The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00250
 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 20, 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: UF00075901:00250
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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\ WEEK dress New, walking York or or house Bostonpatronizehome. do not sendto AND INCIDENTS Bargains In Every Department AND PERSONALSSomething

MONDAY, SEPT. 23, 1907.

Pungent Holes Pertaining to Events We carry at all times a most com- Personal Paragraphs About People that Fluffy ruffles belts,latest novelties, 'i J About the People of Titus-
plete stock of the famous Queen Mr. Kline, who is at present in New i I
c Transpiring About Town Quality and Irving Drew shoes, in Travel Here and There I York, has sent them by express. To l ville as They Come and Go

"A cool drink at a cool place at I both low and high cuts, in tan, patent see them is to appreciate them,spec- A cool
Miss Sophia Smith is teaching the drink at cool
place at
leather, gun metal, white canvas, Monday 98 cents.
.... MANDY'S. vici, etc., prices from $1.50 to $4.00 Jims school. I I Colored linens, suitable for ladies' MANDY'S.Did .

The largest and best line of boys' Per pair, all shapes and all sizes. Correspondence desired withy shirtwaist suits and children's dresses you say school shoes? Well,
; We the largest line of shoes 32 inches wide, worth 40 cents A
and girls' school shoes will be foundat carry a
\hiteman raised farm. to
Branning's he has
on or the
grove largest line,
shown on the East Coast of Florida yard, Monday's special, 25 cents.Whitelinen212yardswide .
Branning's.There for men, boys women, misses, children Address C. S., Rock Ledge, Fla. ; worth all standard makes, prices right.

will be services at the Bap- and infants. Boys, you should see the fine assort- $1.50 a yard, special Monday, for Miss Willard,daughter of Mr. and I*

tist church Sunday morning at 11 One order makes a lasting customer ment of knickerbocker pants that S 1.00. Mrs. C. A. Willard, was here Satur- \
I Indian Head linen
44 inches
As o'clock. All are cordially invited. WINSTON S. BRANNING have just arrived at Winston S. Bran- already shrunk, special, Monday, for, day on a visit to relatives route to 4

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holman, who Titusville, Florida. ning's. II 20 cents per yard. Miami. if

who went to Worcester, Mass.,a few -- ---- Owing to the absence of a goodly Knebyoulah mohair, silk finish, 44 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rumph, of

weeks ago, have just returned to Orphanage Day number of the members of the Indian i inches$1.19n wide black, worth and blue.$1.75, special Miami, were passengers on the north

their Daytona home. The first Saturday in October is always River Yacht club, the monthly I New and up-to-date patterns in bound train last Thursday on their

.. A cement side walk was com- Orphanage day, and soon the social that was planned for this week 'Ii' ginghams, suitable for children's way to New York city.

menced yesterday morning in frontof day will be here. The help received I has been deferred. dresses and boys' blouses, 1212cents.Ladies' Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at Eau t

the Masonic and adjoining from the first Saturday in October, night gowns, handsomely
Temple Master Rufus Robbins leaves for I trimmed with embroidery or lace. jallie at 7:30 p. m. on Sunday, Sept.

vacant lot on the west, on Julia street. 1906, was very gratifying. And now DeLand next Tuesday, where he will : worth $1.50, special Monday, for 98 22nd.: Epworth League at 6:45 p.m.

Mr. R. W. Rhodes, of Miami, stop- we ask that everybody who is inter- enter the law department of Stetson cen ts. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. All wel-
ested in the orphanage at Arcadia Another lot worth $1.00, special
ped off here Sunday on his way home university. Master Richard Robbins, come.
New York look after his will give us the earnings of one day, will attend Rollins Win Monday, for 69 cents.
from to or- college, at Ladies' sleeveless undervests, Word has been received from the
ange grove, and expects to leave this the first Saturday in October, 1907, ter Park, the coming ;year. 12 1-2 cents. special north that Capt. P. Nelson has gone

Friday afternoon for his home. for this work. Please do not forget. Next Thursday being the last Just received a new line of boys' from Perth Amboy to Minnesota,
or neglect it. We have now1fif -two knee with without blouse.
Mr. Geo.E. Pritchett arrived: Wednesday Thursday in this month, brings to a pants, or to undergo a surgical operation by
children to feed, clothe and educate.Mr. Mail orders promptly filled on any
afternoon from Gecrgia,leav- close the half Thursday holiday sea- of the above goods. an expert in Rochester.The .
W. Hooker, our legislator,has
ing Mrs. Pritchett and the children son with the Titusville merchants, JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. dispatch boat, Rochester, ar- '
made it his business for to
it" Cornelia. for possibly two months' ;years see which commenced about the first of 'Phone No. S. rived from Daytona Saturday and is
everybody in Arcadia and
longer stay as her health has greatly secure a May and continued for five months. now engaged in plying between this '
contribution the first Saturday in
improved since she has been there. on Another Suspect ArrestedA place and Clifton. Commodore Allen 1
October, spending the whole day in Equinoxtial Storm This Week
New supply of Standard sewing the work. Last year he brought us negro by the name of Chester has his business. office on board the

machines will arrive at Indian River three hundred dollars for the day. The weather bureau sighted a inkney wa arrested at Dupont, in Rochester.

Music House within the next few We ask that some man or lady in storm of disturbance Florida off the southeast St. Johns county, Thursday of last Mail Clerk C. B. Kingman has j]

days. All styles to suit your purse. every town in Florida do similar work cot coast manifest Tuesday, but it did week by Deputies Chas. Green and rented the Haile cottage and expects j j

You will save money by investigating for the orphanage. Please try to interest much intensity, the Guy White and carried to St. Au- to move his family therein in a few

: them. Prices the lowest and every everyone, regardless of denom wind squalls reaching 36 miles an gustine on suspicion of" being the days. Mrs. Haile and family will J]

, 1 machine is fully guaranteed.. ination, to put in his or her businessthe hour most threatening volocity at Key conditions West, reported with the l notorious negro criminal, Will Mc- move to Jacksonville with the exception **1'

Messrs. Boud Osban and F. E largest day's work they ever did from Jupiter. It is probable this isan Fadden. of Ralph, who will remain -herewith i
Stone arrived home this week from and send the gifts to me at Arcadia. Pinkney was in some way warnedof the Indian River State bank.
equinoxtial storm and that it has
Cuba, where they have been railroad- The home is for poor white orphansof ; the approach of the officers, and,
into the
passed out
ing for the Cuba Eastern railway for the state, "irrespective of religious ----, ----gulf.- though working in a section gang Negro Still at Large

sometime past. l\Ir.Osban will re- creeds or nationality." Give dropped everything and took to the Sheriff Brown wishes to announce
No Jury in the Rawlinson Trial
main here on a GO days' leave of ab- your day's earnings, jour; estimates : woods The deputies arrived just in that notwithstanding the numerous

sence, while Mr. Stone will probably income, and make it a large glad day Seventy-five talesman have thus: time to prevent his escape, one head- reports circulated throughout the

stay here permanently, as he is likely for the poor. far been examined this week at Fort ing him off while the other drove state that the negro who assaultedMrs.Walters

to accept a position with the Titus- We ask that Sunday schools and Pierce without the acceptance. of a him from cover. Pinkney gave the had been captured, he

-ilIe Lumber Co. I churches help in fully advertising the single juryman to try the case of the names and addresses of several places I is still at large.As .
-- ---- state vs. W. C. Ilawlinson. charged where he had been and the is
day and that Sunday school super- working may : soon as negro captured he
Town Officials NominatedA with the murder of C. T. :McCart
intendents and pastors interest their establish an alibi. Heals<> has papersin will notify the public. In the mean-

very harmonious meeting was churches and schools, and do everything at that place in February last. Judge his possession to corroborate some time he wishes every officer in the y

.' held at the courthouse yesterday- reasonable to get a contribu- Jones has issued a special venire for of his statements. He seemed to be state to keep a sharp lookout for the

ternoon to" nominate town officers tion from every one. two hundred more jurymen and it i is greatly distressed over his arrest.In neh'To'and, if possible, effect his cap-
for the coming term. All of the officials We will thank the editors of all our hoped a jury can be secured from height, weight and color Pink- ture. f

were renominated with the exception in the state if they will advertise that number to try the case. Should ney tallies with the description of:
Crushed Under
a jury fail to qualify a change of a Freight C.irA
of Alderman E. L. Brady the day, the first; Saturday in McFadden, still h: may not be the
venue will undoubtedly be granted, young man by the name of Ben
P. J. Hall being nominated in his October. We sincerely hope for large man.
place. B. R. Wilson, mayor; A. A. help. in which event the case will probablybe Sheriff Perry sent photographs of Howard who worked for the ice factory -

Stewart, F. A. Lesley and P. J. Hal, transferred to Dade county. this man to Sheriff Brown this weekas fell from a freight car yesterday -
Send amounts toP ,
aldermen J. N. Waller, marshal and
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collector. J. P. Wilson clerk and M. a means of identification and hewill
Box, Supt., We are headquarters for soda waters Land
treasurer; J. Henry, assessor. Arcadia, Fla. -,Vanilla strawberry, lemon be held until that is definitely sustained internal injuries and =
raspberry: chocolate peach, pineapple -I decided. II also a terribly lacerated left arm. S

Fort Dallas Bank Commission AdjournedThe ginger, sherbet, orange, cocoa Howard jumped onto a freight car '

The following notice to creditors cola, cherry sarsaparilla grape, banana The negro suspect who was arrested I 1 Ion the side next to the freight plat-

of the Fort Dallas National Bank of investigating commission, blackberry, palmo pepsin, root at Lakeland !last week, and broughthere 1 form, unconscious of his perilous position -
Miami Florida, signed by J. K. McDonald which has been in session: at Tallahassee beer, orangeade lithia red rock, for identification as the negro II hanging with one hand to the
for several weeks, ha adjourned limeade, lemonade phosphates.
receiver is in the
who committed the criminal assault iron ]ladder. His body struck the
Miami Record "It is of its sittings will be resumed again i in MANNER DRUG STORK.
: esixcialim-
at Pineda recently proved to I Ilv platform, throwing him between the
portance that all creditors who have I October, the date to be jet determined I : platform and the other passing cars,
GutermuthJorgensenOn the man. This suspect; was
claims against the Fort Dallas Nat- upon. wrong 'I the latter striking him severely,
ional Bank of :Miami, Florida, should The reason for the adjournment Thursday last: Sept.12th: Mr I several} inches too tall for McFadden. ;' probably fracturing several rib and

present their claims properly provento I Julius Valentine Gutermuth, of Stuart i The negro has remained here and causing internal injuries and also
given out by the chairman of the
the receiver or before October] i
to work. Capt. John Logan, crushing and lacerating his;left arm.
I and Miss Carrie Marie Joigen.sen. ,- I gun
else their claims lie commission the
"Hh>> 1907, or may was inconveniencenow
Th injured arm came in contact
of IjuktltUiu.: brou "ht him here undert (
barred. of Grant. wrr r" ":" rt : ;
I attendant upon requiring the :with the wheel, the flesh and tendons
The First National Bank of St. j presence of certain witnesses: before : of the bride's i>: 'its in it ai'prche.si ,.. then, he had the being mangled and crushed all around
Augustine has filed a bill of com- I Grant. .j,ill man. It is strange how many the bone from above the elbow nearly
i the commission the f "
same being m-
plaint in the United State courtagainst I For a n1H?her of Mr. Guter- i negroes are ff'"/' "-ho sp"n to -*1t t.t the wrist, but no fracture was
jer| lo\ham. former .
Governor (
J. McDonald, a.* receiverof v- t nd.
I' ; fc' the description M"pacMen.Stove ::
math saver oi
ir. t employ "f menu
the defunct Fort Ddla!! NationalBank i iernor Fleming and former :\ttorn<>v- wa I' E.r.. Surgeon P.. T!. Wilson,as-'
of Miami. The St. Augustinebank | General (rvv congressman I Iunar.j j Son, fish: dealer.-: J<.'r a: and from I Wood ; -.noi by i>r. Spell, did all in their
seeks to recover S10,: S.OS. k that rtte-eto the position of alleviate the suucr of
| All of these witnesses are out of the i i'st' j managingi IWVVT t." ?'g;
items given the Fort Dallas! National j ,;.' i partner in the firm of Ricou &Guter- I am offering IG-inch pine stoveJwood the >..-..., ......., and he was* erri:,:J
IJIoxham I
bank collection.. xornor In-ing i muth. doing extensive fish business that ha.ncn'r been turpen-' to the rai ... L !.:\J at i t. Augustine -
--- i\i n 'tirolina. Governor Fleming In tined. All other wood .
: yOU now on train *< .. :-..-.: fr .tten-
Myers CottageMrs. Virginia, and Congi man Lamar in at Stuart and Grant. Both bride 'I'has' been turi>entined; 2;> cords cutar.1

Kate Myers has .;..iJiejed the I New York. The purpose: of the com- i groom haw a large acquaintance of : 1 dri(:'fl ready for delivery tion.The internal i injurie a. J, '
name of her boarding aoube to MyersCottage. I mission is to get the testimony ofevery 1 friends on Indian river who wish !, G. G. HOWARI ] such as can only be determined b> '
This house (Uonnerly the them much happiness and pro:'perity the symptoms that develop! or are
I living member of former stateadministrations Orange and Grapefruit Trees .
Alpine cottar?) i is 1 1.Gated on Hop- in their wedded life. I made manifest later on.
kins str'e0:kr,> )'irs.1: n.'rsll be as a part of the testimony Grown at Shiloh I'l N on highhickory This sad accident should be a timely

pleased to sec ail of her old patronsand to be incorporated in the re- The Alpine Hotel J I hammock. Free n *' 'vhiterly. warning to so many who are too apt
the traveling public generally. port. Hence the commission has One year to two year ola (JUt}:'. at jumping aboard moving freight
work until these witnessesshall j Titusville. Fla., F. A. Ltoley. manager. : Prices from 25; to ?.>cent Carefully I- and pa: '.nger train.-
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On the European plan--furn- | ?
FOR SALK C1IX.U FOR CASH. i i packed and delivered at Oak Hill
About 88 of good high land on have returned. After these i ished rooms and quick lunch. Centrally station.. J. W. GP.IFFI.--, FURNITURE DRY GOODS SHOES
acres ; ,
three examined the will I located.
are report Shiloh Fla.
side of the Indian river ,
. the east or ocean i Gas-pipe pliers. Trunk locks.
at the Narrows, described as follows: LotNo. be closed. I i Sandtly netting. Mosquito bars.HAWKES .
3, section 55; a'=f> !Jot Xo. 3, section Launch Frances I Draying I. eyeglasses.Slovng .
L 36, in township 31 south range 39 east. Gun Repair Works and Sail Loft I Iravinaorhanlinaofallkind: ; 'promptly -
for cards.
If This land is unimproved but finely lo To hire or charter large or attended to. Meets! all trains. Stovegood : picture post
1i cated. For farther particulars address All work guaranteed. Guns stock-; J I small parties, 28 feet, 8 fee beam, for sale at all times. Stationery School supplies..
E. M. Low. ed and shot guns rebored. I cabin and toilet. T. HALL. II. E. HOLTOV.TitusuIIe I Globe-Wernicke Elastic book cases.
BrocktonMass. H. BENECKE, Titusville, Fla. 1 Indianola, Fla. Fla. Chas. A. Gardner 'PhoneSl
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I Arizona -Into ffi Union i as one state. Judge Parker Never Again. !

i' hr MJr J ,.,.. t :' : .i .:: \ fie said the president was disposed' to Judge Alton B. Parker of New York.
i .. 'I ,rtr ": ti y.? .C :: : accept the verdict of the people of the the last Democratic candidate fer f.

