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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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.XXVIII TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1907 NO. 20


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DOINGS OF THE I LADIES.... LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP ;

If you want a pair of shoes for

fPRESBNT: SEEK dress New, walking York or or house Bostonpatronizehome. do not sendto AND INCIDENTS Bargains la Every Department AND PERSONALS .

MONDAY,SEPT. 9, 1901. .
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;Tangent. Rotes Pertaining to Events We carry at all times a most com- Personal Paragraphs About People that We will place the following goodson Something Abont the People of Titus- ,
sale
Monday next at specially
plete stock of the famous Queen reduced -
:
o k Transpiring About Town Quality and Irving Drew shoes, in Travel Here and There prices in order to make room vine as They Come and Go
.* both low and cuts in tan for our fall and winter goods, now
high pat-
,
A cool drink at. a cool place at Mr. Geo. Kuhl and bride, of Shiloh arriving: A cool drink at a cool place at l
ent leather, gun metal, white canvas,
t IANDY'S.. I vici, etc., prices from $1.50 to $4.00 arrived yesterday on a visit to New and up-to-date patterns of MANDY'S. I,

The Novelty Store is the place to per pair, all shapes and all sizes. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Nolle. Bates' searsuckers and toile du nord, The celebrated Plant Juice Remedies -

buy your school supplies cheap. We carry the largest line of shoes At the meeting of theW. 0. W. These suitable for childen's worth school 15 cents dresses. are for sale by C. Collins. lli ,
shown on the East Coast of Florida goods are per
I. M. DODSON. for men, boys, women, misses,child- Monday night Dr. J. C. Spell andF. yard, special on Monday 121-2 cents. Ask :Mr. Wilson about that premium s f
The largest and best line of boys' ren and infants. I H. Black were initiated into the Beautiful figured lawns and ba proposition.J. R. Walker&Co. ,

. : and girls' school shoes will be found One order makes a lasting customer order. ial tistes Monday, worth 12 20 1-2 cents cents.per yard, spec- Did you say school shoes? Well,go '
WINSTON S. BRANNING
Branning's.. Boys,you should see the fine assort- figured and plain white mercerized to Branning's, he has the largest line, t.' I

w Mr. W.. T. Mathers. left Tuesday Titusville, Florida. ment of knickerbocker.pants that madras some are worth 50 cents and all standard makes, prices right. i

for -White- Springs- Fla., where- -Mrs.Mathers .I have just arrived at Winston S.Branning's. 35 cents per yard,Monday at 25 cents. Mrs. C. D. Provost, of Georgiana, .
BLACK FIEND IS American Prince in gingham patterns -
is spending a month or so. guaranteed fast colors, worth accompanied by her mother, Mrs.
r. P. J. Hall returned Sunday from a STILL AT LARGEAfter The DeLand News states that 121-2 cents, Monday only, 8 cents. Breese, spent part Wednesday in

visit to Orange Springs, Marion count "Judge Gaulden has bought a tur- Amoskeag check ginghams, Mon- town.
ty, where he was;called by the illnessof a Week's Hard Chase He pentine still Jacksonville,and his day's special 9 cents. Georgiana items received this week ..
The manufacturer's price of Ions-
his father. Cannot be Caught Up With son LeSeuer is running it." dale domestic is now 15 cents per too late for insertion today, on account '.. a .

i The Misses Nellie Schofield, Gertrude BLUNDER AT NEW SMYRNA Go to the Novelty Store for your yard, Monday we will sell for 12 1-2 of our force taking Thursday ;

.r: Stewart and Sophie Smith took school supplies, including tablets, cents. half holiday. {,
Lonsdale cambric 36 inches
wide
the fall examination for teachers at composition books pencils,ink, book
I Station Agent There Allows the Monday's special 121.2 cents. Mrs. Jule Knox and children, of ,
this place this week. Negro to Get Out of Car bags, book straps,etc. I. M.Dodson.Mr. Madison's bed spreads worth$1.50, New' Smyrna, arrived last week on a = f

f Mrs. Dora Deisner left Wednesday L. A. Brady arrived from special Monday, for $1.00. visit to her father, Mr. W. S. Nor- .
for Cincinnati accompanied by her Will McFadden, alias Dan Anderson I Asheville Monday afternoon. Mrs. worth Elmora crocheted bed spreads, wood, and family. ;
$2.50, Monday, $1.49.
little grandson, Fred DeCourcey,and the negro brute, who com- i Brady is spending a week or so with Marsellaise bed spreads with fringe Mrs. F. :M. Taylor and son, :Master .

,expects to be away for three weeks. mitted the criminal assault on :her niece, Mrs. F. M. Wooten, at worth $3.00, Monday's special $1.99. Wilson, left Tuesday to spend a weekor t i I

The little motor boat owned by the wife of Section Foreman D. M. I Camden, S. C., before returning Turkey red table damask,60 inches ten days with Capt. Quartermanand
Walters, at Pineda, last Thursday home. wide, worth 90 cents per yard, Mon-
Dr. G. W. Holmes, of Sharpes, was day's special.. 69 cents. family at Chester Shoals house of
afternoon has thus far eluded the
"' fitted with 21-2 h. Knox motor The Eau Gallie
4 a p. boys came up yes- The same in blue. refuge.
the first of the week at the workshop sheriff and several posses of men terday and, much to the disappointment Extra good quality of black China Mrs. Julia Coleman, of LaGrange, t
who have been hunting him night silk 29 inches wide worth 90 cents
,
of ,
of the Titusville Boat Co. everyone, the ball game had left Wednesday afternoon for Columbia
i. and since he committed the 59 cents. -
day per yard, Monday's special
Word has been received that little crime. to be called off on account of the 36-inch guaranteed taffeta silk, S. C. Mrs. Coleman will visit

Carl Nelson has been very ill since He first started the railroad rain. They returned home on the worth $1.75 per yard Monday's spec- with relatives in Carolina till sometime j;
'" Capt. Nelson and family left here in up 3:35 o'clock train. ial $1.29. in December.
track after committing the deed,
,
July. First it was stomach trouble Leon Wilson, of Titusville Boat Just received a lot of new French
i Miss Mabel Zetrouer
where he met Mr.Walters: on his way Valenciennes lace and insertion to of Rochelle, II
'(*. and later.he had two operations pert home. Mr. Walters, of course, not Co., received a new 4 1-2 h. p. Oriole match, prices ranging from 8 to 15 is visiting with Miss Carrie Froscher,
: formed his neck. two-cycle motor last week which he
,
on knowing of the outrage committedat cents per yard. at LaGrange. Misses Zetrouer and
it A. N. Mathers, superintendent of his home, permitted the negro to is putting into the motor boat Ger- Ladies' fancy collars, some worth Froscher expect to leave Monday to
50 and 75 cents Monday'sspeciaf .
a piece,
trude. This boat has just recently
r' the County Home, turned over the pass him. Immediately afterwardhe : I at 25 cents. spend a day or so with Mrs. J. F.
t farm Tuesday to his successor, R. J. took after him with a hand car, been rebuilt and greatly improved by Ladies' elbow length white and Mitchell, at Cocoa.Archdeacon .

Dunnam, of City Point, Mr. Mathers but soon found that the negro had adding a canopy top. black silk gloves in all sizes worth B. F. Brown, who is tEt

having given up the position to give :taken to the woods. Items from the New Smyrna Breeze $2.50, Monday's special $1.49. in town this week, has personally
" his attention to his -Mr. Bert Johnson, of Titusville, Mail orders promptly filled on any
orange grove. The whole section of country was of the above goods. sured us that he will hold divine services -
1I' A. B. Yelvington moved Tuesdayinto aroused and the next morning the visited the Misses Sisler, at the Mag- JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. in St. Gabriels church on Sun-

the large Walker building in negro found that his passing north- nolia House this week.-Mrs. C. A. 'Phone No.8.Testing day next, both morning and evening.In .

North Titusville, formerly known as ward up the old Capron trail back of Krulder and daughters entertaineda [ making this announcement for ,

the River View, and P. J. Hall commenced Cocoa had been sosuccessfully block merry crowd Tuesday evening witha the Tax Levy LawA 'last week THE STAR was misinformed -

, moving the Burns cottage to ed by Sheriff Brown and the citizensof game of whbt.-Madam Rumor test case of the law relating to as to the date.A .

.. his newly purchased lot the same day. that part of the county,he turned says there may be another wedding the tax levy for school purposes is be- party of 17 went to the ocean

' i Mrs. J. D. Crabb and two interest- and went south, to Moccasin Is-! before many "moons." ing made by the county school boardof beach at Chester Shoals house of ref- "

ing sons, Lee Roy and J. D., Jr., left land, about 18 miles south of Lake!' Mrs. E. B. Wager and Master Reginald Santa Rosa county, and although! uge Sunday in the sailing sloop Why

't Pablo Beach last week, after spend- Poinsett, being tracked from there to arrived home Monday from the first action resulted in a decision Not, Capt. J. Simonson. Owing to

.'., ing a delightful summer at Hotel Bovine, west of Eau Gallie, around Asheville, where they spent several adverse to the school board, the lat- light head winds both ways they did r.
". Pablo. Mrs. Crabb and J.D.arrived Eau Gallie and on to Melbourne. At weeks very pleasantly with the Misses ter has decided to take the case; to the not reach home until Monday morning -

,y: home last Friday, Lee Roy remaining Shaves' turpentine camp, just southof Mann, of Bulow, Fla., who are man- Florida supreme court for a final decision a tired lot, but all had a good y "

.! in Jacksonville, having accepted a position Melbourne, on Saturday night he aging the Hotel Bon Air this season I outing trip. :Mr. Hanford made the
;;. there with the Industrial Rec- hid himself in a car which was being and making a splendid success of their' The case was recently brought in trip in his motor boat, but did not r

ord Publishing Co. loaded with naval stores bound for venture. Anyone going to Ashevillewill the circuit court on an action to com- get back until Monday on account of

Jacksonville. find the Bon Air a pleasant placeto pel the county commissioners of Santa an accident to his motor.
We are headquarters for soda wa- After the freight had pulled out stop at. Mrs. Wager's health has Rosa to make a 7-mill levy for school

> ters-Vanilla, strawberry, lemon, Sheriff Brown traced the negro to been considerably improved by her purposes in that county,the commis- FURNITURE DRY GOODS SHOES

raspberry, chocolate, peach, pineap- the place where the car was loadedas stay in the mountains of North Caro- sioners having refused to place a levy Post Card Albums 23c to $4.00

ple, ginger, sherbet, orange, cocoa above mentioned. He at once surmised lina. of this sum on taxable property.The Fruit Jars, Jelly Tumblers u
F cola, cherry, sarsaparilla, grape, banana that the had escaped in --- case was heard before Judge Hickory Shirting, blue and brown ,
blackberry,palmo pepsin, root negro Notice Wolfe and he decided that the commissioners Ice Cream Spoons and Dishes
the car and a telegram was sent to Gas Lamp Chimneys and Mantles +
beer, orangeade, lithia, red rock, The cemetery committee of the V. and not the school board
the conductor at New Smyrna to Globe-Wernicke Elastic Book Cases :l
limeade, lemonade, phosphates.; get sufficient help, search the 'car I. A. wish to inform the lot owners of I had the authority to fix the tax levy, Chas. A. Gardner Phone t 1
,_ BANNER DRUG STORE. and if man was found to take him the Titusville. cemetery, and. the gen- irrespective of what amount is demanded t
The pastor, Rev. W. F. Allen, will dead or alive. These instructionswere eral public-- that" the new fence is- now by the school board for school I Fort Dallas Bank Affairs

i_>. preach at Titusville Methodist church disregarded, otherwise the negro up and the cemetery is in good order, purposes.It Messrs. J, A. McDonald and E. B.

,., next Sunday, Sept.8th, both morning would have been captured there. having been cleared and the trees is now proposed to carry the case j I Douglas, representing those depositors -

, and night: In the morning at 11:00, This freight arrived at New Smyrna -I pruned. This has been paid for within to the supreme court for a final de-! of the Fort Dallas National ,
'
at night at 7:30. Mrs. C. J. Denham Sunday morning about 11 o'clock, $10 and we would beg those lot owners cision. Bank of Miami .who have released

will play, also render some vocal se- and strange to Section Foreman who have not contributed to 'I that institution of its obligations to
say
lections. Preaching also at Mims at Walters and his family were in the please hand in their donations to Rollins College, Winter Park, Fla. i them and transferred their accountsto

3:30 p. m. Everyone is invited. caboose of this same freight train, either one of the committee.Mrs. If you anticipate attending college the Biscayne Bank and Trust Co. l
.J. A.Collins has presented the
this fall do not fail to investigate
i settlement left
Buy Your Clothes Now being transferred to Mims, their new V. I. A. with a force pump for the Rollins. Delightful location, thor- for Sunday morningfor

An accidental insurance policy for location, which they had expected to cemetery, and Miss Lena Mendel is I ough equipment, fine gymnasium, Washington to confer with the
$1,000 free with every suit ordered reach Friday. raising the money to have it put refined surroundings good boarding comptroller of the currency relativeto t
Oct. No Better Tail- When the train had reached New down. facilities and all field and water removing the present receivershipof
prior to 1,1907. Cemetery Com., V. I. A; Mrs. Ad- sports. For full particulars room the Fort Dallas Bank and the
oring in the World.J. Smyrna another conductor proposedto hemar Brady, chairman; Mrs. Jas. reservations address Wm. F. Blackman transfer of its affairs to the new
R. WALKER & Co.
the station agent to open the car Pritchard, Mrs. E. B. Wager. I Ph. D. President, Orlando, Fla. bank and trust compny.Kline's +'
i FOR CASH. and secure the negro. I ---
; FOR SALE CHEAP
The conductor refused to break The Alpine Hotel I Launch Frances Specials in Clothing and
About 88 acres of good high; land on : Gents' Furnishing DepartmentIf
side of the Indian riverat seals of the and the Titusville Fla., F. A. Lesley, man- "
the cart or ocean the car, agent I To hire or charter, for large or willne.er
the Narrows,described as follows: LotNo. ager. On the European planfurnished small 28 feet 8 feet beam you want any clothing you
then did so, jumping into the car parties, have better than
opportunity
3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section rooms and quick lunch. Centrally -I! cabin and toilet. T. HALL. a
36, in township south, range 39 east. himself, where he was at once con- located. I Indianola Fla. next week. We will cut the prices .
This land is unimproved but finely 10o fronted by the desperate man who almost in half and I want to tell you
For further particulars addressE. the assortment is mighty good. We r
cated. revolver pointing it Boxes I and Trees
M. Lcw, presented a Orange Orange Grapefruit can fit you and suit you. '
Brockton,Mass. straight at the reckless agent, who We are prepared to furnish strict-i j Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high JULIUS KLINE, Titusville.
beat a hasty retreat while the negro ly first class orange boxes at very : hickory hammock. Free from white 'Phone No. 8.
Draying jumped from the car and fled to the I low prices. Write us before placing I II i'fly. One year to two year old buds. i .
Draving or hauling of all kinds promptly your order. We have an elegant line Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully Gun Repair Works and Sail Loft
attended to. Meets all trains. Stove west.When of wraps, also cement coated nails. i packed and delivered at Oak Hill All work guaranteed. Guns stocked +
wood for sale at all tie Sheriff Brown arrived there I 1 1 and shot rebored.
H. E. HOLTOS, EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. station. J. W. GRIFFIS guns
Titusville, Fla. Continued on page 5. Eau Gallie, Fla. I 1 i Shiloh, Fla. I H. BENECKE, Titusville, Fla.
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!":$ : have been clearing up the streets In ].

