The Florida star ( November 8, 1907 )

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Material Information

Title:
The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Star
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
November 8, 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:
UF00075901:00257

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

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TrITUVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, NOVFMRER 8,' 1907


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OF THE

PARENT WEEK
^ urM NMahtlag to Bmnts
TyqbIu A-but Town
A meel drink at a cool place at
XANDYIS.
Sa BDaox Candies at the Banner
* W. L. Doulashoes in endless
to st1 les at Kline's Shoe De-
Mr. W. Brown, who has been
SMinmi for the past two weeks, ar-
S ruved in twa Wednesday.
Mr. aI Mrs. Perry, who have
te p- a in Titusaville, left
te Areoa the of this week.
y Crabb arrived Saturday from
JlmaDili oon a few days visit
with parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Mr. Ja. T. B wanders, formerly of
the pae, artied lfif Tuesday for a
day aw vi wayt to Miami from
Special prices in men's top shirts,
W.t pa ttes, light aMond darky
wthe a Princely shirt, special 59
aThe aou ne's beClothing Store.
to Dn obottm arrived s.Sherman fwho
have had rooms with Mrs. Crabb. left


Clohig of the best make and in
mar variety of patternsaext Kline's
tbhd ng store.
Te motor boat Rabbit, owned by
Mr. D. B. Pakhard, is being fitted
with a0 feet motor and will be
u sd y it forse Mr. tin A. Brady

MrI. .C. V. Nolitt- and wife, of
som, util arrived le storiday for
a few days've t to his father. Mr.
bee W. Daooittle. They left Monday
with the e feettion of making their
fum he in Atlanta.
The homuefueuishhqws belonging
to Dan Robottom arrived the first
URN the week and the dean and wife
mO bumW getting settled to house
keingii in the rectory. Mrs. Robot-
twian* pertig her fherer and
mother the latter part of next week.
Threceive with eldingh CAS p formerly used as a
band rom by Indian River band,
nke W hen you avenue, has been
ao l Indian River State bank to
Mr. W. H. Parker, who will move
it beak 10 feet from the streetrand
rebd a it for use as tin and repair
I utilizing the YOU. story for
Ain. room Thiser will beaPhondec 34d
ipve eishnt as this building has
been in a rather dilapidated condi-
tion for sometime past.

From now on at Gardner's you will
receive with each CASH purchaseida.
Noticket. When you have $25.00 worth,
Novu an obtain a high grade talking
machine on the most liberal terms
allowed at a fraction of regular price.
It will interest YOU.
Chas. A. Gardnerf pad on t'Phone 34
For Sale
Fithe lirst day of JanBerkshire brood sows
in S&w cononth. Bargain for anyone
E. B. ARNOLD.
Malabar, Florida.







Chapter 5ion6, wDukes of Floridaxture, Buall taxes
are le anU.d payable on the first day of
NovCurber. Cut, Van Bibber. Turkish Tro-hat
the first day of December he shall bell
ofBANN DRUGor between that day and

Sove WoodHALL.



Stove Wood


S erinbg 16-inch pine stove
wood that has never been turpen-
imed. AU other wood you b now
h a e rn tid; 25 cos cut
ad dried r y or delivery.
G. G. HOWAWD.


ThAe N Schloss models LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP
are now on display here. They will aIi InI""T l D DOimiiI
set the fashion in gentlemen's wear AND INCIDENTSlMONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1907. A D P RSONA
for the coming fall and winter for ..Ladies"' black heathe^r bloom un-
they bear a certain air of individua- Pe l P ra ibt Peole that der skirts, with shirred un S Abt the People of Tits-
ity that is instantly distinpiishab worth $2.50. special $1. .
MT a tMradical adyt we TralH lier and Thee Half wool and cotton blankets, 11110 Ty CM Ui G
Sstad i-emnent as the ari icea- -Sheriff Brown arrested one named extraarge size heavy weight, worth A cool drink at a cool place at
ti ai maner tails. Jim Mackay at Rockledge, who is want- $3.50, special $109. MANDY'S.
Schloss clothes are perfectly tailor- ed in Miam for an assault upon a worn- All wooCalifornia ets, si Boys'knee ants, in endless varie-
ed and of precise fit, combining an bound 10-s, north $4.00, spe ty of patterns, prices ranging from
sterlg workmanship with the most Mr. G. G. Howard has returned $2.9& "50 cents to $1.50 at Kline's Clothing
steri workmanship of the hour. from Savannah and is in the Exress White marseilles bed spreads, ex- Store to 50 at Kl Clothing
tasteful fashions of the hour office during the illness of Agent S. E.tra large size, worth $3.00, special tore
The largest and best ine of cloth- Bailey. $ A fine little man of tender age ar-
ing, shoes, hats, men s and boy's Mr. and Mrs. Swain, of Jacksonville, Flannellette suitable for kimonas, rived Monday night, born to Mr. and
furnishings showonon the East Coast. arrived yesterday on a visit to their in endless variety of patterns, worth Mrs. Tom Knight, of Canaveral. The
Send us your orders. dauters, Mrs. J. R. Walker and Mrs. 25 cents, Monday only, 19 cents a mother and b are stopping with
WVINSTON S. BRANNING W. Goldsmith. yard. Mrs. Ed. Morgan, of this place.
Titusville, Florida. 54-inch broad cloth in all the lat- Mr. and Mrs. L C. Brannig, of
S. .. .. ew Dancing lub est shades including blacks, navy, Miami, arrived Saturday, Mr. Bran-
Trains Soon Run to Knights Key The young men of Titusville have re- brown and red, worth $2.00 a yard, ning coming up for some hunting on
A special to the Tampa Tribune organizedthe dancing club and held the special $1.25 a yard. the old grounds, while Mrs. Bran-
from New York gives out the fol- dance Wednesday night on account of. Cotton suitings can hardly be dis- ning is visiting Mrs. P. H. Wright
lowin he K. theirr lodge last tinguished from $1.00 a yard ma- and Mrs. W. S. Branning.
lowing: night, but after this the dances are patterns copied"from .hi..
The announcement was made here pected to be held every Thursday nighterials, from high Mr. Jens Jensen and bride, from
today by representatives of Henry price imported dress goods, special Bridgeport, Conn., arrived in town
M. Flagler that the ocean-going Recovered images 19 cents a yard. .. s ,raylast week on a visit to Mr. Jensen's
railroad which he is building from Ladies, misses and children's ready uncle, Capt. P. Nelson. We learn
the Florida mninl"wd to Key West The case of A. A. Taylor vs. F. E. C. made coats, endless variety of latest that this young couple expect to lo-
wil be opened to traffic as far as Ry Co., which was triedin circuitourt styles, prices more than right. cate here permanently.
Knight's Key .10 mosuiting in a verdict for the plaintiff for withsprtrs, Mwort mrr re. Sr. yarive Saturday last
Miami, on or about January 15, next 500 damages wi porters, worth $. spec- from Vaells station Ga. being a
and that steamers will be put in op- This case was stubbornly contested a cents. companies by Mr. J. M. Osban, who
eration from that point to Havana. on both sides and it is generally conced- Rogers 1847 triple plate knives went from here to Atlanta last week
This decision to open the road to ed that the sum named is a fair one. and forks, guaranteed for twenty for another earload of stock They
traffic for the greater part of its The case of Jennie Prevatt, etal, vs. years, special $4.9 set, (six knives brought ten head of horses and mules.
course a year ahead of the time set F. E. C. R'y Co. was compromised by six forks.) a ..
forit fin ion is Mr. Flag- the railroad opy "g to pay Rogers' 1847 triple plate teaspoons, an rs F. Ivesand their
ler's reply t o tereportthat ithe le p the sum of $1--250. special $1. set, (six.) Elsie e, arrived SundaSy afternoon
building of the road has been given Arrival of DredgeTomoke rnsthree from Philadelphia o spend the win
.rrival of Dredge Tomoka handsome patterns, worth $.0 0,ter at their pretty tropical home in
-he road has not been abandoned The dredge Tomoka, in charge of special $L25 per pair. terat antty tp home n
and there is no intention of abandon- Capt. W. H. Saunders, arrived from Floor matting, m new and up-to- acorane. Their many friends glad-
ing it," said Vice-President J. R. Eau Gallie the first of the week and date designs, Monday's special 29 y welcome eir return.
Parrott, who is in general charge stopped at the old dock Monday leav- cents per yard. Miss Brown. who will again assume
of the construction. "On the con- nig that night for the canal at Mail orders promptly filled on any the position of superintendent of the
trary, we expect to have trains run- Clifton, where there is probably a of the above goods. Canaveral club for the coming sea-
ning as far as K.ight's Key, with month's work for the dredge to do. JULIUS KUNE, Ttusville. son. arrived from the north yester-
steamships operating between that Owing to adverse winds, however, day. Capt. Floyd Quarterman has
point and Havana by te middle of the outfit has been anchored up to Wall Street's Howl the club's transfer boat, Widgeon,
January. Knight's Key, which is to this morning just about a mile Editor of the FLoalDA STAR. in readiness for the regular trips,
serve as the temporary terminus of north of town. The editor of THE Many of the newspapers, notably commencng today.
the ocean extension, is about two STAR paid the dredge a visit Mon- those in the North, are loudly prais- The editor of THE STAR is in receipt
thirds of the way from Miami to day and was cordially shown all over ing what they term J. P. Morgan's of an invitation to attend a reception to
Key West. The opening of this see- this craft by Capt. Saunders. The and John D. Rockefeller's patriotism be held at the Ocala House, in Ocala,
tion of the line to traffic does not Tomoka is a suction dredge having in coming to the rescue of the New Thursday evening next. Nov. 14th, giv-
mean, however, that only two-thirds a capacity of from 1,200 to 2,000 York banks which are in the habit en in honor of the state administration
of the work is completed. Fully 80 cubic yards per day and is provided as often as the occasion occurs, of ofcials, members of the supreme court
per cent. of the land work between with condensers for converting salt depleting their depositsbecause of Florida and also the Florda congrea-
fi n signal delegation. This pleasant affair
this point and Key West is finished. water into fresh, and is also provid- stock gamblers are willing (when has been arranged by The Ocala Board
Nor is it true that any engineering ed with a dipper for removing largethe market goes against them) to of Trae.
difficulties have been encountered obstructions. THE STAR received a pay 3, 50 and even 100 percent Auction Sale
that will prevent the completion of pleasant call from Capt. Saunders interest rate for money Russell Auction Sale
the lower part of the extension, and Engineer Smith Monday. Sage was one of those patriots, usu- At Progressive Culture Club room Sat-
1Every engieerig problem connect- ,ally coming to the front on such urday afternoon, Nov. 9th, at 3:30.
ed with the building of the viaducts Men's all wool cardigan jackets, "emergencies" and assisting in what Everyone cordially invited, and re-
that will carry the line over the open in navy, gray and white, special Wall street bankers call "averting quested to bring an article for auction.
water sections on this portion of the $2.,9 a panic" and at the same time man- .. --
route has been met and solved in agingto add a few millions to his Miami Newspaper Conwelidation
building the part of the road already Auditing Books of Railways roll a The Miami Daily News has been con-
finished .... t.. w hit ;,n itshl ; solidated with the Daily Record, of that
"Most of the material required A state statue, which has long In this instce t ou re- cit under the name of the News-Rec-
for the completion of the oceanline existed, but never enforced, has membered that patriots Morgan and ori, the change taking place the first
has been delivered and paid for It been taken advantage of by the Rockefeller were protecting their of this week. Everyone will regret
is not true that the cost of the road railroad commission of Florida. own individual interts, the "bear that Mr. Byington had to give up the
thus far has greatly exceeded the The commission, having decided to movement" having slipped down a publication of the News, but the fact is
estimates ar s hagrs been reported. The examine all e .e books of the co-. few notches lower than they calcu-' there was not room for three daily pa-
estimates as has been reported The examme a e oo o e com- lated it should prs in that city. Messrs. Stoneman &
road has been built within the esti- mon arers of Florida delegated This distress howl we occasion- le are now issuing the News-Rec-
mated cost, and while it is impossi- R. Hudson Burr to take the auditing TIhi ds m..... .t b ord as a morning paper the afternoon
ble in work of this nature to practice force to St. Augustine and begin ally hear from Wall street.bankers field being occupied by the Metropolis.
all of the economics possible in ordi- work on the books of the F. E. C. for assistance from the government the first paper published in Miami.
nary land construction, the comple- railway. all other sections mayf the country are Turkeys For Sale
tion of the line is in no wise beyond When Mr. Burr made known his nll prosperous condition and thean- in country are Turkeys home-raised, for
the financial ability of Mr. Flagler. commission, the officials of the road i n a prosperous in a letimate man- Thanke young and hristmas for sale
. .. received him and hs workers cour- ner. has all the ear marks of a bluff at 2. pewr pound gross.
Special Revival Services teously and gave them the facilities for money to replace that loaned to A. AROBINSON.
Revival service- at the Baptist chtirch they desired cheerfully. The work o me t r (e pit v Point. Florida.
this week. conducted by Rev. L. T. will be done by the Mutual Audit- Ok gamblers at a rate of interest iT .
Reed. have been well attended and are ing Company of Indianapolis. Ind., t .anker d turndown. Piano Tuning
arousin religious interest. with Conway H. Hillman in charge. T. W I'Ri Fippen Adams, piano tuner. of St.
Rev. Reed will hold services a.u fol- It will take considerable time before iltusvi. Augustine. will be in Titusville about
lows: Frday. at : and 7 "a-...... ..... p. m.; atur- these e rts ,.omle e their work _. the latter part of November on his reg-
day. at 7 p. m.; Sunday. at 11 a. m. and 'th;,- pe" "cmple .e " Can e Deliver the Goods?. ular professional trip to Titusville. B.
7 Notice of0 further services will This is the same company that wA.-
be given on Sunday. A At p m. Sun- secured and did the ..work ..fr the Thouanl-s student the v earlv at the Indian River Musc Houe.
day Rev. Reedwill preachat LaGrange. state authorities in North (C arolina bes.-t business otce.-s of the country. as his time here will be limited.
'vervbodv is Invited to attend these an'1l Kentucky. and which has been hundreds of court reporters doing
services. engaged by governor Comer fur the most difficult work; expe.-t ,.v- Wood For Sale
Church Notes .Rnnmiar serv-. in Alabama. *rn:ment stenographers standinrwith l'inre .r oak. an length. Al.-o plow
Rev .W .Stones will .reah a Id Chairman idrr, ol the railroad the very Kst:; bookkeel.rs thi'ugh- ing and harr.owing. See. or al.,lre ss .1.
ianola on Sunday next at 1:0. and at commission. says as follows: out the land: These are evidence W. Jamison. Tint.svie. Fla.
Eau Galli.c at p.m. The railroad commission of the that we can deliver the goods. No e Hotel
Tr wil pr....i. at Mn- state of Florida in pursuance of the experiment about our systems; others The Alpine Hotel
Sunda Novbe 1r0th i at -':, p. law creating the commission in this have blazed the way: study what Titusville. Fla.. F. A. L..ley. man-
Sunday. sol. attn. at c.hu r. T. state, has resolved to have a general others have studied, learn what ager. On the European plan; turn-
Sunday sche at a. Th mrn n- audit of the books and papers of all others have learned. You can corn- ished rooms and quick ;unch. (\'n-
advin sr10 c aTh te m E. the railroads and common carriers plete a course in shorthand in three rally located.
cand evenag service at the M. o .- don business in this state and h ave months with a speed of 154 words -
dcun rcf tre pereo t a ted .r oi at- en a t s ic o auditors toper minute or vou can complete Orange and Grapefruit Trees
count of the protracted services at do the work. beginning with the course of bookkeeping and business Grown at Shiloh. Fla.. on high
the datt church. Our people are 'Florida East Coast railway. This training, and in four months he tit- hickory hammock. Free from white
urged to attend these services. work is being done for the general ted to hold a position as bookkeeper fly. One year to two year old buds.
F. Allen. Pastor. information of the commission and in a bank or any other concern. Prices from 25 to :.5 cents. ( areful-
oe sALS. cHEAt U0 'AsB. in order that the members may in- Write the Athens Business College, ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
Amoot 88 acees of gond high land on telligently regulate the rates of the Athens, Ga.. for large free catalogue, station. J. W. GRIFFIS,


the east or ocean side of the Indian river carriers of the state in such a man- -- Son a.
at the la w, wdehrid a follows: I ner as to do justice to the roads and For Sale rayin
nm.3, s mipn 3s ao 3, hset" i to the people doing business in this One pair thoroughbred 4 months rvig or ingofall kind prompt
is land s unimproved but finely lo- state and to determine if the annual old pups. cross between setter and I attended to. Meets all trains. Stove
cTled. Forfi rtbewpanicla sad e reports made the commission arepointer, will be of right age to train .ood for sale at all times.
E. M. I ow. correct and in accordance with the when season opens. Address D.. care H. E. HOLTQS,
Broekwo, Mase. 'law." STAR office. Titusville, Fla.