Jl- two territories In favor of separate president has denied unreservedly

I statehood. This announcement follows he-
newspaper reports to the effect that "'_
Garfield's recent visit to the territories Is seeking another nomination. He

and It Is presumed that the says he does not desire ever again t* ,
-. president's changed attitude fc due tolarfield's hold public oflice, but that he prepaw
t report. It Is said that the whenever he sees
I to express his views
citizens of Arizona are unwilling to fit and that he will not be deterredby

II accept joint statehood; that they misrepresentations.Calls i
would rather stay out of the Union
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II than go In tied In theme sheaf Taft "Great Postpcner. ;

with New Mexico: In a speech: made at Oklahoma City

hept 5 William J. Bryan replied to the
Burton to Fight Johnson.
I .. recent address made by Secretary Taftit
Congressman Theodore E. Burton of
the same place lIe referred te
Cleveland, 0.. who for six terms has
i.,. Hanna as chairman of the Republican I a priori hypothesis on his part but been a prominent member of the lower Taft's attitude toward tariff revision,
favors, but would defer definite -
which he
national committee urged that other- was the result of observations now louse, announced that he would accept -
I SOCIOLOGICAL j jtI I action until after the next: elec-
wise the strike would extend and the fully confirmed. On the photographstaken the nomination of the Republicans
tion to his disunion to tell the Filipinos -
: election of McKinley and Roosevelt already he has counted fifty-six ()f Cleveland for mayor of that city ;

: -Affinity" Supplants Wife. be thereby .endangered and that he canals, and it now appears certain that In opposition to Tom L. Johnson who that they ought to have self gov
awhile and to his -
: An unusual Instance of the disregard: (Hanna) said that he was authorizedto the positioning of points of the Martian will be the Democratic candidate to ernment-after -
of Oklahoma to re-
of marriage vows which has attracted settle the strike through President topography will be realized. Threeof succeed himself. In accepting the to the people

much attention is the separation by Mitchell of the Miners union on condition the photographs are published in nomination Mr Burton stipulated that ject their proposed constitution and
until another enabling -
;> mutual consent of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. of a 10 per cent Increase In Nature and show various canals hitherto there should be no affiliation with any postpone statehood j

.x Earle of Monroe, N. Y. and the announcement wages. Consequently the defendant unknown to European astronomers.A. public service corporation and that act can tw secured lIe said

by the husband that he claims that the advance In the priceof S. Eddington, F. R. S.. of the there be no organized opposition to him that Taft thus gave promise of acquiring "-
b title of the "Great PostponerEXECUTIVE .
has found his "soul affinity" in an- coal was In no way Influenced by Greenwich observatory, commenting on within his party. Burton said he had : the

other young woman a Miss Julia : the motives of monopoly alleged In the Lowell's article, says that Lowell has adopted this course upon the adviceof .

Kuttner of Bethlehem. Pa.. whom bet I petition.The not proved his case and that he Is more I Secretary Taft, Secretary Garfield I I

will marry after the present Mrs Reading company denies that It inclined to accept the theory of Pickering I and the president.

Earle shall have returned to her family holds the entire capital stock of the that these canals are the resultof i

ii -- In France and railway company and of the Coal andiron the planet's natural shrinkage.Find Hughes as an Optimist. To B. Named New York.It .
Governor Hughes of New York in
' obtained a di- company and a majority of the Remains of Mastodon. Is announced from Washington
another address at the Fulton county
vorcetaking her Central Railroad of New Jersey, but that the president and the navy department -
Word has recently been receivedfrom
air has won plaudits from the assembled -
two-year-old son admits that it owns "a beneficial interest have reached a decision to .
Professor C. W. Gilmore, who, farmers by declaring himself to .
4Y4 with her. Inter- in the major portion of the name one of the two 20,000 ton battleshiiM .
accompanied by Professor W. T. Shawof be an optimist He believes we shall
4 est In the case share capital of each of the said cortoratlons. authorized by the last session
the Washington State college and a have steady, consistent progress and
t was heightenedby ." It is declared that the of congress the New York. The armored -
party of scientists! from the east Is that to this end there Is a growing demand
the fact that holds cruiser now bearing that name
Reading company no longer any
now In central Alaska, that they have throughout the country for hon
Earle is an art- stock of the Central Railroad of New will be rechristened Saratoga to per
found a specimen of the mastodon In business and for honesty In
# ist and a man Jersey, 145,000 shares having been esty petuate that name in the navy, the I
frozen Intact In the great Muir glaciernear
a affairs. The American people,
ohrealthhaTlngInberlted transferred in 1901 to the Pennsylvania public old historic vessel' with that title hav
the Chikoot pass.: The party set have great variety -
while a
a for- I company. Finally the Reading he says, they ins been condemned and ordered to be
out on this particular errand and their
tunefromthelateGeneral : company denies the charge that It entered hopes were more than realized when of faults, will not fall In the fa broken up The other of the two giant

Ferdi into an unlawful combination to they discovered this large and per tare; "to make the government square battleships authorized has been named

;' a nand P. Earle. control the production transportationand fect specimen imbedded in the great with the eternal principles, of the Ten Delaware. At present there are only
'' of the sale coal two states In the Union which hare
manager of Commandments and the Declaration
Ice field in much the posl
f .. PI' very same
Hotel etherF. The Temple iron company anotherorganization tion as when- overwhelmed by- the of Independence" not battleships or armored cruiser

P. Earle.. land atew of which Mr Baer Is frigid elements. On some portions of As to the railroads, the governor says named for them-Utah and North Da- .

York. The fact was also brought out president, also made: answer to the the animal the hair and flesh were that franchises and privileges have kota. i

that Earle Is a Socialist but in an government suit against: the coal trust still fresh but crumbled when exposedto been thrown around altogether too Naval Shakeup Begun. ,

k Interview he said he wanted It under This company denies that the coal the air. It is estimated that the carelessly in the past and that there One of the most radical shakeupsin ,

stood that his belief In Socialism had roads purchased Its capital stock. It length; of the mastodon from the end Is not a railroad the tate but whose the history of the United States

,4 nothing to do with the course he was admits that the corporation acquired of its trunk to the tip of the tall was right to conduct business conies from navy is now reported to be under way t

following In his domestic life. lie several small coal mining companies, about se\"enty-fi\"e feet and that when the state and that consequently the in the department with especial reference .

said he was not moved by the examples but claims the purchasers were under standing on all fours the height must state must control: the railroad lIe to the personnel of the line on

V of Ruskin or any one else and the authority of the laws of Pennsylvania have been nearly forty feet says government must treat every the battleships which are to take part !

4 that religion had nothing to do withIt and contends that the United question with inexorable fairness and In the forthcoming Pacific cruise. The

either. lie had brought his future States courts have no jurisdiction to patient deliberation In ascertaining purpose is to advance the younger men

wife to his home before the departureof enter a decree enjoining the other coal I POLITICALHearst 1 truth, but that no man shall have to the fighting line and send their eiders ,

his present wife in order to cure companies named from voting stock greater advantage than any otJer.Bryan's to the rear. and it is said that of

c any bitterness that might be in his In the Temple company. Its answer, Candidacy Announced. the eighteen captains who will com-

I wife's heart by doubt as to the person- like those of the three Reading companies In Conservative Role. mand the ships on the long voyage
of the who to takIt William IL Hearst the millionaire What Is regarded: as an official announcement
ili ality woman was calls the government's charges fourteen will be men younger than the
her Miss himself editor and Samuel Compers of the Intention of WU
place. Kuttner. like 'Vague, Indefinite Impertinent and newspaper officers now iu command. The orders
is a Socialist, but neither of them believe scandalous." '. president of the American Federation liam J. Bryan to be a candidate for
relieving the older
r men were kindly
l :. ".' in free love although Earle says of Labor, were the principal the presidential nomination next: year put. and ,thev were assured that tfceir!
" x he thinks that social ties should not *l eikers at the Jamestown exposition was! made recently by Harry II Walker -
transfer shore In
;t ; interfere with the course of true love I I SCIENTIFICPeak I on Labor day and a vast throng of of the New York Prosnwsive n reflection on their duty ability was no way '

II. lie says that when he met Miss Kutt: people was there assembled! from all league, who for the past eight years .

,, ner a few months ago In France both I'jrtof the country. Mr Hearst has been looked upon as the close per-
Rises From Sea. Saved Her Son's Life
'! of them realized that their marriage whoM papers and utterances heretofore sonal representative of Bryan In a

t-t" ,. "had been ordained before birth and Dr. C. Eakle and A B.Ieyers.. members have been associated with various prepared statement )Ir. Walker says: The happiest mother in the little tows :

was to continue forever" of an expedition which left beat forms of radicalism, though never going The situation has developed sufficiently of A\a, Mo, is Mrs S. Rupee She writes:
tie last year In the schooner Lydia to to make safe these predictions: For
In order to demonstrate to their ; beyond the assumed position of 'One year ago my SOP was down withsuch
It inquire into the formation of Perry
: neighbors and to the public that they fundamental democracy, appeared in a mer Governor David R Francis of serious lung trouble that oar physician -
paw I island, have returned to San Francisco -
Missouri will be chairman of the Democratic -
in to their somewhat role the defenderof
:: were agreement as separa new as unable him
During their stay Alaskan! was to help : wheel by
;"i' tlon and that there was no hard f'tlf" capital and the opponent of class national conventionugustus
waters the scientists discovered a new our druggM's i advice, I l began giving hm
Thomas of New York will present Ir.BrJ'an's .
lag between them it was arranged distinctions. Said Mr Hearst: "I
peak, which has been named Dr. King's New Discovery and I
f that Mr Earle and Miss Kuttner ; since have no patience with the prejudice name to the convention and gnen

. should go to the pier to see Mr Earle McCullo peak. By the formation of! which exist between alleged classes :Mr Bryan will lie nominited by actlaimtion noticed improvement. I kept this treatment -

;; this peak Perry Island has been transformed Timothy I). Sullivan of for few weeks when he
'. and the little boy off when they allit when the classes themselves do not up a was perfectly
into 8 eninsula connecter New York wUI Ire chairman of theIkuioiratic well He has worked steadily since
; for Europe. Mr. Earle and a brother t really exSt l There is no reason for
with Bososlog island The whole formation at work Hr.I king's New Digcoerv
national ('ol1lmittt>C. It carpenter -
'., accompanied the wife and child to the hostility between employer and em- '
is steading! hot. Several earthquakes saved his life: < >i2arante td beet
steamer, but Miss Knttner did net appear ployee, between capitalist and wage: is; exited that Mr Bryan will makean :
it and cold Titus\ille Phar-
die to volcanic! disturbances cure:
Later when the artist rerumeOto earner Capital iM but the aecumulation extensive sjieexhmiklng tour macy and Banner Drug More :lie and
t which *>c j;: (, to his home in the village of Monroe pr of wealth which employer and employee thr..n gh the east the coming fall. $1.00. Trial bottle five
peak were felt by both Dr Cakle
., .' a number of the townspeople formed! create together He went on
. ... and his companion -
a mob and attempted to do him some to argue that the great financial promoters

violence, but be was escorted to his Use of Seismograph In War. and captains of Industry are

.. home by the village officials. Acc-onllc to dispatch from Vienna worthy of their reward, that they workas Do not suffer

Mrs. Earle in an interview explain some important experiments were bard as any of us! and that their

Ir'' l ed that she was entirely satisfied with made during the recent Mend gunnery work Is necessary to the full production wiT severe'

the arrangement and that she and her trials bj Professor Belar. directorof of riches out of which are paid the Headaches

husband had ceased to love each other the Lubach earthquake "Kervitory highest: wages in the -

't" J before the new "affinity" appeared v ho used the eNmoprsy; apparatus wor'd: lIe would let when

1 ? Her family in Paris are willing for her to -ec if I It was iwr Bible to i them have a liberal ,, 1T

-t t to return and if she found another! calculate ieTiti'iw'ry! by the \ibra- shire of the wealthas

' .; man whom she cared for she would dons of the earth the location and c long; as that I Is

t not hesitate to marry agiln Earle hats rcction of distant artillery fire Ill-I "the incentive which
.tsp: : made suitable financial provision fort experiments were tisft"toy. :mtll i stimulates them to

t his wife In an agreement with her f:ither they will IK continued during the com'n. l useful :lI'ti"i ti '-

,:0, Referring; to the criticism by his .? autumn artillery maneuvers ia th -I and I "as long as it

,i,!, neighbors llirle said he detect: such I'ara\\anken !1ill-. is honestly acquired

! '.. exhibition of but admitted rtt.. Hear.1 K
;:; an hypocrj thr.u 1 nte"pri s's
' Life on Mars Con rtred.Professor
'!" that he bad departed from social I tint beneflt the whole ii>mciin tr HeI
Percirnl I.o voli of Ilir- ri MvRK. .
l:: convention He explained that he bad I said their ridlar seldom silent In
carol in a omniunuation to Nature, :lCritilJ
:.\ never thought! of taking this sup until I j ,'xhn"nJmbut are put lurk into Will Cure You.
vciontih publication. il<* 'hres
l- to
he had read Edward Cairenters book, | new industries t., produce more wraith The liver is the
for the whole
main-spring body. To
that the ctb-H'!"ntHu-* wade dunuc fie! i it't' expect
s(: "Loves Coning of \ge. He said his sent'olllkliilon of the planet Mars 'i an l r"e ,'ni|'''ovnipnt to ninny mn good health, one must keep the liver in good order To do '.

I to( wife had also read this book, [ Hi paid a luh tribut" to labor nn ons a regulator is needed. Herbine will put your liver in tn.. wu..-
: tends to estiMish tie fiet: that V!
F. A National Divorce Registry. ins rlef"nslel the 1"iiion I-ilx jrnrt; dition it should be and you will not suffer from head-tchtb.
; 'i ?nd is at i're-t.t the :1f..It' of nt'l-;
A proposition discussed by the In- lint r.istnirtive IIfl Fa'aking nf t of s;:n tr'iKiv. pointing out tint ;it A (

I ,.< ternatioiial Law association at Port the o!."tr\ations : w:is ilH"Ih; ; a district attorney elected POSITIVE CUREFOR

land Me. is that the divorce decreesin of the polar ': : on the sim: .- ticket with fthnufz who CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND

any state be extended al throush: ta1..wiistlvs-re! : ; was resKnsilile fur putting tin- former ,

tti? N; a registry bureau at Washington antI begun throe ws. i! tII.r into priau :M',1 wh) is |.UP HITISv FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA

I i -" .iltln bnUrs n- nsiMe for the !.*-
I I : that divorce jurisdiction receive international mouths awl a \. i < AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
:H l.ir'b"-v dtY".
r recognition half K f..re t'ieOpposition In tint )Ir. Hearst

i : > Answer of the Coal Trust. (>ocurred 4'z1; I tbor ':t there were no disputes be-
\ tweetl capital} and l:1hor winch souls Has Done A World Of Good.
Answers to the federal suit against I It was ,. :
/ y not l l.e settled by arbitrationMr ; .
S the alleged anthracite coal monopoly jw ihlehreaicbthe Mr C. D. Philley Marble Falls, Texas writes>: I have
Gompers r "
,I S Lave been died by the leading coin south polar \ used Herbine and find it the best liver corrective I have ("\,.r

;tr. parry, the Heading railway and the c-tp at its max!. y largely to a p'oh'st aj-i'nst the lis-! tried. It done my family as well as myself a world IIf good.
', crimination of the courts adverse to and I recommend it to all friend I
Pennsylvania and Reading Coal andIron mum and the > my : never suffer Iruci
labor unlois lie Intimated that if this headaches
; company, of all of which George northern at Us t auyworet'sUe

:! F P aer is rt'sidt'nt.eneral/ denial minimum extent f' l' c power were used to deprive bin of WILL BUY IT.
,' .i his constitutional and personal r'g'"s!
: Is made of the allegations, and it w Irofessor

'.. held that the agreements to advance Lowell Is antis,9 he would assort the rights regardless Ballard Snow
of cc nsesiuene> and said It would he ., Liniment Co.
fled he
th:it wasable
. the price of coal were brought about i I
't- better for the country If labor were !II
: in 1900 by the violence and Intlmlda to observe I 500-502 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS MO.
of Professor P LowtlL : not forced by this policy to extreme ,
r tion of striking mine workers, by the development I
. failure of state and national governments the canal system in the antarctic and measures.

5- to enforce the law and by the south temperate zones. I Abandons Joint Statehood.

; Importunities of the late M A Hanna He says it is a direct conclusion from Secretary of the Interior Garfield Sold and Recommended by

,: who it is said wag anxious to end the this that the planet is at present the I told the newspaper men at Oyster nay

" strike on account of the iripendintiVMdonti abode of intelligent beings lie adds that the administration had abandoned \1.s'Vi11o Pha1-In.L1.cy: and.Ba.n.n.or .

y' i il e'eUfou.! It N silted that that the thjeort of such life was not an Its effort to triiig New Mexico and : Dr'\'t.s Stoiro

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OFNBWS Finest Phosphate Land in the State A Splendid Gusher. Planned Jail Delivery.The i

In the southwestern portion of Polk (Punta Gorda Herald.) Miami Metropolis of Wednesdaysays
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; l'-nf county ,the firm of Peter B. & R. S. About 3:15 p. nt. last Saturday there : .

