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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: August 9, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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:r" ,DOINGS.. OF THE I Schloss Bros. Clothing THE DEPARTMENT STORE Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP -

,: Preparatory to-our annual inven- < ; i

1 PRESENT WEEK Dozens of brand new models here I:tory we offer all summer dress goods Bargains la Every Department AND PERSONALS : ;;- _:

for spring and summer wear-the I I AT COST MONDAY,AUGUST 12, 1907.
: fresh, crisp, clean-cut styles that you All men's boys' and children's : r
; ,Pungent iotes Pertaining to RientsTranspiring I often see in fashion pictures,but sel-',clotning. Royal Worcester corsets,in all the Something About the People of Titus- :
latest models these sold 1
dom really find. are usually
About Town I We have them all; you find them All All millinery men's straw goods.hats. I at $1.50 and $2.00, Monday's special, Tille as They Come and Go ,

'' A cool drink at a cool place at here with the new long lapels, the All ladies', children's and infants'low :,$1.00. I A cool drink at a cool place atlANDY'S. :
White wash silk 24 inches wide
,
,
semi-military ventless back, close-fit-
cut shoes.
:VV MANDY'S.The I .
.I ting collars and shapely shoulders. Big reductions in other lines all special 49 cents per yard. '
best ice cream in town at the In fact you'll find we have everything through the remainder of July. Black mohair 52 inches wide,worth Mr. Geo. Brockett spent Sunday V '

Banner Drug Store. that's considered good style. 85 cents, Monday's special 59 cents. with friends New Smyrna.The .
JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
Blue brilliantine 44 inches wide
You are cordially invited to look ,
A fine born to Mr. --- -- ---------- celebrated Plant i
4 daughter was over these new things at your leisure; : worth 75 cents, Monday's special 59 Juice Remedies -

{t&and Mrs.Geo.Gardner,of LaGrange, take as long as you want to do itwe're -, LATEST HEWS cents. are for sale by C. Collins.

Wednesday afternoon. only too glad to have:you com- Same in gray and white. We headquarters forcold drinks x
Yard-wide cambric worth 15 cents <
pare our goods with others. Our : ,
For smart and up-to-date dressmaking suits are priced. all the way from AND INCIDENTS Monday only, 12 1-2 cents. and ice cream. Banner Drug Store. -

; go to L Mendel, rooms over $8.50 to $20.00. We can fit any fig- Ladies'! fancy collars, something: Mrs. Wm. Cleveland, of Arcadia,

4 V :the postoffice, Titusville, Fla. ure and any pocketbook.See -- entirely'new, some are worth 50 and arrived last week on a visit to her
and Personal Paragraphs About People that 75 cents, your choice on Monday for
our new 'spring summer
Mayor B. Beacham, of"Orlando, 25 cents. cousin, Mrs. J. M. Osban. .

was in town the first of the week and furnishings. Traiel Here and There Ladies' tortoise shell back combs The Sanford Chronicle thatG V f V

t registered at the Indian River hotel. WINSTON S. BRANNING Miss Lilla Sanders, of Cocoa, arrived with rhinestones, worth $1.50 and M. Taylor has sold his says stock of r
Titusville Florida. $2.00, special 79 cents.
,
Tuesday visit to her cousin, groceries to Frank Hatch.
The new county commissionerfrom Tortoise shell side combs, good .
this first district, Mr. J. M. Mrs. D. B. Pritchard. and massive, special 19 cents a pair. Little Miss Mabel Dyer, of Stuart, i .-'

Osban, met with the board in session Jeff Browne Announces Master Eddie Enright returned Men's linen handkerchiefs, worth Fla., is here on a visit to her aunt, V 1- 1

V ; this week. Hon. Jefferson B. Browne will bea home on Monday from a short visit 20 cents, special 9 cents. Mrs. A. Brady, this week. V V .J
V candidate for Governor of Floridaat Dixie mosquito bars, extra large ,
Misses Leona and Margie Carruth- the next Democratic primary.He I with relatives at Osteen. size, good quality and fine meshes, Dr. E. R. Blakewood left Monday .

ers ,expect to leave Monday for a is not the candidate of any An enjoyable dance was held in the $1.79 each, also for threequarterbeds for St. Augustine and will spend a :

visit with relatives in Sanford, Or- faction or interests, and if elected opera house last night, quite a num- with turnover frame, $1.25. I vacation of a week or so in different :
would take his seat in the gubernatorial Figured madras,excellent patternsfor ;jo '
lando and Oveido. chair, untrammelled by prom- ber being in attendance.Mrs. ladies' and misses' dresses, 25 parts of the state.

Mrs. L. A. Brady and Masters ises, factional alliances, or corpora- D. G. Monroe returned the cents per yard. Mr. G. S. Singleton,of Rockledge,

Lawrence and Parkhurst left Mondayfor tion influences. latter part of last week from a weeks' Ladies' shirt waists, trimmed with spent from Saturday until Tuesday '' '
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Jacksonville to spend a few days. i In due time he will make declara- visit with friends in Osteen. lace and embroidery, threequartersleeves in town, meeting with the school :r
tion of his the and some worth $2.00 and $2.50, -
From there Mrs. Brady conclude position on day, board the first of the week. He finds q'it ..
may will make an active and thorough Mr.W.C.Compton,of Owens,Fla., special $1.75.Special .
to go north for a few weeks' stay canvass of the state. arrived here the first of the week on bargains in corset cover quite lonesome at Rockledge with 'of':

with friends in Boston. a visit to his brother-in-law, A. B. embroideries.New his family at Daytona Beach.s.

Death of Mrs. S. J. Gray Home sewing machine, drop. Mr. Geo. F. Paddison of Eau Gal- J 1 i-
The change of schedule has been a Yelvington.The head, latest improved, usually sells ;.
'r benefit to Titusville hotels and board- Mrs. S. J. Gray passed away in stable of the Indian River hotel for $50.00, Monday's special $33.49. lie, accompanied Mrs. Paddison and '

ing houses, as travelers to the gulf quiet and undisturbed repose duringthe has been converted into a garage Special prices in ladies' readymadedress two daughters as far as Jacksonville '
early hours of Wednesday morn- for the of the automobilists who skirts. Sunday their to Ohio to
side of the state frequently stop over use on way
August 7th at the advancedage :
ing, Mail orders promptly filled on any L'
v now where they made close connection of 82 years, 8 months, 26 days. come to town. of the above goods. spend the balance of thesummer.

on the former schedule. She was taken ill about nine weeks Miss Maggie Collins is now em- JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. Mr. Paddison returned to Eau Gallie

ago with paralysis at the home of ployed at Kline's dry goods store 'Phone No.8.Locomotive. yesterday. "
) Mrs. J. A. Begg and little son, her grand-daughter, Mrs. J. M. Os-
while the proprietor is north for a
d Alfred; left Sunday for Jacksonville ban, with whom she had lived for for TitusvilleA Brevard County schoolboard pass-
i where they are spending the week, several )-ears. couple of months. ed a resolution this week compelling

Mr. Begg expects to join them in a She was the mother of five child- Mrs. Albert Wilson, of Frontenac, Baldwin locomotive consigned to non-residents to pay a tuition fee of
t-- ren-three sons and two daughterstwo of in Titusville.Her the Titusville Lumber Co. arrived for each who attends the
spent a part Monday $5.00 pupil
day or so, when they will to New
r go of whom survive her, viz: Sew-
here the first of the week. The en-
Miss Willie is schools in this A wise
York for a vacation of about two ard F. GrayKof Canaveral, and Mrs.J. daughter, spend- public county.
J the in Pactolus N. C. gine is a very substantial looking one.. and should become state '
months. M. Williamson, of Gabriella, Fla., ing summer measure a
two sons, Edward and James, and a Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hall and their has cylinders of 16x22 bore and
Messrs.. Brown
M. J. A. Mc- law.Messrs.
daughter Mrs. W. T. China have stroke, which will give ample
power J. Kline and G. L, Manda-
daughter, Mrs. J. C. Jones and
Donald and G. M. Robbins in
were her to the
preceded great beyond. for the work intended viz
: Pulling;
ville left for the north
Mr.
daughter-in-law Mrs. Geo. Hall of Sunday ,
,
Jacksonville :yesterday for the purpose Four grand children and eight great log-trains from the pine woods north
of perfecting the final detailsin grand children survive her. Sebastian, left yesterday to spend a Kline expects to be away for two
and west of Titusv ille to the mill
connection with having the affairsof Mrs. Gray was born in Thomas- month or so in Georgia.The new months selecting fall and winter
ville, Ga., on the 11th of Nov., 1824, just on the south edge of the town.
stock of goods, Mr. Mandaville will
the Fort Dallas bank transferred clerks played the Titusville
and was one of the first born in that --- f
to the Bank of Bay Biscayne. place. She moved to Indian river Reds yesterday, the score standing "A Cash Proposition"See return in considerably time than

V some 24 years aero, where her son. 9 to 2 in favor of the Reds. The ad 5. that above mentioned.Miss .
services will be held our on
Preaching at page
Seward F. Gray,waS living, and was clerks are improving, however, and EAST COAST LUMBER: & SUPPLY Co. Pauline Smith, of Augusta,
the Methodist church Titusville
one of the first residents of Mims.
r will soon make a first rate showing.P. ------ --- arrived Tuesday afternoon on a visit :
next Sunday, Aug., 11th, at 11 a. m. The funeral service was held yes-
Indian River HotelRECEr "
and at 7:30 p. m., by the pastor, terday morning at her late residenceby J. Hall has purchased the Burns to her sister, Mrs. Chas. J. Denham.
Rev. Wm. Stones and the inter- ARRIVALSE Miss Smith is an accomplished music- .
Rev. W. F. Allen. He will also hold cottage from W. H. Hall and will

services at Mims in the afternoonat ment made in LaGrange cemetery. I shortly remove the building to a lot E Stover, W S Beastey,Wright, I ian and a fine player on the piano.
Jacksonville J F O'Boyle, Daytona THE STAR acknowledges receipt of a
side ; ; I
4 o'clock. The public is invited. Death of he owns on the west of Wash- I
R. E. Mims ington avenue just south of the Haile A C Jones, Waycross; L T Allen, X.I pleasant call yesterday from Mrs. ,
Mr. C. J. Coggin,of Cocoa,started The sad news was received Wed- Y.; Clark Eckert, Cocoanut Grove; I Denham and her two sisters, Miss I
residence.
for Daytona'Tuesday with his Cadil- nesday of the death of R. E. Mims, John Henry, City; G W Lamar, I Pauline and Miss Sophia Smith.
who passed away Tuesday afternoon A negro convict at the side campat Quincy; A M Wing, Bayard; Chas PI
lac auto, but had to give it up at a Winslow Richmond Va Miss May Commissioner 1:. A.
Conkling
at Clayton, Ga., where he and his Salt Lake was killed by an other ; i arrived -
creek in the north end of the county.He family were spending the summer. Baker. Miami; Richard H Marks and Monday'afternoon from a two
convict of the color last Satur-
thinks, rightly too, that our road :The remains accompanied by the family same wife, Sanford; R P Manard, Macon, months' stay in Kentucky and
a commissioners should give their very i will arrive at Cocoa this Friday day morning, the two having had a !Ga.; P H Session, Tampa; Z Batton, up "
about machete knife of Cow Creek J M Acl. Atlanta, Ga Ohio. He expected to reach here
afternoon for burial. quarrel a or i ; y ;
t3 first attention to making these creeks Mr. Mims was superintendent of some kind, resulting in stab which J B Jenkin S. C.; W D Holdin, Or- Sunday night, but owing to the night I

and ditches passable to vehicles, so schools in this county for four years struck the heart the victim I I lando; C J Coggin and wife, Mrs ,trains being taken off, he was forced
near ,
that people can travel from place to and after that was a member of the !C Y Singleton, Dixie Singleton, to remain over in Jacksonville until +
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place up and down the coast. sehool board. His energetic man- dying from internal hemorrhage.Fish I I I Rockledge; W W Faris, Miami; F M
found
i :Monday. However, he the
agement and excellent financieringwere shipments have been running I Plank, Chattanooga; S F Gray, Can-
... Cards were received in town this very beneficial to the welfareof much higher from this place for the :averal, Fla; E F Pomeroy, Atlanta; !chairmanship of the county commissioners .t,
V week announcing the coming mar- our public school system. Mr. B Beacham, Orlando; W J Johnson, : awaiting him on his arrival,
riage of Mr. Arthur J. Doyle and Mims was a successful fruit groweras past week or ten days, some of the I Red Springs N C; W M Blue, Raiford I and the members ready for business. Ii

well as business man and in his shipments being as high as 60 barrels, t N C; W A Tillis and wife, Nettie, i ___ n____
:Miss Mary Norwood, which will take death Brevard loses one of her most while the average has been about 40'1 Gussie Fate, Ira, Cora, Ethel TilJis.I !' Kline's Specials in Clothing and
place at the home of the bride's I Mrs. G Nicholson, Ft. Pierce. 'I'
and citizens -
progressive public spirited Considering the increased price that i Gents' Furnishing Department .
parents in Berry, Georgia, next I a man who always had a deep the fishermen are getting for their I I I
Thursday, Aug. 15th, at 10 a. m. interest in the welfare of his country "Down the Line" If you want any clothing you will t
catches they are now making have better than ;
money. never a opportunity
and fellow ,
Mr. Doyle was a resident of Titus- man. If they will allow you to drink at
- The new Walton Inn, at Tibbals, I II all, why don't you send an order to next week. We will cut the prices :
fifteen and his
yule and tell i
some years ago almost in half I want to you
Death of Jos. J. Lawhorn is and will : old friend, J. D. Crabb Co.,
approaching completion your .
; many friends here will send con- i the assortment is might l,ood. We 't i
702 Jacksonville FlatDentistry
Box
gratulations in advance. Joseph J. Lawhorn died Wednesday soon be opened for patronage under I I can fit vou and suit vou.

----- about 6 o'clock at his home in Ti- the charge of Mr. and Mrs. C. S.I i JULIUS KLINE, Titusv ille.

