h e e. i.i rc s- cin n- .
have told alast the farm there have lent pronunciation of maly Amerlane le and tho iach is placd on ice. Of touh asco to c k- p ,rn W TO BU o n R FOR $ 0 come varlosmprovementa which have to the fact that that t rinig Ia Eng- course i g.ssl dnl of the gas esafesC :c. of i .-s nr a r t c ,o. a rio 11 a rendered country life mor easy and lish I carried a with much greater but a fair iquantiy remains side. and. b1- '- rrdin L plant But there ha been a sclal stritone and to a far greater extent the result i that, after an hour or t o- ""a ec 10 00 a well as ecnom Wfalling o. and in America thea In Englad. where the of freezing one is rved with a daisy na l i le t the prneident wants this condition ot great hoole treat Latin apd Uv ak appetizing eno gho to mae a girl eat mi of i e rdocn a ia o r su. a ar soo odY roeted. but entirely dee aosy or Iriy imyuueitoe pnd leac- iile eater her making at gl a t oe r iSiirie la ii!i i-i 1. with. He wants our farms to be work attention to teashileg Euglish or clo- are of fundam-e:;ts and exrere -- -L' ad by the same self repecting inde tloo. Moreser the study) of phonetie. You Never Can Tell end r for eI r, i tni ow HO 5 Llon -T ncs ofancc In the n eld of pr enon---du- -o- - -,,,
pendett and esetially manly and wo- is taken sroubly in Americ, while it just ectly thueceof our rheuati Cn. ... manly me and women such as in the is almost unknown in England except iui )u kowy )o havcit. Iyouuno kw th; In order en to coriulte t he ml- nOW TO 3' A r\*OOUT Ipst he he constitute the most va to a few students. The cosequece is theilrd' Snow Lini.ent will cure it-re- ) of both iios in t acCm is -- .-- .
tule skineatofthelatlion that the ordinary Englishman Is n olio tho li-s--reo the sin r ii is
He Pe urOseto i every enaeourge- g trely ignorant of his own hlnguag L[ tie eicrd n tr-1t1 nei seerTc 611s -er iDr-n --l - .ee st to the groth In the open frm- Io adds Pric it- d d dbyTaeil Seuait at se n Itlthtbnt eiad -i see no objection to the employ h -r anl I tu r "ldby Tituille ariir e o e th a s;w To eO a r orT on s oal movamem as will meet the de- ment of Americans to teach Englis, a n n. ,- o.r mamd of the heat type of farmers. ie because they give attention to the sub- LONDON'S NEW FOOD FAD. ,,rn. on, rdcar, o -- would like to e more Ilbrarles, assem- t and erstanod wht they are T e u ore.enir .lia bly hallo and sacal organizations of all talking about." Penguins Eggs Imported From S e th o ve 0t, kadm. He wants the school buildings Afrioa Soming FaPhonabl. PRICE EACH adthe teIhe toheof the very high NEW SLEEPING CAR. he very latest thing bmpote fr id of o oles --r -... m eat type and the country church re I the purpose of putting ne edge on the r, ; hired. He ls anlous that all kinds of Roman Catholic Priest's Railroad 5lnde.lrs ipro e-rlilly jndeI tea i ageRies. frous rural free delivery to Coach Has Berths In the Center. l uppeti Is the p:niuss eg. THE RU DER PueSH Co the bllrie and the telephone, shool The Rev. Leopold.Hoff shniider. w i -b ill 1 tI arnt sell -nit ,e a r -a 'easr .- -v- us
be utilized to the lrge .t extent tor of 8t P'eer aud St. Paul's Itomu rlI Itel t, th- ,loet.r e4 It i
temarlrle resul r hots-lic chi itlurl r ihav iei1I .i.- af rii
d by the d trel nnut e agri cenitri n a__ : I',. iZiiaa ,f A, .I ., : S-- it I .- thea larertsie of urCunI l the : ir hiil l "

teri g of agriculture to uierig iatout t the ~e larin ad ee oniihe tli sidet I -t ii t '- .i e a best kind of life on the ane for tl m l it p ilei t l i e li I t fr N1 _I-rce "i. i f sake of pnlluecn tho hoot liiid of cesfi so tic viL, of i s r "cu I me Te Tctision will answer t e is Iamogothbr thrh .e squPstioun: rn'er te smia ofe Il- t
How can the lie of the farm famiic p st p u as a. h us a r. made I telehr-i icl-ir r I,,eorin:i). i OLI .il.. ,, l e s".i Hf er a no d r r. m tr an lr,,o f p l bm a d s ti er, e a h hieer lanocnhore i 0,e' tid t ut o tp rd rT r; n:.d nort i d
H Wa on ow, l. L .e :d d .rt ,, so oe n dbe ms e iae ihe r ei" on "s-.Pon y beenc i t n
e i he t irlel and "hr it t pa- i "11i r l e iiF Am t lwit andeerseseoed noi oie5J as bc-Lt..-u; L i ...

o l te s d ot the f e r h eln i i l P lenty of Trouble Sta be ar us in Ih c, r.a tat tol 4 r :1 s i K IL L Tn C O U C H

Among the objeci. n-bith the iom la l-- -i5 I no... ._-. . CURE THE LUNC

eduration rurl orgenislian real h1i,,. aci c alr l1r elOiu1ASCt T L N
location Ol 1 olel of l ohi re tin. IIr T Dr. Kin land settlements and labor ra suppy. Tht ig ed I ... ... n.
os ,,,of ic ,a gtr sr iIui -.,. ,,
.a.u an eaaaatio t ohu .
which there ea tee improvement : s If teh I KaLd T COi han lligh-od -r- 5n ol hh
educ itt, D.,,I t YruralA organizatoR Cruire ,hi; te

a.. lel d l yehao*e .u0. +n Big tea ..T.. .b ig's
hercom nic eh a Ple ill ioftwo kadc n t ad d at s LY HAaL T A S T OND LLLTHRO ATADL I into the motan of Im proa -od t n e in r is le .a (iFRNE
theal college and fameO, bceitiec -UTbD. ftT IAee i. I~u, e 1




m nsr a(sn A

'l ary reot regarding the Glad To

rior e crop are muchlite
alu tit it will oba require
aisrough caurases of the state tonorse ent
grain the real colitineThe
S Endorsement

S crtailed the probable yield Of Th onow w hirty Great
Sj d o n the monitor Florida
h %eewas being blown up by a
So0They had s Remiel eidi,
a t the danger, estimated the
See witnesses and took the eru
sl. Peace has her heroes well
S,.. I Do So
The have a non-partisan citiens'
mb hi New York whieh keeps tab Aost
a amlbs of the legislature and
ee iam of the fellows who have so aril
wall discharged their duties as todea. n re4e' ion and the further l ulia Marlowe.

atty aed twenty-one senators and y-three asemblymen to the legaim and of this band of eighty- 6 MISS JULIA MARLOWE.
far lawmakers the union finds only HO. Du II. fleW, 11. Senter-let i Teday' Prmar y 0 '0,0
aimewhoarefittogoback. Foro- -- NYemedy tha benefitdies "ipro'v u en te e Ol
these are senators and five assembly- klirailtlStltlet of lrud'S Tots by PNit 1hjofitim Ii th Firft rsgteas the ner. u saoro d a gistp od m te
Tb serve nSters rqu-Ire nulatittoni e, I got bad .gin m n. Sec(PilPUlesShoig Fletcher's aid Gllcrist's 6al i tie S n If the digetion is impaired, the serve "I ook the med asie for tW.o 7es.
FIRr SECOND FIRST SEWND centers become b semie, and indigesnU then got ie k ogi i ad gave up a lr ud Gilhrst lN PRIMARY PRIMARY PRIMARY PRIMARY is res-l, hope.o.f griog i....
The election Tuesday proved aver- sras bA o se aw-Me am, e nolt uto uid bygi o y
itbelndalideto Gilehrist for gov- D -R N d w
ernor and resulted in the election of 4l s t procareda h ot oi on .ad ,omFletcher for U. S. senator over Gov. LaGrn e 16 16 18 18 rua t someed taking it. I ae t toe a seri
Browd. Tituvile ataelon ad rnoml digetio is thbe bottles sd no tro il e-ed.
toward. Titusville 22 9 37 4 r lt
Returns received from all over the City Point 9 2 9 6 In other words, Perns goe to the .Ive gaelad is sotregk d
state up to noon yesterday give Dun- Rockledge 54 35 5 32 tte of the whole difficlty, when Felifr a dferv ps.I bs Eau Gallie 28 13 11 btt e disagreable symptom diffpp- s erents a. hs ls dI h an U. Fletcher a lead overGovernor Melbourne 1 3 9 1 is. ye n Per u is s Is M
Broward for U. S. senator of 4,084 Malabar 18 14 4 3 Watsonville, C arhnttrs ne uch r pep
votes. The total tabulated vote so Grant 3 2 3 I w troubled with my i tomeb or ion, e dolng gres t d' of hrm.
far forsenatorgivesBroward22,146, Banyan 17 16 15 18 six years. I tried many ktnds of mmil. Sleep medicine and r a te powrs.
Fletcher 26,544. For governor, Gil- Merritt 12 51 2 1I cine, Laow ureted by three doro e. ere l slike-tr. aepr pee.
christ 27,822, Stockton 19,159. Haulover 0 0 3 6 1 pThey ld watput liquid diet for be l right, l thl e d-geton were Oe
These fguresrepresentaboutfour- Canaveral 1 4 3 4 there months. t ora liq t frro e* dige eao.
fifths of the total vote of the state Total majorities 5 137 5 158 20 lar a Total majorities 137 5 I which gives Fletcher a lead over 5 5 20 =1
Broward of more than 4,000 votes,
ad Gilehrist over Stoekton of more Net majorities 183 132 138 85
than 8,000 votes. It isexpected that Fletcher's gain in second primary 51.
the remainder of the returns will not Gilchrist's gain in second primary 53.
materially affect the general result

