The Florida star ( October 25, 1907 )

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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:
October 25, 1907
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates:
28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID:
UF00075901:00255

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Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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. XXVIII


TwITUsVTLLiE, FLA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1907


NO.27


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Not for Oqusse10s Aloq, Bqt fos t1e .qooa of Ot1sms Zso.


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I Ma offering 16-inch pine stove
wood that has never been turpen
tined. All other wood you buy now
has bee rptid; 25 cords cut
and dried reay for delivery.
G. G. HowARM.


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Pugut Eela. ug to huts
N At t Twon
A cool drinkat acool place at
MANDY'.
Mr. W. N. Henry, of Fort Pierce,
aise on a visit with relatives.
IMh largest and best line of boys'.
m grs' cshool shoes will be found
at bImig's.
Mim Jamie White, of Sanford,
arrived Saturday on a visit toher
e1-ns, Mis Leoa Carruthers.
Mr. H. E rint, of PiBttaburg,
who went to B aana river last week,
F-1ml ed north the first of this week.
Boys' knee pants, in endless varie-
ty pateras, prices r hanging from
W ets to $1.SMat Klines' Clothing

MrS. W. C. Norwood, of West
Pam Beach- arrived catSaturday
n a visit to her father-in-law, W.
S. Nirwood. and family.
gsem of the young menofTitu-
vle held a meeting Tuesday night
lolte forward to organizing a
he ef tP Knighte Pythias lere.
Special prices in men's top shirts,
exedbat patterns, light and dark,
the ftea s Princely shirt, special 9
ent each m at Kline's Clothing Store.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Begg moved into
the Monroe cottage Wednesday,
and Mr. Raybe Battle, who occu-
pied the same, moved into the Fiebh-
er cottage Tuesday.
Mr. F. C. Gifford, one of Vero's
enterprising young men, called at
T= SPAR office Saturday on his way
home. from a visit to his father-in-
law, Capt. N. N. Penny. at Nathan

The dickey birds are chirping it
very quietly about, that wedding
bela will peal meeiily forth very
shortly and that a young man from
another state will wed one of North
Brevard's fair damn lters
Mr. A. B. Yelvington, who bought
one of the Wiley cottages, from Mrs.
Walker ha the building on its new
location, on *Palm street, and Con-
tractor Hall has just moved another
of the cottages to the lot at corner
of Main and Palm.
Fippen Adams, piano tuner, of St.
Agustine, will be in Titusville about
the latter part of November on his
regular profemionai trip to this city.
Please leave your orders for tuning
early at the Indian River Music
House, as his time here will be limit-
ed.
Fish Business Changes Hands
The latter part of last week the
fish business of the Southern Fish
Co., at this place, pawed into the
hands of the regard Fish Co. The
latter company assumps charge of



pany will also use for the purpose of
s e barrels and fishing

The Alpine Hotel
Tituasville, Fla., F. A. Lesley, man-
a On the European plan furn-
trally located.
Smoking Tobaccos
Sensation, Duke's Mixture, Bull
Durham, U. S. Marine. Old English
Curve Cut, Van Bibber, Turkish Tro-
phies, White Rolls.
e, BANNER DRUG STORE.
Stove Wood


e The work at all points along the
- extension is reported to be progress
v ing better than ever before and the
next few months will show a marked
advancement of it.


Fall Fashions For len
Advance showing of FALL and
WIN R styes ding Schloss
Bros. & Co's famous
"Correct Clothes for G-'tie.wn"
Consider this, please, a personal
ih&vitauti to yourself--a personal in-
vitation to come and get aeq td
with the best and latest fashions in
men's wear.
We mwepeeiafly iet about th iatnvits-
tiu now hbem. U, M- m potuhly kmow,
i the Iems tim of yer whm f=Lr 'I
es, m &ad the advame otyles ftr the mm-
a m are* shown ia greatest variety sad
Our New Stock is jut in, and
we want you to see it. Never before
in all our experience have we been
able to amemble such a splendid line
of stylish garments. Come in!
WINSTON S. BANNING


Circuit Court Now in Session
The fall term of circuit court has
been in seon this week since Tues-
day with Hon. Minor S. Jones pres-
iding, Hon. J. C. Jones prosecuting
for the state, with A. A. Stewart as
clerk, and J. P. Brown sheriff.
As usual in Brevard there is very
little criminal business on the docket
and the states attorney will probably
bring the criminal proceedings to a
dose by tomorrow.
On Wednesday the case against
Aaron Harris, for breaking and en-
taring with intent to commit a mis-
demeanor, was called up. Harris
plead guilty to the charge and Judge
Jones sentn-ced the youth to three
years in the state reformatory. Har-
ris brokeinto a store at Eau Gallie
several months ago and riU the
cah drawer..
The grand jury has been making a
dose investigation into affairs per-
taining to the general welfare of the
county, the following citizens serv-
ing upon that honorable body:
W. H. Cresson, foreman; Jas. Tut-
tle, J. R.IL Carter, J. R. Livingston,
E. IR. Provost, T. A. Drake, Walter
Hatter, R. E. Murphy, Jno. R. Fields
0. N. Campbell, G. L. Mandaville,
E. W. Booth, J. R. Nieholson, R. B.
LaRoche, Henry Benecke, E. H. Nau-
man, S. F. Gray, K M. Whaley,
clerk.
The grand jury is still in session
this Friday morning and their gen-
eral presentment will be published
next week.
Extension Work Progressing
Tuesday afternoon the first train
on the extension to Key West reach-
ed the lower end of Long Key, or
more specifically speaking, to the ap-
proach to the Long Key viaduct, one
of the greatest concrete bridges in
the world.
Today the men are at work laying
the track across the trestle bridge
and from that onto the concrete pier
which is nearing completion and over
this it is expected to run trains by
the first of January, there being on-
ly a few more piers to sink and com-
plete when that part of the work will
be finished.
SBelow Long Key men are at work
Son several keys connecting Long Key
Sand Knights Key. where another im-
mense viaduct is to be built. The
present work consists of grading and
preparing for track, the object being
to run trains to Knights Key when
the concrete construction shall have
been commenced not later than the
first of the yea!.
I Work is also under way at Knight
Key, pile driving having been started
for the bridge work which is to lead
from the land to the point where the
concrete work is to begin, it being a
necessary preliminary to the same.


LATEST NIWS

AND INCIDENTS
Pnmal hngraph About hple that
Trael eNo ami TI
Fine Box Candies at the Banner
Drug Store.
There were two beach parties last
Sunday. They report a delightful
trip.
W. L Douglass shoes in endless
variety of styles at Kline's Shoe De-
partment.
The annual report of licenses issued
in Brevard will be found this week
on page 5.
Full line of Standard and Favorite
sewing wm-hines now in stock at In-
dian River Music House.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Field, of In-
dianola, are spending the week in
town, stopping with Mrs. Mendel.
Boys, you should see the fine assort-
ment of knickerbocker pants that
have just arrived at Winston S. Bran-
ning's.
Miss Helen Miller returned from
St. Petersburg Saturday, leaving
her sister somewhat improved but
still very ill.
J. K. McDonald, receiver of the
Ft. Dallas National Bank, of Miami,
was called to Washington last Sat-
urday on official busones.
Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins accompanied
Mr. Robbins to TllJahsee Sunday
as he passed through on his way to
the state capital from Miami.
Mrs. B. RI Wilson expects to visit
her d4-ghter, Mrs. W. C. Thomas,
at Or-ngedale, the first of next
week, accompanied by her daughter,
Miss Helen.
Campmeeting started up Tuesday
a"I_ 1 wnwr ,.fa nt A~f l t-rw-D.mio


Special Sale at Kline's
gds m vteswy 3yqnp
MONDAY, OCTORM 28, 1907.
During all of my fifteen years of
business career my stock was never
as large and more complete than it is
now. Although goods have been ad-
vancing rapidly in price we still have
them at prices that are right. You
can get here just what you want and
when you want it.
It would be inmp.ibl- to enumer-
ate all the bargains we have for you
for Monday as it would take almost
this entire paper to describe them, so
we just mention a few specials.
Ladies' black voile skirts, with
wide folds of taffeta, worth $15.00,
special SlwM.
Blue chiffon panama, made in the
latest style, with two folds of taffeta
to match, worth $10.00, special $.
Black panama, with folds of same
material to match, special $649.
Ladies' tailor made shirt waists,
made of an excellent quality of lin-
ene, with ten rows of pleats, worth
$2.00, special $1.49.
Black taffeta silk waists, hand em-
broidered, special S59B
Black elastic fluffy ruffle belts,
with gun metal buckles, special 59
cents.
Black Altmann voile, this name is a
guarantee for the best that is made,
44 inches wide, special $L49per yard
and the same in navy blue.
Danish cloth in all the latest shades
including evening shades, 22 inches
wide, special 18 cents per yard.
Brown brilliantine, 38 inches wide,
brown is a popular shade thisseason,
worth 85 cents, special 59 cents.
Special prices in table linens and
napkins to match.
All wool California blankets, 10-4s,
with wide silk binding, worth $5.00,
special S3.49 per pair.
Ladies' black mereeried silk hose,
these are the famous Onyx brand,
special 3 pair for 1jUL
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
JuLuus KuNE, Titusville.
'Phone No. 8.
Oranges Unfit to Eat


are expected to arrive h from The orange crop is now. beginning Mr. Keiswetter, a Columbus, Ohio.
every part of the East Coast tomor- to move, though the fruit is unfit banker, has begun the erection of a
row and Sunday. to eat. Every carload and every winter home in New Smyrna. Mr.
MayorW. H. Sebring, of Jackson-box of such fruit should beconfiscat- and Mrs. Keiswetter have been com-
Mayor W. H. Sebn ng, of Jacksoned and destroyed at its destination ing to Indian river for several years
vile, has been receiving communi- by the health authorities as detri- past, cruising along the coast in
cations from different parts of the mental to the public health. This their motor boat and stopping most
state, and the most reliable reports would put a stop to the shipment of of the time at Ponce Park.
place the present crop of oranges green oranges instanter.--Eustis Mr. Geo. E. Sebring, of Sebring.
not over2000,000 boxes, and as Lake Region. Ohio, is very enthusiastic over the
proof of this fact, the buyers areproposed establishment of a Chau-
buying at $2.50 per box f. o. b. at Wet and Dry Elections tauqua in Daytona and he will do
the different groves. The elections held in Florida in his share toward the financial end
Commercial Telegraph Office the past week or two to decide the of the project. He is personally ac-
The commercial office of the West- liquor question have been very close quainted with Dr.Clarence B. Strouse
ern Union TelegraphCo. was opened uncomfortably so in two instances, and speaks of that gentleman in the
for business at this place Wednesday Orange county went dry last week highest terms of praise.
with Mr. J. T. Knox in charge. The by a majority of two. Clay county The new Victor talking machine
placing of a commercial office in the also joined the dry column by a ma- records for November will be on
heart of the business part of Titus- jority of less than twenty. Putnam sale at the Indian River Music House
ville is of great advantage to this county went dry by a very close vote next Tuesday and Wednesday. and
place. Titusville has been without and Dade county, which held her an open air concert of these records
telegraphic communication at all for election Tuesday went wet by 23 ma- will be given Wednesday night.
the time during which the recent jority. The trend of opinion in Flor- Those who want to make their se-
strike was on. and even before that ida seems to be to do away with sa- election of the November records will
commercial business had to tbe car- lhmns, but the line up shows the find that a splendid opportunity for
ried to the railway station in order people pretty evenly divided. Hills- doing so.
to be handled. The innovation is a boro. Monroe and l)uval art the The railway carpenter force pro-
next counties to vote on the ques- h
decided improvement antid shows t tiesvided separate waiting rooms at this
conclusively that the town is making ____n place yesterday. turning the bag-
marked improvements or the West- Orange and Grapefruit Trees gage room into a waiting room for
ern Union would not go to the ex- Grown at Shiloh. Fla.. on high colored people taking a part of the
pense of this installation. hickory hammock. Free from white express room for a baggage room.
tly. One year to two year old buds. thus cutting down the express de-
Church Notes Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful- apartment considerablv. S.-parate
Rev. W Stones will preach atly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
Rev. Wst. Stones wll preach at ion.J.W. GRFI. waiting rooms are being provided
Titusville on Sunday. Oct. 27th, at Shiloh. Fla. at stations all along the line.
11 a. m. Conference and Lord's -
Supper after the sermon. For Sale FURNITULRE.DRY. GOODS.SHOES>
Divine service will be held at St. One pair thoroughbred 4 months Beginning next Monday you will
Marks church. Cocoa, next Sunday old pups, cross between setter and receive with each CASH purchase, a
at I1 a. m.. and at St. Gabriels pointer, will be of right age to train ticket. When you have $25.(N worth.
atwhen season open s. Address )D.. care you can obtain a high grade talking
church, Titusville at 7:30 p. m. STAR office. machine on the most liberal terms
.. F CASand at a fraction of regular price.
o c AP FOR CAS. ers Cottage It will interest YOU.
ADout 88 acres of goodl high land on Myers cottage Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34
the east or owan side of the Indian river' Mrs. Kate Myers has changed the
at the Narrows, detcrihed as follows: Lot: name of her boarding house to Myers Draying
No. 3, pvetion :*, alo lot No. 3, section Cottage. This house (formerly the Draying or hauling fall kinds prompt-
T36, an d iownship 1 souved buth, fi 39 e.: Alpine cottage) is located on Hop- attended to. Mts all trains ov
This For further prculad usaddreso kins street, where Mrs. Myers will be wod for sale at all tinu.
E. M. Low. pleased to see all of her old patrons H. E. HOLTOs.
Brockton. Mass. and the traveling public generally. Tituaville, Fla.


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LOCAL GOSSIP

AND PERSONALS

Somting Abut the People of Tits-
011o as Thy CedMe ud Go
A cool drink at a cool place at
MANDY'S.
Clothing of the best make and in
endless variety of patterns at Kline's
Clothing Store.
Mr. W. J. Ragan, of Banyan, was
in town yesterday and paid THE STAR
office a short but pleasant call.
Our new price list is now ready for
dit slbution. Some prices are lower.
EAST COAST LUMER s& SUPPLY Co.
Did you say school shoes? Well,
go to Branning's, he has the largest
line, all standard makes, prices right.
Mr. W. H. Cresson, of City Point,
paid THE STAR office a pleasant call
Wednesday. Mr. Cresson is serving
his county this week in the capacity
of foreman of the grand jury.
Mrs. T. Blake Walker returned to
her home in Jacksonville last Friday
afternoon, after speeding a couple
of months with her father and moth-
er, Capt. and Mrs. Jas. Pritchard, of
this place.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morgan expect
to sail from England for New York
on the 9th proximo. Mrs. Morgan
and Master Roser expect to return
to Titusville, while Mr. Morgan will
probably locate in business some
where in.the south.
Our winter residents are begin-
ning to arrive in goodly numbers.
Tuesday Capt. W. H. Reed arrived
on his way to Canaveral, and Wed-
nesday Prof. J. H. Laflin arrived
from New York. There will be more
'coming nearly every day from now
on.


