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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 27, 1907
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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:f-- XXVIII TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1907 NO. 23 '. ;1 1ot



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X 4 DOINGS OF THE LADIES..... LATEST NEWS Special Sale .at Kline'sBargains LOCAL GOSSIP .4

If you want a pair of shoes for

PRESENT WEEK dress New,.walking York or or house Bostonpatronizehome. do not sendto AND) INCIDENTSPersonal l\10NDAYSEPT.3O,1907.In Every Department AND PERSONALS .


4 Tangent Rotes Pertaining to Events *We carry at all times a most complete Paragraphs About People that We will place the following goodson Something Abont the People of Titns- '
stock of the famous Queen sale Monday next at specially reduced -
+ Transpiring About Town Quality and Irving Drew shoes, in Travel Here and There prices in order to make room Tille as They Come and Go I IA
x both low and high cuts, in tan patent for our fall and winter goods now
A cool drink at a cool place at leather gun metal, white canvas, Wm. Hindle,of Cocoa,spent apart arriving: cool drink at a cool place at

MANDY'S.Dr. vici, etc., prices from $1.50 to $4.00 of Monday in town on business.Mr. I; New and up-to-date patterns of MANDY'S.Mr. I

B. R. Wilson has been quite ill per pair, all shapes and all sizes. and Mrs. 'V.Mathers are at ::Bate's searsuckers and toile du nord, K. B. Raulerson, of Fort
this week with attack of rheuma- We carry the largest line of shoes suitable for children'sschool dresses.
an present visiting with relatives at Eau Pierce was in town the first of the
i.e '
shown on the East Coast of Florida These goods are worth 15 cents per
I "K'.: tism. I for men, boys, women, misses,children Gallie. yard, special on Monday 121.2 cents. week. #
j' Victor records for October on sale I and infants. I Full line of Standard and Favorite Beautiful figured lawns and ba- The Thursday Half Holiday season '

at Indian River Music House next One order makes a lasting customer sewing machines now in stock at In- tistes, worth 20 cents per yard, spec- came to a close yesterday afternoon. '
12 1-2
Monday cents.
Monday. WINSTON S. BRANNING dian River Music House.Dr. Figured and plain white mercerized Now for winter business. i

fe_ The largest and best line of boys' Titusville, Florida. Carter, of New Smyrna, dentist madras some are worth 50 cents and Did you say school shoes? Well,go

t and girls' school shoes will be found was in town for a day or so this 35 cents per yard,Monday at 25 cents. to Branning's he has the largest line ;;

1 ; at Branning's.Mr. VIADUCT ACROSS week returning home Wednesday American, guaranteed Prince fast in colors gingham, worth patterns all standard makes, prices right.

L. L. Price, of Mims, was in BAHIA HONDA Boys, you should see the fine assort- 121-2 cents, Monday only, 8 cents. I Mrs. Jas. Mitchell, of Cocoa, spenta
town Wednesday on business and ment of knickerbocker pants that Amoskeag check ginghams Mon-: part of Friday and Saturday with

called at THE STAR office. May Be Considerably Changed so have just arrived at Winston S. Bran- day's The special manufacturer's 9 cents. price of Ions- her father Mr. W. S. Norwood, and r .

i I There will preaching at the Baptist as to Give Westward PassageFrom ning's. dale domestic is now 15 cents per family. _

church on Sunday next at 7:30 p. the Miami Metropolis. Mrs. Max Hoeck is expected to return yard, Monday we will sell for 12 1-2 Mr. T. Blake Walker, of Jackson

m. by the pastor, Rev. Wm. Stones. home tomorrow from a sojournof cents. ville, was here to spend Sunday with
It is now stated from a very reli- Lonsdale cambric 36 inches wide, t
Miss Jessie Sanders, of Indianola, able source that the present plan of several months at her former homein Monday's special 12 1-2 cents. Mrs. Walker, who is steadily improv-

spent a part of Monday and Tuesday bridging Bahia Honda at the point Germany.Mrs. Madison's bed spreads worth$1.50, ing-in health. : .

here with her friend, Miss Lena Men originally intended and designatedin J. A. Paine is expected to return special Monday for $1.00. The Misses Maud and Ethel Carter 1 !
extending the F. E. C. railway to
Elmora crocheted bed
4 del Key West may be abandoned and the to Cocoa in a few days from I worth $2.50, Monday $1.49. spreads, returned the first of this week from

Mrs. R. C. Scrimgeour returned road carried further to the westwardat several weeks' visit with her sister, Marsellaise bed spreads with fringe Virginia, where they spent several

from New Smyrna Sunday, where that point, or to the inside keys, Mrs. R. L. Moon, at Loganville Ga. worth $3.00, Monday'sspecial, $1.99. weeks this summer.

she had a delightful time during her where the bridging will not be so Capt. Roy McFadden and family Turkey red table damask, 60 inches Miss Alice Coward, of Buckhead, .
difficult on account of the water being wide, worth 90 cents per yard, Monday's -
two weeks' vacation. more shallow and the current not returned Sunday from Tybee special, 69 cents. S. C., is attending the public schoolin

Mrs. L. W. Haile and two little so swift. Ga., to Daytona, where they are preparing The same in blue. Daytona this term, stopping there = '

daughters left for Jacksonville Tues- This latter route would increasethe for the winter tourist busi- Extra good quality of black China with her aunt,Miss Feaster.
Lawrie distance but a few miles and facilitate silk 29 inches wide, worth 90 cents
afternoon. Master
day remains ness. Mrs. A. N. None and baby left
: time in
the building the road. per yard Monday's special 59 cents.
i. here until October 1st. There would be far less viaduct con- Prof. G. W.Schuyler of Indianola, 36-inch guaranteed taffeta silk, Sunday for a visit to her mother,

Indian River State bank, of this struction necessary though the trest was in Titusville Wednesday after worth$1.75 per yard, Monday's spec- Mrs. Kuhl, at Shiloh,while Mr. Nolleis

'! place, has taken out a policy with a ling would be increased some. noon. He informs us that the Hotel ial 129. in St. Augustine for a few days. "
It is said, however that the original Indianola will continue under his Just received a lot of new French
surety company which insures the plan has not yet been abandoned I Valenciennes lace and insertion to Mrs. M. Neenan and daughter.
bank against being burglarized and but the new one mapped out in the management the coming season. 1 match prices ranging from 8 to 15 Myrtle of Kingston left Wednesday
t\, robbed. event of the original one proving too The Progressive Culture club will! : cents per yard. for a trip to Georgia and other-

Miss Mabel Zetrouer returned to great an obstacle for its completionand resume its meetings Monday, Sept. i Ladies' fancy collars, some worth points, to be away for several weeks.E. t"
in the time desired. The
success 30th 50 and 75 cents a piece Monday'sspecial
her home in Rochelle last Friday afternoon new plan is being given considerable at 3:30 p. m. A good attend at 25 cents. W. Amsden, of Ormond, was in
after a pleasant visit here attention and consideration, and it is ance is desired as there will be business Ladies' elbow length white and Titusville Monday on his way to San-
with Miss Carrie Frobcher and otherson said to be not at all improbable thatit of Importance.-E. B. Wilson, black silk gloves in all sizes, worth ford and other points in the interiorof
Indian river. may yet be adopted. secretary. $2.50, Monday's special S1.49. the
state in the interest of the
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Work is progressing better and
Mail
orders
promptly filled
Chas. Campbell, representing the faster than ever before on the via- Up to the time of our going to press of the above goods. on any Davis Acetylene Gas Co.

Van Deman Co., of Jacksonville was duct at Long key though it will be the there McFadden are no new case.developments Sheriff Brownis in I i JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. Mr. W. S. Branning made a flying

hurt seriously in an automobile acci- several completed.months Between yet before Long it key will and be still taking every precaution to try! 'Phone No. 8. trip as far south as Cocoa Sunday afternoon -

dent at DeLand the first of last week Knights key considerable work is go- to find this man, but so far with no I returning home that night

[j | by the steering gear breaking. ing on building and completing the definite results.A Ben Howard Will Recover by a little after 9 o'clock, drivingthe

Harvey Waugh, of Atlanta, is a roadbed to that point, where good letter from Mrs. G. M. Everson, Word has been received from St. distance in about three hours.G. 1
water is available and where headquarters in Wisconsin that her Augustine that Ben Howard who
states ,
son
S. Hardee
visitor at Daytona Beach for while will be maintained while of Rockledge, was a
George is teaching school in Oconto crushed
was badly by freight
a car
Mr. Waugh is well known in Titus- the work at Bahia Honda and belowis a place of 7,000 inhabitants. Mrs. passenger on the southbound train
here last week is
and will
: ville, having been in the employ of in progress.It Everson and son were former resi- improving Sunday having spent a day or so last
probably recover. It i is also thought
is also stated that work on the dents of Titusville.Mr. week in Jacksonville for the
Red Cross Pharmacy about two purposeof
year lower end of the extension will be that his arm will be saved and have
resumed within the next few weeks, Chas. W. Schoonmaker, former someuseof it. The railroad com- buying a horse but did not find
ago.Mrs.. D. B. Pritchard left the first or as soon as the hurricane period postmaster at Rockledge and pany had a representative here yesterday one to suit him.

of this week Valdosta, Ga.,where .has passed. Thus is more evidence clerk in the postoffice at Cocoa, is accident.making full inquiries as to All persons who have been licensedto
furnished that Mr. Flagler has by no .now assistant mailing clerk at Day-
she will visit her friend, Mrs. Breed- carry fire arms are notified that
tona. He has had
means abandoned the idea and pro- I some nine years'experience
love for a while and possibly may ject of building the F. E. C. railway in postoffice work. Death of James E. Rideout i their license is only good for a term
'
go to north Georgia,where her sister through to Key West. Rev. Robottom James E. Hideout a former resi- of two years and all parties having
Percy expects to
Mrs.J. C. Jones is -- dent of Oak Hill died procured licenses over two ''r
stopping ere returning leave Little Rock, Ark., on Monday, at Highlands, years
home. The Rawlinson Trial Sept. GOth, arrive in Orlando on N. C., on Sept. llth, age 70 years. :since had better get them renewed.

Miss Marie Rice, of Jacksonville, Word was received here yesterdaythat Tuesday evening, and expects to be Mr.well Hideout known to and all of his the family early pion-were i The following has been received
in Titusville Thursday Oct. 3rd
formerly of this place was marrieda the Rawlinson trial, at Fort There will be on services in St., Gabriels eers of the East Coast, and ere they from one of our\-ertisers; "Thank

few days ago to Mr. T. W. Hughes Pierce, has come to a stand still for church Sunday morning, Oct. 6th, at I made and sold their orange grove at you for your prom pi tude, but remove
a young business man of that city. present owing to Judge Jones being 11 a. m. i Oak Hill and moved to North Carolina ad. please, it having served its pur-
they went through the
The wedding was a quiet affair onlya quite ill with nervous prostration.We Mr. E. N. Jelks,of the flacon (Ga.) hardships and vicissitudes of the many trying pose." Which certainly goes to

few immediate friends were pres- trust the attack is not of a ser- Brick Works was here yesterday and times incident to the prove that it pays to advertise in THK

ious nature and that he will soon re purchased t Dr. Corley's sea skiff and I ment of this new part of STAR.
ent.Mr. :Mr.: Cooley's Morris Heights tender His widow a son and deVelOp.j I.
cover. We are informed that the
and Mrs. George Hall and little through Capt. P. Nelson, for use of I three sisters survive him. The next assembly of the General
I daughter returned to their homeat jury for trial of this case was secured himself and a party of friends for i Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star

Sebastian last Saturday after a Wednesday, and that the bulk of the hunting and fishing at Pompano. Launch Frances will convene in 1910 in Jacksonville.Mrs. .

few days' visit with their parents, evidence has already been taken be- Leon Wilson and F. N. Hitchcock I,I To hire or charter, for large or J. P. Turner, of New Smyrna
will run the boats down to their des-
I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hall. They have fore Judge Jon & 5 indisposition tination, for which place Mr. Jelks i small parties, 2b feet, & feet beam, who was a delegate to the recent con-
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just returned from Georgia where left yester ay. cabin and toilet. T. HALL.Indianola vention at Milwaukee, received the

Ii they spent some time. )i Myers CottageMrs. Fla. j jI I I appointment of right worthy grand

Kate :Mvers: has changed the Tailoring Cleaning Pressing organIst. 'ti
An inspecting party, viewing the I Ii name of her boarding house to :M: v ers Stove Wood j jI
whole inside waterway from St. Augustine This house the Having located inTitus-villewilldo I :Mr.: and Mrs. Winston S. Branning
i I Cottage. (formerly I am offering 16-inch pine stove '
first class
tailoring cleaning
to Miami, stopped here Saturday -. Alpine cottage) is located on Hopkins -1 ing for ladies as well as gents. press-Your I wood that has never been turpen I' entertained a large number of their
morning. They were on board street, where Mrs. :Mvers: will be' patronage solicited.satisf tined. All other wood you buy now friends Monday evening most de-
guarantee I
Y:t pleased to see all of her old patrons has been turpentined cords cut l lightfully in honor of his sister Miss
I the yacht Nethla, of New Smyrna, 'I and the
traveling public
generally. and dried ready for delivery. i ii
1 and the party consisted of General, room. MAX WHIT.VKV. !] Grace Branning, who is here, with
i G. G. HOWARD.
; i i | her mother, on a visit to Mr. and
Manager G. F. Miles,; Supt. Geo. G. Rollins College Winter:Park, Fla.!
We headquarters for soda
are wa-1 I
Gleason Dr. T. DeWitt G. W. Gibbs' j Orange and Grapefruit Trees i iI I iMrs.:: Branning. Everyone had a
i ; If you anticipate attending college i tersVanilla, strawberry, I lemon, !I Iraspberry !
and son all of St. Augustine; W. R. this fall do not fail to investigate I chocolate, peach, pineap1pie I Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high !i lovely time, playing cards till about
Steckert, of Gainesville, and Com. Rollins. Delightful location, thorough ginger, sherbet, orange, cocoa 1! hickory hammock. Free from white '''! midnight, and all hope :Miss: Grace
j. J. H. Allen, of Daytona. equipment fine gymnasium cola, cherry, sarsaparilla, grape, ba- 'j fly. One year to two war old buds. '| and her mother will make an extend-
------ refined surroundings, good boarding I nana, blackberry,palmo pepsin, root J 1 Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful- !i'ed visit.
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR t'ASII. j facilities and all field and water I I beer orangeade, lithia. red rock 'i ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill -

About 83 acres of good high land on sports. For full particulars room I limeade, lemonade, phosphates. (I station. J. W. GRIFHS i FURNITURE DRY GOODS SHOES
BANNER DRUG STORE.The I Shiloh Fla.
reservations address Wm. F. ,
side of the Indian river :
the east or ocean ; Black-I o Gas-pipe pliers. Trunk locks.
at the Narrows!;described as follows: Lot man, Ph. D. President, .
I Sandfly netting. Mosquito bars.
No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section II I Alpine Hotel I Draying HAWKES eve-glasses.
-, 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. Gun Repair Works and Sail Loft 1 praying hauling of all kind prompt.
Titusville Fla., F. A. Losley man Moving picture post cards.Stationery. .
This land is unimproved but finely lo ly attended to Mwt3 all trains Move
cated. For further particulars addressE. All work guaranteed. Guns stock ager. On the European plan-furnished Hood for sale at all times. School supplies.
M. Low.BrocktoQ. ed and shot guns rebored.H. I rooms and quick lunch. Cen- II. E. HOLTOV, Globe-Wernicke Elastic book cases.
Mass. j BENECKE, Titusville, Fla. j trally located. Titu8\'iIle, Fia. Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 3-1

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p 2 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1907 1I



r m tJS { :.x.. society ana The best known living writer over $200,000 to Chairman Odell for 7'

--ifyiat-'t4> t -_ 5: '"- .r '- --S? jR ti': on the subject, has Just come to use! In New York state. Most of the

America to attend the conference of men referred to have denied the truthof J)

the society at Chicago; in October. Be- the World's statement, and Secre-

fore starting west Mrs. Besant talked tary Cortelyou said that at the proper ,.
: j] )1SWCi freely with the New York newspapermen
) time he would be willing to give to .
who came to meet her at the pier. account of T
the public a full and frank

t tr yr She was incline to agree with the his stewardship both In and out of ,,
... suicide theories of President r
race
public life, but that for the present he