Fletcher and Gilchrist. the place.
FletcherearriedAlachua,Bradford, The concession of the govern ent
Citrus, Columbia. DeSoto, Duval, to the demands brings the matter to Escambia, Gadsden, Hernando, Hills- a satisfactory connlasion and the borough, Jefferson, Leon, evyMad- P. and O. SS. line and Hotel Coison, Manatee, Marion, Monroe, Or- lonial will continue to be larat arige, Osceola, Polk, Putnan, Su.- during the tourist season, the same
wanee. Sumter and Walton. as heretofore.
Gilchrist carried Alachua, Baker,
a Bradford, Citrus. Clay, Columbia, EYER WATCHFUL
DeSoto, Duval. Escambia. Franklin. A it- "Cr
Gadsden, Hamilton, Hillsborough, A Littl W Cre Will Sae Mary Titii-
Jackson,Jefferson, Lake, Len. Levy, nil' Reador Future Trouble
Madison, Manatee,. Monroe, u, '.... ... ....Orange, Oseeola, Polk, Putnam, St. .. .. ,
Johns and Walton. i'.- .
THE STAR publishes in another Ie !- "" '
umn a comparative statement io th n ,n1
vote in Brevard in both the ist ah,) i i L i h second primaries, which is ilr,- Tit,:- ,. Fla.. F: r so, ing, and shows a decided gain in ith' n n reied f rn a wakn s
second primary for Fletcher and Gil- r:'. oi .:l- :tti : u! it! clir ti St:,ch Trouh ,,
christ, if the -d:,' i g t e ,
l na, aod wak at lI -uie',d IAgreed to Terms isantl ,im11 a dull. agini pain 717
Persons arriving at Mianii a few though my ,loin,. I eul nit 'st
days ago from Nassau by the Ichoi-. "ell at night anl atl time .. in
er Equator brought the information l ti t-, te d... ..ii N% aiti N
that the house of assembly in se-on du'ltie,. I sl several r i-,ed i ut h: a i
there had grantedthedemansmadle did not- hlsan mueit r ii F. I fin:l i [ by Mr. Flagler for a renewal of the cael'e i i'ian's Kito's Pill ro, 1.t N te -htainl tllmit. The)N pitievd I j, ii
mail contract between the Engli-h far nire beeIcial tomet than an.
government and the P. and 0. S. other re-nley I hi tev .rouly ui. Nltihe
Line. The lam-ns a:ind srens. acr,1i Noli I:c!, b u th :
It will be remembered that .Mr. ni ba'k va:nishd, nKty idney re
Flagler demanded of the British gv- tions aced iegularlan,! I nw f n i ,.. For sale by the d tln-nge- nd hitter in eryh teas. 1 t-. Fiorie ait ihc olcr- ortie'it t eminent three conditions for the re- e Dans Kidneyter inP re d it. It tus i. I I t a 6ti ai
newal of the mail contract, which this great change in my condition." 1, at p..i... t ,,N D I A N R IV ER
expires December 31st, next. One For sale by all dealers. Price $U of hearing ,l ai r tiro in.
SG tim n v a tI tb n a o e 4it .in i Mr 'Irto was a five-year contract, instead of e rs. Fster-Miburn C.. new real or eronal a h h, MUSIC HO USEon
Yor. sole agents fur the United ........ or .. fr bh M USIC HO 0 SE
ten: the sue of $25, a near i orn s o Il rrtin. --oihtx- or r and s HO
stead of $17,500, and thirty-five in- Remembr the name Dan's and the ass.-sment ro is for sad n ear.
stead of forty trips of the steamer take no other. R. A.ts ;. TITUSVILLE. FLA
Miami between Nassau and Miami. Chairman of tre ad of Count CormisIn the event of the government re- Draying (Attet) ard Cut. Floia.
fusing to grant the above terms Mr. Deryingor haulingofall kind prompt- A.A S T.t and Clerk of
--- .attendedto. Meetalltrans. Clerk of ioit (,urt and clerk ef Flagler stated thathe would closely H. E. HotTon, Board of County t'ommiion r .f a
the Hotel Colonial at Nassau and' Titusville, Fla. By O. A. Stewart. Deputy.