FURNITURE DRY GOODS SHOES tusville. He and his family have Schuvler, of Jensen, formerly residents -i I ,! 'Phone No. 8.Launch. f
been residents of this place about Dr. Houghton's floating dental of-
I of Titusville. It is safe to I I Frances' t-
New stair'matting four jears. Funeral service was say I fice, "Dentos" la now located at the

z Jap-a-lac in leading shades held yesterday forenoon and inter- that they will cater well to the com- city dock here, here Dr. J. Edward To hire or charter, for large or '

7Chiffoniers with and without mirrors ment made in Titusville cemetery.Mr. forts and pleasures of the traveling I, Urich will skillfully perform up-to- small parties, 28 feet, 8 feet beam, t
8-oz. & 10-oz. duck; 2.50 drill Lawhorn has been engaged the public. 1 I date and reliable dentistry in all iU cabin and toilet. T. HALL, ,
New ass't ladies' muslin underwear past year in gathering and shipping j'branches by the latest improved pain- Indianola, fla.
!
Miss Smith of this !
Sophia place
,
Shoes Shirts Overalls Ties Collars buds from cabbage palmetto trees to : less methods. ____. .'
Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 a factory in Jacksonville. whose essay on the Confederate As the Dentos will remain a limited Gun Repair Works and Sail Loft J :

I Navy was published in THE STAR j time, those desiring professional services All work guaranteed. Guns stock 1

Orange and Grapefruit Trees Orange Boxes two or three weeks ago, has received I please take notice. ed and shot gun rebored.

t, Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high I We are prepared to furnish strictly several complimentary letters from FenceVire H. BENLCKE, Titusville, Fla. ,,

hickory hammock. Free from white first class orange boxes at very persons who, having perused the Draying

fly. One year to two year old buds. I low prices. Write us before placing I same, praised her for the unbiased We have in transit a carload of El-I Dra>ing or hauling of all kinds promptly !
prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully your order. We have an elegant line she of the contests wood wire fencing, diamond mesh, attended to. Meets all trams Stave
packed and delivered at Oak Hill I of wraps, also cement coated nails. accounts gave for field, stock and poultry use. !' Hood for tale at all times.. .t' r
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- : station. J. W. GRIFFIS, I EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. I between the navies of the north and Write us for prices. I H. E. HOLTOV t

V Shiloh, Fla. I Eau Gallie, Fla. south over forty years ago. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. I Titusville Fla.
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THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, l i" ,, '



county N. T, hare organized an as- their grievances as agreed upon by the Belgian government This transfer May be Treasure Ship.. t

I SOCIOLOGICAL I sociation called the Orange County ]resident Clowry of the Western Un- comes at the moment that Major (Miami Record.) 'J

anion, its purpose being to cut out the on-namely, the employees to appoint Lemalr Is renewing his charges of 4
middleman's profits and sell direct to The good people of Ojua are wonder-
Would Keep Children Mud one arbitrator, the company another atrocities perpetrated by the agentsof
Professor consumers. To this end they would and these two a third The fact that Leopold. Five months ago the Bel- Ing what they have found. Several 1
Frederick Starr of theUn1"ersfty
of form a company composed exclusivelyof the local manager signed an agreementwith gian parliament committed Itself to the days ago a young boy who was ,busy ':

the Chicago has openlytak. members of the _union and operates President Small Is regarded by principle of annexation and a rigid fishing noticed an object out on the 'i E
en stand that children would be
large exchange in Xewburg selling the workers ,as a recognition of their investigation but
better off If they wore no clothing until this plan for a time water on the beach near Ojus and j.
farm and garden produce slightly below union. Small said that all
w & : they were was blocked by the premier a personal
He found an
: ; they were ten years old. and several made an investigation.
present prices. To secure the cooperation fighting for was the right to organizeand friend of the king.
: other members of the faculty together of the labor Interests the adjust grievances by committees old vessel well sunken under the sand'

with a few wealthy neighbors in the farmers bare asked to join the Central or employees. and under the water at high tide. ;:

.; "' exclusive south side section of Chicago Labor union. The novelty of this I MISCELLANEOUSThirty I The tide being low he was enable -
.. have joined In the movement to establish -
proposition has proved somewhat puz- that the vessel was well #
-.: I FOREIGNCastro to discover
$
{ a residential Utopia at a cost of zling to the labor leaders, and a com I
;" : .": : $50,000 or more for the purpose of putting mittee has been appointed to look into Killed In Rail Wreck. preserved and that Its hold contained 'i

s: t thLi theory Into practice. Tie the matter. The union men of New- Would Defy World. When an excursion train on the Pere a large quantity of some substance, ,. '

group Includes Professor E. E. Sparks. enthusiastic larquette from Ionia to Detroit on the value of which he did not know. f
.. ." burg are over the project The official newspaper organ of the
.
.. hlstoicallectnrer; Professor Barry A. but are not a little perplexed as to government at Caracas El Constitu- Jury 20;! crushed Into a freight at full He reported his find to County Com :
:.- < Blglow and Professor Charles B. Whittier speed thirty persons were killed and who made further
Jr. w the proper way of labeling the products ionaL has published an article missioner Wall, a \
i1. of the law school and others. The suggesting more than seventy injured some being
of the farmers' organization. that the SpanLsh-American" re- and more careful examination. The "
:, : families will be 'housed in separate roasted alive in the burning wreckage.The .
of p ublics meet in congress; and themselves vessel is well imbedded in the sand
.:' apartments, but the children will"-hue Proportions Sexes In Swine. crew of the freight had forgotten .

a wide common playground in the rear. The bureau of animal industry of the proclaim the Drago doctrinenow orders. Most of the victims were which have been washed up over it,

k. ., Professor Starr says that nudity for department of agriculture has recently that the powers have ignored it at from Ionia. but there Is enough exposed at low

,' ".>n :"r children Is right both from physiological Issued an interesting bulletin on the The Hague. This comes just as the tide to enable the Investigators to :e-
relative United States is insisting that the five Pacific Coast Liner Sunk. I
j : and moral grounds. proportions of the two sexes of termine that the ship was of the olden -
,,' pigs at birth. This is information not American claims be arbitrated the At this writibg the recoM Indicates
': American Railroads Most Deadly. type, and that it was loaded wuu.
first demand been
heretofore obtainable for the reason having ignored by seventy'seven drowned or unaccounted -
Herr Guillery a prominent official ]resident Castro. The what appeared to be ore of some kiss
that:, while the herd books have given paper argue for and lOS saved from the steamer
: .' of the Prussian railway administration the total number of pigs farrowed. that all the great powers combined Columbia which sank eight minute Mr. Wall secured a large amount ()t

; '('' has prepared a comparative table the number of each sex was given only could not fight; a whole continent. It after colliding with the steam lumber the cargo and will' have It assayed, to
; .:' of statistics of persons killed and In- points out that the Monroe doctrine San Pedro 20.
schooner July
'or those raised. The report Includes on determine its value, and has filed a
-, jured by railways in various coun- never had the consent of the European
i, 4 tries. This shows that the railroads 1.477 litters. The number of boar The Hau Murder Verdict. claim against the submerged vessel. It
pIgs was 00,000:;
; the number or sows. powers.
.:, of the United States, making allowance 66,625. The Karl Ilau, formerly professor of law is tho-ight the vessel Is an old Spanish
average sow was:
.. :t .r... for the fact that they have greater Boars, 4.51; sows, 4.48.tier For all practical Legalized Reign of Terror. at George Washington university freighter bearing silver ore to

',: -j i t' it. : mileage than all the railways of purposes the sexes may be regarded The Russian government has amended Washington was convicted at Karlsruhe Spain for smelting and refining. If this

).. ,;Q'+ Europe are pre-eminent in the num- as equal in number at birth, its mode of procedure in the courts Germany, of having murderedhis should prove true, and the action of
'- ber of fatalities and casualties. The martial trials by reducing to seventy- mother-in-law, Mrs. Molitor, at
f although the boars are seen to be the sea water has not been such as to
'; ok' ratio of employees injured out of every two hours the time between indictmentand Baden-Baden last November and was
slightly more numerous than sows.Sxpressed its value the find
rob the ore of mar
.r thousand Is 43.5 in this country, 25.3 in the lowest terms of execution. This action coincides sentenced to death. The verdict was
s in. with the reported sudden increase in and prove very profitable. Specimens ot
Switzerland 11.8 in England 11 in whole figures the proportion stands met with popular disapproval a
Belgium and :!:.4 in Germany. The 201 boats to :00: sows. The results the number of executions throughout great throng of people made a demonstration the ore or whatever it Is, were exhibited -

t number killed is 2G.1 in the United were gathered from twenty-five states the country. For the most trifling offenses outside the courthouse, so on the streets here and excited

t .1- States, 12.3 in England 3.2 in Switzerland and territories and represented eight suspected citizens are hurried that they had to be dispersed by troops the greatest curiosity.

:, 7.8 In Russia and 4.1 in Belgium. breeds, with several litters of gradesor to their doom. One report tells of a with fixed bayonets. Counsel for Han

The fewest travelers were injured in mixed breeds. young man sentenced to death for the gave notice of appeal to the higher Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer,
t France. theft of $:j, and two girl accomplices courts.
Johnson Studies Iron Strike. Greatest Blood Purifier Free
Strikes Fewer In 1905. aged twelve and twenty years were

'. The twenty-first annual report of the Members of the exiled: to hard labor for life. The military Neighbors Got Fooled"I If your blood is impure, thin, diseased

bureau of labor of the department of Western Federationof courts now pass sentence upon was literally coughing myself to death hot or full of humors, if you hare blood

$ commerce and labor shows that American Miners in the accused persons' without. waiting for and had become too weak to leave my lietl, poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating sores,

; iron ranges of Minnesota the testimony! of witnesses! who may be and neighbors predicted that I would never scrofula, eczema, itching, risings and
s { industries suffered from fewer
4.. near Dulutb detained for reasons' entirely beyond leave alive;thanks be to God, I was induced bumps, scabby, pimply skin, bone pains
strikes during 1905 than in
any year catarrh rheumatism blood
r have begun a striketo their control. Practically all Russia is to try Dr. King's New Dil>CQvery. It took or any or
< since 1802: the criterion being the number skin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm
enforce demand now in a state of extraordinary de just four one dollar bottles to completely cure
B.
of employees thrown out of work ( B. B.) Soon all sores heal, aches
.1 and the duration of strikes. There for higher wages fense. be cough" and restore me to good 'sound and pains stop and the blood is made
health, writes airs Eva Uncapher,of Grov< ,
n o discriminationand and rich.
t were 221.CSG employees thrown out of Japanese-Korean Treaty Signed. ertown, Stark (b., Ind. This king of cough I pure Druggists or by express
f : work during that year in connection the eight hour The new emperor of Korea, acting and cold cures,and healer throat and dun $1 per large bottle Sample free by writs -
: ? w day. Of the 10.000 is guaranteed by Titusville Pharmacy ing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. B. B.
with
; k 2,077 strikes lasting the average through, his' premier signed a formal
B. is
advised for
miners In the state Banner Drug Store. 5Oc. and $1.00. Trialottle especially chronic, deep-
., !.:" of twenty-three days each. The re- )r treaty with Japan granting to the latter > free. seated cases, as it cures after all else fails.
1 ; r' .:.' port finds that out of the total number F 14,000 or more are nation power to rule absolutelythe
k
in --------- "'
the federation. ---- --
of strikes in twenty-five years from internal as well as the foreign affairs .

; 1881 to 1905; CO per cent were ordered lead by Teonile Pe- of Korea through the Japanese

by labor unions and that the greatest triellu. Many of resident gene!al. This treaty s-i ecific- "

E 1' number of strikes in any one industry the strikers began ally states that no law shall be enacted

n was in the building trades. Strikers Governor Johnson.marches and other In Korea without the pretiou O.lcfrldrne
,. forms of e
:, succeeded in winning their demands in persua approval of the resident general, that
r sion. anu Governor Johnson:; was
48 per cent of the establishments! concerned no appointment or dismissal of officials'
asked to send state > Engines
0' troops. This he
:
and partly in 15; per cent more shall lie made without his consent! and]
refused to do, at least until he had
Lockouts resulted-in favor of the
em that all whom he recommends to alike
,," plovers in over 57 per cent of the es made a personal investigation of the shall be apjiointed. No foreigner is rED

j tablishments.' : During the quarter century mining to district refuse the Merchants strikers have decided to he engaged without Japanese consent ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT_

period 41 per cent of all strike further

re.a were undertaken for increased wagesalone credit FOR SATISFACTORY +r n ._
Korea In .
Japan's Grip.Immediate
o r or in combination with other First Steel Pullman. USE IN FLORIDA WATERS 1
!.*' after the abdication of
;; s causes, 23 per cent for union fl'<'OUiI. -
'l' i A late number of the
Railway Ape the Emperor \i lilting of Koiea in faor -
t tion and 10 per cent to enforce demand describes" the first
Pullman sleeper to of tbe crown prince Eui Wba Yee Regal Marine EnginesStand
; :f : 9 for reduction of hours. Since IK built of
entirely
metal which has serious rioting occurred In the streetsof a
*: 1901 C per cent of all strikes and 12
-.i' recently Teen completed. This car lias Seoul, and the entire population ol for the highest type of *-,, P
it". : per cent of all lockouts were settled by attracted unusual mechanical skill and =
Y attention from railroad the country was greatly disturbed. The reliability r'
!k1 { : joint agreement and 2 cent of both They are four
per oincers not cycle, jump ,
only on account of presence of the Japanese foreign mm j- r
spark ignition,automobile & b
arbitration. (
by type
the novelty of its, : construction but because
' 1- ister, lIaya hi. at this critical June mechanical valves. float feed
.. : ', Report on City Ownership. uf UN decorative features which ture, followed by the lauding of Japa carburetor encl?se'(l crank case,

_.. "' ,,::1-- The estimation of public owner.obip are said t... hate all the beauty olgraceful f nose troops from the warships at Che bronzed s-Uani forged crank shaft, and I
.
IIl'arin'S. have
",. { : of public utilities iu Europe and tin outline and pleasing colortieatiueut mulpo, pave sufficient color to tbe pre fewest numkrofwotkingloalts the

'F. r tl country by the National Civic federa. which are characteristic ofretout wiling belief that cunMMentwitha perfect operating
1, tIon's commission has resulted in t.wo Pullman cars built of wood : the abdication was! motor and many otherexcluive

'" ': reports one by Professor John It. Coin This applies to the exterior as well a v due indirectly to features found only.in the Ktgal

r '. mons of Wisconsin university favorable to the interior finish It was: the i7tention Japanese pressure THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT

a ;, to the proposition and the other b:;' of the builders to make it fireproof and in the further-

.'": "; t r... J. W. Sullivan of the Clothing Trade ti b.tl. 'e entire exclusion! of wood t t ante of Japanese I', double)lade cylin in three er:typcs,1I 30 H. I".. 3 four and cylinder;i H. !'. single] cyIinder'S; to 15 H.

t r Bulletin disapproving lYcfe-sor Com and the IrauMnz throughout is of steel t. k design The new _

!# ; mons says they found the prhatel. and the finish i is uf steel, aluminiumor emperor is ul'l'oH..I fun We 6 IL also 1'.manufar.ture single) cylinder a line to 4ill.of heavy.kw i' speed, working engines


", surplus for civic betterment* bocaiis e h.'tiu_ :irc countersunk, and tb< ; hands of Kmvji, The the mans hundreds "f llegal engine now in operation; tbroughi -
... 'tJuntry are a guarantee of the
; of? the prevailing tendency toward pill, lvhoe: surface N; "ci'XrtliIy eni
\ f lie ownership) and its eluiple iu dUe,.. TI\'r.. i- n il,.utM.- tIt,.,r f'fistnJt"t1"n. :; the pay of Japan Get a Regal in the Beginning Don't

1 'E where it ha.l been adopted Maaj haw and the! JII,, !atln.* material in th r z r. The Koreans geiier- Experiment

> : ,1 shrewdly arranged copirtnership; plan: ,ill," 'f.l endOHIMSN of two t'ik. ally regard the abdication -__ Handle explanatory catalogs luaikd free on requebt.

t and have recognized: the labor unions. nc.:5sofl:1 .'aaslMrantillrdlwottvs'e. as thee \lr Regal
i.-i Gasoline
tr' Y He is convinced that the rw xjiiit5on o I. In- 'wt tiu.; and e\tfi.inii: from th # l! tual destruction! of; Engine Co.

.. f' the unions i 1-< the safegnird against po siVill! t>j the ride ['!,ttt'S The toH' their nationality Cold Water Michigan

of tae car U! foruunl of monolith? '
corruption in public onuer>land : < e The city was under

that private owtsesbip! offers IIi) meat !.all on I rrrtrtc.l: fr"ii .>f k..)" the control of Japanese ,
!
1'litkal escape from I.HI s. : t'te s, .HOT 7j ritn>tru.tion !hiojinVmd '" \ troops com .. 9

Editor Sullivan says that in all hut ijit.Titlly to making: tli' uauded b> GeneraIlasogawa.

: + i i the most poorly paid forms: of I lobo ''ar nl'"t'y! ii"'?t'}.. sad it will i'souMvoiu" .. and Jap-

i public ownership has not raided wage the ol? jo<.tion t? st!H'l; IOTIstricti perorYIIHung anesy soldiers surrounded

C ; or impnneJoi"litions of work. IIcontends :i it: p ..\....nti.ii nv .1i "'mf.-1 the palace-

that in I'nzland no street <-::r hit t.r e\re''.*. nr h.. H :In.l.1.! Ton >,' with! machine guns planted! at -
e\crpo.Ml.ie ,
i.': business! has ever been a private ."ntf'Tfl ". fr.i'Il';< arc lOr ;'-..:s-d 4.1.! Th e iwuit of atta,'k, Foreign Mm1st QUEEN OF SEA ROUTESI

r. +, prise in fie sense that the word i i.. thtOj M..,t frrTafrs! .m.' tin* ran't; :ir" ,-r Ihn.ivlu l-ulJ.t.'tlucntly proc-uti1

used in this country. thus makiu? eon .If o'd! TI"M' .-..!.'r. Til? *! window !-..ixin h. to the Korean cabinet Japans de

I panon witbml"rkm conlition ui- ? made 05 brasAll the inside met elands, which virtually revolutionize

fair. Taking Jrau'l'II! <>dl"II\ an,i il work: i I.; ji'inh'll a j>earl ray with] the Korean form of government

1 I Wheeling a> the best Dimples' of .lrne r.i :i:Ul onianifiital *jn<>s. tlioiul'; (itermitting the thromto remain Merchants & Miners
ican offered Steamship Lines
-y" inumoipalization the Belgian Ship Canal Opened. as a ort of figure-head The financial
;;' found conclusive! evidenceof politic'aI, l archives of the
I\i:it:: f....t ..M of IWiiuni! Koveruiuent have been
rottenness in each (':l.e. lie retard it ; in t'tnvMni transferred to the Japanese city to insure -BETWEEN-
as "a project to restrict men in tin1activities !r : of a cro.it th'-on: J il2Tt!. fo:"- their safety and theeals
I. bv methods foreign to tli e orally ,!,-,'!nnl l ",n'n the IK-W sJm! ,':r'i haveUon

American genius" nil fro:n lire r.s tf) UH sea ij(,: recognizing his rule absolute :11.l lthough
..
'" to di\ort a |H>rti i> nf the Ilblii'tr.itli'" ,
iml attrp.-t shipping from Antwerj'. the edict of abdication con .
pi I INDUSTRIAL'' tcmplated making him merely a regent

Now Importing Lithographers.The The new emperor is well known in -- Connections for

.\nierlcan; 'Lithographic! comptn this countrv. where a part of hi.

