The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00249
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00249
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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If you want a pair of shoes for

dress, walking or house, do not sendto AND Bargains in Every Department M

New. York or Bostonpatronizehome. INCIDENTS MONDAY,SEPT. 16, 1907. \I AND PERSONALS '!l

Fluffy ruffles belts,latest novelties r-

r Pungent Holes Pertaining to Eients plete We carry stock at of all the times famous a most Queen com- Personal Paragraphs About People that Mr. Kline, who is at present in New Something About the People of Titus- ; ;

Transpiring About Town Quality and Irving Drew shoes, in Travel Here and There see York them, has is sent to appreciate them by express.them,special To-I rifle as They Come and Go :, ,
both low and -
high cuts, tan, pat- '
A cool drink at a cool place at ent leather, gun metal, white canvas, Fish by the carload was shipped by Monday 98 cents. A cool drink at a cool place at t '.t
IdANDY'S. the Titusville dealers this week. Colored linens, suitable for ladies'shirtwaist MANDY'S.
vici .d
etc., prices from $1.50 to $4.00 I suits and children's dresses .
Route Agent T. T. Welch, of the .per pair, all shapes and all sizes. Mrs. T. B. Walker is in town on a :32 inches wide, worth 40 cents a- Mrs. W. P. Giles and little daughter r

Southern Express Co., was in town We carry the largest line of shoes, visit to her parents, Capt. and Mrs. yard, Monday's special, 25 cents. arrived home from Georgia Tuesday .

r Tuesday.Mrs. shown on the East Coast of Florida i Jas. Pritchard.Dr. White linen 21-2 yards wide, worth : afternoon. ,

L. W. Haile and two daugh- for men and ,infants.boys, women, misses, child-' and Mrs. H. G. Utley left yesterday $1.50 a yard, special Monday, for I Rev. Wm. Stones will preach Sunday :...::,
ren for North Carolina and Richmond
returned home from Pablo Beach $1.00.
ters One order next at LaGrange at 11 a. m.at ir-
Wednesday. makes a lasting customer to return about Oct. 1st. Indian Head linen, 44 inches wide, Titusville at 7:30 p. m. t

WINSTON S. BRANNING Correspondence desired with young already shrunk, special Monday, for 5ifi
t The largest and best line of boys'and Titusville, Florida. white man raised on grove or farm. 20 cents per yard.Knebyoulah M. Neenan, formerly of this place, of J
girls' school shoes will be foundat is now located at Wildwood, but his ;; '1\
Address C. S., Rock Ledge, Fla.Bo"S mohair, silk finish, 44
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Branning's.Mrs. inches wide worth family is living at Holly Hill. '. -41
EXTENSION WILL you should see the fine assortment $1.75, special ,
L. A. Brady and Master Park- of knickerbocker pants that II $1.19, in black and blue. Did you say school shoes? Well, go "_;1
hurst are expected to arrive home GO THROUGH have just arrived at Winston S. Bran New and up-to-date patterns in to Branning's, he has the largest line, j j

from Camden, S. C., tomorrow. ning's. ginghams, suitable for children's all standard makes, prices right. :H

i, Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ran-. Delayed Material for Viaduct Proceedings of the school board I dresses and boys'blouses, 121-2 cents.Ladies' Mr. Geo. B. Nauman arrived at
St. Augus-: Main Cause of Stopping Work and other communications night gowns, handsomely St. Simon '
Ga. last
,son, at Flagler hospital, are neces- trimmed with embroidery lace. week where he

tine, Sunday, Sept. 1st, a son. From the Miami Metropolis. sarily lack of deferred until next week for worth $1.50, special Monday or, for 98 is now assistant lighthouse keeper.,1'

Mrs.Yelvington, of Holly Hill,wasa From a most reliable source it is space. cents. J. T. Lewis, state inspector of con- 1
recent visitor here with her brother- learned that Mr. Flagler has no in- Miss Susie Gladwin arrived home Another lot worth $1.00, special vict camps, was in town Tuesday and 'l

in-law, Asbury Yelvington, and fam- tention of abandonding his attemptto last week from New York,where she Monday, for 69 cents. Wednesday to inspect the camp at :
: ily. S carry the F. E. C. railway extension spent several months with her brother Ladies' sleeveless undervests, spec- Mims. 'l-

.- through to Key West and stop it R. D. Gladwin. al 12 1-2 cents. __ _
" Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Holmes, from : Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Branning, of it
Sharpes, have been visiting Mrs. G. at Knights key, as has been generally -Regular preaching- services will u beheld Just received a new line of boys' Miami, spent a part of Tuesday and i

,. f W. Scobie and their daugher, Mrs. reported.The at Cocoa next Sunday, Sept. knee pants, with or without blouse. Wednesday of last week with Dr.and ..,
tJ Fred Scobie. suspension of operations southof 15th., by the pastor Rev. W. F. Allen Mail orders promptly filled on any Mrs. Rollins, of Fort Pierce.
Knights key is said to be due almost at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. of the above goods. i
Two little girls have arrived at the entirely to a determination of JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. Judge M. S. Jones was taken ill the .10t.
home of Mr. Mendel, in Porto Rico. the officials to concentrate all workon Mr. G. \V. Hanford resigned his 'Phone No.8.lIACHINERY. first of the week with fever that i

Mrs. Mendel and the twins are getting the north end of the line and com- position with the Florida Extract Co. threatened to be of the malarial .dl

I I along well. plete it through to Knights key, Saturday last, and Mr. Glass, who recently FOR type, but it is hoped it will be over- 1

! Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sooy, of Pennsylvania making it a base of operations. Af- came here from Virginia, has ROAD BUILDINGNow come by timely attention.k.;
been appointed to fill the position
f 4, e are expected to arrive at ter that work on the south end or held by Mr. Hanford. Frank Deppe is spending the sum-

( St. Lucie next Monday to take charge that part of it below Knights keywill Being Put to the Test in St. mer in the Catskill mountains, wherehe
I if, of the club house Kilcaire for the be resumed.By \Ve are headquarters for soda wa- has a position as cake baker and .
winter. carping the road complete to a ters-Vanilla, strawberry, lemon, Lucie CountyFrom is thoroughly pleased with his sur-
t given point it is estimated that time raspberry, chocolate, peach, pineap- the Fort Pierce News. roundings. He says he will spend !
'- ... Mr. Claude McCandless went to
visit friends there and labor will be saved and much of: ple, ginger, sherbet, orange, cocoa W. A. Neal, Jr., of the firm of the winter up there if it does not get ." -
F,.;- Shiloh Tuesday to of the the water transportation, which has cola, cherry, sarsaparilla, grape, banana W..A. Neal & Son, of Atlanta, who too severely cold. ,
before taking charge public
been very difficult to contend wit blackberry,palmo pepsin, root are southern agents for road making
school at Melbourne next week. His The four large smokestacks for the ,1
\ owing to the distance to be covered beer, orangeade lithia, red rock, machines, arrived in Fort Pierce last
friends will miss him at the Banner mills of the Titusville Lumber Co.
and the general condition and class limeade lemonade
phosphates. Friday morning,and,Saturday morn-
i Drug Store. of the boats in use, done away with. BANNER DRUG STORE. ing, in company with R. R. Gladwinand were raised last week and they can .i"

SR R. E. Mims, Jr., of Fort Pierce, Evidence of the fact that Mr. flag- School a force of men, proceeded to Osloto be seen for several miles out on the
opened Monday morning
bay. The big mill will be j
ler has no intention of abandoningthe
Titusville the
was in early part with much enrollment than begin the preliminary work. Mon-
a larger
cutting logs into lumber within r
s this week looking after cattle interests plan to carry the railroad to Key; last and it is predicted that therewill day morning the commissioners wentto up
i. on the east side of the river, hav- West is furnished in the arrival in year be close to 200 pupils attendingthis Oslo to decide on a permanent site the next thirty days. ..

ing recently disposed of his stock to the yard here of the drawbridge, term. Prof. Overstreet is prin- for the operations of the crusher Archdeacon B. F. Brown spent several i".

i the East Coast Cattle Co. which is to connect the Bahia Honda cipal, assisted by Miss Helen Millerin and other machinery, during the days in Titusville last week and '
viaduct. This bridge has been arriv- of work from that held services in St. Gabriels church
period point Mr.
Kuhl the Misses '
left Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. department
grammar ; ;!!
,. '-:'. for Shiloh after spending a few ingjin sections for the past two weeks, Mabel Whittaker and Gertrude Men- Neal now has men getting it in shapeto Sunday both morning and evening. l'
> the last part arriving Saturday and work. This was the first service held here in .
del in the intermediate
days here with Mr. and Mrs. A. N. department, I
Nolle, accompanied by Mr. Kuhl'smother making a total of fourteen cars to be and Miss Susie Teeter in charge of The traction engine and car as wellas this church for some months. Mrs.C. .
who stayed here during his brought here. The bridge is being the primary- the other machinery will be here .J. Denham and her choir furnished 1
Illinois. unloaded at the terminal yard,whereit the latter part of the week and their the singing on these occasions. From ;
l two month's trip to will be held until such time as it i is Among the prominent) guests registered plan is to have the crusher ready to here Mr. Brown left Monday to per '

: Mrs. Scrimgeour left the first of to be erected, which may be two at the Indian River hotel during the pact turn out rock when the engine arrives form the marriage ceremony Tuesday i.

i; this week for New Smyrna. where years or more from now, as it is reported state few days are Edward Chas.Fitzgerald D Clark, special f of so that actual road building can at Cocoa which united the lives of J
prison int'llt'Ctor ,
f t she will spend her vacation of several the company have received the board of state| supervisors of convict commence as soon as the traction is Mr. T. G. Ronald and Miss Maude f'

I weeks with Mrs. C. A. Krulder. notice that they cannot deliver the ramps; H. T. Welch, southern express ready to roll. Hardee. tt
. her absence Miss Susie Glad- steel and iron to be used the via-
During on
route a;!ent: Dr. Walter S. Graham; Conductor Mr. Neal took occasion Saturday
; win is assistant to Postmaster Taylor, duct until that time. B McKver, Bajiipi) :;eniaster M. F morning to drive over the road from Mr. Edward of Fitzgerald, state inspector -
arrived in
This fact alone is considered one of Kilmer, and Postal Clerk C. B. Kingman, jails, Titusville
Fort Pierce to Oslo and he informedthe
rc Sheriff Brown is still the hunt
on Monday night and remained here
the prime reasons why wori on the of the San ford branch railway; S. K
.'. for the negro rapist and will exert News man that very little grad- til Wc nesday. He the
south end of the extension was sus- :Michael, of Oakland, Fla., and his two inspected
' every effort possible to secure this pended it would be useless to sons l'. M. and A_ B of Wabasso, Fla.; ing was necessary in that distance jail here Tuesday and reports that
I i- man. The suspect at St. Augustine as go Wi ham T. Moore,Jacksonville; Dr. B. I.. and the hard surfacing along that everything is in excellent conditionand 'i
ahead with the until such
has been released as it was proven Wilken-on. Nahira, Ga.; O. B. Floyd, (Jr. route would be very cheap, comparedto says it vvv uld be a feather in the
1 he was not the man, although his de- time as it can be carried through land-): Capt L B Bryan, chief detective roads in the other part of the state's cap if every county jail could
scription tallies with that of McFad- without delay. of the A. C- L. 1:).; Capt. John Logan, country. This is the only road he has be kept in like condition. During ;
, den in nearly every particular. The Key West Citizen commentingon city marshal of lakeland, Fla. been over yet, and could not give us Mr. Fitzgerald's stay here Sheriff
the suspension refers to the
uselessness estimate of the cost of grading,
r; Miss Kate Jenkins, of Havana, will of continuing the work on Negro Arrested as an AccessoryFrom any etc. He also stated that the estimates Brown was away hunting the rapist, t;,
but Jailer Waller showed the state
f deliver an address at Georgiana M. the south end until the viaduct at .
few weeks was not too
we ,
St. Augustine Record of Wednl lay. gave ago attention in his
I!t E. church Sunday, Sept. 15th. at 11 Bahia Honda can be built. It says: low for an ordinary road for puttingon inspector every power. '
TIlE STAR acknowledges several ,
Sheriff Brown of Brevard l
: a. m. on missionary work among the "The papers of the state are still county arrived the rock and making a good hard,
here this morning to take in chargJee t' pleasant calls from :Mr. Fitzgerald, j.
t 1 Cubans. This takes the place of the making some long guesses at the substantial road.
James, a 1 to be old
"iippoM'd inplicated who
negro is an newspaper man.
,.. regular monthly service by the past cause of the suspension of the railroad in the criminal assault on Mrs When, the traction engine arrives .
tor, who will be holding quarterly work at this end. We feel con- I>. M. Wa1t rs. The man is dlarg.... witIxingan h and it is looked for this week, it will !
meeting at New Smyrna for the pre- fident that none o* the reasons givenare acres ory before the tact and be immediately put in commission[ i FURNITURE DRY GOODS SHOES

siding elder. alone responsible. though each, 11)11:5face a very Hjrioiis!: accusation lie t and operations will be begun. It was i Post Card Albums :25c to $1.00

t Mrs. W. H. McFarland arrived no doubt, has some bearing upon it. wa arr-ted yesterday by Deputy sheriff first intended to unload and set it uphere I Fruit Jars, Jelly Tumblers
I Sunday for the customary fall and The stringency ot the money market :>'ahate, near IlaruooTi, in the lower part I then run it up the county roadto 1 i Hickory Shirting, blue and brown
of the He found in
I winter stay in Titusville, her return and the consequent high rate of in- a stliou: county.gang, having was been working employ'theie I Oslo; but cn'r>SS the road can be I\ Ice Cream Spoons and Dishes

; here being hastened by ill health, although terest is probably one grt-at factor. but two d' ,- wHpned in ----MF- "' y.!s and a newondge ;i Gas Lamp Chimneys and Mantles ,
she is looking very well. Mr. The fact that the plans of the long I At the dent) the pn:-oii >r w .' tnr.wioxer built before that time it will 1 Globe-Wernicke Elastic Book Cases .
McFarland will arrive about the last bridge at Bahia Honda have been to 'ht'fiff Brown !hv :M.-ntl lVir\ oe taken off at the rock pit and \\orkdown : Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone SI

of October, he continuing with the changed and orders must be pl cd : and IVputv Salute and the i :ii...'r left to Fort Pi"m>.
Wallace shows until the season is for thousands of tons of steel' is I with his *"i- ner.after peiidn:za'iont fifteen' I Mr. Neal ui.in.charge of u.<.- StoveVood

i over, as he has lost considerable time worthy consideration for it i is well '!{ by a Keornl minuteb"'" rvt-i ---.*-n_ ';itijnistated lie was fjiH'-tioned that I work for weeks after thv. :' ..' mi/! I a r., offering It'inch pine stove {
known that the steel mill
: the past summer by ill health, having are now I''la: very clear casv \\ill f established: building begins and it is exlJ\.1 v.. #'\,1 1 tint has never tx-en turi en1 f
r. been in the hospital twice. Mrs. many im:.hs behind in their orders. against James. Sheriff Brown "hows the that the county commissioners ofi 1 tineAll other wood you buy now I

I f Mac is stopping at Indian River hotel. I Thrt" to", at the rate the work train he has town umitr "ince the commission i Dade and Brevard counties will visitI has Ureii U5i |.entined; 23 corns cut .
v-?i\ ' + j
t.i. The flyers CottageMrs. hm-'" been finished long before the that he had been on the move almost continually ,, if it is a profitable investment for ':. +I..i. huW I'.D. 1
i. conn ding links could be made." and he appeared to l lie almost <' those counties. While these official -

Kate Myers has decided to --- -- worn out, his tireless energy! keeping him : are viewing work our own citizens Orange Uox :) .
i change the name of .hor boardinghouse Rollins College Winter, Park, Fla. on the trail. No clews haH been E,. to the Myers t.rttage. This as to location of the tiend the officer work and themselves We are prepared to furnish strictly -
to satisfy -
: see
If anticipate i searching fir, so he had l no new information "
attending college
you : first class boxes at vrv
the cot- orange
: house was formerly Alpine i i as to the abilitv! or inability of
' tage,and i is located oa Hopkins street, this fall do not fail to investigate the negro to impart relative to the pursuit of i, the entire outfit. Any day will do., low priC{:;. Write us before placing : I
where Mrs. Myers will be pleased to Rollins. Delightful location, thor- i for to from your order. We have an elegant line 'J
------ -- they expect keep going{ i
: see all of her old patrons and the ough equipment, fine gymnasium, The Alpine Hotel the start. It is certainly. /ped, of wraps, also cement coated nails. ;
traveling public generally. refined surroundings good boarding 1 throughout the county that the plant EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. ;
1 facilities and all field and Fla. F. A.
water Titusville Losley, man- will build roads and that hinderances Eau Gallie, Fla." '
..' FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. sports. For full particulars and room I ager. On the European planfurn-: will to delay the work. t
reservations address Wm. F. Black-j ished and quick lunch. Cen- appear and Grapefruit Trees
rooms Orange
About 88 acres of good high land on Good roads are what the people of tit
: the east or ocean side of the Induu rivers man, Ph. D. President, Orlando, Fla. I trally located. St. Lucie county want and they in1 iGrown at Shiloh, Fla., on high

the Narrow, described as follows: Lot 1!tend to have them if possible.I hickory hammock. Free from white 1
; JCtion 35, also lot No. 3, section Draying Launch Frances
No. 3, I y fly. One year to two year old buds. J it
1' 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. Draying or hauling of all kinds prompt I Repair Works and Sail Loft from 25 to :35 cents. Carefully '
This land is unimproved but finely lo- ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove To hire or charter, for large or' Prices ':
t' cated. For further particulars address wood for sale at all times.H. small parties, 28 feet, 8 feet beam, All work guaranteed. Guns stock- packed and delivered at Oak Hill \
r ,' E. M. Low.Brockton E. HOLTOV. I cabin and toilet. T. HALL, i and shot guns rebored. 'station. J. W. GRIFFIS, : '

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,ry. lecturing throughout the west. I r SCIENTIFIC I. '

Prouty'a Ownership Address.