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FRMlAY, NOV so nlI


I COMMERCIAL |

PNew York Pail. tayed.
Bulletin! Wall street convalescing
aleely from an acute attack of mone-
tary anaemia induced by public indig-
nation and popular distrust over the
alpractice of certain bank promoting
d1octors"-thanks to the heroic infu-
soe of cash into the main arteries of
finance at the critical
moment by the noted
specialists. Dr. Morgan.
Dr. Rockefeller and Dr.
Cortelyou.
That Is about how the
New York financial dis-
turbance of last week
looks figuratively to the
J. P. Morgan rest of the country.
Judglag from the comment of repre-
sentative papers In different sections.
The drastle action of the New York
clearing house In cutting loose from
the trust companies and In fencing the
Helnae- Morse- Barney-Thomas clique
eut of the Institutions which had been
used for gambling purposes went far
to disconcert those angry financiers
who. like the vice president of the
snpended Knickerbocker Trust, still
sought to place the blame on President
Bossevelt-
Directly traceable to the withdrawal
of these men was the run on the
Knickerbocker Trust, which resulted
tin its suspension, with more than $.-
000.000 In deposits, for laek of cash or
friends in the street to provide It on
the securities offered. When the run
began on the Trust Company of Amer-
eia and $10.000.000 in ready cash melt-
ed away like snow in summer, while
stocks on the exchange were tumbling
and call money went to 70 and later to
90 per cent. the danger of the scare
was apparent to alL Then It was that
a pool of leading bankers, formed by
J. P. Morgan and aided by John D.
Rockefeller. came to the rescue, while
Secretary of the Treasury Cortelyou
gave all the assistance of his great of-
fice within the law. More than $100.-
000.000 were thus placed at the dis-
posal of the market at low rates or for
good securities. Thus was the tide
turned and confidence restored. Sev-
eral small banks suspended, but were
found to be solvent. The brokerage
Arm of Mayer & Co. failed for $&.000.-
000. The Ptttsburg exchange closed
after the failure of the Westinghouse
companies .was announced. Receivers
were named for these.
Fisk Apparently a Winner.
The agreement of the parties at isstu
to adjourn the meeting of the Illinois
Central stockholders to Dec. 18 was
taken to Indicate that the partial count
of proxies showed a strong trend of
sentiment favorable to the Fish Inter-
ests. Meanwhile the scramble for
proxies will continue and the case be
fought out In the courts. Mr. Fish said
the most that could be hoped for under
the modlified Injunction was to prevent
an election of directors at this time-
Railroads Quit Rate Fight.
Under an agreement with ;overn>or
Comer of Alabama the Southern rail
way and other lines In that state. ex-
,ept the Louisville and Nashville. are
10o put the 2%\ cent fare and freighli
rate Into effect Dec. 1. and all litiga-
tion as a result of resistance to the
rates is to bte withdrawn.
Southern Steel Company Bankrupt.
The Southern Steel company of Bir-
mingham. Ala.. capitalized at $23.0U0.-
000. was put into involuntary bank-
ruptcy Oct. 24 on account of leiung
hard pressed for ready money. This
was assumed to be a direct result of
the financial panic in Wall street.


(EXECUTIVEj

Wider Canal Locks Required.
The isthmian canal commission has
laid before the secretary of the navy
the suggestion that the locks of the
Panama canal be wider than now plan-
ned owing to the larger size of mer-
chant vessels and warships now corn
Ing into vogue. It is thought possible
that this question may revive the dis-
cussion of a sea level waterway.
Trust Goods Confiscated.
A new step has been taken by the
administration in its war upon Illegal
trusts by invoking section 6 of the
Sherman antitrust law to Justify the
seurem of about P.000 worth of to-
bacco goods in Virginita belonging to
eorporatlo- allied to the sria To-
laco company, Uim rwb known as


the tobacco trust- Up to this time sc-
tlem 6, which spselealky authorizes he
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erty owned under contract or In righteousness and decent government.
bination prohibited by the Sherman He then proceeded to make an earnest
law, had remained a dead letter. The speech for the re-election of Mark
seizure In question was a complete Fagan, the present incumbent of the
surprise to te to the tobacco company, which mayor's oaMe.
Is already under prosecution by the Ceoventions of Trues Curbsrs.
federal government It is supposed At Chicago 400 delegates appointed
that this seizure will precipitate an by state governors met under the ans-
action which under the law of seizure pieces of the National Civic federation
would bring to light Information other- to discuss the curbing of trusts. Pres-
wise not obtainable, which the gov- Ident Butler of Columbia university.
ernment might use against the trusts, who presided, made
tension Roll Falling Off. an address in which
The report of Pension Comminslomer he warned against
Warner shows a decrease of 18.600 in premature or Il con-
the number of persons on the pension sidered measures for
rolls at the end of the last fiscal year the regulation of
as compared with the previous year. public service cor-
This is the greatest decrease in the portions lest they
disturb "that faith
history of the bureau. President tluer. which civilized man
Evening Mail Distribution. has in his fellows and upon which
Postmaster Morgan of New York hass rests the whole enormous structure of
just begun the experiment of a dellv- our credit system." He added that if
ery of mail in the evening to persons this were destroyed there would be
west of Fifth avenue and between Fit- few corporations of any kind left to
ty-ninth and Ninetieth streets, all mail regulate. At the same time he admit-
received between 6 and 8 p. m. being Ited that the country was face to face
delivered the same evening. Under with new economic conditions and
the old arrangement all this mail abuses which must be checked. He
would lay In the stations until morn- thought that the Sherman law com-
ing. The plan is to be extended to the mits the nation to a too extreme pol-
entire city as soon as there is an ap- icy by exalting competition over co-
propriation for the additional men nee- operation. Many economists of as-
aesary. tonal reputation took part in the dis-
cassions which followed or delivered
POLITICAL set addresses. Bankers merchants
S | and labor leaders were also beard.
Judge Grosscup aired his favorite plan
Bryan In Now York. for a national corporation commission.
W. J. Bryan. the Nebraska states- and Samuel Gompers said that the
man. began another week's campaign trades union was the proper accompa-
with several addresses In New York niment of the trust. The majority fa-
-ity. In his speech at Cooper Union vroed some form of federal regulation
Mr. Bryan reiterated his charge that of all corporations.
many of the great metropolitan pa- Republican Committee Called.
pers are owned -by interests not Acting Chairman Harry S New of
known to the public" and are run not the Republican national committee has
as newspapers, but to exploit other en- called the committee together on Dec.
terprises. While he did not specify to fix the time and place of the next
any particular paper, be said he had ti eution of the party. Eight
national convention of the party. Eight
trustworthy information that a large cities already have made application
proportion of the newspapers are for the privilege.
owned "for no other purpose but to for the riilee
deceive the public." He repeated that The President Back Homo.
In many the columns are "for sale to President Roosevelt returned to
the highest bidder." but said it was Washington after having made several
not necessary to give proof of a fact stops on his way from the Lo Ilana
that was so self evident The World canebrakes, where he had been hunt-
had offered its columns to him to ing for two weeks. From the sports-
qubstantiate his charges. The Nebras- man's point of view his hunt was not
kan appeared in New York under the very successful. Up to the last day
auspices of the Progressive Democratic of his outing be had killed one deer.
league. The fact leaked out that he but on that day brought down a good
had a private conference with W. R. sized black bear trailed by the dogs
Hearst before starting on his up state At Nashville. Tenn., where the prest-
trip. To the striking telegraphers he dent stopped over several hours after
4ald their struggle and others of that having made a brief visit to Vicks-
kind made necessary a new law creat- burg. he delivered three addresses and
Ing a tribunal of arbitration. took part in two parades. Governor
Third Term Prize Contest. Patterson and the mayor of Nashvill!e
Oregon's new senator. Jonathan were on hand. with other prominent
Bourne. Jr.. has utilized a novel meth- citizens, to receive bim. aud a cw-
od of testing the third term sentiment pany of Confederate veterans marched
of the country by offering through the as a special escort. In his speeches.
National Magazine r referring to the prevailing panic In
a cash reward of Wall street. he took occasion to say
a$1.(. oia n to the & emphatically that his policies would be
%nAmerican people. persevered in. and be summed them
for the best article up in one brief sentence. saying that
i supllH.t .of three "they represent the effort to punish
in s... ..Iri U Utre ILA.. [I A....U .LCt-


c.iintenti. -Us name- -
ly. that the people
:;!It not Rotsevelt
tvill decide his sue-
..-essor. that h oose
yelt almnnot decline-
a sec%-ond elective
term or attempt to
II.ij he !si su"cess4'r
withIout mIaking his : r

:.munt ri.' :islelt.. of the larty aznd
of the Wio,-._ :1ii1 t!I:mt Roosevelts
chartl-r m: -and policies ha'e won the
t'ii!,lnihve ( of the lpe-ple bty shiowul Ills
:ti'.zy to make gwil as the :ittion's
lpullit, servant and ntot as its dictator
and ta:.t. l arrlng death or illness.
"'l'r'e.adeiht loose it u mst and w lI l.-'
se!e"ted- ad electt-d for a .second -.-
thie tern. "',


Ssuccessrui dishonesty. lie uouoteu
If they had any effect in bringing
about the present trouble, but if they
dlid he said it would not alter in the
%slightest degree his course. A tempo-
rary commercial depression he wouid
consider small cost if it were necessary
to arouse civic anii:ihood in our nation.
After his address the lire-sideut and
his lp.rty visited thie Heriiit:ige. the
home ,'-cupiedl by President Andrew
S.lackson. tDuring his journey he had
visited elevet states. midnl his miaiu
SlI>ri,<,ose \;is% to ;gie the n% i-;ght ,of his
*thlie to the animee, vlt for a ship canal
in tlhe Missssii.


LEGAL-CRIMINAL

Gillette of the Mutual Guilty.


A Preacher In Politics. I '.r:,mer Vice- Presiilent \ "alter I;
Th'e l:,,v .I-h.. I. Su.lder. pastor ..t Gillett. *,f the- Mutual Life In-iurai-ce
the IFirt -i ",,r.-.;ii-ai church of .ler- c:topIa,;!iJy now fates a Jossible max-
s t,.y 1i1, it i.r.-iini ;.t a tleluil-li. n ilui'n l .;-mlty <.f t-ln \.-.rs" im ,ris.on-
t ;-.'- :;eT-e'i:i!g r,- -ctlty expiainued his m~ent at hard I.ii.or. hlat ilg bleeu found
politKiil .activity in these words: "'The guil!11 ty : Nv Y,.-v .i::ry .n the.
tmiuister of the twentieth century is charge f pe-riury iw-frie the gra id
something uior-e than .pious tric-a-brac. Jury i <-,,-nnsectin m ith the so ,alicd
or a dlear o&4l dominie with no mind of "'yeliow dog fund appropriated by
his o"wn and just about fitted to say that compltany tor the purpose of conl
sweet nothings to the ladies at an aft- trollitn: legislation. The jury made a
ernoxu tea- Hle is a prophet of God recomniendati-on for mercy. Pending
to denounce sin in high places and sentence the venerable in'suran. e mia:i
stand up for the right, no matter what was confined in a Tombs cell.
the consequences may be. I am a Chadwick Secret Withheld.
parson. and in the pulpit it Is my Upt-n the order of .At,'iu-y *.-;,.-' l
business to preach the gospel, but I Bonaparte the marshal at Cleveland
am also a citizen in free America, and withheld from publication the deposi-
on the platform I reserve the right to tion which Beckwith. the Oberlin bank-
speak my mind and flght openly for er, gave in regard to the financial


transactions of the late Cassie L. Chad-
wick. who died while serving a term
in prison for a long series of crooked
financial deals. This is expected to
keep inviolate the names of various
prominent persons who were supposed
to be connected with the Chadwick
transactions.
Phelps, Dodge & Co. Indicted.
At Santa Fe. N. M.. indictments have
been returned by the federal grand
jury against the old and established
New York firm of Phelps. Dodge & Co..
charging fraud in the securing of coal
lands in that section.


I RELIGIOUS |


Scores of Florida Citism ave

If von suffer from backache,
There in one way to cure it.
The perfect wayv s to cure the kidneys.
A had hack means sick kidneys.
Neglect it, urinary troubles follow.
Doan's Kidney Pills are made for kid-
neys only.
S. B. Ilmons, cigannrmaker. living at
1311 Ashley Street, Tampa. Fla.. say.;
"I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they
cured me of backache and disorder of the
kidneys. Two or three times on account
f othe main in myv ck I was unable to


go to work for several days. The secre-
Open Pulpit Plan Adopted tons of the kidneys were in a very bad
On the last day of the Episcopal gen- condition, dark in color and if allowed
eral convention at Richmond the house to stand would become of the ouiney-v
of deputies concurred In the action of ofjelly. Iried various remedies taking
the bishops adopting a canon providing what seemed like gallons of medicine andl
the bishops adopting a canon providing I also pt on plaster, but nothing help-
for the open pulpit and allowing the ed me at all until I got Doan's Kidney
use of Episcopal churches by Chris- Pills upon the advice of a friend of mine,
tians not members of this denomina- and using them according to tion. they cured me in a very short time."
It was decided that after the present For sale by all dealers. Price 50 tents.
term of the presiding bishop his sue- Foeter-Milumrn Co.. Buffalo, New York,
cessor should be elected by the house sole agents for the United States.
of bishops, subject to the concurrence Remember the name-Doan'---and
of the bouse of deputies, and that the take no other.
term of olce should be six years. No -
agreement was reached on the adop- I At the initiation of Jay Gould son
tion of a standard Bible. i of George Gould, into a college tra-
iishop Petter Entertains Negro. ternity in New York the young man


caused this division have long passed
into history. and the only differences
which marked them in recent years
have been those of polity and not of
doctrine. The act of union was at-
tained unanimously. being the outcome
of many years of patient effort on the
part of those favoring the plan.

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is said to have been compelled to black
boots, dance, sing. bark like a dog and
lap milk from a saucer.

A Reliable emedy for Croup
Mrs. S. Rosinthal, of Turner. Michi-
gan, save: "We have used Chauiberlain's
Cough Medicine for ourselves and child-
ren for several years and like it very
much. I think it is the only remedy
for croup and can highly recommend it."
For sale by Tituaville Pharmacy and
Banner Drug Store.


1uW Juhat MA ChflbIn.


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A few doses of this remedy will in-
variably cure an ordinary attack of
diarrhoma.
It can always be depended upon.
even in the more severe attacks of
cramp colic and cholera mourbuas.
It is equally successful for summer
diarrhbca and cholera infantunm in
children, and is the means of saving
the lives of tuany 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. lnuy it ow
PRICE. 25c. LARGE SIZE. 5uC.