If."f. which the dead and wounded had been
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left for days. The city bas been re-
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> :.a" the number of persons slain dur Harriman and Alton to Escape.

Earn:. ing the and bombardment
-4 ,:,* massacre After a series of conferences between
.', being estimated at l.OuO. The property Attorney Geaeral Bonaparte, District -_

-- i loss was something over 1,000,000.) ( At convey Sims of Chicago and General
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\ ., 4. y y .i vy, The French have already begun the rebuilding Counsel Mather for the Rock Island. ;t

of the minaret of a mosque which controls theIton, at Washington '1

which was destroyed by shells. The It was generally understood, although ,
sultan's army Is said to have won a not yet officially announced 1

I victory over the native rebels In the that the government must keep the .

9k .f Lines ftoniWe1doM:9l:1EF. territory where Kaid MacLean has promise of Immunity sanctioned by J

been held captive. former Attorney General Moody In fa- t

vor of the Alton officials and E. II. -$

:. ...4:5't:f.r... ;;;:,.f.-._ ...__ ... .:Y'w. .MU.. { .... C..... r.'. .,*. 1 op ,.. .- I COMMERCIALBeef I Harriman individually although this ;
promise was in the nature of an oral
the public as a whole.'! officiated at the opening ot tne con-
and had not the basis '
The president went further and defined gress. The opening address was made Trust Buys a Rival. understanding J1.:
J I .POLITICAL Herr Bebel A Interest In the Sew of signed documents. It appears that )
his own personal attitude as follows by of Germany. He laid controlling ,
"'" r. "Let me say that as far as I stress on the Socialist gains during the York Butchers' Dressed Meat company, this promise was not known personally Landte- 'j

Candidate Taft's Plunge. am concerned and for the eighteen' past year In France and on the fact which was organized to fight the beef to Mr. Bonaparte or to Judge 1'

After spending several busy days at months of my presidency that remain, that for the first time Socialists bad trust, has been acquired by the great until after the summoning of the special f

,, ;Washington working at high pressure there will be no change in the policywe been elected to the British parliament[ Chicago packing combination and will grand jury to investigate the policy t

to finish up necessary business preparatory have pursued, no let up In the effortto In his own country, while the numberof be merged into the trust Oct. 1. The of the Alton road. As soon as this

( to his starting out upon a : secure the honest observance of the seats in the reichstag had been re- basis of the transfer Is five shares of Jury was called former District Attor-

;' 30,000 mile Journey around the world, law, for I regard this contest as one duced he pointed out that the Socialist stock of the trust for each share held ney Morrison Of Chicago notified :Mr.
.1 made in his
of the
t : to Include visits with three emperorsand to determine who shall rule this free vote had increased a quarter of a mil- by the stockholders of the New York Bonaparte promise .

his presence at the opening of the country the people through their governmental lion since 1900. He said the numberof concern. presence.

tt Philippine parliament, Secretary of War agents or a few ruthless enrolled members of Socialist syndicates Munsey on Sunday Papers. Must Treat Soldiers Better. i\\

+ Taft returned to his home state, Ohio and domineering men whose wealth in Germany last year was Frank A. Munsey, the publisher In a General Greely, commander of the I

and at Columbus Aug. 19, before the makes them peculiarly formidable, because 1800000. He referred to the "scan- Tarts interview discusses the competition northern division of the United States

'' Buckeye Republican club, made his they bide behind: the breastworks dalous prosecution" of Haywood in between the magazines and Sun army, recommends that the pay of sol

i formal entry of corporate organization." The presi- America and expressed satisfaction at day newspapers In the United States diers be increased from 20 to 50 percent

-x .. Into the presldential dent tried to make it plain that he was his acquittal Herr Singer presided.An and predicts that the price of the latter that the term of enlistment be

lists not objecting to "honest profits or legitimate open air mass meeting was attended will be raised to 10 cents in the near made five years and that the minimum

? with a speech promoters and generous dividends by 10,000 Socialists.The future. lIe says that the Sunday newspaper penalty for desertion should not be

}. 'd J which outlinessnbstan for capital employed In foundingor more Important subjects discussed will be made so good that it will less than the uncxpired term of enlistment -

.2% continuing honest business ven during the week were Immigration sell at 10 cents Instead of 5 cents. Up In his opinion, small pay and

J tially the platform tures." On the contrary his aim was the relation of the party to trades to the present he says the magazineshave lack of variety in rations are the chief

1' on which to help every honest man and every unions and the proposal to introduce not suffered a setback In circulation I causes of desertions from the army. J
,
he is willing to honest corporation, but for those who simultaneously In all parliaments a and proves the statement by sayIng He contrasts the dally pay of 73% cents

run for the office offended against the law he wanted motion for establishing by law maxi that the combined circulation of to that of $2.70 for the unskilled labor I
:;
_;' of president additional legislation to provide for mum working hours. magazines is still on the increase, having er. General Carter, commanding the
of the United of the lakes that
Aft criminal action and for punishment by Catholic Troubles In Italy. gone from 250.000 regular magazine department reports
L States. imprisonment as well as by fine In consequence of the assault upon buyers in the United States and Can- the cause of desertion Is overwork,

': Secretary Taft. The speech In this connection he pointed out the Cardinal Merry del Val papal secretary ada a dozen years ago to 2,000,000 regular made necessary by the'small numberof
was virtually a difficulty of successful criminal actions. buyers in those countries today. men In the army. 1"-
of
: _. reaffirmation of all the important poll- state, by an anticlerical mob at
z..' des of President Roosevelt, and because the law Is construed In favorof Marino, the pope has sent a note to all Platt Replies to Critics. Steamship Baggage Reform.
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the defendant and because juriesare The transatlantic liners henceforth
;3 those dealing with the railroads representatives" of foreign powers at Senator I'latt as president pf the
; trusts and the prosecution of the crimInal generally disposed to excuse ofllclals Rome and to the Italian foreign minister United States Express company in a are to be supplied with new forms for ''t
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: c. f2 rich. He said he was In favor of corporations for practices com- protesting against the lawlessness circular to stockholders shows that the baggage declarations, so that return-

1. y.' : of tariff revision, but not until after mon In the business comunity while of the anticlericals and demand- earnings and income for the first half ing travelers from Europe may fill

,g .: the next election, and would willingly punishing the corporation for proved tllegalities. ug protection for the church dignita of the present year have fallen off them out during the voyage and thus
', i He said the Idea prevailedthat ries. compared with the first half of the preceding lessen the delay attending this formal
c-- ,; : have the national convention promise It is the first time since 1870 that
h ..' a reduction of duties. He endeavored unless a man can be proved guiltyof such a communication'bas been sent to year. The net Income from all ity at the home port. This will obviate

\ to show by repeated reference to the some particular crime he shall be the Italian government from the Vati sources for 1907 he estimates at 7 percent the necessity of passengers being: put
:i = counted a good citizen, no matter how This statement is regarded as an under oath while crowded in the steam-
: opinions of William J. Bryan that the ran By implication It accuses Italy oconniving f
t- 'Roosevelt administration had not infamous his life or how pernicious his with the anticlericals, especially answer to the demands of minority er's saloon just before debarkation.The .

.5 adopted In their entirety the Bryan doctrines may have been. This view, In not prohibiting meetings of stockholders for a division of surplus words, "I do solemnly swear," are-

,'. policies. He favored the railroad rate he said, was announced now by a :Socialists.i The pope and the cardinals and their charge that the Platt family omitted from the form of entry.

-- law but advocated amendments preventing group of predatory capitalists and now under Italian laws have the samights and their associates have juggled the Railroad Death List
by a group of anarchistic agitators ebooks to bide the profits from ownersof
overcapitalization the purchase r ; as sovereigns and princes of foreign According to the accident bulletin
whenever a special champion of their stock. The minority faction alleges
.: % of stock of competing lines and the governments. recently issued by the Interstate com
class is acquitted of some specific that rival companies have been
r xRa election of the same directors by competing Peace Conference represented merce commission 421 passengers and
roads. Government ownership crime. As to what he had said about Topics. on the board and that business employees were killed In train acci-
desirable and undesirable citizens The question: of the limitation of has been diverted
s of railroads he opposes because It (referring to competitors. A dents on the railroads of the United
would to the Harriman letter and the armaments having been disposed of formal demand has been made for reform States during the three months
3 cost $12,000,000,000: to acquire ending
to Haywood. Moyer and with the mildest kind of resolution, in the of the
comparison management com
them March 31. The
.
6, because they could not be managed number Injured dur-
..tom4 .. effectively or economically and Debs) he declared emphatically: "The suggesting that the different governments pany. ing the same period was 4.920. This

ix'. I, because a chief executive could use same remains true as when the words consider the matter The Hagneconference Old Grocery Firm Fails. shows a slight decrease In numberas

-'L them to control business and politics. were spoken. I stand pat. In orderto entered upon a new stagewith The well known New York grocery compared with the record of the
: carry out his present line of action, British, American, German and I
To remedy existing corporate evils he firm of E. C. Hazard & Co., which for preceding three months.
the president again urged a national French delegations combining against -1
would send wealthy offenders to Jail. nearly half a century has been one of .
r- i, As to the Roosevelt proposals for the incorporation law and for the benefitof : Russia, Belgium! and others that wereanxious the leading wholesale houses of the Saved Her Son's Life

-o --1* graduated Income and Inheritance wageworkers a national employers' to terminate the conference country, was forced into involuntary The happiest mother in the little town I

.. taxes. :Mr. Taft said it was within the liability law. lIe assailed the plutocratic America, England and Germany bankruptcy by the petition of three of Ava, Mo., is Mrs.S. Rupee. She writes: ,

power of the federal to type of society and reiterated his agreed on a scheme for the establish claimants for a comparatively small "One year ago my eon was down with
government
t PJi : Impose them whenever public finances belief in the wisdom and justice of the ment of an international prize court amount, but which was said to be part such serious lung trouble that our physician -
,: Referring which Is also acceptable to France and was unable to help him when
k ,' require it, but that as matters now income and inheritance taxes. of liabilities aggregating! $269.000. ; by
to the corporations which are com- certain of adoption. A new feature of the debts our druggist's advice, I began giving him
stand he would not favor such lesrtela- Against however, stand Dr.
: t tion. The charge that Itoosevelfs mon carriers, he reminded the publiagain c this scheme Is that the prize cou rtt00ooo assets" and It was explainedby King's improvement.New Discovery I and this I soonnoticed
kept treat
could be will be a part of the permanent orb
that they completelycontrolled
Aar policies are socialistic Taft characterizes the management that this particular ment up for a few weeks when he was -
:. ', as absurd saying that the administration by the government through trational court, and therefore does not embarrassment was due directly to the well. He has worked steadily since perfectly

_), .. would stop the growth of socialism the exercise of the Interstate com presuppose the existence of war stringency in the money market ann at carpenter work. Dr. King's New Died
by demonstrating the merce and pos,road clauses of the con This further strengthened the case i the curtailing of credit covery saved his life." Guaranteed best

ment's ability to stamp out evils govern which stitution. behalf of a permanent court by show cough and cold cure by Titusville Phar-

,: had caused social unrest. The rpeech Taft's Plea For Negroes. Ing that It would have important workto Sick HeadacheThis macy and Banner Drug Store. 50c. and

_" ; ended with of do. disease i? caused by a derangement $1.00. Trial bottle free. .
a eulogy the pm-I.l 'nt. In a speech at Lexinsrton. Ky., Secretary

-V 'President Defies Plotters. Taft touched frankly upon the Hurrying Troops to Morocco. Chamterlain'e of the Stomach.Stomach Take and Liver a dose Tab of C1L 3TORIAe

At Provincetown. Mass.. Aug. :20. in i negro question, saying! that disfranchisement General Drude, commanding 3.000 lets to correct this disorder and the sick gem. tQ Have Always BK$!
the of was fair only If It included French troops camped about a mile headache ct1'
presence a great throng of pcti} will disappear. For pale by Titnsviile Sgu.ture '-tI-- -
i;. ,, .; pIe. President Roosevelt officiated i inlaying Illiterate whites as well as illiterate east of Casablanca, Morocco, has l een Pharmacy andL'annerUrugCtore; of .

