The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00240
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00240
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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: :: i; ) HE FLORIDA STAR T eA ;

:if: XXVIII NO. 12

Not fo* Oqselfes ILloqe, Sqt f* fte Good of Otl1e s 31s o.


Preparatory to our annual inven-

WEEK Dozens of brand new models here tory we offer,all summer dress goods CLEARANCESALEAT AND PERSONALS ': n

for spring and summer wear-the AT COST :

fresh, crisp, clean-cut styles that you All men's boys' and children'sclothing. KLINE'SBargains J
Pungent lotes Pertaining to Events often see in fashion pictures,but seldom Something About the People of Titus- 1

Y Transpiring About Tom We really have find.them all;' you find them All millinery goods.All la Erery Department Mlle as They Come and Go ,

t A cool drink at a cool place at here with the new long lapels, the All men's ladies',straw children's hats. and infants' MONDAY,JULY 15, 1907. A cool drink at a cool place at t ,.

MANDY'S.All semi-military ventless back, close-fit- low cut shoes. I This is a general clean-up of good MANDY'S.
ting collars and shapely shoulders. materials carefully selected in .
the up-to-date drinks at the. .In fact you'll find we have everything Big reductions in other lines all I wide variety of dress goods very for The celebrated Plant Juice Remedies '
:through the remainder of July.
Banner Drug Store. I that's considered good style. I women and children.It are for sale by C. Collins. j

Have you tried Wilson's Velvo ice You are cordially invited to look JOHN R. WALKER & CO. makes no difference what pricewe Banner Drug Store makes aspecalty .

cream? At J. R. Walker & Co's. over these new things at your leisure; get they must go. of cold drinks and ice cream. '1

;, take as long as you want to do it- 90-inch white' linen, manufactur- Try them. ,
Favorite drop head sewing ma- we're only too glad to have you com- LATEST NEWS er's price $1.25 per yard, what we J :
chines, $20.00. Indian River Music Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at
pare our goods with others. Our have left you may have for $1.00.
House. suits are priced all the way from AND INCIDENTSPersonal English long cloth makes splendid Indianola next Sunday at 10:30 a. m.,

x' When you are hot and thirsty drop $8.50 to $20.00. We can fit any fig- underwear, manufacturer's price and at Titusville at 7:30 p. m.

in at the Banner Drug Store for a ure and any pocketbook.See 20 cents,Monday only 16 cents per For smart and up-to-date dress- I

cold drink. our new spring and summer. Paragraphs About People that yard. making go to Mendel, rooms over
furnishings. White cambric wide the the postoffice Titusville Fla.
Messrs. E. L. Brady & Bro. have I I. yard i ,
:l' had the outside walls of their brick WINSTON S. BRANNING Travel Here and There mill price is 131-2 cents, Monday Mrs. Kuhl, of Shiloh, is here on 1

store painted this week.G. Titusville, Florida. The best ice cream in town at the only Ladies', 12 1-2 white cents shirt per yard.waists madeof a visit to her daughter, Mrs. A. N. t, i
Banner Drug Store. tfolle, during the time her son is # r :
H. Heath &Co.have just placeda a good quality of white lawn with north this summer.

covered delivery wagon in commission W M BROWN ARRESTED Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and Master clusters of tucks in front and back, +f

for their grocery business. Rufus :and Baby. Douglass spent Sat- 3-4 sleeves, special 99 cents. You Mr. L. A. Brady has had his newly

( urday last in LJaytona.Mr. likely could not buy the material. for purchased lot on the river front
Wilson's Velvo ice cream can be Gives Bond For Appearance on Monday the price mentioned. cleared off, and will fence same and .

had only at J. R. Walker & Co's and Mrs. W. H. Parker and Mosquito bars, 9 yards wide, brass plant it in Bermuda grass. .
-1 fountain. There are good Heit Before Commissioner Rand two babies arrived home Monday rods worth
night from Pablo Beach. $2.50 at $1.79, Monday Mrs.F.T.Budge, daughters Stella, j
kinds, but none quite so good as this. From yesterday's Miami Record. only.White Fannie,.Dorothy and Helen, left Saturday ,l

Try it Another stage in the trouble of the Mr. B. Nail, who resided in Cocoa wash silk, 24 inches wide, 1 morning for New York,

Mrs. Kate Myers left Wednesday National reached some fourteen years ago, late resi- 49 cents per yard. I ing Mr. Budge in Jacksonville.
Fort Dallas bank
was meet'I''I'
1 for a visit of two weeks with her dent of St, Lucie county, was in Pongee silk, 36 inches wide, will will spend the summer near .
whenV.. M. Brown the
this ,
rC daughter, Mrs. H. C. Sparkman, in town for several days the past week. make you an excellent traveling suitor port, R. I., where they have ,

Wauchula, Fla. Miss Leah and Mas- former president of the bank, was placed A telegram was received announc- shirt waist, worth $1.50, special a furnished cottage. :
under arrest by U. S.Deputy Sheriff Gore 99 cents. _
ter Leland Losley accompanied her. ing the birth of a daughter to Mr
Capt. A. Bennett arrived here
under a complaint made by J. K. McDonald Figured lawn, we still have it any yesterday .;
and Mrs. W. M. Pope. The inter-
and Mrs.P.Nelson of South figures wish : morning from Eau Gallie with
Capt. United States bank examiner. occurred at or stripes you may }
event Washington
Titusville, expect to leave about the The complaint was filed before Fred I esting worth 20 cents at 12 1-2 cents, Mon- the; houseboat Rochester, which he
: Ga.Quite. has sold to Com. J. H. Allen to be
23rd inst. for Perth Amboy, N. J., day only. ,
erick H. Rand, Jr., U. S. court commis-
where they will stop only for short a large crowd of the young Children's barefoot sandals, in al used as a dispatch boat between this
b sioner who issued the warrant. people Miss Mary Carruthers a place and Clifton, where Com. Allen
time as they expect to be on the go gave sizes, 75 cents per pair.
f in the north most of the summer. Mr. Gore served the warrant on Mr. surprise party Wednesday night and Special reduction in ladies' ready- will build a club house. '

Brown at his residence this morning at all had a good time. made skirts.
Mr. W. V. Carter, of Port Orange,
Mr. Frank E. Jennings, the prom- : 10:30. The Woodmen of the World will Embroidery at almost half the reg- superintendent of the Florida Ex-

inent young attorney of Jackson- i The commissioner fixed a bond at$10- give an ice cream supper in Masonic ular price. tract Works, and two daughters arrived -
vile, who was recently married at 000 for of the accused before Mail orders promptly filled
appearance Hall next Monday night to which all on any yesterday and are staying in
Richmond, Ky., to Mrs. John Hooe the commissioners court on next Monday of the members of the order and of the above goods. one of the Taylor cottages. Mr.
Russell will arrive in the metropoliswith
i the morning. wife or: lady are invited. JULIUS_ KLINE, Titusville. Spencer is expected to arrive here
his bride
during present
week. Bond was given immediately by five Mrs.:H. G. Utley arrived home 'Phone No. 8. from Boston next Monday.The .

prominent citizens and Mr. Brown was from Columbia, S. C., Monday night, editor and son, Master Ryals,
Mr. M. S. Sams and two sons, W.
released from custody.The her return being hastened by the illness Titusville Wins! a Double HeaderThe accompanied Mrs. Wager and Mas-'
F. and T. L. Sams and his daughter,
Miss Fannie via launch complaint on which the warrantwas of Dr. Utley, who is suffering Han Gallie baseball nine played a ter Reginald as far as Jacksonville s
r from Courtenay yesterday to meet issued specifies a number of charges with inflamatory rheumatism.Mr. double header yesterday afternoon with last Saturday on their way to Savan- '

Miss Heppe, of St. Augustine, who' relating alleged acts from November of J. A. Collins and wife returned the local nine which resulted in Titus nah, where they will visit for a few
weeks and then will
#; will visit with Miss Fannie for a last year down to the seventh day of June from St. Augustine last Friday ville taking both games. probably spenda
month in the mountains of
r; while.A la t. night, where Mr. Collins was under The locals started out with a rush and or so t
Western North Carolina.
freight train was partially Misapplication of funds, false entriesin the care of several physicians for took three runs in the first inning after

wrecked at Gomez, near Jupiter, on ledger and false entries in books are about two weeks or more. His condition which Eau Gallie played good ball bucouldn't Mr. W. S. Branning left Monday
is improving slowly and steadily morning for New York and other
Wednesday, _caused by spreading I enumerated among the charges, which, make their hits count into runs
and his friends hope to soon see northern cities to buy his fall stock
rails, which delayed passenger trains according to the complaint took place at and the game ended 7 to 1 in favor o( I
him about again. of goods and expects to be away
several hours. No one was hurt, .
"dners and sundry times. The charge Titusville.The about month. Mrs. and
a but a carload of eggs for Havana being in each case that )lr. Brown made, Rev. H. B. Stuart Martin, who has play lasted one hour and ten min the baby left with Mr.Branning Branning on
in the smashup. been for some located at Mer- .
ritt has accepted Vincennes
a parish -
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Gibbons, of tries and misapplications. i welcomed by both sides. Eau Gallie put month's visit.W'att .
Ind. He is at present at Holly
terrible shockto
The will I
news come as a
Courtenay, were in Titusville Monday Hill where he fine but up a splendid effort in the second contest L. Brown formerly resi-
the people Miami who have had and owns a place, a
# and paid THE STAR office a pleas- now have the utmost confidence in the integrity will leave this month for his new field and held a pretty close core toward the dent of Titusville, and a son of H. J.

ant call while here. Mr. Gibbons of the unfortunate president of the of labor. finish-the result being; '.> to 7 in favor of Brown, died last week in San Angelo f

r has charge of the Porcher orange : Fort Dallas National bank. The New York packer of last week, Titnsville. Texas, where he had been for the
**.. groves at CJourtenay, which are be- One unfortunate feature of the prevent I four months for treatment for
says that "a leading pineapple distributor .Jt"o'l-'t. Clair, of the Eau: dallies play- past
ing extensively enlarged this season. action is that it will, probably, put a su>j>
tuberculosis. His body interredin
to a movement on foot to reorganize tile who has just closed a successful ed a fine short stop in second game and was
here this week season, attributes large Mathers excellent while! Conroe, Texas, where his wife was
Word was received suspended bank, which was to have been a catching was ,
of the death of L. M. Dawson, at made by Mr. Brown's friends, measure of his success to his policyof Fee Hopkins, their center field, can ht buried about three months ago.

of fever. This The outcome of the preeent procmlings protecting buyers' interests. Word from that
Fort Pierce, typhoid six flies, Harry Christian, as a base runner comes Long key
,: excellent young man was formerly a will be watched with interest and anxiety There is nothing like giving value received is imroenx". the construction of forms used in the

clerk in the grocery store of W. E. by every citizen of the east coast. if lasting business relations Carrnthers for the loraN played fine at building of concrete arches is now .
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Goldsmith, at this place, and was a are to be maintained." Wonder who being carried on' with great successon
second. Walker and Kohhms
bon of the late L. B. Dawson, an old Launch FrancesTo the distributer is? were splendid the keys. Within the past few

of Indian River Narrows.Mr. hire charter for I in fielding, and Tucker and Battle have been made
resident or large or The up-to-date Fay-Sholes standard days arrangements
small parties, 28 feet, 8 feet beam, typewriter is on exhibition and battery work was np to their usual stand- for putting the sections together at
and Mrs. C. A. Willard and cabin and toilet. T. HALL i and the work is
sale at THE STAR office and also at I' ard.The Long key, going
family, former residents of the gulfcoast Indianola, Fla. the Indian Riverlusic House, Titu Eau Gallic* made many friends :i i ahead with all of the old time rapidity. iI -
who have resided at Perrine I
ville. This single case machine has among strangers and we hope to eee them I| .
for several
.s in Dade county, years,
were here last week visiting Mr. C. V. Doolittle to Wed all the modern improvements and. here again.. j jOrange !j:, Mr. T. Hall of Indianola, returned a

and their does the finest kind of work. If I here Sunday from his trip to the gulf
W. H. Hall family on way Mr. L. W. Doolittle returned from n-x
to DeLand. Mr. Willard expects to Atlanta Saturday. It is now given must be seen to be appreciated and i ii j!:coast, going to Tampa and also 3..i

a return to Rockdale next winter to out that his son, Mr. Chas. V. Doolittle we will take pleasure in showing i We are prepared to furnish strict-i i I I far as Fort :\1.verso He had his new-

look after interests there. will shortly wed Miss Kathryn same to any one interested in the I Ily first class orange boxes* at very purchase the launch Frances, put in

McCarthy, of Atlanta and that the purchase of a first class typewriter. I low prices. Write us before placing 1''water! Monday morning from Xel- }
Rev. W. F. Allen, wife and baby 'son's'1 I and left that afternoon '
will probably take place in your order. We have an elegant line ways
for Social Circle ceremony Death of S. A. KettlesS. I will
left Tuesday morning August in Jacksonville where they of wraps also cement coated nails. for Indianola. Mr. Hall carry
Ga., where Mrs. Allen and the i EAST CoAsT LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. excursions and will also charter the"
will make their home. After the ac- A. Kittles, of this place, pavedaway
baby will spend the balance of the Eau Gallie Fla. boat for parties. This boat is one
quital of Fred Bush of the charge of Tuesday after a prolonged ill- I ,
s summer. Mr. Allen expects to be sending an infernal machine to the ness of asthma. The funeral serviceswere _ : of the best on the river fur this pur-
away for two Sundays, consequentlythere ; pose and we tru t that Mr. Hall will
McCarthy home inlay Miss McCarthy conducted from his residence 1 Dressmaking
be service at Titusvilleand .j ad. of the
will no do well in that line. See
Mr. Rev. Wm. Stones -
declared her engagement to Wednesday, officiating
Cocoa Methodist churches on the i! For upto-date dressmaking patronize Frances in another column this week.Kline's .
Doolittle off, but since then both the and the burial was in Titus-
lath and 21st inst. Mr. Allen ex- Miss Maggie Gruber, successor to
have made ille The deceased had
fill his at Osteenon contracting parties up cemetery. Mrs. C. A. Krulder, STAR building.
pects to appointment Specials in Clothing andGents'
with the understanding that the wed- been a resident of Titusville for a floor.

the fourth Sunday. ding will take place in Jacksonville, number of years past and followedthe ;i I ground i, Furnishing DepartmentWe

where Mr. Doolittle is now engagedin occupation of veterinary surgeon
FURNITURE DRY GOODS SHOES the commission business.Mr. until recently, when his health was Gun Repair Works and Sail Loft till haw a good assortment in

Refrigerator with water cooler$16.50 impaired. He leaves a wife and four All work guaranteed. Guns stocked summer clothing and I know we can

Globe-Wernicke book cases Geo. Kuhl Weds Miss Buky daughters, John. Gifford, Ben and and shot guns rebored. fit you and suit you and the pricesare

Fibre and galvanized coolers Tebie, Mrs. Carrie Sharp and Miss : H. BENECKE, Titusville. Fla. almost cut in half. so you see it
Cards were received here the first Kittles. will be to .your benefit to look at our
Fruit jars, jelly tumblers of the week announcing the marriageof clothing.
house and boat paints CASH.
Mr. Geo. C. Kuhl and Miss MyrtleE. JULIUS KLINE, Titusville.
swing chairs. Try one, $4.85 Orange and Grapefruit Trees About 8S of land
s Comfort Buky, which occurred on the acres good high on 'Phone :-;o. S.
'Phone 3 I"Down the side of the Indian river
Gardner ocean
Chas. A. third of July in Louisville, Ky. The Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high at the Narrows, described as follows: Lot

the Line"If newly married couple will spend hickory hammock. Free from white No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section Draying

some time at Golconda,IlL, the former fly. One year to two year old buds. 3d, in township :31 south, range:; 39 east. Praj'icg or hauling of all kinds promptly
they will allow you to drink at home of the groom, and they will Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully This land is unimproved but finely lo attended to. Meets all trains Stole

all, why don't you send an order to be at home at Shiloh, Fla., after packed and delivered at Oak Hill cated. For further particulars addressE. wood for tale at all time*.

