The Florida star ( November 1, 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:
November 1, 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:
UF00075901:00256

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

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l iZ.~ TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, NOVEMRER 1, 1907 NO. 28

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S wa tow ts frst d this week.




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PL W. Di ng1 ushoes in endless


Mr. CA. W. C. Noarwood re-


'-. )D. N. itdhad returned
hu:in Vaesta Sunday oanac-

Mr. C. A. Rbimnson, of Eden,
s t alSwd dys in town the firstoft
tO wwk adge Td SBra office
a pl"~ m dl Te aday.
Mr. M. ll formerly of this
~ -oaf ldeeaplode of the F.
JLB. L=mP, isknawaI the employ
WtldoA-C.Lan l catodat Wfld-

M.lB. B. Mace arrived Tueaya
aftgi.as from. New York to spend
S tirtr in Ttm las i his
modcl eme. Mr. Mace lsw room
at Plmrs1t.
Mr. Dt Ives arrived in town
fHm Phndlphia Wednesday after-
um is father, Mr. B. F. Ives,
aid f ym e .txpeatmd to arrive
be tseseforisdwioternm. ,e
Sme of the leading attorneys atof
the state e in town this week at-
dmg to legal matters before Cir-
emt J ade Joes, as follows: Ex-
wteror W.& Joemings J. C. Coop-
er, W. J. Bryan, of Jacksonville; J.
D. Beoa, af Orlando, J. E. Alex-
dar md frd Blyo af Delmd.
Bes ward, the youth who was
blwNd at this place a few weeks
no 1W a moving train, will probably
beseathoehm from the railway ho-
pital in SL Agutine within a day
orso, hbIag about fully recovered
fro his injuries, that isso nearly
as ttd he will be imbhchped 4rom
the hospitaL
Mr. Robert Raason, of St. Augus-
time, proddent of the Florida Peat
Coastrution C., accompanied by
his dughter, Miss Francis, and son,
Robert, spent from Saturday until
Monday in town with friends, Mr.
Banso returning to the 'Ancient
Cty Monday, while his d-mghlter
asd son are pending the week with
their grand parents, Capt. and Mrs.
Henry Wilson, at Canaveral.
FURN1TURE,DRY, GOODS,SHOES
B nig next Monday you will
receive with each CASH purchase, a
ticket. When you have $25.00 worth,
you can obtain a high grade talking
imacehine on the most liberal terms
Sand at a fraction of regular price.
It will interest YOU.
Cas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34
Notice
T1ere will be a regular business
meeting of the Progremive Culture
Club Monday afternoon, at 3:30
o'clock. We ask a full attendance.
New members are especially request-


Smoking Tobaccos
.Sematio, Duke's Mixture, Bull
Durham, U. S. Marine. Old Enagish
Curve Cut. Van Bibber, Turkish Tro-
plue White Rolls.
BANNR DRUG STORE.


Stove Wood
I ering 16-inch pine stove
wod that has never been turpen-
* m.l. All other wood buy now
St tined; cut
S 5 dr d mfor delivery.
G. G. HOWAmD.


RIN Schlos models LATEST HEWS
we now*on d*ah T AiD INCIDENTS
for tie fng ul and winter for
they bear a certain air of individual- rilp all Faragr- Aot Pi-th at*
itythat is instantly distinguishable.
kT..t a dMal a" e amt Mi b T umStl d TMI T
sea gm -s asuo cm", Clothing of the best make and in
t f ao I tNS. endless variety of patterns at Kline's
Sehlos others are perfectly tailor- Clothing Store.
ed and of precise fit, cowbining Conductor B. P. Wall arrived Sun-
enomu wipthe hour. day and took charge of the Sanford
fasionsof t hour.
The largest and best line of cloth- branch train Monday.
ing, oes, hats, men's and boy's Mrs. W. C. Riley, a former resi-
mown onm the t Co dent of this place butnow of New
mSendmyour ordes. Smyna, spent a few days last week
WINSTON S. BANNING with Mrs. J. P. Wilson.
TIt ev, Florida. W.M ..a Pamer.of. fTmatilla nar-


mm tlg Over
The colored emp meeting which
came to a dose Sunday night, was a
msccem beyond the anti tions of
the officers in charge of the same.
It is con rvatively estimated that
there were over two thousand color-
ed people in town Sunday from every
part of the whole East Coastof
Florida. The best of order was main-
tamined in and about the caauuakds
there being no distmurbmances of any
kind, buat there were two or three
persoPs arrested for selling liquor,
aside from this eF order and
The cheap rates offered from all
p ts rm St. Augune to West
a Beach enalmed a great many
of the white people toe m to Tius-
vile and make a short visit to friends
providing a sort ofat "home coming"
to many who had either lived here
or spen me time here in years
this number tim r mwe
io mny that we could Mlmy mn-
tion them all, but from all parts of
the East Coast and from the interior
also the came in goodly numbers
and received a hearty welcome from
frim and relatives livin here.
annual m'i e of the
colored people is accorded the cheap-
est ea.....i rates that the F. E. C.
R'y has ever given, and we believe
that if the company would give
occasional ecufini rates as cheap
as those of last Saturday to Monday
that they would do an im wnvn
passenger busineon suchoasions.
Important Suia Up For Trial
The suit of Albert A. Taylor vs.
Florida East Coast Railway Co. is
being tried this week and the taking
of teqimt-y still going on as we go
to press. The action is brought for
trespass on the case, d-nages sued
for $30,000 for the burning of plain-
tiff's young orange grove near Bona-
venture. The court and jury inspect-
ed the grove Wednesday and the
case is being hotly contested by both
sides. J. C. Cooper, of Jacksonville,
is attorney for plaintiff, while Geo.
M. Robbins, of this place, represents
the F. E. C. R'y Co.
Another important case that will
come up is that of Jennie M. Pre-
vatt etal vs. Florida East Coast
Railway Co. trespass in the case,
damages for the killing of Jas. Pre-
vatt last winter, at the railroad
crossing in Titusville. Beggs& Palmer
of Orlando, represent the plaintiffs,
G. M. Robbins for the defendant
company.
The Alpine Hotel
Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-
ager. On the European plan -furn-
ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen-
trally located.
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hickory hammock. Free from white
fly. One year to two year old buds.
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
station. J. W. GIFFIs,
Shiloh, Fla.
FOR SAICJ CHEAP FOR CASU.
Aooot 88 acr of wood hih land as
the eat or ocean ide of the Indiaa river
at the 1arnow, dmerihed -i flow: Lot
lIf3, Mndea 36,toloet NoK mi
M, n ftowhip 31 touth, ram ) earns.
This laud us .aimpsoped but Laey l.-
eated. For trther param.lc.I.addi n1
E N. I.Low.
Bwookee, Mam.


rived Saturday on a visit to her
aunt, Mrs. A. A. Bethea.
Miss Maggie Co ins arrived home
Saturday after a few week pleasant-
ly spent with friends in Tampa.
Miss Jamie White, who has been
qwnding awhile with her cousin,
Miss Leona Carruthers, left Tuesday
for Pompano.
Mrs. J. D. Crabb has been quite
ill for the past few days with con-
tinued fever, but is sme better at
this writing we are pleased to msay.
Special prices in men's top shirts,
excellent patterns, light and dark.
the famous Prinely shirt, special 59
cents eaeh atKline's Clothing Store.
Mrs..N. Saunders, of Eden, one
of the prominent pineapple growers
of that section, was in town Mon-
day and Tuesday looking after some
business matters.
Miss Sue Hunter, one of the teach-
ers in the public school at Fort
Pierce, spent a part of Saturday
and Sunday here with her friends
Miss Susie L. Teeter and Miss Helen
Miller.
Among those spending a few days
in town thefirst of the week were
Mrs. C. S. S&huyler, of Jensen; Mrs.
Woodward, of DeLand; Mr. and
Mrs. A. K. Wilson, of Fort Pierce;
who were visiting relatives and
friends.
Rev. W. F. Allen and Dr. J. S.
Daniel went up to the head of the
river Tuesday afternoon, in Mr. Al-
len's launch, Little Cruiser, for a
squirrel hunt. They usaCecdod in
bagging 30 very fine squirrel and
had a most delightful trip.


Special Sale at Kline's'

MONDAY, NovEMBERa 4,1907.
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
advuing rapidly m 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 imp p-w.,b 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.
ies long coats in beautiful
shades of golden brown, red and cas-
tor, 2 i-tAiomely trimmed, made io
the latest style, ages from 12 to 18,
worth $15.00 Monday only $9.9.
Ladies' black voile skirts, with
wide folds of taffeta, worth $15.00,
special $19.98
Blue chiffon paunma, made in the
latest style, with two folds of taffeta
to match, worth $10.00, special $6.9.
Black panama, with folds of same
material to match, special $M9.
Ladies tailor made short waists,
made of an excellent quality of lin-
ene, with ten rows ofpleats, worth
$2.00, special $149.
Black taffeta silk waists, hand em-
broidered, special 58 .
Black elastic fluffy ruffle belts,
with gun metal buckles, special 9
cents.
Black Altmann voile, this name is
a guarantee for the best that is made
44 inches wide, special $L49 per
yard and same in navy blue.
Da~isheloth In all the latest shades
inKh-i.- evening shades, 22 inches
wide, special 18 cents per yard.
Brown brilliwtin, 38 inches wide,
brown is popular shade this season,
worth 85 cents, special 99 cents.
Special prices in table linens and
All wool California bWnrets, 10-4s,
with wide silk binding, worth $5.00,
special $3.49 per pair
Ladies' black mereeriedsilk hose,
these are the famous Onyx brand,
special 3 pair for $LL0.
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
Juuus KUNE, Titusville.
The Palmhurst Now Open
The Palmhurst has been thrown
open for the reception of the travel-
ing public this week under the man-
agement of Mrs. H. C. Hart, recent-
ly of Tampa, and is already enjoying
a liberal patronage. The owner, Dr.
J. S. Daniel, has decided upon the
erection at once of two cottages of
five rooms each, to be built of con-
crete blocks, also will erect a con-
crete store building upon the south-


LOCAL GOSSIP

AND PERSONALS

mtIa g a t thk of lTu-
Tlk Uas T Cm amgo
A cool drink at a cool place at
MANDY'S.
Mr. J. D. Crabb arrived home
Satu from Jacksonville.
Mrs. A. Brady returned home from
her visit to West Palm Beach Sun-
day.
Carl Battle left Monday for a few
weeks visit with friendsand relatives
in Coffee county, Ga.
Boys knee pats, in endless varie-
ty of patterns, pries ranging from
50 cents to $1.50 at Kline's Clothing
Store.
Miss Lla MeGuire, of Wawmula.
who is visiting in Sanford, spent
Sunday with her sister, Mrs. J. P.
Wison, of this place.
Mr. LJ. Morey, of Ft. Pierce,
spent a few da here this week on
a visit tohissister, Mrs. D. B. Clark.
Mr. G. F. Paddism and family, of
Ean Galle returned hoine yesterday
from a months' sojourn in the north,
where Mrs. Paddison and two daugh-
ters have been for several months.
After spewing the week with his
mother, Mrs. Moye, who is ill at the
home of her -iArwhter, Mrs. Geo. C.
Battle, Dr. Moye returned to his
home in Abbeville, Ga., last Friday.
Capt. S. A. Bravo, the well known
tmboat man of the Florida East
Crot who has been in the hospital
in New York for a number of weeks,
expects to leave that big city tomor-
row for Miami acmpnied by Mrs.
Bravo.
Indian River hotel has sent in a list
of over 100 hotel arrivals for publi-
cation registered within the past
week, which have to be omitted for
lack of space this morning. Manager
Bast has been doing a flourishing
business the past few days.
Mr. E. J. A. Drennen, of Martins
Ferry, Ohio, accompanied by a
friend, arrived Monday on their way
to Dunmitt grove, at Clifton, which
is owned by Mr, Drennen, who is
here to dispose of the crop either by
selling or shipping, preferably the
former on account of his wife's ill
health.


Town election passed off very east corner of his property. Lumber Mill Ready for Ruines-
quietly Tuesday, only about two Mr. Macdonald, of Jacksonville, The first steam at the mill of the
dozen voters coming out to the polls. formerly of West Virginia, arrived Tituville Lurst stmber Co. was started
So little interest was taken in this here this week to take charge of theup Tuesday on the boiler that oper-
election that it is doubtful if a half concrete building. ates the planing machine. Capt..
dozen votes would have been cast In addition to the above the dining Pritchard had the honor of blowing
had not the voters' attention been room of The Palmhurst is now being thechard hadhi thle upon that occasion.
their right in this matter. rising enlarged and will be completed with- The gang of four big furnaces giv-
in a few days. ing steam for the saw mill will pro-
Notice to Fishermen Political Banquet at Ocals bably be started up within a day or
Notwithstanding the case against On the night of the "coming out" so, after which sawing will com-
the Sebastian fishermen for seining convention the Ocala board of trade mence. The railroad locomotive
has not yet been tried. Sheriff Brown will give a banquet at the Ocala owned by the company is busy bring-
will arrest all violators of the law House. to which the newspaper edi- ing in logs and lumber at the rate
and under instructions from the tors, high state officials, visiting can- of forty to fifty thousand feet per
court will seize and hold all nets as didates and many distinguished ,
evidence against those arrested. If Floridians will be invited, and it is day will soon be rolling out.
fishermen are aware that their nets looked forward to as forming a plea-
will be confiscated no doubt they will sant ending to the day's festivities. i Revival Meetings
be more careful about seining. Beginning on Sunday next at 11 a.
For Sale m. revival services will be held in
Church Notes FiveEnglish Berkshire brood sows, the Baptist church, conducted by
Rev. Win. Stones will preach at inv fie condition. Bargain for any Rev. L. T. Reed, of Decatur. Ga.. a
LaGrange Sunday at 3:30 p. m. Con- one wanting thoroughbred stock. preacher o fine reputation. There
ference after sermon. E. B. Arnold. Malabar, Fla. will be service also at 7 p m. and
The fourth quarterly meeting of further announcements will bw made
The fourth quarterly meeting of from time to time.
the Melbourne, Georgiana, Eau Gal- For Sale rom to
lie and City Point Methodist Episco-- onths Horses and Mules for Sale
pal churches beheld on N One pair thoroughbred 4 months Horses and Mules for Sale
2nd and 3rd at City Point. Sermon: d pups, eross between setter and' The undersigned expects to be in Ti-
Sunday morning, Nov. 3rd, 10:30 by pointer, will be of right age to train tusville today, Nov. 1st, with a car-
a mDr.Rvder presiding elder, when season opens. Address D.. care load of fine horses and mules. If in
Lord's Supper following the sermon.; STAR office. need of a horse or mule, come early
A hearty welcome extended to all and get your choice.
communities accessible to the churchI Myers Cottage JTiM. OSAN,
at City Point. Mrs. Kate Myers has changed the Titusville, Fla.
The pastor, Rev. Dr. Hawk, will name of her boarding house to Myers Dmyiag
preach at Eau Gallie, at 7:30 p. m., Cottage. This house (formerly the Dying or haulingofall kinds prompt-
Sunday. The service at Eau Gallie Alpine cottage) is located on Hop- ly ended to. Meets all trains. Stove
will be preceded by the regular de- kins street, where Mrs. Myers will be wood fe me atall times.
votional meeting of the Epworth pleased to see all of her old patrons H. E. HOLTOs,
League. and the traveling public generally. Titnville, Fla.


