The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00247
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00247
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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rrf DOINGS OF THEPRESENT A'Big Comfort at Small ExpenseWhat's LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP

-. !i INK through the the summer use of going season sweltering in heavy AND INCIDENTSPersonal Bargains in Every Department AND PERSONALSSomething F

clothes,when for $8.00 to $18.00 you : MONDAY,SEPT. 2, 1907.
tii!\ could be comfortably and stylishly
'':y ihngent Rotes Pertaining to Events dressed in one of our Schloss tropical Paragraphs About People that We sale will Monday place next the following at specially goodson reduced Abont the People of Titnsville -

Transpiring About Tom. I suits Come? in and see the handsome Travel! Here and There prices in order to make room as They Come and Go

}Y." A cool drink at a cool place at i models we showing in these feath- Mr. D.T. McCarty,of Fort Pierce, for arriving our fall: and winter goods, now I: A ,cool drink at a cool place at

'" MANDY'S 1 1if er-weighttwo-piecesuits. All styles, was in Titusville Sunday.Mrs. New and up-to-date patterns ofBates' MANDY'S.The .
'I : I all fabrics, all sizes, all prices-and
.. .The best ice cream in town at the satisfaction guaranteed.Also Nancy Gold has just returned searsuckers and toile du nord, celebrated Plant Juice Reme-

'>. Banner Drug Store.J. have complete line of blue from a short visit to St. Petersburg.Mr. suitable for childen's school dresses. dies are for sale by C. Collins.We .
These worth 15 cents
,, ., \ and mohair single coats. The goods are per
:," .' Bailey, of Mjms, left last -week serge correct article for summer. $4.00, N. A. Hadberg, of Clifton, yard, special on :Monday 121-2 cents. headquarters forcold drinks
to work in the phosphate mines on $5.00, $6.00 and $7.50. paid THE STAR office a call Saturday Beautiful figured lawns and ba and ice cream. Banner Drug Store l

the west coast. Send us your order for the best afternoon.Dr. tistes Monday, worth 12 20 1-2 cents cents.per yard, spec- Ask Mr. Wilson about that pre-

'} !L "*Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on goods at most reasonable prices. and Mrs. H. G.:.Utley expect to Figured and plain white mercerized mium proposition.J. R,Walker& Co.

Sunday next at LaGrange at 11 a.m. WINSTON S. BRANNING move into the Gaulden cottage the madras, some are worth 50 cents and Miss Fannie Sams, of Courtenay,

?, .and at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. Clothing House first of next week. 35 American cents per yard Prince,Monday in gingham.pat at 25 cents.- returned last Saturday from a visitto

Mrs. W. S. Branning is expected tom Titusville, Florida.Gubernatorial Mr. Moreton Murray, the hust- terns, guaranteed fast'colors, worth New Smyrna. .

arrive home in a few days from South ling representative of Marx Bros., of 121-2 cents, Monday only, 8 cents. Archdeacon B. F. Brown, of Or- I

I Carolina, where she has been visitingfor Mention Jacksonville, was in town.yesterday.Mr. Amoskeag check ginghams, 'Monday's lando, will officiate in St. Gabriels '
special 9 cents.
the past two months.A Brevard County, Fla., Aug. Zl, 07. and Mrs. Tom Johnson, of La- The manufacturer's price of Ions- church,Titusville,Sunday next,Sept.

party of seventeen went to Inc Editor of THE FLORIDA STAR Grange, spent a part of last week in dale domestic is now 15 cents per 1st, at 11 a. m.

y. dianola last Sunday morning returnt In this stirring time of political Fort Pierce visiting their numerous yard, Monday we will sell for 12 1-2 Mr. I. F. Spencer returned from

y ". :.ing Monday a. m. about 1 o'clock. suggestion it may be well to bring friends. cents.Lonsdale cambric, 36 inches wide, his month's vacation spent in various .

!, : All report having had a fine day on forward divers nominees for candi- Miss Mary Stones, of Daytona, ar- Monday's special 12 1-2 cents. parts of Tennessee Sunday afternoon.

the island and a lovely launch ride. dacy in order that the people may rived Wednesday on a surprise visitto Madison's bed spreads,worth$1.50, Mr. Snell, the fruit buyer, expectsto

Monarch carburettors and check consider well and choose judiciously.To her father and mother, Rev. and special Monday, for $1.00. commence shipping oranges from

t- valves are known to be all right for do this'end I desire to mentionthe Mrs. Wm. Stones. worth Elmora$2.50 crocheted, Monday, 149.bed spreads, the Coggin grove, at Mims, about

r gasoline engines and cuts and pricesof name of Hon. George G. Math- the first of October.
Capt. E.S.Coutant and son Harold, Marsellaise bed spreads with fringe
shown in the display ad.of ews, of Marion county, for governor.To worth $3.00 Monday's special $1.99. :'
same are of Oak Hill, and J. D. Vann, of Shiloh Duval county will have a wet and
the East Coast Lumber & Supply begin with, Mr. Mathews was Turkey red table damask,60 inches
at THE STAR office Wed- dry election in the near future. A
ta I born in Alabama about fifty years wide, worth 90 cents per yard, Monday's -
Co. on page 5. nesday while in town. petition is being circulated and it is
special, 69 cents.
and is of the stock of the Revolu-
:. Bert Watton has" erected a neat ago Mr. Bert Johnson returned Sunday The same in blue. thought the required number of signatures -
' building on the south side of the tion. He is descended from Governor from Punta Gorda, where he spent Extra good quality of black China will be obtained. .
used George Mathews of Georgia, who silk, 29 inches wide, worth 90 cents ,
canal which will be
' Haulover was a colonel in Washington's army. the past two months or more fulfill per yard, Monday's special 59 cents. Mr. C. L.Berge,Adelphia, N.J.,

for building boats' and repairing gas Not only so, but he is a man of edu- ing an engagement with the local 36-inch guaranteed taffeta silk, who has spent several winters in Ti-

; 'engines for which he is installing machinery cation and learning, and having had baseball nine of that place. worth $1.75 per yard Monday's spec- tusville, has located his winter homein
and will also provide marine ial 129. New
Smyrna where
he has
' experience as a legislator and having Just'received lot of French pur-
railway for hauling out boats. Criminal Assault at Pineda a new chased lot
' r. belonged to the consular service of Valenciennes lace and insertion to a will soon erect a six

; : ,Mrs. p. B., Pyles.and children, of the country under President Cleve- Just as we go to press this morning we match, prices ranging from 8 to 15 room cottage.Mr. .
learn that criminal
a assault
St. Augustine, passed through here land he has had great opportunity to trated at Pineda was perpe. cents per yard.Ladies' W. E. Goldsmith and family a
yesterday by a negro collars worth
fancy ,
afternoon from their stay of arrived home last week from the Car-
Sunday study the of government arid
ways on white. woman. The sheriff and posse 50 and 75 cents a piece, Monday'sspecial
' some time in the Carolinas. They has availed himself of it. He is fully are after the scoundrel with hounds and at 25 cents. .olinas, also Mr. J. C. Mendel. We

i 'were on their way to Fort Pierce, endowed with that great American will make every effort possible to capture Ladies' elbow length white and learn that Mr. Goldsmith will enter

where they will now make their home, characteristic, common sense, and him. Xo further particulars are given. black silk gloves in all sizes, worth the grocery business again in Titus-

I Mr. Pyles having recently gone in being of excellent health and even $2.50, Monday's special $1.49. ville, occupying the present stand of R
bliss Helen Ropers is Mrs Car- Mail orders promptly filled on any
the drug business at that place.A them S. J. Norton.
temperament no man
among ruthers for a few days en route from Tallahassee of the above goods.
heavy rain storm from the north all :would bring to the administrationof to Miami. JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. The ball game last Saturday after-

and west visited this section Wednes- state affairs a brighter promise of Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at City 'Phone No.8.Launch noon between the Cocoa and Titus-

day about noon accompanied by slight fair and satisfactory performancethan Point on Sunday. Sept. 1st, at 10.30 a. m, ville colored nines was a walkover for
and Eau (Gallic
at at 7:30 p. m. Party and Social
r fall of hail. The wind blew the roof he. the visiting team. The locals held

I 'off the old railroad dock, drifting it I Mr. Mathews is, moreover, a good for Mrs a week Jas.or Poll so hill with,of Cviedo the family, is stopping of Mr.J. Members of the Indian River Yacht their opponents for the first inning

down the river for a half mile, when business man in close touch with the L. Carruthers on her way to Pompano. club enjoyed a launch party and social only, after that the Cocoa boys had

: wind people, and is just, broad minded and Tuesday evening. The motor boat it all their the
"by a sudden change of the to Misses Leona and Margie Garruther returned own way, score stand
the eastward, it floated ashore in devoted to the elementary doctrinesof home Wednesday from a visit of Waunita, Capt. D. B. Pritchard,car- ing 19 to 7.
three weeks with friends in 8anfordJnd ried the party out on the bay for an ;
and Democracy. And, without
x front of the Taylor, Pritchett so Ovu-do. The record on suit filing in one day
I where S. J. Nor- stain in his every day life, without hour or so, after which cards and
Wager properties, was broken in the Dade countyclerk'soffice
Mrs. C. B. Kingman and little son, of
ton coraIled it and will make use of vexatious ambition for office,without Lakeland, are expected to arrive in Titus- dancing were participated in at the Monday morning when City

\ the same. J enemies to punish or particular ville this evening to make this their home. club house and refreshments were Attorney Gautier entered one hun-
friends Mr. Kingman is mail clerk on the Sanford served. These socials will become a
to reward, and with all the run.Sheriff. dred and twenty-eight tax lien suits
Exciting Ball Game YesterdayThe elements of true manhood well mixedin feature once a month on a date to be against in Miami
property owners ,
Brown arrested fifteen fi her
hottest ball game of the sea- him, why would not this excellent men at Sebastian this week for illegal fithing -- selected by the entertainment com- the same being to force a payment of

son on the east coast was played on man of the people suit exactly for -nsing seines, and Sheriff Carlton arrested mittee, and will be held on or about city taxes for the year 1906. The
Titusville diamond yesterday af- the office of iVOTER.. tenor twelve St. Lucie county. the full of the moon. A fund was
the All the men gave bond for appearance andit amount of taxes average from one to
also started to off the in-
ternoon between the Cocoa and Titus- is understood they will make a test case pay five dollars, though some go higher
Orange Boxes of the law. debtedness of the club.
nines. For ten innings it
< vine was a according to the location of the prop-

fanned tie on a out single several run times., and both sides We first are class prepared orange to boxes furnish at strictly very- Inspecting the Dredge Work Stockton Will Probably Run erty and the amount of it. f J JI

".-.. low prices. Write before placing Governor N. B. Broward and A. C
'; the bat in the us Hon. J. N. C. Stockton is seriously FURNITURE DRY GOODS SHOES
When Cocoa went to
your order. We have an elegant line Croom of the trustees of the internal considering entering the gubernatorial -I
eleventh they had a determined lookon of wraps, also cement coated nails. Post Card Albums 25c to $4.00 t
them, but Titusville had the horse EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. improvement fund, accompanied by race. He has a large followingin i! Fruit Jars, Jelly Tumblers
Chairman Sidney L. Carter, Vice- the state and would make it excit-
shoe with them, and although Cocoa Eau Gallic, Fla. I Hickory Shirting, blue and brown
Chairman Reese,representative from ing for the various candidates. Ice Cream Spoons and Dishes f
scored two runs, when Titusvillecame
Wanted Escambia county M. S. Knight Gas Lamp Chimneys and Mantles
; rep- When interviewed a few days ago :
to their inning they piled up I Globe-Wernicke Elastic Book Causes
resentative of Escambia county, Geo.L. !he said
Good all round job and :
three and the game was over with newspaper I Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34
thoroughly satisfied possi- printer at Cocoa, Fla. Steady position Mathews, representative of Mar- "The letters and personal solicita-

everyone bly with the exception of the van- and 14.00 per week to the man ion county, and Senator C. L. Leg- tions of friends urging me to make I Brevard County High Schools

,quished, but Cocoa took their defeat who can fill the place.E... D. OSLIN, gett, composing the state investigating the race is more gratifying than the The Titusville, Cocoa and Eau Gal-
The visitors had
"'. good naturedly.nine the field and the con-a Ed. and Proprietor Cocoa News. committee, spent last Saturdayat holding of any position could be. I lie schools will begin the 1907-8 session -
; strong exciting from start tof Fort Lauderdale inspecting the Leaders who have heretofore opposedmy : Monday, Sept. 9, 1907.
; test was very
finish. The Alpine Hotel work being done there by state political principles have given me ,j. JOHN--R. WALKER- -- Supt. t

] For the visiting nine, Hatter scor- Titusville, Fla., F. A. Lo ley, man- dredges in cutting a canal into the ,assurances of their support and several Kline's Specials in Clothing and
ed two runs and Floyd one. ager. On the European planfurnished Everglades.The have pledged themselves to work I Gents' Furnishing Department !

For the and home Carlile nine scored.Robbins, Battle, rooms and quick lunch. Cen- party arrived at Fort Lauder- actively for me if I become a candi- 1!, If you want any clothing you will ,
Metzger trall.located.Special dale and never have a better opportunity than
The line-up was as follows: Friday night early Saturday date. My friends all over Floridaare
next week. We will cut the prices:)
T Coma : Flo}d, e. s.; Abney, c.; Hatter, Notice to the Ladies morning took launches and proceed-j insisting on my candidacy, and I ; almost in half and I want to tell you
r. c. f.;T. Travis, p; Bracco, 3t>.; Stradley, I ed up New river, about am giving the,matter very serious the assortment is mighty good. We t ..
t :h.; White Ib ; A. Travis, I. f; Douglass! I Have just received a large ship- to where the dredges Okeechobeeand i 1 .
f. ment of Queen Quality low cut shoes consideration.Gun can fit you and suit vou
T. '
ti J Titusville : Battle, c.; DeCoun-ey, lb ; Everglades are at work. The entire JULIUS KLINE Titusville. I

':..... Tucker, p.; Norwood, I!. s.; Robbins, I. f ; inTan' Gun Metal, Patent Leather" day was spent at and about the Repair Works and Sail Loft I 'Phone No.. b. ___ -
.. CarrotlJere. 2b.; Flood 3b ; Metzger,c. f.; and Vici. I I the well satisfied All work guaranteed. Guns stock-
dredges, party being Launch Frances
f. ed and shot rebored.H. I
; -arlie! r. guns
I. Have all sizes in the latest I
very with the of the work. 1!
progress BENECKE, Titusulle, Fla. To hire or charter, for large or
. FOR SALE CHEAP FOB CASH. styles.Mail orders specialty. They left Sunday morning for Tallahassee I 1! small parties, 28 feet, 8 feet beam, : .
About 88 acres of good high land on WINSTON a BRANNING. and their various homes. Orange and Grapefruit Trees cabin and toilet. T. HALL t
the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat I. Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high Indianola, Fla. t
the Narrows,described as follows: Lot Buy Your Clothes Now hickory hammock. Free from white I
tt : No 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section Praying I An accidental insurance policy for fly. One year to two year old buds. II I "Down the Line" 1

36, in township is unimproved 31 south, range but finely 39 east.located. ly Draying attended or to.hauling Meets of all all trains.kinds prompt Stove $1,000 free with every suit ordered Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully If they will allow you to drink at !