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Bishop and Mrs. Potter of New York.
while occupying a Richmond residence
during the I4cent general convention.
startled and displeased the southern
contingent by entertaining at luncheon
Bishop Ferguson of Africa. the only
negro sitting In the house of bishops.
This action was especially offensive to
the southern churchmen because of
their known attitude on the question
of social equality between the races.
British Methodist Reunion.
Three Methodist denorninshons in
England. known as the Methodist New
Connection, the Bible Christians and
the United Methodist Free church have
now merged their separate lives in one
organism, to be known as the United
Methodist church. The unittug con-
ference took place in John Wesley's
chapel in London and was attended by
700 delelotes. Th-e controversies which


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= ;:: : VOL. XXVIII TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8,' 1907 NO. 29

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f/' DOINGS OF THE The New Schloss Modelsare LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's'I'LOCAL GOSSIP



PRESENT WEEK now on display here. They will AND INCIDENTSPersonal Bargains ia Every Department AND PERSONALS

I, set the fashon in gentlemen's wear MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1907.Ladies' .
for the coming fall and winter for I
I black heather bloom
.
'Tungeut Holes Pertaining to Events they that bear is a instantly certain distinguishable.They air of individuality .- parairaphs'-Ab nt People that I!I der skirts, with shirred flounce un-, Something Abont the People of Titus-

worth $2.50 special $1.49.
p' Transpiring About Town I are not radical and yet there is Travel Here and There I I Half wool and cotton blankets ville as They Come and Go .
I that difference that makes these new mod-
: A cool drink at a cool place at els stand pre-eminent as the artistic creation -Sheriff Brown arrested one named!I extra;large size heavy weight, worth A cool drink at a cool place at

I ; TdANDY'S. I of master tailors. Jim Mackay at Rockledge who is want-i $3.50, special $2.49. i I MANDY'S.
ed in Miami for an assault a worn.I All wool California blankets, silk
upon
Fine Box Candies at the Banner 1 Schloss clothes are perfectly tailored -' an. bound 10-4s, worth $-1.00, special Boys' knee pants in endless variety -

a Drug Store. I and of precise fit, combining -Mr. has returned $2.98. cf patterns, prices ranging from
G. G. Howard
.:f W. L. Douglass shoes in endless I sterling workmanship with the most from Savannah and is in the Express White marseilles bed spreads, extra 50 cents to $1.50 at Kline's Clothing fi

*-. variety of styles at Kline's Shoe Des tasteful fashions of the hour. office during the illness of Agent S. E. large size, worth $3.00, special I Store.A .

s .: partment.Mr. The largest and best line of cloth- Bailey.Mr. $1.99 fine little man of tender age ar- F E

W. M. Brown, who has been ing, shoes hats, men's and boy's and llrs. Swain, of Jacksonville, Flannellette suitable for kimonas, rived Monday night, born to Mr. and i '

r in Miami for the past two weeks, ar- furnishings shown on the East Coast. arrived yesterday on a visit to their in endless variety. of patterns, worth Mrs. Tom Knight, of Canaveral. The
Send us your orders. daughters, Mrs. J. R. Walker and Mrs. mother and "
2a babe are stopping with ,
rived in. town Wednesday. cents, Monday only, 1* cents a "n '
". Mr. and Mrs. Perry who have I WINSTON S. BRANNING W. E. Goldsmith. y ard. Mrs. Ed. Morgan of this place. 4l

<' spent the past year in Titusville, left __Titusville._____ Florida.____ New Dancing Club 54-inch broad cloth in all the lat- Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Brannig, of i '
:;. for Cocoa the first of this week. u I est shades including blacks, navy, Miami, arrived Saturday, Mr. Bran- A :
Crabb arrived Saturday from Trains Soon Run to Knights KeyA The young men of Titusville have reorganized brown and red worth $2.00 a yard, ling coming up for some hunting on

,"' Roy few days visit special to the Tampa Tribune the dancing club and held the special $1.25 a yard. the old grounds while :Mrs. Bran-
. Jacksonville on a from New York gives out the fol- dance Wednesday night on account of I Cotton suitings can hardly be distinguished ning is visiting Mrs. P. H. Wright
with his Mr. and Mrs. J. D. 4
; parents, the K. P.s organizing their lodge last from $1.00 a yard materials I and Mrs. W. S. Branning.Mr. .
lowing:
t Crabb. night, but after this the dances are expected -
: The announcement was made here to be held Thursday night patterns copied from high Jens Jensen and bride, from
: Mr. Jas. T. Sanders, formerly of every I
: today byrepresentatives of HenryM. price imported dress goods, special Bridgeport, Conn., arrived in town
off Tuesday for
this az'
. place, stopped Flagler that the ocean-going 19 cents a yard. last week on a visit to Mr. Jensen's
Recovered
his home to from DamagesThe
day on way Miami Ladies misses and children's ready
railroad which he is building from uncle Capt. P. Nelson. We learn
i a trip north. the Florida mainland to Key West case of A. A. Taylor! vs. F. E. C. made coats, endless variety of latest that this young couple expect to locate

Special prices in men's top shirts, will be opened to traffic as far as. R'y Co., which was tried in circuit court styles, prices more than right.R here permanently. ,

t' excellent patterns light and dark Knight's Key 109 miles south of last week, was completed Saturday re- & G corsets, in all latest models Mr. F. P.
sulting in a verdict for the plaintiff for Ziy arrived Saturday last
.
!#; the famous Princely shirt, special 59 Miami, on or about January 15, next $3.500 damages.This with supporters, worth $1.50, special from Varnells Station Ga. being
_ accompanied -
cents each Kline's Clothing Store. 98
; will be in :cen ts.
and that steamers put operation case was stubbornly contested by Mr. J. M. Osban who
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sherman who from that point to Havana. on both sides and it is generally conceded Rogers' 1847 triple plate knives went from here to Atlanta last week

' have had rooms with Mrs. Crabb, left This decision to open the road to that the sum named is a fair one. and forks, guaranteed for twenty For another carload of stock. They

the first of this week for Cocoa, traffic for the greater part of its The case of Jennie Prevatt, et al, vs. years, special $4.99 set (six knives brought ten head of horses and mules.
+ where they will make their future course a year ahead of the time set F. E. C. R'y Co. was compromised by six forks.)
,r the railroad company agreeing to pay 1&47 Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ives and their
Rogers' triple plate teaspoons,
: borne.I I for its final completion is Mr. flagler's -
the plaintiff the of $1,230. two daughters the Misses Laura and
,
sum
Clothing of the best make and in reply to the report that the special $1.99 set, (six.)
,
I Elsie Ives, arrived Sunday afternoon
I endless variety of patterns at Kline's building of the road has been given -- -- Lace curtains, three yards long from {
Arrival of Dredge TomokaThe handsome patterns, worth $2.00, Philadelphia to spend the win-
I i Clothing Store. ter at their pretty tropical home in t
up."The road has not been abandonedand Tomoka in of special $1.25 per pair.
dredge
"" owned charge
Rabbit
! The motor boat by LaGrange. Their friends glad- t
many
Floor matting, in new: and up-to-
there is no intention of abandon- Capt. W. Saunders arrived from
,
D. B. Pritchard is being fitted welcome their
,T Mr. ly return.
motor and will be ing it," said Vice-President J. R. Eau Gallie the first of the week and date designs Monday's special 29
with a DeMooy Parrott, who is in general chargeof stopped at the old dock Monday leav- cents per yard. Miss Brown, who will again assume ,
Mr. L. A. Brady
used this by
season
., Mail orders promptly filled on the position of superintendent of the
the construction. "On the con- nig that night for the canal at any
: as a hunting boat. of the above goods. Canaveral club for the coming sea-
trary, we expect to have trains run- Clifton where there is probably a
. :. Mr. C. V. Doplittle and wife, oft ning as far as Knight's Key, with month's work for the dredge to do. JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. son, arrived from the north yester-

Jacksonville, arrived last Friday for steamships operating between that Owing to adverse winds, however, day. Capt. Floyd Quarterman has

r a few days' visit to his father, Mr. point and Havana by the middle of the outfit has been anchored up to Wall Street's Howl the club's transfer boat Widgeon 't

L. W. Doolittle. They left Monday January. Knight's Key, which is to this morning just about a mile Editor of the FLO El D v bTAK. in readiness for the regular trips,

with the expectation of making their serve as the temporary terminus of north of town. The editor of THE of the commencing today.
Many notably
\ future home in Atlanta. the ocean extension, is about two STAR paid the dredge a visit Mon- newspapers
those in the North
are loudly prais- The editor of THE STAR is in receiptof
/!. The house furnishings belonging thirds of the way from Miami to day and was cordially shown all over ing what they term J. P. Morgan'sand an invitation to attend a reception to

>}. to Dean Robottom arrived the first Key West. The opening of this sec- this craft by Capt. Saunders. The John D. Rockefeller's patriotismin be held at the Ocala House in Ocala, f,

of the week and the dean and wife tion of the line to traffic does not Tomoka is a suction dredge havinga coming to the rescue of the New Thursday evening next, Nov. 14th, given I-'J
1 however that only twothirdsof capacity of from 1,200 to 2XK in honor of the state administration
are busy getting settled to house mean, York banks, which are in the habitas
.!. keeping in the rectory, Mrs. Robot- the work is completed. Fully 80 cubic yards per day and is providedwith often as the occassion occurs, of officials members of the supreme court i
tom is expecting her father and per cent. of the land work between condensers for converting saltwater depleting their deposits because of Florida and also the Flonda congres-

mother the latter part of next week. this point and Key West is finished. into fresh, and is also provided stock gamblers are willing (when sional has been delegation.arranged by This The pleasant Ocala Boardof affair 1
Nor is it true that any engineering with a dipper for removing large
the market them
against ) to Trait
:\ The building formerly used as a goes
difficulties have been encounteredthat obstructions. THE STAR received a
I band by Indian River band, pay 30, 50 and even 100 per cent
room of call from
will prevent the completion pleasant Capt. Saundersand interest rate for Russell Auction Sale
on Washington avenue has been the lower part of the extension. Engineer Smith Monday. money.
sold by Indian River State bank to Sage was one of those patriots usu- At Progressive Culture Club room Saturday -
Every engineering problem connected ally coming to the front on such afternoon.. Nov. 9th., at 330.. '
who will
Mr. W. H. Parker, move '
.- with the of the viaducts
building Men's all wool
cardigan jackets invited and
cordially ,
and "emergencies" and assisting in what Everyone re-
it back 10 feet from the street
that will carry the line over the open in and white article for auction.
tin and navy, gray special Wall street bankers call "avertinga quested bring an
rebuild it for use as repair
water sections on this portion of the $2.98. - -
panic" and at the same time man-
shop, utilizing the upper story for route has been met and solved in Miami Newspaper ConsolidationThe
aging to add a few millions to his
living rooms. This will be a decidtd the of the road Books
building part already Auditing of RailwaysA Miami Daily News has been con-
improvement as this building has roll.In solidated with
finished. the
Daily Record, of that
been in'a rather dilapidated condi- state statue which has long this instance it should be remembered -
"Most of the material requiredfor city, under the name of the News-Rec-
tion for some time past.FURNITURE.DRY the completion of the ocean line existed but never enforced has that patriots Morgan and ont, the change taking place the first

'has been delivered and paid for. It been taken advantage of by the Rockefeller were protecting their)of this week. Everyone will regret
'I Imovement"
GOODSSHOES railroad commission of Florida. own individual interests the "bear that Mr. Byington had to give up the
,
is not true that the cost of the road
having slipped down a'i publication of the News, but the fact is
The commission having decided 1 to
From at Gardner's'ou will thus far has greatly exceeded the
now on than calculated there not for three
few notches lower they was room daily papers -
examine all the books of the
receive with each CASH purchase, a estimates as has been reported. The com- it should. t in that city. Messrs. Stoneman &
ticket. When you have$25.00 worth, road has been built within the esti- mon carriers of Florida delegate i This howl occasionally | LaSaile are now issuing the :News-Rec-
: distressing we -
you can obtain a high grade talking mated cost and while it is impossible R. Hudson Burr to take the auditing hear from Wall street bankers!'1 ord as a morning paper the afternoonfield
machine on the most liberal terms in work of this nature to practiceall force to St. Augustine and begin being occupied by the Metropolis, ;
work the books of the F. E. C. for assistance from the government ![| the first in Miami. ,
on paper published
and at a fraction of regular price.It of the economies possible in ordinary II that a panic be avoided. When .,
may ---- -- --
will interest YOU. land construction the comple- railway.When. all other sections of the country are I II '' Turkeys For Sale 1,
Chas..A. Gardner 'Phone tion of the line is in no wise beyondthe Mr. Burr made known his
I in a prosperous condition and transacting -., Fine young turkeys, home-raised, for
.
financial ability of Mr. Flagler. commission, the officials of the road ''
- -
Ii business in legtimate man- Thanksgiving and Christmas for sale
I a ,,
For Sale received him and his workers
courteously ner, has all the ear marks of a bluff at 25<-. per pound gross.
: Five English Berkshire brood sows, Special Revival Services and gave them the facilities I for money to replace that loaned to T. A. ROBINsoN '

in fine condition. Bargain for anyone Revival services at the Baptist church they desired cheerfully. The work I stock gamblers at a rate of interest City Point, Florida
wanting thoroughbred stock. this week conducted by Rev. L. T. will be done by the Mutual Auditing j! }
banker would turndown
.. E. B. ARNOLD. Reed have been well attended and are Company of Indianapolis Ind., I i I r our country II. A. WARBIXTON. ]t Piano Tuning

Malabar, Florida. arousing religious interest. : with Conway H. Hillman in charge.It j I Fippen Adams: piano tuner of St.
J Rev. Reed will hold services as follows -I will take considerable time before i. Titusville.Can : !1! Augustine will be in Titusville about
Notice to Tax Payers : Friday at 3 and 7 p. m.; Satur- I these experts complee their work. J i 1 the latter part of November on his regular -
day, at 7 p. m.; Sunday,at 11 a. m. and i We Deliver the Goods? professional trip to Titusville. Be
Under the provisions of section 41, of further services will This is the same company that was j :
:Notice
7 m. and leave order for
chapter 5586 laws of Florida all taxes be p.given on Sunday. At 3 p. m. Sun- 'I secured and did the work for the j i i Thousands of students the very sure early at the Indian your River Music house tuning

are due and payable on the first day of dav Rev. Reed will preach at LaGrange. state authorities in North Carolina best business offices of the country; as his time here will be limited.
November. The law also provides that )everybody is invited to attend these I and' Kentucky, and which has been i I hundreds of court reporters doing
if any tax payer shall pay November his taxes be- services. engaged hy' Governor Comer for I the most difficult work; expo:t government Wood For Sale
and
the first day of
tween the first day of December he shall be Church Notes similar service in Alabama. i stenographer stand F'\vith Pine or oak any length. Also plowing -
I of the railroad the best; bookkeepers throughout and harrow See address J.
allowed 'discount of two cent. Chairman Burr j very; :: :: :: or ,
a per Rev.Vm.. Stones will preach at Ind- i
and if the first day commission says a5 follows: the land: These are evidence \V. Jamison Titu.-.viile Fla.
paid on
therefrom
; ianola on Sunday next at 10:3i. and at |
of December or between that day and Eau Gallic at 7 p. m. I "The railroad commission of the I j i that we can deliver the goods. No The Hotel
t; the first day of January he shall be allowed state of Florida, in pursuance of the ; experiment about our systems;others Alpine
a discount of one per cent. Tax There will be preaching at Mims law creating the commission in this '!have blazed the way; study what Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-

books close on the first Monday in April.E. Sunday, Nov. 10th at 3:30 p. m. I state has resolved to have a general : others have studied learn what ager. On the European plan .furnished -
W. HALL Sunday school at M. E. church, Ti- audit of the books and papers of all I others have learned. You can com- i rooms and quick lunch. Centrally -

Tax Collector Brevard County tusville, at 10 a. m. The morningand the railroads and common carriers plete a course in shorthand in three located.
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-- evening services at the M. E. ---'-'------- t
4 'months with of 150 words
I doing business in this state and have a speed
Smoking Tobaccos church are hereby called in on account Orange and Grapefruit Trees
:
engaged the service of auditors to per minute or you can complete a
Sensation Duke's Mixture Bull of the protracted services at E I do the work beginning with the : course of bookkeeping and business Grown at Shiloh. Fla., on high

Durham, U. S. Marine, Old English the Baptist church. Our people are j Florida East Coast railway. This training, and in four months be fit- hickory hammock. Free from white

Curve Cut Van Bibber,Turkish Trophies urged to attend these services. W. I work is being done for the general ted to hold a position a? bookkeeperin fly. One year to two year old bud t

White Rolls. F. Allen. Pastor.FOR .. information of the commission and a bank or another' concern. Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully -
BANNER DRUG STORE. SALE- -CH2LU-- -tOti- -CASH.Abont in order that the members may intelligently Write the Athens Business College packed and delivered at Oak Hill

8$ acirs of good high land on regulate the rates of the Athens,Ga., for large free catalogue.For station. J. W. GRIFFIS

Stove WoodI' the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat carriers of the state in such a man- Shiloh, Fla.

i offering 16-inch pine stove the Narrow, described as follows: Lot ner as to do justice to the roads and Sale Draying
am No. 3, wtion 35. also lot No. 3, section business in this One 4 months
: pair thoroughbred
been turpen- Ito the people doing i 1
has all kinds
wood that never I' braying or hauling of promptly -
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36, in township south range east.
t other wood you buy now This land is unimproved but finely lo- state and to determine if the annual 1! old pups cross between setter and attended to. Meets all trains. Stove
f has beeAll urpenne ; 25 cords cut cated. For further particulars addressE. reports made the commission are i i pointer will be of right age to train 1 1ood for sale al all times.

and dried ready for delivery. M. Iuw.Brockton I correct and in accordance with the:'whenseasonopens. Address D.,care! H. E. HOLTON.i .
t G. G. HOWARD. Mass. law." 1! STAR office. Titusville, Fla.

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: 't : : 1 transactions of tie late Cassie L. Chad- ; I

I Ic wick who died while serving a term 1 [EPU1EHAY! i :

In prison for a long series of crooked

financial deals. This is expected to
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keep inviolate the names of various Scores of Florida Citizen Have i

.: prominent persons who were supposedto Learned It .
.' I be connected with the Chadwick
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transactions. If you suffer from backache
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There 11 one way to cure it. 1
Phelps, Dodge & Co. Indicted.At .
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The rft'Ct'ay is to cure the kidneys. J !.
Santa Fe. X M. indictments have
A bad hack means sick kidneys. 1 s

...., been i returned by the federal grand Neglect it, urinary troubles fJlow.Doan's 1

: i jury| against the old and established Kidney Pills are made for kidneys t

K _. I New York firm of Phelps. Dodge &. Co. only. i

'1: 1 charging fraud in the securing of coal S. B. lemons, cigarmaker living at 9

lands in that section. 1311 Ashley Street, Tampa. Fla., say; .

