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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 19, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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rOL.XXVIII; TITUSVILLE, FLA.,.FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1907 NO. 13

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IDOINGS; OF THEPRESENT Schloss Bros. Clothing THE DEPARTMENT STORE JULY LOCAL GOSSIP C t.' :

I to annual inventory
Preparatory our -

kijt WEEK Dozens of brand new models here we offer all summer dress goods CLEARANCE SALE ANDPERSONALS ;
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for spring and summer wear-the AT COSTAll :
.: fresh, crisp, clean-cut styles that you AT I -
s men's boys' and children's KLINE'SBargains '
Pungent Holes Pertaining to Events often see in fashion pictures,but seldom otning. Something About the People of Titus-

Transpiring About Town We really have find.them all; you find them All millinery goods. in Every Department Yille as They Come and Go .
All men's straw hats.Al1ladies' .
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A cool drink at a cool place atMANDY'S. I here with the new long lapels, the children's and infants'Iqw IOiDAYJULY 22, 1907. cool drink at a cool place at 'l'tA

> semi-military ventless back, close-fit- cut shoes. This is a general clean-up of good
MANDY'S.The .
collars and shoulders.In t
ting shapely Big reductions in other lines all materials carefully selected in verywide
All the up-to-date drinks at the fact you'll find we have everything through the remainder of July. variety of dress goods for women celebrated Plant Juice Reme- 1

Banner,Drug Store. that's considered good style. and children.It dies are for sale by C. Collins. .
You are cordially invited to look JOHN R. WALKER & CO. makes no difference what pricewe ."\'.' .\r,
f Have you tried Wilson's Vflvo ice i over these new things at your leisure; get they must go. When you are hot and thirsty drop ;

: t cream? At J. R. Walker & Co's. take as long as you want to do it- English long cloth, makes splendid in at the Banner Drug Store fora 1 f

Favorite drop head sewing ma- we're only too glad to have you compare LATEST NEWS I.underwear, manufacturer's price 20 cold drink. 'w

chines, $20.00. Indian River Music suits our are priced goods with all the others.way from Our cents, Monday only, 16 cents per Mr. G. W. Hanford will launch his : i

*.h House. $8.50 to $20.00. We can fit any fig- ADINCIDENTS yard.White cambric, yard wide, the mill new boat in a few days. She is fittedwith J

{ : Mrs. Fred Scobie went to Sharpes ure and any pocketbook.See price is 13 1-2 cents, :Monday only, a Barker motor.

Wednesday on a visit with her father furnishings.our new spring and summer Personal Paragraphs About People that 12 1-2 cents per yard.Ladies' Bishop Wm. Crane Gray, of Or- .t 1
white shirt waists made I
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and mother, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. lando, was in town Tuesday his '
4 WINSTON S. BRANNING Travel Here and There of a good quality of white lawn with i
Holmes. clusters of tucks in front and back, way down the river. I
Titusville Florida. Try Gruber's Peerless Ice Cream.
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For upto-date dressmaking patronize three-quarter sleeves,special cents For smart and up-to-date dress- ,
Sold only at the Banner Drug Store. You likely could not buy the material t {
Miss Maggie Gruber successor to making to L. Mendel
go rooms over
for the mentioned.
EXTENSION'VORK Frank Louisiana has turned from price } .
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Mrs. C.A. Krulder, STAR building, Mosquito bars, 9 yards wide, brass the postoffice, Titusville, Fla. t

':, ground floor. HAS BEEN STOPPED I Sanford, where he was prospectingfor rods, worth $2.50 at $1.79 :Monday Frank Klein, of Miami, purchased ,

Mr. Frank C. Battle accompanied a few days. only.White a horse and wagon from Fred H. 1
< Operations Suspended Pending wash silk 24 inches wide
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Rev. Wm. Stones will preach next
: his family to Atlanta Wednesday, Black Wednesday and started
; 49 cents yard. yesterday t
\ where the family will spend the balance Adjustment of Government Sunday at LaGrange at 11 a. m., and Pongee per silk, 36 inches wide, will morning driving the outfit for

of the summer. ObstructionsThe at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. make YOU an excellent traveling suitor home.W. 1'I'I

_ f4.It-:; Mr. J. T. Lewis, state inspector of: Key West Citizen has the following Express Agent Bailey moved into 99 shirt waist, worth $1.50, special H. Parker bought out the interest i .
cents.
'! convict was in Titusville last interesting news: the Baldwin cottage on Main street, of his brother John in the firm ;
;-- camps Figured lawn, we still have it any -
Saturday for the purpose of inspect- A most disconcerting piece of news Tuesday, which places him closer to figures or stripes you may wish, of Parker Bros.the latter part f-last I .

:; ing the camp at Mims. is that received by the receipt of a his business.Mr. worth 20 cents at 12 1-2 cents, Mon- week, Johnnie leaving Sunday for t-

J Wilson's Velvo ice cream can be telegram from the chief engineer, : and Mrs. G. E. Pritchett and day only. Daytona, Jacksonville and other

Mr. Meredith,of the F.E. C., direct- the little folks left Wednesday for Children's barefoot sandals, in all points prospecting.Prof. .
J. R. Walker & Co'st'
had only at sizes, 75 cents per pair. }
ing that all work at this end of the Atlanta. :Mrs. Pritchett and the R. M. Evans
: fountain. There are many good Special reduction in ladies' ready- principal of the t
:extension be immediately suspended. children will time in
spend some made skirts. Osceola high school,Kissimmee
kinds, but none quite so good as this. I gave
The reason assigned for this action Georgia. Embroidery at almost half the reg- THE STAR office a pleasant call \
Try it! yes-
local officials in of
by charge the ular price.
work is that Mr. has been Last Tuesday evening a large and terday. He is here in the interest of .,
-R Miss Mayme Taylor, who has been Flagler Mail orders promptly filled on any
enjoying visit of several weeks with! greatly annoyed and hampered in his jolty crowd of this place took in of the above goods. the University of Florida and the

work by obstructions placed in his the; dance at the home of Mr. Phil JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. Florida Female college.Mr. 3
Dr.'and Mrs. J. C. Spell, expects to
way by the government, especiallythe Roberts at Mims, and all had a thor- 'Phone No. 8.
leave next week for her home in department.It C. J. Coggin, of Cocoa, came
navy
time.
oughly enjoyable
Shiloh, where she will soon commence is believed that the work will be up Tuesday in his single cylinder
teaching school. suspended until an adjustment of :Mr. Ed :Morgan has purchased the Abstract for St.Lucie Being Made Cadillac to look after his orange

these matters can be effected. place on Main street owned by Mr. Mr. Ben A. Warbinton, from Jack- grove at Mims; but finding the mos-
Daniel leaves
Dr. J. Sills today
That a serious situation exists i is R. R. Pyles, who recently went to sonville, arrived here last week and quitoes too numerous in the ham-
for Richmond, first going to Norfolk evident by the fact that the work .
Hastings. Mrs. Pyles and the chil- is the work of
now engaged on get- mock returned home Wednesday.Mr. .
for a short stay. He expects to return was stopped summarily by wire and
to Titusville by the first of Sep- the local force is very much at sea dren will shortly join:Mr.Pyles there. ting up an abstract record for the Geo. B. Nauman returned the

tember in order to get Palmhurst regarding the real meaning of this :Mr. W. C. Thomas arrived from county commissioners of St. Lucie first of the week from a trip to the ,

action.It Orangedale last Saturday, returning county from the records in this Jamestown exposition. While there
r ready for the winter tourist season. is sincerely to be hoped that the he met Rev. John A. Hughes, who
Sunday accompanied by Mrs. Thomas county.
The floating houseboat "Dentos" trouble may be speedily adjusted, as said that he might come down to Indian -
arrived Sunday afternoon in tow of Key West's future is at stake. In who spent about two weeks herewith This work is being done accordingto river this coming winter. Mr.

the mean time it will be well to her father and mother, Dr.and a set of forms gotten up by Mr. Hughes was formerly pastor of the
John W. Taylor's launch from
new avoid any undue apprehension and :Mrs. B. R. Wilson. I Carroll D. Judson, president of the Titusville Presbyterian church
Rockledge. The"Dentos" is mooredat excitement, which would only disturb M
the end of the city dock. See professional business and serve no good end. :Mr. J. H. Brinson, director of the I Florida Abstract association,of Jack8Om.me -, Mrs. E. B. Wager writes that she

ad. of Dr. Urich in another business department of Rollins college -.. and it is estimated that the is thoroughly enjoying herself'; in Savannah -

4 i' column. Death of J. A. CollinsIt at Winter Park, was in Titus- same will take a year's time. Mr. where the weather is very
cool and pleasant. About the last of
is with the that ville last Saturday and while here Warbinton is assisted in this work
+ According to an item in the De- deepest regret the month she expects to leave there
have made an advertising contract with by Miss Kate Stewart, daughter of with her sister Mrs. G.
t Land News of last week Gaul- we to announce the death of J. Whatley,
Judge County Clerk A. A. Stewart who i is for the '
A. Collins, who passed away yesterday THE STAR advertising Rollins this mountains of Western North
? -len was expected to return to his afternoon about familiar with the Brevard county Carolina, where they will spend a
.. home there from Jacksonville on Friday 1 o'clock, age year. month or so.
record books and she is valuable
about 52 years, after several weeksof Residents of Titusville will be interested a
last. He has no doubt fully recovered -
assistant to Mr. Warbinton.
illness. The funeral in the following from the
will
from the operation he service: Death of Mrs. G. \V. SchuylerA
recently be conducted Father DeLand Record: Miss Ruth Woodward In St. Lucie county it is proposed
by M. J. Curleyat -
underwent for telegram received here
appendicitis.W. was
the residence this Friday after- has finished typewriting the that the county clerk shall make the Tuesday from Daytona announcingthe

O. W. Supper noon at4 o'clock. The following tax books for Volusia county. Thereare abstracts from the records now be- sudden death of Mrs. G. W.

There of the pall bearers: G. F. Duren, L. three copies and nearly 500 pagesin ing made, which will be properly indexed Schuyler, of Indianola, Monday afternoon -
regular
was a meeting
for his and rate for abstracts where she went hoping a
use a -
each. Miss Woodward has
A. Brady, O. A. Stewart, H. Wilson, won
,.f the W. O. W. Camp No. 141 Monday I change would benefit her health.
.i evening. After the regular order of E. B. Wagerand F.A. Losley. Suit- the distinction of having completedthe has been proposed that willi j The body was forwarded to Indianola

able will most perfect'tax books since Mr. i i effect a saving to persons ordering her
business had been transacted and obituary appear in TilE j I Tuesday accompanied by sons,
for membership had been applications STAR next week, and this paper ex- Wilson has been tax assessor. them and at the same time the I Mr. George Sweeney and Mr. Walter {

acted on, the tables were spread and tends deepest sympathy and con- county will be enabled to make a Sweeney, and Rev. William

.sandwiches, ice cream, etc., were dolence to the bereaved. Encouraging News From N. Y. mall profit thereby, for the county j]Stones, of this place,officiated at the
burial that afternoon. The husband
served and addresses were made by llr.V.1.. Brown went to New is in position to make abstracts !j

Sovereigns P. W. Roberts, John R. Card of ThanksWe York from :Miami last Friday, wherehe !cheaper than a company. I!has w thin the most past deeply six or afflicted eight monthfor
Walker and J. L. Carruthers. Several has been in conference this week
Mrs. Warbinton and little he has lost wife and
and take this means of thankingall I son arrived -I son daughter.
were a
songs sung very enjoyable with friends who deeply interested
' time was had by all. TilE those who so kindly assisted us i in in reorganizing are the Fort Dallas- I last Saturday and Mr. Warbin-|, M rs. Schuler w as 57 years of age.
would have administering to the wants of and She leaves husband and three tons,
STAR editor attended : our National bank. ton family are now occupying
(having received a special invitation) i dear departed husband and father A private telegram was receivedin j'1! rooms at Mrs. Corwin's in North Ti- j:i Geo. K. and Walter Sweeney and l
THE STAR extendssympathy
Philip Schuyler.
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but business engagement prevented during his sickness and death. '
Miami
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Wednesday afternoon in tusyiJIe. '
; and condolence to the be-
MRS. J. A. COLLINS AND FA IILY.
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which it stated I
was that the confer- reaved.Kline's.
FURNITURE DRY GOODS SHOES ence promises to be most successful: Orange Boxes ;
Rollins College, 'inter Park, Fla. for the bank. I ;
Refrigerator with water cooler$16.50 We are prepared to furnish strictly Specials in Clothing andGents'
Globe-Wernicke book If you anticipate attending college This will be cheering news to the
cases first class boxes Furnishing DepartmentWe
: orange at very'i!
Fibre and galvanized coolers this fall do not fail to investigate friends of Mr. Brown all up and down low Write
j prices. before
Fruit jars, jelly tumblers Rollins. Delightful location, thorough the east coast and especial: 1 *o to the'J order."e have us placing I line still have a good assortment in ,
f your an elegant
people of Miami, who have manifested summer clothing, and I know we can
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equipment, fine
house and boat paints gymnasium, of also
j wraps cement coated nail:".
Comfort swing chairs. Try one, $4.85 I refined surroundings, good boarding every confidence in him. j EAST Co.XST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. fit you and suitjou and the prices
facilities ---- -- are almost cut in half. so you Roe it
and
all field and water
Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34
Eau Gallie Fla.
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I'sports. For full particulars room Double Header at Cocoa j I ---- will be to your benefit to l look at our

"Down the Line"If I Orlando reservations, Fla.address W. R. O'Nea, The Titusville baseball; team played 1 Gun Repair Works and Sail Loft clothing..JULIUs KLINE. Titusville.

they will allow you to drink at --- a double header with the Cocoa teamat : All work guaranteed.: Guns stocked 'Phone No. 8.
all, why don't you send an order to Launch FrancesTo Cocoa :yesterday afternoon. The!''! and shot guns rebored. -_--- ----

your old friend, J. D. Crabb Co., first game resulted in favor of Titus- !| H. BENECKE, Titusville, Fla. DentistryDr.
Box 702, Jacksonville, Fla? hire or charter, for large or ,
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small parties, 23 feet, 8 feet beam, ville by a score of 4 to 3. The sec- Houghton's floating dental of-
---- ----- j i Fur SALE CHEAP FOiL CASH
and Grapefruit Trees cabin and toilet. T. HALL, ond game was won by Cocoa, score | fice, "Dento is now located at the
Orange About 88 acres of good: high. land on
1 city dock here where Dr. J. Edward
Indianola, Fla. 8 to 3. The Titusville boys made the the eat or ocean side: of the Indian river
Shiloh Fla.
Grown at on high Urich will skillfully perform up-to-
in the motor boat Waunita. at the Narrows,described follows Lot
trip as
Free from white
hickory hammock. Draying date and reliable dentistry in all its
No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section
fly. One year to two year old buds. Drawing or hauling of all kinds promptly Wanted 38, in township south, range 39 ea. branches by the latest improved pain-
, Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully attended to. Meets all trains. Store This land is unimproved but finely lo- less methods.
packed and delivered at Oak Hill wood for sale: at all times. Two or three men to fell timber cated. For further particulars address!" As the Denton will remain a limited

station. J. W. GRIFFIS. H. E. HoiTO.v, and cut same up into wood. Applyto E. M. Low, 1 time, those desiring professional ser-

Shiloh, Fla. Titusville, Fla. H., care THE STAR office. l Brockton, Mass. _vices please take notice.




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2 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1007

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Harvard that Professor Sllpher had Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble.
tV t ( :,: !+:'.:'- -t.: .T.. I the canalsof
i succeeded In photographing and Don't Know it. : -

'It the planet Mars and that Professor --,- t:

Todd, head of the expedition, saw the How To Find Out.

i rings of Saturn disappear. Fill a bottle or common glass with your
; water and let It stand twenty-four hours;. .-

sediment or set _

I FOREIGNIrishmen I CJ fling Indicates aa. 'f

r c :. I unhealthy condo. .
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S tion of the kid- .