.NfJ .j Roosevelt for the neb but not for the would adhere to his rule of not replyIng .
: poor Speaking of theosophy she saId
.. to charges of this sort which he
:; L "1 believe that the soul is an undying,
never quiescent force just like electricity characterized as false and mendacious I .

s : I y.J only Infinitely finer and more Hearst Pleases Socialists.

subtle a thins It is an energy like According: to the New York Worker


1:4fr: i _._.. _: _::_ fr: : :____+ .____; _.c______.. :: electricity travels in, bat a more It the la the leading east,organ every of Socialist the Socialist will rejoice party t.t. ;i.


ventor. having lowered the record Iruw uare ethereal medium; it at Mr. Hearst's recent! speech at

to C days, 1 hour and 5 minutes. travels not In ether s. Jamestown because "it strips from #
/ I FOREIGN I The Regulation of Warfare. radical all semblance of }
nor in space, but in that vaunted
While various peace propositions Western Union Stands Pat. a void. The foul Is 1 antagonism to organized capitalism and

Canadian Oriental Riots.A have been under consideration by committees The expected conference between the never without a to reveals him In his true colors as a defender -
of The Hague conference. It leaders of the striking telegraphers and '
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situation Involving peril to body. It may leave + and supporter of the present
grave should be understood that no decisionis the Western Union did not materialize y
M and property at Vancouver and the physical body 4 system exploitation: of the working .
t person final until adopted unanimously at afull and the executive committee of the .
im't Hearst said the
class. What Mr ,
other coast towns has developed from and become .,.
plenary session of the conference. company sustained the course of the Worker claims Is not but that he
4 series of anti-Asiatic riots. It mured for awhile in Mrs A. Besantthe new
a ap- Such a session was held Sept. 7, whena officials: fa a formal resolution which
For that
said it Is the significant thing
that the feeling of the laboring astral body that Is beyond our
pears classes in that large number of rules were adopted referred to the "late strike" as thoughIt sense of sight or our power of under I all Socialists will be grateful as It 'I

r relating to the regulation of warfare. were a closed incident President .
him where he had always -
section had been standing, and then It may come backto puts "publicly
One of particular Interest to the smaller Small of the union and President Gom-
growing more this physical plane in another phys- belonged privately"Harmon .
c powers was that the territory of a pers of the American federation were I'I
ical body I believe that I lived before
bitter for long on State Rights. j
neutral should be inviolable and that In New York and both said that there
time until It but that's not the way to put it. Youdon.t of Ohio the .
Judson Harmon
as principal :
such a state may protect its neutralityby would be no surrender. The Western
knewnobounds.The say 'I believe! I was a child? you .
Ohio at the
day
speaker on ,
force Union declared Its
without committing a hostile regular quarterly
I first outbreak know that you were a child. I know '.
i tY act This principle had already been dividend as usual but did not publishthe Jamestown exposition, took occasion

,. was at recognized In practice, but now be- earnings for the quarter, as Is that I lived before. It is all a matter to announce that the state of Ohio was "t
'' Belllngham In of memory, this proving a previous ex-
of herself without
fully capable governing -
comes embodied in international law. customary.Meat .
the state ofWashington istence. When I was thirty I was materialistic .
aid from Washington and
: pointed
The of is also defined
> s' right asylum so Wagon Strike Settled. and unbelieving In everything the which he believes e
out danger
_ that If who has reach-
forty-eightmiles a prisoner once The strike of the meat wagon driv- ;. Later I began to turn the in- threatens the country from a central!
ed neutral should be .
h south of Vancouver ground recap- ers of New York against the employers' ward mind backward until I could remember zatlon of
government so as to usurp
tured he must be set free. Another
= Sept. C, association has been settled upon my previous existence in the the powers and privileges belonging to
rule follows not
permitting
practice in
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_ sue,. when a mob of the following terms: Wages are to be flesh. the people
volunteer to be enlisted In neutral .
Y 500 white men the same as before the strike; thereis She explained further that the theosophists -
territory or a body of filibusters organIzed. Congressmen on Philippines. j.
raided the mills to be no discrimination for or against do not limit their following

': ;,f L / along the water Belligerents are also forbiddento union or nonunion men; li'ixty-five to any sect or creed.<< She sad Mrs. Two members of congress, Reynolds -
: establish wireless telegraph stationsor of Pennsylvania and McKInney of Illinois _

,- ;... /," front where the hours Is to constitute a week's work, Eddy was right in advancing the powerof
other of communication In who have sailed from Ma-
means Just i
f r Earl Grey. Hindoos were and all grievances and the question of thought transference, but wrong In
neutral territory. The exportation ofprovisions nila for home after making a tour of
; working. They also attacked the lodgIng overtime are to be left to arbitration. attributing to it a curative effect
from neutral states to belligerent the archipelago, expressed the opinion
i houses and drove the Hindoos, half None of the competent strike breakers Civil Marriages Recognized.
ports Is forbidden. Finallythe that we should not cross the bridge of ,.
: naked and whipped, from the place, Pope Pius X has modified the marriage
be
are to discharged to make room
hostilities
rule was adopted that independence until we have reached It |j
t f 400 of them being placed In jail or In for the strikers. laws of the Catholic church so
-: must not begin without previous unequivocal and that we are not yet near It. .
the city hall for protection. Seven hundred as to recognize the validity of a civil
notice In the form either ofa Cuts In Ocean Rates. !
and fifty others escaped across marriage made before two witnesses Hull Defends Naval Cruise. \
declaration of war, setting forth Its The war between the transatlantic
the Canadian line. Some were so bad without the assistance: of a priest Representative Hull of Iowa, chairman -
motives, or of an ultimatum accompanied lines continued the -
International
steamship was ,
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ly hurt that they had to be taken to This decree will go Into effect at I of the house committee on mill- 4
with a conditional declaration of Mercantile .
; the hospital. Two days later In Vancouver Marine an- Easter. 1008. It Is a return to the tary affairs, in a Washington Interview 4
war, and a state of war must be notified nouncing that first cabin rates from *
: there was a big antloriental conditions which prevailed before the expressed his view of the battle-

demonstration, in which 10,000 white without delay to neutral powers. New York to Liverpool on such ships council of Trent. In Italy the church ship cruise to the Pacific as follows:

French In Morocco Aggreaslv as the Baltic Cedric and Celtic wouldbe has suffered because of the refusal to "If nation has
men took part, and at Its end a raid any a chip on its shoulder It-

was made upon the Chinese and Japanese Through the use of a captive balloonthe $7250. a reduction from $93, and acquiesce In civil marriage. which was and does not want us to send our

t quarters. Two thousand orientals French forces under General Drude that the eastward rates would be from the only marriage authorized under vessels where we please, the sooner

Moorish now on 57.oO; a reduction from $80. the laws of united The result find it
c were driven from their homes, at Casablanca discovered Italy. we out the better

and much of their property was de camp of 000 tents hidden in the hills The rate by the Atlantic Transport fleet was to make it possible for a man to ,
I will be $">) instead of $70 for first cab- New Fisheries Arrangement. '
this information
stroyed. six miles away. With have two wives, one under the state
In to London and the big Adriatic of The state department has concluded
The immediate cause of the outbreakwas In his possession General Drude In and the other under the church law,

the arrival of the steamer Ku- person led a force of six companies inan. the White Star line will carry passengers thus virtually encouraging bigamyPOLITICAL a modus vivendi between this country ,
for $77.30 Instead of $95, The and Great Britain which covers not
attack the Moorish The
merle from Honolulu with 1.300 Japanese upon camp
Cutiard followed suit with a first cabin only this joars fishing, but is to con-
made defense
followed by another steamer with Arab commander a gallant I T I
3 a somewhat smaller load. These but his forces were compelledto rate of $7250. Including! Mediterranean tinue until the questions In dispute are t
and settled by The Hague tribunal or an
'' *' steamers bad been chartered by Hawaiians flee and his camp was burned It ports $5750 on the L't4ria aud

/ who supplied each Jap with was expected that the French would Etrurla Corresponding tuts ''''cre expected Story of Harriman Fund.A adjustment is otherwise reached.

the $25 requisite for Canadian Immi- continue the advance into the interior from the North German Lloyd statement published by the New Dates of Taft's World Trip.

grants. Next day the mob attacked and Hamburg-American. York World purports to give the namesof Secretary of War Taft who sailed

500 Japanese who were landing froma men who contributed to the $260000 from Seattle Sept 12 for Yokohama Is

steamer, and in the riot Baron Ishil l INDUSTRIALLusitania's I COMMERCIAL! I campaign! fund raised by E. H. Harriman to arrive there on the 25th, is due at

chief of the Japanese bureau of for- and Senator Depew In 1904, which Shanghai, China, Oct 6; at Manila Oct

eign commerce, and the Japanese consul Maiden Voyage. in a published Harriman letter was 14, at Vladivostok Nov 11, at St Pe-

at Seattle were maltreated The Great was the maiden voyage: of Harriman Discounts Wall Street. said to have been raided at the personal tersburg Nov 26, at Berlin Nov 29 and

Japanese and Chinese residents of the Lusitania, the big;. new turbine liver On his way back from an extended solicitation of President Roosevelt will arrive at New York about Dec. 10.

Vancouver immediately began to buy of the Cunard Steamship company, vacation in the Sierras E. H. Harrl- The principal subscribers to this

,. arms until the authorities forbade their which arrived at New York Sept 13. man, the railway magnate was interviewed fund according to the World, were Worked Like a Charm

.p sale The mayor of Vancouver telegraphed although she did not equal the best at Buffalo on the business situation besides Harriman and Depew themselves -

Premier Laurier that twenty speed record of the North German and delivered himself of the James II Hyde. J. P. MorganCeonre Mr D N. Walker, editor( that spicy

U_ Archbold journal, the Enterprise, Louisa, Va, says:
i of the rioters had been arrested and Lloyd liner Deut chlaud. The latter'sre'cita'l : : following optimistic opinion of Wall Perkins Roger, "I ran a nail in mv foot last week and at

said that the attacks bad been directed was. of course made under the street and the o tIo
'I against orientiK! In general and not most favorable conditions after the What sort of a reflector Is the 0:1: cmnpiav James fcpeyer and C. >. inflammation followed; the salve simply

t against the Japanese in particular machinery had l,eeu worked Into the street after all? Ill tell you-its II UHss treasurer of the Republican. n iMonal ht"cllec1the wound" Heals every sore, 4

Earl Grey the governor general of smoothest ehape.; and the maiden false one What matters It If stocks committee It Is asserted that burn and kin disease. Guaranteed at

Canada telegraphed the mayor his achievement of the Lusitania Is so show the upward turn of a point one this money was transmitted by lllis! TUnsville Pharmacy and Banner Drug

regret at the Indignities upon the subjects far lu excess: of any previous mildenvovage day and a downward switch of two to fortelvou and that the latter pa'd! tore 25<:.

of Japan, the friend and ally of considering weather condi or five the next? That Is no Indiratlon -----

Great Britain and I lit'tbe- real J wealth of the Muatry .
1.K 1. expressed the hope tious. that !t Iveonies only a grafter oft .

that peace would be restored prompt!}'. little time awl favoring weather for or of the country's prosperity. and It .

? Czar's Yacht Runs Aground.The her to louver the worlds transatlantic Is no reflection of actual conditions

czar and czarina were on board record and ma.ttbl.! trip from Queens There; no panic coining! "-e'ye had" Asore Ihrooi! is a %,N

1 town to Sandy Hook in less than five our panic, and now Its going away
>their yacht, Stan a ashore on the coast of Finland and rebc olay As it was. the Lusitania! finish lIe said further that New Yorkers dangerous malady

,,:1 tills IIf ',:.S2! miles h !tlhlt.k were In the baMt! of thinking that the .
f\l=el h lcarr the! yacht! nrltll! tlo tngt voyage CUt
busy men of the rountry governed ail -ou donU need to
.
'ats and cruNtrs: should come to pull! l tJ.C.s.. m : days Zl minutes or .
the boat off tt ho ,rs and 10 minutes oj the IH.st their movements and plans by Wall .t "
street but he didn't pay any attention tie sock around
Theorpstvo confess at Moscow btrekct."lt 'v'tlhl for that course made by theI.ii.i.iia .. a .
'!.
I I to and the 1
I.eeom-
it great Wt"l'tVa>>
in OctoVr. 1VH The n".r,1IIt.I.1
tbe late ,
Ing Sf> enormously rich that Its (" trdewere S neck to
!n for locnl self government ins I li th I etits:ban'l! for the CherNmr. your cure iBALLARD'S ., 1
able take of .
to tbemsel
care >esPissenger
which persou of all ranks should: cooiKTite .* tnurse.! a dist:ince c'f o.r-l: mlics.
and freight traffic had l teen
is : i'ais 11 hours i4 uiiuutes. :
on equal t:.Tis. The lilnrils or just ;
erorn.o, crops win big and factories v ;
demanded that: the suffrage be given tw hours IHrtl'r. TIt.J.usitanif- 1 1 %/ :

to women also l ;i\'"rice sjieed was ::;.111 uiutieil nn'es'n : were running full capacity

; The Finnish! diet has: (>posed the demand h< "r a: against the (It'utN'hlanol"-: New York's Big Bond Sae.! i ;

s of the csar's ;g'n'emscnt for an ;verge:: of :::XT>1 and the Kaiseri'! \\'hen the kids yore oj .-npd hvCVnptroIVr W SNOW

J appropriation of 1..f1(1n tf) support helm II "s =t"Vs.. The record for the Metz Vpt 10 it w :n

t the military servioe of the HUSSMH empire :Mst dtiy! run Is still held' t>\.' the found that Nework ,--itVs Moonnm*' LINIMENTli : :

l "'-: d'ljm't.! which in August, t'11I1. V, !p.-r rent .::+M; iMud issue; h,'.! >It Of n'iMrnlfd -

The fourth member of tLe band of ran Wl milt in twenty.four hours more than five tii'.': oif \ "T. vn; ", r-e that throat in t>h..rt ord<'r. ,

JjiisMin oJkiils which tortured Maria llie Rsitanla' !best ,tally niu wa the '..ta1 a ;.ltin:;. :'''I.I-en: T\t'"n ="ard'... Snow LinIment PI n...rat.'s thA Ntlnnt'-

pridono": the a *:issln of General "!r: niiic-s! the bids were for the entire isMifai" 'ig fret. circul tiull. ;jiving fie mubcl more pores tia.j" t'aey.

Ius> \'rnty. bas !x eii killed hy the TIll"I.mt lurMncr revlvc'l a noisy hv the Morsnn syndicate! and tlf'

t terrorists who \.meil to avenge the Wt:.io:we Crow the fleet ">f excursion: other liv "l'"tl" tumr'"' \\h.te.. the CURE ini2t!. ATISI\tCUrSSFRAI S, BRUISES,

suffer > of this! womn. wV i is now l+oats and b.!rN.r craft as she 1':1--4.,1: : Im: who formerly seoiired an allot ,OrOUDS, OLD SORES, TIfF JOINTS: ,

spoken of ns the Inssian Join of Vrc tip U her 1'icr, herself decked with metit of crornni *nt lnm-U with ou'\! BURNS AND ALL PAINS.