Among the various formal addresses' Record Breaking Motor Boat.

heard at the thirtieth annual meetingof At Bridgeport Conn. J, II Hoad-

fiT the American Bar association at ley's motor boat Den, desi-:; ietl and

Portland Me- none attracted more at- built by Herreshoff went through the '

:yiPir tention than that of Charles A. Prou- water under three-quarter pressureat

ty of the interstate commerce commission : the rate of thirty-two miles an hour.

ci.t upon the subject of railway The designer himself drove the craft

r: regulation. He insisted that discussion with only one other person aboard.

of the subject should I begin: with He said after the test that the Den under -

the cleuapprehen- full power with her spray shieldon *

,. sion of the fact would do forty miles au hour. This
that the railway would make her the fastest boat lathe '
;.;;::: s -o-- has come to take

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<' Power From Sun's Rays.
Mfr pr direct tax levy on private property un qua assembly Governor Hughes of rv + 5 public highway and
necessary. He would In a similar New York assumed a position of the .; that some method Frand Shuman. a Philadelphia chemist
a I" E.XECUTIVE I utmost the must be found tot thinks he has solved the old prob-
3su manner extend his Idea to countIc optimism regarding ability
L make It such. lIe lem of converting the sun's heat Into
"'1 and municipalities. lIe declares the of the American people to work out a _

1 :; Cortelyou Eases Money Market. Idea controlling the big corporations remedy for the political and industrial believed that the power. lIe has constructed an apparatus -

.Secretary of the Treasury Cortel- white their ownership rests with prl ills which from time to time beset A-;: government must consisting of a wooden box

.. >' you's plan for relieving the money vate interests absurd and that them. He said he believed that tbe therefore see that 00 by bO feet sunk Into the ground.
says all members of the This is cohered with a double top
moral standards of the American
situation during the crop moving period public ownership will lie the veritable people Charles A. Prouty.
treated with
are glass
public of ordinary hothouse
is that the department shall each salvation of the Is were never more sound than they
country Coxey
ed alike and that the facilities adequate the
are one Inch air space between lay-
j week for a period said to hare amassed considerable are today. "Care In making laws and
o. to the needs of our time. Nevertheless ers. This pace is filled with coIled
m of not less firmness and impartiality in executing
since his famous "mareh"Taft
.' than five weeks them are tbe securities of our peace." ] he does not propose to disturb iron pipes* painted black. These pIpes
? ( Advises Oklahomans. the rights of stockholders and investors witha
contain ether and are connected
deposit funds in He expressed his profound belief in
.. national banksin I In addressing a large gathering at the ability of the people to cure exIst- in the enjoyment of their prop small upright engine. The ether, being

New York, Oklahoma City Secretary Taft took ing evils without disturbing their pros- erty. In his opinion the interstate converted to vapor, passes throughthe
several commerce commission is vested witha three and a half
'i Boston and oth occasion to criticise severely! perity. engine developing
clauses of the new state constitution jurisdiction so tremendous that It horsepower, thence into a condenser
'r. er points the sec which will come before congress for Lawyers Won't Censure Roosevelt cannot properly perform the functions and back again to the hot box. No-

c curity to be required acceptance next winter. lie com- Politics cropped out in the conven- required. lIe thinks it is charged fuel is used, the liquid being con-

.\.. approvedstate tion of the American Bar association with two sets of duties, requiring diverse -
':., Y mented first on the initiative and referendum verted into vapor by the heat of the-

.r;.k' and, municipal railroad clause. hich. he resolution censuring President Roosevelt that these highways are in fact pub-
bonds further than any referendum provision chine will not run In cloudy weather.
t i acceptaWe for commenting upon the trial of lic and must enforce the commerce
tried in state in the
] under the or adopted any to .
t ex- Martyr Experiments.The
1 Union, and thought that to Introduce tbe beef trust case In Illinois a year laws, seeing that rates are reasonableand

+ bUng requirements such a radical change was a doubtful ago and adversely] criticising the presiding enforcing penalties: for violation.On death of Dr. Seneca D. Powell,

? of the de- experiment. lIe also opposed the judge. It was met with numerous -: the other hand, he perceives thatIn a member of the faculty of the Postgraduate -

pit Secretary Cortelyou. partment with objections from all parts of the the near future the operation of the Medical school of New York
clause the consolidation of
t the understanding that if called for forbidding service I hall and President Parker asked the railway must also be undertaken by city Is believed to have been directly

such deposits shall be returned after noncompetini that public union and corpora mover to withdraw it. Then a motionto the government These duties, being due to his experiments in the cause of
lions con-
stating a
p t Jan. 1 next In Installments to lie fixed lay it on the table was carried. largely executive, can best be discharged medical science. In his efforts to dem-
solidation of had done muchto
R I I by the secretary of the treasury. This facilitate railroad railroads transportation" the During the discussion, however, Joseph by a single bead responsIMe to the onstrate that alcohol] was an antidote

{ method is believed to be preferable lIe likewise felt thai B. David of Chicago held that thief executive and answerable to the to carbolic acid the doctor frequently

to waiting until a time of acute stringency country over when the president violated his trustit spur of popular criticism. ThereforeMr. swallowed what would have been a
it would be wrong to restrict the unionof
when a large general deposit and was the duty of the Bar associationto Prouty advocates the creation ofa I fatal dose of the poison and then took
private corporations plant
would be necessary. Mr. Cortelyou criticise him. new body to perform these executive alcohol. Many of these experimentswere

states that he does not make these since combination the of capital combination was justas of The annual address delivered by functions!' in the operation of the railroads made In the presence of classesat

deposits to "come to the relief of the necessary as President Parker however, took strong or to divide the present commission the school where he was an In-
labor. The best be said to reach :
I stock: market," believing that it Is his way, Into two bodies. one of which shall structor.
ground against the centralization theories
the evils of combination of capital was
duty to assist business interests rather he judicial In its functions and the
by antitrust laws and prosecutions.For of President Roosevelt He spoke Candy and Alcohol Similar.
r, than those of the stockbrokers. other etecuthe.
r these reasons be averred that particularly of the president's national Dr. A. C. Abbott, health commissioner -
+ Battleships to the Pacific. u ,., _" and English Clergyman Enters Politics.
if he were a citizen of Oklahoma ne Incorporation proposition admitted of Pennsylvania, has advanced the
I Following the conference of high would vote for the rejection of the that the object was laudable but The Rev It. J_ Campbell, the English theory that "the appetite for alcohol

naval officials with the president or- ] thought that it must Ine'itably"Iolate clergyman who recently caused no little
constitution. The secretary entirely and the appetite for candy are funda-
ders weie issued by Acting Secretary disclaimed] any authority to speak for the constitution and lead toward the stir in theological] circles through mentally the same, the choice of one

of the Navy New berry to hasten all the president regarding the validity destruction of our dual form of government his advocacy what is called the new or the other indulgence] being deter-
preparations for the much discussed inclined to enter the .
14 theology, seems
of the constitution as adopted mined by the temperament of the In-
cruise of the battleship fleet to the Pacific held of politics and has been formally "
Farmers Start Hughes Boom. dividual. In support of this the factis
i coast. He said that the fleet Bryan Answers Roosevelt. invited by the Labor party to contest
Governor of cited that there has been
Hughes New York ha a falling
would sail from Hampton Roads Dec. W. J. Bryan in commenting on the next vacancy In the parliamentary
been receiving cordial welcomes at different off In the amount of alcohol consumedper
15 for San Francisco in command of President Roosevelt's address at Prov- representation of CardIff. In addressing -
In the state where he has during the few
place capita past years
Admiral Evans, expecting to arrive at Incetown In which he proposed the na- a political meeting lately] he declared -
made addresses and the and material increase in the
recently, at a con-
p the destination April 10. a distance of tional incorporation of railroads and his conviction that Socialism Is
Washington county fair he v\as OJHMI sumption of sugar in its various forms" I
13.i72 miles. The big warships will other bodies engaged In Interstate the practical expression of Christianityas
It is further stated that !
Iy cheered as the "next president ot chemkallysagar
y be under steam sixty-three days and commerce, said: "Here is the secret he understands It and that the land
the United and alcohol similar and
Mates. The gonmor'rl'eCh > are ,
spend fifty-two days at target practice.The The states are annoying the corporations question Is at the bottom of most of
has been their physiological action Is In
widely part
quoted as con"
sailing pace will be 10 knots an and the corporations are de the social evils.
' taming sober and sane sentiments, Ht the same, and both to some extent
hour permitting colliers to accompany manding federal protection from state r
i said the way to deal with existing supply the demand for a concentrated
the fleet part of the way. Over 100.000 legislation. The president thinks that
service troubles Saved Her Son's Life and fuel for the
public was to show quick acting body.
tons of coal will be consumed. com- action Is most pressing as regards: I
the eople that no corporate or finan The happiest mother the little Much of the prejudice which formerly
plete machine shop on board the Panther hose corporations which, because in town
will be constantly at hand for re- they are common carriers exercise a cial power has strength to defy their of Ava, Mo., is Mrs.S. Rupee. She writes: i existed against the use of candy bas

pairs. quasi public function. The states have wIIL He said they should not befooled "One year ago my son was down with disappeared, and It is now used, espe- J

been enacting two cent fare laws and by those who say that the cor, such serious lung trouble that our physician Lilly In the form of chocolates, bj i I
Use of Nicknames Barred.
was unable to help him; when, by exhausted business and
laws the porations cannot live under fair regulation men even by
Public Printer Stillings has ordered reducing freight rates and our dragcist'' advice began him
but that, on tbe other hand giving soldiers on the ee of battle. i
that hereafter all employees of the railroad managers demand that they Dr. King's New Discovery, and I soon
he did
not to establish absurd
t government printing office shall address I shall l e relieved from further fear propose noticed improvement. I kept this treatment
l .
s one another with the formal desIgnations of such legislation The president and impossible rules which might prevent up for a few weeks when he was per- Sick Headache

i ")Ir." and "MIs>s" In contradistinction yields to the entreaties of the rail- the corporations from rendering fectly well. lie has worked steadily since This disease is caused by a derangement

to the prevailing custom of roads. If It were the public besought good service lie said tbe last legislature at carpenter work Dr King's New Discovery of the tomacb. Take a dose of

to protect, he would recommend had gone a long way toward providing saved his life." iiuarantred best Chamberlain's Stomach and Iflver Tab.
using nicknames. the cough and cold cure by Titusville Pharmacy lets to this
federal remedies which would necessary machinery for correct disorder and the rick
Cruiser Stands the Test. enabling the state to control these and Banner Drug J;tore. 50c. and headache will disappear. For sale by Titu&ville -
not interfere with state remedies. Rut I
t The cruiser Washington, which his It Is the railroad not the public, that matters, and now be proposed to see $1.00, Trial bottle free. Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store.

e been in commission but a few months s. that It worked well. In conclusion be --
demands the removal of authority to -
a : recently had her final tests under the said:
Washington The It'mn.rat can l>e
supervision of the trial board of the "Let us have it thoroughly under-
depended upon to oppose with all their
navy department with most gratifying might this movement toward centrali stood that a man walks to his political

results her speed record being over zation. If any Democrat wavers his doom who thinks of anything else but A sore throat is a N
21 knots hour and the action of her the
an public welfare in (connection with
constituents should look into his business -
a guns and turrets proving entirely sat- relations to see whether he iunJ..r public office" dangerous malady f' \
Isfactory. She is an almost exact duplicate -
obligations to the railroads. It

] of the cruiser Tennessee' Is fortunate that the people] hare had I SOCIOLOGICALInvestigating 1 but you done need o '

. Submarines Good Sea Boats. an object 1e-.M>no recently The federal .

The naval board of inspection ftnJur'e law topped rebates and passes. 'tie a sock around

> has forwarded to the nay department hut the railroads make more money Age Pensions. "

1 its report on the exhaustive than they did l 1I(>fnrt>. The states on .\ commission bas been appointedby your neck to cure i'LALtARD'

trials of the four submarine torpedo the other hand. give the people a reduction Governor Guild of Massachusettsto

"_ boits-the Octopus Viper. Cuttlefish in rates and those who are receiving investigate the subject of old age
I i
s f and Tarantula-constructed for the the benefit of these reductionswill Insurance and pensions with a view to '

k I government Much attention was detoted II e slow] to surrender tbe advantage establishing: such a system in that ?,

{( to the open ocean trial of the tins far gained" state. V

Viper, which was selected to make a Later Mr Bryan In an interview at Cityward Trend of Negroes. SNOW .

tj I ninety-six hour sea test for the purpose I.iinhi rej'lied to Secretary Taft's Co- In the concluding Installment of Hay a

of determining endurance The Iambus sj Hfohich. he said, was a tauuird Bakers series on foe color! / LINIMENT ..

1. erforuianc-e of the Viper demonstrated disappointment: to those who expected line tit the Vi-wrn-an Migi/iay an explanation -

} that she has a radius of action of "a dear bi'glc- note in favor of re- Is
t given why the negroes; of will cure that throat in short order.Ballard's '
1,000 miles without coming into port fonD On the contrary Bryan characterized ?
f\ he( south
are drifting so rapidly to Snow Liniment penetrates the
pores prom'ting
or communicating; with any other vessel Taft's speech as a "strnd the cities It is that they fool th. lack free circulation, giving the muscles more elasticity.RIEUMATISMCUi'SSPRAINS .