.I your old' friend J. D. Crabb Co., September 1st. THE STAR sends station. J. W. GRIFFIS. M. Low, H. E. HOLTOV,

Box 702, Jacksonville, Fla? hearty congratulations. Shiloh Fla. Brockton, Mass. 1 1 Tituaulie Fla.


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; fi2 ,y a THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, JULY 12,1907' ( ,


,. x e;j ; An Important Case. pain-caused by the many bunw about I

the body and head. Dr. Bartlctt was '.
J-Q,. An important case and a case that %
>''' to the injured
called and attended
fi will attract attention throughout the '
: The#
who will probably recover.
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:Jiii.f'- State, as a great question is involvedthe cause of the cable being charged was

_ t t., question of whether a schoolteacher a live wire dropping to a bolt "whlcl
: > has the right to chastise a touched the cable. For a considerable .
.. pupil-will soon come up In this city, time the police were forced to keep

t and is likely to attract a good: crowd, the crowd from the dangerous wire.

; ; F':Itii --. there being, It is said a dozen .or The accident was reported to the Elec. '.

;>'i i1 trig Light Co, and they had the wire '
+, witnesses.
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{ } J This is the case of the State vs. repaired immediately. __ :.

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+ I M : E. T. Wetter for the past year principal Pelican.
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$to ,1l. n h. :a:::: Bull Dog Fights
.:t.'""'. t3I.; ( of the Bronson High School., The

..t prosecuting, witness is Ivan Stringer. (St. Petersburg Enterprise.)

',. went Into effect In .New York state, requiring captive SJr-Harry MacLean, the Scotch son of W. A. Stringer, of Bronson. The Tuesday evening the Pickering and =

l RELIGIOUS I every newspaper, magazine or general In the employ of the sultan. lad was a pupil of the Bronson school, the Neptune were at the A. C. L. dock < 1

other periodical In that state to pub- MacLean had gone to Raisuli's campon when It is alleged that on May 9, Pro- aad the Manatees passengers were

Say* W. Need Rest. l Lsh In every copy of every issue, on a mission of peace and to offer am- lessor Wetter, the defendant, umnerciully waiting for the 'coming of that boat. .
,: the outer 'cover or at the head of the .
n Rev. Charles F. Aked of the Fifth I' nestr.I ,and cruelly chastised him. Probably two hundred people were
Avenue Baptist church. New York city, editorial column the full name and address -
preached his last sermon for the summer ; [ of the owners or proprietors, or The arrest of Prof Wetter created about. They witnessed something not

4 last week. He referred particularly In case of its being owned by a cor- I COMMERCIAL I a mild sensation in Bronson whew town in every day's program. Ansla

to the need of rest and the forgetting I wration, the names and addresses of be Is quite popular. "Upon Ms request pelican was sitting on one of the

of business troubles. He said that the officers, of the corporation. This is Prudential Quits Texas. a. change of venue was granted, the filing being fed and teased and petted

r the only medicine that would rest the In line with the Pennsylvania law and President Dryden of the Prudential defendant stating that he did not believe *>y almost every one in turn. "Mike"

body and clear the. brain was to be the practice in several other states. Insurance Company of America has he could get Justice in the Levy the bull dog mascot of the Pickering .

f .found In the quiet places of the coun, American Landlordism Curbed. issued from his Newark (X. J) head- county court. jutted in. The pelican made a nab j
He insisted that there had been The village of Rhlnebeck N.
try., Yn near notice all his Texas
quarters a to polIcy most for Mike's nose and then the fight: ,
who th
Prof. is of <
Wetter j
; m time In the history of the world' 'oughkeepsie.. has drawn attention to holders that because of the rigid
widely known teachers in the State is was on. The pelican never lost an j
certain ,
{ when such counsel was more needed a tendency toward landlordism Robertson insurance law his

than today, and no people on the whole on the part of,the wealthy idle class in has withdrawn from the state.company lIe here at present attending the summer inch of ground. At every large ot

: ;. '' earth who had more cause to heed it America by taking action to limit the claims that In order to safeguard their Normal. A large crowd of witnessesand Mike's the pelican was there with a

h and profit it than ourselves. lIe private estate of John Jacob Astor. That
by interests the company must exerciseIts interested persons are expectedin nose or an eye Jab. pelican's

said we' were living faster than men Astor's estate which already com- right to invest Its surplus where it the city over the Seaboard from Mil Is quick enough to catch fish and

ever lived before and in our anxiety: to prises 2,00 acres and touches the village thinks best and not at the will of the Bronson and an interesting trial is as- Mike was outclassed from the start,

to earn our bread and lay by something boundary on two sides, was aboutto state authorities.
; but he stood it until tired out. The-
p for a rainy day we gave ourselves no be extended by the purchase of an- sured.
Fewer Failures Since 1899. pelican was awarded the battle and
time to think. other large farm when a wealthy resi- .

;-t' I, "Referring to the myriads; of our breth- dent of the town bought the farm with If the rate of business failures is a Cured of Lung Trouble was as composed after the fight as

ren, pent up In the avowed purpose of checking the good criterion, prosperity cannot be "It is now eleven years since I had a it had been for a half hour previous.
said to be on the wing fast. Tbe
7j.! mean streets. further extension of Aster's property. narrow escape from consumption," writes It is a game, old bird, now perfectly
; I J prisoners of the The purchaser has formed a. home record of SDi failures in the first half c. O Floyd, a leading business man of domesticated. Children feed it. '

-- '; ,t-f counting house building syndicate with the Intention of this year as reported In Dun's Review Kershaw, b. C. "I had run down in ram
t Is the best statement for the ming fish down its gullet with utter-
corresponding 135; and
weight to pounds, coughing was
and shops, slaves of placing the contested tract of 360
: i; ': of the mill and acres at the disposal of small home period since 1809. But the constant both day and night.: Finally I abandon and relish-naturally relishto
: b\ total of liabilities, $69,568,662, is a little began taking Dr.:King's New Discovery, the bird. i
i mine for whom seekers, part of it to be reserved for
above the due few and continued this for about six months,
average, to a very
: :.''' A the changing public uses. In the last few years when and trouble The St. Augustine correspondent of
cough long .
large bankruptcies at New York. my / were
t seasons bring nol Mr. Aster has destroyed at least twen- about gone and I was restored; to my nor the Times.Union, under date of Wednesday

"'. cessation from y-Ih e dwelling houses, has exterminated Two Cent Fares In Illinois. mal weight, 170 pounds" Thousands of says; Mr. A. C. Frost, of

: ,*,;'. 'Gt toil and weariness one village and disposed of several The railroads of Illinois decided to persons are healed every j ear. Guaranteed Dania, was in the city yesterday, and
: 4'r he said: public institutions in order to create try out the new two cent fare law atTitusville Pharmacy and Banner

"There should an extensive private park or huntIng which went into effect July 1, at least Drag Store. 50c.< and fl.00. Trial bottle he Is very enthusiastic over the results

r'" be none such except ground. The property is knownas for several months but maintained the free. of tomato growing in his section lurIng -

l the vicious. FerncIIff, and Astor's intention 'is old rates on all Interstate business for l the past season. They shipped lit

u .,'!' .f.., ? And Christianity to extend It to' 0,000 acres. Much of the present. The railroad men aim to Narrow Escape for ChinamanThe carloads, against SO cars last year, and J t
Rev. Charles .

: Aked.
cannot rest while the land bought up now lies unused go into court later on with a showingof cool head and prompt action of the profits were from $300 to $tOO per

,t. t such mortals live, disfranchised of their awaiting the perfection of the larger a deficit from the operation of the a Seventh avenue resident Monday acre. Mr. Frost Is confident the soil

-1 !i; right to rest and happiness. The unaccomplished scheme, thus tending to restrict the law. saved a Chinaman from being roastedto 1 there Is particularly adapted to celery
c : : mission of our faith is Increase of taxable: land values. Virginia some of the lines heeded

j. i'i. I the redress of every economic Inequal- Socialist Sunday Schools. the order of the state corporation death by a cable charged with 2,000 i growing, as an experimental patch

:s ; ity. There is no gospel which is! not a Dispatches from London tell of the mission. July 1, by selling tickets at electric volt. Lee Yick while cross grown during the past season resultedin

:'; gospel of social service. We live to continued growth of the new sort of the old rates, but with a receipt rebate ing in front of the Central Espanol, accidentally growing celery that brought W

Y bring all mankind into the family of schools conducted entitling the holders to a refund Incase grasped the cable which cents a crate more than Sanford cel-
Sunday as a part
t "" God. But meanwhile while such poverty of the socialistic propaganda in London the order is upheld! by the courts. supports a telegraph post in front of ery, in the Philadelphia market. Th*

remains, while such evil conditions to such an extent that the Liberal that building, instantly he let forth a i result Is that forty to fifty acres will

r sadden and it pall us, what right government Is said to be trying to find I 'EXECUTIVEWarships I horrible scream as the heavily charg-1 be planted In celery this year, and if

we to our holidays, to our happiness
r !! ? Can sit some way to put an end to them with- ed cable held him in a torture of agony 1 the results turn out, as they have ev
we at feast blindfold
f. our -
out interfering with the right of freespeech.
: / 'J! ':'. or dare we open our eyes? What to the Pacific. and pain. His entire body was bet ery reason to believe Dania will not
In these schools a new seriesof
: I right have we to any feast while our lessons have been Inaugurated which The, impression gained ground a ing roasted, and he would have be- only in the future become a great to-

-w brothers starve in the midst of come victim of the live wire but mato
plenty? refer solely to the blessings and opportunities Washlngtoa that the administrationhad growing section, but will becomea

i 'z He admonished his hearers to go away of the present life. In the decided finally in favor of the for the timely action of Ed Jordan, large celery producing center. The

and forget their business their debts, catechisms of these Sunday schools occur policy of concentrating battleships on who had seen the Chinaman's plight contractor has nearly completed the
I' and that there is suffering sin and the Pacific coast, not as a threat
such questions and answers as from the balcony of the Dixie House. new canal twenty-four feet wide, and
sickness in this world and conclude! but the theory .
t {t: against Japan merely on
these: "How many classes are there? Fortunately Jordan had ( three feet
\ deep from the center of the
that the best way to spend Sunday or Two that preparedness is the best guarantee 'onsider-I'
aristocrats and
*. ,'... any other holiday was to follow Who working people. of peace. Within the next six able presence of mind and town ,to a connection with the Florida
are the aristocrats? Those who
Christ's advice to his disciples, "Com enjoy wealthithout working for it. months eleven of our most powerful actly what to do. He rushed over to I East Coast Canal and Transportation

:_:. ye yourselves apart into a desert place Who are the workers? Men who work battleships are to be ordered from the the Chinaman and stood upon a chair: I.Company's canal, and already six gasoline t

4 ., and rest awhile:" Atlantic to the Pacific and two fast before he attempted to release the suf.1rerer I launches have
+ I -.. for wages and receive only a portionof been bought and
A Chaplain For Hotel Folks. cruisers. To these will be added the from the magnetic cable. f
Had he fit
what they enrn. the other part going will not be long before every re t- cs
crack which
new battleship Nebraska
t '.: :" The Rev. Dr. James B. Wesson to keep the idle classes.! Who own the not taken the precaution of standing I i dent will own one. Mr Frost is con-
., 1 goes into commission at San Francisco"
clothed with the authority! and : factories and warehouses? The rich
"'" s.-rn' in July. Besides all this, it is notahlt I on a no--conductor he would havetbeen j fident by 1910, from the present Influx
? of the Protestant Episcopal (!In-'' ; capitalist class who will not emnlovmen I
,' .- that we have four first class cruisers drawn towards the wire together I I of settlers, that they will have 1,6M I
has '
appointed as officialhani nnle they can make a profit. '
: on the \siitic station Tbs! jKiIioy: with Lee Yick After Lee Pick was inhabitants ,
and minister at large to all stranger What is the consequence That men and rank second ameag

"T' In New York city. So far as known, able and willing to work for food cannot was -first- agreed. upon- -by- the- generanaval 1; released he fell unconscious from the'' the towns in Dade county.Do .
boars or WHICH .\lIm rll Dewey
this Is the first time in the history o' got food for their wiml1 is president! but wax said to hue received
the Christian religion when any tie. dren.Do men and women die of hnnger -
"' :' the approval of President IJoo: j-
: nomination has created such an office in Englande !in the midst: of
: volt in a coifirence with Secretary:
5f- For several years the Rev. Henry M pt' >nty. Do savages starve in the midst Metcalf at Oyster I'.ny. Cor'respond'S not suffer

Warren has Lee called the hotel chaplain of pl'nty0.. when there of
i plenty :
ent: pont! out that when this plan 15< with severe.
W f" but he did not represent any particular food, they all rejoice(' and feast anti carried; out theioencin naval powerin
i church organization Pr Wason make .
m rry. Headaches
the ":'('ifi will exceed: that of Ja-
rT: !" will work directly under the supervision )
pnn which Ins eleven! battleship'available.
of Bishop Totter as he tea rp when
; pointed tIS' the chapter Cathedral I FOREIGNJapanese I

i t of SL John thePhireWashington's Battleship Contracts Awarded.

The department his ]
ni\v announcesth
Crest Cathedral
Merchants: Appeal.
I / A' \ '* aw irdi'ig of contracts for th<* cov
;' From announcement1 the Churchman Seven r'hamitI'om .pr('" in St'>I- II IITRAQL
> strut'ton: of tie
two new JIKHIO to:)
1- it appears now Ttiin that the Sinn nt T >l k;:o ..-.enl an address; tft theo "Preadnouzitts" .
the 1'orv
t > Itiur $ upbu
"f epis'Optlitns cfVa hijgton are 1r print t1 <'!MII:|>."X of foni2'er iijrmyi
:Klini ju.pinv Hf (J'i'ncy.' Mass.
t erect a church to be known cs the .\ ii and iNo 1'tesic.ert i:<>nseyeltexptrnsnz !t
nnd the News
Newport Shipbuilding
.. Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul tie fear that if HI-h "tinforttii'te ;
company of Newport Newsa.. re-
r and that it will he larger thin most o;f incidcut.na tits 4'nlifltn1lauttH
L. -pectnelv One of these ships is to
r t...... the cathedrals in England! or on the: J;:$ 1111 JijMre'e rt>*:.l<-"i.TV M.,11K
have Amencan turbines and the other
to ('Ontinent. having a length; of 470 fN'tr. not sh Will
; f sp 11f'"Jily .pp..1 tte 1:1: fer.Iinc the Rntish type of turbines. The Cure You.
i and,a breadth of 132 feet. The tower. which t! ,..;arare,"o now larl'..'racsinst contract
price with the Newport Nowcorapuiy The liver is the
to be known as Gloria In Excels'x wi\1 I a settion" of the r"iM States nnv en In-Bpnnff for the whole boay. To epcr
y is $!.000000 and that wiih good health, one must
rise 1 JO feet and be circled near tbetop dinrer; th <'eTe':"+pmint of .' nini real! s keep the liver in good order. To do r. ,.
the Tore River $1.. ...000., these bom"the a regulator is needed. Herbine will
i put liver
vith luis-reliefs of nnjreN The l'elatnnmf! ; came i-va'cuhl! L>""s to it should be your in the condition -
lowest two bids Contracts for the and you will not suffer from
; Churchman: says It will! lie. like tin lioth wnti'exAustralia's 1 I II headaches.
t armor are divided the .
R mediaeval cathedrals a palace of the among A
hew P-ts-nsIisr-.
and MiJvale! plants CURE
y I I+nor and a hou e of prayer for all orN" I
In OT!th"! "S the pan! : for the next *
; and conditions of men In style tin Treasury Surplus S592D,4CS. FOR CONSTIPATION
I session of thn .\u! 1 new cathedral will he fourteenth century The troasT-T-v tvni!':fit <'iM>d the
; Oarnthers pn'INt"'t't1 the in FEVER BILIOUSNESS
Gothic. i fiscal yeir. Trie "o. whit i '-n-.I. i ; or MALARIA
I actmert of pencir+ns for inra'ii''! nh-! $S' .!r!*. ':_1; and -ib !Li+ reeipta tot:ii- AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.

