The Florida star ( November 15, 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 15, 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:
UF00075901:00258

Related Items

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

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TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, NOV EMRER 15, 1907


NO. 30


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ONF f THE

RsMENT WERK

H Yl UI"a hMtalag to Ibnt
7 Temirikg Abut Town
x. L. Brady returned Tuesday
to alp to Jackr alle.
,. G. Utleyenutertained thePro-
.S-: .6re Culture cl dub Tueoday after-

:w special revival services at the
B t church came to a else Wednes-

Dr. J. S. Daniel ejmn-uwod work o
-p w eke- e store building the lat-
tr par ott hlastweek,
a MAtr ML J. Curley, of DeLand, was
in w Suday on his way to Ema Gal-
-sts l ho m Tuesday.
UL. Smit, tfoMriy oft TampM who
waboee isu mnerfor a brief time

Ja na drm, rator ty years Cthe

at Owm will this yma pbeotioanrred

SoSLt. Agstime, wherehbe will bein
4deepf the dAlesar hotel.
Mr. and Ms. Wia. Green, of At-
Ll el COty, N. J., espeing a few
days 1 Titvllee towering the
I saat Flowem. Mr. Green ais mans-
Sswgr oftthe- Isleworth, at Atlantic

Dr. and Ms. T. J. Harvey, of New
m. who have been stppigat
bamt h ar peek or two, returned
u WdaWmsy, Imutthedot-r will
age aimd NJ the at MMor-

SRILA. Bards. meatthePi-
| V th 0shB etCoAt, *.nwofSeba-
a a s iowthefrstoftd heWeek
Sa s *a AN**Ewaendiner to matters
A" mited wi th e settlement of the
S MMt1of e late Je Jm H. Harris.


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* The duame at the opera house bt night
was watesed all the onMe enjayahle by
The mmd amew lot of two s@ mand
wMas Just ireced ve r the mpiz-
pimsn layer, a dM the exomlet msie
rdmi d by Mr. Smith. Themool weah-
er blsals added sms to the dancing.
. The dredge Tmaba completed the
getting mat of the cad l at the west
d of the Haulover canal this week
and thm left for Ormond, where there
is em.isnrable work for the dredge.
Spt. Gea. G. Gleason spent a couple of
days at the drede the first of the week.
O6rtwnumaun, Mr. E. L Brady, is
kamebimn at in the grocery Inines
again. Tis tum it wil be at Dania,
ad the fn -me will probably be
Brady & Wharto, the latter being Mr.
Frank Wharton, of Miami. Mr. H. E.
Overtbeet, now with the K. L. Brady
Co., Ie., of Miami, will be resident
manager for Brady & Wharton.

Special prices in men's top shirts,
excellent patterns, light and dark.
the fmnous Princely shirt, special 59
cents each at Kline's Clothing Store.
Fine Box Candies at the Banner
DrugStore.
Notice to Tax Payers
Under the visions of section 41,
chapter W6K, laws of Florida, all taxes
are dhe and payable on the first day of
November. e law also provides that
if any tax payer shall pay his taxes be-
tween the first day of November and
the first day of December he shall be
allowed a discount of two per cent.
therefrom; and if paid on the first day
of l)emeber, or between that day and
the first day of January he shall be al-
lowed a discount of oneper cent Tax
bkoks close on thefirst Mondayin ApriL
K W. HAL,
Tax Collector Brevard County

Smok gy Tobaccos
Sensation, Duke's Mixture, Bull
Durham, U. S. Marine, Old Eagish
Curve Cut. Van Bibber, Turkish
phies, White Rolls.
BANNER DRUG SrORE.
Stove Wood
I am offering 16inh pine stove
wood that has never been turpen-
tid. All other wood you buy now
has been trph 25 cordd cut
a" dried ready fr delivery.
G. G. HOWARD.


e iSchloss lodelsb
are now On display here. They will
set the f oashom i wear
for the comifng land winter for
they bear a certain air of individual-
itythat is instantly d Th~sot radical & ad yet ws is
hat diJamX that mak thim ew mod-
d2 4iad ims- g as the autlck nsa-

Schloss clothes are perfectly tailor-
ed and of precise fit, combining
sterling worI*i..hip with the most
tasteful fashions of the hour.
The largest and best line of cloth-
g, shoes hats, men's and boy's
fu.uMhinga shown on the East Coast.
Send us your orders.
WINSTON S BRANNING
Tiausville, Florida.