Welcome Rulers. neys; if it stains : jr

Alexandraof your linen it is -' t
K'DS' Edward and Queen
evidence of kid ,
: Great Britain began their: visit in
trouble too
ya ney ;

k Ireland with a great Dublin frequent desire to }J-

t both wearing the pass it or pain in 1

with a green tie and the queen with a theack is also 1

ti # iJt-Y_____ green toque. After inspecting the exhibition convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-

they passed In a procession der are out of order.

and that railroads through the streets to the vice regal What to Do.

I POLITICAL I had fc>"d some difficulty lodge. There is comfort in tt uowledge so

.i often expressed that Dr. Z,. Swamp- .
I SOCIOLOGICALRockefeller 1 In securing As an act of grace the king has par- *

.. ., ,-. n' necessary capitaL doned Colonel Arthur Lynch who origInally Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every ,
Jap Admiral Greets Evans. I wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
The Increase In the
Upon his arrival at New York, Admiral on Rockefeller. was condemned to death for back, kidneys liver, bladder and every part ;
} ,r tz volume of money In I treason for leading troops on the Boer of the It corrects inability ,
} Yamamoto, who was the Japanese Shortly after his examination as a urinary passage.
the world had not : side. Lynch hid already had his sentence hold and
minister of marine during the witness before Judge Landis at Chi- to water scalding pain In passingit
s > kept pace with the commuted to life Imprisonmentand or bad effects following use of liquor ..
war with Russia, cago and when the public Interest in
Increase ,In the volume been released "on Iicen e." but wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
assured all that its personality was intensified by this
t of business lie now he Is restored to full citizenship. necessity of being compelled to go often

the old friendshipbetween Incident of the legal contest betweenthe 7. had seen sgns, also, The officials of Dublin cattle were during \lW day and to get up many times
Japan oil trust and the federal authorities during the night. The mild and the extra-
f of a decrease in the the
disappearanceof
still
M f and the United John D. Rockefeller received most cor- Judge Gary. mystified over ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon ;
amount of building the royal jewels of the order of St realized. It stands the for its f
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States could not dially a group of newspaper reportersand highest wonderful i
activity and he thought that the Patrick, valued at $430000 They included -
cures of the most distressing cases.
be broken by a talked to them freely about hIm-
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i passing shadow. self and bis views. When asked what numerous investigations and expos- a star of diamonds, a cross of If you need a medicine you should have the

ures and radical agitation of the rubies amt a shamrock of emerald' best. Sold by druggists in SOc.and$1. sizes. '
lie consentea to a young man nowadays should do to
last year or two had had a tendency to This order is far from popular with ordinary You may have a sample bottle_of this
I pose for a picture succeed he replied: "Make men believein
make Investors timid. If violent agitation Irishmen, being composed! of wonderful discovery 'I'
while shaking you, make them have confidence in book that tells ,. '
r should continue there wouldbe twt'nty-fonr knights of noble families and a j jnore
hands with Ad- Show them that are to be
you. you about it,both sent j j
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and drawn out ofproductive
more more money headed the king.
Admiral ramamoto by "'
{ miral Evans. The relied and depended upon. Bring themto XeT'ertbelessi absolutely free by mail 1

;:i latter said that the first and last shots you. Be strong and honest and employment. address Dr. Kilmer & Rome of Swamp-Rtd.

of the "war" had been made by the earnest That Is the way to succeed; i Judge Gary believed that the exposure 1 MISCELLANEOUSWoman I Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mention J

photographers right there. The Japanese that Is what will win. You are all of financial corruption would prove reading this generous offer in this paper.
beneficial in the end. A contraction in
admiral comes with five experts going to succeed. I can see It in your Don't make any mistake. but remember .
business would not be undesirable
wholly -
to Inspect American shipbuilding plants. faces." When asked what he thoughtof Betrays Runyan. the name Swamp-root, Dr. Kilmer's Swam p-

the action of Judge Landis In insisting he concluded, as the countryhas Chester B Runyan the paying tellerof Root, and the address, Binghampton, X Yon .. i
Meaning of Fleet Transfer. he been going at too high speed fac- of New every bottle. *
on bringing him into court, the Windsor Trust company
Rear Admiral Brownson, after calling tories time that
} replied that there was not In his mind running over they York who walked off with over $%.000 -
y the president, told the
upon reporters might fill their orders.
I the slightest possible feeling of resentment In his suit case, was arrested in New Fire at Plant City.
he had
one thought to be emphasized
or animosity toward anyone York several days later, when Mrs
in connection with the proposed I In the early morning of July 4th ,t
In the world. He declared that young Laura M Carter the woman for
INDUSTRIAL''
-e Pacific concentration-namely, "to dem- men have now opportunities twenty to I whose company he had deserted his fire broke out In a restaurant across;
onstrate to the world how quickly the
one what he had half a century a :o..1 own wife and wrecked his reputation the street from the Tropical: hotel
American could transfer its fightIng
navy As to the geueral business outlook, I Telegraphers' Waiting Game. notified the police where they were which burned that house, in which was
strength from to the
r one ocean Mr. Rockefeller said there was DeTer With the evident desire to give Labor living together She had discoveredhis
other." He added rather significantly I a grocery store, restaurant and town
a time when the country was in a Commissioner Neill another chanceto Identity as the defaulter by read .
that "there Is time like the hall above.
no
;. present more prosperous condition and that mediate between them and the employing Ing the papers and said she was afraidto p

for such a demonstration, a time when any action on the part of the government companies the leaders of the stay with him longer because! he The fire spread to the adjoining \

the United States is at perfect peace which would tend to the dissolution Commercial Telegraphers' union decided had threatened to shoot her If she building, in which were two saloou

a with every nation." of big corporations like the to hold off the strike at Chicagoand should give him away. The author then to the next building, a steam t'
Admiral head of the
Dewey, generalnavy Standard Oil company would he a other eastern cities at least for a ties held the woman, however, on the laundry, burning nearly everything ''n
interviewed the
board was on national calamity. He contended tint *-eek. President I Small had wired from charge of receiving stolen goods. She the three buildings.The .
and asserted that
new move "we must combination of Interests had proved to Fan Francisco that the Western Union admitted that Runyan had given her
bold the balance of In the Pa restaurant building was owned
power be the advantage of every one <-oncernfd officials h:!d agreed to confer with a $:.OOO, but insisted that she had returned -
ciflc" and that the would by W. B. Herring the store and I
cruise compel restaurant
y Turning the tables on the reporters committee of the union and both sides this to him.
Fe the construction of more ships. The by Mr. Street, the saloon by I
he asked each one of them were to see Mr Xeill President

+. reported sneer of Admiral, Sakamoto pointedly If they were getting ahead Pitching Hay. Joe Hobbs; the laundry by Hill, and i
of Japan that American sailors would Law Protects Secret Process. Following his custom President
it jj( and If the newspaper! business was the laundry building by M. E. Mool
desert their ships to avoid fighting The New Jersey court of last resort Roosevelt appeared in the hayfield at
conducive to saving habit None of
Japan was met with dignified silence his reverse'! the lower courts In theca Sit alDore Hill on July 10. with fork in I The buildings were worth between ,
} them was found guilty of having avery
:J c by Admiral Evans, who is to commandthe large: bank account but nil had e of the ulcan Detinning company hand, and helped the men to throw on $3,000 and J4.000, some insurance. The :

Pacific fleet. Later the Tokyo hopes. versus the American Can company. involving a load: of hay and then to stow! it awayIn I machinery in the laundry was worth

Hochi, which printed the Sakamoto interview )Ir. Rockefeller returned to Cleveland the Important principle of the the barn. twice that much with some insurance.

n withdrew it. Both the state where on July S he celebrated right of in employer to prevent a former May Sutton Again Champion.Miss The Tropical hotel was damaged to

z department and Ambassador Aokl denied his sixty-eighth birthday by witnessing employee from disclosing a secret May Sutton of California hasregained the extent of $tOO or $500. Thj great

the report sent from The Hague trade process to a rival concern. The the title of British
t a match In the national golf tour- champion est loss of all was the losing of all the-
that Japan had made categorical: demands mment Vulcan company had been organizedten by defeating Mrs Chambers In the
town records and other things belonging
upon the United States.EXECUTIVE. years ago to exploit an electrical championship: round of ladies singlesfor -
Rules of the Utilities Board. process for recovering the tin from old all England to the town clock.

New York eity's new era of dealing tin can. a process purchased In Hoi
'I I j ji
with transit problems through the pub- land It proved profitable and then Teddy Bears a Menace. Your Liveris
The HeRichard G. from the
Esper!
I lic utilities commission has actually
the American Can obtained
company out of order, You go to bed in a bad
ofl Catholic churchat
Jim Crow Cars Allowable. begun with the announcement of the pulpit Joseph's
I he secret from a former employee of humor and get up with a bad taste in
,; The interstate commerce commission rules of proreilrre by tint II04Y.orheo the Vulcan and put him In charge of a St. Joseph Mich., attacked the prevailing your mouth You want something to
fad for beasts In the hands,
a has reafcyned the right of interstate commission will hold regular sessionstwke rival detmninjr! plant. The Vulcan sued, toy cumulate your hver. Just try Herbin1 .

railroads to operate separate passenger each day at 10.0 and 2.30. at and the first trial went against them of little girls, referring to the teddy the liver regulator. A J1ol5itive cure for

its headquarter for bearing com tear on the ground that It was destroying constipation dyspepsia and all liver
complaints
,
cars for negroes provided that accom- Now the court of errors and appeals
i t modations be offered them equal to plants! from the pi'b'ic' The Investigition -instincts of motherhoodand Airs FFt.. Worth, Texas

i those intended for the whites of the : of accidents will begin as soon j holds that the former employees of the that in the future it would IK writes: "Hate used Herbine in my fam

class. as the reports of them have l>een rej j \nlcan Who recened knowledge of realized as a powerful factor in race ily for years. Words can't express what
same Commissioner Lane
says rival and every common carrier Ins this process in conCdence became its suicide He exhorted all parent to I I think about It. Everybody in mj

{ ;t that the reasonableness of rezulat'ons! l-een notified to inform the ('omnusionimme'tlialt'ly \ trustees and that as such theyere replace tte doll In the affections of I household are happy and well, and we
l to white and
segregate colored pas aeiulent forbidden front disposing of that Children owe it to Heroine Sold bv Titnsville

1 [ pengcrs Is established, but that it doe> ifs When m against ociurson I knowledge for pmht or to the di ad. Pharmacy and Banner Drug More.
lines
Corporations
' not follow that airier: may (1i!:crlm-
or vantage of the \t.lcau On ---
whom made must flip company
complaints! are !
Inate as to accommodations. The decision
an answer within! ten days. ni"M,'g the same; theory of law the .\nipncanCJH .
tint where line isproviding
requires a
r. : their complete defense to the charges coiuMinj! assumed the jK-culur relation .
wash bowls and towels
e fo'-j! and keepug nothing back for a court. of t.TMee to its m.il and tin
\
first class white
passengers it must
investiration the former coir' ni* 1'r."l uwn'Ivjoin" ..i'- A Trod is
\fer
4 give the same conveniences to firs surprise. coini i so re a'..
I j region! will issue orders speeifvmsiat from p'fxvrdii':! v ith it. dett'i- {,
class!' colored The j ,.
passengers. voir- forms; shall IK trade. and that inz nl4'rltinn.; -r!.1 is ordered to :\1'f"f.rnt dcnrfsrcus mciiady1. '%
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plaint'was r1"''e br Jeirpm I> r-j-ls j .
at The fit subject tl* Ito I taken: t > tb' I-in for ill !nrntitni 4
: against th-" Xc'n-i11t (i hattanoom and | nice : -> U, in the ." t'a aid ,. I t':' > v i l
"S '.;. St. l.ouis! nilrr-'d :t rj \,v the new bird vas that o the pa't ;o.i ; -> iK> bulvou dcn'U need to a i' ,


.' x" Report on Harriman Roccs. I rns'i hr i Th- TiitM sitei s.(,'"'1 THIO! "jie a .soe.c around |A "j&P
The rept t>f S:ir.'{"d Attorney Kcllo I rour ,
has c1'd'!,N! t 1 t":11 tit'tv JM riii nry 11
?:? and of tie 011:nio!"ie ("'Jmmiio!' t neckI'o cureilJ Hr'J rJg
its I'ittrt-: :* -f' 'j! plant "til r.rit!
on the n.lnor.Vt>l'o l bv II II. I I COMMERCIALLavisan's I .; ,,
r ':|rlv lIP' "!!?:a.'* t > tV s.-:*r, heap C jvll
Harriman assert that thesline, riolate '
a i is the n':r't! of r'"'put exrt"rim'atinit1
the antitrust 1.1"'r 1y sting :\'1 l
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i : Gull Cam7rgn.: : i n. v .1 '\'VKf utizu; as fu cl r %
.t mpetio.i awl nSrtinn: of sountie*. iC
In a tif r Aeries .if 1'l'r(' ,1 adrertl..e. th ;:.H that i-* blown from tie bli-t if' jl' D .;} ,:: = \
The comiu;:s o:i's known ;<) b menus t':-*-":r'i 'je 41tHy' nrrp-s'.f (hs furnaces. (ha-; saving i fv o"ntn ; ,," L /
on the question of oems wile to pro-p (! fSriOVJ
r-o !'ln* "Till l'it!"'j'e Tl 'n'o Y" Iinnp ton !In the cost of proueing h..l. -
ute Ilarrlmaa !
I, sueeessfuly. !" of IV.s ni has ij:,-1 the! Inrein t ;! j o'.... \ .

1 t Work of Unc'e Sam's Sc:entists. t| j,illiiie to g.> InJo t'n t'.itJi 4.t gild'Iiv ] ;i 1 t !T ;f5f.ir. /

Speaking! of the work of the oTiort* ; staraartd .\iu'-'-'in t".llr.! '?.1 nr.1 !u1is- I SCIENTIFIC I iESl ';'

W employed in tie: department of arri- i trial stout t s. p-on snoi l'i irs t'l>s{' f'f':. ) "mow t.vaiari's .
tt''! cuie that tnro. in ehoit order. '
<-uItuSHr.'tary Wilson: said that 1 t"V: t" I'i.: extw MM Vail stnY>t "sy'rnn .- A Substitute For Radium. ,
s SQO.i"i. <*n*; p ;at s the pores. +--->':',t-
they hl1n"tl tie government mil !" 'qdt n. .'..mt'lltt : ('eprn-.. I .V table' dispaii: from Piris sacs -;:1'-: free eiAcBits., g.Y"l"..; .ht, ...,t" "'C": Inure eh; ..:......t. '
lions of dollars last! veir The nore j i' at'd h-1'; !' bib eiitimictl! !:*-y'r on t iass t tint a student of the Rochester N'IOO] ha = ;: '

recent inventions of those men are anew iii.t'i.'T hat ,\ third! tern f.>rHo of Plnniatv his discovered 2 J'\F..T.s1curSJSPP.Ai"iSt; BRUISES
i a n"wrdoiomo Ir"fUJn1E-: ,
tt stampmr in; for 'nspoctM meat: ; >seIt! i, a foregone ml Hop! and I ::ntt.ant-c. pessm;.: all -\VO ?:DS, OLD SORES, 511:fJGlNTS.BUNS I' :,

carcasses which will ave oeKh)"f, ui i that the !!-j"rs crowd dire not n' wnpeat I the lroI"i.':' of radinci, but which : AND ALL PUNS.

next year a method of extracting pot i their former tactic He '
says coos on'!..' <1"O jH r prim to j.rodi'CP I i 1

4' ash for fertilizers from fcld-pathic I that h Is still m jninilatlri the n.'r. I! instead! of $' i Y). which Is the GAVE INSTANT RELIEF.

rocks and a more drrable wire fence : ket and declines to affirm or deny the I! cost of radium Tb student credited

.j Without Incre.isetl In such cases :, report that he Las!' been retained by with this Inij.ortantdi!"roery is named Henry Stone, Prove, 'tab. writer: "I harp used Ballard's 1 .1

_;.. the secretary advances the salary of the big financiers of the syst*'m" to II j Ai dre I.:incun anti N only twentyone !Y l! Snob which: Liniment for 'eerr Igxa, loo,h-acho and Sore Throat

the inventor and lakes out a patent boost its securities Inferentially he years t II. lie rr'ls! the new tJlflDf' >- E mend it upon ao being application t1:3 lest gave Linimrrt me ii.start relief. I can recom- .

for him corenng, nil foreign i countries.. ; assumes that the present prkt's"nre I' I have ever used in cunnz
C mfllyh..latp. The prof e s fs den pain doused from Is tralt--i3, etc."' ,

I To Make Traveling Safe. i rock bottom.Business scribed as fo'lowsV1! I'n ammoniamoyh'late t
i PRICE 25C, SOc AND $1.00 '
The interstate commerce commission : Moving Too Fast. : k brought to act I1rln'I
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has announced the appointment of a 1: riuinaan Gary of the United States 'I nitrate of uranium a precipitate is

hard of experts to supervise and conduct Steel corporation, before sailing for I formed and In complete; darkness a Ballard Snc

experimental tests of block signa.lsystems 1, Europe. gave it as his opinion that I white amphofous powder I Is obtained :v Liniment Co.i

and other safety devices asprovldE'd there world IM a falling off In the \olme from this pre ipittnt.ft'r thirty 500-502 North Second

for by the Joint resolution of of business drnnc the second half hours the white powder takes on a Street

) congress A committee of the American ; of this year One factor in this condi yellowish gold color. It Is InsolubleIn ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.