= (, the cornerstone of the Pilgrims* negroes hard pressed by a succession of fiery -- \

monument and took occasion to let' assaults of the Moroccan tribesmen by

e the country know that the recent financial : niht and by day. In response to his

v.n hurry had not caused him to abandon I FOREIGN I urgent demands the: I'rcnho'rn-

his policy toward criminal corpora ment has ordered 1.000 sharpshootersto MarineEngines

\nr tion. Varying, from the test of thesixech The Nobleman's Douma. lie rushed to the relief of Casablanca -

., ;, as pr3vi->u-.v 2ven: oat t.> th. and it was expected that more
S K' :i"' t >rinc for the elections to the
.x q5- press the gist of which had leaks o'ii t : I would be necessary In order to control
third Kussiau" douina. which is to meet
in Stall! start the president hatle defiance the rising tide of anti-Christian fanaticism
.' Nov. J t. has been in progress, but thu1sPs e
S to the nn''ri of great wealth, : along the coast of Morocco. It
: of the people little or no
whom he openly charged with plotting! pay was reported subsequently: that lo.Ofo/
5- 'itt.-atirtii to the function. In Odessather
; to depress the market :n tV hole of fanatical Moors under the new sultan ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT J5 3i
were only forty-nine registries
discrediting his ndiiiinit-trution. IiI e were marching against the city protected ED FOR SATISFACTORY
: ;. rt of a total of :'1..Ooo. and in other .Qp .
.; said he had received countless requests, by the French. A section of USE '
;,1a. es the projiortioii was similar. The IN FLORIDA WATERS _
public and the revels bad
private that he should say proclaimed Mulai Hn-
:)o'ojll i hn.Irt'ady dcsisnated tli e
something to ease the situation. He fig, the sultan's brother as! the rulerof
n,-:t d" .inn as the lonls or noblemen
I pointed out that financial disturbance IKirH-.romt.! the country. Regal Marine Engines
r 3 was worldwide, and he believed: most The Europeans were rushing to the

':-c of It was due to matters nut confined International Socialist Congress. protection of foreign legations In the land for the highest type of > ?, +

a" :' to this country and wholly unconnected ]::;:iit hundred and eijrhty-six dele-l coast towns to avoid the threatened methanicad skill and {

S with any government action. "But," rat -s. representing twenty-five of th v general outbreak and massacre. The spark They i ignition are four,automobile cycle, jump '
.
* he said, It may well be that the determination ;leadiiic nations of the world eonstint i- pasha of Casablanca, who was held mechanical cadres float type teed

r of the government in t + il the international miiCTvss of Socialists responsible for the first outbreak remains tarbnntnr.eurlccwlcraul-ttsc '+ '' -

which, gentlemen, it will not waver, to whith met for the first time n prisoner on l board the l'rptwhcrul l.ronzwl-team forged crank shaft ami j
hearings. Have
punish certain malefactors of great on German soil ('r Gloire. the second officer of fewest number of working the

' wealth has been responsible for something at Stuttgart Auc.IS which takes his place as governor of consistent with a irfcct<< operV"in Parts-
S of the at least 'i the city The French authorities Dlfltor and
troubles :: to the Of theseam T I i have (- found other
extent of having caused these men' to : were from I restored a semblance of order and -= yefeatures_ only in the Regal
4 "Ombinf"tobrlnJt about ,hfinanctal (; I .- -. THEY .
as mu< Tma ny, 130 --- ARE BUILT TO -
RUN ,
AND
stress as they possibly can in order to from England.ninety A Dandy for Burns Made DO IT
in
.F discredit the policy of the governmentand from I Dr. Bergin, I'ana, III., writes: "I have I' double cylinder three types 3o II., II.I'. four 3 and cylinder 5 H. P. single cylinderl" fu 15 II.

thereby to secure a reversal of France. eighty nswl Ballard's Snow Liniment: always We

Y. ea i that policy, so that they may enjoy the fro mutrla, 1 I. recommended it to my friend, an I am from 6 11.also I',manufacture ingle cylinder a line of: heavy blow speed. workingengines
fM' fruits of their own evil doing That fifty from Russia t+ :. I I confident there i is! no better made. 'It i i.a iI is tf' 45 n. I', four'ylillder. .
j have misled dandy for burns.' Those who live The many hundreds: of Regal engines
they many good people and smaller i.I on the now in operation; throughout
country are a -
farm are especially liable to acci guarantee of the
Into believing that there should be such delejrjtious fromSwitzerland. many satisfaction they areg \"ing.

reversal of policy Is possible.!! If so, I Bohemia. 1 dental cut, burns, bruises, which heal) Get a Regal in the
rapidly when Ballard's Snow Liniment isapplied. Beginning Don't
r am sorry, but It will not alter my atti Hungary. It slionld always !>e kept in the Handle Experiment

tude." He said It was Idle to ask him Italy Bulcaria.Uoumania house! for cases of emprcency." :2-x:.. bOG explanatory catalogue mailed free on n-lutst.

> not to prosecute criminals rich or Swe 4 4denHolland and 100. S)M bv Titnsville! Pharmacyand Regal Gasoline

poor, but that be wished It understood the Banner Drug tore. Engine Co.

, that they had undertaken and would United States, j' Cold Water, Michigan

r t undertake **no action of a vindictive Argentina, South CAl3rORI.A.

t! type and. above alp no action whichshall Africa Australia Herr BebeL Bean tie A ice KM YC3 to Alaays .1Io1gtIBigutTire

inflict great or unmerited MifTerlaz and Japan. Secretary Van der Void: 4'-JI.--

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SEPTEMBER 6, 1901 THE FLORIDA STAR 3

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': 1t'3 PIS: OF NEWS The new cabin launch Florida, built Tallahassee seems determined *, The board of state institutions has

r. by the Oshkosh Boat Works for Jefferson control her own water works system. authorized the board of control to expend

Jackson cf Chicago has been The vote of the real estate owntra for the State university and female Kit'sNeuralgia ,

:! trIH FAIR FLORIDA itunched and is being tried out preparatory last Tuesday gave a plurality In favorof college at Tallahassee $20,000 **

to being taken to that city for bonding the city of 24 against 8. of! the available fund previous to Octo-

f;"; flat Is'Being Done Towards the De- the summer. In the fall it will betaken the whole vote cast being 42. The ber. 1907, and $16,500 between October aV

to Miami, Fla, by Mr. Jackson citizens 1907
i. ? at large express themselvesas 1. and January 1, 1908. The

; .- Ydopment of the Peninsula The trip from Oshkosh to Chicago will being pleased at the outcome of the board was also authorized to contractor I f
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Y g\: An effort is being made to reorganize be made by water by way of Appleton. election, as the general sentiment a dormitory at the femal college and those sharp, shooting,

ii ,* ". the Gainesville band. Green Bay and Sturgeon Bay, and then seems< to be enthusiastically in favorof to cost $43,000, not more than $12,000 i agonizing pains drive you

down Lake Michigan. From Chicagoshe the city being In control of its Water to be available before April, 1905. almost take Dr.Iiles' t
: A petition is now being circulated crazy, .
: ;
will be taken before the canals
supply. Tallahassee
Democrat.
; for "wet" The fishing season opened with 'a :\ Anti-Pain Pills
a election
or "dry" to be and rivers have frozen through the ,
i The A. C. L. improvements of laying rush at Punta Gorda
held in Franklin according to the and relief.
30.
lf county September Mississippi river to Miami. get They drive
: .. new rails and ties from Trilby to Herald. E'efthing was in readiness ''
'::-' ,The Knights of Pythias of Pensaco- S. M. St. out the pain by their
Stephens, the popular orange Petersburg, is about completed.The and the hustle attendant upon

la are planning to erect magnificent buyer of Lakeland was here this week ties were scattered along the last the beginning of work produced gratifying soothing effect upon the
'
Castle Hall to cost not less than $35- Inspecting the crops on Alligator creek. two miles of the work this week, and results. For the week ending nerves. When taken as di- .

000. He says he is not acquainted with the are now being laid. They will extend last Friday morning the shipments rected they are harmless, :

f A portion of the good roads machinery condition of the crop throughout DeSo- to the end of the dock. The rails amounted to seventeen car-loads la and leave no bad after-ef-

ordered by the commissioners of to county, but he has heard an estimate are much heavier than those formerlyin bulk and 113 barrels, aggregating. fects. That's the it

St. Lucie county, has arrived at Fort given of over 430,000: boxes for use, and will admit of heavier engines COO pounds. Shipments hereafter are reason

Pierce. the coming season. From personal heavier trains and faster time. not likely to be so large; the openingis they are so popular with t

observation and from reports he has The winter schedule between here and always signalized by big shipments all who use them. Your 3
This is the time of to and
-'- year say heard, he thinks the coming crop of Jacksonville will be shortened con- Dealers are meeting with a ready demand druggist can tell youvhat '
write a good word about home
your the State will be 25 per cent less than siderable.< With new engines, new and prices are fair. others in ,
city. .It make your locality
difference when
a ,
may that of last :jear. He says that many rails, shorter time full Pullman and A Fort Myers :l.
dispatch dated Wednesday think
next season opens, in the size of the of them. t
growers are holding their fruit for buffet passenger service, the through '
winter population.The says: Presumably a fit of 1 do positively think that Dr.
.. $1.50 a box on the trees.-Punta Gorda traffic from the north will have no con temporary aberration Carol Lee Anti-Pain Pills are the best Mnes''t't
,
age ever '
put upon the market. I find '
cotton growers of the Greenville Herald. plaint against the A. C. L. this jear.- 2-1, proprietor of the pool room at this them so restful and soothing, and I'-,
section In Madison Sf. Petersburg Independent. without any bad after-effects. I have 11 !!.
county throughthe
The Pensacola correspondent of the place, committed suicide yesterday suffered with neuralgia so that my "

various locals of the Farmers' Un- Times-Union says: "Ostermen of The orange buyers are industriously with a revolver, the bullet tearing a and system I cannot would take just opiates ache and: but quiver I can, '_t
<
ion are arranging for the establishment this port are much worried over the circulating: the story that there will bea jagged hole in his skull and plowing take these tablets and they always ." f\
relieve me. Ao one that suffers with 1.
of a cotton warehouse at Green- outlook of the coming oyster season. three-fourths orange crop this season Its way entirely through the brain. neuralgia need fear to take them as !It

vine. Leeches have been discovered to be reaching 4,000,000 boxes. May be there Lee was considered almost a model I It know there they was any will opiate not form in them a habit I could for r

The annual meeting of the postmasters playing havoc with the young oysterson dill, and let us hope they are right. young man, being temperate in his not Ing take when them.I feel baa Just and one In I can the do mom-my

,', of Florida of the fourth class, will the local beds, and the drouth of But people who are not quite so interested habits and gentlemanly to an extreme work MRS.'W.all day. 'I d,

__ be held in Gainesville beginning Tuesday the early summer is said to have caus- in making it appear that there is degree. Only the theory of temporary Dr. Miles'H.Anti-Pain BTJRKETT Pills, Macon are sold Ga.by 'f::

f', September .-It is expected ed a shortage of the crop, which will a half crop are nearer the marke, even Insanity can explain the rash deed the your first druggist package, who will will guarantee benefit. If that it "

that between 150 and 200 pastmasters make a serious loss to the local fisher- allowing for the Increase from new which ended his life, there being no falls, he will return your money. t

w;. will be in attendance. men. The conditions are said to be groves. The opinion of well informed trouble which affected him, in the 25 doses. 25 cents. Never sold In bulk. .' t

'' much better here than at Tampa and growers in Lee County Is that the crop knowledge of his most intimate Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind f
A city primary was held in Miami
other South Florida ports, where the in this county will not be over fifty friends. i
: Thursday In which F. H. Wharton was )
loss Is expected to run well into the per cent. of last year. Oranges and (
,was elected mayor, J. C. Gramling, The clerical force in the office of S. :
thousands.An grapefruit will bring good prices, and TkeMostValuableSttof Yacht arid Boot ,
: municipal F. B. Hardee marshal. A. Rawls & Co. 11
judge, state convict lessees, BuMtng Book ever F. Zished.RUDDER.
; the growers should not be In too greata 1
.; A. H. Adams. clerk and collector, and unusual catch for this season of was busy today in wrapping and mailing J
l the year was made by Ramble Johnson hurry to accept the first prices offered
Ben Hinton, treasurer. to each camp of the sub-lessees of
C. J. Martin and Frank Blantoo unless those prices appear to convicts in the State HOW-TO BOOKSOver
I'- Tire county commissioners of Es- a big package of :
be fair. Fort
Mjers Press.
while fishing in the bay near Conrads
cambia county' have found, on going religious booklets, bought by the con joco boats have been built from the line
dock Thursday afternoon. One of the The State Comptroller has just is- printed in the e books-Successfully sailed m 'j
vict lessees for the These booksare
. over the list, that the petition for a men every clime and upon every sea-Full detail !
; ,wet and dry election in Escambia contains men hooked a big fish which requiredthe sued further instructions to the tax beautifully illustrated, well printed drawing of al part: showing what It is and t' f
efforts of the trio to get it into the collectors in each county of the Statein end filled with moral bow to nuke it-Text extremely simple. a I
good reading
t. 166 names more than necessaryso
boat, where the gamy fish proved to regard to what must be paid for li- HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50 t
t that the election will be held as at matter, interesting and uplifting In U tout vow rehab Lurk.r.'/to fcviM,tnatr*all to actiwrrp t
be a tarpon. The fish was about four censes of 1907 for the year ending Sep- its tendency. In speaking of the ; fond racing boat lot a.kv/to Iran tie""boauww.
first ordered, namely on October 1st
t feet long and weighed nearly seventy tember 1st. This license is due now HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK 'f
tt books State Convict John ._ _
Inspector T. A tn. boat for 't. line or knot-till boot b
A newspaper change of note is the .... .... i "
ihoal
five pounds. The fishermen are just- and unless paid as per order of the Lewis said .that of the rater H.cnof1tI.h. T r &jaloo.pwQ/ "1
rig fuUpauiaJpntaroot competed boat
many camps
sale Alfred St. Clair Abrams to T. J.
by ly proud of their catch, inasmuch as comptroller, it. may cause considerable : had nice little libraries of standarl HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP a ; !.
,.
P. Carnes, of the Tavares Herald, one it is the record tarpon tor this vicinitythis trouble, as many have heretofore log.... XKtwfuI. nan_; ? markniv ever dmjrtwd. a pile_ '
works, mostly of a religious tone, and orIa. m AKenu A ud Autraba; -/ to build;
of the most weeklies in .... .
t widely quoted to ""
summer and it is doubtful if one experienced. The amounts are for that the 4iSimple !
on Sunday men spent a great HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
Florida. Ill health has forced Mr.
l. of these fish has even been caught be, State only, the county license beingalways deal of their time in reading these and prartt.al,thowinc how.contract tlaoaci (!}!
Abrams to abandon the newspaper hall for u.e with an;uotor MY..lotMr plan a
fore so late in the summer.Miami 50 per cent of the State. Some books.-ocala .
field much the of the good; Star. HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT t "I ,
to members -
regret
r Record. parties have already paid their county A fim all arrnnvl. mttnnir. M.t; good cabin; *ic D.itwlrr ..
of the State press. ...it.b) tot 010.._ .at'n. '
licenses.
They will now under the
The candidates' coming out conven- Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by One HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT
The Miami Metropolis of Friday tion for this fall in Ocala, as proposedby new order, have to pay the State for Dose of Chamberlain's Colic Chol- mall Ad-ail plug little ailing boat,with moderate owkaog... :, l

says: "That the fall ot the year linear : Editor Frank Harris of the Banner, one-half rear, or one-half of the era and Diarrhoea RemedyI HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIC OR SHARPIE f

: at hand and tropical disturbances amount assessed against them. F.-y to g.iWeoerrbng.tr.iah,;just the craft for*bo*
is well with the orethren of the '
taking was so weak from an attack of diarr caalwbuillvcrjeacapl/.eitaeralooporcatnc i' .
Dear was evidenced by the extreme state press and the candidates, and With Capt 0. R. Bacom at its heada < hoea that I could scarcely attend to my HOW TO BUILD A MODEL 1.
thigh tide in the bay and river this duLif'O, when I took a dose of Chamberlain's drmptum of bow to YACHT'A.omplete :
promises to be largelyattended and company has been organized in Tampa it skis UM IB lad ag mulct. .
; the out Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy fPRICE j
morning, water being higher one of the most unique as well as famous capitalized at $10,000 for the pur- It cured me entirely and I had been $1. -

i,. of its banks than at any'time since gatherings ever held in the state. pose of fresh water fishing in Lake< taking other medicine nine,dace without EACH

last spring and overflowing low places. It is very probable that several thousand Okeechobee. The company Intends relief. I heartily recommend this PREPAID BY EXPRESS ANYWHERE ]
Bound in cloth-Gold
Irttrrmc Sue of Jt
remedy as being the rK 4 to knowledge pagt
people will attend the gathering.The maintaining a fleet of four fast speed for bowel complaints R my G. Stewart -- o by 12 inches-Large,ciearir-drawn plans. J