Proposed Road Work
The Brevard county cnwiaWmioners
went to Jacksonville the first of this
week in a body to inspect the experi-
mental mile of sand and oil road just
completed at Murray Heights, near
,that city, which isgenerally admitted
to be one of the prettiest pieces of
road in that section.
The appuoxoate cost per mile of
this road is $4,500 which puts it out
of the question in this county. While
this is a saving over a macadamized
road, and is said to be the equal of it,
Brevard is not thickly settled up
,enough yet to consider such an ex-
pense on her road system.
The commiaioneprs have about out-
lined a plan for aedive road work in
this county which will be decided on
at a special meeting next Thursday.
It is proposed to purchase five teams
ofmules and dump carts for the pur-
pose of hauling the material and
spreading same. The county convicts
wilbeput at wrkin chargeof a
'competent man, and the work will be
carried on in such road districts as
have' the monemin hand to do it.
One of the oe.....inioners is of the
opinion that amileof road can be
made in this manner at a cost of
about $1,000 per mile provided the
hauling of the material is not over a
half a mile. By this means the coun-
ty will only invest such a sum as is
necessary to purchase the stock and
carts; then the mules can easily be
converted into cash at any time with-
out depreciation, provided they do
not die off.
The great objection that roads
made of our home material present
against that of sand and oil or ma-
cademized roads is that they need re-
pairing much quicker. The sand and
oil roads are guaranteed against any
appreciable repairs for five years,
while our marl roads need repairing
in a year or so after they are made.

W. L. Douglass shoes in endless
variety of styles at Kline's Shoe De-
partment.
A cool drink at a cool place at
MANDYI'g


LATEST NEWS

AID INCIDENTS

Pnesial Paragraphs it ple that
Trdal Wi ANt The /
Dean and Mrs. Robott'wn are settled
in their new home, where they will be
glad to welcome their friends.
Mrs. M. S. Jones, Jr., of Quay, came
up Monday with 'her bright little son,
Minor, who is now *ttending the public
school at this place.
Mr. Frank M. Tyler, of Fort Pierce,
arrived Monday for the purpose of mak-
ing plats for the county of St. Laei from
the maps on record in the clerk's office
here.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Pritchett and the
children and baby arrived Monday af-
ternoon from a stay of about four
months up in Georgia, stopping at dif-
ferent resorts. Mrs. Pritchett's health
was very much improved by the change.
The Miami Metropolis of Monday says
that Mrs. W. M. Brown returned home
Saturday night from the north where
she spent the pastseveral months. Mr.
Brown returned with her from Jackson-
ville, to which place he went a few days
ago.
Bishop Gray is making a visitation of
the parishes on the east coast this au-
tumn as he expects to sail for Europe
early in the following winter. The
bishop will be the guest of Dean and
Mrs. Robottom during his visiting Titus-
ville next Sunday.
Mr. L. Moreton Murray, of Daytona,
who has been traveling this territory
for the past fewyears in the interest of
Marx Bros., of Jacksonville, expects to
leave the road the first of next March
to engage extensively in the culture of
tobacco. He will be the president of
The Bradfordville Tobacco company, a
newly organized stock company capital-
ized at $30,000, which he has recently
perfected. We wish him every success
in this new venture.
Rev. L T. lobe, of Southeast Kansas,
arrived in Titusvie the latter part of
last week and will have charge of the
Presbyterian churches at Titmsville and
Rockledge this winter, making his resi-
dence at Titusville. Rev. lobeheldser-
vice in the Presbyterian church here
Sunday night The regular morning
service will be given to Rockledge and
the night service to Titusville. THE
STAR acknowledges receipt of a pleasant
calL
FURNITURE,DRY, GOODS,SHOES
From now on at Gardner's you will
receive with each CASH purchase, a
ticket. When you have $25.00 worth,
you can obtain a high grade talking
machine on the most liberal terms
and at a fraction of regular price.
It will interest YOU.
Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34
A cool drink at a cool place at
MANDY'S.
Clothing of the best make and in
endless variety of patterns at Kline's
Clothing Store.
Dentistry