This land.* For further particulars address wood for sale at ail times.H. prior to Oct.1,1907. No Better Tail- packed and delivered at Oak Hill all, why don't you send an order to v t
\*. ... E. M. Lcw, E. HOLTOV I oring in the World.J. station. J. W. GRIFFIS, !your old friend, J. D. Crabb Co.,
| Brockton,Mass. Titusville, Fla. R. WALKER & Co. Shiloh, Fla. I Box 702, Jacksonville, Fla? .' I
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Republican League ticket In support of -;{

the graft prosecution. On the Democratic DO YOU GET UP ;

side the regulars carried the t

day, while the 'Union Labor party favored WITH A LAME BACK ?

the renomlnation of Schmitz.. ,

New York's New Postmaster. Kidney trouble )Makes Too K1sera,k. ,It
I Disappointing some of the local organization -
lead- Almost everybody who reads the news

president papers is sire to know cf the wonderful l'

has ap- U Ij cures made by Dr.
ii Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
pointed as postmaster
4 of New I the great kidney, liver
[t and bladder remedy.It .
.1 York city Edward medi-
It is the peat
:}. M. Morgan cal triumph cf the nineteenth -

I 'cr' who has century; discovered J.

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retirement oft ,| Dr. Kilmer, the errd- 1-
plying evidence, but Judge Lands Taft, he said, would not be guided by t /J. &. head -- cent kidney and blad-

LEGAL-CRIMINAL I made it plain that immunity would depend the beliefs and policies of his prede- 7 Willcox to der specialist, and is k
on the actual transcript of 'the cessor, but would do Invariably as his the utilities com wonderfully successful In promptly curing I

testimony showing that the railroadmen conscience dictated. Coincident with ,, /R" mission. Mor lame back, kidney, bladder, uric add troubles

: Matters. Examine Mrs. Eddy. fulfilled their promises to the de- ,., this fresh publicity 'gan's appointment and Brlght's Disease,which Is the worst

Although Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy, partment of justice. This is expectedto _' ._'< about the personality Is regarded form of kidney trouble.Dr. .
'\ : :* : as a victory Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not recommended
founder and head of the Christian w tic of the oil trust
bring the terms of the
:... agreement but if have kidney
y civil for everything
the you
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Science church not when i Morgan.for
was present
into court. The disclosure thus made magnate attention Edward M.
< live or bladder trouble it will be found
he workedhis
the proceedings to determine hermental. 18 said to be causing trouble between w has been drawn Just the remedy you need. It has been tested
'competency were begun at Harriman and the Standard Oil group :i once more to the way up from the bottom. He in so many ways, in hospital work,in private
I;. Concord, N. H., before the three mas- who have backed his big schemes as mystery surrounding tarted in as a temporary letter car- practice among the helpless too poor to purchase -

ters appointed by the court, and al- they feel that he went back on them to f J 'his father, who rier thirty-four years ago and has relief and has proved so successful In

though her copnsel protested that-she save himself. for years was supposed filled successively'every place In the every case that a special arrangement has
.r.-.:": ..,' would not be to be dead, local service. lIe Is now fiftyone.EXECUTIVE been made by which all readers cf this paper

: strong enougn Lord Barrington Escapes Gallows.F. but the circumstances who have not already tried it, may have a
-, Frank Rockefeller. bottle sent free by mail also a book
\-,:_ physically to Seymour Barton, known as "Lord of whose
I I telling more about Swamp-Root and how to) i
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F > \ In Barrington, convicted of the murder
., appear person death were unknown. To the repeated find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. :
a :. this did not ot James P. SIcCann, is to escape the
q statement that the elder Rockefellerwas When writing mention reading this generous
8-- prevent ex- noose after all, as Governor Folk of still living in seclusion under an Standard Oil Discriminations offer in I

>> +. \. Senator W 11- Missouri has commuted his sentence assumed name ,the Rockefeller family Another installment of the report send i f

.r... : .>. Ham E. Chandler to life imprisonment upon the ground made no reply, but it was noted thatDr. made by Commissioner of.CorporationsSmith Dr. IhIspapenod"] ,
counsel ot some doubt In connection' with the Biggar in his comment on the phys- contains evidence to show that hamton,

I for the plaintiffs evidence on which the man was con-' cal condition of John D. said there was American consumers are charged high regular fifty cent and HooMefSnap-Kaac

;. from makIng victed. '"' no reason why "he should not outlive prices to enable the trust to control the dollar sizes are sold by all good druggUU.

.' an elaborate Court Restrains Alabama. his father, now ninety-four," thus positively : foreign trade by underselling the competitors Don't make any mistake but rememberthe

statement The Louisville and Nashville railroad acknowledging the fact that in other lands. This discrimination name, Swamp-root, Dr. Kilm r'. Swarop-
of the Mr. Is not for the Root and the address N. 1.. I
grounds bas obtained from Judge Clones of the the elder Rockefeller Is still alive. says Smith Binghampton. 1
on which Mrs. federal court at Montgomery an order Mrs. Harold McCormick of Chicago, purpose of maintaining American export on ,every bottle. (
i i. .. Eddy's trade but dominance of the trust .
competency restrainingthe state from enforcingthe daughter of John D. Rockefeller, in 1 .
r c Is quest new railroad freight and passengerrate an Interview on this subject also acknowledged which has used Its power "to the disadvantage Profits in Growing Shade TobaccoMr.
t1 0 n e d Yr. that her grandfather wasdt'ing. of the American public."
William E. Chandler. laws. Jesse L. of Concord was i. I Ii
Chandler said saying that his whereabouts The report also shows how the trust
F:!, that her famous book "Science and Ordered Harriman to Tell. are kept secret at his own request and compel certain railroads to pay double among the visitors to Quincy Tuesday

Health" known as the Christian Science Judge Hough of the circuit court at that it is a matter never discussed in price for lubricating oils under threatof i Mr. Gray had just completed the deRv

.'.:- : bible was alone proof that she New York has granted the petition of the family circle, but that it was not not' giving them their share of ery of his 1907 crop of shade tobaccolie

..,. Is suffering from a number of systematized the government requiring E. II. Harriman due in any respect to treatment accorded Standard freight. It says that the had seven-eights of an acre-get
= : ; delusions resulting In senile de and Otto II. Kuhn of the banking to him by his son John. Mrs. i trust maintain'; its position not by superiority -
o: '. mentla. The first was the delusion of firm of Kuhn Loeb & Co. to show McCormick's remarks were called out I of service and fair prices, but that right in jour mind, please, seven-

:' the nonexistence Oct. 21 should not bI' "unfair methods of-destroying com- eights of one acre. For his crop he
.!;. or nonreality of the cause on why they by an alleged Interview with her less
", physical universe. From this he de- reply to the series of questions put to successful uncle, Frank Rockefeller, In ." Smith Insists that the trust received $9 1.QO. To this was addeda i

< rived six other delusions-namely, the them last winter by attorneys for the which he said that his brother John has raised prices Instead of lowering premium of $5.00 for excellent curing I

t, alleged supernatural manner in which interstate commerce commission regarding would yet be shown up as a monster them and that railroad rebates were which made 96210. This la no I

the "scien ." was discovered by her, the Alton and Illinois Central of iniquity. Frank later repudiatedthe largely the means. The trust Issued. fake. We saw Mr. Gray's bank book.
the prevention and of deals. a reply flaying that the government
cure disease interview.
He had just made a deposit of $($0 at I
through the operation of the mind, the was bent on "downing the Standard.1
Haywood.s Chicago Reception.One the Quincy State Bank and he had the
belief that her revelations were to week after to his Denver Meyer's Postal Reforms.
I POLITICALRockefeller I returning remainder In 'I
Mr. Gray
supplant all other currency.
systems of religion home a free man William D. nay- Postmaster General Meyer says he
the existence of animal paid out not one penny for hired laborto
magnetism. Involving wood, the leader of the Western Federation will ask congress at the next session
$ -'f.: the possibility. of persecution Assails Administration.In of Miners, was invited to Chicago to provide for a parcels post limited to make this crop. The Wedeles Tobacco \

r-, .. or' "diabolism." and Its use In the two remarkable interviews comingIn as the guest of honor at a great ten i ounds and tha he is also considering Co., were the purchasers of Mr I

.. causing and curing of disease, and the close succession after the 29,000- gathering of labor unionists. Accord- the feasibility of some sort Gray's crop.-Quincy Times. J
possible tl.:e of animal magnetism In 000 fine imposed on the Standard Oil tug to report more than 50,000 persons of postal Parings bank. lIe also wantsto !

,- the perpetration of crime. The lawyer company John D. Rockefeller at his assembled at Luna Park and gave the rtjduce the postage to such countries t
: ; .< told how she had required one of her Cleveland home has defended himself acquitted Denverite a most remarkable as we have direct ship lines to. NOTICE ,

,>. students to obey her strictly because" and his business career and has aggressively reception. In his speech Haywood at- le. is experimenting with stamp selling Notice is hereby given that the undersigned F

she was "God's mouthpiece. attacked the administration of tacked the president for his "undesir slot machines and talks of estab- as ex-officio administrator of the t
The masters accompanied b>: Chan- President[ Roosevelt. It was In the able citizens" letter during the recent Ishlng an evening letter delivery for estate of John II. Harris, deceased, will r
t dler and Streeter the opposing counsel. first of these Interviews that Mr. trial and also bitterly criticised Governor the big cities at 8 o'clock. apply to the Hon Minor S. Jones, judge f :

and a court stenographer, went to Rockefeller said "I am harnessed to Buchtel of Colorado. Speaking Connecticut Fastest Battleship.The of the circuit court for Brevard county, ,'

Pleasant View and had an hour's Personal the cart In which the rieople ride" a of the trial he said that the outcomewas speed tests of the new battle- Florida, in open court at Fort Pierce,
Interview with Mrs. Eddy, who, phrase which was iinnSaiately caughtup Florida, or wherever the court may then ,
though extremely due to the working class of the ship Connecticut off Massachusetts be, upon the 17th day of September, A. 1
feeble: received them and discussed one way or anotherthe country which prevented the mine proved her a nineteen knot ship and D. 1907, or as soon thereafter aa appli- '
alone, answered their questions and ex- country over. owners and those In control of the gov- the fastest in the nat'y.Roo..velt cant can be heard, for leave to sell the-
plained her faith. What the masters In his second Interview Mr. Rockefeller ernment from railroading the accusedmen Favors Labor Day. following described land to pay the debts

g thought of her mentality was not then asserted that the policy of the to the pallovs. He said he was An order issued by the president at of the said John H. Harris, deceased, to-

made known. They treated her with present administration toward great going to ask them to unite not only Industrially Oyster Bay provides that all la- wit :
much consideration. Later when Law business combinations of all kinds but politically. At the end borers day "A strip or land two hundred and fifty
In the federal
service shall be
yer Howe said they would show that could have only one result-namely, of his speech the audience crowded to eight (258) feet wide on the north side 1
excused from work
on Sept. 2, Labor of the northwest of the northeast
; Mrs. Eddy had been insane for forty "disaster to the country, financial depression the stand to shake hands with him quarter
day. quarter (or lot 2) of section seven (7))
years Streeter said It was merely an and financial chaos." Refer- ),
and % 3ny women threw their arm township thirty-one (31) south, of range '
attack on the Christian Science
faith. ring to the recent slump in stocks, he A Valuable Lesson
about kiss him. thirty-nine (39) east, containing seven .
" him and tried to For
; The masters
finally ruled that they added, "The world already has a fair "Six I learned and 82.100
more than three hours he was kept years ago a valuable lesson ((7 82) acres, said strip betas
would admit as evidence Anything dose of this since the extreme penalty writes John Pleasant. of Magnolia, Ind. "I the north 258 feet of the paid described
i r tending to show that Mrs. Eddy is in Imposed on one corporation has causeda busy shaking hands: and receiving con- then began taking Dr. King's'New Life Pills "forty" and situated in Ft. Lucie county. 1
gratulations from labor men from all and the longer I take them the better I find "
a delusory condition as to forces Florida. J. P. BROWS Ex Officio
!! n1'- loss of confidence reflected in a fall ,them. ,
They please everybody. Guaranteed
; erating on her relatives or her busi- ing stock market, tightening of money parts of the country. at Titusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Administrator of the Estate of I

ness, and facts dating back to 1SOU and a fear of the future." Mr. Rockefeller Lodge on Tariff Revision. Store. 25c.: ___ ,John H. Harris!, deceilM'd. ;

rmay be regarded as germane to this gOeS on to say that because of The Nantasket speech of Senator ------

question. the administration, "that has report: Lodge serves to confirm the impressionthat

;- Bonaparte After Trust Official every five minutes of new actions and] the Republican leaders are deter-

Attorney General IV>ujKtrte upon of heavy fines, the country is already mined to revise the tariff, but In their >> MarineEngines j
beginning to drift toward the rocks of own time and in their own way. He
returning from his vacation out
.z gave financial depresstou." lie said that said it would not do to tinker with the
an Interview rekeratiai hN intention
confidence was gone and that confidence tariff schedules just before the presi- "e8B..L !
t of pressing to a conclusion! !suits! '
all dential election and hence nothing
was the basis of pro erity.
=; against high trust utScials wherever
could l>e. done until the 4th of March,
'' The present condition of business!! hefauad
the evidence would eem to make con
vlctlorlrot'lhe. ; reflected In the attitude of the 1909. lie suggested using the surplusto \ A
He said tbey had ;
: II01TIH\"I'r toward bims lr. Whereas pay the public debt. atss
,r' been i
gathering evidence and! uiukinz ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT ii
f' l before be was given only one chance A Trust Busting Confab. i
r to
every bang to justice
.'. to enter into carious syndicates now: ED FOR SATISFACTORY .I t
I' some of the big men at the head of Upon the Invitation of Attorney General -
t: corporations guilty of violating th. they would give him time to think It Hadley of Missoii" the attorneys USE IN FLORIDA WATERS (!- !