Railway association has tendered tion. he said. wa the approach of the nitric acid and forms a powerful

e the commIs'sl'Il the use of railway i I next presidential campaign, whcli: always radioactive agent, hating! ab o'utely

tracks and other facilities for conducting t the same action as radium.
had the effect of curtailing or Sold and

A i the tests and will co-operate to '! dtr::. Another i oint. bt' salt l. was that Pictures of Mars' Canals. Recommended by j

; r the fullest extent In securing the l>estresults. 1 people Ind been dome too much busi. I The Lowell expedition to the Andes T1"tus'V11.1.e Ph.arJnacy: : and

r t :' .' nets: for the amount of money available has telegraphed Professor Lowell of :Banner: Drug Store o .


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A.. < Daniel W. Eurrow, a Chicago stockholder \ 1 '
of sal,! company to have the

great New York city traction mergerset What Would i .
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aside on the grocnd of Its Illegality -

holds that the Interborough-MetropolI- : .

R [ tan I* an illegal combination. The
company. You Do
i. M had contended that It was

: : not a ionopoly because other com

panies were not excluded from the -

w i .. transportation: field, but the judge replied If three good physicians :

that a monopoly may effectually should pronounce your ? i
If not legally prevent competition, and
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that It was diiScult to see how the case hopeless. If they t tr _

jt'Y monopoly in New York city could be should decide that you :. >> .'

::: ...y.t more complete: as every surface, ..It"-! could not live longer than '
rated and subway railroad In Manhattan -

..x .. -- --- -',-.-. ...-.. '.. ., .- ....-, ," .;_._'._'_,_ ,.,.; "...m...<_.. _-_ and the Brent had been combined six weeks. And if you '. "

ground that the federation was suspicious -: before Judge Landis on July 6. Popu- In one management and control. should get well, after using t- :

of a conspiracy to connect Its lar Interest
; I LEGAL-CRIMINAL I I officers with grave crimes. This Is the the gatht'rlng"of a great throng of the state began proceedings againstthis only $12.00 worth of \, :

correspondence which the state all about the court building to catch a traction merger, and Justice: Flat- Dr. Miles Heart Cure and _.. t

Five Years For Schmitz. I along had intimated that the defense glimpse of the elder Rockefeller. Upon zek ordered that: the Interborough com Nervine, what would you. ..... f
E w had tried to conceal his examination he admitted to being pany show cause on July 10 why Its

Defiantly protesting that he objectedto After the cross examination of Moyer president of the parent New Jersey charter should not be annulled on the advise a friend in like con- .

being lectured and still Insisting by Senator Borah during which company but explained that the position ground of illegal monopoly.To dition to dog : '

upon his Innocence, Major Eugene the witness made It appear that he had been purely honorary for Break Telegraph Combine. '
Schmitz of San Francisco beanl the eight or ten years. He said he thought "I thank yon for sating
had eIiI
nothing to conceal the defendant.
General wife two We had
Attorney Jackson
sentence by of New my years ago.
upon Judge Dunne that he
Hay"-ood. took the stand in Ills own the outstanding stock was about $100- York has appealed to the continued with. the doctor until the .
: be Imprisoned In the San Quentin 100.000.' but that he could not give supreme third doctor like the two previous i
: penitentiary for fh.et"3rs for defense. All reports agree In one respect court of New York county for the appointment ones said that nothing could be done ,
sharing namely, that the big bodied much definite Information about the for her that she had better be taken
of
referee
a to
bribe money with Ituef. Motions for take testimony home from the hospital to quietly wait -
.f confident present status of the business. lIe pre 1
I- a new trial and arrest of judgment had se secretary of the miners'federation I! on his allegation that the Postal her time which would not be over 6 4 4
wired, however that the Standardwas
made a strong and favorable and Western Union weeks at the most. I brought her :<
been denied but an takenat Telegraph companies home and then I 4
r appeal was for mental alertness Interested In the operation of oth- thought probablyDr.
Impression have formed and Nervtne ':
once. In a combination to Mills' fit art Cure .
passing sentence Judge and dignity. lie spoke clearly, had er refineries throughout the countryand Increase rates of service In that and might help her, !o I got a bottle of :
Dunne began by that the business of the company each and some Ker\e and Liter Pills fi _-
command of and smiled
good language
other states This Is preliminary to and commenced to give them to her. ,
saying that the occasionally over questions put to him generally speaking was the production his action to restrain the said combination 'Vte soon seen an improvement and :
verdict was a by Lawyer Darrow. lIe told the and refining of oil. He did not know encouraged by this we continued giving
storyof and requires that Messrs. the medicine We gave her elevenbottles "t
message to all the his life, and more particularly of bis what the dividends of the company Gould Schiff. in all of the medicine.i She I
Jesup. Harriman Mac-
1l people of the city prominent part In the political workof were In 1003-OT! but thought they takes It occasionally now if she feels f fentn
kay. dowry and other officials of the the I am in the ministry, and
that law and or were about 40, per cent Later Secretary i i
the federation, and made generaland two companies shall testify before the for 44 3 ears.
a. = der are supreme specific denials of the Orchard tes- Pratt of the Standard confirmed referee. It is charged that this combination REV. P. MILLIGAN. 1 i i J f '

that no man is timony. lIe said he had never discussed the 4 Impression of Mr. Rockefeller was made last January and Genda Springs, Kans. ; j
above the law. that the stock was $100,000,000 and
crime murder or proposed violence that it has resulted In an Increase of Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Is sold by i
As he went onto with Orchard either alone In that,the dividends during the years i
or will : _
:; cents a message of ten words and your druggist who guarantee that .
w remark that the presence of the other men referredto. mentioned were 40 per cent. Mr. Pratt also that the companies have the first bottle will benefit. If It fails : the
.
+ Schmitz was elect- He denied that he had ever said added that the net earnings In 1903 establish agreedto will refund your money.
Schmitz.I at various
Mayor places
ed mayor beau e that to l 'exterminated were $31.300000. $01.00,000 for 1004 common
Steunenberg ought e offices and to divide the and Miles Medical Co. ElkhartInd
profits ,
of the confidence reposed In him by the saying that he bad used' the and $37,000000 for l00:;. He declared business recehed.

z masses, the convicted mayor interrupted word "relocated" In its political meanIng that the entire outstanding stock was

to say,, "I am here to receive sen- and he had no personal hostility employed In the petroleum business P. R. R. Fights Two Cent Law. j (

tence at your hands and not to be or feeling again Steunenberg, but regarded but thought a controlling Interest In President McCrea of the Pennsylvania The Most PaladIe Sit of Yafkt and Boat-

humiliated by a lecture which the I him as "any other politician the Standard Oil Company of Indianawas railroad appeared as a witnessIn Building Books," Pubhiked.

newspapers can repeat In print." The swayed by capitalistic Interests." hay held bv Individuals who were the equity proceedings begun by his RUDDERHOWTO .

Judge went on without replying and wood's acquaintance with Orchard was corporate stockholders In the Standard company at Philadelphia to restrain

said that Schmitz by his criminal act similar In date and period to that of Oil Company of New Jersey. tlTe state and county; from enforcingthe BOOKS

had betrayed that trust. lIe added the acquaintance between Mover and In a statement issued by the officers two cent railroad fare law passedby Over Saw boats have been built from the lines

; that the real punishment would not be Orchard. lIe told how Orchard had of the company it is contended that the last legislature and which goes printed m thee books-Succt'55futy. : sailed tIIevefJ' "
clime and se.-FuU detail
so much in the fact of imprisonment as come to headquarters to obtain strike since the enactment of the interstate into effect Qct 1. Counsel; for the drawing of all. parts upon showing evrry what it is and i
commerce law in 1SS7 the company railroad mentioned that the how to make itT exl extremely simple a
In the loss of respect and esteem of.,Jill relief, but denied that he had ever commonwealth

E good citizens. Schmitz again Interrupted given him money for any purpose. has observed its provisions, that it welcomes had no- constitutional right to HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50 a. t
saying fee stood there as an the law and the principle of fix rates for the railroad. A summaryof Hlnr4>mwelb Order Two Cent Rates. twerp, good ruing boat for a U j tv kara tin taau ai is.
f American citizen not asking leniency Against equity embodied in it. They say thai the road's earnings and expenses on HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
;
Judge Pritchard in the circuit court the old system of special rates and rebates business for the three Ewe .
I: but demanding his rights, and that If passenger first heat for ftrrwrx ca I nz or knnrkiair hoot b
of appeals at Richmond has denied the thou **'.-r tl. was obnoxious to them and nevera months of this submitted. .
the judge had any, self respect he year was rig; fuirpuaJ pi.dof cvmplclo-ollloato.
k would proceed with sentence. The latter Injunction against the enforcement of source of profit as the net rate wa showing that the average rate chargedper HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP -
the two cent railroad rate promulgatedby ,<_ ,......r..1 ,.,...i.. .tuw r
always their basis for the selling price mile 1.007 m* mr iestfntt a pmfrinnrr
r persisted however saying. "You passenger per was cents i. AiMeiica,A..*awl...ualia; rag to bald{aw*
f will suffer the humiliation of knowing the Virginia corporation commis of which the consumer had the benefit; and if the two cent law had been In :e.....u.. f

'that your career of hypocrisy duplicity sion. The judge holds that the commission hence It Is absolutely untrue that rebates force the expenses would have exceeded HOW TO BUILD. A MOTOR LAUNCH
\; iaipbn4 < .L'Lowmz bow t D.tnad.1.-
pra .C
l' and dishonor has been exposed was exercising: improperly a are the basis of Standard Oil the earnings by $G1"H&>4. Under existing ball tor we.tit gar DK>!Of'. Several other plea,

1 and that you stand before those who )legislative function by this fixing of prosperity according to this statement i conditions the various commutation HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA
railroad rates and that hence the low- fin! a:I .TTmimit boat good ratua axmntstlrr .* s
They attribute their prosperity to "cor- rates bring the below 2 ;
believed and honored you morally average ; .il.j": Ivr btai.jw ..j|.rs.
naked, shamed and dbKraced. "I deny er court had jurisdiction.: apprehension of the possible magnitude cont'J! whereas, if no rates were p?rmltted HOW TO BUILD ASHOAL-DRAUGHTSLOOp

that," cried fkhmltz; "the people know Alienists For Mrs. Eddy. and importance of the petroleum above : cents the average rate mall A gal dntr plat luUe fail.ng ouat,with moderate overhangs vai

how I was railroaded through. Dr. George: F. Jelly the Boston men busin{>:i;:;." and their providing would be much lower HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE

I' Afterward in a statement he said he tal specialist: and Dr. G. A. Blamer of letter and more economical methods Kasytotwid. ;rTrrrlhinfrstnuicht.jiPttticenftforabai
to begs witL.c to kuiil s.grhe.plsed.eraloop or eat ng
would fight the case to the last court Providence were appointed romastersI Tobacco Trust Prosecuted.In .
I HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHT
and that he would be a candidate for with Judge: Aldrich to examine*Mrs i the Uiiitt-d Mates circuit court at Cures Woman's Weaknesses.We complete dnmpt of boa to build a..odel..180 haw
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mayor again next fall. The crowd Mary Baker G. Eddy, the aged founder New York special counsel. James C.MeRejnoKK >f skid w sail u. 1IIOdt1e.PRICE i

cheered the Judge's sentence. and head of the Christian= Science refer to that boon to weak, nervous,
l $1.
\ and (:. P. tpmsveisr, for Buffering women known as Dr. Pierce? : EACH
J' Moyer and Haywood Testify. church as to her mental competencyto the goeminent. filed a bill in equity Favorite Prescription.Dr. PREPAID BY EXPRESS ANYWHERE

The defense in the Ilaywood trial at look after her business: : Interests.: against the American Tobacco corn John Fyfe one df the Editorial MaO Bound in cloth Gold! Ictterm*-Size of pagi.

... Boise spent several dajs in getting Judge Aldrich has written Judge pany. known as the $1).t: )( )Mt5) of TUK ECLECTIC MEDICAL RFVIS.W says 9 by U inches-larva cteirljr-
before the Jury lengthy depositions Chaniberlln that be was averse to tak- tobacco trust seeking: to have the of Unicorn root (Helmut Dimca) which THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
ing the sole responsibility In *> Important Is one of the chief ingredients of the "Favorite )
from a number of residents of San nlergc'r declared a combination in 9 MURR STREET NEW YORK. U. S. A
r Francisco: concerning the explosion" in a matter. Later Dr. Blumer restraint" of trade. and tint each Prescription:
&nd
"A remedy which invariably acts as a uterIne pnstal far Catalogue of Coots for
declined to act and the defendants'
the bou P. W. ,constituent 1 restrained 'achlsman't Library.
; e occupied by Bradley, company invigorator makes,, for normal actirity -
the former mine manager whom Orchard opposed the appointment of any doctors. from engaging In business under of the entire reproductive system."