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FRIDAY, OCTOBERU 5, I


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I-LfGAL-CRIMINAL 1

Now Yok Trketlem i Rveltasm
Jehm B. MeDeasd. the man who
ult the first New York subway. was
t frM t o a sers of Important wit-
as bfet w the pubee asemvice eem-
inmn, which has coatimued its In-
wstaIom etf the Belmat-Ryan trae-
U1 combine. He admitted that he
had been pas(i $eO0s by Thomas P.
Ryan and his associates for the abro-
tisa eof a contract which he had a-
twed to build additional subways sad
tWt he was to receive, besides. an
samual payment of S!.k000 for rve
yjes. Thus bad his scheme for a
New York and New Jerse tun-
neL with system
at transfers for
the beseft eo the

to sieep.
The testimony
.rX1 of Anthony N.
Brady.part
Ryan. was wa
aazomn gcouse-





for unnamed
John B. McDoald. service were
eTried -O the Metropoltan books as
-mt. Counsel lvins had In his ps.-
Mdt=e a cheek for mlAS.007. whihe the
Metopolltan company had given to
Brady. ostensibly In payment tfoer a
franebher for a' Wall and Cortlandt
tret ferries railway. motwl#-ttliudig
that Brady testified that he received
oaly P25nMal for that franchise. Brady
admitted that the larger check was
seut*te him with a separate memoran-
"dum directing himn to write his personal
cheeks so as to divide the ST71I.a7 bal-
ame between Messrs. Ryan. Whitney.
Widener. Dolan and Elklna. On the
same day Mr. Ivris traced directly
Into the hands of Thomas F. Ryan
checks to the amount of r$S.000 for
which Ryan bhad never accounted.
These ebecks are Indorsed in Ryan's
*wn handwriting. H. H. Vreeland.
president of the company, was shown
to have drawn $300.000 above his sal-
ary tI the last ten years, of which more
than $180,000 was not accounted for at
all.
The three Philadelphia parties to the
deaL Widener. Dolan and R_ T. pow-
er. representing the Elkins estate. gave
out a statement Intended to explain
their share In the profits of the trans-
action. This is that the Identical pay-
ments represented in the Brady checks
constituted the repayments of loans
made to William C. Whitney. with in-
terest. The curious feature of this
explanation. however, which has at-
tracted attention. Is the similarity of
the amount and the similarity of the
explanation. As Mr. Whitney is dead
no one is able to smy whether bis share
is also for a loan which be had made
to himself.
Another sensational point blroughti
out In the Metropolitan Investigation
was the discovery that Thomasn F
Ryan had contributed $1rt000 toward
the expenses of the Natkonal Civk-
federation committee which went to
Europe to study the problem of mu-
niepal ownership and which recently
reported In favor of legalised monop-
oly. Counsel Irins bas In bin possession
three hebeeks to the order of August
Belmont for $5.000 each. drawn by the
Metropolitan company and uned by
Btelmont to pay the expenses of the
committee. In his letter calling for
the last $5.000 Mr. Belmont said. "The
work. as far as I understand it. Is
very satisfactory.-*
Tracing Oil Trust Loans.
In the course of the Standard Oil
bearing before Referee Ferris at New
York Government Counsel Kellogg
brought to light the fact loans ag-
gregating $32.761.700 were made last
year iy the Standard Oil Company of
New York to outside Interests, but
which Vice President Tilford of the
oil trust could not remember about.
The evidence of these loaus was found
in last year's balance sheet, which was
produced in court When asked direct-
ly what this account meant Tllford re-
plied bluntly. "' do not know." or "1
cannot recall." To secure this infor-
mation the treasurer of the company.
W. 0. Roekefeller, sa OC William.
the brother of John, was subpoenaed.


It was thought that possibly these vast
loans which officials of the Standard
could not explain might coucea* the
parthase of ostensible rivals.
On a peedinlg day the spectacle wa


pesnsted of the head of an oil conm-
pany reputed to be a competitor of the
Standard, the New York Lubricating
Oil company. refusing on cross exam-
Inateio to put In the hands of the
Standard counsel the private papers
and original contracts of the firm. He
said he would not thus put In Jeopardy
Information which could be used
against his concern. The fact was
brought out bere that all the big rail-
eeds pay from $30000 to $100.000
more for their lubricants bought of
the Standard than would be the cost
at the rates charged by the indepead-
ent company. A complete balance
sheet and income account of the oil
trust were made public for the first
time. They showed that. while the
company paid 14000000 In dividends
last year. more than MJOMJOW00 was
carried In the income account. leaving a
surplus of nearly $44.000000. This made
a total surplus of $261.000.000. The
balance sheet shows total assets about
$371.u64=t.53 The value of the various
subsidiary companies is given. Rec-
ords of the liquidating trustees were
Introduced to show that the dissolu-
tion of the trust, which occurred osten-
sibly In 18W2. never occurred.
Tobu Trust Makes Answer.
The American Tobacco company has
ffied Its answer in the suit begun by
the United States government last
July. The answer of the trust and of
the codefeodants, Including Thomas F.
Ryan, James B. Duke. Oliver H. Payne
and Anthony N. Brady. directors, Is
that. while the trust has combined
many companies and Interests into one.
It has no power to control the indus-
try In which It engages. The trust
holds that so long as brands of cigars
remain In existence competition can-
not be destroyed, because It to a strug-
gle between brands and not between
factories. It holds that brands have
their strength In the fact that tobacco
is a luxury, the consumer desiring
only that his taste shall be satisfied.
The trust denies that the United Cigar
Stores company, which alms to monop-
olsie the retail trade, was started by
the American Tobacco company. It
credits this vast retail business to
George J. Whalen and associates and
says that they entered the field In spite
of the opposition of the trust. It Is
admitted that now the trust owns
O000.000 out of $900.000 worth of stock
In the United Cigar Stores company.


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ballot will be determined by the state
ballot law committee and by the courts.
The friends of Whitney charge the reg-
ulars with high handed and violent
methods in controlling the convention.
District Attorney Moran of Boston was
turned down. his assistant. Dennison
being nom***ted
Hearst-Rpublican Fusion.
Fusion has been arranged In the New
York city local contest between the
Indp6 n.ne league and the Repub-
licans. It Includes the no"atlon of
hmsen, Hearst's political manager, for
sheriff.
Governors For All Waterways.
The formal expression of the views
of the seventeen governors who ac-
companied President Roosevelt to
Memphis last week was made In a res-
olution which declares that **waterway
regulation is rate regulation- and that
consequently they favor the Improve-
ment of all waterways of this country
and that these improvements ought to
be placed on a continuing basis. They
favor also the digging of a deep wa-
terway channel from the takes to the
gulf through the Des Plalnes. Illinois
and Mississippi rivers large enough to
admit the passage of ocean going ves-
sels. Congress is asked to take speedy
action to this end.
Boston Legislators Indicted.
The grand Jury at Boston has indict-
ed two state senators. Bromberg and
McLeod. Representative McDonald. a
former representative and two alder-
men on the charge that they solicited
employment from the New England
Telephone and Telegraph company for
their friends. this being believed to It
contrary to the law passed by the leg
Islature of 1903 forbidding such solci-
tation. All of the men pleaded guilty
and were released on $1.000 bail each.


EXECUTIVE

States Cannot Aid Immigration.
Attorney General Bonaparte has ren-
dered an oplulon to the effect that the
action of a state in furnishing financial
assistance or giving promise of em-
ploysnent to secure immigration is a
violation of the Imnaigration laws. un-
der which the state is in precisely the
same standing as an Individual. The
occasion of this opinion was the case
of one Geronimo Garcla. who came to


Moett's Charges Unsustained. New Orieans rrom Cuub. na is amge
The examination of President James money having ween paid by the Lou
A. Moffett of the Standard Oil Cor- islana state board of agriculture and
pany of Indiana by the federal grand immigration. He had also jeen given
jury at Chicago resulted In a complete assurance that employment as a farm
failure to show any shipper who re- laborer would be secured for him. and
ceived rebates from the Alton railway be had promised to return to the state
similar to those granted to the Stand- the money advanced for his passage.
ard Oil company. The jury was then Army Officers Stand Test.
dismissed. In the first test of horsemanship and
Frank Marrin Convicted. endurance in the saddle which Presi-
The prime mover in the Storey Cot- dent Roosevelt recently ordered for
ton company swindle, with beadquar- army officers held near Washiugton all
ters in Philadelphia. which was ex- of the participants stood the ordeal
posed and put out of business more successfully.
than two years ago. has now been
Inought to justice Frank C. Marrin. [ COIE RC IALI
;all.s "Juadge" l-'rFnklin Stone. after an l E
extended trial has ten found guilty
of sing the nnmails for fraudulent pur- Harriman Holds on to U. P.
lposI The maxiununi penalty is 30.- The annual Ktrs or two years in prison, or both the U-nion Pait-ii railroad at Salt


Christian Scientists Convicted.
Mr and Mrs. Edwin M. Watson
V'hrlstl:mn Scientists .of Mount Holly
N J were convicted of manslaughter
in having i i.,;:'t'ted to .': l! : 1 hyt. i.-'in j
*'or ih*- treaty iten o(if their three-year- I
olid s.n. who died of meiniugitis. The
**-tremie penalty I. tiftfeen years' inm
1srioknAimetit. ilut Ilic ;at tritneys for the
;at-'*' st4. Iflrsious as.ert that they wi''
*-arry the case to the hi=he-st court if
ue -esamary


POLITICAL

Massachusetts Democrats Split.
.Ma sz.-hunetts failed too zt t<,,-rher
in the v-tiit SNIritntleltd. and i
in l-,1sii iel|ie c
v adilatet
fIil governor i1
tevre nuouinated
by different fat- '
tionus Charles
Barrett waq
uolintated lIy
the regular con-
vention and
Henry M Whit-
ney by the bolt-
ing faction. The
question as to I
which ticket a
will be placed
o0 the official Henry M. Whitney


!.ake City resulted in a complete
triumph for the Hlarriman ticket. al-
thtuglh there wa14 a protesting minor-
ity at the uieeting. For the first time
in years the m;i:ntte-s of the executive
* of what the- management had done.
They showed that in February a deal
iadl l'in :umade to pure-h;ase a large-
:locvk of .sto.-k the lkailway Sec.uri
tie-s colnpa.tiy haiI froli Stuiiyve-sa
lF'i-h.t tihos -lin-hiahg Ilarritnaat's hold
on the lllinois Central. of which the
former is a holding comipauy. The
U'niuoi P1-'tifc !:'s :alo Inmade large land
p1rurh.a'.'e- in Wasi hinaTii and Bil ritish
* ,olt liut,: o-.1t:inin;: coal deposits. The
;in;irt.i!:il stati-:nent of the entire sys
teni <"ho -ul I:not earhniings of $"24.74.1.-
4N0. :aal inii rea.-e of $3.:3AS.(fl over the
reviews year. This t|oiew not lncludie
re-Eiipts from sttok hbollin.s amouant-
il:: tlo $1 l.."S S.tnI
Report of Western Union.
The :annual report of the Westernl
I'lmi" Tele-ralph company shows an
in-rease of $2.1*'.751 In revenues. the
toat: of which were -2a.. .4, Thl-
was. olff-.set l. aon Increase of $'.V_7.
1'4 Ih the expenses. bringing the net
income down to $6.324.21).
Steel Trust Breaks Record.
Ac.tcordng to the Iron Age. steel pro
duction and cons.uaption are still pro-
seedilng at a very bigh rate, the out-
put of all works for September being
1.417.153 tons. )o Oct 2 the i i:s ,of


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the United States MStel .-a.t-Uon
broke all records by producing 483S
tons of angots In a single day. The
pig iron markets are dulL
GQod Rock Island Earnigs
Advance copies of the Onancial state-
ment of the Rock Island railroad show
total earnings of $10.42340. an In-
crease of $1.000.5S. Notwitbhtanding
an increase of nearly $6.0.000 In op-
erating expenses the net earnings were
$1.194M.278. an increase of S3.023.47&
The report calls attention to the fact
that ave states in which the road op-
erats have enacted two cent rate
laws. and other laws have reduced
freight rates. This says the report,
has been due to a "misconpth.a oft
the actual coodtf9p" -
Accidents and Dividends.
Much discussion has been caused by
the report of the Philadelphia Rapid
Transit company for the last feial
year. showing a deicit of over $364,-
000. while during the same period the
company paid damage clatims for acci-
dents to the amount of $1.217.588, or
7 per cent of the gross receipts. This
does not include the cost of the legal
staff in defending suite. Commenting
on these figures. Collier's says that
-when traction companies thb.ghoot
the country are coupjlied to choose
between killings and dividends they
will find ways to prevent the kilUn."


I RELIGIOUS
Diverse Resolution Defeated.
The house of bishops of the general
convention of the Episcopal church In
session at Rihebmond. Va.. has voted
down the resolution offered by Bishop
Done of Albany which was designed
to commit tlh church to the rule of de-
nying marriage to any divorced person
having husband or wife living. The
men's offering to missions amounted
to $1.000.000.
Did Solomon Write Songs?
Professor Paul Haupt of the Johnb
Hopkins university of Baltimore, who
has just completed his translation of
the Song of Solomon from the origi-
nal texts, asserts that this famous col-
lection of poetical effusions was writ-
ten fully 000 years after the reign of
Solomon. which was in 950 B. C.. and
that it was written in the neighbor-
hood of Damascus.

"r--'*---o'ia's Deadly Work
had so seriously affected my right lung,"
writes Mrs. Fannie Connor, of Rural
Route 1, Georgetown, Tenn., "that I
coughed continuously night and day and
the neighbors' prediction-consumption---
seemed inevitable, until mv husband
brought home a bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery, which in my case proved to be
the only real cough cure and restorer of
weak, sore lung." When all other rem-
edies utterly fail, you may still win in the
battle against throat and lung troubles
with New Discovery, the real cure. Guar-
anteed bv the Banner Drug Store and Ti-
tosville Pharmacy. 50c. and $1.00. Trial
bottle free.

Accidents will happen, but the best regu-
lated families keep Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil
for such emergencies. It subdues the pain
and heals the hurts.


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Scores of Florida Citisens Have
Learned It
If you suffer from backache,
There is one way to cure it.
The perfect way is to cure the kidneys.
A bad hack means sick kidneys.
Neglect it, urinary troubles follow.
Doan's Kidney Pills are made for kid-
neys only.
S. B. lemons, cigannaker. living at
1311 Ashley Street, Tampa, Fla.. says;
"I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they
cured me of backache and disorder of the
kidneys. Two or three times on account
of the pain in my back I was unable to
go to work for several days. The secre-
tions of the kidneys were in a very bad
condition, dark in color and if allowed
to stand would become of the consistency
of jelly. I tried various remedies taking
what seemed like gallons of medicine and
I also put on plasters, but nothing help-
ed me at all until I got Doan's Kidney
Pills upon the advice of a friend of mine,
and using them according to directions
they cured me in a very short time."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foeter-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.

Clay and Orange are two of the latest
to jump on to the "water-wagon."

Lest We
forget-baby is restless, can't sleep at
night, won't eat, cries spasmodically. A
bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge never
fails to cure. Every mother should give
her baby White's Cream Vermifuge. So
many times when the baby is pale and
fretful, the mother does not know what
to do. A bottle of this medicine would
bring color to his cheeks and laughter to
his eyes. Give it a trial. Sold by Ban-
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VOL. XXVIII TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1907 NO. 27


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:. DOINGS OF THEPRESENT Fall Fashions For Men''' LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's !I ]LOCAL GOSSIP .



IJ.. ', S WEEK WINTER Advance showing styles including of FALL Schloss and AND INCIDENTSPersonal Bargains In Every Department AND PERSONALS

biD Bros. & Co's famous MONDAY, OCTOBER 28,1907. t.

Pungent lotes Pertaining to Events I "Correct Clothes for Gentlemen" Paragraphs About People that I During all of my fifteen years of Something Abont the People of Titus-

tc Transpiring About Tom I I I invitation Consider to this yourself-a, please,personal a personal in- Travel Here and There I business large and career more my complete stock was than neveras it is Title as They Come and Go. ".
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A cool drink at a cool place atMANDY'S. vitation to come and get acquaintedwith Fine Box Candies at the Banner now. Although goods have been advancing : A cool drink at a cool place at .
rapidly in price still have
I' the best and latest fashions inmen's Drug Store. I them at prices that are we right. You MANDY'S.

Mrs. W. N. Henry, of Fort Pierce, wear. There were two beach parties last can get here just what you want and Clothing of the best make and in '.

_. is here on a visit with relatives. tion We now are because specially fall urgent, as you about probably this invita-know, Sunday. They report a delightfultrip. when you want it. endless variety of patterns at Kline'sClothing
is the great time of when fashions It would be impossible to enumerate t -
year
The largest and best line of boys'and Store.
'- \ change, and the advance styles for the COM- all the bargains we have for you
girls' school shoes will be found ing season are shown in greatest variety and W. L. Douglass shoes in endless for Monday as it would take almost Mr. W. J. Ragan, of Banyan, was
attractiveness.
S at Branning's.Miss variety of styles at Kline's Shoe De- this entire paper to describe them, so in town yesterday and paid THE STAR 4
Our New Stock is just in, and we just mention a few specials. 4 't
Jamie White, of Sanford, we want you to see it. Never bef9re partment.The Ladies' black voile skirts, with office a shqrt but pleasant call.

. arrived Saturday on a visit to her in all our experience have we been annual report of licenses issuedin wide folds of taffeta, worth $15.00, Our new price list is now ready for "

cousin, Miss Leona Carruthers. able to assemble such a splendid line Brevard will be found this weekon special $10.98. distribution. Some prices are lower.