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FrCOMMRRCIAL I

Whoreless; Saeis Aeres Atntie.
-leqg slgnalis and m nma wee

AtlantIe ema by the Mareoni wiretlet
aem s l ng as two years ago. tim
eahma me at a regular commeral
eamsatlantcm service for news and
bse. purposes by that nin*tod will
4d in Mtry from Thursday. Oct. 17.
when the Arst regular mes was
a-t y Pimier Laarler of Canda to
congratulate the
16elish 1peopleean
this new achieve-
meat. which. he
sai. meat o the
people of today
what the laying of
the Brut Atlantei
cable did to those
r MarcOaL of the last cetary.
Nmerous dispatches were then trams-
alttled by prominent persons on both
es of the Atlantic mad reproduced
hi the daily paper. Before the day
was dome between 600 and 10.000
we-s hdId been transmitted across the
sea tfnm the station at Glace Bay to
Cttoa, on the west coast of Ireland.
Sentista. mercheats. stock .Tetbugwi.
prolers and rulers Joined In the in-
terchange of congratulations. The
Marcoli company will charge 10 cents
a woesd and promises soon to cut this
rate la half. whereas regular cable
rates are 25 cents a word for ordinary
dispatches and 10 cents ftor p

Owing to the ilness of one of Mar-
'ar s asstamnt the principal cere-
monies of the day were omitted. bet a
somber tof scientists and newspaper
mea were present as the special guests
of the Inventor. Signor MarcouL The
telegraph operator sits In a high tower
with a telephone to his ear anad a
More transmitter under his hand.
Wlth each pressure of the key a slaeb
of blue Game shot upward as the elec-
trie Impulse from the powerful dyna-
mos was released and transmitted
through the tall steel tower. and at
the same time a loud detonation sound-
ed on the ears of those present. Al-
though no attempt at speed was made.
the operator averaged twenty words a
minute. which would make a max-
imum of 24.00 words a day. but Mar-
coni announced that within a month
the speed would be Increased to thirty-
Ave words a minute. and. In addition to
this, two other stationem between the
continent were to be established. One
is already .building at Cape Cod. Mar-
coni Msay that In a short time he will
have perfected an overland wireless
system to give communication at once
between New York and San Franefteo.
Wheet Passes $1 Mark.
Wheat Is selling at over $1 a bushel
to all parts of North Dakota. and the
farmers of that state, especially those
of the Red river valley, are receiving
greater returns from their crops than
for any of the last half dozen years.
In the Chicago exchange the rapid ad-
vance In the prik caused considerable
excitement for a time. and many of
the -bears" are said to have lost bear-
fly. On one day the price for May
wheat soared to $1.12%.
Harriman's Order Causes Alarm.
Although the report that ELH. Har-
rinman had Isned a sweeping order for
retrenchment on the railroads contro!-
led by him has been to some extent
discredited by that gentleman, there
is a feeling throughout the west that
there is to be an abatement of activity
In connection with railroad enterprises.
especially as regards new work. It is
said that a statement was given out
in San Francisco at the office of Gen-
eral Manager E. E. Calvin of the
Southern Pacific in which the follow-
ting paragraph appeared: "In addition
to reducing train service, the company
is forced to retrench by reducing shop
forces, betterments and all other ex-
penses other than maintenance on ac-
count of the stringency of the money
market." Those in position to know
claim that this statement was inspired
by Mr. Harriman. although it may not
have been sent out over his signature.
Enforcement of this order will mean
idleness for thousands of workmen,
and Industrial activities which are al-
lied with railroad interests will be
seriously affected.
A Fleeting Trout Poned.
One of the novel feature of the


steamship Amerika of the Hamburg-
Americsn line is a tank to which ah,
pritcipally trout and carp. are not
alive and served to cus ersaIn the
restau aut when ordered. The tanks
We of xCQi. a;Wd 1 w ater a muppilk4


wt esygm by pumplag air thrbug
perforated pipes extending Into the
water. Mere than 500 fresh trout and
1N0 carp were sold ea a recent trip
froam Hamburg to New York.
Failure Fellmmows Cpper Crash.
After a sharp rise In United Copper
anad other stocks of which F. A. Helae
and his assoelates are the chief own-
ers there came a terrific slump In all
peppers Oct. 16, together with a tall
In the principal railroad stocks. .This
marked the collapse of a speculative
movement headed by the Heinse later-
esta. and it was accompanied by the
supension of a prominent Stock Ex-
change firm, that of Gross & Kleeburg,
which had been buying United Copper
for Otto Helfne & Co. the latter frm
being embarrassed and refusing to
take the stocks purchased for them.
It appeared that F. Augustus Hetpe.
brother of Otto. was not interested in
the attempt to build a corner n .cop-
per. Many low records were scored
for railroad and industrial stocks on
the same day.
Fish-Harriman Struggle.
"The final battle for the control of
the Illinois Central began in the cir-
cuit court at Chicago when Stuyvesant
Fish got a temporary injunction re-
straining E. H. Harriman and asso-
clates from voting 289,731 shares own-
ed by the Union Pacific. the Railroad
Securities company and the Mutual
Life. Next day the Harriman lawyers
got the order so modified that this
stock could be voted, but still It would
not count if It held the balance of
power. Fish cited the Illinois law as
forbidding a corporation outside of
the state from voting stock In a state
railroad. Thea began the scurry for
proxies. The -torkbni4ers meeting
was delayed In order that the commit-
tee might canvass the returns.
Amalga-ated Cuts Dividend.L
At a meeting of the board of direct-
eors of the Amalgamated Copper com-
pany the quarterly dividend declared
was I per cent, a reduction of one-half
from the rate which has been In force
for somee time past.
Deerease in IL and O. Earnings.
The annual report of the Baltimore
and Ohio railroad. Just lessued, shows
gross earnings for the past year of
$88J,512.924. an increase over the two
previous years. The net earnings for
the year. however, were only $27.362.-
830. a decrease of $513.004 from 1906.
Operating expenses increased $5.364.-
80.
Wig Hamburg Bank Fails.
The heaviest bank failure In Ger-
many since the collapse of the Lelp-
slger bank in 1901 occurred Oct. 17.
when the private banking firm of Hil-
ler. Soehle & Co. of Hamburg went to
the wall. The liabilities are reported
at $7.W00.0. with assets undeter-
mined. The concern had been doing
business for seventy-seven years and
until recently had enjoyed a high rep-
utation. The failure is attributed to
the locking up of funds in mining and
real estate operations.

I INDUSTRIAL I


Telegraphers Defy Small.
Prestlent S. J.- mall of the Telegra-
pher-' union S*ent to the 132 locals In
"hi4 country a uessage saying that be
wvas in favor of ea.'inz the strike off.
as all efforts at
uea-- i o tition< h: 144
fai!edl a:nd th .
treasury w s e4 t.
ipleTedl. ::11 re1 I
IN estl %g tl1*' i'- fo
cols to it(te on p*
the pr:)lv>sitio. "b
IFollowing this.
Ciha:irmanThom- '
a%--of the finance
toilnlmittee ga ve
out a statement
denying that the
treasury was
empty anid say-
lng that they -
had $1.".E(M yet. '
lie charged Sylvester Small.
Sinal! with disloyalty to the union.
Charges of treachery were made
against Small at many of the local
meetings, and in fifteen of the large
cities the strikers voted to continue
the strike. thus virtually deposing their
national president. Small. who was
present at the New York meeting, was
denounced to his face and told to re-
sign. The executive board suspended
him and called a national conference
at Milwaukee.
The Costliest Electric Line.
Details of a marvelous electric rail- '
-nod now r'itred ro'w MUs P. *


Genoa, Italy. are given by L. B. Ward
in the October World Today. Although
only eighty-five miles long, the road
1 ill encounter such a mass of tunnels
and bridges that the cost will average
over $50,00 a mile. To avoid all grade
crossings 372 bridges and 19 tunnels
are to be constructed, one tunnel being
twelve miles long. It will take six
years to complete the line. Electric
hlet..itives of 1,000 horsepower will
be used, with a 72.000 horsepower cur-
rent generated by water power. giving
a speed of eighty miles an hour. The
road is to carry freight as well as pas-
sengers and will link the two cities
into one community.
To Dam the Celerade.
The city of Austin. Tex., has signed
with a New York contracting company
for the rebuilding of the great dam
across the Colorado river at that point.
which was washed away by the floods
several years ago. The new dam.
which is to cost $1.500.000. will form a
lake thirty miles long and half a mile
wide. It will provide power for a
large electric plant.


I POLITICAL
Bryan's Attack on Press.
The Associated Press report of the
speech delivered by W. J. Bryan at
Jamestown. Va.. quoted him as saying
that "the great metropolitan dallies
are controlled by the trusts and their
columns are open to the highest bid-
der." Mr. Bryan later denied that
was a correct report, asserting that he
made the qualified statement that
"many of the metropolitan dailies"
were so controlled. He said he would
discuss the matter more at length
when he spoke at New York.
Watterson For a New Party.
Editor Watterson of the Louisville
Courier-Journal iu a New York inter-
view said that old party lines had
ceased to exist and that we must now
have a new party. He asserted that
Roosevelt had destroyed what was left
of the Republican party and that
Rooseveltism was like Bryanism in
1890. Bryan would bare Mexican-
Ized our currency, but Roosevelt's re-
election would Mexicanize the nation.
Bryan he characterized as a destroyer
of plans and a breaker of images.
Watterson says he is out of politics
for good.
Gaynor Upholds Roeeevelt.
Justice W. J. Gaynor of Brooklyn in
his address at the Brooklyn day exer-
cises at Jamestown defended the anti-
rebate policy of the president, which.
be said, was In no sense a general as-
sault on corporations, lie made the
novel suggestion that the government
appoint the general freight agent of
every railroad to see that there Is no
favoritism and cause the indictment
and conviction of any agent who didn't
play fair. Justice Gaynor went fur-
tber and said that if the people could
not stop rebating except by taking the
railroads over then they would take
them.
Schmitz's Power Not Broken.
From his prison cell former Mayor
Scbmitz of San Francisco has directed
the movements of the Union Labor
party and controlled its convention so
as to prevent a fusion with the reform
elements favorable to the election 'f
the present mayor. Dr. Taylor. The
Republicans have nominated a ma-
chine man named Ryan. thus further
splitting up the city vote, but the Dem-
oTrats have renominated Mayor Tay-
lor. and they have Ieen joined by the
independent reform organizations. All
factionts except the Labor party have
renominated District Attorney Lang-
doun


I EDUCATIONAL j

Minneapolis Salary Raise.
The limit of pay for grade teac-hers
in Miue:tinpolis has been raised from
S.%iN to $1.W10 after a lively campaign
in which a committee of citizens took
part. the Ionrl of tax levy appropriat-
ing the necessary amount.
Against High School Frats.
Two mort cities have joined in the
popular chorus against the secret fra-
ternities in the public high schools-
namely. Washington and Denver. Colo.
In the former city Superintendent
Chancellor holds that the "presence of
secret societies is the sign of a decay-
ing or very young civilization" and
that where the proper spirit prevails
there is a "loyalty to the school as a
whole." In Denver Mrs. Margaret T.
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man of the committee appl,*t-5 to in-
vestigate the matter. She says. "The
board feel that the existence of these
societies is aa injustice to all the pu-
pils. as f e creates false ideas of social
status and wrongs those children who
become outcasts through not being ad-
mitted to the society."
Sanitary Cleaning of Schools.
The New York board of education
has decided to restrict the use of
feather dusters and to Introduce the
vacuum cleaning process in one of the
new schooflioos as a trial.
Will Admit Adults to Scheels.
The Chicage board of education ,sA
decided to admit adults, both foreign
and American born, to the city high
schools. The admission of adults to
the elementary schools was not passed
upon. The question of the admisibil-
Ity of the high school came before the
board through a recowmwedtlke that
three natives of Japan and other coun-
tries be allowed to enter.


I EXECUTIVE

To War on White Slave Tralfe.
Secretary Straus of the department
of commerce and labor has begun an
aggressive warfare against the traffic
in white slaves by causing the appoint-
ment of a number of special Immigra-
tion officers whose entire duty will be
to investigate and prosecute all cases
in which women are brought to this
country for Immoral purposes. The
cases of all susiclous women who
have entered the country since July
I are to be investigated rigidly, as that
was the date when the new Immigra-
tion law went into effect. Many ar-
rests are expected.
Now Interior Assistant.
Frank Pierce of Salt Lake City has
been appointed to succeed First As-
sistant Secretary of the Interior Ryan.
who retires this month on account of
failing health. Mr. Pierce is a mem-
ber of a prominent law firm and has
been one of the Republican leaders in
the state.
Forerunners of Pacific Fleet.
The first definite part In the pro-
gramme of mobilizing the battleship
fleet of the Atlantic on the Pacific
coast was carried out Oct. 12. when
Rear Admiral Sebree sailed from New-
port News with the armored cruisers
Washington and Tennessee

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If your blood is impure, thin, dises ed,
hot or full of humors, if you hate blood
poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating sores,
srofula, ecaema, itching, risings and
bumps, scabby, pimply skin, hone plme.,
catarrh, rheumatism, or any blond or
skin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm
(B. B. B.) Soon all sores heal, aches
and pains stop and the blood is made
pare and rich. Druggists or by express
$1 per large httle Sample free by writ-
ing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. B. B.
B. is especially advised for chronic, deep-
meted cases, as it cures after all else fails.
Accidents will happen. but the best regu-
lated families keep Dr. Thoas' Electric Oil
for such emergencies. It subdues the pain
and heals the hurts.

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by giving the child

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EVERY MOTHER
should keep supplied with BaNard's Horebrmd Syrup, if she
wishes to save her children from serious *ick spells. It con-
tains absolutely nothing injurious, does not constipate. Good
for children as well as adults.
A cough often leads to consumption and should be checked
Immediately.

A Household Necessity.
J. C. Smith, Houston, Texas, writes: "I have used
Ballard s Horehound Syrup in my family for the past
few years, and find it far superior to any other cough
medicine 'we Iave tried. Ev -ry household should be
supplied with this wortlihy reit-dy."
The Delight of Children.


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COUGH, SORE THROAT, BRONCHI-
TIS AND ALL LUNG TROUBLES.
PRICE 25c, 50c, and $1.00
AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES.


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anoying, dangerousna urinary disosra In
is enough to make any kidney sam r
grateful. To tell bow this great chane -c
be brought about will prove comfwrthl
words to hundreds of Florida readers.
A. Oerting, seaman. of 419 L. St., Pn-
acola,Fla., tells how to do it. He says-
"From my expfiouie with Doan's Kid-
ney Pills I can strongly recommend
them to anyone in need of a good medi-
cine for the kidneys. Kidney complatt
and backache caused me ffie irg at in-
tervals for yeais. Thefirst orsecond at-
tack I did not mind. but as time went by
they rew worse ad at times laid me ap.
I could hardly walk and it was a difficult
matter to straighten after stooping while
the kidney secretions were irreu lar and
unnatural. Doan's Kidney Pills cured
me. From personal experience I know
that this remedy can he depended upon
to fulfill the representations made for it."
For ale bv all dealers. Price 50 cents-.
Foster-Milrn Co.. Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remte-ber the name-Doan's--and
take no other.

The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union will in the future maintain five
free ice water barrels on the streets
locating them in the most convenient
and generally traveled places. These
barrels are painted white and bear the
inscription: "Pree Ice Water. W. C. T_
U." They will be cleaned and filled
daily, two tin cups for drinking pur-
poses being supplied. The merchants
In front of whose places of business the
barrels will be placed, will contribute
weekly to the fund necessary to keep
the barrels supplied with ice.-Miami
Metropolis.