:!!;i=s from stem to stern. Prom ferry the :stiinps: necessary to man hi* hbl! to
British Airship Successful. .
b,'ii'-es! and the windows of the tali \\ 4..hnon.! raising the Ut f"" s irvm GAVE INSTANT
The first: military ding''ue balloon RELIEF.
.1 otiee l.uilns! : of New York thousands wy after the award bad hewn maile
i bunt in IlngUnd made two successful Honrr Stone, Provo Utah. Writes: "I have
of i"r.-c>i'le wire watching tbe In this ca'e the -omptroi T wa- niIni" used "Rillard'a
trial trips Se'>t. 10 thus bringing Great Snow Liniment fw ".euraia, I M'th-acb" al.d Sore Throat
l'utrross: of the ;,:r.'at'l !'11 3'0SI" to douM the exix t'le'icj ofawanl'nsr which ,
Brita'n into 1 Hne! wIth' France and (:er upon.appJudtioii Kamp instant relief. I
:,\1,1 at half sjee l up the :North rn any' onds t-> White; !.."..:ius > I mf.nd it as b{ lI'. the ist Linjl.rt I have can rucum-
uiaum the matter of aerial war ma- ever used: in ciub
er while the jueagers throngiil the his cheek for the 2 per rent dt>jMi-it of pain caused: arumN"uralgia. l'tc."'
chuierv The British balloon which is
r'ils and watl their bantkf'fdlil'f tuuiswering imuiO, was drawn on :i bank.na
sausage shaped and V** feet long by S PRICE: 25;, 50c AND $1.00
I
: ; alute The Lusitania ;she hous the status ofvhi teas not
30 fed In diameter, with capacity of :
largest: as well as the swiftest known. To test this the cheek \ta-
7;\ steamship afloat her !length being T'fect : sent out for immediate oollti ands Ballard Sno-
Aluminium and c;mva<. went up to the v Liniment
Co.
width s et feet and her d;is, hen it n as returned unpaid the entire
distance of 500 feet In the presence ofa
," nc''inent "dUHl; tons, while her '1'JIII- \\hite hid was thrown out The sale Ir 500-502 North
great throng of eople.. performed Second Street,
rUt'.ec.'t'W are turned bUK twNl' will net 102 or thereabouts.
various evolutions with and against the ST. LOUIS
t horsepower turbine enables. The passengers --MISSOURI.
wind and returned to the starting
say that there was tern little "
;:
point. She dipped and rose with the RELIGIOUSHead I .
seasickness and that the great liner
I greatest ease and reached a pace of
rode the seas with wonderful steadiness Sold
r twelve miles an hour. At one time thetl and Recommended by
and smcx>thness Theosophist Arrives.

teasel firmed around I:> :is eu iantit Close on the heels of the Lusitania Mrs. mule Bezant, the recently "t"1.1s'Vi11o PhArm

tl r. .S. CaJy. :=eI .\: '..;, ,a, N tLc la came the French liner La Provence elected president: of the Theasui.hteal Dan.n.or cy and

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,,3 : FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1907 / THE FLORIDA STAR 3 t

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, the police departments of those cities I r The State Treasurer's Report.

i 1iIR 'nNTRAMP CAMP have determined to break up the LEGISUTiPJLJCES F The monthly report of Hon. W. V. I
Headache
"d; -.>. u. tramp Infested "heaven" If possible Knott, State Treasurer, filed with the t

--r- Governor, shows balances in the treas-
Playground For Rich Children.
"Y Police Will to Hobo ury to th? credit of the several State
Try
Destroy The children of wealthy Plttsburg! Where Con Yessmen and Senators Sufferers
and educational funds at the close of
,: :: Paradise Near Omaha. families are to have a playground.Just .
,, Will Have Offices.
the same as those provided for poor business, Aug. :31, 1907, as follows:
f. :
'f:' {, children says the New York Tribune.. General revenue fund .$ 18,547.29 Do you want relief-in
I
FINE HIDING PLACE OF CROOKS Georze J Johnston superintendent of FINE ANNEXES OF CAPITOL One mill school fund . 81,93450 just a few moments .and

the Pitt!'brn: Playground association Pension tax fund . 333,105.39State :

has been appealed to and has agreedto board of health fund 95.542.48 no bad aftereffects.If .

f iff. Omaha and Council Bluffs Authoritiesit" put the playground in working order Each Beautiful Structure Cost &500- Principal of school fund (un- so, :you have only to
.V large and expensive plot of ground
., Will Units In Making Raids on Ideal OCO and Occupies an Entire Block. invested) . . 4,47930: take, Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain
has been obtained In the fashionable
tk Hobo Clearing House In Existence Squirrel Hill district and will be fitted Finely Furnished ApartmentsSuperbly Interest of school fund 17,49219 Pills.

J" 1{r Twenty Years. up in exactly: the same manner as are Equipped Dining Saloon. I I Principal of seminary fund If subject to headache, 11ha'e ..

t s "Hoboes' Heaven. as it Is called or the public playgrounds Our senators and representatives in i (uninvested) . . 19456 them with you al- ,

; rf the "Clearing House For Tramps," the congress will soon have their offices In I Hire of state convicts fund S0.::S926: : *

i treat summer camp which the Weary She Found Relief splendid palaces, says Rene Bache in i Indian war claims fund . :!;),OOO.OO ways. Xo harm can come .. ,

; ;' Willies passing between the east and If yon are troubled with liver complaint Harper's Weekly Within a few weeks Drainage tax fund . 4,5S0.57; from their use, if taken as

i t the west have built up Just below and have not received help read thiMr after congress meets in December the Agricultural college fund 2,236.62 directed, as they contain
Mary E. Hammond, Moo lv, Texas: ,
f!...t Council Bluffs, la., and across the "1 was in poor health-with liver troublefor two new white marble palaces which White college Merrill fund 14,93125: no opium, chloral, mor- j'

; Missouri river from Omaha, is to be over a year Doctors did me no are to be known simply as annexes to Colored college Merrill fund HSSUI cocaine chloroform
phine -
r broken up. and the police and sheriffsof good and 1 tried Herbine and cured me. the house and the senate will be ready Interest of seminary fund 1,938.40 ,
I I[ can't too much for Herbine as. it is heroin alpha and
say .
Omaha and Council Bluffs have for occupation. Each is a beautiful Hatch experiment station fd 2,119.9-1
a wonderful liver medicine Publish
Joined 'forces for this purpose, says anLt where you wish. old by Titusville Pharmacy structure costing $-.500.cro and occupying Adams experiment statIon beta eucaine, cannabis in- ,.

l Lt : Omaha special dispatch to the New and Banner Drug tore. an entire block and has a toW fund. . . . 1,61035 dica or chloral hydrate, or

I ; York Herald. This place is not the frontage on its four sides of 1.747 feet, Experiment station incidental their derivatives. "


.. abode of any regular number of UNCLE SAM A JOB GETTER.New or about a third of a mile. fund . . . 113: .72 '
f tramps, but is the stopping point and Ask your druggist about
I These palaces are in effect detached Florida Female College inci- .
I resting place of thousands of tramps Bureau to Obtain Work For Both them."It .
wings of the capitoL They are gigantic dental fund . . 1.60444
who drift In, stay a day or two and4r1ft Americana and Immigrants.
office buildings, each of them occupying gives me great pleasure to be I.
" r onward again."I According to Secretary of Commerce University of Florida inci- able to refer to the Dr Miles Antl- ,
more ground than the Wal- dental fund . . : Pain Pills as the best remedy w* have fever
150
counted men in the camp one Oscar s. Straus the division of 1 dorf-AstorIa in New York. The house 582:91 had In our house for the preven-
day last summer," says Chief of Police Information newly established in his 1 Proceeds of college property I tion and cure of headache. My wife
Is far from
" annex; which not completion who has been a constant sufferer for
Richmond of Council Bluffs. "Two department Is to be a much more far will contain 410 rooms one for fund . . . . 4.25 years with the above complaint, joinsme .
days later I made another trip there, reaching instrument than has been each representative in witha Colored normal contingent in recommending Dr. Miles' Anti- '
congress fall into
Pain
and while there were more than 100 supposed. It is not merely to aid in few left over to provide for future fund . . . 1.64 the hands Pills of hoping all who they suffer.may" -

a tramps scattered around not a singleone the distribution of immigrants, but to increase In the membership of the I Blind Deaf and Dumb Inci- J. I. BUSH, Water>lejt, N. T. J w
of these had been there when I serve as a sort of government employ- DP. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by
great legislative body. The senate annex 82.82 druggist who will guarantee that 1
dental fund . your
bureau for American
paid my first visit"The ment workingmen. is divided into ninety-nine suits the first package will benefit. If it
camp has attained national re- fails, he will return your money.
each comprising a private room for 25 25 Never sold in bulk.
nown among box car travelers. It is Mr. Straus' plans contemplate not the senator for his Total . . . .$$701,228: doses, cents. ;
a room secretaryand Miles Medical Co. Elkhart Ind
an ideal place for a tramp camp. Sit- merely the furnishing to vtoA.lngmeD a bathroom. In both palaces will ,

I anted close to Big Lake, with plenty of as well as immigrants of information be employed a multitude of uniformed Lame Back r!

big shade trees and fine grass and about where employment may be ob- menials to wait upon the luxurious This is an ailment for( which Chamber-

I right by the side of the great freight tained but the actual obtaining for statesmen and to make life as easy lain's Pain Balm has proven especially '

yards, where trains from all directions them of a promise of employment be- aad comfortable for them as possible. valuable. In almost every instance it affords The Most Valuable Books ever Set PuMuiud.of Yacht and BoatButlding s

I on sixteen different railroads pass at fore they leave one part of the country Servants' rent fuel lights prompt and permanent relief. Mr

i all hours of the day and night, the for another. Hitherto it has been and all incidentals wages,are paid by the gov it.Luke"After LaGrange, of Orange,and Mich other, says of. RUDDERHOWTO '. ,
a planter remedies
hobo who tires of the road rest understood that this new bureau was using
a
may ernment. The apartments are beauti- for three weeks for a bad lame back, BOOKS
t few days in peace while those who to serve only as a means for supplying J''
fully furnished and decorated at UncleSam.s I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's
Over boats have been built from the lutes
have already recuperated may! catch a immigrants with Information. servedin 3oro
expense.. Meals will be Pain Balm, and two applications effecteda printed in these books- Successfully sailed m H
freight and go on their way without "The last congress, said the secretary the rooms if desired. But in each cure." For sale by Titusville Pharmacyand every clime and upon every sea-Ful detail iIt
I trouble. to the New York Times' Washington Banner Drug Store. drawing of all parts showing what it is and f
palace Is a vast and superbly equipped
how to nuke ItT r t extremely simple :
i The tramps have constructed a huge correspondent the other day, "pro- dining- saloon exclusively- for legisla-i
vided for division of information in HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50 : E
fireplace, and there are many articles a Mark Twain to the President. .
tors and their guests. ..
K foot KOW r*:I u.t Luris. 'jr to build tramp all b a*
Ii of kitchen use as a part of the camp's connection with the bureau of immi The annexes will be connected by [Note.-Mark Twain flecUuPS to pilot the rrrf; good nu-iag UMI fur.buy tw Ie....toe tuimm i..

equipage It is a rigid rule that none gration. I put at the head of this division underground electric railways with the steamboat which will take President HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK 1 !
Roosevelt down the Mississippi A fine boat for aforaona ... or knectioe about b ,
E of these utensils are to be carried from one of the most respected labor capitol. In each palace one will finda nioal...*.r llfttib nf..<>>...fiit.HIT h-fTer hvtlt;uoi/porca(
In the Terence V Pow- I'm asked to steer that boat of yours. ny; fun55.aa.Jp.w.s.rc.mpktrdbust.
I the place, but all are to be left for the men country. subway station at the base of the rotunda Thf'Odore-o. Theodore
HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
free use of tramp who be In deny, a man of broad experience and
any may the most striking architectural Between the Mississippi shores, Most, urrrvfal range nvMhine nn An\znrH; m pnarlnnrr
" camp. This rule is adhered to without great ability. feature of the palatial annex. It is Theodore. Theodore to in.11 Anicttu. ,Am uxl Australia; t+ij to baud;(V*
via w ;
There "It is my hope to make this division But hear me now before you go: t
exception are large
many pans 8e\"enty-four feet in diameter and extends HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
I shall not d y it if I knowIysef
and pots and cans, and altogether the really helpful to labor in general in upward clear through the four because I'll have no thow. Dimple anil |*mrtir.,L thomByt bow toMmatract.Iaa oI
.. .. .
I' such information before not bull tur ase :to nr nx>l" Sr.eratotbet plau.HOW
tramps are well supplied with placing Theodore.
camp stories of the building, terminating in Theodore!
TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
facilities. only the immigrants but the laboringmen a superb dome under the roof. All of A fin* ail ar>......i eeuirin. boat good cabin; .znOMCvilrr : .
When at the wheel to steer I stand.
,
the will "ut.btetu.ka.k. .al.'rs
throughout country, as ;
For sleeping there hundreds
t purposes are Its
the space underground beneath Theodore-oh. Theodore
enable them to supply the demand for HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP
. of empty box care In these the You II butt In there to take
floor Is occupied by the subway station a hand. ,
A clrr r little;a Imf boat sub n>Mirat overhang aacsoiall
tramps stretch out at night and sleep. remunerative labor in every part of likewise circular Into which the Theodore oh. Theodore aul plan. I

a When they wake up in the morning. the country. You II bang that wheel around like-well, HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
trains come from the capitoL
"I hope the division will be a kind of You'll bang it as I cannot tell. F.sy: to IwddecrrrtbnG stra tihr;lint tIN er.ft for s boJ .
. if the box car happens to have been The trains on this newest American And I can only stand and jell lobegiy wrtb;caabebiu!*very<.b""e'l""uloop or cat ng
. put Into a train and started out. it clearing house, so that the wage earner subway are worth attention Theodore-oh. Theodore HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHTA
makes little difference to these tray4 may obtain definite employment be- complete des r.ptton of bow to both a Bulel;alaa lisa x
are composed of six tiny steel jt skiff lucii ....I U
elers. fore moving from one section of the They If I should say to you: "Get out ia fitf mow*
car, each of them only sixteen feet Theod' re-oh. Theodore
Passing by the "clearing house" are country to the other. long, under charge of a motorman and You do not know what joure about PRICE $1. EACHRPAIO

six railroads to Chicago three to Minneapolis Theodore oh. Theodore" BY EJFRESS: A"VII/HElIE/
conductor, both of whom are In the .
1 two to St Louis two to Kansas OFF TO HUNT BY BALLOON. uniform of the United States You.d gaze upon m! fierce and glum; Bound in cloth Gold :et trinz:-Sue of pagw
government You d think that I was going some inches l .
4 by 12 >- tfe ct..rly-.jrill..n plans.
. City and four to Denver and the
And say I was a liar by gum
, Pacific coast Tramps from all directions Frenchman Makes First Step Toward Senators, representatives and those Theodore-oh, Theodore THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

must pass by the camp If they Domestication of the Airship.A who have business with them will ride 3 MURHA" STREET NEW YOtlU.. 3. A
Nay nay! No piloting for m*.
t are bound north south east or west few yearn ago a New York artist to and fro in the trains which seem Tbf'Odore-oh. Theodore ,<**d postal fur Catalogue of Books for

I and thousands them take the opportunity On board of craft with thl'e. vackisman's Library,
who was credited with being old f\sh- like toys in comparison with those that any
to stop off a few days and rest Thffitore-oh. Theodore!
J loned and unprogressive used to look run above ground All the cars are
I'm
rather old and on the shelf;
f up out of his studio window below Fifty- open on one side. the missing side being I Jo not care for fame and pelf-

The tramps haw a kind of police ninth street and say that It would be replaced merely by a safety rail Say, steer the darned old boat }'our elf.

system, and no fights or rows ever only a little while before people so that there is only one bench running Tht'oonre-oh. Theodore ar:
-W, J Lampton In New York World.
take place in the "heaven" It is an stepped out of windows Into airships l(n hwlse. Passengers entering at

unwritten law that there must be no to make calls t"ran't":1t rate.
. any either end seat tbemselupou thisbench ERRYS
, trouble of this kind as long as a man will fulfill the prophecy soon at the and look out through the open

remain in the camp For food while rate of progress she is making says a side of the car. The 3Iode ty of Women

resting the tramps forage. Many of special cable dispatch from Paris to The train runs through a tunnel riturally mak> them shrink from the

them travel in bands, of which one or the New York Sun. which connects the annex with the indelicate quotion-s. the obnoxious examinations Seeds

two are appointed cooks The others Perhaps not the most spectacularbut south end of the capitol. This subwayis and unpl.i"ant local treatments prove their worth at harvest

i get the food. Sometimes it is obtainedby certainly the most elegant use so 750 feet long 22 feet wide and 11 which sumo physicians' -.m'oilier time Aftcro"crfiftv'carsof

be ?illg. When that source fails far made of an airship was by M. feet high It has a curved roof. and t-:- 'ntial in the treatment of di:-'as s of success,'hey are pronouncedthe
the tramps hive recourse to purchas- wonwn. l"t, if h 'Ip can b had. it is best and surest bv careful
Deutvh de Meurthe, who invited a along one side of it runs .1 walk six this ordcai than Itt
btttl'r0 submit to
ing from stores in Council Bluffs and number of his friends to bunt on his planters everywhereour
and a half feet In width pal with the disease grow and >pr>ad The trouble
dealer sells them. 1007!) Seed
Omaha e>tate. lie fl\ed a rendezvous and concrete. Being lined with white vitrified is that so olt.'n the woman und<'r?'#'s all
When a robbery or a holdup has said he would arrive there bv balloon brick and illuminated by electrk i j the annuv ance and shame for nothing. AanJ free on request.D. .
,
been committed In Omaha or Council The guots assembled at the appointed tv. the tunnel though without any skylights f ThonsandsSJ women who have been M "F.RR"(0 l'd,11o)I1ch.-

Bluffs raid li made on the tramps cured IJ' Dr. rVrccs Favorite Prescript -
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hour and saw a balloon: approachIng. is almost as lizbt: as day. \ 5O YEARS'
and the criminal is found by the wr"n in vr'.'ciation of the cure
police When it i"d: e v 'r the re:idezous - --- t EXPERIENCE
More usually the culprit if he \ it devprd"d t'1"n 1ami MDeuNch. Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer, which disk-itmpntS 4sX\h the examinations sI

has been staying In the camp, gets out attind in 1.nntn'] : lotnuiedis'nouutel Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf j I and local This ro...I.t other,
J,1.i..inl'! a "ntn Ind .1n f"t. r :
of town b.* ttye way of the "!Ide door TIle t..l'i0'\. in th.rs of your bl.K.il it impure, thin, .1i't'\"t..I, Rumen_a"l t".rit,. I-'rf''I-nr-tlon." Itj 1/1fi5fl! .)