. Do you know you can have your teeth
restored to theirnatural beauty and use Fort Dallas' First Payment men change their minds, but fools
There will be a wedding in St. Jame fulness for less money than you ever Commencing Monday Receiver never change" is probably the reason
A. M. E. church Sunday night, Nov. paid for work in your life?
17th. when Mr. T. J. Rodges and Miss This can only be done by the re-enam- J. K. McDonald, at Miami, had hand- Johnny has experienced a change of
Mary Cooper will be married by the eli process. You must ask about this ed out to depositors of Fort Dallas heart. Fort Myers Tropical Breeze.
pastor. Both white and colored areteh Yheou will want no others m National bank the ten per cent divi- Boys' knee pants, in endless varie-
pd teriawhen you see the results of this.
cordially invited to witness the cere- Nothing should be put in the teeth of dend checks, the first payment made ty .f patterns, prices ranging from
mony. The intended groom is fireman young people but this new porcelain, its to the creditors since the suspension 5.) cents to $1.54' at Klinc's Clothing
on the Sanford branch, while the bride the rfect filling. of the bank the first part of July last. Store.
i n h bntelo r I 9ave an entirely new way of putting of the bank the first part of July last., Store.
intended has been in the employ of Mrs. in artificial teeth. It will probably take several weeks' Wood For Sale
L. A. Brady. Teeth made with which you can chew to finish up the first payment in full.
anything any one can with natural teeth, lPine or oak. any length. Also plow-
Men's all wool cardigan jackets, or money refunded. This is putting iti Several hundred checks, however, ing and harrowing. See or address J.
in navy, gray and white, special pretty strong, but I am ready to do it. were handed out the first day. w. Jamison, Titusville. Fla.
$ at Klnes 'i Extracting teeth with the dope I now __
2. at Kline s Glothig Storeuse makes it a laughing matter to you. Pino Tuning The Alpine Hotel
....... -There is no pa inu.- T v
Turkeys For Sale Before having any dental work done Fippern Adams, piano tuner, of St. Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-
Fine oung turkeys, home-raised, for call and have the new things explained Augustine, will be in Titusville about ager. On the European plan- furn-
nksvin and Christmas, for sale to ou. i the latter part of November on his reg- ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen-
at 25. per p Office in redingroom of Indiad IRiver ular professional trip to Titusville. Be trally located.
T.A. RoNso~ ., hotel, door opening to the avenue, until sure and leave your order for tuning - ----
City Point, Florida, new office can be completed. early at the Indian River Music House,, Orange and Grapefruit Trees
DCity oint. loda, R. MILLER, Palm Beach Dentist. as his time here will be limited.
For leGrown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
For Sle For Sale Draying hickory hammock. Free from white
One pair thoroughbred 4 months Five Enlish Berkshire brood sows Draying or haulingofall kidspromptfly. Oneyear to two year old buds.
old pups, cr between setter and in fine onition Bargain for anyone ly atended to M all trains. oe Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
pointer, will be of right age to train wanting thoroughbred stock. wood for sale at all times. ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
when seasonopens. AddreD., care E. B. ARNOLD, H. E. HosLTo, station. J. W. G mFFis,
SrAR office. I Malabar, Florida. Titnuville. Fla. Shiloh, Fla.