S Mr. H. F. Brinton, of Pittsburg, of stylish garments. Come in! page 5., I! Blue chiffon panama, made in the EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co.
WINSTON S. BRANNING latest style, with two folds of taffeta
- who went to Banana river last week, Full line of Standard and Favorite I to match, worth$10.00, special$6.98. Did you say school shoes? Well,

returned north the first of this week. Titusville, Florida. sewing machines now in stock at In- Black panama, with folds of same go to Branning's, he has the largest '

Boys' knee pants, in endless variety dian River Music House. material to match, special $6.49. line, all standard makes, prices right.
r Circuit Court Now in Session Ladies' tailor made shirt waists, .
, of patterns, prices ranging from The fall term of circuit court has Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Field, of In- made of an excellent quality of lin- Mr. W. H. Cresson, of City Point, .
F 50 cents to $1.50 at Klines' Clothing dianola, are spending the week in ene, with ten rows of pleats, worth paid THE STAR office a pleasant call
been in session this week since Tues-
' Store. town, stopping with Mrs. Mendel. $2.00, special $1.49. Wednesday. Mr. Cresson is serving
day with Hon. Minor S. Jones presiding -, Black taffeta silk waists hand
Mrs. Wm. C. Norwood of West em- his
county this week in the
Boys YOU should see the fine assort- broidered capacityof
Hon. J. C. Jones prosecutingfor special 598.
Palm Beach, arrived last Saturday of that foreman of the grand
ment knickerbocker jury.
the state, with A. A. Stewart as pants Black elastic fluffy ruffle belts
on a visit to her father-in-law, W. have arrived at Winston S.Bran- with metal buckles 59 Mrs. T.
clerk, and J. P. Brown sheriff.As just gun special Blake Walker returned to :k
y S. Norwood, and family. cents. her home
usual in Brevard there is .ning's. in Jacksonville last Friday
very Black Altmann voile, this name is a
of TitusSvile
t Some of the young men little criminal business on the docket Miss Helen Miller returned from guarantee for the best that is made, afternoon, after spending a coupleof

. held a meeting Tuesday night and the states attorney will probably St. Petersburg Saturday, leavingher 44 inches wide, special $1.49 per. yard months with her father and

r .t looking forward to organizing a bring the criminal proceedings to a sister somewhat improved but and the same in navy blue. ,er, Capt. and Mrs. Jas. moth:1
. lodge of Knights Pythias here. still ill. Danish cloth in all the latest shades I this place.
close by tomorrow.On very including shades 22 inches r
evening
F 75 Special prices in men's top shirts, Wednesday the case against J. K. McDonald, receiver of the wide, special 18 cents per,yard. I Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Morgan expectto

; excellent patterns, 'light and dark, Aaron Harris, for breaking and en- Ft. Dallas National Bank, of Miami, Brown brilliantine, 38 inches wide, sail from England for New Yorkon

o.= the famous Princely shirt, special 59 tering with intent to commit a mis- was called to Washington last Sat- brown is a popular shade this season, the 9th proximo. Mrs. Morganand
1 t', : cents each at Kline's Clothing Store. worth 85 cents, special 59 cents. Master Rosser
,
--- ; demeanor, was called up. Harris urday on official business. Special prices in table linens and expect to returnto

Mr..and Mrs. J. Begg moved into plead guilty to the charge and Judge Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins accompaniedMr. napkins to match. Titusville, while Mr. Morgan will

,:{ the Monroe cottage Wednesday, Jones sentenced the youth to three Robbins to Tallahassee Sundayas All wool California blankets, 10-4s, probably locate in business some

and Mr. Raybun Battle, who occu- years in the state reformatory. Har- he passed through on his way to with wide silk binding, worth $5.00, where in.the south. 1

pied the same, moved into the Fischer ris broke into special $3.49 per pair.
: a store at Eau Gallie the state capital from Miami. Ladies' black mercerized silk hose, Our winter residents are begin-

+ cottage Tuesday. several months ago and rifled.-- the Mrs. B. R. Wilson expects to visit these are the famous Onyx brand,, ning to arrive in goodly numbers. +'

- Mr. F. C. Gifford, one of Vero's cash drawer. her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Thomas; special-3 pair for $1.00. Tuesday Capt. W. H. Reed arrivedon

N enterprising young men, called at The grand jury has been making a at Orangedale, the first of next of Mail the above orders promptly filled on any his way to Canaveral, and Wednesday ,

455 THE STAR office Saturday on his way close investigation into affairs per- week, accompanied by her daughter Juuus goods.KLINE, Titusville. Prof. J. H. Laflin arrived i

,. home, from a visit to his fatherinlaw taining to the general welfare of the Miss Helen. 'Phone No. 8. from New York. There will be more

Capt. N. N. Penny, at Nathan, county: the following citizens serving Campmeeting started Tuesday coming nearly every day from now t.

Banana river. upon that honorable body: up Oranges Unfit to Eat on. ,
and large crowds of excursionistsare
The dickey birds are chirping it W. H. Cresson, foreman; Jas. Tuttle expected to arrive here from The orange crop is now beginningto Mr. Keiswetter, a Columbus, Ohio, t

very quietly about, that wedding J. R. Carter, J. R. Livingston, every part of the East Coast tomor-I. move, though the fruit is unfitto banker, has begun the erection of awinter

bells will peal merrily forth very E.R. Provost, T. A. Drake, Walter row and Sunday. eat. Every carload and every home in New Smyrna. Mr.

I shortly and that a young man from Hatter, R. Murphy, Jno. R. Fields box of such fruit should beconfiscated and Mrs. Keiswetter have been com-

another state will wed one of NorthBrevard's 0. N. Campbell, G. L. Mandaville, .n Mayor W. H. Sebring. of Jackson-. and destroyed at its destination I ing to Indian river for several years'

fair daughters.Mr. E. W. Booth, J. R. Nicholson, R. B. uie, nas been receiving commUnI- by the health authorities as detri- past, cruising along the coast in

A. B. Yelvington, who bought LaRoche, Henry Benecke, E. H. Nau- cations from different parts of the mental to the public health. This their motor boat and stopping most ,
I state, and the most reliable reports
one of the Wiley cottages, from Mrs. clerk.man, S. F. Gray, E. M. Whaley, place the present crop of orangesnot would put a stop to the shipment of of the time at Ponce Park. .

Walker has the building on its new I over 2,000,000 boxes, and as green oranges instanter.EustisLake Mr. Geo. E. Sebring, of Sebring,
The
grand jury is still in session
location, on Palm street, and Con- this proof of this fact, the buyers are Region. Ohio, is very enthusiastic over the .
Friday and their
morning
tractor Hall has just moved another gen- proposed establishment of Chau-
a
eral will be I buying at $2.50 per box f. o. b. at
of the cottages to the lot at corner presentment publishednext the different groves.Commercial Wet and Dry ElectionsThe tauqua in Daytona and he will do
week.
of Main and Palm. elections held in Florida in his share toward the financial end !

Fippen Adams, piano tuner, of St. Extension Work Progressing Telegraph Office the past week or two to decide the of the project. He is personally ac-

Augustine, will be in Titusville about Tuesday afternoon the first trainon The commercial office of the Western ,liquor question have been very close quainted with Clarence B.Strouse

the latter part of November on his the extension to Key West reached Union Telegraph Co. was openedfor i-uncomfortably so in two instances. and speaks of that gentleman in the

regular professional trip to this city. business at this place Wednesdaywith Orange county went dry last week highest terms of praise.
the lower end of
Long Key, or:
Please leave your orders for tuning Mr. J. T. Knox in charge. The by a majority of two. Clay county The new Victor talking machine j
specifically the
more speaking, to
approach -
early at the Indian River Music to the viaduct placing of a commercial office in the also joined the dry column by a majority records for November will be on
Long Key one
House, as his time here will be limit- of the greatest concrete bridges in heart of the business part of Titus- of less than twenty. Putnam sale at the Indian River Music House

ed. the world. ville is of great advantage to this county went dry by a very close vote next Tuesday and Wednesday, and

the place. Titusville has been without and Dade county, which held her an open air concert of these records :
Today men are at work laying
Fish Business Changes Hands election Tuesdaywent wet by 23 ma- .
communication all for will be
the track the trestle telegraphic at given Wednesday night.
across bridge
I The latter of last week the jority. The trend of opinion in Florida -
part and from that onto the the time during which the recent Those who want to make their selection -
fish business of the Southern Fish concrete pier: seems to be to do away with saloons -
of the
November records
strike was on, and even before that will
Co., at this place, passed into the which is nearing completion and over but the line up shows the
hands of the Brevard Fish Co. The this it is expected to run trains bj commercial business had to be car- divided. Hills- find that a splendid opportunity for
latter assumes charge of ried to the railway station in order people pretty evenly : doing so.
company the first of January, there being on- I I
boro Monroe and Duval the I
the fish house recently used by the ly few piers to sink and to be handled. The innovation is a are i The railway carpenter force provided -
a more com-
former, and Mr. A. Brady is alsoi I next counties to vote on the que8I -
another building erected plete when that part of the work will decided improvement and show I tion. separate waiting rooms at this 1

near having the present quarters of the( be, finished. conclusively that the town is making !I I place yesterday turning the baggage .

i Brevard Fish Co. which that com- Below Long Key men are at workon marked improvements or the west-I Orange and Grapefruit Trees I room into a waiting room for .

pany will also use for the purpose of several keys connecting Long Key; ern Union would not go to expense Grown at Shiloh, Fla.. on high I I colored people taking a part of the

storing empty barrels and fishing and Knights Key, where another immense of this installation. I hickory hammock. Free from white express room for a baggage room.

M' paraphernalia. viaduct is to be built. The ----- ----- I' fly. One year to two year old buds. I thus cutting down the express de- !.
"; Church Notes Prices from 25 to 3.,cents. Careful-I II
The Alpine Hotel present work consists of grading and and delivered partment considerably. Separate
ly packed at Hill
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at
t" Titusville, Fla., F. A. Lesley, man- preparing for track, the object beingto station. J. W. GRIFFIS, waiting rooms are being provided
Ikt.. ager. On the European plan-furnished run trains to Knights Key when Titusville on Sunday, Oct. 27th, at Shiloh, Fla. I I at stations all along the line.
11 Conference and Lord'sSupper
lunch. Cen a. m.
; rooms and quick I -----
the concrete construction shall have I
:: trally located. after the sermon. i i j For Sale 1 FUR ITUREDRY, GOODS.SHOES
-- been commenced not later than the
if' Smoking Tobaccos first of the )'eal. Divine service will be held at St. I I One pair thoroughbred months I Beginning next Monday you will .

; Work is also Marks church, Cocoa, next Sundayat ', old pups, cross between setter and receive with each CASH purchase, a
underway at Knights
,, Sensation, Duke's Mixture Bull 11 and at St. Gabriels :i pointer, will be of right age to train ticket. When you have$2..00 worth,
U. S. Marine, Old English Key, pile driving having been started a. m. ; "I
I Durham, j when season opens. Address D., care you can obtain a high grade talking
Curve Cut, Van Bibber,Turkish Trophies for the bridge work which is to lead church, Titusville at 7:30 p. m. I.STAR office. machine on the most liberal terms

White Rolls. from the land to the point where the ---- and at a fraction of regular price.It .
', BANNER DRUG STORE.. MM SAL ciifcp tort CASH. will interest YOU.
concrete work is to begin, it being a I t Myers Cottage
About 88 acres of good high land on I Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34
Stove WoodI necessary preliminary to the same. the east or otvan aide of the Indian riverat r. Mrs. Kate Myers has changed the

am offering 16-inch pine stove The work at all points along the the Narrow, described as follows: Lot I name of her boarding house to Myers Draying *
35 also lot No. 3 section
No. 3, pvtion ,
'.' wood that has never been turpen- extension is reported to be progress- 36;in township south, range 39 east.I1 Cottage. This house (formerly the Drayinjror: hauling of all kinds prompt.
,., tined. All other wood you buy now ing better than ever before and the This land u unimproved but finely lo-,, Alpine cottage) is located on Hop- ly attended to. Mats all trains. Stove
\'\ has been turpentined; 25 cords cut cated. For further particulars addreea kins street, where Mrs. Myers will be Hood for fale at all t Int'So
next few months will show marked
and dried ready for delivery. a E. M. Low.Brockton I pleased to see all of her old patrons H. E. IlOLTOX
G. G. HOWARD. advancement of it. Mass. and the traveling public generally. Titusville, Fla.

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t .I the United States Steel corporationbroke

: all records by producing 4S, J2t
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w-f WHIT m TiiruAMivirivAmiLEGALCRIMINAL pig iron markets are dulL

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Good Rock Island Earnings. Scores of Florida Citizens Have

Advance copies of the financial statement Learned It

of the Rock Island railroad show

total earnings of $00.238.420. an increase If you suffer from backache,

of $0,000.562. Notwithstandingan There is one way to cure it.

l :, cal. ici Increase of nearly $6OOtJ.UOO in op- The perfect way is to cure the kidneys.A .
+
." i .__' / tia rz erating expenses the net earnings were bad back means sick kidneys.

;.0j' $19.1 W.278. an increase of $3.lJow.

\.. The report calls attention to the fact Doan's Kidney Pills are made for kid-
+ "\ that five states in which the road op-

'--i +., : "::> :A. : erates have enacted two cent rate neys only.S. .

+/" ...: laws and other laws have reduced B. lemons, cigarmaker. living at
1311 Ashley Street, Tampa, Fla., say=;
presented of the head of an oil company ballot will be determined by the state freight rates. This says the report, "I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they

r ; I reputed 'to be a
.t t'} Standard the New York Lubricating The friends of Whitney charge the reg. the actual conditions. kidneys. Two or three times on account

Accidents and Dividends. of the"pain in my back I was unable to
Oil company, refusing on cross examInation ulars with high handed and violent
-..r- York Traction Revelations. to work for several days. The secretions
Nsw In Much discussion has been caused by go
to put the hands of the methods in controlling the convention. '
:c
built the first New York subway was and original contracts of the firm. lie I turned down his assistant. Dennlson. Transit company for the last fiscal to stand would become of the consistencyof I

rI : t- the first of a series of Important witnesses said he would not thus put in jeopardy I being nominated. year showing a deficit of over $364- jelly. I tried various remedies taking

fi' Y., before the public service com- Information which could be used Hearst-Republican Fusion. 000. while during the same period the what seemed like gallons of medicine andI

v mission which has continued Its Investigation against his concern. The fact was Fusion has been in the New company paid damage claims for acci- also put on plasters, but nothing helped
arranged
of the Belmont-Ryan tray brought out here that all the big railroads dents to the amount of $1.217.586, or me at all until I got Doan's Kidney 1

tion combine. He admitted that hex pay from $30000 to $100.000 York city local contest between the 7 per cent of the gross receipts. This Pills upon the advice of a friend of mine, i

: had been $260.000 by Thomas F. Independence league and the Repub- of the and using them according to directions i
; paid more for their lubricants bought of does not include the cost legal "
? ., Ryan and his associates for the abrogation the Standard than would be the cost licans. It includes the nomination of staff in defending suits Commentingon they cured me in a very short time. ,;'
Ihmsen. Hearst's for
,
F of a contract which be had en- at the rates charged by the independent sheriff political manager these figures. Collier's says that For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. t

i ; ." ';. tered to build additional subways and company. A complete balance "when traction companies throughoutthe Foster-Milturn Co.. Buffalo, New York, 1

"Y' that he was to receive besides an sheet and income account of the oil Governors For All Waterways.The country are compelled to choose sole agents for the United States. 1

t' 1 ?": annual payment of $TiOOOO for five trust were made public for the first formal expression of the viewsof between killings and dividends they Remember other. the nameDoan'sandtake .

s. .;; years. Thus had his scheme for aNew time. They showed that while the the seventeen governors who accompanied will find ways to prevent the killings." no I

_: York and New Jersey tunneL President Roosevelt to
$40.000.000 in dividends
F company paid Clay and Orange are two of the latest 1
wa with last week made in
,, system Memphis was a resolution -
last year more than $83.000.000 was
f
of transfers for which declares that "waterway I RELIGIOUSDivorce I to jump on to the "water-wagon.
carried in the income account leaving a
the benefit of the regulation is rate regulation" and that
a C surplus of nearly$44.000.000. This madea Lest We 1
public been put consequently they favor the Improvement
total surplus of 261000000. The Resolution Defeated.
to sleep of all waterways of this country forget-baby is restless, can't sleep at
balance sheet shows total about
assets
f'", ': u The. testimony and that these improvements ought to The house of bfshops of the general night, won't eat, cries spasmodically. A
I $3ila1,532. The value of the various
,' .; l of Anthony X. be placed on a continuing basis. They convention of the Episcopal church in bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge never
I subsidiary companies is given. Records session at Richmond.,. has voted fails to cure. Every mother should give
favor also
. Brady partner the digging of a deep Waterway
t. i of the liquidating trustees were down the resolution offered by Bishop her baby White's Cream Vermifuge So
of Thomas F. channel from the lakes to the
'i' ., .::1 introduced to show that the dissolution Doane of Albany which was designedto many times when the baby is pale and

a i Ryan was an of the trust which occurred ostensibly gulf through the Des Plalnes. Illinois commit the church to the rule of de- fretful, the mother does not know whatto
"_ ? ,: amazing confes- In 1S92. never occurred. and Mississippi( rivers large enough to do. A bottle of this medicine would
1 : ;','. .. ,: i- : .sion of financial admit the passage of ocean going vessels nying marriage to any divorced person bring color to his cheeks and laughter to

.',,' t.:,,:-i, j ,. ugglery in which Tobacco Trust Makes Answer. Congress is asked to take speedy having husband or wife living Themen's his eyes. Give it a trial. Sold by Ban
I:" t t- large sums of The American Tobacco company has action to this end. offering to missions amountedto ner Drug Store and Titusville Pharmacy.