ventions: t<> aid friendly societies to enable lag $>; .:Wl.l'yi: whit.h i* TIMHV.....,(KK,
I I SOCIOLOGICAL 1 I the poorest persons to purebi
more than in nay ot1pr"l'lr la 'm"
c annuities He nrsiie that this policy hisor. The customs receipts were Has Done A World Of Good.
tends "to
uplift tN increase
Harriman Orders Publicity.The community. $3. .::;t'l_:; and the internal revenue :Mrs. C. D. PhIlley Marble
the Inducements "
to thrift and writes: I have
$ iln.J'S:
policy of furnishing the public aid in the battle against Improvidence used Herbine and find it the best liver corrective I have ever
tried. It
,, with full accounts of all accidents on ." I and I my family as wallas myself a world of good,
Its lines has been adopted by the Harriman The Smile headaches recommend it to all my frlendJ. I never stiller from
r Chaos: In Guatemala Now. anymore."
i railroad ntt>m. Mr Hammanalso that won't come off appears baby's
The foreign diplomats In Guatemala
made known his Intention to have face after one bottle of Whites Cream WILL BUY IT.
City. esf-ept'n! : the American mI1fstC':
i outsiders representing the public Invited Vermifuge, the great worm medicine
have: joined in a protect against; the Why not keep that smile
on balty' face
to sit! with his boards of Inquiry. Ballard Snow
action of President Cabrera in arre 'tinj If yon keep this medicine on hand Liniment Co.
x Such is the gist of a statement Issued you
ltiO! prominent citizen's and tryilthTD will never see" anything else but smiles
by the Union Pacific. The object in 500-502 Second St. ST.
.t summarily Preparations for his face. Airs fc-., Blackwell Okla., LOUIS, MO.
T- $ clew Is to bring about closer observance
i war (continue and a state of chaos pre- writes: "My baby was peevish and fret.
i; of the rules of safety by bringing vaiK ful, would not eat anything and I feared

into the light the personal responsibilIty [ he would die. I used a bottle of White and

,r Raisuli's Big Catch. Cream Vermifuge and he has not had a Recommended by

: Newipap Anonymity Wanes. The Moroccan bricand Ralsuli has I sick day since. Sold by Titnsulle Pharmacy TItusV'1.Ue: Pharmacy

I' com Into DrxuiinejiLe acain by taking and Banner Drug Store. and
yF a .With the tot of July_* new_ .. law" Ban.n.er Drug Storei


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rr r'tr. n r management of all the public institutions 1

and service lmaye been appointed I

and have promptly sot to work on'their Nervousf .
., huge Job. William z J

R. Willcor has resigned r

?sa' ;' as postmaster his-position of Indigestion -l:' i

New York city to 1Fi"

: of become the city chairman commission The action of digestion \ t< !

; and the is' controlled by t i...,

other four members nerves to the r

of this com-
mission are men of stoma;)i. When they are

W..Re WlIlcOL good local standing weak, the stomach is de-:

'.. r .,' :_,...... ........... .'-..."}. ........ R.i.--_-,., ,- '1 1;:."... 'x..r. r"h.Y n ..n_". '--o;: ,;"'.- ,.,:-.,..,.;:-........w:.....u.......,..:. ,:,:--o....::...:.a-.::-..... :.,::.'.'.'1 but have had prived of its energy. It
:i: no very prominent part In politics here-:

I f peeled to wait In inferior rooms long that the case will be brought to trial tofore. At the head of the state com- has no* power to do its '

}ffG1 LEGAL-CRIMI tAL I periods for special trains In which again at the October term. -/ mission Is Lawyer Frank W. Stevens work. If you want permanent -

I I they are crowded with inadequate of Jamestown while Charles II. Keep, I

i1/- Part Played by Pinkerton. train servfce. Mr. Wood tried to show formerly assistant secretary of the relief, you must
= ;9t.< ,After several other men'.mentloned that these rates 'were necessary In order > j' POLITICALGeorgia's L treasury, and Martin C. Decker a restore this energy. Dr. '

to make for the increased cost member of the interstate commerce
"t t> Orchard as MilesNervirfe; restores ,4 j
_ of equipment and wages, but he'failed commission are two other members of
) New Governor
alleged crimes had
for to satisfy the examiner that it was this body well known to the public nervous energy, and gives'
t the defense in the.trial of W. D. Hay- In his inaugural address Georgia'snew
.' .{ wood at Boise, all of whom deniedOrchard's right to charge this Increase to thepoor governor, fete Smith, intensifiedthe the remaining two being not so well the organs power to perform 1
I known. The New York city commIs-
immigrant rather than
to the
line of demarcation between the their functions.
x story .In every particular, so first class sion held Its first meeting Monday at ;
far as It concerned white and the black'races by saying
them the defense 1
the office of the former rapid transit "For many years I was an acute
brought forward the star witness In Christian Scientist Convicted. that any plan to aid the negroes which commission, which Is one of the bodies sufferer from nervous indigestion; at
their plan to show Clarence W. Byrne a 1'ewYork failed to recognize the racial differences times I was so despondent life seemedalmost
up an alleged con ;
superseded by It. The commissioners a burden. I tried all kinds of -1
of the salesman has been found by the would not succeed. He Insisted,
$ spiracy Mine Owners' association guilty announced that all their work would selrt physicians with
court of Sessions of further, that the had the same little or until one right lastsummer
to crush the Western Federation special willfullyneglecting negro
be nude known to the public from day I saw Dr. Miles' Nervine ana
-' of' Miners and ultimately to hang its I to provide medical attendance opportunity to develop that other races to day.Wattarson's. Heart Cure advertised. I resolved to

leaders. Haywood. Mover .and Fettl-: for his little daughter who died had before 'slavery days, and that Dark Horse Out. the make purchase one more of one trial bottle which of I Nervine did In

bone. This witness was Morris Friedman I of pneumonia. Byrne Is a Christian slavery Improved the black race, whilea and one of Heart Cure. In a few days
has become known that Governor
I It I began to feel better which
who formerly was employed for Scientist and says that he called In n majority of the negroes in that state encour-
John A. Johnson of Minnesota Is the aged me so much that I continued the
five-years as a stenographer In the healer of his church to treat the child had ceased to improve since slaverywas medicine until I had taken more thana
r dark horse recently referred to by
Denver office of when his own ,prayers failed to bring abolished.. He thought that few dozen bottles. I am very much Im
Editor Watterson of the Louisville way; in body mind
th( Pinkerton relief as he had no faith in the med had been helped by learning from andvpiritsesic I make a special
Courier-Journal as a regular Democrat
point to recommend the medicine,
detective agency, cal doctors. Motion for a new trial looks, but that all had 'been helped ana
north of Mason and Dixon's line who I ( a sincere pleasure in knowing
where he .was was made. who had been taught or made to work. that several persons have been benefited -
could lead the Democratic party to TIc- recommendations."
particularly ass Texas Receiver Nevertheless he recognized the'duty of MELTON I
tory. This fact leaked out in connection A. S. AshvUle. N. a
signed to the Texas: court of appeals ruled that the white man to be absolutely just with a movement of the antiBryan' Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your
to the druggist who will guarantee that the {
secretarial work negro.
while the property of the Waters- % forces to themselves t
organize I first bottle will benefit. If It falls, he s
McParland Pierce Oil company was for the moment City a Traction Partner. around Johnson as a rallying point. I will refund your money. J

In the hands of the federal receiver Mayor Reyburn has signed the newordinance Reapportionment Plot Thickens.On Miles Medical Co., ElkharLlnd .

: *- western manager Dorchester, the state should be- making the city of Philadelphia the same day that Governor I ..

of the agen gin proceedings at once to oust him a partner in the management of Hughes of New York issued his call i

cy and the man In favor of the street with the
state receiver, Eck- t.b9ltr's railways, for an extra session of the legislature l-
who worked up hardt. The state's jurisdiction is held prospect of 'becoming the owner of for the purpose of enacting a reappor- TAe Most Valuaote Set of}'iadla1l4 BoutBuiUixz -

the case againstthe to be supreme In the premises. them In fifty years. The mayor and tionment law Attorney General Jackson Boots ever PblnketL J

's miners' leaders John D. to the Bar. two men appointed by councils, Messrs. In response to a request from the RUDDERHOWTO
and secured Wolf and
A small army of federal marshals Carpenter, represent the cityon secretary, of tate.. Whalen. both of
the Orchard con. the board of the Transit BOOKSOver
and their company. whom elected 'as Democrats
fession. agents were put on the trail were on
Friedman of John D. Rockefeller and bis brother. The city is to have half of the profits the Hearst ticket, rendered an opinionto Joco boats hive been built from the fines .
threw much 6 cent and printed in these books-Successfufly sailed In
the issuance of the over per retains the right to the effect that the state
Senator Borah. William following present every dune and upon every sea-Full detail i
Ught upon the regulate the operation of the roads driwin of an parts showing what. it is and
summons of Judge Landis of Chicagofor senate must be regarded as merely a
Secret methods adopted by the mine how to make it-Text extremely simple
and officers of the Standard Oil com- touching public health and safety. de facto body, because It was elected \
owners by the detective 'agency The company is required to retire its HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50 ;:
by telling of the'agents and spies sent pany to appear in court and s4mit to under the unconstitutional reapportionment W font_.w nlhwt L.rke..r'.liM-frmaw as t.*.
out to obtain examinatiqn as to the earning powerof $30,000,000? capital by means of a sinking of last year, and that a new I T.,,; good raeug bat fur a t..r,tan flit twines.is
membership in the miners'
union the trusU The marshals at one time fund inside the fifty years, and election for the entire senate must be HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
many of whom held impor must a graduated for I.. boat for ftrrxn (ailing or khakis 'wit bnur
for John D. in pay paying held this fall under the tioJ
tant omclal were watching four apportionmentof -.rPr fistb-a..nrsfalsk-nmbuilt;tloopsees r
. positions while making and car licenses. All the capital ; foil PIM..J ptetvi**of eeuplutcd tool*.
different states-at the home of his 18M. This serves to further complicate
regular reports of the union affairs to must be applied to improvements HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
married daughter at Pittsfield. Mass.. the problem which brought the
y the detective headquarters. Xo<* nxmrfal raise laarfcine rnt ieminti i m primvfaintr
at his great estate of Pocontico Hills while the city will have the right to senate and house into a deadlock before m A&eiiai.. Ass *ad AutralU; CMJT to kafid| mto >
Copies of these reports, which Fried- take the whole Will wth.HOW
near Tarrytown, N. Y.. at his big Lakewood over property any adjournment.
man had made during his employmentby TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
(N. J.) place, where formerly he July 1 with six months' notice by pay- Fairbanks' Cocktail Simple a M! prMtmL riwwmit tow Ioeoll.net......
the agency were read by Lawyer Ing the outstanding capital. No fur- Story. boll for Me"it*any motor Seven!otter......
Darrow and offered in evidence being was besieged for several weeks by ther obligations be assumed with- An article in the Phalanx a Prohibi- HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA

;: identified under oath by Fried subpoena servers and lastly at his fine may tion organ of Indianapolis, has set the fine .!l mnnj ""isiaz butt; good eabia; naD* .mulrr
out the consent of the This .ait-L4ew.ksJow
city. measure ; watT
x The old home. Forest Hill at Cleveland, O. political gossips by the ears telling of
+ man. judge had not yet decided
which was fathered by the Retail HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA
finally whether this matter would be On the porch of the last named house Merchants' the serving of cocktails at the Fairbanks Hrrrf little UiL butt.with nodcnU. .......uj
admitted. These reports showed that a marshal camped out in spite f f the was opposedby luncheon to Roosevelt on Decoration -UI plu.
I guards which surrounded the City party and other reform or HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
'not only was the Western Federation grounds. ganizations. day. Cap CO IwiU;rrrrrtlmu:. tJu...waftICe.ly
: honeycombed with spies, but also the Marshal Chandler of Cleveland kept lo....wrtk;CM U built"er/cieaplj pt kor iJoop or cat nc '
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3 p- United Mine Workers over which John his deputies constantly on the alert to Ambassador Bryce Criticised.The HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHTA

Mitchell presides. One of the secret prevent the possible escape of Mr. national administration has A Lazy Liver )/luff complete CM ia fewRptio ml BK model..haw. to suds model;alto. IM ;

4 that he Rockefeller. In the meanwhile the started an inquiry Into the truth of May be only tired liver
agents reported had failed to a or a starved I
: I discover the alleged "Inner circle" of Rockefellers' lawyers at Chicago were a report that James Bryce, the British liver. It would be a stupid as well as PRICE $1. EACH

'a the federation although he worked on trying to get the court to excuse their ambassador had expressed: aw>royal of savage thing to beat a weary or starved PREPAID: BT CIPRCtS ANYWHERE

it for two years at an expense of chief on one pretext or another, but the Oklahoma constitution during his man because he lagged In his work. So 9 Bound by ii in inches cloth--Larjte Gold,clearly-drawn lettering;-Size plans.or pag..

$ $7,000 to the mine owners. Other reports without avail recent trip through the southwest. Ho in treating the lagging, torpid liver it is

u 1 tended to confirm previous testimony Finally Deputy Marshal Charles L. was credited with praising particularlythe a great mistake to lash it with strong THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

to the effect that various acts of Frink of North Adams Mass, by a initiative and referendum clauses drastic drugs. A torpid liver is but'an 9 MVRBAT STRCCT New You. U. S. A

violence were instigated by the detective clever ruse of doubling on his track about which political parties had differed indication of an ill-nourished, enfeebled :*',,410/,1 for Catalogue of Books for

agency to throw discredit.upon discovered the much sought oil trust sharply, and If so this might be body whose organs are weary with over .IWf"ra'S Library.

the union. head on the porch of the Prentice regarded as a violation of diplomatic work. Start with the stomach and allied

house at Pittsfioid after Mr. Prentice ethics. He Is said to have remarked organs of digestion and nutrition. Put
:42 The prosecution charged Friedman and that this new instrument containedsome them in working order and see how
other momlxTS of the household
: with stealing these reports from his quickly liver will become t rr your active.tDr. .
} f had of the best feature of the Swiss >
used deception in the efforts '
:. ....: employer but he justified his course every Pierce'a Golden Medical Discovery are aot sn expcri- t 4
constitution which he added, "was mentlrutwitapropercntti-
,. throw the processrscfiter off the t _
on the ground that the federation was has made many marvelous cures of 'livertrouble" iiont.ey assure success
the best modern form of government"Whatever
trail. Early in the day Friuk had from the start. Users have no
w morally entitled to the Information by its wonderful control of the i
he said: his" the dot! U at planting nor disap-
made greater 1
I! Senator Rorah called attention to the an unsuccessful attempt to locate : because organs of digestion and nutrition. It restores pontmegU at harrv t. Get J
:r. ', socialistic connections of this witness John D. there, and then had given tin weight he Is known the world the normal activity of the stomach! ,

! : and otherwise made Hint of the tcstl impression that he had left town. over as an authority American constitutional increases the secretions of the blood-mak- 3 a
Thus tailed Into a sense of ing glands cleanses the from
.; mony as having no direct bearing on security. system poisonous -
! > the case. Former Attorney Genera 1 Mr. Rockefeller had come out onto the Aoki Reassures America. accumulations, and so relieves} the 'y-

r Engley of Colorado who was twice porch to sun himself. Secretly the Ajnin the Japanese ambassador Mr. liver of the burdens imposed upon it by J