"I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they

cured of backache and disorder of the
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rfghteousness and decent gov rnment." Two or three times on account
I kidneys.
erty owned under contract or in combination I RELIGIOUSOpen I
I COMMERCIAL I prohibited by the Sherman lie then proceeded to make an earnest of thepain in my back I was unable togo

speech for the re-election of Mark to work for several days. The eecre- '1!
< law, had remained a dead letter. The
." 1.r Fagan the present incumbent of the Pulpit Plan Adopted.On Lions of the kidneys were in a very bad 1 '
seizure In question was a complete
dark in color and if allowed 4to@tand..ouldbecomeoftheconeietency
condition
New York Panic Stayed. mayor's office.Conventions the last day of the Episcopal gen. ,
to the tobacco whichIs
surprise company j
if : ,Bulletin! Wall street convalescing eral convention at Richmond the bouse
''" already under prosecution by the of Trust Curbers.At of jelly. I triedanons remedies taking j
nicely from an acute attack of monetary of deputies concurred in the action of '
federal government It is supposed Chicago 400 delegates appointedby 'what fl"emec.llike! gallons medicine and i.
anaemia induced by public indignation the bishops adopting a canon providingfor
under the I also on plasters, but nothing: helped -
'" that this seizure will precipitate an state governors met auspices put
!' ; and popular distrust over the the open pulpit and allowing the Doan's Kidney
s action which under the law of seizure of the National Civic federationto me at all until I got
malpractice of certain bank promoting of President use of Episcopal churches by Chr.s; Pills upon the advice of a friend of mine, J :
would bring to light information otherwise discuss the curbing trusts.
> "doctors"-thanks to the heroic infusion tians not members of this denomination. and using them according to directions
not obtainable which the gov- Butler of Columbia university "
: of cash into the main arteries of they cured me in a very short time.
ernment might use against the trusts. who presided made
finance at the critical It was decided that after the present
: dux an address in whichhe For sale by all dealers Price 50 rents
moment by the noted pension Roll Falling Off._ warned against term of the presiding bishop his successor Foster.Milturn Co., Buffalo, New York

\ specialists Dr. Morgan, The report of Pension Commissioner ill should be elected by the houseof sole agents for the United States 1'

::. ? ; Dr. Rockefeller and Dr. Warner shows a decrease of 18.UX in premature or con- bishops subject to the concurrence Remember the name-Doan'a-aad
? sidered for
& .:.r Cortelyou. : the number of persons on the pension measures of the house of deputies, and that the take no other. .

s = "' ,' That Is about how the rolls at the end of the last fiscal yearas the regulation oft term of office should be six years. N'o I I I II

(New York financial dis- compared with the previous year. public service cor- agreement was reached on the adop- I At the initiation of Jay Gould, son j

turbance of last week This is the greatest decrease in the porations lest they tion of a standard Bible. I of George Gould, into a college fraI -
disturb "that faith
:, looks figuratively to theJ. history of the bureau. President utler. which civilized man Bishop Potter Entertains Negro. I ternity in New York the young man :

P. Morgan rest of the country Evening Mail Distribution. has in his fellows and upon which Bishop and Mrs. Potter of New York is said to have been compelled to black I a Ia
y
: judging from the comment of representative Postmaster Morgan of New York has rests the whole enormous structure of while occupying a Richmond residence boots, dance, sing, bark like a dog and 1 i

e papers in different sections. Just begun the experiment of a deliv- our credit system lie added that if during the decent general convention lap milk from a saucer.A .

z y' The drastic action of the New York ery of mail in the evening to persons this were destroyed there would be startled and displeased the southern

: clearing house in cutting loose from west of Fifth avenue and between Fif few corporations of any kind left to. contingent by entertaining at luncheon Beliable Remedy for Croup

the trust companies and in fencing the ty-ninth and Ninetieth streets, all mail I I I regulate. At the same time he admit- Bishop Ferguson of Africa the only Mrs. S. Robinthal, of Turner Michigan -

K .. Ilelnze-Morse-Barney-Thomas clique received between 6 and 8pm. being ted that the country was face to face negro sitting In the house of bishops. says: "We have used Chamberlain's

a: out of the institutions which had been delivered the same evening Under with new economic conditions and This action was especially offensive to Cough Medicine for ourselves and children j

f used for gambling purposes went far the old arrangement all this mail abuses which must be checked. lie I the southern churchmen because of I for several years! and like it very

4.t t: 3 to disconcert those angry financiers would lay in the stations until morn- thought that the Sherman law com their known attitude on the question much. I think it is the only remedy
"
fY who. like the vice president of the ing The plan is to be extended to the mits the nation to a too extreme pol- of social equality between the races. for croup and can highly recommend it.

+ : suspended Knickerbocker Trust, still entire city as soon as there is an ap- icy by exalting competition over co British Methodist Reunion. II For Banner sale by Store.Titusville Pharmacy and

; sought to place the blame on President propriation for the additional men nec- operation. Many economists of naltonal Three Methodist denominations In Drug -

+i Roosevelt. essary. England known as the Methodist New
reputation took part In the discussions -
traceable to the withdrawal ,
Directly '
Connection the Bible Christians and
which followed or deliveredset
{' t. l" of these men was the run on the CASTORIAFor '
addresses. Bankers merchants the United Methodist Free church have !
c' F Knickerbocker which resultedin I POLITICAL ,
:: s Trust I
And labor leaders were also heard. now merged their separate lives In one Infants and Children.
its suspension with more than $62-
Judge Grosscup aired his favorite plan organism to be known as the United
000 in for lack of cash or The Kind You Hare
j 000. deposits Bryan In New York. for a national corporation commission Methodist church The uniting con- Always Bought

f Z= friends in the street to provide it on \V. J. Bryan, the Nebraska states- and Samuel Gompers said that the ference took place in John Wesley's I
When the Bears theSignature
offered.
securities
the run man began another week's campaign trades union was the proper accompaniment chapel in London and was attended by 1 1C

'' began on the Trust Company of Amer- with several addresses in New York of the trust. The majority favored 700 delegates The controversies which of'' G

ica and $10.000.000 in ready cash melted >ity In his speech at Cooper Union some form of federal regulationof caused this division have long passed I

; :, away like snow in summer while Mr. Bryan reiterated his charge that all corporations. Into history and the only differences

r: stocks on the exchange were tumblingand which marked them in recent I
many of the great metropolitan pa- years
to 70 and later to Republican Committee Called.
call money went pers are owned "by Interests not have beeu those- of polity and not of
the of the Acting Chairman Harry S. New of BARr
90 cent danger scare
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I
i per known to the public" and are run not doctrine. The act of union was attained lJ
was apparent to all. Then It was that the Republican national committee has
.t- as newspapers but to exploit other en unanimously being the outcome ,
1 a pool of leading bankers formed by called the committee together on Dec.
>> terprisesNhile he did not specify of many years of patient effort on the
and aided John D. 6 to fix the time and place of the next
J. P. Morgan by
3{. any particular paper he said he had part of those favoring the plan. J M'
national contention of the
i Rockefeller came to the rescue while party. Eight
trustworthy information that a large (
'ff Secretary of the Treasury Corteljou cities already have made application
proportion of the newspapers are
gave all the assistance of his great office for the privilege Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer,
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i owned "for no other purpose but to D
..., 1f:! within the law. More than $100.000.000 .- deceive the public. lie repeated that The President Back Home. Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf SEKEKEIA

+ X!' were thus placed at the disposal I President Roosevelt returned to
in many the columns are "for sale to your blood is impure, thin, diseased J, .
t; of the market at low rates or for the highest bidder." but said it was Washington after having made several hot or full of humors, if you have blood A V !

3"e good securities. Thus was the tide not necessary to give proof of a fact I stops on his way from the Louisiana poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating soree, .v.. !

f turned and confidence restored Several that was so self evident The World canebrakes where he had been hunting scrofula, eczema itching, risings and 1

,, :.- '0. small banks suspended but were had offered its columns to him to I for two weeks. From the sports bumps, scabby, pimply skin, hone pains, few doses of this remedy will ia- 1

,- t found to be solvent The brokerage substantiate his charges. The Nebraskan mau's point of view his hunt was not catarrh" rheumatism, or any blood or variably cure an ordinary attack of

,.. s(i :. ? z l "firm of Mayer &. Co. failed for $0.000.. very succe sful Up to the last day skin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm diarrhoea
appeared in New York under the
F}a -', 000. The Plttsburg exchange closed ([B. B. B.) Soon all sores heal, aches It can always be depended upon
I
of his he had killed deer
-. t :auspices of the Progressive Democratic outing one and pains stop and the blood is made even in the more severe attacks of \
J after the failure of Westinghouse league. The fact leaked out that he 1 but on that day brought down a good pure and rich. Druggists or by express cramp colic and cholera morbos

.. companies was annoanced. Receivers had a private conference with W. sized black bear trailed by the dojjs f 1 per large bttle ample free by writing It is equally successful for summer .J,.

were named for these. Hearst before starting on his up n.1 At Nashville. Tenn., where the presIdent Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. B B. diarrhoea and cholera infantum in

"C Fish Apparently a Winner. trip. To the striking telegraphers stopped over several hours after B. is especially advised for chronic, deep- (children and is the mean of saving

The agreement of the parties at issue mid their struggle and others of that having made a brief visit to Icks- seated cases, as it cures after all else tails.CA.StTORI.0. the lives of many children each year.
When reduced with water and
," to adjourn the meeting of the Illinois kind made necessary a new law creatIng I burg he delivered three addresses and I sweetened it is pleasant to take.

Central stockholders to Dec IS was a tribunal of arbitration. took part in two parades. Governor I of should
Every man a family keep
taken to indicate that the partial countof Third Term Prize Contest. Patterson and the major of Nashville: Bean. Tt8 Kind You Ha's AIa.s Bought thin remedy in his home Buy it now

proxies showed a strong trend of Oregon's new senator. Jonathan I Iounle. were on band with other prominent Signature J1-.1-- I PRICE 25c LARGE SIZE, Sue

sentiment favorable to the Fish interests citizens, to receive him. and a com- of .
Jr, has utilized a noel meth- i
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Meanwhile the scramble for pany of Confederate veterans marchedas
od of testing the third term sentiment i ----
proxies will continue and the case be a special escort In his speeches
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of the country bv offering through the
fought out in the courts Mr. Fish said referring to the prevailing panic in

.. the most that could be hoped for under a National cash reward Magazine of I Wall street he took occasion to say Do not suffer

the modified injunction was to preventan I emphatically that his policies would be
$1000. open to the with
election of directors at this time. persevered in, and he summed them (% severe
American
people.
Railroads Quit Rate Fight. for the best articlein I up In one brief sentence saying that Headaches
"they represent the effort to punish
Under an agreement with (Governor v j.jxirt of throe
successful dishonesty" lie doubted when
Comer of Alabama the Southern railway contentions a m e- t

and other lines iu that state except ly that the people if they had any effect in bringing

t the Louisville and Nashville, are md not Roosevelt about the present trouble but if they \ 1I
I ld he said it would not alter in the
ti ; to put the 234 cent fare and freight will decide his sue ;

r. I rate Into effect Dec 1. and all lit in, '.censor that Uoose- slightest degree his course .V temporary

,;. .' f lion as a result of resistance to the wit cannot declinea commercial I depression he would

"M rates Is to lie withdrawn second elective i consider small\ cost if it were necessaryto .r sTawO

arouse civic manhood in our nation.
I Southern Steel Company Bankrupt. icrm or attempt ton i
After his address the president and
; 1 The Southern Steel company of Birmingham. .mie his successor I
fct".'lor bourne I his party visited the Hermit:ige. the I
j. l Ala., capitalized at $:2.: >.000: without making his 1
{I Ii President Andrew
t !i home occupied bv
t 000. was put into involuntary bank tl' irl's or "(';;i.isiiral opinionpara' [ MA111L

ruptey Oct. 24 on account of being i louut t., the *;ishf* of the party and Jackson During; his journey he had Will Cure You.
.- visited eleven states and his main
= i hard pressed for ready money This of the nitiH: and that Kooseveltscharacter j
the purpose was to give thel'ibt of his The liver is the main-spring for the whole body. To
have
was assumed to be a direct result of and policies won expert
.: the financial panic in Wall street. ron'idt'IHV of the jteople by showing his office to the inofiuent for a ship canal good health, one must keep the liver in good order. To do eta '.

ability to make <,xl as the nations in the Mississippi regulator is needed. Herblne will put your liver in the con ?f
dition should be .
and you will not sutler from headaches.
public servant aud not as its dictator

I EXECUTIVEWid.r I and" t'nt. KooMrvclt barring death must and or will illness.Prtident U. I LEGAL-CRIMINAL A POSITIVE CUREFOR ,


selected and ell"cft'for a second tie,
j CONSTIPATION. CHILLS AND
t Canal Locks Required.
live ten:!.-, Gillette of the Mutual Guilty.
{ The isthmian canal commission has FEVER BILIOUSNESS MALARIAAND
I I ornerice President Walter li
A Preacher In Politics
laid before the secretary of the navy ALL LIVER
COMPLAINTS.
the suggestion that the locks of the The Hex. loan I_ Scuddcr. pastor of Gilletteof the Mutual Life Insurancecnmpiny

the 1-"irst l'ougregatioual church of Jersey -I now faces a possible maximum
Panama canal be wider than now plan-
mere ('itv'. in presiding; Jt a Republican I penalty of ten vejrs imprisonment Has Done A World Of Good.
at hard I lalar haiu'eu found
fCt''till explained his
recently
('hant"essel* and warships now coming 1II- ;; I
into It is thought possible political activity in these words: The guilt bv a :Nework jury on theI Mrs.! C. D. Philley, Marble Falls, Texas writes: "I have

that this vogue question may revive the discussion minister of the twentieth century is i!I chlrof: la'erjury before the grand used lIerbine and find It the best liver corrective I have ever
tried. It
done
something than bricabracor j i, Jury In connection with the so called my family as well as myself a world of good
of a sea level waterway more pious and I recommend it to aft
frienda. I
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my never sufler
a dear old dominie with uo mind of I| ('Ilow dog' fund appropriated headaches anymore." from t
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Trust Goods Confiscated.A
c his own and just about fitted to say I that company for the purpose of controlling _
has been taken bJ the SOc WILL BUY IT.
new step '
The made
legislation jury a
sweet nothings to the ladies at an afternuou ; l
administration In its war upon illegal tea lie Is a prophet of God I recommendation for mercy. Pending

trusts by invoking section 6 of the sentence the venerable insurance man Ballard Snow
to denounce sin in high places and I Liniment Co. i}
law to the
Sherman antitrust Justify
stand up for the tight no matter what was confined in a Tombs cell.
seizure of about $7,000 worth of tobacco 500-502 N. Second St. ST.
LOUIS MO.
the consequences may be. 1 am a I Chadwick Secret Withheld. r
in Virginia belonging to
1. goods parson and In the pulpit it Is my Upon the order cf Attorney General
corporations allied to the Americas Tobacco I HHBBBRHHiSold
business to preach the gospel but I Bonaparte the marshal at Cleveland

company, otherwise known as am also a citizen in free America and withheld from publication the deposition and Recommended
the tobacco trust Up to this time section by
on the platform I reserve the right to I which Beckwith. the Oberlin banker ,

G, which specifically authorizes .be speak, my mind and fight openly for gave in regard to the financial TituEsamitooi Diiig l
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f; ; ? : .THE STATE UNIVERSITY. Women as Well as Men Cigars for Royalty. State Encampment Over Words of Praise -

I ;' (Tampa Times.) The Pensacola correspondent of the For the several Ingredients of which Dr.Pierce's '
...Many Improvements Have
Been Made Are Made Miserable
by medicines are composed as
.. > His Majesty Charles L king of Pore Times-Union writing to that paper on given
, :: : : =In, This Institution. by leaders in all the several schools of
Kidney Trouble. tugal, will shortly be smoking some the 2Sth says: "After spending ten medicine, should have far more weight

I :j.i '_. .The: University of the State of FlorIda of the finest cigars that have ever days in camp at Forts Pickens and Mc- than any amount of non-professional testimonials. .