'f' law. As he phrased it. There is:: a over; :also lip !said he was offered theunpnvwIontiHl general of eight Mississippi valley [EH

l' big covey of game and it would foe avery interest of 7 i,er cent states met at Pt. Louis Aug. 12 am I
f_ : poor marksman indeed who could for ?1.0. t,5M: ).
i: ..; not land enough to make a fine mess." loans on gilt e.1;:(>\1 !'ecuritr.11 this the purpose of making a concerted fight; .
.<,t : lie thought there was sufficient evidence lie said. was of no great moment to on the trust A committee was namedto mechanical for skill the highest and i type of I
hint is he was through with business: reliability /
to warrant the belief that several call a national gathering of attorneys They are four cycle jump f ,
of the trust officials can be sent and loss or gain no longer affected him general at the same place Oct. 1 spark ignitionautomobiletype. Cpq; '

to the penitentiary for a I long term. Returning to the subject of the and 2. The United States attorney carburetor mechanical valves float feed e g I
- enclosed '
c Standard Oil. he recounted the circumstances crank case r
The apparent levity of Mr. Bona general is to IK> invited. A national steam forged crank shaft, and
parte's remarks caused sharp criticisn !' of his first oil combine with arbitration law Is a No to l>e di cus in financial II. R. Payne a friendly agreement fewest number WOI king
quarters but in a subsequent San Francisco Votes Reform. parts I
Interview and inked if thl could be called crushing consistent with a perfect oper- ,
he protested that he The primaries in Fan Francisco resulted ating motor and many other
and browbeating;: a competitor. !
z was never more in earnest, insisting in a sweeping victory for the exclusive features found only in the Regal 1
denied that bN had
_.. that be is right in demanding the imprisonment lie company ever !
.: '1\ browbeaten or crushed any one. On ARE BUILT TO RUN
, of guilty individuals, provided Neighbor Fooled"I DO IT'
_7, the punishment foil1 on those the contrary, people had simply real- Made in three types, l}. 3 *
was literally coughing myself to death and 5 H, I single I
; ized "that two men can do a certain I' double cylinder; 30 H. P. four to 15 II.
for the offenses and cylinder
: really responsible and had become too weak to leave bed
:. my ,
not oa the mere subordinates. lie piece of work better than one. A and neighbors predicted that I would never We also manufacture a line of heavy. slow I 1
S" vast enterprise had been built up by from 6 U. 1'. single speed working E
1 says that if the officers of corporations leave it alive;thanks be to God I was inducedto cylinder to 45 H. P. four cylinder
. tngin'I'I
,f.- are Innocent they do not need to worry. economy to and the attention Smith report to detail.be said Replying try Dr. King's New Discovery. It took out The the country many hundreds Regal engines now in operation
Immunity For the Alton. just four one dollar bottles completely cure guarantee of he l>satisfaction they are giving. I
that Mr. Smith did not understandhow

Judge Landl In the federal district the Standard Oil had gone on perfecting I the health cough," writes and Mrs restore Eva me Uncapher.to good of sound Groertown. >- Get a Regal in the Beginning Don't Experiment !I

court at Chicago, Aug. U, excusedtill Its plant and acquiring property I Stark Co.. Ind. This king of cough Handsome !
Sept. 3 the special Ild jury call- until Its assets were many time and cold cares,and healer of throat and lungs explanatory catalogue mailed free on request

ed to consider the Alton railroad rebating greater than its actual capitalization is guaranteed by Titusville Pharmacy and Regal Gasoline
Banner Drug Store. 5Oc. aDd fl.W. Trial Engine Co.
with the oil treat, saying that thus explaining the apparently enormous bottle free.

he had received a notice from Attorney percentage of profits on the Cold Water, Michigan .
General Bonaparte to the effect that stock. Mr. Rockefeller was unstintingIn O A J9 T O XL I V..

.' -\ the Alton officials bad been promised his praise of Secretary Taft and _the Kind Yn Rate Always far !

- Immunity from proceedings for aiding Governor Hughes of New York, whombe Bfp.brt t2!; 1# ; .

k' = in the case against the oil nod by supI I described U "deliberate safe men." of !
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: ., x lnaY" '; e uusr. oi0o7 THE FLORIDA STAR 3

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'srotnws I ers of this county and the fact that he EXTENSION WORK PRO RESSES.

',. is buying up mules to be used on the If You H
'. ,;: farms Is sure proof that the approaching Lh&)1I-2 Horse More ?Iran One Thousand Men Are

1ii! JH FAIR FLORIDA season will ie a great one.-Miami f" '::o .ticle mere n.efnl Now Employed.The .
Record. al.out the static: than Mica Are
1 Ails Crease- Put a *.tok Miami Metropolis of Saturday SickIt e .
the spindles before
,&-i1 t'iWng Done Tonrds the Dewlopment The tobacco crop of the Fraleigh, t wit win help the horse and says: A
Smith Investment Co, has been hare bring the load home quicker. While work is being pushed as energetically is because some of
ftt t; of the Peninsula vested and most all of it shipped to
'{ MICA mEGREASE' i as possible on the F. E. C. the organs of the bodyare

'..,S--Tampa is to hare' 'ft.modern theater the contractor at Quincy. The memo Railway extension between Knights not doing their work

t bolldlng to cost about 75000. bers of the company are enthusiasticover and Long Keys, the force is gradually well. There is a lack of -

'::1f '.t That Palatka bridge 'project ought their success with the first crop, diminishing, some by discharges and '
mean vtTI better than any that nervous that d
",j.Q'.Ui some people In St. Johns county the yield being about eleven hundred, other grease. Coats the axle others by resignation though the com- energy

rfffi;; f!
the farm of H. M. Taylor was equallyas friction Ask the dealer for maintain a good working force until sequently you ark weak
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The county commissioners of_ CIa Mica Axle Grease.
good in every particular.-Madison such time as the general activities are worn-out nervous irrit-
--A', ,county have called another wet and ITAIIIIAU IlL 555ITIf ,
New Enterprise.A resumed, without recruiting
dry election. The date set is OctoberS. able, cannot sleep; have

fake check for the exact amount of Practically all of the work south of headache indigestion etc.
l'... } ss It Is expected the Georgia legislature the fine recently imposedupon the Knights Key which was ordered suv- because there is not suffi, K

Standard Oil Company by Judge Land- pended some time ago, but which it
will adjourn tonight unless Governor cient force to
nerve keep
decided to to -
was continue a poln.
Is at Chicago was received at the 1ti
:Hoke Smith should calla special ses- r
the active and allow
Treasury Department yesterday froman where it could be left in safety from organs -
n.A. unknown sender. It was mailed at destruction, has now been completed them to perform their

woman's prohibition league has Bomford to the Camps. and the dredges and excavators are being -
Toledo, 0., was drawn on a bank there, functions. Dr.
_ been organized in Pensacola to assist Times-Union's bureau of laid some in Nine Mile creek
'. and was signed by the Standard Oil Tampa up, :Miles' Nervine restores
: ,in the wet election in
1. coming and dry
and others at various points of vantage
5 Company and John D. Rockefeller. The Thursday says: health because it restores

;' [' Escambia county. receipt of the check caused much The county commissioners of and safety between Knights Key

s ?, Lake Butler's tax books this year amusement among the treasury offi Hillsborough at a special: meeting hell and Key West. this** nervous energy.
I have been sick for a year, and t
'ia' t how a land valuation of $204.000; for dials yesterday, had under discussion the With the suspension of this work did not know what was the matter

1906 the amount $118,000. so that several of the steamers will also be with me. I tried many remedies and -

: of H. Bomford to the hard
A special to the Pensacola Journal subleasing none of them proved of any talue. I
1907 shows a gain of 96000. & WalL Bomford laid up, among them the Phil Shecklesand heard of Dr Miles' Nervine. I procured *
firm of Knight
;*v from Apalachicola announces the can ware a bottle and before I had taken
Petitions being circulated will remembered convictedof Kennedy while others will b! half of it I was better. I would have
; are It, be was
1 didacy of J. F. C. Griggs of that city had nervous prostration if I had not
;' throughout Duval county asking the shooting Capt. Chas. Park of the put out of commission as the occasion got this medicine when I did. 1 con-
for the representative to from
congress tinued to take It until I was entirely
-'L Board of County ComjIssioners to :the Third congressional district. The steamer H. B. Plant and: was sentenced presents. welL I have since recommended it
i call wet and election at the I criminal Judge Horace The most of the work is confined at to five of my lady friends and they
a dry by the court
city of Apalachicola, and in fact the have all thanked me for doing 110, for
date. In the State Long Key where the immense viaductis it benefited them all."
'earliest possible entire Franklin county has been .with C. Gordon, to one year :MRS. ROSE OTTO.
His appealedto under course of construction though 189 8 3d St.. Ohio.Dr. .
Some of tne newspapers that have penitentiary. case was Columbus
out direct representation in
congressfor Miles' Nervine Is sold
} there is a considerable force working your
howled the loudest against corporations over fifty years and this fact is the circuit court and then to the druggist, who will guarantee that the
the decision of at Knights Key and vicinity. At first bottle will benefit. If It falls, he
are "not so sure about the wis- prominently brought out by the friendsof State supreme court will refund your money.
will the lower court being upheld by bothof Long Key, the piling work for the via Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind
dom 0f the present.agitation. It Mr. Griggs, who feel sure of his ,
has been to the west
I duct completed
s not be a great while. before conviction election in the primary. the higher tribunals.He .
a channel, while thearches, are well advanced -
bond the
will come. was out on pending appeals -

..- John H. Powell a DeSoto county and was in the employ of Mea and far out Into the water expanse -

;. Mayor Eugene Masters is giving an I farmer living thirteen miles east of Knight & Wall. When the final that is to be crossed. It was
amount of time and srs 7AtMoatValaaakSetnf Yacht and/J< energy
enormous I Wauchula, was killed by a falling tree decision in the case was reached. Cir originally intended to erect 180 archesto /JaiJdi-z BfII1A nnllislud.. f

to the proper conduct of the city's affairs -I Tuesday of last week.* The Wauchu cult Judge Wall directed that Bom the viaduct, but owing to slight f f
he should have the active r
- and la Advocate says that the unfortunateman ford be sent to the county convict changes it is reliably reported the com .

sympathy and support of each and ev was cutting down the tree and camps, but by an arrangement be- pany has decided to erect forty-four BOOKS f fOYer

ery citizen. when it began to fall, Powell noticinghis tween the convict lessees and the firm more arches or a total of224. Joco boils have been built from the fine
in books-Succe : tailed in
the.- fu3y
The long standing case in the criminal dog asleep and in evident dangerof which had Bomford employed he has Upward of one thousand men are every dime and upon every sea-Fun detail

court of record at DeLand against it himself health is drawing of In part, showing what it Is and
being hit tried to save been allowed to remain with them. Today now employed. Their excellent bow to make it-Text extremely simple,

a the St.Regis Club d that town for the being struck by I'a limb and instantly he to the convict at I' and the work progressing as
Illegal sale of liquor was settled Frl killed. A limb penetrated the man's this to rapidly as possible under the circum- Ii tat aw,nUloat Lrt...,t.build.mall''esiv
Keystone park county serve ,,,i lid naag boat toe a buy it...,.tb.leaa.es ..
day. the club being convicted and a forehead crushing the skulL. stances.
his sentence.
fine $1,000 entered. A CM tot for fltmanm mliac w kiarklw abort h
W. T. Halzlip and Mack Russell hada The commissioners yesterday unanImously o.mi.re, Hatbesu.wJsIalw eerbells;'top or. e
"Re'v. for sixty a rig; full plaits..i pfc-larrt ot-pIoote4 boW
John CLet. years veiy peculiar experience at their directed that the contractorstake A Florida "Rip"Gainesville
minister in the Methodist church and residence Wednesday night. Upon him to their camp at that point. MOM M..H I..| ntimt ......- veer ........, a peg
Methodism in ( San.) wiD.,. i. "_...*,Awl Mil AWnH, axe te build 1 MPtcviawtfc.
one of'the founders of leaving the house after supper the kerosene ,

Florida In 1845. died at his home in lamp was left burning and during Don't Be Blue T. B. Folks, wife and son, Fleming HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH .

85:; of Newtown, Levy county are among Simple Bud practml kowmr low t.<0Mlnctal.a.4
Jacksonville last Monday And lose all interest when help is within .
their absence exploded. Not an article k U tar w will sal.wtort ami*]8 Iec.--
years.'The interment'was made in Mi- reach. Herbine will make that liver perform the visitors to the city being guests of HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
; was burned by the lamp or oil s
its duties J. R. Elba, Ala their sons G. D. and Griffin Folks. A'" all iroinvi rram.. kwti food obis; ne.a.a
I canopy Tuesday. properly Vaughn, .der I ,wteble t.ua.w........
and when they returned the broken
writes: "Being a constant sufferer from This Is Mr. Folks' first visit to HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL.DRAUGHT BLOOf
t: A serious collision occurred last Friday lamp was peacefully resting in broken constipation and a disordered hver.I have four A drrr smog bust with lIIOd.rat.- -.*-*-rau .aa4 Semas
Gainesville for thirty- long years .........
between a large passengertrolleycar pieces where it had follen. That it
found Herbine to be the best medicine for
and it is not surprising to hear him HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
and a freight and express trolley did not,Ignite the household furnitureis these troubles on the market I have used it Eut to bw1deer.tbi.e straight;j1Pt tb.eean few a bob
remark that he notes a "great big la begin wttk;caa be butt ery cheaplyr sloop 01'cat rig
: train on the Fort Barrancas line of the a miracle.-Orlando Reporter StarT. const*ntly. I believe it to be the best med
? change." When he left this town it HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHT '
/ cine of its kind and I wish all sufferers from
t' Pensacola Electric Company. A tmspfet.devnpdai of bow t.builds..ode,arc DMit .
F. :McCall received a communication -!these troubles to know the good Herbine has was little more than & crossroads (kin ....IM wd a* Ia.PRICE ,
persons, .were more or less seriously I done me.Truck.
Wednesday from Francis R. trading point where he and others
fatalities are reported. $1.
Injured but no EACH
Shunk, :Major Corps of Engineers U. Farming at New Smyrna. were accustomed to cease deer and pHtfAio ay re.uess AIIYW"EItI

& The county commissioners of Dade S. A., Jacksonville, stating that after (New-Smyrna Breeze.) panther and other big game througa: Bound in cloth-Gold lettennc-Sue of pagk

county: have made a levy of 201-: reviewing the report sent to that body The evidence of truck farming has the black-jacks where the elegan 9 by u mdit*-Uric,ciurlytln plans.

I mills for county tax which with the that the "commercial interest involved begun to show itself in the vicinity of court house and fine brick stores now THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. t

z 71-2 mills, State tax mikes the total would not warrant the United States New Smyrna and there will probably s ta1'1i.lr.. f MWRRAT trnccr New '0"", U.S. A

i 28 mills. In West Palm Beach anl in spending any money on the har- in :\ FolRs had heard of the won- S ut pattal for Catalogue f Book for
\ be a large acreage planted vegeta Kl ls"G's Li rllr7.
'Sf' Miami this.is still further increased to bor at St. Petersburg. He advised, bles of different kinds the coming sea derful growth of Gainesville but entertained

: 31 mills by a 3 mill special school district however, that the department would no idea of its.broad scope for

\; ": tax. x further consider any reports or evidence son.Celery and lettuce it is said wll be in place of mud-holes nd ponds he

r: Shipments of cigars from Tampa sent in by citizens or corporations grown quite extensively and alreadythe now sees elegantly pared streets and

for the .week ending August 10 were .-St. Petersburg Independent. land, in several instances, is be- fine houses.