Pullman" route before the officers can his encinecr" tk>Ti n-n--.leil amid hot or fUll of huiuurif, \ou hate bltxt! j jpi cures UeUlTttTn drains. imguianty and

get him. Last spring a son of the enthusu: M-o1angiti 'i.s' i':c)ii. tinier. carbuncle. -<>r.-$ female ,\" ;1..11" ':<0. It always hp1lr.1\

mayor of Guttenburg, Sweeten, was arrested Some time l.t"r v" rd time to the !-\'roful.i. i-czein.., :.l.... _. :.:.,t.- a.bumps .i ..':: .t ;1\\01. ;j" 'ttrirt'v: Tlon..hoJk. .

at the place. He was going hunting party that the airship! 'i""! re- :M,;i:>b\, pimply --kin. 't.. :" r' ", :\'.... non Mint, all its insn-d iinswing TRADE MARKS
catarrh rhennuti-tu r anW...,,I printed on tlfJttlWraIJI"'r'r: ,',m. DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
of Otto and hadbeen <' (>r
the Henry
under name onna5departure
turaeil safely to U paint of
kin .lt-ea-s take notjrin L'i.! **i I'.ilml twins no kl.-t..n'.!i- <.r hahn-("rn "12 &c.iv .
paroled from the Iowa prison by I II .>n 'wndtnu *!ketrh and drvm tl'in may
( lII, 1' :N>m all oies !r,'ti l, achy drugs; and t\, : ij,. .. WUKIIJH .tiv ,<>n free wh .,i.!r an ;
Governor Cummins.. Papers in his possession an.1 11 Lill't,,:. .'T'the "I.I i."li< made entering; into it- ci.mpt Mtioii 1, "'.,. fll'' I .r'" r .r. p :t..I l} p: tt'nt..t.lp...1 f .mOI.lra it '

proved absolutely that the man Saved Her Son's Life and :cii. I I'r. t'I: I (- nl..nviitof th >- : mart vtn ijI >'<.. _nn.hm" .H:in > ok.t 1'Httnls
pure r :: exifre--S [ > -",at. .;I". .r "Lt.' ,t scene 'J t 'e triune at.cut%
was of high standing In Sweden. or. The hap':'.,.* moth-.rll the Itt: !.. town ?1 per large I : liottle *-"t'n;' .. tree oy art- I I several -cllr>lof niednal pr.1.tlt.c..v.."<. ... ".
rather that his family was. They of,h.t.1": ,_ i-Mr: ., S lntwe. -"ht write: inc m.--.II aim Cnanu! to'L g, B. I i of these numerous and str'jnsi.'st of pro-

proved that Otto had served with Oiu' :, ir ;:?', my -or \\\00 lioin with B. i- especially advised for chronic, deepseated j I f:ional *n jorm ;nt> of its mgn-dii>nt-, SJ"n, rita 1e

Dewey in the battle! of Manila: .lyand ." 1 .. I ;" i" Inn:! trouble that our pli\- cases, ait cures after all el-e tail-: j will be found in a pamj>n'!<.t wra.-ix-d; A handsomely J. i.tilia .." si: w.., '" J. freest cir
C..lt: -sir "-a-unabie: : to help him: when, tnl around the bottle, also in a booklet: made f ,ion '.f any fTf t3 a
medal f(}r bravery on I ,
carried a our .11I1_i-f.. a.h'jet>. I I's-gin vtvmig bun) The following fish boats have com Jrt f on rel ir: f >nr m "iths,t."I' tit.t air.:.

occasion >a'. king New' PiMnixt-ri; and I -<>MI :no; port lately: on the 5th, Rebecca ];'Ifio 10. S. Y. Tht se lrofp.iulloi: to- MUNN & CO.361ISrOi."") 'k 'I York t
Marion Hedscpeth. one >f tie most mrtiretl impr.\"erut.'lIt. I kept this treatment dors..tu'ut- should hate far mon. w<
notorious train robbers and holdupmen up f,ir a few week* when he \\ a- p-T Alton with 7')47 pounds: Jennie P. I than any amount oj the onlmar ::tv, .jrI

In the west. was wund to have ffcthell He hi: worktMl :steadily, ..uwe ,.,,,,:, pounds; Wh John P. Ho&nian I I nou-profe:<<:-u iial t.timnlliLI-. kittaoua.:

been making 'iN boy quarters in the at carpenter work I'r Ki,a;'- New !1I1*' 1:":'.'* pound; 6th Sophie l.OJs !, The aunt int nist;**. r :ttm*'n now=;>-.iavs

.. Iledsipeth was arrested -'! n>\er3e l his life" < ,iitarantted! best i".i.\t on knowing what th.' '.,k.. a-ni ..!- AiD CURE THE lUrCS
camp rm' ; I po ;n'Is; Wh. Rebecca Felton ;5.=>17KIU ,
the bridge into cote;;: h ft'H i cold cur hTitnvi!IP Phar icine instead! of opening th '.r n. t. :Ke --- -
wine! crossing of macs and Banner: [>riisr Store: \. and :id->; 6th. Helen 5. and 1111":11.. m
Is wanted on a charge WITH
Omaha He M.&>. Trial bottle !fr.-e. ;X-.wjlort.; 3.0.0 pounds: Sth Helen y,. : w hit'\eris off*.rtl th m "raxort.' t'n Dr.King'sNew
safe In Council Bluff"
blowing a !
scnption'i- K\O\V: : coMi'o-ni It
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pounds: 9th Pilots Bride, 4f sS
The Pinkerton detectives make a : mik; weak women strong and >ici:
raid frequently and find ome notedgrook pounds: Uib: Newport ;,7u7 pounds ; "um.'n wdl. Discovery

or criminal who is re tins anJ ; CASTORIAFor I Il1rh. Blanche 1525; pounds: lyth, i Dr. l'i rct\ f..oicalIlvi.r i- -ent tree
on recoipt of stamps t> pav fijien-o .>f
hiding himself after committing a Infants and Children. Emily. 7.475: pounds; 10th, Rebecca ma.ihnllJlly.. Send to Dr }:. \ Pi..r.e, "ONSUVPTIOS: Price

crime. Feltcn 3.3'S1 pounds; 10th, Nellie Kuffalo. N. \.. 21 one-cent stamps for paper FOR OUGHS and SOc & $1.00
has been in existence for The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears -co>pred. w 31 stamps l.th-Loound. OLDS Free Trial.
The camp < John HHoffn .
(;ranihl pound llth If sick consult the Doctor free of ,'harg -

twenty years but in the last two years theSignature d .in, 5.511 pounds; a total of C'., by letter All such communu'ationa are Guaranteed for all THROAT and
so great as to be a menaceto // I held conndential
has become sacredly LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY
: tie week.-St. Petersburg
:72 pounds during -
both Omaha and Council Bluffs and of I Dr. Pierce s Pleasant Palletinirorat; < BACK
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: THE FLORIDA ,STAR \ FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1907 j


,' ; THE FLORIDA STAR able to cover the country so completely I I'V. I

\" ::. < A PELVIC DISEASE :
;: : .'t and destroy competition.The .. .... h',.. :.'. -":. .."-" ""'-''"' ]

Entered at the postoffiee Titusville.. government is pressing its suit Of. Which P ru1l4 Cured M In aVery
second-class mail matter.
\ strongly against the company. If it Short TwWASSAPPINOMY I It1

tW Kills B.Water, Editor!: and Publisher. fails to get information that is necessary LIFE. SCHOOL

i for its dismemberment there
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING
Y will be disappointment because the

... It must be clearly understood that neither feeling seems to be that it is time the I BOOKS -
I TIll STAK nor its editor is responsible for
opinions expressed by correspondents.' affairs of the great monopoly were

k &:. wound
up.
j s Once on a time there was a young AND SUPPLIES

man in New York named Miller who Plant Camphor Trees.
t Speaking of the camphor I I i
tree
i5 advertised that he would make profits 11
xrould especially urge all lovers of !
i t of 1,000 per cent. for his'customers. beautiful homes, to plant camphor i Wholesale and Retail j

The authorities caught him and put trees; and plant them plentifully either -

% ; him in the penitentiary at Sing Sing. for hedge or singly, for shade tree Mail Orders Promptly Filled N

Meanwhile the Standard Oil company They adapt themselves to nearly all

1.. was clearing 1,000 per cent and its soils and can be trimmed into any THE H. & W. B. DREW CO. t j

shape desIred. They are also ever-
; grand old man was leading in the
green and a vigorous grower.
JACKSONVILLE FLA.
1' congregational singing and giving
Let them take the place of the Tex

,l,' ". millions of dollars to the University as umbrella tree for it is a well known y ?4' f 1 v ...1", :" "'f:" """"' \w -""-- :-"' LAjuJl&J&JJ-Hi vy ** '* *-**,.....:,yTii.*.;
$ \ of Chicago. fact that these trees are harboriags of

the worst type of white fly, which is

t : People who have no direct interest in our midst and promises to remain, '
as it has in other sections. A serious .
in the tariff so far as they knowdon't
SUPPLIES
problem is to solve and subdue it LAUNCH
\ read articles the
P 't'. care to on against one of our leading industries,
IiRS.SONllllt CALDWt3A, y ./'f
tariff but those whose interests are the citrus trees.

t affected by it take a very lively in- So let us do away with the umbrellaand MRS. SOPHIA CALDWELL, 113 (

Good China tree and substitute for it St., Nashville, Tenn.,
. terest in the subject. protectionists II II I
the comphor tree of commence whichis i writes: I
,
t often become tariff reformers
,
/ :: \ ter doctoring for a year and find-
free from disease and pest and is !
:.'j-.' promptly when pinched by tariff ing no relief from leucorrhea resulting; f
very and is tree to feel I
an evergreen a s r ;
from and which
prolapsus uteri, was
i t.J.: ; barons. That is the way with some proud of, with its bright glossy leaves sapping my life forces away, I finally I

.' newspaper publishers. The newspaper and for its present and future useful- tried Pernna, and when I found that itwas

4 i d. r ,. publishers at their meeting last ness. helping me every day, It seemed I
I .. Anyone interested will only have togo almost too good to be true.
: < week in New York passed a resolution -
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i- to the Chilton old home on Ball "But, it not only helped me, It cured
f;; .'; in favor of removing the tariff me and In a very short time.
street and look at one of the pretties "I am now enjoying the bestof health.

r .... on paper. Even hide-bound protec- specimens, planted sixteen years ago, "I am strong and free from pain, and

1 ""..'" tionists, such as the New York Trib- and be convinced. B. F. CHILTOX 1 certainly feel that all praise and honorare

: .. une and the New York Press, voted In New Smyrna Breeze.Improvements due to Peruna."
Thousands of women will read the
for it.
; at Sea Breeze testimonial of firs Caldwell as above
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;E. ". U Too Much Credit Given The extensive improvements at Sea given.Thousands of them will be induced to Monarch Carburettor Monarch Check Valve
breeze will include an immense ostrich
f try the remedy that saved her. Prtte Price
At a recent meeting of the retail farm which will in
surpass any now
Thousands of them will have the 3-4 inch, $10.00 3-4 inch, $1.50
r. 'J grocers of Savannah it was decided Florida, if the plans are fully carried same experience she had. 1 11.00 1 2.00

;f to advance the prices of some of the out We are informed by those wno Peruna is the remedy such women 11-4 12.00 11-4 2.50
... intimately connected with the need. Peruna comes like a boon to suffering -
are
)-. goods which they sell. womankind.Mrs. We have a nice line of Gas Engine Supplies. Write us
+ Sonntag Investment Company that between !
J f \! The reason given was that there is fifty and seventy-five thousand .John IIopp, Webster .\ve.Glen. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANYIf
dale,L. I.,N. Y., has also been relievedof
; I no profit in the business. They were
f dollars has been deposited for the purpose
pelvic catarrh by Peruna.
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:.. considerate enough, however to of transforming the northern part
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4 : ., agree to make the proposed advances of City Beautiful into a paradise of ______ _______ n______
beauty, and not only for pleasureable
tf; I periodically. Prisoners Plot Frustrated.
.. Of course every one who knows amusements, but will prove a profitable you want sweet musicin
:arrangement as well. Mr. Booth I Sheriff Freeman this week, nipped in
much about trade knows that the retail -
who; is engaged to take charge of the the bud a desperate plan of escape concocted -

;. prices of many articles are fixed animals in the prospective menasarie.: I by the sixteen prisoners in the

by the manufacturers, and that there has been and will buy Florida exhibits I up-stairs cells of the county jail in Arcadia home

is only a very small margin of profit I and it promises to be particular The plan was laid by Jno. C. your buy a

r, 'left for the retailer. Instructive feature for those not conversant Farrin and I. E. Cooper. A negro woman -

with the southern specimens who regularly visited her husbandin
There is, however, a good margin
r TL3) club house is in the process of jail was their chief outside confederate -

in certain staple articles, like tea and construction, and ere long everything She carried in to the prisoners a

f coffee. One very serious reason for wil' present an attractive appearance. knife and a bludgeon apiece, which art- FARRAND

; ( high prices, however, is the credit Dajtona Halifax Journal.Not icles she concealed beneath her dress

k and delivery system. and the prisoners in turn hid in their ORGANS
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Pining Away.It bed1- She also took them a bottle of
.t Too much credit is given, and
t appears now that Cooper, the muriatic acid to be used in softeningthe
I j there is too much expense in dehvery. murderer, who was reported wasting; steel bars to admit of sawing. The

i The person who pays cash and away Is waxing fat, according to the sheriff suspected that some deviltry wa t
1 1r
'? carries home his purchases in a basket Tampa Evening News which comments going on and so he kept watch On e r

t is the sufferer. as follows on his condition: Sunday night, he thought it time to act

;' The public is asured bj Sheriff Freeman and so when the woman was leadingh
If storekeepers would differentiate
of DeSoto county, that murderer husband's cell the sheriff took her \
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.: between cash purchasers, and credit
I' Cooper is not rapidly wasting away, as to a private room and had her thor- i '
'"4' ... i purchasers, and favor the man who has been stated, but that he is enjoying oughly searched with the result that he \ _

r I 1 "pays on the nail" and carries home excellent health waxing fat on found letters on her written by Farnn. I'

;' ; what he buys, there would be done a {five years of prison. fare and so alert one of which was an order for four s- tI

:'; very much larger cash business. that he recently plotted to effect a inch saws for which he enclosed $2. >0.

; : daring jail delivery, whereby he ani \nother letter was to hi* }brother asking -

t.. ; tome of his fellow prisoners expect him to send money at a certain I/
:t Earnings of The Standard vacation tour. certain This
t'd to enjoy a tune to a address wa. I LMUhi'
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i The public knew of course that Cooper is doubtless very well satiseJ suflkient for our wide-awake hentt: f .