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diarrhea.
It can always be depended upom,
even in the more sevee more severe attacks of
cramp colic and cholera morbus.
It is equally successful for summer
diarrhea and cholera infantum in
children, and is the means of saving
the lives of many children each year.
When reduced with water and
sweetened it is pleasant to take.
Every man of a family should keep
this remedy in his home. Bvu it now.
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i. OF mPRESENT The New Schloss s Models I Iare LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's!![]LOCAL GOSSIP i I


WEEK now on display here. They will AND INCIDENTSPersonal Bargains Every Department
AND PERSONALS
!
I set the fashon in gentlemen's wear
:% oJ' I for the coming fall and winter for MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1907.

Pungent ,Jotes Pertaining to Events they that bear is a instantly certain distinguishable.They air of individuality .- Paragraphs About People that I business During career all of my my stock fifteen was years neveras of Something About the People of Titus-

. ,\ Transpiring About Ton are not radical and yet there is Travel Here and There large and more complete than it Tilie as They Come and Go e 1
I is now. Although goods have been
that difference that makes these new mod-
.4. A cool -drink at a cool place at Clothing of the best make and in A cool drink at i
els stand pre-eminent as the artistic creation advancing rapidly in price w6 still a cool place at
I MANDY'S. of master tailors. endless variety of patterns at Kline's have them at prices that are right. MANDY'S. ,

i.,.,;:. Fine ,Box Candies at the Banner Schloss clothes are perfectly tailor- Clothing Store.Conductor I and You when can get here just what- you want Mr. J. D. Crabb arrived home I.
ed and of you want it.
: ; Drug Store' sterling workmanship precise fit with, combining the most B. P. Wall arrived Sunday It would be impossible to enumerate Saturday from Jacksonville. :

I Mr. Harry B. Allen, of Oak Hill, tasteful fashions of the hour. I and took charge of the Sanford all the bargains we have for youfor Mrs. A.Brady returned home from ...

i"I'. was in'town the first of this week. The largest and best line of clothing 'ranch train Monday.Mrs. Monday as it would take almost her visit to West Palm Beach Sun- i 1 E
: ,. shoes, hats, men's and boy's this entire paper to describe them,so .
: W. L. Douglass shoes in endless furnishings shown the East Coast. W. C. Riley, a former resident we just mention a few specials. day.
on
: variety of styles at Kline's Shoe DeW Send us your orders.WINSTON of this place but now of New Misses long coats in beautiful Carl Battle left Monday for a few =

partment. Smyna, spent a few days last week shades of golden brown, red and castor weeks visit with friends and relatives ,( o

., ,. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Norwood re17' S. BRANNING with Mrs. J. P. Wilson. handsomely trimmed, made in- in Coffee county, Ga.
the latest
Titusville, Florida.Campmeeting style, ages from 12 to 18,
: turned to.their home. in West Palm Miss Edna Palmer, of Umatilla, arrived worth $15.00 Monday only $9.98. Boys' knee pants, in endless variety r
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Beach Monday. Over Saturday on a visit to her Ladies' black voile skirts, with of patterns, prices ranging from

,- Mrs. D. B. Pritchard returned aunt, Mrs. A. A. Bethea. wide folds of taffeta, worth $15.00, 50 cents to $1.50 at Kline's Clothing
The colored meeting which
camp special $10.98.
; home from Valdosta Sunday Miss Collins arrived home Store. I
on act Maggie Blue
chiffon made in the
to close ,
s came a Sunday night, was a panama
,' count of ill health. success beyond the anticipations of Saturday after a few week pleasantly latest style, with two folds of taffetato Miss Lula McGuire, of Wauchula, I

Mr.. C. .A. Robinson, of Eden, the officers in charge of the same. spent with friends in Tampa. match,worth$10.00, special $6.98. who is visiting in Sanford, spent

spent a few days in town'the first of It is conservatively estimated that Miss Jamie White, who has been material Black panama to match, with, special folds$6.49.of same Sunday Wilson with of her sister, Mrs. J. P.

the week, and THE STAR office spending awhile with her cousin this place.
gave there were over two thousand color- Ladies' tailor made shirt waists,

if a pleasant call Tuesday. ed people in town Sunday from every Miss Leona Carruthers, left Tuesdayfor made of an excellent quality of lin- Mr. L. J. Morey, of Ft. Pierce,

I Mr. M..Neenan, formerly of thisplace.'and part of the whole East Coast of Pompano. ene, with ten rows of pleats, worth spent a few days here this week on '

,; ;:an old employe of the F: Florida. The best of order was main- Mrs. J. D. Crabb has been quiteill $2.00 Black, special taffeta$1.49.silk waists, hand embroidered a visit to his sister, Mrs. D. B. Clark. 1

;}f E. O. railway, is now in the employ; tained in and about the campgroundsthere for the past few days with continued special $5.98. Mr. G. F. Paddison and family, of "

't of the A.;C.'L. and located at Wild. being no disturbances of any fever, but is some better at Black elastic fluffy ruffle belts, Eau Gallie, returned home yesterday ..

i wOo i." kind, but there were two or three this writing we are pleased to say. with! gun metal buckles, special 59 from a months'sojourn in the north, '

."Mr. H.B. Mace arrived Tuesdayi ; persons arrested for selling liquor,, I Special prices in men's top shirts, cents.Biack Altmann voile, this name isa where Mrs. Paddison and two daugh-

afternoon from New York to spend aside from this perfect order and excellent patterns, light and dark, i guarantee for the best that is made ters have been for several months.

t the winter in Titusville, as is his quietness prevailed. the famous Princely shirt, special 59 44 inches wide, special $1.49 per After spending the week with his J
The
Mace has cheap rates offered from al yard and same in navy blue. mother, Mrs. Moye, who is ill at the I til
t usual custom. Mr. rooms: points from St. Augustine to West cents each Kline's Clothing Store. Danish cloth in all the latest shades

at Palmhurst. Palm Beach enabled a great manyof Mrs. N. Saunders, of Eden one including evening shades, 22 inches home of her daughter, Mrs. Geo. C. 1,

j Mr. Bert Ives arrived in town the white people to come to Titus- of the prominent pineapple growersof wide, special 18 cents per yard. I Battle, Dr. Moye returned to his

i. from Philadelphia Wednesday after-, ville and make a short visit to friends that section, was in town Mon- Brown brilliantine, 38 inches wide, home in Abbeville, Ga., last Friday.
of
sort "home
providing
a coming'to brown is
popular shade this
.r= noon. His father, Mr. B. F. Ives, many who had either lived here day and Tuesday looking after some worth 85 cents, special 59 cents.season, Capt. S. A. Bravo, the well known

,. and family are expected to arriv or spent some time here in years business matters. Special prices in table linens and steamboat man of the Florida East +
"' past. Of this number there napkins to Coast; who has been i in the hospital '
.,. here tomorrow for the winter season. were Miss Sue Hunter,one of the teachers match. ,
so many that we could hardly men- All wool,California blankets, 10-43, in New York for a number of weeks, }
H
: Some of the leading attorneys oft in the public school at Fort'ierce
tion them all, but from all parts oft with wide silk binding, worth $5.00, to leave that
-.. the state are in town this week aF -, the East Coast and from the interior spent part of Saturdayand special $3.49 per pair. expects big city tomor- I

Sending to legal matters before Cir. also they'came in goodly numbers Sunday here with her friends Ladies' black mercerized silk hose,, row for Miami accompanied by Mrs.

.-i; cuit Judge Jones, as follows: Ex, and received a hearty welcome from Miss Susie, L. Teeter and Miss Helen these are the famous Onyx brand, Bravo.

Governor W.S.Jennings, J. C. Cooper friends, and relatives living here. Miller. special 3 pair for $1.00. Indian River hotel has sent in a list
This annual
campmeeting of the Mail orders promptly filled of
on hotel
100
any over arrivals for publi-
< W. J. Bryan, of Jacksonville; J. colored people is accorded the cheapest Among those spending a few daysin of the above goods.

: D. Beggs, of Orlando, J. E. Alex-, excursion rates that the F. E. C. town the first of the week were JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. cation registered within the past E

: der and Egford Bly, of DeLand. R'y has ever given, and we believe Mrs. C. S. Schuyler, of Jensen; Mrs. week, which have to be omitted for '
that if the company would give lack of space this morning. Manager
Ben Howard, the youth who was; occasional excursIOn rates as cheap Woodward, of DeLand; Mr. and The Palmhurst Now Open
Bast has been
doing flourishing
1; injured at this place a. few weeks i as those of last Saturday to Monday Mrs. A. K. Wilson, of Fort Pierce; The Palmhurst has been thrown a }

ago by a moving train, will probably, that they would do an immense who were visiting relatives and open for the reception of the travel- business the past few days. r

a:;: be sent home from the railway hospital -. passenger business! such occasions. friends. 1 ing public this week under the man Mr. E. J. A. Drennen, of Martins 6?

::',>. in St. Augustine within a da y Rev. W. F. Allen and Dr. J. S. I agement of Mrs. H. C. Hart, recently Ferry, Ohio, accompanied by a t
Important Suits Up For Trial i
I_ or so, having about fully recovered Daniel went up to the head of the I of Tampa, and is already enjoyinga friend, arrived Monday on their way
that is ]! The suit of Albert A. Taylor vs. liberal to Dummitt grove, at Clifton, whichis
) from his injuries so nearb river Tuesday afternoon, in Mr. Al- patronage. The owner, Dr.
Florida East Coast Railway Co. i is: owned by Mr, Drennen, who is Y
; so that he will be discharged afro I len's launch Little Cruiser, for a J. S. Daniel, has decided upon the<
being tried this week and the here to dispose of the
takingof either by
erection at crop
r the hospital. squirrel hunt. They succeeded in once of two cottages of
testimony still going on as we < selling or shipping, preferably the ,
go five each
rooms to be built of i
Mr. Robert Ranson of St. Augustine bagging 30 very fine squirrel and con-

to press. The action is brought for crete blocks also will former on account of his wife's ill 1
erect
president of the Florida Peat; had a most delightful trip. a con-
the health.
trespass on case, damages sued crete store
building upon the south-
Construction Co., accompanied by for $30,000 for the burning of plain- Town election passed off very
r. east of his .
his daughter, Miss Francis, and son, tiff's young orange grove near Bona- quietly Tuesday, only about two corner. Macdonald property.Mr. of Jacksonville Lumber Mill Ready for Business f
,
Y Robert, spent from Saturday until I venture. The court and jury inspected dozen voters coming out to the polls. of West arrived The first steam at the mills of the '
formerly Virginia
;, Monday in town with friends, Mr. the grove Wednesday and the So little interest was taken in this Titusville Lumber Co. was startedup
here this week
to take charge of the
;:; Ranson returning to the 'Ancient; case is being hotly contested by both election that it is doubtful if a half concrete building.In Tuesday on the boiler that oper-

City Monday, while his daughter sides. J. C. Cooper, of Jacksonville, dozen votes would have been cast addition to the above the dining ates the planing machine. Capt..

ahd son are spending the week with I is attorney for plaintiff, while Geo. had not the voters' attention been Pritchard had the honor of blowingthe
\. room of The Palmhurst is now being
Their grand parents, Capt. and :Mrs. M. Robbins, of this place, represents called personally to their exercisingtheir and first whistle upon that occassion. '
will
Henry Wilson, at Canaveral.FURNITUREDRY the F. E. C. R'y Co. right in this matter. enlarged completed within The gang of four big furnaces giv-
Another important case that will a few days. .
ing steam for the saw mill will pro-
,GOODS.SHOES; come up is that of Jennie M. Pre- Notice to Fishermen
vatt et al vs. Florida East Coast Political Banquet at Ocala bably be started up within a day or

Beginning next Monday you will t Railway Co. trespass in the case, Notwithstanding the case against: so, after which sawing will com
On the night of the "coming out"
'- receive with each CASH purchase, a L the Sebastian fishermen for
damages for the killing of Jas. Pre- seining mence. The railroad locomotive
convention the Ocala board of trade
ticket. When you have$25.00 worth, has been tried Sheriff Brown
vatt last winter, at the railroad not yet ,
will give a banquet at the Ocala! owned by the is busy bring-
obtain high grade talking company
you can a : crossing in Titusville.Beggs&Palmer will arrest all violators of the taw
machine on the most liberal terms i of Orlando, represent the plaintiffs, and under instructions from the House, to which the newspaper editors ing in logs and lumber at the rate

\' and at a fraction of regular price.It G. M. Robbins for the defendant court will seize and hold all nets as didates, high and state officials, visiting can- of forty to fifty thousand feet per

will interest YOU. company. evidence against those arrested. If many distinguished day will soon be rolling out.
Floridians will be invited and it is
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c Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 fishermen are aware that their nets I
looked forward to
forming a plea-
The Alpine Hotel will be confiscated no doubt they will Revival Meetings '
sant ending to the day's festivities.For .
Notice be more careful about seining. T
Titusville, Fla., F. A. Lesley, man- ---- ------- j Beginning on Sunday next at 11 a.
There will be a regular business; ager. On the European plan-f urn- Church Notes Sale I m. revival services will be held in
meeting of the 'Progressive CultureClub ished rooms and quick lunch. Gen Five the Baptist church conducted by
English Berkshire brood I
:Monday afternoon, at 3:30 I Rev. Wm. Stones will sows, I t
trally located. preach at in fine condition. Bargain for Rev. L. T. Reed, of Decatur Ga., a
o'clock. We ask a full attendance. Sunday at 3:30 Conference anyone
LaGrange p. m. wanting thoroughbred stock.I preacher of fine reputation. There
New members are especially requested Orange and Grapefruit Trees after sermon. E. B. Arnold, Malabar, Fla. f I will be service also at 7 p. m. and

to be present. Grown at Shiloh Fla. The fourth quarterly meeting of j further announcements will be made I '
MRS. A. BRADY, President. on high :
; hickory hammock. Free from white the Melbourne, Georgiana, Eau Gal- I For Sale from time to time.
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fly. One year to two year old buds.: lie and City Point Methodist Episco- i
:'t-- Smoking Tobaccos Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully pal churches will be held on Nov. One pair thoroughbred monthsold i Horses and Mules for Sale

Sensation, Duke's :Mixture, Bull packed and delivered at Oak Hill 2nd and 3rd at City Point. Sermon pups, cross between setter and ; The undersigned expects to be in Ti-

Durham, U. S. :Marine Old English I station. J. W. GRIFFIS, Sunday morning, Nov. 3rd, 10:30 by pointer, will be of right age to train tusville today, Nov. 1st, with a car-
Curve Cut,Van Bibber,Turkish Trophies Shiloh, Fla. Rev. Dr. Rader, presiding elder, the I'when season opens. Address D.,careSTAR load of fine horses and mules. If in

White Rolls. i-- Lord's Supper following the sermon.A ,. office. need of a horse or mule, come early
BANNER DRUG STORE. FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. hearty welcome extended to all I and get your

rt .. About 88 acres of good high: land on communities accessible to the churchat I Myers Cottage I choice.J.. M. OSBAN, ,

;,.; Stove Wood the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat City Point. Mrs. Kate Myers has changed the Titusville, Fla.