$ _' 111 FAIR FLORIDA Bradly have acquired: no less than sixteen was a tremendous and startling blowing Through the rlgilence of Sheriff Fro- $5,000 ; .
''ff.:. .,. ;f: .. thousand acres of what is termed of the whistle at our local ice fac- hock what would ultimately hare-been ; ;
: ::' Ihitts Being Done Towards the De- very fine phosphate land. We have tory. Many people took it for an a jail delivery was nipped in the bud J

.. heard from an authentic source that alarm of fire and looked over In that this morning and as a result he now ,r

'tiJi t. -. .... Telopment of the Peninsula !this firm will in the course of the next direction in apprehension of seeing has in his possession seven steel saws Reward t twill

;-j61( } ;' The tax mlllage of West Palm Beach few years 'build at least four plants OIl flames breaking through the roof. I I and a file used for cutting steel and

:..ft/ will be 15 mills this year. !this large ,body of land. It is their intention Nothing unusual could be seen and on other hard metal substances, besides be paid to any person

;' We are with the Live Oak Democrat in the next few months to inquiry being made it was learned several knives and other instruments who can find one atom of .

begin the preliminary work on the which were found in the possessionof
"body and boots on the razorback hog that the commotion with the whistle
question. I construction of one. This proposed was made In celebration of the suc the prisoners confined in the jail. opium, morphine, i

f"' Co J. W. Burton plant will be very extensive and win cess of Contractor J. A. Sykes In tapping The discovery of the saws was aa cocaine, etherchlorofonn
prominent citizen
of Arcadia, has been nominated :give employment to a force ot several with an. S-tnca. well the subterranean accident and entirely unexpected to :ieroio, apba and beta eu-

r mayor of that town. i hundred men. The Charlotte Harbor. ocean of gorgeous water that i the officer. Once every week or ten caine carmabis indica, or s .,

Boca Grande Railroad have made a lies1:0: feet beneath this city and I days Sheriff Frohock searches the jail chloral of .
t The 1& hydrate or any :
grain famine
: at Pensacola has
..:v of this property and the Record spouts 10 or 12 feet above the surfaceof I going through the bunks and clothing 41

{ been relieved by the arrival a dozen I hears that the railroad is making its the ground wherever an openingIs of the prisoners for weapons, etc., and their derivatives, in any i iof .

cars of corn and oats. way forward from Arcadia destinedto made for It. and it is seldom he fails to find a knifeor Dr. Miles7 Remedies. ,

.1' \. The county commissioners of Dade Plant City. This railroad will tapa For two months or more Mr. Sykes, two. Once or twice he found razors This 'applies to goods'in J

county have issued a ca'l for a wet and very fertile country which will in ably assisted by Tobe Bryant had but this is the first time he has original packages, unopened '

:. dry election to be held October 15.r the course of some years, become very been putting down this well driving discovered saws. and not tampered

J. G. Kellum secretary of the State prominent before the public. The rail- down an 8 inch pipe and pumping the The' saws were found in the posses with. Certain i

,' Board of Control has been appointed road is backed by men of monied in- sand and drilling the rocks out of it; sion of W. M. Sears, under a life sentence unscrupu- A
:- secretary and auditor of the Florida terest and it is their determination to and on Saturday a little after 3 o'clock for the horrible butchery of a persons are making t

,- Female College to succeed Fred W. push the project through a success- his drill broke through the crust of negro named Smith at West Palm false statements about ,
Kettle ful culmination.The stone and shells that confines the vast Beach early in the spring. It will be these remedies.

The Board of County Commission Bradley; people hale been pros- volume of water to its subterranean remembered that Smith's body was "I have been troubled with a terrible 1

p era of Hillsborough has granted eighty- pecting on their land, but thy ceased prison 430 feet beneath the upper sur- !! found weighted down in Clear Lake the doctors headache could for do the me last no ten good.years I

f' three license permits .? sell liquor In operations a few weeks ago owing to face. The water at once gushed forth I rear West Palm Beach. Suspicion saw Dr.in Miles'the Sunday Anti-Pain magazine Pills advertised BO -t

1 A that county. :Most of these permits unsettled weather conditions. How and the contractor's work was ended. pointed to Mears and he was arrested. thought I would try a sample. I did
*o. and they helped me wonderfully.!
t. were obtained by Tampa saloon keep- ever they expect to resume their work It was a great well a glorious well. ] The evidence was purely circumstantial I had headache w badly I could hard- 4

;;,. < The foreign shipments from the port early in December. The firm is thor- It pours out a torrent of water sufficient i but so strong that he was found ly see and to work got a so boIn I sent a to couple the drugstore of "

satisfied that have the fin- recommended to the hours I was all right. It was the first
of Fernandida for the month were as oughly they in volume not only for the ice I guilty and mercy medicine to do me any good."

t; follows: Phosphate. 20,877 tons value, est body of phosphate land in the factory but for the whole town. The I of the court. A life sentence was Im- 5362 A Tacoma A. ILL.IO.Street.Philadelphia Pa.

r world.-Polk Co.. Record. water from it quickly filled all the posed by Judge Jones and a notice of
1208,770. Rosin, 55,955 barrels, value I Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are cold by
} 4262,872. neighboring ditches and overflowed a motion for a new trial immediately your druggist, who will guarantee that
Turpentine 827,700 gallons, .. I the first package will benefit. If it 1
< value $484,351. Lumber. 1,834,788 feet Worked Like a Charm several blocks of real estate in the given by his attorneys. Pending a dis- falls I he will return your money.
. : 25 doses, 25 cents. Never sold. In bulk.
.FL'T 1ue. $45,861. Mr. D. N. Walker, editor of that spicy vicinity. It gushed forth all day Sunday position of the motion :Mears: is still
Miles Medical Co.
journal, the Enterprise, Louisa, Va., says: Monday and Tuesday, until it was confined in the county jail. Elkhart Ind
We regret to hear of the illness of
"I ran a nail in foot last week and at
my The first instrument about
piped and bridled so to speak, for the saw an
3Irs. Henel Wilmans Post at Seabreeze once applied Buckfen's Arnica Salve. No I
service of the ice factory. Monday ten inches In length, was found under
inflammation followed the salve
, 'i; an Illness so serious that daughter, ;
healed the wound." Heals afternoon section of 8-inch Mears' cot and was followed by the
:3Irs. every sorts a pipe was The Most Valuable Set of Yackt and Soot-
t. Burgman and granddaughter burn and skin disease. Guaranteed at screwed on the top of the well and the finding of two or three others under Budding Boots; ever PahlnMed.
Miss Helen Burgman, who had only recently Titusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug
: water spouted through it to a heightof and in different parts of the bedding. RUDDERHOWTO
-: i gone to Hendersonville, N. C., Store. 25c.
twenty-three feet from the ground. Continuing the search other saws were
were wired for and came home at once BOOKSOver
\ discovered between the leaves of a
Contractor Sikes the stream has
arriving last Thursday. :Mrs. Post Is Painting the Royal Palm. says
boats have been built from the fine
' enough force behind It to it fifty book, seven in all being the result of
carry printed in these booksSuccessfully salted m
;, reported a little better at the present ( HamlIetrol'oIis..)
feet high. the search. A file with one end crooked every clime ant upon every sea-FuU detail 1
writing but verv weak.-Dajtona Jour drawing of all parfe, showing what it B and
Things are beginning to get busy Fort Meade now has an up-to-date was also found in Mears cell. All of how to nuke it-Text extremely simple.

'1' nal.r about the Royal Palm Hotel in prepa- telephone system. the saws are new and have not beea HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50 a

It is reported that Mrs. Fannie Lamb ration for the opening of the big house examination of the bars K fort>rnw...,.....c L rk..,,",to...iIJ.man in**
F: Tallahassee Tampa Is enforcing the law prohib- used, a careful .weep; cvu4_....""""$1-.br,.-....t..h.
bas sold the Leon Hotel in
"', December 7th. This morning several iting the sale of cocaine. A fine of of the cell failing to reveal a cut. HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK

to Julius Ball the proprietor of the cars of coal for use in the hotel arrived $100 was imposed on a druggist con- Mears' refused to tell how he se- &inoalvMT A ens boat Ha for....aftmn....,.vCT..t nilnur"<...-..w..r kaorkiii Unll,.K.aboot.'P cc cw fa
V Bloxham. :Mr. Ball is to take chargeof and were side tracked in the hotel "g. full y.ui>uJ pkta.es.5; t'VIak.-ktl1ooe&&.
cured the saws but suspicion pointsto
victed of violating the law in the prem-
the Leon October. price
yard and dumped into the cellar. ises. his! wife and brother as they are the loaf art rf4! rwi.i arhi... .TTT dmTM4; s priaft
was $31.000. This will place the man- ... i.A..el.'..AMa mad Autnli; ewe to build; KU
Work on the big coal bin to be erected allowedto .
It is reported by some orange grow- only persons who have been I. .a w.U.HOW

agement of both hotels in Tallahassee- in the yard between the engine ers at Auburndale, De:,: ')to county that visit him. Sheriff Frohock will probe TO B'JILO A MOTOR LAUNCH
It is and .bu.. bow towwtrxlalaaaA t
binder one proprietorship, though Simple p.-tio-al ini
room and the casino building, is pro- the white fly is making its appearancein the matter thoroughly and effect the hall lor....i'k any kKH... tcrrnl otber plrnu
Dot yet known if this arrangement will When this bin HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA
gressing. completed of the for the first time arrest of the person or persons guiltyof
some groves ... ..
The Leon is one of : fine ;!rmm-l md.iat N>*" good rabim; *I1
be permanent. will hold about two thousand tons of in several years.Tampa's furnishing Mears with the instruments miler. duUbta tar uuJuw trm.

the ancient landmarks of Tallahasseeand coal, enough to run the hotel the en- which were evidently intendedfor HOW TO BUILD ASHQAL-DRAUGHTBL001
clrrr little eedab.mywith axo-'erate..wUArt-
Mrs. Lamb has been the owner fora tire season. It will be filled as rapidly Clearing House. him to use in cutting his way to omaI&..... ,Iaa. l

number of years. She formerly HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE p
as possible. Under the management of T. "onRh'n liberty. Easy to nntldr..thinf straight;.jut the craft lot a bow
owned the Bloxham property also. Within a week or two a large forceof house bob,""..wlllo;....tie....."..-rj chuptjeitoer.loop or cat nj p
Carty the Tampa clearing
Red snappers are now being caughtIn painters, kept constantly in the employ I A Dandy for BurnsDr. HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHTA
association is rendering valuable aid A dncriptrfin of how to build a model;ciao bo
large numbers in Pensacola harbor of the railroad and hotel company :to: the banks of Tampa proper, and to Bergin Pana III, writes "I have jf akiff Batd w tail a.mule.

and this class of sport is now becoming will be brought down and set to work need Ballard's !Snow Liniment: always $1.
business who have
the: men dealings recommended it to mv friends as I am PRICE EACH
popular among those who have giving the hotel a thorough painting PKCPAIO BY cxf-acss *NT HCHC
i with these banks. The clearing house confident there is no letter made. 'It is
heretofore devoted all their time to will Bound in cloth Cold leJtenns Sue of .
Inside and outside. This work I system is a new thing for Tampa and a dandy for burn Those who live on n.lkr-ur. pag.
9 by.ta ciearly-urawa plans.
for other species of fish. Heretofore farms especially liable to accidental -
:angling Lot be completed until shortly before I this has the only association of the are many e4i
snappers could only be caughtat the house opens for the season. This is C"ta, burns, bniix-s, which heal THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
kind in Florida excepting Jacksonville. rapidly when Bollard's\ snow Liniment is .
a point off Perl dido wharf, and then the first time the Royal Palm has received At present: the business is transactedin ap lietl. It should always In kept in the

only at certain times, but this season a thorough repainting in the the director's room of the American house for ases of emer:.'f ncv." 2V.: 50c. c..d.iuiI/sRlI fostef fir L.7d1y Catalogue. of Roots /o

they are being hooked at all points in past four )'ears. and 1100.gold) by Titu: \ille Pharmacy
clearing -
National bank building. The -
and Banner Drug Store.A -
the bay and particularly across the In the grounds the gardener and ;
house opens at 11 a. m. and generally -
bay among the rocks and at points assistants are busy cutting out the
closes each day 20 or 30 minutes man may prejrve: his dignity in alcohol,
near where old wrecks lie. Recentlya weeds, trimming up the plants and later, this being the time required for but nobody else knows what he is doing.

went out in a naptha launch the
party hedge and otherwise preparing the transaction of the business. i

and landed nearly two hundred fish, same for the attraction and admirationof Through the courtesy and forethoughtof i

many of which were of good size within the thousands of guests: who are expected Assistant Postmaster A. L. Allen at The Knock-out Blow. *""" -\ v>7 a

I a few hours.-Pensacola Journal.A to come here next season, 'SEEDShave
the opening hour a clerk of the post- The blow which knocked out Corbctt
horrible accident happened at which it is believed will be a record of the association revelation the Y
office is at the rooms was a to prize fighters.: stood the test for over 50 years,
Raiford Wednesday that has cast a breaker. and he receives all the money or- From the earliest dayof the ring- the am: are still th'leal Their absolute
vioinit kmxk-out blow wa aimed d for the JAW. ccrtainiv of crow th then uncommonly
gloom over that town and ) ders from the banks. Some time the the the Stomach large yuMs of delicious c.. ctjt,!cs and
temple or juzuUr \ 'in.
the thunderstorm Chamberlain's Cough Remedy One of I beautiful towers, make thin he most
About one clearing house is open a longer period I punches were thrown in to worry and reliable and the most popular e- erv-
at that place Wednesday Mrs. the Best on the MarketFor but this is only when more time is take weary the hjrhUT. but if a scientific man where sold bv alt jcaci 197
had told one of the old fighters that the Seed Annual free on request
her after
Ritch taking I
John was Cough
many years en to strike a balance.In .
most vulnerable athe of
spot region
ner nap on a sofa near the window of Remedy has constantly garnetl in favor Tampa proper, Ybor and Wes i I the stomach. he'd have laughed at him Detroit. Mich.
and popularity until it is now one of the I
the sitting room. Suddenly and without most staple tiied icinea m ne and has an Tampa there are nine banks. Everyone for an ignoramus. Dr. Pierce is bringing

a moments warning a bolt of light enormous sale. It is intended especiallyfor of these banks except the two in | Low* to the public a parallel! fact; thatthtWiacV 50 YEARS'

crashed through the window. acute throat and lung ilirtiH.-s, such a-'! is the most vulnerable organ
ning ; Ybor Cit -, the Cosmopolitan bank and i! \ EXPERIENCE
out of he \a ring as well as in it.Ve
striking her on the neck, breaking it eoush be depended coltU and ('rou It j .H and plt-.isuit canalwavs ami the Bank of Ybor. and the Bank of I'rotectbur hk\s, throats, feet and lung ,

in the house heard upon. but thesfc a,11'\Ae indi:Ter.
instantly. Others safe to take and H nruloubtriUv the betin West Tampa. are members of the as are utterly

the report and rushed into the room, tile market for the |Mir;'.>*fs' for winch sociation. The banks of Ybor and ent to, until diSt- finds the solar! plexus 1
and knocK us out. Mik<* v Mir c.tnmt'hi
but she -was beyond help. The horri- it is intended Nn
ble accident has cast a deep gloom raacv and Banner l>nu Stor.'. other banks because oi i&.ur I itu.<,u } Ii..:.}! 'i. ;t' .rnv"rl'

entire section as Mrs. Ritch :.r"1 rf..r' i ;'! "onr.mr"L"'llppr- TRADE MARKS
over that position from the clearing house CM.ter. .- olden
Steamer St. Lucie Laid Up ar.tp "" t. Disco\ery DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
loved and honored by all who clear through other banks Ac.T .
was They i j lures "vVtTiw: stcac*>." ndiz"";t'"n. 1

Knew her.-Lake Butler Star. The steamer St L'icie, of the ext 'n- embt-.a'> of the association are the : dY>)perti ia. torpid iiv_., ..\.!. thin ano .MI ..'Klj, .>n A<.. '*n i>1tni; 1& .ke'f rh and n free devrrlpti vhe jer n may ant