--1., for a i>enod of four daysPOLITICAL. dIe," For iustam-e. on the railroad of schooling! fur their children in tin
'. <|U.-stioa. he notes that Taft does not country and the I Jack of police prote CURES BRUISES,
ads *ate ascertaining the value of the BOUNDS, OLD SORES STIFF JOL'
tion The of 'ITS
dittiiultv keeping: a sup ,
:: h I I Ir rottlI i.cs thi. he sajs. Tart :I"ahs lily of goml ia1n'r Is c.i Using the own BURNS AND ALL PAINS.
,()( lit) new legislation f as to trusts;:
ers of the Dig plantations: to sell off:
"General" New Crusade. and takes the position that a tuonopo'y! mall farms GAVE INSTANT
i Coxey's to the wore thrifty negroes RELIEF.
General J, S. Coxey, who some may not l-e harmful and would give ,
r "tli eiieht of the doubt to the corporntioi Henrv Stone, Provo, Utah writes: "I have used Ballard'a
1: : years ago led a sensational march on instead of the Illegality of the Saloon. Snow Liniment for Neuralgia: Tooth-ache and Sore Throat

F; I i Washington Is now out with a new aKo make much of people Itryan Judge Samuel 1:. Artinan of the Indiana which. upon application gave me instant relief. I can recoin'm

: scheme, the main feature of which Is the fact that cin-u; cotiit. wh,.e decision that nd it a& fating the best Liniment I have ever abed in curing
and operation by the Taft while arguing in support of Inheritance pain caused: from Neuralgia, ttc."
the absorption
; the liquor tratne is unlawful

l. tJ ,tl 1 state of railroads and other welfare.utilities His 1 bj saying and he Is Income not in taxes favor, concluded of adoptIng bas brought him into more than \>,..al PRICE 25c, 50c AND $1.00
to the people's
a necessary either of them prominence. is now on a lecture tour
Taft is
idea is to hare these holdings taken
defending this ,
charged with
over by the states, payment being corning out strong for various decisions ol the hither courts Ballard Snow Liniment Co
government by injunction while
: / made by the issue of long term bonds, nothing about arbitration saying holding: that ]liquor veiling is not a cuu-
and direct
with the 500-502 North
these latter deposited Second
: being election of senators Btitutioi. right; not a moral and not Street
Finally Bryan
federal government In return for ant a natural This be
justified on ST. LOUIS
conservatives -
says object
may ,
t- : Issue of currency to the face value of 'raft's speech pause it admits the ground that the! : saloon does not

) ," t the securities less 1 per cent for the Democratic contentions, but thinks many advance the well being and morality of iswin urnara

{ t' I expense of flotation. He thinks that that real reformer will citizens. Judge Artuiaa does not speak
no find
..J ',,! this loan could be repaid and the entire In it encouragement as a prohibitionist or as a member of Sold and Recommended byStoxo

i.. ,1 expense of the tate met by therevenue any party, but merely as a jurist. His

":r accrnin? from the operationof Governor Hughes Hopeful.In expenses are paid by a syndicate of Indianapolis Tittlsvillo: Pharxnacy And

the public utilities.. thus making a an address before _the Chautau- citizens, and be rec-ci\e no Bannor Drug

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1 1 E The striking telegraphers In the KILLED BY LIVE WIRE. A SCARCITY OF TEACHERS.
Western Union Telegraph office at (Leesburg Commercial)
1f1f :" : Pensacola who left their keys three A Horrible Fatality Occurred In Pen- Superintendent Compton reports SpasmsSt.

\ IN FAIR FLORIDA weeks ago, have returned to work. sacola. that there are several schools In Lake
} j? Vitus' Dance
t An extra early tomato crop will be The Pensacola News of Wednesday county not yet supplied with teachersfor ;

:lkit Is Being Done Towards the Deiclopment a feature of this season if no bad tells of a horrible and fatal accident the coming term. A shortage of Many persons who suf- :

*:' weather sets in to force the plants to a boy of only 15,who was sent to doa teachers exists not only in Lake county fered untold agonies from t

of the Peninsula dangerous piece of linesman's work. but throughout Florida and the en-
backward. Several farmers in the near fits and
tire United States. There Is scarcely epilepsy, spasms,
The story told Is as follows:
;fi; 'yr The dedication occurred last Sun- by trucking districts have already
St.'Titus' Dance to-
+ ..';; day of the new and splendid church planted seed beds and although it is a Peter Farine, a boy about fifteen a county in Florida that has as many are

-. of instantly killed thi3 good teachers as it needs and yet never day well. The strength- : '
edifice years was
':f' recently erected by the Methodist month or more ahead: of the usual age

": .. congregation at Lakeland. planting time, they are expecting goodre5ult. morning about 5 o'clock" by coming in In the history of the State were ening influence of Dr.liles' .
:, :).-Miami Record. contact with a live wire at the corner eachers salaries as high: and terms as Nervine upon the .

r While endeavoring to Jump aboard of Palafox and Wright streets. long as they are now, and they continue ,

:> a moving Florida East Coast train Mr. W. A. Evans has now in port When the live wire was encounteredthe to increase every year. But salaries shattered nerves having .

bound for Pablo Beach, :ct the Jackson- ,the steamship Montauk loading 2,500- only exclamation from the young and length of terms are not yet sufficient restored them to perfect .

ville viaduct station Sunday morning, 000 feet of lumber for Montreal, Can- :man was that of a piercing scream buts to permit the profession of teaching health.

Theodore Vann, a boy twelve years old ada; the bark H. G. Johnson, loading i i from a money-making standpointto ''
the deadly wire seared into the 1 endured agony that words can-
; fell under the wheels which crushed 1,000,000 feet; the schooner Wm. E. hold Its own with other kinds of not express from St. Vitus' dance.
flesh burning Its to the bone
way which followed a very severe spell of
both his legs. He was hurriedly rail Bowen, Jr., loading 550,000 feet for and encircling the body of its victim business. The truth is that salaries rheumatism. I doctored with a phy-
Snoved to St. Luke's hospital where he Wilmington Del. He has also under sician; but the more I took of his med
in all kinds of labor are running high
his cries gradually ceased and a shades icine the worse I got. My mother's devotion -

[)::, died shortly afterwards. charter and due here the following ves- went through the cooked and lifeless and the demond for laborers is greatin almost saved heart-broken me. After as she Tell had as become physically -

,)' The city council of Tampa has raised sels: Steamship Andoni to load 2,500.- frame.. almost every kind of work. This is exhausted from constant procured care.
by the advice of a neighbor she
iF._ the saloon license in that burg from 000 feet for Montreal; steamship Ma- All was over, then, ?nd helpers superintending one cause for the shortage of teachers, a bottle of Dr. Miles' Nervine. From
nette to load 1,200.000 feet for Colon; the first dose to the last a continual .
k $500 to $750. This, with the State the work went to workto but there is another-the people are change for the better was noticable. -
the schooler Lulie P. Pollard, to load and when I had taken eleven bottlesI
,1 demanding a better class of teachers
tax of $500 and the county tax of $500 free the body. It was dangerous was well, and In robust health." yr

makes a total of $1,750 Tampa saloon i it 400,000 feet for Philadelphia; schooner work to go about this duty, however than they ever demanded before, and EDWARD D. REAM.

,t" glen have to pay as a tax'before they I Nimbus, to load 700,000 feet for 1 and in trying to get the lifeless body school authorities hesitate to employany North Manchester Indian 4
Our little boy Harry, had
New York the schooner Henry B. i spasms 4
(- can carry on business. ; I from the entangled wire some others but the best they can get. Examinations for three years and although we doctored
Fiske to load 625,000 feet for Boston : with many physicians he con
I are not more difficult in Florida -
Y' the fate. ftwas
Lumber exoorts from the port of came near meeting same tinued to grow worse until he had tea
; schooner David Baird to load 450,000 therefore to telephoneto than they were ten years ago, but spasms in one week. About that time
, Jacksonville for the month of August feet for Wilmington. Fernandina our attention was called to Dr. Miles'
headquarters to shut off the current the ability to pass an examinationdoes Nervine. We began giving It to him.
were unusually small, amounting to Ills
News. Improvement seemed slow but
cnly $27,000 In value. The imports until the body could be released. This not always make a competent when he had finished the fourth bottle -

was done immediately and the lifeless teacher and"the masses of people are the spasms had disappeared, and ,
during August consisting mainly of Worked Like a CharmMr. have not been seen now for years. W
body of the little fellow was carefully finding it out. Consequently they are shall always recommend Dr. Miles'
: leaf tobacco, cocoanuts, seeds, etc. D. N. Walker editor of that spicy Nervlne."
demanding teachers with real teaching
lifted from where he met death and MRS. BELLB M. TINDALU
amounting to $6,883,83. journal, the Enterprise, Louisa, Va., says: and with real inherent Hastings Neb.
"I ran a nail in foot last week and at placed upon the ground where It was ability powerto
The second primary for the nomination Dr. Miles' Nervine I sold
control. Furthermore the peopleare by your
I Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. No
once applied viewed by the coroner. druggist who will guarantee that the '
I of officers of the new Criminal inflammation followed; the salve simply The boy met his death on the roof learning better than to accept first bottle will Denefit. If It fails, h.
Court of Record was held throughout healed the wound." Heals every sore, selected the influenceof will refund your money. l
teachers through
I of the house which Is being moved
Dade county Tuesday, resulting In the bnrn and skin disease. Guaranteed at Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind Y
favoritism politics.
relatives or
Titusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug on Wright street. Once more thereIs Yt
election of F. B. Stoneman, editor of -
Store. "5e. being made an attempt to get the I
the Miami Evening Record as judge A Dandy for Burns
.unsightly building out of the way, and
and H. P. Branning of West Palm Drowned in the St. Johns.A Dr. Bergin, Pana, 111., writes: "I have "
at least get it out of the street lines. A
Beach as solicitor. used Ballard's Snow Liniment; always The Most Valuable Set of Yacht and BfHJI'i
terrible drowning accident occur. gang of workmen labored through the recommended it to my friends, as I am Building Book ever Published. f,

The thousands of beautiful water red on the St. Johns River at Jack night and at 5 o'clock or thereabout confident there is no better made. 'It is RUDDERHOWTO t f

oak shade trees about DeLand have sonville about 10 o'clock Saturday this morning electricians were asked a dandy for burn.' Those who live on

made magnificent growths 'since the morning when Edward Winner, chief for to cut or hoist intersecting electric dental farms are cut especially, burns, bruises liable to, which many acci-heal BOOKS 'f

summer rains set in. They are one clerk at the Duval Hotel and Misses wires so that the house would pass un- rapidly when Ballard's Snow Liniment is Over joco boat have been buSt from the fines
printed in these books-Successfully sailed tat F
of the city's greatest attractions. It Lilian and Bertha Ballum of New York derneath. Young Farlne was one of applied. It should always be kept in the every clime and upon every sea-Full detail s

makes the prettiest shade tree grown employees at hte hotel, lost their lives. the electricians who was sent to the house for cases of emergency." :?;jc., 50c. drawing of all parts, showing what it is and
I bow ti make it-Text extremely simple
and $1.00. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy
; in the South, and remains green and As told by the Times-Union the story roof of the structure with instructionsto
and Banner Drug Store. HOW TO BUILD A RACER fOR $50
luxuriant the year round. Some of ii. as follows: make the way clear for the building W toot ic.w ntboct Lurk,ear l.IwiU.fnnet.H hat)
iwcep; good racing" 1.0.1 foe a boy to lean III.tntuxm I*.
these trees have been planted twenty- "A jolly party from the Duval hotel, to pass. It was while following out Suit Against Times-Union HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK

five years, and they are now immense. composed of five gentlemen and four these instructions as best he knew Constable Higginbotham has entered ibo&l A r.t-t tine boat tllU for_mUmum...T> rfiil uilmg mb-tmt or knock barn;;II tloxp[ about oe er b

They are worth many thousands of dollarS ladies, started out on the river last how when he met death in the horrible I suit against the Jacksonville Times- ng t tull piaaa aa J pirt..<..of completed komto.

to any town.-DeLand Record. night for a delightful launch ride. : HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
manner described. There was a
Union for $ ,OOO alleging misrepresentation Mort --r.l wiLt markmr ever teKfa a pnrinixr
A valuable express package came in which ended fatally for the three nam cessation, of the work of course, but and injury to character and to. *..in&;Ame. ,...a..ud Aulrmli; a.r to build i..a.

on the steamship Miami yesterday and ed. The boat was secured from Mr. after the body had been removed work general reputation. Several monthsago HOW TO GUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH r

is now held here awaiting the arrivalof Jim Smith of this city, but he would was resumed. Mr. Higginbothan engaged in an ..aU Simple for_and.iUumotor.prartirel""B. Nmni<< h.rl.eoatnet.l.od ether,laDe.

Its owner. The package consistsof not let his launch go out unless he accompanied Those who were present stated that altercation with the proprietor of one HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA
fine all anrniMl mrimv boat; good cabia; .mil.*
eighteen canines, large, small the boat as engineer. This young Farine did not intend to touch of the cheap joints on West Bay street .iler; ....t.bIe tor.tu low wt-r*.

streaked and striped, and the dogs was consented to, and the party left the wire which caused his death, or at and the Times-Union devoted a column HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP
i A drw little M Jiag boat with ud.rat..wrba.g.mac
have been making things joyous ever the Main street pier with a happy least that was the way it impressedthem. or eo each day under great headlinesto small ail ..

since their arival here. Rose Strick- party on board. The boat went for They stated that he stooped the matter. The reporter got Mr. HOW Easy TO to h.da.ererrtbmt.tr.ight BUILD A FLATTIE;jolt OR the SHARPIE nrnft for a bo;

V :iand. owner of the pups is held in several miles down the river and returned under: the deadly wire and was reacn- Higginbotham mixed up with anotherman tobegiawitaiCaavetniiltwclteaplr.eitBcralooporcatnaHOW

quarantine at the station in Havana to the dock. Several of the ing for another one when the rear of who bears the same name and complete. TO BUILD.devnpboa A MOCEL kvw to baud YACHT a model;aiao n..

and his written a ,long letter of instructions party decided that it was too early his body posslblhis neck, struck the referred at length to what he ,believedwas it aLa ..... ia ml uf uodcia. i

to the agent at this place but Mr. Billy Brazil and two of the deadly wire. The latter carried the the record of the man under ar PRICE $1. EACH

regarding the care of her pets. The young ladies got out, and the rest of current to an electric arc light which rest.-Fernandina Record. PIItPAID .T tapatse ANYWHERE

dogs are all trained for show purposes the party decided to have another ride hung near and the tragedy was over Bound in cloth-Cold lettering-Size of pug>.

and have been giving performances In on the beautiful and placid St Johns in a moment for as soon as the live Found At LastJ. 9 by ia inches-Large,clearly-drawn plans.

Cuba for several months. Their owner i The boat turned around and started wire struck the bare flesh the deadly A. Harmon, of Lizemore, Wl'St'a.., THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

will arive here on the next boat ana down the river. Owing to the extreme work commenced and the boy's life says: "At last I have found the perfect i MUHHAT STRUT NEW You. U. S. A

pill that never disappoints me; and for s"rl 'stal for Catalogue of Books for J Jtcckrtmo.
,may gi"e'a performance here.-Miami warm weather two members of the was snuffed out in short order. The .'
the benefit of others afflicted with torpid a Library '
Record. party went out and sat on the canopy flesh all over the body was badly burn liver and chronic constipation, will say,

Capt. Geo. E. Andrews arrived in top and after being up there for awhile ed even the finger nails suffering from take Dr. King's* New Life Pills." Guaranteed -
the others to satisfactory. 25c. at Banner Drug
they requested the current which was of an extra
his fine
Pierce with
Fort Wednesday
Store and Titusville Pharmacy.A > Ferry bet's ,
autoboat, Messenger, on his way from come on top, too. Finally three of high voltage on account of having tc are not an expert -
the young ladies and Mr. Edward Win furnish the arc light illuminant. man may preserve his dignity in alcohol, s ment,but with proper cultivation ,wr.7
Eau Gallic to Walton. The Messenger ,thry assure sncress
knows what he is doinz.
ner went up and sat down on the edgeof but nobody else frock the start. l">ers have nodonMs
was built in the North under the per. at planting nor UsappointmenU -
J Andrewsand the top and in a few minutes be- Long Trip After Fugitive. at harvest. Get +t fr
sonal supervision of Capt. ,
fore anyone could sounl the alarm of (Pensacola Journal.) DOCTORS* MISTAKES
is one of the finest boats every
warning the boat careened to one side Are said often to be buried six feet under
brought to Indian River. Long and Eight thousand miles for Sam Sunday y
ground. But many times women on
and sank stern foremost, upsetting
lean yet roomy enough to accommodate colored, charged with being the their family physicians suffering as they
'he occupants of the boat into the rh
equipped with a imagine one fromdyslI'psia.another from
twenty people, :
er. While the members of the party proprietor of a gambling house, is the heart. disease another from liver or kidney I for bluest, surest, best crops Vat /
30 horse power Fay & Bowen motorof all dealer*. Famous for over
were in the water struggling frantically trip which Sheriff Van Pelt started on disease, another from nervous pros- jnyrar*. I'J07 Kaed Annual d
the latest pattern she is able to do tration, another with pain here and there, free on request
for aid and screaming for assst night when he boarded th
18 miles and better per hour. She cost and in this way they present alike to D. M. FERRY & CO..
ante, Mr. Edward Winner cried ")Ia. northbound themselves and their easy-going or over- Detroit,Mich.
her owner a near: $3,000 but at Palm train at the union depotat
for which
mie, my God I can't swim!" and sank busy doctor, separate diseases
Beach the coming winter she will lure 10:30 o'clock His point of destlna he assuming them to be such prescribeshis
teneath the surface and was never pills and potions. In reality,they are
enough dollars from the tourists to tion is Los Angeles Cal. where Sunday 50 YEARS'
seen to rise again. Misses Lillian all only tympinins caused by some uterine
make a handsome return on the invest disease. The'V >j icUn.,>>0 norant of the EXPERIENCE
Andrews is a pioneer gas I and Bertha Ballum, after struggling is under arrest and willing to return cause of suffering K\rps uplh ment. Capt
about in the water, finally exhausted without requisition papers.The : utll.ue! bill are III de. T frring
engine operator and yachtsman and patient gets no bt'tte Aa the
his new boat the smoothest their efforts and were alx drowned journey is the longest eve w rung treatment, but probably worse. ,, I 1LiIE
pronounces before aid could reach them." rj-opyr \1icinf i likf TfryT'ip rl'I" FJln'
article in her line he has ever han- made by an officer of this county after frY.->cr.i : ,n. it'trr/-/; tit tfrf WOUI t
-- Kiv ifyrvK' r j" j J-' 1'vjt'''..a"**, tereI -
dled.-Fort Pierce Tribune. Tty: Bodies of Edwin Winner and th> a fugitive from ju Uce, and whi requite I b>'uisi ilTug airChose\fi:>easing: symp- TRADE MARKS