.'_ I am offering 16-inch pine stove, the Narrows, described as follows: Lot The pastor Rev. Dr. Hawk, will name of her boarding house to Myers,I
No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3 section i Draying
;! wood that has never been tureen: 36, in township 31 sooth, ,39 east. preach at Eau Gallie, at 7:30 p. m., Cottage. This house (formerly the 1 of all kinds
range Draying or hauling prompt-
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tined. All other wood you buy now This land is unimproved but finely lo Sunday. The service at Eau Gallie Alpine cottage) is located on Hopkins -' ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove
}: has been turpentined; 25 cords cut cated. For further particulars address will be preceded by the regular devotional street, where Mrs. M"ers11 be wood for sale-at all times. s
and dried ready for delivery. E. M. Low.Brockton meeting of the Epworth pleased to see all of her old patrons i H. E. HOLTOY,

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;, "it. t. .. tlon is leading the opposition as chair- COMFORTING WORDSMany

<' of the committee appointed to in-
.f, ct: man .
; :., the matter. She "The '
vestigate says.
; board feels that the existence of these a Florida Household Will Find :

". I : societies is an injustice to all the pu- Them So
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L5TJi : ,: pils. as if creates false ideas of social
status and wrongs those children who To have the pains and athesofsbad from
be entirely free
removed to
back ;
; ad-
become outcasts through not being dangerous urinary disorders isis
annoying
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mitted to the society. sufferer
kidney
make
enough to any
tjf Sanitary Cleaning of Schools. grateful To tell how this great change can

The New York board of educationhas be brought about will prove comfortil1g'words

i .l' ; vz *? decided to restrict the use of to hundreds of Florida readers.
; 1 A. Oerting, seaman, of 419 L. St., Pen--
!: )-..- } nd ot livilizivtion mMLines ItomfeldoH'ees feather dusters and to introduce the sacola,'Fla., tells bow to do it. He says?
:: = cleaning in one of the Kidney
..;' vacuum process "From experience with Doan's -
;j't ,-.. '. '.::fig. v .'xF.Y. ::: :4 .. ;} %&"%?....?': ':':':".".:;;*,.$&&*,-: &> -i *. & \ new schoolhonses as a triaL Pills my I can strongly recommendthem

;. I J >' "&f&Sr&i2 ; 7 V 4 JSfefrfe *?.* ':& >*.%?..>.: V''> v *..MV__" Will Admit Adults to Schools. to anyone in need of a good medicine
for the kidneys. Kidney complaint '
with oxygen by pumping air through | Ward The Chicago board of education LLB at intervals -
Genoa, Italy, are given by L. B. and backache caused me suffering
tZI COMMERCIAL I perforated pipes extending Into the in the October World Today. Although decided to admit adults both foreign for years. The first or second attack -

r : water. More than 500 fresh trout and only eighty-five miles long the road and American born, to the city high I did not mind, but as time went by

:: ( : ; 150 carp were sold on a, recent trip A ill encounter such a mass of tunnels schools. The admission of adults to they grew worse and at times laid me op y

rti t. : Wireless Service Across Atlantic.Although from Hamburg to New York. and bridges that the cost will average the elementary schools was not passed I could hardly walk and it was a difficult while
tiff 't.; admissibilIty to straighten i after stooping
of the
signals and messages were upon. The question matter
To avoid all
Failure Follows Copper Crash. over $00,000 a mile. grade irregular and
tt transmitted across the of the high school came before the the kidney secretions were
successfully After a sharp rise in United Copperand crossings 372 bridges and 19 tunnelsare unnatural: Doan's Kidney PIlls curedme.
fi.' :: Atlantic ocean by the Marconi wireless other stocks of which F. A. Heinze to be constructed, one tunnel being board through a recommendation that From personal experience I know
r t long as two years ago. the three natives of Japan and other coun-
L as
system will take six
A and his associates are the chief owners twelve miles long. It that this remedy can be depended uponto
establishment of a regular commercial tries be allowed to enter.EXECUTIVE. made for it."
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: there came a terrific slump in all years to complete the line. Electric fulfill the representations

rtJ. .''. transatlantic service for news and coppers Oct. 16, together with a fall locomotives of 1,000 horsepower will For sale bv all dealers. Price 50 cents.FosterMiltnrn .

'c :. business purposes by that method will In the principal railroad stocks. .This be used, with a 72,000 horsepower cur- 1[ I Co.. Buffalo, New York,
Oct. 17.
& date In history from Thursday. I marked the collapse of a speculative rent generated by water power givinga sole agents for the United States.
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riff'.( when the first regular message was Doan'e-ana
1,. movement headed by the Heinze interests speed of eighty miles an hour. The Remember the name-
,. .- }*. sent by Premier Laurier of Canada the to and it was accompanied by the road is to carry freight as well as passengers To War on White Slave Traffic. take no other.

? congratulate suspension of a'prominent Stock Exchange and will link the two cities Secretary Straus of the departmentof

't English people on firm, that of Gross & Kleeburg into one community.To commerce and labor has begun an The Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion

:' ,i u :. this new achievement which had been buying United Copperfor Dam the Colorado. aggressive warfare against the trafficIn will in the future maintain five

: which the he Otto Heinze &. Co.. the latter firm The city of Austin..Tex. has signed white slaves by causing the appointment free ice water barrels on the streets
to
meant
said
1 f embarrassed and refusing to of a number of special immigration the most convenientand
being with a New York contracting companyfor locating them in
t 1 .,_ what people the of laying today of take the stocks purchased for them.It the rebuilding of the great dam officers whose entire duty will be generally traveled places. Thesebarrels

: .,' appeared that F. Augustus Here, the Colorado river at that to investigate and prosecute all cases
t. .t' I the first Atlantic across point. are painted white and bear the
k to this
v'- :r brother of Otto was not Interested In wblch was washed away by the floods In which women are brought T.
cable did to those immoral The Inscription: "Free Ice Water. W. C.
:W- the attempt to build a corner in .cop- several years ago. The new dam. country for purposes. -
: Signer Marconi of the last century. of all women who U." They will be cleaned and filled
i per. Many low records were scored which is to cost $1,500.000 will form a cases suspicious
p'j' t K i I Numerous dispatches were then transmitted both- for railroad and Industrial stocks on lake thirty miles long and half a mile hate entered the country since July daily two tin cups for drinking purposes -
% by prominent persons on 1 are to be investigated rigidly as that The merchantsin
fj\ supplied.
the same day.FishHarriman. wide. It will provide power for a being
Atlantic and reproduced
sides of the
;: the date when the new Immigration
was
large electric plant. front of whose places of business the
I { "..' In the dally papers. Before the day Struggle. law went into effect Many arrests -
was done between 6,000 and 10,000 The final battle for the control of : are expected.New barrels will be placed will contribute

1f.7" : ti words hid been transmitted across the the Illinois Central began in the cir- I POLITICAL'' Assistant. weekly to the fund necessary to keep

t"\\.. N- sea from the station at Glace Bay to"J" cuit court at Chicago when StuyvesantFish Interior has the barrels supplied with Ice.-Miami
of Salt Lake City
the west coast of Ireland. injunction re- Frank Pierce
a' Clifton, on got a temporary Metropolis.CASTORIA.
.. Scientists merchants stock exchanges. straining E. II. Harriman and associates Bryan's Attack on Press. been appointed to succeed First As-

I premiers and rulers joined in the Interchange from voting 280,731 shares own- The Associated Press report of the sistant Secretary of the Interior Ryan
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i.... :n of congratulations. The ed by the Union Pacific, the Railroad speech delivered by W. J. Bryan at who retire this month on account
''''''' Pierce is a member
"' { Marconi company will charge 10 cents Securities company and the Mutual Jamestown. Va.. quoted him as saying failing health. Mr.
v' ,f : a word and promises soon to cut this Life. Next day the Harriman lawyersgot that "the great metropolitan dailiesare of a prominent law firm and has For Infants and Children.

r" rate in half whereas regular cable the order so modified that this controlled by the trusts and their been one of the Republican leaders in
( The Kind You Have
- rates are 23 cents a word for ordinary stock could be voted, but still it would columns are open to the highest bid the state. Always BoughtBears

f !t "t, dispatches and 10 cents for press not count if it held the balance of der. Mr. Bryan later denied that Forerunners of Pacific Fleet. theSignature

f, '_, cablegrams, power. Fish cited the Illinois law as was a correct report asserting that he I' The first definite part in the pro-

i is.,>t:'. Owing to the illness of one of Mart forbidding a corporation outside of made the qualified statement that gramme of mobilizing the battleshipfleet of _

coni's assistants the principal ceremonies the state from voting stock In a state "many of the metropolitan dallies" of the Atlantic on the Pacific

i .,. .' .. of the day were omitted but a railroad. Then began the scurry for were so controlled. He said he would coast was carried out Oct. 12. when
: J ft: number of scientists: and newspaper proxies. The stockholders' meetingwas discuss the matter more at length Rear Admiral Sebree sailed from Newport !

.k; i;: men were present as the special guests delayed In order that the committee when he Spoke at New York. News with the armored cruisers BERL

Ii : :: of the inventor Signor MarconL The might canvass the returns. Watterson For a New Party. Washington and Tennessee. C"A INS 1

: J! ?, ; "" telegraph operator sits In a high tower Amalgamated Cuts Dividend.At Editor Watterson of the Louisville

i ...;: with a telephone to his ear and I a meeting of the board of directors Courier-Journal in a New York interview Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer, .
transmitter under his hand. Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf .
Morse
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of the Amalgamated Copper com- said that old party lines had J/ r.J
1 '_ ;" ', With each pressure of the key a flash pany the quarterly dividend declaredwas ceased to exist! and that we must nowhave yonr blood is impure, thin, diseased,

}. 1- of blue flame shot upward as the electric 1 per cent, a reduction of one-half a neparty.. lIe asserted that hot or full of humors, if you bare blood ,
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.. : .Y Impulse from the powerful dynamos from the rate which has been in force Roosevelt had destroyed what was left poison cancer, carbuncles, eating sores, DJAFffliflffA, [ I
i J. I ':!. "i-- was released and transmitted for some time past of the Republican party and that scrofula, eczema, itching, risings! and I ""'.
: >1!; through the tall steel tower and at eltlsm like Bryanism In bumps, scabby, pimply skin, bone pains, ,, ,-.,,,,,,,
;.'# 1\! ; .. the same time a loud detonation sound- Decrease In B. and O. Earnings.The Uoo IStW.e>Bryan was would have Mexlcan- catarrh, rheumatism, or any blond or A. N
Botanic Blood BalmB.
.. I Although annual report of the Baltimoreand skin disease, take
I r ed on the ears of those present. -
Ized our currency but Roosevelt's reelection ( B. B.) Soon all sores heal, aches
: j ;::: ., no attempt at speed was made. Ohio railroad just issued shows would Mexicanize the nation. and pains stop and the blood is made few doses of this remedy will Invariably
.. I. the operator averaged twenty words a gross" earnings for the past year of Bryan he characterized as a destroyerof pare and rich. Druggists or by express cure an ordinary attack: of
; minute which would make a maximum $88,502.924, an increase over the two plans and a breaker of images. $1 per large little Sample free by writing diarrhoea.
4;:" o t: of 24.800 words a day. but Mar previous years. The net earnings for Watterson says he is out! of politicsfor Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. B. B. It can always be depended upon, .
.- J-- coni announced that within a month the year however were only $2..3 :,- B. is especially advised for chronic, deep- even In the more severe attacks of

\ .t the speed would be Increased to thirty- 830 a decrease of $o3,004 from 190G. good. seated cases, as it cures after all else fails. cramp colic and cholera morbus.It .

l :;" i five words a minute and. In addition to Operating expenses increased $ ,36-t.- Gaynor Upholds Roosevelt. is equally successful for summer '
:.: : this two other stations between the 800. Justice W. J. Gaynor of Brooklyn In Accidents will happen, but the best regulated diarrhoea and cholera infantum la
his address at tbe Brooklyn day exer- families keep Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil children, and is the meant ef saving
One
continent: were to be established Big Hamburg Bank Fails. It subdues the children each
defended the anti- for such emergencies. pain the lives of many year.
at Jamestown
I : : Is already building at Cape Cod. Mar The heaviest bank failure in Germany cises and heals the hurts. When reduced with water and
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coni says that in a short time he will since the collapse of the Lelpzigt rebate policy of the president, which.he -- --- --- sweetened it is pleasant to take.

t. ':; have perfected an overland wireless r bank in 1TO1 occurred Oct. 17. said was in no sense a general assault OAI STOn..A. Every man of a family should keep
Km*Yon Hart Altars '
communication at once on corporations. He made the gear,the Bought this remedy in his home. Bny it now.
i.- t't'A. t system to give when the private banking firm of Ilal-
between New York and San Francisco. ler. Soehle & Co. of Hamburg went to novel appoint suggestion the general that freight the government agent ofevery sgs%U. ct; PRICJ.2C. LARGE SIZE, 50c.

. :t: Wheat Passes $1 Mark. the wall. The liabilities are reportedat railroad to see that there is no

\. i 1- I t : Wheat is selling at over ?1 a bushel $7.500.000. with assets undeter favoritism and cause the indictment ,

: j in all parts of North Dakota. and the mined. The concern had been doing and conviction of any agent who didn'tplay
business for seventy-seven" and
years
farmers of that state especially those fair. Justice Gayuor went further -

>y .i i _". of the Red rlt'er"Riley., are receivinggreater until utation.recently The had failure enjoyed is attributed a high rep to and said that if tbe people could A tflilich: in'lime saves nine.1

S. i c ",- returns from their crops than not stop rebating except by taking the
'. : f '\v'I for any of the last half dozen years the real locking estate operation up of funds in miniiig and railroads over then they would take Save many a sick spell !

t' In the Chicago exchange the rapid advance them.

:-It_ : in the price: caused considerable Schmitz's Power Not Broken. by giving the child a!
r excitement for time and many of I INDUSTRIAL I
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t. From his prison cell former Mayor
\. ..'.. .. the "bears" are said to have lost heavily. Schmitz of San Francisco has directed BALLARD'SHOREHOUND I
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On day the price for May
:.- \ one Telegraphers Defy Small. I the movements of the Union Labor
soared to $1.12V
-'t wheat
-- ; w. Prl"jlent S J. Small of the Telegrapher party and controlled its convention so SYRUP .j
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j ; Harriman's Order Causes Alarm. ** union sent to the 152: locals* in as to prevent a fusion with the reform

i.:-: : '. Although the report that E. II. Ilar- 'hi country a uje ,ae< saying that be elements favorable to the election "f EVERY MOTHERshould "

; riman had Issued' a sweeping order for was in favor of callins: :; the strike' off the present ma 'or. Dr. Taylor. The keep with .
supplied Ballard's Horehound Syrup, if she:
r retrenchment on the railroads contro1!. 3'C all efforts: at Republicans have nominated a ma- wishes to save her children from serious sick spells it con ':'

.''r; led by him has been to some extent nritrition" hall chine man named Ryan thus further tains absolutely nothing injurious, dots not constipate. Good _.
: discredited by that gentleman. there fai'ed! rod tb" splitting up the city vote but the Democrats for children as well as adults.
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: is a feeling throughout the west that treasury w.Kilrple'ed have renominated Mayor Taylor A cough often leads to consumption and should be checked i

r. .1 there Is to be an abatement of activity :t:).1 rejTKstllli and they have lieen joined by the immediately.

in connection with railroad enterprises, tL t' ire independent reform orginlzations. AH .