,i i the earnings of the Standard Oil company with his lot. As> a baffler of jus. and on Monday: morning he searched t 1 I ''r ref

::ce. he holds the Florida record As the cells] of the prisoners and found l the
.1 were enormous because the -
;; homeless and helpless vagabond (so wtapoiii which they had provided t.>r ** M--"= rpJllvMK
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amount
; were published
described b> some otter-sy mpathetc! their c-capc Each CDC admitted the '

't, :t but the investigation that is now being persons) he succeeded in enlisting conspiracy but denied that he himself //iTi :

: ; made with the view to its dismemberment mo e powerful influence and more of had anything to do with it, Cooper waep'Cially I f

; .",- If shows* that its net i itt:al protection that any prisoner vehement in prote;tm3 ln- v- / _

,\io ever occupied a eel*, in this state. innocence, but Farnn and the ether -_ _, -
far than the -z---/
I earnings were greater : -
The case cf Cooper is and has long prisoners told him that he was a -

I j I' dividends. indicated. In eight :years 1. een: a mystery in Florida-not soar liar and a ring leader in the \\'h..l has

: its net earnings amounted to practically :: as his crime and his conviction are ine-s.-I'unta Gonla Herald

x' half a billion dollars. And the concern e.), but in the hidden alliance- --- I

_.1 t most of this money went into the which have warktd in bia behalf, prc Letter to John R. Walker I A AND

t pockets of a few men, and they haveN venting; time and time gain the execution Titu ville, FlaDtar I RM
r : of the plain and unrevokkd penalty .
: used it to get a controlling influence +: ir gay milk is worth sa '!mart
I pronounced b> the law. IVrhaps lfl3wat T 4tilM,M at so--, the iiiuk. iu it
If.... in other great corporations. It is un fetches Uc. A qua rt.
some day the mystery will be cleared
If .
known, of course, where all of their When it is, it will make the greates! If 2-3 12 water water, :l1k-: c.IfV4 .

wealth is invested, but their mflu newspaper 'storv" of a decade' water 32c.That's .
rather tow=stiff for milk; but watered
'1 ence .is felt in many directions. ------ paint is sold in all thoM proportion
.. Weekly Weather Ke|>ort.Jl Pure paint (IVvt*) is sul.1 for$1.1: a.tll"n. M! For sale
It seems that the net of by the
earnings PITER, FtV, s,1't. 2. 1<*)7. Paint" at that price iD.II 1 whitewashfttcht
the last '"> $J W a 2-illon for the paint i-art of it
parent were
company year
'tJi Comparative statement of temperatures Paint } whitewash fetches ?3;jol i gallon!
J.... $83,000,000 and it paid out in divi- and rainfall. for the week ending Tuesday. for the i>aiut in itPaint" INDIAN RIVER
19u7 1'1NDVTE. > 3-4 whitewash fitchcs7w a gallon
dends only about $ OOOOOOO. That :\I \\. :MIN :\I \\. :MIN for the actual paint it contain-..
Sept H '\;3 71 "" 7 7;> ,\ud people are pavinz all these prices for
being the if it should have to .
case M 19. yi i3 .; Mt .
paint, when they buy auulteraUpaints. MUSIC HOUSE
pay the fine imposed by Judge Lan- *'. ''o. Hrt ti.Q SH 74 There are" -! I\>such: only 8 pure paints: only ,
.. 21. '*> 73 s-> TV one Dt\t'e.
I dis, which was a little more than $29 2l..j 71 s7 77 Yours tmlI \.
-23. M> 71 M 73 .' TITUSVILLE
F. \V lJEYOE & co.P. FLA.
000,000 it wouldn't be seriously hurt. "
24 9\1 73 -Q r-
S. Jas. Pritchard A. S'n !sell our paint.
Total rainfall for the week 4.47 inchts.
It seems that the parent company -------- --
Departure rainfall for the week plus 253
owns nearly all of the stock of nine- inches: OASTORA.B..tIe .
Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus! lilt KfH; Ira Have UayS tJOSfll
.. teen subsidiary companies. It is by 13.7j; inches.!
H. P. IURDIN. 8; 14.,1-# .
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ble the further he went until when WRONG MAN AGAIN

OF NEWS nearing the residence of Mr. Jake Ge-

rig the lines parted and the team ran Negro Captured at Iceland Not the Marine It

. 'I FAIR FLORIDA headlong down, the road.lr. Duval Genuine McFadden.It .- t 11

y:r.. jumped out with his boy and was is now believed that the negro : 1

'lIfit,Ifct is thrown down and severely bruised. captured in Lakeland a few days ago. Engines ,
Done
Being Towards the Development -
The wheels of the carriage ran over
supposed to be Will McFadden, is not O 1r4

V} ;: r of the Peninsula the boy's legs, breaking one of them the right man. This morning notice A A : j

z-:; The entire community will be pained I above the knee and terribly bruising was received by the authorities of additional ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT. :

- ;the other.-ocala Star. the The
reward for
<. to know that Rev. Father Friend has negro. ED FOR SATISFACTORY r I J
t authorities of Brevard county have ,
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been transferred to the parish at Miami I With a 6-foot rattlesnake trailing USE m FLORIDA WATERS i iN
also offered a reward of $500, as was
-Key West Citizen. behind his auto buggy Mr. S. H. Gove

attracted no little attention as he noted some time ago and now comes
pass-
Its foundation loosened presumablyby ed up Beach street and Volusla avenue the East Coast Railway with an additional Regal 1 Marine Engines> :
recent rains, a 'large overhead water I
to his home Sunday afternoon. Mr. reward of |500, making $IOM
'tank fell Mrs. Stand for the highest type of
upon Sarah A. Clarkat .
and Mrs. Gove had been riding on tht for the capture of the brute dead or mechanical skill and reliability 'ii

her home in Port Tampa City peninsula and while coming along the alive. It is also likely that the state They are four cycle, jump ..it

Thursday, breaking her neck and causIng spark ignition automobile > .
will add to the reward fund.
new road to the Port Orange bridge mechanical valves float d if
& almost' instant death.-Tampa the monster was discovered in a coil The fact that many towns and communities carburetor enclosed crank case *
r Tribune. steam forged crank shaft and
with head up and tongue darting oat. are getting up subscriptionswhich bronzed bearings. Have the ,

Gov. N. B. Broward has formally ac- Alighting from the buggy Mr. Cove will be added to the reward fewest number of working parts t

: cepted the invitation extended him consistent with a perfect operating f
; by made a center shot with fund, demonstrates the fact that the v
a monkey motor and .
: the board of directors of Dixieland wrench and broke the rattler's neck. entire state is wrought up over the exclusive features many found other"I only in the Regal ,;

; park to open the Florida Mid-Winter affair. Officers are scouring the woodsall !
.. The snake had
shedded its THEY
3. just and ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT'
International Exposition, to be held on rattles had over the state for McFadden, andit 'j
back.
not The skID
f ,. grown Made in three types, I J, 3 And 5 H. I
the P. single crlindtr'w% to i
big amusement 13 H. ;
.. resort grounds Is now drying in his back )'ard.-Dar' is yet believed that he will be ulti- P. double cylinder?,30 H. P. four cylinder

Times-Union. mately captured. The work of getting '< I1
tona Halifax Journal. We also manufacture a line of heavy speed working
Three weeks from today Rollins Col- up a fund in this city will be taken from 6 H.P.single cylinder to 45 H. P. four cylinder. engines i
The council j
city met last night to
lege will open for the twenty-third up by Captain Riggs, of the police The many hundreds of Regal engines now in operation! throu h- .,
hear the charges against Polieman H. department he stated this out the country are a guarantee of the satisfaction i
. year. This is the oldest college in having they are giving. ;

.. Florida and the prospects for this year L. Torrian and to give Mr. Totrlan a morning that le would do so. The ef- Get in flu t
a
fair trial. Some eight of ten witnesses Regal BegiDDiDg Don't Experiment i :
are very bright. With a good college ficers are still of the belief that Mc ,

and the beautiful surroundings at Winter were examined and after hearingall Fadden is being shielded by some of Handsome explanatory catalogue mailed free on request
of the evidene the council voted
Park, the students are naturally his colored friends, and it may be that Regal Gasoline Engine Co.
that Mr. Torrian be discharged. The {
drawn to Rollins from all quarters.- the reward being quite large, the negro ,
': council is going to have a police force Cold Water, Michigan 't
;:-: Orlando Reporter Star. will in the near future be turned
that will be a credit to the city and
-" A large crowd of laborers over to the authorities by persons .
.... bound for will not let up until it obtains the
looking for what is in it.
the extension
works arrived here Saturday

The police is under-
same. department
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Should McFadden be captured ha
night and were sent out on the II
.;. paid. The policemen receive $50 per 1
will certainly be given the full extentof I
south bound train
yesterday morning. month and the council cannot the -- -
get
. Now that the law, as his crime was one of the
the cool weather
is approaching best men for this price, and an effort most horrible ever committed in the Breaking It Gently. TIME IS MONEY 'I'I'I

the men will come in large numbers will be made to increase the pay to "How much coal Is there, Susan?
Times.
. but owing to the limited time al- $65 per month and get and keep reliable state.-Tampa How long Trill it last?" :

.., : lowed them in the city, they attract responsible men of mature years Tampa's Cigar Business. "Well ma'am. It will last quite .1 ;

but,little notice on their way down. awhile If you don't hare any fires." .. :
k, Miami Record. A stalwart man of 35 or' 40 years of That Tampa continues to maintainher Then there Isn't much loftr 1'i

age, insulted one of Ocala's young ladies lead in the shipment of cigars this "There ten't: any left ma'an.** .i '
Four monster anchors weighing ".
one
yesterday afternoon near the S. year over those for last year Is shown

_ five tons one four tons and two three A. L. depot. She reported the offenceto by.the report for the week ending September There is more catarrh in this section of the 1

tons each arrived here last night by country than all other diseases put together,
7. Up to and including that
her father who notified of her
few
a I ibe
and until the last few years was supposed to I
freight consigned to the governmentnaval "r
week the gain over the same period of
friends who in turn had the 1
young incurable. For a great many years doctors F
station at Key West. The anchors last is Full follows I'
13,820,000. report
the last night and year and
lady identify man pronounced it a local disease, prescribed
, are to be used for mooring buoys
he was taken in charge by the irate : local remedies and by constantly failing to i

....I They will be taken down by the steamer father, who administered a severe Shipments for the week. 5,390,000 cure with local treatment pronounced it in-

.Miami on her next trip. They are beating to the wretch, after which he I I Previously reported . 184.173.000 curable. Science has proven catarrh to be a I

the largest anchors ever seen here.- Total since Jan. 1 . ..189.565.993Same constitutional disease,and therefore requires ,
was told to vacate the city limits and ; This is just as true in regard to Sewing
I I Miami Metropolis. constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure,!
not show his face in the city again, Machines as anything else.
When county court is called to or- period last ...174,745,000 manufactured by F.J. Cheney& Co.,Toledo
o' which injunction was emphasized by year By using Long Shuttle}Machines no matter
Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the
how well made,you are actually throwingaway
- der the second Monday in October.
half dozen young men with gads that ,S30.000 market It is taken internally in doses from 3 hours out of every seven.
there to be of Increase for .. ..
promises quite an array period a
made him take a pace past the S. A. 10 drops to a tex-poonful. It acts directly on THE STANDARD ROTARY SHUTTLE

alleged "blind tigers" to answer to L. coal shute north, only touching the the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. SEWING MACHINE

charges preferred against them. The he Ocala Star. Comparison With Key West. Theyoffer one hundred dollars for any case
high places as went- Will make 330 stitches in the same time Long
law passed by the recent legislature In comparison with the shipmentsand it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testi- Shuttle Machines make only 200.

giving the informant fifty dollars for Dr. Jno. Van Valzah and Marshal gain of Key West the Tampa ship- monials. Address F.J. CHENEY& CO, The Standard Rotary Principal is most sci-

evidence to convict is now getting to Vilsox took a day's vacation and went ments are even more marked. Key jySold by druggists, 75c. Toledo, 0. 1.1'entincally 25 years correct successful, which use fact in has all been parts proven of the

.be generally known, and as a result up the peninsula on a bear hunt. Jno West's report for the same period follows Hall's Family Pills are the bestSay.MaIfIllTewilllbea3btearooseasyou world and by our competitors continuously-
trying to it without success. THE
; copy
Roberts having previously gone on
evidence is not nearly so hard to secure : STANDARD GRAND ROTARY THE

.-Kissimmee Valley Gazette. with his pack of hounds. The bear Shipments for the week .. 1,315,000 URLD'S BEST SEWING MACHINE is two

was very much In evidence and killed Previously reported . .46,800,000 machines in one-Lot k and Chain Stitch-
Arrested September o on a charge ot Ball Bearing SUnd-Straigbt Automatic Lift. r
two dogs and wounded a few others. Do not fail to investigate the merits of the

wife beating, Patrolman E. E. Johnsonwas Several shots were fired but not being Total since Jan. 1IS.1l5.000 Fastest,Most Silent, Easiest Running and the-
discharged In Police Court this most durable Sewmz Machine made THE:
I near enough had no effect. The bear Same period last year .47,360,000 STANDARDROTARY. "Ademonatrationii

'" morning, after evidence from seven .came out of the scrub with a dog In a revelation." Write for prices and Easy Payment -
these witnesses Plan. Guaranteed Machine
witnesses. Some of Sewing
his arms and looked crosseyed at the Increase for period ... 755,000 f 12,00
up.
. testified that Mrs. Johnson had shown party and you can imagine the rest. The Standard Sewing: Machine Co., '

them bruises, but all agreed that the It is our private opinion each felt tnat Had Tetter for Thirty Years Yes my child. it you don, use &>S. Broad St., Atlanta. Ga. i

bruises might have been inflicted by "distance lends enchantment," but we I have suffered with totter for thirty MAGIC WHITE SOAP.Rub The Standard Sewing Machine .

; another than Mr. Jonnson. Not a witness snail speak this softly. Robert Raw years> and have tried almost countless Magic on soiled pans, leave them In is sold by the Indian River ;
that Johnson struck remedies with little,jf any, relief. Three .&terouehour. No boiling:no washboard;*; Music House Titusville I 'I 1
- was positive lings and Mr. Williamson of Daytona boxes or Chamberlain's Sahe cured me. no backache. If TOO use MAGIC WHITE ,

,. his wife, while some were positive that were of the party.-Daj tona Halifax lt38[ a torture. It breaks out a little SOAP. Will iron easy as magic:has no rosin
like in yellow soap. Get your grocer to orderor
C he held her because she grabbed his sometimes but nothing to what it used to send us $4,CO for 1 box of 100 5c. cakes. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET :
pistol trom its holster and attempted The planing mill and the dry kiln of ,lo.-I>. II. Beach, Midland City Ala We pay fur freight. Save the wrappers.

the big E. P. Rentz lumber mills at Chaml>erlain's salve is for sale by Titus- MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld
;., to kill him with it-Tampa Evening yule! Pharmacy and Banner Drag:::tore. G. F.DUREN,Agent,
Silver Springs were completely destroyed New Orleans, La.
_ Journal. ..
by fire about 3 o'clock Saturday Long Staple Cotton in Clay County --
f Mr. W. W. Bateman was in Bartow Florida and
_
morning. Mr. Rentz received a .
on Wednesday and received a substantial Some years back the growing of long 0. A. STEWART -
::. from the mill about I
phone message staple cotton in Clay county was an industry -
payment for an option on four hun I \
f'
left for the I WesternMeats
that time and immediatel : : '
f r of phosphate land laying of considerable importance ,..
; dred acres FIRE
sawmill threat
The 'big
scene. was of the farmers of the county raised -
, miles northeast of Wauchula many
three
I )
ened several times but by the heroic :
bale two of cotton their :
There is little doubt but the deal wli a or on t
,; efforts of the employes and others It Insurance !
farms but of late cotton culture
be speedily consumated. for the parties : years

negotiating for the land are thoroughly was saved, although slightly damaged has been almost entirely abandoned of all Kinds
his loss at abou
estimates
' familiar with it and the amount paid Mr. Rentz and the gin ue.l to gin the cotton ceased TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI I
twenty thousand dollars, with about
for an option is much greater tha operation. What little is raised TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
thousand dollars
f" usual In phosphate deals. As the land thirteen or fourteen here now is carried to Starke to te represent some of the leading l

r'.,' has already been thoroughly prospected insurance, and his friends are congratulating ginned. and this is such a long haul companies of the world and any

by those interested in the deal ther! him heartily over the fact that that few farmers venture Into cotton business entrusted to me will receive 1[Spend a Pleasant I ',
the entire mill was not wiped out by andcareful attention
In this culture. It is likely that the low mat prompt alf
of disappointment
is no danger dour t
; the flames.-Ocala Banner. .
Ket price stopped the cultivation 01 -- -- --
r
line.-Florida Ad>ocate. .t
Actual work on the building of the tne fleecy staple in this county some
.:.J.. Col. S. C. Bojleston; the popular assistant BOBBINS
general passenger agent of the "sand'ami-oil" combination real started years ago but conditions are different

t yesterday morning. under the direc now and where twenty cent cotton
t Seaboard who is in the city today GRAHAM
that will Lion of Mr. L. D. DeCamp, the California cotton was the rule a few years ago .
makes announcement ""
: an engineer put in charge of the work. forty; cent cotton is likely to be a pro- co. i
the public of
highly pleasing to .
', prove The grading for this test has been auct of the near future. Mr. \V. J.
Tampa and St. Petersburg, and particularly (Incorporated Paid up Capital! ;-15.000.10
(= to the tourists who visit this completed for some little tim, but Han is> making preparations to put faa