I deported from the Cripple Creek dls deputy had returned and taken the old .Aoki has consented to a formal Interview the defection of other organs. for bi -"e ataldealers! amontforovcr
man by surprise. The latter remark to reassure the American r*>onle If yon hive bitter or bad taste in the morale -
trict land who admits his active connection 51 y rare. 1UO7 !ccii Annual ,
that he had hoped to avoid this trip to about the Intentions of his government ;. poor or/f>rlible appetite coated tongue, free oa rD. .
Socialist toldU
with the
party. foul breath. constipated or Irregular bowels '
I i of the conditions before and during the Chicago, expecting that his attorneys an.l to deny reports of unpleasant relations feel weak easiljt tired.p spondent. frequent ; M.Detroit FERRY,Mich.it. CO., [--1

.... miners strike and the efforts of the would secure some modification of the with President: Roosevelt. He headaches n 4r distresjui"small of back.*
conn's order. said that the president's cancellation of gnawing or dklrebsed fcefteir In stomach
: mine owners to beat the strikers by
part of the Chinese indemnity Il'Spokp perhaps nausea.>tJS/NJr\oXf "risings" In
Japs Sue San Francisco.A .
hook crook.
or by the'* generosity of the American I throat after eating and klnSAl symptoms 5O YEARS
t : ;., Unwritten Law Prevails. test case has been brought against propl" stomach and torpid Im4 _ro medi EXPERIENCE
and did not disturb In the least
$ the city of San Francisco by the JapanE.'Se Japan Mine will relieve you more rrprpptlr or cure
; As was expected by all who hatJ residents As to China lie Insisted! that ..JJpaawouId Ton !.,.>rj rH.n.anntly lhag Ihyv.ir Pier1 i *?.SOol
watched the progress of the trial o f : damages being demanded surely keep the door open to all I den :Medical iJl-. oTpry. Perhaps only

'- i. Judge I-oving at Houston. Va. for th ii
n .._ admitted killing of young Estes, tb and bath liaise of Y. Eiinoto tlion-ht that all this !jingo talk In Japan one time and yet point to torpid liver or

I jury under instructions from Judge by a mob May 20, it being hell that had no particular! significance and biliousness and weak stomach. Avoid all
the made effort hot bread and bixmlts. griddle cakes and
city no to stop the riot.
e Barksdale. who did not accept the suggestion that the excitement was al.out over : other indigestible! food and! tale the"Golden TRADE: MARKS

.- of the prosecution to bar the Absconding New York Teller. anyway. Having elected to enter the Medical Pi-rfoveryw regularly and stick to its ., DESSCOPYRIGHTS

J: .- alleged right of the citizen to be his Chester B. Itunyan paying teller oi concert of western nations. Japan was use until you are vigorous and itron? Anyone &c.
sending a nketrh and description may
own avenger, promptly brought in a the Windsor Trust company of NewYork acting in coo-l fath! and lid not wig h The "Discovery" Is non-M-cret. nonalcoholic quickly ascertain onr opinion free whether an

J :verdict of not puity. The technica disappeared with over $:>ntRsu< of to be thought quarrelsome or insincere nal roots, is a with clycertc a fall extract list of of its native ingredientsprinted nwdid- invention H probably putentable.. Handbook Comrannica.tionsnrictlyron&dential. on Patents.

f of the verdict was tba company's funds and investigation teat free. Oldest agency for Becunnjr patents
.i justification Miners Indorse Socialism. on each bottle-wrapper and attested Patents taken tbroueb Mnno & Co. receive
_ Loving was insane at the time of the showed that he had been playing the The under oath. Its ingredients are endotsed tpenal notice,without cbsree, in theScknffic.Hmericane
principal action of the
:: killing owing to the effects of hidaughter's c stock market. He simply packed the and extolk-d by the must eminent medical
of the Western
Federation of Miners !
. writers of the age and are recommended to
I' story of wronging at the cash in a suit case just before closin? : at I>enver. according to press reports cure the diseases for which It Is adTiMd.j A handsomely illn!tratvl weekly.I Largest dr-

: : bands of Est, regardless of tba trot time. having previously made known was the adaption of n new j Don't accept a substitute of unknown rnlatmn of any ciemtt9e Joorn U Terms(3 aerArtfooemonths
t or falsity of the story. his plan to visit his mother in Rot-Les- to the constitution of the order }J composition for thi+ non-i-ecret JIEDICIXK ,|L Sold by-ll newsdpaen.UHN .
& CO361Broadway, New
Railroads Robbing Immigrants. ter and walked away. It was Saturday pledging its members to the cause of OF K5OWS COMFOSITIOX. York
Branch O-flre. t as F Ft*.Ws.hinzton.I'_ .C.KLLTHz _
Before Social Examiner Decker for and nothing was found wrong un ga'ialism. One report sass that tins --

the interstate commerce commission til the following Monday. He wa leaders are to call a convention at Chi I

at New York the seven railroads which not a man of fast habits but wa a earn for the: purpose of starting a national COUCH

divide amen?: themselves the imniijrrant known to be failing in health. labor prty. Mover and ILiywooJwere : AID CURE THE +. .UCtiCSWITH

'-S traffic from that city west wan ii Holmes Jury Disagree. continued as officers. !

.'. were brought to book on charges of After deliberating for more than New York's New Regulators. Dr. {

j t ., unreasonable and unjust discriminations twenty-fhe hours the jury in the case The meir.lKTs' of tae New York city i Jug'siew

rt against these so called second of Edwin S. Holmes, assistant statistician anal NeT York state utilities commissions

y class passengers. General Traffic Manager in the agricultural department.who created ly the recent i ie jsiation: i Discovery!

>- Wood of the Pennsylvania wa has been on trial In Washingtonon on the initiative of Governor Hughes Say.Ma.UIli"ewmU.easbijla roose as TOU?

the first witness! and he admitted that a charge of conspiring to defraud for the ruToof centralizing; tbpCASTOn..A. MAGIC Yes my child it yon don't use Price

f ,. the railroads charged the immigrant the United States through the use oas :f WHITE SOAP.Rub FOR CONSUMPTION 50c &$1.CO

,.:v..,... t the same rates for transportation the government's cotton crop statistics water:one Magic hour.on soiled No boiling parts washboards leave them in Free Trial.

21.: the regular tariff for first class passengers for speculative purposes reported the!ir Sean tIe Its Kind Yaa Haw Always Iku8ignare no backache if you use MAGIC WHITE; Guaranteed for all THROAT and
.!.f or slightly higher notwithstanding Inability to agree and were discharge* SOAP. Will Iron easy as magic:has no rosin
t /Jf .,J-j1fJ. in yellow soap. Get your irrocer to order or ZIOIISY
:* i; that these immigrants are by Justice Stafford. It Is expected I or send us ,,.ro for 1 box of 100 5c. cakes. BACK.
herded together like cattle and com We pay for freight. SaTe the wrappers.

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";'.ir... :c"./,'\ .t t"";' Entered at the poctoffice at Titarrffle. .. Railroad Managers at Last Realize the j
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iecoa4-du1mai1 matter. :
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,: .... .Jl Pub11aheJ'. necessity for Improvement I'
E11U B.ac&cI1tor..d
h)i "'" } from the New York Packer Endorses b Pe=ru-na
$ A great deal has been said and tif.: :;;:'' ',: i

,'i1ri'H> is still prosperous printed during recent years regarding
That this country
.. to for luxuries .the superiority of American rail- As a Catarrh As An Excellent :
pay .
J,. "!' is an"money shown in the fact that mOle way methods over the same service Tonic. i. '
in other countries, and people not Remedy. V'i
(!: than $41,000,000 worth of diamonds
directly interested in transportationaffairs
and other precious stones were imported i <
are likely to think that prac-
last year. More than 60 per tices in use in this country are well / 2 ,

.cent of the output of the South Africa nigh perfect. Of course, growers ? :: .

diamond fields,came to this coun and shippers, as well as receivers of _

y try. Meats and flour and potatoes perishable products, know this to be Y .,

l may go up in price, but we must still far from actual conditions, but even -!:"'-

:' have our diamonds. at that there is a great deal of brag-
ging done constantly about American "I have such conflin -

.: During the past week the warmest I superb.railways. prominent perU -

1 : places reported to the U. S. weather The article reproduced below, ; / sonal friends who have i
k ; taken from an Ohio is there-
service were well up in the arctic paper If used and endorsed Peruna
:. fore interesting, not only as showing I
circle. In Lapland and Iceland the the true conditions, but as evidence. that I feel justified in assuming

mercury reached up into the nineties, that the railroad have at
managers that it is a valuable remedy
which was several degrees higher last come to realize the one great
for catarrh and an excellent
than in Washington or London. drawback in their handling of ship- .
There was also a hot wave in the ments. The one feature of railroad :::: general tone -

Sitka Alaska registering service that is favorably commentedon ::lIIY John W. X .. : Y.'':
;; y Klondike, Hoyt.jn wY.: ; .rxr.:, .
Y a higher temperature than Philadel- more than any other is, perhaps, Yv 4ti{Yi; .f.r.Y; Vlctori* Flats, ?

phia. Really the most agreeable the high speed, but it appears this Wublngtoa, D. C.mjvww

weather anywhere last week was thing has entirely blinded the railroad

T right down here in Florida and along managers to other factors which are ::....
equally as important. For instance,
Here the highest
the east coast.
s in the article referred to, a rail- ; F T5??
temperature lacked several degrees / />AXw wvwvw>xS<.ife J rfM < v
road official found, by investigation, The Magnificent State Capitol Building of Wyoming,
I? of reaching the nineties and the
that while freight cars were movedat Responsible People. j Natural Enthusiasm. Catarrhal Fever.

# nights were cool and pleasant. an average speed of ten miles an occupying positions of high I When a person has been really helpedin Mrs. W. K. Good, Broadway, Ya.. ...
L hour they are only moved thirty milesa PEOPLE and trust are always getting rid of some chronic malady, writes: T

Fs .a Back to the Constitution day, indicating that the cars were very busy people. after other things have failed,it is quite "When I was fifteen years old I had
They have little or no time to devoteto natural for enthusiasm to lead peopleto catarrhal fever and for nine yean L
There has suddenly developed kept in motion only three hours a
a3 side Issues.It make a statement of the fact. have had catarrh of the head.
sentiment in both the Democratic and day and left standing twenty-one is therefore very rare that such people For great services, gratitude is nat- "Through neglect it went to my throat

Republican parties in favor of getting i hours. The ridiculousness of such are willing to write testimonials for ural. and nose. After consulting you I used
I conditions is at once apparent.It anything. This is the only way that it can possibly Peruna for four months as directed andI
__3 -M back to the constitution. It is is to foretell what would Then again there is a natural diffidence be explained why it is that so many am entirely well and have my natural
seen that if the constitution isn't ad- easy in giving public endorsement to persons prominent in public,diplomatic health.
happen to a grower or shipper of: and social life for
hered to closely the republic will soon any commercial enterprise on the partof give testimony "Icannot praise Pernna too highly.It .
perishable products who did businesson people who are much before the Peruna. will do all that it is recommendedto
be adrift on the sea of uncertainty. this plan. Think of a grower ofpeaches : public. Actual Benefit. do.

< ; With the leader of each of the great only devoting three hours of: Bare Endorsements.It Peruna promptly relieves. Pe-ru-na Relieves Catarrh.Mr. .
M1 political parties striving to see which the is thus that it is very rare that pub- This is the explanation. L. Clifford Figs, Jr., 2ftS: f:. .,
in his
twenty-four .
getting crop lic officials, like Catarrh is a disease difficult to relieve.A
< governors congressmen Marshall St., Richmond Va., writes;
'' ;; can outdo the other in dragging the ready to market in the busy season. ,consuls,senators,etc.,give public great many of the doctors fail to "As soon as I get a cold I send for a

i country from its constitutional moorings The same condition applies to practically endorsement to a proprietary medi ,I relieve it.Gratitude Results. bottle of Peruna,and it soon drives it

_ 1 it isn't to be wondered at that every line in the fruit and produce cine. that : A few bottles Peruna cure chronic out of my system.
v It is therefore a great triumph
:i 1 the people are becoming anxious for market. If the fruit and pro- Peruna has the unqualified endorse- I malady of many years standing and it is Despaired of Being Cured.

;: the future of the country. duce merchants of the country did ment of so many men in official position -:almost impossible to repress the natural "For several years I was not entirely
not keep things moving at a more I feelings of gratitude which spring up. well,and despaired of ever being cured,
Both Democrats
Republicans active than the railroads do, Scores of public officials of national Catarrh of Head and Throat as I had used numerous remedies that
:T' are crying "back to the constitu- reputation have enthusiastically declared -I Mr.Joseph Reiss, 3424 N. 14th street, my friends advised. I doctored for two
practically all of them would be
tion." In his Fourth of July address in favor of Peruna in public I St.Louis,Mo.,writes: years without any improvement.A .
bankrupt within a year. print over and over again.A "1 had catarrh of the head and throat, Last Resort.
,i. : before the Maryland Bar assoc- It is reassuring, however, that the Startling:Pact but through the use of five bottles of "As a last resort I tried Peruna, and
% iation, John A. Wise, a former Vir- railroads have at last found this important There is no way to account for such a was Peruna cured.and two bottles of Manaliu 1 am pleased to say that in a short time

'. ginian, now a New York Republican, flaw in their system of doing startling fact as this except that Peruna "1 think that Peruna is the best tonicthat I was completely cured.
> has extraordinary unusual merit. I have ever used and 1 would advise "I have not been troubled for over a
: criticised the for
president severely business and that efforts will be madeto
\ all and 1 pleased to endorse Perunaas
low am
After people high are all catarrhal sufferers to use year.
t attempting to enlarge the powers of seek a remedy. If freight is onlyon constituted very much alike. Peruna." it saved me a world of suffer.:."

_ the federal government by executive the move three hours.during the ---- ..i

\; construction of the constitution. day now, how much more satisfactory ,of cars. Of course this is important,

,.. The people will have to look to the would conditions be if the railroads 1 but a very small factor when com-
Democratic party to bring the government would adopt a plan whereby ]pared with the time a car is standing Happy

t rt back to a strictly constitutional the shipments could be kept movingin !still." You know that there are colors which signify sadness, others which
r ;. the direction of their destinationeven indicate happiness-but do you ever stop to think how often people are
basis. The Republican party is twelve hours a day, and thereis made sad or glad because of the colors?
,4: hotheaded that way at all. It is carried You know that children and flowers thrive best ih \
no good reason apparent why they 0. A. STEWART the sunshine. Why not have more sunshine in your
away with inflation .and protec- should not be kept in motion at least i -% own home, then-why not let us show you how to get
tion. The two important planks in three-quarters of the time, which FIRE it in the walls by usingALABASTINE

.' the next Democratic platform should would mean that freight would move AlahasfineI -v

be "back to to constitution" and six times as fast as it does now. Insurance I!