While the rains prevailing for the sion fleet, which was rpcentlv rebuilt First National. i.:e Exchange: National I pure blood and other illa- : .. or- .< n. pn, Mt :'T Dttviitablq.blur .ok C'iniinuiiira.nUJent "D I'atente.
,> of digestion and nutrition. .... trw. <; .
: gan ::11.stagencyfvrxaanartater.t%
and commissioned after being! practically the Citizens' Bank & Trust Co.. the ..
past few days throughout the countQ'hne The -tioIdf'n Medical -otry-ha-a. U. tush;: Mui. t C. r rive i.p.

proved invigorating to many of destiojel in the hurricane iaatAusruv. American National the City Savings 1 specific curative effort upon all mucous .' 'Withoutcheriteintt.e"

the growing crops, reports are coming will soon be berthed up the and the Bank of Tampa. :Mr. Cartyis j! surfaces and hence curs catarrh. no St; ::3,; sic! Jrericail.

all directions of the great t'v ; l .'.!" " from i ha\e ached. In Nasal Catarrh .t Qiar&fn of any IHre -o.'. '3.
age which they have inflicted on cot I the Si. Lucie is practical! new it has versed in the work. the management I N sell to cleanse tbe I'a."af' with Dr.i ,ir; four ro<<'1tbs.I.. Jfc .e."d j. ,

ton. This is particular ':ue !in in- I i/eeu found that she i is not so wel: of which he has assumed. Prior to accepting -i ba::'''- itarrh Uemdy fluid while using 1UNN &CO.3618ro'rae--: !!
th- "DiMory"a< a constitutional rem Branch U"<-e. .;:25 r' '"t.. W..ohi"jl l'.C
the other -
stances where the cc"a' has been adapted to towing purges" as this position he served with !I t
edy. U hj/! the "Golden Medical DIMTOVerv" -
in the: fields, and steamers in service: and as one o* the American National Bank a little "
plentifully open cures catarrhal di> 'a..s.t of the
which had n:.t beta gathered on ac them must be laid up on account of a more than two years. I stomach, bowels, blaoo r .iu
count of the scarcity of pickers. The reduction in the fleet she has been In Jacksonville there are eleven In- I orcans will be plain! to >" if :'.,><: sill CURE THE LUNGS
read booklet of from -- -
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designated as the one. The St. Lucie this number eight -- -
has become thoroughly stitutions, of are .
staple !
open of eminent medical authorn "-ndiT -
water soaked, and the growers fear as will come up and be berthed as soon as members of the Jacksonville clearing ,ing its ingD-diehts and -xp:amin? WITH Dr King'sNew '

result a general seige of rust. The the steamer Columbia, which has been house association. \S.1t present arranged i, their curative pro;.-rtie>. It u> aued

a throughout the county is undergoing extensive repair is recom- every item of bank business j free (.n r''Ituf'sddro.s Dr. Po..Y. Pierce: ,
cotton crop : lu'alf). X. Y. This booklet: gi i yea all the Discovery
estimated at about one-third short but missioned. This will leave the Coium transacted in local financial circled i i lngr-litntentering into Dr. Pierce'

the quality promised to prove superio. bia. Peerless, Virginia and Phil ShecK- passes the: scrutiny of the clearinghouse medicines from which it will be wen that i ONSUMPTIOM Price

had it not been for the rains. Many of les, still in the service The Wan. .-Tampa Tribune.CABTORIA. ,. they contain not a drop of alcohol. pure, FOR I OUGHS and SOc & $1.00
trIpl -refin'Kl used instead
gljcerme being OlDS Free Trial.
have become discouraged derer, Biscayne and Kennedy have al-
the growers .i i
',. it is said, but the propose to gatherthe ready been berthed in the Miami river Bears tee" Iii Kini Yon Ha"a I: "s BoBgutuo I; traced Common Sense Medical Ad\i!er Guaranteed for all THROAT and
as scarcity of pickers together with sev eral dredges barges I will be !sent free paper-bound for :'l one LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY
crop as rapidly 1IJ.'fZf I cent stamp*,or cloth-bound for ;411 stamp.3 BACK.
i will permit.-Gainesville Sun. and launches.Miami Metropolis. ,.{ address Dr. Pierce as abo\e.

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& l ';THE FLORIDA STAR is not arduous, requiring but a few MAYOR OF SUNBURYSays -t

,," minutes at the close of day time. Pe-rn-na Is a Good 2r1Qc>rcSCHOOL 1

g4 'i Entered at th e eeatTitat.illeas I The observations could be even taken Medicine.
second-class mail matter. I
k 3 : by who works in of the
a man some
Hon.C.C.Brooks,Mayor of Sunbury,
Kill B.WaKel'&dltol'aDd PuMiaher.i large groves near this place, in the Ohio, also Attorney for Farmers'Bank

event that no one in town can be in- and Sunbury Building and Loan Co.,
duced attend to the matter but it
; "I have the
utmost confidence in the BOOKSt t '
4ftt Congressman Theodore E. Burton, seems to us that the best solution of virtue Peruna. It is a great medicine. 1

f : r who has entered the race for mayor the question would be for a town of- I have used it and I have known manyof 1
my friends who have obtained beneficial t
of Cleveland against Tom L.Johnson, ficer to take it up as a matter of of- results from its use.: / caaaot

has given it out that he wants no ficial duty for the advancement and praise Perjaa too highly." AND SUPPLIES

L. tainted money in his campaign. He welfare of the place. E

j. will not accept contributions ls from Will our worthy mayor and town

,, ; f public utility corporations, he says, council take some action on this sub- % Wholesale and Retail .'

: nor from any other interest that ject? 4 .

,:' might profit by the city administra Base Ingratitude Mail Orders Promptly Filled -

tion's favor That will suit Mr. Tom
:1'r \ Johnson, who; has been fighting it Milton Index. 3iT.k ./ff2 ti THE H. & W. B. DREW CO.
It is not infrequent that ne'Spapers -
out on that line for'several summers. find themselves unappreciatedby
s the men whom they have favoredby ,
s ... Until Lipton's fourth challenge for their support-column after column -

a the America's cup shall have reached being published in their favor-

New York and been read by the officials yet such favors, when the test comes,

of the New York Yacht club: are unappreciated. When you find

the precise terms asked by him for' your home paper taking no interestin LAUNCH SUPPLIES

1 theprospectiveraeecannotbeknown.j you or your success-when you
find it keeping aggravatingly silent
That he asks important modifications
k a when you think the editor should be
4 in the rules is well known, and in all
tearing his linen in your behalfdonot
probability his demands will be com work
yourself into a fever of

'" plied with. The New Yorkers could anxiety as to the cause, but just ask .. .":;'.>::: $ :'
.' hardly do otherwise than treat him yourselfvherein have you placed the '

r3 with the greatest consideration and paper and its editor under obligationsto :11

liberality, if they really want a race. use space and energy for you.

' Under the old rules Lipton, or any Tallahassee True Democrat ';(; '
,, other challenger, is handicapped by Nothing upon earth could be more __ MONAR
are a host of petty ailment ? r
?i ; the measurements. What Lipton true or-more sad-than the base ingratitude THERE are the direct result of the

t. wants is to be put on an equal footing exhibited by the average weather.

with the defender, which is only fair. successful office-seeker toward the This is more true of the excessive heat
L 3 of summer and the intense cold of win-
newspapers or newspaper men that
".,. ter, but is partly true of all seasons of
have contributed to, if they have not
interview in
In an Washington a the year.
day: or two ago bar Luke E. Wright, actually and solely accomplished, his Whether It be a cold or a cough: ,catarrh -
success. of the head or bowel complaint,
Monarch Carburettor Monarch Check Valve
" former.governor of the Philippines whether the liver be affected or the kid-
I-. One of the first of the many anxieties -
' and afterwards ambassador to Japan, neys, the cause is very liable to be the Price Price
r; and considerations which assail same. 3-1 inch, $10.00 3-1 inch, $1.50
f. said that there was absolutely noth- the prospective candidate when he The weather slightly deranges the 1 ? 11.00 1 M 2.00

:$.. % ing in the talk of war with Japan decides to run for office is the probable mucous membranes of the organs and 11-iM 12.00 11-1 ** 2.50

}' which; a little while ago occupied so attitude of his home paper; the the result i* some functional dnea e. We have nice line of Gas Engine Supplies. Write us

:.' ; much space in the newspapers of this next i is, the possible support or oppo- thousands Peruna has of become homes for a standby minor ailments In* EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY

r country and Japan. Mr. Wright recently sition of other newspapers within his of>> this sort.

f k" [ returned from Japan and he county, district or state, whose rela-

f is well qualified to speak of the sentiment tions towards him may make or mar Brevard County School Board

if: in that country in respect to his plans. And with what keen so- The board of public instruction
licitude does he the If want sweet music
approach news-
i: r' the United States. He says there is met Monday, Sept. 2nd, with full you
man, and seek to ascertain,
c only the kindest feelings. There is board pre ent.
a first of all, just how his aspirationsmay
no more thought of or desire for war The minutes of the last meetingwere
I be regarded. Sometimes he
.. with the United States than there is read and approved.Treasurer's .
sends a friend upon the delicate errand in home buy a
report for Aug. was your
i.. for war with Great Britain or Ger- and every subtle argument and redeemed .

:. ".: many. At the time of the San FranCisco put forth to secure the newspaper's found: cancelled correct and filed. warrants -

incident the jingo papers of Japan support, or, at least, disarm its possible -
indulged in some high sounding opiKteition. FINANCIAL MMtm..
Warrants outstanding last reiort :? l.:3I.3t.! FARRAND ORGAN
( talk, but it made no impression on And when, with or without these ** iiaiied this meeting--- :'.IJl.73

"., I the government. Japan is the friend efforts, the announcement of sup- 3,7s.H9

:. of this country and she want its port is publicly made, how does the Warrants paid inug.. -______ 1.3'!d.1
candidate rejoice? It is as if the bat- .
friendship. warrants now outtaudiug2.3'i93 i r
tie was already won, and the jubi- Total :teli on hand-------------- L'i.51
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a A Question For Titus>ille lant aspirant and his friends \lose no iMitit in fund ._____ _u_______ 1,11103 lfl1;:;: ;: ,.t
time in pointing out to individual

. ; A. J. Mitchell, section director of voter who may be wavering the certainty ITEMIZED: FXFENDITtRtA. '(I :Vr 'F J'I '
County school: fund. i"f :Ctt y srnIt.
4 the weather bureau service for Florida of success assured by the advocacy Tt-uher'ssalaru-s__________.______ ::\/I) m. x; "toll i! '>->i'i4itb&rL 1 i' ,It.!
a i has been advised that MaorTavs of his claims through the columns 1'. J. Hall '>al c-ntr aM.to \o. U'931).01)- \ : : I I I

; lor will give up the position of cooperative of the printing pr>:;.';. K C. I*. A. s. Co. material Xo. I -I-- 7.7 JWin. ; \ \ \i i & s'-.t.I I' )
Mair. paintmz awl miteralNo =-5 .
observer for Titus\ille, which The newspaper: man, once committed .. 425KinMon \ ".. ? -i MJf- \ r fe I / /

: position he has filled very acceptablyfor to the candidate, feel in honor .... H itter. painting No. 10__ 12X<)0 \\\ \ T:.>.._ ,, *J Jt51' T'I ,' .,.
y bound to :let pass no opportunity of Walker Hiw Co.. suptfurNos. lv}, \ TSp :; as, I
several! ,"t.'ats past. \ \ '.' 'i
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advancing his political: fortune and _. / I'
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Inasmuch as Titu3villYou!..! then \ i / .:
;. gives himself up to the exigencies of H A.W. II. Drew Co.desks for N ea."and \\.111 TZ5 } 4 1I :r";; ,t
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without obsen have de- \ ._ gp
an \\e 1'i.------------------------- In..i" II ;if! =- -i / "I,
". the content with a generous abandon \ / ..ou' ,,.: \
( American ItuoL (.u., free Irs ks.--- ?s.l.. llV// a .... -- _
cidal to call the attention of u\i ivu" j .
4 which in itself carrie conviction to "lf ,.. .J..L. / : /
: J. 1C. alk.-r..frsbt.. .etc. 15.14 v .... ,, \ ,
post; exp "' :., -VI )
t town officials! and our fruit and \(>;;'t>- minds, and until the last voteis ; t 'in :..c::;.. .,
many Jv>bii II.\Valk\.r,>4l.iry ui>t. W Aug. 75.i"i j;--S,.. ":::: ... \ :, "Sr' :, I .
t table growers to the i.eeeasity of taking counted stands loyally by the ob E. f J. VnioM. per them at*! nifccge 17 2fIt > ':")' :--"- ."....'. \ I I

<.: some action in this matter at jectohlei: orb. s. ="illgt4o'toon.per diem and mileage 1.21 .7 \ z"'L', u....: -. "".... i
A. J. Carter. tier; and linkage_ ,.* r -- .
"I t t once in order to retain this! placer '! a.- Tie: election over the candidate i I per i I '4 '
('oe)a.v I'.*:kg. Ness pub.hear sUt. t..,.> J itf----- 1-1 : :
a cooperative observation point. sat:_MII !liisKMtion] the-cenechanges. : 4i.hu itt-nrv. t>pewrtg.join. for pub. 2..." .! -.:-.. ,, i Iri i t: ; -
i-: The Jacksonville weather bureau Should the newspaper man, who (:K-IU iV tick: Ntws printing letter _, I L" I', "' ..J //'''-.-' .. \.1 tit '. \ '. '.;:, Ii! t.:-"';\.. '_-'
' ]hundreds I Iris done -jo much to insure his election hAti---------------------------- ::.!>O :'f_ If.-r-- > 71 : : '.. o't'f ..-- __
'II. office replies to of Hiuirivsduring '
. venture to suggest a policy or FU Mar, pnutin?.ttc.._."__u___._. H..5h. : ---.--:--'- .b -- ---."
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the year regarding Florida C Vdrocate. (printing annual slat !).<''' ) ,/1110- <-
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a course of action to the official he is = : : Ir(14
+ climate, places: to settle. etc., and John 1L tiaras, weal for X.. 11_..._. lie&t1wd'tazch. =-=- ,,: -
, snubbed, and made t,> understandthat =='- ,. .
rl! Disk X .
rites that "unless Save i< 1 ,.
\ station
;: us \e a -
s his function i is merely tu assist Teachers .salaries.________--_--_n_ Hf5.*..
s.s t in the town'. (referring to Titus-
in the election and not to dictate the
' villa) "the place loses that advertisement : conduct of the o- dal. Should he Total IMSOV 2.Uj J7.? fA f\AND ORG4. .

for we have no data to referto. : seek the aid or influence of the official The contract awarded to Wm. IIin- J 1
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in his; own behalf or that of any dIe for making two tanks, putting in

-r As a business investment a cooperativemeteorologicalstationisagood friend for some minor benefit, how gutters and laying overflow to the

'e.,' ever innocent, be H met with an assumption underground cistern at Cocoa, for

J; y one for any community that a-pires of dignified disapproval and Xo. 1G. not having been completed!

to be well known throughput not only pat off with some transparent platitude it is ordered that unless] the work be For sale

this country, but the world for the calculate" il to make him "keephis completed by Sept. lath; 11H)7. the by the

place. board will reject the work and
weather sent to cancel -
reports are every Forgetfulness; of benefits conferred -
civilized section.It supercilious ignoring of seriousobligations the contract.
offensive The question of tuition of
assumption of nonresident -
has been suggested that the
s-uperiontv constituting the basestof pupils, thoroughly discussed.
. I 4 town clerk or marshal could be instructed ingratitude are too frequently What shall constitute a non-resident i MUSIC HOUSE,
to take over the matter asa I the attributes of the successful can-
didate for office and when he desiresto pupil wa asked? The board decides
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part of official duty, or some prominent TITUSVILLE
again become a candidate these that all children of parents who are FLA.
' fruit grower might be only too things are remembered. not regular registered voters of this

'I I glad to come into possession of a set These observations: are made more county, are nonresident.The .

of standaid instruments for taking in sorrow than in anger from the bid of J. F. Farley for painting
standpoint of nearly half] a lifetimeof
temperature, rainfall, etc., thus se- newspaper work spent in securing Malabar school building for 15 was -z ..
curing a correct record. The work, office for the "other fellow." accepted and contract awarded. :.o