I r especially as regards new work. It is caN t,) cote 01 f"t factions except the Labor party have A Household Necessity.

said that a statement was given out the jlitIfY.'itinl1 I renominated District Attorney Lang-
J. C. Smith, Houston, Texas, writes: "I have used i
Francisco at the office of Gen- 1.-lIoH"lm: this. I don ;
I in San JJallard Horehound Syrup in my family for the past !
"' ; eral Manager E. E. Calvin of the OIuirmanThoiuas I II few years, and find it far superior to any other cough tmedicine
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'.' I Southern Pacific in which the following I the tmamv I Wfl have tried. Every houueh'old should be :;

,, r paragraph appeared: "In addition c.'Ommith"t" rave t' 3F I EDUCATIONALMinneapolis I supplied with this worthy remedy." w

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: A to reducing train service the company out a statementdcninp \l'i The Delight of Children.
is forced to retrench by reducing shop that tilt"1;' l'M ,. I Salary Raise.
forces betterments and all other expenses treasury COLDS WHOOPING ..
1 1 The limit of pay for grade teachersin COUGHS ,
;: S other than maintenance on account einptv and saj'- '- 'X\ Minneapolis has been raided from CURES: SORE THROAT, BRONCHITIS -

; 8 of the stringency' of the money svgs that they SSOO to M.OOO after a lively campaignin AND ALL LUNG TROUBLES. ,c

market Those In position to know had $r.00 yet which a committee of citizens took PRICE 25c 50c and $1.00 '
He charged Sylvester Small. q
statement was inspiredby
I. r claim that this! part. the board: of tax levy appropnat
Mr. Harrinian, although it may not Small! with disloyalty to the union. lag; the necessary amount. AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES. /' I

I have been gent out over his sl :3ature. Charges of treachery were made }i K
Enforcement of this order will mean against Small at many of the localUlt'etlngs. Against High School Frats.

S. idleness for thousands of workmen, and in fifteen of the large Two more cities have joined in tile Ballard Snow Liniment Co. r

and industrial activities which are allied cities the strikers voted to continue popular chorus against the secret fraternities -

...I i a with railroad interests will be the strike. thus virtually deposing their in the public high: schools 500-502 North Second Street, ;; .;_- ,
seriously affected.A national president Small who wa namely Washington and Denver, Colo. Y ?

Pond. present at the New York meeting was In the former city Superintendent ST. LOUIS MO.
Floating Trout ,
Chancellor holds that the ofsecret
: denounced to his face and told to re "presence
One of the novel features of the sign. The executive board subtended societies is the sign of a decayin i...j1k /f

I I steamship Amerlka of the Hamburg- him and railed a national conferenceat ; or wry young civilization" and
i American line Is a tank In which fish, Milwaukee.The I that where the proper spirit prevails

principally trout and carp are kept II I there is a "loyalty to the school as a Sold and Recommended
I Costliest Electric Line. I by
alive and served to customers In there&Uutaiit I; whole." In I>enver Mrs. Margaret T.
t : Details of marvelous electric railroad T1.1usV'1.11o;
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ordered. The tanks Phnrxn.aoy:
'i! when True president of the board of educa- AY1d
1 are cf *Ic*.. jywj tl* -V:11 terurrH"
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, : 1ili BR F NEWS of which are bearing. This season U. S. Commissioneds Named. COMMON SENSE j

: he expects to get 1,500 boxes of fruitThe BEST FOR THEBOWELS (Times-Union.) Le&ds most intelligent people to use onlymedfUine ,I

:; purchase price was $7Ooo.-Kls" *of known composition. There- ,
f: I ll PAIR FLORIDA simmee Valley Gazette. In the office of Clerk E. O. Locke of fore (t Is'tha Dr. Pierce's medicines the

. the United States circuit and district make trf wlich print every Ingredient

Large schools of bass have been It yon hanD't angular,healthy mM'emnt of the courts, the appointment of United enterlngkuk)hem upon the bottle wrappers Te

:N Ifet is Being Done Towards the Def coming into the river the past week, powelevery rowels open,day.end be you're welL illorwilibe.Force, in the Keepyroee shape of States commisioners for the Southern and tre violent physic or pUl poison, is dangerous. The are daily greying in fivor. The composition
and many of them have been caught smoothest,easiest most perfect of District of Florida, with headquartersas D Pierce's
s 'lelopment way keeping o( medicines is open
; ; of the PenlnSlllaI
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the bow lx dear and clean is to take
; One day the first of the week Mr. stated were filed Thursday as to everybody, r. Pierce Meg desirous

: : '. Till large cigar factory of M. Mora- Gray, the bridge keeper, caught nine CANDYCATHARTIC follows: of having the search light ofliprl invact a. f

," .lea at Key West, was destroyed by fire at one cast of his net. Two parties Mr. Guy I. Metcalf succeeds Hon. confident turned that fully thgWtler upon his formulae h** com *, s1 being ton -

: ,Monday night. fishing at the bridge caught 20 and 32 W. I. Metcalf as United States Com- ot Tne!'P Tn...ri
2 r;, The Tampa Chamber of Commerce respectively: These bass weighed missioner at Palm Beach Dade county will i thej gr p t curaTiMLerit e o '-1 tmrtd
.Being holly'made ofthe ,
i has adopted om.5 to 15 pounds. New Smyrna Mr. W. I. Metcalf was appointed w active q\ e
resolutions
t. tfong againstI' medicinal principles extracted from native g
T prohibition in Hillsborough county or Breeze. judge in Dade county, and as requIredby forest roots, by exact processesoriginal ;'

I law, resigned his position with the with Dr. Pierce and without the t
> In the State. Chas. Kerr, planter and owner of anice ill ',t
use of a drop of alcohol
.' ,triple-refined and .
} government to accept the state office
suburban farm short distance '
a chemically pore glycerine being used instead
The Miami News says that a work EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Mr. I.
l ; train is southwest of town, not only shipped Yleusnt, Palatable, Potent, Taete Goody Do Beugnet was appointed United In extracting and preserving the .
.t:, now being operated on Good. )ever Sk ,Weaken States commissioner curative virtues
&.n or Oripe10.2a and at Fernandina residing in the rootsemployt"d.
6-10 crates of pineapples from his place 10 cents per boL Write for free sample,end booklet ,
East
KnlghVs Key the Florida these
on health. Nassau to Hon. medicines are entirely
on Address t33 county succeed Hinton
.4 Coast this past season, but shipped 20 cratesof free from the objection of doing harm .
extension Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York. J. Baker, Jr.. who resigned the office
good ones only as long ago as elec.tIon by creating an appetite> for either alcoholic .
"More than KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN to accept the position of county judga beverages habit ..
one thousand head of cattle day, October 15th, and expects or forming

.r--r J have been shipped from DeSoto to i_ get a good price for them.-Palm Mr. Beugnet was,recommended for th drugs.bottle Examine the formula on their t
wrappers-the t
same as sworn to by
county: during the past ten days, to Beach Kews.Information. W. F. Holmes a prominent wholesale appointment by his predecessor in of- Dr. Pierce, and you will find that his t ,

,. Key West and Havana. paper dealer of Grand Rapids fice.Each Golden Medical Discovery," the great v
has reached us of i commissioner is appointed fora blood-purifier, stomach tonic and bowel ; t
;' The enrollment of the public schools Jich., who has spent the past several
monster rattlesnake being Killed on term of four years, to date from the regulator-the medicine which, while not f
f :; at the clove of the first month is 24 the plantation of J. *M. Clarldy one winters in Florida has sold out and recommended to cure consumption in its
of his oath office
filing of unless
t larger that for the same time last this moved his family to Daytona where sooner advanced stages(no medicine will do that) ft41
day week. The reptile measured
removed by the court. yet doe cure all those catarrhal condi
will make their future home. Mr.
i: year. There being 223 pupils now in 7 feet, 1115-32 inches, and a gorgeous they tions of head and throat, weak stomach, ..' } e .

f the schools as against 205 at this time button. Upon being cut open, two Holmes has been in Sanford the past A Reliable Remedy for Croup torpid liver and bronchial troubles, weak i ''

several days, accompanied by his partner lungs and hang-on-coughs, which If neg. b
f last year.-Tropical Sun. squirrels and one rabbit, besides an Mrs. S. Rosinthal Turner Michigan lected or badly treated lead up to and

abundance of other miscellaneous R. Jereo, who Is also from Mich- says: "We have used Chamberlain's J finally terminate In consumption. ,
The property owners of Palatka are igan. They have been here this week Cough Medicine for ourselves and child. f Take the "Golden Medical Discovery t,, r

to vote on November 11 on the ques- fowls and far mproducts were found. looking for a suitable location for a ren for several years and like it very *n rime and It Is not likely to disappoint ;

tion'of authorizing the city councilto Jasper News. much. I think 'it is the only remedy you If only iou give It a thorough and t :;
In Sanford. He Informsus fair triaL Don' ,
crate factory expect miracles. It
for and >recommend i\f'
borrow 110,000 with which to com croup can highly rl won't do supernatural things. You must .1
Fort Pierce is making rapid stridesIn that the machinery Is bought and For sale by Titusville Pharmacy and exercise patience and in its
your
persevere
plete the waterworks system and other the march of progress. At this timeno will be shipped so soon as a suitablecan Banner Drug Store. use for a reasonable length of time to get .

/ municipal improvements. Its full benefits. The Ingredients of which
less than a dozen houses are in : be decided upon.-Sanford Chron- Dr.
Pierce's medicines are composed have 4
Shipments of fish on Ice from the
Fire totally destroyed the Lanark course of erection or nearing completion cle. the unqualified endorsement of scores of t
: port of Punta Gorda for the week ending medical leaders-better
'- Sound and the end is not yet Every than any amountof
Inn at Lanark on St.' George's Within a few weeks the work of Tuesday night amounted to four lay or non-professional testimonials.

t Franklin county last Tuesday. The, mechanic fs busy, and plans for several building a Jetty along the south side of They are not given away to be experimented i
citizens new homes have been drawn and car loads In bulk and 101 barrels aggregating with but are sold by all dealers la ,
patronized
place was largely by
.s the: new ship channel will be com 116,200 medicines at reasonable prices.
pounds.
,.. owned work will'commence as as labor
of Tallahassee and was, soon -- ---- -
menced. The barges and tugs to bused .

by the Gainesville & Gulf Railroad.Mr. and material can be secured.-St. Lu- in the operations are to arrive Be Charitableto _

cle County Tribune. T\t Most Velttatk Sit of YOGA fed B..,.
J. L. Young has just completeda here next week. It is estimated that your horses as well as to yourself. You mtUif Books ever FkbluAed.

solid sea wall made of 2x6 lumber, A few days ago Mrs. F. J. Collins two; or three months work will be need not suffer from pains of any sort- RUDDERHOWTO
horses need not suffer. Try a bottle
four
along the entire river front of Thos A and family got poisoned on oysters necessary to complete the work although of BaIIard'4 Snow Liniment. It cures all .

ml5 n'S winter home. The wall, and the affair came near resulting se much will depend on tht pains. J. M. Roberts, Bakersfield, Mo., BOOKS

which is out 165 yards from the shore riously. They had taken some lus weather. The new jetty Is to be ev writes: "I have used your hnimept for Over loco boats have NOT built from the fines
ten and find it to be the beet I have printed in these books-Successfully sailed in
Is 1800 feet long.-Fort Myers Press. clous looking bivalves to their homeat tended: further into the ocean than years every clime and upon every sea-Fun detail
ever used for man or beast. Sold bv Ti- drawing of all parts, showing what it is and
;L The altar and rail have just been Winter Haven and greatly enjoyed I the; north jetty and it is expected' tha tusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug how to nuke> tt-Text extremely simple.

eating them, but shortly after, all became it will cause the channel to become Store.
completed at Holy Cross Episcopal HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
sick much deeper from the force of the tide M tall wow" '-! L.rk."a,tobaild.tnmttall taoa
but for the !
and prompt arrival -
church, Buena Vista thus finishingthis twerp; .o..d tamif boat c...a bv/1 lean th."".-I&. rfj

,attractive place of worship. The of a physician) would have had a which will rush through the narrow REASONSFor HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA +
formed by the lines of rock. One boat foe aftrrwrx mint or kaorkfair abort faal 1
hard time. They are all improvingnow. way .. .. ..
altar and rail were the gift of :Miss r H Bartow CourierInformantAs Buying'a High Speed, Ball ng; full pa..j pictacr*o(completed boat 4
-
Gladys Vanderbilt, of Newport, R. I.Miami .- Bearing HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
Suit For Personal
Injuries
[oil Min'tural' nrnt narknM ever dimpwd t a pria.wtanrr .
Metropolis.All the result of falling partially in America Asa and ADMralia; easy to baud| Wto >
Through his attorney J. Walter Ke- "Standard" Rotary Shuttle wia.,UI. 1f
down the.Courthouse while
piers on the Long Key viaduct steps, descending HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
hoe action brought Samuel M
was by
Simple.... prartiral.ekowieg tow ta tonatrati laaaol i
them after dark, Judge J a
are now completed and are ready for ball lor uf.itk aaMor.. arTcral other plan
HIghtower against the Louisville &. Sewing Machine #
the: concrete work. 'There are forty B. Wall, suffered painful injuries. It HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
Nashville yesterday for $10,000 for: A CM all aromd rnram boat Wa .seal!.
good
;
c
was at first thought that several ribs ; p
arches yet to be constructed and an railer.eit.blefurebeiluwwet....
personal injuries received by him ONLY ONE REASONFor
increased force of men will be put to were broken, but examination showed HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL.DRAUGHT SLOOP
while walking on Muscogee wharf. The other A drm litUo fading boas with moderate onraaagt eel
work to hurry the building of these. that only the ligaments were torn. The buying any machine, unall ail plan.
plaintiff alleges that on January 31,
. Miami Record. ;judge was encased in plaster paris ands viz.: It is cheaper. But there is HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
1907, while in the employ of the Key Eat?to build;rnrrthug ureigMin.tthemeSfee.bey
now at his home, awaiting the heal- to begin w.u.;...._built very diMpl",..1_aIoop or cat rip
I Rev.. B.. ,P. Robertson, pastor of the Ing of the ligaments. He will be con- ser-Muldon Co., he was walking on more difference in the quality HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHT (i y

Muscogee wharf in the discharge of A complete dmnption of tow to fMuLI..odttlj"not -
than in the price. 1-
Arcadia church
Baptist has, we un: fined to bed for a week or more.- llufl wed la Mil Btf aodcli.

derstand accepted at salary of $21 his duties, when workmen in the em-
a ,, Tampa News.H. .
400 annually the position of traveling ploy of the Louisville & Nashville who The "Standard" ROTARY SHUTTLE PRICE $1. EACH

agent for Columbian College at Lake -M. de Montmollin, secretary of were at the time repairing the elevated NEVER STOPS when the machine is in PntMIO .T CX'MCS ANTWMCNC
operation. Old'style shuttles start and Bound in doth-Cold lettering-Sue of p.g..
the Palatka Board of Trade receive track through carelessness drop- 111
City with the expectation of raising TOP TWICE each stitch. Just thinkof 9 by 11 inches-Large,ciearlynlrawn: plans.
a telegram Tuesday from Mr. R. H. ped a heavy deal, which struck him
$250,000 as.an endowment for the co!" the extra strain and wear that this THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

lege.-Arcadia Champion. Thompson, of Boston, who has recent upon the shoulder. He sustained a makes! The"'"Standard" Rotary Shuttle 9 MUMNAT STMCCT NEW YOUR._ U. S. *

,\la ly purchased the "Hart's Point" property broken collar bone, and claims that moves on continuously without a jar.
The needle bar has only two motions to Srnd postal far CiUflofue of Books forVatkltman't
T. J. Williams and A. J. Walker across the river from Palatka, he was otherwise injured and maimed Library. I
every stitch, whereas the vibrator bar has
I have a fine crop of grapefruit at their stating that he would give the county; for life.-Pensacola Journal. f
four.No
grove on Lake Hollingsworth. There the right-of-way through his property; heavy balance wheel required to

Is not less than a thousand boxes on for the approach to the bridge and if There is no Reason carry motion over the stops and starts.

the trees and the fruit is unusually the bridge is built there he will in The momentum of each stitch helps
why your baby should be thin, and fret make the next

fine. An option has been taken by a all probability, construct 100 houseson fill during the night. Worms are the Less! noise than any other machine.

buyer for this fruit at $2.50 a box In the Point.A. cause of thin, sickly b&biea It is natural RUNS 75 PER CENT. LIGHTER

February.-Lakeland News. that a healthy baby should be fat and THAN OLD STYLE MACHINES.The .