(f, 4,515,000. Total shipments from Jan- The season for net fishing opens today ing prepared for these crops. __ _n.____ _____._._ __
;: uary 1 to August 10' were 468,785,000. throughout Florida, and the big \Iessrs J.1. Davis and R. S. Sheldon Do You Think

: Total shipments for the corresponding shippers here have been making prepa- nave received the tiling and will
r Far Yourself ?
} period of last year were 163,905,000. rations to get to work at once for. some iTlgate four acres on Mr. Davis' place

," The increase in shipments for this days past. In addition to the firma, >> west of town and will plant it in lettuce Or.IS Ton open your month like a young and have are stood still the in the test teal.for Their over p absolute years,

r year up to August, 10 was 13,880,000 who have been shipping from here in and celery; ; one crop to succeedthe 'Ird,e a rnaVbe gulp urered down you whatever T food or media large certainty ylelds of of growth delicious,their vegetables uncommonly and

;igars. the past, Mr. Geo. Brown, one of the other. 'M beautiful Ilowers, make them the most.
reliable and the most popular every.where.
,, The dredges Geo. W. Allen and r-eaviest shippers from Punta Gorda Mr. Chas Furen. the pioneer celery r n Intelligent thinking woman. Sold by all dealers, 1907
In need ofVelVf from weakness,nerrou:>ne 5. Seed annual free oa
::_ Grampus which have been filling in for is to open his fish house on the rail grower of this section is we understand I pain and susVir. then tt means much to D. H FERAT 8 CO.request,

the East Coast Railway terminal opposite road dock, and make daily car load preparing to plant a larger acreage you that ther. .."' M..j ,,r d trvJfto ....' Detract, Ytch.
I d'r1r,. n.. N'YPO'IITto'" sold by
the garrison the past ;year, arj shipments from Fort Mjers This this season than ever before.I "l.'f
dru.cllht" f 'r thy cvr*of w"tnan' Ills.
l' now under contract of several' hundred will set the Seminole Power &, Ice There are a number of others who ,'I *I' 50 YEARS'

thousand dollars with Nipe Bay, Cuba Co's. ice plant to work under their will plant small patches of celery and The makers of Dr. Pierre's Favorite Pre- EXPERIENCE

and will leave for that point! as soor full capacity and liven business up ('ther'egetables and the shipmentsfrom scription. for the cure of weak nervous rundown -
.overworked, debilitated pain-racked
.. as the tug arrives to tow them there. considerably-Fort Mjers Press. this place this season will far women.knowing this medicine to be made up fEL

-Key West Advertiser. exceed those of last season. of ingredients every one of which hat the
Columbus McKenzie who resides strongest possible indorsement of the leading
Last season every one who engaged : -
When Putnam county builds that i near Lake Helen. is one of the successful and standard authorities of the several

bridge across the St. Johns river farmers of Volusia county. From in growing vegetables made good schools of practice are perfectly willing: and 5l5
new crops although the seasons were very In fact are only too glad to print as tbey do, TRADE MARKS t
we understand there will be a company :0 acres he has just harvested 246 the formula or list of ingredients, of which OtstonsCOPYRIGHTS
unfavorable account of the drouth
formed to build a trolley line bet bushels of fine corn $100 worth of i on it is composed in plain English on everybottlewrapper. Ac.
; for Anyone ndne a sketch and decnntlnn may
and they received gooJ prices
tween Hastings and Palatka. Messrs fodder and hay, and from the same I quickly ascertain our opinion free Commantntthm whether an
them. '*' i' invention ispropabipatentable. -
> Hilburn Millican and piece of land sold $100 worth of mel !.trict IT confidential. Handbook on Patent
Von Engelken thousand The formula of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre sent f ee. Oldest atcency fur securing patents.
Last there I
Vertrees, we hear, are to be the men ons. Besides all this he has the pros spring were over a scription will bear the most critical examination Patents taken through Moon A Co. receive
tpetial notice without charge, la the
crates of tomatoes shipped from of medical experts for It contain
to be reckoned with and they have pect for fine sweet potato and pea no '
alcohol narcotics harmful or habitformingdrugs Scientific flmericati
this place and some of them netted I
already pledged about $20OOo-San crops and in addition he bas gardenand and no agent enters into it that is not j
nearly four dollars per crate, and the highly recommended by tbe.most advanced A handsomely Ultmtraied wt f>k'Y.' Largest rtrcnlatioa .
Mateo Item. fruit crops. McKenzie has made of any.nentitleJIwrnaL Terms. (3 a
average price was over two dollars and leading medical teachers and author- veer: four months,f L Sold by-H new ea.len.mNN 'l
Our sponge merchants have received all this despite the long dry spell we per crate ities of their several schools of practice. & CO.361BroadwaJ' Hew York .

had the winter and spring Thee authorities noc'Omml'nd the ingredient
positive instructions from their respective Green corn shipped from here to Miami Branch Office- '2S F "U Washington..C.__
Farming is a good paving business in Ot Ir Vtrce 5 Kavorue TreVrfpn''n for the
houses not to purchase and other lower east coast towns cure of *aollr the '.! m* ailments forwMrle

sponge at any price on account of th> Florida when you go at it right like brought good prices. Although last wnr 1m malt,.Inc a adyied. KILL THE COUCH ,
McKenzie And such a man shouldbe '
trained condition of the money; market season was a most successful one for + 'h + AND CURE THE LUNGS
:, -', hardship on happy, contented, and certainly independent. No other medicine for woman's ills hn any 1
This will prove a the vegetable and truck, growers and
.-Volusia Count Fecord. such professional endorsement a*Dr Pierce:
our sponger as they will be forced to the coming season promises even bet- Favorite Prescription has received in the unqualified WITH Dr. King'sOSSUMPTION

seek other vocations until the count ter because they have: gained considerable recommendation of each of Its t
Beautiful Women several ingredients by scores of leading medI-
:" attains a better financial basis,-Kev experience, and should it be an all
cal men of the schools of practice. Is
cheeks flashed New
Plump with the soft glow of Discovery
'_. West; Advertiser. health and a pure complexion make all women unfavorable season they will know such an endorsement nut worthy of your
; beautiful Take a small dose of Herbme after Consideration; ?
preparation for the approaching better how to meet It. Price
In each meal;it will prevent constipation and i + *
r tricking season, J. B. Wofford of Hal help digest what you have eaten. Mrs.\\m.M New Smjrna is one of the favored A booklet of Ingredients with numerous FOR OUGHSand SOc&St.OO

t: landale is now on a trip to Missouri Stroud.** Midlothian, Tex, writes, May 31, sections of Florida for vegetable growing autborative profesional endorsements by the OLDS Free-Trial.
1901: W e have used Ilerbine in our family leading medical authorities of this ,
and Kansas where he went to purchase for eight years and found it the best medicinewe and in a few years it will be one will be mailed fn to any one sending country name Guaranteed for all THROAT and

a lot of mules. Mr. Woffordis ever used for constipation bilious fever of the largest shipping points in the and address with request for same. Addres LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY I

one of the well informed truck grow- and Banner malaria.Drag Sold Store.by Titusville Pharmacyand State. Dr. K. Y. Pierce. Bulila N, Y. BAC't'

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<')f: ,> ..4'. < THE ,FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, AUGUST, 1907 : "
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,\'- ", *;.. ... THE FLORIDA STAR power of the United States shall not 8,000 FEET ELEVATIONThe find out in time how to reach it. GOOD DIGESTION tf

'.." /1/1 .. extend to any suit against a state by a I get a morning and evening Eng-

..n citizen of another state. City of Mexico a First Class lish paper here. They keep up to Man Can Overcome
; : ,. .Entered at the postofiee at Titnsville as With Good Digestion a
.; 5 ieeond-elass mail matter. The,decision also says a state leg- Summer Resort the times in U. S. matters.I Every Obstacle, Conquer

,, !. islature cannot so frame an act as to The following interesting letter have engaged passage to returnon Every Difficulty.MM t

Kills Wager,, CdUorand Pablbher. deprive a citizen, of a right vouch- was received by Rev. H. B. Gibbons, the same steamer on which we + _.,_xe'_
of from his friend Rev. : came, the "Mexico" of the Ward _
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY HORNING safed him by the federal constitu- Daytona, ,
D. W. who has several line. It sails from Vera Cruz on Au- :3; ;': ,
Riggs ( 7
tion, and that it does not possess the spent : ? 4
understood that neither winters gust 15; eight days to New York, so
l It must be dearly in Daytona) from the City
this its
t ; THE STAB nor its editor is responsible for power "to deprive court of that we will reach Pittsburg by the
of Mexico under date of Aug. 1st
i :
!' correspondents.
,: opinions expressed by jurisdiction, and the sooner those last of the month. aral'A.ryvYif

t 'Z'.." > ''ff questions are definitely determined' Since being here in the tropics,andso
:i': Whether there will be an extra session high above thoughts have
)t you, my
; : the better it will be for all parties Another "Reason"There
!> of the legislature or not no one often gone aWay back and down to
t : concerned. appears to be an effort to fYwzr.
: to know definitely. Unless one my good friends in Daytona. I wish
'l' seems
shows that the laws still another for the
The opinion of scare up excuse
is called to receive the report of thecommission that you were both here with me to
North Carolina especially provide up- calling of an extra session. Here is
,. see and enjoy this great city and
there is hardly necessity
: !
i.'z what the Commercial
: Leesburg has
what terms injunction shall be
I on an country with its fine Climate, wealthof :
;\; to warrant an extra session. to of it?
ft ,. I granted so as to suspend rates, pend- tropical fruits and profusion' of say
''':' the confis- flowers. I here almost three It is now rumored that Governor
"' ing litigation, or involving am now
: .. That there will be candidate to Broward will .
a soon call an extra ses-
'.$1' > catory nature of such rates; that the weeks and am ready to call it a first
: :: .. take the place of Mr.Jennings in the class summer resort. sion of the legislature for the pur-
statutes of North Carolina expressly
;.L',' -:.. campaign is a foregone ,conclusion. authorize the the Just think, it is almost or quite pose of submitting to the people a
"J.-' course pursued by
: No announcement made yet has been 8,000 feet above Daytona, which constitutional amendment providingfor
courts when rates in-
I" : ...'. received with much enthusiasm, and freight are Prescott says is twice the height of prohibition in Florida. As gooda
;' volved, but does not even require a
thing is
prohibition the
as callingof
the man who will be the next goviJ.t the clouds above your heads in the
bond for such injunction when pass- anjextra session at this time wouldbe
ernor of Florida has not yet been an- summer time. I am wearing my
nounced. enger fares are in litigation.The I Daytona winter clothing and sleep an unpopular move. The legisla-

[under four blankets. Our rooms are ture has only recently adjourned and

Timidity of W. S. Taylor did not pass such a resolution. They
with doors
: ; very large, corresponding AlL ::
One of the most interesting con- had time to do it if they had been in-
and windows and with in
Ex-Gov.W. S.Taylor of Kentucky, no screens
that scheduled for the next
riJ :; : tests are clined to do so. There is no evidence
; the either. I have just measured a win-
:,\' primary will be that in this senatorial during past seven years a fugi- that they would pass it if called in R. y. LECKIE.
dow in and find it 8 feet 3
tive from Kentucky justice and living my room
', Y\ district composed of Dade, St. Lucie under the protection of the governorof inches high and 3 feet 9 inches wide. extra session. If Governor Broward MB. B. Y. LECKIE, Keno, Miss.,

I and Brevard: counties. It is,understood I wanted the legislature to act upon :
them the
I Indiana has been offered keeping open during eve- I I
an opportunity the he "I write to tell you of the great benefits -
Watson will question have contin-
that John to
try to go back home and save ning with a light burning does not that Peruna has accomplished for
wrest the senatorial toga from FredM. the life of a friend besides doing bring in a bug, fly, insect or mos- ued it in session while it was in Tal-I me. It has cared me of catarrh and
lahassee. The opposition to callingan all the other ills that I.wa
i Hudson, and a warm contest is much towards his own vindication.The quito-that leaves Daytona away out seemingly .
extra session at this time would subject to.
looked for in that case. fourth trial of Caleb Powers for of it.
militate against the passage of the "/ can eat anything before me and e
conspiracy in the Goebel murder will A good breeze is stirring every day. : digest anything I eat. Physically I ama
: be called. Mr. is We have rain about every other afternoon amendment by the people and might new man."
Fortified by the ruling of the at- shortly Taylor un-
I. serve to defeat it. Let the legisla- With weak the
or deranged digestion,
T der indictment as one of the conspir- ; as this is the rainy season.
{ 'I2: torney-general, Comptroller Croom
ture submit the amendment to the source of strength and vitality is impaired -
1 1 ft' .. has stood firm in his position under: ators in the same case, and a numberof I[ have a good thermometer in my people under favorable conditions the nerves are weak, the blood
-' ... room and it has stood between 63 and
unsuccessful efforts have been circulates
i the law and has turned down all I II feebly.
j t' requisitions and it will be adopted by a big ma-
made to get him within the jurisdic- 70 degrees Far. since I came. Out No man is capable of thinking ac-

i i\\I(: :<-,' not for current expenses of tion of the state of Kentucky in orderto in the sun of course it is warmer. I jority. I curately or doing anything vigorously
i #t.. : the government payable out of the put him on trial. was lucky in finding this hotel. It is while suffering with indigestion.To .
Hunting for Trouble ria the stomach of catarrh will
,_ .: ": general revenue fund. Even those part of an old cathedral or monasterybuilt
;;-.00. When Powers was arrested there "I've lived in California 20 years and am produce clean, healthy mucous membranes *
.. f inconvenienced by his rulings have was found in his pocket a pardon over 100 years ago. Its outside still banting for trouble in the way of burns, and thus correct the digestion.

'I { been forced to admire the manner in signed by Gov. Taylor for a crime walls are over four feet thick. In sores piles that wounds.Bucklen's boils Arnica cuts sprains Salve,won or a'quick case of Peruna has the reputation the world

[ :: which Mr. Croom met the assaults on with which he had not then been the center of the building is a large lx cure." writes Charles Walters, of Alle- over for doing this very thing. A course
, : gnany,Sierra: Co. No use banting, Mr. Walters of Peruna promptly and completely
with flowers and
,". I i--; :. his position. charged or indicted. The existenceof court shrubbery ; it cares every case. Guaranteed at Ti. sets the digestive organs at their trut

f f" this pardon, exonerating a man large- trees.. 25c.tnsville. Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. function.