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t,:;: i w r-1- f ,"&; *-Extra* Session- Talk Bees Hold The Fort Proceedings A. C. E. LeagueThe Will Gather Orange Statistic TIME IS MONEY -

: { &:!i- -WS"the governor call an extra sesfwHTto (Tampa Tribune.) A. C. E. league was called to The Item has undertaken to collect "
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t 'lf':: receive and act upon the re- One of the most picturesque sights order in St. James A. M. E. church, and compile the most complete esti- ; ;

tr.t-c ':port of the eommission? to. be seen in this city is' a daily occurrence Titusville, on Sept. 8th, by singingNo. mates of Florida's orange and grapefruit 4'p'a i! 'ft

y"If the at the Michigan avenue drug crop that has ever been undertak- .
,. report goes over until the 120 Pent. Hymnal, Mrs. V. S. T4

$f..k ,next regular session, the people will store of John F. Harkness, the partici- Thomas presiding, prayer by Wm. en.We
pants being J. A. 'Murell the affable propose to get the name and ad- 191I
tt: have to wait for nearly two years be- Elmore. I
attendant the soda fountain aida dress of every grower In the state with
;, fore becoming acquainted with the upon
Second selection-No. 28, subject:
hire of honey bees which have taken the number of boxes he shipped during I

.r "i.. contents of the report. If the report possession of the fountain Who Will Be the Next? Scripture the season of 1906-07, number of

ji ,' of the commission is delayed it lesson read Prof. S. F. Hadley 'r't
,: -, Mr. Murell, surrounded by the bees, by boxes of oranges during 1907-08, esti- I
-e-: is probable that the report of the legislative waits upon customers. Each time ha 39th Psalm, who also discoursed on mated number of boxes of grapefruit

t: committee will be publishedand draws the syrup for a drink he brushes the same and made some timely remarks during 1907-08. -

used for partisan purposes. The the "workers" away from a spigot along the line of the omnipresence We have had printed blank forms .. -

chairman of the legislative committee Whenever he mashes one of them he of God. He made us feel gladto that will go to every postoffice in the .
This is just as true in regard to Sewing
retained a copy of ,all the papers is stung. Mr. Murell has been stungall realize that God was always in state of Florida where oranges are Machines as anything else. d

presented before the legislative committee over the face and hands and on his hearing everywhere at the same grown. By using Long Shuttle Machines, no matter 4 *
body but with These forms will be sent out and returned how well made you are actually throwing i 4
and did not turn them over the same persistencythat time. away 3 hours out of every seven. y

to the investigating commission until i characterized him in the days In response Mrs. Addie Wade saidit to one man in each county, and THE STANDARD ROTARY SHUTTLE .
when he was a local lire fighter. he when he gets his county by postofflce SEWING MACHINE !
served with a duces tecum compelling ; grand thing to keep secrets
was a ,
all in and complete, they will then
continues at his post. He has attempted Will make 350 stitches in the same time Long
the of the
production papers. but only with God, for there was them to We I '
" I to rid the drug store of the bees send us for publication. Shuttle Machines make only 200. ,
L' As the chairman of the legislative nothing to keep from God. shall publish the counties as completed The Standard Rotary Principal is most scientifically -
but has failed. Sulphur was used at '
I correct, which fact has been
J committee was openly an opponent first but the sulphurous fumes were Mrs. V. S.Thomas then encouragedthe giving total number of boxes at by 25 years of successful use in all parts proven of the I

t: of the present administration, and as I worse than the presence of the insects. league by saying, let us do all we each postomce and then, when all are trying world and to by oar it competitors without success.continuously THE 1! t;

? the legislative committee would not The bees assume charge of the fountain can for the good Lord, who has keptus in, will publish the total for state by STANDARD copy GRAND ROTARY THE i y

%i investigate the affairs of the trustees each morning, when the stor is safe until now. county. We hope to get returns all machines WORLD in BEST one-Lock SEWING and MACHINE Chain Stitch-is two ,.

t- of the internal improvement fund be- opened. They quit their post and flee Then little Bessie Rogers came for- in by October 1st. Ball Bearing SUnd Straight Automatic Lift.

Broward to the witha The gentlemen who will get each Do Hot-fail to investigate the merits of the c t'
yond the and Jennings ad- doors and windows each afternoon ward and addressed the league
,'.o Fastest,Mot Silent Easiest Running and the
.ministrations, although the resolu- just as the sun goes down. recitation, which was quite amus- county are mostly growers themselves mobt durable Sewing Machine made, THE .
prominent members of the Florida b'TASD.\RDROT.\RY demonstration I
tions under which the committee all who heard her.
- was ing to Horticultural a revelation." Write for prices and Easy Payment '
State Society, and men t
'.. working called for an investigation ALFALFA'S FIELD PROFIT.Why Mrs. Addie Wade then came for- Plan. Guaranteed Sewing Machines
who will be much interested them- $UOOup. "' i
covering the entire period of the ex :ward and sang a solo Praise Him, selves to know the output of their own The Standard Sewing Machine Co, k

istence of the trust, it is anticipatedby Kansas Farmers Are Able to I and the 102d Psalm was read by Mrs. counties, towns and the state. 5S S. Broad bL, Atlanta Ga. .
Ride In Their Own Auto
administration partisans that the Annie Wadsworth.Solo The estimates are compiled will we The Standard Sewing Machine
For a Kansas farmer to harvest a
is sold by the Indian River
partisan report of the legislative com- single crop which brings him $30 or by Mrs. Agnes Moton, Look- think interest every orange grower in Music House, TitusvilleBOBBINS

mittee will be used for campaign $35 an acre is no unusual thing in ing This Way. Florida, to say nothing of buyers, commission I

purposes during the next year if the these days, provided he uses the best Mrs. Thomas gave some timely re- men box manufacturers antI !

t' report oT. the investigating committee i judgment in preparing his land and selecting marks to encourage the league. Mrs. dealers fertilizer concerns, etc.-San

_, is not made public. his crop and then gives them Williams presided at the organ and Mateo Item.
(care says a Cottonwood Falls (Kan.: ) :
This is mere gossip, but there may correspondent of the Kansas City Star. Miss Mary Willams lifted the collec- There is more catarrh in this section of the GRAHAM ,

t be material of serious import in it, But when a single crop nets him tion. Then the meeting closed with country thau all other diseases put together -* CO., _

or may be mere political apprehenion. more than $::0 to the acre and all this the benediction by the pastor, Rev.C. and until the last few years was supposed to
without the least bit of work or care T. Moton. be incurable. For a great many years doctors (Incorporated Paid up Capital $25OOO.CO. .
In any event the report of the .
on his part and even against his own pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed
committee will be This owns landsin
t investigating a intentions, then it is one can see what Horribly Scalded. local remedies, and by constantly failing to company River
the Indian Country -
\ document of undeniable historical the Sunflower State is really capable I cure with local treatment pronounced it in- ,on the bt. Lncie River,

. value and political influence in the of. This has been the fortunate lot ot I (Times-Union Wednesday.), curable. Science has proven catarrh to be a at New River, and on Bis-

state of Florida and the procpect for John Crawford a Chase county farmer Scalded in a most horrible manner, ,constitutional disease, and therefore requires cayne Bay. S

living near Clements.Mr. I the three little children, two boys anda I constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure

an extra session for this reason con- Crawford has a twenty acre field girl, of Mrs. Adele Ross, of the cor manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. 4 1
sidered with other reasons, give am- of alfalfa. This summer he cut the Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the
of and Ogram
Highway avenue
ple basis for conjecture nearly certain first two crops which yielded between ner market It is taken internally in doses from Send for land list.
street, are confined to their beds while
that there will be an extra ses two and three tons of hay to the acre. 10 drops to a tcaspoouful. It acts directly onthe O..ICIA .
H. Pittman and J. R. Dur-
sion. Not at but When the tbird hay crop was ready to Drs. James blood and mucous surfaces the system.
once, soon. cut he was so busy putting up his other kee are rendering medical attention. 'hey offer one hundred dollars for any cube TITCSVILLE AND MIAMI.

crops that the alfalfa field had to It was about :3 o'clock yesterday afternoon -: it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testi -- --
$1,000 Reward
I wait, and not until it had stood so that Mrs. Ross:: :: had occasionto monials. Address F.J. CHENEY & CO o. A. STEWART

The county commissioners of Bre- long that it was no longer good for leave her home to visit a neighborand 5..OSoid: by Family druggists Pille 75c.are the best Toledo, 0.Hall's .

vard county, Fla., will pay five hun- hay did he finally get around to cut it. left the three children, ages 1, 6
Regretting;: that he would have to lose New Colonization Scheme.A FIRE
dred dollars reward for the capture and to years, playing in the house.
the hay, Mr. Crawford decided to let
: of this man, dead or alive, and the Before leaving Mrs. Ross had placeda dispatch to the Times-Union from
It go to seed. A few days ago he cut
F. E. C. R'y. company will pay five and thrashed the crop and obtained large boiler of water on the kitchen DeFunink Springs says: Insurance !

hundred dollars additional. Watch seventy-seven bushels of seed from the stove. A deal has been closed and contracts

Close and capture him if you possiblycan. twenty acres. Thirty bushels of the The children enjoying their innocent gaed! for the purchase of upward of TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

He is wanted committing a seed he sold at once for $9 a bushel. amusement wandered from room 0.000 acres of land b as on and adjacent +r

and the balance will bring at least gSa to room and finally went into the to Boggy and Rocky ba>.ous. Including -
rape on a white woman in Drevard bushel. Beside the first two hay I represent some of the leading
kitchen. One of the little boys decided all the holdings of McKenzie
,' county. crops which have made $12 or $15 to I companies of the world and any
that he wanted to see what mama & Rose and Bossy :Mill Company in
Y: This is the latest and best descrip- the acre, and the seed, which is worth business entrusted to me will re-
was boiling in the big pot. that section together with their mill ceive andcareful attention
tion have at leastzo more, the alfalfa feIll wil: prompt
we : now make excellent! pasture for stock Catching hold of the pot he tried to and other property, by the Co-opera-

; Name, Will McFadden, alias Geo. i Ip in, turning the scalding water tike Commonwealth Fiscal Alliance of

Anderson. Color, dark ginger cake. PLAN J TO HONOR A BOTTLE.Bridal over himself and little brother, a quantity Chicago, represented bj Dr. :M. \V. Bar EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
r Age, Between} 30 and 3.). Height, 5 of the water striking the girl on rett, who spent some ti'iie in this secion G. F. DUREN, Agent i

feet 5 or G inches. Weight, about Couple! Will Place Glass Cupid the: legs. last spring looking for a suitab

f 140 Ibs. Chunky built, broad shoul- Under Their Home's Cornerstone. Piercing: screams attracted thtneilbors location for one of the biest colozma- '
Florida and
{' ders, very small feet for a nigger, With elaborate ceremonies the bottle and several women, accom- tion projects c'erestablished in Flor-

wears about No. 6 shoe, front teeth which brought about the acquaintance aniod by the anxious mother ran into ida.
mustache and marriage of Mr. and Mrs. A. PFetreault the kitchen. The children were lying; The exact figures involved in the deal: WesternMeats
f decayed or some out, no or of Bourbounab. 111., will! be
I' on> the ttoor scuirmins in agonizing were not obtainable at this time, hut
whiskers, don't think can grow one. placed under the cornerstone of their
it is Known that it involves a goo-l
Hair close cut low forehead, promi- home. All of the inhabitants of thetown ain.Drs. 4t
will attend the cornerstone lay-: Pittman and Darkee were sum many thousand dollars. Mr. McKenzie -
( nent at ilishcd at top. Nose a
eyes in?. says a Kaukakee special dispatch noaed: : and reached the scene promptly retaining as his interest a l.afie'
of all Kinds
oval round face medium lips
: little to the Chicago Tribune and gave them medical attention. At a block of the stoci

;' smooth skin, no scars about face Mr IVtu-ault.. who was Mis MamieFb ate hour last night the children were I Bat this is not so much i in it i: -, '..' J<

-. roticeable. Claims to h of Chicago. placid her name oa apiece ... TITI>VILIE -- H.OKIDA t
: prominently > sting as easily as possible under tel: the fact that the plan of the :< :: m )

'i be from Gold! .'boro, North Carolina. of palter. incl toed it in a bottle! Circumstances, and while their wouais cal for the expend;'>1.\ of ti! m-n!is
anl tossed it Into the Kankakoe: fErvta o.raac a
Was armed with a pistol and had are not considered serious much anv of dollars ir"re i:. 'a ievr ,)!IIW::: of
; river at Downers Grove while she Pleasant
,.., plenty of cartridges.: Lost his own was attending a picnic there. Two idY is felt for them bv the fond mother that section and :* >: '..'i-htda ,:" f. i- Spend. .a

( shoes and has another; pair No. 8. months later Mr. IVtreault picked the a aj i sympathetic! fiiond ilies ale :o b, ;":r' : 'c *''. > : *" **,* V lialfl10ur

Soft black hat, faded light colored bottle out of an tiVly where it had the count; _\" ;, u:.:! ; .\ .' I ,

l'e a washed up. Out of curiosity he Letter to J. D. EcnisTitnville tha mamt :I".: :. ;; ..' ,' Ir .. < f

top shirt. May have on a dirty bluer oi enfd it. read the incl..=.ure and began Fix .je Ia.a l< .h .' .. : { \ "" .. 'f;.J!._ "
undershirt. Last beard from at corresponding with the writer of DvarSir Psintgoeehyaallons. Thfware :\1:1: f'Ol;.P'n', ;. .I--!t- :. f f

ilencoe, Volu&ia county, on Sunday, the mess-ajce useful and useless Ir.1UOM. t'-M."ful punt fa nl 1"" :! 'r':1: -. ", ,1'\,' .. t ( %"',." .:
Sept. 1st. He is wry shrewd nig- More letter followed, and finally leazincandoil with dryer and euler.eseirsspaint l '" 'J ,s;
: ever p"-ct. so th" *:h.i: :j : j t >
i. goer in getting around, and the other MisTixh :l"t.ptchIs pit-as. They is whiting. rkina-cUjr. giwmd &nt watM.1 ". 11 < ': > '" o : 1
married little over a ago :
were a K-nHte, water. 't ; ; \ ;
wrytes, or .
him. '
niggers are helping and left for a vvtd.lins journey The This stuff is pat' in bwause: it fc. rfivap. to hark -v-! ;. ;x j- .:if .1' 3. I (=::a.M j/j'L-1. '

Lx' J. P. BRO\\\. final core Tony of their romance, that nine) .u ,.ra: I:re.Or 1
stn'-ottt the paint to mate more gallons tol I
Sheriff Brevard county, Florida.ST. of placing tin cornerstom*. has: bdelated .': lit Ba"'v' > iiz--: 'J! f'i' : J IccVin o.w the HINtY BOSCH COM .
.t"\I\ : l'In.th{" buyer d' e>n t ::suett wr '
f : U-cau.-e of the builder: strike wouldn't bay it Y,1 :'1 ',' .t 11\ rI \ ':: i'1 f"5.> 'FAN,vo ag -,'V\LL:"'. fH" "SAP" ; ..s 'at. rnurI : !"