The Elks' Club House on west side Misses Lillian and Bertha Ballum, the about one week of steady uav i I prolonged',. .;.:., and misery.instituting It has comfort been instead well! said of, DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS

lake DeSoto presents, in its finished three young people who were dro\\; 'J_; cling not counting the time to be con. I that "a disease kn'wn t- half cu'c ." "l"Ynn.ntJlnif atketrh and dwcriptHW Ac mat

condition, an imposing appearance. It from launch in the St. Johns rive sunud in Gauging: ; cars and necessary: lr. Pierces t'avuru ,criplion u a 'elf 1 n* :rt n nr <'. "n free whether an
a ,,.
; CommunioncnnBdentl
scientific medicine, carefully >v '1 by niv' mtinIIprohablYp.tetdahte. -
is pleasantly located on the lake, with lest Saturday nightvere recovered for lest after reaching the California I an experienced and skillful puy. :'. "' .", ,f,T..".. "'M/ f.t aeenrv i'.cur lT.ra wcurnitf 1'. ken patents.Patentspent !

wide verandas reaching all the way Sunr' morning. They werrfirst Citj. and adapted to woman's delicate system.It .5 ik' R tbrouvti Jlnnu A c'Vo re-tve
early :
is made of native American medicinal afe.'.1&"writer without three In theAmerican.
jound the building, with plenty of yard si?!'ted > y Captain Chichester ot Sunday, who is wanted here was roots and i* prftl y h arml*"** f n Its '

space on either side und back, the the !- 'e;.rm'r Iroquois.Chamberlain's arrested about a ear ago upon the efoot in ;Hit/ roII.l'pt r,r II'J.- \\ej'\i\r? Sc usic{ .
havbeen F A handsomely lllo t" ". 1 w.-.>li;. t.aree t Mr-
location that could gambling charge and bond for -
gave "
pleasantest As powerful Invigorating tonic Fa.- cnmtH of an.OR -n '011.
found anywhere for the buildingof Cough Remedy One of his appearance for trial. Bond was vorite l'r(' ription" imparts strength to TWIT: f"ar months,H wild 0 0" 'e.I.el"' : :

E" Is proudof fixed in the of .)) the whole system and to the organs distinct MUNN & CO.361Broild'UJ.lj r ork ft
such a home. Every : the Best on the MarketFor sum '- \ and two parties I .y ninine in particular. For overworked Brancn O3tc KS Y ?t. Wuhiiwloo..1>.t.
this handsome structure and all cit- stood security for the amount. A .W'lrD-Out," run- own." debilitated -

izens as well. The ii.ag: : has been Remedy many has years constantly Chamberlain's gained in Cong faro few weeks afterwards Sinday disappeared seamstresses teachers, "shop-girls., milliners" houe-keepers dressmakers,, KILL THE COUCHAND 1

completed with the exrvption of a few and popularity until it is now one of the and was not again; heard of until nursing mothers, and i> 111tt women generally

minor Beta:: We hope in a short most !staple medicines in use and has an last week when it was learned thai Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription CURE THE LUNGS
i is the greatest earthly boon b>-i'i2 unequaled _
building enormous alt'. It is intended especially he in Los Angeles. In the cordial! 1
time to have this handsome was meantime as an appetizing a; restorative
for acute throat and lunirdisea.-es: ench as
tonic. WITH
for the receptionof the bond had been ordered forfeited Dr. King'sNew -
and ready
furnished void. and and
coughs, crimp, van ways As a soothing and strengthening nerr-
members and t }(visiting brothers. l he depended upon. U is plea iit anti and the amount collected from the ine "Favorite I're:-cription"is un.-quaYI"d

building is of artificial stone and safe to t..ke and ii undoubtedly) the best bondsmen.By and is invaluable in allaying and subduing
The in the market for the for which nervous excitability, irritability, Discovery
conveniences, purges returning the fugitive; to the exhaustion
fitted with all modern it is intended. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy I nervous nervous prostration,

and was built, and will be furnished, at and Banner Drug Store.C.4.S'X'OHJA.. county the bondsmen mill secure the neuralgia. and, hysteria other distressing spasms fct, nervous Vitus'sdance Price r

an expense of about 1000. Lake City returning of the amount paid out on symptoms commonly attendant upon FOR CONSUMPTION 50c&$1.00

does things by halves, as the : the bond, and consequently they arewilling functional and organic disease of the Free Trial.
never uterus. It induces refreshing sleep and
handsome buildings scattered over our Bun the Have A'lrars Bc::;!:fega I to expend a good sum in expenses relieves mental anxiety and despondency.Dr. Guaranteed for all THROAT and

little city will tt'Stif-Lake tare al to have the man brought backto Pif>rre's Pleasant Pellets invigorate LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY
teautiful G the stomach, liver and bowels. One to BACK.
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THE FLORIDA STABEnteredmtthepostpffieeatTitnrrilleas I For many years the fast service hast'
r Y- WOMEN -f 1
been puton during the winter months. TALK TO WOMEN E I

l The passenger traffic men deny that I
\ iecond-clus mail matter. About
; ; such a deal is on foot and point out Peruna."t

'_ Ellli B. Wager, Jldltorand Publisher. where it would be folly for the rail-

roads to cut out their special tourist '
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: p t \ trains. ,.-

The passenger traffic representa-
41 **? It must be clearly understood that neither
: i. THE STAB nor its editor is responsible for tives say they cannot credit the re- jt

r _' opinions expressed by correspondents.. port for many reasons. They cannotsee jf
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rt.V how the heavy northern travel
Our Pure Food Law
could be handled without the tourist

The pure food law,which became specials. Last season they had trouble -

;" constructively effective the first day enough handling the traffic. To '

,t ,:',; of September has had no perceptible take off the special trains would make
3: F f' effect in Florida but it is only be-
yet, it almost impossible to handle the
-' t : the food and drug inspectorhas .
: cause heavy winter rush to Florida. .Y.I qr
not the faculty of dispersing him-
The special trains are the best pay-
' self to all places and at once in the ing trains on the road the railroadmen

discharge of his duties. claim.

r 4 i..." The first day of the month Worth I-

}".;: W. Trammell was commissioned as General Robert E. Lee : '- _ _

; 't' '. food and drug inspector under the was the create general the world has /
known. Ballard's '
ever Snow Linimentis .
--S recently enacted law. There was a the greatest: liniment. Quickly cures ? 1 ::

,1: s- change of position in the office of the all pains.. It is within the reach of alL

a I r# state chemist in to the demands T. II. Pointer, Henipstead,Texas write:
response "This is to certify that Bollard's Snow .. ... ..
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oY > of the law, and thereorganization Liniment has been used in my householdfor ; W A -

i now appears as follows: State tears and has been found to be an excellent MRS. McGOl'Glt S. MRS. NELSON.
{ V liniment for rheumatic pains. I Headache and Backache.Mrs. .
-se r chemist and chief of the department,
S : am without it. Sold Titusville
by Mrs. Wilda Mooers, R. F. D. 1, i
r T1 R. E. Rose; assistant chemist, B. H. Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store Mrs. M.MoGongh, 219 W.53rd street, Lents, Ore., member Order of Wash- \ .Tressie Nelson,609 N. 5th Ave..
"t -" New York,N.Y., writes: Nashville, Tenn.,writes:
i Bridges, who will be food analyst; ington, writes: <
Politics in Dade "I gladly add my mite of praise to "For MAs Peruna has done me a world ot
the four I
A. M. Henry, analyst of stock feeds past years was a |
; I feel in bound to tell of it,
Pcruna for what it has done for me. good duty
t?: inspector of stock feeds, J. Hampton Guy Metcalf,known as the best political Two years ago a depressed feeling took wretched woman suffering with i in hopes that it may meet the eye of
manager in the state, having troubles peculiar to my sex,causing | some woman who has suffered.I did.
Jones; food and drug inspector, hold of me. My back and sides ached severe backache and bearing down (
x: achieved and in the stomach out of For five years 1 really did not know
-4 success notoriety continually. My got '
Worth W. Trammell. and weak and
pains leaving me so
what a perfectly well day was, and if 1
I could not hold
order so that at times a
Broward-Stockton-Barrs campaign, weary that it was only with dif- did
( not have headache
had backacheor
? glass of cold water. I didn'Uike to eat, ficulty that I was able to attend to i
& The Oak Hill-Shiloh Road in Tallahassee last .
y was Saturday.This afraid that my stomach would get sick. my household duties. I used different -| a pain somewhere and really life was
r No objection having been filed with is the second trip of Mr. Met- 1 hare been ing Peruna for the three remedies and injections, but < not worth the effort 1 made to keep
calf to the capital during the past months and now I feel as well as had tried going."A .
the board of county commissioners of past found no relief until I
lever did. My stomach Is as strongas good friend advised me to use
few days, and there was a rumor that Peruna. Within two weeks there<
1' Volusia county to the opening of a ever and my nervous troubles have Peruna and 1 was glad to try anything,
: i road from Oak Hill he was here in conference with R. disappeared 1 keep recommending was a complete change for the\
new postoffice to better and in less than three monthsI i and I am very pleased to say that six
- Shiloh, the same has been declared a Hudson Burr, the conclusion being Peruna to my friends who are troubledas was a well and happy woman and bottles made m new woman of me
I was,and I have been thanked for and I have no more pains and life looks
S public road along the following metes that Mr. Metcalf is to manage the doing so." | all the praise Is due to Peruna." bright again." :
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and bounds, to wit: Starting at a Burr candidacy for governor. Mr. ,.-- -, WWWWWj '"
the road Metcalf parried the question and said
,' point on present county from The above testimonials represent actual experience of every-day life. They are the truthful utterance of f
; the railway station at Oak Hill to- that Dade county, which is the larg-
women who have been ill and have found a reliable remedy in Peruna.It .
wards New Smyrna, said point being est county in the state, would have a means a great deal to the women of America who have at hand a remedy capable of performing such

4 .. j t about 340 feet from the section cora prohibition election at a near date, cures. Nervousness,backache, dyspepsia, headache,melancholy,bearing down pains. All these and a host of

ner between sections 5 and 6, Tp. 19 the county commissioners having so other symptoms are relieved by Peruna. At least this is what the women say. They have no object in saying

i S., R. 35 'E.; from said point in a ordered it at their last meeting. such things, except to render truthful testimony to their sobering sisters.

southerly direction to a point near This election will be of more inter- The reader will note by reading these testimonials that in most cases other remedies were tried, doctors

I the intersection of the Pablo Rossette est than the usual county prohibition were consulted, and finally Peruna came to their rescue and made them well again.

Grant and the southwest corner of election. Palm Beach, the million- Peruna is making such cures every day. It is the testimony of the people that has made Peruna so justly

the SEl-4 of the SE1-4 of the SW14of aire resort.'is located in Dade county. famous
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section 8 S. R. 35 During the last session of the legisla- -
Tp.19, east, the Suffered Thirteen Years. Headache and Deafness.Mrs. A Severe Cold.
same being in a straight line thence ture there was an attempt to have
Mrs.Anna Munden,Hollygrove,Ark., .Mary E.Sampson,Londonderry, I Miss Marie Calvin, 937 Main street,
I nearly south about one-quarter mile, the county divided, one of the argu- writes: 2?. H.,writes: Cincinnati,Ohio, writes:

to a point on the old county road, ments used by the divisionists being "I suffered with female troubles for "I had terrible headaches, both ears "I caught a cold coming home froman

(_5 ;- from which point the road is nearly that the millionaire clubs between thirteen years. run and I was nervous all the time, was evening party and as I did not pay-

t ,, straight to Shiloh. much gambling and drinking did ren- "! saw an advertisement of your oed in one ear for thirty years. I took particular attention to it, I quickly became
- der life to law abiding inhabitantsboth Peruna anti bought one bottle and before six bottles Peruna andoneof Manalin, worse and found myself in a
I had taken it all I could get out of and am happy to say that it is the best serious condition."I .
The Tourist
Question heathenish and unseemly hence
t; ; bed and walk about. medicine that I ever heard of. I am not took Peruna and it brought me Immediate *
From the Savannah Daily Xews. did they desire to withdraw them "After taking three bottles I was as so nervous, my appetite is good, everything r lier. Within a week I was

It has been learned on good author- from that part of the county occupiedby well and hearty as ever and gained in I eat agrees with me, and I am cured and now whenever 1 feel badly

ity that the Southern and Seaboard Palm Beach. Mr. Metcalf asserts esh. ; would not be without it." feeling better in every way." Peruna will set things right.

have decided to discontinue their win- that it is the prevalent belief that ----- --
ter tourist trains from the north to the county will vote whiskey out. If TROUBLE IN TALLAHASSEE. LAUNCH SUPPLIES

= Florida if the Coast line will join the the people are this much in earnest, Bloxham Rifles Called Out to Protecta !

i I agreement. it may be difficult for the resortersto
Prisoner.A I
Y It was stated that the proposition have their rare vintages flow at
dispatch from Tallahassee to the !|
' has been laid before the officials oft the Poinciana and Beach club duringthe
Savannah Xews of Wednesday says: i II,
I { the Coast line and the matter is now forthcoming winter months. 'I
The I3Io\ham Rifles were called out
I .being seriously considered. It is be-
tonight order of GOroward,
To all of the above upon
lieved in the the Miami Rec-
event the Coast line en- subject to the call of Sheriff Hopkins ,

ters into the agreement, and the ord replies as follows: to protect the jail incarcerating the

three roads fail to"put on the tourist "The purpose of Metcalf visit to person of Cohen Simms a negro who '

4' trains this fall and winter the tourist Tallahassee was entirely misled. came in today and surrendered stating -

4 business will be seriously! affected. It "He was at the capital for the pur- that he had killed the deputy sheriff ,

.' would be a blow to tourist travel that pose of trying to thwart the will of from Cairo Ga.