There is apparently no ice water In number can be estimated as the bpats. The first of these is ready for of the firm of !Stewart & Bro, Greenville THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. i

the smaller villages along the Char- time grows near and the citizens will service and under the command of Ala. For sale by Titusville Pharmacy a MURRAY STREET NEW YoRe U. S. A

lottee Harbor division, for whenevera have to bestir themselves to care for Capt. Bacon will leave the Hillsbor and Banner Drug Store Snti tottal far Catalogue of Boots fortuklimn't \

passenger train stops at one of those the crowd of visitors and properly en- ough river next month. Each monthan Lillr F7.ERRYS.

places the coaches are invaded by a tertain them. A convention of this additional boat will be sent to the Where Iwill this thing stop! A divorceehas a -
broken into Philadelphia's exclusive 4t
most
gang of boys who rush to the water kind will leave a great man} dollars big lake until the complement of fouris
circle by marrying: a member of one of thetown's
coolers and drink as if they were nearly in the city, and it will be no mean un- complete and is stationed at Okee- oldest and most prominent Quaker

perished from thirst.-Punta. Gorda dertaking to entertain such a vast chobee. The boats will be twentton ).- families. l

Herald. crowd for several davs.-Ocala Star. craft equipped with the best marine r

Work on the $40,000 University library Drainage was the principal subject engines.-Tampa Tribune.A '

will commence next month, and the discussed at the last meeting of the great sensation has been caust l The Story ofa Medicine.Its .

contractor, Mrs Clark has a big joo Board of Trade. W H. Edmondsonand 'n Pensacola and Escaiibia county by name-"Golden MwJJcal Discoverv Seeds rj
was suggested by one of its mot important ,
white brick from
him. The
ahead of '
C. S. Reiman were named as spe the announcement that the county and valuable ingredients- Golden prove their worth at harvest ,I 4

the Bond Sandstone Brick Co., will cial members of the committee on Ru- commissioners of Escambia county Seal rootNearly time.. After over fifty years of t:

probably be used in its construction. ral Relations, to which the matter was have discovered that the recent petition forty years ago, Dr. Pierre die snccess,'hey are pronounced ;;

and it will be a building that will be referred at a previous meeting. Maps of the prohibitionists asking fora
an ornament to any college or town In and profiles showing the plans for con wet and drv election did not contain tain degree of constantly maintained dealer planters sells everywhere.them. 1907 Your Seed *'

the South.-DeLand Record.L. heat and with the aid of apparatus and &
verting large areas of waste land into the requisite number of names an AniuTal free on request. '
appliances designed for that .
Walter Weed, representing a com productive truck farms were submit- that the calling of an election for October from our:most valuable purpose native medicinal extract p. M. FERRY I.CO.. >etr.lt.X'e h. fl 1

pany organized in Washington, D. Coo ted. The plans are simple and com 1st was therefore illegal. The roots their curative properties
50 YEARS
for the purpose of cultivating camphor prehensive. After listening to the commissioners have been summonedto much bettor than by the UM of alcohol, EXPERIENCE i

trees on a large scale in this State explanations the hoar unanimously meet in special session to determine so generally" employed tso the now orld- tl)
famed (Iold<'n Medical Discovery": forth
with the ultimate view of producinggum approved the plans. The committee. the legalityof the call for the >.cure of weak< stomach, indigestion or Jto

camphor in marketable quantities now composed of Geo H. Clark, chair election and to see if another call dy popMa. torpid liver or biliousness and
kindred derange nts first made
was
has secured 640 acres, of land near man, Geo. Gardner, \\-. 11. Edmondson, could be is!'neti, if more names should it ever sinie has b pn, without a particleof as

Lake Garfield in DeSoto county thirtyacres Geo. F. Smith and C. S Rieman will added to the petition. Both ides of alcohol in its mak -
A glance VaJMhf/uVl list of its
of which is being set out in camphor therefore proceed with the work.Daytona .- the controvert are worked up to 1 printed on\er\* bottle-wrapper ingredients TRADE MARKS

trees.Supen'isor. Gazette-News ... high pitch, and are awaiting the action will show that it is niao e from the most DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS &c.

of the commissioners with ronsid" valuable medicinal roomfound, growing Anyone tending sketch and l -. J '
Williams has received fTipllon may
The t S. Revenue cutter Forward In our American forest. All these' In- quickly aeeertarn our opinion free whether nifiTontion ;
from headquarters that after erable anxfef}. grpdient: have p'p'v t p t rn-'e. P H pr<.Itubly patent able. C'onimunirati -
notice arrived in port a few weeks ao under I a fer....tw.nV rom 1 If' t" n e Pe .>ns"tnct7C\ni)<1""t1..L Handbook I'mtecta t
1st the Atlantic Coast Line will .,, I sent fre. tAdert agency fur securing patents. r
Sept. instructions from the Department at Two minutes after he hada purchased V i r rrh Patents taken tbroanh Mann fit Co. receive

reduce the present scale of prices for \Vasnmgton It transpired In order of Fonl automobile from W. E. Hixon ; ,nl lIN W IPi fo FP icn"cn far ere w IrhIttTe rpe- a notice, wtthoutctiiii-ge, lathe \

crosstles. Cypress ties are to be reduced U Marshal J. F. Ho.ir at Jacksonville Franklin and Washington streets. I 01'''' Scientific Jlm ritan.

from 45 cents to 38 cents, and to Deput Marshal Fred W. John shortly afternoon Wednesdaywhile oo of these eidoiiitTE4: A naiKloomely Rln!tra *l week:,.. rarret rtrfiliation -
been: compiled'] by Dr. P. V Pierre, of of any orientinr Journal. 1'emu. 11w a 1
pine ties from 35 cents to 25 cents. son of this city that he proceed with crossing the Seaboard tracks two II Buffalo1 and will I.* mailed free to ,. four months f L Sold I>J.II tie."dp ler.-

This will throw great many men out the cutter to Chuckalu kie ,and place squares away, A. N. Ast drove his machine any letter one addressed asking same to the bv Ikictor portal as card ab,vr or. r MUNN & CO.3616road*''' New York \

of employment as it will be impossibleto under arrest a man naaed Hammond in front of a Seaboard switch ,, From threw ondorwnpnt.:, copied from Branch- Ot'e 3S F Kt.VVm hlninon.l>.U f

get the ties out at these figures.- who four years ago; had defrauded thrgovernment engine The locomotive struck the standard medical books of all the different '
-hools of practic**. it will 116 found KILL COUCH i
THE
Kissimmee Vallev-Gazette. of pension nionev.. but Ast machme from the ear with grea that the mire(lient! compoMnthe; <'iiod-]

Mr. George Marsh has completed a whom they: had thus far been unsupccs force smashing the auto into a thousand -I en only Medical for the cure iiseovcrv"of the alov are advised mentioned not : AND CURE THE LUNGS_ .

handsome six room cottage on south ful in locating. Arriving at tb' pieces Ast was thrown to the !: disea'se's. but alto for thp cure of all catarrhal -1 I

Boulevard, and has it furnished, ready scene Mr Johnson took a launch of ground sustaining a number of bruls I accompained. bronchial with and catarrhal throat discharges affections,, WITH Dr.> King'sNew ';

for rent.Ir.. Marsh is in the tomato the Forward manned by fourteen men f s about the hip All that remained :, hoarseness, sore throat lin "rin?. or

growing Industry down on the East under command of a lieutenant! iml of his machine was the gasoline motor hinc-on-couzhs: and all those wa tin? :
I affl''tioDst1 eh, if not promptly and Discovery
Coast, and last winter cleaned up went up the creek near where Hammond Picking himself up from the wreckof properly treated arc liable to terminatem

about $3,000, and what he has had been living the past fortyyears his new found luxury, Ast declare con umption. Take Ir Pierce's Discovery ;- Price .
in time and persevere in its use k
done there in the trucking business, is only to find from the settlers his intention of filing suit against the until you give it a fair trial and it is not FOR CONSUMPTION SOc & $1.00

the good fortune coming to a numberof (Hammonds famny' and others) that Seaboard He is about 40 years of likely to disappoint Too much must not Free Trial.
be expected of It. It will not perform
other Volusia people who went down the object of their search had left for : age, and is employed at the Tampa miracles. It will! not cure consumptionin Guaranteed for all THROAT and

there and are growing the winter vego- parts unknown.-Key Vest Advertis. Foundry and Machine company. H It mil cure the affections that lead up to BACK.
table crops.-DeLand Record. ere paid spot cash for the Ford. I consumption, f/ taken in time.
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: : '' FLORIDA STAR Cooking Morals WOMEN ;
THE EXPERIENCE OF MANY
M "Ninety per cent of the crimes in

.' Entered at the postoffice at Tituev lle as the United States are due to bad

lecond-class mail matter. cooking." So says Dr. C. H. Irion, .

I health officer of the state of Missis- I Demonstrate Beyond All Cavil That Pe=ruana Is a I
Ellis 8.Water, editor and PublUher.
sippi. That is a broad and strong
Useful Household Remedy.Read .
Safe and
' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY HORNING statement,nevertheless Dr.Irion says

he has facts to back it. He traces

,} The president is showing remarkable not only crime, but laziness and What the Women J \
drunkenness to feeding. Feeda
self-repression in keeping his poor Say.

tw hands off the telegraphers'strike for man (or woman, for that matter,) iiuhIRS.ROXA
r and he she will almost
properly (or )
so long a time. Both sides in the con- ;
invariably be of even temper and
troversy say they have not asked the .
The whose
good deportment. person
president to interfere, but he doesn't. food: is well selected and well cookedis YLER. .{?T;:;: ,,.. .:>:;::';:::.:.. : S i.

wait to be asked to take al
always
in a better condition to meet the !

1 hand where there is a rucus going on. requirements of daily life than the yti

person who "scraps around" and

The Madison New Enterprise says takes; whatever is offered or may be

C that the pay roll of the legislative attaches -
had.The :'.{;:{;':'rsl
::1-: ; clerks, etc., as published in properly fed man is a good

last week's issue of the TallahasseeTrue neighbor and a good family man.

Democrat should cause the blush The poorly fed man-the man who

Mfg lives "out of the frying pan"
or on
t .. of shame to mount the cheeks of several -
"cold grub" is to be quarrelsome
apt
UL q ; of the Solons who provided for
M a. ,discontented and more or less
'' their families at the expense,of the
undesirable citizen. For years the

state. scientists have been preaching a gos- ,

: : pel of good cooking as necessary to a ) 'Iw ,
: c; If Mr. Bryan said that he could
better citizenship. "Tell us what
: name the man who could win he has "
.'...::1 you eat, they say, "and we will tell i.
1 s a pretty good understanding of the what "
:
are.
you you
.
..
# : \. situation. If he named the man he The problem of hired help complicates -

; would,of course exert himself to the the problem of good cooking.

; i utmost for his election. Mr.Watter- Not enough attention is given to the L I
: )
::3 : son said some weeks ago that Mr. kitchen in these days by the young ,

#, # Bryan could, in all probability,select women who are to be the wives and 'VisLD C Ciiro 7'1rs VIM 1IoIIMANNo

4 the next president, but couldn't be mothers of the future. They waste

a elected himself. That view is entertained time on the piano that might much Chronic Hoarseness. { ; f ''r ":: Bronchial Catarrh
;_
by a great many of the Democratic better be devoted to pastry, and give Mrs Delia C. Cameron, Healdsburg, ;:: !! j!!! : );; ; ;ii r Mrs. Wm. Ilohmann- 569-- .--. Paulina

f. more attention to bridge than they Cal. member Daughters of America, ...1.P.L.: ._., .... St.,Chicago,Ill.writes:
: leaders. do to biscuits. Dr. Irion declares writes, : ,=tiljjIjjjJt j j ::: J:.:= I "I suffered with catarrh of the
bronchial tubes and had a terrible
that with improved cooking we shall "Having tried many remedies for I
EMILY KOCH child. When
1'3ISS cough ever since a a child
of The politicians are'much in doubt chronic catarrh of the bronchial tube,
al and I
have improved tone
an mot it was supposed to be whooping coughor

p. : as to Mr. Roosevelt's intention re- that reform waves without good and think not receiving there was any no help benefit for,me I beganto untilI Catarrh of the Stomach. the croup,but as I got older it got

&*? specting another term. A few months cooking are futile. Where is the reformer began to use Peruna. Miss Emily Koch,914 Michigan Ave., worse.
while it bad I had to
BO
"After got
ago they believed he wouldn't accept who will take this matter in "In a short time the bronchial tubes Sheboygan,Wis.,writes: a
both winter and summer. Finally
cough
-.{ i another term at all no matter hand and start a movement for god- began to clear,I did not have that'frogin "I can heartily recommend Permit I burst a blood vessel my throat
my throat'continually,my voice was for catarrh of the stomach. 1 had tried
i how strong the call of his party liness and good cooking? not nearly so husky,and the wheezingnoise andas from the strain of coughing, next a.
which did
things me no good
many
blood vessel in stomach, so I
my kept
4. might be but now they don't know I disappeared."I .
a a last resort I got a bottle of Peruna."I and and
getting worse doctoring, even
just what to think. They notice he Give Credit When Due was soon able to believe that I was only regret that I did not trylt before then could get no relief."I .
entirely free from cats+rrh, and as this
I forced much bad stuff into
:? ; is not making much headway in his Madison New Enterprise. was several months ago,I do not. believe stomach. II so has entirely cured me andas my went to a dispensary for treatment,
but It all done me no good. At night I
Worthy of more than passing noticeis that it will return.
TT effort to bring about the nomination I bottlein
; a preventative always keep a
The above group of women could be could never lie on my back. I would alt
; of Taft, and it is evident that outside the action of State Senator Thos.F. multiplied by ten thousand without the house."I up until two or three o'clock in the

of Ohio Judge Taft can depend West, whose home is at Milton,in reaching the number that have been gladly recommend it to all who are morning before I could close my eyes.
a "
Santa Rosa helped by taking Peruna. afflicted as I was. I
Senator and
county. West Then of course, thought, every
just at this time few del-
upon very
accepted a position attorney to the Wasting Disease. body else that I had consumption.
egations. Hughes is certain to have the about
"Reading papers Peruna I
board of county commissioners of his
.1 I r the New York delegation Knox will the Mrs.Roxa: Tyler IO Madison Avenue, Chicago, Ill., Vice President of decided to try it without the least hope
county at agreed salary of twen-
the Illinois Woman's Alliance,writes: that it would do me any good. But after
get Pennsylvania and Speaker Cannon ty-five dollars a month. Now, finding "During the past year I gradually lost flesh and strength until I was taking three bottles I noticed a change.

i will probably get Illinois. that his work as such attorney is not unable to perform my work properly. I tried different remedies. ,and finally My appetite got better, EO I kept on,

r as laborious as he anticipated when Peruna was suggested to me. never got discouraged."Now .
"It gave me new life and restored my strength. I cannot speak too I can lie on my back and leep
he accepted the he
Special Session is Probable position, comes
all and well think
highly of it. night you may how
voluntarily forward and requests the thankful I am for Peruna."
The trustees'
drainage investigating -
*> board to reduce the salary "to suchan
!.. commission will complete its work
amount as in the opinion the I
Hudson
A Dose Dealt R. Burr
by Sept. 15. The week will LAUNCH SUPPLIES
4 coming board is equitable and just" where-
finish the testimony before the commission the board Hon.R. Hudson Burr,Little River,
reduced it to twelve
upon
't.- Fla., member of the state railroad
and will
expert accountants dollars a month. We met Mr. West
% render its the end of the commission, and incidentally guber-
report by while in Tallahassee last spring at-
natorial candidate, must not be in .
'J, week. The members of the commission tending the legislature and were impressed -
the good graces of Editor Harris, of
r have no idea as to how long a by his seeming fairness and *
the Ocala Banner. Listen to what'I
i : time will be required to digest, compile sense of right and justice in all mat- the venerable one says:

.iii and write the report, and the ters that came up for consideration.This "Mr. R. Hudson Burr is not as I

limit be extended the incident proves that our estimate I
beyond
.1 may big a fool as some people thought he

{.. month, though the calculations area of the gentleman was correct was. He has not resigned his job on I .