J not yet accused, had powerful influ- This city has changed much since I
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'I I Hasty Legislation ence upon the case against Powers saw it some years ago. The streetsare -

I): Judge Alton B. Parker, presidentof and was probably the principal cause well asphalted and are kept clean.It THE RARE MARK

the American Bar association, in of his conviction. If it could be sat- is closely built up with fine'business : I

: his annual address at Portland, isfactorily explained why an innocentman houses, has fine and well kept

>; ;*i', .Maine,Tuesday, touched upon a number should have had such a docu- stores and is well supplied with elec- A Work of ArtThat

'-r 'i( of subjects of the'deepest interest ment in his pocket under Such circumstances tric streetcar lines,etc. Many Amer-
k then it is believed the icans are pushing into Mexico and investing ALABASTINE is what your home can be if
to the people,among them being that decorate it with Alabastine. For
defense would score the large capital. I am told that you
of hasty legislation. At every session strongestsort appropriateness is true art; and not
; ., there is nine hundred millions of
of a point and a jury would acquit now only can make home decorations
I you your
?' of the legislature in each of the states
American here with20,000 of
; Powers. And Powers says that money appropriate with Alabastine,
; ; y.': there are many more bills introduced Taylor could give an explanation that our people in this city, most of them but you can make them reflect your

-:.*, than are passed, and it is a safe statement would be truthful, logical and satis- forging ahead and making money, I own taste in a way that is not pos-

I'i that the people would be better factory; therefore the fugitive ex- have met, among others, many bright sible with any other form of wall covering.

f. 'i., off if a majority of those that are governor is an indispensable witness colored graduates.For .

r- '-.,-t passed had never been introduced. I for the defense. the past three years or more Ahibastine

-1.' & In the short time that a legislature The state's attorney has"promised the government has been building a The Sanitary Wall Coatingis

...', |, is in session there isn't time to care- Mr. Taylor immunity from arrest on national theatre close to the postof- superior in

!' t.," fully consider more than two or three the indictment pending against him fice. The frame work is up, is of unique in its wonderful appearance sanitary in economy properties.in You durability should know and is.
steel and will be of the finest in more about it on all these points and we therefore extend you
if he will into and
come cordial
; ( :- a invitation to visit our store see the Alabastine color
really important As
:' measures. a the world. Two charts, and have the Alabastine stenciled designs (which you
were spent on
Powers. This offer it is said is years
:: can use yourself)explained to you.
rule but also local
f. not only general, ,
the foundation which is of steel and
backed by every state officer from the Ask to see the Book of
f" bills are rushed through without a Alabattine Prize
governor down. That, it seems, concrete. Iron piles were driven DesignsFor
J" t- r proper understanding of their full should be a sufficient guarantee for down and stone pillars*built and upon Sale by

.3 meaning or the effect they are likely almost any man anxious to save a these was laid one solid mass of rein- EAST COAST LUMBER &: SUPPLY COMPANY I -=; =-'

l< *"> to have. forced concrete. This rendered
friend and to secure his own vindica- was I

'.h'::;f. It isn't to be expected that a legislature tion. But Mr. Taylor says he has no necessary on account of a lake havingonce ANMq.tNMNTl1E ""'
., r > 4' will ever be so perfect as not faith in the promise and will not go occupied this section of the city.

''r, to make some mistakes, but it does to Kentucky. One can hardly con- Across the street from this is the -.- -- -

/' ceive of a state, Kentucky or building of the Mutual Life Ins. Co
. seem as if there was room for great any
.: improvement. Each legislator should other, breaking such a promise, yet of New York, which cost three mil- VICTOR I

so great is Mr. Taylor's timidity and lions of dollars. Only half a square
:; feel his responsibility so deeply that he
:." would insist upon knowing the mean-: fear for his personal safety that hewill away is a building occupied by the Talking Machines Supplies and I

not meet Kentucky's fair Mexican Mine and Smelter SupplyCo.
}: ing and effect of each bill he is called propo- Records sold by the
sition, made in good faith and in the ., for which, I am reliably told, I

t ,.; upon to act upon, and to make special interest of justice to Powers, .who they pay a monthly rental of 3Q b)
4 effort to free his mind from all ., INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
was a member of Taylor's cabinet pew, or $15,000. I speak of thee

prejudice and passion before supporting when he was governor. things to indicate what these peopleso yplp,+lsstcr>r oK TITUSYILLE FLORIDA
'M high in the clouds above doing ,
.y or opposing a measure. -- -'--- us: are
''-: Weekly Weather Keoort..- I may add in their favor too, -

': JUPITER, FLV., .\U2. 27. 1
t.<,',, Judge Pritchard's Decision Comparative statement of temperaturesand or woman since landing in Mexico -
.t rainfall for the week nndinsr Tuesday. Ball !
; :.r Judge Pritchard, in the United lPoi 1O1; or any disorder whatever on the Play
:; t'I States circuit court at Asheville, on I 21. v) tn 4) y, 74 streets. forgetting that I am an
$h I Tuesday handed down his opinion in .. 2'!, 00 ..., .6 "old man," please permit me to say I II
... 23. "9 7-* **i 74 that I have beautiful
seen many women -
21 "l 77 s?
the famous case of the Southern Railway 72 I
25 92 74 \2 71 here handsomely gowned. i
:, vs. McNeil and others, in which 26. S9 74 "6 73 A Complete Line of i
27. 90 76 42 72 Hotels here have no dining rooms. I
S he recently enjoined the corporation Total rainfall for the week
.10 inches
I breakfast at one place on strawberries
: ,. : Departure rainfall fur the week minus 1.1 t SP.AZ77LDINGBASE: : : '
"., ..,:' commission of that state from mak- inches. rolls and chocolate; lunch at an- >> I

ing and publishing a passenger rate Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus other, and dine at 7 p. m. at another.

E i try: K of 2 1-4 cents per mile under the provisions 11.9 inches. H. I'. HARDIX. My niece,' who came with me, is BALL GOODS i{

of the act of 1907. Official in Charge. visiting at Oaxaca, about 300 miles E

>_ The opinion upholds the jurisdiction Chamberlain' Colic. Cholera and Diarr south, with a party of nice Pennsyl- Carried by j

3 I of that court in the recent injunctions hoea Remedy Three Doctor Better Than vania people we met on the steamer

'A and who have mines there close to The H. & W. B.
'. against officials during the 'Th fee years ago we had three doctors with DREW CO.
our little boy and everything that they could the border of Guatemala.Last .
.:' rate controversy and declares that do seemed in vain. At last when all hope
seemed to be gone we began using ChamberlaD' Sunday I attended services at Distributors for Florida
the suit is not one against the state
.:. Colic, Cholera and Durrhoea Remedy the Catholic cathedral, a Methodist *
within the meaning of the eleventh and in a few hours he began to improve. Today
"e'f. '- he is as healthy a child as parents could Sunday school, a Mexican service anda JACKSONVILLE FLORIDASend
: amendment to the federal constitution wish for." Mrs.B.J. Johnston. Lmtoo. Miss. ,
For sale by Titusville Presbyterian service A Baptist
Pharmacy, Banner
;, which holds that the judicial Drug Store and all dealers. church was organized but I did not for catalogue and samples for uniforms


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: ..RoHIBhiySpoken Of Rivals TIle Hear* of a Child.
Express Companies as
=;' '' I That which disparages us and quickens Rochester Gas Engines
xa t ftew Little Rock Ark.: Florida
>-t ';yr: ,ezchange'4e1ipthe Agriculturist. revolt Is no less a factor In a
"' "
'J)" following in regard to We do not know that the Southern child's emotional life. But there is this
: : he ir.Robottom difference we hate the better HEW DESIGN
': < ; who will arrive here Express company has ever interferedwith opportunity :

.:' tr Y-iiJl!,October to.take charge of the Ti- the business of growers or shippers to defend ourselves and to obtaIn
-... "".:t".. A-r reparation. So there Is, a certain i
.l "f; i. ..e. and Cocoa Episcopal church- directly, that is by buying and pathetic pleasure in standing with humanity TeoCycleThreePort > ,

: >! .; I selling fruits and vegetables whichare where its Joys, Its longings. Its .
.i :,After seven years' service as pastor to be carried to market by them. embarrassments and its disappoint- : '

: .i. if; in the Cathedral Parish of the There has been much bitter.com- ments are simplest and newest and. -
perforce, where impotency is absolute. One to Four Cyl
' V, ,Diocese of Arkansas, the Very Reverend plaint hi the produce papers that the Give me this most uncommercial, this

-.:. Percy J. Robottom has resign- northern express companies were soliciting dirinest of enterprises for my own! cadets 21-2> K

Ir- : led as dean of Trinity cathedral, hisr consignments of fruit and' Give me a child to be at home with, to .
'" : be in absolute confidence with! If I 100 H. P.
: resignation to take effect October li vegetables to be handled and sold by
cannot refashion my warped wrin-
From Little Rock Dean Robottom
their agents, thus interferring quite kled and discolored old soul into the Cut of our new design, 2-cycle,3-port double cylinder
tt) will go to Florida, where he will assume seriously with the' commission mer- unbiased graces and the ethereal purity Mde up one to four cylinders,21 to 100 H.P.

i _, ". work under Bishop Gray.. chants. of the spirit of the child let me now 5 h. p. 2-cylinders, weight 125 pounds, price complete

.L The citizens of Little Rock will regret An item in the Epitomist shows and again open that little door and with reverse clutch, propellor and shaft $185 00 s

. : to learn of the intended depart that they have gone further than the shut sheer myself delight in that of little Patterson heart just Da for 16 h. p. 4-cylinder, weight 395 pounds, price complete $* ""*n3

tf fure of Dean Robottom.' He is not that, in one case, at least, as will be Bois In Success )1agazlne.Baklag with reverse clutch, propellor and shaft 5T- k--500.00

..f: only prominent as a theologian and seen from the following: Record of "Baby Bullet" with a RochesterEau
It Gea
.,. church man, but also widely popular A very important investigation of "How much coal is there T. Susan? Gallie to Palm Beach, time 81 hours. Entered ten races, more than 100 miles,mak- I
; ing every lap with a variation of less than 30 seconds. Palm Beach to Eau Gallic, 120 miles,
among the business and' professional alleged violations of the new railroad How long will it last?" 8 3-4 hours. All this running without a hitch. Write me for catalogue and prices.

classes of the city and state, and is a rate law by express companies is soon "Well ma'am. It will last quite G. F. PADDXSON

scholar and orator of much ability. to be undertaken by the interstate awhile If you don't hare any fires."
? "Then there Isn't much left" Eau G-nlllo, : : 'F'loricl.et
Under his pastorate Trinity cathed commerce commission. Serious complaints "
I "There Isn't any left, ma'an.
ral has grown materially. The church have been made to the com-
and equipment have been given important mission that the express companiesare LAUNCH SUPPLIES

additions and improvements, doing an extensive merchandise CASTOR I

while the growth in the congregationhas business, and incidentally engaged in For Infants and Children.

been marked. individuals and firms
squeezing en-
But only with his flock has Dean gaged in the various lines of agricul- The Kind You Hate Always BoughtBears !
Robottom been popular. Many of ture, such as farming and trucking.A theSignature

.' the leading social and intellectual or- specific instance is given-that of of i

ganizations of the city have paid trib- the great celery raising industry of

ute to his marked ability, by frequent the Kalamazoo district of Michigan.It LI, "_

requests to lecture before is alleged that the express compa- -* j- *

them, or otherwise take part in the nies play their game of freeze out MONAD' 1

work of the organization. He has there by demanding such high rate

been particularly popular in fraternal for carrying the celery to New York

I circles and holds posts of honor in and other eastern markets that no I! = l

(- nearly all of the leading fraternal or- profit will be left to the celery raiser

ders of Little Rock. if they pay them. 7 '
No. successor has as yet been an- When the celery men object the

nounced for Dean Robottom. express companies offer to buy the
Monarch Carburettor Monarch Check Valve
it product and handle it themselves.The Price Price
.P@t ,
TROPIC celery raisers, it is said, have 34 inch, $10.00 3-4 inch, $1.50 '

f Mr. Ensey spent Wednesday in been forced in this way, to sell their 1 11.00 1 2.00

Eau Gallie. I product to the'express companies at REASONSFor 11-4 12.00 114 u 2.50 .

Mrs. Boyer was the guest of Mrs. far less than they felt that they Buying a High Speed, Ball We have a nice line of Gas Engine Supplies. Write us

'; Blocker Wednesday.Mr. should get for it. Bearing EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANYNotice

> Aaron Williams has returned The new rate law makes express

from his home in Middle Florida. companies common carriers and puts "Standard" Rotary Shuttle to Teachers I t.

1..t Misses Annie and Genie Stewart them under the jurisdiction of the jSpend a Pleasant

t, spent Sunday with Miss Nellie Scho- commerce commission. It also for- Sewing Machine Office Superintendent Public Instruction,Ti-
tusville, IlaThe lalfHourtooltip
bids them to engage in any other -
field.Mr. is list of the text books to
following a
3 L. Mathers returned from business than that of transportationof be used as the basis of the September examination -

New York and other northern points passengers and freight. buying any other machine, 1907: t
Orthography-Reed's Word Lessons! (25c),
and reports a most delightful trip.A viz.: It is cheaper. But there is Majnird Merrill &Co., New York.
moonlight excursion to Oceanuswas Eczema in the Reading-Any standard author will answer. 1
For the good of those suffering with eczemaor more difference quality I mpotitionIaxwell & Smith's Writing
given Saturday night by Capt.C. other such trouble I wish to say my wife than in the price. in English I (Dc). American Book Co.
H. Casper on the launch Mystic. had something of that kind and after using \rithmctic-liIneos Standard (b5c), American -
the doctors'remedies for some time concludedto Book Co., Atlanta.
An elegant supper was served on try Chamberlain's Salve and it proved to The "Standard" ROTARY SHUTTLE English Grammar-Mctcalfs (floe), American n
board. A large crowd went and all be better than anything she had tried. For NEVER STOPS when the machine is in Book Co.
1 sale Titusville U. Field's Grammar School($1), I IY
by Pharmacy and Banner Old shuttles start and S. Hifetory- vr UM HENRY BOSCH COM
had a most delightful time.Don.t Drug Store and all dealers. operation. style American Book Co. PANT WALL PAPER Mmpto at yow
STOP TWICE to each stitch. Just thinkof Florida History-Brevard&Bennett's(noel), owe B-ittiDC comfortably in soar
Grumble the extra strain and weir that this American Book Co.and Fairbanks, H.& \V. etty chair! You eaa mak *better selection
What Is It? makes! The '"Standard" Rotary Shuttle B. Drew Co.GeographyRedway's. that way than by ransacking the store t'
When your joints ache and you suffer from Tallahassee True Democrat. moves on continuously without a jar. Natural Advanced Y.. ... UM whole hae-the very latest
rheumatism, buy a bottle uf BalUrd'sSnowLiniment The needle bar has only two motions to (ll.35), American Book Co.PhysiologyColeman's desicna-the loveliest tinta and richest
and get insUut relief. contracted A punitive The legislature of 1907 enacted stitch, whereas the vibrator bar has Elements of (90c), color effects.iBcrodini taported patterns.Everything
for rheumatism burns cuts, every
care The McMillan Co., Atlanta. food ia wall MPrt in the
muscles.sore chest etc. Mr. I.T. Bogy,a j chapter 5597,section 4,of which reads four.No Civil Government-Yocnm's Civil Government Bach Itna'
prominent merchant at Willow Point Texas, thus: heavy balance wheel required to of Florida and the United States ($1)), It's __y. to*-yea cat the fewest '
says that be finds Ballard's Snow Linimeut I carry motion over the stops and starts. E. O. Painter Co., DeLand, Fla. New York-Chicago prices.
the best all round liniment he ever used. All licenses shall be payable on or i The momentum of each stitch helps Algebra Milne's High Scowl '$!), American Will call with Beach Samples +
bold by Titusville Pharmacy and Banner any hour you nan Look
y make the next. Book Co.Physical .
Store. before the first day of October of them over to your heart's content i
Drug Geography-Tarr's New ($1)),
Less noise than any other machine. cot the least obligation to
each year, and no license shall be issued RUNS 75 PER "CENT_ LIGHTER The McMillan Co.Atlanta. bay. It's our war of advertke -
LOTUS for fractional of THAN OLD STYLE MACHINES.The Theory and Practira-For first taaia* lotah Wall Paper
any portion a tificates-Psychological: Principles of Educat-I, .
John F. Geiger, Jr., was a visitor except that any license not fact that_it is the.most rapid_sewing ion, bv Home. Parts III and IV for
:.. Cocoa Tuesday. year machine made is conclusive proof that ber'($1.50)),The McMillan Co. Atlanta, (:;a. W. ELDRED
to ,
otherwise specified in this act be and evi- I
may it is the lightest running, good For seconc and third grade certificates-
Mr. J. F. Geiger and family>pectto issued after the first day of April, to dence it is very quiet.It Tompkin's Philosophy Teaching(75c),Ginn I The Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator
Cocoa this week. is the most rapid sewer-makes two &(" ,Atlanta,Ga
move to expire October first, upon paymentof motions of the treadle to three of other These books may be had of most book deal- TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
; Mr. and Mrs. Lindaberry, of Geor- one-half the amount fixed as the machines in sewing the wine length of ers in the state or from of the publishers by ,
mail,post paid,on receipt
ana, were in Lotus Sunday.Mr. price of such license for a year. seam. It makes 175 stitches while others J R. WALKER