; : 1,1 now: in full operation. When the touched the lips of royalty or those of I Rae, the Florida State Troops left here Dr.Pierce's Favorite Prescription .
ii.
'. I Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis- has THE BADGE OF HCszsTT on every
: : opening day arrived 25
e on September tonight /tor their homes
courages and lessens ambition;beauty,vigor commoner clay. That these cigars occupying bottle-wrapper, in a full list of all its in-
i{{.:) improvements were to be noted : ".- -I and cheerfulness soon should be made in Tampa is a matterof three special trains. The first special gradients printed in plain English.If t

: .about the grounds and Buildings. The ; N :1 disappear when the kid- course for nowhere in the world are lift the city at 1 o'clock, the troops you are an invalid woman and suffer S
II' '- artificial stone walk neys are out of orderor From frequent headache,backache,gnawing ; S 1'
leading out from better cigars manufactured than right being brought to the city late In the
diseased.
distr J in stomach,periodical pains,
I;-. the center of the city to the University Kidney trouble has here in this city just as also are they afternoon on steamers and tugs and disagre&tae, catarrhal pelvic drain, *' J

I had been extended as far as the i become so prevalentthat turned out in greater numbers than in the men given their first liberty Inwn. draggi -/down distress In loner abdomen < : 'f

' = .,' preSent main entrance, from which it is not uncommonfor other ') before boarding their train or pely>'s perhaps dark spots or specks
' ."' a child to be born any place.. dancing before the eyes, faint spells and
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similar walks led to and in front of i\ ?; afflicted with weak kid Cuesta, Rey & Co. whose big factoryis wjJch was their first glimpse of Pensa- kind symptoms caused by ferns le weak- J

Thomas and Backman: halls. The ==- neys. If the child urinates located at the corner of Howard ave- ola during the entire ten days. The ness,outhcr derangement of the feminine

too often, if the organs jW can not do better than take
driveways throughout the grounds had officers are much pleased with the experience
Beach West
nue and street in
Tampa
R urine scalds the flesh /
or if, when the child Dr. Pier a Favorite Prescription.
g been greatly improved. A goodly num-, reaches will this afternoon by obtained by the men, but the h/jfciul
an age when it should be able to ship a package ,surgeon's knife and opera* :
ber of acres at the rear had been clear I control the passage it is yet afflicted with express to Conde de Arnoso, secretaryto latter are not so well pleased with ting to /may be avoided by the timely '

S ed to make a place for the farm to be bed-wetting, depend upon it the cause ofI the king, at Lisbon. This package tLe strict discipline maintained under use of Favorite Prescription" such
I the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first cases. Thereby the obnox'ono examfn-
In connection with the Department of contains eight boxes of cigars twelvein he Dick bill, providing for encampments d'l '
I step should be towards the treatment of tion9 a'n Agriculture and Horticulture. The I these important organs. This unpleasant each box, the boxes in turn placedin as under former encampments, vie ic tan can be avoided and a t. nrr,, Sc toft

'. ,', lawns were beginning to get into I trouble is due to a diseased condition of the a large cedar cabinet, which is en- lad some believe that the encampment arse o s ecess u treatment carried oii
,
,
:( shape. Altogether the grounds showed kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as : this year will cause not toThere's i P MmP avortePrescription"
most people suppose. closed with a covering of celluloid and many is composed ol the very best

the effects of the labor that had been Women as well as men are made mis- the whole packed in an outer box. native medicinal roots known to medical I

( expended upon them during the sum- erable with kidney and bladder trouble, Great care has been taken to ship the No Use science ailments for, contains the cure of no worn alcohol AD'S peculiar and DO fle
and both need the same great remedy. talking, you can't beat Heroine for the
harmful habit-
mer. or forming drugs .
cigars In such that will be
a way they
The mild and the immediate effect of liver. The greatest regulator ever off..red Do not expect too much from "Favorite
Inside the buildings improvementscan Swamp-Root is soon realized. It Is sold preserved in all their original fresh to suffering humanity. If you suffer Prescription: "It will not perform mira-

;' can also be noted. The halls have been by druggists in fifty- ness. from liver complaint, if you are bilious cles ; it will.not disolve or cure tumors. r
cent and dollar and fretful its liver and Herbinewill No medicine will It will do as much to 1
one ,
wainscoted to a height of about five Each of the cigar boxes is of spe- your establish vigorous health in most weak- i
: its condition.
sizes. You may have a put it in proper A
': feet, and above the wainscoting the sample bottle by mail cial design, with double catches for positive cure for constipation, biliousness nesses women and as any ailments medicine peculiarly can. It incident must be to t

; : walls have been plastered in hard free, also pamphlet tell- Home of swamp-Boot the lid, the ends and sides of the box dyspepsia and all ills: due to a torpid given fair chance by perseverance in ita ,

finish. Neat brass numbers and plates' ing all about it. including many of the paneled with gold braid of special deign. liver. Try a bottle and you will never use for a reasonable length. of time.
' thousands of testimonial letters received use anything eh e. Sold by Titusville YOJI r'ln't rf tn ."" p' c: *" I
mark every door. The mess-hall and '..1' from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer The large outer box is of simi-- Pharmacy and Banner Drag Store. trum as a SII s itute for ,hill r ..,l>Iiy."I 1I

: ': chapel have been prettily papered, and & Co. Binghamton. N. Y., be sure and lar design. On the top of the lid to l"k om[)O'ol I IOn.
invited to consult Dr.
women are
f made much more attractive than they mention this paper. each box is a specially designed labelIn Attorney Campbell of DeFuniak Pierce, by letter,free. All correspondence -

were last year. Don't make any mistake but remember green and gold, except for the wordHPedro" Springs who represented the West is guarded as sacredly secret and t
f:-- the name, Swamp-root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Coast Fair Association in the suit womanly confidences are protected bv ,
and the photograph of Pedro
There have been changes in Address Dr. R. V. fi
some Boot and the address Binghampton, N. Y, professional privacy.
1 the faculty. Prof. John M. Scott, of on every bottle. Texeira of Chicago, who is making the brought by R. P. Reese to secure an Pierce Pierce's'Buffalo Pleasant N. Y. Pellets the best ,'

:. gift to the royal gentleman. The photograph injunction against the state to preventthe Dr.
: the experiment station, has been plan laxative and regulator of the bowels. I
'. ed temporarily in charge of the Department secured for several students lucrative is placed under the word payment of the money appropriated They invigorate stomach, liver and 1

I of Agriculture and Horticulture positions that do not interfere with "Pedro" and supplies the surname. The by the last legislature for this and bowel cathartic.One Easy a laxative to take;as two candy.or three ft It

t made vacant by the resignation college duties, and would still consider inside of the cover is similarly decorated the Tampa fairs has been notified that J

of Prof. R. W. Clothier. Dr. Sellards applications for positions from needy 1 with this embossed labeL The la- Judge Palmer, before whom the hear
ing held has sustained the demurrer TAe Most Valuable Sit of Yacht and Bo. 1 r
1 having been appointed State Geologist would-be-students. The latter committee bels were made by the American Lithograph was Banding Bookt ever fttbtAed .

): Us place has been filled by Dr. H. S. has arranged for a large number of Company of New York, and' iLtcrposed, not only on the law t

Davis. The Department of History lectures to be given by the variou. are the only parts of the gift not madein points: involved but on the meritsof RUDDERHOWTO ;;.

and Political Economy, made vacant professors wherever they are Invited. Tampa. The Tampa Box factory the case ts well. BOOKS

by Dr. Thomas's acceptance of a call Several invitations have already been made the boxes, the cabinet and the o A._ ..1. 0 D.X A. Over 3 xo boats have been built from the fines Z

I. to the University: of Arkansas, has received from high schools throughoutthe shipping crate. Bears tlu Have Hirers Br1JyJABipaw. every printed chine m these and books upon-every Successfully sea-Full sailed detail hi It-

been placed in charge of Dr. E. H. state. A, printed list of lecturers The cigars are seven inches long ttJ. how drawing to make of all it-pans Text, showing extremely w simple.>ut it ia and ..u

'r Banks.Of and their subjects can be secured together and are made of the very finest selected el I
HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $90
.. with any other information desired Vuelta Abajo leaf. "No finer -_ W fort ro_rttboat Lurk,tf t.haild.tnmrt all.*_ f'.
the Dr. Davis receivedhis
fu. new men twerp; gaud racing;oat/ere..buy'.bars IUfcnitmm I*. t
by writing to the chairman.Be leaf ever entered a cigar made any }
first degree at the Wesleyan University REASONSFor HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
where," said Mr. Rey this ,morningto IM boat for .ftrno.t. milraff or knorklw .ho t b
Middletown Conn in 1899. .. ... ._.
in.l-a r H. h a. trl.I houI&aIaup oe er
Charitableto a Times representative. "It is simply Buying a High Speed, Ball rot. (all f-aai.iwl pirlaici at rufflpk-tnl boss
." The next year he spent as a graduate
your horses as well as to yourself. You the best that could be obtained. Bearing HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
student of the same University. Leaving Mo.t iwm f.I riiw narbme vrer dvnciMd; a pn*.
need not suffer from pains of any IOr'- The workmanship shows for itself." .ien'r i. A..eta.A.a..d AiMUaIia; ea., W bald,aat .
here he was for a year a "univer your horses need not suffer. Try a bottle "Standard" Rotary Shuttle to wm w.Ik. h
''} 31ty'scholar" at Harvard. After this he of Ballanl's", Snow Liniment. It cures all And it certainly did. Nothing hand- HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
J. M. Roberts Bakersfield Mo. somer in the cigar line could be ima Simple .Kd pv..tw.i.>bowiB., bow to eoutnct a Uud
occupied in turn the following positions pains. ; Sewing Machine has tor OM>itb.., _or_ Nnreni otiwr plajM.
used liniment for
writes "I have
: your ined. HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA
: Instructor in zoology Washing, ten years and find it to be the beat I have be '!l assail rramiu boat. good cabia: ....De. I
Mr. Texeira is of the .
.
one largest Miler nuuLle Ivr ton State College from 1901 to 1904 ever used for man or beast" Sold bv Ti. ONLY ONE REASONFor ;
tusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug wholesale cigar dealers in Chicago. He HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP
:f. assistant professor of zoology in the elrm imle.admg boot,with moderat..rhug..ai
.. Store. is a subject of the king. He wishedto buying any other machine, tta.u..d p1.a. ,
; same institution from 1904 to 1906;
send his monarch a present of some viz.: It is cheaper. But there is HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE: OR SHARPIE -
assistant zoologist in the Washington The State Fair taq to haJ\d;..irrthtnff etr.i Mlaat t* enft far ft kojW
especially fine cigars, and naturally to bekv iti;ua U built.*ry ebetply...l tor loop or eat rig
Station his difference in the
State Experiment during more quality
the entire State satisfaction
-
Throughout turned to Tampa and Cuesta, Rey & HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA
j connection with the college that 1* the than in the price. complete devnption of bow to build a model;aIM err y
Is expressed at .the fact that Co. Carlos I will have good reason to 3t tJuff lard ia..J at__la.PRICE t.,
from 1901 to 1906. The next year he Florida State Fair is to be held in
pleasantly remember the giver, the
-. went as "Thayer Scholar" again to Tampa from February 5th to 22d- The "Standard" ROTARY SHUTTLE $1. EACH .
maker and the great cigar city of the PREPAID .T PHCS "NY NIHC: l
NEVER STOPS when the machine is in
\. Harvard, where at the end of the ses- when the tourist season is at its fullest -
world. operation. Old style shuttles start and BoLitd m cloth-Gold lettennr-Sue of pg r
sion he won his Doctorate.Dr. height-Instead of in November MOP TWICE to each stitch. Just thinkof 9 by U inch: ciearly-drawn plans.

Banks received his A. B. and A. Thousands of tourists will then attend There is no Reason the extra strain and wear that tins THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

It 31. degrees from Emory College, Geor the fair, making the number of visitors why your baby should be thin, and fretful makes! The Standard" Rotary !Shuttle. a MUftNAT STRICT New YORK. U. S. A

r gia. Since then he has studied at from other States five or ten times during the nijjht. Worms are the moves The needle on continuously bar has without two motions a jar. to .;-nJ salor Catalogue of Books for
only
of thin babies It is natural cktimen's$Librar7.ERRYS.
cause sickly
Columbia University and in Germany. ,
larger than that of former fairs. every stitch, whereas the vibrator bar has
that a healthy baby should be fat and
His Ph. D. degree was won at Colum
State fairs held in Tampa for three
sleep well. If your baby does not retain four.No
bia. He has been a Fellow in Economics its heavy balance wheel required to
years past have proved to be grand food, don't experiment with colic
motion the and starts.
at Columbia and has taught ar cures and other medicine but bot- carry over stops
successes in every particular, and especially try a The momentum of each stitch helps
tie of White's Cream Vermifuge and you
Emory College and at the Universityof in attracting homeseekers to make the next
will soon see your baby have color and
Pennsylvania. He has been a con various sections of the state. That of laugh as it should. Sold by Titusville Less noise than any other marhine.
RUNS 73 PER CENT. LIGHTER
tributor on educational and economic Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store.
February will be on an infinitely larger THAN OLD STYLE MACHINES.

; topics to the Methodist Quarterly Ret and grander scale, however. The attendance The fact that it is the most rapid sewing }

view, to the South Atlantic Quarterlyand of homeseekers and prospective There are three scholarships now offered i : machine made H conclusive proof thatit Seeds

to the Annals of the American investors will be much larger. A for training in the kindergarten i is the lightest running, and good evidence h
I it is quiet.It .
of Political Social Science department of the State for very prove their worth at harvest
Academy larger number of counties and individuals College is the most rapid sewer-makes two time. After over fifty cars of

and has published by the Columbia will be represented In the various Women at Tallahassee. The first was motions of the treadle to three of other success,\hey are pronouncedthe

University Press a volume on the departments of exhibition. and tha given by Gov. Broward and his cabinet machines in sewinsfthe: same length olHam. best and surest by careful
It makes 175 stitches while others
the Economics of Land Tenure in horse races and other amusements will which the governor very appropriately make 100. planters everywhere. Your

Georgia.In be of a higher class. The directorsof suggested should be called the Alpha It makes both the two thread lockstitch dealer AaaoVl sells them. 1907 Seed
free .
this connection it might be well the fair will positively allow no attraction Scholarship. This has been awardedto .I. and the single; thread chain stitch.It .FERRY on A: C4K.requestD. Detroit.MkWCO
make the prettiest and most ela.-tic
to add that the Experiment Station of a cheap character on the Miss Etta Freeman of Daytona stitch. -

has all of the old men back, and in addition grounds. Beach. The Floral City Scholarshipis Tensions not changed by change of EXPERIENCE YEARS

has secured the services of Mr General satisfaction has been expressed the result of the generous movementon speed, size of thread, thickness of goods

B. F. Floyd and Mr. John Belling. The at the fact that the directorswill the part of Tallahassee's business nor I length of slitoh,-w hat other machine
ran do as much?
officers of the University and experiment not allow the sale of intoxicating men. The State Federation of Wo Does not break thread when machinei

station remain the same with the liquors on or near the fair groun.ls, men's Club also offer a scholarship :i ran ha'k\\"ar"

exception of the superintendent of all directors being unanimously opposed which has been given to Miss Robin 'I The "Mandar.l": Rotary hail the l"i iise-t[
bobbin of anIwk'otitch machine Holds
grounds, which position is now filled to such sales. The Tampa City Graham of Tampa. There are vet I II 1)0) arils of No bOifrttun, TRADE MARKS

by )lr. A. G. Colclough, and of the Council, which has the legal right to other scholarships which have been \II: The ten -roit is released when takingout DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS etc.

Librarian. The former Librarian Mr. prevent saloons being placed anywhere promised. the goods Anyone vending a ketch and description may
I The shortest nadle! used in l Jock .-MtH quVkly averbun our opinion free whether an
W. S. Cawthon, resigned to accept the near the grounds, stands emphatic-dlr ''I Tntton t5 probably patentable. Communico-
nrachiut-a-therefore l le- liable bend
to
i tone stncttymnsdentiai.! Handbook on Potent*
of the Gainesville High with the directors on this subject Xo "!le. for
principalship > and) skip stit<'he*. sent fr O < t airency eecortiiit patent
I taken through Mann & Co. receive
Patents
School. So far his successor has not ill results have been reported from the : : I Feed motion- all l.eitive-no !'|..nnu :,,-' tptfuu tuAice without churae, in the
I ed-hence machine will feed over ah
the 'n
been appointed. sale of Intoxicants on grounds Scientific American.
hticaY
= thicknesuesof goods and seams withoti
.I The state can congratulate itself former years, but the directors; out of .. "chewing" the- cloth, no matter what A bandnomely Illustrated weeklr lament clreolation ,

upon securing the new men. The faculty deference to the views of thousands if Axle L length of stitch. Ter- four of months any acientifliJournal.,|L Sold bydtaewadeaier.. 1 ems 13"a t

is harmonious, and the work already Flordians-men, women and children > Grease ,, stitch Will machine wear twice as long; as other I xk MUNN & CO,361Broadwa", New York

done gives strength to the belief will under no circumstances countenance Branch O ttce. 35 F tat,WajhlDmon.._C._
LJttt set of atta'htnent* in annaa- .
that the session will beer sue the sale.Enthused Helps the Wagon up J i 'hine.dfaIj1'lin! ;, fastened to the

cessful. over the prospects for I prr-nr bar in place of the fait KILL THE COUCHAND

Of the standing committees, appointed good to Florida. the railroads hue decided -: the Hill Ikst ball bearings titled with ailju-t CURE THE LUNGS
able ronereW!' to tike ui wear.Mit .
by the president those of most to grant low rates from all sections The load seem lyLtcrVa"o3 1 : easily' threaded of any machine

general interest are probably the ones on account of the Fair. They and team wear lonjj-r-*..'-ou I-: i made

designated Self Help and University will do this in spite of the fact that more money,anllave more t::ito -. I' llecan- all sewing: machine compan WITH Dr. King'sNew
are te f.fvm: : to the ..uJ'erionty of tilt"tandanl"
Extension. The former is to help as the granting of such rates win affect male money,when slieclj zi '- IlltarIIIJUle; by brin.,m;

far as possible needy students, and is their tourist business. Many prominentmen greased with1icaAxle | out and offering forale rotary slum I Discovery 1

composed of Professors Benton, Floyd are expected to attend the fair machines These machines they do not

Crow and Davis. The including William Jennings Bryan. GreaseThe attempt to ell, knowing they are def-tt. PBICEKo
/BOUGHS
Hochstrasser,
t ue, owing to ourcontrol of U sic patents; FOR A $100.
of Professors Yo- Governor Hoke Smith of Georgia, Coy WOLDS triii eitujfrliAND
latter is composed longest wearing and cio=t I hut they do use them as an argument
cum, Anderson Farr, Schmidt and ernor Jos. Folk of Missouri, and oth satisfactory lubricant ia the world. ; aj-unst rotary machines in the effort to ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.