'":. to get through by that date if pos and increases our feeling of esteem the railroad commission because he i i == MONAR _
and respect for him. What a pitywe i
h; sible. announced his candidacy for governor. -
..... L'i have not more such public official I
M1 To receive the report and act upon He has no intention of "turninggo.
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f ;. it may become the duty of an extra Trial
Postponed Till October
did not fall the with
session of the Governor upon people
:i'j legislature. !
:,: ; The Tampa Tribune says: the consuming rage of a prairie fire.
Broward has refrained from making
J : ""Ky "Sheriff Jackson yesterday receivednews but fell altogether tame and flat,and
Ht positive statement to his intentions i
as
any from Tallahassee that L'Engleand the administration is looking in the Monarch Carburettor Monarch Check Valve

t: r regarding a special session, Reese had been placed under arrest direction of Mr. John N. C. Stock- I Price Price

r, ; but it is believed that the session will 3-1 inch, S10.00 3-1 inch
: on the warrants sworn out before ton or young Bryan for a candidate.So I $1.50
J' :. be called. Judge Robles by Col.Peter 0. Knightand far as we have observed only two i 1 11.00 l 2.00
1 1-4u 12.00 u
l 1-4
I 2.50
.,.;. .': The financial status, which has W. F. Stovall, charging them papers in Florida are friendly to

'ii." ;;. .' e been discussed for the past few with criminal libel in the publicationof :Mr. Burr's candidacy, and if Bryanor i We have a nice line of Gas Engine Supplies. Write us

'. weeks, brought about by the failure a sensational story some time ago, Stockton can be induced to enter EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY

\ charging these Tampa gentlemenwith the race these two papers in all probability -
; of the regular session to provide the
I will change front. :Mr. Burr
t: ;, means of revenue sufficient to meets forming a conspiracy to rid Tallahassee -: has a "wet blanket" around

f' ,=f-: ." the appropriations, have been partially of his presence: The two him about as completely as we have

: ;!.. ; alleviated through an agreement prisoners asked to be able to give ever witnessed." He really presentsa Play Ball !
sad
bond and this was allowed in the spectacle.
:;: .. reached between the board of I
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ef amount of$.300 on each separate warrant -
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control representing the higher institutions Weekly Weather Keport.
making$1,500 each.
This
saves
r Jr'PITEB FLA., Stpt 3. 190"
4 of and
learning the board
: them from making a trip to Tampaat
r ; ,. of state institutions which Comparative statement of temperaturesand
t regulates present. rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. A Complete Line of

? the disposition of the funds the board Robert McNamee for L'Engle has 1QU7 11OI!
iH DVTE. :'of\X. MtMIX.. MIN
i of control agreeing to wait a yea represented to Messrs. Knight and \ag. 2H. '13 7:* s., 7:d
l.
)' Stovall that it .".. !II T2 M> i5
for the money appropriated for the would be working a "
lI.' 3O.H 74 H 7;5 IBASEBALLG

': /-::. new dormitory at the female college. hardship on L'Engle to compel him Sept." 31.1..9!II' 7 71;> "S7 7 7'7", osi

p,.' ",t i All other appropriations will beheld to come to Tampa at once to face the 2. W) 74 SS 77

r charge against him, as he had a son 3. 9 75; S7 7-1
:( : ; f up in a similar manner unless an Total rainfall for the week 25 inches i Carried by
I : ._ extra session is convened to providfor at Saluda, S. C., who is seriously ill, Departure rainfall for the week minus 1.57 I
I -. z:. and that he is hourly expecting to inches.
receive -
':-" them. Departure rainfall since Jan 1st. minus!! ; The H. & W. B. DREW CO.
a message that he is dj ing. It 13,33 inches.
: f. r r That the governor will not act was therefore arranged to postponethe H. P. HAKDIX,
is conclusion. Official in Cb3r e.OASTOn.X.A. Distributors for Florida
hastily a foregone He matter until October, when crim-

.,... r'- has a reputation for deliberate acI" inal court will be in session andhe ..
ct Bean th A Ito Kind Yen Nays Always Bre:;):! JACKSONVILLE FLORIDASend
tion that will be amply sustained i in whole question may be settled at ,

t l" the question'now pending. once." Sjp r for
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/BLACK., FIEND'IS Owners or managers of slaughter Half Crop of OrangesThe I.
Rochester Gas
V! STILL AT LARGE Pens $15.Street. Bartow CourierInformantsays Engines

r' Continued from Lon shows carnivals for each I
page or of the orange crop: "At this ,. ,

tent or other structure and for each season of the there is always a
train 78 his man had been gone year I HEW DESIGN
day $5. great deal of speculation as to the
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four hours but the
; dogs were again
Theatrical shows or traveling players .
outcome of the Buyersare
3' orange crop.
put the trail and the
on fugitive was
and minstrels other than those Two.CycleThreePort
abroad with their interested state-
: : .
"i tracked to a negro cabin at' Glencoe
; taxed as circuses, for each performance ments of a good crop and all sorts of
: :': about four miles out from NewSmyr-
$25. plausible reasons for low prices. Others
na heading for the St.
Johns river. .
Sheriff Brown exhausted Traveling picture agents $10. perhaps, equally interested on One to FOUl Cylinders
was with
h Photographer itinerant $10. :the other side, predict a small yield;

; the four days' chase, the brute being Undertakers, not embalmers $15. i and between the two the ordinary 2 t-Z to .,
materially assisted in
evading the
:Undertakers and embalmers
$15. grower, who does not keep fully up
: 100 H. P. .
; pursuers by members of his own race, Watchmakers
and of
repairers jew- with the times on such matters, is ,
some of whom him aid volunta-
gave elry $5.Banks. sorely puzzled to know what to thinkor Cut of our new design, cycle, 3-port double cylinder t

rily, while others were intimidatedto bankers, persons, firms or do. Mde up one to four cylinders, 2} to 100 H. P.

do so. brokers doing banking business "Various and widely different esti- 5 h. 2-cylinders, weight 125 pounds, price completewith V
It was in this part of the chase that clutch and shaft $185100
whether incorporated or not with a mates have been made, and are stilling reverse propellor -

} the unfortunate death of Deputy capital stock of not less than $50,000 made, on the present year's 16 h. p. 4-cylinder, weight 395 pounds, price completewith t

Chas. Kurtz, of DeLand, occurred.He reverse clutch propellor and shaft $500.00
$25.Barber crop, and we feel that it is our dutyto .11
was killed by the accidental dis-
shops, one chair $2, each our readers to sift these estimatesand Record of "Baby Bullet" with a Rochester
charge of his own revolver which
additional chair 50 cents.
furnish them, as far as can be
fell from his holster while he stoopedover Ean Gallie to Palm Beach time 8J hours. Entered ten races, more than 100 miles,making
works and soda
Bottling water factories done, information that can be reliedon. every lap with a variation of less than 30 seconds. Palm Beach to Eau Gallic, 120 miles,
to pull up a board on an old $30.Carriage. I This we intend to do from timeto 8 3-4 hours. All this running without a hitch. Write me for catalogue and prices.
dredge boat the pistol ball .
passing
; and factories including
wagon time as the season advances."It G. F. PADDXSON
through his heart killing him instantly. '
a V
repairing $3.
should be borne in mind that Eau Ga11.1.e. : : Florida ,' '

Job_printing offices running by last season's orange crop was a little .
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His untimely death further fired
power $5.Launches. less than 2,750,000 boxes and that the
Is circulatedfor
? A petition now being
the indignation of the pursuing par- steam, electric, etc., for percentages named in the various estimates a "wet" or "dr)'" election to be
ty, if such were possible; for Kurtz hire
or public $5.
use for this season are based on held In Franklin county, September SO. It
was a valiant officer and widely known Agentsfor bicycles and typewriters these figures. .

up and down the coast. It was agreed $10. "Some authorities estimate as highas How to Remain YoungTo

that he was to be the next sheriff of Agents for steamships steamboats .
60 per cent, but those who make continue young in health and

Volusia county by consent of all political $25. the high estimates are generally strength, do as Mrs. \. F. Rowan Mc- *

parties and factions-Sheriff Architects $25.rChiropodist Donough Ga., did. She says: "Three
and indefinite in their state-
vague bottles of}.Iectric Bitters cured me of
Turner agreeing not to run again for $0. chronic liver and etomach trouble
ments, and judge from the crop in complicated tj

that position. Civil engineers $10. limited areas rather than from a view with such an unhealthy condit-
of the blood that skin turned red
Sheriff Brown is un my
exceedingly anx- Dealers in curios
t $5. of the entire field,or they are buyers as flannel. I am now practically 20 years ,-.
ious to catch his man and place him Proprietor or proprietors of each and of course interested in depressing younger than before 1 took Electric Bit.

in jail for a court trial and a legal garage for keeping automobiles $25. prices. ers. I can now do all my work with t

execution and to that end he has of- ase and assist in my husband's store"Guaranteed REASONSFor
Dealers in oleomargarine or butter-
"Our deliberate conclusion, based at Titusville Pharmacy and

: fered a reward of $200.00 for the ine, wholesale, handling original 1 upon all present obtainable information Banner Drug htore.BOBBINS. Buying a High Speed, Ball '

negro's capture. The sheriff will packages only $20. I. is that the present crop will not Bearing

use every effort possible to save the Mental healers $200. .1
exceed a little over half of last year'scrop

negro from violence if captured.The Occulist, permanently located $10. or about a million and a half "Standard" Rotary Shuttle

board of county commissioners Occulist, traveling $15. boxes. With this yield any one can GRAHAM Machine '

J V have offered a reward of $500.00 for Optician, permanently located $5. estimate as well as we can what prices Sewing- - --

the capture of this negro dead or Optician traveling $15. will be." co., ONLY ONE REASON ,

a: alive, which is now offered in lieu of Osteopath $10. ([Incorporated Paid up Capital 25000.00

_V, the sheriff's reward. I Ferrying passengers or freight$25. Letter to Oliver Fort For buying any other machine, .}

Hon. Minor S. Jones, judge of the I Peddlers and hawkers of merchan- Titnsville, Fla. This the company Indian Rifer owns Country landsin viz.: It is cheaper. But there is fi:

circuit court, we understand, has dise, not otherwise enumerated spe- Dear Sir Josh Billings never said anything ,on the St.Lncie River, more difference in the quality I,

declared his intention of calling a ; cifically herein $100. truer than this: "Sucksessdoznotkon- at"New River and on Biscayne than in the price. I
si5t ov never making blunders, but in not Bay.
special term of court as soon as the Piano tuner$3.Pho'tographer making tbe same wun twist."

is and it is his inten- N.l?. Watkins,of Lott,Texas,had his house The "Standard" ROTARY SHUTTLE
negro captured permanently b located painted some years ago,and it took 13 gallons PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMESSend
tion to extend every possible efforton $5. of what he believed to be paint; he bought it NEVER STOP when the machine is in
for paint and it looked like paint,the painter for land list. operation. Old style shuttles etart and
the part of the state to have a legal said it was paint. STOP TWICE to each stitch. Just think :

expatiation for the brutal and Take NoticeA He has had it painted again; it took 7 gallons OrflCESAT of the extra strain.: and wear that this j

villainous crime committed.The meeting of the registered votersof Devoe It cost$.o5 before; now $35. TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. moves makes!on The continuously* standard"without Rotary a jar.Shuttle '"I

negro is about 27 years old, the town of Titusville will be heldat lie knows it is painted now and he's got I The needle bar has only two motions to ,
hat in safe lie's knowledge
$30 place. his
a tJf
stands about 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high the court house on Thursday, Sep- in a safe place too. got 0. A. STEWART every stitch, whereas the vibrator bar has ;

:- and weighs about 150 pounds, has tember 19th 1907, at 2 o'clock p.m., Yours trnlv. four.
Xo heavy balance wheel required to
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I 39 F. \V. DEVOE &. CO
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mulatto skin and has a small foot. for the purpose of nominating the I P. S. Jas. Pritchard & Son sell our paint. carry motion over the stops and starts. 1 (

Is said to have been employed on the following officers of the town for the FIRE The momentum of each etitcb helps t .,
make the
next.
bridge gang of the F. E. C. railroad.In ensuing year, viz: One mayor, three Treasurer's Statement Less noise than any other machine. 4 J'

justice to our worthy sheriff we aldermen, one marshal and collector, Sept. 1st, 1
desire to say that he has not left a i one clerk and treasurer, and one as- Balance cash on hand Aug.1. 1907_$23,867 56 TIJ.OLD STYLE MACHINES. .i-
Amount received iu Aug. 1907____ 1265.86 The fact that it is the most rapid eew-
:.;:.. thing undone to secure this man, and sessor of taxes. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI jug machine made is conclusive proof that t .tit

t. that was practically accomplished All registered voters are earnestly Total-..._______$ 25.I33A2 is the lightest running, and good evidence \'
: Less warrants paid in Aug., 1907,and it is very quiet.
"t. the located in the requested to attend said meeting and represent some of the leading
when negro was warrants delivered to county commissioners It is the most rapid sewer-makes two .
; V New participate in nominating their officers and board of public instruction companies of the world and any motions of the treadle to three of other
car and it was stopped at Smyrna. -
_____-_______________$ 2,3.32.91 business entrusted to me will receive -
machines sewing the same length of
in
There with proper action he I as the prosperity of the town is
due Balance cash on hand Sept. 1, 1907 f.::,780.51 prompt andcareful attention seam. It makes 175 stitches while others
largely to efficiency of its of- "
.j : would have been held and later placed make 100. V '

securely within the jail of the county. ficers. B. R. WILSOV, The above amount is held as follows: It makes both the two thread lock ..
EAST COAST MEAT MARKET stitch and the single thread chain etitch.
Since Tuesday night no positive Mayor of Titusville. Deposited in Indian River State rr
and elastic
bank as per cashier's certificate attached It makes the prettiest moet
clue has been had of his exact\vhereaboutSy to monthly statement and G. F.DUREN Agent, stitch. !
,
but Sheriff Brown has not COCHINEAL. cash in safe.__-_______________$22.780.51 .. Tensions not changed by change of