New Copper Field Discovered. reports that the effttt of the recent d1,, schooling was obtained he having ate Washington New\ York and Boston.
$''i- Recent dispatches i from Berlin announce fended
('i ion of Attorney General Bonapartpermitting college at HlJan.ke."a,. and ,
}' the discovery ot rich evppt?r ;: the: eusas: .>nnt of litbo- at Delaware 11. HP was noted for Lilavbh
; mine in southwest .\ It is said
Tapli'r in Europe i is the virtual collapse expenditure of money and for
that near Luederitzbucht layers of of the lithographers' strike. his fast life during;: visits to New York Through tickets sale at principal points.Iccominodations .

copper have been discovered In the and other large citic"Leopold's ,

river beds at a depth of forty feet. Telegraphers' Strike Ended. awl cuMne nnsurpav!
.
Prospectors have found strata of ore The telegraph operators of San Hands Off the Kongo. SEND FOR BOOKLET.H. .

nettin: $40 a ton. and German capita Francisco and Oakland returned tc The publication of the agreement

fists are organizing a scheme for d work July 20, after hating been out between the Belgium and Kongo governments -

\elopinj! ; the mining industry. a month. They returned under the con. makes it clear that King C. A VERY, Com'l! Agent, JacksoDTille.J. .

Farmers Form Labor Union. ditions prevailing before tbe strike Leoiold has lost his personal contro WHITNEY 2d P. &
C. V. : T.M., W. P.
c pending tbe result of the arbitration of over the great African Free State, he TURNER, P. T. M.,
of
r3 .\ number of the farmer Orange
having conceded the_ sovereignty: to GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, MD.


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-FBIDAY, AUGUST 9, I9o7' THE FLORIDA STAR 3iiEEP1NG




: eight Judge years Pritchard In the United formerly States served senate I EDUCATIONALSchool I I POLITICAL '


I[I l l TAB! publican-Populist, having been fusion elected ticket.on the Re At Baths Provided. Bryan Defers Ownership Issue.In Don't


the end of his term he was appointedby i
The school board of Pittsburg, Pa.. a formal statement William J.
; ItIt
President Roosevelt to the
bench of the District of Columbia supreme and has decided to install a system of Bryan announces that "government Neglect F.


ON l THE f WORLD one cuit year conrtArmenian later was elevated to the cir- baths will in .one be for of the its use school of the buildings.This schoolchildren as ownership"a large is majority not an of immediate the people issue still" is a serious mistaketo s

, daring the day while the hope for effective regulationliestill neglect a weak heart. It -

Murder Conspiracy.The mothers will be permitted to bring believes with many Democrats, that

fatal shooting of S. Tavshanjlan children after school hours. This is "public ownership of railroads is the is such a short step to 1

a wealthy rug merchant. In Union practically the first bathing plant es ultimate solution of the problem" but chronic heart disease. ,

square New York In broad daylightby tablished in the Pittsburg schools, for he and --
that
they recognIze regulationmust men notice irregu-
Clash Near Between North Caro. you
while the other instituted
an avowed member of a secret was some be tried under the most favorable

& lina's Governor and a Federal revolutionary society to which he had years ago it was for the use of kindergarten circumstances before the masses will larity of action, occasion- .

Judge Over Railroad Rate Law refused to contribute funds Is only pupils only. be ready to try a more radical reme- ing short breath, palpitation '

one of a series of murders done and Neighborhood School Wanted. dy. lIe adds that regulation cannotbe fluttering pain in

E ; Violations Verdict of Not threatened by the same order whichIs Discontent with the public school sufficiently tried within the n*>ityear ,

known In Persia as the Hunchakist and that "there is desire chest or difficulty in lyingon
}, Guilty In Haywood Murder system has crystallized into a war cry no any-

society. The American headquartersare for neighborhood schools says the where to make government ownershipan left side, your heart

i Trial-Bryan Formally 'Posti' believed to be in Chicago. Literary Digest and this war cry is issue in 1008." That he thinks needs help-a strengthening

pones Railroad Ownership as "Lord" Barrington Respited. raised by the friends and not the enemIes would give the railroads an opportunity tonic. There is bet-

I Governor Folk of Missouri has granted of the public schools, who believe "to dodge the issues of regulationand no
Party Isue-Strike In Minne deceive the ter than Dr. Miles' f "
,j.; a respite of thirty days to "lord" that concentration has reached a public. remedy

sota Iron Range-Japan Openly Frederick Barrington, who was to limit in schools as well as in other departments Nevertheless }lr. Bryan says that th" Heart Cure. Its strength-

Takes have be.n hanged July ::;. In order to of civic activity. Boston railroads so far have been successful =
In Korea
Charge influence is felt al-
In effective federal ening
consider the petition of two state supreme has had the subject brought to its at- preventing regulation -

, With New Emperor Installed. judges for commutation. tention by observing that over 50,000 while state regulation, as a rule. most at once. ;

of Its children or over one-third of its has "been restrained by the United
Gives the to '1 have used 10 bottles of Dr. Miles'
Leopold Up Kongo Haywood Not Guilty. "
school population are attending private States courts. It took ten years to Heart Cure and can truthfully say It ,

Belgium. The trial of W. D. Haywood. secretary schools. A writer in the Boston find that the commerce commissionwas rashaee me more good than anything 't
used, and I have tried
I aud treasurer of the Western Transcript says there Is among parents powerless and ten more to amend nearly everything that I know of. The 'tt

Federation of Miners, charged with a growing dread of the big school, the law even then the president havIng doctor who attended me asked ma

i I LEGALCRIMINALState I the murder of ex-Governor Frank Steu- where little children are herded together to "compromise with the railroad Dr.what Miles I was Heart taking Cure and he said I told it was him -

i nenberg of Idaho, resulted In a ver- by the hundreds. They are afraid Republicans In the senate." State agitation not going to do me any good but it
did I have not taken
dict of not guilty. Judge Wood's of it physically, mentally and morally. has resulted in the railroads now and while there is occasional

Versus Federal Courts. charge was regarded as strongly favoring Year after year these public schools seeking "to centralize all rate legisla slight symptom of the old trouble it

Instead _of appealing from the decision the defense in Its interpretation of have been growing bigger and bigger tIon in congress" The Democratic is use not of enough the medicine.for me to If I continue should the get +

" of the Asheville police justice the laws of conspiracy circumstantial until at present It is common in the party, therefore, must meet the issues worse I would know what to do. Take
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure I did before.
who sentenced District Passenger evidence and corroboration of a larger cities to see from 2.0UO to 3,000" by resisting "the encroachments of the I consider myself,practically as cured of

1 Agent Wood and Ticket Agent Wilsonof confessed accomplice. When the sum little tots crowded together into the authority of the states" and Insisting my heart trouble.S. .

the Southern railway to thirty days ming up began Lawyer Hawley opened same building which Is in consequence upon "the exercise: : of the federal power H. DL'NNAM Livingston Te=as.

". on the chain gang for violating the for the state, saying the case just s-o much further from the homesof for the regulation of interstate com your Dr.druggist Miles' Heart who will Cure guarantee Is sold that by

) .new North Carolina 2 4 cent rate law was "the most Important ever givento many. Machine methods, under merce." The party should demand the first bottle will benefit. If it fait r:z' -

.. the officers of the Southern railway a jury in the such circumstances, become inevitable "the ascertaining of the value of all he will refund your money. + ,

went before Judge Pritchard of the the UnitedStates. and it is difficult to give any kind of the railroads, the preventing of overcapitalization Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind

federal circuit court and asked fora ." He insisted elasticity to such a system and the and the reduction of

writ of habeas corpus In favor of that Or- j writer believes that the growth of the rates to a point where they will yield -.- --- ,

the sentenced men. Judge Pritchard chard's storywas private schools marks a revolt against only a reasonable return on the real
'
thereupon rendered his decision discharging worthy of' this kind of public school. He thinks value of the roads." The Most Valuable Set of Vatkt and Boat- s

Wood and Wilson from the belief because the remedy will be the development of Willis J. Abbott known as the personal Building Boots ever Publuked. ,

custody of the state officers and declaring of the mannerin neighborhood schools under central supervision. representative of Bryan an RUDDER'HOWTO

the penalty clause of the new which he toldit nounced at Washington on July 23 that

and held that !#.' would candidatefor BOOKS -
rate law unconstitutional. Medical Colleges Condemned. the Nebraskan be a

The it had been corroborated the Democratic nomination neat Over*x boats hale been built from the lines
A. committee of the American
special -
In Its printed In these books- SiKcessfuJy sailed In
Pritchard decision Medical association which was year. every clime and upon every sea-Full detail

was handed essentials. lIe F ;;L h. three to investigate drawing of 01:1! parts, showing; what it fa and ;.t
down was interrupted : iJ( ; appointed years ago Remedy for Diarrhoea. Never Known how to make itT ut extremely simple. -.
despitethe
the instruction and standards of to Fail
repeatedly by HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
of '
request opposing conn(5 the various medical colleges in the "I want to say a few words for Chamber 16 f"'4......rot,....*,Lark.nrj to hviU.frame*H tm oa 5
Governor Glenn United States has now submitted its lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.. 'twerp good racing toot lor a buy la lean toe liuiinim l.-

for delay until sel and the lie report, which condemns about onehalfof I have used this preparation in my family for HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA

r / the legal author- was passed between all the so called medical collegesin the past five years and have recommended ito .fine MT boat>+a iful tailing..-..or.....knprtnur..built:,tiovp&J>onl or cvng bHinvl
Ities of the state him and Wllllam D. Haywood. a number people in York county and ; full pans.ad pK-ta-r ot eompk-t beta i
the land and appeals to the publicto
Darrow who denied that Adams had have never known it to fail to effect; acure in HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP y. ;
,l, a could be heard. aid in remedying this evil. Amongthe instance. I feel that I cannot too
any say Most tirrpWal r: -isawhoe ever designed s a prig
I l,, ;- At the same been brought to court to enable the defense members of the committee areDr. much for the best remedy of the kind in the ,tear., i. *..etM. ,Aaut and Aaatrmlu emcj to build| saw

time Governor to put him on the stand. world." S. Jemison. Spring Grove, York io a.w.tL.HOW
Frazi.Tr
<. Bevan of Chicago
Opening for the defense, >rItichaMon County, Pa. This remedy is for sale by Titnsville TO .BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
Glenn ordered bow l......
i Pennsylvania university Withorspoon Simple *! ro-tiral nbovrmir. tocoiMtr ct
Pharmacy, Banner Drug More and _.... .
early brought Into his argument ban 1 tor kae wrtb aj vw ral other pl8M.HOW
Superior Court of Nashville, Councilman of Boston all dealers.
I the Iloosevelt letter referringto TO EU1LD A KNOCKABOUTA i
Solicitor Brown Vaughan of Ann Arbor and Col well ot ,.
, Judge Prltchard. fine a anrafi Tni-uni bout good cabin; exmQeBmiler.
r to resist to the Haywood. Moyer and Debs as "un Chicago.; The committee finds that suit.ldti Ivr*!u,low wat.ra.
desirable citizens" and the fact that Breaking It Gently. 3UILD SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP
HOW TO
1 vtmost the release of the defendants,
there are too of these schoolsIn
the Standard Oil owned the many "How much coal Is there. Susan t A drrrr hatIe.adszg boat,with moderate o..erba.op sae
i promising armed protection to the company
which preliminary education is insufficient rash'; pia.
and smelters In the Coeur How long will It last?
I state officers, and thus precipitating: a mines and in which the course of HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE: OR SHARPIE
d'Alenes where all the trouble began.): "Well, ma'am. It will last quite r.a ytotald.fTrrTthinfftraiiMjn the craft for a bo:
direct conflict of authority between the
instruction i is and the lack
Inadequate to begia w rtk;cu IK bwlt rrrfeheapiyta.enbop or cat nf
lIe explained how the Pinkertons had awhile If you don't have any fires.
federal court and the state of North of trained teachers evident. It appears -'I HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHTA
hired Orchard to kill Steunenberg and "Then there fsn't much left? ....,
Carolina. that there aI'now in this country I complete de pton: of how to baJJ a model,*lw CM
"There isn't left ma'aa. jf skid seed in ml ao;uoileU.PRICE .
others in order to involve the leadersof any
Judge Pritchard's decision main-
ir.0 medical schools, or as manyas

tained that the Penalties inflicted under the miners union. in all Europe. The report holds $1. EACH
Kflect. of Drain*.
the new statute would close the Following Richardson, Lawyer Dar- that the great advance In the sciences PREPAID BY EXPRESS *NT' MtRC

doors to a judicial hearing and would row made a strong! appeal for the defendant In recent years has made An tear specialist insists that deafness Bound in cloth Goid I tmn\ -See of pag.. '
n'ssarva''
in emotional affects all the senses. lIe says the reason inches : .
amount to a virtual confiscation of therallroad's indulging many much broader and : '9 by >1 -Large ciearly-drawn plans. t
for this is that the ear It only on!
climaxes. lIe urged the jury not to
property. lie explains that course tf medical education than formerly THE RUDDER PUELISHING CO.
I servant of the service of the
he had June !,.") compromise but to "hang Haywood"if It insists that sensory
already on enjoinedthe prevailed. a 3 MURRAT STRtET NEW YORK \I. S. A
they thought him guilty of such a human system. Loss of hearing Is
state from putting the new rates four year hich school course is regnirerl I Snd postal far Catalogue of Books for !
I really partial paralysis of the brain
Into effect crime. lIe summed up the evidence ofa 'iulrtJmalt' l i- ,
pending an inquiry as to the a year of physics chemistryand : "zry
but owing to the sympathetic connection
constitutionality of the law and that dozen witnesses who contradicted biology; two yonrs of practical. --

he had protected the rights of the pub- Orchard and asked if they could take laboratory work two years of clinical of the various sensory nerve cen '-' -

the word of "a 'cowardlylyiu: murderer ters of the brain the others Indirectly
lic by requiring a coupon to be givento work in hospitals and a year as in-
aaaiust the word of people of concerned have to combat for their
ticket in To ade-
each purchaser showing the erne a hospital. provide ,
amount to 1*> refunded in the event good character." He added that Orchard juate equipment medical schools must | very life the demoralizing Influence of

the rates should be upheld; hence he if not the greatest murderer, was I't' endowed. It is found that many j the affected center. ; Itsanrtit

holds that the federal courtas not the biggest liar. As to imuiutiitv. Orchard of orr medical schools are still ( :

the aggressor and that it would be was already paid by having his d1lIIt'l solely for profit, which i-; ("On-I A Bold Step.To n