Banks. ers. Ercrcounty in Florida should be I STANDARD OIL CO. 1! ell their old style \ibratorI -. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORYOB

The former committee has already represented. Iaa..aarwa I Sold by INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE MONEY REFUNDED.








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THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8. 1907

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THE FLORIDA STAR PROCEEDINGS OF THE GJ: n&L FUND |
.. J. M. Osban county commissioner__$ 800
; 1. R.Mint county comm'rand. mileage.. 12 40 Kidney Disease First Stage '
) En.rred at the jioetoffiee atTitnsvillf as COMMISSIONERSThe R. A. COUNTY ** "
econd-rlas mail matter. T.A. Robin on, 1100 1 1THE
* fo T.J.Cockshatt 880

A. A.8t wart. accountant________ 30.00J. Promptly Relieved By Pe=ru=na.
Itillla *. Wager r.dltor.Dd Publisher. P. Brown waiting on board.___ 4 00
Brevard commissionersmet
county \L. A. Stewart, minutes fur publication :5 00
," PUBLfSHEI' EVERY FRIDAY HORNING at the court house in Titusville V. H. Hall com on assessment rolL 775 78V. first stage of Bright' DiJ.

f Nov. 4, 1907at2:00p. m. Present, .Norwood, registration officer__ 15 00 of the kidneys Ii known j
J. P. Brown ____________
;janitor 5 00
I To Test the New State Law R. A. Conkling, chairman; J. M. Os- J.P. Brown care of courthouse ground 30 00 a* the catarrhal sUge.

The first arrest to be made under ban, T. A. Robinson and T.J. Cock- John Atk.nson. wood for jail_______. 700J. % ". Catarrh of the mucous membrane
j| shutt and J. R. Miot, with A. A. K. walker& Co., rods for jail____ 250 : 20 lining the kidneys ia the first act ofa 1
,; \f the new law passed by the last legislature Stewart clerk; J.: P. Brown, sheriff. E. (. 1.& S. Co. rock lime for jaiL___ 1 -I') flhII drama that often ends aa a J
] the soliciting or The minutes of the last E. L. Brady <& Bro.mdse for jail...-. 100 } o j
r t' prohibiting meeting E. W Dunn cook for county home-_ 1000 tragedy.To .
shipping of liquors into a prohibition i of the board were read and approved.The H. W. Holmes medicine ** 1 50 stop the catarrh la to head an i

made in Pensacola last treasurer's report was received J. R. Walker& Co.,mdse county borne 4 31 f the disease.
county was J. P. Brown witnesses__ 23 N)
and checked and summoning be relieved
up paid warrants If Bright Di!'ea ecan ..1
K' Friday Nov. 1st when N. Goldring J.' P. Brown, jury!________ 6.19,1
<; destroyed.John 1. P. Brown waitinz:on court etc.____ 2*00 during the catarrhal stale all will
.i a wholesale dealer was taken into Henry is authorized to pur- G B Johnson bailiff circuit! court.__ 12 50 be well. J

custody by the sheriff upon a war- chase necessary statement blanks fortreasurer's los. Willis, bailiff __________________ 625 Pernna has achieved a repatatf
A. A. ,
:Stewart cert
making copies.310
rant from Holmes county, which office.T. It Bowler. ferry uao______________ 5 WV UU 111Th for mitigating catarrh of tee in .
him with soliciting businessin J. Cockshutt is appointed a A. Stewart, report of tax redempt'n 140 ;..;. ternal organs.
charged committee to confer with the Advocate A. A Stewart, rec statun't(convict hire 1 10 a This explains why Peruna has
that county. State Solicitor J. relative to bill for publishing F. M Taylor stamped envelopes_____ 11 O-: Vi been Used with so much success
:
Julius K ine. i> dan county home ____. 321 + i
Walter Kehoe who recently stated statement of moneys received from -1 L. Brad v& Rro. mdse county home 1O>O7v. 5V in Uidnpvdi M>ise8.

that he intended prosecuting parties hire of convicts. .. .. J .Dunham. ,salary and caps October 50 K 3 :- .. ..
Moved and boardof \an 1. wo lev. deputy sheriff.-.8 50 j
carried
that the .. -
: for soliciting business in the "dry"counties Fred B Wright:; huH 9 00 ,
county commissioners, as a body,
** "
Ii. Johnson
9011
in violation of
of the state ou.u
go to Jacksonville where the oil A. A. Stewart. sched warrants for treas 300
it the new act of legislature, caused roads are being constructed, for the Titusville Elec. Lxt. Co.. lights---__- 2100

the warrant to be sworn out, the purpose of investigating methodof ROAD FCND

matter having been brought to his making roads. J. R. Carter, view'g, laying.. out. road 200
Moved and carried that the D.:St.C.>isbet, ** M u 2 00
request -
I attention. Mr. Goldring gave bond of state in ROAD WORK DIsT fO 1.
our attorney, regardto
f in the sum of $1,000 for his appearance a room being furnished in the R.R.Chaudoin, road work.ins.bridges 5 ;50 JAS. POWELL

k before the next session of the court house for his use, be granted. ROAD FUND DIST. >O. 2.
Communication from C. G. Red- John H.Sams. nadwork-________ 750 Catarrh of the Bladder I IIr.
+ circuit court in Holmes county. X. M. Fibb ____________ 1560XV. ; :\ James }f. Powell,431 Kensington
The statement of the state solicitor stone was received and the same will .K. JseUers, -----______ 150
have attention. I street, Kansas City, Mo., writes

and the fact that one arrest had Clerk's report of tax redemptionsand E.C. L. & S.ROAD('.0.. FUND lumber DIST.-----NO.--3--.___ 393 "About four years ago I suffered witha

already been made, will probablyput purchases for month of Oct. was ROAD FCVD DlSf. NO 1. revere catarrh ot the bladder which

a stop to the shipment of liquors received. E. Jeoffert, hauling repairingbridge_ 325 caused continued irritation and pain.I .

A from that city to counties in the Report of J. 0. Simmons, cattle A S Dixon 7 cords of rock__________ 700A. was miserable, and could not stand
inspector at Eau Gallie, of cattle Z. Dixon. rock__________________ 575 up or walk for any length of time with
state where liquors are not sold I butchered Eau Gallie Mrs Co B. Magruder, rotk__..________ 1100X out extreme weariness and pain.
the at during the M. (Fish road.. work______________ 200 "I began taking Peruna and it greatly
.4 especially as penalty provided month of Oct. was received. C. H. HIbbs, ___u________ 11200 relieved me, and in eleven weeks 1 was i
:. is the same as the license provided Report of clerk of the circuit Jas. Sims, ** ** _________-- 74 37
cured and felt like
a new
____________ completely
Julius
court of fines and forfeitures Reeves, 1800XX F.lOTHAMERgS
iri the county in which the partyis duringthe man." WILLIAM
: m. Davis, _.________-_ 2700
doing business. month of Oct. was received. Horace Jones, __________u_ 7 50 Kidneys and Liver Affected.Mrs. .
Report of county judge of fines Arthur Hall ____________ 450 Mr William F Lothamer. former
The new law puts an effectual and forfeitures during the month of Edward Williams __________h 2250 Carrie King,730: North Cascade, president the Boss Barbers' I neon a
stop to the wholesale business being October was received. Frank Johnson ** ____________ 750 Colorado Springs,CoL,writes: noted politician and at one time chairman -
Richard Dykes ___________ 2100
"Peruna has been favorite and
r done in Pensacola and the few other Reports of Justices of the Peace I Daniel. Robertson. ______.______ 21 00 my of the Democratic State Central
Chas. H. Nauman, J. M. Sanders, Frank Wiggins., .' ____un__ 900 only household remedy for nearly five Committee,writes from 19uo bouth lib
I counties where liquor is not sold, John E. Reed, Chas. T. McBride Wm. Robertson, ____________ 750 years. I have suffered for years with Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.:
and as over two-thirds of the,counties Thad Johnson __________u 750 biliousness, and kidney and liver
Wm. R. Roesch and L. K. Myers of Henry:Spikes, ** ________u___ 450 trouble. If I caught a little cold, the "For years I suffered with te**-
of the state are "dry, those fines and forfeitures during the Louis Bowen. "" _n__________ 4 50 pains were increased,and backache and disease of the kidneys. I would hate
desiring liquor in those counties month of October, were received. John Jolly, _____u______ 300Louis headache were of frequent occurrence. pains all over my body, and at tnn.*
Hinton _____ ___ 150G. have such dizziness in head thai I
Bonds for Un I my
should be compelled to have it ship- carrying repeating .Stab, lumber for bridge__________ 200 i "However,Peruaa cured me-twelve could not nee nor work.
rifles were approved and permits bottles made and
me a new healthy
ped from Alabama or other states or were issued to B. A. Norwood T. S. GAME:' WARDEN FCND. woman. For three years 1 have enjoyedthe "Nights I would often be awake With

do without.If Sanders and Harry W. Christian. J P Brown salary as game warden, 31.00 best of health. I keep Peruna constantly pain so I could get no re t. I sped

this law is decided adversely to Bonds for carrying pistols were FINK AND FOBFUTIBK FUND. in my home,if my husband or I hundreds of dollars on doctors and
R. A. warden :
1250
the "wet" cities it will put a stop to approved and permits issued to T. : The Florida Conkling Star deputy prt'g posUls game sheriff 4 50 catch cold or feel indisposed,a few dosesof drugs, and had ceased to have faith in

the goods that into "dry"counties S. Sanders, J. H. Reddick, and L. J. N WallerObtaI cards_____________ 950 Peruna never fall to restore us." I either.
come Mathers. John W. Reed, cnm.- pros... J..P. court.0 320J. Mr. M. T. Gaffney, Corpus Christi, "My druggist told me one day of the
every day from such places Tax collector's report of poll taxes J.M.C.Gibert Sanders, .. 2S40 738 Texas,writes: praise his customers gave to Peruna

... as Jacksonville Tampa, etc., and collected for the year 1906 duringthe Asbury Walton, 140J. "I can certify to the truthfulness of and advised me to try it, offering to re-

incidentally it will affect the advertising month of October amounting to .Henry Walton, .". "" ." .*.* 140J. Peruna as a catarrh cure and am rec- turn my money if it did not help me.

of those too whose $4.00, was received and checked up P. Brown. .. .. 0' 73 10 ommending it to every one. I am practically I purchased a few bottles. I kept zettiag::
papers with the tax collector's stubs and C.. T. )Ic BritJey"" .. .. .. 128J. well of the catarrh in my nose, better. The medicine did its work,
P. Brown 615.5Wm
chief display is whiskey and booze found correct. R. Roesch, .. 3 9t> throat cud Lead." and in four month 1 wa a well man."
.
house advertisements. Tax collector's report of licenses Tb06.Hodges .*. -.. 260 --.-. .- -
"
THE STAR has recognized that collected from Oct. 1st to Oct. 15th John XX' Heed 140
Leon Adams contable--________ 110
Brevard went "dry" by a majorityof 1907, amounting to $9.00 for the J. P.Brown, furnishing testimony.5000 If want sweet musicin
state and $4.50 for the county was J. P. Brown com on fines etc._-..-__ Itt2ti you
nearly if not quite 2 to 1 and we
received. J. P. Brown feeding prioneNu_____ b7 60

have refused the advertisements of Tax collector's report of licenses On motion the board adjournedto

whiskey houses-none of them will collected during the month of Oct., meet again on the first Mondayin home buy a

y t r be found in our columns; and we be- from the 1st, to the 15th, 1907, December at 2 p. m. your

lieve the good people of Brevard will amounting to $654.00 for the state
and 331.50 for the county, was re Letter to E. Vessey Hall
give both their moral and substantial ceived.

r support to a paper that tries to Tax collector's report of licenses Titusville, Fla., FARRAND ORGANSold
Dear .ir Todd & Downing, contractors
uphold their hands in this matter collected during the month of Oct.. and builders: Morgan City. La, have painted

and believes in the enforcement of from the 15th to the 31st 1907 Devoe for 3 or 4 years. They say it takes
amounting to $173.00 for the state lets gallons Deoe than of any other paint
our statute laws. they have used. That means that a job fasts
:::"" '. and ceived.$10.1.00 for the county was re an less well.with De\oe: not only for paint, for labor by Indian River Music House .

State Pension Law Denounced I The tax assessment books for the paint nothing else, Devoe exclusive-

1 Major Gen. W. H. Jewell, the re- year 1907 were examined and ap lyThey TITUSVILLE FLA.
Th y have said nothing about the comparative
tiring commander of the Florida proved.E. wear of Devoe and others, oven.itht.DlAy ,
A. Stephenson was recommended J for that. But Devoristhe
.. *;perhaps too soon -
division U. C. V., denounced the
for appointment as cattle and strongest paint; that's why leant "
.
Florida state pension law strongly beef for district IMO. b gallons; best wear same rea-son Least <"lbt< f'6"0"C' ;VIT.r"f"nYC'"rT"'r't"rrtyrr "
f inspector u. ..>. ..
: .r +
and longest time between JOK> +
:
.
rr in his annual address at the recent Melbourne. Yours trnlr r--

convention of the veterans at Pen- Report of J. R. Carter, D. St. 49 F W. DEYOE& (o. -----1
Clair Nisbet and N. M. Fish, mark- :*. S. Ja.. Pntihard & Sun bill our paint. i
,
"l sacola. SCHOOLBOOKS
ing, viewing and laying out a public i
: Another effort is being made by the
He said that more than 50 per cent road at Merritt, was received and on l lt1

:> of the pensioners under this law are motion the same will be declared a ouns men of Pensacola to organize

i6>:: : men of wealth who do not need the public road at the December meeting :company of the Florida State Troops. 1 l
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i". : money. Furthermore, while if it there being no protest. How's This? .
Ordered that the superintendentsof
: were given only to the Confederate roads go through their respective We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for

:. soldier.or sailor, "to those men who districts and obtain a list of all Arsons any all's raw Catarrh of catarrh Cure.F that cannot be cured by t.I AND [

::;t t made immortal the name and fame who are subject to road duty J. ('HKXt\ & ('0_ Props..Tolwlo. OWe SUPPLIES

. :. of the Southern Confederacy," the and report to the board at their the undersigned have known F.J. CbeIHV -
meeting in December. for the last 15 years and believe him per r
; be mark vitally honorable in all business transactioniml
pension might regarded as a !
4s' In the matter of purchasing a let- tuci-illy; able to out obli E
carry any di tl
J?; of honorable distinction. It was absurd ter type writer for u e in the clerk's! i flnllSnladnby their firm Wholesale and Retail l

: "to consider: it as such when it office as per recommendation of the I WEST &TECA

il.:' was given alo to "men who, however grand jury, the board refuses to Wholesale W',\ .Dniggi-U.Kl\N\N &Toledo M\K\IN(>hio.LDIN f1 Mail Orders Promptly Filled [13

t. brave, however noble in spirit, furnish such type writer. Wholesale Drll_ i..ts. Toledo. Ohio
r
Warrants were ordered drawn aggregating Hi I 'atarrh ("url'i taken inUinally.
.'\ : however willing and loyal to the the following amounts on ins lintlv UJIID the Mall iiid mucous siir -1 1 THEM.&W.BDREWCO. l
f.tt'I'S of the svst<'m. Price. "V; per bottle
. south and to the state yet never, the various funds: Sold by all drujrsists. Testimonials free

t. the most of them, saw a battle ort -- --- -. -.--- Halls Family Pills are the best 4JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I

met a foe or marched and starved My Best Friend O.0. & -' O .Til A.. ..
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; ; and fought through all the bitter \It'xIIIt'f) Benton \\hi live:; on KtiriiKout : Bears the The Ksa Yin Ma'ie swa rs 8at:!d8ignrre ...:-..: .. ..J..:...}..:. }-.;'- .-'...-.:.... ,.)......!.... wj.X,4j..J...)....... .,,.):.;...J-__' :...)__ ., ,
'- :years of war. .- 1. I-"rt (-.1or.1. \ Y. sits: "'I>r. .
c::: Members of state troops or home Kill: \.-\\ I- he had found friend It mivil uif <.f asthma six tears
guards, constitute
. *.:a, It has al ... |pref'riw.i l a wonlerfulnrf cfBOBBINS
I about 60 per cent of the new appli- ,
= cations already 2,400 in number.He >f IIwipit'lit "i'I1"'ll1l1l'li.n for niH \
" IS IT
II' wiftTlu
tip-l butt!I.- en-led the FAIR?
calculated, after investigation, t':!in hIt> owigli, and tIlls jccwnplixhed.
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that approximately $120,000 will be GRAHAM
; the other sim>tnm& Mt one Ity one, untilhewa
" required to pay off the pension rolls !; |>erfe' tU well. Dr. Knur's CO.,

f. up to September 30; about $500,000 New Divmerjpower. over coughs and To expect your local merchants to earn a full st.k i.f gmnL
" up to December 31; about $600,000 colds i io 5'iiply mar\elons" No other. (Incorporated. Paid ip Capital fZ5..000.00.; and be prepared to sell you a few pounds of flour, a necktie or a
: in the first quarter of 1908. rempil hi ever equaled it. Fully guaranteed This company owns landsin few pieces of lumber for your conveniences, and then henou
hv Titn 'nlle and
r', 1, One by one, the remonstrations of Dniz Store !SOc and Pharmacy:M.00. Trial Banner bottle! the Indian Hirer Country want a barrel of flour, a suit of clothes or a carload of lumber to
;;; the real Confederate veterans, those free. ,on the St Lncie River, send off for it?