Balances belonging to each fand are as speed size of thread, thickness of Roods, i
given up the hunt. He will continuethe Thel'AT the Tiny Insects Lire and follows / Florida and nor Ten;; tl h of stitch-tt hat other machine f 4
there is clue How There Gathered. can do as mach
a
same as long as /
County revenue.general fund-______$:.329,98 Doe" break thread when machine
and there are good chances of his be- Merry millions of little bu lets sup road and bridge. ** ______ 2,7'! 1.56 not Ii Z
WesternMeats is barkwarls.The
port thea cochineal industries. building ______ liofine run
ing taken jet, as soon as the sheriff Where the tiny cochineal insect comes and forfeiture ._..__ 8,691.85- ( "Mandani" Rotary has the biggest j

V .__________ bobbin of lockstitch machine. Holds
'V recovers from fatigue and exhaustion but sp1 r'd fd.Dist. 1 IS,82 any
from is something of a mystery .. .' 2.---.100481 : V, ) 100 yards of No 80 cotton Ii'-

of the search. he does come wherever the nopal plant : 3_________. 3.434 40 V I The tension is released: when taking
There have been so many conflict grows and for a \wz time \>.thought 4_____..____ 1./67.93 out the treed "
of this affair that Sher- to be a seed or a floweret of the plint. ".. game warden fund____________ 1,4%.31 of all Kinds The shortest needle used in lock stitch .1
;< ing accounts of deceased
property persons less liable to bend
will and publish The living female insect is twice as fund_______ _____________ 1682school machines-therefore
iff Brown prepare a large as the male weighs one-tenth ofa .. fund (general______ 1)3.589 and skip stitches. 'J
r statement later, giving the true facts grain and loses much weight In dry special tax school di!'t.1 ______ 22587 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA Feed motions all positive-springs _
__ n!'ed-hence machine will feed over allthicknew 'IJ':
Special School Fund "C"; State aid 63.73
of the whole chase. lag. so that .{)$IJO 'N need.d to make of goods and seams without

one noimtl Dunnf the rainy season Total ____----,?i!,7b051 a Pleasant "chewing" the cloth, no matter what
I pend
Increased Licenses For This Year many millions of the creatures are length of rtitc'h.Villwear .

y.. The state comptroller has just issued drowned or wa-ned off the plants so There is more catarrh in this section of the I = all Hour \ twice: Along as:; oilier lockstitch
: I that when the long dry summer comes country than all other diseases; put togetherand machine
.
further instructions to the tax there[ are but a few survivors on each until the last few years was supposed to. Ifc-st set of attachments in any ma- +

collectors in each county of the statein plant. But these multiply so rapidly be incurable. For a great many years doctors hine ,s-1fadjn"tir!<:.. and fastened to thepresser .
.
.f rite frtt.lest
regard to what must be paid for that before Ion; the plants are cover pronounced it a local disease and present ball b1 liearmrtitttii III p'f"V with adjustable

: ed. The last act of the female's life Is local remedies and by constantly failing to '
licenses for 1907 for the year ending cone strews to take up wear.
The license is due now and to.deposit a large number of eggs: on cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Most easily threaded of any machine
1st.
Sept. her dead body rests protecting (
which
Science has proven catarrh to be a made tr unless paid as per order of the comptroller them from the burning rays of the sun constitutional disease and therefore requires : Ilecau"eall sewnu mathire companies -

it may cause considerable until the little ones emerge In about constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure : are U"4ifvni2: to the superiority of the ..
six weeks after the beginning of the '. ":-:tandard" Rotary Shuttle! by bringing t tout
trouble as many have heretofore ex- manufactured by } Cheney& Co..Toledo, I
and offering for sale! shuttle
dry season comes the first harvest looklnz th HENRY BOSCH COMPANY rotary
Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the nw -
perienced. The amounts are for state laborers make the WALL PAPER maples at mad.int' These machines they do not I
The plantation in doses from your
market It is taken internally
f'V only, the county licenses being always round of the nopalry and with a brush own hooce-sitting comfortably fo your attempt to sell!!, knowing; they are defective -
10 drops to a tea!'poonful. It acts directly on eaiyehair Youeaamaks abetter..leetionthat owing to ourcontrol of l basic patents; '
50 per cent of the state. Some part- po over the entire plant sweeping the the blood and mucous surfaces of the f'ystf'm. way Una by ransacking the stores_ but they do use them as an argument It t
li- creatures Into a hag. They then are You see tfc. whoU ..-tbs very latest 1'
ies have already paid their county They offer one hundred dollars for any case against rotary machines in tile effort to '
censes. They will now under the killed by Immersion In hot water, by it fails to cure Send for circulars and testi- desjcns color elects-ths,including loveliest imported tints and patterns.richest sell their old !'tyle vibrator.

for exposure to steam or by drying in hot moniak. Address F.J. tUENE\ & CO.. Everything rood in will papers In th. The Standard Sewing Machine
order have to pay the state steam makes his
new ovens. Tbe hot water or P.-Sold I.y druggists, 75c Toledo O, Bosch hM. .
one-half year or one-half of the them a dark reddish brown or black IJall Family Pills are the best.CASTOR It's to-you rt ths lowsst sold by the Indian River ,R
New T o amount herein set opposite to the cocblnaal The hot ovens make them Will call with Bach Simplessay Music Houes, Titusville ;
a red gray hue or silver cochineaL The boar yoa nine. Look
business mentioned below. them ever to your heart's eon
females outnumber the males by at IAFor tent-not the feast obligation to
Machine and repair shops for pub- least 200 to 1. a fortunate fact for the boy. U4osek Its our war wan of Pspsw.Y. adrertmtMf -. HANDY MOTH PAPERA i

lic use $10.Manufactories. planter. since the males are of no use Infanta and Children.

of candy $5. to him whatever moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed
The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears W. ELDREDThe under carpets or in the folds of far and cloth.
Manufactories of sash doors or O.A.STOUT.I.A.. ing it drives away moths and worry Twelve JI

blinds $25.Shipyards. Bon the Always BftgM; theSignature Dp-to-Date Painter and Decorator I sheets in a packet carriage prepaid 10 cents ,
rrkw Six: packets 5')cents druggist doe&n't have it,
marine railways or dry Sp&tue! rLlH # Madignn Powder Work.,Election 840ClarkrctUIr j
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The Vacant Judge hip.


-': 'j j MISCELLANEOUS. I (Pensacola Journal) BEST FOR THEBOWELS Typewriters

Still there is silence in Oyster Bay

t Secretary Root Ns* Well. concerning the federal judgeship of I

.. It Is stated that Secretary of State he northern district of Florida anl i It yon baren't a regular,fc, ltty moTcmnt. of theowetsereryday.yon'retliprwtnbe.

Boot, who has been on the verge of still the friends of District Attorney I .towel* open sod be well. Force,in the Keep hap your*of -- -- -- -
a breakdown from nervousness and Tioleot pbytte or pill >>ison.U dangerous. The
r Sheppard are expecting hourly to hear smoothest easiest,most perfect way of keeping
overwork, has become a member of the bowels clear and clean i*to take
r the famous "training squad" at Wres- that he has been appointed: to the potion. CANDYCATHARTIC Agents for the Celebrated

tler Muldoon's farm near White Plains: .

N. Y.Bubonic. The president returns to the capital

t Plague In San Francisco. ,today from )Massachusetts where he
FAYSHOLESTypewriter
fps -- It has become known that several has been doing some speaking on

ia cases of bubonic plague have developedIn I topics of far more importance to him

San Francisco. At least five cases than a mere judgeship hers: and it is
have been discovered and four deaths i
not believed that he will stop to con-
nave resulted. With one exception the
sider the situation down/ here before
S victims were foreigners and resided In EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
4 the neighborhood of old Chinatown.The Friday or Saturday, but it is confidently Pleasant. Palatable. Potent Taste (food Do
taken believed that the matter will be settled Good Never Sir ken. Weaken or Gripe;10. a and
authorities have prompt 10 cent per bos. Write for free sample,and book -- ---
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measures, and a spread of the disease within the next five days.. I let on health. Address 433 -

Is not feared. Mr. Sheppard and a party of his Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. used in Florida
1,000 now
:
F Foraker Answers Taft. friends from the northern part of the KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN .

,3 Before the Georgetown (O.) Chautau- State are still in Washington and New - --- -

qua Senator Foraker discussed Secretary I York, and keeping in close touch with Escaped With $12,000
address and ,
Taft's Columbus the President. Mr. Sheppard Is expected Nothing has been heard of M. W.
Yt wanted to know why Taft had ignored
to return early ext week, and
all the questions as to the unconstitutionality Thompson, former general manager of t
t knowing for certain whether he is
{ of the rate bill. lIe denied the S. J. Warren turpentine still, who
that all the big railroads opposed the the choice of the President for the
f it judgeshIp. escaped from Stemper with $l ,OOO belonging ,
law. He thought Taft not sufficiently

f, luminous on the question of tariff revision to Mr. Warren. Yesterday it

7 or on the negro suffrage issue. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy One of I was learned that a small part of the ,

Standard Oil Protests. the Best on the Market I money had been secured by Mr. Warren -

7 The directors of the Standard Oil For Chamberlain' Cough through garnishment proceedings
many year
4* company have issued a pamphlet to Remedy has constantly gained in favor directed against the personal bank account i

II : stockholders and employees reiterating and popularity until it is now one of the of Thompson. The sum secur- -- --- --- - H __ -
s that the company Is absolutely Innocent most staple medicines in use and has an ed in this way, however is small and
of wrongdoing In any of the pros- enormous sale. It is intended especially the
y ecutions lately instituted against it for acute throat and lung diseases, such as Insignificant and would hardly pay Second-Hand

..... and particularly so in the Alton case coughs, colds and cronp, and can alwaysbe reward of $200 offered for his appre- TypewritersALL

z verdict obtained depended upon. It is pleasant and hension. It is known that he left
1 where the was upon safe to take and is undoubtedly the best "
-r a "hair splitting technicality" and the Stemper via the "vnpa Northern Railway -
,
in the market for the purposes for whichIt
exclusion of evidence which would is intended. Sold by Titusville Phar and went to Brooksville and thata MAKES ALL PRICESTerms

have removed all presumption oft macy and Banner Drug tore. deputy sheriff of that: place sat at ,

guilt. It complains that It is difficult the same table with him! on an occa- to Suit j

to get a fair hearing before the public Another Nature Story. sion. The deputy had a warrant for
because of the government's "persist
his arrest but would not serve it. Later -
S ent and adroit warfare" on the coma (Live Oak Democrat.) Typewriter Repairing a Specialty
he declared to friends the reason
pany and Its "campaign of defama A laughable incident occurred here
r tion." It says such attacks are aimed he failed to serve the paper was because ,
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this morning that is worth relating, I '
"at the nation's Industrial and mer- Thompson did not appear to him .
and reader easily Imagine I
any can
cantile life. as a man who would steal.-Tampa RIBBONS
the predicament of the victim. As is
Ocean Steamship Rate War. Tribune.

;S ( A rate war has broken out on transatlantic well known, the telephone companyhas We guarantee our Ribbons to be Non-Filling and

t t, lines Involving first cabin pas- recently placed the wires In cables If it's a Reputation

sages as well as the steerage. The and at certain intervals there Durable i
von are after, White's Cream Vermifuge
Cunard line offered to New
passage are junction boxes attached to the
has world wide reputation the best
as
f York from Hamburg for $127.50: and poles from 30 to 40 feet above the of all a worm destroyers, and for its tonic 75 cents each, or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach- j

i this was the signal for a reduction ground. One of these boxes is located influence on weak and unthnfty children

{ j of the Hamburg-Amerlean line's rate on Pine street south of Howardand It[ improves their digestion and assimila- irie. Any color.
: '- to $107.50 and the North German tion of their food, strengthens their nervous {ti
Lloyd's to 11750. Director Ballln of in the rear of the county jail. Sh>riff system and restores them to health i

: the Hamburg-American line, however, Rickerson has several stands of and vigor natural to a child. If yon wanta :

_Y: said that these rates were agreed bees in his yard, and yesterday a hive healthy, happy child get a bottle of CARBON PAPER

,, upon and that no rate war did exist of them swarmed. The bees flew White's Cream Vermifuge. fold by Ti-
tnsville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store Our Carbon Paper is the Best. $1.65 to $1,00 per
I
Transvaal's Gift to King. around for awhile and at last espied

i The Transvaal assembly has author- the junction box which they evidentlytook For Over Sixty Years box, 100 sheets to the box.
ised the purchase of the Cullinan diamond -
there. This
for a hive, and located
the largest in the world, valued Mrs. Winslows' Soothing Syrup has Can furnish size color.
any any
morning the lineman climbed the poleto been t used for over sixty years by millionsof ,
;. at $1,000,000 as a present to King Edward
examine the wires, and when he mothers for their children while teething -
In token of the peoples appreciation with It soothes the I
perfect success.
<<
I' opened the door of the box the bees
for the bestowal of a constitution.She child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
proceeded to swarm on him, and what cures wind colic, and is the best remedyFor

Found Belief .they did to him was a plenty. Us diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor R. C. DAVIS & CO.
;
litllesufferer immediately. Sold by druggists -
If you are troubled with liver complain I descended the pole in all kinds or in << of the world. Twenty .
and have not received help read this shapes, and when he got rid of the every part
live cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
4 Mrs. Mary E. Hammond, Moody, Texas bees, exclaimed. Til be hanged (o:- "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and< 1
"I health with liver trouble
was in -
s- poor words to that effect) if I ever climb tike no o her k'nd. Guaranteed under Jacksonville Fla.
-for over a Doctor did me no
year. the[ food and drags act, June :30th, 1rHG.
ti good and I tried Heroine and it cured me. that pole again.Ve don't blame ,
!Serial number IO'J8.Br..akiDC.
''t '' I can't say too much for Herbine, a?it i ia is him. We had rather climb a pole
wonderful .liver medicine. Publish --
r that was not ornamented with boxes
r where you wish. Sold by Titimille Pliar It Gently.
t t t macy and Banner Drug Store. especially in the vicinity of Sheriff "How much coal is there Susan 7 1 I tI

' Rickerson's apiary. How long,will it last?" I

.:" 1-' Must Reimburse the County. "Wen. ma'am, it will last quite I

;11 I Weather Report awhile It you don't have any fires."
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(Miami News.)
1 Summary for Aug. by Rev.Jas. H. Then there I In't much left?"
The older residents of Dade County "
'Th rp Isn't l any left. ma'aia. I
i"r White, U. S. observer. S
;. will no doubt recall an old law case \
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Highest temperature on the 1st 9.30( it

f dating: back several years and in which Lowest temperature the 11th 72.0 -- -- I

f -: +' ? the board of County Commissioner Mean temperature for month 81.9 .

f I then serving was charged with trading Average mean for 26 ;years SI.-1 -\\t\ \ : S'k' S
CUAMBRLAISA
,. I among themselves.: In other words the Highest mean for 26 years 1900 83.8
Lowest mean for 26 in 1892 77.9 f/i
board bought goods from the stores years \
e
j Rainfall in inches 2.9i ; / <:>
Kept by three members of the board ,
i Average for 30 years :>.29! CVs '\) i r La..l .
(. 1' : which was said to be violation oft Greatest for 30 years in ISbO 15.77 t (& "s'AQ1)lif / J i':: 'a F lr

: s the law. .Least for CO years in 1900 0.2.S --

t The three members were John Sew I Prevailing wind direction S E D ftrJ j.T

t ell. R. McDonald and Geo. W. Lain Number of clear days 22 .... .. _. :
: i hart Number of fair days <6 \T" RE -"-, 7i ,"'

i In Titusville last Monday JudgJjnes Number of cloudy day !J'H1: '!)