; had intituled in his list of at- Counsel for-Mrs. Eddy and her trrs!' the presort organization, or from lie continues which more ilclonias fully answers we have the a medicament above-

tempted assassination Lmforth tees filed exceptions to the appointment owning stock in any other company purposes than any other drug vith which I am iiTli
acqtiaintfd.<< In the treatment of diseases: peculiar
of the two doctors ns ro-nns: erbecause <
owner of the apartments had sued the Tie court was also asked to ilctlireillegal to women It is seldom that a case is

pas company for damages, and had they are nonresidents of New and to abrogate the contracts on seen which does not present some indication
for this remedial atrtnU" I'r tyfe further j
Hampshire and are authori/ed to render -
affidavits, whkh\ the of the 1'niln-h and
brought numerous to prose merger says "The following are among the leading
that the explosion was caused by gas a t'ecMon not predicate d wholly American tobacco interests were accotrplislied indications for lieionias(Unicorn rout). Pain
upon the evidence) svl'ii'ittod to thorn or acblnj in the bark with ileucorrhora ;
leakage. Bradley himself swore that in UMTJnd.. tmallj, it i is atonic(weak)conditiol\pf the reproductive
he s-melled the od<>r of gas just before and also! to the Is ;ne framed by t!." :isked tint the court appoint receivers organs of om..n. went N depression and irritability e
I court by the defendant all of which' tfisociatrd wit>chronic diseases of
the explosion" occurred, and he attributed -j to take possession of the assets of all the reprod Ltive qfrans of women:constant t
the I irmition to his lighted cigar. He ., are expected to result in carrying the the various companies, and. if necesiry. >. sensation at heat In the region of the kidneys have stool fie test for over 50 years
.
i entire with all Its mer/rrhaffid (flooding due to a weak- an 1 arc sill!in tlirlca 1 TheiraU>olute
cae .mpll"ation:
was an expert on the effect of dynamite tn wind them vp In all si\t\- ened con/ltioD of I the reproductive system: certainty growth, t'mrnncommonly
I and giant powder and did not detect -' to the supreme court five companies and hH'nty-nine nidividu amenor/ria: >ytvtLrn'Vd or absent monthly large yields of dchcions> -jrrtal>'es and
I period/.At&iKs from or acrompanyin3: Z an beautiful Goners, mate t).: m the most '
the fumes of either. Several details j Standard Oil's Judgment Day. :ils are uameiLMr abno & 1 condition of the digestive organs reliable and the Ji o-t popular everywhere
of Orchard's story about this I Attorneys for the Stan and Oil com McKcynolds did not hesitate to and i/. mic ( thin blood ) habit: dragging **>!.! ba 1 dealers 1307
ten &ons in the extreme lower part of theabtltrnen. Seed Annual free oa request.D. .
"= incident were directly contradicted by I .panv having refused It* tike! aihan suggest the prosecution of individuals ." M. FERRY & CO.,
One had passed the as likely to follow At the head of If more or less of the above
witnesses man laze of Judge Landls' offer to hear ..' v1"'lrtornlJ Detroit. Mich. 4 '
art- nr. .I.[>'> U'MM i %\"'-i;p
entrance to the Bradley house two minutes : tvllence tenl'iic to show that the tills s{ of iu'lmduals stands James B.DiIke I "--
r tli in J:IK7 Dr. fr If'rl'".>,J at(rite
before the explosion and aw a j ?onipanj had not violated the Interstate president; of the .\m'r (-:1n To- l l l'r'r"\lo'I. Via;; ut... .\; ova\.IIn.r a.grtui1T -

servant at work cleaning the pon'h.Tbe "i commerce law prior to the cast: harem con'pany and Thomas F. IJvan ellltol tit mac is Unicorn root,or Hclon.as 50 YEARS It
excluded of the evidence I its pru.i pil tta.iUM baker Tl.e l.ill and the medical properties of which it EXPERIENCE
court a part j contained I'l the present indictment most faithfully represents.
offered, including the affidavits I I the judge announced that the final or- of complaint date's the various con Of Golden Seal root another prominent

of Governor Goodmg and Detective i tier of the court imposing fines for the t rf't s and combinations back to Jan ingredient of "Fa\onte Prescription_- i)11fl

McParlaucl. which him been sent to acceptan'e of rebates froii the Chlca 1. 1!!11. and says that the defendants: Prof. Fuller Ellin wn"d.)1. Boo of Bennett -
;M"ICJ| College Chicago, sir:
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the'San Francisco Gas company which so nnd V'ton would !be t'nh'rt'Jn c_ 3_ fro'ii that tim:!' nu! ed to durjirnte the "It Nan important iit-dy in njs.>r..Ur" of

also contained contradictious of Or- It was osHmat- tolueco industry and have prom-rt'.sive-, 1 the worn' In all catarrhal conditions. .. *
and general nf'ni" nt. it is uv fi.1
.clnrd. Time court: also excluded evidence I z2 ed that the max Iv al>sorlH'd I'O'nll.tifor" and dme'itli"in I Prot John M 'lIlitl'r.\L; I).. laic of TRADE MARKS

offered by the defense" to prove imam fine un rut of business bv tttwk" Cincinnati Says of Goideneat mot : DESIGNS )
that Mel'arland had tried to manufac- / der the I.- r.:; threats or ',rii.eIn this connection it "In n'latlon'to its jr>nf ral eff.rton the r COPYRIGHTS &c.
systPia. tlirrr it nit mnliruif Her nla t Thigh AnTon enilfnz a sketch and desc-iption may
ture testimony against Ilavvrood. eQr counts on which shows: up the orzMi"ation of tl1. Unit thaT n inh yrnrntl Heuimify"t'.punnt. It iTJlrk'r;! ajirertam I..pmhahypatentable.oar opinion free CHnmunk whether aninvention ... '
President Moyer of the Miners* federation + the company .*il 'uir Eton's company in l'"il for /i 1 is unicrroiUy n-irartltii." &a tlir tunic useful in tinn all tilitah..1
state-
.I told his story of the evests I was convicted the 1"111").'.. of monfllol:7.ln-: : <' retail I'rof. 11. B.trtl:OI T. M. I).. of Jc
connected with the orz-mization of 1 Would! I.0 M.. Medical Collcio' ;I\- lti told' l.'n :>"'alaluable : sptnalvitkel without charm, in the

which lc is the head With complete :!':O.OOO. The to (-on"'fil its n<: intion with tli:* rhajria"\ Hondmz in uterine and cotisn-stivi hen.tniiaa.' uj>iu m<" nor-iiorrho Scicnfific R"1 ritan.A 1 ;

assuram-e and frlIIknhl' made general co'upaiijS l.iwyers trust but the control of the l:1ff.'r >a'piinful: rm'n-tMI:1''n' '
. handsomely illavtrated wefklr Jirtest dreolation
and particular denials of all the .- t f r claimed :gradually became known to the p'lIli, Dr I'iere'-s ra\oruo I'n",,ription!( faithfully of any iMivnl iH<*. journal. 'I'em"U m }
t rpr 'sents all th" 1'nne nniod ir- rear four months|L Sold by"u new! l<'.!erBranch \.
and told fully of I I that Fn'ler various m'.ies it is charred: that
Orchard acci'satiois it would; Jn-di..ms and cures tilt tii-C< :,La ior w Lisathey IilUtllk&Co3CiSrsadealNew York
the few occasions when l>e had been IH unprivedented the trust maintains a monopoly of 1Iiesnuff. are recommeudud.Say.Ma. .
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Uffire 23 F \'a..t\iolton.l' (
into contact with Orchard x for them to lit t-oric" and tinfoil brinesns
brought y r%: ....
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whom he had tre::te-1 as a member of / assert inno- well ac.ii ncr .",'r.t of iii" leaf tohP"ohu..in"oos '

the Ce <'rltiln. Mojer denied that he t truce of irntters of thAn!!(M ta'es.i !.'i.thrt IKILLHECOUCi

had ever piM any money to Orchard i ; not men .ViierCtnr opijnnv enable.' A m CURE THE LUHCS

lie recounted his various experiences : tx /-4/ tionc-d in the In- !ft to t'oTimf" th t1'!.. in n.iri and .

during the !'trkeriO! <.l and was allowed v' Jdietment. A 11I leaf tol>a '.:) I..hn'f'!) tl is country anlCrbi I dti'ITlIfsfe; King's

to tell most of the c'ireumstanc'es I % along during: the an-1 Porto Ku-o .

of his arrest upon the Steunenberg i, hearing they Ryan-Belmont Merger Unlawful. I t

murder barge Finally President Moyer Judge LanJls. had held th..t .Tn Tc:,' Pot ,.f tV! fed >-aI cK nit New Discovery
the entire official correspondence the court had no Jurisdiction In the .HI live
identified orrt at X.Y'.rk. i" overruling a will I beas b'ir a eoose as you!
connected with the legal aid I premises and had taken numerous exceptions demurrer: fir the Interljoroiigh-Metroi.4.v Yes my child if you don't use Price

offered by the federation to Orchard I, In the expectation of appealing I".Htt1! (' to a slit brought by MAGIC WHITE SOAP. FOR CONSUMPTION SOc & $1.00

when be was arrested on the charge of the whole! matter to the higher Rub Magic on soiled parts, leave them in Free Trial.
Steunenberg. This was explained courts CA.8TORS11l.:: wateronehour. No boiling:no washboards;
murdering Kind: Yoa!! !Have! sisals Bung1' no backache. If :you use MAGIC WHITE Guaranteed for all THROAT and +
by the general policy! of the According to promise John D. Rockefeller. Bean the SOAP Wul iron easy as mat! :has no rosin
to defend its members when William Rockefeller and other Lus like In reDo soap. Get your grocer to orderor LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY
federation Shur /p send Silo for BACK
its I box of loo Sc. cakes.
the >!lHts! of the oil
accused; of crimes and also on t treat had appeared We pay for freight. Save the wrappers. '

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THE FLORIDA STAR NEW LAW IMPOSES BURDENS A PRETTY MILKMAID .


/ Entered at the postoffice atTitaiville as Think n-ru-na It a WonderfulMedicine. I )
second-class mail matter. Lets Down the Bars for Those Who ire 1)
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Hot in Heed of State Aid,
I Kill B. Wager, Idltoraad Publisher. z Ai

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING No man in Florida stands higherin I lit
Confederate veteran circles than i.

,;. Tolstoi says the United States government Hon. Francis P. Fleming, former 3a.3;

:' : ,. is going to smash, and that governor of Florida. Therefore a .t ti\...

!* before a very great while. But word of warning from him relativeto \ 4 .

; : Mother Shipton said the same thing the recently enacted pension law y Sr..

> 1 about the earth many years ago. will be read with interest by every it.
, .. ;' > Florida taxpayer. Following is his &&l 11Ix 'i

1 A new law in Pennsylvania provides communication on the subject:
if
1 that school teachers shall be Editor Times-Union: I presumeno 7a

paid not less than $40 per month. one will question my loyalty to

In the course of time, probably, theM the interests of the Confederate vet .::
_
Pennsylvania school teachers will be eran. I devote no inconsiderablepart '*
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as well paid as the waiters in the rest of my time to promoting the
; welfare of those who have found a I\ v
taurants.,
refuge in the Confederate Home in S St

Postmaster General Meyer has promulgated this city. It is because I hold so sacred

: : an order, effective Aug. 1, the honor of those survivors of the _

{ providing that the face side of a postal "lost cause" that I am impelled

card may be divided by a vertical comment upon the pension law [en-
one-third acted by the legislature which has
line placed approximately

'< of the distance from the left end of just adjourned.The first Confederate. pension act :. _____ 'r';::: A AND R j

the card, the space to the left of the
of the state of Florida was passed in MISS ANNIE MENDREN.
i line to be used for a message, etc.,
1885, providing a pension of $5 a
E the portion to the right to be used month, and was limited to those un- It TISS ANNIE IIE DRE ,Rocklyn,

I for the address only. The order also fit to perform manual labor by rea- J.V1 \Y sh.,writer: 1
I # f that thin sheet of 'I feel better than I nave for over
provides a very pa- son of wounds received in line of
fear years. I have taken several bottlesof
T "' .. per may be attached if it completely duty and to whom such pension was Peruna and one bottle of Manalin.' For sale by the

adheres to the card,and such a paster necessary for support. This act was "I can now do all my work in the

may bear writing and printing. Ad- amended, or new acts passed from house, milk the cows,take care of the {
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milk,and so forth. I think Peruna is a'iost INDIAN RIVER
time to time somewhat
vertisements, illustrations or writing increasingthe wonderful medicine.

.; may appear on the back of the card amount and enlarging the class, "I believe I would be in bed to-day if
all disabled from I had not written to for advice. I
finally extending to you MUSIC HOUSE
and on the left third of the front. had taken all kinds of medicine, bat t
any cause, but there was always a
none did me any good.
t r, The Georgia-Florida Lumber as- property or income qualification. In "Peruna has made me a well and TITUSVILLE FLA.
' sociation at its meeting at Atlantic I other words it was the wisdom of hAppy girl." I can never say too much ,
all legislatures acting on the pensionlaw for Peruna.
Beach Monday proposed to carry resolutions Not only women of rank and leisure
except the last, to provide state
reducing the output of the praise Fernna but the industrious,use- t
t aid only to those who, by reason of ful women engaged in honest toil would
various mills of the association
: on physical disability and indigency, not be without Dr. Hartman'a world :
' the grounds that the mill men are stood in need of it. The last legisla- renowned remedy.The .

; not receiving adequate pay for their ture makes no such limitation, but Doctor has prescribed it for many
thousand women and he
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4 product. In other words the associ-
provides, besides those suffering
never fails to receive a multitude of let-
ation will force higher prices by reducing from disability, that all who are six- ters like the above, thanking him for BOBBINS
0. A. STEWART
the output of lu ber. The ty years of age shall be entitled to his advice,and especially for the won- !
derful benefits received from .
i present price of lumber is now so a pension. The war ended fortytwoyears Peruna.PROCEEDINGS GRAHAM
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%: high that the man of limited capital ago, so that a person who was IN FIRE -* co.,

I cannot afford to attempt the erectionof eighteen years of age at that time is (Incorporated. Paid up Capital 125.000.Of.
T sixty of It will DISBARMENTAction ; Insurance !
now years age. ,
a decent, home for himself and This company owns landsin
x therefore, readily appear that the i the Indian Hirer Country
If lumber G. A.
; family. higherthe Brought Against
; goes any
sixty-year provision will take in near- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA ,on the St. Lncie River,
building will grow less as only ly all the Confederate veterans in Worley by State's Attorney __ _m_ at New River and on Biscayne -

the rich can then afford to erect a the and in four John C. Jones I Bay.
state, years will takein represent some of the leading
building or own a home. I practically all. From Tuesday's Miami Record. companies of the world and any PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.Send .

The act also provides for the levy The state of Florida, ex rel, J. C. i business entrusted to me will re- for land I ist.
.! : "Back to the Constitution" ceive prompt andcaref attention .
. k of a state tax of four mills, which Jones, state attorney, versus G. A'I OFFICES
; t The indications are becoming under the present assessment, with ,Worley proceedings in disbarment, TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI

.: stronger every day that the leading due allowance for the usual insolventlist 1 is the title of a case filed this morn- I I i 1- THE I I
MARK
'. 1. plank in the national Democraticplatform will yield a sum of $500,000 per ing in the circuit court. s

t' in 1908 will be in effect, annum, an amount more than sufficient The action for disbarment of Mr. p

"back to the constitution." a few years ago to have run Worley as an attorney is based; on '' .