: seciton each winter. Col. Boylstoa' owing to inability to secure oil of the I gin at \Valkill with a view to encouraging This coiiipanv ow n" landsin

!necessary quality, the beginning of the the farmers to cultivate cotton the Indian Hirer Court- looking .TOT tt. HENRY BOSCH COMo
announcement is to the effect that the try. the >t, Lnc.e River PANT" WALL PAPER eampI.e ct yew
for several and this move should guarantee thv on ,
test has been delayed
magnificent steamer Favorite, operated at New River, and on Biscayne ewe home- ttiDC comfortably la jour
weeks. On Wednesday, however, the planting of a large acreage next year CM;chafe I Ton can make better MtoetioB I
last winter by the Tamap Day I\y. that w7 than by raasmeklcc the ..toreroYe.
oil arrived, and work was begun He does not expect the gin to do mucl ..., .
Company, will again bo I ... th. "01. lm -U> very totvetdericns
Transportation andSt. promptly yesterday morning. It h this year but he expects it to encourage PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES -U>. loveliest tmU and richest
placed on the run bptween Tampa color effect loclwJin imported p ttera& '!
cotton in the
the farmers to
estimated that it will rewire about ten grog
October 15 and from Fnr.thmacoo4 IB w3 piper in the
Petersburg on Send fur hit.TITUSVILLE
days to build one mile of road so far future. Cotton is one of the best and Bench bo*. 4 f
will be done
then on a heavy business as the surfacing Is concerned, and surest money crops that can be raised GrIVE'AT It'* .eonony. tov-yra. get tt. lowest
the w inter.-Tampa EvenIng New Tat-Q ica&v prtcni
throughout within two weeks, at the most Florida and several thousand bales should be ISED MIAMI. call with Bosch Sample
- I '.y hour you oaae. Luok
News.
should have a sand-an l-oil road, and produced In Clay county each year them ear t.e yvir h_-t'.eon \
afternoon Mr. and Mrs about the staple. !: tert-not th lewt ob'lgation: tohey.
Yesterday thereof then be definitely There Is no question
the value can HANDY MOTH PAPERA I Jt"1 our WIT of adverU -
S. S. Duval and their nine-j ear-old son ascertained from actual tests. growing here that has long ago been I W6s back Wall Payees t

of Summerfield, who came upon Co. Times.
Charlie, demonstrated.-Clay
Times-Union. moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed
the train hired a livery team and under carpets or in the fulda of fur and cluth- I V. W. ELDRED

started through the countr; CASTO %A.. OAATORSafL. ing it drives away moths and worry Twelve

'. on driver their and way home. Soon after leaving San the lie tort Vrc Have Alws llant Bess the A lie Kird Yn Rare tiros Boll bn sheets packets in a packet Ocentaifdru.gitdoesn'thaveitMadigan carnage prepaid 10 cents. I The Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator


the cut square up and one soon of became the torses unmanuP.f began; to.- I spature 01 Gr Lt..r./ Srr..ture cf 4 fowler Clarkecvllle.\\'orkledloD. 816 I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAf I'




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' "' .. :: ; 6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 1907. _" I It

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t: V: crt 2' THE[ LUSITANIA'S' TRIP It; severely word and.asked pointing, "What's out thlsr an obscure I- I BEST FOP THEBOWELS MISCELLANEOUS Women as Well as Men .


explained and then he crossed the offending I Are Made Miserable by I

word out and wrote It afresh. I

"Are you really the press censor?' I Grand Army In Line. Kidney Trouble. ,

.Iii i Life Aboard Cunard Liner on HerMaiden asked. If you htTen't a regular,tiealtbr moTem nt of the The forty-first national encampmentof
: Drawing-bimself dramatically up to powei.every day,,.oa'"111 or will be. Keep yonrjoweU the Grand Army of the Republicwas .'
sod be well. Force in the shape of
,
:, t' Voyage. his full height of five feet and one Inch vtoleotphysitorpillpoiaoni.dangerous.open The hel.l at Saratoga X. Y_ and aboutO.OOO Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis-

the purser replied, "I am." smoothest easiest, moat perfect way of keeping veterans Marched or limped Inline courages and lessens ambition: beauty vigor
t.p the bowels clear and clean Is to take and cheerfulness soon
-
The next day. Tuesday, one of the CANDYCATHARTIC in a driving rain. Governor Hughes ;c.) I. disappear when the kid-

I WIRELESS MAN KEPT BUSY. correspondents on board gave the press made the address welcome and reviewed -\L. neys are out of order

trp censor a severe shock by suddenly an- the parade. Charles G. Barton /'?#= *or diseased.

Ji w ,"""... nouncing that he was going to send a of Nevada Mo. was elected commander =1' Kidney trouble has

-it' Passenger Sent and Received 1,000 message to his paper In code. When in chief. The next encampment Ito .. k become so prevalent

;J "j;' Words. by Marconi System 'Daily. the message was banded in the parser be held at Toledo, O. \ ffi fi that it is not uncommon
.
?( ./ Ladies Dined In Gorgeous Toilets examined: It very carefully and $125 a Week For Aged. ". t OJ for a child to be born kid-
afflicted with weak
ti 't:, ;; Escorted by Men In Evening Dress. pounced on the words "We tank." The British trades union conj: ess \! \&i1Fr'e, >'sIf the chili urin-

it When the steamship Lusitania, the 'Suffering Samuel Johnson he yell- has adopted a resolution demanding a I ja-4/- ates too often, if the

h. Canard lines turbine giantess hover ed. "What's this cryptic sentence EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY state peuswa; of S1.23 a week for every urine scalds the flesh or if, when the chit;

mean?" Pleasant. Palatable. Pot'tllt Taste Good Do body over sixty years of a?e. The reaches an age when it should be able to )
up her anchor and steamed out of Good Fever Sit Yen.Weaken or Gripe; 10.2J and congress also opposed the compulsory ;; control the passage it is yet afflicted with I
I The correspondent explained that it 10 cents box. Wrte for free sample,and book-
Queenstown harbor shortly after noon per of
4 bed-wetting, depend it, the cause f
I et on health. Address 433 arbitration of industrial di putes. i iPrescent upon
i\\ 4. on Sunday, Sept. 8, all hands fondly was one of his own code words meanIng Sterling Remedy Company, Chkago or New York. the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first j
\ 1 r, hoped we were beginning a record that the Lnsitania was going aheadat ; Commutes Sentence. step should be towards the treatment of f

< ;.I breaking voyage across the Atlantic, high speed. The word "full" after KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEANbut The president has commuted the these important organs. This unpleasant f

: ",, ,ays a New York Times representative tank." he !said would mean that she prison sentence of James L. Bradfordof trouble is due to a diseased condition of the

"" "- :_ who was aboard the Lusitanla. Theat. was going at her top speed of twenty- New Orleans convicted in 1905; of kidneys and bladder and not to.: a habit as

h-e knots. conspiracy to steal public land, the most people suppose.
Lucania bad left half an hour before there was a general though unreasonable
Women as well as men are made mis-
n* and was completely lost in the fog i The weakest part of the great liner feeling of disappointment ground fins that of old are: and erable with kidney and bladder trouble,

when we got outside the harbor. '.js the Cun.ird Dally Bulletin which that the steamer was not driven a little physical! Infirmities, as urged by Sena- and both need the same great remedy

.::s so feeble that the printer used to tON -Enery and "():< ter. Bradfordwas i
Looking around on the crowded more to beat the German steamer's The mild and the immediate effect of |

fl" decks lore and aft. it was easy to realize .,-.. t() sloop s'tin'It up. It struck the records. sentenced to two Y:1rs. Imprisonment Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold !.

.... that we were on the largest ship crowd c f newspaper men on board that I and to pay a fine of $;;.;1111. His by druggists; in fifty-

t.,:' in the world with a floating population ;it wo:,M LH* a kindness to the purser I Tooth In a Potato. nt1'et'i1l now be cut to Oct. _0. cent and one dollar.

I :; of 3,000 including the crew men and ::ho was editor as well as press cenT I Isaac Ilildebrand of Mount Etna 1907, on condition that the fine l>e paid. : sizes. You may have a{ ; :

:'\:; '< if k the labor off his hands Books Wanted. I sample bottle by mail i
women gathered from all parts of : we t *> Huntington county, Ind. grew a potato Southern Railway free also tellH ting
pamphlet of S..Boo&
< Europe, all bound for the land of there :ind might out a real live paper filled this year that contains a human I The North Carolina rate ease came:: all about it, including many of the

if; $ west. with the little incidents and romances tooth says a Peru (Ind.) dispatch to'' ap before: a master appointed by Judge thousands of testimonial letters received

4 ,t.,:, S The steamer was under command of hat were happening every minute the Indianapolis News. The potato' rltchanl nt Washington, and counsel from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. KHmer

k Captain J. B. Watt and the engines around U!'. When the proposition was patch was formerly an Indian burying for the state demanded that the Southern & Co. Binghamton. N. Y., be sure and

3- .: .'. tJ:. were In charge of Alexander Duncan put to him Mr. Lancaster stepped back ground and from it have been taken turn Its books over to experts employed mention this paper.

i;' : a Scotsman of the old fashioned Clyde at least four feet with alarm depicted many skulls and bones. When Mr. by the state to determine Don't make any mistake but rememberthe ,

bred type who are all brought up toII' on his cherub-like countenance and Illdebrand dug hIs potatoes recentlyhe whether the railroad had paid money name Swamp-root. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- :

f believe that words are not necessary said: found one from which protruded a for lobbying:, to subsidize newspapersand Root and the address, Bingbamptun, N. \:., >
i on bottle.MARRY .
U for engineers; that it Is action that "Oh no: One would never know human tooth. The freak is on exhibition for other Improper purposes. General every _

.?:.r \. tells. W. J. Luke the designer of the what would happen to one if one allowed in a store window at Mount Etna. 1 Counsel Thom of the Southern objected -

: .Lositanla, was on board in company ones work to be taken out of to this plan which, he said, SWITCH AND ALL.

I'? T 1)e) with E. II. Cunard one of the directs one's bands would one*;" was proposed to gratify a lot of politicians .
At the Raw Box.
:. ? on of the line whose famous motto "We thought that it was possible Here comes the oyster! AH hail to the but said he was willing to Bridegroom Not Foiled by Bashful

4 used to be "We never lost a life." "one would not," Judging by the re- oyster have the books;:: brought Into court and Story Told Him Close to Altar. tAt

I c fj-'f' With the foghorn blowing at three marks the owner of the amateur code The Chesapeake oyster, beyond all com- examined In the usual course of the Kingston a wedding was almost

'-j minute Intervals the liner picked her made daily about the censor. pare! hearing. Judge Montgomery, the master spoiled recently by the desire of a
Three cheers for the oyster, the beautiful
*. p way cautiously out into the Atlantic By noon on Tuesday we had made a oyster. Intimated that he would agree young woman to keep nothing back

, In the wake of the Lucania. At 3 run of 575 miles, 1,121 miles from That gem of our waters rich luscious with Thom, but reserved his deci from her lover, says a Washington (0.)

: told that she felt and rare! sion. Congressman! Woodward, who special dispatch to the << 'If>eland! Plain
,Jf p. m. we,were was twenty Queenstown. and all on board hap-
We'll fry him and stew him we'll
; pay represented the state, charged openly Dealer. The time was: set for the
miles ahead of us. py with the idea that the British flag: tribute to him;

. :: The passengers in the first cabin did would once more fly in the van and the September releases him under the law. that former Democratic State Chair wedding and the young woman said

.: not appear to be a very.lITely lot the colors of the famous Deutschland AU ball to the oyster, the marvelous oyster man Pou tbe law partner of United to her Intended: "John. I desire to be

i: w States Senator Simmons had received frank with you and tell you all beforewe
fog seeming to fill them with gloom. would be hauled down. Alas It was ,
JL Jewel when he's oooked and a dream
\ ,. The fact that we had to Blow down directly not to be! That night we had a rough when he". raw! y35$$) from the Southern for lobbyingin get married eo that you cannot
wind Baltimore Sun.If the last It'gislature.Chamberlaia's blame me for keeping anything:: back.
after starting was looked upon sea and a strong north-northeast

t as a bad omen by some of the croak- which whistled around the promenadedeck it's a Reputation I have"something to tell you but I

!!; t ers. One tall Scotchman who still but did not rock the ship a little : Cough Remedy One of hate to"What.
: von are after White's Cream Vermifnse: Is It. Mary r
.wore his kilts and had a voice that
of bitThe has a world wide reputation as the i>ebt the Best on the MarketFor "Oh, I can't tell! I hate to tell you."
suggested a steady diet porridge pools were auctioned off each
all and for
of worm destroyers, its tonic
this time the to be
Chamberlain's Cough By groom was
} ; and haggis said to me: night in the smoking room which influence on weak and nnthrifty children manvt'3r
has in favor
Remedy constantly gained becoming greatly worried and be Imagined
"Hoot mon. It's a raw nicht the seemed to arouse some of the men on It improves their digestion and assimilation -
and popularity until it i is 110one of the there awful for
was something
; coo, I'm thinking. I wish I could see board from their lethargy in the hopeof of their food strengthens their nervous medicines in and has an
most staple use
him to I learn that make It

might necessary
"
and them health
my bonny balms again. winning money from their reUowass.engt'l'S. system restores to normon* sale. It is intended specially
When the fog lifted in the night the The highest pool was$1,0t0 and rigor natural to a child. If you wanta for acute throat and lung disease, such as for the engagement to Le
t
liner was put at full speed and bowled and was won by a man who healthy, happy child get a bottle ofWhitf"s cough*. colds and cronp. and can always : broken off.
Cream Vermifuge. Sold by Ti- "Well but must tell right
along at the rate of twentythreeknots. he depended It is pleasant and you me
nald $200 for the number. npon.
.1.: nsville **
Pharmacy and Banner Drag Store What earth is It. ?
.. 1'f Wireless messages were received About midday on Wednesday, after cafe to Ukeand i* undoubted! the! best away. on Mary
Lucania all the in the market for the purposes for which "If I must tell you John. I reckon
from the through
the run of r.TO miles had been put up
i to ZEBRA SUITS THE GO. It is intt'n.I..1. Sold Titusville Phar- this is the time to do It, as I feel that
night, but our officers professed on the notice board the whistle was
mac} and Banner Drug Store. you should know all about It before
have no idea of her position. Questioned blown, and as the weather was clear
" Green and Black Stripes to Be Fashionable we get married. For some time I bare
t. closely by painstaking passengers \\e all rushed out on deck to discoverthe
the For Men. BUILDER OF HER OWN HOME. been thinking that it was my duty to
remember
.. they did not even cause. By the aid of powerful
of their old Some Zebra stripe are to be the fashion tell you that I wear a s"itch"
name greyhound. passes! we saw a small steamer about
time when we were all tucked away twenty miles ahead right In our track. for men's suits the coming winter, according Woman Terraced Bleak Hillside and The news was not so terrible as Jota
to the Tailor and Cutter, the Without had imagined but he asked. "What do
In bunks the Erected House Help.
sleeping peacefully
'j our The vessel looked so near to the officer !
recognized English authority in matters you want to do break the engagement -
and hands Mrs. Laura E.
Lusitania passed her pacer, by from the altitude of eighty feet on With her own
, of masculine' dress. ?" They talked the matter over
:
noon on Monday the Lucania was the bridge that he was afraid the Luo l. Cook 55 years old has built herself a
Brn.u.1'ay.ew: York aa consequence : and concluded/ t<> get: married switch
:
t sixty-one miles astern. but the majority tanla would run her down, and a brawny house, says a Los Angeles (Call correspondent -
did not know Is to be ablaze with purple. New jr no switch and they did.jDons ,
!,:. of the passengers chief from Scotland's shores shouted of the York Sun Sixteen "

what had become of her until they out over the bow, -Ship ahoy, J"t>tout pink. blue, brown and preen. One months aso Mrs Cook bought T

reached :New York. By noon on Tuesday of the road or we'll sink you!" Almost Broadway fitter after showing rolls of lot for ?IO on a bleakhillside in -