Number of daysvith'min\ 9 i 1
It handed down a final decre? '
J e Number of days with thunder 2" few dose' of this finn.lv will in- \ ; .

l which recited that a previous decree Island Home.t'rritt's: Island Fla. variably ,cure an ordinary attack of
; i having boon referred to Special Master diarrhoea.

II Mitchell D. Price to take further testimony --- It can always be depended npcn. //t
C.A.STOrt.:1A.: even in the more severe attacks of -
f t anj to state an account in conf Kind You Ha8AIavS Brgtt
Bean the croup: o lir and cholera inorbn
r jrmity with the views cf the Supreme Signature ct: 114 It is equally s-nccr:
4 !:l Court, and the Special Master having cf diarrhea and cholera infantnm in
rhildrKn. <\ i* the of saving
: means
r i submitted his report, the following or .
the live*of i" 7ny children t'al'ht'ar..
Jer in substance was entered: NOTICE When re 01:1I',1: with water- and

.y S That Geo. W. Lainhart repay to the sweetened it n peasant: : to take. fAiANDORGANSFor
; I.ll Notice !" hereby giver that the under
I f Ii county the sum of $5;))7.1.7; : tha John signed, as ex-otlicio a-imuiMrator of the Even man (\f\ family !'!iunM k*>"p
tin,*remedy in his home Buy it nowPRICE. .
1 j t: Sewell repay $153.SG;) and that R. III es-tate of John H. Harris! deceased will 2c. L\RGSbi-K 5oc
apply to the lIon. :Minor: S. Jones, juice '
McDonald repay $UO.l'The! master'sa
: of the circuit court for Brevanl county,
costs of $100 was ordered paid jointly Florida in
Fort
I openourt at Pierre, ----- -- -
r by the three gentlemen. Florida or wherever the<< court<< may: then

II I l Ill', upon the 17th day of > -eptember. .\.

't .' 1>, I'JO", or a- soon thereafter as applicant sale by the
t Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer,
-t I can l 'S Greatest Blood Purifier Free following tlt'\'nbt-lll\nd to pay the debt
S
If your blood is impure, thin, diseased 1. of the said John 11. Ham?, deceased, to- INDIAN RIVER

a hot or full of humors, if von have blood wit :

r' poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating sores, "A strip or land two hundred and fif-
[ scrofula, eczema, itching ridings and ty eight (-:>S) feet wide on the north side MUSIC

f: f bumps scabby, pimply kID! bone pain: of the northwest quarter of the northe- HOUSE

i t- catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or quarter ((or lot 2)) of !It'Ction't'n 7 ", SayMs Iff five wCl I be as Wjf s goose as yon ,
t: kin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm township thirt "one (31)) south, of range Yes, my child If you don use

(B. B. B.) Soon all sores heal, aches thirty-nine (:SO I east, l'Ontaining't'n MAGIC WHITE SOAP. TITUSVILLE, FLA. ::

;. and pains stop and the blood is made and :!-100 (7,S'2): ) acres, said trip being Rub Marc on soCed parts leave them in
f sure and rich. Dru:its!! or by express the north 258 feet of the said described water ODe hour. So boiling.no .ashbiKinl1- 7
J' $1 per large bottle. Sample fw by writ- "fortv" and situated in St. Lncie county, no backache If you use MAGIC WHITE
Florida." J. P. Bnowv, Ex Officio SOAP. Will iron eir as magic:has no rosinEkelDTellowsoap
Blood Balm Co. Atlanta. Ga. B. B.
e. lug/ Get your grocer to orderor
k B. is especially advised for chronic, dt't'p-] Administrator of the Estate of send m $4.00 for 1 box of WO 5c. cake {ff'e. -4r
4 John II. Harris deceased. We for Sue the -
Ireisht.
pay
seated cases, as it cures after all else fail wrappers -C" '" I

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I of the plaintiff as being under a boycott -

,. fLEcAL-CRIMINAL I from threatening or intimidating I SCIENTIFIC ucf Bears theSignature .

w customers of the plaintiff and from

giving orders to committees or agents INFANTS CHILDREN .
7t Famous Eddy Case Dropped. Again Attacks Nature Fakirs.
: for the performance of any of these \
q. The suit in the President Roosevelt follows his -0- ',1
brought name of acts calculated to interfere with the up ,
George W. Glover, son of Mrs Mary [ conduct of the plaintiff's business. recent criticism of the animal story Promotes Digestion.Cheeiful- ;,

" Baker G. Eddy and other relatives as The complaint recites that in Augustof writers with a signed article In the nessandHeslCOntainsneiu.r of f :

\ "next friends" to prove that the aged last year without previous notice September Everybody's, giving to-his ,Norpliinewrl'fnera1. i j

founder of the Christian Science religion the members of the Metal Polishers attack the full weight of his official NARCOTIC. 1

is mentally incompetent to care union of St. Louis employed by the position. It is in the nature of a reply its.ia

for her estate and that she was in the stove company struck'in a body with- to the various rejoinders publishedby ( :'

hands of designing men came to a sud- out waiting for an adjustment of the Rev. Dr. dn121mrRIRJ.1

den end at Concord when Former Sen- grievances and that upon the failureof W. J. Long i.f
ator Chandler as Jack London, AlLI.u.
the strike the International Unionof &r/Nl4 SJIJI-
"' senior counsel Metal Polishers began a boycott Charles G. D. MSIM. I I'l t

s for the prosecution the Bucks Roberts and oth- iof
against company, that this G.i..tdt. t i
3 announced boycott was indorsed by labor unionsof i ers. The presi- /W..Jad- j ".. i

that he had filed St. Louis and that the companywas dent singles out ttirIIrr-.:wJ .t. f j
, 1. a motion for the placed upon the unfair list by the t Dr. Long especially a USe f '1 i

dismissal of the 't'. for criticism for r .
1 annual convention of the American perfect Remedy Constipa-
suit. Something Federation of Labor at Minneapolis.The t1 saying tion.Sour Sto chDiaatoot, <
.* %- of this kind had complaint tells further how certain that "of all Worms,.Cormdsions.FeverishOfiSS /
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been anticipated customers of the firm were forced by 1 these nature and LOSS OF SLEEB ForThirty V e r _
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for several days fakirs the most :
the union to refuse to buy its productsand
I during which the sets forth that by reason of the -_ _' reckless and facsimile Signature ofG&fZG&K

hearings before union's great membership and wide V K responsi Years H
the masters in
distribution and its complete and pow- iiast Mr. Long

I lunacy bad erful organization the boycott was cal- I there are
k brought into evi- culated and others who run <
intended to
George W. Glover. greatly injure
dence the extent Rev. W J Long. him c105f" In theyellow
the business of the complainants. The J5
of the Eddy fortune and of the ( NEWYOCASTORIA
some company says that the federation has journalism of the woods, a> !
beliefs of the aged Science leader, especially : greatly diminished and In many places John Burroughs has aptly called it."

as to "malicious animal mag : destroyed its, trade and that If the Mr. Roosevelt says that it is needlessto
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netism. It was intimated that these discuss the theories of these men. f

matters would be made the basis of boycott Is continued the company will as their so called facts are simply fan- TN[[&OTNfl COMPANY. 55W.0.CIT'I. t ; (
be unable to dispose of its goods.
a future action on a different tack to
; cies, after which he returns to the ,
Should this injunction be granted 173 .
determine the mental condition of Mrs. .
story told by Dr. Long about the wolf
Eddy. In any case, it was regardedas labor organizations will be affected. which bit through the chest into the .

certain that the relatives would President Gompers later announcedthat heart of a caribou, a feat which the t <
contest her wilL It had the federation would probably
already been
distinguished critic says "has been mechanically '
decided that a committee of alienists bring a counter suit against the Manu
impossible of performance
4:: ; should examine Mrs. Eddy in her home facturers' association, charging that by any land carnivore since the deathof OF SEA '
body with conspiracy, referring to its I QUEEN
so that she would escape the strainof the last saber toothed tiger." ROUTES.t ,
decision at the recent New York meet-
a court appearance. Senator Chan- Referring then to another story describing -
Ing to raise a fund of $1500000 for the
dler said, however,that there would bet a contest between a wolf anda
no advantage to the plaintiffs and that alleged purpose of crushing organized
lynx or a bulldog, in which the latter -
labor. Mr. Gompers said that when It
; there were sentimental reasons. Counsel survives bites he remarks
4 Streeter for the defense denied that comes to a test of surrendering his that "a wolf twenty that could bite, the heartof Merchants & Miners Steamship Lines j

there had been any compromise and rights as a citizen or of surrenderingto a horse would swallow a bulldogor t (
of the courts he should
Injunction
an .
urged that In all fairness the
masters like The
not hesitate to exercise his rights and a lynx a pill. president -BETWEEN- 'd .
having gone go far, should render a .
refers to other stories of Long's, suchas !
that the behind the
men Injunctionwere
decision.
He said that the whole proceeding that of the woodcock which madea

tain neWspaper had been instigated by a cer hearts pitting and their minds.millions In against the long human mud splint for its broken leg the NNBALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA. 1

, as an attack on the oriole which attached its nest with a
he the hearts and minds
' Christian run, thought,
Science faith, and now that would win.Seeking contrivance of twigs and strings and
the charges had fallen flat the plaintiffs adds that the latter Is backed
story up -Direct Connections for
5*. wished to Telegraph Ownership. f f
get out of court. He I by affidavits. Nevertheless the president -
characterized It as an abject surrender. President Small of the Commercial
Insists that it is as impossible"as
union the second' Washington New York and Boston. '
Telegraphers' began
Glenn's reaee Proposal. that a Rocky mountain pack rat ;
of the
week strike
telegraphers' by
can throw the diamond hitch. The
4 North Carolina's fight with the
the United States and Can-
calling on
Southern railway over the new rate affidavits brought forward by the nature -
ada to take over the control of the tel- I
law was transferred to New York writers are interesting, says the Through tickets on sale at {ll'ineipallwints. 4
egraph lines now owned by the West-
when testimony was heard before a president only because of the curious
master in chancery there appointed by ern Union and Postal companies. At light they throw on the personalitiesof Accommodations and cuisine unsurpassed, t
the same time he began a campaignto
Judge Pritchard of the circuit courtto those making and believing them,
SEND FOR BOOKLET.
determine the Issuance of a permanent secure a congressional investigationof and he says thaf if these writers J

injunction the temporary one being the conduct of those companies in would really study the denizens of a

t held in abeyance by agreement and this country. To this end the union barnyard they would be saved some II. AYEKY, Com'I. Agent, Jacksonville.
has established two funds one for the- of their salient mistakes.New .
the railroad conforming to the law direct support of the strike and the J. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. & 1'.M., W. P. TURNER, P. T. M., f
': pending a decision by the United Light Aids Oculists.
: GENERAL OFFICES BALTIMORE '
'6' States supreme court. In the meantime government The Academy of Science at Paris reports 1.
,. r' .
Governor Glenn came to New that Dr Fortin has discoveredthat --
that trades unionists In general and
York and held a conference with A P. the light from a mercury vapor
telegraphers in particular begin at
Thom, counsel for the Southern and : lamp passing through two sheet of
: once to raise $.,QOO.OI.1() for these pur- Do noD suffer n
,: made two peace suggestions. One was blue glass and reflected into thee bya .

to stop taking testimony until the poses.The strike was further strengthenedby large lens reveals the internal condition with severe s'
higher courts have ruled, and the oth- of the eye infinitely better than the
leased wire
the calling out of operators
: er was for the Southern to stop its In many brokers' offices, andit ordinary white light. By placin? a Headaches
<
,I suits and try the effect of the new was expected that the cable opera- screen with a pinhole between uie when

law for a limited period and then if tors would also join. On the other light and the eye a magnified image ,, ,

1/ It were shown that operation was at hand the telegraph companies claimed of the vessels at the back of tilt retina .

a loss they should appeal to the peo to be taking 'care of all business has been obtained whereas heretofore r

pIe of the state to right the wrong offered and say that the strike is a they have been almost invisible The

While in New York Governor Glenn closed incident so far as they are con capillary veins, with a diameter ol

< said he did not think the time ripe for cerned. Washington heard that Commissioner 2-1000 of a millimeter, are seen to distend i iTRADL

J a southern man to be named by the Neill was about to submit a with each heart beat and It j i-

Democrats for the presidency.INDUSTRIAL. report regarding the telegraph strike possible to count the blood corpuscles 1

to the president The strikers charge Worked Like a Charm

j I I If that the
their business subject to delay and journal, the Enterprise, LouNa, Y a., says: Will Cure You.The
that the disp:itches instead of being
"I ran a nail in tnv foot la*week and atones .
Legal War on Unions. put on the wires, are sent by messengers applied Jl1ckit'u.srnil'3 Sa\e! Vo liver 13 the main-spring for the whole oody. To t'lxpect

f In the supreme court of the Districtof in suit rises from one city to another inflammation followed; the salve simply good health, one must keep the liver in good order. To do so
Columbia James ".. Van Cleave of to be copied and delivered by healed the wound." Heils: : t''t"f'nn'. a regulator is needed. Kerbine will put your liver in the con-
k the National Association of Manufacturers local messengers. burn and skin di-ea-e. Gaarantenl at dition it should be and you will not suffer from headaches.: '
I and Banner Prus j
f' Titn'\ille Pharmacy
began what is regarded aa New York Meat Drivers Out. Store. 25c.So .
A POSITIVE CURE :
t test legal battle with organized;; labor All the drivers of packing house delivers I

:;'- when he asked for an injunction wacons in New York city wenton FOR CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND
E; against the officers of the American strike last week to the number TiredIt ,

f' Federation of Labor and of numerous of 500. all affiliated with the International FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA I

affiliated organizations: prohibitingthem Teamster association, because AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. I
be from overwork, but
from using the boycott and the of the failure of the companiesto may I
r. unfair list in their fight apaiu firai arrange shorter and more regular% the chances are its from an inactive a It
Has Done A World Of Good.
I iUCP
and Individuals The papers were hours of work and to increase their ;

filed at Washington In order that personal wages which are now $1i a week of With a well conducted LIVER Mrs. C. D. Philley, Marble Falls, Texas. writes: "1 have I

E service might be had upon a seventy to eighty hours The packer one can do mountains of labor used Ilerbme and find it the best liver corrective I have ever

r large number of labor leader wh had offered a sixty.five hour week at I without fatigue.It tried. It done my family as well. as myself world of good,
'- were there attending a general con the old wages and pay for extra time I and I recommend it to all my friend I never suffer from

ference. the same to lot determined by arbi- adds a hundred per cent to headaches anymore.