AUGUSTINE, FLA., Sept. 11.I Kan.kal.tv.: but will te. held sometime : It ("(..*! as much to bru"hii this it.elee ((1'r _n i .. :In.1 willbt : I It easy ch.ir': Yu.h"nnu.osat"trMI: J"D It
iu the! near future. tbit way th.a t ; Mnr-iinDi tfc* II"r !,
IViiit Fli.: "wit."> lead inmandibat it kvka like that :, .1 It': 'Ir tdrtl.ilk. .
,;. Mr. T.Iohil1son, City r. You ae. tb whole L- --' Ce very Ia'et Ii
:U..l feels like that in the brush the painter : ., .. ".aft: ; c"o.. .t d.JSI=n -t e ;10.... '. _t .itrt! ant nc: r !II
Dear SirOn my return to the office duesn't snspe .t it. Pid *. if tb owner i iwilliD3.vv i.> .._ __ -tr.9r efO. :.:.. bt: >:1"reported Yat'ert'5s ,
: 1tft j riw t; !
: :) r..t) :'; : 'Al' '
: I ; ed ia ail is t!
absence of few days .verytb : i :users
after an Canal Under Mountains. by shtHiM th- paiatn"01.j.ttQI.air.tio .. "' ii
J. P' '' : ; I' I letter of the 5th in t. recently reached the state two gallons for eer lie is paid by the
find your A rviK/rt ; \\ .,,,", i j If j etoROTiT, tcryor g-t '!re 1''Fw.t
I told Sheriff Brown that \\e would department of what is declared to he; lay: more gallons. more days wore 1111.IWY, 1 i Ne Y Wana.Iaatbr s-LT." E..race.schankr. .ai;

encineeria work of the .tverae paint at full price isalxMt oat. ., i .
the t : iS
reward already srtaU-s> .n lOur Y'H ''''0'' :!
add $:)00.00 to the kid jet attempted on the Lur"!lean third this u-te :ntf: and average paint ItH. I thrb O.tI t/J .-: R-t 3 c..n- ..
; !e:1t-K't too k- t'iIUP' t te Mbray.
offered by the county commissioners t'\ati lent, says a Washington dispatch L-S \,r :'loOor;: rl.75 a gallon ia two thirdtra2h. II I I $ If, 0",. ray of 'v-=r-
,for the arrest and conviction of the to the Chicago Record-IfcraeL It is to Fwl faint i" the rroitr name fr :.!. I I t.L.a Ji \1i..n..
assaulted the
I' person or persons who be a canal under the hove mountain tout rur.' l'aiut: it i is made to fail pt"'rlt' wi.:;' !

wife of our section foreman at Pine to connect the port of Marseilles more Knave laillt another goes Dame: it isui v\\... I Y. W. ELDRED

", da. Yours truly, directly with the river IhvntCon- i,f l-ur.e by knaves i iek paint i>> a n-une: i

J. R. PARBOTT. sular Clerk M. B. Kirk of Pan retorts iv.r an honest weak paint They are all act'ak The llp-to-Date Painter and Decorator
: Vice Pres't and Gen. that the minister of public worksin and all estravarict.: too many gallons to buy I

-- -- -- France and the counsel general of and two many gallons to brush-on. IH-V' Si.Ms (1... i ''ew .J It-eaibr e.caeasyouYK : I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
11.) c: 11)OU dun Lse"
Had Tetter for Thirty YearsI bridges haw recently reported the expenditure the standard.

hate suffered with tetter for thirty of over $13.UHO.imO for the Yours truly, MAGIC WHITE SOAP. : HANDY MOTH PAPER
: Rub flare OD Boiled I leave them
W. HEVOEACO.P. : r-art
sears and have tried almost l'Ountlt'5: construction of the tunnel canaL which 41 F. water on.- hour. Sobx.a: ,; no "a ward,,;
remedies with little, if any relief. Three is to be four and a half miles Ion?. S. Jas. Pritchard ,!fc Son sell our paint. BO backache, if you, use MAGIC WHITE, A month r boxes of Chamberlain's Halve cured me. teventy-three feet wide and fortythree likelo SOAPVUironea \' :13 magic has DQ r0.1D under ariK-ts ur m the f l lui: fur and cWth-
It was a torture. It breaks out a little feet above the water level to the CA.STOrt.X.A.: send vt flco Oar for Get 1 box your of grocer 1m :.c.to cakes.orderor \\\f. it drives 'assay moths and worry Twelve
sometimes, but nothing to what it used to vaulted roof. It will be completelylighted Bean tho 1 s H3st AAa! >s to:"!:t We pay fur Irei;nt. Slue the wrappers. -h.-ets in a p.n-/ketarruKe: prepaid 10 cents

do.-H. H. each* Salve, Midland is for sale City by,Titus-AlaChamberlain' by electricity and will its po-side?s Sigu& ue t2!:; #...14of MAGIC-KELLAR New Orleans SOAP, La.WORKS Ld I I:>ix Mailis-in pa<:Vets; it'crutsifdrugistdosu'thaveit.Powder Ciarke.sillriowa work.elertion: $" 40

ville Pharmacy and Banner Drug fctore. a email railroad running along

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s memorated at this great historical celebration I I .

i FINE MARINE REYIEI this been feature kept, the prominent Jamestown 6f the Tercentennial from exposition the begin-, and has ''I BEST. FOB TIlEBOWELS Glens railway Damascus for to the and be bciMing Beirut constructed fund of between the: new I[ COMMERCIAL.;]I t'

.: nIng. It is likely, however, that the Night Telephone Rates Off.

observance of Robert Fulton day on Seeking Fire Fighters For Panama.A companies in all the (

Jamestown Exposition Feature to Sept 23! will be more elaborate and It yon haven reruUr healthy movement of the letter has been received from the The telephone
)welt er ry day,you're Ul or will tx. KffP your larger cities have notified their patrons :.
I of than eventof jowelt open,and be well. Force in the shape of secretary of the Panama canal com- r
deeper significance
., any for night F
x: Celebrate Robert Fulton Day. violent phytte or pill poUon,is dangerous. The mission by Chief Engineer James R. that hereafter the lower rates
the kind In America in recent years. smoothest easiest most perfect way cf; keeping will not be In force, all messages -
r The fact that the Robert Fulton Monument the bowels clear and clean is to take Hopkins of the Somerville Mass.) fire messages day rates.
CANDYCATHARTIC ;; to be at the regular .
department the oldest fire chief in the
MANY STEAM VESSELS IN LINE association is assisting In the This change applies to the long distance
;; celebration gives additional promI- country requesting that be recommend !

men for firemen at Panama service
nence to the great event Appreciating
fays the Boston Transcript. The men Failures In August.
what Robert Fulton has doneto
:' : Magnificent Festival to Be Held In fully make the waterways useful the wanted must! 140 between the ages of The current issue of Dun's Review

r .). Commemoration of Great Inventor gramme committee has decided that pro- twenty-one and thirty-five, and they records S3) failures in this country

and His Steamship Clermont-Other the celebration should be typical of are to receive sioo a month with free during;; August representing $15,107- t

; Plans For Honoring His Exploit. 'what this great inventor has done for 4 transportation from New York to New 743: defaulted Indebtedness as compared

r Orleans and six weeks' vacation each with 7SS failures amounting to
k he world at large. This will be
; accomplished -
of :New York
At the foot Broadway,
1- by the assembling in the EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY year. Since the fact became known K":2U54. in August of last year. Theincrease

facing Battery park In a house known waters of Hampton Roads in front of Pleasant. Palatable. Potent, Taste Good Do that the veteran chief was appointed : occurred largely in manufacturing -

's as 1 State street and now devoted to I Good Never Sui"n.Weaken or Gripe; 10,iS and a scout for the Panama fire department lines.
the exposition grounds of all manner of
t 10 cents per box. Write for free sample,ami booklet *
the seamen's mission, were witnessed craft propelled by steam, forming long on health. Address 433 he has Peen besieged with requests Price of Copper Again Cut.

the last scenes in the closing chapter lines of review on either side of the Sterling Remedy Company. Chicago or New York. from young men all ambitious too to Pbelps. Dodge & Co. and other large

of a remarkable life. Over the thresh- commercial channel and presenting a KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN the thmus. dealers In copper metal have cut the

old where today pass hundreds who spectacular show unique in the historyof ---.-------- price of electrolytic from 22 to 18 centsa

} "go down to sea In ships" was reverently navigation. The exhibit will Include CLYDE FITCH ON MANSFIELDReal Irrigation Congress Innovation.A pound and this was expected to

carried In a February day of not only all kinds of present day novel feature of the fifteenth national I break the ikadlovk between dealers

1813: the of Robert Fulton who craft but vessels of other days will Irrigation congress, which will and consumers.
body ,
Actor Whose Will
Glory Always
lte held
v stand side by side In contrast with the Sacramento= Cal.. will be
made so many of those ships possible battleships and other vessels of modrn Remain His Own, Says Playwright. the singing of the "Irrigation Ode" by Georgia Central :Surplus: $33.

and the funeral cortege, passing up make: showing the evolution of the Clyde Fitch the playwright, when the Mormon tabernacle choir, says the The report of the Central Railroad of

Broadway, bore the body'to its long "ulton invention. From every point asked for his personal opinion of the New York Tribune. The choir, which Georgia for the last fiscal year discloses -

.K : resting place in the tomb of the Livingston Cogs :1 eel decorations wail fly In the late Richard Mansfield the distinguished 1 3 composed of 200 trained voices Is a surplus of only $33 after paying -

family In Trinity churchyard.It .reez('. and at night the illuminationwill actor, said: rarely heard outside of the great Mormon the interest, but holders of the .

has taken a full century from present a s<.ene of grandeur in "My first feeling upon hearing of the tabernacles at Ogden;; and Salt bonds on which dividends were passedsay

that date to bring about that public harmony with the magnitude! of the death of Mr. Mansfield is one of per Lake City. The singer; will !><" taken that the books have been kept
to the congress by the Utah deiega- wrongly. They will bring suit to recover -
recognition of Fulton's great contribution ove-t teebratc"I.! JE'trtlwlrnl Harrington sonal grief. My thoughts go back to
xi ; & ion, and their attendance will !lit' an interest said to lie due. Increased
'' r ia charge of naval events at *
to Industry and other the production of 'Beau Brummel,
commerce expression of the enthusiasm of the cost of operation was given as
the i is
forms of human progress which takes exposition already arranging the which started me on my career. people of that state for the Irrigation one cause of the condition of the treasury
lInes of for this
anchorage review. In
"Nobody was ever pushing by
r' the form of a national memorial monument novement An expenditure of $10,000is and $150,0(30( was held againstthe
connection with! this grand review of
the elbow. Ills was a marked and
On the one hundred and forty- Involved. refunding on lumber shipments to
he 'ships of the sea' there will beheld special case. Mansfield stood abtolutey -
Ohio in the last four or 2 centsa
4r second anniversary of his birth. :Nov. years
formal ceremonies on the proud In alone. Booth and Jefferson held
Sick Headache
14 next, ground will be broken on the the halls of the exposition, one of their places by love as well as by hundred as ordered by the supreme

banks of the Hudson In New York which has a seating capacity of t .(J1(). what they had accomplished but Jefferson This disease i is caused by a derangement court

t ; city for a monument to the great Inventor Ex-President Grover Cleveland and did not accomplish what Mansfield of the Stomach. Take a dose of'hamberlain's Ocean Rate War Spreads.The .
Stomach and Liver Tablets -
r> ; the father of steam navigation Ion. Joseph II. Choate will attend as did. Mansfield did not hare a to correct this disorder and the sick International Mercantile Marine

to which grateful Americans from allover the guests of Mark Twain and will lovable or affectionate personality. His headache will disappear For sale by Ti- company has gone into the rate war

't the world will contribute. The participate In the programme. The was intellectual achievement but he usille Pharmacy and Banner Drug:: Store. by cutting its eastbound charge to

monument will be one to command the : resident of the United States haseen had his own magnetism, which made $22.30; "to meet the action of compet

> Invited and may be present On the few who did love him lore him itors." This Is virtually the winter
t attention of all nations, and it is esti- MOUNTAIN COTTON MILL i
the programme of exercises will appear first and last. schedule two months ahead of season.
mated that fully 12,000.000 will bo .
descendants of Robert Fulton -
many "lie was a genius. The very things
Arkansas Diamond Find.
Industrial Experiment to Bs Tried In
spent upon this memorial To its among those who expect to be for which he was criticised were the
North Carolina's Hill Country. The people of Arkansas and adjacent
crypt, by consent of the surviving present being Mrs. H. :N. Cannon the marks of genius. He was a powerful
A cotton mill In the heart of the sections have been ;;:;,'a tly interested
grandchildren already given, will be only living granddaughter of Robert egoist, and that made it difficult for
Blue Ridge mountains and remote In the report that a 1lirat diamondhad
i transferred the ashes of the noted inventor Button, and R. Fulton Ludlow, a him In the management of his people.
from a town will l e an experiment in been found bt D. B. Conway of
-, f of the steamboat.In grandson.In I[ have seen him play every part in a
textile manufacturing with novel features Texarkana In a different part of Pike,
In this year 11)07. the one hundredth addition to these arrangements; rehearsal to show his people how each
in the south says the Charleston county from that mentioned in reeeat
anniversary of his success, the memory which are preliminary and tentative, part should be played, and yet he almost -
,>W.S and Courier. Such a mill. It is reports of diamond discoveries. Natives -
of Fulton is being honored by an International it Is expected to make the event still paralyzed them. But he Mould
alJ, is to be built on Green river near are deserting ordinary pursuit
marine exposition in the more international in character by fixing hate loved to be love lIe was too
'lroon.. :N. C. The mill and Its village to tramp the woods and gullies in
?k city of Bordeaux, France and a monument Sept 23 as the date for the closingrace big a man to stoop to little saccharine
will be of interest to students of social search of precious stones and the
f to his memory Is to be erected for the King Edward and Sir tricks to win affection.
affairs as well as to manufacturers.Only price of lands has doubled oversight
'y In the city of Paris, where many of Thomas LIpton cups in the international "He was a real actor a real artist,

the inventor's experiments were made races. Parades and drills by naval and big In oth. We cannot compare those familiar with the North Ten Mile Swimming Champion.

and where his first boat was built asa and military bodies will also I l>e fea him with anybody. Although a magnificent Carolina mountaineers using the term II. J. Handy of Chicago won tbe tint
In the strict sense and not Including:
model from which the Clermont was lures of Robert Fulton Memorial day, character actor, he was tool'Ompll'x annual National A. A. U. ten mile
the dwellers in the fertile coves audvalleys
evolved. In addition to the New York and ?" i'o(.lal musical programmeby to be limited by any such river swim championship on tbe Mississippi

+ ceremonies the event will be commem- famon orchestras and bands will addsplendor definition for he was as great ia tragic can comprehend the depths of at St. I>ouL$.
their poverty. Perhaps the cottageron
orated in America by a great marine to the o-casion.If power. His Richard III. was the finest
the steep' declivity or rocky shelfof Composer Grieg
review at the Jamestown Tercentennial --- I have ever seen. No mere character
it's a Reputation the mountain itself, with his cabbage Edward II. Crleg. the famous N rweglan -
on Hampton Roads on Sept 23. actor could have done his I'eer lynt.
patch and stunted apple trees died at his howe to
which is to be known as Robert Ful- you are after, White's Cream Vermifuge "There was no emotion that he compiler
has less of the comforts American Ikrgn. Norway 4'IILI, at the of
ton' dry. This will be not only a national has: a world wide reputation as the best could not express. Although finished age,

p i event, but the worldwide importance of all worm destroyers, and for its tonic and subtle in his work, he h" l a life than any other white man in sixty-four

influence weak and unthrifty children America enjojs. For a number of ----
s 4 and time enduring Influence orFulton's tremendous force which shot through
It[ their digestion and assimila! years since the scarcity of mill labor
improves How to Remain YoungTo
achievements are of such everything he did giving angle to
tion of their food, strengthens their nervous has been felt the South Carolina manufacturers -
character that the representatives of acting. I do not say that critically continue young in health and
system and restores them to health of the Piedmont section
all nations will participate in the cel and vigor natural to a child if ton wanta The angles belonged there.t first have been in the habit of sending !strength" do as Mn. \. F. Rowan Me.

ebration.Tbsse healthy, happy child get a Untie> of he fought \"l'rylMJlty-th public actors Donough, <.a., tIi.1. She says: "Tltf't'e
agents among these people, who would
+ noteworthy memorial recognitions White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold by Ti critics, managers and playersnot bottles of Klectric Bitters: cured me of
] bring them to the mill towns, but their chronic liter and stomach trouble, ooplicated .>
on two hemispheres. of the fame timille Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store because of any small irritability.
: t efforts hate not l>evn greatly stiewsful. with surban unhealthy condition
f of the Imeiitor who just a century ago but (rom a big need of friction that in
of the blood that kin turned) red
The mountaineer loves his horn-V. my
placed the first steamboat on the Hudson Anti Tire Puncture Compound.An the history of the world has always
rule and squalid though It IHai.. '. as tiannei. I am now practically 20 year.younger .
are significant and give the life Australian has Invented something been necessary to the! accomplishment than before I took Electric Bitters.
those who hate little southward
..' story of Robert Fulton an interest possessed for the prevention of tire puac of really great tllln;;::,. No one gets come I can now do all my work witbease

by that of few men of this day. tures. lIe calls It mirI<,ulum. It I* ilescrllvd anywhere worth going if the road i> or eastward have in many instances and ait in my husband's store "

Like most of the great inventions, as a emili
that of the steamboat was led up toby looking like cream and about as: thick. Micceed."Tin their bracing air and the chill waters Banner Drug Store.