Incumbent upon him to protect the life prolougwl in a soft comfortableberth trary to the spirit of true attainment i!ii overcome the well-grounded and

rights of the parties to the controversyand and it was a month after he i I Ir reasonable objections of the more Intelligent -

the authority of his court by had s-hiftrd his crimes Haywood that to the use of secret, medicinal com have stood the test for over 50 years,

its jurisdiction. He points preserving out he had thought of getting religion. r SCIENTIFIC'' I pounds, Dr. IL V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N certalutyofgowth.and arc still in the lca t'.iesr
he Y.,some time ago,decided to make a bole
McPailand. the chief Pinkerton, large yiel l of delicious vescetables and
that if the case had teen carried to a
chanicterizfd ..ISa lying, deceitful departure from the usual course pursued beautiful flowers, niaLe them the most
higher state court that court would ] A Remarkable Photograph.The by the makers of put-up medicine for domestic reliable and t.ie uiost popular: every
scoundn-l !!, de-n',unwd Haw ley asa I where oM bv all Jealer 1907
not have permitted the execution of a Technical W.rld Magazine rl"i'lnn.s use, and,so has published broad
sentence based upon the infraction of 'hinil ;graft or." Uiirnu: ? words of I' a photograph of the autonm. cast and o/TMy to the whole world, a full Seed Annual free on raiuest. ,
D. M. FERKT 4 CO..
sympathy for the working ilass werespoken. and 'e list of all the ingredients
a law hose validity as yet to be determined icilbt ttu'i.i while! be was driving his tromp Detroit, Mich.
and ,'rh-d that million in the of his
it was ass a entering composition widely t
by the courts. IIIwhit11 the Florida each at the )
willing: hands would "seize theballnvr celebrated rpdicrfics.i Thus he has taken
i Governor Glenn in a statement to rate of lat feet Per St''fD'}. The shutter his numcnrts /,trans and i1
patients
.>f lUH-rty t.th(' "!vn graveand into 50 YEARS
i the press resents the charge of usurpation ." was set to she an exposure of his full/oaF once. Thus too he has re- EXPERIENCE
if the
bear it on t.t vit >r.- jury
fJ made by the railroad! men and 1-lno of a second. so that the distance moved/iivciedicines from among secret

1 sacs that ln is simply trying to enforce should hang Bill; llaywe.M. lie would traversedthile the picture was being nostr/nXof doubtful merits, and made t

if the law as the executive officer of the nut insinuate that Sonator Itorabyas taken was only about one and one-half them .cmcdus of Known Comp sttion.
h.most than but wasslicker. I ltv tht M' e+ 11 laic
' any more Hawlt-y. : nn chntvn 1
'! tate, It eing his duty to MV that violators feet.C'emencsau. ,.
I th it h -< ''>rmu'Ms ,ffof >'fh < > ( ;vn
are punbbt'l.l.t tnt b" : Ti'-r jfr-r.to suhio the f r
In n "
t Balloon.
t, With a view to adjusting this conflict 'nat'r lU,rah it';:au his pica for the a '" ..,......t ,,'r,. v.

of authorities istant Attorney state by saying that they did not wan' In th diricible military balloon Pa- Not only d..vs the w rapper of ever,, bottle TRADE MARKS 1$
a vicarious aionouu'nt. did not wan: trie a two hour flight was made at of Hr. IVnv s Golden Medical I>iscovery, thfamous DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
f. General Sanford was sent by President nittlinne for
weak stomach vioJ
It AsheUlle to lIa.\ \,".\d fiuvxtvd for the crimes .>fOivhard. ?'stria. l-r.ne. liI'nnii'T O!" iieiivati h.-tor or biliousness and all catarrhal dwasos &c.
Roosevelt to a
propose IVttilmn- Siinpkins lie ( and M'uister; of War rieqnart. wherever l ri compromise providing that the injunction pima biiytuJi, a full and tunpkt1't of all! qaiccly! a-vertain our opinion free wnet-jer' anIn..nton
d'lnug which a hot water Pits' bur>t.dreiKhiiig n prohnbiv patentable. ('nimunim.
ih'uitsl that v f'ghtl.ig the nth'-nts .
' suit IK brought to tiaal hearing at they en orginiztil cumivinsr tt but a mall mtrictlyronadential. Handbook Patents i
'J !h!?'<>r l once that the lial\( as corpus ease, be standard m but 1 littulr.ed. that if Orcli.inVs trail th%m. of pra'tire, cuntaining vi'rv nunierot.s sffal waist, without charge in the
'I carried at to the court
once supreme followed it wotnd lIt forml tu A Naw Foundation Method. eVrarts from the writing; .. of leadirpractitioners :;:
by appeal and that all further proceedLugs Here of medicine, endorsing the Scientific Jlm ritiUI.A
'I under the rate law iu the state load "up the stairway ">f indention The I.it.'rar Ilig" t quote: from a ttr i I them t.'ntainf(l\ in Dr. 1'ifrrv tnfili'ireiOne handsomely flhi-.traced woekiT I.argent rtr-
. court be su:' HMided uatil the supreme headquarter in iH'nvw. lie sdmitted fon'i-'.tt eninee.nu:; i'aj'T the l'S.'rith.u !'- of thee little buukswiil be DaIJfn.'e\ "nati>.n ..>f an. wiei'iBC i'urtiAl. 1..rmi.13: a t
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rear f'.ur m( "tlis,{L sola by 'll fle>rf1"1lJe")
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] that Orthard Wla human devil .f a netsmethod of ciukin::: to any one wndiiv address lJ"otall.'ard or
court of the United States could renI by letter to Iir. 1:. V. Pierce. Buffalo. N Y.
MuriN & CO.361iJroadwaJ New York
I This but saul -What t f it? claiming rounlttiou now u-**"! in all sorts of and ronupNtiDR{ the From
der final judgment. proportionI same this Jjt'le]
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I Glenn that bist..ry had teeu e.'rrols'rntelby ulitions.: It is known as the \-U- book it will be learned that lIr" 1'wrre -na.d- _
was rejected IcytH'fllOr Lcltes contain no alt't.Jhl1l. naiotics mineral
i promptly as involving his surrender to the finding of bombs as indicated. j re>sol svvteni. It i>n.-;ists In makins a.:.-nt- or other poioii>u*>or injurious a,'nts i.

I He aid he would! holes through the soft soil I the federal court. Nebraska EApress Controversy. r.al rata of great value: ao! that !home of ;

s not 'onsLer any offer from the otherI The :Ne'.r;>sku railroad -ouimifi hard pan by uieanof a tapering arm the ru st raluaMe, In'rt'IJl'nts {cuijtai.u-d\ AND: CURE THE LUNGS
I v\h-h is furn l d< wn like a pile driver I'r Fierce'* Favorite Prescription for weai. -
side uatil the railroad bat comPiiedi held :'u ovn lu'irug: preparatory t" nervous, over-worked "run-down.? wm>ta: ---
! the law and until the federal rolut'n:, the : rates in aivonlamv and then till'nz these h..es; with stonesnail and debilitated women were t-mployd. long ,, :
ejv.ss rubble in Miessie lajers. ea.-h ;year ago, by the Indians for similar ailments y Kings
I| courts had recognized the right of the with ih,' new state iaw The law affecting their vjnaws.' In tart one of themust ;
of which is nnnly raranie.1 down
I valuable
institute suits and to prosecutethem med'iual plants entering rito
tate to was to into effeit July 4, but the
' so The result is to pr.*1ue a mctnvithil': the composition of Dr. 1'ierce's Favorite 1'rei i, .
under the existing law. He or- companies say that they are entitledto scnption wa known to the Indians a- New Discnvery
1 1Ioek! <>f great !'tt"Pnrh.0: ground is "-"maw-Weed." Our knowledge
time till :). The five big of the use"
proceeded Aug. e\ removed in the l.'ring of the sbaft of not a few of our most valuable native, me- .t
j press companies offered to compromiseby dicinal plants was gained from the IndiaAc !:!\. I Price
enforce the the sides of which acquire great compactness. made up by Improved and
. to exact
every lawful means reducing rates 15 per cent e-wes.. the Favorite Proc rlption" h pro- tOR CONSUMPTION SOc & $1.00
a most
I laws of the state. lIe holds that the efficient remedy for mrulatirig all the womanly Free Trial. i*

I Interference of Judge Pritchard prevented CAf9TORIA.Bears CA.f3TORSA. functions. t"'OTT\'tin. displacements as I
from "Ssgutu. Bautcf ilia Ha'.i Asats! Blight prolapsus, anterersion tnd retorversion. Guaranteed for all THROAT and
the state courts performIng tie Bean the : overcoming painful erlods,, toning thei
up
.. their duties and would have tied .... dA"Hft: # r.gnatDrea ;; nerves and bringing about a perfect state of LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY
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A ,-THE,FLORIDA STAR No Cigarettes For Minors ANTI-PASS LAW A GIRL'S LETTER. Decorations For HumbI Heroism. '

Possibly some of our merchants IN OPERATIONProhibits Sfiss Rou Hurst 733 Harris Strut King Edward's Institution of a new :
'FL Entered at thepostoffice at Titasvflle. may not know that the last sessionof A k/tnI. fffr, HntesScvtetAtngof cross for valor which Is to bear hIs t
lecond-class mail matter.
the enacted Interest to All Women. reward those acts of
Legislature a strong name and Is to t
Railroads from
w XUU B. pater editor Md P b1lahr. law forbidding the sale or giving,to Issuing Read What She Says: courage and devotion that only too- "" --<
Passes in This State often have their occasion In the mine >;.4
t- : PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOBNINQ minors of cigarettes,cigarette paper and the quarry will supply a lack in ;

-' tobacco, etc., and that the violationis The following is the anti-pass law our (English) national scheme of decoration l
It most be clearly understood that neither
Tax: STAK nor its editor is responsible for punishable by a heavy fine. This enacted by the legislature and which says' the Pall Mall Gazette. The }

i, ; n, opinions expressed by correspondents. I act, which was approved on May 22, went into effect on the first inst.: heroism that finds its sphere of action i

/ 1907, provides as follows: "An act to prohibit the giving ofa out of sight and underground Is 1f- :
i: ; To judge from the names that ap mighty apt to find its most marked ap- :;:
Section 1. That it shall hereafter. rebate, special rate, or drawback, preclation- there also. And yet perhaps -
pear,in the reports of the outrages be unlawful in the state of Floridafor I by any common carrier, or any officer heroism Is not much less heroIsm _'.:'1

i : committed in New York, the Italian any corporation, company, firmor agent or employee thereof, doing when It faces the choke damp or -

r t question seems in a fair way to sup- person to sell, barter, furnish or business in the State of Florida, the water or volunteers for the down J

..; ersede the negro problem. v give away, directly or indirectly, to or the receiving of same by any .Y: cage goes above as a rescue ground party for the than V. when C. it .

any minor any cigarette, cigarette person, persons or corporations."Be .
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'_ For more than twenty years prior wrapper or any substitute for eitheror it enacted by the Legislatureof Cornstalk Fifteen Feet High. t

; to his election as governor of North to procure for, or to persuade, the State of Florida: A cornstalk fifteen feet high. bear-
of
four well developed ears corn.
Ing
4 i Carolina Glenn attorney for advise counselor compel any child "Section 1. That if any common"carrier
: was an was on exhibition recently in front ofa
r"lt< t @ L f' the Southern railway. It is safe to under said age, to smoke any ciga- engaged in business as such saloon in Kansas City Mo. It was
d rette. in the State of Florida, or any officer taken says the Kansas City Star,from
that he will never that
{ occupy
say Section 2. such thereof the field of Frank Schwartz who lives
'' Any corporation, agent or employee ,
position with the Southern again.The four miles north of Lee's Summit.
company, firm or person violating shall, directly or indirectly, by any

any of the provisions of this act special rate, rebate, drawback or Notice to TeachersOffice

1 Washington Herald directs attention shall, for the first offense, upon conviction I other device, charge, demand, collect r :.. Superintendent Public Instruction,Titus -

i_ rv to the fact that a German thereof, be fined in any sum l or receive from any corporation, ville, Fla.

t e baron, before marrying an American not more than $50 nor less than $10; person or persons a greater or less be The used following as the basis ia a of list the of September the text books exami-fc>

? heiress, worked six months in a coal and for a second and any subsequent compensation for any service rendered nation. 1907:
r j.? ra::, !y Orthography-Beed's Word Lessons ((25c)
,- mine. This obviously made him a offense, such corporation, company, or to be rendered; in the trans- Maynard. Merrill &Co, New York.

coal baron, and a coal baron is not or person shall, upon conviction portation of passengers or property, Composition Reading-Any Maxwell standard&author bmitb's: will Writingin answer.

e such a bad match after all. thereof, be fined in'' any sum not than such common carrier charges, English (75c). American Book Co.
4 Arithmetic-M line's Standard (&>e), American
demands collects
more than $100 nor less than $10, or receives from Book ('o., Atlanta.:
I One of the best edited papers inthe and to which may be added imprison- any other corporation, person or ft\ WANT to say a worrf for Peru at English Grammar-Metcalfs ((60c), American -

r South is the Pensacola Journal. ment in the county jail for any period persons for doing it, or him or heror others Ifor who systemio read this catarrh try and It and trust receive U Book S. History Co. -Field's Grammar School(fl),
not them like and may American Book Co.:
Frank L. Mayes writes ably and im- exceeding sixty days. a contemporaneous the same good from it that I did. j,I Florida History-Brevard&Bennett's((60cJ.,
that he Section It is hereby made the service in the transportation of "I h.-J been ailing for a long time 'American Book Co. and Fairbanks, H.&W.
partially upon any matter I duty of sheriffs, constables, their r a like kind of traffic, under substan- and nothing: seemed to do me any good, < B. Drew CaGeographyBedway
his without I tried and i a Natural Advanced
takes up, handling subject although many doctors
deputies or any public officer to enforce tially similar circumstances and con- medicines. I had become bad ', ($1.25)), American Book Co.PhysiologyColeman's .
I fear or favor. This is the kind many so ; Elements of (DOe).
ditions
the provisions of this act, and such common carrier, officer that there was no pleasure in living."I i The McMillan Co., Atlanta.
kj of journalism that commands admir- he may summon any minor who mayhave agent, or employee, shall be guiltyof was finally asked by a friend to : Civil Government-Yocum's Civil Government -

... ation. or have had in his possessionany unjust discrimination, which is misgivings.try Peruaa which What I was did, with delight many I. E.O. Painter of Florida Co,and DeLand the ,United Fla. States(f 1)).

cigarettes or cigarette material, hereby prohibited and declared to after taking the first bottle my, to see a I Algebra) -Milne's High Scoool ($1), American -
Book Co.Physical .
w' Arrayed in a garb that looked like and compel him to testify before the be unlawful. And it shall be unlaw great change for the better and I kepton 1: Geography-Tarr's New (fl),

t that of a farmer, John Sharp Williams county judge or any justice of the ful for any corporation, person or improving until completely re ,. The McMillan Co..Atlanta.
Theory and Practice For first
e : grade certificates -
x captured the Mississippi silk- peace as to where and of whom h e persons, to receive any sum of mon- covered.. -Psychological Principles of Education -
f' '/ now feel like new woman.It by Home Parts III and IV for
: :t ; stocking vote; while James K. Var- obtained such cigarettes or cigarette ey, rebate, or other thing of value, has done wonders for me and I gladly I (f 1.50),The McMillan Co.. Atlanta.September Ga.
r l y daman, clad in a frock coat and a material.: directly or indirectly, that is pro- recommend it to others.-Rose Hurst. For IieOOnc and third grade certificates
. :. Section 5. That this hibited to be given charged demanded :No ailing woman can fail to be inter Tompkin's Philosophy of Teaching(75c),Ginn
,, : plug hat, won the ballots of the wool act shall take &('.0., Atlanta, Ga
; .' effect collected eeted in the above testimonial. Misa 1 These books be had of most book dealers
immediately its or received by may -
hat boys. There is a paradox in dress upon passage Hurst was persuaded by a friend to try t in the state, or from the publishers by
,1.1: .} .-! for you. and approval by the governor.It this act. Verona,and she is now perfectly well i I I 1 mail, post paid: on receipt of price >

.: 'r I ...," will be noticed that under the "Sec. 2. Any common carrier or and feels like another woman. Such ia j Snpt of J.Public K. WALKER Instruction

Secretary Taft is termed a bold strict provisions of the act, a person corporation violating any provisions her story in brief. Brevard County, Fla.