L. F. Geiger and sister are at make 100. Supt. of 1'ifblic Instruction 0. A. STEWART
What does this mean? Does it mean It makes both the two thread lock Brevard County, Fla.
home this week with their parents. that license taxes for licenses imposedfor stitch and the single thread chain stitch.It r
Miss Annie Stewart, of Brantley, I makes the prettiest and most elastic r
the first time by this act can be stitch. FIRE

was calling on Mrs. Green Tuesday.Mrs. collected for that period from April I Tensions: not changed by change ofspt'ed I

Bisbee, Messrs. Bisbee and 1, 1907 to October 1,1907? size of thread, thickness of goods, r Insurance !
length of stitch,-w hat other machine
business visitors to Cocoa nor I
Geiger were
I 1 It seems that such is the interpre- can do as ranch? I
last Saturday.Mrs. tation officially adopted by the lord Does not break thread when machineis

J. N. Chalker and daughter high executioner-comptroller, who run backwards.The I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
"Standard" Rotary has the biggest ,
Alice, and little son, Foster,were visiting has commanded his subordinates, the bobbin of any loik-stitch machine. iloid I represent some of the leading

friends here last week. tax collectors, to collect such license 100 yards of No. 80 cotton. SaJ.Ma.If 1 Ilvewill Ibe as big a noose as you* .: companies of the world and any ,
Mr. Chalker and two sons, Aubrey taxes. If the act means what the The tension is released when takingout Yes. my child II you don't use business entrusted to me will re-
the goods. I j
and Albert, were over Tuesday look- comptroller thinks it does, is it not The shortest needle used in lock stitch I ceive prompt andcareful attention
liable bend Magic on soiled parts. leave them in 1 __. .
after their grove. facto law? Let machines-therefore less to
ing orange invalid as an ex post water one hour. Ho boiliDjr no asbbo-inls e

Rain is very much needed now as the lawyers and judges answer. and Feed skip motions stitches.all positive-no springs no SOAP.backache\V i J iron if ea-.y you use as magic MAGIC:has WHITE no robin EAST COAST MEAT MARKET ,.,

truck growers have commenced pre- --- --- used-hente machine will feed over all like in yellow soap. Get your grocer to order
or send us It,() for 1 box of 100 5c. cakes.
paring their ground for fall crops. Deafness Cannot Be Cured thickne-se of goods and seam without We pay for freigbt. Sue the wrappers.BOBBINS G. F.DUREM,Agent, 1 1t
By local applications they cannot reach the "chew the cloth, no matter what
Quite a number of the Lotus people stitch. 'Ij 1
length II
diseased port ion of the ear. There is only one I
the comet Will twice Ion, other luck Florida anil
have been watching wear as ; as
way to cure deafness, and that is by con.litutional
which is seen in the morning from 3 remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed stitch Best machines.set of attachments in any ma-

o'clock until day. condition of the mucous lining of the chine, self-adjusting, and fastened to the = WesternJd.
tube. When this tube gets inflamedyou I of the foot. & G.RAHAMIncorporated
\ Mrs. Keith and little son,who have eu&tacbian presser bar in place
have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear- Best ball bearing; fitted with adjustable -- )
been visiting Mr. ,Osteen, returnedto ,ing,and when it is entirely closed deafness is tone acres U> take up wear. co., Meats
Delray last Saturday. They were the result and unless the inflammation can be Most easily threaded of any machine Y ,
taken out and this tube restored to its normal made. ( Paid up Capital $$25,000'
-' far as Cocoa by Mr. will be destroyed forever e
accompanied as condition hearing machine of all Rinds
Becau all sewing companiesare ,
out of ten are caused by catarrh
Osteen, Paul and Theodore. nine which cases is nothing but an inflamed condition of testifying to the superiority of the This company owns landsin 1 I.
the mucous surfaces. "Standard" Rotary Shuttle by bringingout ; the Indian River Coon- I {
Remedy for Diarrhoea. never Known' We will give One Hundred Dollars for any and offering for sale rotary shuttle try,on the St. Lncie River, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
to Fall case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that can. machines. These machines they do not at New River, and on Biscayne '
"I want to say a few words for Chamber- not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for attempt to sell, knowing they are defective Bay.
i lain Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. circulars,free.F. owing to our control of basic patents; RANDY MOTH PAPER
in family for CHEXEY & CO.Toledo,0.
I have used this preparation my but they do use them as an argument
the past five years and have recommended and it j fl-Sold by druggists,I5c. against rotary machines in the effort to PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES;.1 A moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed
York best.
r' in county Fills the
number of people Hall Family are
toa vibrators. under carpets or in the folds of fur and clothing -
in sell their old style
it to fail to effect acure I
>. have never Send for land list. I it drives away moths and worry Twelve
-I that I cannot say .
any instance I feel CBSTORIA.gas The Standard Sewing Machineis sheets in a packet carriage prepaid 10 cents. '
much for the best remedy of the in York .the. 118 Kind You Nan Nrays Boktr OFFICES packets 50 cents if druggist doesn't have it. ':
i world." S. Jemison, Spring Grove, sold by the Indian River ISix :
.;. County, Pa. This remedy is for Storeyand Y TITUSVILLE MIAMI. : Madigan Powder Work.Selection 846
tusville Pharmacy, Banner Drug Music Houes, Titusville 1 Clarkeasinelowa ''
all dealers. T

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# THE FLORIDA STAR AUGUST 30. 1907 :. ';. .

;-. _}t' r ..,);. ,,;-. ( 0. -I-Ii Judgeship Hon. Henry Probably S. Chubb Goea, to registrar Sheppard of BEST FOR THEBOWELS ,

' : r i the United States land office at Gaines- Typewriters

: ville, chairman of the Republican :Yi &
i .- +"" In ,Belfast Riot. j
--1 '1.. Serious state central committee and one of
: :., riots marked the dock strike If yon BtTea'M regular,bealthr movement of the
t at Belfast; Ireland Opposing crowds: the most influential Republicans in ow u e..ryd.yy'relUol'wtn lie Keep your
+ jowelt open,and be>well. Force,in the
,{;," ,,.. of, men got to fighting In the streets the state, has returned from Washington violent J>ttj.le or pill poison,is daDjeronn.shape The of I

j-::} and the 'police being powerless, the where a few days ago he called the smoothest bow
! a 't..: troops'were called upon. Soldiers and with, Hon. J. N. Coombs of, Apalachicola Agents for the Celebrated :
4 ,
1 : police together charged the stone national committeeman to con- CATHARTICEAT
: throwing rioters, and hand to hand en-
fer with the "powers that be" in reference -
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counters ensued, many on both sides
" .. being so severely wounded that they to some important matters, the FAY-SHOLES

)-: bad to be removed In ambulances. inference being the United States :
*"Then, after a formal reading of the judgeship for the Northern district of f

riot act.the troops were ordered to fire Florida the position made vacant by 4

,. a volley Into the mob. Two of the the recent death of Judge Swayne.
mob. a man and a woman were Instantly Typewriter -
a CoL. Chubb in an interview with a 'EM LIKE CANDY
) killed, and many others were ,
Times-Union representative, says that FleMant. Palatable, Potent, Taste Good. Do l1OoOnow
wounded. This occurred near the con- : flood H
ver SUln.Weaken or Grip.10,K and
. \ stable barracks, where the people had he is confident of the appointment of W cents on health.per box.Address Write for free sample and booklet 133 '

; in the attack on the police. United States District Attorney W. R.
e gathered Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. t

.. f tw, originated Later the the strike strikes of the in carters other lines which of Sheppard cf Pens: oa. KEEP YOUR aLOUD CLEANTo used in Florida 1

labor at Belfast and the various lock- DeLand to Ship 60,000 Boxes Fruit Buy a Florida Town.A ,
w outs,:was settled by mutual concession
Mr. E. L. Powe, the Atlantic Coast
, from to the
:the men agreeing to resume work at dispatch Pittsburg 'l
Line Ry. agent at DeLand says that
,_ once with a considerable Increase In New York World says:

pay, while the employers have the 70,000 boxes of oranges were shipped .
The latest motto among Pittsburg
f of from DeLand last and from
privilege employing union or non- season a '
r millionaires is: "If you don't like the
'}, union men as they please. careful estimate recently made he puts <
town buy it and more It" Jam sLallghlin.
t. { French Socialists Patriotic. the next crop from the same territory 1
Jr., of the Jones & Laughlm
The conferences of French Socialistsat at 60,000 boxes. And in view of the
;feel Company, has purchased the
Nancy reaffirmed the declaration light crop in the southern belt, these
made last year that It Is the duty of town of Zellwood, Orange county, Flor-
60,000 boxes will bring the DeLand
their membership to defend the coun- ida to add to his winter estate. The

try,if attacked. The radicals led by growers considerably more money town people had become hostile to him.

1k Herre, fought the resolution and held than the last crop did. The last crop Zelrwood cared nothing for progress

that militarism, being the natural effect averaged the growers about $1,25 on
t and refused to sell a lot to a Pittsburg ,
-' of a capitalistic system and based the trees. The prices next season .
a hotel man for a modern' hotel, think -
on antagonism of class Interests should range from 40 to 50 cents per Second-Hand
ing it would bring too many people to Typewriters
should be fought with a military box above that of last season.-De- \
strike in case of war. The majority, Land Record. the neighborhood and destroy its pastoral -i

led Juare while calm. This didn't suit Laughlinso .
by favoring a continuation -
; of the campaign for International he wrote checks for the town. The ALL MAKES ALL PRICES
EKambia to Vote Wet or Dry
socialism and the suppression of multimillionaire selected ZeUwood for ,
war and militarism thought it unreasonable Fifty petitions containing a totalof
his winter residence, considering it a '
' to ask the French Socialists more than 1,000 names were pre- Terms to Suit
place of unusual beauty and exceptional -
.' to refuse to defend their country, sented to the board of county commis-
climate. He has now changed the
especially. after Herr Bebel the German sioners of Escambia county at Pensa- Typewriter Repairing a Specialty
- I Seclaliat leader, had announced cola Wednesday requesting that bodyto name to Sydonie.
that his followers would defend theircountry
call a special wet or dry election as Blame From tbe Grave ft
la case of war. The resolu- .
tion was adopted by a vote of 251 to provided by the laws of Florida. The A prominent manufacturer Wm. A. Fert-
j, well oC LncantaN d,relates a most remark- RTBJ3NT S
4L This places, the party before the commissioners took no action upon '
experience. He says "After taking less
world as a'patriotic peace party. the request at the time, for the rea- than three bottles of Electric Bitters. I feel We

- f@ Meeting of King and Kaiter.. son that tbe law requires that 75 percent like one rising from the grave. My troubleis guarantee our Ribbons to be Non-Filling and
Bnght's disease in the diabetes stage. I
King Edward, of Great' Britain was of the registered voters of the fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me Durable

the guest of Emperor William of Germany county sign the petition for a special permanently for it has already stopped the
. '
t last' week. The road between election and the board could not as- troubled liver and me bladder for years.complications" Guaranteed which at Titus-have 75 cents each, or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach-

the railroad station and the castle was certain that 900 out of the 1,200 per- ville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store.Price
completely lined with troops and delegations only SOc. ine. Any color.
sons attaching their signatures to the
tit from various societies and the
public schools Joined in a popular demonstration petitions are qualified voters. The The Example of Alachua.

toward the visiting mon- petitions were referred to the supervisor With a determination not to be out

. arch. Emperor William who wore of registration with instructions to done by more progressive counties of CARBON PAPEROur

'' the uniform of a British general greet- carefully go through the list and as- the State in the matter of road build- I Carbon Paper is the Best. $1.65 to $4.00 per
ed his royal uncle most cordially.
certain if the correct number had sign
ing, the County Commissioners of Ala

I \ They the cheeks.repeatedly It was kissed understood each other'on that ed the petition and present a certificate chug county started about four years box, 100 sheets to the box.

at special meeting of the board to. build hard thoroughfares.
the conference between the monarchs ago
Can furnish
had to do with the recent AngloRussian last Friday night; as to the numberof This! action on the part of the board any size, any color.

treaty and the determination of registered voters signing the peti- met with such hearty approval by the

British.and German spheres of influence tion. At that time the commissioners public that it was made an issue in the

in the middle east. found that all the requirements of the last campaign, two or three of the commissioners e

4i Moorish Tribesmen Repulsed. law had been complied with and a res- having been elected on that R. C. DAVIS & CO.

Displaying fanatical courage 4.000 olution was passed that a wet and dry issue. .

Moors charged the French position ate election ,be held on Tuesday, October The interest has grown steadily
; Casablanca Aug 13 almost reachingthe
1st. with the result that the county has

the cannon mouths* but of Major Angle's Version. reached a point of genuine activity in Jacksonville Fla. S

were driven road.making. While there! was not a ,
(Bartow Courier.Informant)
back with great mile of hard road in the county a few

loss.The French A. J. Angle, who has been in New years ago; Alachua has made excellent e1

troops were aid- York for several weeks came into progress since the "fever" struck the 4

ed by the fire of Bartow Monday to the relief of a large people, and today the county can boastof //1
the fleet Prior -
circle of friends who getting
'll to this General were as much mileage as any county in +

s \ rude, the somewhat uneasy about him. It will the State in proportion to the time

!. French commander be remembered that he became involved this work has been goin: on. zJr

I. had repulsed in trouble in the great eastern metropolis ti

: rr several because he resented an insult For Over Sixty Years /
f //jl jlii
rt' Sultan of. Morocco! minor attacks offered him by an insolent negro elevator :Mrs. WiJslaws' Soothing :Syrup has ,/

and had wired boy there.In been used for over sixtv vears by millions

for re-euforcements The governor of speaking of the affair, Mr. Angle: of mothers for their children while teething -
Casablanca has been arrested and 1mI ; with pt"rfecSt1Ct'CS8.. It soothes the
i, nsonod on a French warship for abet- says he was insured by the negro on child, softens the gums allays ail pun,

ting the massacre of Europeans. Th. three or. four occasions:;, and on one cures wind colic, and is the best remedy

,. sultan has asked the French to defer occasion the negro became insolentto for diarrhoea It will relieve the poor
littIeKuffereriuim( \1iaeIv. MId hv drugiribtsineverj -
'', I further measures, promising to punishthe Mrs Angle and Mrs. Mitchell. He part of the: "world Twentv;

? guiltj says the actions of the negro became five cent a bottle Bo MHP and ask for

It was reported that Kaid Sir Henry unbearable and in the heat of passion Irs. ttin"Iow'< )(lt.hinJ/ Syrup," and f
MacLcau. who was> taken prisoner byRaiuh \1k" no. o'h'*r kill'l. GuiiantWil under
he paled! his knife and slashed the
the bandit, July 1, had been the food and drugs: act, June 30th, 1'KXJ
negro in the face. For a time it was
serial nunber1l.S..
released but this was later defied and i
thought the scoundrel would die but
It was said that Uai uh was now protecting
f i
him from the wrath of the natives he is all right now, and has sued1!". CA.a 'I' OR.X.A.: .. \ 1 i

whose auger against all Christians Angle for damages but no. fear is felt I Bpsthe have swats' 8oo
had been stirred by the news oft that he can make out a case agains! I a:#h"-A--
the Casablanca bombardment Mr. Angle. !

c Deceased Wife's Sister Bill Passed. The story of the encounter has been

The British house of commons has published before and we deem it unnecessary .