issing a fSI ad
Il ium it d1d--Ive ak Slayer of The. Uat Will iRese a
emocr aaaslex.,'s Oldest O l ee m.y m Baak of Florida is to be the bhoe of the ta- els A la n"ae
1 ter being opes only mum Jude Loving who came 151 too- 'oIu man. klho, seem t W st l. zaiss 5a dgbtem day was; doed for bdna torlety last yer asthe iayer of Thenr 1 mo, Scam.od sed 15d.5-.l ttahaissof estla b by order Of State er cro dore Este in Vieralss. Thb s t of a. ofa Sarious ehsea are made against the his remoal to this state is told In A 'onducOt
bray. director ad lofents, alleging aMtap. Richmond dispatch, as follows: terT. Fretae add thePlW it.
Proain of the deposltors' money,. According to fframmata nte ed F. LACXA Ph. D., Winter P k F. Sfranduleat entries an the books a e o Wn B, Ph. D., Winter Parhek, Fl
other llegal aets, Judge William Loving and the -......r:ene of theteywh ad KIBLINGER AUTOMOBILE
4J" maa ao the County edof the ctcess of its big tourist, ho- Lon- u e o eKIBLINGER AUTOMOBILE
a A l poti. n h money a ed indignities offered the judge' "a331 -y Jpo of 1111 wO V arrn in been suhbscrihed to warrant proceed ughter, Judge Loving be been ofl- HIGH E8J, SOLID TIRES, STANDARD TREAD OmIt Tesday mornaig, June 23. ing with the ereetion- of the half-mlLS, SOLID TIRES, STANDARD TR n wN be aso more Sunday shav- lion dollar structure which w, .of counsel for the Seaboard Air Line ft- ls *0 barbr shope of Jarboon- completed, he operated ho the liervey t Tilh e Fi._ and noon 111 eu a tle b so Jhae- Hotel Company on a scale similar td with his family to make his Catalogue Free W. P. UNDERWOOD, Fort Pierce, Fla. ric rinftg BdZay clow- that of the Cawtho at Mobil man home therere S r aged by Hervey Brothers. It is understood that the greatest Tampa is Ambitiouo Big Fire at Sanford. I Mels Math and Ray have one Privates Joseph T. Henry and Geo. incentive for the change of residence (Tampa Tribune.) A dispatch from Sanford, dated S lbts largest cantaloupe and melan Roberts of the Illthe Coast Artillery of the family has been the social o- That a of the foreign shipping Tuesdayc. say: frme n lorida. Their acreage of Corps, stationed at Fort Dade on Eg- traism since the tragedy, not only of from this section will ultimately be The warehouse and ilhine shops watermalas 14 Mqrin county is 7S0 mount Key, In Tampa Bay, are in s the judge but of the young lady and done direct from Tampa now seems l G. H. Fernald and the packing nd in moo 500. rious trouble and will probably be the remainder of the family as well assured. The establishment of the house of Chae & Co. burned Monday tried before the federal court on the Puble sentiment has been with the nw dos of the Hendry & K ight i night. in the b uding trade. ahad charge of robbing the postoffice at victim of the tragedy to ueh. an ex- bt e of the my wer ft I The as dieicd I .he re,
that the contracts let t that city gnt Key. They have already been tent that Mins Elizabeth has not been prove that will be ad in part of Fernalds machine shop about and m etl r ooo to e loed, Invo Indicted it is more than likely regid in socialwithin the ne w 130 a m. and all cort to allay boding ot perilon. to the et of they will be ennced to the pento- Women of the community recently I years, the most recent contemplation I the famec by th e company wenr ely half a million dollar tiary. elled a pretentious monument to the being that of the Seaboard Air Line, unavailing. The fire spread to the Reports from the port of pte c A sad parody on the effect of Amer memory of Estes and at the time of which was decided on during the vis- packing house of Chase & Co. one of Sfor the month of May exceeded In can clvliaton was seen on Twelfth this ceremony sentiment was again it of the officials to Tampa this week. the best of its kind in the State hich ai the month of May exceeded street yesterday afteron. An el- revived against the Lovings. A greater portion of the $3.000.000 Ias also roosumdi The losses are gao $ 0mbr sod tobacco forced the derly Indian squaw, with two chil- Judge Loving formerly was manag- certificate issue will be devoted, it is ariously estimated at tlonr $I5l0i0) lre mb ad tobe for me t t dren, was leading an Indian back, er for Thomas F. Ryn at Oak Ridge sid on good authority, to the build. to $75.000, only partly protected by
lain telsforg eor r pressumably her husband. He had and it is preaumed that it was through Ig of terminals here on Grassy insurance.
partaken too freely of the stuff that Mr. Ryan that he secured the present land. and a depth of at least 24 feet of The Uate State dredgebat Fe Intoxicate, and the squaw was lead- offer. water will be provided. This will al- Born n Iowa idsa sw at work at Gilbert' bar lag him safely acros the street. The nltottheHn d~ofaor low all of the tramp otemers tha and hahe Ucd .tbero hd inmb aid I depena the channel from the sene was pathetic. Following thi ow go to Port Tbmp to trke o their Ce nd Diarr Remedy (made siD e r to deep water. W the paty was another indian brave, co- (Miaml Metropoll receiver gti to s r mbelbedll aa i to mpsod, hot drawling A petition paying for a receiver cargo here. sodIt ie n believed wlill "Min) r e'n. 1W i ho it, it .
d eying the width of the alk being bat Tampa orll be --E n e P- ih er'it. Ile thirt feet will be able to enter the L too full to tread the narrow path o d order a ting a receiver for nt shipping pothat from this te n in the .rom e tes r ife m the Oseeola Fruit and Vegetable A Via. the real shipping po na b a e te int from this te,. Ha e ne a f s i th omem the his forest life.-Miami Metropoli. ta I
oarloa Johe C. Pepper, a old an elation, of Fort Lauderdale. bas been ritory. at stoeno -t d roe int ed the We G d ed ile shin at Norris Cut Wed- filed in the e ffice of the county clerk. poring their visit to Tampa the of remedy e. Iit h pore very amae l
nO atoobicaon mt iBataS u e. nh eib oo fn000 ir nenwi ho in r in.-dios rs. Thi at his ba e 'itn that ton lat Frday day for bonefish Mr. George H. The prayer is by T. A. Price, et tis of the Seaboard went over al remedy i for ale by Titialle Plurmery. an wa qrd oatrdy. He Wa 4 Van Vleck. of the yacht Novla, hoked ., treaurr of the concern asd in it o the governm ent survey for the deep
seed sad wa of Etr lish dee t a d landed a 28-pod permit. The be sets up that the Onceola Frt anil enItg of the channel Into Tampa Bay, Harpooned Movn ter Jw. Finh yasto d hoen yr o p tp a game oght it requiring Iegetable Association ws oa n nid and found that conditions are ideal for One of the largest fish caught for sinato orid a u t J y a hoar till It. The per o November 14, 1003, for the pur the establishment of extenve tei n tmi- awie time in Ihe Hillsborough river foy amt november 1, 1903, for the ph al Ae l is a specie of the pompano, and pose of buying and setting land, grew- als on Grassy Island. It is under- was captured Sunday by Capt. AuAo t aroad very rarely caught with hook nd Ing and marketing fruit and vege- stood that at least l$1.500000 will be gustus Crawford of the tug boat Mary R bn this l That caught by Mr. VanVck le. etc. That It has never been e ded on the terminals here. Ler. He observed a huge t h in the rea en de is et a very ge do- wan above the average size, and t paying venture, but that failure hs The conditions here it is said. are water and promptly harnoned It Alad ne not eof three taken In local waters in attended every effort; that it owes much better than they were eat vn ter a strenuous struggle l an hour ed at th pr h a Ab tout 100 t o ot several Years b far Ia is him the sum of $2w500r and various na when the Seaboard took over stud a hal he managed to kill it. with orates f A atl e p w l d g er the o ot as ver l year o t f ta s e hi the o m of $2 500 e nd a ri eso
at t e av here nown. The largest of the three ther sumse, together with a mortgage Huthion land, which is just op the aid of Joe Parsons, who is running dayil.-Wainla Avoate. weighed 35 pounds. and k killed by in the nun of $4,000 held by the rt poete Savannah. and after spending for councilman for West Tanpa, snd An atoobile can make thea di- Cattain Albert Heinkle at Soldler Key National Bank of St. Augustine. in the neighborhood of 2.000.000. Mr. Jonson. who is a friend of theirs. stance between Detlnd od DIayton three year ago. Captain Heinkle The prayer also charges a gr is made the fnest terminals south o and hoisted it aboard tllh a biok and W in aqllk order. Only about a was with Mr. VatVlet.-Mlami Mo, management of the affairs of the Baltimore. It was necessary to spend tackle. It turned out to l e a Jewfish forth of the road yet remains to be tropoliocalon; that there is no money in thousands of dollars in piling there. weighing 653 1- pounds, and nas se eheled and Contractor Canno will the treasury that the oc It rhar vluch of this will not be ne en feet svell inches ohg ntptain nish thi big contract within the A Nearro Esape. tirely insolvent' al that its onlyat the Gry Island watel Crawfurd hall to weigh it i1r w-wtis time agreed poa--net Janury.--D (alnoaelle Sun.) set is a certain tract of land of ma r. owing to having small oalea. it nas Lad .oC -i n Prcuyo shl reen rinlly bnd but unbiow value. By tohee nd l- The Tampa Northern terminals will caught from the tugboat Miar Ie. maksLand uaordvidable eas certainly ind tobut untnohn value. Bya f r hev uh cr vdt ser s C t- i Pinappile i re now going forward the employes of C. A. Colclougb, at tions. etc.. a receiver for the o be on Gray Iland, and thi rao i at the rate of forty to fity carloads a is big cantaloupe farm, Tuesday, ton Is prayed. se tind to e doy. The crop will be quite short which probably saved many lives and The order made by e b Jones al point of south-west Florida. Just was _aucct ahod t a cluarior a aI and will probably not erxcd the total soie valuable stock. It was a msl- names Mr. Reed A. Bryan. of Fort ne work will be commenced by t he ri\-r hc the Fi,, I- ,i shipped inst year which was 375.000 ter of only a few minutes. but thoeo lalerdoale. receiver for the assola Seaboard depends. in a large easur bridg. Th, Ila ICi, rates. A hill crop would be in the who ouall have been the vitim feel tn, his bond being fixed at $2.000. on the completion of the plns, aftet Ilarg I h thi sTr i u a -b I ll aelghborbood of 0s,000s crat.--St Ithankful that they are the survey hea been mado Irt i i r lir 1 T tone County Tribune. I Preparing For Tourist Tral undertood hero that a corp Ti Mr. Collough, Ao s now e A train load of railroad ties arrived giners will shortly arrive in Tampa Omfcil orders. have been st out in ipilkling his crop has twenty-si t here yesterday morning from the for the purpose ofi the of su r e re1 to the State militia tht'the State has ron e plo eed in his field. Just north f- d late io wa t i nln th .re taken potenaiOi of the government ten inet before oe12 ngthepur of distrluting the ties lishment of be terminals. oad nl Iili.i iial .y-r,, arsenal at St. Auustine, an1 that the ; tuoerlcstortrm, lightning struck a l iuPog the e inhe de r n s w:t, : beadquarteri of the adjutant cr,..rcl larae oak tree under whch the hands along the railroad earth of this city.a have been moveI to i ivty f ri ae a*Ii eaii theIn the train were trwenysixn crarloads No Need of uSoffering from Rheum- ,il i" a llic 1 c i,.lh l hach been monthsto that eiros ialanarenhasn t r st i t o t ha palod tl ring. Tb1ta g tio s Which all oMeial ldusiney wile b- ai 1, ,d h o il e l edo o rih of re iri t a irro inr g ol, all the,, i,- lea ic, ire b transacted in the .llre. li n is t be c r kof e pin ad ai ging et raped n rcrbItht deic b ., tic o-an -haso u' t .
liaii is goinr cn uite rapidly and rli.vrc eo in,hn t i,. cnrr e ic. .i-I ih ln. ) iLe.lrli i ,.t
A municIpa t n a:W i large cang if men is employed In xprlyrei hnvila'ri I.i.i.,rut Th r I b ,;, .
carbo e aci. s si l e a h s rt ,e op rk. whith will continue through ia or i ir, ,rr giv r. er lio n rtr ,id y lr. i I.. H. Frerei was d-fated by Irak ti F bir ll thenr The bridge gang is al- l ihl.. i T, I. r Wing by I6 votes. Judge Harry. n ai I l. I ,,k ,,n Ih arts tr.stoer and lirf ih i l. I It I l lrI- ll h iI I: P ee ple as re elec te d. rl on K e ller l n q u ie te d wn nr irer.-e t t, rf iek cl,, c -i t t, i r was re-elected treasurer and 'aptai t i x i l dtir hi rill ti in er-, W. A. JobncOn defeated the present -,m hln of Ib. A Missionary Ehibition. i citymight have beca 1eviolic-A. Illr-lls lng pit in and Lohd~. Jn .-AoefiiP
city clerk, Franklin P ble on for tod e I). ani d. . . l n . i, . .. -........ll..
on .cc thaduc 00,rt I!icic I rcg seiill cu borc _mo -t he c1. .A. Dr. A. C. Hambln, unlt) phyiiician children might h:lre l* iilian Iid i io i gllainari ,\lni it l lh i raI'au.tu oa i.xt te,. c i c -r,.,',Ii l aakes an unfavorable report as to the less unt, li wi n- o i, w r- i obi.;iew..i condition of the Blount convict ramp -- ai NesR rd. .n in I.oe hn he il.,I cI thiIn Manatee county. On a recent visit Italian Conspiracy Averted n-donl -iU,[c hlbti, t iu e - of ltespection he fotnd that the food Last Friday aftiernml tb Irt;lilt. CypresShglesin DodeCounty d tllal ib ol -. ii 1, served was very limited In quantity conpriiing the railr.a s,- ln (ri I the clrtt ci oir-r i i,- I I cill !'itoirri i and poor In quality. Other e indi under foretan Cccilill t ll ,. 1, c c bi i h d, ..c ii ,ti cii 'h. CITATION NOTICE tlions were found entirely unsatialac- cocluslon that the neehd nI nonvilsiis l ure of iprs hiicvhsi ,ir hicriil lt'-h I--!N i c, ii i tory. boss and straighta' began deisig least there i a ci ernout n fir t r rel nh- -1 c ,f thcr -pi*iI1n:lr I r' 1 Profesor L B bholz who has ways and means of putting 1r. Coch- start thy inlustr. A gliitiarn I irou tirls thir-i' -:r the cI-hl In I\ l[ II \FLO filed the chlr of philosophy and pols- ran out of the way. The rotirprcter. ICanada. nh o wAell acquainted with Churchili l -cilJ at o cirr cI R V. gagy 1 the Florida Woman's College oe. overheard the conversation of th l the lumber bnsines, rently maci e r-vc tdcy. at Tliahssee sine 101. has re- mutineers and stared to war Mr liil, i ti th i )lrec rc 0 ir aliris I.- cri h l 11 ,': i .
signed that position to assnme the Cochran. when the wrelches. divniing Fort auderdale and he as so fa- rrr nea 'Pac-rot if irirlc.s u.I
duties f o perlntendent ot public In- his intention. assoalted him ith shoe- or.,hl iprrrir i rith the outlook lighr lirrig curd urioclrii T 1 h i strnction n illisborough county for els and picks and would have killed that he at ome b Ian ii lrr piao 0. cOl r,-llllil scerO ui t.l lo jroo ,.rc I ic i-: ,Iwhleh e was nominated In the recent him on the spot hal AIr. Cihran not to start a shinle mll There are tined i his ind elist th ri lit -2 c- !
primary, drawn his revolver and drien chem thoocan; clf crc- of ricelrcros in most ur r"'ar forl taller O'l'. Ii ,,iI,, ,:!"
A Utle eChild of Mr. and Mrs. GO. F. away. The interpreter was badly If the Evrrglad anil although the tim- ap el in the ca-ui (if i-icsccoiary po, I .c: i ci i o c l\'i-!
Bemer aged about eighteen moths. not dangerouly injured. He was e itnt ge ls lrg as some in the lganda. r. I"i ''
while all were absent from the room sent to the hospital and has nt bee no llthe rt par f the State. it uill b, "ldl ,i it-ligils, is to show 'ti Ia r
wher the child w Friday afternoon heard from. His assailants were im oer of vrofit when cUt up into anid owrruiiingl which recall their nele .
by SOm a got hold o a bottle of mediately taken into custody and plc shingles. Up to date mahintr illor i rignal SOrric. objelcs, ools lie c lI c" Ii
eubyll pulled t fld edin ja l.rorais b installed and it is exd., trd that de ies h .1.1ch man h.s se,,ht t d,, I l) 17 "I't"O:V