i ..4f:" man to start for the Philippines cannot even. give a cigarette to a of section 1 of this act shall, upon -- ---- --
minor. conviction thereof of
by a court
t ;r just at a time when his name is be
: competent jurisdiction be fined not
! t'i ing prominently brought forward as Fort Dallas Bank Matters less than one thousand dollars nor

candidate for the presidential From the Miami Record.
} f more than $25,000, and any officer, Happy Colors
nomination. Practical politicians In an endeavor to give its readers agent or employee of such corporation -
t would it better something authentic in You know that there are colors which signify sadness others which
consider a plan to regard to or any other person violating indicate happiness-but do
you ever stop to thins how often people are
r remain close at home and keep a Ft. Dallas Bank affairs a represents- the provisions of this act, shall, upon made sad or glad because of the colors!
k : tive of the -J I1tf w You know that children and flowers thrive best
1 close grip on the situation. But no Evening Record called on conviction by a court of compe- ?n-Mk the in
i -r sunshine. Why not have more sunshine in
doubt Teddy will attend to that. Capt. J. A. McDonald today. Capt. tent jusisdiction, be deemed guilty own home, then-why not let us show you how to your get
McDonald is one of the committeeof of a felony and confined in the state V it in the walls by using

The fine of twenty-nine million depositors, appointed to look over prison for a term of not exceedingfive
x the books of the bank. The follow t Ala1ms6ne J
", dollars that Judge Landis has putonto ;years. :
conversation took place:
the Standard Oil company will 1 1 The Wall
Sanituy
"Is there any information that Dixie Wins Great Race Coating
,no doubt put a stop to rebates, otherwise
you can give to the public, throughthe Every one interested in motor y t By having your walls decorated
: the prosecution of hundreds of ,. ---------- wIth Alabastine you will make
columns of the Evening Record, boats in Florida will remember thee t them more artistic, more durable -
other cases against that company in regard to the examination by th fast motor boat Dixie, which won S more sanitary, and will

would practically amount to confis. committee who examined the affairsof many races at Palm Beach last February { make your home a more cheer-
ful to live in. Let
place show
cation of its property. The Chicago: the Ft. Dallas National Bank yesterday which is owned by Commodore 1 rQdt} you how easy and economical us

i : &. Alton railroad will be the next! asked the reporter of the Schroeder, of the Auto Boat 4Q' Alabastine is, and how the different

corporation to receive attention of a. Record."I Club of America. Well, the Dixie signs can tints be and combined stenciled de-

} special grand jury in Judge Landis' have absolutely no informationto just won the race for the internat duce "exactly the erect

; court. give of the findings of the committee ional cup in Southampton, England, you want."

you refer to," replied Mr. beating the nearest British boat, ; Portfolio Prize of Designs AUbactUe

It is thought that the success of McDonald. Daimler, II. by three quarters of a IB now nwdj for roar Inspection.

the appeal in the case of the Stand Continuing, he said: "AH of the mile over thirty-five mile course. I

ard Oil company to the United I information that the committee re The Dixie's time was 1:15:44 3-5 and

ceived was given to them by Ex that of the Daimler II. 1.17:25 ?.;.
States will
; court depend very largely
aminer McDonald with the -------
on the technical conduct of the understanding For Confederate Veterans.The For Sale by EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO1I1PAYPlay
that it was to be treated in I
; 4_ case in trial before Judge Landis. the strictest possible confidence. proceedings and speeches of ;
It is stated that the merits of the the Confederate
1 They are enjoined from making anyuse recent Veterans reunion -
t case will not have much weight of the information they received, at Richmond will shortly bee I

This is one of the blemishes of American and I feel very confident that on published in a book of about 150

proceedure. A righteous deci and all of the committee will observe pages and liberally illustrated. The Ball IA I

sion may be reversed on account of that injunction strictly, except, of volume will also include a number

; many technical findings where thereis course, that they may and undoubtedly of choice patriotic Southern }>'X'ms.

only! one why it should be affirmed. will discus: the matter bttvveenthemselves. The work will be sold bv subscriptionand i

Truly the odds against affirmationare Mr. W. S. Norwood, of
1 "Examiner McDonald assured us voile. Commander of Camp Titus-I
really great.
F that he was giving the committee will receive subscriptions
I Complete Line ofBASE
i I information to the fullest extent and veterans or any others wishing a
The American proposition lookingto limit of the instructions received by copy of the same. The price ha I

; i the immunity of private property him from the department in Wash been placed at the nominal um of j I SJ: ?.A..U : :)ING'!
.1 from seizure at sea during war times ington, and I am in a position to 35 cents and it is hoped that every !I ,
member of the will
failed to receive the unanimous i in know that this is true, a, I saw and him their order at camp once. The forward books I

dorsement of the peace conference read the telegram that he received will be delivered by Commander I! BALL

.t a .y at the Hague tribunal which i is authorizing him to allow an examination i Norwood as soon as received from i GOODSCarried

,'i requisite to assure adoption, but it i by a committee of the teed the publisher. i iI

was approved by the big majority. tors, under his personal supervision I, Chaiul>rrl..in'. Polio. Cholera and IHarr- I:
and the other conditions thereinimposed hoes femwly, Better Than by
I Ii Twenty-one countries with a were strictly observed Three Doctor
f population of 804,000,000, voted for him." Three years ago we hd three doctors with
our little boy and e\erythmz; that they could
i it, and eleven countries, with a pop The first do stiiied in vain. At last when all hope | The H. & W. B. DREW CO.
the
report to comptrollerof seemed to be gone we began using t'bamberUn's -
. -, L ulation of 729,000,000, against i it. the currency by J. McDonald, Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
Morally this is victory for the receiver of the Fort Dallas National and in a few hours he began to improve. Today j
t he is as healthy a child as parents could Distributors for
bank of shows Florida
(" United States, and even though the Miami the total assets wish for." Mrs.B.J.Johnston Linton. MLSS.
of the bank to be $667,101. For sole by Titusville Pharmacy, Banner
1 rule cannot be adopted this country The receiver estimates $137,000) as Drug Store and all dealers.

places itself on record as taking a good, $404,575 as doubtful and $134- CAS'1"Orl.XA.B..1b -" JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDASend
825 as worthless. The total liabilities, > Tit Kind Yea Nara Atari B
f sensible position, backed up by many I
which does not include
capital stock, Sipan:. ct
likeminded. amount to $577,076. 1 for catalogue
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-';<:=,k;, w :: : ; -- priest examination.San was held'Tn.1 < .OOO'oo1J for further a ment.dominant Several influence other over members Its'manage of the- Rochester Gas Engines ; :

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-::-1l;.,,. ; ( I I'TAB'ON The Francisco old board Supervisors of supervisors Out.for the Du ants.Pont family are also made defend- : }j


.. ; # :.{ f '..: city of San Francisco who served under Haywood Boomed; Moyer Out HEW DESIGK ;;,,

"f Mayor Schmitz have tendered their The verdict of acquittal rendered by :'

resignations, thus making way for the the Boise jury which freed William I : t.

: THEWORLD new set appointed by Mayor Taylor D. Haywood from the charge of conspiracy TwoCycleThreePort '. ,a" t

At the same time former Mayor to cause the murder of former : ''''

.. Schmitz has appointed a new set of Governor Steunenberg came with all if0 .

supervisors in order to set up the claim the force of the unexpected, ending the '; :

in the courts of his right to continue suspense felt by the entire country One .to Fonr Cylinders -

as'the duly authorized mayor of the during the eighty days over which .

'_ I LEGAL-CRIMINAL I IJ city and with a view to contesting all the trial had been spread. The jury 21-2 t to .

> the acts of Mayor Taylor and the new weighed Its decision in the light of the z,=

; board. evidence and the charge of Judge tOO H. P. .

Glenn Gains His Point. Wood, which made the Orchard confession -
New York's Wave of Crime.
Pursuant to an agreement reached practically worthless unless* Cut of oar new design 2 cycle,3-port double cylinder ;
:Fi Close In the wake of a long series of Made up one to four cylinders 21 to 100 lIe P. Y,
between. Governor Glenn of North found to be distinctly corroborated.The .

Carolina and the Southern railway vicious and murderous assaults upon jury stood first S to 4, then 10 to 5 h. p. 2-cylinders, weight 125 pounds, price complete -

< counsel for the corporation presented little girls In and near New York city 2 and finally ,unanimous for acquittal with reverse clutch, propellor and shaft $185 00
the police authorities of the .
)i:" v revised petitions to Judge Pritchard metropolishave although one juror is reported as sayIng ...
16 h.
been confronted with, two cases p. 4-cylinder, weight 395 pounds, price complete ,
_ of the federal circuit court asking for that although he had deferred to with t' .
clutch and shaft "
' of murdered women recalling the mur- reverse propellor $500.60
: 'a modification of his original injunction the majority he still held his opinionof
: ders of "Jack the Ripper" In the Whlte- Record of "Baby Bullet" with Rochester
against the execution of the new Hay wood's guilt. a _
chapel section of London and
;_,'. rate law and the judge complied thus with the tallyingin The defendant after receiving the Eau Gallie to Palm Beach, time 8} hours. Entered ten races, more than 100 miles,making '"
';"; '<' ending a deadlock which had lasted many respects recent seriesof congratulations of his counsel and every lap with a variation of less than 30 seconds. Palm Beach to Eau Gallic, 120 miles, t
-, ,, nearly two weeks and had threatened fiendish attacks upon little girls in thanking the jurymen individually f 8 3-4 hours. All this running without a hitch. Write me for catalogue and prices.

,::;-- : to Involve the clash of state and federal Berlin by an unknown and unappre- rushed from the courtroom to break G. F. P.A.DDXSON c ; .
hended assailant In
a rooming house
:'" troops. Judge Pritchard took occasion the news to his mother who had
: : to say that the question of where a number of people were sleep- broken down under the strain and his" Eau Gtllle : : Florida ( .
l. Ing on the other side of a thin board .
( :: ,state rights hadLf" family. In a statement to the press -- -
partition a woman was found strangled
not been involved he expressed appreciation of the support
and the man with whom she had
in the controversy of the working class and of tin A Cash Proposition
been consorting was missing. The
and that kind treatment of his family by the ,
- murderer had mutilated the body by
; l his action was in citizens of Boise. lIe had "no ill feeling -
biting Into the flesh of the cheek and SJXTY PER GENT A. YEAR .
no sense an interference or ill will toward any person"The
arm. Within a few hours afterwardthe
t<"r | with judge and Senator Borah, he said. j .

<, the state authors body of a young woman was had been fair to him and he did not Beginning Aug. 10th we will introduce our "CASH WITH : 1

\ ities. In their found In an areaway on the east side even blame Governor Gooding for the ORDER" system which will, we believe, benefit both ourselves and
} with marks on her neck showing that : :
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?f' petitions the position he had taken. Both Darrow our customers. .
she too, had been strangled with ama'n's
: ? railroad officials anti] Richardson said! the trial had been'
"'f I On all orders accompanied by cash check order
or
hands and with her body frightfully money we !
i s.?'-- say that the mutilated. A Russian named fair. HanjOrcbard said: "Well I will allow a discount of 5 per cent from our regular prices on all :.d- i
agreement have done I told the
; was my duty. truth. material.As '
Kuzmlcho, who was arrested on suspicion r
i assented to under I could do no more. I am ready to
bills would be paid in thirty days this is
I admitted that he had been In anyway, equivalentto
y duress of take that be .
any punishment may 60 cent a
company with the woman foundin per year.
young
;. public opinion the area, but denied that he was responsible meted out to me for my crime, and This discount will positively not be allowed on any orders not ,

: inflamed by the for her death. The city au- the sooner It conies the ctter." accompanied by cash, or which have to be charged.We .

press and the thorities have called for an increased Statements made by Governor Good- guarantee all material, and stand ready to correct any errors

politicians and number of policemen and Commissioner Ing and Senator Borah dispelled the Impression that we make. .
under the threatof that the cases against Meyer,
Governor
Glenn. Bingham has cautioned all parentsto All orders from reliable customers will be filled as heretofore, _

an extra session guard their children and women Pettibone and Simpkins would not be but if you wish to participate in our' CASH DISCOUNT PLAN, get ,tour

:j of the legislature. It had been at all hours. The Berlin young"ripper"who pressed. Mover was, however, admitted price list or our estimate and remit with order. '' t

reached only after the state authorities i to bail in $2T..OOO, furnished by the
had resumed the prosecution of chooses little girls as his victims Butte local of the Miners' federation. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY
Is believed to have been .
ticket agents and had arrested President responsiblefor The trial of Pettiboue will come off at
the death of thirty children within
Finley of the Southern. Following the next term of the court. Haywood +,
a year. The prevailing opinion Is that 'I. REASONSFor
.' the reversal of the federal order, is to go back to Denver at once to re-
; these crimes have been committed
the Southern gave notice in the supreme bya sume his work where he left It off,
maniac or moral pervert Buying a High Speed, Ball Spend a Pleasant
r court at Raleigh that it ap- but already he is in great demand to

pealed from the $30.000 fine. Governor Gas Trust Not a Monopoly.The address meetings of labor unions and Bearing a [alf tour

Glenn, seeing that the law was effort Attorney General Jack- Socialists In all parts of the country Shuttle ;,_
"Standard"
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Rotary
duly recognized, ordered the judges son of New York to annul the charter and the latter are booming him for the .. >i

to stop all prosecutions of the rail- and corporate existence of the Consoli- presidential nomination.

roads, saying that when they obey dated Gas company of New York city, Sewing Machine ..

tile law the railroads are entitled to known as the gas trust has been balk- Remedy for Diarrhora.to Fail Sever Known -

protection. The Atlantic Coast line ed by the derision l of Justice McCall, E
"I want to say a few words for Chamber ONLY ONE REASONFor
4, had also joined In the agreement, and which holds that the company Is not a lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. <

v: ot lines are expected to follow suit! monopoly In the eye of the law. lie I have used this preparation in my family for buying any other machine, : H-

President Finley of the Southern said! regards the antitrust laws as being the past five years and have recommended it viz.: It is cheaper. But there is '
to a number of pcopiein York and
little than codification of the county
more a
later that the 2U cent rate had been .
have never known it to fail to effect cure in
resisted because it was confiscatory common law upon the subject and that any instance. I feel that I cannot say tOo more difference in the quality took!** ever the HENRY BOSCH COM. "

t. and that the railroad had yielded its there is nothing to prevent one corporation much for the best remedy of the kind in the than in the price. ANY WALL PAPER samples at row e

clear right in tLe interests of from acquiring the stock of world. S. Jetuison Spring Grove, York own home-Bitting: comfortably ia your
peace another.To County, Pa. This remedy is for sale by Ti- eair chair! Toucan make a etterHlection
and amity. )Ir. Finley had been tusville Pharmacy, Banner Drug More and The "Standard" ROTARY. SHUTTLE that way than by ransacking the ston
promptly released upon a habeas corpus Bust the Powder Trust.In all dealers. SEVER STOPS when the machine is in You M. the whole IIB.-th very latest

5t'' writ issued by Judge Pritchard. the United States court at Wil operation. Old style shuttles start and detiffna-tho loveliest tints and richest y
,
Weekly Weather color effect including imported patterns.
x, In a message to the people of the min;on. Del. the federal governmenthas Report. TOP TWICE to each. rtitch. Just thinkof Everything food in waD papers in the I

state Governor Glenn said: "It is a begun suits against the companiesand JCPITEE, FLA., Aug. 6. 1907. the extra strain and wear that this Bosch toe.

great victory for state rights against individualconstituting what is Comparative statement of temperaturesand makes! The '-Standard' Rotary Shuttle It's economy too-TOO ret the lowest 1't

federal interference. It will teach known a* the Du Pout powder tni t. rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. moves on continuously without a jar. New York-Chicaeo Will call with price Boech*.Samplesany W 1
needle bar has only two motions toevery
The
1907 190t boar Look r
utility corporations that while! the petitioning that these various interests you name.
MAX. stitch, whereas the vibrator bar has then over to your heart's con-
DATE. MIS. MIX. MIN
: state will treat them fairly it will not he restrained from operating and engaging July 31. 94 76 89 75 four. tent not the lent obligation:
tolerate their to control the in Interstate commerce and thatreceivers bav. It's our way of adver I
trying 1. 74
Aug... 92 89 74 No heavy balance wheel require to tidal U.Beach Wall Papers
state. I never defied the federal jwvv- be appointed to take chargeof 2. 91 76 85 74 carry motion over the stops and starts.;
but their business. The petitionlIeg 44 3. i 5 75 86 71 The of each stitch
er, as has been stated, simply \ .. momentum : helps
4. W 74 86 73
tried to tarry out the law as I saw that In 1872 all except three of the .. 5. 96 73 86 81 make the next.
V. W. ELDRED
It under the constitution. Governor powder companies in the United! States i 6. 87 75 86 73 Less noise than any' other machine.