'' : would be materially felt at all of the the people of Dade county as overwhelmingly The negro went first to the office of

I e ,i coast winter resorts that are touched expressed in a recent pri- Attorney Hodges stating that the dep-

1 by them. mary. uty and posse had assaulted him at
"Other men from this county who his home while searching for Charlie I
j '4 Various reasons are given for the
have been in Tallahassee within the Williams another negro who killed the I
! I r k determination of the railroads to takes
tr sheriff of the Georgia county in which
past two weeks on the same errandare
off the fast
through trains
I principal Monarch Carburettor Monarch
i Cairo is located. Williams! was not Check Valve
H. B. Saunders Jr. and
among reasons being that these located but it is believed that he was Prier Price

[ ; trains are not money makers. First Frohock. concealed at the house of Simms. I 3-1 inch, S10.00 3-4 inch, SI JO

I the cost of equipping these trains is Letter to W. S. Branning Simms saw that the white people 1 11.00 1 2.00

;. t' very great and their maintenance is Tit.i ville, Fla. were enraged and he thought his life I 11-1 12.00 11-4" 2.50
We have nice line of Gas
a Engine Supplies.
I., I an additional expense that has to be I)ear Sir If a custoim Wantsdo you in jeopardy. He was locked in jail j : Write usIEAST

' \ i met. The trains require full crews give him $7VSuppose yon; !.houlJ JI\'ar..r(neof yonrin and the military onlere I COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY

i r I! the same as the local trains and yet, tomrn.doins: a thing like that and not knowing Sheriff Hopkins left early this morn

i l! t :1 it is claimed it is not infrequent that wants it.Iiunt, what wimM? J-IHI say nest time he ing for Moccasin Gap. eighteen miles: :H

, } a through trip is made with practically We'll venture half your men are loins that from Tallahassee, near: the Georgia
j -
: very thing: without a !'ii"i>u'ion line where the killing occurred. They Ball IA I
ly train. The obvious
an empty Play
.4 reason Men who paint any other paint than Devise
missed the who
b t r the railroad men say, is that the are payi"2z7:' + for?i.50 or "-nnother such Simms on road was
figure 10 gallons; lK voc 1-1 enough fur a gllt on his way to sarrend"r at the time.Sheriff .
businessdoesn'tjustifthecharacterIl sire house two coat:. 15: or'M i .n"t tai much
I of service the roads have been giving. of another paint. There's $ :7"; or $17oOfi r Hopkins has not yet returned.
5 or 10 extra gallons In-side f:i to ill a gallon The towns is in a state of expectancy.
!r 'i 1 Another reason assigned is that the for putting: it on;that'$10 to S4'I. That's how It is reported that a mob is on
in fast trains have half the houses stores factories, war'biwws.
right of Complete Line of
way overall
shops barus. f"neeare; painted. f50' for paint the way to take Simms.
i the others including perishable and lalmn $:.*:> to $.iO more for not knowing --- -

; r I. freight. In this way it is argued what The paint one to to put put on.on is the paint that takes Weekly Weather Keport. SJ.A.: .ITI: :..aDI1vc-'S:
least gallons and makes least hills JUPITER Fn.. Spt. In. lW 7.
It. .r f much of the produce and meats per- fornamt.
and labor. : Comparative statement of temperatures
' ? :, ish and the consequence is the roads Yours truly, and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. BASE BALL GOODSCarried

,:'= : have to pay the damage. 40 F. \V DEVOK&'CO, I 19V7 1< WPATE.
t j P. S. Jas. Pritchard A Son sell M\X. MIN >UMIV
our paint.
?. ;| It has been suggested that this is aa' -- Sept. 4. &S 75 *i 7'!. by ,
' the of the railroads .*. 5. M 77 "H 7 9
:| ruse on part to
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.1'..!. t U'I| tinue influence trains legislation.that mean If a they great discon-deal CASTOR I '.... 11 9.7.\. !*8;t 74 72 74 's7"9* 74 76 7;; The H. & W. B. DREW CO.

For Infant and
'. i to the section of the country through Children. ** 10. 5'a W W 76
Total rainfall for the week .31 inches Distributors for Florida
The Kind You
. ...; \ which the lines run the idea is that Hare Always BoughtBears Departure rainfall for the week minus 214

l the people would be ready to modify inches. JACKSONVILLE
theSignature Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus FLORIDASend
_-- ; their sentiments against the roads in of kw 15.47 inches.

.j I i f order to get the old service restored. H.Official P.HARDIV in Charge. for catalogue and samples for uniforms

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MlIPi'OOiEDIHGS OF THE Report on Fine and Forfeiture Fund of 190& Each Spanish made Tampa TIME IS MONEY't '

x Titnsville, Fla., August 15th, 1907. cigar bears the label-guarantee of the

Jf COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Hon. Board of County Commissioners Brevard County Florida Gentlemen: Chamber of Commerce. We do not ;

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't' manufacture machine-Trade cigars. Al'are f
+ ta:. As per your request at last regular meeting, I herewith beg leave to submit the
+:w': The Brevard county commissioners following statement of the fine and forfeiture fund from NOT. 18th, when I became made by hand in the old fashioned "

. 1$ county treasurer, np to and including the year 1906, that is for the fiscal year ending Spanish way as will be shown In M-- \ti
: ff: .' met at the court house in.Titusville, Dec. 31st, 1906, showing the receipts from hire of state and county convicts, also the Tampa's pavilion at the Tobacco Show. "

. Sept. 2, lOO,at 2:00 p. m. Present, receipts from other sources and the expenses of said fund. S'o cigarettes are made In Tampa.

.; '. .t R.-A. Conkling, chairman; J. M. Os- Receipts from Receipts from Expense ofF.&F.Fd Convict Money There are three cigar box factories :iI
YEAR Hire of State Other Sources Not Used
.az ban, T. A. Robinson and T. J. Cock- and County In Tam one of which covers two 1
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..7's. utt with A. A. Stewart,clerk;J. P. Convicts whole city blocks,.employs 350 hands

Brown, sheriff. 1597---------------------- $ .00 $0 25357 $ 11683 and turns out 22,000 bc:.<<:'s a day. : 1

IS)8u__________________ .00 1,01729 1,15383: "But there other industries
The are great -
minutes of the last meetingof 1899______________________ 8544 2,66308 2,449.02
the board were read and approved. 900._____________________ 6!).60 2,021S 2,319.83 In Tampa, as, for instance, the

; Moved byTe J.Cockshutt secondedby 901.____________________ 13098 1212.76 1,40157 sponge trade. Here are sponge bedsto 1
902.-_____________--_____ 1.112.6S :5443.12 5,711.50 which the sponge fleets with divers This is just as true in regard to Sewing
J. M. Osban, that R. J. Dunham -- Machines as anything else. f
go out dally. These beds an
be appointed superintendent of the $ 1,308.70: $ 12,61200 $ 13,153.60 bponge By using Long Shuttle Machines, no matter i 1

903.____-________,-___--__ 2,09'J.3J 6,182.m 6,350.18 from three to fifteen miles out, on th? how well made,you are actually throwing
County Home at month and
$40 per Gulf. a\\11y3 boors out of every seven.

board, the said R. J. Dunham to give $ 3,49809 $ 18,794.05 $ l'J.503 78 $ 2,788.36 "During 1906 there were exported TUB STANDARD ROTARY SHUTTLE

the board 30 days' notice in case he 1904---------------------- 2,52290 4,27239 1,84665 2,52290 from Tampa to SEWING MACHINE
foreign ports 729,:62
905 1st :
to July 1,626.40 3,479.59 3,81417 1,29182Total Will make 350 stitches in the !
desires same time Long
h-, to I leave the County Home. -- tons of phosphates; 1.232,610 gallons Shuttle Machines make only 200.

It. Motion carried. convict money surplus'ransferred $ 6,603.08 of turpentine and 148,535 barrels of The Standard Rotary Principal is most scientifically -
to St. Lucie Co. 2,882.70 resin. correct which fact has been
t::.:" Bond of J. W. Jones to carry a proven
by 25 years of successful use in all parts of the
Winchester rifle was received and Bal. after transfer.. ___u_ $ 3,72038 "We also exported 14,064,000 feet world and by our competitors continuously "w-. }

permit refused. Bond of Mathew A. July 1st to Dec. 31et, 100;;__ 723 50 507.57 2,001.82 00 of lumber-principally pine-and durIng trying STANDARD to copy RAND it without ROTARY success., THE THE \"

''*i7 Stewart to carry a Winchester rifle 1906------------------__ 2,457.20 2,{ n 70 3,053.41 2,03549 1906 Tampa exported 6,824,203; WORLD'S BEST: SEWING MACHINE is two

pounds of fish including mullet machines in one-Lock and Chain Stitih i
I .: was approved and permit issued. Total convict money in F. &. F. fund not used to Dec. 31st, 1906________5. $ 5,755.87 pompano Ball Bearing Stand-Straight Automatic Lift. tj
bluefish, Spanish mackerel, "jacks"and Do not fail to investigate the of the
Bond of Thos. B. Gibbons to a Which be transferred under Xo. and No. 10-I merits
carry can Chap. 5,694 ( 99) Chap. 5,699 ( ) redsnapper."Be Fastest Most Silent Easiest Running and the

Smith & Wesson pistol was approved Laws of Florida, session of 1907. Respectfully\ submitted, have nine banks with total mobt durable Sewing Machine made, THE
"A demonstration
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and j
permit I capital of $1,275,000,000, the undivided a revelation." Write for prices and Easy Pay t
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If; Report of R.R. Chaudoin, superin- : profits of which last January were ment Plan. Guaranteed Sewing Machines 't
fixed by the tax assessor. material for county roads. $;MOOop.
tendent of roads for districts Nos. 1 $!203,510T6. The
;: deposits were $7- The Standard Sewing Machine Co.
... Complaint of Mrs. Sarah Mc. F. The clerk is instructed to order 500
and 5 was received. 99,604, and the surplus was $486,120. 58 S.Broad bt, Atlanta. Ga.
Porter, the board finds that the valuation large stamped envelopes for the
t Report of John Henry on fine and "There are six big hotels, the larg- The Standard Sewing Machineis
fixed by the tax assessor on county commissioners.
as sold by the Indian River
. forfeiture fund, showing receipts est of which is the celebrated Tampa
,' her lands are fair valuations, and it The following resolution waspassedby Bay HoteL Music House, TitusvilleBOBBINS
from hire of state and county convicts -
is ordered that the valuations standas the board: Whereas, it would be "Our public schools, police water
was ordered spread on the min-
s utes. they are.Complaint. of great benefit to the east coast of and fire departments are unquestionably .

( of Ella H. Handy, the Florida to have an inlet opened from the best In the South and we
Report of clerk of circuit court of
board finds that the assessments as the Indian river to the Atlantic ocean have the most equable climate witha & GRAHAM ,
fines imposed in circuit court during
fixed on her land by the tax assessoris at Sebastian and Oceanus: Thereforebe variation of from 71 to 83 degrees in -

the month of August, 1907, was re- a fair valuation, and it is ordered it resolved,by the board of county summer and 60 to 75 in winter. CO., .
: that the assessment stand as it is. commissioners of Brevard county, "We hate a much finer general post (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $25,000.00. J
1 Report of county judge of fines im- office than has New York City. 0
Complaint of Canaveral club as to Florida, that our senators and repre-
posed in county judge's court duringthe I I "Our trolley cars carried 9,594,174 This company owns lands ..
assessments of their lands in Brevard sentatives in congress be requested in the Indian River Coon- ,"
; month of August, 1907, was re- passengers during 1896 and cover a
: ceived. county, the board finds tnat the valuations -I I to use their utmost endeavors to secure distance of 76 miles. tryon the St. Lncie River, -i
, at Sew River, and on Biscayne f l
Reports of Justices of the PeaceL. on said lands as fixed by the I an appropriation for the purpose "By reason of our deep water and Bay. F I

present tax assessor are fair valuations -I of opening said inlets at Sebastian three existing railroad trunk lines-
K. Myers, C. T. McBride, J. M. t
Sanders, Chas. H. Nauman, W. R. and it is ordered that the as- i ; and Oceanus, Florida. Be it the Atlantic Coast Line, the SeaboardAir PRICES TO SUIT TIlE TIMES.Send i

fixed the further resolved: That the clerk of Line and the .
sessments as by tax assessoron Tampa Northern, we
Roesch, of fines and forfeitures were for land list.
received. said lands stand as they are. the board of county commissionersbe have splendid transportation facilities

directed furnish each Then have In addition OFFICES .
to of our we three uncom
The report of the state auditor on Complaint of K. B. Osteen, of assessment .
senators and representatives with a pleted lines, one a connection of the TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.
the county offices of Brevard countywas on personal property was
.' Atlantic
copy of this memorial.The and Birmingham, the second
received and accepted and the received and the assessment is reduced -
connecting with the Gainesville & Gulf
clerk is instructed to order the
from 100 head to 60 head of
report was ordered spread on the necessary blanks for the countyjudge's and a third which will run through

minutes and that the same be pub- cattle. the phosphate region.
office schedule handedto '
lished in the East Coast Advocate.The The following bonds for carrying as per "Tampa is the nearest importantport FIRE
the commissioners.
treasurer's report was received pistols were approved and permits issued ; county to the Panama Canal, and Con

and checked up and paid warrants de- to E. B. Taylor and Edward A. Petition of Chas. J. F. Campbell, gress has passed a bill making an Insurance !
et al voters of Melbourne
stroyed. Morgan, and also to D. L. Conrad prayingfor appropriation for us to celebrate that

I J. W. Osban is instructed to marl and J. Mendel permits were issued a change of boundary, precinctNo. fact: in 1910.
6. The prayer is granted. "In our Chamber of Commerce, .
the public road running from the for carrying repeating rifles. capital ,
Warrants were ordered drawn aggregating and labor are on a par and its first -- -
park westward by Judge Jones' and Hearing complaints of tax assessments I some of the leading'companies
the following amounts on lice- president is Max B. Moritz, president represent
Mr. Robbins' places and he is authorized for 1907 was resumed: of the world and any
the various funds: of the State Federation of Labor.
to expend $150.00 on said road. Complaint of D. L. Gaulden was business entrusted to me will receive
General fund_______..______._____ 6637 The interests of the members are identical prompt andcareful attention
The board took up the matter of received and the following change Road fund district No. 2__._______ 190.6 and they work together harmonIously j
hearing complaints valuations of made in assessment, lot 9, plat Stewart's 3 ______._._ 105.41 ---
on .
4 ._..____._ 146.8Ii for the upbuilding of the city
tax assessments fixed by the tax as- homestead, sections 33 and 34, ** ** ** ** 5 ______.__ 266.Ofi and port. They give moral and financial EAST COAST MEAT MARKET 1

t The Tp. 26, S. R. 37 E., reduced from Spec road fund dig. 3 ._.._.__u_ 22336
sessor. following changes were support, and the Chamber stands
4 ___.___ a83.69Game G. F.Dt1REN,Agent,
made: $300 to $200.Complaint. warden fund_..___....-_.. 35.00 leady to erect factories and extend

! A. C. Gardner, lots 1, 3, 7,8, 9, 10, from Mrs. L. E. Whitewas Fine and forfeiture fund_____.__ $ 8.79 aid in any line of enterprise whatso.

E. subd. of blk.3,Titusville, reduced received, the board finds that TAMPA'S STEADY GROWTH.Col. ever. Florida and f

from $210 to $180. Lots 5 and 7,blk. the assessment on her land as fixed "Real estate advances in value at

by the tax is fair valuationand the rate of 23; per cent a jear and Is WesternMeats
assessor a
; 14, Titusville, reduced from $100 to Brown, President of Her Chamberof
. it is ordered that the valuation !n greater demand than ever, while
$75. Commerce
Tells of Rapid ProgressCol.
there is a good market for money at .3 ..
Complaint of S. R. Hurford was stand as it is.Complaint. -..
Thomas J. L. Brown, former per cent. !
received after carefully looking into of Ida Kittering was received 1
manager of the Tampa Lay Hotel, now "There are not many rich men in
and the following change was of all Kinds.
the matter the board finds that the
president of the Tamps Chamber of Tampa and there areerj few poor
I made: S. 10A. of N. 20A. of S.V.. (
assessment as fixed by the tax assessoris
Commerce, and most probably the next ones. Everybody has money to spend

a fair valuation and request for re- 1-4 of N. E. 1-4, Sec. 17,Tp. 29, S. R. United States senator from Florida and most men own their own homes. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

duction is refused. 36 E., reduced from $250 to $100. was seen at room 210 Xo. 1170 Broad- "Tampa's growth has been stead .t.t'J

Complaint of Helen M. Seymour, Complaint of S. David Page, the way, Manhattan, in company with Matthew anti wholesome and is not the result ofa Pleasant .ti

after investigation the board finds board finds that the assessment on W. Berriman and \\. F. McKinleyalso *l'oom'Ve Spend a i

that her land is valued lower than.the his land as fixed by the tax assessoris members of the Tampa Chamber "\ came up to New York to see alfHourlocking

lands around it and it is ordered that a fair valuation and it is ordered of Commerce. that Tampa's cigar industry is ade- ,

the valuation stand as fix d by the that the valuation stand as it is. "Twentj years ago" said Col. Brown fuatelrepreentt"tf at the Tobacco

"Tampa was an obscure town of four Trades Exposition.:'
assessor. Complaint of J. P. Garvey & Sons I
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thousand inhabitants and today he: -
Complaint of W. H. Cruttenden, was received and the following population is 65,000.She has 9):: There is more catarrh in this:!section of the t.

the board finds the valuation on his change was made in their assessment: country than all other dkeaws put together,
high class cigar factories, employs in and until the la..t few years was supplied to
land as fixed by the tax assessor, is.a E. 6 23A. of S. W. 1-4 of N. W. 1-4 the cigar industry 1C,726: men and l>e incurable For a Treat many years doctor {

fair valuation and it is ordered that S. 31A. of lot 2, N. 40A. of lot 3, W. women and the Internal Revenue reports -pronounced remedio it a and local by disease constantly and prescribedlocal failing to

the assessment stand as fixed by the l&O feet of N. 540 feet of lot 2, Des. show that in 19t>'3 Tampa manufactured cure with local treatment pronounced it in- I

assessor. in deed book 00, page 214, Sec. 10, 277CG2,0 clear Havana 'e. *>ciene diSt>a-has*. and proven therefore catarrh requires to he a ANY WALL rrtr the PAPER HENRY itnple BOSCH at COM your j