all oe t pea rt of Ita lIttl gratalateud upan hi capre--Fortert pr. S iI bei in ,at iorl uri ive o Ich
body, bring it in frightful manner Pierce Tribune. lont--tloii wl lr nt atirto to orshi


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tion lawyers be gan int hplom t aileb Mi ipeadcts. charged with leada Yewg g lw ithe opRell of the Repubikan par Chaira Gary ot the qel tinu n- asiraS. was agan acquitted the than the 2,M 01 s0 and womes to msaed that there had bn assgre New York jury tb ed at t a sdge bills fBl to w hl b h heard the elineha Amoce Uilkwiaas a k strctua hae ftm t1iO a decie Besides the butendd to uM and other Dia r t, Itonfo of

thins place of now ofa- the fa- " Papers I.L os abollionit mid that President Far d Rd o Raaver. and place of the in- y I MIIt ooseelta dream of national pop Upon the petition of the National propr relatiuonsth tTie and power "alled In express Car Wheel Company of New York the rcums tanal r i" .p~itaLY.
the latent brutality of the mase" a distrlet court at Toledo, O, has p dense was strong, It is the N l i national CORVenti0 that the ati w forsakigngl Chris pointed Vice President Worthington of b litchock pt i Rao k th twh tia el last for power and the Wheeling and Lake re receiver up gen I dieneal e cntu pens at Chicago With Taft's welth. He went on to any that the for the road. hh is the ourth old anb asprdt hs i nd moved afr yas sof
b "Opens at Chicago With Taft's wth awB t orh d I IIIet4 fl d-.
DNoination Conceded by Allies uman where e itte a s:. other re o te nto the hands of ae : I I ae i- c
and a Radical Roosevelt Plat. hand to han. "are simply the legal- i one The petition says that the roud har shd i ut o. hi. and they -ent k oa, b id[zed expression of legeaized wrong." In is in debt to the extent of over $2- anyful norn, inu cti :r i ferm PRpared-Contest Over his opinion the .tumnultous rec ption 000,000. This moe s understood. PcachWith 0,0 Gone -tae back, c b-d r
SeondPlace-Protest Against of the feet on the Pacific enact simu bow. to be a pllaiLnary step to Postal IauIs .Oi:i.. d mit that they bhesandBrightz ..... .... r.
lhte, ideal- of international eninity and the reorganization of theGould system nanot ipace their hands on mail fr I~ f kidey tl-e Ivmction Plan-Virginia and bnloay retaliation, sonullie patriotism George Gioldt the head of the system polh ourtaiing 50o .0 or more Dr. Kimer-, Snamp-Root
Kentudky In Bryan Iine-?!eet- "" 'In"n ar pride" before sailing for Europe gave an in- hia had disappeared in transit from .i c ed :; : :
oL ialis-Labor Convention. terview in which he explained that the I. .\o ,, New York. From the :ec, ler oll -ing of Edward and Nicholas The leaders of the Socialist-Labor latest receivership waes inevitable aft -hin st m e ployed for regis :ther y
Brings Warning Frm Kaiser. paty have decided to hold their r- the Wabah-Pittiburg had default tri-l -souh as this the time ofl i a
tdial convention at New York. Jul ed, the latter being "unfortunately i. 7ij:q ane a pretty pl he-st in India Causes Drastic 2- emeIc.i- to name a fr!l ticket in overapitali ed." a he admitted. Stil. s:i. not the p:ace wa s somewher evy case tah: oa ape vs a
easU S -RevO l In Korea opposition to the regular Socialists un the Wabash was "a fine property with itn tsh Kansas :ity division. it it ie a-ilee b---t: ;- : ser the leadership of Debt. great earning powers." When asked nirely tenoed hat tile theft too w hae a trt l : i i Spread. AasOlo Agtn if he had abandoned his transcon- IaTe in trhe empor try ul rnTatlio mbte ye meI by l- I)'a.
Against Omlahon e Aitlation. plans he replled that every where the hbags are transferred in that li e : i r Businena men and deteg:es from yf ter has to e the measles city, f yoer coWusenal clubs cat at Oraeasa r c- *s t t=cy PO ,LITICA e ttor egin t t OkIahomt and hoping cough." implying that _ier in thsp ...... cl tOL1 1InAitto gi n settr ipa~go he would go forsari with his plazs 1 i i a ot-a ogninet further restrictive and radl l later on. He pointed to the increased INDU STRIAL Dr. K T a Nomination Coneded. legiiatlon.i The chief aldres a r earning. of the ire era Union o as an h-t-n -. Y _e
in advance of the actual gathering made by Prl'ident sitmons of the heharine of better time ahead t G t Crops A- re-- d. h a ity e
ad the epuilic national convention Simmons hardware combin:ion of cSt. omplined that the poliitcal campaign Chief St:ili-i. I lark of the de-olaraei ar d r
aul Ciesso the two Important que auls. He made a tog e he against the railroads ad been fright- tent at nw
rifts heatt th, b.r, )s l *. 5 wil be l .: . the of candidate and platform her rsilroadn by incnivit how IIe fat In its effects. He sid It had cost nale-m That ii,. c- f00 n-ill ho
en lrtnilly answered, while a free tion of extension work had thrlonu the shareholders of the Mi-sourl Pa- ote th t. ro,.s tho is ifr all tale for the running mate is IofrnitO men out of or k. HRaeil Othere, ver ol0rt0 last t l p rip r t tist iol
alit looked for by anome. Even the could he no general proslrity ntil ic anse S g a reduction In theo nodl d th ie I a ro ;Ir isM jh i managersof the the railroads aible to participate freight and passenger rates and an aotln oe i g t e a allies co-nceded Ie was against toveranent tasem in the oprating onpeer. Thi rm-cn his iven eroo t-d hop that Taft would ship. wbchb would come if the rail Gould said he was great admIrer the rerity bt-i ern. coal rn e o have a safe nma roads were not let alone to work ou Taft who abed shown good judgment the rit ers jorty of thedel. their salvation. when on the bnh- .
egates for o Victory For Genor Hghas. As to his rly mter he ane 0RrC nomination for At last Governor Huglhes of aNew nooucv that all optsitloo to the mar president on the York has won h fight against the riage of h!s siste. .1tme Anna Gould Bres ballot after rae track combine, the anti racing or the he Prine d- Seano had beln ai The Anglo-Russian Love Feast. theactionof th ant billsha the adn-idablto bill tavinsooosi tile dsc-u and that he hoped to attenll the King Edwalrd ad Queen Ale:ai fu' national com senateIn extra n session-2toi These wedding of England wem the go Ist of car f mlltte on the are the same bills which were defeat- Nicholas of Rusi let weck. xc ha o i'r r, varia claims ed by a tie vote in April. alace whkh Sen Prie Still Higher. lUg visits from of contest time a special election had rtetrled The ref trust aain has advanced thr frespete tr, delegatinaa had one new neator for the bills. Still thin the prle of meats to wholesalers to a ro: ol echts o been taken. In would not have won the day had not point one-third beyond the high mark ti pcts of s Ye every seator Foelker. whohas bheenrar ess- ITched on ne a o d I"retailpier a pt hiet the A Tcry-ywi SEh:et. Frak Hitchock. a the Taft ly ill with weakened heart, made a i thane at Ity time in ove r c me
delegates were seated. nly n Lot- special trip to Albany. accompanied by yea The rarity of cattle is giren from Peterho
sin was prvlion made fie splitting his doctor to cast his rote for the h t Ica the a the arson for the freat Peeohofi' I
the degationa qulymsa between to Tla.est adeate. This 1 attributed to b pertl light., hetw the tRairt nder .".
ee nelants ad th regnin o in the money panic, which prevented thth, ,und.... .
nt Members o the United States Kenate rattlemen and farmers front carry ia strong milta r
-Lay Wbkm- Ths decision carrid IuIer guard. The ecr with It the recognition of neither of aaace committee held a meeting at throfoh the winter the usual nauer t t
te t theo New ork June 11. and appointed of young animals Then it i said that gave bIcanqt a l t ofa orgaeeaeatinn of the party in tint eheommbittee for the purpose of be- farmers ould not arord to feed the t gliag the gathering of data for the corn to the catle owing to the high t during ata a
w of the sta Ildentsf revon of the tariff at the next ses price that cereal brought during the T oof c t
the s tolstsadel f ongra. The hose committee formation of the corner by Pte in Edard and inlo al Mnd For Lors
therlonensa the dismisd or ho s .
Fan ltebeocks the t an has bo no s s F ing a Piano Tr eat No. :imi: cr ere i:ae iu English A iquad- disap arig ,ar h"
and Rosewelt representative, from the Vieginia Loyal to Bryan. The largest combination of plano Ieu of tritih i rlitir lacotlpanied the d r lr rr
conamlttee by Chairman New after Despite the known oppoition o S- makers yet ndertaken has been incor ktns t. The Euro pean puass p look is steeped in .shlo uric ai ni c: :