Comer Alabama warmly congratulated organized with the object of regulating' Total rainfall for the week .19 inches. RUNS 75 PElCEXT.. LIGHTER .

Governor Glenn upon the stand prices and that this association: was renewed Departure rainfall for the week minus .95; THAN OLD STYLE MACHINES. The Up-to-Date Painter and Deccrator
inches. The fact that it is the most rapid sewing
he had taken. In 1W31 so as to prevent the Departure rainfall since Jan. minus
1st machine made is conclusive::: proof thatit
entry of new comi> tlton;. Subse 10.65 inches. and evidence TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
Fourth Trial of Caleb Powers. is the lightest rnnning, good -
qu'utlyarious independent powder H. P. llABDIX. it is quiet.It .
At Georgetown, Ky Caleb Powers Official in very
makers were taken into the combination Charge. is the most rapid sewer-makes two
for the fourth time has been placed on 0 A. STEWART
until It11)' when it controlled ICi: motions of the treadle to three of other .
1 trial for conspiracy to effect the mur- Ueafneon Cannot lie Cured machines in sewini lilt" same length ofseam.
per cent of the powder hu,in'S$. It Is :
der of the late Governor Goebel. further alleged that In 1003 the *'o By local applications they cannot reach the It makes lib stitches while others
Judge J. E. Robbins who presided at diseased portion of the ear. There is only one make 100. }
called trust formed by the FIRE
powder was way to cure deafness,and that is by constitutional
who makes both the two thread lockstitch
the preceding trial of Powers and It
remedies. Deafness is caused
organization of the E. I. Du Tout de by an inflamed .
was designated by Governor Beckham condition of th@ mucous lining of the and the single thread chain stitch.It
Xeuiour Powder (1)wpanywith a capital -
trial accused in eustachian: tube. When this tube g ts flamed makes the prettiest and most elastic Insurance !
for the present was
of stock of .*.V)"< )o.+)",), :I:1 koldiuir you have a rumbIingsounl1 or imperfect hearing stitch. ,

an affidavit by Powers having company for the and when it is entirely closed deafness is Tensions not changed by change of

ruled unfairly in the former trial and purpose of ac- the result,and unless the inflammation can betaken speed, size of thread. thickness of good*, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
the de- out and this tube restored to its normal i;
of holding prejudice against q ul r i ng the nor length of stitch;-w hat other machine
fendant on account of his political af- condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; do much?
stock of can as
everycorporation nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh.
filiations. Judge Robbins while declaring engaging which in nothing but an inflamed condition of Does not break thread when machine I represent some of the leading

that the allegations against; 4 ; in the the mucous surfaces. is nm backwards. companies of the world and any-
\Ve will give One Hundred Dollars for The "Standard" Rotary has the biggest:
him were uttE.'rlyulltnle, gave notice manufacture of any business entrusted to me will re-
t
case of deafness (canned by catarrh) that cannot bobbin of anv lock-stitch machine. Hold I'
that he would vacate the bench. This s! -. hi-rh explosives.Under be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure Send for 100 yards of No. 80 rotton. i ceive prompt andcareful attention

caused an adjournment indefinitely this holding circulars,free. The tension i is released when taking I .

,, for certification of the fact to the guyerror. ( company the' F. J. CHENEY & CO.,Toledo,O. out the goodsThe -
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R S.ldbydrnrgi.tsc.Hall's
entire powder t'amilyl'i1Is:: are the K-st. shortest needle used in lock stitch : BOBBINS
k. Powers appeared to be in perfect business. it allege machines therefore less liable to bend i

physical condition despite his long was operated and skip stitches.Feed titi

;' confinement, as be has taken \iorous ; through threenominally motion ail positive-no springy; GRAHAM
reaP at- I CASTORIAFor ii-ed-hence machine will feed over allhkknef"H"of I
and
exercise regularly ghen ;: r distinct
k ; goiKlsand seams without CO.,
to his personal appearance. i ,
tention
concerns Infants and Children.
"chewing" the cloth, no matter what I
t' Attorney R. B. Franklin who has conducted namely the length of ititch. I (Incorporated Paid np Capita $25.0(00.(6.

: the prosecution; in all the trials H. A. Du Pont. Eastern Dyna- The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears Will wear twice as long another lock i .

growing out of the Goebel assassination mite tutll'anythe E. I. Du Pont de stitch machine*. This company own lands i

1'--. Is in charge of the present one.r Nemours company of Delaware and theSignature d // Utt set of attachment in any ma- in the Indian Hirer C'oun- i
of chine and fastened to the try.on the M. Lncie Itiver.
Armenian Priest Indicted. the Lanm & Rand Powder company !t'lf-a.fjl1oting, \
bar of the foot. at New River and on Ki
presser in place r-
r the Armenian The government also asks that the control -
Martoogessian,
Father IJest ball bearings! fitted with adjustable cayne Day.
who had been sus- of certain other companies by
; of New York
,, priest cone screws to take nn wear.
pected of some connection with the them' holding companies shall lie adjudged EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG. Most ea-ily' threaded of any machine J PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES: 1

I. r secret Ilunchakist society and friend ; unlawful and void and that the made ,

of Khachadorian. the arrested assassin defendants shall be restrained from F.DURER,Agent, Because all sewing machine companie': I Sendforlandlist.

of Tavshanjlan the millionaire carrying on unfair competition againstthe are t.. tifvinjr: to the tnperionty of the I OFFICES .
firms. tandard" Rotary Shuttle by brining I .
the
has himself been arrested independent Despite
importer
I{- rug and Indicted on several charges ofs fact that when Colonel II. A. Du Pont Florida and out and offering for sale rotary shuttle TITCSVILLE AND MIAMI. {
machines. These machines
do
United States last they not
At entered the senate
and blackmail.
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attempted robbery to sell defective
knowing
attempt they are
the same time evidence pointing year it was announced that he had 1 WesternHeats owing to ourcontrol of basic patents:
-::- ac- withdrawn from active participationIn HANDY MOTH PAPER f fA
strongly to Martoogessian as an but they do use them as an argument; .1

complice In the murder of Tavshan the powder business, the govern against rotary machines in the effort tosell .

secured by the district ment's bill makes him one of the de- their old style vibrator '
1 jlan has been : moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed
,
:;. attorney. A former friend of thet fendants, charging him with being under carpets or in the folds of fur and clothing -
has made a confession as to his president of the ruling concern from The Standard Sewing Machineis it drives away moths and worry Twelve t
priest of all Kinds sheets in a packet carriage prepaid 10 cents.
connection with a gang to threaten the time of Its organization until Jan. ,
sold by the Indian River Six packets 50 cents if druggist doesn't have it.
wealthy Armenians and to kill them 1, 1906, and with being at present one (41)

should they fall to give up the sums of the principal stockholders In said TITUSVILLE FLORIDA Music Houes, Titusville Madigan Powder Work,election 86Clarkrivillr I
Iowa ,
and of contlauingjo exercise
of money demailQ@UTGe acci company f


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6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1907


The Miami Record says that nearlyall NEW BAPTIST COLLEGE.One .
ITEMS OF NEWS
of.the engineer and office forcecf of the most Important events of

men who were at work at Key the week was the great convention TypewritersAgents :

West have been ordered to Long Key
: IN PAIR FLORIDA called by the Baptist church to meet
where they will assist in the railroad
I at Lake City. More than four hun
s. extension work. Only two or threeof

that is Being Done Towards tie Development the office men are kept at Key.West dred delegates responded to the call .
to consider and ratify Lake City's of.fer 01--

3E3is : of the Peninsula and these will remain there permanently to the Baptist convention of the Celebrated
to look after the interests of I for the
old State University property add
the road which may turn up in the island !
St Petersburg's assessed valuation buildings for the establishment of a

f"'.,_ this year is $1,851,000, as against $1- City. '! permanent college.
tf G95.000 last year, showing an increase At the last meeting of the Miniserial The convention unanimously decided FAYSHOLESTypewriter

;. of $156.000 for 1907. Association of this city, it was tCi accept the generous offer of Lake

.o The board of Trade of Daytona is the unanimous opinion that in the future City which offer includes a gift of $1:),-

y experimenting with crude oil as a no minister of the association will 000, the amount awarded the city bv .

t means of doing away with the dust. marry persons, who have been divorced the State legislature as compensationfor

t for reasons other than those assigned the abandoned The .
!; nuisance, that city. property. new
by the Bible for the separationof nstitution will be known as Columbia
t, In the wet and dry election held intT'
mm and wife. The ministers were Baptist college.
: Santa Rosa county Tuesday the coun-

ty was, voted dry by a majority that very pronounced against the common Forty names were presented to the used in Florida'lAK
form and practice of divorce, and convention from which the membersof 1,000 now
will probably be 150 when all the re-
x. reached the positive decision that they the board of control to the number
turns are in.
} will not marry any party or parties, of twenty will be selected. They fol- ,
jPi J. P. Bennett, sheriff of Bradford J
who have been divorced upon petty Mfr
low: Jack Williams, Alachua; A. F.
county committed suicide at his homein
complaints and grounds so general in Anthony, West Palm Beach; Prof. J.
Starke last Saturday night by put
the majority of divorce cases.-Miami
H. Richardson, Apopka; Albert Myera,
; ting a bullet through his brain. The
: Metropolis. Jackson county; C. A. Hardee, Livc
i terrible deed can be placed to the credo
A tree has been across the KendricK Oak; Dr. W. P. Adamson, Tampa; S.
it of strong drink.S. .
i hard road for a month or more. Whyit A. Ogilvie, Nassau county; M. II.

S. Avant, of Arcadia, has purchased has rot been removed is unknown. Mabry, Tallahassee; Rev. C. A. B-t-

4 a twelve-acre orange grove I Monday night Mr. G. H. McKean was ain, Kissimmee; S. H. Blitch, Ocala;

: c at Joshua Creek, in DeSoto County, taking a moonlight auto drive, and be- M. S. Knight Columbia county; Rev.T. .

from S. A. Waddell of Miami. The sides others, his sister-in-law, Mrs. C. M. Calloway, Pensacola; Rev. H. T.

grove yields from 2,500 to 3,000 boxesa V. Miller, was in the carriage with Marsh, Madiscn; W. D. Cam, Ocala: ----
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year. It is understood the price him. McKean saw the log across J.r E. Johnson, Jacksonville; B. Small, :

r paid was $15,000.Although the road but thought it was a shad- akfe City; C E. Mabry, Tampa; J. K.

tom the cotton crop in the ow and he was going with such speed Hardee, Madison; E. D. Beggs, Pe.i-I SecondHand TypewritersALL

} South will be several weeks late, reports that his aub was driven entirely over sacola; S. Pasco, Monticello; Rev. C.

"; isl from all sections show that the it Mrs. Miller was thrown several A. Ridley, Live Oak; B. F. Camp,

-plant is in a healthy condition, growing feet in the air and suffered a severe White Springs; Rev. C. C. Carroll, MAKES ALL PRICESTerms

s' well following the showery weath bruise on the back of her head. The Ocala; Rev. C. W. Duke, Tampa; W ,

j; er. The plant is small, but the growth other occupants escaped unhurt. The C. Powell, Jacksonville; J. L. Jones, to Suit

t during the last week has been the best car was not' injured by Its severe Arcadia; H. L. Covington, Pensacola,

1 F of any week this se2115 n. strain and Mrs. Miller was hastily M. L. Dekb, Mariana; John Sewfcr;,

4 t 7i tt The city council of Jacksonville is picked up, brought to her home and Miami; C. \. Carson, Kissimmee; R. Typewriter Repairing a Specialty

2f'; taking steps to prevent the threatened a physician was summoned. Fortunately S. Hall Ocala; Park Trammell, Lakeland -

It .' inflow of wholesale whisky dealers her wounds were not serious.-Ocaf ; O. J. Farmer, Bronson; R. L. ---- - -

Thi ,f from Georgia. An ordinance has been \ Banner. Turners, Invesness; H. S. Cummings, rn:13cNT: S

:: ;: Introduced making it unlawful to grant The Tampa Evening News has se- Putnam county; J. M. Rivers, Gainesville

r a licenseto, any person who has not cured an alternative writ of mandamus ; C. D. Frink, Live Oak; Iva J. We guarantee our Ribbons to be Non-Filling and

'' been a citizen of the city for at least from Judge J. B. Wall, directing the Carter, Live Oak; Rev. W. C. Foster,

;nine months. It is also proposed toe countv tax collector of Hillsboro, to Alachua. Durable

increase the city liquor license. deliver the copy for the delinquent tax The convention closed Friday wits
a moister picnic 75 cents each or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach-
Big things are doing these days In sale advertisement to that paper. The enjoyel by three ,

DeSoto county. Our cattle kings act tax collector has filed his answer, indicating thousand people. During the day $i5, ine. Any color.

l that he will with the 000 was raised as an endowment ana
comply
; ., t' so quickly and are so modest that
$ trades involving thousands go throughbefore order of the court and give the copy this amount will be largely increase

r other people know about the of advertisement to the News for pib- CARBON PAPEROur

., a negotiations. Hon. W. H. Hooker, our lication. This gives the much fought: COCHINEAL.

representative to the legislature has over printing to the News and leaves Carbon Paper is the Best. $1.65 to $4.00 per

Jas. the matter of who will get paid for it Dr Way the Tiny In.e-c'hl: Lire and
bought of Mr. Hendry of Ft My
How They Are Gathered.
box 100 sheets to the box.
a. to the decision of the supreme court, ,
ers, several thousand beef cattle and Merry millions of little buglets support ,
also a number of stock cattle. The to which tribunal the matter has bef-n
the vast cochineal industries. Can furnish any size, any color.
; ... carried on appeal by the Tampa Times
consideration was $50,000-.DeSoto Where the tiny cochineal insect conies

_".''*'- j" County News. which had been awarded the advertising from is something of a mystery, but ---

after the county commissionershad le does come wherever the nopal plant
.1' The Tropical Sun received a letter
'. : at first given it to the News, and i rows and for a long time was thoughtto
from, Boca Ratone the 14th from
; i on then annulled the contract and designated be a seed or a floweret of the plant. R. C. DAVIS & CO.
; which been
: money had lost. The post- The living female insect is twice as
the Times as the paper in which
;' i office officials took the matter up on large as the male. weighs one-tenth oft
it should be published.
,g. the 16th and on the 25th the money grain and loes much weight in dryIng -

,it; ; t was returned, having been located in Daring so that 70,XX) are needed to make Jacksonville Fla.
Holdup in TampaOne
one pound. During the rainy season
1 Atlanta, it had burst from its envelope
-, of the boldest holdups ever many millions of the creatures are ,
and was found loose in a mail pouch.
known in Tampa was perpetrated uponG. drowned or washed off the plants so
;& This is a good example of the vigilante -
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'. Ferlita. the saloon keeper, at the that when the Ions dry summer comes
of Uncle Sam and the perfecticn
there but few each
are a survivors on
t I corner of Franklin and Fortune streets
:; .; { of his system of search for lost 01 I plant. But these multiply so rapidly
at 10; o'clock Monday afternoon.
; .' stolen articles or money.-Trooicul i that before long the plants are ron r"
I Ferlita had ;JOO in I i\\
placed $ bank notes ed. The last act of the females life is iI

I Sun.The people of Dade City are deeply i and $GO in checks under his buggy to deposit a large number of eggs. on