)i-. r money paid to filed its answer In the suit begun by Boston Legislators Indicted. 1000000. t

).'1\--. different persons the United States government last Did Solomon Write Songs?
{ '' July The answer of the trust and of The grand jury at Boston has indicted CASTORIAFor
:l : for unnamed Professor Paul Haupt of the Johns
r ,4 John McDonald. two state senators. Bromberg and
the
codefendants. including Thomas F.
services were Hopkins university of Baltimore who
:-r'" >, 't 1 "; Z, carried on the Metropolitan books as Ryan. James B. Duke. Oliver II Payne McLeod. Representative McDonald a has just completed his translation of Infants and Children.
former and aldermen
:," <- '. assets. Counsel Ivins had in his possession and Anthony N. Brady directors Is on representative the charge that they two solicited- the Song of Solomon from the original The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears

f tr -'. 'i.. > a check for $'J05.t>07. which the that while the' trust has combined texts asserts that this famous col,
: employment from the New England
'-t, '. Metropolitan company had given toI many companies and Interests into one. and for lection of poetical effusions was writ- theSignature
*. Telephone! Telegraph company
i ( Brady ostensibly in payment for a It has no power to control the Industry their friends this being believed to to ten fully GOO years after the reign of of

; franchise for a* Wall and ,Cortlandt : In which It engages. The trust Solomon which was in OTjO B c., and .
/- -: contrary to the law passed by the legislature
I'f ..-: rte'street ferries railway notwithstanding holds that so long as brands of cigars that it was written in the neighbor i
of 1003 forbidding such solici
< :,> that Brady testified that he received remain In existence competition can- hood of Damascus."Pneumonia's.
All of
tation. the men pleaded guilty
i
,f f" j a,:.., only $230.000 for that franchise Brady not be destroyed, because It is a strug- and were released on $1.000 bail each. !
"' .' ,. '- admitted that 'the larger check was gle between brands and not between
PUAMBRLA1S S
.7y ... sent to him with a separate memoranlum factories It holds that brands have Deadly Work
5'
:(ir .. .< directing him to write his personal their strength in the fact that tobaccois I EXECUTIVEStates I "
had! so seriously affected my right lung,
K r '. checks so as to divide the $713.007 bal- a luxury the consumer desiring writes Mrs. Fannie Connor, of Rural *R%

i ? is: : ance between Messrs. Ryan. Whitney. only that his taste shall be satisfied Route 1, Georgetown, Tenn, "that I p

1 : 4 Widener. Dolan and Elklns. On the The trust denies that the United Cigar Cannot Aid Immigration. coughed continuously night and day and -

t l i- > same day Mr. Ivins traced directly Stores company which aims to monopolize Attorney Oneral Bonaparte! has rendered the neighbors' prediction-consumption-

J :f--t. -" into the hands of Thomas ,F. Ryan the retail trade was started by an opinion to the effect that the seemed inevitable, until mv husband D: mmImlA
,
it" -> checks to the amount of $50.000 fort the American Tobacco company It action of a state in furnishing financial brought home a bottle of Dr. King's New

; ;" ) a> which Ryan had never accounted. credits this vast retail business to assistance or giving promise of employment Discovery, which in my case proved to be

I q; These checks are indorsed in Rjan's George J. Whalen and associates and to secure Immigration Is a the only real cough" cure and restorer of A
weak, sore lungs. When all other remedies t
.f.[ ... I own handwriting. II. II. Vreeland. says that they entered the field In spite violation of the immigration laws under utterly fail you may still a in in the t

> .> < president of the {company was shown of the opposition of the trust It Is which the state is in precisely the battle against throat and lung troubles A few doses of this remedy will invariably ;

r-. '.-, :' ..J''f. to have drawn JOOOOO> above hN salt admitted that now the trust owns same standing as an Individual The with New Discovery, the real cure. Guaranteed cure an ordinary attack of

t ? : i $ ary In the last ten years, of which more r,00.000 out of $900000 worth of stockIn occasion of this opinion was the case bv the Bann Drug Store and Ti- diarrhoea.It .

,i; ? than $180,000 was not accounted for at the United Cigar Stores company. of one Geronimo Garcia who came to tusville Pharmacy. 50a and f 1.00. Trial can always be depended upon

ft all Moffett's Charges Unsustamed. New Orleans from Cuba his passage bottle free.Accidents. even in the more severe attacks of
cramp colic and cholera morbus.
: ,
The three Philadelphia parties to the money having tern paid by the Lou :
The examination of President James It is equally successful for summer ;:1
t : deaL Widener. Dolan and R T. Bower A Moffett of the Standard Oil Com- Isiana state board of agriculture and will happen. but the best regulated diarrhoea and cholera infantnm in
k
Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil
. .. ,' representing the Elkins estate gate pany of Indiana by the federal grand Immigration lie had also fjeen: given for such families emergencies.keep It subdues the jam children, and is the means of saving

. out a statement Intended to explain Jury at Chicago resulted in a complete assurance that employment a farmlabot't.'r and heals the hurts. the lives of many children each year.
1 i would be secured for him. and When reduced with water and
their share In the profits of the transaction failure to show any shipper who received ---- --- .
.. This is that the identical pay rebates from the Alton railway he had promised to return to the state C.A.STOn.X.4. sweetened it is pleasant to take

.. ;'f i Ii meiits represented in the Brady checks similar to those granted to the Standard the money advanced for his passage Sean tae its KItI Yua Haim Always lSalld htflignatnre I this Every remedy man in of his a family home. should!Buy it now.keep

I- constituted the repayments of loans 011 company The Jury was then Army Officers Stand Test. G I' PRICE, 25c. LARGE SIZE, 5oc.

M-T. made to William C. Whitney with interesL dismissed In the first test of horsemanship and Q! .

i t. -.' The curious feature of this Frank Marrin Convicted.The I endurance in the saddle which President .
-t i ; explanation. however, which has attraded Roosevelt recently ordered for
prime in the Storey Cot
mover
. : :Y attention. Is the similarity of
r army officers held near Washington all
ton ,swindle with headquarters -
company
J} I the amount and the similarity of the of the participants stood the ordeal
-, in Philadelphia which was ex
t explanation As Mr Whitney is dead successfully
and of business Asore throat
IIOWII put out more is
a
j : ., uo out Is able to say whether his sharer
than two has now been
r .. : also for M loan which be had made years ago.
brought to justiw Frank C Mirrin dangerous malady fbu'
to himself. r COMMERCIAL I II
all;-Judge" Franklin Mone. after an
Another sensational point broughtout '
extended trial I has been found ullty doriU need to
'I't In the Metropolitan Investigationwas you
of using the mails for fraudulent pur Harriman Holds on to U. P.
the discovery that Thomas F "
I
: Ryan bad contributed fl..uxi toward p.4s| The maximum penalty Is $;}}: The annual stockholders meeting of tie a sock around .

R! .. ski or two years in prison or both I the Union Pacitn. railroad at !>alt \
, : the of the National Civic:
I
I ::: '- federation committee which went to Christian Scientists Convicted.Mr I! Lake City resulted in a complete your neck to cure i1H '1 J J5ALLARD'S

t ) k.. < Europe to study the problem of ran and Mrs, Edwin M Watson. I I triumph for the Harriman ticket although -

r .:'i .. nicipal ownership and which recently Chnstiui Scientists of Mount Holly i there was a protesting minority -
at the meeting For the first time
' I reported In favor of legalized nionoi- N J". were convicted of manslaughter '

oly. Counsel Ivins has In hN possession 'a having neglected; toe-all :i physician in years the minute of the executive i

a : three checks to the order of August roc tin- treatment {>f their three-year committee were read, giving an ** auf /

Belmont for $;.OOIJ each drawn by the o'd !son who died of memugitis; Thetreine : whit the management bad done f SNOW .
I' ;." They showed that: In February a deal
.
Metropolitan company and used bvBelmont \ |>enaltN fifteen years' ini
to pay the expenses of the prb 'unwnt. but the attorneys for the had been made to purchase a I large LINIMENT
lock of stock the Securities
committee In his letter calling fore an'iisttl |*TSOUS assort that they will Railway

I the last $ .OOO Mr Belmont said. "The carry the case to the highest: court If compuiv had from StuyesanIVh.
*. thus tiiiKhin Ilarrini.m's bold will euro that throat in short order.Ballard's ,
V work. as far as I understand it. is ut".ssary.r Snow Liniment the
I penetrates pores pronttin -
on the Illinois Central of which the
r L very satisfactory" free circulation, giving ho muscle more tla-sucity.
former is a holding compmy The

i. I' Tracing Oil Trust Loans. r POLITICAL \] Union Pi-inc: Ins also made large! panel l lpurchiset I RfiEU.\iATISMCUTSSPRAL'-'S' BRUISES.

I :, In the course of the Standard Oil \Vashinzton and British LURES WOUNDS, OLD SORES. STIFF JOLNTS,

"', bearing before Referee Ferris at New Massachusetts Democrats Split. iVilnniMi ttnit:lining coal deposits. The BURNS AND: ALL PAINS.

?'_ York Government Counsel Kellogg tillllldal statement of the entire sy<-
i .' Massachusetts failed to get: togetherin
brought to light the fact loans agrregating tern showed not earnings of $ t.-t3.-
GAVE INSTANT
I i' the stateoi ", ti, at RELIEF.
j uisto'inn : M> n
i 1 $32.761.700 were made last <>00_ all increase of $.1.j SOOO over thr

", year by the Standard Oil Company of Springfield\ and ure\'ioiiseir. This does not Includerervipts Henry Stone, Prove, Utah, w"itf'r"I hav used Ballard's
,i in roII"'t-hence| Snow Liniment for :Neuralgia Tooth-ache and bore
New York to outside Interests but from stock holdings amounting Throat,

which Vice President Tilford of the two tindulatesfor to $Il':':'. .(.IlIO, which upon application. gave mo instant relief. I can recommend
4 governor it as being; the b' st Liniment I have ever used lu curing
; oil trust could not remember about nominated Report of Western Union. pain caused from Neuralgia, etc"
were
I, The evidence of these loans wa found lrfj The annual of the Western
. \>\ different factious 1 report PRICE 25C, SOc AND $1.00
in last year's balance sheet. which was Charles I'nion Telegraph::: company shows anincrease

produced In court When asked directly Barrett wasnominated of 5-H.lH.7r In revenues the

what this account meant Tilford re- total of which werevTJ.S'6.4'>j, This Ballard Sno-
by I v Liniment
l plied bluntly. "I do not know. or "I the regular con'f : was offset b% an Increase of $.!.'r.'?., Co.

t ,' cannot recall" To secure this information \ention and 124 in the expenses| bringing the net t 500-502 North Second Street

the treasurer of the company M Unit income down to $f'.3t.JO.Steel t
Henry
W. G. William ST. LOUIS -
Rockefeller son -MISSOURI.
ney by the bolt 9p Trust Breaks Record.
the brother of John was subpoenaed.It .
f lug faction The According to the Iron Age steel pro
It was thought that possibly these vast
question as to diictioo Iud consumption are still pro-
I S loans which officials of the Standard which ticket e t cmilug at :aerv high rate the out, Sold and Recommended by
could Dot explain might conceal the
will be placed put of all works for September being; Tl't"L19'V'1.11o
purchase of ostensible rivals. : Phnx-n:1noy: :
f on the official Henry M Whitney 1.417.153 tons On Oct 2 the mills ol f Banner nnd.
On a preceding! day the spectacle' was Drug Stoxro;
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_f OCTOBER 2i,1907 THE FLORIDA STAR 3

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K ImWS at these figures. On Tuesday fif I A Romantic Wedding.The Bad '
]ITEMS OF Symptoms '
ty-five barrels of fish were sent by express BEST FOR THEBOWELS Waldo correspondent of the The woman who baa periodical head )
/ :l1.{ ., .
: from here on Wednesday eighty- Times-Union tells of the following romantic aches, backache, sees imaginary dark

lIt FAIR FLORIDA four barrels went out and yesterday wedding: spots or specks floating or dancing before
It it' her eyes, b& pawing distress or heavy ''
eighty-nine loaded. This is only A celebratedon
were romantic marriage was
If you baren't a",plar,bealtky movement of thbowels fall feeling jn tomach; faint spells, drag
three days and while they may be every day,you're ill or will be. K your Friday night under very peculiar ging-dow ling In lower abdominal or
I j .:,,, fiat t'l is' Being Done Towards the Development jewels open and be well. Fore..in the shape of
'. above the average it speaks well for violent physic or pill poison,U dangerous. Tn ircumstances. E. H. Godwin went to pelvic fpgion, easily startled or excited,
: ; smoothest,easiest, most perfect way of keepingthe IrregulaTor
painful periods,with or with-
:, 1 :, of.the Peninsula the business-Fort Pierce News. bow ll clear and clean is to take Highland after his girl, .Miss Willie out (civic catarrh, is suffering from ,

.! CANDYCATHARTIC Grand of that place and returned on weakntfr sanrtcerangements that should *
: i
p 'L A lodge of the Knights of Pythias Tax Assessor John L. Overstreet has have eJTij a ention. Not all of above tgymptoit ,,

; : :_ bas been organized.. In South Jack- completed his books for 1907 taxes and the 11:30 train that night, and by previous ape likely to be present In any '-,

arrangement Rev. D. L. Branning case at o/ie/ime. (
:: ", sonville. they were approved by the Board of Neglpctod or badly treated and such { -.
:' met them at the depot as did also some f / Into maladies which de-
A shingle mill with a capacity of 50; County Commissioners last 'Monday. cases/ n run }
,,'. of the family and friends.In man/ tne surgeon's knife if they do not
r 000 daily will be established at Kissim- This is probably the neatest set of rest / atally.N .
the meantime it had leaked out
IT mee by P. Newman. books ever turned.in by a tax assessorof > medicine, extant Ms ,rush !ong -
i that a runaway couple were to be married a iUC i +r.'s cps
Because of a shortage in teachers Osceola county, the copies with the rix'H a* Dr. Fjerc*''? Favoneso es
i' :; at the night and
: depot that a surprise rrWicin has ucnis sty
I exception of the figures being practically :
eighteen schools in Escambla
public EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
party at the home of Mrs. Pre- tutu
! county are closed, with but little prospect all typewritten. The total'assessment Pleasant Palatable. Potent, Taste Good. Do cv .p s-worth morn tbflfif n any
of real and personal propertyof Good, never Sit Yen.Weaken or Gripe; 10, and witt adjourneden masse to surprise r prrhnary rii j.Tirrif orsi. _L tfjj-
of date. W cent box. Write for free sample and booklet *
at .
opening an early per m. '" s The btit
on health. Address 433 the bride and groom with their ores- __ very ingredients
$1,686,251, which at the present mill- known to medical science for the cure ofwoman's
Total valuations of Sterling Remedy Company Chicago. New York. nee, and so amid greathilarity, they
real.and person age of :n 1-4 will raise in round numbers peculiar ailments enter into its '

s al property listed for taxes in Manatee KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEANThe were welcomed as they left the train composition. No alcohol- harmful, or
$37,900 for all
purposesKisslm.mee -
habit-forming drug is to be found in the .
r county for the year 1907 foot up $2, Valley Gazette. and with lanterns and railroad torches list of its ingredients printed on each 't'