Si: S, passed the deceased wife's sister bill to again produce it hence 1-(1HAM( BERLAR4\
and sent it to the house of lords, which
will simply say we are all glad he has
ha repeatedly rejected similar measures U
- come out of the trouble as easily ash > : ;
< -X--
For more than half a century a I ANbO4For
i movement has been on foot in England did though the experience has beena j-/ V/

to repeal the law prohibiting a man costly one from a financial standpoint t= V /-'.-(? ?);(

from marrying the sister of his dead 'C = '

,l wife Once, in 1S9G a bill for this Mrs. Angle and Mrs Mitchell who D };, f;'n 0 1:1: { .

purpose passed the lords, but did not accompanied him to New York are c 'Ll1ilk'f

come up in the lower house. again at home to their friends.IIADANAWFlLTniE. ..\ ';--n, ,,"

. "' .1. :1 ... sale by the

Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer,
1 Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf ---- A few doses of this remedy will invariably -
But Chamberlain's! Colic, Cholera and care an ordinary attack of
your blood is impure, thin, diseased, Diarrhoea Remedy Cured INDIAN RIVERMUSIC
Him .
hot or full of humors, if you hate blood
poison, cancer, carbuncles eating sores It is with pleasure that I give you' this nnsolicited can always be defended npon,
scrofula, eczema, itching risings and testimonialbout a yearago when even in the more severe attacks of
I had a severe case of measles I ina colic and cholera morbns
got caught cramp
bone HOUSE
bumps, scabby, pimply skin, pains!!, hard ram and the measles settled in my It u equally successful for summer
catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or J
stomach and bowels. I had an awful time diarrhoea and cholera infantum
skin disease, take Botanic Blood BalmB. and had it not been for the use of Chamber- in
( B. B.) Soon all sores heal, aches lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I children and is the means of saving TITUSVILLE FLA.
the lives of children each i
could not have many year. ,
and pains stop and the blood is made possibly lived but a few hours
longer but, thanks to this When reduced with water and
_ pure and rich. Druggists or by express remedy I am now
strong and welL I have written the above sweetened it Is pleasant to take
$1 per large bottle. Sample free by writing -
r Blood Balm Co. Atlanta Ga. B B. through simple gratitude and I shall alwavs Every man of a family should keep
speak a good word for this remedy. Sam. H. this remedy in his home, Buy it now. 4
B. is especially advised for chronic, deep-
th. Owin. Concord. Ga. For sale by Titusville PRICE 25c. LARGE SIZE, Sue.
4 seated cases, as it cures after all eke fails. Pharmacy,Banner Drug Store and all dealers. ---- w.a.


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The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been it

in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of

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periodicals In 1905.. To mike this I corporated in dew York with a cap. sonal supervision since Its infancy.

I'INDUSTRIAL 'I paper required the services of nearly Ital of $30,000,000. While the concern Allow no one to deceive you in this. I t

'V : 18 financed by two strong financial Institutions All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good"are but
5,000 men, who received approximately -
w of New York the Experiments that trifle with and the health of
Telegraph Strike Widespread.; ,$9.OOO pO In wages; 1.300,000 cords city, presi- endanger
dent will be a successful western busi- Infants and Children
Experience against Experiment.
"._ ,, Notwithstanding that Commissioner of spruce; poplar and hemlock logs
ness man and a $500,000 plant will be
:' of LaW Neill, President Gompers of Were used, representing the timber

:: tF .the Federation of Labor and Secretary product of about 100,000 acres, exclusive rected In St Louis. What is CASTORIA ,
Easley: orthe-Clvlc federation had arranged of the raw material Imported Heavy Tumble In Stocks. I
to hold a conference with from Canada. Last week's stock market opened under -
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric t

conditions of such
President Small of the CommercialTelegraphers' Yew Ship Breaks Record. depression as
.: union at Chicago the caused many stocks to make new low Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
The latest addition to the North
Strike of" commercial telegraphers German records Standard Oil for example, contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
Lloyd fleet, the Kronprin sIn -
which started at Los Angeles with the Cecille, reached New York on her showing a maximum loss of forty substance. Its.age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms ,

I discharge of one maiden voyage, beating by five 'minutes points and reaching the new low figure and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrho3a and Wind I.
_' of 425. Other leading stocks. which Colic. It -
man and was the time made by her sister ship relieves Teething Troubles, cures,Constipationand
t taken up by the Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse on her suffered severely were the Union Pacific Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the

l both Western Gust trip across the Atlantic. The exact which lost 5% points; Delawareand Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. .
Hudson 6 points Northern Pacific -
.Postal; time consumed in traveling from ; The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. !-
5 points; Pennsylvania 3 points;
Cherbourg, France, to Sandy Hook
New York Central, 3% points Illinois
i at Chicago and was 5 days, 22 hours and 45; minutes. ;
d '
e k Central. 7% points. In some of the GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
many other ;
May Tie Up the Eria
inactive Industrials there
g western cities, were even
's' extended toeast- On Aug. 12 about forty machinists, greater breaks, and for many of them Bears the Signature of
helpers and apprentices In the Erie the: brokers were unable to obtain quotations _
r ern cities last ,
week. railroad shops at Port Jervls, :\., Y.. of any kind. The total Stand-
In the operators went out on strike. These include ard Oil shrinkage was $65,000,000 In 7''r
both night and day employees and one week. l
east left their
union and nonunion men. This shopIs $22,500,000( Pope Failure. .
keys at a pre- I
said to be the only one that did The # .
Pope Manufacturing Companyof ,
concerted signal, .
i but without orders not obey the general strike order issued New Jersey, the $.'".',00,000 automobile

from the In May last by President O'Connell and bicycle combination which The Kind You Have -

s. J. SmalL union leaders. of the :Machinists association, succeeded the so called bicycle trust Always Bought .
At New and the work done here has kept the in 1903
York nearly 5,000 operators was placed In the hands of receivers -
{ I. quit and more than 15,000 were idle engines going on both divisions of the on application of Its own officers In 'Use For. Over 30, Years.
road. The strike Is for the abolitionof
throughout the country. At-the same owing to the tightness of the
The ca.TaUII COMMIT TT MVIIftAV std *tw TOW Omfc
the and In favor
time the employees of the Associated piecework system money market and the Inability to 1 ra
r f the adoption of the minimum rate
Creca from'one end of the country to meet loans. Vice President Albert ,L.
of of 30 cents hour.
the other struck upon the refusal of wages per rope, son of the president and founderof

General Manager Stone to immediately To Reclaim the Everglade the business, which was started AS

accede to their demand for increased After many years of discussion with- a bicycle factory at Hartford. ConiL, .

wages.., Various local causes of friction out any real action the state of Flor- was appointed receiver. The petition .

f combined with the general demands ida has at last commenced the workof places the total assets at $23,678450 QUEEN OF SEA ROUTES. '

previously made; by the Teleg- draining the great submerged tract A strike in the automobile plant six

raphers' union for an eight hour day, known as the Everglades. This is to months ago was the beginning of the ,
a 10 per cent Increase In wages and the be done by cutting a series of canals present trouble. .f:

famishing. of typewriters by the companies leading Into rivers on both the gulf Standard Oil| Still Profits. :" '

afforded the motive of the and Atlantic, slopes. The section to A dividend of $l> a share for the last
strike when it came.President be drained comprises about 3.000,000 quarter was declared by the Standard Merchants & Miners Steamship Lines .,

dowry of the Western Un- acres, upon which there Is'very little Oil company, which is practically the
ion on the other hand. Insisted that timber or brush; consequently the '
same rate as prevailed when the BETWEEN "
thgre ,was no adequate cause for the work of;reclamation will be comparatively shares of Standard stock were sellingat
strike and that it was precipitated by easy, and it is expected to have top notch in 1901. :
hotheads, Inasmuch as the Western Union several thousand acres ready for cultivation SAVANNAH BALTIITIORE'I
was standing by its agreement and settlement by Decemberof Stock Market Recovering.The ,

with Commissioner NeiL lie also this year. Owing to the latitude prices of all the leading rail-

claimed that the older and more reliable and the great richness of the soil, this road and Industrial stocks continued Direct Connections for R
,. employees had not Joined the land will be of great value when thoroughly downward until near the close of the

.. strike and that with the new men onhand drained. It is estimated that exchanges Aug. 13, when there was a
ready to be employed they would 600,000 acres of this land could produce strong and substantial recovery, Washington New{ York and Boston.

be able to handle their regular busI- the 2,250,000 tons of sugar now coupled with a marked reversal of ,

ness. The strike leaders claimed that annually Imported by the United sentiment in Wail street. This changeIn r

most of the new operators said to beat States- It will also be admirably the financial tide coincided 'wIth ru- Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations e
a: work In the telegraph offices were adapted to the cultivation of rice. mors that President Roosevelt was to

" inexperienced girls for boys drafted announce the end of the government and cuisine unsurpassed.
from the telegraph and commercial prosecutions In his speech at Province-
schools and used mainly for the purpose town Mass. Another report was to i
of keeping 'up appearances. The the effect that the Harriman railroad

I E Increased use of the telephone service Machinery Combine. system would be reorganized and the H. AVERY, Com'I Agent, Jacksonville

: everywhere testined to the existence of the latest several roads placed in separate hands.
announcements of
J. C. WHITNEY, 24 P. P. & '.L, W.P. TUBHER: P. T.K.,
the strike.
telegraph industrial combines is that -of the i

_ The most .alarming feature of this American Laundry Machinery Manufacturing I L MISCELLANEOUSDisastrous I GENERAL OFFICES, B1LTIXORE, HO.
; "' great Industrial conflict was the probability company. Its authorized cap-

t of a sympathetic movement on ital is $1,500,000, of which J2.5UOOOO I"

the part of the Railroad Telegraphers'union preferred stock. One of the interesting Boulder Explosion.Fire i'

In the event of any of their features of the uew combination started in the Colorado and
f members being ordered to transmit Is that no bonds hate been issued, the Southern station at Boulder Colo.. Asore Trod
, commercial business as a consequence financing being done exclusively in Aug. 10 by two strikers caused the explosion : a

'4 of the strike. It appears that the telegraph stocks. of half a ton of dynamite, de- '
companies have contracts with Traffic League Organized. stroying the station, killing several per- dangerous malady \ L

1 the railroads requiring the latter to News come from Chicago of the organization sons and injuring 100. butyou dorrt need Ho '
transmit any commercial messages offered in that city of the National Congress of Esperantists.The \

3 and Western Union officials Industrial Traffic league, which is ex- third annual gathering of those lie sock around

*11 made it plain they would insist upon pected to b'e an important effect upon persons Identified with the promotion a "..

the spirit and letter of these contracts. the relations of the railroads to the of the universal language known as neck to it.
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} Realizing the seriousness of a sympathetic shippers The new association is, as Esperanto was held at Cambridge. your cure ., 1

strike by the railroad telegra- Its name implies, of national scope andover i England, last week. Dr. Ludwig Za-

phers, the managers of the railroads fifty Influential commercial organ- menliof, the originator of the language. 1

'" were disposed to Ignore the contracts liations throughout the country are presided The programme include! ] BALLARD'S % Ilif ,

with the telegraph companies or by represented in its makeup. The officers H-eche", singing aud a dramatic performance '

other expedients to avert the actual are: J. C. Lincoln of St. Louis, all couched in the E"peran- SNOW / ,5

clash with their own telegraphers. In president; W. B. Everest of Plttsburg, list phraseology. Dr. Zamenhof in an

' any event It was declared by the strike vice president, and E. B. Boyd of Chi- address said every' one understood the k, LINIMENT! rd '
leaden that the railroad men were prepared cago, secretary The purpose of the evils springing from divergent languages ; ,
to lend financial and moral aid league Is said to -co-operation with which perpetuated internatioual -

k. to the strikers, and it was asserted the railroads and the interstate com- ignorance. Esperanto, he said. is vies ct<-! 'trzt thrust in short order. r
' further that President Gompers bad merce commission The league does not aspiring to'supplant any other language &1faf".1'j S1)'W inr"it n '-tAC trtrtt'J.MVTlSAl.CLTSSPRAINS*-<., -K+rrr'." _

s pledged the support of the American not expect to attack the railroads, but, but Is based on the idea of furnIshing inn rre.J .r.-.ttJu. gi nn'; .} a es.ues u.", \. .._. .