The injunction is asked on nine tration. ones earning capacity.It SOc WILL BUY IT.

points In the name of the Bucks Stove r
and Range company of St. LouK of Lame Back can be kept in healthful action
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
which Van Cleave is president The Thi is an ailment for which Clumberlatn's by and only by .
prohibitions are from conspiring Pain Balm has proven especially MO.
; requeste4 N. Second St. ST. LOUIS
500-502 ,
instance affords -
In
to restrain and destroy the valuable. almost every it

business of the plaintiff, from agreeIng prompt and permanent rt'1it'f.Ir..
l to interfere with Luke LaGrange,of Orange, Mich, says of I Tutt'sPillsTAKE
or combining
it. "After using a planer and other remedies
It, from boycotting or attempting or for three weeks for a bad lame back, Sold and Recommended by
{ threatening to boycott the plaintiff, I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's

i- from printing! or distributing through Pain Balm, and two application effecteda 'tusv1.110 Pha.rtn.ncy and iBLinncr

a the malls any copy of the AmericanFederationist ,..trt>." For ale by Titusville Pharmacy NO SUBSTITUTE.
which contains the name and Banner Drug Store. I : Dr'\:1.g: Storo;
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8 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6, 1907

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EAU GALLIEMrs. ,JA1IESPRITCH..UmPresident. WINSTON S.BRANDING.Vice-President and Cashier .
I
i LATEST COUNTY
I.Tucker returned home from i

z NEWS NOTESlittle ritusville Saturday. :: For Coughs Indian River State Bank ;

The comet has gone, at least it is I i,

Happenings That Help to MakeUp I not visible any more, and ColdsThere I COTJ2 Mr. Law made a trip to New Smyrna -
the Weekly newspaper Sunday afternoon.Mr. Authorized Capital 100.000; Paid-np Capital, 5,000; Average Deposits, 1200,000
TRANSACTS A
+ and Mrs. T. J. Shave, of Melbourne -

COCOAThe spent Sunday in town. is a remedy over sixty GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS

= Cocoa high school opens ont Mrs. J. T. Shave made a trip to Cocoa years old-Ayer's Cherry :

4 Monday, Sept. 9. Tuesday to do some shopping. Pectoral. Of course you have
LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER
L Miss Pearl Bradford visited for several Services. next Sunday morning at heard of it probably have usedit.
?.
Eichaniw bought and sold on all foreign countries.! Patronage apfreriatet
r days in Eau Gallie. 10:30 o'clock at the M. E. church. I Once in the family, it stays; Prompt sen'ice. polite treatment and every favor consistent::

} Mr. Frank Lipp has been sojourning Miss Julia Arnold spent a few days the one household remedy fer with conservative 'iankinggranted.

: 1 : by the sea for week at Oceanus.We this week with Mrs. C. C. Houston. I coughs and hard colds on the CORKr>POXDKNTS:
Empire Trust. Company Broadway, New York City;The Atlantic National Bank
are having some good rains The dredge has been at the railroad : chest. Ask your doctorabcut it. of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida f

and the orange groves are looking dock putting board the new boiler.
on The best kind of a testimonial"Sold TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. .

1 -I well.Mrs. Capt. John Houston went to Cocoa I for over sixty years." -------
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Joe Smith reached home on Tuesday to get a rudder for his boat. j by J.C.Ayf'r eo..Lewe't.Yass...- E. L. BRADY & BRO.
Friday from a two month's stay in Alan manufacturer*orSARS.IPAYiLLA. ,
Prof. and Mrs. Macv spent Sundayin A .

Illinois.Mr. Melbourne and Monday at Mala- V(J I 1'I$ PILlsHAI2MG055. Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products.We r
.. R. L. Dixon leaves on Saturday ,
? c3- for a trip to New York and New bar. W*have BO BicnU W. pnbliti. handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for llapo' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
be- the formulas of all our medicines.Ayer's in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices oo
Claudia who hurt
King, was by
Hampshire. Grain and all Groceries.delivered at your station. E. L.BRADY& BROTrTTSVIIXE..FLAJS. .
ing struck in the ,has fully recov- Pills increase the activity of
All.the small boys are accompaniedby eye the liver, and thus aid recovery.

a string of fish nowadays. Fish- ered.Mr. J. N"ORTON"9Staple :

has been of late. McDowell, of Jacksonville, is
ing great in town and is the guest of Mr. T.J. went to Oak Hill Saturday returning and Groceries hay, Grain Fruit andl"EGEL1BLES
Mrs., Zach Dixon and children Shave. Sunday. They report a jolly, good Fancy ; inth,

reached home on Sunday from a visit .
r to her mother in Nyack, N. Y. Messrs. Warren Mathers and Roy time.W. A SPECIALTY
W. Ballard is back from a visitin
Ti't'Usvi11e. 3PM.orltS.ti
Snell made a trip to Cocoa Tuesday i i
Mr. Fulwood Murray, of St. Au- Georgia and has to Miami, -
gone ----- -------
t afternoon. ,
_
I I
has accepted with r-r r rrr-err-rr r-rr- -err-rrrrr-
position
It-. gustine, a where he is employed as :purser on a
the- Cocoa- and Kockledge -News.- Miss Georgia Spiller ieft Mondayfor steamer.C. TITUSVILLE BOAT CO.
t a few days' visit with the Misses
The baseball team played a game in J. Coggin came up from Cocoa .
Arnold Malabar.
at
e Titusville last week, Capt. Coggin Monday to look over his fine grove. Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers
h ; and Theo. Travis taking them therein The Womans' Missionary society We are always glad to see the cap-

their automobiles.Mr. had aj-egular meeting at the Baptist tain in our settlement.A. :l\I.Iarin.e: Railway
church afternoon.Mr. .
Joe Smith is widening the Tuesday M. Terwilliger is expected here Launches carefully stored. for the summer months
l driveway across his property. He is .John Mathis, of Madison coun-
from St.Augustine every day to make =r=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=r:=3r /r=//=--//-=3? -dE:2==r=Jr=J
the first- One to take action on the ty, arrived in town Tuesday night
preparations for gathering and ship-
I 1 new town ordinance. and expects to work at Tropic.Mr. 1 VICTOR
ping his large crops of oranges.
Some of the Georgiana children will A. Mathers returned home :

iJ '- cross the river and meet the school Monday from Titusville where he We regret to learn that the negro V t 1tO Talking Machines, Supplies and
brute who committed that crime at
; wagon at the five-mile post and at- has been for the past two months.Mr. .
Pineda last week got north of Titus- Records sold the
by
tend the Cocoa school. Fulford, of Madison county,
:ville, but are in hopes that he has
to town Sunday and expects
Prof. and Mrs. H. E. Wakefield came
been caught by this time.K. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
-g moved into the Episcopal rectory on to go into the vegetable business at :,

Tuesday. Prof. Wakefield will be Tropic this winter.Dr. White, from Lake Park Ga.,
TITUSYILLE
a FLORIDA
the principal in the high school. W. B. Rush, a leading physician has purchased twelve acres of fine ,

Mr. Spafford's sister, at Sharpes, of Miami passed through town hammock land from E. M. Blood- Jas. ----------- --
Pritchard
worth which he will clean and set & Son
who has been ill for some time died Tuesday on his way to Lake City, up

'; last week. The remains were sent where he expects to move in the near out in citrus trees this fall, and also Titusville, Fla.

to Chicago passing through Cocoa on ,future. grow garden truck. Agents for the

Sunday.Mr. Services were held at the M. E. ----
General Robert E. Lee Original T & M Reversible
g J. F. Geiger and family, of church last Sunday evening,Rev.J.B.
the general the world haseer
greatest
Lotus, moved into Mr. McLeod's Hawk in the pulpit. Mr. W. H. San- was known. Ballard's Snow Liniment MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES

I idence last week. Mr. McLeod has ders rendered a fine solo and also a'', i8 the greatest hnim 'nt. Quickly cures
all pain It is within the reach of all Thoroughly covered by patents I
gone to Dade county to try vegetable duetwas: sung by Mrs. C. C. Houston T H. Pointer, IfemsteadTexaawrit.r, : The Engine that Runs Without t Repairs I

farming. I and Mr. Sanders. 'This is: to certify that Mallard's Snow -= j

.R# Cocoa has been in great excitement Jim and Frank King who were as-' for Liniment years and has has been been used found in my to hon be an eiiol excellent
since last week over the assault by a'i' sisting in the search for the negro liniment for rheumatic pains. 1 ran he operated h- alcohol or kerosene .

negro on the wife of the section boss who committed the assault on Mrs. am never without it. Sold by Titnsville with as good results as by using gasoline i
Pharmacy and Banner Drug :btore. .
:
r x at Pineda. Armed men have hunted Walters, were shot and seriously! -- --- !
another member of the TITUSVILLE LIVERY STgBIJ1Feed ;
: the country over but without success. wounded by
r OAK HILL
The concert in the opera house giv- searching party, caused by mistaken and Sale Stables
identity. On Saturday morning of Miss Edith Hatch of Eau Gallie,is
en by the Melbourne people was well
last week the wounded men left for visiting relatives and friends in Oak -- -- I
attended and
enjoyed by everyone, SADDLE HORSES
} Jacksonville where they could be
Miss
especially Conkling's singing. Hill.Mr.
S There was a dance after the concert. treated by specialists.The F. W. Hatch came home from BUGGIES

Daytona to spend Sunday and Labor SURREYSand
of the
excitement on account
The
Aldridge family and some
friends made a beach trip Sunday. I criminal assault by a negro on Mrs. day with his family.Mr. L- :: i TURNOUTS

Walters last week has beenat J. M. Chaffer of is
x The men were all hunting the fugi- one day Kingston E of all kinds ,
tive the fever heat ever since the dastardly to be our school master this year and -
so party was not as large as Hauling, Etc.
i e planned, but a very pleasant dawas deed was committed. The community school will begin Sept. 23rd.

spent. was terribly outraged by this per-i Coleman Williams returned Tuesday J. M. OSE!!, Titusiille, Florida i

Mr. Francis LaRoche who attends petration_ such a crime and our citizens from Jacksonville, having spent :
are determined to protect their Or J. C'. SsPLLL Registered Pharmacist
Labor in the .
day metropolis.Mr.
t the naval academy at Annapolis Md.,
is at home for a vacation with his ,wives and daughters from the as- H. G. Putnam, who has been i[
saults of human brutes BANNER
even thoughit
parents,Mr. and Mrs.R. B. LaRoche, away for some time in Georgia and DRUG STORETitusville i
cost them their lives.
at their handsome residence on the at the Jamestown exposition, arrived
heights. Rev. J. W. McNamara, of Philadelphia home Friday.Mr. .

w preached for Pastor J. S.
and Mrs. A. L. Fowler left Florida
Found At LastJ. Geiger Sunday morning and evening Sunday for Georgia and will have a FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
A. Harmon, of I ,zf>mon>, West Va., He lectured Monday night on "The
"At last 1 have found the month with their parents in Wood-
say: JJt'rft't1I.m PERFUMERY SATAIONERYEtc.Soda
Race Problem" and proved by the .
that never disappoints me;and for stock and Ellijay.
the benefit of others aitlicted with torpid prophecies the origin and destinationof Water and Ice Cream
liver and chronic constipation, will Mrs. F. W. Hatch has been suffering I
say the colored race. The lecture was
take Dr. New Life Tills." Fresh Pure Drugs and ChemicalsMail
King's t jua ranteed for some time with an abscess in
E satisfactory. 25ir. at Banner Drugstore very instructive highly entertaining orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order
the palm of her hand. Dr. Fox lanced ; anythinge
and Titusville .
Pharmacy.TROPIC absolutely inoffensive. Mr. Mac- haven't in stock
it and she .much i easier.
-- Sunday .
.
Namara is well versed in the natural ,
I -
sciences such as psychology hydro Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Howes are enjoying 4RAA'A4q/1A14ACIt45 CM1M1Iq i tAM1AR11f 451'f 4 R11AAR11A.1ff
11Irlllllllrllllllllllllllllllll'lllll.rlllllllr'
l Percy Schofield spent Saturday at pathy osteopathy, neuropathy, electricity -i a two weeks vacation with ?

Cocoa. hygiene and physical culture.' their parents and find it much cooler I

I Misses Nellie Schofield and Ger- Had Tetter--for-Thirty- YearsI than in. Ocala,especially'at Capt. Coutant's. The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. !

trude Stewart left Monday for Titus-
have suffered with tetter for
t: ville.Mr. years and have tried almost countless thirty Mrs. P. D. Parker gave a very pretty I

!:: Fulford of Shady Grove arrived remedies with little, if any, relief Three entertainment to the V. I. A. club MACHINE SHOPS

Monday and may spend the boxes of Chamberlain's c-al\ecured me Thursday, Aug. 22nd: also inviting
It was a torture. It breaks out a little
winter here. sometiment nothing'to what it need to other friends and serving cake,:sherbet ;a.
do.--D. II. Brach, Midland City, Ala. and ice cream. IBUILDERS'
We understand that Mr. H. A. and
a Chamberlain's alve is for sale! by Titus Plumbing Metal Work
Blocker has rented the Caves' prop vile Pharmacy and Banner Drugstore.MIMS Mr. Peteel having logs hauled for

erty and will put in a crop. ---- --- his saw mill and as soon as the F. E.

Mrs. C. L. Stewart and daughters C. Ry. builds the side track, the Vo- t? HARDWARE, PAINTS & OILS .

Misses Annie and Nellie, of Banyan, Mrs. L. L. Price returned Saturday luia Lumber & Naval Stores: Co.will ""1.

.. t were visiting relatives and friends from several weeks' visit in Lexington be ready for business. Agricultural Implements

i Monday. S. C. held service.
r The Rev. H. H. Jones I

.1 Mrs. Harrison left Tuesday for Ti- The contractors have completed the Sunday afternoon, but will not bewith SANFORD FLORIDAi.

4, l p tusville and LaGrange to see if the rock road from the shell road to the us again till the first Sunday in ,

change would be any benefit to her railroad at Mims station. October. His friends wish him a

. '' r" I her health has been poor lately.. Messrs. P. W. Roberts and J. Deal pleasant visit in Key West. 'v\\ \ I\ \ ..'i \ Y\"', \ I."J>\\Y.M"'YNwm




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