iltcheoek wa dilpolad to insist on ator Daniel to the third candidacy of porated in New eir-ey under the name uip n .e Interchange as completing certain time ruenmho It
teamin in the committee room. Bryan for the presidency, the Deaw of the Amereen Plano company. aih Ithe let-c enarsnadisng toed upo
A atesment ssued at WashinGton crat of Vrgnla in state convention at a capital of ih.000.00 of 7 per -ent the i--iti.o of tiecn.maI.
asserted that the administration had Roanoke decided to hstruet delegates preferred strkh and $i.000.010 of com The 1:so:a-! dooma b, a vote of 194 decided to throw its Influence to a to support the Nebraskan at Denver mon stck. This m ergcr Includes at to 7 r cLtei the llappropriation of telyou for the second place, but this Daniel at the last surrendered to the the outset the following concern: $tl01,.iu 'ill vil'h tii lay the keels
was denied at the White House where will of the people. Knab & Co. Chlekering & Son and of f-r l Ithsh;ps this year T u 'sP ills
It wa said the president was keepnl Kentucky Democsnta Together. the Foter-Armstong company. With Near Anarchy In Persia. FOR TOrPH) LIV[R.
i hands o the vice prealdency and Harmony ruled in tb Democratic the other enmpanies to be controlled The unrest of the Persian popuaitln A torpid literdrle i
was neither for nor against Cotelyou. state convention at Lexington, leaders the output of the trust Is estimated at was momentardy ched by the shah. yptid and prdte
First Draft of Platforn of hbltherto bitter factions coming t- 18O0 piamo a year. or about 70 per but the flames were fanred by theao- S CanDAtiAttorney General Wade Ellis of Ohio gather and clasping hands. Bryan en- cent of the high grade pionon. Russian feeling in the border sections
is cedilted with the distinction of has- timent was rampant and dominant The Wabhash Quits Pittaburg. At Tabri the sto~ were closed in Dyspepsid, Costivene s, lhering written the first draftt of the plot- The headIquarters of the Wabash fear of the outreak of fighting. The metism, Sallow Skin .ad Piles.
tfom to be adopted by the Republean railroad s been removed from Pitts hah was compelled to use his troops There a no better mad lor theu enaventioat He was on hand with the EX ECUTIVE burg to leveland, and the new million at Teheran. I e ultimatum ofr sia IVm PtLL, i t p
document. which be had first taken to dollar delot and oltre building in for repraion in tr-nneetio with the Take No Substitute.
Washlngton for the president and See- Translation of Alien Papers. Pittsburg will b- rented raiding of I:uo.ian border towns os rotary Taft to edit As It atandll It PFatmaster General eon L Meyer Life Inaurans Dilsborsnotsa. paired. and the lusoian forces re e
pledsm the party unreseredly to the has ssued the expected order requr- The Insurance Press estimates that petifng to burn and destroy as mantt 81StcRI lL I lt i
Roaevelt policles. including the lm ta- ing that all foreign papers printed in the insurance -mitatells of Amerk vIllages on the Persian Ir as had
tion of the courts' power of Injunction any langage except English shall sub p.i. to d prsons and ther h.... e t........n Ruia .'.... FLORIDA TIMES- Mo
sad modiication of the Sherman law mit tranlatioo of their cot ts for es !st year a total or $474,11. ,r i t r at tbr ,e hab s th fOear Stt Pae
so an to peralt reaonable comblna- examnatiou. The effect is to he th u1nt of whie et to person of nie..
itna." It efel to the Aldrih-Vree riltlol eneclsois of the radical ftoreigs --all n,-na "re I!oihtcrlmeL of Thr Mo m;oi Suppresd. er. Os
la en ey law as a temporary ex- pr which c-uld not afford the en le. ig year no'- I t .ilo Te i l t
pedont ponding the foramtlnu of a per- ,me of tns~aiiou I he oer -rarsu]Ti /Bi-lk., 1J manent reorganization of the money The Canservation Commission. P t an- a it.t i leao -ri. Ii" : The 1fli rt dniJ rtil fort-f.
ns te he resident Cmnei eli hao s arrid out hrate iu l i cat- s ii t l i t e
"Hsnda Of the Cours. he ilii of t.- nf- c 'n-sn't--e ills sI,. ,. d-lel cv. ni ,! T,. l: : c[.c...
Eighteen Republicans of large -cor -Ovtrlors 10 apollllting a i alious a ..-nta ic te ft-. .
l-ne .tcal m u's, vm:b m
parate ainflotoe and national ropnta- ttmisoha o'uued of o"rchssm is. as at presout aid the ifTilf h o filim- Uim, JaciSitiht, F,.
ton ln their party have signed a peti and others of silo-ial tithuss tii; iti, t, ext,d D_ _ '.r. ,do lI_
tion to the resodltiono ommittee of sidr and advise hinm on qtuetio.l- re Drastc a I d Ia
the national cu\-tntion to Include In latiu to the ,.in rtllion ofi the not
the platform the following declaration: "W.- crmur .stcfldIe--et J'. :;:o :c, iLt
ite and l1egIli. 1f the -orts nte s Ptlt.l li t watto. iolre.s, Iands LG .,L-C IM-,INAL
and national. auin we hlsi-t that the iierals ti a Io 1 eecuePniv coin ,
preservation of their ludependence and ee ,Of whik ai hiif Forester Pin-bot To Years For Bank Lc:iers.
full eoititutlonal prerogaties l es i the chairnc:l I-'n:er Paing T-L ,, ri\ lid rth uI n
etalI to the main an of the tt xesto Redr t I:
Amerlean systemof n..overn .t" This The o ae toe department ha did ti cu.. ::k of cIt n L
they proposed in view of the at tac t B Ivi .. d .., ,
spon the ourt In leiocct ed to have nDtiil e re t Itlce. ..aint li-ic i ..i...... t,, J, .
platform of 19st and btlieving that r ea n height r undo chat ary ay he ht tita t -er i- -h.t- Chanbe
similar attrk is to be made this year m oe radily found. onid b o tto n ,.ur Chamberlain's
Prominent .oon. the ignars ar Nan.s of iattleahip. 'uit -..rdc t .i us e Colic, Cholera and
President Butler of Columbla unl- eretar hetcalf announes that the I, i -., : :o r :.. ,. Mc t P I t snr In F. Cholera and i I verity Joeph U hu. lhotir. CorlnsN i t- ..t t battehIps author o h is o it the i-u-io f r : fetri T -ttr st Diarrhoea r
Bis. Benlamin F. Tracy. Jobn W ized u eder the new naval bill will be ;uril the iank. iHicr roa:d he ti %I1 I i a t auu.atoD to
Drigga. O. MUll and A. Barton BHep- named the Florida and th Uabthe -me t ep Young get his t,, L 5i ally Lateu the i n ft, m s bIIur name of the monitor Florida to be Indited Fr Rbaing. foru of s-lan Anlul .-. and had stent. I ; nver I i
Demand in Nam of Labor. hanTed by aw Th f grad jur at i ih o nterle t, 1 ith s sLi it and anl a i
Taking the petition of the COnsern- h. has uicted the ChIfupeake u5d of s- l hia eicl 1:: :t t
tism as Sai em. President o eatof COf MERCIAL io rail ay and Its g' -ral freigti, Ia jo< h thems
the Amerean Fderation of Labor aent, togeber .ith a 1ilc-hnioud craill $diaat Gain in elgium. a yeat,
dnad feeo Washloton to Chicago dealer, oa the har of relating 1ail adi oaeraing the re-ent th d batory o I r- .
wit his aie labor esbl et es work SOu Trust In Prin Cuti tus In eisium tel of the Soiia ha ever met th te
for thae wa-lunj tlon pianL In a Aboutl ity represutatltes of s mdl Hilh oscl Again Alittned '-aing gained tve new i ato ts PRC25e. LA ESIZE 50., Pb stea ea t he aid he wanted nmanalaci mdecet at New ute sut Iyod i i-b o: th it d! im l anoed 1 IC 5 50
I: fi stgp, .. hn taesa f al y dered the esinoted cut i who has bet se in trial aet-oud li m t d o




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--taking any public credit to

S: .'t. Hr ,- mn no a ay mi

11 'i -I I an ut e p lotete Oetio

4- -. -ato ton spptyh to tDewtth
S SThe an s act tht l the esavlrte

S a aportationof crude STh an
ho s 1- theprductk i wc hehae marAe d

Sieaas madesl his nw died cover th
S wirs l f ang yetaten gil famie
I Sre theat fa Ic taM the eaeies
a e moh e trtlesee d g the a st It
f t sowtis the ell tol t hei poa
*r I upet wond e thava e rlabl
The otan t w er h ation er ud asore

on t mea r odu the new devasmaef-
l. aL and has ea dMsaty of e14 des
ipmndwe special dbt atch to do

gres Ba ot raqk WOen theo
meogwe A om s a ttmpta well

m ata tro eportateo ost which win

whb the n d y vie caring it ace
T Me pro-to ecttt l o the pMint
wes eal nog the truspor thrh rloted
t suvesase feotywirll also havre It
Y. a= t beer up for the prmaol -mh

t me tra o por aon of crde iste wa
tpe the prduhch rltich re mnI a d eo-
o g i tlhetr'o. iUp to the tpie tht
e Isaacs made his s dneet i er the

the InJection of water into the pipe
heads bu t a f that the p i pmquan-
wef taking a threatened oil tanlnae

i taet manyr e the grwa so re
that the ecopnerted nte o al se-
bed beenconerte odlag b th ane

rating e the oil to the po-t

hibttuve. soabaTdon the e se of
where It product e av eomia

hen tried the mix being of ighte t

wthe the aiern oil Th6s was founder

to mak d e it transportation throg I

gre lines ea ble, bto the expense of
s~onr the li ghtter oils to the
Bake to eld district and theexpe line