"'it tariff revision. If these declarations The article containing the interview I The SanitaxyWaU Coating
should be embodied in the platformit above referred to is as follows: -
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI By having your walls decorated
wouid be a logical conclusion that In addition to appointing special .l --- with Alabastine you will make
traveling agents to look after the e them more artistic, more dur-
southern should be the Democratic
",: a man freight yard and station service and represent some of the leading I ; able, more sanitary, and will
F candidate for president, and companies of the world and any make your home a more cheerOGd
-1. we believe that if the Democratic report direct to thp general manager business entrusted to me will receive ful place to live in. Let us show
the Baltimore & Onio ha appointeda prompt andcaref attention I a- y you how easy and economical
I' party would take such action instead Alabastine is, and how the dif
committee to deiome plan to ferent tints and stenciled designs
of trying to select a man that can
provide for a more rapid movementof can be combined to produce
l carry New York, which invites bitter freight: cars belonging to "for- BOBBINS : "exactly" the effect

discord in the factions in that state, eign" lines being handled bv that 1 \ you want.
( Portfolio of AUbcsllae
t the party would stand a first rate company. The committee will report GRAHAM I I Prize: DtsiiotU

chance of winning in the next elec- direct to the general manager. co.. I I DOW ready for TOUT taspectlon.R .

tion. The appointment of this committee
(Incorporated Paid np Capital ?25.000.('('.
i is one of the results of the annual
A Good Result This company owns landsin
meeting of operating officials of the
4 1 Under the operation of the new entire Baltimore & Ohio Astern held tn',on the :-t. Lncie River, i ___ _
pure food laws, baking powders now a few days ago at Deer Park, Md. at'New River, and on Bis-

generally bear on the labels a statement L. G. Hess, assistant general man- cavne Dav.

j t' of the ingredients. This is of ager,in explaining the delays in the ; I'KICES TO M'lT THE TIMES r Play Ball II I

s l utmost importance because of the handling of freight and in outliningthe Send for land list. I

harmful ingredients used in many work of the committee said: OFFICE AT "

'! i cases. "The average mile per car per dayis TITCSV1LLE \:om MHMI .-
Royal Baking Powder is known to the most important factor,and the -- -

be the only baking powder made of:I direct measure of what we get out of EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG. I A Complete Line of

royal grape cream of tartar, and this our cars. .I think we can estimate

i' no doubt sale here.explains itt greatly increased that a car moves 10 miles an hour, F.DUREN,Agent, I SP.A.UI..I>IN"'G'S:

\ Careful housekeepers are taking and in view of the fact that cars are BASE BALL

I advantage of the protection which making a little over thirty miles a :- Florida and GOODS
I the laws afford, and are examiningall day, that is equal to about three
the reading matter on the back of hours moving and twenty-one idle I \ WesternMeats : Carried by
., the for use label in before the home.adopting any brand each day. The obvious thing to ( :: The H. & W. B. DREW CO.

When in place of the words cream do is to reduce the time a car is

l t of tartar the words "alum" "alumi- standing still, and by concentratingour I Distributors for Florida

num" or "phosphate of lime" ap efforts in that line results will be of all Kinds !
# : pear among ingredients, accomplished. We have heard a FLORIDA
; R heed the warning and avoid baking
-; '" powders containing substitutes. great deal about increasing the peed TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA Send for catalogue and samples for uniforms


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fMlLAS BANK CLOSED Brevard County School Board From Fertile Florida z

, ; Rochester Gas Engines
'"t --to "1t rt> The board of public instructionmet The San Mateo Fruit Co. shippedthe 't

iIoir tkt_::1ut'IUl Be. Monday, July 1st, with full last of its grapefruit week before i *: I ILVO lt ltIEW

1 board present. last. :_ DESIGH 1"i :
.l Abk to Resume Soon 't.*' t-t
"" .. *' The minutes of the last ,meeting Cantaloupes are being peddled on .

. .letFriday word was received were read and approved. the streets of Gainesville at 1 cent I TwoCycleThreePort f ,

; ?- -.S that'. =.theFor\:..Dallas National Treasurer's report for June was apiece. t. .

.:- 'of Miami' had been dosed'the.rVfiefore :found correct and redeemed war- Not enough watermelons were ,; t.,

c1 ) by order of the U. S. :rants cancelled and filed. raised at Fruitville this season to sup- .t' tOne tIs 4
to Four ::
r/eoBiptroller" 'of currency, and thatU&nk The tax collector'presented list of ply the home trade,let alone shipping Cylinders tt.

cf4 f Examiner J. K. McDonald wasinfcharge :poll taxes collected for the year 1906 any.Some 21-2 to ) ..

i, :'. as temporary receiver. .during the month of June, 1907, of the orange groves in and

'': : ''R"Nothing definite has as yet been giv- amounting to $8.00, same was received arounds Leesburg in heavy bloom 100 H. P. I :

T _eri out, as to the cause for the suspension and filed.ITEMIZED. \ and the same report comes from other ,' i
Cut of our new design, 2 cycle 3-port, double cylinder .
but it is..supposed that the EXPENDITURES. sections of the state. Made up one to four cylinders, 2} to 100 H. P. 'f j

:f 2 bank's finances were in such condit- County school fund. West Palm Beach growers say that 5 h. p. 2-cylinders, weight 125 pounds, price complete ; j .

-,,- ion that the government had to take H.E.Wakefield janitor No. 16 May 6.00 while their pineapple crop has been with reverse clutch, propellor and shaft $185 00 ;'t"

< Wm.Hindle tank No. 29_:..____ '7.65 Ir c7
! }'h......;.. charge.. John B. very short this season their returns 16 h. p. 4-cylinder, weight 395 pounds, price complete ', 1 1

Z :: LMr, W.. M. Brown, president of .B.Arnold Walker,per salary diem 8upt.lorJune and'mileage. 75.00E. 17.20 have been considerably better than with reverse clutch, propellor and shaft 500.00 1

[i the bank, arrived in Miami Saturday A.J.Carter, per diem and mileage._ 9.80 usual.J. Record of "Baby Bullet" with a Rochester 1

night accompanied 'by several state G. S.Singleton per diem and mileage 12.20 D. McDuffy, of Ocala, has already :.}
' Eau Gallic to Palm Beach, time 8} hoars. Entered ten races more than 100 miles,mak- I .
: bankers in the hope that the situation John Henry,com.as co treas..______ 221.19 shipped 30 cars of cantaloupesand ing every lap with a variation of less than 30 seconds. Palm Beach to Ban Gallic, 120 miles, ..

. might be relieved and the bank Cocoa & Bocks. News,pub.fi nan. stat. 2,00 is busy working on watermelons.He 834 hoars. All this running without hitch. Write me for catalogue and prices. i ;
E.B.Wager,printing call for bids__ 3.00
be allowed ,to receiving fine prices G. F. PADDXSON f
resume operations, Wm.Stones assist teachers' exam..__ 8.00 reports very

;4, but no statement to this effector towards Ella C. Singleton grading committee 8.10 for his melons. Eau G- tllle. : : Florida )I,
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: reorganizing has, so far been Francis C. Arnold, 10.60 ,
The pineapple snipping season on *
Inga O. Helseth, 12.80 1
issued. Brevard Co. State, bank,'int._______ 18.94 the east coast is nearly over. Duringthe breaks the ; families would live .Weekly Weather Report. iB.

The suspension did not cause a run L 8. Wilson isolated pupils______ 60.00J. heaviest part of the season ship- together for months- and the men JCPITEB FLA., July 9. 1907.

.I k on the other two banks as anticipated R. Boose u _____a___ 20.00 ments averaged 40 and 50 cars a day. carried their rifles continually, but and Comparative rainfall for statement the week of ending temperatures Tuesday. : )

s :and Saturday afternoon a ohn Henry, making S. H.Spec.____ 4.00 The crop this year has been very no invasion was ever made on their 1907 1906.

.t S change:::was made in the managementof John Henry;typewrtg.m'n. for pub. short.: premises. The old lady's pathway DATE. WAX. NIN. UX. KIN i
and drawing ctf. and affidavit.__ 2.75 July.. 3. sa 75 88 74
the Bank of Bay Biscayne, when Special tax school Disk No.1. Walter Hawkins states that this through life has not been strewn .. 4. 83 17' 89 74 -
'Mr. Jos. McDonald I \ 5. 89 74 Si 73 -
A. was elected a ...._____ 'from with ..
Lb John Henry com.as treas. 11.35 season there has been shipped roses. I .. 6. 86 13 84 72 i
:' member of the directorate as well as E. W.Hall, com.as tax col-..______ 14.41 I the east coast to England 8,000 cratesof .. 7. 86 13 86 17' .!
I 8. 88 76 86 17'
F -: vice president and general manager Special Fund"C"Chap.5383 Laws pineapples. This is considerablymore Take the Postmaster's Word for It .. 9. 87 73 85 74 1

of'' that institution. Monday Mr. Agnes Hatter teacher No. 11, May__ 17.:>0 than last year, although the Mr. F. M. Hamilton, postmaster at Total rainfall for the week .42 inches. 1
Departure rainfall for the week minus .86
Brown tendeted his resignation as crop was not nearly as large. Cherry vale, Ind., keeps also a stock of inches.

president of the Bank of Bay Bis- Total issue 'MU9 The strawberry industry has beena general merchandise and patent medi 9.54 Departure inches. rainfall since Jan. 1st minus

and Mr. McDonald was elected FINANCIAL SUMMARY. cines. He says- "Chamberlain's, Colic,
.cayne paying one for the growers at H. P.HAKDIN, -I t
:; to fill that position. Warrants. outstanding last report. I 4,4.50.56' Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is standard Official in Charge.
4 Issued tbis meeting____ 542.49 Starke this season. An evidence of
here in its line. It never fails to give
Mr. Brown's of -
1t letter resignation this is the fact that one bank at afford How'ThJ.?
4,993.05 satisfaction and could
we hardly
.as president of the Bank of Bay Biscayne Warrants paid in June ________ 4,441.7 Starke has cashed checks remittedfor be without it." For sale by Red Cross We offer One hundred Dollars Reward for
reads as follows.To any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by ;
Warrants now outstanding.__ 55128 strawberries to the amount of Pharmacy and Banner Drag Store. Hi U'&Cata'rh Cure.

the Board of Directors Bank of Bay Bis Total cash on hand__________ 1.988.63 nearly $350,000.George F.J. CHENEY & CO, Props.,Toledo, O. '
We, the undersigned. have known F. J.
cayne.I Surplus in funds____. _______. 1,437.3. Close, of Ocala, shipped a Robbed Boynton Postoffice. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him a
hereby tender my resignation as perfectly honorable in all business transac-
Bid of P. J. Hall for building ad- car recently containing 604 melons (Miami Metropolis.)
tions and financially able to carry out any obligations -
and director !
president of the Bank
which 50 each. He made their
dition to school building No. 6 and averaged pounds by firm.
of Bay Biscayne and request that the Wednesday afternoon two small colored WEST&TBCAX,Wholesale Druggists Toledo,
track for his
for school building No. 101$1,450.00 is getting $175 a car on boys Alfred and Tom Jones, aged WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale ;
same be accepted at once. melons, while ordinary melons are Druggists,Toledo, O.Hall's ./ +
and accepted'and
' To this decision I am prompted by $410.00 was : con- about ten and twelve years, respectively Catarrh Cure is taken internally,act
tract awarded. only bringing $100. ing directly the blood and mucous
; robbed the postoffice at Boynton of upon surfaces
p' none other than the best of motives. This has been the most of the system. Price 75c. per bottle.Sold
Petitions from citizens of Mims prosperous the in box '
' ,, $145, putting money a cigar by all druggists. Testimonials free. I '
The calamity which has come to ;
school No. 23, received discussed, season in the history Williston.. and hiding it behind a barn near town.A Hall's Family Pills are the best
the other bank in which I am inter-
protests having been entered, final Shipments have amounted to 78,000 short time !afterwards the money
ested will require every moment of Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer,
baskets of cukes 80 of melons
decision referred until next meeting. cars was missed and these boys suspected.
Greatest Blood Purifier Free
time and fully in the *
my : my energy and 19 of cantaloupes. This Postmaster F. P. Harper busyat <
Petition of patrons, school No. 23, If your blood is impure, thin, diseased,
struggle I to make in the
propose received, discussed and referred to does not include the smaller ship- once and going to North Boynton, hot or full of humors, if you hate blood

hope.of its resuming. Chairman Arnold. ments. A conservative estimate I the colored section of the town, found poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating sores,
' So that 1 could not give much time scrofula, eczema, itching, risings and
of the the boys: they confessing tb.3 crime
the income trucking
The following assignment of teachers puts net bump, soaoby, pimply skin, bone pains, t'
;; if any to the affairs of the Bank of made business at this point at not less than asd telling where the money was. I catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or a

Bay Biscayne,. were it deemed wise, was : Thursday morning Mr. Harper went skin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm t

that, under the circumstances, I School No. 1, La Grange, Miss Ma- $130,000. to Delray, secured warrants and had (B. B. B.) Soon all sores heal, aches
mie Hardee. and pains stop and the blood is made ''
the youthful thieves ,ted.
should do arre: They
so. Shippers File Complaint pure and rich. Druggists or by express! i ti
: It is gratifying to me to learn on School No. 2, Shiloh, Miss Maymie were tried before the justice at that $1 per large bottle. Sample free by writing "
.. Taylor. Complaint was made Tuesday to place and bound over to the circuit Blood Balm fVi. Atlanta Ga R R S
my return that the Bank of cay Biscayne School No. 5,Mims, to be supplied. the interstate commerce commissionat court. ;especially advised; for chronic; deep--
is in good condition and able seated cases, as it cures after all else fails. (
School No.6, Titusville,S. J. Over- Washington by the Florida Fruit In the afternoon the boys claimed
demands it and -
to meet all upon --- --
street, principal; Miss Helen Miller, and Vegetable Shippers' Protective another boy, Willie Phillips, aged OASTOn.XA. +
> to is the elec-
especially pleasing me
1st assistant; Miss Mabel Whitacre, association against the Atlantic Coast about sixteen years, assised them In i Bean Ib ids Kind Yiu Hats Always BoIJ&II2lguture !
tion during absence of Jos. A.
my Line Railroad and others the robbery and got $15 of the
2nd assistant; 3rd to be supplied, company money i 1I4.t.--
McDonald as vice-president. Miss Susie L. Teeter, primary. that rates charged by the defendantlines taken from the postoffice. Mr. Harper cr ,
t In severing my connection with the at once caused his arrest and -
carried j
on citrus fruits and vegetablesfrom
4 School No. 10, Artesia, Miss Ruby
Bank of Bay Biscayne, I need not Owens. Florida to northern and eastern him to Delray for trial. The boys

tell you that I do so with many re- were brought to Miami and confinedin HANDY MOTH PAPERA
School No. 11. Courtenay Miss points are unjust and unreasonablyhigh. I
grets. the county Jail. They will probably -
Ethel Wells. moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed
( The best part of my life has been I be turned over to the United under carpets or in the folds of fur and clothing '
They complain that they are unable fi
School No. 12, Indianola, Miss
devoted to the banking interests of States court authorities. it drives away moths and worry Twelve
' Gertrude Mendel. to fully compete with shipmentsof i sheet in a packet carnage prepaid 10 cents.
S* Miami in which the Bank of Bay Bis- The pineapple growers in the Boynton Six packets 50 cents if druggist doesn't have it.
School No. 15 Point Willette fruits and vegetables from the
City ,
section to I
: are preparing plant 1ClarI.rtillelowa
has been no small factor.I .UKHn Powder Work !Election 846
cayne Forest. West Indies by sea, and they ask the much new land this summer.
hope now that the friends of the ._
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School No. 16, Cocoa, Homer E. commission to fix maximum rates on Tampa's custom receipts for the
bank for its sake as well as my own
their that Wakefield, principal; Miss Ella C. such shipments that shall be fair year ending June =><>, 190 5, were $1- John White & Co
will continue lo.altyand
Singleton, 1st assistant; Miss Inga O. alike to the railroads and to the ship- fi9nQt.62. For the fiscal year ending LOUISVILLE KY.UTICJ. .
3> the Bank of Bay Biscayne may prosper Sunday night June CO, 1907, they
Helseth, 2nd assistant; Miss FrancisC. pers. Eltabti,5rl Mir tyidlti..i.art.e
"t for many :years to come. were $1,722,551.13, showing an Increase prior
Arnold, 3rd assistant; Miss Clem-
Very truly, entine Singleton, 4th assistant; Miss An Old Timer of $H, 31C.S1. l UFiS -f ire
t W I. M. BROWN. A $lUOOOO stock company has been
Stella B. Mims, primary. Mrs. F. H. Botefuhr and family
k' formed, with \V. M. Williams & Co.,
of the Fort Dallas Nat-
The future
School No. 17, Georgiana Mia and her son-in-law. J. Murray fo..iwl/. Zi'w 1
ional Bank will he made known when and a number of business men of Kis
Carter. and family, who have resided at Daytona -
Margaret ._ ,
e inspector McDonald and Mr. Brown simmee for the purpose of eStablish- -- -- -- -

have carefully gone over the affairs School No. 19, Lotus, to be sup- Beach for years, left Mondayfor bug a big sawmill at or near that place. > ton l'l"ILlC.'TICJ