; 271,831.00.-\lanatee River Journal. Coming Orange Crop. lighting up the scene under a spreadIng bottle-wrapper and attested under oath. i
In any condition of the female system,
Dick Windham last Saturday
(Times-Union.) oak at the station some twenty-
Hon. Frank Clark from Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription can do
Thos congressman brought in from his farm on Alligator Gen. W. H. Sebring mayor of Jacksonville five or thirty persons witnessed this only good-never harm. Its whole effect
this district and W. Fielding, a creek one-horse Is to strengthen invigorate and regulatethe
a load of delicious wa-
has for several years been re- mid-night marriage which
well-known attorney of Starke ceremony whole female system and especially I ,
young I I termelons, which were placed on sale cognized as an authority, when it was pronounced by an elderly lady to : the pelvic organs. When these are de
p have formed a co-partnership: for the : ranged in function or affected by disease
at Fortson and Rhode's and "went like
1 Gainesville. comes to estimating the orange crop of be the prettiest she had ever seen. the stomach and other organs of digestion .

i; practice of law in hot cakes." They averaged 15 pounds'each Florida. His estimate this year Is 2- And then came the announcement by become sympathetically deranged the a

Prisoners in the Osceola county jail and retailed at 3 cents a pound he nerves are weakened and a long list of .'
000,000 boxes and he says that the officiating minister that the home bad, unpleasant symptoms follow. Too t

s dug through the walls last Tuesday Dick has watermelons every month In think this is a very liberal estimate. of the Godwin family a mile out of much must not be expected of this "Fa-! ,

i night and escaped. One of the prisoners the year and sweet potatoes even Referring to an article that appeared town of which the groom was the eld- vorite miracles Prescription.will not cure .t.umors-DO will not perform medicine }

was recaptured, bet the others day. In fact, his little farm is making in the afternoon paper on Wednesday est son, had Just bee destroyed by fire will It will often prevent them if r

f E" >so far have eluded the officers. him rich. People come to his place in which Mr. W. F. Mundee is quoted while the family were over at a neigh- tAble taken and in time the and surgeon's thus the knife operating may be i

every day for all sorts of eatables including avoided.
estimate the orange bors where
A 'Sanford syndicate proposes to put as making an on a'reception was tendered
Women
suffering from diseases of long
Iw two hundred acres of choice land near milk and eggs. He does all crop,
w that town under the highest possible his farm work himself.-Punta Gorda "I have just read ( Mundee's ar- them at one time-a fire and a wedding Pierce by letter,free. All correspondence .
is held as strictly private and sacredly
state of cultivation by. drainage and Herald. tide in which he claims that the crop Upon the suggestion of the minister a ; confidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce

sub-irrigation and make a'model' truck Last winter Mrs. John Malcolm of of oranges last year was 4,000,000 boxes purse was made up for them right on Buffalo N. Y.
Dr.Pierce's Medical Adviser(1000 pages)
farm of itPresident St. Petersburg sustained injuries and placing the crop this year at the :spot and It has:: been liberally inCreased is sent free on receipt of :21 onecentsumps

'!I while riding on a St. Petersburg street I ,000,000 boxes. since. The bride and groom I for paper-covered, or 31 stamps
T. J. L. Brown of the Florida for clothbound copy. Address as above.
iJ' car as the result of a collision betweena "Both of these statements are incorrect went to the Waldo house.
State Fair to be held in Tampa
Coast Line train and the car. Several Mr. Mundee Is evidently very

> next February will soon make a tour days ago she died at Sanford. Her much mistaken. The crop last year Herbine The Most Valuable Sit of Yacht entBoHSuibtinf -
Will and
to have overcome indigestion dyspepsia Boons ever Published.
of the State in an effort every
husband alleges that the injuries sustained only reached 2,000,000 three hundred regulate the bowels and cure liver and

county represented by a comprehensive last winter were a contributarycause and fifty odd thousand boxes and the kidney complaints.It RUDDER '

display. of death. Throught his attorneys crop this year will be short of last The U the best blood enricher and invig- HOW-TO BOOKS ..
orator in the world. It is purely vegetable ,
,Editor Frank Harris of the Ocala Hilton S. Hampton, of this city and E. most conservative estimates that have perfectly harmless, and should you Over)oC'O boats have been built from the lines I

Banner has been appointed by Governor H. Myers, of St. Petersburg, Mr. Malcolm been made this year by those that are be a sufferer from disease you will use i it printed in these books-Successfully wiled hi t
every clime and upon every sea-Full detail
Broward to represent Florida ate has filed a suit for $5,000 dam studYing this question closely save if you are wise.!! drawing of all parts, sho.ngat it a and ""
R. X Andrews editor aDd manager how to nuke n-Text extremely simple. i.
'. the conference on combinations and ages making the Atlantic Coast Line placed the crop at about 2.125.00C boxes Cocoa and Rockledge News Cocoa Fla., ?; i:

trusts which is to be held in Chicago Railway and the St. Petersburg & Gulf which, I think is a very liberal es- writes: "I have used your Herbine in HOW foot TO raw BUILD nthMt A Lurk RACCR,..*.j to FOR fcuiU:ISOIS fniMS- all la oak V

from October 22d to'the 25th.A Railway joint defendants.-Tampa imate. my family, and find it a most excellent iwerp'' ; good racing lust tor a U>y to kiara toe iinlmm i..

medicine. Its effects myself have HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK
upon
News. "I am and have been for a longtime A fine boat for ittmtrm ,,ding or knorkiwr. abort b .
recent census taken by the city been a marked benefit. Sold by Banner .....'t*t U.uh-r_.. authorities shows the population of For enquirers who are taking the In close touch with the orangegrowers Drug Store and Titusville Pharmacy.A nit; f nil p-n*....ficlaiM vf cwmpMtd boall.

of Florida. The report was HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
Wachula to have increased twentyfiveper Southern Argus to obtain Information Correction of Error in October :Xo.t nKTT.fiil rwmx machine" ever deaigBoi; pri*
about Hernando county, we publish the put out last fall that the crop would vtaiv-r in AMIica A*. ud AulrmJi; eaay to bald|saw V
cent, in two years. The state I Homeseeker. to via with. ?

tensus of 1905 showed 800 while the I following which is the report of an actual be from 4,000,000 to 5000000. The buyers Tropical Sun.) HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
went through the country and Simple and pr<1ir.L tfcowmif how tecoe*tmct.isss)
' transaction. Mr. J. T. Daniel or .. ....
present enumerator found 1001. Manatee I The October Homeseeker without mil! luriue itkau/iuot hcrerml other plaaa. t

River Journal. Spring Lake one of the best farmers bought oranges at 75 cents or $1 a box % HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
In intending to do so, has made a mis- A fine ail around mitimt bat; good cabia; .icUcwilrr
In this county, shipped a few days ago on the trees hollering "large crop" ; Miubio lor..b.J.e..t.raHOW
Hon. John S. Beard of Pensacola. statement that in justice to the parties
ever the Tampa Northern from Brooks November after going through the TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP e.
State Senator from Escambia county interested should be corrected. The A elnrr Irtle laita*boat,with aotiorat owhaagaaaMnull
vine to Tampa one hundred and fifty state and giving this question a hor ,-J plea
has announced that he will be a candi- statement referred to reads as follows: i
bushels of sweet potatoes of this sea ough study I wrote an article for your HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIC OR SHARPIEEaay <
United "Hon. Fred S. Morse who represented to Iw Ja;... ..inlf.a-.tJ-&tbeeraf&or.hoj
nomination to the
date for son's growth for which he received: ono esteemed paper placing the crop not to ko begs. withua.built?ery cbeapl'.taerlloo.. or sing

States Senate in the Democratic primary exceed 3,000,000 boxes and the result the county of Dade in the year 1837 HOW TO BUILD A MOCCL YACHTA
hundred and fifty dollars net cash. The )
in the legislature, succeeded in haying euapke ft.Tt""'".of bow to build a model;abo 1Ma
to be held next year. He seeks cost of gathering and shipping was was than it fell short. It did not reach >t 1 tf sw ia col a.a*,18. .

to succeed Hon. Stephen R. Mallory. an act passed which made it unlawful .
r estimated at 25c a bushel. He received but a fraction over 2,356,700 boxes. $1.
for stock of any kind to run at PRICE EACH
' The circuit court grand jury at ''Mi for the shipment $187.50, leaving "This cry of large crop Is a great detriment FMCPAIB BY CIFNESS ANVWMtKC
large. The act is known as the "no
[ ami last Friday returned a true bill him a clear profit, not counting the and loss to the orange growersIn Bound in cloth-Gold Irtterint;-Size of pag
fence law act," and it has been a great g by u inches-Large,ciuriy-drawn plans. ;
' against Thos. W. Troy for manslaughter cost of cultivation, of $150. The sweet the state of Florida. I wish the
benefit in the settlement of the coun .
THE RUDDER PUBLISHING
. t and the case was remanded to the potato is one of the easiest crops rats orange grower to receive the full return CO.
try. In securing the passage of this important a I MUNMAT State NCW YOU*. U. a. A !
t criminal court for trial at the November ed in Florida, as many as 400 bushel for his fruit .and the speculator to
act Mr. Morse immortalized SrJ toital/or Culalogut of Book for
term. Troy is indicted for the can be raised to the acre.-Southern .receive a good return on his invest vachUm.*'t Library t.
himself as it was a step in advanceof
It. killing of George Newcomb of West Argus. ments in the purchase of oranges at I. -
any other county in the State mak
Palm Beach. the groves. 1 want to see each part
' t Joe Curry Captured. ing It possible for the new settler to
realize a profit upon their investments,
I ThE Success a steamboat belongingto Sheriff Knight : a tp1pO'rlm clear his land, plant his fruit or plant Ferry Seeds i
and for this I make thi
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to Capt. Tom Bass, was destroyed b,- Wednesday from Tampa stating that statement. his crop of vegetables without fencing meat,but with proper cultivation -

1 i:, fire at Fort Myers last Saturday night ex-city clerk Joseph Curry had been his fields. from the,they start assure Users success have no t f

The cargo 8,000 pounds of catfish To Aid Cuban Strikers. rue error occurs in the statement doubts at planting nor disap-
captured In that city and would beheld pointmemU at harvest. Get

' from the Okechobee was also destroy (Tampa News.) that lion Fred S. Morse was the author
until officers from Key West ar
: ed. Origin of the fire unknown; value rived.In following their usual custom the of this most beneficial law and it

1j of boat and amount of insurance response to the telegram the sher rigarmakers of Tampa will contribute that he was a member of the legis.a- I Ifor

i not reported. ift left for Tampa and is expected to funds toward the maintenance of thereat ture of 1S97.

r' l railway strike now on in Cuba.At The facts of the case are that Hon. surest, best crop.-
'J. J. Robert Dekle who recently purchased return here Friday night with the pris at all dealers. Famous for over

1 ;, the McKay steamer Clinton at oner. a meeting last night two commit E. K. Dimmick was senator and Dr. K. snycare. ItfOY Keed A..1 .

U. Potter the representative of Dade free on rsquest.
} j forced sale paying therefor the small For some time rumors have been tees were appointed to solicit funds D. M. FERRY A. CO..

and these will without doubt meet county, in 1897, when the no fence law Detroit,>Mich
sel
ii '-t- sum of'$2,350, has sold the'e to current here that the ex-city clerk was

{ t Lee Dekle and Eugene Holtsinger. The in Tampa and was taking no pains to with success. was passed.
The bill fire in tht !
was presented
$ be used in the According to a well-known Cuban
Clinton will probably conceal his identity. We did not place .
t house by Dr. Potter and covered the 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE V
lumber and cattle trade between Florida any credence in these rumors believing here are a total of seven strikes on
1 whole of Dade county. This bill was
and Cuban ports.-Tampa Evenin? that the unfortunate man had tOll :'n Havana and other Cuban cities at I

News. much sense to come so close horn; present, added to which a genera; :feated.
An amended bill the East
covering
when he knew that a reward for his strike is threatened in case strikeoreakers L
f The six head of cattle that have occupied i t'oasit section of Dade county was in
from New York are forced
had been offered.
.l the city pound for several days capture Moduced into the senate by Mr. Din
: Immediately after his escape from in to settle the railway troubles. This i
'J ttv .were taken out by some parties un fiiick, passed the senate and throughthe TRADE MARKS
action will do even more to paralyzethe
the jail his pardon from a penitentiary
known during Tuesdanight.. The efficient work of Dr. Potter way DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
sentence was revoked, so that sentenc cigar manufacturing and other industries dc. t
t frame of the gate was sawn and the carried through the house and becamea
Anyone ending a sketch description may
than the recent Ions and inji t4f
thus is still holding over him. There is als :: j>
chain passed through the opening law. In entllnnloperAabIypatentable. ('ohmnwn5..
rious strike of cigarmakers. It will alsoserve
' ort a year's sentence in the county jail "mnmtrictlyc-mB.ientiil. konPatente
driven
the cattle out
and
I made sent free. Oldest agency for securing potent
to drive Havana cigar factories
charged against him. away Patents taken through lunD & Co. receive: esprcial
town. The acting mayor is offering a where makers notice, without to Tampa, the cigar ,
reward of $50 for evidence that will A Certain Cure for Croup-Used for Scientific American.
receive much more pay and work / l.v.'iLie Horse
t convict the guilty party.-St. Lucie Co. Ten Years Without a FailureMr.
under better conditions. J .v.i.more: useful handsomely ninstraled "'!ekl.. lament cir-
V Tribune. : \.'. C. Bolt aSurl'ity. 1ml.. liar, 4 n ..t.: -ttable than Mica Gallon of any iw-ientlBo Journal. Term.|:3 a
!:: former strikes the Tampa cigar fear; four months,f L Sold by.ltsewdealer..
ear'tuerehant, i is enthusiastic in his / :t.!: f :<:3Pitt a little on

The total registration of students up praise of Chamberlain's Otit,:li I eiuely. makers have contributed thousandsand !t'!...:",'i3'lics it wilt help before the you hone' 'hookI .,end %f MUNN SCo."'Broad"a* New>i York

t at Stetson now exceeds, considerably, His i children have all Keen subject !to thousands of dollars to their strUt I Ting the load home ..uic:cr. t -Branch- Offlc e;5 F Washington' l>.GTuoiiir

three hundred. There are going to be rronpaml he has 11 ...1 thi t remedy fur ing brothers of Key West and Havana ITHiGA V

the }'a-t ten vears and though they nitwit AXLEGREASE
500 students or over at Stetson this but to belief in these cities
contrary ,,
feared the croup, his wife awl he alwa>8

Jt year: some are putting it as high as MtNilV upon rrlirini' when a bottle of the business interests of Tampa han AND CURE THE LUNCS.

of the students now coming Keint-ilv ain the -- ---- -- -
tJOO Many Chauterlain'sCough "' never contributed one cent to the demoralization '
house. Hi. oMeft child! was j-ubjvct tsevere 1 tr
every week are from different of business in either city i -'C :!-'/-t>ettr than anyothrr ,J+bI WITH Dr. King'sNew
attacks of croup but this" renw.Ivnever I prrae Coat: the ax.c /ii'
Those
states other than Florida. fatted tQ effect jnttly mre. lie I'njust charges to this effect have been, I :I .:th a hard, .mootlt "Mirface of f' V

\t from the far North are accompanied has rtvoiiiiiieinled it t.> fl i-n.I' Uhlrwilt.) ; l made on several occasions. I I' nlemt mica which reduce MI r '
\Jf. the deader for
quite a number of them, by members burs and all who have Used it say that! It ----- 30llca Aa1e: Crease Discovery

famil-DeLand Record. is unequaled! for( croup ami whooping They Make You Feel Good \\PO 1TANOhRe fit COW All '
-f' of the cough.: For sale by Banner: Drug: ? tore The Ieasant purgative effect experi 1-- Price

s That Fort Pierce is a big shipping and Titusville! Pharmacy..A. enced by all who uw Chamberlain'!II 11't FOR CONSUMPTION 1 50c&$1.00 Free Trial.

but few --. -- titmacii and Liver Tablets and the heal
t knows
point for fish everyone -L' 0 IL I .4. .
residents know .5a Kind condition of the botly and mini! whirl t Guaranteed for all THROAT and
1 people ever our own Bean th. YiJ Hi.8 k'm 838$ feel
make Pnc
they create one joyful.
'\ to what extent it reaches. As an evidence 8 7ic 1 25 rents. Samples free at Banner L>rUj::1 LUNG BACK. TROUBLES, or MONEY

of the immensity the industrylook store and Titusville Pharmacy.