J Addresses were made by Judge the whole state government. The two charges of deceit in the practiceof I ; A Work of Art
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Alton B.Parker, the Democratic candidate levy, of course, bears upon the poor his profession. i I That is what home can be if
for widow and other persons of small The first relates to an alleged receiving -; ALABASTINE3ADE your
in and
president 1904, you decorate itith Alabastine. For
Hon. Judson Harmon, who was a means, as well as the wealthy.By of fees and money for the appropriateness is true art; and not I
a what process of reasoning the purpose of carrying on a case in the I only can you make your home decorations I
i member of President Cleveland'scabinet. i
::r. legislature came to the conclusionthat federal court when the petition alleges -I, appropriate with Alabastine, I
Parker but make them reflect
Judge addressed you can your
it the he had practiced in that I
was proper to tax peopleof never
the association of North Carolina i own taste in a way that is: not possible I
t the state to pay pensions to Con- court. with any other form of wall covering.Alabastine .
1._. and Mr. Harmon spoke before the federate soldiers: without regard to Affidavits accompanying the proceedings I' i i

f yk bar association of Kentucky. their property income or ability to relate that the affiant at I: i

Both called attention to the robbery earn a living, is difficult to under several times paid money as fees and) i

; of the states and the people of stand. God has blessed me with the as expenses for the conduct of an important The Sanitary'Vall Coatingis

their rights for a number of years means of earning a support for myself case in the federal court, and i I superior in appearance, in economy in durability and n swwuc I.
and family and I know of that the money was accepted but was : unique in its wor.drrf sanitary properties. You should know
for the purpose of increasing the more about it on all these points and wetbereforeextend you ,I
numbers of Confederate veterans not used in the case, and that Mr.Worley I a cordial. invitat n to visit o-.r store sev the Alabajtine color
of the federal !
power government. chart? and have the Alabas'inestencileddes: :ifin: which you
who are wealthy and: many others was not at any time a practicing can tu e >obiaclf)expou. !
Judge Parker said that the EI 1
;; great
Ask the Book
to see of
before the federal
who make gooclliyings. Why. I ask attorney <<
corporations were really behind tlv Alabattine Prize DesignsFor
in all reason, should the tax payersof court although he claimed to be such.
in his of the Sale by
president
grasping
la' powers the state he to four- The second charge relates to the I II
required
a
pay I
:'" .i I EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY ..._ _
of the
states and the
people and r .._
mill tax to enable me, as well as others a'leged taking of fees on two sidesof ;

:.ifi centralizing them in the federal I I government who do not need it for support. a case which \va- tried in th. circuit -. 2 ..

because they think they 1 to put my hand in the public crib and court in and for this county. THE PACKAGE -- _. I'

:; r; would fare better if they had to deal draw out S1W a year, on the sole The petition for disbarment'...;

!' J i; with one government only instead ground that I served in the Confederate << filed) this morning just before the ad- I t
journment of the circuit court and I I
nf performing nothing
i'-1 so many state governments. army
; served on the defendant at noon. 1
Mr. Harmon said "it would be more than my duty? It may be ansverod -
This was the sensation of the dayat
5 :. better to have no constitution at all that I need! not apply for a the court house and is the subjectof Play Ball I
# < n-ion. That i is but the much discussion.The .
if its carefully chosen terms are tn p! :: true .legi.laturc. -- general I II
; which gives me the legal rightto outcome of the proceedings
y- : be ignored or twisted and stretched will l he watched 1 with interest ball.
the pension can take no credit ifI .
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R out of shape by those who are sworn who know Mr. \\"orltIt -y. I I
do not avail myself of it. Undoubtedly i t
would that the
". general
to uphold it, whenever it stands intheir appear I !
many who do not need it will concensus of opinion i is that the proceedings ,
i.\..: way, because we then might avail themselves of the law.I will not prevail. :, A Complete Line of :

f a work out some other plan for restraining do not disfavor a pension to the '

;"" ,,-. and controlling those we veteran who is indigent and whose EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG. SI: ?A UI..I>ING'S \

: intrust with authority over us, instead physical condition is such as to pre- i .

s .Y.i., f of drifting along under the de- vent him from earning a living, but, F.DURER Agent ABASE BALL !

::1.'z.!.,' lusion that we already have one." giving the legislature credit for the GOODS
best intentions in _- Florida and
opinion this
..1.4, We call attention to the addresses my _: !
pension law is wrong and tends to Carried by
of the foregoing Democratic leaders ;
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i{t. not for the purpose of commenting bring Confederate and to lower veterans him from into disfavor the- L WesternHeats :; The H. & W. B. DREW CO.

.. on what they said, but to show how high standard which he should occu- : .)

'3t. very general is the sentiment among py. Let us hope the next legislaturewill Distributors for Florida

; : prominent Democrats that the country correct this evil and eliminate N/ of all Kinds
from the pension rolls all those who |I JACKSONVILLE
: ,. should get back to the constitu- do not need such state aid. __._ FLORIDA

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l 1: .Rt OSTANOU LODGE REASONSFor I VIEWS OF A LEGISLATORHon. Rochester Gas Engines j js


1"J.!f "' .. Buying a High Speed, Ball .

I;:_' ;; h. h the- lame- of a Club House to be Bearing Wade H. Jones, of Brevard, Passes J J SEW DESIGN ill t

"Standard" Shuttle Upon His Work In the LegislatureFrom
& ,' ';.2 Built at Clifton Rotary
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J.!!{.. .')- ..: From- the Daytona Gazette News.. Sewing Machine the Tallahassee Sun. Two.CycleThree.Port J.' *... F

> The Indian River Haulover and Briefly answering your inquiry as = .
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$ ONLY ONE REASONFor to what I hoped to do, what I did, 1 ,
: ._ : Outing club, recently organized for
"i! .-. and what I failed do in the late
buying other machine, to session One to Four s
;- the purpose of taking over and de- any Cyl :f't #
; .. t1 viz.: It is cheaper. But there is of the legislature I beg to say: ,
the situated and
veloping
property on '
:', :.. more difference in the quality First-I hoped to serve my county, faders 21-2 to
:' near the Haulover canal and owned
than in
the price. by abolishing court which
if E by. Commodore J. H. Allen of the our county 100 H. P. t '
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had become
useless
; by passing an
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Halifax River yacht club and M. S. The "Standard" ROTARY SHUTTLE ; i '

i Rowley, who owtis winter residence NEVER STOPS when the machine is in act for the transfer of the surplusfine Cut of our new design, 2 cycle, 3-port, double cylinder ..
operation. Old style shuttles start and and forfeiture fund of our county Mde up one to four cylinders, 2J to 100 H. P.
on Ridgewood avenue, will at once .
TOP TWICE to each stitch. Just thinkof .
to the road fund 5 h. 2-cylinders weight 125 pounds price complete
by securing ,
; an p. ,
begin the erection of an elegant club the extra straiu and wear that this
makes! The Standard" Rotary Shuttle appropriation to extradite the thief with reverse clutch, propellor and shaft $185 00 t;
house their holding.
on motes on continuously without a jar. who robbed Tom Tiger's grave; by 16 h. p. 4-cylinder, weight 395 pounds, price complete .. .'fJ"1 r
n This building which will be of The needle bar has only two motions to
with clutch and shaft $500.00
reverse propellor .
providing for fishing in the "dead"lakes
{ mission style, will be constructed of every stitch, whereas the vibrator bar has .
four.! of Brevard county; and by Record of "Baby Bullet" with a Rochester
coquina with tile roof. )Each of the '
No balance wheel
heavy to
required
amending the Mosquito lagoon lawso Eau Gallie to Palm Beach time 81 hoars. Entered ten races, more than 100 miles mak- 1
fifty rooms will be supplied with carry motion over the stops and starts. ing every lap with a variation of less than 30 seconds. Palm Beach to Eau Gallic, 120 miles, : =
running water and telephone and the The momentum of each stitch helps as to permit fishing in that part of 8 3.4 hours. All this ruuning without a hitch. Write me for catalogue and prices. -

make the next. the waters affected by it which lie in IEau
house will be well lighted throughoutby Less noise than any other machine. G- : PADDJSON ", .1
Brevard
electricity. RUNS 75 PER CENT. LIGHTER county.
THAN OLD STYLE MACHINES.The The gun club of our county desiredan O-ctllio : : F1.or1.c1.a t. .
Architect E. S. Hall of this city,
x fact that it is the most rapid sewing amendment to the law and tr ;1
is engaged on the plans and the contract machine made i ia: conclusive proof thatit game Why Jaudon is Not a Major. Weekly Weather Report. : ; :

-t for building will be open for is the lightest running, and good evidence our county commissioners wanted to JCPITEE, FLA., July 16. 1907. .
it is very qniet.It amend our county road law. Both The Military Department at Tallahassee Comparative statement of temperatures ;

bids in a few days. is the most rapid sewer-makes two these measures however has given out the following and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. '

Work on the building will be vigor- motions of the treadle to three of other were sug- statement In regard to an article 1907 1906 t 1
machines in sewing the of gested too late in the session to even
same length
ously pushed in order to have it com- which has been going the rounds cf DATE. ux. MIN. MIX. MIN I
seam. It makes 175 stitches while others get started. Also, I had hoped to July 10. 89 76 85 76 li
pleted in time for the coming season make 100. the press containing alleged com- 11. 86 80 87 75 :

and it will be open to desirable pat- It makes both the two thread lock take part in passing a general road plaints made by Capt. James F. Jau "" 12.. 87 70 00 76

stitch and the single: thread chain stitch.It law, an immigration law, a law 13. 86 72 86 76 I
ronage as well as the club members. don of Company L, Second infantry U. 88 7-1 84 73 ,
makes the prettiest and most elastic
child labor and law abolishing "
against
a 15. 87 75 M
75
to his failure to secure promotionto 't
It will be known as Ostanola lodge stitch. as #,
16. 88 77 87 74
Tensions not changed by change of all state institutions of learn the position of Major of the Second "I'
and the locality will bear the name Total rainfall for the week .38 inches.
speed, size of thread, thickness of goods ing and making the county highschool Battalion, made vacant by the appointment Departure rainfall for the week minus .73 i
of Allenhurst.The nor length of stitch;-what other machinecan I inches.
the institutions be John B. Parkinson
peculiar to
club was organized under the I do as much? of Major Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st minus .... 1 It
Does not break thread when machineis i fostered by tax levies. I also hoped to be Lieutenant ColoneL 1057 inches.
laws of the state of Wisconsin and H.P.HABDIS.Official '
a run backwards.The to see women made available as candidates "The statement in the article in r
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thirty of the members alone are residents "Standard" Rotary has the biggest in Charge.
effect that Jiu-
question to the Capt.
for office under the primary
The bobbin of any lock-stitch machine. Holds
of Madison. membership
s 100 yards of No. 80 cotton. laws. don was entitled to this promotion, is flow's ThlllT

-. fee is $1,000. The officers are as fol- The tension is released when taking Second-As to what I did. I erroneous. The regulations of ho We offer One hundred Dollars Reward for f

lows: J. H.Allen, president;George out the goods. pass- Florida State Troops, as published n any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by t
The shortest needle used in lock stitch ed all my local bills through the house Hill's Cats rh Cure.F. .,
Curtis, Jr.vice president; John Main, General Order No. 13, series of 1905 J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo O. '.
chines-therefore less liable bend
to
though some of them died on the .
We the undersigned; have known F. J.Cht'ney
E. T. Riley treasurer. from the Adjutant General's office
secretary; and skip stitches.
senate calendar. Besides that I for the last 15 years and believe him >.
The paid up capital is $100,000 and it Feed motions all positive-no spring prescribe the rule for filling vacancies perfectly honorable in all business transactions 3

spend between $30,000 used-hence machine will feed over all helped along many measures, moreor In the grade of major. This rule, and financially able to carry out any ob-
is proposed to
thicknesses of goods and seams without less good for the general welfare ligations made by their firm.
: and $50,000 in improvements this "chewing" the cloth no matter what which has been operation for TWO WEST&Tau AX,Wholesale Druggists.Toledo
length stitch. more especially the law against child years is contained in Paragraph 27. WALDINO KINNAN & MAEVIN, Wholesale

Will wear twice as long as other lock labor and Mr. Knight's immigration Druggists Toledo, O
year.Many of the members will build and reads as follows: Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally act-
stitch machines. law which was clogged in the slow '''"hen a vacancy occurs except by ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces -
bungalows on the property which I Best set of attachments in any machine of the system. Price 75c. per bbttle. Sold
self-adjusting, and fastened to the mill of the senate. expiration of commission, among the by all druggists. Testimonials free. I
of ten miles and
has a water frontage presser bar in place of the foot. As to what I did not do I have but majors of Infantry, a successor shall Hall's Family Pills are the best.

} is several thousand acres in extent. Best ball bearings, fitted with adjust from the captains of
one regret and that as to good roads. be elected among
There is some magnificent ham- able cone screws to take up wear. Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer, F
Most easily threaded of any machine I did not do anything and could not the regiment residing in the districtof Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf >
mock land in the tract and the club made. th3 battalion for which such majoris
do All effort toward
anything.
will engage in the culture of fruits Because all sewing machine companiesare a chosen, by such captains and the your blood is impure thin, diseased ,
': fortifying to the superiority of the"Mandard" general road law was handicappedand hot or full of humors, if you have blood

and vegetables, to which the localityis Rotary Shuttle by bringing excluded by the action of the au- colonel and lieutenant of the regiment.' poison, cancer, carbuncles, (eating sores, i '

particularly well adapted, owingto out and offering for sale rotary shuttle "The method of conducting such I scrofula, eczema, itching risings and -

the excellent water protection. machines. The machines they do not tomobile contingent in pushing their election is prescribed in Paragraph 39S : bumps, fecaoby, pimply skin, bone pains, ;II.i
"trunk line" scheme. In this ; (catarrh rheumatism, or any blood or
to defective i
attempt !It'll. knowing they are waythey "
office
\ hen the in the o
4 This will make an attractive spot vacancy skin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm
for visitors and winter residents of but, owing they do use ourcontrol them as of an basic argument patents; cut off all hope of a popular system major in the district of the Second t i I (B B. B.) boon all sores ht'al. aches ,rand

for the counties. In the matterof and the blood is made .
against rotary machines in the effort to Battalion Second Infantry, occurred pains stop -
this city, who may run down by boator sell their old style vibrator the schools I yielded, unconvinced, an election was called and the retunof I. pure and rich. Druggists or by express
automobile for a few hours or $1 per large bottle. Sample free by writing 10'I
x The Standard Sewing Machineis to the judgment of wiser men thanmyself. such election showed that CaptainJ. I Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. B. B.
several fishing and hunting as
days And so far as the questionof Donald C. Morris, of Company K,, B. is specially advised for chronic, deep-

;: they may choose. Even now there is sold by the Indian River female office holding was concerned had received all votes cast except on\. i seated case*, as it cures after all else Jails. 'J

e road with the exception of :Music Houes Titusville 1
a good why I was about the only mem As Captain Morris was the junior officer O.4.STOn.X.4. .

about a mile between Oak Hill and : but one of all those eligible foe;
Institutions of ber who had any leaning that way at Bean the Ibe IUd You Nan Atorc Bcagll 4
Higher LearningIt
the Hauloyer and this piece will be his election must be
the position, re ,
all.and I at last deemed it inexpedientto Signature: : j/ Y4 _j
completed and put in good shape by is a fact worthy of notice that lead a forlorn hope in that direct garded as indicating a general beV:: cf l-Mjf7ffieuc&/M

the club and it will then be only a Florida has two state schools of col- ion. among the officers concerned as to !.:"_

matter of two hours run by automo- legiate rank that are unsurpassed by special qualifications for the position,'
It is the fashion in
bile to this hunter's and fisherman's any other state institutions in thsouth. e tome quarters rather than as a reflection upon an! HANDY MOTH PAPER i
fuss and
.. to complain against our legislators -
of thos"
discrimination against any i
paradise.? The University of Florida
: and to belittle and discredit senior t6 him. I A moth destroyer and di-mfwtant. Placed
ducks for and the Florida Female college I
f {. Here during the inter, the men, under the
their work. I despise this sort of "The elective: system obtain in the.. rarrx-K or in folds of fur and clothing -
congregate in countess: numbers attracted for womenthe former at Gainesville it drives away moths and worry Twelve
f meanness and put the foot of my Florida State Troops up to and mclu sheets in a tea< tit carnage I'rf"I.ti,1 f 10 cents
the wild rice and other and the latter at Tallahassee,
by Six packets tents if druzzist docsn't have it.
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contempt upon it. As for myself, in ing the grade of major, promotion'above
natural feeding grounds. The finest are now well established and are receiving fat :Ma: 1 this line, the people who elected me that grade being made, as Clarkretillr*
fishes of the southern waters are here the hearty support of peopleall (Pa1 a
are satisfied with my part of thoper- as practicable, bv seniority ----- -
$ of the angler. over the state. These schools haw t.h'I I
awaiting the bait the Regulations for
.. ; I foimance. antI l the disgruntled "or- graph 2C of