:' of the bank. plied. Osteen to make that place their The compan will hate 20,0'. acres of I 1)'partim-iit Hi ti" bl.'T. I .'
I.an-1 ni. .. it 1,.!::., -,ij:... iJum17th.1 .
School No. 20, Banyan to be sup- future home. Having seen lightof the hest pine timber in Osceofa count :<>7. )

Will Accompany Wellman plied. day in Volu ia county 62 years from which to supply the mill with: Notice is hertl given that Margaret 11Allen

Maj. H. B. Hersey, formerly of School No. 22, Eau Gallie, E. E. ago near where New Smyrna now logs. L \\ wieof. derejMHl the heirs of for C'the 0I1rt heirs(113".
the weather bureau of Titusville, ac- Macey, principal; Miss Georgia Spiller .tandaMrs. Botefuhr has lived her I'ensacola has a fine showing to tiled nut"f her intention to make final

cording to the Chicago Walter RecordHerald Wellman- 1st assistant; Mrs. M. A. Macey, lifetime here, only visiting out of the make in its "E>ar.export busines-s. i i rive HonitsttJil roar prm.f enttl'u.3l ill ,npi..rt 4'L.i...f W'utu'w- rlaim./?,lltb viz: )

will accompany county twice, and has a vivid recollection For the fiscal year ending June :':3Cth 1'Wl. f..r the northeast quarter Section 13,
t in his proposed dash to the north primary. Town.LipwlS..lan.eS'i 1-::. and that Mi.lproof
23 Melbourne of the massacre of a family the figures are $1 .21S,19i, a record '
School No. Claud will mule before Clerk ( in'nit Courtat

pole.When the station at Titusville was McCandless. living at the Dial place, four miles breaker: in the port's history. I..ad I Titii-ville.. n:&.. on July 21th., ,I',!.*. >.7Slie .
: hares< the following\ nitn *s t. prove
a abandoned Major Hersey went to School No. 24, Malabar, Miss Ruth from her home, by the Indians, in Dear's figures which were the highi'stup i hf'fontiuIIIIII'I n-!>id,"n.r 111"'" and 'utivation -
Texas and remained there until the December. 1856. Her father'snamewas to that time were $ISX-.!.9;;1. The I <.f( the said laud! viKiiw.ml: \\Hialcy,
outbreak of the SpanishAmericanwar. Farley. exports for the month of June werf .(no. H :0 cams ii B. I..al.h. and K J. La-
Carpenter, and their only neighbors I.dw. all of(Ortirtenav "Fit
Then he cast in his lot with School No. 25. Valkaria llissIay 11,177,50.-;. IIEXI *. I1I BB f"i .-ter
the rough riders under Colonel Wood Cunway. for years were a Mr. Sheldon

and Lieut. Col.! Roosevelt, serving School No. 27, Micco, to be sup and family. During the Indian out- TITUSVILLE LIVEB.Y- STABLE--

with the regiment through the war. -

After the war, as so many rough plied. OTICE
Feed and Sale Stables
riders have been, Major Hersey was Colored schools- Notice is hereby given that the tax: as s-.r

; remembered by President Roosevelt, School No. 101, Titusville, S. F. will meet with the hoard of rwunty cooimiasiytiersof -
Bre\ard Honda at the
,; and was made an executive officer Hadley, principal; assistant to be sup- clerk's office at 1 itns\county ille. Florida on the.th SADDLE HORSES
and inspector in the government ser- day of August 1J*>7, for the purpose of hearing
vice. His study along certain lines plied. complaintand reeriving; testimony. to BUGGIES
t has especially equipped him fort duty School No. 102,Cocoa,J. W. Roper, the value of any property real or personal as
I fixed toy the county assessor of taxes for the SURREYSand
as a scientific observer. principal; Sadie J. Hogan, assistant. year 131;and of perfuting.: reviewing and
Major Hersey made his first fame School No. 103, Melbourne, A. R. equalizing the assessment rolls for said year. and TURNOUTS -
of the party Comr's t T. J. CocK-Hrrr.
as an aeronaut as one County : } t- of all kinds
made the record-breaking flight Smith. Seal I Chairman pro tern of Hoard :
that -
;r in an American balloon across the Schools Nos. 104, Mims; 105; Clif- Attest of County Brevard Commisssoners('o- Florida. Hauling, Etc.

English channel. The balloon of ton; 107, Georgiana; 108, Eau Gallic; A. A. STEWART -- -

4 which he was in charge,captured the 109, Merritt, are to be supplied. Clerk Board Circuit of County Court Commissioners.and Clerk of J. M. OSBAN, TitnsTllIe, Florida

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It fOIl bam't reenUr,b"nby inoT m Bt of the ,;
poweleeverrday.7ea'reillorwtnbe. Keep
your .
} Ifcaris Being Done Towards the Djelopment rowels open,end be well.- Forte 111 the !of .
c violent physic or pill ./otaon,I.ilangeronc. n.
emootaest&,easiest,most perfect way of keeping '
of tie Peninsula &abovU Clear and clean U to take
-! Torrential rains have fallen In all Typewriters ,

parts of Dade county this week. 1 ;

3 b 1 A flow of natural gas has been discovered ,

'within the limits of the city
?? of GalnesTille.

a The new section of West Gainesville Agents for the CelebratedFAYSHOLES'

where' is located the University of .
< Florida, is being rapidly developed. On Flemnt, PsliUble, Potent, Tute Good Do .
Good. Never 8i,ten We kem or Gripe;10.ZS and
July 2, 3, and 5 a great auction of all 10 eenta per box. Write for tree sample and book
/ the University Ie'OB health. Address 43ttrOm
the lotS fronting on .
$ Keaedy Company, Chicago or New York.
i property was held. KEEP YOUR ILOOD
$ -' Prof. E. T. Wetter, who was tried GLEAM \

\ at Gainesville, charged with assault
Charles R. Walker has been appointed -
g : and battery in that he, as principal of postmaster at Sanford. Typewriter / s

'c -, the Bronson High School chastisedand i .
The merchants of Miami have adopted ,
whipped Ivan Stringer: a pupil
the half-holiday. ,
& = aged fifteen, was found not guilty. Thursday --

It was reported in Miami that the The orange growers of the West .

=a Vc British steamship Freita, ashore last Coast have organized for the advance- 1,000 now used in Florida .
their interests it is
ment of and
week off that city, but which finally

'. managed to back off the reef, had runa' to include all the growers in
Florida In the membership. The organization -
aground again off Plater Key. An In- I *"'
=' truth will be incorporated with a : .
vestigation showed there was no
capital of $10,000. II *
: ; .' In the report.

t The Palm Beach News of last Fri- Thomas E. Morgan, former ticket
for the Seaboard Air Line railroad
agent -
bays says that W. B. Covar had been

bitten by a shark the Sunday before, at Tallahassee, was arrested In

'. 'while.bathing in the surf. The shark Brunswick, Wednesday afternoonand
waiving the formality of requisition -
which was a small one, grabbed Captain -
.. left for Flor-
.J Covar's left arm and held on till t.SecondHand
; Ida. He is in warrant issued -
charged a
.: : raised from the water and shaken
at the instance of the American
: '3 loose. The only injury was the laceration

f&. of the flesh, one across the hand Surety Company of New York, which

ISon, his bond, with having embezzled ... -- .. .. ,. . .
and the other about six inches up the
"7' 105000. It is alleged that his -
.- '." \ ,, arm, showing the width of.the shark'sjaws. speculations
extend back over a period of
i'i. ;/. ,i .
.' three months, during which time he TypewritersALL
Wednesday the circuit court was
covered up his deficit by falsifying his
trying a damage suit against the G.
accounts in a very clever manner.
& G. railroad. So far as we aware
'. However[ recent'. examination of his MAKES ALL PRICES
y this is the first suit that has been ;_
books bYJ. A. Gwinn, a traveling audItor ,
brought against this company in thi' -
developed the shortage, but Moran -
courts of this county. The suit Is Terms to Suit
departed from Tallahassee before
\ brought by Mr. John B. Peck It
.if.. ? the auditor could complete his investi-
'seems:; that Mr. Peck was injured while
TypeWriterRepairiflgaSeeialt ,
_ gation. Comptroller Roby then placed -
In the station at Fairfield by a door
the matter in the hands of the surety -
falling on him. He wants $16,000i
i company, culminating in the arrest .
for the injuries he sustained.-Gaines- --r- I
Qf the accused as already Indicated. -
; Jlle Sun.'
lorgan was given a preliminary examination :

,. Shipments of cigars from Tampa before B. A. Meginniss. RIBBON'S

continue light, ,compared to -past records county judge In Tallahassee and ,

ta although a good increase !s maintained bound over to the circuit court. We guarantee our Ribbons to be Non-Filling and J 1

) over. the figures of last year.

'....'... The following are the latest figures: Beat Medicine in the World for Colic Durable
Shipments for the week ending June and Diarrhoea"I

.. 22 were 5,070,000. Previously reported find Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera 75 cents each, or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach-

:, : t shipments for the present year were and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the best

r '... '" 129,155,000. Total shipments, January remedy in the world," says Mr. C. L ine. Any color.
of Skirum Ala. "lam
Carter subject to
.1. 1 to June 22, were 134,225,000. colic and diarhoea. Last spring seemed

t i; .... ';. '. Total shipments for the corresponding as though I would die, and I would if I
period of last hadn't taken Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera -
year were 123,055,00.
and Diarrhoea Remedy, and this CARBON PAPER
tl : The increase in shipments for this morning I feel like a new man." For

; year up to June 22, was 11,170,000. ale by Red Cross Pharmacy and Banner t

-$ .; Mort Bunting is the latest of our Drug tore. Our Carbon Paper is the Best. $1.65 to $4.00 per

r citizens to come forward with a useful Commissioners Appointed. box, 100 sheets to the box. ,-
-; invention. His idea has taken the form
_ Gov. Broward has named the
.: of a churn which is operated by at- Can furnish size color.
of the commission created by; the any any
taching it to the fly wheel of any sort y
': last legislature to examine and adult
:; of sewing machine. The churn prop- ,
r -i. claims against the State of Florida -
(/ er consists of a quart fruit Jar which

k iu turn is placed in a holder and the for enrolled services forage, subsistence .

I entire arrangement slipped over they and transportation furnished tc R. C. DAVIS & CO.
the State during the Seminoh Indian
fly wheel of the machine. Then the
i' wars of 1S19, 1S33: : 1856 and 1857, as
good lady of the house gets out her
follows: lions. J. H. Harwell Bagdad;
sewing and proceeds to run it through
Charles E. Davis Madison; J. W.
y the machine and at the same time t
Knight, Floral City. Jacksonville Fla.
makes the butter come.-Madison
; As members of the commission 10: ,
New Enterprise.
\ erect a suitable monument on the battlefield
: s The. Administration Committee of
of Chickamaugua, in memory
Stetson University has decked
r finally of the soldiers of Florida who took

t 1.il' ,, on a location for the $40,000 Carnegie part in that battle: Hon. Samuel Pas- t t '"" .. l'l A ..
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library building to be erected this
co. Mouticello; Hon. E. M. Law, Bar-

I I Il L .f year. It will be located on the Eliza. tow. Hon. T'ltTacUi Broward' itrrnsratv1Station ..".... n:1 ",c. "-I ..:C =-..."" .......:;. -.L----:7-7-: :......="" I::!:;;.: j;;;;.";.;;;.:. ='- ....,."" ..... _..._ _._
beth Hall lot, little
a east and south
lion. John C.
; L'Ensit, Jack-
k of the Auditorium will
wing. and be of
.scnville and Hon. Fred I. Robertson
} red brick manufactured by the Bon Tallahassee.

I Sandstone Brick Co.1s sooa as tIle As members of a commission to

:, preliminary details are complete consider and ascertain the appropriate OF SEA
actual work on the library will beg. QUEEN ROUTES
1 I'P ; kind of. statute to be erected in I
The building is of beautiful architecture I
I honor of Edmund Kirby Smith and to nH8MBEltfS
; and will be a decided ornament
ascertain the cost of same: Hoc. F. P.

} .'. not only to the John B. Stetson University Fleming Jacksonville: Hon. E. M, .<$ /:<>

; Land Record.but to DeLand as well.-De- Law, Bartow and Gen. David Lang, t 1.t'. ) co (./) Merchants & Miners Steamship Lines

k t I Bad Burn Quickly Healed ConstipationFor DI RRUlEl\: \ -BETWEEN-
constipation there i is nothing quit
L P "I am so delighted with what Chan ** nice as Chamberlain's Stomach and) _._ -- -"-' ==
r :! berlain's Salve hay done for me that I Liver Tablets. They always produce a ,!, R : ;y SAVANNAH BALTIMORE &

I f fsel 1 bound to write and tell you "0 o," says; ] pleasant movement of the bowels without .{:;' E'... D',,,, )..... PHILADELPHIA.
1 Irs.. Robert Mytfnn, 4")John St., Hamilton any disazreeahle effect. .Price 2-3 rents.Tituvilie .

Ontario. ")Iy little daughter hada Pharmacy and Banner Drug A few doses' of this remedy will invariably -
bad hum on her knee I applied Cham Store. cure an ordinary attack of Direct Connections for
I berlain's Salve and it healed I>eautifnly. --- diarrhoea.It .
." Tins salve allay the pain of a burn For Over Sixty Years can always be depended New
npon. Washington York
a almost instantly. It is for sale b) Titn Mrs. Winslows' Soothing: Syrup has even in the more severe attacks of \ and Boston.
I .i' yule Pharmacy and Banrer Drug/ :Store.:; been used for over sixty years by million cramp colic and cholera inorbns.!
of mothers for their children while> teething -
It is equally successful for summer'
with perfect success. It soothes the
diarrhoea and cholera inf.intnm in
child, softens the gum, allays all pain children and is the means of saving; Throu di tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations .
; CASTOR cures wind colic, and is the best remedy
.. the lives of many children each year. 1 L
for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor When reduced and cuisine
;j For Infants and Children.; lit with water and LI unsurpassed.
sufferer immediately. Sold by drug- sweetened it is pleasant to take. I SEND FOR BOOKLET.
4 i : The Kind You Hare Always Bought this in every part of the world. Twenty Every man cf a family should keep I
five cents a bottle. Be awe and ask for this remedy in his home. Buy it now.

;, Bears theSignature "Mrs. Wjnslop'a Soothing! Syrup,"Sn< PRICE, 25c. LARGE SIZE, 5oc. H. C. VERY, Com11 Agent, Jacksonville.
flke take no other kinfl. Guaranteed under

iGn the food and dross act, June 30th, IflOG J. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. & T.M., w. p. TURKEB P. 1'. ]H 1 :

Serial number 1098. GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, IIID.L.r '

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y FRIDAY, JULY 12,, 1907 THE FLORIDA STAR ,7 .i.iJ'

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.-fit: *Th Baptist College. A Unique Action.