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.. t.--, -> THE FLORIDA STAR OILED SAND MAKES followed, as stated above, by the application PE-RU-NA RECEIVES PRAISEFor
of the last coating, and the
Y; ''i' THE BEST OF ROADS road is then complete. It requires
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1, i Entered at the poetoffice>> Titurrille as i
,: : ,; 4eeond-elau mail matter. I under ordinary circumstances only
.. Such Symptoms as
': Description of an ExperimentalRoad Relieving
:::.t. ... about ten days to build a mile of
r ',- Elite B. Wager. editor and Pabllaber.I Made in Duval CountyFrom road. Debility Backache and Headache.
:
: __ PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING the Jacksonville Times-Union.
,,< Work on the sand and oil road Sensational Court Episode are a great many phases of r Of the vast multitude of women Dr.

::1 .? ::Y: The Philadelphia preacher who through Murray Hill Heights has Criminal court was in session at THERE ailments that require the Hartman urea them annually consider, only it necessary a small

progressed so far that big tampers DeLand last week and the Daytona assistance of the surgeon. per cent or
the penalty
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make hanging alUNot
; : t:i wants to But by far the greater number of to write to the Doctor at
have been put to work, and started Gazette-News that it was mark- of these fortunat -
says in a thousand
Nebraska college one
!; r. ,' for heresey and the such cases are amenable to correct
i; .. rolling over the road. ed with several important happen- medicinal treatment. women report their .uceeu. Of
: rs president who wants libelers hanged
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When this part of the road has ings, the most important being the No surgeon in the world has relieved those wbodo writ testimonial, only avery
< have been joined by a Chicago preacher mH cent are ever UK41A
gg. been completed, the last coating of escape and recapture of Leonard BO many women from the different per
\;'::-"' who advocates a quick rope for sand and oil will be applied, and Gill and Henry Giddens, who were phases of ailments peculiar to womankind public While print.it to not affirmed that Pernna

,_. if-: those who seek"affinities." thenwhen this hardened and has charged with selling liquor at Day- of Pernns.as Hartman through the use will cure every case of this kind. It U

'F; been rolled smooth the road will be certainly the part 01 wisdom lor every
; tona some months ago. The case He receives many letters from all part
I
:": -i ... 1'i--::"";'" Neither Mr. Bryan nor Dr. Long, completed and ready for.the test. against them had been continued, of the country relating to subjects of woman so afflicted to give Penna m

-4, f.-;: the "nature fakir" is pleased with Every indication is that the roadwill and when called up the first of the l vital interest to womankind. I I I fair trial. Her chances of relief_are to
:,- that woman woiua ueuwugherself
any
-It 0''F; ;' the president's hunting trip. Mr. be the success that is confidently week they failed to appear. Their many an iujn_uce to neglect sueD

fJ.;. (i f1. r Bryan expresses the opinion that "a believed it.will be. If it is true bonds were estreated and they appeared ,-'l' ?w"'' an opporiu nlty of relieffrj' .

::it ''.' -J" game preserve should be built on the the road problem for Duval countyis and plead guilty. Judge

1j : i' "'. ,? : ..- grounds of the White House, to save practically solved, as the savingin Stewart fined them $1000 and costs %

r_ \: railway journeys and other discomforts cost is decidedly one of the big each and they left the courthousewith jj
items about the road. In point of their attorney, their object be-
...., ," md Dr. Long says there is no
I | durability and cost of maintenancethe ing to raise a ninety day bond for

1 ; ; t 1'tt 't: wonder the president's bag of game road, really an asphalt road, the fine and costs. They went to .;faY
small since he went out hunt-
I. was so ,
i leads the older styles. Cranor's livery and were driven to

:. -'Lt.:''- ing with brass bands. No better test of the quality of Volusia, several miles north of De-

:i f I #:..- I road secured by the proper mixtureof Land on the St. Johns river, where

.f :- i"':- it.,( The first great American balloon Florida sand and this certain they boarded the Clyde boat and

<' C : race has been "pulled off," or"drift- grade of oil that is used, oil that is went to Palatka. When they were

'' '':, 'f ..i: ... ed off." At any rate it is both off rich in asphaltum, than the tamping missed Sheriff Turner wired to all I

t <_ :" and over, with no bones broken and process itself. possible objective points, including

: no skulls crushed by falling sandbags The TampingThe Palatka, and they were caught when

i ;}\_ .: I I f({ and other things tossed out of the tamper used for this kind of '!they left the boat by Marshal Hogan, '

t :" [ '- rb 1+ baskets. It may, therefore,be called roads is a heavy roller, a perfect of that place.

J. i event. cylinder in shape. Its weight is suffi-
. -, : quite a successful The bal-, Celery King of Florida
cient the material
to subject
over
-I t loons broke the record for distance The following little sketch of J.
which it is of 250
r run to a pressure
:, traveled, and doubtless for the ex- pounds to the square inch. E. Pace, who is mentioned now as the Irrhl1MA E.(31LDN

1.- ., penses entailed by the contest. The But the surface of this huge cylin- celery king of Florida, appeared in Mrs. Emma E. Gildner 729 Santafo
} official show that the a late issue of the Sanford Chronicle:
reports may
der is not smooth, as is the case' with Ave..Denver,Col.,Flnancial Secretary
f J. t race was of scientific benefit. the ordinary roller. Instead, it is "J. E. Pace in 1896 planted 10,000 Germania Order der Haragari. *ritec:

I ;. thickly fitted with heavy spikes plants; in 1897 he planted 25,000. He "PeruM baa been great blessing

t Lf'-f il.' The Good Roads Question eight inches in length, and of a di- paid. all the expenses- of three acres Y .'" severe to me.headaches 1 suffered and a weak agonies back with and
c \ and cleared All this took ay;
$5,000.
. / ;f I ameter,lat the base, from one inch : could hardly drag myself around.
We have some inside information
le I*' and a half to two inches. ]place after the great freeze, that Ii&27E'k9R, __, "A friend who was visiting me war
r f L* in regard to the road machinery The first time this tamper is roll4 4 desolated so many orange groves. Up taking Peruna for the same trouble
t, demonstration at Oslo last week to the present Mr. Pace has under and induced me to try it. I soon found
ed over the sand that has been first was being helped and in legs than
it, which we may decide to publish a thoroughly mixed with oil these 4 cultivation 16 acres, averaging $1- Very Precarious Condition.than three week I felt like m differentMrs.

: little later on.Ve first shall seer spikes or teeth, subjected to a pres- :800 an acre. Land that brought 50 Little Ward, 617 Tracy Ave, woman and in four months I was well.
Kansas City, Mo., writes : "A few me
Feruna certainly gave strength.
I cents an acre in 1897 now brings
what of the representatives of
some of 250 sink their full
i.--r. sure pounds,
: years ago my health was in a very "I consider it aa Meal woman's
} f' the county press may have to say regarding length, eight inches,into the ground. $300 an acre. Mr. Pace was bornin precarious condition, the result of 'remedy"

I it the matter. The second time they pass over the Georgia in 1853 and came to Flor- womb trouble and general debility. L
: [r ida in 1874. I suffered a great deal and was glad to try Peruna when it was recommended /
surface it has been found that the
. } As far as revard: county is concerned tome so hijrhly. found It verybeneflclal. InashorttimethepaiMgreaUy
tamping has been so thoroughly done decreased and in two months I was completely restored."I .
i ''tt-i' even conceding that the road Quinsy, Sprains and Swellings Cured
.. that they do not sink quite so far. am pleased to endorse I'eruna"
t; 1- machinery, which St. Lucie has contracted I "In November ?,)J1 caught cold and

i: r, \ for, is all that its representatives Hard as Rock had the quinsy. :My throat was swollen ..
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I could hardly breathe. I
so applied
t claim for it, we do think that This process is continued until the Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it gave me

i it would be unwise for Brevard heavy tamper passes over the surfaceof relief in a short time. In two days I wall If want sweet musicin
; $ very the road-bed without the teeth right; says Mrs L.Cousins,Otterburn, you
/ 1- to spend $10,000 for the same just :Mich. Chamberlain's Pain Balm is a
sinking into the road at all. This
liniment and is especially valuable for
r : I V now. means, therefore, that the sand and sprains and swellings For sale by Banner home
\. t : We are further satisfied that, oil solidifies into an asphalt surfaceso Drug :More and Titusville Pharmacy.A your buy a

,f iI I while the people of Brevard are de- hard that heavy iron teeth sub-
,
i healthy man is a king in his own right;
cidedly in earnest in regard to securing jected to a pressure of 250 pounds an unhealthy man is an unhappy slave. Burdock -

1 .. good hard surface roads as cannot penetrate it. This is in itselfa ketpsyou Blood welL Bitters builds: up sound health FARRAND ORGAN !

quickly as possible, they do not severer test than would ever be ---- -------

t J I t' sanction the investment of this sum put upon the road by traffic. Weekly Weather Iteport.JCPITEK .
ti FLA., Oct. w:. 190i.
f of money in any road making mat When this process has been com-
t pleted the final coating of sand and Comparative statement of temperaturesnd Sold Indian River Music House
'f chinery until the same has been rainfall for the week ending Tuesday.IfloT by
demonstrated oil properly mixed is given. Then a 1<+KWDVTE.
to just
t practically as
roller of is MVX MIS :M: *\. MI>
; ., what it will do day in and day out smoothing heavy weight Oct. 16 79 lit) 77 61 TITUSVILLE, FLA.
run over it, leveling it and shapingit 17. W) 70 S3 <>;
\ r right here. IS. (81 74 7S W) -- -
for proper drainage. The road is
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19.! 83 72 N Ii.'j .
t We are not satisfied either that then allowed to solidify, the lighteroils 20L Kl 73 M) tit) rr,. t"'" rrr-CTI""r: -rr A..1._-A._I -.--a-..-f mM tM -J
rock roads are the best solution of 21.-2! 70 7S 70
l' and the
evaporating .asphaltum :?!. 81 70 82: 69
>.. .. the road question for this county. uniting with the sand to supply a Total rainfall for the week 217 inches.
: rainfall the week minus .71
for
Departure r
'_ l' We call the reader's attention specially hard, smooth, even surface, a sur- inches. SCHOOLBOOKS

i to this week to the article in another face impervious to water easy on Departure rainfall !!since Jan. 1st, minus
17.<>4 inches.
s / t column in regard to the crude traffic and restful to the eves of H. P. HARDIN,

, 2 _.:' : \ ,: petroleum experiment Duval ha. both men and horses. --Official-in Charge. f1 i t tJ

:. : just made. If this method! is the First Mixing S100 Reward 81OO. >

\-j' :w iJ success that it seems to warrant, it The original proce. which precedes The reader of this paper will be pleased! 4
., to learn that there is at least one dreadful
is in itselfof
: I < 1!, eliminates the ,great; expense of haul1 the tamping process, disease that science has been ahle to rare in I J AND SUPPLIES I
more than usual interest. all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh -
: ; ing and crushing rock, as we have The oil. heated sufficiently to allow Cure is the only positive cure knownto
the materials at the road as built the medical fraternity Catarrh being at.'Oo..titutiona.1
.. the heavy asphaltum to run disease. requires a ron..titutionai
: except the crude petroleum oil..oJ treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is 1 Wholesale and Retail t tfl
: down through the teeth, i is placed in taken internally acting directly iron the
With all earnestness we ask our a tank. Behind it is the rake, for Mood and mucous surfaces of the system
.oJ: t, county commissioners to investigate thereby destroying foundation of the diseaM' Mail Orders Promptly Filled [
such it appears to be, with eight- and giving the patient strength in 1 JE1
; : thoroughlyall different method inch te th. These dig or claw down building up the constitution and assisting
nature in doing; its work. The proprietors
'" t. ,1 11 4 of road making ere making a move into the sand for eight inches and have so much faith in its curative power.. 1 THE H. & W. B. DREW CO. 13
and thousands of the oil deposited in the crevices. that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any
perhaps spending is
r caxthat it fails to cure. Send for list of tes
i dollars, which may prove a little Back of this set of teeth is another, timonials.ddrebs.. h 1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 13J
i \ F. J. CHENEY A. CO., Toledo, O.
; later to be a useless and an unneces- a set that moves from right to left Sold by Drug2i: ... TVlUll's -a------....... _.......-,. ... ........... .......+...r'. ,"'\S
, l. sary investment. ; as the machinery moves forward. Family Pills are the best. L.t.w..0..J..l.J.AJ..J. .>..;.J.j ....w...!.J..J.j..Jw..;...Jl.J...: ,.....5
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j t. There is not a more difficult question ---- -
and oil and prepares for perfect ROBBINSGRAHAM
,. to be solved today for the general -

welfare of the public than the chemical Then comes action.the tamping process, *

;, I acquiring of good roads. It is receiving ---- -- -* co., IS IT FAIR? I

; the due consideration of men Letter to W. H. Sharp ,
.. ( Paid Capital .25.000.00..
Titusville, Incorporated. up
= ,. in all parts of this state and the'l
I ; Ikar Sin Here the concentrated fact: To expect your local merchants to carry a full stuck of goods I
south for that matter, therefore it Every job pointed Devoe takes less gallons This company owns landsin
.f and be sell
to few
prepared ,
of
pounds
a flour
than of other paint. the Indian River Country you a necktie or a !
E : would be unwise to take hasty act- And the any paint that take least :gallons; ,on the bt. Lncie River, few pieces of lumber for your conveniences, and then wifely you :.

'l: f ion. A plunge at an inopportune weais longest; Always. We can't help it. at New Hirer, and on Biscayne want a barrel of flour, a suit of clothes or a carload of lumber to
Yours truly Bay. rend off for it?
time would suggest a bond issue as 47 F. W. DEVOE&CO.

the only way out of the.matter, and P. A. Jas.. PnUhanl 5 Son sell our p 6int. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.Send : When your town needs help, or a subscription for charity is
"Suffered day and night the torment of wanted, do you send to those merchants away from home and
nearly every property owner in for land list. ask for it? If not WHY?
itching piles. Nothing helped me until I used Suppose you do pay slightly more
Brevard is known to be opposed to Doan's Ointment It cured me permanent OFFICES for your goods at home, you get it back. Your local merchant
an issue of bonds. Ala.ly."-Hon,John R. flarrett, Mayor, Girard, TITUSVILLE AND MItMI. helps pay taxes and aids in every local cause.