I seat end was preparing to get into which her dead lady rests protecting;
agitated over the probable discovery I\\\ .
I the vehicle to take the money to the them from the burning ray of the sun
cf oil in that town. A very deep well I
I until the little ones emerge In aboutsix
; : bank when a negro named Arthur Robinson -
that
has
heretofore been
clear and
<'.1 i i weeks after the beginning of the \ \
,: approached and covering Ferlita
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7 pure water, has become muddy and I dry season comes the first harvest.
with a pistol grabbed the
I 1 very oily. It is now being tested, I money The plantation laborers make the
t. and the people there think it is a and fled. Policeman Hutchins, who round of the nopalry and with a brush 1

sure sign of the discovery; of oil. I saw the negro running gave chase. go over the entire plant "sweeping the

following him into the LeDuc building creatureInto a bag. They then, are
Should this substance prove to be oil,
where he had secreted himself in a killed by Immersion in hot water 1>yexposure
t ss it no doubt will, together with Its
toilet and thrown his booty and to steam or l Ioy drying in hot
i ; great tobacco production, Pasco coin gun ovens. The hot water or Menu mikes
into the basin. The officer securedthe
.' ty will soon rank among the wealthiest them a dark neiidish 1oWII or Ma 1 ..kcothlnoal.
thief well the ,
as as Rob-
money. .
-Alachua Post. The hot o\ "!* make th !.i 11
t 5, r inson was conveyed to jail, followed :a red gray humor diver ('O'hillt'.11. TIi:'
Nicholas Santini and his two son
p by a large crowd, the bold mid-day rob- females outnnmlH the males hy .1'

d met with a serious accident wrn'o bery: on one of Tampa's crowded Least 2W to 1. a frrtm.ite fwt f..r t1.- 'fcIj I
coming to Fort Mjers in a sail boat tt/ \ !IIIl \ i itA
1: street corners creating intense escite- planter since the mile* anr a.> u'." I; \ \ I I
attend the funeral of Mrs. William H. ment. to him whntcr

Bartley They were caught in a thunder ,

.1 storm when opposite the ThomasA. JUHS 4\\ULTIM*; 1

Edi!=on place, a bolt striking thj .
lint Chamberlain* Colic, Cliolrra and .
boat and coming straight down throttga Diarrhoea Kvnintv Cnrnl Hun Cf"\ .

the hatchwa, right between the BiLAi i
open It with that I UAz
!* pleasure rireyou this milicite ; a.
occuoants of the boat, tearing a big -> <] tJ,tinlll1ialI.ut a n' I had a M'venae, <>f ima-le I got ransht ina .. -
hole in the bow and almost sinking AND
hard rain and the !II', of.1tlt..1 ;
nu a in ray U1)
"x her at once, but leaving the men urI fetunurii and bwwcb. I lia.l an awful time" .. / "p/ 9 / A
s harmed other than tboroughl wetting and had it net l"t>u fur the n Mif <'h:imterJam's ,/ / / ,)
/olu. tliofo.a and Purrh.a Ien..droald \ I <> ,,-' T .r S
them and airing them a genuine scare. not have tiosMbly lived but a ft'w Louts t:= --cj-- -
longer, but thanks to this rrni ,ly. I [\ :1" :
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am now .
Mr. J. J. Itavman, who lost a gtcyquantity MronRandw.U; I have vmtUu the ahnve .f}: H 1.- L\\

, of turpentine boxes by: fire through Dimple gratitude and I shall always J.Pt:: __' 1 :}i Jt"L.b
speak a :00,1 wonl for tlm nmly. :;,Im. II. [ : ,
last spring, has entered suit against ," R 'iVPE' :n" '
twin, Coneorl.Ga. For sale by Titnville .
,
..
t the Seaboard Air Line in this county Pharmacy Banner Drug More awl all dealers For sale by the

'. for $:!;},OOO, alleging in his bill that tht
A fW doses of this ,"pUlp,1ill invariably -
defendant company is responsible for For Over Sixty Years cure an ordinary attack cftil

I his loss. This is one of the largest Mrs Windows Soothing; :xvnip halO :irrhoea. INDIAN RIVERMUSIC
I and been nefor\ over iItn ar? by millions! It can always be depended npcn
suits ever filed In Nassau county
a of mothers for their children>n while teething even in the more severe attacks of
will prove of great interest to all naval : with I perfect success It soothes the cramp colic and cholera morlm

d stores operators. It is understood: child, softens the gums a'lay* ail pain, It is equally successful for summer HOUSE
r that the defendant will endeavor to cures wind colic, and is the bet remedy; diarrhoea and cholera infantum in ,
pt' i for diarrluxa. It will relieve the poor children, and is the means of saving
1 prove that the fire was not set by lit tie sufferer immediately. Sold bydrugists : the lives of many children each year TITUSVILLE, FLA.

j the companj's engines, and that the in every part of the world. Twentyfive When reduced with water and

k wind was in a contrary direction ont cent! a bottle. Be rote and ask for sweetened it is plea'ant to take.
what the "Mrs. Winslow's 'Soothing: Syrup," and Every man of a family should keep
the fire to
the day caught tike no other kind. Guaranteed under this remedy in his home. Buy it now.

bill of Mr. Hayman claims.-Fernandi, the food and drugs act June Oth, I'JOG. PRICE, "!5c. LARGE SIZE, Sue.

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,FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1907 THE FLORIDA STAR 7

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::$. '!''!:'i a ....Tampa'to Duluth by Auto. Died in Mother's Arms. his hands or surrender his pocketbook $.

;.ter-.. ;'w- (Tampa' News.) (Starke Telegraph.) to them. He refused to do so, when o .

-* ,?' From Tampa to Duluth, Minn.. by Mrs. Sarah Rhoden had an experience one of them shot him, but fortunatelydid
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,. !.. automobile. In one day less than one in this city Tuesday afternoon not kill him. He came into the r 1
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## : "" .- ,month is the remarkable record made that will touch the heart of every parent city seeking medical attention. The f

I ,' ''':" ii' >y Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bachman, of who reads of it. Vessie Mrs. shot were lodged too deeply In his flIflTflflh1l

Ilt... {'' :''- Braldonlown who this morning wiicd Rhoden's eleven-year-old daughter had body to be extricated but it Is not believed ;

.>. "1t. W. E. Hixon, the automobile man of been III since Sunday with a distress- that his wounds will be fatal. 9 oo DROPS ;

: ,this city that they had Just arrived at ing pain in her side. Simple remedieswere The officers! have the names of the

that point .,,,,..... For Infants and Children. H I
after two and will be ar-
a very pleasant jour applied at home but the child desperadoes they ,

I ney. The telegram states that two seemed to be growing worse Tuesday rested. '
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r'{, untoward punctured tires constituted the only afternoon, and Mrs. Rhoden determined Day Must Serve Sentence. -- = = The Kind You Have .

incident of the long trip and to bring her to town, a distance of -
I';: that there The Tampa Evening News of Wed- t
was no engine trouble what- about "
four miles, for examination and -
ever. Considering that all sorts of nesday says: 'Always Bought
: treatment by a physician. Holding the
''j.p A from the Clerk of the AVegetablePreparationforAs-
,roads and all message
sorts of weather had
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child in her lap she drove to town
s t -, to-be encountered Supreme Court to Col. Robert W. Dads similating tteToodandRegutaing -
the freedom from in a buggy, but the little patient diedas
ibe S tomadis andBowels of
accidents the this morning brought the news Bears thee
on trip is
even more remarkable they were driving along South
: than the that the court had affirmed the judg-
time made. street near the home of Dr. Jno. C. (V iii$
ment of the Circuit Court In the case
Mr. and Mrs. Bachman '
y left Tampa Wills.
When the mother saw that
June 20th in Franklin of Henry W. Day, convicted of murder .. Signature
a "D" touring
her child had passed away she turned "
; car. From the i n the second degree and sentenced to Promotes KgcsKonChectful-
orange groves of Flor- and drove back to her home, still hold-
nessandHesl.Contains neitherhmimMorpbine
the penitentiary for life for the killingof
ida to the
shores of Lake OfNOTNARCOTIC.
Superior In ing the body In her lap. nor Mineral. '.
Albert B. Wrenn.
less than a month is
autoing extraordinary The child not before
was seen or -
t ,
Col. Davis had made hard
a fight,
t ; and it is doubtful if a better or after death by a physician, and the nature ..
quicker both before the lower and the appellate -
trip was ever recorded in of the disease that ended her life 1 1.nydsa
this co-mtry. court, for his client, but this fight ...,OlilIrSWLZZP/1TJlEIl f
is
not known, further than that she
now necessarily terminates. It was J.JQx.Javr .
had suffered intensely with her side
A Valuable Lesson with a sad heart that CoL Davis sum- ,
s 'Six and stomach which Indicates that she R i.f4.Varsaes -
,
years ago learned a valuable lesson." moned Day from the postoffice to his Sri I In .
writes John Pleasant. of Magnolia, Ind. "I might have died of appendicitis.Don't t
then began taking Dr. King's New Life Pills, office this morning and made knownto r .w.. !

; and the" longer I take them the better I find him the decree which condemns lIWw.rd- .
them. They please everybody. Guaranteedat Be Blue
Titusville Pharmacy and Banner Drag him to penal servitude for the remain- UseFor
Store. 25c. And lose all interest when help is within
der of his life.
reach. Uerbine will make that liver performits Apexfect Remedy for Constipa-

A Big Orange Crop.C. duties properly J. E. Vaughn Elba, Ala.. Day was greatly affected by the tion Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
writes: "Being a constant sufferer from news. He had all along been confident .Convulsions.Fevcrishness .
M. Barton traveling representative constipation and a disordered liver have Worms, Over

t of the W. A. Merryday company found Herbine to be the best medicine for that the Supreme Court would grant and LOSS OF SLEEK
these troubles the market. I have used it
on him a new trial and that, before an-
,, was In the city this week
having constantly. I believe it to be the best medi- 'hcsiuile Signature of
just returned from a complete tour of cine of its kind and I wish all sufferers from other jury, he might escape with a

-,- the State, and after an Interview with done these troubles. to know the good Herbine has lighter penalty or be acquitted. He Thirty YearsCASTORIA

: nearly all the leading orange growers me.A has 30 days more of liberty, under his NEW YORK.

with the purpose of selling orange box New Species of Mango. bail of $6,000, in which to wind up

his affairs before going to the convict
material. Mr. Barton states that his Miami Record.)

'r trade has been Immense, and very camps. Since being admitted to bail, .
The Evening Record has been givena
much larger than last year. He states Day has been attending to his mail-
.S Philippine by J. L. Hickson,
that the Merryday exhibit of mango .. transfer contract In this city.. t7CACTCOPYOr mAPPCB.
orange who has a place out on the Orange
box material at the The general public feels but little
Tampa fair did Glade load, bought from Mr. Belchera TltE recess CO."Y. sew voce C"w.
much to acquaint the growers in south sympathy for Day, as his killing of
few years ago. This mango Is entirely :
I Wrenn was a cruel and barbarous one.
= Florida with the superior merits of the different I
from anything before Engaged in a trifling dispute about the a.TITUSVILLE .
Merryday box and that orders have
seen here in the mango line. In colorit
;' come in large number as a result of is a beautiful lemon yellow it is placing of his mail-wagon at the Coast _______ ---- __ __n -n u_ ___ ,

that display. Mr. Barton states th.'ltthe Line passenger depot Day leaped upon
long and of LIVERY
graceful curves, and a Wrenn STA.BLE
in who was a quiet and unoffend-
orange Florida will not be
crop most attractive
and sightly fruit. The
as large as last year, but that it will ment is also lemon lag citizen, and literally cut him to .
a yellow delicious Feed and Sale Stables
be death. He was regarded as lucky in
very large.
Juicy, spicy and has a special flavor
securing a verdict that did not carry

Beautiful Women which makes it very palatable and the death penalty and the public has SADDLE HORSES

Plump cheeks, flashed with the soft glow of creates a wish for more; the meat is been awaiting with much interest the
health and a pure complexion make all women
close BUGGIES
grained and
cuts clean
as as a
beautiful Take a small dose of Herbine after decision of the Supreme Court in his

each meal;it will prevent constipation and cantaloupe. Mr. Hickson has about case. Col. Davis has done everything SURREYS
help digest what you have eaten. M rs.Win. 100 of these trees which commenced to ,
.. M.Stroud, Midlothian,Tex:, writes May 31, possible to save him, but to no avail 'E TURNOUTS
1901: "We have used Herbine in oar familyfor bear this season, the seed being originally He must expiate by long years of penal s and ,
eight years, and found it the best medicine imported from Cuba about five i- of all kinds
; we ever used for constipation bilious fever servitude the murder of a fellow- -
and malaria. Sold by Titusville Pharmacyand years ago. It is a pleasure to know man. Hauling, Etc.

Banner Drag Store. that some of these seed have been successfully ------- -------I-

Bread Famine in PensacolaA propagated and that our mar- THE COLD WATER ORDEAL. J. H. OSBAN, TitnsYille, Florida

bread famine is on in Pensacolaas ket hereafter will be supplied with this
---- ----
the result of the strike of the men delicious fruit, that can be eaten with It A\a Once an Important Test of

; bcrs of the Bakers' Union. The latter a teaspoon, there being scarcely any tiailt or Innocence. VICTOR '
The cold water ordeal was one of the I T. Inj'
fiber on the seed. Mr. Hickson has
demanded an increase about 25 percent
most important tests of guilt or innocence 4'

> in wages after having beer placed T. couple of the fruit at the Red a few hundred years ago. If the lit' Talking Machines Supplies(and

I granted an Increase about two weeks Cross drug store for exhibition. accused floated, be was guilty if be ., ,

ago. When the master bakers refused hank be was innocent. In the twelfth 3t Records sold by the
ii From
ing the GraveA
to acceed to the demands. the bak century some altar vessels were stolen
prominent manufacturer Wm. A. Fert- from the cathedral of Laon, and the
ers after completing their work Saturday well, of Lncama.X.c.,relates a moot remarkable learned Anselm proposed that a child 4 INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE

afternoon, walked out, and Monday experience. lie says: "After taking less ,r
than three bottles of Electric Bitters, I feel from each parish and then a child from !
morning all of the bakeries of the like one rising from the grave. My trouble each household should be put to the .. H11a MaallrtC1C0 TITUSYILLE, FLORIDAnol

:;- city closed for an indefinite period isUriftht's disease, in the diabetes stage. I test and so on until the guilty one was
fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me -- ---- ----------
The proprietors state that they will permanently for it has already stopped the found. The proposition raised a great

make no attempt to bake until all the liver and bladder complications which have outcry, and the people clamored that
troubled me for years." Guaranteed at Titus- those who Lad easiest access to the
bakeries have secured full force of
a
ville Pharmacy and Banner Drugstore. Price church be the first to undergo the or Do suffer
men from other cities. No bread is be- only 50c.
deal. '
ing delivered to residents, and crack-I This looked reasonable enough. So wiT severe t
Two Men Met Horrible
ers are In demand. Many of DeathA the bishop ordered the six priests of Headaches f'T

Ilfes nave resorted to baking their own dispatch from Starke to tne the cathedral tu prepare for the test.

Dread, and in this manner are filling Times-Union, dated Monday, says: In the meanwhile Anselui thought to when

the wants of the members of families: News of the horrible death of two try the experiment himself as a preliminary

te> t. So he was bound anOplaced tq-
-
Some of the bakeries are already men at Lake Butler was brought here I
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in a tub of water. To his great : .
!
-, equipped with a' force of men, but others today by C.V.. Alderman, tax collector. I /
satisfaction as well as discomfort he
all. A The two men are William Douglass -
nave no forces at compact promptly sauk. The day nrrhanti

; has been entered into between tbe (white), married, and Gabreal with it an imll'J}!
master bakers to close all shops, Green (colored). These men were trial. The first priest sank the second

whether or not a force is on hand until working at the retort of the Southern floated the third sank, the fourth floated .

each of the bakeries has a force Turpentine Company. The steam the fifth sank, and th'on ("lm
himself wonuer of wuders-in spite
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of men, then all will resume bakin; gauge showing a pressure of forty

{ at the same time. The master bakers pounds, twenty-five being the limit. Escaping of floated experiments around with and protected the buoyancy innocence of an Will Cure You. '

f estimate that it will be the latter por steam at the top of the re air bubble. While he was serving: his The liver is the main-spring for the whole bo.rr. TJ j4-. r

tion of the week before they cn resume -tort called their attention and they sentence in Arson .\n"t'lm found time good health, one must keep the liver in good order. To au s o .
r
delivery service to customers. went to fix It. At the first move in to write a learned treatise on the "In a regulator is needed. Herbine will put your liver in the condition -
it should be and will not suffer from headcvchcs.
fixing it, it exploded, tearing a3)the expediency of the Water Ordeal and you
in 1'aln
Children support, carrying the men beneath the Its !'ailureIn Many Ca es."
A POSITIVE
Never cry as do children who are suffering; CUREFOR
; from hunger. Such is the cause of all babies seething mass, covered by escaping -

who cry and are treated for sickness when CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND
This steam. They managed to crawl out ,
they really are MiflVriiur from hunjrer. A HAPPY
is caused from their fowl not being assimilated but left part of their flesh in doing FEVER BILIOUSNESS MALARIA

but devoured by worms. A few doueesof so. The back bone some of their ribs HOME AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
White's Cream Vermifuge will cause them to
cease crying and begin: to thrive once. Jive and the bones of the hand were plainly i
it trial. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy and Is one where health abounds.
a visible. They lingered until Saturday
lUinner Drug Store. morning in intense agony, when With impure blood there can- Has Done A World Of Good.

not be good health.Withadisordered .
Cotton Growers Meet death ended their sufferinss. Mrs. C. D. I'hllleyIarble Falls, Texas writes: "I have

The Cotton Growers' Associationare LIVER there used Herbine and find it the best liver corrective I have ever

preparing for a big old time at A Bold Hold Up. cannot be good blood.hut's tried. It done my family as well as myself a world of good, 1
and I recommend it to all my friend I never butler from 1
High Springs on the 1st of August (Ocala Banner.) headaches anymore."