J. ,. who fought and suffered, and many ---.- at"New River, and on Biscayne -

.....: of whom still suffer, from the privations "Sn iff red day and night the torment of Bay. When your town needs help, or a subscription for charity is

( and wounds endured in front- itching piles. Nothing helped me until I usedDoan's PRICES TO SUIT TilE TIMES wanted, do you send to those merchants away from home and

,:.' ing the Federal forces in the 60's, Ointment. It cured me permanent Send for land list. ask for it? If not WHY? Suppose you do pay slightly more

!I- are being heard against this purely I ly."-Hon.Johu R. Barrett. Mayor, Girard. OFFICES for your goods at home you get it back. Your loyal merchant
!' political measure. Times-Union. i Ala TITUSVILLE AND MIIMI. helps pay taxes and aids in every local cause.


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* ;,.:Convincing Article Against Road HARDWAREL { \

5f f.. '' /*. Engines. For Florida iMce of Holed Authority, Also Gilts -
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.:t.i" '-. Jai E. Andrews in the Fort Pierce News. Falling ,
a Simple Home PrescriptionNow
i*; *-v .: ,It is not. necessary to have roads
, :.;\, ::/that will support from fifteen to is the.time when the doctor gets ;

.'';'' "!);:r. thirty tons. They will cost us too I l Thus cried the hair. And a busy, and the patent medicine manufacturer Jas. Pritchard & Son .- !
V much, bear this in mind, that this : reap the harvest, unless great
::' '..v.vcounty, if it builds its roads with kind neighbor came to the rescue care is taken to dress warmly and keep .
the feet dry. This is the advice of an Handle the Finest Lines of
t"j k ; this traction engine, will have to with a bottle of Ayer's old eminent who that ,

.:4.i. .. .J build all of its ,roads and bridges, Hair Vigor. The hair was rheumatism and authority kidney, trouble says weatheris A c
f" ... not for the purpose of the necessities here, and also tells what to do in case Heavy and Shelf HardwareOur
i*,, of the people but for this 15 toni saved! This was 'because of an attack. 4'I

fr. monster. They will have to triple Ayer's Hair Vigor is a regular Get from any good prescription pharmacy

.: i' the depth of the road material in order hair medicine. Falling hair is one-half ounce FlnidExtract Dandelion -
1'' to get the supporting strength ;one ounce Compound Kargon three Stock of
5- else it will tear the road up, the caused by a germ, and this ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla.

?-": same logic applies to the bridges else medicine completely destroys teaspoonful Mix by shaking after meals in a bottle and at bedtime.and take a Guns and Sporting Goodsis 1

r ., it will break them down. Remember these germs. Then the healthy Jnst try this pimple home-made mix. i
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i Mr. Neal said it would take three hair. tare at the first @itD of rheumatism, or if complete at all times
rich
healthy
K-. layers'of this rock to make a good scalp gives your back aches or you feel that the kidneys -
x road for this engine in this sand, we The best kind of a testimonialSold -" I are not acting just right., This issaid
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;;... saw it tear up two layers at Oslo. for over sixty years. to be a splendid kidney regulator,
t. Now let us see what the cost of such b7 i.C.Ay-t't-o-x.ow.tI. !*SL and almost certain remedy for all formsof
|f'a road will be and will take the ".0 manu.a 9 ;u'n o r rheumatism, which is canned by unc Paints and Oils of Qualityone
* A SARSIPAKOLA. acid in the blood, which the kidneysfail 4
of the advocates of this
figures
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PILLS. .
to filter out. Anyone can easily prepare -
chinery. They say the cost will be CHEWY PECTORAL. I this at home and at small cost of our Specialtiesi
: $35 per day. That it will build 160 Druggists in this town and' vicinity.

, feet per day, 33 days to the mile, when shown the prescription, stated that
that is for six inches of rock in depthor I they can either supply these ingredients
flat woods two layers may be suf- if readers will Quotations for large or small orders will
one layer of rock as spread by or, our prefer, they com-
t: the cars, this would make a mile oft I ficient one-third.and)that There will is no reduce doubt the in cost my pound the mixture for them. be given personal attention. Mail Orders

. road cost $1,155; now this is the mind that if we could afford it, wait solicited and promptly filled 1
Road
. theory. Where there is sand, which long enough for it to let this engine Engines ImpracticableTo
- is aboutseven-eighths of the ridge or build our roads that we would have the Tax Payers of Brevard County: TITUSVILLE FLORIDA

: river road it will take three layersof fine roads here in the course of fiftyor It seems impracticable and out of y

rock which means three times a hundred years but the crying the question for Brevard county to

r that, or $3,465 per !mile: and at this need now is for a road like the one purchase road machinery. Then the WNM +WN.amWNMWHMIMI1J i
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rate it would build three and one- at Oslo)that the engine crushed out machine will not do what is claimedfor "
sixth miles of road in a year and this of sight, one that we can haul a load I it by its agent, as has been wit- ---Treasurer's- -- -StatementNov. ---- ---- -- 4

based Ion an average haul of four .of two or three tons on and that !. nessed by Commissioner J. R. Miot.I EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
miles from the rock quarry. lam right away and that sort of a road secured the majority of qualified let: 15W7. 1

afraid when it has to haul rock down can be built for from twenty-five totwentyeight voters and tax: payers signing a peti- Balance cash on band Oct. 1. 1907.{19,955.89 G.F.D11BE1f.Agent, 1
: to Walton Eden and Jensen we hundred dollars Amount received in Oct. 19071,493.39
per tion for the levy of a special 5-mill

;: would be figuring how many feet it mile by good old mule teams and tax for road purposes in district No. Total--_________$ 21.419.27 /E1i\ Florida and
t: would build in a year. All practical possibly less on a large contract on 5, but when a petition was circulated Less warrants paid in Oct, 1907 and _
Ii men will agree with me, when they the voting of bonds, but we will haveto later for an additional 2-mill tax in warrants delivered to county com \

4 stop and consider will in, that building this the fifteen first keep that fifteen ton monster off said district No. 5 for the purchaseof Stractiou missioners__and--___board___.__of___public______in$ 1,61.5.TlBalance ; I Western
ton engine them when we get them else our road machinery it was at once I ",
c mile of road pass over the beginning contract roads will go out of sight turned down by our district.I cash on hand Nov., 1907_ $19,8335The }
: 440 times the second mile the first like the Oslo road and we will not am opposed to purchasing said above amount is held as follows: t ) Meats
. 880 times, the fourth mile it will have roads ThereforeI cL
any any more. road machinery and think that I am :
:.:....._ have passed over the first 1,760 times say a road for the necessity of the justified in saying that the majorityin Deposited bank as per in cashier's Indian certificate River State at of all Kinds "
:" and so on up; that it will have to county and not for a fifteen ton our district are opposed to it by tached to monthly statement and

have a firm foundation and that Mr. I I engine which with the 6 cars attached their unwillingness to sign the peti- cash in safe.--____________--.___$19,83355: 1
, .Neal was right when he said would. to her with her powerful engines tion for a special 2-mill tax. Balances belonging to each fund are as TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA jI
t; take three layers of material. Do working means at least 30 ton strainon No one citizen of Brevard is more follows: 1

not think that three layers of 6 inches the road bed. The county com- willing to assist or is more enthusiastic County revenue,general rund.f2.0.u.S7 TIME IS MONEY
...: is firm rock, because it is not missioners selected by the voters of over good roads than myself butI .. road and bridge .. nU 7,270.56
that would mean 18 inches of rock ** ______ 12.52
this county, as their representives do not approve of an outlay of building 4
it is the material as it comes from for this fine and forfeiture ______ 3,41962sp'l
after making contract machine in r
$10,000 machinery.
or more r'd f d.Dist 1__________ 19.02
and marl mixed
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the crusher rock having it brought here tryingit Only those who have used and .. 2___________ 1.00897
e and when this engine goes over it for a month or six weeks findingit owned machines know the after 'ex- .". .-. .M. 3.__________ 3.23021 t.
downin ___.
the first layer all disappears and it back 1 1H-2K7
a failure turning on of keeping one in repair.A .
the sand the second layer looks pense game warden fund:-==-==..... 1,415.31;
the hands of its makers agents as a friend of mine purchased an automobile of deceased
like the beginning and the third failure that agent a admitting thatit and after using it a few property fund_____ ______persons_______ 16,1'2
makes the road. About' two years was a failure and freely offeringto years I asked him how he liked it. school fund (general)------ 869 4
ago there was piece of good rock take it back allow themselves He said "all right." "How much did special tax school disc ______ W 34
road built at Oslo and the people .against their business judgment, it cost :you?" "$3,500" he said. "How Special School Fund "C" State aid.. 63.75

there had used it for two years and (as expressed by turning it back much has it cost you since?" "Everyd Total119,83355 ;
considered it a fine road. Mr. Hel- again) to be influenced into buyingit cent I've made." Respectfully submitted.
seth told me that the first time this by eloquent speeches of dome'of So it may be with our road making JOHN HEXBY. County Treasurer
engine went over it that it crushed the most practical and successfulmen machinery.I .
:' it out of sight in the sand and you in the county representingabout would suggest that each county Wonderful Eczema Cure y

would not know that it had ever one-120th part of the peopleof co missioner purchase a good mule "Onr little boy had eczema for five This in just as true in regard to Sewing
been there. In none of the estimatesI the county. Then I say take ij$ to and dump cart for their respective years," rites N. A. Adam, Henrietta, Machines as anything else. f

, .. have heard has a icy one allowed the most public part of the county y districts and hire a good man by the Pa. "Two of our home doctors said the By using Long Shuttle Machines, DO matter
.S..:_. for repairs etc. It is safe and fair there let her stand as a monument; month or year and have him haul case was hopeless| his lungs being affected how well made,you are actually throwing
c to estimate that this would amountto like her mate in Hillsborougjw untyl l marl, rock, shell or clay or whatever We then employed other doctor, away 3 hog is out of every seven.
ten cent of the original cost her be red 1 aafl I but no benefit resulted.: By chance we!
Let
per painted w material close at hand. At the end TilE STANDARD ROTARY SHUTTLE
per year which would make it about blue and over her a sign\-ijn of a year we would have better roads read and about Electric noticed Bitters improvement; bought a bottle We SEWING MACHINE

$90 per month or $3 per day in addi- Wisdom You Are Here *... 1,"- than one would imagine. Its not the continued soon this medicine until several Will make 350 stitches in the same time Long
tion to the $35; then again there and with it six thousand "\terna >e- big man that does the most work nor bottles were used, when our boy was Shuttle Machines make only 200.
would be loss of time from break sides the fifteen hundreugue, -wwo an engine that makes the most fuss; completely cure,," Best of all MII odmedicines The Standard Rotary Principal is most sci- r
ntifically correct which fact has bet
downs repairs, bad weather etc., thousand that have already is.'to but the man and the mule will in the and body building health by 25 years of successful use in all parts n proven of the
; which would cut down the actual ashes in experimenting.ace long run for the same amount of tonics. Guaranteed at Titn.vile! Pharmacy world and by our competitors continuously
:. working time fully one-fifth and I am quite sure if we drop t* Ax)y money show up more work in the and Banner Drug Store .">Oc. Irving to copy it without success. THE'T.Xn.RD
i while the laborer might be laid off crusher- build couple of .utes RAND ROTARY, THE
a country where we have ample material WORLD'S BEST SEWING MACHINE is two
the skilled labor would have to be more to load cars in, the roCk-can 'I at hand than machinery ever can. A healthy man is a king in his"l"e.own right Bur-: machines in one-Lock and Chain Stitch-
paid, else it would be hard to get be mined and put aboard cars for P. W. ROBERTS. an dock unhealthy Blood Bitters man is builds an unhappy sound health- Hall! Bearing Stand-Straight Automatic Lift.
r efficient it would only be safe cubic The avl3- up no[ not fail to investigate the merits of the
men, yard.
50 cents per age Mims, Fla., Nov. 5th, 1907. keeps you welLo. Fattest Most Silent Easiest Running and the
.. then to figure cost by allowing about freight in and over the county is -- --- most durable Sewing Machine made. THE
:. $2 per day for t1->k Then you will about 50 cents per cubic yard. A Biliousness and ConstipationFor STAND.tRUROTARY. "A demonstration is
: find in the estimates of the advocates road ten feet wide with rock seven A. STEWART a revelation." Write for prices and Easy Payment
that their allow- years I was troubled with i bilious Plan. Uuarai teed Sewing Machines
[ of this machinery inches thick, a little thicker than
ne-9: and constipation which made life $12.00 up.
, ance for mining and crushing of the the rock on the streets of Fort miserable for me. Mv appetite failed: FIRE The Standard Sewing Machine Co., )
k rock is but 43 cents per cubic yard, Pierce would take 1,100 cubic yardsto me. I loot! mv meal font and vitality. 58 S. Broad St., Atlanta, ia.
f. I while the actual cost is considerablyover the mile. Then allow $300 to the R'p!'in preparation and catharticonly The Standard Sewing Machineis
over $1 per cubic yard. This means mile for incidentals and you will find made matter" wor.e, I do net know where Insurance sold by the Indian River
t' an additional cost of $500 per mile with mule teams we can build a road I should have been today had 1 not tried Music House, Titusville

to their figures. such as our necessities reQuires for Chamberlain's Stomach and I.iterTab. ._
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Their first proposition was to run $2,500 per mile or less and get it lets. The tablet relieve the ill feeliirj TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI

the engine out on the sand on lum- as fast as we get the money to buildit at once.strengtl.en; the digestsefuwtion: ?, -)
helping the system to do its work naturalIv a Pleasant
ber. It made kindling wood out of with. -Mi. :> IIt >I'OTTH, Hirmiictiam.: Ala. represent some of the leading Spend
.I it. They now propose to run the These tablets are fur ale by TittmtllePtiarinac companies of the world and any alf Hour
engine out and make a stationary Weather Report } and tanner l)mi; Store. business entrusted to me will receive -
out of it by using a cable. and careful attention
. engine Summary for Oct. by Rev.Jas. H. --- prompt
' Have we any assurance that this White U. S. observer. The bond for the stt'anU'r1'0:10

if will work? None whatever; just a Highest temperature on the Sth 88.0 which wa.s wrecked off Marquesas!