Complaint of C. S. Adams, the Tp. 25, S. R. 36 E., reduced from handmade cigars, valued at $:!:;.i5t). eontitutionaltreatmentl Hall's Catarrh Cure.manufactured owa botre--gitt.i.p tonfo-tably fa your t
by F. J. Cheney&. ('0., Toledo. CMrehair TOil eai make a better HIfttica
board finds that the assessment on $6,500 to $6,000.Complaint 0)0, which is more than were made in Ohio, is the only constitutional cure ou themark..t. that way than by ransacking the itor .. ;,

his lands is a fair valuation and it is of P. B. Lyons was received the same period in the City of Ha\'anna It it taken internally in doses from You see the whoU |IB_th. very latest
10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on deaicns-the loveliest tint and richest
and the whole islad of Cuba and
ordered that the valuation on said after investigation it is ordered the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. color effects.Including imported patteixa.EverytbiEg ,
that the assessment her Key West put together. Thevoffer one hundred dollars for any case food in waD paper in the
the on .
fixed tax
land stand as by assessor. fail
it to
cure. end for cireulersand tcati Bosch hoe.
This the output of cigars
Complaint of Geo. W. Hopkins was land stand as it is. year monials. .\ddrrss F.J. ('HEXJY & {'0.. It., economy. tor-yon ret the lowest
be 100.50A.OAO greater than the output _?*rsdd by dru :d"'ts." 7V Toledo. O. New York-Cbrcaco pncem.
;4 received and the valuations changed The board offers a reward of $)00 Hall Family Pills are the best. Will call With Bach Samples

on the following lands as follows: for the body of the negro dead or How to Remain YoungTo any them hour ortr to you your name.heart's Look coa- (

All section 17, Tp. 28, S. R. 35 E., alive who committed the rape at Pi continue young in health and] "How much Breaking coal It is Gently.there. Susan teot I UY.-not Ifs the oar least WST obligation of adver.trtax to. 1,

neda. strength, do as Mrs. :\. p. Rowan Mc- U e Joac WaU Paper
reduced from $1,760 to$1,000. How long,: will it In5'n""WclI.
iVmongli, (h, did. She says: "Th'wbottl
All Sec. 18, Tp. 28, S. R. 35 E., re- The county treasurer is directed to *" Electric Bitters cured! me or ma'am. it will last quite

duced from $3,020 to $1,600. transfer from the fine and forfeiture chronic liver anti stomach trouble, complicated awhile If you don't have any fires." Y. W. ELDRED

28 S. R. 35 E. reduced fund to the county road and bridge I. with such an unhealthy condition "Then there Nn't much left?"
19 ,
All Sec. Tp. ,
of the blood that my skin turned mi "There isn't any left. ma'am." The Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator
from $1,220 to $1,000. fund the sum of $5,755.87, being the as flannel. I am now practically 20 years

All Sec. 20 Tp. 28, S. R. 35 E., re- amount of convict hire remaining unused .I., younger than before I took Electric Bitter Had Tetter for Thirty YearsI TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
". I can now do all my work with
duced from $1,220 to $1,000. on Dec. 31st, 1906, in said fine I I. ease and assist in my husband's store." have suffered with tetter fur thirtvyears -

Complaint of E. Tucker, Sr., Agt. and forfeiture fund, in accordance 1 Guaranteed at Titnsville Pharmacy and and have tried almost! countless NPAPER

board finds with Chap. 5,694 (No. 99)) and Chap. i Banner Drug Store. remedies with little, if any, relief. Three
for Mrs. Hanbury, the boxes of Chamberlain's Salve cured me. A moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed
that the valuation as fixed on this 5,699 (No. 104)), laws of Florida, ses-: 088'I'ORI.. It was a torture. It breaks out a little under carpets or in the folds of fur and cloth

land is a fair valuation as comparedwith sion of 1907.T. I Bet ,the Its Ha's ''' Bit sometimes, but nothing to what it med to sheets ing it drives in a packet away carriage moths and prepaid worry 10 Twelve cents
; do. D. H. Beach Midland
AlaChamberlain's .
City, e
Cockshutt is instructed Six packets 50 ttnU if druggist doesn't have it.
is J. to
surrounding lands, and it ordered E7 +- -- Salve is for sale bv Titus- MacUgan Powder Work,Selection 846Clarkettille

r that the assessment stand as purchase five acres of marl land for .. yule Pharmacy and Banner Drng'lOrt.. Iowa


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> -- and was soon as 'drunk as a lord/ Overvork1eakens

ON "The first time I was ever on any BEST FOR THEBOWELS I MISCELLANEOUS I Your Kidneys. ; !
stage was at a German read, all the I

rage when I was a young man. It Blood. '
Larned the Tennis Champion. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure c ;
was an entertainment something like For the third time In his career \\ il. ;' !

f AND mil[ m[ the theater,only all love was expugnedfrom Jx If>you weli haves every't day a regular,you're healthy UI or will movement be Keep of yourjoweU the liam A Lamed won the national ten- All the blood in your body passes through ;

a the two short plays that consti- rtolent open physic,and or pill be well.poison Force,is dangerous.,in the shape The of nis championship! in the singles at your kidneys once every three minutes. I'
1 tuted the performance. To give It a smoothest,easiest most perfect way of keepingthe defeating Iohert Leroy the The kidneys are your \
-4. ---:-- semblance of parlor entertainmentthere bowl clear and clean is to take Newport blood purifiers,they filter -
CANDYCATHARTIC Intercollegiate; champion of Columbia. ) out the waste or
;i. (Characteristic Incidents In the was always piano music between Thus the cup l>ecoiiies arned's property impurities in the blood.

the plays and so It was that bishopsand He is expected to retire from If they are sick or out
:; Famous Actor's Life. I ministers of the church attendedand the < :Lampion field. of order they fail to do -
applauded. Young Ilepworth hada 'w their work.
; ,.. great deal of influence In society Swedish Prince on Tour. Pains aches and rheumatism :

., ,SHYLOCK HIS BOYHOOD ROLE and once when one of the performers Prince Ililani of Sweden after being come from excess ,
lionized bj the Four Hundred at of uric acid in the
la a German read was taken !!! te obtained

the position for me. Faint with / Newport, continued his .American tour blood, due to neglected (
Striking Prediction of British Bishop by taking in the sights at New York: kidney trouble.
; huuger, 1 approached the piano I at-
Roosevelt trouble causes quick or unsteady
1 i Pleasant Palatable, Potent, Taste Goody Do at Sagamore Hill fI
id' Days When He Dined Off Smells An fainted dead away, falling forward on Good, never Sicirn.Weaken or Gripe 10,K and they had heart trouble because the heart is
*' Enemy's Sincere Compliment c Kindness the keys. I was dismissed and for W cents per box. Write for free sample,and book.433 New Hammer Throwing Char pion. over-working in pumping thick kidney- ;

some time longer continued to stane"Few let on health. Address Matt McGrath of the New York poisoned blood through veins and arteries. tit
to a Child. Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or Km York.
know that my play Athletic club, having defeated John used to be considered that only urinary

d: ? When the late Richard :Mansfield the 'Monsieur persons Is taken from life-my own. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Flannngan at Tra\erv island in the I troubles were to be traced to the kidneys. ,'

greatest exponent of Shakespearean The critics object to my writing plays hammer throw irg; (contest is now thechirrpion i but now modern science proves that nearly
constitutional diseases have their begin-
*s ;: drama In the United States and one now but once I wrote a sketch for a wish, and one day when the companywas of the world. McGrath all In kidney trouble.
130 miles ning
} R the American read and had It returned with filling an engagement nurled the hammer 11.3 feet to 11 unagau's. .
;: : of the best known actors on "Icrmaii bun- If you are SICK you can mane no mistaKe .,
aboard train
he slipped a
: stage was at school in England ae ro"nark that it was excellent, but away and few 1 H. by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
M. performance of "The 'oitamed too much love and might offend died in a heavy overcoat a Last of the Big Packers. and the extraordinary effect cf Dr. Kilmer'sSwampRoot
the boys gave a hours later was at the bedside of the the remedy Is
Mansfield actin M> lie of their patrons bo I was Nelson Morris, known as the last of great kidney
Merchant of Venice ;
child. realized. It stands the highest for its
'. Shylock. The bishop of Littlefield out tint much writing piper"At When'be took his coat off the doctors the "Big Four" meat packers con wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
last, in despair. I called on W. S. the beef trust died at his
trolling ,
Vas and at the conclusion -
; a guest that day, and nurses saw that he had his and is sold on its merits ,
of the play he asked the youthful <:i1her0:1 zl skid him to use his influ- complete Beau Brummel costume on home in Chicago Aug 27 Like the by all druggists in fifty- ,, M

t .****>.", Shylock to come forward so that f;'ce 11 my liehilf II? took a fancy tome Underneath It. Then be began to act others of this group, Morris started cent and one-dollar siz- ; a,
5i the New and when Pinafore was finished from the bottom haying come over You have a
; him.
-r he might speak to says some of the principal scenes of the es. may
+ : York Globe. Shaking the boy's hand. I was sent out in the provinces as Sir play the little patient watching him in the steeraw rs .t hog 1eatkr. He sample bottle by mail Home of swamp-Boot

he said: Joseph Porter and under DOyly In quiet delight. He slipped back and died ptw :essing a fortune estimated at free also pamphlet telling you how trouble.to find
y "- *. i "Heaven forbid that I should encourage Carte's stingy; ; nnnagcment 1 playedthe rejoined his company just in time for $4O.XO.t.lti.: out Mention if you this have kidney when or writing Dr. Kilmer

{ ." '.' you to become an actor, but should leading role in the pera for three the opening of the next night's per- Dr. Oren Root Dead. & Co., Binghamton paper N. Y.

: ,' + you, If I mistake not you will be a years at salary of f3 a week: One formance. None of them knew till Dr. Oren Hoot, brother of Secretaryof but rememberthe
and Don't make any mistake
.* ', great one." day I determined to go to months later what he had done. State Elihu Root and professor of name, Swamp-root, Dr. Kilmer's bwanip-

Many years later an Interviewer try my luck. I had become a great This Is not an isolated instance.Members mathematics and natural sciences at Root, and the address, Binghampton, N. Y.

';t asked the actor what he thought of favorite In the province, so without a of his company and hIs otherassociates Hamilton college for twenty.seen on every bottle. .
; ?*/ his act. penny more than my fare I boarded who knew him best knowof years died at Clinton, N. Y.. Aug 2t>. -- -
i ON A
a' + "Since Garrick's time there has been the train. The company all came to many such and do not tire of tell aged sixty: -nine years. JOKE

no actor but myself." replied the actor see me off. I was universally liked ing of them. -
; promptly. then, but things are different now Idon't St. Lawrence Bridge Disaster. Pittsburg Man Locked In Big Chest on
About half of the immense new Wedding Night.John
Y. Where tbe reporter's sense of humor know why. Bear Shooting From Motor Car.
4 was It Is hard to tell for he wrote "As the train was rolling out an elderly Hunting and shooting bear from a bridge under construction across the McGraw of Pittsburg' was mar-
St. Lawrence river at Quebec suddenly the other night. After his marriage
of ried
member our company
terrible example lady a
,c up Mr. Mansfield as a motor car is quite ultra progressiveeven
of theatrical egotism. Evidently he thrust'a paper into my hand. It wasa for Duluth people but that Is fell Aug 29. carrying down scores of he was kidmped ',v some of hi
small fortune to workmen with It. First reports said friends his hands tied l.hind his
J completely missed the twinkle In the five pound note a what Edward Fillatrault and Victor
f actor's one of that company. I returned it that not less than sixty were killed back and he was t'r'ist into a tool
eye. Hnot have been doing with success on
!' Self possession which be bad soon afterward and have often looked the Miller trunk road near the Whiteface The bridge was begun seven years ago box, securely lotll says the New

learned In adversity never deserted for the old lady to give her an engagement and Paleface rivers, says the Duluth and was to cost 10000000. York Times Then 1:1": > l h&s was linked

/O him As an example, too, of his humor She was a crank. Only cranksdo News.Tribune. A bear was shot A Costly New Theater. up in an abandond building, where

If rightly understood. It Is told kind deeds in real life. by Mr. Fillatrault from his seat In tbe Plans have been filed for a new the John was allow1! to remain until &

t that at the end of one of the acts tbe "I made a success in London and machine near tbe Paleface river. ater In New York city facing Central o'clock the m-xt morning when the

S_, manager, then Mr. Palmer came Into have never known real want since park the cost of which is estimated at tool box was left on the front i'orci of

Mr. Mansfield's dressing room. "Young $1,700000 The main structure Is tow tbe home of the weeping brides father -

a nj man, you are acting superbly," be said. When Richard Mansfield traveled he PROTECTING COAL MINERS. seven stories high, with an extension .

i ,& "That's what I am here for. You traveled in state. lIe had a train of of eleven stories and exclusive of McGraw Is a practical joker a leery

must excuse me; I am very busy," and his own for the company and produc European Scheme of Chambers of the boxes will have a seating capacity time one of his: friends got our-
his himselfIn Refuge Follows Shocking Accidents.The ned he played all kinds! of tricks oa
Mansfield proceeded with makeup tion. He enjoyed indulging of 2.500 The building Is to contain a
touching up the lines of his face for quizzical whims when speeding terrible accidents which have occurred dramatic and musical school. them No matter how It hurt Jolt<<

his third act. across the country and many a good recently In the coal mines of laughed until his sides shook at the

"Can't you see how It Is done?" he story is told of the Mansfield tour says Germany and France have drawn the She Found Relief discomfiture of his friends with whom

I once said to a "super." the Cleveland Plain Dealer. attention of scientists, especially In he was joking

"Yes. sir," replied the man "but If One day Mr. Mansfield's special the former country, to the introductionof If}ou have are not troubled received with help liver complaintand read this. He knew that when be married Mbw

I could do It like that I would not be train of nine cars was whipping methods of protecting the miners Mr. Alary K Hammond, Mo-xly, Texas Julia Dickcrson all the victims: of hb '

,working for $3 a week." "Three dollars through Kansas, running, west from I against the recurrence of such calamities "I was" in poor health-with liver troublefor jokes would I* p-eprred for htm So

I a week" said the actor musingly. Kansas City The actor's own private or at least to diminishing as far over a year. Hod..r did me nogood he sent nut word that the ceremony

1 "Well. If you only get f3 a week you car was against: his: usual custom: attached as possible the ensuing loss of life and I tried Herbine and it cured me. would! U performed at u o'clock In the

can do It any way you like." to the extreme rear of the says the New York Tribune I can't ay too much for Heroine, as it is afternoon Instead he and Miss Dkk-

Following Is the actor's own storyof train so tint like a whiplash it got One measure contemplated Is the a wonderful liver medicine Publish: erson quietly slipped to M Marji

his early career told to some friends the full benefit of all the speed construction of safety chambers, shutoff where jon wish Sold by Titusville Pharmacy church half an hour earlier, and the

In. New York several years ago: Throe of the star's Kansas: City from the rest of the mine and protected and Banner Drug More. ceremony was jierformed

"I went on the stage because I was friends were dining with him in his against explosions. A conduit As the couple walked down the stepsof

poor. I had an excellent education car lie was on his way to open In of compressed: air i Is introduced Into Queer Baseball Bet. the church John friends met hira. ,
life artist. I was had out these' excavated rooms, and should the The race for the American Baseball taken from bUt
r and started as an I Denver and they come a cou- lie was forcibly away
living in Boston and bad many friends ple of hundred miles from the Kaw conduit IK dl'Stroyoo"essels or bottles league onmnt his resulted In a bride, who was sent home In a car

t so I sold every picture I painted as to wish him good speed on his western filled with oxygen stored In the chim unique bet between Joseph(' ry and naseMdlraw.
b!'rs are Intended to supply the necessary Richard Ilurkhart members of the Police -
soon as it was finished but soon my trip. The whole party was at the is extremely indignant He
I list of friends began to decrease and table, and Mr Mansfield was lifting a air until a rescue can be effected !I force of Lan<;(downe Pa The bet consulted nu attorney and declares
.V logical extension of the plan is the : Is as follows says a Chester (I'a.) cor-
with every picture I sold 1 lost a spoonful of soup to his lipswhen the I that he will prosecute every oDe wile
friend until at last I had not a companion train plunged round a sudden cun e. (equipment of these chambers with a re :lomlent of the Philadelphia Record; had nnvthin? to do with the kll apIBg.