.,1t' T'::I,eata'City C1 'n-Reponer.) Before I
Judge James W. Locke, in I INDUSTRIALThe I .tt
il li
.' j&f now practically established the United States district court in admiralty
:} \Jjiet*that the -State Baptist Conven-
: : an entirely new action has -
:: :fJes,iriZl found a coeducational school Garbage Drivers Relent. t
begun the Times-Union.
._"i .1 hit!ia'dt-. to open Its doors for the says After a six days' strike had demon-
The Florida East Coast Railway Co., strated to the great city of New York

., : /matriculation* of students In October. has filed petition, through its counsel, its dependence upon the humble driv CASTORIA l. I IFor
<; t* That the tentative agreement en- to restrain plaintiffs from prosecuting ers of garbage wagons in the employof :

: tered Into last week will be ratified cases in the State's courts for dam the street cleaning department with

-- :: toy the State convention, is a foregone ages growing out of Injuries and losses the health of the people threatened by 9 oo DROPSAVfeeelablePrcparationTor
: the disgusting accumulations of refuse Infants and Children. It .
.conclusion. So the establishment j;
suffered as a result of the sinking and 11,71
there In the streets of the congested eastside 111 r
of what Is soon destined to become -
of =
4 wrecking the steamboat St. Luc! ,
soft words from, the and
; one of the greatest educational In the hurricane that swept over the the tacit understanding that mayor he would -= = = = The Kind You Have f L'

institutions of the South is now we '
Florida Keys about the middle of October hear their grievances brought these
_r may say a certainty.The last. important ,,'orkers.agaln into harness. '

gift Lake City'has mad to the The injunction and monition prayedfor Their leaders decided to end the strikeon Always Bought t:". I ::

_T )I. State Baptist Convention is a princelyone was granted, and the outcome of the advice of the state departmentof Assimilating ,

and we believe that it is appreciated this case similar to others that have labor and the board of mediationand tbeToodandRe uladu6 1fI f

% by the Baptists throughout the been tried in other districts, but en- British arbitration.Steel Rail Combine. tte Stomachs andBowcis of Bears theSignature ,1.

State, and that they will all work zealously tirely new to Florida, will be watched f ". :
The principal English Welsh and IMAMS CHILDKLN
for the success of the school. with interest by attorneys and by ship '
Scotch steel rails are re-
The Baptist ministers of the State, owners ship officers and sailors generally ported to have entered into an agree- 1.e 1.

'and and there Is one in every hamlet ment with competitors In other lands Promotes tion.Clftrru1- f

town and city, will, we are confident The petition is brought under whatIs so as to virtually control the entire nessand est.Containsneithcr Of i, .<.

do their part in advertising the col- commonly known as the Harter act world's markets. The United King OpnimMorphffle: nor Mineral. ; '. :
dom and the British colonies NOT NARC OTIC. 1-:
are reserved -
enacted into law about 1885, but since j
for the-British makers mak- -5- .
/ by :
P The university plant here is acknowledged that time amended several times. The
ing the minimum price higher than 1
to be all who have last lJIItti.a'tulTSWlUPmIlDl \
amendment to the law war made that of South America which is reserved -

seen it and know conditions throughout about 1893. for he United States, while the J.r1-. "" r

the State, the finest they have I This act was passed to protect snip rest of the European market will go O Ax..I_ 1

seen in Florida. The grounds are I owners from excessive damages growing to the German, French: and Belgian 1 In t :

beautiful and well located. The principal out of claims presented by persons makers. T J ;
'buildings, eight in number, are injured In vessels wrecked by acts of Id- ) \ !
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*. all substantially constructed, 2nd several God and from losses in nowise oc- I MISCELLANEOUS I U.J I J

of them are marvels of architec- casioned by negligence of the ship A perfect Remedy forConslpationSourStomachDiarrhoea .' ''',

tural beauty. owners or their agents and employes, Medals Awarded to Heroes. ,

t In addition to the Baptist college, through failure to have fully equipped' President Roosevelt has awarded a '.Cormdsions.Feverish- For OverThirty ,

; Lake City will offer students unrivaled the vessel or carelessness in sendingout railroad life saving medal to Charles! oessandLoSSOFSLEEE
public school advantages. We a vessel not wholly seaworthyand Arms of Clarksvllle, Tenn.. for saving facsimile Signature of

are now constructing a magnificent safe as could be made.It the lives of two mail clerks and a bag i r

public school building, soon to be corns will be readily seen that multiplicity gageman in a wreck on the Louisvilleand Y.earsCASTO : ;
Nashville railroad last September, NEW YOHK.
pleted, which will cost In round numbers of suits might accumulate from an
when a train ran through an open drawof
's 20000. Our public school Is one accident over which the owners had no a bridge over the Cumberland river. M1ijULEXACT

of the few in the State which comes control and could- in,_ no__ way- _" _have_..- nrA,n While the cars were being swept down J5

up to the standard of a high school, vented, and the general effect of the I the swift current of the river Arms RIA

" under the law. This school will furnish Harter act Is to limit the liability of Jumped up from his sick bed, where be I t

:r excellent preparatory training for the owners to the value of the vessel, had been confined with malarial fever, COPYO1WRAPPCL j -

; students who may wish to enter the after the wreck. and. without fully clothing himself, ran ""' THe CIRA.a COMPANY "ew was em.
z to the ferry landing and put out in a R
college but are not sufficiently advanced.
, f small skiff, offering $10 in vain for any
'S Wise Counsel From the South"I person who would go with him. He I ja
In addition to the excellent educational I
want to give some valuable adviceto finally reached the cars and succeeded
advantages Lake City will be those who suffer with lame back and In taking off the -injured mail clerks

in a position to offer, we have a city kidney trouble," says J. R. Blankenship, and baggageman. The railroad htsI I -- -- --- 14
s populated by good, moral people. We of Beck, Tenn. "I have proved to an already made Arms a present of $100.
absolute certainty that Electric Bitters and the
{ postofflce department applied
; have no saloons to tempt the young will positively cure this VICTORiiic"'ic'
distressing con- l6o3
for a medal under the act of pro-
into evil paths. dition. The first bottle
gave me great relief
for the of medals for
riding awarding
We have here all the modern advantages and after taking a few more bottles I \
life railroads.On Talking Machines and
saving on \ Supplies
was completely cured, so completely thatit : ,
and Improvements of a city.
becomes the same day the president
a pleasure to recommend this
w Our principal streets are paved ,with great remedy. Sold under gaurantee at warded a medal of honor to Edgar E. tY Records sold by the 4

vitrified brick and rock we have an Titusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug George of Parsons.' Pa. for saving the .

excellent sewerage system, and an Store. Price 50cWreck life of a Polish boy hoe foot had become INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
fastened in a frog on the Dela- ; t: : -
electric light and water plant unexcelled i.
on the A. C. L. ware and Hudson track. An express'
by any In the State. The city'swater I4IF
; A diSPatc'h train was approaching when George TIIDSVILLE FLORIDA
s special to the Times-Un- fT
which is and wholesome -
supply, pure
ran to aid of the screaming lad.
Is;drawn from a deep artesian ion sa'sAt : After making: one or two unsuccessful
; about three miles Southof
well a point attempts to release' the foot, and the

Lake City Is everywhere acknowledged Waldo, at 12 o'clock Tuesday night, train being then upon them, George
,j x to be one of the healthiest towns i the passenger train which left Jacksonville bent the boy's body down outside the

in- the State. We have very little at 9 o'clock Tuesday night rail forcing the imprisoned leg under Florida East Coast RailwayLocal

sickness here. for Tampa, was derailed, and the be engine cylinders and car steps;,

t 4,: So there is no reason why ..ake City track, for a distance of about 300 passed.which' scraped Beyond their a badly bodies strained as the train foot Tine Card No. 7J. In )Effect April >, 1901. t

x should not become a great educational yards, was torn up. the leg: of the boy was uninjured and SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.

center, and the outlook seems most The train was running at a pretty it seemed almost a miracle that both '

I propitious for the building up at this lively clip, when, all of a sudden, there of them were not killed.F. 00 :So.Daily 33 No.2&Daily( STATIONS i INo.78 Daily:1 I No.2R Dally ........

I place of a great Baptist University. anje a jerk, a bang and crash, and B. Thurber Dead. 00 C'1 6 Olt';' 9 a a+t Lv....__... .(' ......__. 7 25rMi I t/ :,tev1 1 ."..J
passengers were thrown about in the Francis B. Thurber the well known N a 05s a :NII. ..... Fouth Ja''ksont ilie..Lv 71.w, IS 4A11i! )
-V" 1 saw 11IOI! : ............:-L AI. lIstlDe...__..._ 61 rtlt '1lOAM
a= Good Roads for the Farmers. cars. New York business man and lawyer 1 spw; 11 lb a. .. ..-............ Jla-unJs.: .._ ..... S 2"iPll 6 45Aa,, eneo t'4d ra
The train lied July 4 at the of sixtyfivejears. Ova } v;''''' L\J/t'C.. latka..LT b 1:1I1 6 2 a i > '
=k (Live Oak Democrat.) was pretty well fi'Jed, end are: = :: 0
s at4 12011'- .\r...__._ 1'8' 't ___ 4 4Ft) 0 tOOAIII
This good roads crusade in Florida many passengers were asleep in the eo= In ..!_4'w' Il it'a' 1.\-...._... .... I'aatta..__._.._.L\1 5 aev! 6 ''Alli ::42Y Z
two Pullmans. When the crash ca'ce New Automobile Records. b J Z''Mr....__..._San \atf'O.L\1 3 stow, 6 iOAwt, e
{ is not in the interest of the automobiles 0\ M :; :;tv, I_'L5II IIII.T:-=....saw ===: 9 2tw: 7 4.5A r: I""J
or the buggy riders or the picnic they were hurled from their berths Xazzaro. the Italian champion motor- -9 t ii-1I 1235 Ls..._..J:inrcI1----.,_.Lr 4::Ave :,::?Avi N 1
Nt. won the Grand Prix in Trance N rn .. .... __., ....
and their clothing was scattered about race 9114: 12 10.4. ... _HnrooDt. .. 4 ltiP11j 5 :':V ."
't parties, but is primarily and chiefly for driving: his Fiat -4 9I'PV 1 i3-v" "rmonol_ 3 asvi 1 4 57AV! I""J J
5 from one end of the car to the other. rn.- i0( 0.vs 12e't' _.___ Dactona__ 3 45% 4 rArlN !
t' the farmers and others wno fcateheavy the rate of seventy and one-half miles eo= 1oisv) lna; \ .. _._i'ortttrance.___ 337vl, 43AV, '"j1i
loads to haul in their business Getting to their feet the passengers an hour the total distance lieln477 .- 10 :nl 2 tkal \r..._........N'.W' :-mYrI'-.J.v 3 1.e4 J.:.." Q """"
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r in the realized that the cars were half turn miles, thus breaking all records. t=... f-4 10 :Zh"I- :4.II.\I.. ,; .. ... l..lh'IIt'I'nLv'., lY 6.-s:; .... r
whom the difference
and to $. 10 .:'A'II -I ::+.1 ._._t tranze City ...__.._ I. i'tv' t: Vv ."
quality of the roads is a plain matterof ed over, and by climbing ever the A few days I-rfore this S. 1" I-:dt>. at L..4.. 10 4'.v _-I 4'n _".i.:_orange .1tYJUTlI't.-=.,:: U a F\I _6.I' JI ..lr >
berths they managed to get to the Wetbridse. England, made the recordlnvakins -4 1ft ,I-.=--I 2 1 I'rrv .\__.._\cn; rr rna.-... .\r 3 I :.ar. : -110!'ur 0 ,.....
dollars and cents which they haveeither o I 11 i2. 1 j 2wl; : .' __......".IL IHl..__.. I.vi 2 :,;P1IIfJrJI; :: 1d "
door of the cars where they learn id, I run of twenty-four consecu- I II ''w'21: \r.._ _TlII"ytlr J.\'I 1 !"i2 Gs, -""
lost. In the recent = ::= :: :
saved or i tin hours with the average speed of ; i 11 t'_,' r ,,G,,.,''Ar, :.____.:'atf.mi iv ll:-"'''' 6.. f"'tOm -. r '
Good Roads convention in Pensacol to their great surprise that not a soul ixty-five miles an hour. $ 6 +v .,11 :::,v Lt-.. _._.._..saui'rl __.___..:,\ 5 to-c .!.I-I' ',It ::: ... ,
the clear on the entire train had been Injured, t7 I II 3-51: ..._.-Tiir ulie_.... 'tr1 l:,QW w .
Mayor Bliss mall point WoTien's Tennis Championship. rn r 'i 1 L. ;.y: ,, .J.itI'I' .' --.-..c.OCOIi..__... i I.P\, 2 ".".:r Q ,
\ when he said: beyond a scratch or two from fallin;. Miss Evelyn Sear of Boston won 1t_ V I 12 :;:, ..: 3 :.tv! 1! ._ .P..ckioIee. '.1 1 II.. :! 1'1.11 0. ...:
The accident was caused by the I 1 U AM; -I :!: _Ean'alne _._. "' : 4TP: 14.'v" _
s "Many are apt to look on good roadsa the tennis toum.ir'ent at Philadelphia! U .M:) I 1-""w, :rj at : __._ai ct:"sirne__." L' ;tilt i : ;'" rS .
spreading of a rail and the entire tram 1 'v' a iAra "M 'eba3t1'ln_ "t 114r: t.ar _
; ? an expensive matter but if one will for the national rhrimpioiKhip.! : 2 I"'"'r 5 .--1""", --.--- .t. Lurle-_. ...... 1i, .-.y- I.: '
? stop to think he will see that he c:m left the track listing to one side sa Death of Francis Murphy.The O r.- :; ." 61ei"!' __.Fort l"i"T"-__ II) :," :. II ; I Z
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though each would :: .1(1 6 :: Tlbfalb IC 1Nrr II ;'r"v Z
haul three to six times as much on a car toppe overwith famous temperance evangelic '-: C) :; : ;s G-li1'i... DleD,. r._.._ "' 1 t I.r: 11 i., vt .. Cc

.s. good road as he can on a bad one, the slightest jar. I'randsInrlll'. who conducted thereuiarkaMe : A .: :: ; ..r':1.- :.t : 'n-----;::=: : :: I t':'r I. -" :!r .4. C
The crew of the train after being: ) blue ribl>un crusade as a 4 : : : :, .I __floss- -"'t.. 1_._._ 1' r r + 1h
+' and do it at a saving of wear and tear reformed dnnknnl. dial at Los Anpeles. 4 Cl) :,:AIf' 4'Iln .._._..West JItJot'r! _.._ :"'0,. 1'i'....." rJ)
issured that had been .
horseflesh and when no one injureiusied : .. 5 I : s 1 au __WN Palm Cveeb_ 4&v 9 '"' ..1'CJ
on vehicles and themselves in assisting the ) (',11., in the home of hi.< ilawsh- -a ya..., .. 1.:_:::. J:1.a": : Raritan. ......_ : I.I I. :.,.11 :" :. .:. 0 t
:r these things are figured out in dollars pas ter. almost blind anti In his seventysecond .-. _., If :'i .. __...._D-lrt. -_._....oo_" 1nt fi ''" .. -