They are going to give a big basket Soc WILL BUY IT.
Two negro boys held up an old adored -
picnic and barbecue and invite everyone ; Pills r
man about three miles north of Y
to be present. This meeting Is
Agnew Station yesterday afternoon. Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
given for the benefit of the associa-

tion and to get the farmers and the He says they that wanted these to sell boys him pretendedthat a gun. i I revivify the torpid LIVER and restore 500-502 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO. '

growers of the Sea Island cotton to- He said he did not want to buy it. Then : {::> niural: action.A .
Hon. Frank Clark will be pres- I i
gether.
they proposed that he come out to II healthy LIVER means pure
ent and deliver an address so will oth- I Sold and Recommended by
where they were and see them shoot blood.

er prominent speakers. Every grow. some rabbits. He finally consentedto I Pure blood means health. ciTitusvi11o
should make a special ef ; '
Pharmacy
of cotton and
er do so and when he got nearly to Health means happiness.
fort to attend this meeting as it will
them they commanded him to hold up Take no Substitute. All Druggists. Bnnner
doubtless prove very beneficial. i Drub Storoti ;












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Several of our people went to Eau f JAMESPRITCHABDPresident. WINSTON S.BEANNINO, Vice-Preaideut and CashierIlithall

:LATEST COUNTY Gallie last Sunday night to,hear Dr. |

HEWS NOTES Rader there Sunday, who held and quarterly:Monday. meeting The trip ': My Hair isScraggly River State Bailk .J

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down was somewhat stormy but the

:4 ; Little Happenings That Help to Make return trip was beautiful. The dis- COUNTY DEPOSITORY:

play of phosphorescence in the water <
_: Up the Weekly newspaperCOCOA was unusually fine. Authorized Capital, $100,000; Paid-up TRANSACTS Capital, $25,000 A ; Average Deposits, $200,000 (


j& It looks as if Georgiana would have Do you like it? Then why '

a prosperous winter, three of the cot- be contented with it? Haveto GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS

Mrs. J. T. Snell, of Eau Gallie, tages are already rented, the rooms
1 be? Oh, no Just put onAyer's .
,' visited in town several days last week. at the Ulrich house are rented and as "
( Hair Vigor and have LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON TilE RIVER
Mrs. S. Wade, who has been seriously three or four different parties have ,

{ ill, is improving in health. just written for cottages, there are long, thick hair; soft, even Exchange: bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated.
hair. But first of all, stop Prompt service polite treatment and every favor consistentwith
i L r = 'Miss Cora Davis returned to West only three left. conservative banking grantedCORRE'PONDENTS .
hair from coming out.
.
U ,I* Palm Beach Monday. Auntie Hughes was quite sick last your :
Save what have.
Ayer'sHair
w ., Theo. Travis and Lawrence Abney week. Dr. Holmes was down from you Empire Trust Company Broadway, New York City;The Atlantic National Bankof
left for a vacation Sunday. City Point and called there. i. Vigor will not disappoint Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida
you. It feeds the hair-bulbs;

+ The Misses Inig, of Geneva, are Koran Impaired Appetite makes weak hair strong.The TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

visiting their aunts, :Mrs. Heaton and To improve the appetite and strengthen best kind of testimonial-
he digestion trya few doses of Chamberlain's a "
Mrs. Gore. tomach and Liver Tablets. Mr.J.H. Seitz, Sold for over sixty years. E. L. BRADY & BRO.
Mrs. G. S. Singleton was a passen- 'of Detroit Mich.,says: They restored my ap by J.C.Ayer Co..U>well.HAM. ,
f petite when impaired. relieved me of a bloated Sao manufacturers of
ger on Monday's train from Sea feeling and caused pleasant and satisfactory A SK8SAPAEILU.PILLS. .
movement of the bowels Price 25 cents. Siroceries Gramand all Food Products.We
i ,_ Breeze, where the Singleton family samples free at Titusville Pharmacy and /""S CHEKXY. PECTORAL Hay, .

e t are enjoying an outing. Banner Drug Store and all dealers.TROPIC handle produce of' all kinds. We are agents for Mapcs'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively .
-1 The brick building of S. F. Travis in the above lines of goods and solicit tbe trade of all consumers. Write us for prices OB
Grain and all Groceries delivered at jour station. E.L.BEADY &BRO,TITnnLLE.FLA.StapleandFancy .
& Co. is receiving a coat of paint. Villetts, also a nephew and the

Mr. G. F. Ensey spent Saturdayin other executor of the will, receives
Tom Sams and
Messrs. Harvey
Eau Gallie. 50000. Mrs. Hannah M. Y. Bates, S.J. wrc9
Mann and the Misses Sams and Heppe I'

,of Courtenay, stopped over in Cocoa -! Miss Nellie Schofield spent Satur- a sister of the testatrix, receives hay '
$10,000. To the of the executorsis Groceries 'pSttr'Kinds
; Sunday. dayth her friend, Miss Gertrude sons ,
Stewart, of Banyan. left $5,000 each. Several small ,
Little Miss Vera Hindle is visitingat VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY
bequests are made to friends. The
Park Live Oak. Master Percy Schofield made a
Dooling near coachman of the testatrix is
to T1tusv-i11e. F1orlc1.a.
re- : :
business trip to Cocoa Saturday.Mr. .
" The ice factory company has pur- ceive $50 annually from the estate. - ---.--- -

, :: chased 0. K. Key's trotting. horse, L. Mathers left Saturday fora The sum of $10,000 'is left to the r=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=J '(=, r=Jr=Jr=J.r=Jr=Jr=Jr=J=r=J r==JIrI
few weeks in Jamestown
,
s A Prince. stay
temporary Home for Children in
:: Trenton and New York, he will visit
i "' TITUSVILLE BOAT CO.
Miss Agnes Hatter was the guest Mineola.
his old home in middle Florida before
; i1 of Miss Mary Paxton, of Rockledge, The executors receive $4,000 in

this week. returning.Mr. trust, the income of whi K"' Eben Booth of Brantley, is
the rent of the DeGrauw in the
-j Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mitchell and pew
working for Mr. Mathers during rive : t ilway
Dutch Reform Church in Jamaica,
'i. family are at home in their cosy res-

' idence on the river drive. his absence. and to provide flowers for the pul Launches carefully stored for the summer months

'lot" pit. The will is dated November17th
i The prospects are good for the orange OAK HILL
rrrrrrr Jr=rr-r-r-f--r=r-r Jr=Jr=Jr:=Jr=rrr-Jr=J
y I crop this season and the trees Mrs. V. H. McCarter returned 1900.

r' are looking fine. FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH.
) Sunday from a visit to her motherin
1 : Mr. Thos. Hodges has purchased a Mayport.Mr. About 88 acres of good high land on Jas. Pritchard & Son
the east or ocean side of the Indian river
: fine from Mr. G. and
r cow Singleton John Gardner and of Titusville Fla.
>, family, at the Narrows,described as follows: Lot ,
is supplying a number of people with Daytona, are living in Oak Hill now to. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section Agents for the
z 36, in township 31 south, 39 east.
milk.Mr. at Mr. J. C. McCullough's.The Thislaod is unimproved range but finely lo- Original T & M Reversible
and Mrs. Willis Hart
are away lateness of the train and cated. For further particulars addressE. I
: on a visit to Orlando. M. Lew.Brocktoo. ,
threatening weather caused us to Mass. MARINE GASOLINE ENGINESThoroughly

Mr. T. R. Puckett has sold the Cocoa miss a good sermon by the Rev. H. : covered by patents

; .' newspaper to Mr. E. D. Oslin, of H. Jones on Sunday afternoon.Mr. Treasurer's StatementAug. The Engine that Runs Without Repairs

Melbourne. Mr. and Mrs. Puckett .
1st. 1107.
and Mrs. W. L. Null and -- -- ---- ---- -------
will make their home at Lotus,where family have moved to Deland and Balance rash on hand July 1. 1107.f2.J08U These motors are safe and reliable and
\
j they have purchased a place from Mrs. J. S. Gaines went with them to Amount received ill July 1907961.23 can he operated by alcohol or kerosene

: '- Mr. E. R. Provost. Total-..$ 2.77593Less : with as good results as by using gasoline
stay for awhile. warrants paid in July, 1907,and
Mrs. K. Brown of Point __ ___
,1 ,> City was Mrs. P. D. Parker returned Satur- warrants delivered to county commissioners n
and of instruction
board public
j a visitor in town on Tuesday. day from a visit in Hawks Park with _.-$ 1,908.37

I We are having southeast breezes her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ralam-c cash on hand An?. 1. 1907_ fJ3.S67.56 j' VICTOR
: again and they are pleasant.
Futch. The above amount is held follows
as :
Mr. and Mrs.Geo. Faber and little v tC1U .r\4\ Talking Machines, Supplies and
i ; Mr. Julius Moulton of St. Louis, ") >ited in Indian River State

+ son, of Sharpes, were in town Satur- has sent a Buffalo engine for his, bank tache as to per monthly cashier's statement certificate andcash at 41 ML\ Records sold by the %

; motor boat which is under construc- in safe---------------------_ 23.S67.56 :
... day.Mrs.
1 ; ; : J. C. Gibert, who has been ill, ,tion by Mr. J. F. Hardy. nlalU'bt.Ion ing to each fund are as INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE

.t }<', p is rapidly recovering her health. i Mr. Harold Coutant and :Mr. Dob- follows: r t"

j-: Mr. Geiger of Lotus has rented bins, of Port Orange, and both of County" rt'Yt'nut'.lener-dl head and bridge fund" ._-_____=3.tE5.8 2.793.60; \..- TITOSYILLE, FLORIDA

: the McLeod house, and Mrs.McLeod Rollins College are off on a camp- ** Imildinz "* 12.H
fine and forfeiture ._
Fr .; has joined her husband at Fulford, ing trip with Capt. Coutant's launch, 'I'J r'd td.Dwt.1.------ 8bl228 IS.SS -- ----- -

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near Miami. the Gipsy.Mr. 2 911! 1O D. II.SPELL E. C. HARDIN. Pharmacist Ir J. c' SPELL.BANNER .
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Carter superintendent of the ----4-----------
; 1-:: Rollins College, Winter Park, Fla.S ". game,31'11"1fIl1l -,- 1.521.3]
Extract factory at Titusville, was in '
s If you anticipate attending college town looking after the supply of pr henousfundl6'2 DRUG STORE
.
this fall do not fail to investigate .". s bool fund (general13715.) -,.
' t Rollins. Delightful location, thor- palmetto roots, which are being "I't'toial.i tax M h.*>l dist.I22.25
: Sl'H-ial S him! Fund "('"State aid63.75
. ough equipment fine gymnasium, shipped from here by the carload.A .

: r. refined surroundings, good boarding i telegram was received here T..tal._u_______;::t'-4i1.56Hou.t Titusville, Florida
i. facilities and all field and water
of
the death of
Wednesday telling
! F sports. For full particulars room .r\11uhl PURE DRUGS and CHEMICALS
Joseph Gause, a former resident of
reservations address.
R. O'Neal
I When your joints athcand you suffer from
k'x Orlando, Fla. this place. He was struck by light- rheuniiitiMii. buy a bottle of lUllard's Snow FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES

I ti ning at Quay. His mother, Mrs. :\ Liniment and pet in-t uit rtlief. A jo>iti\e
r rit'f"r rheumatism.bants, cut;. Cnitsrtedmny1es.N PERFUMERY, SATAIONERYEtc.Soda .
i i GEORGIANA E. Montgomery, and two brothers, re ...h..t.'otr.. 11 r. I. T. B..( y.\
prominent merchant: at Willow! Point.Texas
i. Whiteford Cause and Frank Montgomery says that he finds IJilU'd's*>nfHV Liniment Water and Ice Cream
There was quite a family reunion
j went to Quay by the first th..l..t all round liniment he ever usedSold .
at Island Home last Sunday. The by TitiKVjlle, Pharmacy and lUnnt -
I train but were too late for the services Drug Store.
children, grandchildren and great and burial. He leaves a wife ----- ----- Our prescription department is in charge of an e-

;, grandchildren of Rev.and Mrs. J. H. and three children. Weather Report perienced man, and our drugs and chemicals are all new

t' White were at home for the day. Summary for July by Rev..las. H. and fresh and conform in purity and strength to the new

: t Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bower, Miss Hattie KrzpmaF White, U. S. observer.: edition of the U. I'harnucopea

I "i: Mr. Hervey Bower, wife and baby .>r the god oCtIIl-utft'nnwith7.pm, Highest temperature on the 20th 91.0
{ and Mr. and Mrs. Devoe Sams or other such trouble,I wish to sir. my wifeIradsimethinofthat Lowest temperature on the 1st,
kind and after HMD
r and two children were present. They the.!.w.t.rs'remedies for-onu time a itnrludttto 2nd and 15th. 71.0< 5Qn r'crrrrrrzrrrrhrrarrrrrrsrrralYr4rrttrrrrrrirrcarr' apRnrRlnartM1 M1RnannnA enr4AnAnnnnenNnnRr '//

Ii brought well filled baskets and had try Chamberlains Salve and it proved ) Mean temperature for month 81.." ,.
IK- better than anything she had tried Forsale Average mean for 2G years 81.8
.. under the old home ; by Titusville Pharmacy and RinntDnij
happy day
r a very Store and all dealer Highest mean for 20 yean-1F\'I\ '} &5.L
f i roof and they also brought sunshine ; ---- --- Lowest mean for'2fi years in IbS-l bO. The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.
I 1.-; to the old folks at home. Rainfall in inches 9.GI
Distribution of DeGraw Estate.
.-: Average for ;30 years 5.51:
Miss Eva Owen has to Ohio to
gone
The will of the late Mary E. S. Greatest for 30 years in 1884 11.7
spend the rest of the summer with DeGrauw widow Least for GO years in 1SS3 0.86 MACHINE SHOPS
of Col. Aaron A. ,
'" Mr. and Mrs. Havens. Prevailing wind direction S E
DeGrauw, who died at her home in Number of clear days 1:;
Several of the friends of
I r young Jamaica L. I., on June 15th last, Number of fair days 14
Miss Mary Wittfeld helped her to was filed for probate in the surro- Number of cloudy days J Plumbing and MetalWork

celebrate her birthday last Sundaj gate's court Mineola a few days Number of days \\-ith'rain 12
Ice cream and cake and a good time Number of days with thunder 2.I
ago. M rs. DeGrauw leaves an estate
BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
generally. Island Home. Merritt's Island. Fla. ,
,
valued at about $3,000,000, the bulk

: F: Guavas are ripening here and the of which goes to William A. War- Hunting for Trouble

first shipments go this week. Scuppernong nock, a nephew and one of the exe- "I've lived in California :0 years and am Agricultural Implements

i grapes are beginning to cutors of the will. still hunting for trouble in the way of burns
sores,wounds.lioils cab.sprains or a case! or
f : ripen the fruit is fine but so far as The will provides that Mr. War- piles tbAt Itacklen's. Salve 'quirk SANFORD FLORIDAwm.wW.W""WM""YMwm..y.y'W.
know the is not heavy. ly cure," writes Charles Walters, of Allegbany ,
we crop nock shall receive
; $50,000 and the .
,Sierra Co. >o use hunting. )Ir. Waiters
s F. W. Munson and son made a trip residue of the estate after all be- :it cures every case. Guaranteed at Titniville .
Pharmacy and Banner Drug btoie25c. .
rt to Brantley Wednesday. quests have been paid. Chas. A. .

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