It s ifond tha r ht tthe drpee
Tiphe te costsay tried arpruse aP-

Stilnonmen t o f other a lon then Ena
gieer Isaas tasked him to wait for
time nd givthe shim an opportunity to
uTe Harrmance for engineer hen It

iaes, but it was foud that the quan-

study the matter carefutly with a views
tin of the oil for r n ry wasso great

to sthe expens to e of niotimategy sa

itive. LoatAo of ulty adn e use ofis
the Pokerw, cld product, the pipe ne

the tried the mixing of ligh hunter a while en-

joyring this port he chanced to look
Ituh the heat rrel s oT thaas found

nraote the oil a the b ter. adls te re

for its beit a:. rid lasohe the cost

Sabando ment of the whrtect when En-
gith eer Ieaa asked him t wait forgu

The next egifhe oul eanyo ln t ksit vy

intuitively the at whce the waitr w::i
to mped i:to su lnore it wuld n ro-
ise thing of hut be thesr-n il;e en

trpouride the brrel of his tun. oe
eeuit the re. Thisure and thi e reaone

effect w.i' nt ke the re eonst;
u tio n fil b if v-tr trn the pioia

ar.n rre oil. enwl out to order. The
Sadonment of :vottt-r e riac t woe En:
tmke it oile for the opportune oil to
stikd the iatte wa eaduly. wie its pro

When tive l that wheas thehown to Mr
pumped i:to such a tore it would pro-
ause thie water to be tr. a-wn gnswlu-e

Harri:tite the sIuplie lityne and p woel to
kee it thisere This e chauiled. to ieoo
a thin fil the arter etwe- of g the pipe

noied the ordtie.r.e in the a ter. Tiasol
eor I ;s bei :tr -A le:a pip ta used to
an:ikd h.v l .to.i mle of the rde oil.
tit so the pie: u -and: istede Its bApr

the plant was shown to Mr
H'arrimun its s tupllcity appaled cito
him. 'nd he ordered an appnroprriaioi,
watiit iL'nlt to carry on a leriva of tx-
lieri;.ui( :1s A le.dl Inipa sit 135used to
st elnen:iae I;':- :ne :us~t'! of friction
caused by theita' qas of the oil. Theiin
ihe* tame p : w1 '4S twihtd ly haud.

:tnd it v ;is foiutndl that the water had a
whirlin !, uioLion v. e-n forced into it
This p:-(;ved the timun n'.-s of the prin-
,-fple and led to larger experiments. A
standard pipe line one and one-half
miles long was then built at Oakland.
and the bore was rtbe by the in-zr-
lon of helical wires. The first experi-
ments through this ,.i*0e s h..b.ed thal

I ws pesib ie to t-I- .mnoy
tim as amount ht CN be he
-g the plai tab& Other ezpa-
mets showed that the best re-its
were obtained we n 10 per cet of wa-
ter was Injected.l
Finally a rfled pipe line was co-
atracted between Delano and Volcano.
a distance of thirty-one es. The pipe
is eisht inches in diameter. weighs
22.8 pound to the foot and is listed
for a presre of 1200 pounds to the
square Inch. With an Initial presasre
af 800 pounds to the square tnch the
ttae i capable of a-pAU1.4 14,000
arrels of e ant every twenty-for

triking Neelace Noverty.
The reverse cltch necklace appar-
ently 1i to be the leading summer nov-
elty rt jewelry. Already It has been
se Ina society as well as on the stage.
Whether it Is artistic depends on Indi-
vtdal fancy. Startling t certainly i.
for tt makes it dlficult to determine
-whether the wearers progress pro-
emanl or recessio&al, says the New
York Press. There is nothing ot of
the ordinary abet the necklace except
hat It Is reversed so that the pendant
hangs behind tIntead of In frot. Worn
ever a street frock It ast so astound-
Ing but with evealng dress it is likly
to make *the beholder go through the
traditional ceremony of rubbing his
eyes. The pendant, with a low cut
gown. falls, between the shoulder
blades Whatever Its character, wheth-
er plain gold or a Jewel, it is consplcu-
sagainst the white backgrod. If.
as ocrmutoelly is the case, It blazes
I with gems, t eatbaes the eye across a
tmestead Eftry e Graveyard.
R. F. Wilson of Bagg. Col.. will
Ale on a piece of ground on which to
oew located the Baggs cemetery. The
land belongs to the government. WU-
son will as soon as e acquires title to
the land tara It over to tie city. This
will be the first time on record. It is
sad. whem a man omesteeded a

Net o Add to Food Supply, hut For It

The United States government is go-
ng into the business of propagating
that hitherto useless member of the
family of bivalves, the mussel. The
mussel is not to be multiplied to pro-
duce an addition to the food supply of
the country. but it is to be cultivated
for its shelL During the last year
Commissioner of Fisheries Bowers
nays that $5.000.u00 worth Of fancy
buttons have been wade from mussel
shells. and the supply on account of
this and on account of pearl hunters
is getting scarce and propagation work
is necessary
Experiments by the fish commission
bave shown that the mussels can be
,iro)aga:tc hatchery and pouds can be constructed
without great expense. Congress ap-
iropriated "L5.000 for the purpose of a
hatchery. and its erection will be -
gun soon after July 1. when the money
will be available.
It Is Commissioner Bowers' intention
to have a main hatchery and two
branches, and the act requires them
to be located somewhere in the Missis-
sippi river valley. It is the ,resent in-
tention to erect the main hatchery and
ponds near- Muscatline or Davenport.
la.. and a branch at Lacrosse. Wis..
and another at Wiuona. M1inn Fruo
these three plla es the Misissi.sipi and
other rivers will be sulllied ,with
young mussels to grow for manufactur-
ing into "pearl" and other fancy ,but-
More Daylight In Canada.
Something like i rea'izaltion of Mr
Will!ett's *"'more daylight" schm-nle h b;
lee(n achieved by th cibtiz *.ns of Fost
William nnd Port Arthur. twin Cu;a
diau towns on :1w wes-tern shore .:'
I.:lke Su;;,cri .r. For Ipurposes of ti:ii *
i';: ;'*wla i- ':..i !'r into five so-' *'"**n
e.>clh .e'tI.,nz hl:vi\'i ;l : imt e one hIour i::
;!advaiice of its wes.te*rn or onie hInur ic.
,idll it< q-:.<.iw.rl l *'t.o hMuwtr. The-c Ie'.
to:wins h:ia'.\ hit:,:arO formed the e\
trenle eastern limit of the se'~ti.n
kn'ov.'i a't ".'o:it;:i!." blt in resi-;'ni to I
a :tarrel!y siZ ia..,i pOtilton lth: citVy *n '":.
,'I. ln:i've : !"'.'tl to I.'io r* th. ex',ri :.i
western !iimit ,,f tihe ".-:i-terni," .--c ,,,.
Thli init-atnl that i!:e inhaliHtants v. li
rise--assuiiln i> that thy C'lnillini tI,,i

r!-e at tle saime b,%atr *f !he c -ncw- ..
hour ieamr .r i'.' iTh,-Y wiRl sv!.''b
ish their tia-:ki *'ae h tia;m fimrrher :.a -
from the smr-.a :A Itlau4-. It~aia it,
'*-T':i hotr or ala %!iLhbt leisvire. The
th:itnw.. etc-w inato iffe'ot (D May 1 anl-

gore Nipples
Any nv:stln.-r 'i. as lv.l *;ua it. t*.% tli
this dintr.,,.%itn :lFiiust willl 1... i.1 t.,
know that a vir'- rayb he .-fiV..t#-d .I.'. .6s;1.;inci
C'hannlwrlairns SAlvt-e .01-. -A14-1 1; t l-01 lil'l j
donle nuraian.. Wipe it 41f T'ith a i*a f
1wtfcore alleowiiuz tlhr- ialw t.. za nw. M, 31ian'
tainDel nurse Ut-A this ,alv % ith ht--; rv-aaIth.
For sale toy Titu-'.i~lelvharTuaac V.

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plemmb MeM Tels of Their Value is
uvred g seek From Welves.
Vers Bailey of the Ultsed States
bureau ao bilogical Trvey declares
wolves and oyots cost the farmers
ad stock raisers of the United States
several million dollars a year and In
sme of the northern states threaten
the extermination of deer. Wolves, it
appears, are especially nnmeres and
destructive in Wyomng. although
may are there killed and their scalps
presented tf bounty.
It has been learned In -'Worimm
however, that the pr,-,ntat"mt of cy-
ote scalps is not conclusive evidence
that the animals from which they wer
taken lived, moved and had their be-
tag within the confines of the state.
An Interesting statement made by
Mr. Bailey is that elks are great nat-
ral enemies of wolves, and be dwells
upon this as of "great practical sig-
nifiance" for its bearing upon the pro-
tection of stock from the ravenous
beasts. He quotes with unqualified
approval, says the Sacramento Bee.
these words from George W. Russ of
Eureka Springs. Ark.:
"An elk Is the natural enemy of
dogs and wolves. We suffered great
loses to our sock until we learned
this fact. Since then we have had no
keses from this cause. A few elks in
a thousand acre pasture will absolute-
ly protect the focks therein. Our own
dogs are so well aware of the danger
in our elk park that they cannot be
induced to enter it."
So Mr. Bailey suggests "an important
use for this noblest 9f our game anl-
mals," meaning the breeding and do
mesticatkon of elks to do police duty on
pastures and ranges. And be says elk
breeding Is "an assured success and
promises profitable returns."
Apparently anxious to save himself
trom the charge of nature faking and
also to show familiarity with the high-
est authorities on the life history of
the coyote and elk. the same oiial
remarks that it seems doubtful if the
enmity of the elk for coyotes extends
outside of pastures, as he had found
coyote tracks common among elk herds
in the Wind River mountains. And he
quotes from one of President Roose-
velt's books a statement credited to
"an American hunter." who aid he
had seen a coyote walking unnoticed
among a band of elks In the tellow-
stone park.
Whatever the truth of the matter
may be regarding the enmity of elks
for wolves and coyotes, the suggestion
regarding the breeding of elks may be
worth heeding by California stockmen
if It be indeed an "assured success."