The project is due to the foresight remarkably strong faculties and are irar.a"and the others:Jma\ go to Florida State Troops I it being consid John White& Co. C.
and energy of Commodore Allen and doing a class of work that is boundto ereJ that, under the conditions whicb lOISVIt. ., as.nIx6Pr 1f.: :J "
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Mr. Rowley, though the commodore tell in the citizenship of our state prevail in the National Guard, best results ": .. .
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Perhaps I may a> well add that myserwi .. ... FrI :' .
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the credit mainly toI in another generation. are obtained if the selection of Jj.' : : _
: modestly gives (
e at this t-e =ion ha increased FURS +!.4 f'7-J "
Mr. Rowley and is one which will be Very little preparatory work is being officers is left to those who are to % .i: Y trl. (
my esteem for the character amiability aJ
and indirectly done it being best serve under them. ; Hides.,1..
thought to
I, of great \aluebot1* directly of Governor Brow an!. He 'The election of company officer:: r':===. 'l.o/;; ; t. i
this work to the schools
to the whole coast section as leave high ,
not only! deals! in great matters witha is nude lt> election, also, and the rule
.. and attention that the colleges can devote their .
to the knowledge so
it will bring -- -- --
:, master hand. but he ibi and l of senioity has by no means applie.!
of throughout time to actual collegiate \\oik > FOR "l'IH.IC.\Tln'
of men means -
.f' great enough to attend! tit the littleconCl'rn 7h..ro-as illustrated :i the case of t'aepesoit
t the country the magnificent climate Through the liberality of the last Dei,,lament of the Intirn i
-* of poor and humble folk ashe rummandiEg oiic(-r of tJcoinpanv -> .
Land Ojfii-t uniHr 1U
t and great possibilities of this part of legislature each of these schools will jrtwalong.. This: according at )Miami who was appoints at June I7ih. 11W7 !

this have three large buildings Notiic ii hereby that Margaret H. 1
new jiftn
Florida. year the =ition of captain Firs
TO 'o over
my notion, i is the gauge of true i Alltn. I.nc.f the hnr for the heirs "f Fred
--- -- and other needed equipment. Lieutenant DavidV.. McComb, who L Whitl-s. ':f>'eaI of CwirUnay Fbubasfiled
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From Fertile Florida When these improvements com- :lad been in tie service everaier n"twf h< r intention to make final
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pleted Florida will have taken her t ffor C?;,tain Jaudon joined. I Ifoiucvt,".,i.l entryo.5lat2, nuiU .%njt. Itib.
Take the Postmaster's Word for ItMr.
The truckers and pineapple grow- place in the front ranks with tho estates "No s.snation: has ben receivJit I 1:Wl. far tin northeast quarter t*.-tion 13.
coast took in Tu -hip :!:is.. {wiirp.-W r.. an-I that -**!
f ers of thejower east that believe the best F.I.. Hamilton, ixMtna-tcr at fon: <>ral Headquarters from Captari ,
f will IK
: io none {>r<><> nude lirftirrl l rk < ir ->ut f onrt
considerably o\era million dollars Ci err\\alf, Iixl. kevp-1 al-o atcM.k <,{ .JJ'J' on. an,1 it is b.l.nej three th ':IIK at Titii-villf 1a: on July .'1th HII'". s
when it the education .
to
4 too good comes .
_\'rwral IIl\'r'Jlandi and patent m r li.t"ill SI. IMTTI' )rte .ill',wlu;,: vutm-v.1-.> timvwhtr
y" for their crops this season. of their boss and girls. s. I II.. rays: "l"hallll.'rlli, ('..lie. has mm nti*-quoted" fo- the un:nil mlltillllHlI- idrnee: iip"ii. ;.rd! :.tiva-
f Cholera and Dun-tinea hemedv i is standard itc1r* act:on attribute! to mm woul ti'tn of tie ->aid l :..11<1. \i7: F:.l";ml 'M w aley! _
known Tuition in these schools is free to -1If1. II Sam-. 1;. B. I. !:....h.'. ...,.1 K .1. La1s
of Monicello, here in its line It in erfiil* tn Mite ( -
t D. H. Gilbert, ; :>o out 'f :lcr "'pin; with tae: record -> ... ',
I h ill of( r'1
all Florida students and other 'o u-fiMV
expenses 'au'faction1.tI mnld htnllafionJ 'If
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.. as the "watermelon king" has ship- ,'. this officpr" : JlEXIY *.. c'II'-rl:. I.. :!:_t-r. r
it For sale H-d
are reduced to the minimum.No be without by : Cr<>!'-
u peo147 carloads of melons'out of the I Pharmacy .1I"II inner Pnrg 'tore.OT1CIS .
I boy or girl need now go out into '
state and is now moving Georgia TITUSVIL ,E LIVERY STABLE "
i life without the advantages of college .

t stock. training, for everyone can af- \oti4C i4 herein"given that thetas avMa..rnillimtt Feed and Sale Stables

t. A watermelon that weighed 76 ford to pay the necessary expends with the imanl of '-..nnt\ cotuimssmuersof -

T. H. Sligh, of these institu- Bretarl county Florida, at thclerk's ..
pounds was grown by of a course at one othre at ita-ville. Flondi. the 5th SADDLE HORSES j

of Lady Lake. This was only one of tions. Jay of\upi-t.; HII).. for the purpose uf hear

large pecii Prof. R. M. Evans, of the Kissim- mzronipl.tint'sanJ: rcct-ivin? testimony as t\ BUGGIES .
t exceptionally
several the value of any property real or J>ers nal a*
mee High school was in Tituille f sad h\ the county assessor of taxes for th1 SURREYS
: mens. rear l'J7 and 01"perf..tinl):. reviewing and
Thursday representing the abovementioned e > Daytona has caught the celery state schools.A County Comr's' T. J. COCKHUTTbeal :! .
fever as parties there are to i Chairman pro Uru. of Board of all kind l lJ.
growing of County Commisssf>ner5,
j : engage in the industry extensively. stock company bas been organizedin Attest. Brevard ('o, Florida. Hauling, Etc.

lands in the state for the of erectinga A. A.STEWIRT, -
richest Quincy
of the purpose
I Some Clerk Circuit Court and Clerk of M. OSBAN Titusville Florid '
t are found about that place. hotel to cost 10000. Board of County Commissioners. .






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6; .: I THE .FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, JULY 19. 1907 ;

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,k-** V t ITEIS OF 'NEWS. BEST -FOB THEBOWELS -- I l'I' .

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IN FAIR FLORIDA ,. >.

I If yon t Ten't regular,k llhy movement of the
)wu Ul will be. :
every or Keep your
What is Done Towards the De- joweli open cJa1'lII'n. la (
,Being Violent physic or illw poison red h-Pfh:
smoothest,easiest most perfect way of keeping
Tdopment of the Peninsula the bowdU tleu and CANDY clean u to take


N Hillsboro's millage tax for 1907 has t CATHARTIC Typewriters :1

been placed at 18 1-2 mills.

r 4 A good flow of oil has been struck

$' .: on a farm near Qulncy in Gadsden 0----- ______ _____ ____

county.

% Ar lodge of the Independent Orderof .t Agents for the Celebrated

Odd Fellows will soon be established
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
In Delray. Pleasant Palatable. Potent, Taste Good Do
Good Never Sk "n.Weaken or Gripe;10.Hand
4 The. board of county commissioners M cents per box. Write for free sample,and book.
let on health. Address 433 FAYSHOLES'Typewriter
of Volusia county has fixed the millage Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York.

? tax for 1907) for State and county pur KEEP YOUR _BLOOD CLEW
# poses at 191-2 mills.

k Harry J. Snyder, a young postoffice. The government receipts at Tampafor

clerk of Pensacola, has been arrested the fiscal year ended June 30,1907,

f after having been caught rifling a de- from customs, internal 'revenue and

letter in the mails. postof lee were 12,523,763.40. For the
;. coy registered ___ ___.__h__ __ ______ ...
.M The state rifle competition for the year ended June 30, last the figures

promotion of rifle practice first an- were 2711796.47, showing a net in-

nounced to be held July 15th at St. crease of $186,033,07. 1,000 now used in FloridaSecondHand

r .. Augustine, has been postponed until W. H. Cooper, engineer at the Dominion ..

9 o'clock a. m, Monday August 5th. Phosphate Company's plant

%t The Charlotte Harbor and Northern near Bartow, was terribly scalded

Railway has completed its track lay- Wednesday morning by the burstingof

ing and work trains are now operated a steam pipe in the engine room.

'' from Fort Ogden Junction in DeS to Although his body was literally cook

county to Boca Grande. ed, the man lived until Thursday

morning, suffering the most intense
Hon Frank Adams of Jasper, senator -
agony. The dead man leaves a brideof
from the thirtieth district, has for
three months.
: warded to Governor Broward his resignation \

to take effect on the election Governor Broward has appointedM.

s of his successor at the regular election A. Brown of Jacksonville, to be In-

-, S in November 1908. spector of naval stores for Florida
a Cigar shipments from Tampa for
i Sheriff Will Edwards
was -
Deputy -- --- -- -- - -
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the week ending June 29 were 5,010-
probably fatally shot at River Junction
000. Previously reported shipments i
Saturday night while in the act of
present year 134,225,000. Total ship
i arresting two negro women. The TypewritersALL
ments, January 1 to June 29, this year
shooting was done by a negro, John
139,235,000.: Total shipments same
Bright, who is cow under arrest.
period of last year, 123055000. Increase -
i The State Railroad Commission has MAKES ALL PRICESTerms
this year, to June 29, 16,180-
appointed Frank Damon of Tallahassee 000. ,

a civil engineer said'to have had to Suit
Information comes from Levyville <
? considerable experience in railroad
r of a serious loss to LeRoy Wood cf .
construction and engineering, as official
( S Inspector of railroad properties in that section, the cattle King of Levy TypewriterRepairing a Specialty
1 Florida. county who has suffcre\ heavily from

the long drought, having lost about
Fernandina's expo-t shipments for ; one hundred out of a bunch of five -- -- ----- --- -
i the million dollar mark : *
June passed
hundred twenty
cattle
or per cert.
f! in valuation. The items were: Lumber RIBBON"S:
This loss is
it reported, has been caus-
si coastwise, $351,084; lumber, foreign ed by bog the ponds and brooks dry
$40,597 phosphate, $198,830; turpentine .
; ing up and cattle in an endeavor to
We Ribbons be
risIn guarantee our to Non-Filling and
total
$272,817; $280,932; reach a small pool of water boggingup

1114860. and dying. It is said that in one Durable "

Several prominent business men of bog there were found at one time

Melbourne have had the dredge Toaio- twenty-seven head, which represented 75 cents each, or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach-

ko of the Florida Coast Line Canal a great deal of money.-Gainesville
ine. Any color.
and Transportation Company dredge Sun.

deep water channels from the Indian

river channel to the entrance: to Crane Best Medicine in the World for Colic
and Diarrhoea"I
Creek, thus opening tavigation to the
docks at Melbourne.Mrs. .' find Chamberlain's Colic: Cholera CARBON PAPER
and Diarrhoea Kerned to be the best
S. R. Hudson, wife of the editor remedy in the world," :tysr r. C. L.
of the Orlando Sentinel-Reporter. Carter, of Murom; Ala. "1 am subject to Our Carbon Paper is the Best. $1.65.to $4.00 per
I colic and diarhoea. La t spring it seemed
mushrooms. She has
was poisoned by
.} as though I would die, and I would if Ihadn't box, 100 sheets to the box.
always gathered them and was considered I taken Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera -

infallible in recognizing the I anti Diarrhoea I'eimdy, and this Can furnish any size, any color.
I agarleus campestois, but in this Instance I morning I feel like a new man." For
sale! by lied CThS 1'liarm.uy and; nllerI
made a serious mistake, which
I Drug; Store.
F has come near costing her life though
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yew happily, she is now considered out of To prove that Volusia county rais

; t danger.An ed watermelons are prized by: some R. C. DAVIS & C07Jacksonville

alligator parading the streets above all others we cote the fact tint .

about eleven o'clock Tuesdy night :Mr. J. A. Shields, who is now at his

:. frightened several belated citizens, i summer home in Prtsburg where he

T more or less, according to the partio. I Las access to the finest fruit grown, Fla.

lar brand they had been indu'ging in. I says he has been unable to find any k'

1* The length of the reptile was variously !watermelons that will compare in ,

estimated from four to six feet II crispness and flavor to those grown on

; When the editor saw it, it was only his place one and a-half miles south

t about five feet long. But it was a of this city. Since the fruit began ,,,
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!a, genuine 'gator.-New Smjrna Breeze to ripen his attentive caretaker, Mr. == =- "''tZIiCa

.' 4 The little town of Ojus is forgin- J<:s. Livingston has been making 9" I .
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i ahead in all ways and visitor to the weekly shipments in an effort to keep

village would be astonished at the 11 r. Shields supplied with the luscious

t i progress of the little burg. Recently olusia melon.-Daj tor.a Halifax Jour

$ work was commenced a handsome I.al. i

I ; I stone church and within a short
Cured of Lung Trouble"It R QUEEN OF SEA ROIITE
vrhile the structure will be ready far :

.. s-ervice. The farhls around Ojus.10'r'., i is now elevenears since I had a h. iLLAbidDDW : 1
narrow es -aloe from consumption," writer CHA i
exceedingly well since the recent CO. 4
Floyd, a leading liiiMne nun of
showers and new life seems to havo Kers-haw, S. C. "I had run down in ,r
.a been put into the fruit trees and tegs- weight to l.V pound, and coughing wa J/ / < /
I Y a constant both day <::> /' Jt Merchants & liners
tables in that section.-Miami Record l and ni;!lit. Finally I v" ."? y.,/-/ Steamship Lines
began taking Dr. King's! New DiM-oxery,
J and continued this for about six months*, : i-}"' :':'.f
i :Bad Burn Quickly Healed when my cough and Inn,; trouble were ; .\ t1 ( : --BETWEEN .
ti "I am so delizhted with what Cham about gone and I WPS restored to my normal P. L.r3.ll. \

S ry" herlain's Salve has done for n.e that I ; weight, 170 pound" Thousands of -M."; .;" {:. : NNBALTIMORE
R fVel bound to write>and tellon "0 o," says persons are healed e\eryjear. Gnaran- !:. -... & PHILADELPHIA. f
f Mrs. Robert Myttnn, .!:>"John St., Ham teed atTitimille Pharmacy and Banner ,
ilton, Ontario. "My little daughter had Doh; tort'. 5Oc.'. and $Ll>I1. Trial bottle
? A few does: of this mjrdv ill invariably -
a bad burn on her knee I applied ChxintwUin's free. cure an ordinary attack of Direct Connections for .
a Salve and it healed Iwauhfnlly. -
} e ." This salve the l For Over Sixty Years llianh a.
allays painof burn
a
almost instantly. It i is for s ie bv. Titus- Mrs. Winslons' soothing Sjnip ha even It can in tle ah"as1t more severe>pt'Il.1t"llnpon attack (IfCT.nnp Washington New York and Boston.
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file! Pharmacy and Banner drug :Store. been used for over sixty years by millions .
colic and choler tin rl>' !'
of mothers for their children
while teething ,
It is equally Mirce'fc.tnl' for snimnerdiarrhce.i .
with perfect Fit Ct't>8S. It soothes! the :
't child, softens the and cholera ii-fantnm in Throu sli tickets on sale at
ail
gums! allays pain, principal pointsAccommodations
CASTOR IA children, and fa the meat of raving
cures wind colic, and is the best remedy 1
the lives of children each
many year.
for diarrhoea. It will relieve 'I and
s the
For Infants and Children. littlesuffererimmediately. poor When reduced with water andsweetened cuisine unsnrpav.ed.SEND .
Soldbydrugrists it is pleasant to take. FOR *
The Kind You Hare in every part of the world. Twenty- BOOKLET.
Always Bought five cents bottle. Be Every man cf a family honld keep
a and
sure ask for
this
remedy in his home. Bny it now.
Bears the d // take"Mrs.no Winslow's oth-"r kind.Soothing Guaranteed Syrup,under" and PRICE, 2;r c. LRGC SIZE. >)c. H. C. AVEKY, Com'I Agent; Jacksonville '

i i SiguatureOf the food and dregs act, June 30th, JWXJ. J. C. WB1TEY, 2d Y. P. &: T.L, W.P. "
dPS TURNER
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;1t f.mAYiJ. LY 19..1907 THE FLORIDA STAR 7 j j

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read $24 per day instead of $%5 per Death of Judge Swayne l- 1 tl

1 ** -* day according to the contract but in 'I Judge Charles Swayne of the United < tI
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copying the amount in the total column States court for the northern districtof li "
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she copied it correctly; 29 daysat Florida, fled at the University cf

Axle $25 per days making $725. And Pennsylvania Hospital In Philadelphia i \'

QreaseIdps these are the figures that are carriedout Friday"afternoon. Judge Swayne had 1

in the column. Therefore Instead been suffering for some time from ,

the Wagon up 'f the account being approved for S29 complicated kidney troubles and was

more than was earned, it is approvedfor brought to the residence of GardnerW. I .. '.
the Hill
+ exactly the correct amount, $725, Kimball, his son-in-law, for treatment i <<
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: a and team wear longer-You ui:;lie "
looking at the contract and calculatIng not improve and later was removed to
"K .more money and have more time : Itj
the number of days.In the hospital, where an operation was
_- to make money,when wheels are
greased with the hurry of the closing days of ,' performed on him last Tuesday week The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been J'

the session the typographical error of' He improved, but in a few days he in use for over 30 years, has home the signature of '

lea Axle Grease the stenographer in the copy of the account again began to fail. Judge Swayne' and has been made under his personal -

as the rate per diem was not name became familiar to the reading tJ jfJr-r 7*" L. supervision since Its infancy. I '!