:'r and cents it means a tremendous increase lhe iengers conductor to places walked of back comfort to Wal.lovhtre while. year = L; : :: 1-':=: :'. : : __= = : : : v : -, g

t in earning capacity: of each, and ; ... ; N t'a .. atr\ ,aCEty_._ t C 44a ; ,_ ,... ,.J
when aggregated it largely overshadows he secured an engine and a car i ; -. ': 1'J a.x .tr._.:}iiawi___ .LvI C ;,_s. 1 'J' V t7it
.n which the passengers were taker rn n .__._ _\:.____.:! i._.._ \r __h_ I. I i
= the cost of making good roads and )aek to Waldo. AN OLD ADAGE __ __,1" :. ._...... Art ....... .non1fO.tt-tt.lu jLv ...... .. .. 12 .. :a e

explains why communities that bull :l'hi- cart: i'C ';U1ICY.at .
The track was repaired Wednesday -
good roads prosper. These meeting SAYS s o.:3: Vo.l" I "'o.lr! I I). 2
these 1:id the train again placed on the A N1 .,-.Uy *".', So.l., 12a 1.. 'o.J" So. .. 'lo.; :ir' ."'I\&.&
get people to thinking about ails and proceeded to its-destination "A light purse is a heavy cur.se"Sickness (". l' things and good results are sure to makes a light purse. 'nly **',r.., : ut'l ODlr

e follow. :' : ,5-&. ?-v.-11""' Vt tlMr 1.\_. Ja<:.", ,\11I4"oo.\r7! ft'A..i-4.::,f-l-IJI- '; I'"w sM aa
Your Liveris The LIVER is the seat of nine ;,',wi ', :.1:. :";)7' ,,>.p* ]0 <*-v\__..S4,. Ju k"'unripe..Ar65'.is'i5551: ::-1( :,:... 83p
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When out of order 1'011)0 to lied in a bad tenths of all disease.Tutt'sPilis. ..- .. ..'. ., ..._.._ .. ., -
The Doctor Away from Home 1 J"!w; ::; : i in 4.-vI.\ \t"' r iK-ach_ Ar6 1 ,7.w 1- : .y1 f*!! 9 3Tvto
Most Needed humor and get 11P with a bad taste in _'Ara,;. n- 6Urr'Av H'jlAr. .:: .V-...| >rt....J..,'. ,w; 4'.N ._ ...... :, (}J ? 821541 4
your month. You want s-oniKhinz to
. 3{; Pfo'ple are often very much disappointed frtimnlatejour liver. Just try Herbine, PCiftSOAE; AND: CCCIH3TAL: : STEA51SPI I? CO S CIIO ;S AT )1UMI.
to find that their family physician is the liver regulator. A jositivecure for

away from home when they most need constipation, dyspepsia! and all liver com Close ConnecUon Made at Miami wilh Steamships! of the P. & 0. S. S. Co patJ..
his services. Diseases like cramp colic plaint Mrs "F-, Ft. Worth, Texas, '
and cholera morbus require prompt treat- write! : "Have used Herbme in my fame KEYVEST AND HAVANA.
ment, and have in many instances proven ily for years. Word can't express whatI go to the root of the whole matter .
fatal before medicine could be procured think about it Everylioly in my thoroughly, quickly safely Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers.
or a physician summoned. The right way house hold are happy and well and we
hand bottle of Chamber- and restore the action of the T&e-o Taste: TaJIcs show the times at which train- may \f fxr: .tied to arrive at and del,art
a void
at Herbine. TitnsvillePharmacy
to" hv
it to
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from he1 '-(: al'tatins,oft their arrival the,a-tt.rt- at'.if mUted is net guaranteednor
; ; lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem- and Banner Drn<:Store. LIVER to normal condition. is;thL Company to be held responsible for air tleiai or aT y curiHrquecces arising iterefroro.

edy.medicine No for physician these can diseases.prescribe By a having better CA f3ORI8egwi Give tone to the system and For Copy of the LOCAL TIME ARD or Other Information

'I it in the house you escape much pain and tin Hate Always Bstfl solid flesh to the body. "SEE THE TICKET "
Buffering and all risk. Buy it now;it may cChn AGENT.
save life. For sale by Titnsville Pharmacy I Sguature d -# Take No Substitute. J. D. RAKNER. As t. Gen'l Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
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?Fs :r:8" THE FLORIDA STAR FRlDA.JULYl.l907' !

'rff .. FSANK LIPP-PracticaIShoemaker. Forty .,Mr. E. R. Provost's place, known as I JAMESPEITCHAKD,President. WINSTON S.BKANNINO.rice-Preaident and Cashier. 'C

_VVI ? k } yean done,nice experience and cheap; all;also kind ladies'of and repairing men' 1 the Allen place. 1 :

r / shoes made to order. Mr. Ringold left Saturday for Baltimore -::l HelpHelp! Indian River State Bank'Authorized /

V Md. He will be greatly

LATEST COUNTY missed by his many friends. -

Fm FallingThus DEPOSITORY \
All the World
: NEWS NOTES Authorized Capital, $100,000; Paid-op Capital, $25,000; Average Deposits, $200,000. -<
knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment has V
no superior for rheumatism, stiff joints, TRANSACTS A 1
-. Little.Happ nlng$ That Help to Hake cuts, sprains, lumbago and all pains. cried the hair. And a :
Buy it, try it and you will always use it. kind neighbor came to the res- GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS '\'i'
zV Up.the Weekly newspaper Any body who has used Ballard's Snow
r \, Liniment is a living proof of what it does. cue with a'bottle of Ayer'sHair
V All we ask of you is to get a trial bottle. Vigor. The hair was
COCOA Price 25c.,50c.and$1.00. Sold by Titus- LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER

ti Mr. C. Shroeder, of Eldred, came ville Pharmacy.and Banner Drag Store.* saved! This was because Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated.
Ayer's Hair Vigor is a regular Prompt service, polite treatment and every favor consistentwith
r V ,up on a visit to his family and the GEORGIANAMr. i hair is conservative banking granted
hair medicine. Falling .
new son, who is a recent arrival.
Copeland, of Artesia, moved caused by a germ, and this CORRESPONDENTS: ;
Mrs. J. M. Packard has been ill his family into the parsonage this medicine completely destroys Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, New York City;The Atlantic National Bank {
this past week.R. of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida
week. He will clerk in Mr. Pro- these Then the healthy
L. Dixon is building a new picket germs.
fence along the front of his grove. vost's store. scalp gives rich, healthy hair. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.E. r
Mr. Horace Bennett, who has been The best kind of a testimonial-
Ache has an extensive river front it with Mr.Provost for time "Sold for over sixty years." o
will be a lengthy fence when com- some past, L. BRADY & BRO.
goes to Vero this week. Carl Witt- by J.wanuLOturers C.ApP; Co.Lowell orSARSAPARILLA.Jlu"Alao ,

pleted.Mr. feld expects to take him down in the A I

Hamp Bradford has the foun Alice. e r s PILLS.CHERRY PECTORAL. Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products. I
dation ready for his new house west
Mrs. Breese came over from Co- We handle of all kinds. We for Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
of town. The family will move into produce are agents Mapes'
quina on Monday to spend a few days in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for price OB it
k the place as soon as the house is Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E.L.BEADY&BRO..Trrt'SVILLE,FLA.
_ with her daughter, Mrs. C. D. Pro- Com. J. H. Allen, of the Halifax i
_ ready.
River Yacht Club, and member of
Mrs. L Thompson and Miss E. vost.Fourth
S. J.
Mon- I of July passed off very the Indian River and Eau Gallie N"ORTON"9Staple
V Davisof Rockledge,leaves next I
,; quietly in this place. Everett Daw- Yacht Clubs, was in Eau Gallie last
day for visit to England.The Hay,
a ley and family spent the day withF. week. and Fancy Groceries P oduce: oflallnKillas, f

lumber is on the ground for W. Munson and family and in the The artesian well being drilled on ,
addition to Mrs. F. Calloway's VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY
an evening the Dawley boys had a fine the home lot of G.F. Paddison is now

", cottage. display of fireworks out on the His- completed and a fine flow of clear T1.1-u.sv1.11.e.; I : F1.or1.c1.a. !i t tr

Mr. G. S. Hardee and family are cock dock, which was enjoyed by a good water has been secured. Alex. -- ---------- --- 6
_ their automobile.Miss r r-Jr=t-rr r-Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=J.-r r rr rr r-Jr=rr r-J r
5 ;V enjoying new number of friends.Mr. Near had the contract.

Agnes Hatter, of City Point, Copeland and family and Mr. :Mrs. Capt. Boyer is visiting friends TITUSVILLE BOAT CO.

was a visitor in town on Tuesday. Tuten and family, of Artesia, A. B. on the west coast of Florida. ,

Miss Hatter has just returned from Carter and family, Carl and Mary Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson's drugstorewas Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers

.t a visit to Georgia.The Wittfeld and the family of Rufus burglarized last week and the '

Fourth passed off very quietly Stewart, of Brantley, all had a picnicat till rifled of its contents. A small Marine :El.ai1vvayLaunches

V in Cocoa. A great many celebrated Oceanus on the Fourth. amount was secured by the thievesas
V stored for the
There Munson went to Cocoa in the carefully summer monthsr
I at our neighboring towns. Guy no money is left on the premisesat

was a dance at the opera house in ; Linderbury launch last Monday and night. =Jr=Jr=//=Jr=Jr=//=//= r rr=rr J te r Jr=-.Jr=Jr=tr J=rA Jr=J=r=Jr=J

the evening. brought home the Clement boat from
The Eau Gallie Record reports thata ------- -- ---- ---

t. Mr. Will Ronald, of Daytona, is in Mr. Gingras's. The Comfort is nowa naval academy will be an adjunctof Jas. Pritchard & Son

the Ronald & Fiske store while Mr. very comfortable launch, indeed, the Kentucky Military Institute

J. Fiske is away on a vacation. with a snug and roomy cabin that next winter. Eau Gallie is peculiarly Titusville, Fla. r

The Cocoa,ice factory is well worth can be made cool and pleasant by well situated for such a branch of Agents for the 1:!

!i a visit. It has the latest improve- dropping the windows, or shut up learning as our harbor is almost landlocked Original T & M I Reversible
i tight and made storm proof. Mr. l
ments in machinery for ice making, and free from damage by

J .... and is sending out a large amount of Waldo Clement and family will prob- storms.C. MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES j
ably enjoy pleasant times with
f" ice. many G. Redstone & Son are pushingon Thoroughly covered by patents l
the launch during their stay here
_ f. Mr. J. Mast, of Sharpes, is going next winter. the Thousand Island club house. The Engine that Run Without Repairs I f'i:

t. .J to Ohio this week. He has been shipping The building will be ready for the _
t' I some of his goods through Co- There was a slight mistake in last painters by next week. These motors are safe aud reliable and f
f week's STAR. Miss Mary Allan accompanied can be operated by alcohol or kerosene I ..
1. her aunt, Mrs. C. B. Destroying Spawning Beds with as good results by using gasoline! '

Mr. E. Provost, of Lotus, stopped Browne, to Chicago, not her mother, The following taken from Forest

over in town on his way to New York Mrs. Sarah Allan. She will remainat and Stream relating to motor boats
to spend the balance of the summer.
Daytona Beach for the summer. destroying black bass spawning beds .
Hatter leaves Satur-
Mrs. J. D. on Miss Eva Owen celebrated her I will be interesting to our readers:
' : day for St. Augustine,and Valdosta,
twenty-first birthday on the Fourth. "One of our correspondents reports -
six weeks.
Ga., to be away a month or H. K. Hughes also had a birthday on that as he was watching a black HAY, GRAIN, FKEall FIJI'Il> AND V1XJETAI5LKSWe : 1

Mrs. C. W. Harrison leaves next the Fourth.Dr. bass bed that in about
was buy as low as possible and sell for cast! ; therefore sell the cheapest.
I weekfor a visit to New Jersey and Wm. Wittfeld spent Sunday four feet of water motor boat came Look over onr Mock and I get our prices before bin ing.
_ i Washington. Mrs. Wade's health is along and ran over the bed and that Corner Main and Hopkins wtreet-
with the family of E. V. Hall.
,1": improving from her recent illness the violent churning of the water Gr. EC.TITl: : IE3TH c*? CO.,
P. H. Wittfeld and son Carl wentto stripped every egg off the stones and
t'' Mr. and Mrs. W. Tucker, of Chu- Artesia last Sunday.The completely destroyed it. This accounts .;VILLE, FLORIDA.

i { luota, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.Thos. for the rapid decrease; of bassin --- --
I./ Hodges. children's class of the Sunday some of our inland lakes where

school enjoyed a candy pull at the summer campers and others have D.II.SPELL I:. Co IIARDIN. Pharmacist IIr. J. c SPELLBAER
I the Cocoa House is
The to
, home of their teacher, Mrs. F. W. this Kind of water craft, A single
well under way. It will give as many Munson last Thursday. They made boat of this kind can during the bass
{; again sleeping rooms with baths and spawning season destroy every spawning -
some very fine candy, and each tooka DRUG STORE
will be an up-to-date hotel. package home. the shores.bed by" cruising around near

The launch Rover with a party from

Y.; Courtenay was in town on Tuesday.: The Right Name How to Cure Chilblains"To Titusville, Florida

The Hindle ice cream parlors opened )1 r. August Sherpe, the popular overseer t'lljtY freedom from chilblains'writes
on Tuesday. They have a very of tliep"or, at Fort>> )Madison Ia.. John Kemp. East: OtNfield, )Je. PURE DRUGS and CHEMICALS
says: "Dr. King's New Life Pills are apply l Bm'klpn'8rllif'a alw.! have
pleasant location. rihtly named; they act more ajrreeult, also used it fir salt rheum with excellent FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
I do more good and mike one feel 1 better result*." Gnar mteetl to cure ff\ I
i i Cheerfully Recommended than anv other laxative." (Juarantm rr arcs, indolent! uWr-. pile, l>nrn!". PERFUMERY SAT AIONERY Etc.
to care bihonneand constipation.! 25c woundfrot, bite and -kin ii ea-e->". If:>.', i
O. G. Hisibee, Damille. III., writes at Titus\ille Pharmacy and if.inner DmMore. z atTitu \iIIe Piuriuaoj and Banner Drug
Dec 2, WOl.llOl1t twoears. ago !I :tore. ; Soda Water and Ice Cream
laid for four months with rheu
was up>>
inati ni. I tried Ilallard's Snow Liiii- .
bottle cured
ment; one me. '
t I can cheerful! wutumend it to all Hit"fennj I dark nights of the past week Spend a Pleasant Our prescription department is in charge of an ex-
V ; from like ailliction. 125(\,iIQ.*, and perienced man and our drugs and chemicals are all new
;:::1 00 Sold bv Tuu"Mlle Pharmacy and have been favorable to- our fishing Half Maur and fresh and conform in purity and strength to the new .
V4 Banner Drugstore. firms.J. edition of the U. S. Pharmacopea

a- -LOTUS---- C. Staples reports that mosquitoes I II

are plentiful on the Banana. I
Lotus enjoyed another one of her We have a few in Eau Gallie. M1AM1ApL'tRA SARM1AAhA4RAAt ACtI\ A1rtM1RARArIAM1RAM1AenAAii
jolly picnics on the Fourth. On account tuuguggt"gtruviluvgurguulilgggugIIUVgggtt' ; j
Capt. Bennett has sold his house- ..
t t of the hard rains and mosquitoes i
boat Rochester to Com. J. H. Allen,

t. those present some felt had too a delightful timid to go time., but of Clifton, \\ho\vill put in a heavy The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. J

duty engine and use it for adi patch
Mr. E. R. Provost left Saturdayfor boat between Titusville and Clifton look.nr per the HENRY BOSCH COM.

New York for a summer outing. The recent rains have damaged the own PANY tome WALL-sitbrz PAPER comfortably samples in at your your MACHINE SHOPS : j
chair I You make better selection ;
Mrs. S. A. Osteen and little son banks of the Hopkins drainage canalto easy that way than can by ransacking a the etore .

Donald were in Cocoa last week. the St. Johns river. The men are Y.. ... Ui. whole lithe very Jat tIt .
descna-th. loveheit and
C tints richest
Mr. Lawton F. Geiger and his sister now repairing the breaks.G. color effects including imported patterns. Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'
Everything rood in wan papen in the
who are teaching the Narrows W. Hopkins is now in Bear Bach line.

school, came up on the Fourth and Lake, Mich., and is laid up with It. economy too-yn ret the lowest

remained over until Sunday after- chills and fever. New York-Chicago Will call. with prima.Bosch Samples HARDWARE, PAINTS & OILS
any h ur you name. Look
noon with the home folks. The East Coast Turpentine Co's them over to your heart's con
tent-not the taut obligation to
:; Mrs. D. A. Ramsey and little son freighter Jumbo \\ason the marine ltay. tke It's Besc our war watt of PapaV. adrertrtBC Agricultural Implements

Ernest were visiting in Lotus Friday. railway at Hodgson's yard this week.

Mrs. Green, the Misses Geiger and The Fourth passed off quietly i in W. ELDREDThe SANFORD FLORIDA

brother and Mr. Bisbee were shopping Eau Gallie. Several citizens decora- ..

in Cocoa Saturday. ,ted their homes and the stars and Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator
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1- Mr. Puckett, of Cocoa, has bought J stripes were hoisted. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA I J J/'J'' 'v VYYVYltk tJ VY ; YUYY>> Vy"Y"f'r1/ 'I ; "V'w 'Y11't ,

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