i many vain strivings to realize an It Is Injected cold through the valve noble place he made for himself! pf the springs which is their chief

'tf{ idea which vaguely permeated the into the inner tube of pneumatic tires. In the theater must stay empty. Surely iist.Wiien. For Over Sixty Years

t r minds various inventors. Two years "The revolution of the wh(>f.'I." writes other actors will arvomplKli in their the mill is: built in the mountains Mrs. Winslows' Soothing baa
the mountain dwellers will hate Syrup
before Fulton's birth In 17txJ. there Consul Halstead, "spreads the compound way what lie did In his but UirhardM.nusCeld's been nsd for over sixty years by 3>illtoCM
its advantages and will still 1-e at
.; had been a notable attempt to producea on the Inside of tbe tire, so thatif glory will always remain ; of mothers for their chiUirvn 'while tetb
home. It will schools
steamboat on the Conestoga river, in the tire I is punctured the miraculum his own." place aI"ldlUrd..s Ins, with perfect niece*'*. It soothes the

; t.. Chester county Pa. In 1S74 JamesKumsey's exudes through;; the hole and. comingin --- directly among them and child, softens the gums allays all pain,

{ Potomac river "steamboat"failed contact with the atmosphere, congeals will introduce a civilization which a;:- cures wind colic, and is the beet remedy
WORLD'S ANGLING RECORD. tii'Klture. it seems could hardly bring for diarrhoea. It will
: relieve the paxlittlesutfererimmediately.
and was followed a year later completely filling tbe hoe. It isreported

'r by John Fitch's Philadelphia experiment that In a motor tire tnatl"lwitb aliout. fold by dragtrits -
Dr. R. J. Meld! Casts Quarter Ounce The manufacturer is doubtless tempted i in every j part of the 'world. Twenty- 1
this six Inch nail
Nathan Head steam a
attempted a
..11 Bait 131 Feet 6 Inches. to make the experiment because of live tents: a bottle. Be gate and oak for>> i
paddle boat at Danvers, Ma s.. in 17M was driven in to a depth: of three Inches "Mrs. Win Iow''I' : >
Members of the Anzb"Iub of New the nf of Soothing yrup"amltike 1
Jlr".I..t an unfailing supply
4 Experiments in steam navigation were and, the nail 'being;; withdrawn, the no O ''Mfcn'l.. 4j'.raDtK'd nrnW ':
York .li.l same meat bait mating in efficient and s.iti.-tied labor. Additionally
also making about this time in France. car was then sent on a short Journey.On the food and drills: ai-t, June :*h, l! b.
the Sl'mnnmlIyIII.titilln.! .-f the : unlimited! water will I I.eavailable
i"t The Clermont launched :New York returning;; its punctured tire was power ; Serial numbf Ibis.CA.S'rOnt11! ,
club at tae i''''',l in Central park! the : While the raw cotton Is not
In August, 1807, was, however, the found to lit! quite hard.
---- other day says the :'Oew'nrk Thn sIn grown in the mountains it is produced
first unqualified success. The story .
casting for distance with the at their feet and when it is
of of the Clerruont and Unique Feature of a Fair. quarter remembered :
tf' the launching Beuathe d d Y.J Halt 8iSts I
of the excitement her appearance on The fair association of Abilene! Kan. ounce bait a new world's reivrd.not that l'it>llrn'ut. South Carolina :

only for amateur, but professionals anti North Carolina ligsattroCAMBRLA1 d-J-#'
is arranging for a motor ride tor now produce not
Ma' the Hudt oa created is familiar to ever ear of
f- girl In the was rude by Dr. R. J"hu"nn Held. more than a fourth of the cotton "'hi":1: .
every Dickinsonounty
? schoolboy. By making a trip to
I who, from scratch cast the bait 1U1 is in that section it will II
Albany and back the possibility of a schools, says the Kansas City Star. spun e s
There probably will be 1asti entries feet fi inches. II. fre'e'man with a that the iu-iu of hauling the enter.supply .
-11 packet line was established, and from
that day to this steamboat transportation and it is expected that enouch motorcars handicap wa< second, with 12 IJ feet l JInches. instead of the larger pon '.1

between the capital and the metropolis can l>e secured in Dickinson county Dr. IleTd averaged 121:: 1-10 some twenty-five )r thirty miles far !i

f<"l>which Is n! o a new record. tht-r railroad is of
+ of the state has been a commercial alone to give them a ten minute > by no industrial ilea IN3

f.tdt ride each. There are fifteen car in With the hail ounce bait E. Care, I>,,rtt enc.Writers.

_-t It was on this initial and momentous Abilene l1nd about twenty-five in Dickinson one of the big handican men had the who have made a practicbew. *- or

4 trip of the Clermont that the engagenirut county Others will be broughtIn l best cast 107 feet with M. II. Smith ilug the l*,m>rs of child labs "i / .:.<> ,

of Miss Harriet Livingston from surrounding towns: see)nal. the !>',itli will have the 'opportunity of <:;j .::. ... ?> -

!learning something from a mountain
to Robert Fulton was formally an
r Bounced by Chancellor Livingston the "B.rd; of a Theft. Novel Railroad! Scheme. mill.! M'K-Ii as child labor is to III'! le- .I "
Dn1 m
1 great jurist who administered the oath The most unique theft on record a. Turkey is going to build railway on j.Wt"!. I it is 1"pribir| that in spite of it R.l

I 1 of office to George Washington; as first Trenton N. J., was committed recently postage stamps. Wide awake philatelists the l'I'II'I tiuns of life in some pans of t v..n

president of the United States. This when a man entered the house of Mrs will provide the sleepersand the th<- world may be impro\" .-
f t ht announcement was made upon the Catherine Hittle and stole! two canaries rails! says the I. ndou Kxpress. The building: of cotton mills, and it may U r ,, --3:: .y /
+ deck of the Clermont during the inter from their cages;; says a special scheme says nothing of the baila-t that tOw"ill eventually l e the ia"' trututnt -
I The Turkish gjteminent: will disir'se A f.-w .lo-, '. uf t.:,:.s n-m.dy will in-
toting hours of that first successful dispatch to the New York World. The for the lifting of a cuosMerattfeI :
! .4 durine 'l'Jtt'"Iloer: of a collection it ,,, vambly cure an ordinary attack of
r steam: to.tage. In a graceful pwch policeman to whom the case was reported I :uIatioD from a slough= of desjuKid.fr"in diarrhoea.

; tailing of the betrothal the chaiKvllor said it was "a bird of a theft. government stamps numbering 17.<. O.- a state which has in the past It can always be depended
i"" The collection 'ontalns't..imt'n .. npon.ev
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-ene-i hnrI'It"
prophesied that "the name of the inventor n in the inure severe artm-kb oi
of current stamps of the realm and
' t will descend to oterity a<* cramp: colic and cholera tnorbus

that of a benefactor of the world, andIt CASTOR also si'eclnu'ns which are taluabl Found At LastJ. It n equally Muvt"ful for summer
from a collector's point of \'It'w There durrh ., and i-hoUro
Is not impossible that l-efore the I.izemore infantam in
A. Harmon, of West .
f are also a number of eastern Rouii.e- dill Irm, and i the e-f
For Infants and means
close of the present centuryeel Children. snst: Ia-t I bate found the {terfrt- the lives saying
lian stamps. The sal will be by ten of mauy children each
may be able to make the voyage to (pit! that never disappoints: : uie; and forth \Vh.. rear
The Kind
You redmvil
Have der. Each n with
Europe without other mothl'ow r Always BoughtBears Turkish embassy arid leiration .- benefit of others alluded with torpid sweetened it water and
is pleasant
i is supplied with albums containing to take
liver and chronic constipation will
t r than steam"Many My, Every
d man of
the // specimens of the stamps and also take Dr. Kirg'* Sew Life Tills." (iuar-- a family should keep
historical events in the na this remedy in his hom Bar
Signature i copies of the conditions of pale. Tbe anteed satisfactory. 25c. at lUnner Irue it BOW
tlonal life have been fittingly com PRICE. 95c. LAROBSEE -.
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aster remains a mystery It became the cot the Interstate commerce r ,f.

fOREIGN I known that a warning had been sent commission. Img the Stomachs aodBowels of Bears theSignature .

by the consulting engineer for the men Metropolitan's Books Destroyed.

; ,' French Again Repulse Moors. to leave the structure, and forty-five The effort of the new public utilities INFANTS CHILDREN t .

Another pitched battle occurred at had done so only two days before the commission of New York city to uncover -.- !',

Casablanca* Sept. 4, when 6,000 :Moors bridge fell.McKinley the stock watering transactions Promotes estionCbeerftil- ;

advanced upon the French works. Monument Unveiled. resulting In the big local traction combine i nessandRest.Gontainsneither

i Mounted on white horses and carrying The monument erected by the state appeared to be balked when Secretary I OpiunuMorphine .ra1. OfNOTNARCOTIC. :"

'- banners In the front line they charged of New York: to the memory of PresIdent I Morehead of the MetropolitanStreet --' \

from the hills in regular formation and McKInley in Niagara square, Railway company testified that \

galloped ,to within 400 yards of the Buffalo, on ground provided by the in 1005 all the books of the companywere

French camp chanting in unison city was unveiled Sept. 5 In the pres- sold as junk and ground into /IIlI; aradlSAMl7lellCHEa .

verses from the Koran. The French : ence of a vast multitude. The ceremonies pulp[ by his order. Although this is a J Jrl.Qelruar p

forces under General Drude were deployed i were brief, but Impressive. The criminal offense, Moorchead is believedto ;

so as to bring the fire from I be immune from prosecution because R.at414SIAi :-
principal address was made by Governor e JMtl I n. 4'I; I
modern rifles and machine guns upon I Hughes, who eulogized In the he was called to give information tJ.ri. ;
the hosts with to the commission. B Caiai
attacking deadly effect highest terms the character of the man Itiewdad. ,

More than 800 Moors were reported commemorated by the monument. The Alton Proceeding! Postponed. =- ,:
slam while only eight Frenchmenwere Use .
obelisk is a pure white marble shaft, Contrary to the supposed Instructions -

killed and a score wounded. with brief Inscriptions on the four Attorney General Bonaparteto A perfect Remedy for Cons hpa- j

French cruisers in the harbor participated sides touching salient features of the District Attorney Suns to discontinue bon SourStoraich.DiaiThoea, :1
in the action by dropping shells president's career. Wonns.Convulsions.Feverish- '
proceedings against the Chicagoand
upon the Moorish forces. Many of the For Over
For Central American Peace. Alton railroad for rebating to ness and Loss OF SLEER
cities and tribes of Morocco have now ,
Standard Oil, Mr Sims moved that the r
I The state department has received
declared allegiance to Mulal Nand, facsimile Signature ofKEW
case be postponed to Sept. 24, as he I '
who was proclaimed sultan at Mara- replies from five of the Central Amer-
and his associates had not completedtheir YearsTypewriters
ican republics Indicating their willingness -
kesh, or Morocco City, the southern .
investigations It was so ordered ,
, capital. In a proclamation he has to co-operate along the lines laid YORK.
;.. by Judge I'mlIs. The attorney
; down by President Roosevelt and
urged the people to remain peaceful
and promises to grant satisfaction to President Diaz. The next step will be general was understood to have writ- H1L

j. the French for the murder of Dr. Mau- the arrangement of a conference, ten Sins that he was bound by an I .J. 1

champ. He opposes the undertakingof probably to be held at Washington.LEGALCRIMINAL. ..reeineut between Attorney General CASTO RIA
Moody and the Alton officials granting
a holy war. at least until all the #
immunity for their assistance in convicting EXACT COPT OTWHAPPEB.
, tribes have Joined him. Two seaportsare
the Standard. Sims Is said to ,
among those who have proclaimed "-f Tuccseta..cosmos..cw....'m,
I I have new evidence of rebating since "
him sultan and it was expected that the immunity agreement ,
r other Important towns would desert
Sultan Abdul Aziz. Land Swindlers Sentenced. Bloodhounds For New York.Deputy .

t Odessa Jews Massacred. Judge Dellaven in the federal district Police Commissioner Woodsof ----- ----- I

court of San Francisco has sen- New York after an extended tour
Another pogram or massacre, of
tenced John.A. Benson and E. D. Per of Europe to study the prevailing police s
! Jews has been reported at Odessa
rin, leaders in extensive Californialand methods in other lands has recommended
where the Black Hundreds or "Union
frauds against the government the use of bloodhounds in
of the Russian People, were permitted -
( each to one year's imprisonment anda the pursuit of criminals. Dogs now in
to carry on unhindered their attack -
fine of $1,000. At the same time training will be attached to stations in
i upon the Jewish quarter. Many
both men were released on $3,500 each outlying districts.
of the Jews were slain while prayingover
pending review In the court of
't their dead In the Jewish ceme- peals. ap Wreck Indictment Stands.

tery, and for several days the entire Alfred II. Smith vice president and "
San Francisco Briber Convicted. Agents for the Celebrated
Jewish quarter was a scene of fright general manager of the New York Cen-

t s ful disorder. President Lewis Glass of the Pacific tral railroad, cannot escape trial for

\ Sept. 1 the czar entered St. Petersburg States Telephone company has been manslaughter as the person responsiblefor

f to attend the consecration of a convicted of bribing the city supervisors the wreck of the electric expressat "

b memorial church erected on the spot to grant his company franchises Woodlawn Feb 1C in which twenty FAYSHOLESTypewriter :

I where his grandfather Alexander II.. and sentenced to five years In -<>ne persons were killed, as his de-

was killed by a bomb in 1881. Great state prison. This Is the first convic- murrer to the indictment has been denied ff

i precautions were taken to Insure the tion of a wealthy bribe giver In San Counsel for Smith had asserted

monarch's safety, the police even Francisco. The trials of President Cal- that no allegation was made of his

[ searching the city and inspecting the houn of the United Railroads and of having omitted any duty imposed by

passports of all suspicious Individuals other officials are to follow. law or contract

while police officers were stationed inc'
Oil Trust Case Put Over. Illinois Motormen Responsible.The .
every window facing the route over The federal
suit against the Stand-

which the procession passed and own ard 011 company, looking to the perma- held the coroner's motornien.jury Botts Mattoon.and IcClara.l"e'ponl'lble Ill.,, 1,000 now used in Florida 1
ers of houses were forbidden to open nent dissolution
for the Charleston electriccar
windows under pain of a heavy fine. of the
big trust
disaster which caused the death of
'},. Bridge and river traffic was stopped whkh was to
fourteen and the of 'ixty
persons Injury -
and the banks of the Neva were lined have begun before
-five. It was rumored that the trac-
with guards, and torpedo boats patrolled -
a at .
tion would Into receivership
company go
If the river. The czarina accompanied New York Sept. ,
to the
Impending damage
:. the czar and took part in the cer I 3, was djourn-- j suits. escape

mony. ed to Sept 17 Non t'

Antwerp Strikers Riot. f motion o f She Found Belief

The dock strike at Antwerp, which counsel for thedefendant
If yon are troubled with In er complaint
has been in progress for several and have not received help read this.

weeks entered upon a violent stage delay was granted Mrs. Mary K Hammond, )Mondv, Texas

? Sept. 3 owing to the failure of the ne- by tine referee "1 was in poor health-.with 1 liter troublefir

+ gotiations as to grain and timber Ir- Judge ferric over a year. DoitTs did me no

ters, although agreements have been without objection good and I tried Herbineand cured me
reached In other industries Laborers from .\sIr v I can't say" too much for Herbme, as it is -- H
t' a wonderful liver mt'dif.ine. Publish
[ slstantttOO1l'\
t imported from England and Germany :I General : .' where you wi="". fold by Titusville Pharmacy .
i to break the strike were attacked, and and Banner Drug More Second-Hand
'_- the police charged the strikers with who was on I 'W TypewritersALL

: sabers and refol\ers. One policemanwas hand to represent Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer,

':- killed and many of the strikers the governp.. B'KeUogg... Greatest Blood Purifier Free i

were wounded. Tires were started In ment In orderto MAKES ALL PRICES ;
give the defense more time in whichto If your blood is impure, thin, ltisl'a.ell.hot .
the wood and lumber yard, and a ,
f statements from the books or full of humors, if you ha\e blood H
' '_ vast amount of property was destroy poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating sore.
: clt> ired. John G.
of the as Terms to Suit
company '
+ ed. The strikers declared, however scrofula, eczema, itching, risings anti

that they were not responsible for thug Milburn represented the Standard bumps scaoln, pimply km, bone pains!",

fires. Some of the strike breakers refused A Rate Law Test Case. catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or
tr. kin disease take Botanic Blood Hahn Typewriter Repairing a SpecialtyRF3NT t
: to work, and the women employed Tint state control of the interstate I ,
(B. B B) Soon all sore heal, aches
the steamship companies virtue of the
y by railroads has ceased by
and pains Hop and the blood is made
joined the strike movementMISCELLANEOUS rate law i-. the broad ground I
t.f Hepburn pure and rich. nru'.:ists or by express!
of au appeal to the federal court now I $I per large l ottle Sample free by writ- I I'Ve

made by the Missouri Pacific railroad i I inp Blood Bairn ('0., Atlanta, Ga. B B.
; I I from a writ issued by the supreme J B. is especially: advised for chronic, lwp-!
court of Kansas The writ was issued seated cases, as it cures after all else! laii- guarantee our Ribbons to be Non-Filling# and !