C. Pheil, of St. Petersburg, wa sleep well. If your baby does not retain fact that it is the most rapid sew-
\ its food, don't experiment with colic ills machine made is conclusive proof thatit
The British steamship Apollo Capt. here Monday and closed the deal with!
cures and other medicine but hot is the and
try a lightest running, good evidence -
have stood the test for
Dawson, from Pensacola with six the Inverness Company for the phos- tie of White's Cream Vermifuge, and you it is very quiet. anti are still 10 the lead. Their over 50 absolute yean,

thousand bales of cotton and a part phate lands owned by the latter in this will soon Fee your baby have color and It is the most rapid sewer-makes two certainty of growth,their uncommonly
laugh as it should. Sold bv Titnsvill motion of the treadle to three of other large yiekls of delicious rrgrtables and
of phosphate ran ashore on section. This that mineswill
cargo means more beautiful flowers,make them the most
Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store machines in sewing the same length of tF
reliable and the most
Marquis Reef Friday. The tug Rescue popular every r ;
:}
l be operated in this section and
eam. It makes Iii stitches while others where bold by alt dealers. J907
In charge of the wreckers, towed hundreds: of men will be given emj make 100. Seed AuuaU free on request A

the vessel Into Key West where the j lojment Just watch Inverness grow. Oranges Moving From DeSoto It makes lath the two thread lock 0. H. FERRY 4 CO..

Oranges are moving a little more stitch and the single thread chain stitch.It Detroit, Mick.
f cotton is being discharged.The The town Has more than doubled Ipulation
makes the prettiest and most elasticstitch.
in the past two years, and everday.. Last Saturday five cars .
total orange and grapefruit left Arcadia for the Yankee cousins I 60 YEARS
the prospects are good for an equal increase Tensions not changed by change of

shipments for the season up to last in the next six month-Itl\"er- who must have Florida fruit So it speed, size of thread thickness of goods, EXPERIENCE

Sunday Oct. 13, was :3,3CG; boxes. Up ness Chronicle. tastes good they want it regardless of nor length of fctitch; what other machinecan
do much?
to same date last year was 27,77 the color. The Wiliford packinghouse as 1
Does not break thread when machine ,
showing a decrease up to date of 14- While the growers of the county are opened this week. Hart & Co; I Is run backward

40C. Only 800 boxes have been shipped pot Kicking about the size of the pres- of Fort )Mead the lessees, have bought "Mandanl": 1otary has the I.i;: est

since Sunday all from upriver ent crop they are expecting double a number of crops and have been get i j hnhhin of any lock-s-titch machine Hold
100 yards of No SOtotton.The TRADE MARKS
groves-Fort Myers Press. the crop another year. The trees ate tin:; off grapefruit and some oranges. tension is releaced when taking; DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS

not heavily loaded the present year Scott Brothers had the door open and ont the KOO>U &.c:.
Shipments of cigars from Tampa for AnTone tending a tketrh and In many groves the crops are light will soon bring up the rear and will The shortest nt't'l.ll.11't't1 in !lock stitch qalrkly ascertain our opinion free whether an.
the week ending October 12 were S. machine"-therefore lev liable to bend invention Is pmlmbly putvntable. fommanlratinnnRtnctlymnttdentlaL
They are in good conditicn for a fine make fin packing houses workingnere. I Hind book on Patent
885000. Total shipments from January i I and skip 'titi-he'. cent fr-e. Olde4aeenvy for wcunnir patent. t
yield another year, and you can expec A sight is to see the expert Feeil motion- all >oMti\e- Patents taken through Mann 4 Co. receive }
1 to October 12 were 218,943,00 j nosjnnj'n : rprcvu notice, without charge in the
a cool half million crop from Volus>ia. packers at work. Their hands fly e l-hence machine will feed over all
for the corresponding I Scicntitic Jlm ritan.A
Total shipments The present yield however will bring 'and the boxes fill with the fruit before thicknee! goods and seams without .

_ period of .last year were 19S,210,00 "chewing" the cloth, no matter what handsomely Ula! lots of money into the country. The you can see how it is done.-DeSoto length of stitch. of any..<.ienUD! Journal. Term.. 13 a
thisyear
The increase in shipments for r<>*r: four months.fL IoIf1b.U: "ewlld".aleB.
clop in the vicinity of DeLand this .:To.: News. Will wear twice as long as other lockstitch
up to October 12 was :0..3:>,000, rear is estimated at 75,000 boxes.-De- machine. MUNN & Co 3B1Broade,. Hew York

Branch otece.in:,! F BUVashln! ton.D._C._
Best of attarlnner.t' in
I s! et machine
No Use any -
I.and Record. There's ---- -- ---
interests of Santa Rosa
The liquor ,
1f"a-ljll"tin;,, ami fastened l theI
county have decided to contest the talking. you can't heat Herbine for the I 1'1t"-.r" bar in peace of tile fart KILLTHECOUCHAND

special election held two months ago Always Was Sick Ii\er. The greatest regulator e\erofi>.rllest I I ball IxMrinsrs, fitted with adjust.attic .
t'li nnVrinz hiimamtv If iifft-r CURE THE LUNCS
to
: 3011 ) cone: 4'rtWO t<> take np "..ar.
that county when the prohibitionforces \Vnen a man says: he ahawa. sick-.
in from liter if biliou
complaint *
you are j Most easily threaded of any machine
won. The matter is to be carried trouble with a cough that Lifted all wii and frftfnl.it!' your liver and Ilertune I nia
into the courts at an early date tt"rwhatIlld you think if he should. will put it in it'* proper condition. A i ikcanscallsewing machine cmnpanie WITH Dr. King'sNew
he via-sick
sine
never using Ba
s-ay 'iti\emre for(constipation, briiousneiyvpei *-. : tif '
that the election was lard's po are t ini: to the -ujienority of the
the claim being Horehound >\ni}). nrh a man
i : IJotary :lmttle tiy hrin'fjoutand !:
illegally called by the county commi rxitf.Mr.. !liver. Try a bottle and you will ne" i I offenns for sale rotary shuttle
J. C. :
Clark Denver, Colorado Discovery
sioners. use an) thins elSold bv Tituille: ma<'bine?, These machines they do not
writes! : "For year I wa! troubled with
Pharmacy and Banner Drug More to sell knowing tlrfw'tice .
attempt they are
has purchased a severe cough that '\\'onI411a.ot all inter I $I
Turlington
Col. C. C. This rough left me in a miserable! coi;. owing: to oar control of basic patent; FOB CPyGHSGUARANTEED 1foo.
the Haylow grove near the poor farm. dition. I tried Hallard Horehound < aJL 'L'ORZA.Bears but they do use them as an argument Trial Bottle Free

This property consists of fifty acres and he not hail a Pick tiny 1 @in"fO Tha'n1p the Hats :! '" B"fft.Biguature I| asrain=t rotary machines in the effort to AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES.

there one what it tin fin Sold Ci. sell their old t-tle vibrator.
of land, pon which are me. by Titusville -. I SATISFACXOBT
i
thousand orange trees, seven hundred Pharmacy and Banner Drag tore.e of tf Sold by INDUS RIVER MUSIC HOUSE 1 OR MONEY BEFUNDED.








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THE ,FLORIDA STAR. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1,1907

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THE FLORIDA STAR did not embody state prohibition in Extra Session Talk I

the constitution, they certainly: tookno The absence of Gov. Broward from GRANDPARENTS TELL ABOUT PE-H.[ I

Entered. at the postoffice at TitusvHle M action that would prevent the Tallahassee precludes the announce-
{
..*< { legislature from dealing with the ment that an extra session of i the

; XUfo B.Wager, Editor and Publisher.t question. More than that, they not legislature will be called. So far Catarrh Fifteen Years. Rheumatism of Old Ale

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING only left the matter open for legisla- as can be learned, he has not made Mrs. S. A. Rogers, LeMoore, CaL, Mrs. Caroline Trunk, 1705 Jefferson: 4:

known his purpose in that direction, writes: Ave,Peoria,111.,writes;
but
\ tion, they provided a way by "1 had chronic catarrh of fifteen
j though it was tacitly understoodthat "I bad a very painful trouble for six
We feel perfectly safe in making .
which any county could vote itself yean standing, and death seemed to ,consisting of rheumatism the
the session would be called at stare me in the face. I tried several'so- years
that three fourths used great
I a
statement over back
4 .the dry which is known as the local and In the thigh.
.It some near date. The intentions of called' catarrh remedies, and without deal of medicine, but it did not help me.
j of the citizens-property ownersof option law and under which most all avail. I took fifteen bottles of Peruaa Then I used Dr. Hartmau'a Peruna,
Brevard county are opposed to the governor will probably be an- and five bottles of Manalin,and I am and two bottles of this entirely treed
i-ur of the counties have voted the sale
nounced next week. The state is completely cured. All the eaUrrhal me of the rheumatism. I wish to keep
the purchase of road machinery of liquor out. The state heretofore now in some status of suspense as to symptoms are gone, my digestion both Peruna and Manalin always in the

similar to that bought by St. Lucie having merely passed upon laws reg- what will be dcn good, my appetite is good, and I rest house. This is the best medicine that I
to take for
well at night. I am seventy years of can recommend any one
The
county about two weeks ago. ulating the sale of liquors in wet The opposition to the extra session age and I hope to live many more yearsto rheumatism."

grand jury, a representative body of counties has not abrogated any right appears to be general, but it is so in praise Pernna to all my friends who Catarrh All Through My System.Mr. .
7 the people, speak in no uncertain the states where extra sessions have suffer from catarrh as I did."
; by so doing that would prevent the Robert Metters, Murdock, Cass

c terms in their presentment against passage of a state prohibition law. been discussed, and the oppositionto Co.,N eb.,Box 45,writes:

4 such a purchase, which will be found it on the ground of the expense, "I commenced to take Peruna the
MRS.S.A.fI I took it
first of last February. aa
published this week on.page 5. There The Prohibition Contest will hardly wield any considerable ROGERS. nearly as possible according to direc

.?4 is no mistaking that the, sentimentin The prohibition contest in Duval, influence with the governor if he tions. I also got a Peruna almanac and

*t* this county is very strongly ad- Hillsborough, Marion and Monroe is determines that the objects to be for the first time learned that my
gained by an extra session can be trouble was systemic catarrh. I had ]1
such investment.
to an much attention and
ir, verse now exciting a catarrh from my bead all through my
F= vigorous campaign is promised in accomplished. These objects, which I system. I took Peruaa until I was entirely 1
have been discussed
each of the above counties.In by the adminis- cured.
; Ex-President Cleveland has writ- < lz .
<
tration at some length, will
papers
ten a letter to Charles S. Hamilton, Santa Rosa county, which recently ; .::eaP #: -# j
greatly outweigh the objection to
voted dry a contest will be
of Massachusetts, in support of the ,
s made and the matter carried into the spending $20,000 for an extra ses-
r candidacy of Henry M. Whitney for sion.
1 courts at once and its legality givena
r governor of that state. Mr. Cleveland Pen- If a measure, or measures, can be
severe test. Attorneys from
xl points out that his interest is sacola have been engaged by the passed that will relieve the deficitin THOMAS ,

not personal, but is based on principles saloon interests, and will file a bill the treasury, without increasingthe

of national policy. Mr. Whitney of complaint in the court. The bill tax rate, it will not prove suchan

I ;' stands for tariff revision, which Mr. states that according to the official unpopular movement as the op-

Cleveland regards as the greatest of count of the county commissionersthere position would make it appear. It
is not believed that the
'
all public questions. The election of I ate 1,230 registered voters in governor

Whitney in Massachusetts would be I the county, and as the law for call- would act with any selfish purpose
although he is committed certain ,
r to QCough
ing special elections requires the P
: equivalent to a direct demand upon
that he
would like
measures to see
take the tariff signatures of 25 per cent of this num- i
the to
government
.;J! up ber to be signed to a petition the instituted before he goes out of of- ,
question at the next Congress with fice, among these being a franchisetax
names of 345 were necessary. and Indigestion.Thos. i
N ":. a view to making a more nearly fair The petition presented by the state life insurance and a uniform Beckwith, 11 Kitchell St., Auburn *

;.. !. and just scheme of rates. prohibitionists contained 346 names, system of text books. N.Y.,writes: ;

t.. -I t than but the "I was troubled with a cough and In.
I
or one more ,
necessary
.
Anti Tire Puncture Compound.An digestion. Thanks to your advice and '
1 tt't .: The cases against the fishermen, bill of .complaint filed alleges that Australian has invented some Peruaa I am la good health now. I Ad

-.f ,. -' Sebastian, which were expected to many of tie 346 names attached to thing for the prevention of tire punc- was talking with an old friend last
.
1 come before the circuit court at this the petition for the special electionwere tures. He calls it mlraculum. It is described week. He told me he took Pernna last ROBERT\d:: : y
as a'feemillquld preparation. winter, and he ia In the best of health, ,.,
have been refer- not the names of qualified METTER5. ;
session for seining looking like cream and about as thickIt working every day and speaks highlyof if
I' red back to the lower court for trial voters. It also charges that many is injected cold through the valve your medicine. I shall feel it ray .

: and will come up before County of the signatures to said.petitionwere Into the inner tube of pneumatic tires. duty to recommend Pernna to all my I am eighty-three and a half years old, t

I Judge Wilson very shortly. It is not the signatures of persons The revolution of the wheel. writes friends." and feel as young as I did ten years ago. j t
11 : they purported to be, and were false Consul Halstead, "spreads the com- A great many testimonials from people "I visited recently among some old
:
F J: I' 't thought that these cases will then be and fraudulent and not pound on the Inside of the tire, so thatif of high rank and people in the friends,who said I looked as young as
I > appealed to the circuit court to secure were signedby the tire Is punctured the miraculam ordinary walks of life, are received I did twenty years ago. I thank you

L final decision to the law. the persons purporting to have exudes through,: the hole and. comingIn every month. Catarrh in all its phases, for your kindness to me, and hope you ,
> I a as signed the said petition. The liquor contact with the atmosphere congeals catarrh of the different organs of the may live long to benefit suffering

.; It may appear a little later that our interests therefore declare that the completely filling the hole. It Is body; acute catarrh, chronic catarrh, humanity."I ;
: I' fish laws are in need of amendment, reported that In a motor tire treated catarrh that has baffled other remediesall believe Peruna is the best medicin .
:
petition did not contain the names in the world for all catarrhal diseases."

.... 1- if there is no way to stop the catching of 25 per cent of the registered vot- was with driven this composition in to depth a of six three inch Inch.nail -- these and are unsolicited giving to endor Pemna ement.annahfied -Superior Mr.J. ,W.Wis.Palmer, 1416 Tower AT. .tJ

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\ i of fish with seines. If this be a ers as required by law, and that the es, and. the nail being withdrawn the __ ___ __ __ _____d --- .
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.# \' car was then sent on a short journey.On .
1 :{ fact we .kh. made entire proceedings is illegal. It will

u : !! by the grand jury that the governorI ,! probably be several weeks before found returning to be quite: its hard.punctured tire was If you want sweet. music f\1

.J! embody such needed legislation in the case is passed upon in the courts.In .