4 r the distance between the two Cu- before the excitement had died! gaudy combinations picked out one Elmdale. She has transferred It Intoa

;..;. narders had been increased to 12 n away we passed her. and snld: beauty spot with a terraced garden,

,-. miles. "Here's t'omethin-nll'e bright pur- flowers and slirubl*>ry.
Wednesday night we had a concert ,
,,: :. One of the features of the daily life In the lounge with a couple of ple and a brown and a pink stripe She planned the house, laid the foundations '

on shipboard was furnished by the siwches. In one of which Senator running through It-that makes up constructed the retaining wall, The horse (',

two elevators amidships which car Sutherland declared that the Lusitania into a fine suit"Then sawed and fitted the lumber, erected PUSh/ '

._ t ried the passengers up and down to was more beautiful than Solomon's he dragwtl; out another."Here's the chimney and put on the shingles.The load without /

the various decks five In all which are temple and large enough: to hold all his a pretty olive. be went on. place: shows excellent workmanship I reduce friction I

designated as A, B, C, D and E. Two winos and motht'I1-ln-law. while Rob "See the light blue line down and and she has eon offered $:;,(( ) nothing: by !;

';> t boys iu gold laced uniforms were in 'art Balfour. M. 1'.. spoke of the shipas across? English tweed just like what for it but will not sell

, charge and were kept busy day and I another link of friendship between King Eddie wears" J'Jfri
\ Out came another an.? be said: \ M1caAd
night especially at dinner time when America and En :anl.l. Senator Sutherland New Game on the Rio Grande. l 'i
"ThU is the zebra stripe-all \ ; I
green
; the ladles appeared in gorgeous: toi causal tlie tirst !laugh that had '"Th } have stopped faro poker three } !:
and black strips down. That's how it '- ,grease
lets escorted by their husbands in
'+ '>oen raided on the ship since leaving card monte and all open :1wbUn'; .I'J,
gets the name. GuaranJeed to make I -
solemn evening dress. Sitting in the Qiieenvtmvn by his speech because he games down on the border," said Colonel Y
the stoutest man s like a slim to tinWh't'IS..
in
splendid dining room decorated came from Utah though not a Mormon. I:. W. Puwe. collector of customsAt
f.; (; white and gold with Its lofty balcony zebra. Eagle! Pass, Tex., to a BaltimoreAmer' II No ott..r. luhn-
Wons-n. the fitter said, will hate to )
and listening to the orchestra It was I.ate notUvdthat < an reiiyrUr. "but the Texas \ cant l'l'r II., Ie .
Wednesday niht we take a back! seat In the matter of ;:..Ij''nlo
difficult to believe oneself at
s-ea. the speed had increased very sports. not to be outdone by the law. wears so i')u,

The telephones which are connected miu-h and the steamerS slipping: \ 'N. have invented new ways of taking and sivc,..ori':i.-tl r
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:'; with every cabin afforded great through the water at a great rate. chance with their coin. One of the horse ioo\vcr. Ntttiiue
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amusement to the passengers at first How to Remain YoungTo latest, much in %<> la El Paso :s L
Tht'nlt 11:=:0 p. iu. a fop came on and gte try lifers AXLE (GnttE.; :
but later were found of great convenience dashed our hopes once more NVe could roiitiimeoui.z: in health anti l this: A -ouple of men will! walk up to Standard Oil Co.

, In asking:; one's friends If they not make out where the bad luck strength; d<> asM: r*. \. F. Kowan.. M-- the counter nr a saloon! and each will I.cor?..r.te4

were coming to dinner or for a prom- IXuiougli, ,.a", did. :'he! SATS: 'Thrt.t. deposit thereon a cube of white s-uswr.
there
came from as were n< Jonahs
; enade on deck. The hip was so large j bottle* of Hit-trie litters ctm-d rue of Then they will stand stolidly! before
on board and all Lands were kind to
that it was not always possible: to locate chronic liver and t-tomacb trouble! e'tmidiratelttitIi these lumps of saccharin neither i'ay-
Rill the ship's, bic black cat which Mich 'Olhliti. to ,
an unhealthy -
r friends without the aid of I
your word but their
lag a gazing on respe'tre -
always walked the rounds with the i.-.n of the blood that my 'kin turned nl l
the telephones and the central officeson cubes as though: the fate of natious nHt.\M
master at arms when he went throughthe a- tlannel I am nopractically 20 year'voungt'r \ tl IN8
each deck. Following the London ship at night Then some one tits- than dole I took Klectrir I'.ittT huns in the balance What is it
custom the passengers; all said. "Are they are waiting forVhy, the man Q
covered that we were to land In New *. I can now do all my work "itht':1't' ;. "
you thereT' instead of the American I and aid in un.: upland's store" whose piece of sugar attracts the! first -O
: York on Friday the 1.:tb, and lie at '
"Hellor After dinner on fine e,eu. inlranh",1 at Titt1 \"i lit' I"harmac1wJ. fly must save to the other any sum J''J / .
tJfoot of Thirteenth street Thenwe ..
tugs we sat out on the spacious veran Banner Drug =Store. from a dollar up, besides paying for ..
knew that the record hold by the
das of the promenade deck and listened -- -- the customary liquids, since the barkeep :'l' <

-. to mu Ie. not Deutschland In lowered for this so trip many years would For Over Sixty Years must get his toll It looks curious Dl f_; R Jc'tEA

One of the busiest' men on the ship that such a simple! game should' become ,
:Mrs. Windows'ot.thin.r: > ha
Next
day at uoon the run of i@ was jrtip
{ was the Marconi operator, who was used for EI"ns the fashion, but It !s all the ragedown '
.. announced, which was the best sincewe I been o\er sixty \ear by -n : :: lI; '1'-iv.n-i '1'
besieged at all hours by passengers of mothers for their (children w inle I trvth- on the Kio Grande and even the .,
started, but It was!' too late to saveus. I /
anxious to receive and by those -4\Otl..s the sheriffs and district
news in;::, with |>erftct suctt'ss. attorneys are
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As
Nantucket
we i.assed
who wanted to send dispatches to lightship child, softens the gum*, allays': *. :1i1I'lin. amon, Its votaries" A few df Pin nuMlwill in-

.. their friends on other steamers that Captain Watt said he was pleased with cure wind colic, and is the best remedy vurial'ly cure au i.rdii.ary attack of
the ship nnd satisfied that she had the diarrhovi.
for diarrhoea. It will relieve |niorlittlesulFerer
were crossing the ocean. One man !; A Dandy for Burns
done all that was exacted: : from her : imm..liattIId II\' dn ::. It can always be deprndftl
wife had got aboard the Lucaniathrough but he would not speak of what the gists i in every part of the world. Tweiity- Pro Berlin, l'al1III.., write*, "i 1 haw evt-n in the iiiurw severe atttu npon kn of,

some mixup at Queenstown Lusitania might do in the future. five cent a bottle. IVme and a-k for nt' 1 Ballard's :'nl'Linimt'nt: al\\a\ 'ral'I' colic and chultra niurbns.
nnd the things she flashed to him by recommended it tu friend a1
The canny Scot who had charge of "Mrs.Cinslow's Soothing :>ymp"andtikenooUi tn> amrontident It is equally si.v.vfui for Buinint-r
made the tJiuirant'eed there is no latter mal It.'. 'It i*
wireless even operator -: r km. under diarrlue.i anti cut .Wa infantiuu in
the engines said In off .
an moment.wht"n
,wince. About l.OX) words were received the food and drugs: act. June :X()>tli, i1'O');. a dandy for barn: Three who live on children, and it the nienr cf saving
the press censor was not standing farm especially liable to accidental -
are
and dispatched daily. Serial number 10"K many the livt.sof many children each
.. by, that we had consumed abou cuts, burns, bruises, which heal) Wh,-n .lnfd year
re
.1. When I went to send off my first with water" andsweetened
1,000 tons of coal a day: but Judgingof rapidly when Ballard's: :snow Liniment i iapplie.J. is it is
sq message to the Times I discovered that C.n..STOn.A.: pleasant to take.
the trial trip when she used for I It should always he kept in thebon'e Every of
up man
a family should
Tfcj K nil Yn Ha3Aars t
we bad a press censor on board in the Bea..the Btit for of etc. ;50e. keep
ty- t'e tons an hour there Is a llkellhood ca-es ernenrency. this ft'm..ly in hu: home, Bay it
person of Joseph Lancaster, the purser. Sgu&ture! d I Ior and :-1.(11.). ":,Kl bv Titusvilie Pharmacyand 11UCK. 25C. BOW
that it was nearer 1.100 to 1.2W. L-VRCESUF Sir.
.When I took it to him be glanced a tI I Banner Drug; Store.ar .
till bad on board enjoyed the trig


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u ipe. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been

5 in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
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sonal supervision since its Infancy.

they say that the county should be restrained now, masculine traits and feminine Allow no one deceive you in thin. -

I SCIENTIFIC I from demanding fines or at- traits, but simply human traits; that All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
tempting to force collection. The de- women will be as mathematical, log-
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Mlkkelsen Expedition Safe. fendant urged that In determining ical, philosophical and Inventive as Infants and
Children-Experience against Experiment.
The arctic expedition headed by Cap- whether the maximum rate is improperall men and men will be as intuitive, refined .

tain Mikkelsen In the schooner Duchess traffic and rates within the state and spiritual as women. It Is a

of Bedford which had been re- must be taken into consideration and strong plea for extending democracyInto What is CASTORIA.
k that it is not lawful to take the pas- all phases of human life. Fur-
ported as shipwrecked, was later
found to be safe, the members having senger traffic Into consideration with- thermore, there are given good rea- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric
out reference to express and freight sons for believing that the diminutive
: ,crossed the Ice on sledges to the mainland Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
but stature and Inferior
rates this view was not acceptedby strength now
after their vessel had sunk. This
io; started in of last the court. The case was to be characteristic of women are the result contains neither Opinm, Morphine nor other Narcotic

expedition Hay In the hope year of taken at once to the supreme court of not of sex, but of habits of life substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm .
t'! the state. and heredity. Those who accept the and allays Fet'erhhness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
finding
p a new
continent some- More Oil Trust Indictments.The doctrine of evolution will have difficulty Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand

where to the federal grand Jury at Jamestown In denying these conclusions. Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the

f north of Cross ; N. Y., has completed its investi- Earle and "Affinity" Reply. Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.

: Island, in the gation of the alleged railroad rebatingto The preparations of neighbors to tar The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

t Beaufort sea. It the Standard Oil company, and four and feather Ferdinand P. Earle, the I

;'f I was known that additional Indictments have been re- rich artist,of Monroe, X. Y., who hadarranged GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

; the whales disappeared turned, each containing fifty-eight to hue his wife get a divorce i j
regularly counts, covering carloads of oil ship- that he might marry his new
from theneighborhood ped from Olean, N. Y., to points In "affinity," Julia Kuttner and the harsb Bears the Signature of -
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of Vermont by the New York Central and criticisms of the .

Point Barrow Pennsylvania railroads. The offense press and pulpit
t., to the northeastand charged Is concessions to subsidiariesof have drawn :

that at the the Standard Oil company operating from both 3ir

i same time a in that field, the published rate be- Earle and Miss # ...
e: lane of water ing 2C% cents and the rate to the Kuttner defensive ,

opens throughthe Standard companies being 18.10 cents. statements.
Ice pack. Al- If the companies should be convictedon By remainingaway The Kind You Have Always BoughtIn

Captain Mlkkelsen. though this lane all the counts the court could Impose from his

runs toward the northwest, the whales tines aggregating $4,640,000, I home Earle
avoided serious Use For Over 30 Years.
were next seen by the whalers in July which aided to the Indictment previously a

hundreds of miles eastward. The theory found, would make a possible' clash with ,, ewe CIJfTAUIt: eo3na. ".UIIIIA..TN[T. HlW: To31r C.r,.

of Mlkkelsen was that there must aggregate nearly as great as that Imposed the waiting vii a"1 \\ ;J; 'v' -.....

!' be land of some magnitude to the by Judge Landis of Chicago. lags Kuttner mob. Mfcs was''\ 1,. ( p

', north from which the ice recedes in Taylor's Warrant Suspended.In found by a re- I
! the spring. The flight of birds in the
the circuit court at Lexington, porter In a
.. same direction added to this belief. Ky., Judge Stout ordered the suspen- mountain-
;= No attempt was to be made to reach. sion of the warrant issued against former treat and told Miss Julia Kuttner-

it the pole. The ship sailed from British Governor W. S. Taylor, now a fugitive her side of the story quite frankly. TypewritersAgents
the Canadian andII.
Columbia flying in Indiana who Is charged with She insists that her purpose in going
American flags. One unusual feature complicity in the murder of William to the Earle house was in the hope of
the total absence of alcoholic liquors -
II. was Goebel, In order that Taylor maycometo bringing about a reconciliation between -
I from the supplies. to testify In behalf of Earle and his wife and that her -
Kentucky ----- ----- -- ---- ---- -- --
I A later report from Captain Mikkel- Caleb Powers, soon to be tried for the own 10\"e.oC the man was not realized

.. sen and his companion. Earnest Lef- fourth time for the Goebel murder. until after she bad known of the trouble for the Celebrated
fingwell. to the American Geographical existing between the Earles. It
I':, society said that the sledge trip to the Ice Trust Letters Published. was Mrs. Earle herself who urged

north of Alaska had covered 500 miles Evidence of the most glaring sort Miss' Knttner to marry Earle. especially .

and that they had crossed the edge of J-i the shape of letters written by Wes- as he had agreed to let her have the

'':; the continental shelf twice while their ley M. Oler, president of the AmericanIce custody of their little boy. Miss Kutt- FAYSHOLESTypewriter :

"t soundings at fifty miles off the coast [ company, telling of numerous deals ner said she had such a wonderful understanding -
showed a depth of 2,000 feet without and methods: used In cornering the of Mr. Earle that she had

r- touching bottom. From this it is inferred market have been taken possession of thought she could help the wife to understand -

I' that the land supposed to exist by Attorney General Jackson of New him.Declaring \\1

[. north of Alaska had not been discovred. York through a court order. The district that he could no longer

!w The explorers say they will continue attorney will I* asked to lay this stand the false position In which he

their work In Beaufort. before the grand Jury. These lettersare had been placed by mendacious reports ,
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Woman's Balloon Fails. written In a satirical vein. laughIng ; Mr. Tnrle gave to the press along -- -

tJ:,; The Walter Wellman party has returned at the helpless competitors and statement telling how he came to 1,000 now used in FloridaSecondHand 1
to Tromso after having mule public and expressing approval of Jerome meet Miss Kuttner In settlement' work
as "a perfectly calm, sane man chance
how the acquaintance grew by
an unsuccessful start in their airship
who approaches the matter In a sensible board and In Europe
I' from Spitzbergen for the pole on Sept. meetings on ship rIKJyO ,
2. A severe storm drove the balloon businesslike way. and how when they discovered their f
feeling! they wrote the Joint letter to
back upon the glacier, but the car and
equipment were saved.LEGALCRIMINAL. I \ Mrs Earle. saw her parents in Tans
SOCIOLOGICALWhy .
and made nn amicable nrrancement.HP
I I iM published a letter written by d
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I I American Marriages Fail. his wife to a ir'itnil friend last month
showing her not only willing but anxious -
Again a oman Is finding, fault with
for sepiratlou and giving her
.American wives and complaining of
Seven Years For Runyan.
i,!,",<:iMtr h Miss Knttner She said the
Chester B. Kunyan who stole $9J- the failure of American marriages.
clnnct n more hopeful and peaceful -
000 from the Windsor Trust companyand This time It is Anna A. lingers In the face rave to her own life.
who was arrested through information Atlantic Monthly, who says that ".tbeexcessh'e

, furnished by his woman companion education and excessive: Sick Headache
has been sentenced to seven physical cwMling of young Momen"
This disease H caused by a derangeimntof -
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and their devotion to physical culture I
years in Sing Sing. the Stomach. Take a dose of
Spiritualist Merchant Incompetent. and sports have evolved n hybrid feminine i Chunllt'rIam'8! Stomach and Liter Tablets TypewritersALL