=The longest wearing and most discovered until after the report; was public a year or two ago through an mzfVJr'CttcSitlt Allow no one to deceive you in this. ;

: satisfactory lubricant in the world. filed. attempt to impeach him for high All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good are but F.;I :

A STANDARD OIL CO. "As chairman of the committee, I cnmes and misdemeanors. His trial Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of .

gy approved the account for the total took place in the United States Senate Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.

amount that was actually due, and afterwards the close of the first ses

BUCKMAN STATES THE FACTS. that total_amount Is correct."I sion of the Fifty-ninth Congress. The What is CASTORIA '

would not deem* it necessary to trial lasted for five or six weeks during

.ti Was No Error in the Bill of Haskins have answered this proposition but for which the Senate sat as a court Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OQ, Pare-

.. & Sells. the fact that the articles referred to and a large committee of the House goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant* It VV'

are using what they assume was an appeared daily as prosecuting attor-
A recent dispatch from Tallahasseeto contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio ?

the Times-Union said that the new error to cast reflect!jn upon the workof neys. Swayne was represented by a substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms f'

committee appointed to investigatethe the accountants and the committee. number of lawyers and many wit- and allays :Fercrishuess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind ,f -

acts .of the trustees of the Internal I "When the whole of the proceedingscf nesses were called both for aud Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation ;

Improvement Fund had found an the committee shall be published, against him. The specific charges and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the \- '

error of $29 in the bill for services the work done by them within the time were that he did not reside in his district Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. I < 1'

rendered by the experts employed by allowed will show for itself, and I presume that he made excessive charges The: Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. t ."t:1--.: s.

s the legislative committee and placing that this will be done when the against the government for expenses,

F b the blame on Senator Buckman for present commission shall have finished that he used his position to extort favors GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS .: [
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= placing his O. K. on the document. In its labors and made: its report. from railroad companies, and that

a letter to the :Times-Union, Senator Respectfully, he sat in a case in Florida, in which Bears the Signature of ,

H. II. BUCKMAN, his wife was personally interested.The .
Buckman says:
"Personally I am ready to stand any Jacksonville, July 2. trial resulted In his acquittal by a n i
vote which was almost strictly along I
r criticism upon my official acts, feeling
amply: able to defend them and I would Wise Counsel From the South"I party lines. r'

not answer this matter at this time, want to give some valuable adviceto The original charges against Judge # r
those who suffer with lame hack and] Swayne were made by RepresentativeLamar '

:1, but that ot the it committee reflects on through the other certified me members and of kidney Beck trouble, Tenn.," says"I have J. R. Blankenship proved to an, his time of Florida.when not He engaged generally in spent his The Kind You Have Always Bong'ntIn V

the firm of Haskins & Sells, absolute certainty that Electric Bitters
public accountants of New York will positively cure this distressing con- court duties at his home at Wilmington -
dition. The first bottle gave me great relief Del. Use For Over 30 Years. j
which is not fair to them. few bottles 1 I
/ and after taking a more CarTua It" '
1
THf COMPANY. TT MUMHAT MULCT MW TOUT Cm.
"The articles in question state that was completely cured, so completely thatit .
IW' ::5ii '"Yi'io\: ''''' '''
an error has been discovered in the becomes a pleasure to recommend this : How to Cure Chilblains"To "' :1
Sold under at. .
remedy. ganrantee ,
great
accounts of the public accountant em- enjoy freedom from chilblains"writes ,
and Banner
Titusville Drug
ployed by the committee appointed by Store. Price Pharmacy oOc.Making John Kemp, Eat Otisfield, Me. : f.
I apply Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Hare t7
the actions !
the legislature to investigate also used it for salt rheum with ex- .
h. and doings of the trustees of the Splendid Progress.On cellent results." Guaranteed to core fev-

14 internal Improvement fund, amountingto ; last Monday the first train of t'r sores, indolent ulcers, piles', burn, 11i
wounds, frost bites and skin diseases.! 25c. VICTORTalking
$29 and that the account was approved the Florida East Coast Railway extension at. Titusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug

by me as chairman with that crossed over the trestle connecting I Store. Machines Supplies and :rs
error; or in other words, for |29 more .

than they were entitled to. Upper and Lower MetacnmMe Protest Against Heavy Tax. -/5 ; Records sold by the r"

second Keys, and proceeded to the lower cal
"This is not true.: At the The property owners of West Palm :

meeting of the committee, at which all of the latter thus marking another Beach have entered a strong protest
INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE 51'Florida
I the members were present, it was unanimously .stride In the building of the extension against the proposed action of the i-cr .

voted to employ Hawkins & I to Key West, says the Miami Metropolis. 1
commissioners of Dade County in levyIng ,,,.. CJi' M..tery otcs rr TITOSYILLE FLORIDA
Sells of New York, who are considered a special road tax of 5 mills for !WJ ,

tt among the best public certified accountants For some time past trains have been the year 1907. The petition, which -

in the United States, it being run to the central supply station a: has been in circulation at West Palm

the the lower end of Upper Metacumble! 1
the unanimous voice of committee Beach, is as follows:

that no local accountants Key, carrying supplies and material to "To the Honorable Board of County

should be employed for the reason that that point but now that it goes several Commissioners, Da.;e County, Fla. East Coast Railway t 'If

whatever the result of their examina miles further, or to the lower end "Gentlemen: It having come to the t '
;4, tions, they wished it to be free front of Lower Metacnmbie Key, tae building notice of the undersigned tax payersf Local Time Card No. 70. In Effect April *, 1W7. 5

any claim of local influence, and by accountants operations will be further facilitated Dade County, Florida, that your SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.M'So.n j t 6"tNo.

suc'-i national reputa-- and expedited. Honorable[
r having Body purposes levying a 25 f
3&o. O.
.
the Another significant step in the culmination 29 ST.\TIO. '" k"78'I t
tion as to give confidence that special road tax of 5 mills for the year 00 Daily lJaily DaiIJ1 """"

work was properly and exhaustively of this gigantic and hazanl 907; we hereby respectfully enter our 00 ( 6 urM :!.. Lv.. _._..._Jail:,...nvtlle.;......_.Ar 7 z.rII: s 5wM OOp4 .......J '
enterprise is that operations ota L" 6 (K:1I: 193 '" .__.. South Ja'kwnsi1e.Lv 71w''' 842a; r-'J
performed. ous i protest against the same for the followIng "0 79vs to40a'! .......__..;t. .\uti tJne..._.._ .. 61rrt'I 740sv7sn j
"The committee, therefore, made a the trestle, which is to span the deep reasons: d : 11 l'+rv"-------; 1Ia.'in !!....- ..... 52-vW 545aM rn -
..._ .tka..m..b S 1' 6 7rvtc '
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contract with this first by which they and treacherous waters of Bahia Honda 'First-SaM tax if so levied, will _8 ;,....'I}1'2 1..r :1r..::_:: __ J'al aha_____.i.v 4 4 lD1iIi, S 1 0

were to employ two men; a.principal channel, are to be commenced at ba contrary to law, no notice having -e3 in 7 4 z't, I1 15V I.v......._. .....i'a: _._.__.: > 'jjI\,\ 6 5esv' 'rl92'1 "1- Z ,
established there 52wAr.__ 'an attYrw ._ _.Lv 3 5 10:11 ......
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accountant at ?25 per day and an as- once a camp being been given of said special levy as required M : << 7 "A"l.v _:an Slater-...-...-:::.Ar 9 iIOr'IIl 7 4'. ''' r-1 1
together with within the next few days. by law."SecondThe. 0\ /:x 13 kSa: Lv.=._.__Inuneib......__..Lv 4 S 3"1: t
day "
sistant at $15 per sustenance Ever since the project of buildia:; ; N rJ'J 9 112: \ -110, !,. ...__......_I1\oO.t._.__ 4 IfeMl S 2->:"1 .......J 4d ,
and tax will 3 5s 4 5;
their traveling expenses levy cf said d 9 475 1 1a' ltrmoud- :
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I
44'sMl3U
I === ..== 34:5.
the extension was first launched, tae rJ'J.- J ( 12rM Iaytona. \
and later an additional man was 1:= onerous and burdensome to rr.any C': I"I ir..1 _._fort urange_-.-- 3 5vvl I 4 3'i' ::r '
the committee in order to problem of trestling and spanning BA- Lax payers of said county of Dade, and 1-4 10 : added by .
} the most difficult .a L I"\r. : :. I.ke ilelen __....:Lv ;! 4:. : .v riu ..
facilitate the work, at $15 per day, hia Honda presented should not of right be levied ct this r 1' 2;;!hllj-' 4 3-'P.t, .... :-' =..-Orange City; ..._,--.1" 1': 3:..1'-6,)' 191;, ,.... h.,....., '" ,
i3 3rI': 6 iP-s ..
problem. IJ 4. 1I11':1 1------ n-e.51tr Jrrrt_ .. ...
1' and expenses. time, when the county is overburdened L ;_ ::: .!: ,
sustenance .
___ ..1r 2(" -10:rv 0 ... Io
be done the success of I \0 tV'! : tips \ New Smyrna.- .
r "Anyone familiar with the employ If this can with debt, and is now 'eing taxed witha r ,11 1'.vs' 2ia4i 1 .. ..._.___."aIfiii.._.__.. 2s; 340r'i' I... 4
the enterprise is assured. Then I II : sMI, 31:r.-ti.\r... ._..__Tl1\'m: .........-::.. I'\'I 1 : s 5CO ":kv' ..
accountants will appreciate burdensome tax with whic'j to pay = :: ,
rcent of such rJ'J : ...'.\r--a.r,1 _.4.v 1at.v 6'.s: e.,. -- 1
sanguine 11I .W --
that these are the usual figures:: for gineers and promoters are its indebtedness. 1-4 I G :.,s' ;::21 :.0/0'11 Lv:._ __... 'u4ur.I _._._.:. :.'.1'I 6 trc'v, Iurv t:) viI
of the result, and the attempt is now .._.. Tltll \'me\r: 1 :"-es s 11" r" '
:: : t.v. "
that -v a ew Q
larger ; "Third-Your protostants I lit + -
such work:, as any say 1
experts upon ___t'aeoa___Lv I lira 22.11:
:: :
This is taken to mean I 12 h'lll 3 e1CYt """ t
business house in the country can ver to be made.. iL their; judgment, it 'vould b j a wiser 4_ U 12.rr!1 :3 :':;''2. _J.ncU.-e_._ ,". I Up!'1 21o v, J ,...: r
that the trestlin; of the channel at 10"1 (':.. 42a _1-A11 fame 1:4s 1 14;;. Mo 4V4 .
ify. policy, if high taxes have to exist, that 1 Iv:: 4 :::! a ::__): lbourlle-: 11Siev :y.: 3 fir f "
Knight's Key is to be delayed until the I. : II; 5 11 _.:-tLt\stku.__ It 4-:5 LL i,. r
contract anl all the proceedings hey be made for the 'urpose of reducing ., l.nete_.._ 10 5ev' Ir P.rv'r. '
"This 't.
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::: 2 ':p Sacs -- .
I at the pres :3aha Honda problem has been so4v- the outstanding,; county !Indebtedness 1-4. ., ;; 0 :w: 6 n... "-_furt l"if er_._ 1) r.,r.' H :.'.W, Z i
are in the possession o 4 a :oe5,, S ;:>I, __ .. TI1.t..Ib. _._" 16 IS .! 11 v.1.t ..<, Z
" time of the commission appointed e.J.The rather than for the purpose CJ 3a'1: Gi1J', E'1en.........__" i', I by 11 1":1' (; + .-V"i '.
tnt
Water at Knight's Key 13 deep, ... Yer .n ii "- v. 0 +
under the act of the gislature to sue above specified."FourthYour. ( : : :) -- --=: -- : : : ,t.I t.
l' of with a fairy gool harbor ant it will the 5 !j i : "f;. ..: ;:. :. : :
more
its work protestants i
in ,
,
eted the committee sort of port far :.. !I' .41Ji'1 _....Nest J,, ...f.._ 'J2.1; i. rJ'l
And had the Sun's informant be maintained as a earnestly protest against this special y J .:..J a !!:r., "IT' : _\\e1 i'e1m'e4(b__ : 8 4711' 9 "'vCJ .
investigation. : ships anl cargoes while the I 4'AI 8 i; r.,nar.------__.. 1\ ":, :J'v 0 tr
I" looked at the contract or at JanJiiis levy tax for that, for revettl:; years Q) .. : a :a .. .. 8 is ;v S : ,-

the minutes of the committee or had other' rK work at the is various in progress.points All along of th the; hey have been for road paying a special without, and W r : ; ; X ; : : : ? .r S I J

" the other papers that have copied entirely satisfac high taxes purposes r.ri .,.:'1 10 : .J _--Lew.'f."ity_... n' I S 44w b..J.. Nr" : "
line is progressing i-cnefiis; . _.... t'.... 3
investigated it, receiving equivalent or ju-t i '_" i5 3 .k \1' __ [! 6J! : to
these communications torily. "I"V __ 11'_._.M.a111i....__....... ..lr ___. _.' i 1. y P J
would have ascertained that no.. frcm the heavy taxes so paid by them h':7, _..._'A".fI..f'1t"-t"M..._.... ..:I.\ ...... ..... l- .e "
they Creek preparations are ------ \
(I \( Jewish and they have no a.-surance that un- -- 1 i fSn.
-tndcy.
error exists. for building an immense :Ilf.ily.t.: : I.t
'ofnlor
way der this special levy that there will t,
bill ofI '. :
_' copyt.f the las O.1" I. 'So. 2(
'r No
"In making a :
This trestle will oecostly .
trestle. .. Sn
I against : :Ski. i 'Duih :"o.JII .0.0 : 'J2 3 "''a1.& !
discrimination
be less '
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It. 1
the clerk: of the committee any i \1.\'TOUT IIA CH f
:
accountants, .1 :
the of piling an idea of its length .nnI'silr' :* flail' Il.x Daily 1Jai11Ia11
made the copy put down them, in the outlay of said taxes when who I
that the
I being had by the fact compa- '* ,. ......... : .-1(jJO\'I\-i.... :
of 25, making; it collected. ://e4 V.M.uw.'v: : : :* i'j uui lv._ aAlk.u sSi.r. Ar70fWvj: ;r
the figures 24 instead ". expects to use forty thousand piling : ;J !+"96 .....111' v-"J IU( ':1.-1.,. JarkN.nviliArGs.:':'1:111 1"--.I.ae 93.4r: 1
:Oaev'Ma5t''v 10 :'.'.:* l.v...._..PaMIlearh....._....Ar5ruvC'ts1251W11: 8..PtII ..i
regularly to take their places andpiers .' !' ;I'vt.v----ithtntrl.ait.rSJ' : ;' 1- '." -v'i"4a t> 3T;M '
1" ;v; J'.v.V -J 1
The Doctor Away from Home When in the building of It. The healthof : :.( 4--'S: : -.<:; :. .* (/ :. rAi------------ -;i---------: I ".;;: :: Y i- n ()till' 8 3*>VPEaJiStlAR .