;t theory that came up while the engine Lowest temperature on the 29th 57.0Mean Ke>& was fixed at $;1).0110 and was eecuterl \.
wood of
t. was making kindling for month 71.6
temperature bj the United States Fidelity
What if it does
their former theory.
I: work, there is loss of lots of time in Average mean for 26 years 75.1 and Guaranty Co., ot Baltimore
for 26 1882 79.0
then Highest mean years through their local agent Chas. II
hour machinery,
the $4 per Lowest mean for 26 years in Sfc9 72.7
! they will have to keep a team of Rainfall in inches 1.84 Ketchum. This is the largest bond ever 1

mules there to shift those cars out for 30 5.6S issued for a salvage case in this look!.. .r. the HENRY BOSCH COMPANY -
Average years
;,' of the way so they can dump the Greatest for 30 years in 1899 21.88 city.-Key West Citizen. Say.la.1f Hive will be as bill a Oe as your ewm .WALL! -iittiac PAPER comfortably umpto; IB at jour your
that is $5 day more or Yes my child it you don't use
next one, per
;! Least for 30 in 1901 .82 eu7 ehakt You ran mail a bettw Mlcelio
3x33 days, 99x5 $495 per mile more, Prevailing wind years direction N E Always Was Sick MAGIC WHITE SOAP. tkat way; thus by raBuckiac the ton...
all for a1 theory and I make the pre- Rub Magic on soiled parts, leate them hi Y.. tho wWoU lui_tk. very latest
Number of clear days 25 \Vi.en lie always w a'sick--
a man says de th. loveliest tints and nchcut 7
the cost of this ma- water one hour. No bod.ngnovashboardcno ; >icns
diction, figuring Number of fair days 5 troubled with a rough that la..tt'd all winter backache. If you use MAGIC WHITE color affects including imported patten.
! chinery, that there never will be ten Number of cloudy days 1 -..-what would you think if he ...b?uld Ol.1:1 iron easy as magic:has no rosin Everything seed ia wan papers ia the
miles of road built in this county of with rain 7 say-he never was sick since niny; Ital.lard's like in yellow oap. Get your grocer to orderor Botch lines
Number days send us U(O for 1 box of lou J-c cake& h
and if there is Horehound Such It's conooiy.. tot-yon get the lowest
with this machinery Syrup. a man
We for lrei/bu Sate the
Number of days with thunder 6 pay wrappers N..TVk-Cakato prica.
r that it will cost the taxpayers not Island Home:Merritt's Island Fla. exists. MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld Will tail with Bosch Sample
less than $5,000 per mile (I make Mr. J. C. Clark, Denver, Colorado, any; hour sos name. Look
I troubled witha New Orleans La. them our to your heart'eooteot -
this in theDon't writes: "For years was
possibly
to ,.
one exception t tk l Mt obbratM to
A Narrow EscapeG. severe mush; that would Ia-t all winter. If* our way of Wyer-

.i Pay Alimony W. Clojd, a merchant, of Prank, dition.This cough I tried left Ballard me in* Horehound a miserable Syrup con HANDY MOTH PAPERA I as. tk.3.srk W..u hpen

to bedivorced from your appendix. There Mo, had a narrow escape four year aim, and hAnot had a sick day since That'swhat
will be no occasion tor it if you keep when he ran junson bur into his thumb. it did for me." Sold Titusville moth destroyer and disinfectant. Plated V. W. ELDRED
with Dr. King'sblew lie save:"The doctor wanted to amputate
your bowela regular I Pharmacy and Banner Drug S'tore under carpet or in the folds of fur and clothing -
.' Life Pills. Their action is so gentle i it but I would not consent. I bought a it drives away moths and worry Twelve
that the appendix never has cause to box of Bucklen'9 Arnica Salve and that. Harsh physics react weaken the bowel, sheets in a packet carriage prepaid 10 centxMadigvn The Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator
make the least complaint. Guaranteed cured the dangerous wound" 25c at Titus cause chronic constipation. Duan's Regulets Six lllfoCkets 50 cent,if drurgist doesn't haiL !
J, bv Tituaville Pharmacy and Banner Drug ville Pharmacy and Banner Drug operate easily, tone the stomach cure consti Powder Work,Selection 846 t I! TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
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STATE EDUCATIONAL ASSPdVTION tension Is reported to be progressing I

v t TO MEET BEST FOR THEBOWELS better than ever before and the next I I

: few months will show a marked advancement -

"" Next December-Change Was IVUde of it. 1ea1 Mdrine .

.. S Because Marianna Could Not Ac- If yon Daren't regular healthy moreinent! of the
x }weU every day,yoa'wlU or will be. Keep root
commodate the Visitors. newels open,and be welL Force,in tie shape of
violent physic: or pill poison is dangerous. The S Engines
smoothest easiest,most perfect way of keeping I MISCELLANEOUSMills I
The next annual meeting of the Florida the bowels cleat and clean is to take

Educational Association will beheld CANDYCATHARTIC

at St. Petersburg, instead of Ma Hotel No. 3 Opened. ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT.

rianna. On account of delay in com : The third of a series of hotels de- G
signed to comfortable ED FOR SATISFACTORY .
pletion of public school building at provide lodgingsand ;
wholesome food at moderate USE IN.FLORIDAWATERS 4
Marianna, the citizens of that city ask l ra=
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prices has recently been opened at the ------------- (
ed to be relieved from entertaining
S of '
corner
Thirty-s'xth street and
S 1 the association this year, and will ask Seventh avenue. New York city by D. Regal Marine Engines

i : ';t that they be allowed that privilege a O. Mills the wealthy New York business -
Stand for the highest
later. The executive committee man. This hotel is provided with type of
year EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY n> i'kanical skill] and leliabihty
J ,of the State Educational Association & Palatable. Potent.! Taste Good, Do -all the up to date devices of the modern Tlwy are four cycle: jump r
Good. Never Sici ti.Weaken or Gripe;10.2a and spark cI
voted to grant the request and decided M cents per box. Write for free sample,and book. hostelry including smoking loung- mechanical ignitionautomobiletype. cFxfh
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let oa health. Address valves float feed
433 ing and reading rooms and a thoroughly
p to have the next meeting at St. Pe Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. equipped restaurant. A comfortableroom carburetor,enclosed crank case, a
steam forged crank
shaft and
C tersburg. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN 6 by 8 feet may be had for 30 bronzed bearings. Have the
Hon. .W. D. Cam superintendent of cents a day. and one S" by 8 feet at fewtat number of working parts

public instruction of Ocala, president free public library, Jacksonville 40 cents a day. The hotel Is not to be consistent motor with and a perfect many other operating -

,' of the association, and Hon. R E. The Public Library a Modern Neces- conducted as a charity in any sense. txtlusne features found only in the Regal

ti Hall of Miami, chairman of the executive sitj"-Hon. C, D. Rinehart, Jackson- est but on Is expected the Investment.More to return. a fair inter- THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT

committee met Dr. Edward Con- ville.
Made in tLne types: II.3 and S H. P.
single cylinder to 15 H.
8
radi, representing the board of trade Lecture-Dr. C. C. Carroll Ocala. Carnegie Heroes. I'.dt uble c.ylindu 30 H. P. four cylinder

f of St. Petersburg at the Aragon hotel .AFTERNOON'SESSION. 2:30 P. M.. The Carnegie hero fund commissionhas We aloo manufacture a line or heavy,slow speed, working engines

Y' yesterday, and perfected plans for the Round table.Business made medal and money awards to from 611.1'. single l cylinder to .w H. P. four qlinder.

b' meeting. section. twenty-four more persons shown to The many hundreds of Regal engines now in operation: through
have performed exceptional service in out the t't untry are a guarantee of the
satisfaction
'Mr. Hall who was mainly instrumental 8 P. M. they are giving.
the saving of life. The list Included
in preparing the program, is especialiT Music. for the first time a negro. John Hill of Get a Regal in the Beginning Don't Experiment

pleased with the results of his Lecture-Dr. C. C. Carroll. Ocala. .\tl.mta The largest award was that
efforts and is confident that this will Music. of a snmedal\ \ and $3,000 to A. J. landmine explanatory
r be one of the best meetings that the Impersonations-W. Powell Hale of lletlger. erintendent of schools of Regal Gasoline Engine Co.

association ever held. A noticeable fea- Knoxville, Tenn. Pinneyounty.. Kan. He ran two Cold
mile Mini entered a well seventytwofeet Water, Michigan
ture'of the program is that the com- AdjournmentLINGERING
deep where he worked two hours
mittee have secured for lecturers noted
with a shovel to save the life of a man'
educators of this state. such as Dr;. COLD caught in nivein..

I Hulley, Shields and Blackman. The
Withstood Other Treatment But Typewriting Record Lowered.
program Is as follows:
Quickly Cured by Chamberlain's Miss Rose L. Fritz of Brooklyn N. !

Program. Cough Remedy Y, who last year won the title of typewriter .iI
TUESDAY, DEC. 31, 1907, 8 P. M.
"Last winter I caught a very severe champion by defeating Mae
Invocation-Dr. J. P. -Hilburn. president cold which lingered for week," says J. Carrington of Chicago. defeated the

of Southern college. Urquhart, of Zephyr, Ontario. "My four male contestants at the Madison
Music-by local talent. cough was very dry and harsh. The local Square Garden business show by writ-
dealer recommended Chamberlain'sCoulh
Ing 5.619 words in an hour with only I
L Address of Welcome-Prof. A. F. Remedy and guaranteed it, so I
Bartlett chairman local board of trus gave it a trial. One small bottle of it eighty-one errors. Allowing for the
rured me I believe Chamberlain's Cough five words deducted as J1 penalty for

tees.Music. Remedy to ba the best I have ever used"This each error, her average was el bty. 'F
remedy w for pale by Titusville seven words a minute.: Miss Fritz

Response to Address of Welcome- Pharmacy and Banner Drug btore. wins the $1,000 cup offered by the

Capt. George M. Lynch president Jas- trade. Ii4'.atv
First Engine With Work Train Was
per normal. Many Killed by Earthquake.
Run Across Long Key On Tues _
Music. AD earthquake af Calabria. Italy.
day.
Annual Address-President W. D. Oct. 23. resulted In a heavy loss of life

Cam of Ocala. The Miami 'Metropolis of Wednesday the exact extent of which has not been 1

Music says: ascertained. although It Is estimated F1
e
S all the'way from twenty to 120. The I
Early yesterday afternoon the coa- .
Annual Address-Hon. W. M. Hollo .
way, state superintendentMusic. itruction train, consisting of engine damage to property was very treatSOCIOLOGICAL I I \\ t'r

and several cars rolled into the lower iij ) h

Address-Dr. W. Blackman, pre end of Long Key, or more specifically I I

ident of Rollins college. speaking to the approach to the (

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1, 1908, 9 A. }I. Long Key viaduct one of the great- Pure Food Law Defended. : __ a I '<

Invocation-Rev. J. P. Hoyt, St Pe- est concrete bridges in the world. Dr. II. W. Wiley chief chemist of the _( \ i 'k
l
tersburg. amid the cheering of the several hun agricultural department. in an inter

Needed Educational Reforms in Florida dred men employed there and the view defends the national pure food -y-
law from the attacks of those who /\c::'
blowing of whistles on the various
-Principal J. B. Lockey, Pensacola. charge the increased cost of living to
Discussion-Superintendent GeorgeF. dredges, mortar mixers and steamers its operation. Dr. Wiley admits that ;'

Scott Bradford. at work in the vicinity. pure foods are worth more and should,. r -:

: Corporal Punishment-Principal F. This event has long been looked forward bring higher prices in the markets "

A. Hathaway Orlando. to, and while not made auspicious than debased foods and says that any
,
legitimate rise in the price on this account A ANA
Discussion-Miss 'Hattie Carpenter, in any manner other than that (
is a benefit to the consumer rathrr I
Miami. mentioned above it, however, is aa
than to the producer and should be
Rural School Problems-Mrs. Edith accomplishment that means considerable -
regarded as a blessing and not as a
Hunter Bt Lucle. in the progress and expedition curse. He calls attention to the fact

DiscussionSuperintendent J. Q. of the work at and below Long Key that, while pure foods have advancedIn

Compton, Lake. as a means of rail transportation is price the adulterated articles bate old'r

Lecture-Dr. Andrew Sledd president now opened up direct through to this declined. Nevertheless he paints out I

University of Florida. point thus doing away with much of that the great staple articles which For sale by the
S form 90
per cent of the food supply are .
the carrying heretofore done by steam- .
AFTERNOON SESSION 2:30 P. M. -
not and cannot be affected" l>y this law

English In the High Schools-Dr. A. eraToday He warns the public that in no case INDIAN RIVER

A. Murphree, president of the Florida men are at work laying the docs the government guarantee the purity I t

Female college. track across the trestle bridge and of any article manufactured and '

Discussion-Principal Tom F. Me- from that onto the concrete pier sold but merely aims to have the goods MUSIC HOUSE
sold for
what
they are.
t Beath..Gainesville. which is nearing completion and over ,

Latin in High Schools-Miss Sarah which it is expected to run trains by What Is Wrong With Pittiburg
A group of sanitarians chemists and, I TITUSVILLE FLA.
i McCreerj, Ocala. the first of January there being only ,
i civle engineers of national reputation1are
Discussion-Principal Scott E. McIntosh a few more pieces to sink and comp I' ...Y
now making a special study of the
Marianna. \..>te when the undertaking will have city of Pittsburg similar to that which

Mathematics Principal W. N. been completed. was made of Washington two years

Sheats, Tanaha see.DiscussionPrincipal. Below Long Key a large force of ago. The I local 1 public agencies and

A. B, Jarrell men are working on the several keys charities are l"O-Ol't'ratin{ with the: na

Lake City. connecting Long Key and Knight's tional publication committee of charities -
s and commons The work is under
... EVENING SESSION S P.. Key, where another immense iaduc the personal direction of Paul U. Kellogg -- -
is to be built. The present work con
Music.LectureDr.. of New York mana:;iu:; editor ort
Lincoln Hullej, president lists of grading and preparing for 'h1 ri tit'S THE RADE MARKALABASTINE

of John B. Stetson university.: track, the object being to run trainsto Hanna's Daughter Quits Society.

. St Reception and Musical Entertainment Knight's Key, when the concrete Mrs.I Mi-dill XIcTonuick. formerly

bj local talent construction shall hate been com Knth H.imia and daughter of the I itt>

THURSDAY, JAN. 2, 190S 9 A. )1.f menced not later than the first of the senator from A Work of ArtThat
Ohio mill whose:
Im-ocation-Rev. Margeson of St vear. I
f 4 f Even sow work is under way atKnight's husband is the is what jour home can be if
Petersburg. I owner and ..di r you decorate it with Alabastine For
Ke driver havin
/ a pile ,
Primary: Work-Miss Emmie Quar tor of the latic'ago appropriateness is true art; and not
.' been sent there a few days from
terman. Quincy.DiscussionMiss. ago Tribune has i 't only can you make your home deco-
I Frances Barnard long Key to begin driving piling for left her palitialrvsideiitv I rations appropriate with Alabastine,

..;. : West Palm Beach. the bridge work which i is to lead from : on theLnkeShorrdrire but you can make them reflect your
l t. Annual business meeting Florida Library -
Association. crete work is to begin it being anecessary and nude tier with any other form of wall covering.Alabasune .
; home I in that
to the
W "' How Can the Public Library Aid the preliminary same. of thtstttckyards .

:f; Schools?-George B. Utlej, librarian -The- work at all points along the ex part occupied Y'
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A Good Liniment bj tinUimer
.t' A Methodist Minister Recommends When sity Settlement The SanitaiyVYall Coating
vou needa good reliable liniment
E" t f Chamberlain's Cough RemedyWe try ChaU1 rlain's Pain Balm It Mis. :McCormickheretofore: ..i U superior in appearance. in economy in durability and
unique in its wond..rfulaanitsry propertwa. You abuuU know
j!< have wed Chamberlain's Cough! has no !superior for sprains and sellings has 1' more about it on all these points and we there fore extend you
t a Remedy in our home for St."ent"al .\ piw-e of flannel slightly dampened been prominentin a cordial invitation to wit our store,see the Alabactine color
\\ith Pain Balm is Mrs Medill )Cor- charts, and have the Alabastine stenciled designs (which you
superior to a plaster the million-
t and it has always proved to he a reliable can usa yourself)explained to you.
remedy. We have found that it would! for lame back or pains in the side or aire set but ap- mick Ak to tee the Book of
do more than the manufacturers claim rhest It alo relieves rheumatic painsane pears to have tired of society's inanities AUbattine Prize Designs

R fur it. It is especially good for croup makes sleep and rest; possible. For and to be anxious to do something useful For Sale by
sale! by Titusville Pharmacy and Banner
I and whooping rough, with her time and resources. She
REV. JAMES A. LEWIS Drug More. COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPAIY I
: will work under the direction of Dr. EAST -
" Pastor Milaca, linn M E. Church.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy sold Accidents: will happen but the best regulated Mary McDowell. Her particular aim
. families keep Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil condition of the
i I" to ameliorate the
Titusville and Banner
hy Pharmacy Drug for such emergencies. It subdues the pain children. TMG PACKAGE. =' =
'? Store. and heals the hurts. ghetto







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