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FOUND 168Jas Hawkins_--Merchant____1 Apr 1907 do 150 75 4

-gr ...., RECORD OF LICENSES ISSUED BY E.W.HALL TAX COLLECTOR OF BREVAKD 169David Johnson_--Merchant-__ do do 150 75
170Ed Gruber___ ____ do do
', ; -- 171Bertha Pinkney Merchant__ do do
It- Official Statement in 150 75
ki Regard to (county of Brevard,State of Florida, for the period beginning Oct.1st, 1906, and ending Sept. 172_Bertha Pinkney--Restaurant------ do do 250 125:
."-*'' the Discovery ;30th 1907. 173C L& E B Taylor-Livery Stable_____1 Oct 1906 do 5 00 250

17-1_Kitti Hunter__Restaurant____1 Apr 1907 do 250 125:
Iry. Bulletin No. 68, of the Florida 175-ST Lipscomb_---Fish dealer.____ do do 500
.t 176..J W C Hopkins1.erchant.______ do do 150 75
<, Agricultural Experiment Station, :SO. TAME' OCCTPATIOX DATE STATE COUNTY 177 Titusville Lnm Co-Merchant__._ do do 150 75

:' i 178 J C Spell mgr___Druggist___________ do do 450 225
lJ says 1..R W Goode_______Real estate______1 Oct 1906 to 1 Oct 1907 | 1000 | 500 179-J W Rosbiter__Fish dealer_____1 Oct 1906 do li 00 .
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"A' new fungus that jives prom- 2Horace Y Pitta___-Selling liquors_____ do do 50000 25000 ISO_.A E Lyman______Dentist__________ do do 1000 500 {
: r. __ Y ____1 table Cocoa___ 5000
3 Horace Pitts pool do do 2500 181-GeoM Brown__Hotel ____
ise of Keeper do do 500 250
being very effective in killingthe 4.Horace Y Pitts___-Selling liquors pre 2do do 50000 25000 1S2-LT Daniel____Dentist_._______ do do 1000 500 t
larvae of the white fly has recent- 5.Horace Pitts.2 pool tables Titusdo do 10000 5000 183-Ben I Rapport-__Palmist____________1 Apr 1907 do 1250 625
6_r Bergmann____Merchant_________. do do 300 150 18-1..Titusville '
Lum Mill..
Saw
Running do do
ly been discovered. It was found 7..FJ Webb_______.Lawyer do do 1000 500 188 188
---------- 1S5-ChasTMcBride_Merchaut__________
8_G H Heath._____Merchant_________ do do 300 150 do do 150 75
Prof. 186..John
by P. H. Rolf in two different L Nail.______Gen Accident Co do do 250
9..F A Lesley__..__.Selling liquor__..__ do do 30000 25000
187-J S Daniel_____1 Pool Table________ do do 500 S 50
groves in the Sub-Peninsula. Attention 10__M L Peacock___Merchant.____ do do 300 150 188-Wm Hindle..3erchaut.F-1 Oct 1906 do 300 150

called 11-_Ida M Dodeon.JlerchanL------- do 300 150 1S9_FA Losley.l Pool Table__ _1 1907 do 750
it Apr 375
was to from the ---- ,.
" 12-G F Daren agt.Merchant.- do do 300 150 190-Ind R State Bank.Bank.CapSt x,000do do
fact that 70 to 90 per cent. of the 13..D L Ganlden___._Lawyer___...____.. do do 10 eo 500 191.C J DenhamBakeru.u 750 375
do do 150 75
14.J M Sanders___...Merchant______ do do 900 450
192_. L Carruthers____Barber Shop._.
larvae in recently infested trees were 15..Rarhel Dallas____ Merchant_________ do do 300 150 193__Chas Braoco______Barber Shop_____ do do do do 1 123 25 63 63
found to be dead. This led fur- 16..J Pritchard & Sou.Mercbant--- do 1500 750 194-.Percy0Walton.RealEstate
to Agt
1 Oct 1906 do 1000 500
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17..E CL&S Co ___Merchant Eau Gallie do do 1500 750 i 195_W E Goldsmith____Merchant__________1 Apr 1907 do 150 75
ther investigation as to the cause of 18..EC L& S Co.____ Merchant Titusville19 do do 300 150 196-Brev Co State Bank BankCapSt 25,000do

the mortality of the white fly larvae ._Penney& BranningMerchant20E ________ do do 1200 600 197_Perry Johnson____Barber Shop________ do do do 750 125 375 63
L Brady & BroJlerchant.do do 1200 600 198_W Moore___.______Barber Shop______ do do 125 63 .
with result that a fungus not here- 21._Titus Elec Li Co.Electric lights______ do do 1000 500 199_.S Jones_-_____.Merchant___-.______1 Oct 1907 do 900 450
22-Peter Young___Merchant__________ do do 300 150
tofore noticed, was found. On leaves 23-S F Travis &Co___Merchant_______.._ do do 2100 1050 STATE OF FLORIDA I

sent in later from one of the same 24..S K Watts._______ Merchant. ________ do do 300 150 COUNTY OF BREVARD }
25-A II Trafford______Merchant__._______ do do 300 15026..ARMoore.Itealestate.
groves almost every larvae had been _________ do do 1000 500 L B. R. WILSON.County Judge in and for Brevard County,Florida,do hereby certify: .
killed. The 27 Johnson&PatersonMerchant________ do do 600 300 that the foregoing is a true and correct statement and report of occupational licenses issuedin
same fungus was foundto 28..LAPeek..Druggist.---------- do do 300 150 said County of Brevard for the period beginning Oct. 1st 1906.and ending Sept.30th,1907.

be present on white fly larvae 29Chas Orser________Merchant-_________ do dq 300 150 Witness my hand and official seal this 22nd day of October, 1907.

30..E P Branch_______Merchant_______ do do Poo-l50 B. R. WILSON
sent in on citrus leaves from the __ [SEAL] ,
31 C T McBride..Merchantdo do 300 150 Judge Brevard Florida.
County County,
Manatee river region a few days lat 32__L S 'ndrews.11l'rehantu do do 300 150
33-Ind River Drug Co Druggists______ do do 600 300
34-Becky Glen.______Merchant_______.___ do do 300 150
er."This new white fly parasite 35-Alice Kiog..Merchant._______. do do .300 150 r.. rVNtW NNNriWNrV WNNNr
36.Geo M Brown_____Merchant__________ do do 300 150
which may be called the white, 37-CF Walker.Merchant.do do 300 150
33..J R Mathers &Son-Merchant do do 600 300
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fringe fungus. appears to belong to 39-E vedeliasFuh Dealer._____ do do 1500

a genus known scientifically as Mi- .40Sam Norton_____Merchant___________ do do 300 150
41-A Froseher------.Merchant.-- do 300 150 I
HARDWARES
crocera. It is related to the Red 43->tandardOil Co___Merchant___________ do do 300 150

Headed fungus (Sphaerostible cocco- 43.F W Munson_____Merchant________ do do 300 150
4LCD Provost._____Merchant___________ do do 9UU 450
phila) that is parasitic on San Jose 45-Jas Ed wards_______Merchant_________ do do 300 150

scale and on various citrus scale insects 46.-CS Bnlluck_____Merchant.do do 300 150
-
47._Julia Hall..Merchant.do do 300 150 Jas. Pritchard & Son '.
but its general appearance is 4S-SJ Field__________Merchant.._________ do do 300 150
different. 49-Abnej 'boeylerchant_______ do do 600 300
very 50-Hodgson Bros____.Merchant__________ do do 600 300
"The white fringe fungus is not 51__Mrs S C lIodg1Oo.Druggisthu do do 300 150 Handle the Finest Lines of
52--JP Cooper_______Druggist_______On do do 300 150
at all conspicuous to the unaided eye, 53--JG Gibert._______Cocoa opera house__ do do 1000 500

as are the red, yellow and brown 54.Lyfus Clayton-----Dray and pass hack do do 500 250 Heavy and Shelf HardwareOur
55-L Jorgensen.______Merchant_______ do do 300 150
fungi, but under the hand lens it 56-Middleton&Terrell Dray and pass hackdo do 500 250

be made out. It 57..F A Morgan______Druggist____________ do do 900 450
may appears as a I 58-.Peter Wright______Dray and Hack_____ do do 300 250
very delicate white fringe comingout 59__J M Ferguson.,___Hotel Keeper_.__ do do 1000 500 Stock of
\ I tiO.-Mrs M E Hill_.___Merchant________ do do 600 300
from the margin of the larvae. 61_LaRo<<.be Bros_____Merchant__________ do do 300 150

If the leaves are picked and allowedto 62-CJF Campbell____Merchant__________ do do 300 150 Guns and Sporting Goodsis
63..MrsCJFUampbellMerchantdo do 300 150;
dry the fringe disappears. The 64..RM Packard_____Dray and Pas Hack do do 500 250

dead larvae become white and es..J G Bast-Hotel' Ket'peru do do 1000 500 complete at all times
pap- 56J W Griffis______Merchant__________ do do 300 150
ery, and later often present a very 67__J W Roland_______Dray and Passengers do do 500 250

68-Julias KlineMerchant__________ do do 2100 1050
slight pinkish appearance."On 69-Geo M Bobbins____Lawyer____________ do do 1000 500
experiments, conducted at 70_.J R Walker& Co_.Merchant___________ do do 2100 1050
71._Walker Grocery Co Merchant._____h__ do do 300 I 150 Paints and Oils of Qualityone
Gainesville, showed that in two weeks 72__Arthur Lapham___Merchant_________ do do 300 150

from the time the spores were intro- 73-Walker Hardw Co-Merchant_________ do do 600 300 of
74-East Coast( tt1e Co Slaughtering______ do do 1500 our Specialties
duced into white fly infested trees 75--JS Stone________Livery Stable.do do 1500 750

the fungus was very evident upon 76J H Kittles_____.Drayiog.l_______.. do do 500 250
77-HM Lockhart.Merchant--do do 1200 600

previously healthy white fly larvae. 78-JMObban____..__Lirery Stable____-- do do 1000 500 Quotations for large or small orders will
79-Mrs Sallie H HibbsMerchant do do 300 150
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Additional experiments in the labor- 80__John Henry..Real Estate Agt__u do do low 5UW be given personal attention. Mail Orders

atory showed that the spores of the 81.E C Lawrence__-_Merchant_.._______ do do 300 150
82_.Henry HoldenDraying__._______ do do 500 250 solicited and promptly filled
white fringe fungus germinate much 83-EB Arnold--------Merchant.------ do 300 150

more quickly than those of either 84-FPZiy______h__.Merchant___________ do do 300 150
85..A O Fnnk___ _Turpentine Still..__ do do 2500 2500 TITUSVillE, FLORIDA
the red or the yellow fungus. 86..F Lo ley--------Pool Table._--______ do do 3000 25(10 ;1
"How far the of this fungus 87..C S Scbuyler-----Ins Co N Americado do 250;
use fc8__Fee & Stewart..liankersdo do 1000 500 ,
w..W1MY YH} YM IMw..Y YJ
will prove to be of practical valuein 89-Fee &Stewart____Merchant.____--___ do do 1500 750 > >>
90_R B Holmes_______Ins Co N America.-_ do do 250
controlling the white fly is yet to 91-R B Holmes_______Glens Fall lnsCodo do 250 -- ---- -- ----- -- ------
be determined by further experi- 92__F A Morgan______ \bstracting.._ __ do do 1000 500
93__C A Gardner_--__ Merchant__._____--- do do 600 300 0. A. STEWART EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG.
menton alarger scale. If however ______
84-A A Taylor_ .Cont Ins Co of N Y. do do 250
95A.\ Taylor.-__ .Hartford Fire Ins Co do do 250
the fungus continues to be as activeas -- F.DUJml,Agent,
96.-A ATaylor.AetnaInsCo.do do 250
it has recently shown itself to be 97-RB Holmes_______Phenix Ins Co__-_-- do do 250 FIRE
98.R It Holmes______.Liverpool Lon Globe do do 250
it will certainly prove of great valuein WAA Taylor__-.____Pheuix Ins Co Brokl do do i 250 Florida and

further checking the ravages of 100..A A Taylor____.__Liverpool Lon Globe do dodo 250; Insurance !
101._PG Walton_______Niagara Fire Ins Co. do 250
this troublesome pest. 102..Pti Walton__-__Sun Ins Co_____--__ do do 250; \ WesternHeats
"Persons finding this fungus in 103.-PO Walton.---___Prov Wash Ins Co.do do 250 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI ( _
104..PG Walton_______WesternAssuranceCo do do 250'
parts of their groves can distributeit 105__P G Walton__On_Penn Fire Ins COn do do 250
106.-PG Walton__ .Liverpool Lon Globe do107.PG do 250 ;
into portions of the grove in which ----- represent some of the leading
51'alton--HartfordFirelnsCo do do 250;
the white fly i is perfectly healthy by U .-PercyU WIOOulIotel Keeper__--___ do do 500 250 companies of the world and any
of all Kinds
;109.-!'H Walton-----lernun Amr Ius l'o do do 250 business entrusted to me will receive -
taking leaves containing larvae already llOI1'5CCOllinsnlerchautuu do 300 150 prompt andcareful attention

infested with fungus, and pin- 111__CH Neal-_-______Hotel Keeper_____ do do 1500 750
112.Judge Everett__--_Dray and Pass Hack do do 500 250 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
ning them into trees where the lar- 113.-H lpstu.ooLivery Stable____ -_ do .do 500 250 TIME IS MONEYThis

not diseased. In doing 114.-Seaboard Co__Fi>h dialers__u____ do do 1000
:
vae are ye 115.Pritchett rQi.-.-.2 Turpentine Stills do do 5000 5000
this we would advise that the fun- 116EH Wager___-----Men-bant .u___-__ do do 300 150 Spend a Ploosanl'alfHour
117__O A Stewart_-----_Scotti...hU&XFir Ins do do 250
gus-containing surface of the de- 11S.-O A Stewart.----__Kojal Fire Ins Con do do 250 s

tached leaves be pinned in contact 119._PG Waltoo.u.l'ont Ins Co_______ do do 250;
120.PU Walton ----__Ga Home Ins Co__ dodo do 250 t
with the healthy larvae of the oth- 121__PG WaltonXortbera Co.-___ do 250 t

122.-PU Walton--_____Firemen's Fund Ins do do 250
ers. 123.-W l'C&ml.bcILuRulluing Hotel___ do do 1<)OU SOl
--- -------
124.-P G WaltonetnaInsCo________ do do 2.>0
What Irrigation Did for a GroveM. 125.-PG Walton____Sun Ins Cu--------- do do 250
12tLP G WaltonnXlIrwicb InsSocdo do 250

B. Tindall, a prominent orange 127_.E E Ranck_____u_Merchant_--u.._____ do do SOW 150 r
l28..SunBros.---IogandPony Show do do 1000 500
grower of Narcoossee, states that 129__Titusville Fi hCo-Fi"h dealers____. do dodo Ills
130__PG Walton.IlomeIusCodo 250
this is four
his year
orange crop
13LWSBr.LnninguRllnningOperalIou do do 1000 500 #
times as large as it has ever been 132.P Shares_---____Keeping Hotel_____ do do 25005UO 1250 i fcokfec r.. ta. HENRY BOSCH COM-
his 133--Joe Dassey.------.Dray and Pass Hack do do 250 rANT WALL PAPER Maple at your
before. Mr. Tindall irrigated 134..Southern Fish Co.-Fish dealers______ do do 15 UU recot:1 ow. boat*-vittinx comfortably ta your
during the long drought and 13i..M Robinson__..___Merchant__.__---_-- do do 300 150 i is just as true in to sewing I _rckairl Too CM auk a UtUr MkctioB
grove 136..Atlanta Fish Co---Fish duelers.----- do do 13(W Machine anything eNe that w/ tbaa by ranuekinx th. 1Itw...
his trees bloomed regularly on time 137.-Pat (happellIusical (open) do dodo 1000 500 By using Long Shuttle Machines no matter I YM Ik. ...... ..-Ux TOT fetwt

heavy of fruit, 135 .J M Sanders.._____Dray and Pass Hack do 500 ::51) howell rua and put on a crop
139..W H II Gleason..-Keal Estate ... t---- do do lOW 51 (-) away 3 hours out of every seveu. I color effect Including lnport.d..urns.
which is now ripening and about JO__Percy G Walton.Lund Lane F Ins('oo. dodo do 250 K.. Tthinr coed U was >..*f. ia the
HL.PercyUWaltoo -Phenix Ins Co______ tlo 250 THE STANDARD ROTA 1:1 SUITTLE I Bach bae.
ready for shipment. 142_-Percy G Walton--.Glens Falls Ins Codo dodo 250 DEWING MACHINEWill It'* __F. tee-y. cot the fewest