Federation of Labor. Requests made rather, to co-operate with them and to a key whereby the users of all
by the boards of trade of several west- make suggestions to the Interstate commerce tongues may attain a common fellow- CUR r'r-' BRUISESOUNOS ,
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Roosevelt to
V era cities upon Present commission when occasion demands chip English Esperanto or Russian
use his personal influence toward a set- Esperanto or any other language subjected i3URNS: AND: ALL PAINS. ,f {

tlement were referred by him to the City Bond Sale a Failure. to the same process, he contends -

Commissioner of labor without comment The bonds of New York city, whichIn would lose little if any of the GAVE INSTANT RELIEF. +

' former years have been consideredgilt meaning or "tang" of the original.Tutt'sPills. H nry Scone, i rovo, U ch. Tvri'cr: "I have used Ballard'a i

Newspapers Consume Vast Forests.A edged Investments, met with avery Snow T.inirrvnfc: for :Jfenrrlgia, Tooth- he and Sore Throat, \.

bulletin recently Issued by the poor reception on the 12th Inst.. which upon application gave me instant relief. I can recom- t
the mend it a;> been? the best Liniment I have ever used in curing I
at Washington when $15,000,000 ofI per cent securities r
\i bureau "
a census poiii caused irum Jfeural:;ia, ;,;'c. ?
' printing and publishing industry were offered for sale, the sixty
:; shows that this line of activity prey three bids received aggregating only PRICE 25C, roc AND $1.00 J 1t.

sents a striking exception to the prevailing $2,713.485. These bids were mostlyat ; .
tendency toward consolidation. par. Under the law the bonds re-
- The number of establishments In 1905 maining unsold may be offered at prIvate Ballard Snow Liniment Co. 4

f war 26,422 a number larger than wart sale, and the officials expect to After eating persons of bffloas,habit :.
will derive treat benefit by taking one 500-502 North Second Street
The 1
tadnstry. amount In this
ported for any other dispose of a large way. of these ptlia. If you have been "
from 1900 to 1905 Later these bonds were marked down ST. LOUIS
increase reported DRINKING TOO MUCH MISSOURI. I ;
proportionately greater than from to par and sold. ,
was \
them promptly relieve the nausea,
1890 to 1900. A utable ,feature was "',000.000 Biecutt C.n+paay. r

the increase in the.DGlDber of pounda The report ia current that an organ- SICK HEADACHE= Sold
and Recommended
than 900,000 tons and nervoHsacsi which follows restore byStozo
of paper used, more itttion to be known as the General 4
UM and gloomy (cellars.
of the entire output appetite remove
or-almost one-third Biscuit company, being a consolidation Elegantly sugar coated
'_ of the paper mills of the United of about 100 Independent biscuit bak- Titusville Pharxna.oy and t.\\
; and Take No Substitute.
;z: States.' being.used for newspapers log companies, baa recently. been. la' Banner Drug ,

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.:"'Y.f..p;,;' ed the grapes and had a''good time 'jAMESPBITCHAED.President. WINSTONS.BBAJTCIXGMm .VJee-Preaidmhad aa1 u.

generally.Mr. .
: .Lee Baldwin writes from Phoenix For. Thin River State Bank
wrI : 3 that he has been quite sick and ,

'" confined to his bed for a week. Better -

!W, e. HippwiDgs Tint Help to Mile comeback, to Indian river. On PoorBloodYou COUNTY DEPOSITORY S

d 1t'W. j Dp the Weekly newspaper the whole it is a pretty good place to Authorized Capital,$100,000; Paid-np Capital,'J25.000; Average Deposits,f 200,000

1 live.School
., ,COCOA begins next Monday, Miss can trust a medicine 5

$'i.} 18,lrft have fine school this and
.. a year peopie experience, think of that! }

:t'r.1 5 jtown: on Sunday. are glad to have it begin early as Experience with Ayer's Sar- LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK OX THE RIVER
''. \ There will,be several beach parties the weather is fine and there are very ,'
. '. tailr: "Sunday. They,all go to Oceanus..Mrs. few mosquitoes.Mr. saparilla; the original Sarsaparilla Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated.'

_J',... .... ; the Sarsaparilla the Prompt se1'M". polite treatment amt every favor consistent
"''i'. -<'' ..: C. 0. Blythe, of Orlando, is C. D. Provost returned from with conservative banking granted
doctors endorse for thin blood
; ; .:. ;ffi- .$,.< ,' visiting her sister, :Mrs. E. C. John- his vacation trip last Sunday. On CORRESPONDENTS:
weak nerves general debility.
,., '" :"'1; w:' .son. I Monday night his horse, Daisy Bell, Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway1, New York City;The Atlantic National Bank
,,, Mr. J. :M. Sanders is building a was taken sick and for a while was it.Bet vrsi even w..r this* it grand the liver old medicine ia inactive cannot and Ubowei do> of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida

s*: &t :', '4-j '.' house on the rear of his residence quite dangerously sick.. Daisy Bells *.',..*rna cun sb tipaWU...nld take. Fur laxative the best dues possible ct Arer'sPint reo TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ,

41 : j lot., a general favorite and we''hope "bile taking the Sanaparill t
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i L The East Coast Lumber & SupplyCo. Mr. Provost will not lose her. Made bi L a.er co. Lower.ffias$.
A1.o manufacturer of E. L. BRADY & BRO. 1
= ., at .this place, is doing a good The rain last Tuesday was very a.11100R.. ,

i s : ..business. welcome and we hope for more Soon. lJe Ps cage .' t

; Miss.Sadie Snell, of Eau Gallie, is Grapes are about gone but frequent I W. Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.We .
.. t I r T.have 110 .eoretat publish
the guest of :Mrs. Chas. Hibbs, of showers would prolong the guava \ the t"rmuW or aa oar lDec1.aeiues handle produce of all kinds. We are.sgents for Mapes'Fertil en. We deal exclusively y
i : Rockledge. crop and orders keep coming in, in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write tu for prices on
n ; Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E.L.BEADY&OTrrcsYILLK..JXi ,
'f '" while the takes all the
jelly factory
: Mrs.-A. H. Trafford and Miss: Ora
: A mistake was made last week in -' !
: fully ripe fruit. That jelly factoryis
: '. Garran spent'several days at Georgi- reference to the dredge being at
; r <,. a fine thing for our fruit farmers, S. J. l TJE7C'IT
.J j .-;'lf : ,' ana this week. work on the Eau Gallie river. It is ,
: the call at the house for the
as men
'4 '',; .. Mr. Frank Allen arrived in town fruit. in the river undergoing repairs, put- Staple and Fancy Groceries Hay, P aloes rilin .

... 'tv;.t"'io'j :;._:.,_- on Sunday. :Mr.. Allen visited Jamestown ting in a new boiler, etc. Hinds,

1\.. '" .,' ,,:, _' '- ,..Va., while away. For an Impaired AppetiteTo Dr. Holmes passed through our VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY

S;: t'.t.; \#c' : :Miss Mamie Hardee is now filling the digestion improve try the a few appetite doses of and Chamberlain'sStomach strengthen city Tuesday. He was on his way to Tlt-u.s\rlll i s or1c1.a.. t

: '_ '. the position of book keeper at the i and Liver Tablets. Mr.J. H. SeitiJ, Sebastian to look after his patients.
of Detroit,Mich., They restored
: my
says appetite
;: 'r, : store of Ronald & Fiske. when impaled, relieved me of a bloat- le.is onef the most popular doctorson r=r=r=r=r=r=r=r=r=r=r=r=r=r=r=r==rrJrrrrrTITUSVILLE 1r=J
i 1 ed feeling and caused a pleasant and satisfactory -
'1. Mr.J.FiskedrovehiS20h.p.Cad1 the east coast and his services are
:: c movement of the bowels Price 25 cents.Samples
', ? tjr a z iliac to the ball grounds through the free at Titusville Pharmacy and constantly in demand.On .
Banner Store and all dealers.
.ri", .1 heavy sand on Thursday. Drug Tuesday evening a few young
: Mr.and Mrs.C.C. Houston Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers
people -
't >: : Mrs. J. Paxton and Miss Mary EAU. GALLIE gave
'. : Paxton of Rockledge, left .on Monday Miss a surprise party. A most enjoy-
i it : f Sadie Snell is spending a few Marine:: : B.aivvayLaunches
for trip to New York. able evening was spent. Refresh-
' :5 : .- ter a days in Cocoa.

:\ '" Mrs. J. C. Gibert and the younger Mr. Will Booth, of Miami, spent and ments Miss were Minnie served Mathers.by Mrs. Houston carefully stored for the summer* months

> .1i- ,:::t. Children accompanied her mother, Sunday in town. r=r=r=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=J=====r=J=_J rrrrr r=:r
'Goretothewestsideforavisit.'Mr.: Little Claudia King while at playat 1
: l ;, Mrs. P. A. McMillan is visiting in !
Mrs. John Simmons struck by.a .
S : i.'lcjJ: J. O. Williams has opened ajewelry'store the country this week. large pointed stick thrown by a Jas. Pritchard & Son f t:

, "tr ... < and watch repair department -
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'b J "J' } .' .' in Dr.Cooper's drugstore. The comet can still be seen very colored child very close to the eye. Titusville, Fla. !
t .
_: F'f ;0.' early in the morning. She is suffering very much and we Agents for the
_! Mr.'T. G. Ronald's dwelling in the
\ _:f-t,1' Miss Mamie Plaus, who has been hope for a speedy recovery.A .
: :: i" .south end of town is almost finished. quite ill, is much better. very large congregation assem- Original T & M Reversible ::1 t :

', It is a very pretty residence located
; : ra' 't on the river drive. C- Mr. C. T.Young and son Harry returned bled at the M. E.church last Sunday MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES ;

from Miami Saturday.Miss night for the regular service. Special -
M. A. Lemmert arrived this week i Thoroughly covered by patents !
Annie Booth left for music was rendered by the choir,
and The Engine that Runs Without
and opened jewelry
. which assisted W. H.Sanders
' '** s relatives Meredith to visit Mrs. Morgan.Mrs. was by ,
Mrs. Lemmert visiting -
store. of West Palm Beach who has most i
a These motors'are safe and reliable and
x .: and will reach here later. Sherman Singleton, of West
Palm Beach, arrived in town Mon- excellent base voice. can_ _be operated by alcohol or kerosene ,
i: ., : Mr. Key has been circulating list Mr. and Mrs. A. N.blathers will with as good results as by using gasoline

Y for the purpose of marling the drive day.Mr. week from Ti-
move back here next ------- --
sL the ball grounds and A. 0. Frink made a businesstrip
; from town to tusville, where they have been for TITUSVILLE LIVERY STABLE
subscribed within hour. to Tampa last week returning
.. a $150 was the past three months looking after
Monday.Mr. Feed and Sale Stables
p' 5 Mr. R. B. Holmes received a wireless the Brevard county poor farm. Mr.
f'.5 inessage from Mrs. Holmes on Hoffman is again at work in i I and Mrs. Robert Dunnam will take

i -: Friday which was sent while the i the E. C. L. company's shops, aftera charge when Mr.Mathers gives it up. SADDLE HORSES

>x E' ., steamship was off Norfolk, Va., en i week's vacation. Capt. Casper gave a most delightful BUGGIES .
The Ladies'Aid society of the M.E. 9 9z
: t route to New York. moonlight party to Oceanus last SURREYS
church met at the home of Mrs. C. G.
Contractor Booth's men went out Saturday night. The night was per-
Redstone last Thursday. fect. Supper was served on the boat =
on a strike on Monday. Several men t
,, .k- came on the evening train to take Capt. John Houston spent the day and when all reached the beach they z of all kind a

*- [?*: ?, & their places. Mr. Booth has several Monday at Sebastian with his daughter were feeling fine and had an enjoyable Hauling, Etc.

contracts under way, so had to get Mrs. E.-C.Braddock.Rev. time, returning home at a late I
J. M. OSBAN TitusYille Florida
help. J. S. Geiger returned from hour. ,

Jensen Tuesday, where he filled his Little Katherine Gleason gave a
The magazines in the Cocoa library D.H.SPELL E.C.IIABDIN,Pharmacist Dr. J. C. SPELLBANNER
q : ;/ are given out in the same manner as regular appointment last Sunday.The birthday party on Monday, which

books, three mazazines in place of baseball game between Eau was enjoyed by all the little folks

rs= one book. Anyone is welcome to use Gallie and Cocoa, played at Cocoa present. The peanut hunt ended in DRUG STORE

i r : the magazines while in the reading last Thursday, stood 5 to 4 in favor of Carrie Rossiter getting first prize

T room but are requested not to take Cocoa. and Russell Houston the booby. De-

them away without permission. There will be a baseball game licious refreshments were served and Titusville, Florida
; at 5 o'clock all dispersed to their
rf The baseball between Eau Thursday between Eau Gallie and

i : game interesting Jensen teams on the Eau Gallie dia homes. PURE DRUGS and CHEMICALS
I : Gallie and Cocoa was an

j : one. The tenth inning was played mond. Letter to Major F. M. Taylor FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES ,

t* to break the tie. The business houses Mr. and Mrs. George Sullivan returned Titusville, Fa.!
'E C could attend the home Monday, after a pleas- SATAIONERYEtc.Soda .
closed so everyone Dear Sir: Here's a tae! with a taint to

game. :Mr. Geo. Paddison brought ant visit to friends at Miami and other it.Union Florida for paint.is the hardest state in the Water and Ice CreamOur

.; a party in his motor boat, while the points south. Gilmore Davis Co.,Tallaha\ ee, Florida I! r-

ball team came up in The Inn launch. Prof. and Mrs. Macy arrived in think they know what paint can do'
in their climate; tliev've been painting prescription department is in charge of an
settled and
: The dance at night was a success. town Wednesday to get
r for 3-;years D voe ten years; and the perienced man,and our drugs and chemicals are all new
Children In Pain begin housekeeping before school be- say Devoe wears ten )'eal'5-their voids and fresh and conform in purity and strength to the new
gins on Sept. 9. are: "Duildings we painted. Dev>e 10 edition of the U. S. Pharmacopea
Never cry as do children who are suffering years ago are in good conditiou of paint I
i from hunger. Such is the cause of all habits Miss Louise Dodge left Wednesdayfor today." .

i ei d _. they who cry really and are are suffering treated from for hanger.sickness assimilated when Thi, her home in Jacksonville, after a one They year also there lead-and-oil;-IVvoe 10 years wears! only Wi l rl rVVfI"Ugrr UVfIrr flr.fIr l r lrirvr."t iliri 1r"r
is caused from their food not being I.,
visit with her Mrs. .
but devoured by worms. A few doses of pleasant aunt Ten years is a 101.5 lifetime for paint in
White's Vermifuge will cause them to W. H. H. Gleason. Florida; longer than 20 in Maine.[ We
cease crying and begin to thrive at once.Give don't dare say that either i is true as a general
and I Misses Nina and Lena Arnold and The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware
it a trial. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy fact in those state*;but there are such

t Banner. Drug Store. Miss Gracie Comstock were in town instances.If .
should rail the of Devoe in ,
we cost
; : GEORQIANA Saturday, coming up from Malabarin Florida half of the usual cost of paint, it
Capt. Ed Arnold's launch. would t>t! too much; we snot'ose it's about MACHINE SHOPS
from Indianola spent Sun- one-third; there is so much trash there -
I A party Mrs. Morgan and daughter Cora ,
the costliest paint is the won.t. ai>d the
.. day at the Cannatta house: left Sunday for their home in Meredith worst id the costliest everywhere.

Mr. E. V. Hall and family spent after a pleasant visit with her tours truly. Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'
. 37 F. W. DEVOE CO.
Saturday forenoon at Cocoa. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Booth. I P. S. Jas. Pritchard & Son sell our paint

i Several of our people visited. the There will be services at the l\L E.
Rollins College, Winter Park,Fla. HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
I Dentos at Rockledge this week. church next Sunday evening. Rev. ,

Carl Wittfeld returned from Oak J. B. Hawk will preach, and Mr. If you anticipate attending college
-. Sanders will assist in the music. this fall do not fail to investigate
Hill last Thursday He brought with W.H. Rollins. Delightful location, thor- Agricultural Implements

him quite a number of pigs, intending Rev. J. S. Geiger will conduct services ough equipment 'fine gymnasium, a

i f' to turn them out on Beach ridge. at the Baptist church next Sun- refined surroundings, good boarding SANFORD FLORIDA
facilities and all field and water ,
e's; Mrs.Trafford and Miss .Ora Gan- day morning and evening at the usual
, \ sports. For full particulars room
,j. nan came over from Cocoa Saturday hours. All are cordially invited to reservations address Wm. F.
. 1 .; : :,. and staid until Tuesday. They pick- attend. man, Ph. D. President, : J.I"IM""W."W>>M"'WMY.WNNm.wmns.L
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