I. Harvester Trust Pays Fine. in favor of the irr.ibee :\ ; com- I i Durable .

pany of Hflford. Kin, to compel the I
"t On Sept o the International Ilir HEALTH
Ticific to continue the -
Missouri prattlce
ft ., vester company of Wisconsin pleadei of delivering: cars to the mills i INSURANCE 75 cents each, or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach..

at Austin. Tex., in the antitrust
the Santa Fe tracks, which cross
. suits instituted against it by the state over j The man who insures his life is ine. Any color.
at that point, at the old rate of $:J a
x the fine of)0: I. wise for his
of Texas: : and paid family.
,. car. It was conceded that three-fifths ,I
imposed by the court The company. of the mill's business was Interstate. The man who insures his health

also subscribed to the perpetual injunction The defendant railroad now asserts : is wise both for his family and CARBON PAPER
it from operating in
forbidding court has no Jurisdiction -
the state
in Texas Our Carbon Paper is the Best. $1.65 to $4.00
any way : and that the road Is wholly under per
I You may insure health by guarding -
To Complete
, Cured 'One ; it. It is worth guarding. box, 100 sheets to the box.
'" Notwithstanding the collapse of the j Attack of Diarrhoea by ,I
r uncompleted south end of the big can Ii I Dose of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera At the first attack of disease,
and Diarrhoea RemedyI i Can furnish size color.
which any any
:, tale\er bridge over the St. Lawrence generally approaches

at Quebec, Aus ?>. In which seventyfive I I was so weak from an attack of diarr through the LIVER and manifests i.
attend to
bon that I conM scarcely m\
and engineers itself in innumerable
skilled laborers ways
i were carried down to their deaths theo Chamberlain's TAUFTutt'sPills-

Phenix Bridge company of Phenix-I jed\. It cured me' entirely and I had been R. C. DAVIS & CO.

vile Pa., announces that the work taking other medicine for nine days without -

will go on and that It will make good :(. relief. I heartily recommend this
on its contract to complete this' remedy as being the best to my knowledge

The Canadian government has for bowel compaints! U G. Stewart -

bridge. Its willingness to give the of the firm of Stewart:: A. Urn, Green- Jacksonville Fla.
r Mile! AlaFor sale bvTitusulIe Pharmacy -
company another opportunity. Although and Banner Drug Store. j And save your health. ,
of the disk -
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; GEORGIANA I I JAlIESPRITClfARDPresideDt. WINSTON S.BRANNING Vicc-President and Cashier '
: T : LATEST COUNTY I Mrs. Corey left Saturday for her

; :;};- MS NOTES home Mr.in Quarterman Miami. of Canaveral, The Songof Indian River State Bank :, :

visit his wife.
came over Sunday
:A :. Little Happenings That Help to MakeUp the HairThere I "
.' Carl Wittfeld is helping Capt. COUN''Y: DEPOSITOEY

g. : :: the Weekly Hewspaper Ramsey up at the saw mill for week I Authorize Capital, $100,000; Paid-up Capital, $2.00)"erare; ; Deposits i f200,000

or two. TRANSACTS A '
COCOA Mrs. C. D. Provost and baby spenta are four verses. Verse 1.

;: $:_ .j t The road from Cocoa north needsrepairs. day with her mother, at Coquina, Ayer's Hair Vigor stops falling GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS i

',_. last week.: hair. Verse 2. Ayer's Hair

_4 + "Co. C<>m. T. A. Robinson was in Palmer Singleton and Eddy Lock- Vigor makes the hair grow. LARGEST AX) OLDEST BANK ON THE KIVER I
town Tuesday. hart were in town last Saturday, Verse 3. Ayer's Hair Visor \ 1
c looking for grapes and guavas. cures dandruff. Verse 4.Ayer's Exchange ht and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated.
Weather is pleasant with delightful Prompt tervH-e.. polite treatment and every favor consistent i'
I" east winds. Capt. Rogero writes that they ex- Hair Vigor makes the with(rnservative banking grantedCORRESPONDENTS

Mr. F. Allen sold his launch Bertha I pect soon to be at home again. This scalp healthy, and keeps it s'.1 : -i t

; E. to Mr. A. A. Taylor. will be pleasant for Rev. and Mrs. It is a regular hair-food ; thisis I Empire Trust Company: Broadway, New York City The Atlantic National Bank I
t" White,for the Rogeros are their only the real secret of its wonderful ; of J cktu1'illtJackson"iIIl'; Florida
Capt. and Mrs. W.H.Sharpe were
near neighbors,and they are growing 4
visitors in town Tuesday. t
too old and feeble to be left so en- The test Mnd of a testimonial

;. k Mr. A. Lemmert is having an ad tirely alone. "Ssld: .. fcr- .over. sixty.... years"_.'"-' ........ -
dition made to his jewelry store. Work on the Clement boathouse is J.i Xado also by:.m C.=Ayer u <:Co.tuers.Lcw,1 ot E. L. BRADY & 13RO.-- ,

_ '.. The dance at the opera house was again at a stand still. It is not worth Ii .

a pleasant one last Saturday night. while to put in sap lumber, and in N 9 jpr",,9sS.IPSAPAL.LA. 1I.1 Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products. .,

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Crimes returned these; latter days all heart lumber is ... ... _
\: ""' II. We handle produce of all kinds.Ve are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusivelyn
from a trip to New York thurs- very hard to get,except as it is sawedto the above lines of goods.and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write ns for prices on I
Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY& BRO..TIITSVILLE.FLA.
: day of last week. order, for all the pine trees are day between the Eau Gallic and Co-

; h Mr. and Mrs. R. Carter, of Mer- robbed by the turpentine camps. coa teams. -

.f' ritt, were the guests of Mrs. M. E. Our people all enjoyed the story of Mr. Geo. Sullivan went down the err r-rr--rrr_ j

Hill and family Sunday. mission work in Cuba as told by Miss road again last Sunday evening, but SVTCLE BOAT CO.

r Our school house, with its new Kate Jenkins last Sunday, also the will probably be back again the latter -

4 coat of paint, is a credit to our town. songs she sang in Spanish. Miss part of this week. Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers

: It looks systematic and attractive. Kate made many friends while here Mr. Jim King returned home last

; i Miss Maud Willard stopped over and will be followed by a host of best week from the hospital, where he :al.lariae I: .ELi1w L3r

r"' on her way from DeLand to Miami wishes for a long life of happinessand has been having the shot removed Launches carefully stored for the summer months
ft.: to visit relatives for several days. success in her chosen work.H. from his eye: which he got accident-
'." r=Jr=Jr=Jr:=J"ir=Jr=-==:"f=.r=.r=J=E.r=Jr=JrJr=JEr=Jr=J=r=J =r=;::::
,,. Mr. and Mrs. H. Briggs, of W. J. Allen,formerly of this place, ally while hunting for the escaped ,
r J'r /Palm Beach, are the guests of her arrived from Daytona Beach last negro. ---

parents, Mr. and Mrs.A..J. Davis. Thursday, bringing a boat load of Pastor J. S. Geiger filled his appointment I T. VICTORTalking

Rev. W. F. Allen held services in furniture and the three younger at the Baptist church last : Machines Supplies and I
children of Mrs. Cass Allen. He ,
: the Methodist church on Sunday, Sunday morning, but dismissed his 6
with good congregations at both ser turned :\Iondayand will bring Mrs. evening congregation before serviceso 't Records sold by the
Allen and Frank and the rest of the
4. r vices. that all could go and hear the lec-
$ ? l A number went to Lake Poinsett household goods the last of this week, ture at the Methodist church. : INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE ,
if the weather is good.TROPIC. V
: Sunday, where they were met by ,
The Eau Gallie V. I. A. held its ;
...,,. 1'tha' MeeterY Voice TITUSY1LLE FLORIDA i
friends from the west side and had a regular meeting Tuesday evening at f

l picnic dinner. Paddison's hall. Some
; very important -
Mr. John Mathis has th: Campbell
; ; Theo Travis took a party of young business was transacted. Work I
V place this winter. ) Jas. Pritchard & Son
4 men to a dance at Titusville last has begun already on the vacant lots
1"i Mr. John Mathers, of Eau Gallic, .
I week in the auto. They all report a in town and It is a great improve- Titusville, Fla. t
't was here Monday looking after his
t pleasant time. ment. ApnN for tin f
interests.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Canova and family, Mrs. H. Hopkins has moved from
of St. Augustine, moved into the Blocker and family moved to the Roesch building, in which she Original T & M Reversible

rooms over Mrs. M. E. Hill & Co's. the Caves place last week, where he has been living for some time, to one MARINE
: block last week. i will crop this winter. of :Marshal Jones' cottages, near S. '

'V Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gibert and chil- i Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stewart and K. Watts' store. Mr. Koesch will 1 q'- The Tlioronzhly that! l'Uy.'n.d Runs Without f.y |>atents

dren came ho ue on Saturday from family, of Banyan were guests of use the vacated building for a print- Engine Repairs

Christmas. Walter who cut his Mrs. Schofield Sunday. ing office.It These motors are safe and reliable anil

hand, is getting along nicely. Good school work is being done. was; amusing to hear the boys emi be operated I If y alcohol or kerosene

H Mr. T. H. Sanders, of Indianola The children are trying to gain the as they chased the "ghost" last Monday with as good results as by usinsjixu"olino

has been the guest of his daughter, extra two months so as to make two night. The "ghost" was supposed -

I Mrs. E. C. Johnson, for a week. MrSanders' grades this term. to) be a man dressed up as a TITUSV"ILLE IIVRYT11'LBLZ' ; ;
; .' \ health is improving grad- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sistrunkand woman. On account of the noise
ually. mother, of Miami, arrived Fri- they were making on the streets it is Feed and Sale Stables

f : Miss Catharine Sams, of Courte- day. They are located at the Jones said that Marshal Jones put the .. .xaV I

a nay: accompanied her sister Mist place for the winter. "ghost" and the boys all to flight.A I SADDLE HORSES .

.. : Fanny, as far as Cocoa on her return very large crowd greeted Mi: sKate > BUGGIES i t
to the convent at St. Augustine, Jenkins, at the M. E.church last I

I : where she resumes her studies. May Davis spent Sunday in Sunday evening, when she lecturedon SURREYS t I:

I The central of the telephone was Cocoa. Cuba. Everyone present enjoyedit 1 TURNOUTS 1
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moved into tHe Wooten cottage this Mr. E. Svedelius, of Valkaria was very much when she g3Wuch; a of all kinds
week. Mr. F. Bryan and family will in town Tuesday. clear idea of the city their customs; Hauling, Etc.

.p occupy the cottage and day and Susie Stewart, who has been quiteill etc. A great work is being done on j:

night service will be furnished. is much better. the island by our missionaries. Miss J. ;H. OSBAN, TitQsville, Florida

"" Mrs. J. D. Hatter, of City Point, Mr. John Powers, of Cocoa spent Jenkins sang thn."e'r fine selections j
'. is entertaining Mr. Henry Banks andi ; Monday in town. in Spanish.: Special music was 1). 11 SPELL" ,10..1.1 "'FI.I.. K> 'i-t i '.and I'harwalstBANNER

i Mr. and Mrs.; Mjers and son, of LaGrange Mr. Paddison spent Monday in Cocoa rendered by Mrs. C. C. Houston and

1 :l Ga. They came to Indian having some dental work done. Mr.V.. H. Sanders.. DRUG STORE
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river to escape the hay fever season
..I Mr. Jesse Tucker arrived in town Rollins College Winter, Park Fla.
jF and are enjoying our climate.
r Tuesday afternoon from Titusville. If you anticipate attending college!
.1 .t: Our school is progressing nicely Mrs. Frank Cortright and children this fall lo not fail to im estimateRollins Titusville Florida
It opened with 150: pupils and more Delightful location thorough
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left Friday for her home at Little
: arriving daily We have a very efficient equipment, fine gymnasium;
t' stall of teachers, all of whom River. refined surround ling--, good boarding PERFUMERY. STATIONERY
facilities and all field and water
The regular missionary: meetingwas
a well acquainted with the chil-
1 : are Water and Ice Cream
held Tuesday in the Baptist: sports. For full particulars and room Soda
dren and are personally interested. reservations address Wm. F. Blackman -
church.Mr. Fresh Pure Drugs and ChemicalsMail
Mrs. S. F. Travis and Miss: Evelyn l'h.1). President Orland'i! Fla. .
I arrived home Tuesday from Virginia.Col. A. 0. Frink returned: home : orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
\V. "ly tyeatberi'-i" ha\cn't in stock
: Travis left them at Jacksonville Friday from Georgia where ho\\ent
with his Jl"PtTEC. FLSept.. I,. i:""?.
t going Monticello for Miss family. Comjntritivtitattment of teiiipratnres

t Anita they coming in on Wednesday.A Capt. John Houston returned homeTuesday and rainfall fur the week >n number of friends met them at from Sebastianhere he c
the station on their arrival here. has been on business.Mr. Scpt.II e.t ..>! K!t 7S -r -

Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Hughlett and Frink. of North Carolina has .". l 13.:: JM..* 7 7':. !s9'o"! ?711 -* n The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware\ Co. I

-, Miss: Allie reached home last l Friday. spent a few days this week with his -- 15.: M... 73*-4: >.9>$ 71 TH
Dr. Hughlett attended one of the brother A. 0. Frink. N."i v) M 71 u
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and got the benefit of the recent improvements evening at the :M. E. church by the in.hcs. forlhevmk mint.-1 1
and knowledge. Miss Rev. J. B. Hawk.
I. pastor Dcpart'ire rainfall since Jan. 1st. iiiluuincln'S. -
I 1 : Elizabeth visited in Jacksonville and Walker Carlyle of West Palm II'.-.>i II. It\Kins Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'

1 reached home on Monday. Beach, arrived Sunday as printer in _. otfiful iu('Law. 5

i the Eau Gallic Record office. General Robert E. Lee
Lame Back
This is an ailment for winch ChainltrIain's Rev. Wm. Stones, pastor of the was the greatest irentral tile world ha- & OILS,
i: Pain Balm ha proven especially First Baptist church, of Titusville ever known. Hallar .s :Snow Liniment
valuable. In almost every instance it af i is the greatest liniment. Juu-kly cures
_ fords prompt and permanent rl'lil'f.Ir.:: was here on business last Tuesday.Mr. all pains. It is within the reach of all. : Agricultural Implements a;
I. Luke lAGrange,of Orar.ge, Mich.,sap!of T. J. Shaves, accompanied by T. II. Pointer, Hempstead.Texa writer: :
it. "After using a planter and other re in. I "This is to certify that Ballar .s :snow
edies for three weeks for a bad lame back, Mr. Caulder and Mr. Anderson, of. Liniment has l been n-ed in my hou-ehonl SANFORD FLORIDA
,i ;.! I purchased a bottle of Cham rlain'8 J acksom-i1le,returned home Tuesday. for years and has been found to l lit' an ex- ,
effected cellent liniment for rheumatic pains. I t
Pain Balm, and two application
I a cure." For sale Titusville Pharmacy There will be a baseball game on am never without it. Sold by Titusvilie:
. t I and Banner Drug Store. the Eau Gallie diamond this Thurs-1 Pharmacy and Banner Drug store. JIIJIIII.IIIIII'IIIII.I.'IIIII'III.III'IIIJIII.Ill>>vv ;

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