143.Boggs Bros.______Keeping Hotel.__--_ do 25i (lI 12 SO make 350 stitches in the true time Long New Tork-Chrewro Will call with priaa Bath Sample
Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer, 111..TJ Shave & -Turpentine Still.__ do dodo : :>W 25{I() Shuttle Machine* make only :'''1\}. &BY heur yoej came. Look
Greatest Blood Purifier Free I 14.V.IM .orey-------.1Ien.bant. _________ do 3011 150 The Standard Rotary Principal la most scientifically them our to your h *rt'.ec;a-
1K5.-TT Wetmore____.Ice t..t ry.u----- do dodo 500 500 correct which fact has been proven tent-t the but obli*.txx te
If your blood is impure, thin, diseased, U..-Speed Scott&Moutgomery Drayingdo 3W 250 by 25 years of succt-vful use in all parts the boy. If. our way of ..J. r-
gsiay Uelmh Wail Paperm
hot or full of humors, if you ha\e blood I4g..latherineAKmlderMerchant--------- .10 It.1 ISo world and by our competitor continuously
149-1 R& L W FI Co-Manuf Ice-------- do do 500 5 II()
cancer, carbuncles, eating. sorts, trying to copy it without success THE
poison
aud 150.-W R Roe>ch...--__Norwich F Ins Svc._ do dodo 250 STANDARD 1RANI> ROTARY THE1VRLD'S
itching, risings
errofula, eczema, 151OKKeyLivery Stable ____ do noo: 750 V.W.ELDEEDThe
u BEST SEWING MACHINE is two
bumps, scabby, pimply skin, bone pains, 152R B Holmes____Aetna Ins Co___n___ do do 250 machines in one-Lmkand Chain Stitch-
catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or 153__O A StewartW Chester F IDS Codo do 250 Ball Bearing Stand-Straight Automatic Lift. : Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator
skin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm 1,53..0 A Stewart__.....Phila Und Ins Co.._ do dodo 250 Do not fail to investigate the merits of the
(B. B. B.) Soon all sores heal, ache 15.t..Mauiie Baker____.Restaurant_ _______ do 5 tit) 250 Fastest,Hat Silent Easiest Running and them TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
and pains stop and the blood is made 15ri.Brevard Phone CoOperatingTelephone do do 1000 5IV Y Und: F Ins do do 230:
WhiteX Co
157..JJ
and rich. Druggists or by express STANI.IRDRtS'r.1BY. demonstration
pure bttle Sample free by w ntfnBloodBalm 1.8..RoyTSnell-----lerchant.------ do dodo .JOO 150 a revelation.:' Write for prices and Easy I'ay- : HANDY MOTH PAPER
Atlanta Ga. B. B. 159.-Tropical Phone CoOperatingTelephone do lOW 500 went I'lan. Guaranteed Sewing Machines
Co., 160..G L )Iandaville-..Operating Telephone do do 1000 500 f12.00 '
up.
B. is especially advised for chronic, deep- 161-A Taylor. -Real Estate__--_____1 Apr 1907 do 50<) 250 The Standard Sewing Machine {'o, 't A moth destroyer and disinfectant. Plated
seated cases, as it cures after all else fails. 162..J F Wooten__._--_Real Estate-_______ do do 511\ 25< 58 3. Broad St. Atlanta. Ga. under carpets or in the folds of fur and clothing .
163__J M Sanders_______Hartford F Ins Co.-l Oct 1906 do4..BrevardCoFishCo.FishdealersIApr1907 250 : it drives away moths and worry Twelve
react. weaken the bowels. 16 do 500 The Standard Sewing Machine sheets in a packet carriage prepaid 10 cents.
Harsh physics Doan Regulets 165-Lawiess& Co______Pool Tables.do do 10(M 5led.Fred 00 Six packets 50 cents if druggist doesn't ha veil.
cause chronic constipation.stomach cure consti- Fisher____--_Fish dealer_________1 Oct 156 do 1500 is sold by the Indian River MIMII"I&D Powder Work.wiectlon 846
operate easily, tone the for them. Iti7.-Enreka Fish Co__ .Fish dealer___...... do do 1500 Music House, Titusville C'larkrtville,IowaJ
druggist
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: LATEST ESTIMATE IS MADE BY The State's Finances. .t
Over-Work Weakens
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}' NEW YORK PACKER. The monthly report of Hon. W. V. :
Your MdrineEngines'
Knott state treasurer filed with the Kidneys
-t,.. .
j Which Enterprising Paper Has Secured governor shows balance in the treas- .
._ Unhealthy Kidneys Hake Impure Blood.
< ury to the credit of the several state
r f '' ed Reports From All Orange and
and educational funds at the close of. All the blood in your body passes through

! .. Grapefruit Sections. business, September 30th 1907, as tot your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
,< The New York Packer of Saturday lows: blood purifiers they filter

fi t gives what is! undoubtedly a careful Gen. revenue fund .. ... .. .$ 9,934.30 t ) out the waste or ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT.

and accurate estimate of Florida's cit- One mill school fund ... .. .S5040.81 impurities in the blood.If ED FOR SATISFACTORY -
they are sick ,
trus crop and in publishing this valuable Pension tax fund. . .339557.66 of order,they fail or to out do. USE IN FLORIDA WATERS .

t r article The Packer not only furnishes State board of health fd. 94,399.50 their work. ,

Principal of school fund (un Pains aches and rheumatIsm -
t y, reliable information to the hun
Florida invested) . .. . 4,479.30 come from ex- Regal Marine Engines t
dreds of growers of products cess of uric acid in the

_& r ?' throughout the United States, but does Interest of school fund . 17,492.19 blood due to neglected Stand for the highest type of ;-

A advertise Principal of seminary fund kidney trouble. nlC'f"banicalskiII l and reliability
41o-
the
much to the resources of
; Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady Tliy are four cycle' jump
(uninvested) . .. 194.56
4 State. The Packer says: heart beats and makes one feel as though spark i igpition,automobile type. = ih
lire of state convicts fd.. 78,628.3: they had heart'trouble, because the heart is mechanical valves float feed
After a careful canvass of the state, carburetor '' 'a
enclosed
Indian war claims fund. 25,000.00 over-working in pumping thick kidney- crank case. ?s _
ra steam .
by which over 1,500 letters were sent poisoned blood forged crank shaft and fi t
: Drainage tax fund .. . 4.380.57 through veins and arteries. bronzed bearings. Have the ,
to orange and grapefruit growers, covering It used to be considered that only urinary fewest number of working parts <
) Agricultural college fund. 1,884.47 troubles were to be traced to the consistent
kidneys with
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I : ; not only the principal growing a perfect operating
4 White college Morrill fd. 14,962.90 but now modern science proves that nearly motor and many other
x ; counties, but also the more scantily all constitutional diseases have their exclusive features found in
t Colored college Morrill fd.. 14.640.2C beginning only the Regal
1 t scattered sections. The Packer estimates in kidney trouble.If .
Interest of seminary fund. 1,938.40 sick THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT
4 e i-'. the citrus fruit crop at approx you are you can make no mistake
Hatch experiment station fd. 305.93: by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild Made in three '
boxes. This after types H. 3 and 5 11. P. single cylinder; 8 to 15 H.
imately 2,500,000 ,
Adams experiment station fd. 633.12: and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's P. doubleylinder 30 n, P. four cylinder
\ considering carefully the great decrease Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
Experiment station incidental We also manufacture a line of
slow
heavy speed, working engines
{. in the yield in some counties soon realized. It stands the highest for its fn.m 6 H, I). single cylinder to 45 H, P. four cylinder.
.p. .. .
l fund. . 96.72 wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
.' K and on the other hand the considerable Florida Female college incidental and is sold on its merits The many hundreds of Regal engines now in operation! through.
i- Increase in the crop in the more favored all out the country are a guarantee of the satisfaction they are giving.
1 4I by druggists in fifty- aCcent
fund .. . . 1,604.44
'( counties. and one-dollar siz ,' ,,,,,, Get
in the
I, University incidental fund. 582.23 es. You may have a a Regal Beginning Don't ExperimentHandsome
: In previous years The Packer found m
Proceeds of college sample bottle by mail
property BOO of swamp-Root
t It hard to estimate the average explanatory catalogue mailed free on request.
s very free. also pamphlet telling how to find
$ t fund .. .. . 4.2 j you
a, e orange crop from direct information out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. Regal Gasoline Engine Co.
Colored normal school con
Mention this when Dr. Kilmer
= from the growers on account of the paper writing I
4 tingent fund .. .. .. .. 1.61 & Co.. Binghamton. N. Y. Cold Water, Michigan
:! fact that there were so many conflicting -
Blind, deaf and dumb Inci- Don't make any mistake but remember

'z 1-. reports from the same sections dental fund . . 82. Z the name. Swamp-root. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
This year opinions seem to run oil in loot, and the address, Binghanipton, N. Y,
on every bottle. '
the same direction, and the estimates
i' E Total . . . .$695,864.54
t", of the buyers and growers come nearer
30.000 the census bureau presents' a
i .a being identical than in any previous
The Price of Health very interesting table showing the
r : season. costs of maintaining free public

A As will be seen by the hundreds of "The price of health in a malarious schools including in such costs the interests f
.. district is just 25 cents; the cost of a box
which will in The Pack : on investments in school buildings
reports appear -
y .4i of Dr. King's New Life Pills writes
t : er this and next week, the crop is cut Ella SUyton, of Noland, Ark. New Life and grounds. These vary from 7
?
' :.i i down in various sections from 75 percent Pills cleanse gently and impart new life cents per capita In Charleston. S. (X. \ -iT :ii
and and 22 cents in Atlanta. Ga. to $1.33 in
vigor to the system 25c. Satisfaction == .
,r the other t
= :4 down to 25 per cent. On -
'&r, ... guaranteed at Banner Drugstore and Denver. $1.43 in Newton. Mass. and tj
s: hand a few shipping points show an Titusville Pharmacy. : $1.53 in Spokane. Wash. tt

I Increase and of them big
K"V! some very School Dining Room. '
: Increases but it must be taken into
;
/ i; 'ti
The alumni association of Houston >
: }: f consideration that these stations which I INDUSTRIALNew 1 Tex has raised funds and establisheda 1/1/

J :. will have an increase are principally dining room in the high school / -I

l points where many new groves are Limit. which is one of the best of Its kindin
Skyscraper
coming into bearing. The old trees the country. This addition gives the
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:. In the opinion of Ernest Flags, archi-
.': show a vast falling off in their product tect of the new Singer building at New students wbo are taking domestic $ & I
science an opportunity not only to pre-
: .t tion. Where the orange crop is in- York the tower of which is the highest
_
: pare the meals but to serve them. H ab" :c.f : -
j I creased it is increased on account of building in the world for occt ation. 4#

) more trees and not on account of a the probable limit of height for these Tufts Against Coeducation. ( I t

buildings in New York city will be President Hamilton of Tufts college.
ii v heavier growth per tree. 1.000 feet, with a tower 100 feet Boston in his annual report strongly I / ) ,, I Il
.1 \ The prolonged drought of last sum-
r the of coeducation
opposes system now
square or nearly 400 feet higher ,than
.1 t:: I I' mer, it is understood. was the principal the Singer building. Differing with in operation then.ne> calls attention

: ; .. cause of the shortage of the crop. The the president of the New York fire underwriters to the fewer men in the arts courses. I

}1 1 t : # dry weather which held the largest who recently warned the while other New England colleges have l + \ \ :%

:r f that there of had to rum students away. He says j \ -,- rte 1
# producing sections in its clutch for so"i' public was danger a jfIl-
conflagration in the stories that -the average young man will not -
long a time stunted the fruit and while great upper
of the tall buildings beyond the reachof !p. to :i coeducational! I Institution if
.: the bloom was heavy, in fact, very I
existing fighting apparatus. Mr. .tth.'r thingare :anywhere>ar equaL"lie
: heavy in places, the fruit did not devel- -
i Flagg says that the only limit is thinks! that the student who de-

0_ I !' .: op as it should. financial practicability. lIe Insists that -Itrs a ::.IIt'I-lt) education as represent-

i ; The crop in some parts of the stateis buildings of the type of the Singer are ..1 I l I> tin- U-ii-liflor arts degree very

two weeks to a month late and in the safest as regards a roof top conflagration miieh itvl"r> to go to an institution ,I

'I. [ t, ether parts it is on time. Attention is 1 because of the space about 4.r ineti ulIl.hr. l Hamilton does not A AND R
desire Tufts to give up the work of
called particularly to the report of the- the tower, which occupies only one-
sixth of the lot space. Were all the eduntiii v.omi-ii. (nit he believes they S
grapefruit crop. The yield of this should
lie diicated separately.
. T skyscrapers constructed with the same
1 j will be much lighter than growers look
. proportion of space around the upper Exclude Italian Children.

+' for. stories he argues. the danger of a destructive Trouble is reported at Sumrall. Miss,

't' Prices are nearer uniform this year fire in that upper region growlu out of opposition OD the part

t I .\ than they ever have been. The early would be reduced to a minimum. Another I I of the natives to Italian children at

_" I- sales of oranges were made at 11.25 to point of limitation to which Mr. tending the white public school. The For sale by the

Flagg calls attention is the elevator endeavor to shut the Italians be-
$1.40 on the trees. For the past few out

weeks, however, $1.50 for the oranges service. He says one haul elevators gan some weeks ago. The state superintendent
) can be constructed to cover 1.000 feet. of education and the attorney INDIAN RIVER
": on trees has been prevailing among
.
: f but beyond that probably cannpt he general were appealed to and they decided
} growers. Sales have been made at made effective. Those in the Singer that the constitution provided

t I this price, but when it came to be set building are of a new type known as for whites md uegroes and did not MUSIC HOUSE

" t' I : tied on as a regular value by the general traction elevators with the weight at catalogue Italians as a separate rare ,

t. f; : growers, the buyers would not the bottom and the motor at the top.They One of the leaders of the Italians who
will make the forty trip in TITUSVILLE:
IJ: teed it. Consequently in some parts story insisted on the rights of bis people! was FLA.

t '!.f- 1- of the state there is a deadlock on a littleness than one minute. taken beyond the town limits soundly

Lusitania Breaks All Records. thrashed and ordered to desist in his
I .' prices. Still, in the face of this, sales
: f The Cunard line steamship Lusitania.: efforts! to get Italian childreu iuto the
f t have been made at a remarkably rapid
"i E which arrived in New York on the white schools. The anti-Italian seuti

; I pace. It seems that the cry throughout morning of Oct. 11 on her second westward ment is :atronu in Mississippiand one

'i' t.-: out the state is $1.50 for oranges on voyage, surpassed all previous' of the candidates for go\ernor made it

.'., the trees and hundreds of reports::) time records having made the trip In the chief plank in his platform.

I .,,; which The Packer has received denote 4 days and 20 hours. Her hlgbestClay: o New System of Promotion.
I' run was 0.17 knots or !<*, knots In excess
, !t. 0 this. Nearly every grower who speaks According to a report' of the P.rouk

1- ." of prices places his idea at $1.50. Those of the highest previous record IiUtflass.1: Teachers">.,,' : a<
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made by the Deutschland in UN)].
THE BADE MARK
'f i t who have: not sold for that within the published! in the I.a\\reice Teieuramtliere a
The Cotton Spinners' Congress. is decided sentiment tlinmuli
a ;;
t past few weeks intend to hold out for
Growers of cotton and manufacturers out the state favoring a s\stem lOr !1':"<
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t, .
that price.
't" of cotton goods from seven different motion !by subjects instead of jrradeiu
Grapefruit on the trees shows rather A Work of Art
: r t nations have met in convention at the secondary schools. It is :.1-

, a wide range. Some growers have felt that a m'ral I education t.Nirtshould -

1I L sold at $2, but the majority of them ./ / I demised: tf r tike tiftvii y.'; tiu -- a A That is what your home can be if

f. want $2.50 and sales have also been reforms favored by the convention was its completion' instead of ten yearsas you decorate it with Aiabastine. For

}f- made at this figure. I the advocacy of a uniform bill of lad at lre-(.ut. The Telegram! remark: appropriateness is true art; and not

(. '. It is generally considered that the ing President Macoll said that ways that if the attempt to have the :Natloual only can you make your home deco-

must be found to enable the plantersto Education association adopt th> rations appropriate with Aiabastine,
r .,: grapefruit crop is much shorter than sell direct to the spinners without report is successful a change nothin- but you can make them reflect your

." the demand will be based on the sales losing the profit of the middlemen.Land short of revolutionary will soon be ii: own taste in a way that is not pos-

: < of last season. Consequently, grow- Wireless at Work. force in our national educational s>'" sible with any other form of wall covering

: ers.f recognizing this fact, do not hesitate On Oct 9 the Pacific Wireless teru.

.. to hold their fruit. Telegraph! company inaugurated; the ---- Alabaslme
How to Cure a Cold
The Packer has used every care to service between Milwaukee and Chicago I.

I compile these reports as briefly a'l and commercial messages are l e- The gnta-t onof haw tocureacokl without The SaiutaxyWall Coating e

the lag accepted In both cities the tariff unnecessary loss of time is'" one in .
possible and yet as intelligently as
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In superior in
to appearance economy in durability and
being;, at the rate of twenty-five words which all I it-sa intere ted i. n.as-vW
short would allow. These we are more or unique in its wonderful sai.itary propertied. You should know
space for 25 cents. It is the Intention of the for the quicker a cold i i' gotten riii of the more about it on all these point. and vtie therefore extend you
tell the story better than columns of to establish cordial invitation to visit our store see the Aiabastine color
'l 4 company stations at In less the danger pneumonia and other charts and have the Aiabastine stenciled design (which you
.;" comment could tell it. Each shipperis .
,. dianapolis. Pittsburg. Wheeling and can use yf W'k1l' exp!*red to for
serious dii-ea*s. :Mr. IJ.V.. L. Hall, nt
allowed a short paragraph in which New York. Ask to tee the Book ofAUbaatine
Waverly Va., has used Chamberlain'- Prize
Design
.. to give the conditions prevailing in his
i
Cough Remedy for years and pays! "1 1 For Sale by
section. The name of the shipper is I EDUCATIONALCensus ] firmly bdit>,Chamberlain's Cough: Kent

withheld and will appear in The Packer edy to be absolutely the best! preparation| EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPA8YTMC

Bulletin, which is published weekly on the market for colds. I have recommended -
Reports on Schools it to DlV friends and they alt 1 1agrt'e
and exclusively for advertisers in
; In its annual report on the statistics with nie." For sale by Banner '" "'
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t t The Packer. of cities having a population of uttr Drug Store and Titusville Pharmacy.

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