\ j : his call for a special session (provided Dade county it is claimed that A healthy man is a king in his own right;

i! that is made) is a very wise one. at West Palm Beach there were a an dock unhealthy Blood Bitters man is builds an unhappy up sound slave.health-Bur in home buy a Ii

1 1r. : large number of votes cast that keeps you well. your

were illigal, and that the election in
;: ; ) In reply to Editor Oslin's query Weekly Weather Report.
1 that district will be contested. It
would that road JCFITEE, FLA., Oct. 27. 1907.
we say machinery :
also reports that in case the dry peo- FARRAND ORGAN
j Comparative statement of temperatures
costing $10,000 is too expensive to
i' ple contest the West Palm Beach and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday.

,.4 : purchase just for a practical demonstration district, that there will be other 1907 1906

."" 1 for our own satisfaction legal proceedings commenced by the DATE. MAX. MIN. SHX. MIN
69
Oct. 22 81 70 82
when the same has failed to come up wets, so that there is a prospect of "- 23. 81 70 83 71 Sold by Indian River Music House
. 2... 82 72 81 71
< -. to expectations i in a sister county long drawn out court trials. 25. 82 67 82 70
I 26. 81 fifi 84 71
:4 and was acknowledged by its agent 27. 81 73 83 71 TITUSVILLE FLA.

'! to be short for the intended work. DOWN ON "SISSY" RELIGIONBishop "" 29.28. 80 84 70 67 77 77 b8 67 _____n__ ____ ______, -- i
--- --
1 I If '. We, of Brevard, do not care to buy Total rainfall for the week 1.07 inches. i
i Candler Says He Doesn't Blame Departure rainfall for the week minus .44 tT"'r-t7"'C"Ti"" tT"' lEl
gold bricks to "practically demon- Men For Staying Away."A inches. --h.- "--< .

t- strate" what is in them; neither do 'sl'y' religion delivered by s 18.08 Departure inches. rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus f

: "r I we care to spend nearly all of our *"I-sy' preacher Is driving men from H. HAEDIN., r
the thurch. said Bishop Warren Can- Official in Charge. SCHOOLBOOKS
,. ; $12,000 road money for machinery tier: of the Methodist Episcopal Church

.: which every practical man we have South iu an address to the Methodist Uow'e This? .
preachers of Atlanta says a special We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
is convinced will not out "
seen carry h
+
dispatch to the New York Times. any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by l
the work, and which would necessi- Hall's Catarrh Cure. !
"Xo wonder the men don't go to F.J.CHENEY &; Co.. Props..Toledo. O.
tate a bond issue to put the expensive church" contlnueJ the bishop when We the undersigned have known F.J.Cheney 1
work and they are forced to listen to a lot of for the last 15 years.and believe him per.
machinery at provide
I sonally honorable in all business transactionsand AND
1 I If1
fcltsy talk. There is too much of this SUPPLIES
the rock for use of same. Commonsense financially able to carry out any obliga-
f effeminate religion. tions made bv their firm.
dictates that we use the $12- "*1 hate often thought What doe* WEST &TBCAX

a. 000 for making roads, not throw itt the nveraee man think of this efifeiui. Wholesale WALDIN,Druggists Kiss.AS&Toledo M\RMN.,Ohio.
Wholesale and
t hate religion; and dainty lullabies? Wholesale Druggists,Toledo Ohio. Retail l
: that will bank-
away on machinery don't mind telling you what 1 often do Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,act

rupt the county to operate. when 1 so to a church like that. 1 get ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces Mail Orders Promptly Filled
fl I l
Into some comfortable place and go tofcleep. of the system. Price, 75c per bottle.
Sold by all drugzists. Testimonial! free.
When n man trifles with! religion -
Halls Family Pills are the best.
Legislature Has the Power It's a good thing to do. But yojmustn't tl THEN.&W.B.DREWCO. l tt1

I If Hon. John S. Beard's construc- snore. c.JA.STOnXA.B..u .
. 'There must he virility In religion if Hate tlxals Bobs
t f/ 4 ; tion of the state constitution is cor- the men are to l he held." ctl ;1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. l

rect, no constitutional amendment is -- / II------ "- ...... ..... -
: required to enable the legislature to My Best Friend .j..r..1J ,.#lj..J ..J.....: ..lJ.-J..J4..lJ..lJ..Ww.i: : sIs ..

Alexander Denton, who lives on rural
law and
a state prohibition a
''. pass Route 1. Fort Edward, N Y., says: "Dr. BOBBINS .
:. .{! special session of the legislature, if Kmjr'* New Discovery is my best earthly
: friend. It cured me of asthma six \'eai.a *
called law *
one is can pass a prohibiting GRAHAM
It has also preformed a wonderfulcure
'. I t- S the sale of intoxicating liquors of incipient consumption for my -*r co., IT FAIR?

t. ; in the state of Florida. eon's wife. The first bottle ended the
terrible cough, and this accomplished,
(Incorporated. Paid jp Capital $23.000.00.
j f' The construction placed upon the the other symotoras left one bv one, nn-
j.
S I Beard til she was perfectly well. Dr. King's This landsin To expect your local merchants to carry a full stock of goods
Mr. looks owns
matter by certainly company '
; I New Discovery's power over coughs and the Indian Hirer Country and be prepared to sell you a few pounds of flour, a necktie or a
l very reasonable. I colds is simply marvelous." No other ,on the St. Lncie River, few pieces of lumber for your conveniences, and then when you
t At the time the constitution was. remedy has ever equaled it. Fully guaranteed at New River, and on Biscayne want a barrel of flour a suit of clothes or a carload of lumber to
by Titusville Pharmacv and Banner Bay. send off for it?
adopted the sale of liquors in nearly Drugstore. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle ,

It I if not all of the counties was legal.II free. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.Send Whenour town needs help, or a sub."Cription for charity is
; wanted do send to those merchants
'Suffered day and night the torment of you away from home and
of and then
The wet dry
question was for land list.
it? If not WHY!
for
ask do
itching piles. Nothing helped me until I used suppose pay slightly more .
you
'i; an important one before the people Doan's Ointment. It cured me permanent. OFFICES for your goods at home, you get it Your local merchant
IT."-Hon.John R. Garrett. Mayor, Girard, helps taxes and aids in l local
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Considering these facts the place is 1 Road
lUR Y.'So Machinery Impracticable
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:,,3r (, f ?'1'ilit'! ...{ -,<._I" kept in remarkable good condition, Editor of THE FLORIDA STAR !f

; the crops look well, and sweet potatoes Not agreeing with the articles on .
PRESENTMENT
; the principal one, promise a road machinery as published in the

':41r: good yield. We recommend the Honorable Cocoa and Rockledge News and the .j' I

.-. : ifwli$:Financial Condition and Gentftl county commissioners pay East Coast Advocate, I wish to HARDWARE .<

ii: >' >> f elftreyof the the keeper a percentage on produce say that I was present at the final
County loted
sold we suggest repairs be made on trial '
of the
l- good road machinery, ----- -- --- ,
!; To th* :Hen.:Minor 8. > i
Jones,Judge of Said the front fence and
gate.
; given at Oslo Oct. 19th I '
Saturday
s Gout in Said County and Circuit ,
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We attach herewith the report of 1907 and that trial that the
;: The grand jury serving for the the proved Jas. Pritchard & Son
county treasurer showing balance =
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machinery not of
was capable doing .
fall term
:, 1907, of the above honor-
of $19,605.52 to the credit of what] it had been guaranteed to do.
court
able in addition to the several
specialpresentments heretoforemade the commissioners' funds. The agent of the machinery company Handle the Finest Lines of -

j *: do beg leave to :Buildings and Schools had guaranteed the engine to y
| t offer and present the Heavy and Shelf Hardware
If- following general presentment to Committee on buildings, after a take one car of material over soft ;

I your'honor concerning such matters thorough examination, report that sand and spread it and then get back

i : t and things have the walls of the jail should be whitewashed onto the road with the car; whichit
:t as come under our ', '
j observation touching the welfare of the pillars which supportthe failed to do. Our Stock of ,;: : J

our people and roof should be painted; that the 1 know that two of the commissioners ,
county; and also respectfully Guns and
Goods .
I 'make such suggestions as sheriff should have a case to file his of St. Lucie county were not Sporting ;

} papers; two tables repaired in the satisfied with the working of the S
to best ,
+ us appeals for public good. is complete at all times 9a
,Fish Laws tax collectors'office; room providedfor machinery, but yielded to pressureby

the prosecuting attorney. The some of the tax-payers present, .q
We recommend that our senator walls of the clerk's office should be and made the purchase.

and representative- should look into cleaned, a letter type writer for the Owing to the scarcity of road.material Paints and Oils of Quality ,

1 and if possible have the fish law clerk's office, county judge's office in Brevard county along the .

changed so as to make it unlawful to properly repaired, the flue through line of road, except in the south end one of our Specialties ; %

l fish in the Indian river for the space which the stove pipe passes repairedso of the county, where the shell v
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of two months, commencing on the that the rain cannot pass down mounds are, and the difficulty of :
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t 15th of November and ending on the into the office, a protection to the getting< to it with such machineryas Quotations for large or small orders will .c' : .

,15th of January' also that the use of wall to keep it from settling on the that in St. Lucie county, it seems be given personal attention. Mail Orders :

seines, or nets, of any mesh, should north< side, that the windows in the to me advisable to wait a few months solicited and promptly filled j

? be prohibited in the Indian river and grand jury room be fixed so that and see how St. Lucie comes out.I : .

I ; its connections,tributaries and inlets they can be raised. consider the machinery impracticable TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA I II

at all times, also that the sheriff The grand jury calls the attention in our county under present

L'should enforce the present law to its of the several justices of the peace conditions.I .

full extent. 'We further respectful- in all cases of commitment to bind believe in good roads as much as H

: lysuggest to our honorable governor, overall witnesses for the state and any man in the county but I believeit :J I

if, in his wisdom, it becomes necessary defense and also to send up all papers bad policy to put 65 per cent. of -

', to convene a special session of in the case. the road fund into machinery of .

the legislature, this matter to be included We the doubtful
grand jury, appreciate I utility. TIME IS MONEYThis 9
in his call. the faithful and Respectfully,
fearless
manner in I Spend a Pleasant t':

Roads and :Bridges which the sheriff, Jos. P. Brown, J. R. MIOT. "elf i -1
i has performed his duties. Hour
: It is with satisfaction we refer to For Children.

the report of the county treasurer, A committee from this grand jury The children of wealthy Plttsburg j

calling special attention to the balance called upon the superintendent of families are to have a playground Just

, :. of over $12,000 available for public schools and received, from the same as those provided for poor
J him a satisfactory verbal report children says the New York Tribune.
i road work. With this amount at the on

1 command of our honorable county the condition of the schools in th the George Pittsburg J. Johnston Playground superintendent association of -j

commissioners, a fair start can be county and made such an examination has been appealed to and has agreedto

,1 made hi the direction of good roads. of his books as the condition put the playground In working order.

; allowed. They were found to be A large and expensive plot of ground
t The importance of this work has fcokfc .TW OM HENRY BOSCH COM- '
has been obtained In the fashionable
"- neat and well kept and so farS PANT WAlL PAPa wmplw at ywrwa
been so often and so thoroughly exploited Squirrel Hill district and will be fitted >..-ilttin .omforUbr fa row
and is so fully understood they knew correct. up In exactly the same manner as are .a eUirl TOG_make a1leu.MJecdoatUt s
Having performed our duties we the public playgrounds. is just as true in regard to Sewing war tham by ransacking the ......
that we .do not enter into discussion .
any Machines as anything else. y. see tb..1... u.-the v ry latest
respectfully ask to be discharged.W. ......
of it here. We are unanimousin -tIae loveliest tin* tad rish.at 1 :
H. Cresson Foreman Wonderful Eczema Core By using Long Shuttle Machines, DO matter cola .s.cta." Including haporUd pattern..
disapproval of the method and how well made,you are actually throwing IhW7WacI ta was page fa tie 1
E. M. "Our little boy had eczema for five 3 hours of
Whaley, Clerk. away out every seven. Bowie Has
machine in use in St. Lucie county. years," writes N. A. Adams, Henrietta, It"F.. toe-re get the lowed
Our attention has been directed to Oct. 25th 1907. Pa. "Two of our home doctors said the THE STANDARD ROTARY SHUTTLE New Tork-Chfeaco price.
case was hopeless, his lungs being affect- SEWING MACHINEWill win eaU with Boeea SampleeMT -
work now being done on MurrayHill keor yes ..... Leek
County Treasurer Statement edWe then employed other doctor, make 350 stitches in the same time Long; them _u" year 1Mut"tas..oc .ew-
Heights, Jacksonville, and we but no benefit resulted. By chance we Shuttle Machines make only 200. '- the taut ebttx tfcm tebay. .
Titusville, Fla., Oct.22nd, 1907 read about Electric Bitters bottle If* our adver*
bought The Standard
a
is scientifically
recommend a careful investigationof ; Rotary Principal most t4eteg ':Wall ..
' To the Honorable Grand Jury of the CircuitCourt and soon noticed improvement. We correct which fact has been proven
this process, also of conference Brevard Co.. Fla., Fall Term 1907: continued this medicine until several by 25 years of successful use in all parts of the
with the authorities other counties Gentlemen leave present bottles were need, when our boy was world and '/your competitors continuously
beg to the
you !." trving to copy it without success. THESTANDARD V. W. ELDRED
completely coree Best of all blood
where successful work has been following general statement of the financialcondition GRAND ROTARY. THEWORLD'S
of Brevard county as of present medicines and body building health BEST SEWING MACHINE is two r
done, as to methods, before commit date: tonics. Guaranteed at Titnsville! Pharmacy machines in one-Lock and Chain Stitch- The Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator

ting themselves to any definite one, COUNTY FUND CONTROLLED BY COUNTY. and Banner Drug Store. 50c. Ball Bearing Stand-Straight Automatic Lift.
Do Dot fail to investigate the merits of the
COMMISSIONERSCash :
at the same time we urge the importance TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
hands cured Fastest.Most Silent. Easiest Running and the
Chapped are quickly by
Lt on Ontet'g Surplus most durable Sewing Machine
THE
of prompt action. In reference onHand applying Chamberlain Salve. Price, made
Warr'ts Cash STANDARD ROTARY. "A demonstration is
r ''to bridges, it is the senti Co.Rev.Gen.Fund f2051.87 $91.18 $1960.69 25 cents. For sale by Titnsville Pharm a revelation." Write for prices and East Pay HANDY MOTH PAPERA t ,
ment of thegrand jury that a changeof Road& Bridge. 1". ,06 153.93 7131.08 acy'and Banner Drug Store. ment Plan. Guaranteed Sewing Machines t
Building Fund___ 12.52 00 12.52 {12.00 up.
material used in said bridges be Fine& F. 3381.87 23.67 3358.20 The Standard Sewing Machine Co.. moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed 'l
Road M Dist 1 19.02 00 19.02 58 S. Broad St. Atlanta Ga. under carpets or in the folds of fur and cloth-
made and the grand jury recommend Spc. N N N 2 10M.97: 00 1008.97: 0. A. STEWART ing it drives away moths and worry Twelve r
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The Standard Machineis sheets in a packet carriage prepaid 10 cents.
Sewing
f to; our honorable county commissioners 3 3230.21 213.72 3016.49
1182.87 Six packets 50 cents if druggist doesn't have'it.Madigan .
00 1182.87Game sold the Indian River
to look into the cost and practi W'dn. Fund 1416.31 00 1416.31 FIRE by Powder Work,Selection 846
Music House Titusville ,
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Prop.D'oL P. 16.82 00 16.82 Clarke.wUle.lowa
'} cability of the adoptionof iron bridgesin -
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,. tiling for the smaller ones, also SCHOOL FUNDS CONTROLLED BY BOARD OF

we'call attention to the present unsafe PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Cash Ontst'g TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA >> MarineEngines
.- conditionofmanyofourbridges. onliand on Warr'ts Surplus Cash ---