People are often Most very Needed much disappointed the men is excellent and the mosquitoes utt'sPilis -AND OCCiDESTAL STEAMSRI! [? CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.! !! ,I

i are bad only ?.t a few points. .
to find that their family physician *
away from home when they most needS While men are leaving every day Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company. ; t

his services. Diseases: like cramp colic to return to theIr
for vacations, or HAVANA.
KEY WEST AND
morbus! prompt treatment FOR TORPID LIVER.
and cholera require
homes in the North, others are arri--
)' and have in many instances proven A torpid Iherderanges the whole Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers. jj
take their place. and
,_ fatal before medicine could be procuredor ing regularly to system, and produces
physician summoned. The niht way the indications are that there will '>c 4 to arrive at and
a SICK HEADACHE,= The>e TIme Tables show the times at which tronma' t e exict depart
is to" keep at hand a bottle of Chamber- let in the progress from now on. Rheumatism from the several Cation?, bntUietrarrlTal le; lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem- no up Dyspepsia, Costiveness, nor Is thla Company to be heM refipon&Ibl for say delay- ar.y consequences arising tterefrom.
No physician can prescribe better ------- -- Sallow Skin and Piles.
I ._ edy.medicine for these diseases. By havingit O.4.STOR.lA! There is no better remedy for these For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
in the house yon escape much pain and Sun tie rlhe Kind You Have A'ways Ert.tSgutue common diseases than DR.TLTT'S "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
and all risk. Buy it now;it may LIVER PILLS as a trial Mill pro\e.
< ., ; suffering save life. For sale by Titusville Pharmacy I cf %.,&< Take No Substitute. J. D. RAHNER. As t. Qea'l Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

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. VIce-Presidcnt and ,4
T' -_' FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemiker. Forty with the mowing machine and it ist| JAMESPBITCflABD.Prcsident. WINSTON S.BBANNINO.

, tt'_ .:;s'. yean done,nice experience and ; all also kind ladies'of ana repairing men's to be hoped that the cutting of the

I t f"l'-" .1':- hoes made to order.cheap; will tall somewhat grass in the discourage groves and the yards mos- My Hair is 'Indian River State Bank: j j4


LATEST COUNTY ,,-
; quitoes. J "
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Mr. 0. N. Page is planning a va-:: Extra LongFeed COUNTY :DEJOsrrony
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: MS NOTES cation in the near future, but it is'I' Authorized Capital,100,000; Paid-up Capital, $25,000; Average Deposits, $200,0001,

very hard for anyone to leave home TRANSACTS A
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That to Hale while help is so scarce. hair nourish it; .d
Little Happenings Help your ;
! it something to live on. GENERAL BANKING BllSINESSI1.LARIEST
give
. .: Up the Weekly HewspaperCOCOA All the World Then it will stop falling, and .
" knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment has 0.
t.ft. .. no superior for rheumatism, stiff joints, will grow long and heavy.Ayer's AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER ;
"
cuts, sprains, lumbago and all pains. ',
: Mrs.E. Stradley,who accompanied Buy it, try it and you will always use it. Hair Vigor is the only Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated. a;
Mrs. Williams to Any body who has used Ballard's Snow genuine hair-food you can Prompt service polite treatment and every favor consistent
her daughter, ,
with consultative banking grantedCORRESPONDENTS
Linimenis of what it does.
i' a living proof
North Carolina arrived home last buy. It gives new life to the .x
,
h' All we ask of you is to get a trial bottle. :
' r wee Price 25c.,5Oc:and f 1.00. Sold by Titus- hair-bulbs. You save what
ville Pharmacy and Banner Drug tore. Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, New York City;The Atlantic National Bankof
Mr. end Mrs.'Roy Packard and hair you have, and get more, Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida

baby are at home, having visited EAU GALLIC too. And it keeps the scalp

. Jamestown and other points of in- Little rain during the past week. clean and healthy.The TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.E. .

terest. best kind of a testimonial
Mosquitoes are disappearing.The "Sold for over sixty years.A ."
F+ 'F Mr. John Gore's new home on Mulberry L. BRADY & BRO. '
concert last Friday in the W. by J.C.Ayer Co..Lower Joaaa.A.ao ,
street is rapidly nearing com- manufacturer of
F
f O. W. hall was a success. \P\KUA.
pletion. Mr. Gore evidently believes Mrs. C. J. F. of Melbourne \ ijersSAKS Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products.
Campbell
in plenty of room as it is quite a I : Y PECTORAL ,

L large house. was calling upon friends in We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mspes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
Eau Gallie last week. in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices oo
a. Mr. Key has bought out Mr. Al- Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E.L.BEADY&BEO.TrrrsviLLE FIJI.
len's interests in the well driving Mrs. J. H. Andrews, of Walton, few days for Jamestown and will visit

Fla. is the of Mr. and Mrs.A. Washington and also their farm in
outfit. Mr. Allen left Waycross, guest
Ga., his sister and brother both be- R. Hodgson this week. Maryland before returning. S. or N"ORTON",

ing very ill. Alex Near will leave for New York Conductor Preston B. Williamswas lIay (:rain, Fruit and
unfortunate enough to hurt Staple and Fancy Groceries lroduce of all Hinds
Mr. R. B. LaRoche and sons:have shortly. Mr. Near will spend some ,
time with friends the Hudson himself by slipping on a piece of
been getting their new ,home ready on T''EGET..J1BLES.4 SPECIALTY .
t river. smooth iron last week and is at home
for occupancy. They will move in i
for: a few days recuperating.Capt. Tifu.svillo, : : F1or:1c1.a.:
this week. Mrs. G. F. Paddison and family
--- --- ---
E. S. Coutant and Mr. H. J.
will leave for Ohio about the 10th.
r Packard's health is im-
Mrs. J. M. r=Jr r=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=J= == ==========r=r=I i
Mr. Paddison will take vacation Magruder returned Sunday from a
proving and we hope she will soon be a
up and about as usual. later in the season.J. !I trip to St. Augustine and Jackson- TITUSVILLE BOAT CO.
ville. They went through the canalin
The dance in the opera house last E. M. Hodgson and family will

Thursday night was a pleasant one. leave for the north next week and St.Capt.Augustine.Coutant's launch as far as Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers 4

take in the Jamestown exposition.
Quite a number from Courtenay were
--
in attendance. Letters from Bear Lake, Mich., ConstipationFor Marine: 7EEtailwayeLaunches .

Indianola was well represented in report G. W. Hopkins as again being constipation there is nothing quiteso carefully stored for the summer months -4 4C
town on Monday. able to attend to business and he is nice as Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. They always produce a r Jr=J=rrr-rrr=r-rrrrr==r-r Jr=I=;:::;J
in his Bear Lake office .
Cocoa is hustling these days as a daily.S. pleasant movement of the bowels without

' building boom seems to be on. Thereare K. Watts has purchased the fine any disagreeable effect. Price 25 cents.
Titusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug
more buildings going up and soda fountain owned by Dr. Peek, 8Lore. Jas. Pritchard & Son

'more carpenters at work than ever and will dispense cool drinks to the Titusville Fla.
Important Real Estate Deal ,
""t before in the history of the place. thirsty ones during the heated term.
Agents for the J
The most important real estate deal
Prof. and Mrs. H. E. Wakefieldwill With cool drinks at Watts and the
in DeLand for same time was the sale
T & M i
occupy the Episcopal rectory on West End Pharmacy of Dr. S. C. last Tuesday of the pos :ffice block, Original Reversible
Hodgson we ought to be able to tide
their return.
better known as the former Bushnell
MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES f
Dr. and Mrs. Hughlett and Misses over the heated term. property, to W. A. Allen by Bert Fish,

Elizabeth and Allie leave on Thurs- Mr. Tim Jones, of the Narrows, is who bought the property little over a Thoroughly covered by patents

day for New York, Jamestown and spending a few weeks in town. Mr. year ago for $12,51)Ir.. Allen paid The Engine that Runs Without Repairs !

Jones in his fine launch. $16,500 for the property. Other parties -
other points of interest in Virginia. came up These motors are safe and reliable and :
.
I were after the property and a'5Ir. Al-
Messrs. Ronald & Fiske are giving The scuppernong grape crop prom- can be operated by alcohol or kerosene 1
len had the postoffice as well as the
talking machines as premiums. Our ises to be large this season. Wine drug store in this block he determinedto with as good results as by using gasoline \

town will be well supplied in a short ; making has already been started. 1
make himself safe from any move --------- ---

" .; while I Alex Near has purchased a lot by purchasing the property himself. .

tlft. The addition to Dr. Cooper's drug from Mayor Paddison. It is oppositethe The annex building on the north is a NEW CASH GROCERY STOREA

store is going up with a rush. business stand of Hodgson Bros. part of the property as well as the cor

Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Sharpe, of on Young street. Mr. Near will use rugated Iron building In the rear of FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCEKII1?.

Sharpes, spent Tuesday in town. the site for storing his artesian well- the annex.-Volusla Record. HAY, GKAIN, FREslI FRl'in: AND VEUETAlJLEdWe

1! Capt. C. J. Schoonmaker made a driving plant, pipe fittings, boiler, Record of the Fourth. buy as low as possible and sell for cash; therefore sell the cheaKtt.

t! visit to Daytona on Sunday. etc. With the returns still incomplete but Look over Corner our stock Main and and get Hopkins our prices Mreetso before buying.

The Aldrich house is now for Capt. Boyer is under the weather approximately (correct the Chicago
\.,?. boarders. open this week. Tribune statistician of accidents reported -. :EI:. ::OEJ\.TO: : *3 CO., r
that fifty-nine persons had been
:, \-. Mrs. G. W. Schuyler died in Daytona Our various places of business will killed and T.>07 injured through the Till -VILLE, FLORIDA.

I last Monday. The remains were ,close at 6:30 p. m.,commencing with celebration of the national birthday
Fireworks claimed the largest numberof
El : carried her home Indianola Monday, the 22nd, and also give one- "
to at
on victims or 1."i_t. The death roll is I> II.SPELL E. C.II.tglIS.I'Iarmaei-t Or .I I I' SPELLBAER
h .k Tuesday. Mrs. Schuyler had been half day on Thursdays till Sept. 1st. expected to lamas as eases of tetanus

; ill for several weeks and went to Patrons will please govern them- develop!

*. Daytona for a change. Prof.Schuy- selves accordingly.The -The---Smile- -- DRUG STORE

'I ler and the family have the sympathy large houseboat Rochester is '
thatwm't come off >>ar8 on bab :!
ap| >
I
of the community in their be- missed very much in Eau Gallie'h face after one Untie of White's CreamVermifuge

reavement. fleet of pleasure craft. Capt. Ben- : the great worm medicine Titusville, Florida
Why not keep that smile on ba" '* face.
still has his launchfor
nett large
roomy If keep this} medicine on hand
Recommended yon jon
Cheerfully
PURE DRUGS and CHEMICALS
parties. I will never see anjthmsrelse but smiles on
K O. G. Hinbee, Danville. 111., writes: I his face111'. V-, Jilaikwell, Okla, FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
!I Dec. 2, 1901. "Alwnt two jear" ago: I The Right Name writes: ")Iy baby wnssvrisla| and fret
J. i was laid up fur four months with rheti \\ol1l.llIlIt, eat air.thing and I feared] PERFUMERY
matism. I tried Ballard'sIIOW! : Liniment Mr. .Vnpni: "t Sherpe, the jmpular oxer he would die. I UMd :i i UiitUof: White' SATAIONERYEtc.Soda l
f. ;one tattle cured me.I t-eerof the poor, at Fort :\la4Iion, la., Crt Vermifuge and he bay 11hall aMck
can cheerfully ommend it to all snf s-aj?: "Dr. Kins's New Life Pills are day since :s,ld by Tiln-ulle Pharmacy Water and Ice Cream
'' fering from like alllictiou. 2-V ,:iO.:. and rfchtly named; they act more asrreeably, and Banner Drug Store.Spend ...
t $1 00. Sold by Titiwille Pharmacy and do more good and make one feel better .
Banner Drug Store. than anv other laxative." Guarantee
i ---- ---._- to nire Ieilionsness! and n tipation. 25c. Pleasant Our prescription department is in charge of an ex- 1
. GEORGIANA at TitnsMlle Pharmacy and tanner I/ntg; perienced man, and our drugs and chemicals are all new Sand
J :-:to rt. alfliour fresh and conform in purity and strength to the new i
: Mr. Linderberry, Miss Peachev ---- -- edition of the U. S. Pharmacopea

and Mrs. F. \V. Munson shopped in OAK HILL i

J Cocoa last Tuesday. Mosquitoes seem to be the most

a L A. B. Carter and family, :Mr. and flourishing thing about here at pres- Ae1gRflARRsAM1Artaa1ArtAAAgAArrAM1Art4pAM1AfM1IIAM1AFM1M1A .
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' and Mrs. Brown and family went Capt. and Mrs. W. W. Carter, of f .

t around the island last Sunday in Mr. Daytona, came down Saturday in : The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. '

r' Carter's launch. I their auto and spent Sunday with the

p The mosquitoes are truly terrible : Howes family.Mr. looking rrtr the HENRY BOSCH COM.

F on the island and reports f rom friends H. G. Putnam leaves this week! PANY WALL PAPER samples at your MACHINE SHOPS
own home-sitting comfortably in your
o Miami bad for a visit in Georgia and also to the
j at say they are very euf churl You can make a better selection

3 there. We have not had such a time Jamestown exposition.Mr. that. war. than by ran+ackirr. the storesYo ,
e the wkoU lin -the very latent
for years. Last year we had very and Mrs. W. L. Howes left desicns-tt. loveliest tints and richest Plumbing and Metal WorkBUIIDERS'
color effects,including imported pattema.E"YnTthillr i
: few, none most of the summer. Monday morning for their new homein good in wall papers in the

% Dr. Wm. Wittfeld has been under Ocala. Bosch hue.
Its economy, too-TOO get the lowest
c the weather the past week. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Osteen and New York-Chicaao Will call with prices Bosch Sample HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS

I Mr. Al Carter is at work on the family are visiting friends: in Fort any hour you name.heart's Look.
them over to your content
,. There is Christmas.Mr. -not the least obligation to
... -I: Grimes hotel at Cocoa. buy. It's our war of adrertelnc Agricultural Implements R
r plenty of work for carpenters on the Arthur Brooke, who has been the back Wall Papers.

r. river this summer. quite ill with malarial fever, is mud SANFORD

i. t Mrs. Everett Dawley has been on better and will soon be around at Y. W. ELDRED FLORIDA I

the sick list the past week. work. The Up-to-Datc Painter and Decorator .
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