;f left and no market for my The effect was somewhat disconcert. sufficient supply of water and condensed If the Athletics win the pennant Burk

te wares and I returned to London. Ing. and )Ir. Mansfield railed his old food to sustain life for a reasonable hart Is to hive off his mustache nnd NOTICE

v "You know what the life of a young waiter period of time In somewhat the samemanner allow a goatee of not more than forty

painter is like. I had to give up my "Jefferson." he said "I would like as llfelwats on vessels an hairs to grow on his (chin the goatee Notice H hereby given that the undersigned -
: tvjuipped to he not I less than four Inches long as ex.officio administrator of the
but at the
art and go into business to speak to the conductor
of John II. Harris decease, wiH
--- ---- estate ,
and dyed a brilliant reu If the Athletics -
end of a year I made a dismal failure The conductor came back throughthe
Moving Occupied House Down a River. IOM Mtsiry Is to allohi apply to the lIon. Minors. Jones jorigo
' and returned to art. But I made no train took off his cap and asked
of the circuit court fur re\ard
fc. M. Depow of Oranze Tex. re- whiskers to roout Just below the county,
money and was so 'poor that I could what was wanted Florida, in open rourt at Fort Pierce,
feat in
cen'Iy accomplished quite a
about four inches and to be
not pay for my lodgings Sometimes "How fast is the train running just ears Florida, or w herever theoort may then
f the landlady would shut me out and now?" asked the nctor house moving, hi\in? moved O SHeister's an emerald green. Burkhirt, who l Ill', Ul'OI1| the lath day of S-ptember, A.

then I would wander through the ".\bout sixty-eight: miles an hour : residence from its former weighs. :,o pounds Is reputed to be I). l'!<07, or a- soon thereafter' as applicant -

streets all night and sing ballads. If I sir!* location at Iliverslde several miles the biggest policeman in Delaware can be heard, for leave to aril the
above Orange. on the Sabine river, to tlf'R'nbt"lllanll
F county following to the debtt
got a few pennies I would invest them "Weil aren't you afraid, purred thetragedian pay
I a location in "the southern part of of the said John II. Harris, deceased, to
in hot potatoes and after thoroughly :; "that my guests will get indigestion I
Ornn::('. The house was placed on Possum's Rescue of Her Babies, wit :
warming my hands and pockets 1 by eating so fast rollers and safely plad on a big; "A (:trip or land two hundred and art
Two T-U at P.i s Christian: Miss,
: to make a meal and! The conductor went forward, and Ina .
would proceed
barge: The barge! was then towed \' eight: (2&.I > (Yet wide on the north nte
I recently Moie fight baby
a warm my stomach" few minutes the speed of the train possumsfrom of the nortliwe-t quarter of the nortitwt
I down the river t<) a landing opposite I ,
h '
their dispatch
mo ( r. a special
A grim smile stole over his face at slackened perceptibly says quarter (or lot _') of section seven (7),
which the lots are
f this thought and then he added: the start on h> tinN MV York World. The township tflutV-I/IW: ) south, of range

i f "Some people wonder why I am not Mansfield hid, like many other men located which were to be vupiedb nest ni;'it the mother crawled througha thnt\.nine 19)(: ) east!! containing seven

i one of the boys They do not know a host of enemies. One of these ene the house and the building wa wmd"n- and bore away her little and s_'100 ((7 82 atreaid strip hm.*
then rolled off the boat and safely the north J\S feet of the said dt'N"ril.HJ
I that I have been through it all. Before ml<'S paid him a"ery sincere compliment l
-- -- -- --
I located several blocks Tay The "fortand situated in :-t. Ln<'it-couni j.
Beerbohm Tree ever thought ofT a few years ago, says the Chi work of moving the house: from LnGsl- If it's a Reputation Honda" .I. I" Hi:"." \. Ex|: i >H.,'10AdminiMratoi

going on the stage I stood among the rago Itecord-herald. ana into Texas. across the Sabine rnulu/e .,f the t I-t; ite or
1 cabbages in the market at 4 o'clock In )Ir. Mansfield: was playing in "Beau von are afterlVhite's Cream ; .I,ilin II !il..n ,-. ..I""t".1
E river was accomplished while it was Ins: a world) I wide reputation a* the best
the morning singing songs. My great calre" and the (enemy a stage carpenter
Mr Ileister who and for its toim
btill occupied ly of ill worm deMrojer,
in those days was Hep- at him from the wingsof
chum young peered
a never moved out during that time and influent on weak and unthnftv (clnldn
# worth Dixon Sometimes we used to a Cleveland theater scornfully at their di and assimilation ''D
disturbed It improves iMion -
whose house furnishings! were not -
ling; together, and often when his father first, but gradually less scornfully. And in the mo\e I of their r..I.i strengthen* their ner C 8@E! INB)

t would shut him out be would as the act progressed the carpenter, vouvum and res'ort-s them to tit'ait h
come to spend the night with me though he hated the actor became t-l.) amiiirnr I itnril to a ibiM If von want -
i : That WT before my landlady locked more and more al,."orb col. lie stood silent \, i 4 :, a healthy, 'hippy child fxl a bottle> ofWhih" '"V, (.. ...".,- ; // ,<. > /

me out. Vt that period of my life I and rigid lie watched every go- 's Cram \ erniifuge. Sold b\ ii .,/'ro_"" --:
and Banner Drm More : <$ :, -
tn; often dined on smells There was a ture he observed every Intonation of fe' 1
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0_ fauiou IIf'w'l'on rheapslde and I the star. \nd finally, when the cur For Over Sixty Years }r l-fF'-
e used to go there every morning be- tain fell, he exclaimed, with flushed ARRA 'I !

k cause 1 thought the smell of hops cheeks aud a little tremor In his voice: > Grease sera Mr Winslow! Soothing; Syrup ha -- j- 'u. :....

strengthening For a second course I "Iiarn him that man could act a been n=ed fir over sixty years bv nnlion! :' : { 'V
would stand in front of a butchers gridiron." Helps the Wagon up ;J of mothers for their bildren while hot-th- -1: '/ ;:
the baker's. mj: with perfect F.tlcrt'ss. It niothe the

.' > "(Sometime) ', then for days I lived onsmells When Mansfield was playing "Richard the hill. child, often the gums, ana all pain, few doses of this! r*>ii|* wind colic and the best
is remedyfor
It cures cure an urdiuary snack of
III" little in his
but once In awhile I was lucky a company
diarrhoea It will relieve the
load ltcWa: :i( \ war lurhlPR.
The seems :
invitation to dine acting the part of the Prince of Wales .
enough to receive an httle-ufferer imm..liatt'lOld: hy dru.rji :
and team wear tester You 1:: : can always!! l>e pndfd npun
with some of mj friends at the Savage was taken seriously ill, says John R and Lave ino' t:::: ; I : !'t!!ineverv part of the world Twentv evt-n in the wore r\-Tt atta. kn of
more ,
club. I was one of the original mem- Rathom In the Chicago Hecord..ller.ald. money five cents a bottle. lie: sate and ask fir ramp co'ir! and cholera inorbn!
hers and the only time in my life that He at once sent the child to a to male money,when a- ")lr5. Win'low's :Vxnhingjrup'and It is equally au<'c" !.-fu for summer

I a ever got drunk was there Km.'h- private hospital brought her motherto greased withlicaAxle tike no ott.f kind. Gnaranteed under diarrhet and chi Irra infantnm in

. Jug an Invitation to dine, with eager look after her there and continued the food and drnjj: act, June 10th, lr besides all the bills % Grease Aerial number 1 YJS. the lives cf children eavh
steps I hastened to the club as fast as her salary, footing; many yrar
weak condition would permit but As the weeks went on the child grew When reduced with water and
j e my arrived and It was seen that she could -The longest wearing and most C1L1gTOFtI: sweetened it is pleasant to take
and I I
j I. my strength gave out he Kad, Y" Have A'saysgtt' Every man of a family should keD
Bears the
4 last had been not recover. Her one sorrow was that satisfactory lubricant in the
after the course
J Just e this remedy in bia home Buy it
cleared away. The boys were drink she had not seen Mr. Mansfield play STANDARD OIL CO. 8igctrre t1 PRICE 25C LARGE Size BOW!%I.(
inn wine and foolishly I joined them Beau Brummel. They told him of her I..erprsW cr .

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to trustees. I could not serve both God many, adopted almost unanimously aresolution 1-11-- supervision since its infancy. .' ,

I L INDUSTRIAL] and mammon. I am In unimpaired setting forth its views in .. Allow no one to deceive you in this.

", ; possession of my faculties. I can regard to militarism. Its plan is to All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Ju t-as-good" are but _

" Gompers Notifies Van Cleave. still do a vast amount of work. All my combat by every practicable means Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of :
work, all my efforts all prayersand both land
my and sea armaments. Should Infants and Children-Experience '
against Experiment.
Notwithstanding tears, are for humanity and the war be threatened the congress is to a'. .:
: the suit spread of peace and love among bring every pressure to bear in an en- ... i

brought against mankind. And now I am to be left d eavor to hinder the outbreak, and incase What is CASTORIA 1 :
the American alone x r'
.- peace and without the bitter hostilities should begin it is to try .
Is: r Federation of and unkind attacks brought by those to bring the war to the speediest conlusion Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- \
n Labor
by President who forced the actions against me by possible and utilize the commercial goric and I
Van Cleaveof 'next Drops Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant* It ...
my friends. There is a tremendous and industrial crisis usually I
contains neither opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic ,
the Manu
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amount of good in the
world following a war to organize for the
'j,.;I, facturers' association and I will not harbor. resentments overthrow of capitalism. substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms i .
:-r. to prevent against those who have inflicted ill I and allays Fet'erishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind ;

.t" t. boycotting. upon me." Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation ;

...1f President Gom- I COMMERCIAL I and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food; regulates the .. 1 ,
;" pers of the fed- Stomach and Bowels
giving and
healthy natural sleep .
; 1\ eratlon served I FOREIGNIrish I More Millions For Morgan. The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. i
luL notice upon Van
*Cleave in the Through a prearranged contract a 4
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.;' Y 1(1 I ," September number Counties Under Ban. syndicate formed by J. P. Morgan is GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

"'. \ \\ 'j1' of the American No little excitement has been createdN take over the Issue of $40,000,000 of
Federation- in Ireland over the action of ew York city 4'/3 per cent bonds, the Bears the Signature of '.

l" ist that the"fed- lieutedant declaring that the counties purchase to be made at par. The city "
President Van Clea\'e. eratlon would of Clare, Kings, Galway, Leitrim, government Is coming In for criticismfor

.".' contest the matter every inch of the Longford and Roscommon are "in a making so large an issue at this

:. .. way and that organized labor has state of disturbance," a phrase far tIme and for letting the bonds go at "

;; come to stay. The September number reaching In Its effect on civil rights. >ar." They are almost certain to be
of the mhgazine contains the usual The government has also caused the a profitable in\estment. The bid made # .

-i-\$: list of concerns which "we don't pa- arrest of James P. Farrell, 3f. P.. and by the syndicate was fur all or none.
tronize. forty other persons on a charge of takIng and It was made a condition tbat no
The KM
t f Plain part in an unlawful assembly like more bonds should be offered until the You Have Always Bought
f[ Names For Drugs. ly to cause a riot. Mr. Farrell is the syndicate disposed of those Issued also .

Hereafter medical preparations such editor and proprietor of the Longford that: In any subsequent issues the interest In Use For Over 30 Years. '

is... as headache powders which contain Leader, a Nationalist newspaper, and rate should be 4 per cent. E
'tr acetphenitidin must have on their published had been holding meetings throughouthis Earnings of the Railroads. THC ciirrmun COBNUT. rr nuniu TKMT MCW TOW err*

l. 'i:1.:" formulas notice that the preparation constituency at which exciting The fortieth annual number ofPoor's

contains "acetanilid," from scenes occurred between Nationalistsand Manual recently Issued places
; which the former drug Is derived. The 4- l
members of the Sinn society. the gross earnings of the railroads of
:: latter Is well known. Large forces of police are being dispatched the United States during 1900 at ,

a $8,000,000 For Canal. to Longford trouble being 1,124,500,390, an Increase of $234,442-

The president has approved Colonel anticipated. jIG over 1905, In spite of Increased

Goethal's request for authority to expend Upon the announcement In the British wages and cost of materials. There Typewriters

$8,000,000 more than the appropriation house of commons by Irish Secretary were 815,774,118 passengers carried
for the present fiscal year on Birrell that the government was last year and 1,610,099,829 tons of

the Panama canal. The reason for prepared to accept some but not all of freight moved. The average receiptsper }

asking this was that the work had the amendments of the house of lords passenger per mile was 2.011 cents i
proceeded with greater rapidity than to the Irish evicted tenants' bill John as against 2028 In 100;. The average

was anticipated and this action was Redmond of the Irish parliamentary revenue per ton per mile on freight decreased Agents the Celebrated
believed to be In the Interest of true : party refused to discuss the measure from .784 cents to .7CC cents for _
'' and further The Irish Nationalists then The total assets of all the railroads /
economy might save a year's time
In completing the canal. Congress! will left the house in a body. amounted to $17,534,381,033. The total 4 Ifv ,

r be requested to make an appropriationto Deceased Wife's Sister Bill. funded debt of the roads Is ?7S51,, '

cover thIs deficiency. After sixty years of Incessant agl 107,778 being a slight increase over; FAYSHOLESTypewriter
the previous The
tation the British house of lords has year. increase In
capital stock was $304.452.151, the total
at last consented to a bill legalizing
I RELIGIOUS I now being 7.1O5,40S.97G. The total
iit marriage with "a deceased wife's sis
increase in liabilities of all kinds wa
This bill has previously passed
Against Regulating Amusements.The the house of commons eleven times $1,199,615,367. The construction of
new road during the
year was 5.a6mlle
church papers are discussing but heretofore been rejected by the
*', making total at the end of .
again the old subject of whether indi- lords. Its success at this time is attributed 190G of =.ro:; miles.
Tldual Judgment in the matter of largely to the Influence o f
amusements should be ruled by the King Edward and the royal family. Railroad Magnates Fight. 1,000 now used in Florida i
1 The long standing feud between the
church stimulated by the stand taken To Consider Norway Neutral.It .
forces of Stuyvc ant Fish and E. II C
by Bishop Andrews In a recent article Is "
reported that at their
for the New York Methodist Review. meeting recent Harriman over the control of the illinois ,
Emperor William of Germanyand
He says the subject of amusements Is Emperor Nicholas of Russia reach Central rail ;
scarcely touched In the New Testa. road came to a
ed an ,
agreement by which their respective
ment and that the Christian "must : somewhat sensational z t
governments are to regard I
find the rule of 4 crisis In the
duty by general conse- Norway as neutral territory. This I Is
quences" and by the fitness of an action said to be in accordance with the desire meeting of the directors
to advance righteousness In the at New York
of Great Britain
which has been
Individual and society. lie doubt heartily supporting when Mr. Fish tried

either the right or the expediency of to secure guarantees Norway's In this endeavors direc- to get before the + S a

t the church attempting to prohibit any tlon. meeting a resolution -

class of amusements to Its members. condemning the -
Another Giant Battleship! Stuyvesant Fish. management and i

Catholic Heresy Syllabus. On Aug. 2i the British characterizing President Harahan S
i : The text of the recent syllabus promulgated ment successfully launched navy at depart-Devon tool of Harriman }Ir. Ilarahan she asa ___ ____h__ ___ __ __ __ ___ .

recently by Pope Pius, port Its third battleship of the Dreadnought off this resolution by unceremoniously

which has now reached America and class the Temeraire. She I s declaring the meeting adjourned, and .
+ been published In the Catholic paiwrs the heaviest warship ever launch when Fish objected to this action and Second-Hand Typewriters

defines as heresies sixty-five doctrines. from a royal dockyard her launching referred again to his charge IlarahanN

mainly those held by liberal men withIn weight being i,4; tons, which Is 5.X() ail to hate replied, "The man wine

the church in Europe. The Literary tons heavier than her predecessor, fill me a too of any man is a liar," ALL MAKES ALL PRICES

Digest says that among the American Bellerophon. The Temeraire has a displacement Reports differ in detail as to what ,

Catholic Journals acquiescence Is of 18..))) tonand will have followed! but agree that Fish struck
general. Its reception In France and a speed of 21 knots She will mount or strmk at Ilarahan, the combatant Terms to Suit .