Revolt of Woman's Trades Union Mem-
bers Against Man's Tysnny.
A feminine Yankee Doodle is in the
saddle. Having revolted from the tyr-
anny of "tbe Yankee dude." she gives
notice that from now on she means to
"ride a pony, stick a feather in her
cap and dine on macaroni."
This is the ultimatum of twenty-five
fair members of the Chicago Woman's
Trades Union league chorus in their
new song, entitled "The Modern Yan-
kee Doodle."
At the request of Miss Mary Mo.
Dowell. who launched the chorus a
few weeks ago. two new songs have
been written for the league by Miss
Gertrude arnum of Chicago. These
are now in rehearsal and will be sung
at the annl'al c-,,jnvention of the Wo-
man's Trades Unkn league in New
York city in September. says the Chi-
cago Tribune. Here ia the first. which
should satisfy even the huffragette:
Yankee men they" had their way
And th'ught !t flr.. and d Locked t'te ,nm-n i;i alI day
And st'>pped th'ir ,-ri.s wtlih c.:n.l
Yankee lI o dle. Lo.;le IPo.
Yanke<- I-D>.,le I !n.
S t.'l to wonl-': "\V!,. ;tre .Jlt
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A ht-..kthV n nl: i-. a kina a" i ha ..#un n r.*A t.
ms unhealthy hkali i naali ll.ihaah -1:4I Hur-
dhock Rlreaod fitter abuiald taIn-;. -.'a.! l. a.
yam' vinWe-ll

S-mr -m m-

heating dte room.

The salig r 4*
cose kitchen w s cd
to comforaMzle craoIs
by in-talling a Newr P-
fecin Wick B)ue l'am
Oil Cook-Stove to do the
family cooking.
No kitchen furishin
is so convenient as thi
stove. Gives a working
heat at once, and mai-
tains it until turned out
-that too, without over-
If you examine the


Wek BhmeFla Oil Cok-Sbv
yo will me why this is o. The beat from the
chner of the "New Perfection" is raw gr'md
underthekett'e: n r Fr-: :ted ,tr,,a-,- t*- room
by radianion. Thus it does the ,,-k of the ronl
angewithout its di-coirnort. Ars inutir ui c about
thisseove-if notwith him, write our nearest agency

*s a te.v
T WO6Lamp :"1 ;
housefur- i.hLng an.* 4ives
acf ar, powerfullight mro:e are~h!e t'an gaa or
dectricitv. Safe evervwh re snc !alwa- Ma!e
if brasn Lely nickel plated-jist the th!ng for the
iving-oeom. If not with your dealer, wT.e our

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Handle the Finest Lines of

Heavy and Shelf Hardware

Our Stock of

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is complete at all times

Paints and Oils of Quality

one of our Specialties

Quotations for large or small orders will
be given personal attention. Mail Orders
solicited and promptly filled
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Health while they are young.

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The largest asortment of Hansen
gwes will be found at Branning's.
'Mr. W M. Brown, of Miami, stop-
ped ff here Saturday on his return
rome from a trip to Jacksonville.
Mr. H. Faust and family left Wed-
anriay for New York, but will prob-
ably return to Indian river before
the winter mts in.
Mr, R. E. Daniel, of Topsail, N. C.,
wa here this week ona visit to his
brother, Dr. J. S. Daniel, and also
an legal hdwiVn
Mr. CarlC. Curtiss came down
from Palatka Monday and spent a
emuple of days with Mrs. Curtiss and
.Louse, returning Wenewsiy.
The Banner Drug Store will cele-
brate their frat anniversary tomor-
row. A new drink will be in oduced
at thefountain called Cherry Bon-

Capt. A. Quarterman, keeper of
Cmstar Shoals house of refuge, was
ver Tuesday for the purpose of se-
curing a shipment of lumber and
ahagls for repairs to the station.
J. D. EMis towed same over on a
lighter with his launch Wednesday
Dr..W. E. V-Int,-i~lrwn, of Fort
Piee,.was in Titusville Wednesday
for te purpose of making the sale
et tha Vausadingham property, id
Noth TIturille, to Mrs. J. R. Walk-
er, am~ l at spent a few hours at
Mira before leaving for his home
that night. TmH SrAR receive a
plement call from the doctor.
Mrs. A. Scrimgeour started
Wednmedy for California, where she
will spend some time with a friend
virgin Redlands. Mrs. Scrimgeour
~ls-been resident of our town for
the past twenty years, during which
he was ptmistes for the unex-
pired term of her hushmed The
best wishes of her numerous rTitus-
vile friends go with her to the Pa-
dfie coast.
Upon his arrival in New York on
the way with his family to spend the
summer at Wakeield, R. I., Mr. F. T.
BIdge received a telegram announe-
ing the serious illnessof his father
at Urbana, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs.
Budge proceeded at once to Ohio
while the others of the family went
en to Rhode Island. Mr. Budge died
Monday. He was 71 years of age
and was well known in Titusville and
other points along the east coast and
leaves many friends who regret his
death. The funeral and interment
will take place at Urbana.
Daniels Vs. Massey
The case of R. E Daniel vs. C. T.
and Geo. Massey, unlawful detainer,
before county judge to recover prop-
erty of Palmhurst hotel, was tried
on the 17th and resulted in a verdict
for the plaintiff. Messrs. D. L.
Gaulden and Cary D. Landis, of De-
Land, represented the plaintiff and
Col. A. M. Thrasher, of Sanford, the
defendant The case was tried by a
jury of the following persons: W. S:
Norwood, J. M. Osban, A. A. Bethea.
Rod Smith, S. E. Rice. Jr., J. C. Men-
Fine Monday Offetsiu, of Men's
Special prices in boys' and youths'
suits. Extra big reduction in men's
clothing, price makes no difference,
they must go.
trnks and dress suit cases at spec-
ial prices.
Titusville Fla.
Orange sad Grapefruit Trees

Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hikor LIhammonk Free from white
y.Oe year tb two year old buds.
Prices from 5 to 56 cent. Careful-
ly packed and deliver at Oak Hil
attion. J. W. GaipFss,
Shiloh, Fla.

Q(een Qulity Oxfords LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP

Public demand cannot be bribed. MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1908.
It is not influenced by friendship. It l White lawn, 40 inches widesheer S aethi A the Pepl of t1o-
cares nothing gfe flattery. Itcannot il a bhl Ab0M t MidPlle t and fine, special 15 cents per yard.
be coerced or bullied. It demands i TaVll dIn 81 ThM I French lawn, excellent for dresses 'ila U Tfhey Ce aul Go
value and bys accordingly. The and shirtwaists, soft finish, worth 35
bigger value, the bigger purchases. Dr Miller, Dentist, itsville. ecial, 1 cents. See price on lumber, page 8.
Th "'Queen Quality" shoes Sohnbyerseepi cents, MondK's special, 19 cents.
e fat that "Queen Quality" shoes Second hand bicycle for sale cheap. Dotted swiss, worth 20 cents, spec- EAST CoAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co.
oldvesthe word's record for sales Inquire at THE STA office. al 1 cents per yard. Mrs. Thomas and Miss Nichols, of
proves that no other shoes give such Also imported dotted swiss, dots
value. We ae sole agents for this Mr. Lloyd Peacock has purchased nice and even, worth 40 cents, Mon- City Point, were in town Tuesday.
celebrated make. Mail orders a the Heath grocery building and ex- day. 25 cents per yard. Still another shipment of boy's
specialty. iects to use same for a residence White nainsooks in checks and knickerboeker trousers just arived
WINSTON S. BRANNING shortly, stripes, very stylish for shirt waists! a t ss
and dresses, worth 35 and 40 cents at Branning's.
Up- to Dat Clothing Hose Mrs. W. N. Hendry and grand- per yard, Monday only, 25 cents per Contractor P. J. Hall is erecting a
Tituville, Florida. daughter, Miss Laura Penney, ar- yard. very neat fence around the home of
Srived Monday from Fort Pierce Figured lawns, worth 20 and 25 Capt. Jas. Pritchard this week.
Postoffice for Allenhurst and are visiting relatives here. cents per yard, special 12M cents.
Unbleached sheeting 10-4s, Pep- Mr. L.C. Branning, station agent
We understand that a petition After an absence of about five perell mills, best in the land, special of the F. E. C. R'y at Miami, wa i
will, within a short time, be sent to weeks spent in Jacksonville and other 28 cents per yard. town Wednesday on a brief visit to
the postoffice department at Wash- parts of the state, Mr. C. T. Masse Amoskeag apron cheeks, M guaran. W. S.
inrgton kring that postofice be rteed fast colors, 12 yards for $1J0 his brother, Mr. W. S. Brmumi.
ington asking that a postofice be returned the latter part of last week. White bedspreads, fullsize, mar- There wasan important mating
established at Allenhurst, which will White full size, mar- There was an important meeting
psblimoshdt oAllenhust, which wll Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall and sellaise patterns worth $2.00, special of the board of directors of the Ia-
suppy most of the pe e of tt daughter, little Miss Willard; Mr. 149an River Hotel held Me
section, Clifton potoffice being al- and Mrs. B. A. Warbinton and Mas- Chiffon panama, in navy blue and dian River hotel company he M -
most two miles northwest of the and Mrs. B. A. Warinton a-and Ma- black, makes excellent skirts, 38 in- day night at the law office of Mr.
al makes it inconvenient to those er Harry spent the day Sunday on a ches wide, worth 75 cents Monday G. M. Robbins.
pleasant trip to Cocoa and Rockledge, only, 50 cents per yard. Mr. J. D. Ennis carried his family,
living at the canal to get their mail. W te cambric, specially good for
We call attention to the new ad- down by carriage in the morn- Whte cambric, specially good for Mr. Cowart and family, Mr. Sin-
vertisement of the Indian River con- ing ad returning in the afternoon, underwear, 10 yards for $1.0.
SChildren's and misses hose, fine mons and wife, Mr. J. L Mobley
pany, of Allenhurst (Haulover canal) The Miami Metropolis of Tuesday ribbed, worth 25 cents, special 15 little Miss Maud Renakerand Mrs
on page 8. A store of this kind has says that Mrs. Walter Graham, who cents per pair. Mandavilleand daughter to the o-ean
been needed at that place for som left last Saturday night, accompany- Ladies' patent leatheroxfods, beach at r Shoals house
time and Cmmodore Allen has filled toe, pump or Goodyear welt e a he al e re
the long felt want. ing Mr. and Mrs. Iver Lowe as far special uge Sunday in the mail launch, re-
sole, special $2.49. uge Sunday in the mail49.unchre-
as New York via Clyde line from Ladies' white sailors, large brim, turning Monday. Turtle eggs, how-
Artesian Well Down 70M Feet Jacksonville, will spend the summer special 96 cents. ever, were missing on this trip.
It is reported that the artesian well in Philadelphia with her sister, Mrs. Linen toweling, good quality, 10
which is being sunk for the F. E. C. Wm. Summer. cents per yard. Mr. Frank Sams, of Courtenay,
whic is b sunk for te F E C S Ladies' trimmed hats at less than went to St. Augustine Wednesday to
Railway company, on Key Vacas, in Mr. F. S. Battle has his new resi- cost. attend the commencement exereues
an effort to secure a supply of water dence completed and expects to move Mail orders promptly filled on any of St. Joseph's academy, from which
at that point is now down to a depth into the same the first of the coming of the above goods. his sister, Miss Fannie Sams, gradu-
^ ism *4. .. -e .t h.a --..a.. ... .. w M 7% ... Juuus KLINE. Titusville. ated this term. Mr. Sams was thor-