Edward W. Vanderbilt, an aged let who Is a cross between a magnified I to correct this disorder awl the tick
who rather unmannerly boy and a I headache will disappear. For sale by Ti-
merchant of Brooklyn some
\ ber spoiled, exacting: creature who 8inl-ere-1 tu ille Pharmacy and Banner: Drug; Store.
months ago married the noted spirit- ly loves herself alone Thus explain I MAKES ALL PRICESTerms
ualist medium May S. Pepper and who
this sociologist, ".i slipshod, iinchlvalrous Growing ,
of Giant.
gave or willed to her a large part
companionship" has grown up i
his property, has been judged insaneor seewhich after marriage Greene county Pa. has produced a : to Suit
between the '
otherwise incompetent to transact 'I prodigy la Stanley Wright, its youn
be "a for tearsor
to
is found cause
business by the sheriff's jury summoned pest schoolteiiLlHT. who for height and
pursuant to an action brought by temper." Oue contributory cause, avoiriltipois. is believed, MamNith, Typewriter Repairing a Specialty
his daughter to determine his mental she says !:< the existence of 2.921 I out a leer in the state, says the Phllail -

condition. During the hearing before courts empowered to) grant divorces *.lpliii Heconl Young Wright is npnxlnct -

the lunacy commissioners Mr Vanderbilt Scientific Sex Equality.The i of Kichhlll township and although -

frankly admitted his belief in spirit FunkYa aII; company announce only! seventeen yt-irs old RIBBON"S'Ye
manifestations, and evidence was the publication of 11 new lx) )k I stand six: feet seven inches In his

submitted to show that the alleges by Dr. Ueu m.re. entitled "s*>x Equality I hose tips the beam at :;:(; pounds and guarantee our Ribbons to Non-Filling and

spirits who controlled the medium hat -A Solution of the Vlouian's Prob is still crowing lIe weirs a No IS

suggested his gifts* of property to her. I lem." It teaches that women are shoe, which he has male to order Durable
Mrs. repper-Vaaderbilt on the stand : more intuitne. refined unselfish and I The young jnnnt will teach In one of

explained that the spirit known as spiritual but at the present tike are I the T'jools of Uichhill town'hip. and 75 cents each, or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach-
the foolish K'-hhlll H'h"olhu1t'ho undertakes -
"Bright Eyes" and others took com- distinctly inferior to nan nt initiative I
I and breadth of 'il'W. to lick the teacher will need]
plete possession of her under certain resounv |toner o ine. Any color.
to be a David and know how to throw-
show that these
undertakes to mea
conditions, so that she was unconscious It I
of the messages sent through tal differences ln-t\\een men and women ; -

her mind to other persons present. are not fundamental or the resultof I!, CARBON PAPEROur
sex: but are caused bj ironuieui
Two Cent Fare Law Invalid.
and heredity: that when each sex: is is the Best. $1.65 $4.00
Carbon to
The first test ease against; the Pennsylvania stonesTutf'sPills Paper per
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full dt'wlol't'll' there will not In* as
two cent railroad fare law

parsed by the last legislature wag decided Attack of Diarrhoea Cured bv One box, 100 sheets to the box.

in the common pleas court in Dose of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera -
Philadelphia when Judges Wilson, and! and Diarrhoea RemedyI Can furnish any size, any color.

Andennod rendered a decision i againstthe wa o weak from an attack of diarr This popular remedy never fails to
law and in favor of the Pennsylvania -! hoea that I could scarcely) attt.'ntlio roj effectually cure
railroad which had brought suit I duties when I took a dose of Ctumbei- Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick

to fine enjoin imposed the county for violation from collecting of the stat-the edy.lain's It Colic cured, Cholera me entirely and Piarrhoea and I hail Rem been Headache, BiliousnessAnd R. C. DAVIS & CO.

The Judges hold that the new law taking other medicine for nine davs with- ALL DISEASES arising from a
ute. recommen.l
this
the two out relief. I heartily Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion
Is unconstitutional because remedy as being the best to my knowledge ) I
The natural result Is good appetite
cent rate Is unreasonable to the pointof R G. Stewart -
for bowel complaints
and solid flesh. Dose small;elegant.
confiscation inasmuch as it would of the firm of Stewart & Bro.. Greenville ly sugarcoated and easy to sw allow. Jacksonville Fla.

deprive the plaintiff of property without Ala. For sale by TitusMlle: Phar-j Take No Substitute. ,
due process of law; consequently macy and Banner Drug Store.




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GEORGIANAt I!JAMESPBITCHABD.President. WINSTONS.BEAIr'NINGvice-PresidentandCrltler ..
LATEST COUNTY 1

Mrs. F. W. Munson spent Wednesday -! Pale Thin

NEWS NOTES in Cocoa. i Indian River State Bank ,

i Mr. and Mrs. Copeland spent Sunday I

<, Hale with the family of A. B. Carter. Nervous ?
little Happenings That Help to
We miss the familiar call of the COUN'J'Y DEFOSrrORY

': Up the Weekly newspaper school bell these days.; Repairs in Authorized Capital, $100,000; Paid-up Capital, $25,000; Average Deposits, $200,000

COCOA the belfry are very much needed. Then your blood must be ina TRANSACTS A
., We hope they will not be long delayed. You
bad condition.
: Our stores are all busy getting in very GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
certainly! know what to take,
n- their fall goods. Capt. Rogero and family returned
tl.-a: : :.;le it-flyer's Sarsa-
!; t' : Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lemmert from their visit at St. Augustine and! parlllIf you doubt, then LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK OX THE RIVER

on Sept. 18th, a son. other points in the northern part of I
consult doctor. We know I and sold all aplrt'Ciated.'t
countries.
your Exchange bought on foreign; Patronage
,--- Mrs. F.Munson,of Georgiana,wasa Florida last Monday. We are glad for
Prompt evrvicr. polite treatment and every consistentwith
what he will about this
visitor in town Wednesday. to have them at home again. say conservative banking grantedCORRESPONDENT I
grand old family medicine.
& '. Work on the roadway to the baseball Miss Hattie Bower came over from :

1 grounds will soon begin. i Rockledge Saturday, spent Sunday ask Thin: -Are U the roar first bowel q1Je ion r"llllarr".ynnr: doctor He know would Empire Trust! Company? Broadway, New York City The Atlantic National Bank
that A-.ilf a s Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Ronald are at with Miss Maggie Carter, and Monday m,J T-nr to nn rpcov e. "rr gufa"Cl taking liver UxaUve attire

h Toxaway Inn, Lake Toxaway, N. C. with her grandparents,Rev.and doses of Ayer'i- fill*. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Mrs. White returning to her office {'
; J.C.Ayer Co..Lower,:Idea -- -- --
Col. S. F. Travis's handsome resi- e'7 -- - -
.o maawecturere of
work on Tuesday's boat.
' dence is in the hands of the painters. A: -* H VI J VIGOR.
News of the sudden death of little : k The Fiske block will not be ready lJc/ V PECTORALTVehsvs I
Nellie, the baby daughter of Mr.and
for use until the middle of next .! We publishthe !
: no cr-t Groceries Grain and all Food Products.
month. Dan Coggin, of Waverly, Neb., fcrc.ti.ai or.:1 our rsedtcincs.to Hay,

reached here Saturday night. Mrs. -- I Ve handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
Miss Agnes Hatter was the guest Coggin is well known here as Miss in the above lines of goods,and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices OB
Travis several Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. Eo L.BEADY& BRO.,Trrt'svILLE.FLA.
1; of Miss Evelyn days Hattie Thayer, and her many friends fill his regular appointment. He 1 1r

this week. will sympathize with her in this first baptized a candidate there last Sun-
for dayafternoon in the of a =Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=r Jr=r-r-r-rr--r=rrr-rr-cry-r-rr I
James LaRoche left on Monday great sorrow. The little one was presence

Gainesville, where he will attend the sick only a few hours. large number of people. TITUSVILLE BOAT CO.

state college. Leland McMillan is going to be the

P Miss Cora Davis left on Tuesdayfor Found At LastJ. new clerk A. Harmon, of Lizemore, West Va., expert
DeLand, where she will attend says: "At last" .I have found the perfect & Son and will enter upon his duties

Stetson university. pill thatneter disappoints me;and for next Monday. Oscar Mathers, the Marine: :Itailwa3rLaunches

I Miss Elizabeth Hughlett returned the benefit of others afflicted with torpid present clerk, expects to start to 1
liver and chronic constipation, will say carefully stored for the summer months
! e to Stetson university on Tuesday toj take Dr. King's New Life Pills." Guar- school at Cocoa in the near future. ,
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inteed satisfactory. 25c. at Banner DrugStore
continue her studies. .' and Titusville Pharmacy. Services were held in the M. E.
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.. year and general satisfaction is expressed EAU GALLIEMrs. ill, Mr. Roesch read the rules.

r; with our teachers. Mrs. C. C. Houston and Mr. Sanders
E. E. Prince is having a new V Talking Machines, Supplies and
i Capt. and Mrs. A. I. Rogero and sang a very pretty duet,"Come Unto
family arrived in town Monday on roof put on her house. Me." A solo was sung by Mr. San- Records sold by the ;

their way to their Georgiana home. Mr. Law has purchased a cow and ders, "Dividing the World." i
has built a new stall on his lot.
. There was a dance last Saturday The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE

night and Thursday of this week The houseboat Dentos, Dr. J. Ed- Mathers was a scene of pleasure and .

there was a ball game and dance on ward Urich, Wednesday for Mel- gaiety Tuesday in honor of their son ttiaMuter>< TITDSYILLE, FLORIDA

hand. bourne. Warren's A crowdwas
.. : birthday. large
Miss Laura and Miss Lula Powers The colored baseball team of Mel- present and a most enjoyabletime

;. are visiting friends in Orlando and bourne played the colored team here was spent. Refreshments were Jas. Pritchard & Son

; other places in the interior of the Tuesday. served and at a late hour all dispersed Titusville, Fla.

state. Miss Edith Hatch spent Sunday in wishing Warren many happy Agents for the

Mrs. Rembert and two children, Tillman as the guest of Mr.and Mrs. birthdays.The .
k Original T & M Reversible
who have been visiting in the north- Conkling.Mr. Union meeting of northern J

ern part of the state, reached home Bob Campbell, of Miami, is division of Indian River associationwill MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES

).. last week. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mathers convene with the Baptist church Thoroughly covered by patents
this week. here Friday night and close Sunday
-:: Mr. A. Chancey has force of men The Engine that Runs Without Repairs

j at work on the Calloway cottage. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mathers, of night. Quite a number of delegatesare _- ---- -

Mrs. Galloway and family will come Titusville, are visiting relatives here expected. There will be preach- These motors are safe and reliable andean

if' south early this season. for a few days. ing twice a day, at 10:30 a. m. and be operated by alcohol or kerosene
7:30 m. Three important missionary with good results gasoline
p. as as by using
We noticed Mr. Fred Humphreys'large Mr. Geo. Gleason was in town Fri-

,,' sailboat out for a spin Sunday day, looking after the interests of subjects will be discussed. Eve- ____ _______ - __ ___________ n___ ___ ___ _
rybody is most cordially invited to
afternoon with a brisk east wind. the E. C. Canal Co. TITUSVILLE_ LIVERY:: STABLE
attend all of these services.
, She was traveling at a lively gait. Services will be held next Sunday
;# Feed and Sale Stables
the M. E. church Rev.
:Ir. and Mrs. Aldridge and the evening at OAK HILLMr.

.t.. guests of their house and several J. B. Hawk, pastor.Mr. I and Mrs. Jack Jones are the -- -

::.E friends spent Sunday at Oceanus and and Mrs. H. U. Hodgson returned proud possessors of another boy. SADDLE HORSES

l : every one brought home a case of from a summer outing in! School began at Jamison's mill BUGGIES

: : sunburn. Olean, N. Y., recently.Dr. I SURREYS
. Monday, with Miss Annie Royal as
The baseball team and a party of Macey has bought the lot ad-! teacher.Mr. ;- and TURNOUTS

l ladies went to Eau Gallie last Thursday joining C. C. Houston on the north I W. L.'Howes came home Mon- ;. of all kinds

by launch. All report a delightful and expects to build soon. day and Mrs. Howes returned with Hauling, Etc.

h time, but the game went to EauJ Miss Beatrice Hopkins, of Jackson him to Ocala Tuesday.Mr. -- -
Gallie by of 7 to 3. ville is here visit to her mother
a score on a i and Mrs. E. W. Jamison are J. M. OSBAN, TitusYille, FloridaD

1-'" Mr. W. E.Booth bought two young Mrs. H. Hopkins, this week. i at home again and Mrs. Jamison's
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'.i' mules from Mr. Tom Hodges Tues- The Aid society of the M. E.church Ii health is much improved.Miss H SPELL- ------------ I>r. J. C SPELL, Rrghttred I'harmaeistBANNER ;

day. They are being broken, there- met at the home of Mrs. Wm. R. for
May Howes left Monday
, by causing a good deal of merriment Roesch last Thursday afternoon. I
I DeLand and will attend Stetson university DRUG STORE
! for the onlookers but
for the
not so Tomoka'i
t riders. Capt. Eldredge of dredge again this winter.

has resigned his position as watch-I Mrs. John Gardner and children
The Cocoa House is rapidly nearing -
Mr. Joe
man, Hopkins ,
have returned to their home in Day- Titusville, Florida
r: completion. The carpenters are
place. :
tona their school began Monday.Miss .
ti finishing up the interior. This is avery Mr. and Mrs. Briggs, ofV.. Palm as FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
comfortable hotel of Minnie Dyall left Saturdayfor
:
forty Beach, and Miss Cora Davis, of Co-'.' PERFUMERY STATIONERY.
,
'l and will be with
all and Port Orange
rooms, new up.to-date-some-
took in the ball here last
coa, game
thing which our town has needed for week. Mrs. Fair this winter and attend Soda Water and Ice Cream

f some time. school. Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals
Miss Gertrude Jones, daughter of
".g TROPIC our popular town marshal, has beenill Mr. J. M.Chaffers, who has chargeof Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
our school this winter, arrived haven't in stocki'r.rIV
. for a few days, but is now much
MIss Nellie Schofield spent Saturday Saturday and school began Monday -

r; in Cocoa. improved. with good attendance.Mr. .
Miss Beatrice Farley, of Malabar, a "'.V' IfI I "Vr"'r iVI""rY 'I"r 'li I"r f:'
,
L Mrs. Carter and children arrived Futch, of Woods, Liberty Co.,
has accepted a position as assistant
, Thursday from Miami. a practical saw mill man, is here with
postmistress at this place,arriving in
.Mrs. L. Mathers was interviewing Mr. Peteel, putting up the mill for
town Tuesday. The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Go.
.: the dentist Friday afternoon. the Volusia Lumber and Naval Stores !
Miss Odessa Richardson, Gladys
t Mr. T. Mathers has returned from company.
and Earl Winstead, of Georgia, arrived -
, his Mrs. L. H. Barker and childrenare
visit to Miami and Homestead.
: Monday a visit to Mr. and MACHINE SHOPS
at Mr. H. S. Barker's for few
Mrs. Schofield being ill there a
,: was Mrs. T. J. Shave.
weeks. Mrs. Barker, Sr., is still in
school and
no Thursday Friday last.
Mr. J. R. Mathers spent a few
Bayard with her daughter, Mrs. Asa
':: Mrs. Ensey and Miss Fedora spent days last week working out his or- Wing, who has been quite ill. Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'

f. Monday in Eau Gallie, having dental ange grove at Tropic and says that

work done. his trees are looking fine. General Robert E. Lee

' Mr. Houston and family and Mr. A most interesting game of base- was tile! greatest general the world has HARDWARE, PAINTS & OILS

' McMillan and family were calling on ball was played here last Thursday ever known. Ballard'a Snow Liniment
is the greatest; liniment. Quickly cures
.' relatives Sunday. between Cocoa and Eau Gallie. A all pain*. It is within the reach of all. Agricultural Implements

'- The Mystic will be on the ways large crowd gathered witness the T. H. Pointer, Hempstead,Texas, writes:
"This is to that Ballard's Snow
certify
.t this week getting ready for the win- game. The score stood 7 to 3 in favorof Liniment has been used in my household SANFORD FLORIDA

ter's work. A smaller boat will make the home nine. for years and bas been found to be an excellent -I ,
liniment for rheumatic I
a few trips in her stead until repairs Rev. J. S. Geiger returned from pains.
am never without it. Sold by Titusville
., are completed. Jensen Monday, where he had been Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. n IAWNmmMI.J>>I1MI.YWNJ.t..z.

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