Intoxicants Co.School Fund. $ 88.691379..<< $ 00 I represent some of the leading :.L
Spe.Tax 8<'h. D.I 62.34 65 61.69 companies of the world and any L ega
The grand jury desires particularly Spc.Sch. Fd"C" 63.75 00 63.7
business entrusted to will
me receive -
to call the attention of our citizens, Total_____.___ $ 211.781380.09 $ 125.44 prompt and careful attention
'merchants and druggists to the
Set indebtedness County Sch. Fd_ X 0..3
evident, spirit of the temperancelaws Cash on hand Co. Comes Fundsh 1SW05.52Sch. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT S '
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of our state, to-wit: That such: ____. 214.78
ED FOR SATISFACTORY

temperance laws are intended to ando I Total_______-____________ $19820.30 G. F.DURElf,Agent, USE IN f :a _
FLORIDA WATERS --_ #
the sale of and all -
\ '! prohibit any Dep. in Indian River State Bank as NI
beverages under whatever name theymay per certificate hereto attached__ 19.697.28 = Florida and
Cash in safe_____________________ 123.0 &: Regal Marine
Engines
be sold, which are, as a practical : .

fact intoxicating. The test is Total_____________________ fI9 20.30 '
= WesternHeats Stand for the highest type of
simply: Is the liquor or beveragecapable Respectfully submitted, I mechanical skill and reliability ; y" 1
JOHN HENRY County Treasurer ) They are four cycle jump '
of producing drunkeness? spark i ignition,automobile type Ca I, e

If it is, then, as good citizens, care Letter to I. H. White carburetor mechanical enclosed valves, crank float case feed, x '

ful of the law, and desirous of upholding Titusville, Fla., \i-/: : of all Kinds. bronzed steam forged bearings.crank shaft Have, and the li
record patriotic
clean as
a ,
Dear Sin Ten years ago, there was one fewest number working parts
law-abiding men, this grand jury pure paint and 200 adulterated;there are now consistent with a perfect operating -
. eight pure,200 adulterated about half of the TITUSVILLE;, FLORIDA motor and many other
: calls upon every man in this countyto latter short-measure besides. exclusive features found only in the Regal
enforce the law, and urges all There is still bat one best and the difference
is ten gallons Devoe goes as far as eleven THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT
, future juries and officials t o .' in e
.. grand next-best-$)- every ten gallon
Made in
f all offenders in this A new word has come-up in paint; it is IMdouble three types!- 3 and 3 H. I'. single cylinder; g to 13 H. {
bring to justice strong. Strong paint goes further and wearslonger cylinder;30 H. P. four cylinder .

t f respect, without regard to influencefl ; weak paint takes more gallons and We al.so manufacture a line of heavy, slow speed; working engines i
wears-out sooner. from 6 II. P.
tingle cylinder to 45II. I' four
cylinder. I
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or social position.Poor The proper cost ora 10-gallon job is $.W.
. Farm Paint that takes 11 gallons makes it $55. The many hundreds of Regal engines now in operation! throughout -
Paint that takes 12 gallons makes it $4)0. the country are a guarantee of the satisfaction they are giving. I
t We visited county farm and Paint that takes 13 gallons makes it $65.;
1e. and Paint that takes 20 gallons makes it $100. Say.Ma.HI li ve w ill I be as biz a roose as youJ Get a Regal in the Beginning Don't ExperimentHandsome
,: found the buildings in good The$50 job wears twice as long as the 100. Yes my child it you don't use

tt clean condition, the farm well cared These figures are not precise; they are round.The MAGIC WHITE SOAP.Rub explanatory catalogue mailed free on request ,
l0-gallon paint is Devoe.
[>'f- for, three inmates, two whites, old Yours truly water one Magic hour.on soiled No boiling parts;no leave washboards them in Regal Gasoline Engine Co.
, } and decrepid, and one negro man, 48 F. W. DEVOE&CO. DO backache, if you ute MAGIC WHITE
P. S. Jas. Pritchard &Son sell our paint SOAP Will iron easy as magic:has ro rosin Cold Water, Michigan
tr who is blind, none of them able to Kite in yellow FOal Get your Grocer to orderor
send in $1(0 for 1 box of t<<0 5c. cakes
, work cook is furnished by the Harsh physics react, weaken the bowels, We pay for freight. Save the wrappers.
/ -, county, but all the rest of the work cause chronic constipation. Doan's Regale MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld
I operate easily, tone the stomach cure constipation. -
k devolves on the keeper and his wife. I 25c Ask your druggist for them. New Orleans, La. ,_ "_"_"- J

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TWO PENSACOLA HEROES. II
HOME-MADE MIXTURE ,
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Rewarded. by Medals and Cast From GDRESRHEDMATISM I SOCIOLOGICALUniform 1 1 I
SYJF: 7
Andrew Carnegie. 'I 4'I
m&# '" Labor Law For South. Turn

: Pensacola Journal.) Says Many[ Persons Here Can Be Hade At the recommendation of Governor I

Leon Harris and Ralph Berlin, both Patterson of
Tennessee the legislature

I* :}t: of this city, are among those to whom Happy Again By Using This of that state at its last session passeda (l crclq't1c Wick

If nero medals have been awarded, and child labor law very much In advance the i
There is so much rheumatism here in of anythingin
a j. st is needless to state that they will
our neighborhood now that the following
!
force In the south.
t .:;; be highly prized by both. advice by 'an eminent authority, who
This law aroused high can-therc.no
Leon Harris is a boy of fifteen years 'rites for readers of a large Eastern as as you
T daily will be highly appreciatedby considerable criticism danger-as low as you please I
: of age, and has resided along the waterfront paper -
the of {
on
part
those who suffer: -there's no smell That'sbecause
all his life. Last year Bernard from those who feared KZ .Jf
Get any good pharmacy one half m'f7 the smokeless device
Johnson a boy about the sameage ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one that such humanItarian *> smoke smell- '
o or
fall into the bay because of the ounce Compound Kar on, three ounces legislationwould g prevents of .
flow
overturning of a boat and young Harris IIf Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla. Shake injure the Industrial :, .ob )ca."CC) k that means a steady I
these well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful interests of 2:1 abgei? 1 glowing heat for every ounce
went his at the risk of t 1tIt11
x to rescue
I doses after each meal and at the state. This has of fuel burned ia a
r ; Ids own life and saved Johnson. Fo: I tedtime; also drink plenty of good water. l
A led to a call by Governor
this heroic act, he is to receive a It is claimed that there are few victims
of this dreaded and torturous disease who i Patterson for
= ; bronze medal and a gift of $500 from will fail to find ready relief in this simple an interstate child

a the millionaire, the $500 to be used for home-made mixture, and in most cased a labor meeting to PERFECTIONg .

"- educational purposes. permanent cure is th. result. consider the posslM- R- Patterson.

+ <{ Ralph Berlin will be the possessor This simple recipe is said to strengthen "illity of rviK-hiug an understanding Oil Heater 1
and cleanse the eliminative tissues of the
the commonwealths.Hie .
:tinou: southern
bronze medal for
Vie-. of a bravery displayed kidneys; so that they can filter and strain
Issue raised Is whether Tennessee
in saving the lives of Rabbi Samuel from the blood and system the poisons, hall lower its provisions to the grade (Equipped: with Smokeless Device)
Koch and! Miss Jennie Levy, now acids and waste matter, which cause not ,
'\ 'I. only rheumatism but other "f other states or whether the other
numerous
; Mrs. Joseph Schwartzenfield. Thee iiseases. Every man or woman here who states shall raise their age and educa- You can carry it about and care for it just as easily as a lamp.

it rabbi and the young lady while across feels that their kidneys are not healthyand ional standards. Brass oil font holds 4 quarts burning 9 hours. Handsomely fin-

J.f the bay walked from a wharf and active, or who suffers from any ished in japan and nickel Every heater warranted.
would have drowned but for Mr. Berlin. urinary trouble whatever, should notlesitate Sinning by Syndicate.

to make up this mixture,as it is Professor Edward A. Koss in the Oc-
.;''\-:' certain to do much good, and may save to'.ier Atlantic Monthly referring to The O Lam adds cheeriness

The announcement of the rewards you from much misery and suffering t .r p
the progress whic'hm(>rirons are to the long
lor bravery have just been announced after while. "
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making from n humanitarian point of winter evenings. Steady, !
Our
home druggists say they will either -
after a thorough investigationInto supply, the ingredients or mix the view as regards their attitude and brilliant light to read, sew or knit by. Made of !

J. both case prescription ready to take if our readersask conduct III their personal relations as brass, nickel plated, latest improved central draft i

them. contrasted to their "ruthlessness of industry burner. Every lamp warranted. If your dealer can- .
Cotton Pickers Scarce. the ferocity of business, the :
not supply Perfection Oil Heater or Rayo Lamp
friction of classes and the stench of
Close Call from a Rattler.R. .
(Gainesville Sun.) write out nearest agency for descriptive circular.
politics. thlnts that the key of the
i E. Bray of Jensen reports an adventure -
The farmers of the Sea Island cot I paradox is found In the fact that, while STANDARD OIL COMPANY

1k ton. belt, irrespective of any particular with a huge rattler a few days men are improving in their personal (Incorporated

locality, seem to be "up against ago in which quick work on his part relations, the control of Industry and

it" good and hard this season. Notwithstanding and rare good luck prevented his be- business is becoming impersonal. He

that the crop is reportedto ing bitten by the reptile. While walking says It Is noteworthy that the strife

through his pines he heard the between employer and employee was
be anywhere from 25 to 331.3 pert
never so bitter as it has become since 1f
cent short throughout the belt, the warning rattle of the snake, but was corporations came to be the great em-
too close to retreat and had only timeto f
of that of the
i matter gathering plant ployers. In outlining the remedy he

which did mature Is proving a difficultproblem make a slash with his pineapple says: "Corporations are necessary, yet I

; according to the report of a knife, which he had in his hand, as through nobody's fault they tend to become A

number. of the snake struck at him. The lick soulless and lawless. By all
w ; growers. 1
1 z t* Owing to the numerous naval stores was true and the knife slashed off its means let them reap where they have

t and lumber plants in operation head. An instant later, on the least sown. But why let them declare div
miscalculation idends not only on their capital, but
throughout this section of the country, and the fangs would
out labor
also on their power to starve -
have sunk into his flesh and sent I
all clamoring for labor and paying
to wear out litigants to beat i -
good wages, it has been a problem to the deadly poison through his veins. down small competitors, to master the t ilf k r

r secure pickers, and it was reported When the snake was measured he market to evade taxes to get the free J

here Wednesday that growers are offering was found to be six feet five inches use of public property? Nothing but \/1

j from $1.25 to $1.75 per hundred long, and 'Mr. Bray is preserving the the curb of organized society can con- rl to i

pounds) for gathering the staple and skin as a souvenir of the narrow es fine them to their own grist and keep .,. ._ ., *p

labor is- scarce at that. In former cape.-Fort Pierce News.A them from grinding into dividends the I r
health of
stamina of children the wo-
years pickers have been accustomedto men the lives of men. the purity of
Good Liniment
receive an average of seventy-five the ballot, the honor of public serv-

c cents per hundred for their labor; last When yon need a good reliable lini- ants and the supremacy of the laws.
: ment Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It
year the price going to $I, and in some try
has no superior for sprains and swellingsA
very unusual instances $1.25 per hun piece of flannel slightly dampened 1 j \ /

} dred. with Pain Balm is superior to a plasterfor 1 T MISCELLANEOUS'Two I S

This condition of affairs is laid at lame back or pains in the side or
chest. It also relieves rheumatic painsane
the doors of the mill men and turpen- New Trotting Records.At .
makes sleep and rest possible. For
tine operators, as the growers declare tale by Titusville Pharmacy and Banner Allentown Pa.. George G. with z: ; ;

they are responsible. However, these Drug Store. pacemaking runner, made the new r o =

world's record of mile In 2KX/J4 overa
men are not to blame, as they are as a
t In the cotton Nearly all the companies of the Sec half mile track and Sweet Marie
badly need of help as
", ond Regiment. Florida State Troops, made the race record for a mile on a
4. growers. R
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half mile track of 208.
There should be no scarcity of picks are in camp on Egmont Key, near

.. ers at the figures offered, however as Tampa while the First Regiment is at Chicago. Win the Pennant.In .

women and children, who are unfit for Fort Barrancas, Pensacola.A four successive victories the Chi
baseball club of the
champions
c.J mill and turpentine work, make admirable cago
Methodist Minister Recommends National league, overcame the De-
w cotton pickers. Nevertheless,
Chamberlain's Cough RemedyWe troits. champions of the American
it Is the case that pickers are in demand league, and thus became the world's
' + the staple in Instances is have used Chamberlain's Couch
many champions for 1907. For sale by the
Remedy in our home for seven years,
rusting and rotting in the boll and and it has always proved to be a reliableremedy. Awful Powder Mill Explosion.The .

the situation at present looks anything We have found that it would I ,
great Du Tout powder mills and
ti but favorable.f do more than the manufacturers claim I INDIAN RIVER
magazine at Fontanet. Ind.. blew up
for it. It is especially good for croup
f J and whooping cough, Oct. 15, instantly killing scores and
Hoke Smith at Tampa Fair.
REV. JAMES A. LEWIS: maiming hundreds. The town was al MUSIC HOUSE

t Governor Hoke Smith, of Georgia PastorMilaca, Minn., M. E. Church. most completely destroyed and build ,

"who recently made such a sensational Chamberlain's Cough!. Remedy is sold' ings were damaged for many miles
' by Titusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug around. The magazine contained 40.
,F :and successful race against Clark Store. TITUSVILLE FLA.
000 kegs of powder and the shock of ,
1. Howell for the governorship and who
this explosion was felt as far as Cincinnati -
is also the author of the Georgia prohibition Florida Poultry Show. and Louisville. The militia

l; law, will be among the noted The Florida State Poultry Association were called out hy Jo\eruor llanlj to

F speakers at the coming State fair, having will hold their second annual protect the wrecked} plant and town.

yesterday accepted an invitation show at Orlando, December IS to :21 Lake Steamer Sinks.

from President T. J. L. Brown to be In and competition will be open to the
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Tampa on that occasion and address world. on her second trip down the great

the crowds who will attend. Hp The judging will be card burden
large by score lakes with a of ore. Oct. 11. THE RAGE MARK5&.ABASTINE

i will be accompanied by his staff. The nnd R. E. Jones of Paducah Ky., has foniM'cred near the south shore of Su- a

:,,.. date set for his address at the fair been engaged to place the awards. jHTior. and duly one of her crew of

has been announced as February 12. The state organization is in flourishing twenty-three saved.

He will also address the immigration condition and a grand turn out is Sigel Statue Dedicated. A Work of Art

convention on February 13. confidently expected.The At One Hundred and Sixth street
aid Kiversifle c.1rinew: York Oct. That is what your home can be if
will be
Governor Smith is one of the most premiums and specials
I ll the bronze equestrian statue of Major you decorate it with Alabastine. For
fluent and eloquent speakers In the generous and all persons Interested
General Franz 8i el. the "litt'e appropriateness is true art; and not
entire south, is well known as a news are requested to send for a copy of the make home deco-
. hero f>f the civil war.wa unveiled only can ;you your
., 0 paper man, and had the honor of being premium list which will be ready with tilting ceremonies. Governor rations appropriate with Alabastine,

: a member of President Cleveland about November 15. Hushes: ttneakiug and state and federal but you can make them reflect your

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