vo aweev, S out as yet res X Water
has not been struck. It is believed,
however, that fresh water can be ob-
tained in the keys by artesian wells
and the company will continue its ef-
forts in that direction until water
has been secured or it becomes satis-
fied of the uselessness of the project.
Motor Boat Races

wee-. s i s Ucou m a 1ne a!Inn p-
pearance both externally and on the
interior, the latter being finished in
Florida selected pine ceiling with
hard oil finish. The building has
eight large airy rooms and bath and
is well arranged throughout. We
understand that Mrs. Kate Myers
will acquire the Duren cottage, as
soon as vacated by Mr. Battle, to be

The following races for motor boats used as an annex for Myers Cottage.
have been arranged for the Fourth
of July celebration at Titusville: Miss Conkling's Song Recital
Class A-speed boats of 12 miles
and over, to be raced according to The song recital given at the opera
time handed in, and if they exceed house last night by Miss Lena Conk-
such time, to be penalized double. ling, of Tillman, was well attended
There will be first and secondprizes, and she distinguished herself at her
Course 9 miles, first appearance before an audience
Class B-Motor boats of speed 8 to in Titusville. With a soprano voice
12 miles per hour. Boats in this of great range, reaching from high
elm will start from an anhor with C down well into thecontralto range,
engine not in motion, anchor to be
raised and engine started at signal possessing a fullness, power and
fromagun. st and second prizes, sweetness that is exceptionally fine,
consisting of b-nmdone silver cups. it is readily perceptible that she has
Course 6 miles. possibilities of a great future as a re-
Class C-Motor boats of speed not owned singer, which she should and
exceeding 8 miles per hour, Boatsow anger, which she should and
in this class will also start from an fully intends to press to a successful
anchor with engine not in motion, culmination.
anchor to be raised and engine to be Her recent study has been at Stet-
started at signal from a gun. Six son. This she expects to follow up
cash prizes-$8, $5, $4, $3. $2 and $1. with another course this year and
course 6 miles.ith another course this year and
Class C starts at 9:30 a. m. take up voice culture in some north-
Class B starts at 10:30 a. m. ern conservatory afterward.
Class A starts at 11:30 a. m. It seems to be the general verdict
Boats must be entered in such t seems to the ener verdict
events as correspond with their best that Miss Conklingis the best so-
speed. prano that has been heard in the Ti-
Entries to be made to Cor. J. tusville opera house and this isa high
Lorillard, Jr., Titusville, Fla.. up to honor for her.
July 2nd inclusive.
July 2nd inclusive In her recital she was aided by
Entries are free and all mnotor boat
men are cordially invited to enter Mrs. T. B. Wilson, who gave two
their boats in these events, humoresque recitations which were
-- heartily appreciated. A dance fol-
Slacked Lime for Sale lowed the recital.
We have a carload of slacked lime The affair was given under the
at Cocoa and acar at Eau Gallie. auspices of the V. I. A. and one-
Write us for prices, stating quantity third of the proceeds of $33.90 went
EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. into the fund of that association.
Launch For Sale
Have You Been Waiting for This? aunch For Sale
Banana river mail boat for sale.
I want to go to Colorado for a cou- Apply with postage stamp for answer
Sof moens n to C. F. Fischer, Titusville, Fla.
Toget expense money I will do ......
your dental work for a ridiculously Saloons Must Go
low price. Some of the more ex-Saloons Must Go
pensive work, such as gold crowns And with them the appetite for
and enamel filling, you can get for drink. If you, your relative or friend
one-half the usual price. wishes to be rid of drink or drug
You must come within the next; habit, write at once for confidential
two weeks and you must bring the- information to the branch of the orig-
cash. Make your appointments so inal Keeley Cure. Address,
there will be no disappointment. THE KEELEY INSTITUTE.
Da. MILLER, Dentist. Jacksonville, Fla.

Church Notes
Rev. J. B. Hawk, Ph. D. will
preach and conduct divine worship
at Georgiana Sunday, June 21, at 11
a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. All willbe
Dean Robottom will officiate in
Melbourne on Sunday, June 21, at 11
a. m. and in Eau Gallie at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach next
Sunday at LaGrange at 11 a. m. and
at Titusville at 7:30 p. m.
The pastor will preach in Titus-
ville Methodist church Sunday a. m.
at 11 and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school
every Sunday at 3 p. m. and prayer-
meeting every Wednesday at 7:30
p. m.

roughly drenched in the shower which
came up at noon that day, which
caught him while walking up the
county road several miles below
town. This tramp was occasioned
by a break down of the motor in De-
voe Sams' boat, in which he was com-
ing to town, delaying the schooner
so that he had to walk several miles
to catch the train.
Millinery wire, flowers, 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.
CHAS. A. GARDN* 'Phone 342
Miss Fannie Sams Graduates
Miss Fannie Sams, of Courtenay,
had the distinguished honor of de-

livering the valedictory at the com-
Colored Baseball Nines mencement exercises of St. Joseph's
The colored baseball club of Cocoa academy, St. Augustine, at Genovar
came to Titusville Saturday to playtheatreWednesy evening The
a match game with the colored nine theatre ednes even
here. The game started off in favor address was entitled "Our Barks are
of Titusville in the first inning, but Launched, but Whither Lies the
after that the Cocoa boys got right Shore."
down to business and had it their I
own way. After playing several it:i Wants Transfer of Case
nings and with the score standing 10 In the United States court at Jack-
to 4 in their favor the Cocoa captain s l w
objected to a decision of Umpire sonville last riday Mr. W.M. Brown
Smith on a play to third base and of Miami, appeared and argued in
retired from the field and left irn- his own behalf a motion to transfer
mediately for home. The base um- the case now pending against him.
pire sustained the contention of the alleging criminal acts his maage-
Cocoa nine, so there is where trouble his
.comes in by having two umpires. ment of the Fort )allas National
The Cocoa boys should have been bank. At the c ncluzion of Mr.
magnanimous and accepted the de- Brown's argument Judge Locke took
cision of Umpire Smith, as they had the matter under advisement.
so much the better of the game they
could afford to be liberal. New Adding Machine For Bank
The Country's Mainstay Indian Riv-r State bank received a
From the New York hacker. fine new Burrougi. aldiing machine
SFlorida apparently has the ability this week, whiuh proving a great
to occupy a prominent position in time .saver in the ,wprati,,.n, of the
the country's markets all of the time. banking forct. ('ai t'ritchard,. res-
With her attractive offerings of pine- ident of the bar:k. *-al.-d TH1I: STAKc
apples, oranges, grapefruit, ceitry, editor in and v.. him the work-
tomatoes, potatoes, melons, not to
mention the countless array of smal- ings of this wonderful machine.
ler fruits and vegetables, Florida is There is nothing lacking in the way
certainly one of the country's main- of banking facilities that the old and
stays as a source of supply for good staid Indian Rivtr State does not
things to eat. provide itself with. It is estimated

For Sale Cheap For Cash
About 88 acres of good high land on
the east or ocean sideof the Idian river
at the Narrows, described as follows:
Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, sec-
tion 36. in township 31 south, range 39
east. This land is unimproved but fine-
ly located For further particulars ad-
dress E. M. Low,
Brockton, Mass.

that this machine will pay for itself
in -ix months as a time saver and it
costs several hundred dollars.
Bargains in Trees
Fine lot 2-year old grapefruit buds,
Marsh seedless and Standard, 30
cenus each, $25.00 per 100.
West Palm Beach, Fla.

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