Germany Is far less cordial though ten twelve-inch gun. the same 53 th e being separated before serious damage
there Is no open revolt among thf Dreadnought but owing to their arrangement was done
clergy. One important French weekly her fire will be more e!- Typewriter Repairing a Specialty

the Lyons Demain has suspend('( fectlve. Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer,
rather than take the responsibility of Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf -
Chaos In Morocco.
attacking the decree. Its editors sa} I blood is disea'ey
jonr impure, ,
While the of
'; that the task of reconciling religion present foreign war hot o'r full of humors if Jon hate blood i RIBBI S
ships preserves the tranquillity of th e
; and science within the church has poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating sores,
been made impossible by these prohibitions Moroccan coast towns, anarchy pre scrofula, eczema, itching, rising and We guarantee our Ribbons to be Non-Filling and -
j against all rationalistic melhocb vans throughout the Interior. accord- bumps 'cabby, pimply skin, bone pains,
". of the higher criticism. Ing to dispatches from Tangier MulatFlaflg catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or Durable
lately proclaimed sultan his skin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm
Mrs. Ryan a Papal Countess. appointed a ministry and is moving toward (B B B.) Soon all sores heal, ache 75
The fact has Just leaked out that In the coast to engage the Frenchand and pains stop and the blood is made cents each, or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach

i December last! Pope Pius conferred I Spanish troops:; Ualsuli controls mire and rich. Druz;:i ts or by expr*s
$1 {large bottle ample free by writing ine. Any color.
upon Mrs. Thomas F Ryan the title] his own region, and the pretender rules per
fit Blood Balm O_, Atlanta, Ga B B.
of countess on account of her numerous northeast Morocco. -
is especially advised for chronic deer
I and munificent gifts to the church Socialists Against War. seated cases, a? it cures after all else fails
I tl amounting to more than $ ,OOO.OOO In CARBON PAPER
f!; the last four y(>nrs. It Is now reported The international Socialist (congress Advice to the .
Aged. '
t that Mr. Ryan is to be made a noble> which was In session at Stuttgart, Ger- Our Carbon Paper is the Best. $1.65 to $4.00 per
ARC brings Infirmities, such as sluggish
r of the Holy Roman church. Attack. of Diarrhoea. Cured by One bowels, weak kidneys and blad- box, 100 sheets to the box.
Mrs. Eddy Forgives Assailants. Dose of Chamberlain's Colic Chol- der and TORPID LIVER.y .

In an alleged Interview with Mr. era and Diarrhoea Remedy Can furnish any size, any color.
j Eddy, the Christian Science leader. I wa so weak from an attack of diarr
since the withdrawal of the suit! of hoes that I could scarcely attend to m Tutt'sPillshaveaspecific
duties when I took dose of Chamber
"next friends" to prove her mental In a
to do business she is quotedas lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
capacity edy. It cured me entirely and I had been
saying: "Persecution cannot last taking other medicine for nine days wit effect on theseorgan R. C. DAVIS & CO.
} forever. There is always a reaction. out relief. I heartily recommend this stlmulatingthebowelscausingtheh
But I hold no enmity. Those who have remedy as being the hest to my knowledge 1'I In to youth perform andIMPARTING their natural functions u
attempted to injure me have gained for bowel complaints R. G. Stewart
.t nothing. I have much work to do, of the firm of Stewart & Bro., Green-: VIGOR=
and I have consecrated my life to God. \"i1J'E', Ala. For sale by Titusville ar-1 I to the kidneys bladder and LIVER. Jacksonville Fla.
That Is why I turned over my property 'macy and Banner Drug Store. | They arc adapted to old and young. ,


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n.e Froscher, of Titusville, also Miss JAMESPEITCHAED.President. WINSTON S.BBANNINO. Viee-PresSdent and Cashier
Mabel Zetrouer and brothers Horace

1. and Wallace, of Rochelle, visited the The Song I Iof Bank
Indian River State
: MS NOTES island on Tuesday, calling on Mrs.

Wallace and Mrs. S. J. Field.GEORGIANA .

little Happenings That Help to Make the Hair COUNTY! DEPOSITORY

.. Up the Weekly lewspaperCOCOA Authorized Capital, 100,000; Paid-up Capital, S2. ,000; Average Deposits, $200,000
e Y Miss Corey, of Miami, is visiting TRANSACTS A
L Mrs. Jane Taylor.Mr. There: are four verses. Verse 1. '

t 1. Miss Cora Davis has returned from Sam Tuten, of Vero, was in Ayer's Hair Vigor stops falling GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS

ifiU her visit to W. Palm Beach. town last Monday. hair. Verse 2. Ayer's Hair ;

Miss Breese was visiting her sister, Vigor makes the hair grow. LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK OX THE RIVER
Aaron Cleveland, Jr., is away on a
hunt Merritts Island. Mrs.Provost, last week. i Verse 3. Ay er's Hair Visor Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated. .
r cow Prompt service polite treatment and every favor consistent
w Miss Sadie LaRoche, of Courtenay, We noticed a fine new surrey on cures dandruff. Verse 4. with wnsen-ati\"e thanking granted

s is visiting Mr. R. B. LaRoche and our streets a few days ago. Ayer's Hair Vigor makes the CORII! ..PONDiNTb: : ..

family. Cora and Guy Munson are attending scalp healthy, and keeps it so. Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, New York City;The Atlantic National Bank .

". Miss Fannie Sams and brother were the high school at Cocoa. I: is a regular hair-food ; this of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Fiorida !

rt .. -visiting Mrs. E.'C. Johnson one day I Mrs. Quarterman is visiting her is the real secret of its won- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

t: last week.- I sister, Mrs. Honeywell, at the Taylor derful success.The .

Mr. Chas. Hibbs left on a visit to ottage. best kind of a testimonial- E. L. BRADY & BRO., .

his father, in Western Kentucky, Mrs. C. J. Coggin, of Cocoa, was -.'s1.. .for...-over. .__sixty years...._.-.r" -
by' .C.Ayer Co.,Lowell, IioAl.o Groceries Grain and all Food Products
Grandma the latter Hay
p.- Saturday.. calling on Munson manufacturers ofSARSAPASILU. }
y Mr. Gibert was called to Christmas part of last week. AMalie f Ve handle produce of"all kinds. We are agents for Map 'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively !
0 "s, PILLS. in the above lines of goods: and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write as for prices on
Monday, their youngest child having Baby Hall celebrated her second CHEERY PECTORAL Grain and all Groceries delivered at you station. E. L. BEADY&BRO..TITUSVILLE.FLA.
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'y cut the artery in his hand. birthday Thursday and treated her ---' -' -. rw. w.era a tfC -- --------------- --- --------- i '
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A '---.I Miss Mae Davis has accepted a position friends to ice cream and cake.A. Mrs. E. C. Braddock,of Sebastian, S. N"OR.T01'J9

with the East Coast Lumber B. Carter and Carl Wittfeld are arrived Sunday to visit her parents,

v Co., at Eau Gallic, as stenographer. getting the cribs up at the Clement Mr. and Mrs. John Houston.Mr. Staple and Fancy Groceries llay, brain Produce, L''ruit all nI Idlnds, 1-

k The Cocoa 'school opened on Mon dock this week, ready for the boathouse Geo. Sullivan returned Satur- I

.! day with a large attendance, There addition. day from Miami, accompanied by T VEGETABLES SPECIALTY

4 are six'teachers in our school this Rev. Hawk goes to Smyrna to take Mrs. Arnold and Miss Arnold. T1tus-vl.lle.: I I F1.orl.c1.n.:
,term. Dr. Rader's place next Sunday. A Mrs. A. 0. Frink and children left r=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr-rr-r rrrrr-r-rr.J :

: Everyone along the river drive has missionary from Cuba will take his Monday for Georgia,where they will TITUSVILLE BOAT CO. M:

a had their their lawns and yards cleaner place at Georgiana.A spend some time with relatives. ,

ed and the places present a pleasing family from Canaveral have rent-
Last Sunday little Max King drank
f Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers !
appearance. ed the Birchfield cottage and Joe
some roach poison, but was taken in
Misses Bessie and Sallie Carter, of Bruner has rented the Lyman cot- hand at once and is all right again. :Marine: : RailwayLaunches

Daytona, were the guests of their tage, now owned by Mr.Trafford, of .
Rev. J. S. Geiger had quite a fall
; relatives, Mrs.J. D. Hatter and fam- Cocoa, for this winter. carefully stored for the summer months
.. last week, spraining his wrist quite
week. i=Jr=Jr=J=r=Jr=Jr=J=r=Jr=Jr=_Jr=Jr=J==r Jr- r=}r=lr=]r ]r=3T, -Ir =Jr=]f=l i 'I
ily, last The rains are helping the gauva badly, but is better at this writinjr. -- -- ------ .I i
Roy Trafford arrived home last crop, and people here will be able to
Mrs. John Mathers and children VICTOR
week from Massey's business college ship for some time :yet. Persimmonsare returned Saturday from Homestead,

in Jacksonville, much to the delight ripe and are very fine this year where she visited relatives a month. Talking Machines Supplies and ; .
, of his parents. and there is always good market for ,

. 5 Master Harry Peck arrived in time them. bourne Mrs. Macey Saturday.returned Her mother from Mel-accompanied Records sold by the

for the opening of school from Northern Mr.Price, who was so ill last week, .
her to visit here some time
i Michigan. He is staying with his after sleeping most of the time for 3 INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE f
Miss Georgia Spiller having entered
4 uncle, Mr. A. A. Taylor. thirty-six hours, began to gain and
upon her duties as school teacher, FM., trtiobc. TITDSYILLE FLORIDA
r Mrs. A. R. Moore and Miss Lucy now is quite himself again in every i
Mr. Ainesworth is the
Moore of Merritt, passed through way, except that he is rather weak. new deputy !

town ;on their way to Melbourne His friends are glad to see him ableto postmaster. Jas Pritchard & Son i ;

be about the house and yard again. Mr. Townsend the jeweler has
Beach for a weeks' outing.Dr. Titusville Fla. J
rented the building east of Mr. Hop- ,
and Mrs. W. L. and While bringing loaded
Hughlett up a scow kins' meat market and is prepared to Agents for the
:Misses Elizabeth andAllie are expected with rock from Lotus last Tuesday, .
do all kinds of .
repairing.Mrs. Original T & M Reversible
home this week from a visit Guy Munson had the misfortune to
F. A. Houston and children,
to New York and Jamestown.Mr. meet with a heavy sea from a squall
of Jacksonville, spent a few days this MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES
Thos. Mitchell, of the P. & 0. further up the river, which swampedthe
week with relatives and friends covered
returning y Thoroughly by patents
S. S. Co., is visiting his brother, Mr. scow off the old Black place. .
home Wednesday.Mr. The Engine that Runs Without Repairs
J. F. Mitchell, and family here, also However he went on Indianola that ._ u_ _f
and Mrs. H. W.Christian have ---
' his sister, Mrs. M.Wallace,at Indian- night, engaged another scow and These motors are safe and reliable and
ola. diver to help him and was off early gone to Fort Pierce for two or three can be operated Ity alcohol or kerosene !
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the next day to that rock and weeks. He will work for Mr. Tylan-
Mrs. J. M. Packard get up with as good results as by using gasoline
was a passeneronTuesday's -
fill the cribs at the Clement dock. der while the latter takes a vacation.Mr. -
train for New York - ---
J. H. Henderson brought Rev.J. .
.state. She will visit Mrs. S. Hoover
TROPICMrs. S. Geiger from Valkaria in his
and Mrs. B. C. Snyder, of German- up < > and Sale Stables
town. Schofield, Miss Nellie and launch Monday, Mr. Geiger having

Master Percy were guests of Mrs. filled his appointment there Sunday.Mrs. .
Mrs. W. Ronald,son and grandson,
C. L. Stewart, of Banyan, Sunday.Mr. Cortright and children, of SADDLE HORSES
of Daytona, arrived in town this
Little River, is here visiting Mrs. C. BUGGIES
week, coming to attend the weddingof Albert Mathers has lumber fora i
boat house which will be C. Houston, on her way home from f
her son, Mr. T. G. Ronald, and a great SURREYS ,
Atlanta where she visited her brother z-
Miss Maude Hardee. convenience during the heavy west TURNOUTS
winds. G. S. Adams.A t
Mr. T. G. Ronald and Miss Maude "" of all kinds
Hardee were married on Tuesday, Mr. John R. Carter, who has been surprise party was given Leland
.Sept. 10th, at the residence of the living in Miami for some time, has McMillan this week, who has just returned Hauling_____,_ I .

bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. returned to his home here. His family from St. Louis. A large crowdwas t .1 J. JrI, OSBAN, TitusYille, Florida _
present and a most enjoyabletime
. Hardee, in Rockledge. They were will come shortly. -- '
was spent in games. Refreshments D. II fcPELL Dr J. (", SPELL, Registered PharmacistBANNER ,
, accompanied to the Cocoa station by Miss Myrtle Blocker,who has been
were served.Mr. .
< the wedding guests, who speeded visiting her grandmother the west
them on their way with a shower of coast, came Tuesday,much to the delight P. A. McMillan and son, Le- DRUG STORE

rice. They will spend several weeks.at of her parents and brother. I land, have returned from St. Louis.

Indian Springs, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Messrs. Jones and Baxter arrived I I They brought two of the finest specimens .

Ronald are both popular in our vicin- Sunday from Grant, where Mr. Bax- I of prairie wolves we ever saw. Titusville, Florida
Mr. McMillan has been in St. Louis
ity and a long life of happiness is ter spent last season. They have I several months exhibiting his famous FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES' .
wished for them. They will resideIn rented places at Banyan, and will
their handsome new home in South move their families. Everglades show. PERFUMERY, STATIONERY

.. Cocoa on their return. I "All is quiet along the Potomac" Soda Water and Ice Cream
I .
EAU GALLIE once more although the negro who Fresh Pure Drugs and ChemicalsMail
INDIANOLAAll i committed the assault on Mrs. WaIters -
Major Jordan is much better this orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
our boys are in the woods for : week.A has not been located. Sheriff haven't in stockitttrr"dr"iVf"VIUrt"r"Irvirrrir"ttt"irrirgVVVrv'O'"r

the final round up of cattle for this Brown deserves great credit for the
: born Mr. and Mrs. G.M. .
son was t\. / / / / / /
season. untiring efforts he made to appre- (\
Budd last
Indianolaites are very proud of Friday.Mr. hend the brute who did the deed.A .

their new town dock, which is the Sumpter is a little better but large congregation attended the

finest on Indian river. confined to his bed yet. Sunday morning service in the M. E. The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware\ Co.

Dr. Urich is here with the .
Mr. W. G. Paterson, of Cocoa, now church. The following special musicwas

Sunday.Mrs. Mr. Harry Sample, who has been -Fuller, was sung by Mrs. C. C. MACHINE SHOPS

'. Wooten and son, from Geor- quite ill, is up and around again. Houston and Mr. Sanders and the

gia, are visiting her son-in-law and School opened Monday with Prof. latter sang a very beautiful solo,

,daughter, Mr.and Mrs.T.S.SandersMr. and llrs.Iace). and Miss Spiller as "How Sweet the Name"Fearis. Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS' '
Prof. the violin.
teachers.Mr. played
and Mrs. A. 0. Lapham and

(Daughter also Mrs. Hill, all of Cocoa. Reid Stewart left Wednesdayfor Lame Back

. spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Jacksonville, where he will work, This is an ailment for which Chamber HARDWARE, PAINTS & OILS :

Mrs. T. S. Sanders.Mr. this winter. I lain's Pain Balm has proven especial!]
valuable. In almost every instance it affords
Thos. Mitchell, of Key West, Rev. J. S. Geiger will preach next prompt and permanent relief. :Mr: Agricultural Implements
visited his sister, Mrs. Wallace, and Sunday morning and evening at the Luke LaGrange,of Orange, Mich., says of

is improving in health from the balmy Baptist church. it. "After for three using weeks a plaster for a bad and lame other back remedies ,.I SANFORD FLORIDA .1.1J..WNM"Wmmm

breezes of our famed river. There will be a lecture at the M. E. I purchased a bottle of Chambt>rlain's; ,
Pain Balm, and two effects
Mrs. J. F. Mitchell and daughters, church next Sunday evening at 7:30by ( a cure." For sale by applications Titusville Pbarmacjand .

accompanied by her guests, Miss Car- Miss Jenkins, of Cuba. Banner Drug Store. W y.WNN.WHJ I

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