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Special Sale at Kline's

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18,1907.
Silk gingflw in beautiful plaids,
specially d for ladies' shirtwaists
and hdren's dresses, Monday only,
25 cents per yard.
Black taffeta silk, heavy quality,
every yard guaranteed, special $1.5
per yard.
Black voile, 44 inches wide, beauti-
ful quality, worth $2.00 per yard,
Monday only, $1.39. Same in blue.
Ladies' fluffy ruffle belts, in elastic
or silk, shirred or plain, an entirely
new lot, Monday's special, 69 cents.
Ladies' black heather bloom un-
der skirts, with shirred flounce,
worth $2.50, special $1.49.
Half wool and cotton blankets,
extralarge size heavy weight, worth
$3.50, special S2.49.
All wool California blankets, silk
bound 10-4s, worth $4.00, special
White marseilles bed spreads, ex-
tra large size, worth $3.00, special
$1.99.
Flannellette suitable for kimonas,
in endless variety of patterns, worth
25 cents, Monday only, 19 cents a
yard.
54-inch broad cloth in all the lat-
est shades including blacks, navy,
brown and red, worth $2.00 a yard,
special $125 a yard.
Cotton suiting can hardly be dis-
tinguished from $1.00 a yard ma-
terials, patterns copied from high
price imported dress goods, special
19 cents a yard.
Ladies, misses and children's ready
made coats, endless variety of latest
styles, prices more than right.
R&G corsets, in all latest models
with supporters, worth $1.50, spec-
ial 9 cents.
Boys' suits in extra quality of black
Thibet, worth $5.00, Monday's spee-
ial, $3.49.
Boys' heavy quality blue serge
suits, bloomer trousers, sizes 7 to 17,
regular price $8.50, Monday, $&9.L
Another lot of boys' suits in hard
finish worsted, bloomer trousers,
special W$4.. Sizes 7 to 16.
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
Juuus KNE, Titusville.
Church Notes
Services every Sunday evening at the
Presbyterian church at 7 o'clock.
Rev. Wmn. Stones will preach on Sun-
day next at LaGrange at 11 a. m., and
at Titusville at 7 p. m.
Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at Georg-
iana Sunday, Nov. 17th, at 11 a. m. and
7.00 p. m. A cordial welcome is offered
to all who come.
The pastor, Rev. W. F. Allen, will
preach at Cocoa next Sunday, Nov. 15th,
at 11 a. m. and 7.00 p. m. This will be
his last service at Cocoa for this con-
ference year. The public is invited.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Gabriels church, Titusville, on Sunday
morning at 11 a. m., and Bishop Gray
will preach at 7:30 p. m.
Bishop Gray will visit the parish in
Eau Gallie on Friday, November 15th,
and hold service in the church at 2:30
p. m., and on the same day he will visit
Melbourne and hold service there at 730
in the evening.


LOCAL GOSSIP

AND PERSONALS

Seathlg Abt the Peopl of TUMs-
Via s Ty Cmud go
Mr. G. C. H. Collins, of Clifton, paid
TrE STA office a pleasant call yester-
day while in town.
Miss Myrtle Willard went to Cocoa
Tuesday to attend the funeral'of her
gr-nhdm~Oter, Mrs. Eliza Johnson.
Next Thursday will be Thanksgiving
day. Titville public school will take
a vacation on that day, also Friday fol-
lowing.
County Compiasi nero J. R. Miot and
T. Johneon, on their return from Jack-
sonville this week, went via DeLand to
inpecta tandem road roller in use in
that section of Volosia county.
Willie, the little son of Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. GigAs, died Monday morning of
la-i;t*.r age only one year. The
funeral was heldTuesday and interment
was made in LaGrange ceamety, Rev.
W. F. Allen offhimti-
Mr. G. W. Wood, who is now mana-
ger of the Heath & Co. grocery, has
had some very catchy lettering placed
on his delivery wagon, calling atten-
tion to their grocery business. Mr.
G. H. Heath and wife left last week for
H-tins.
Mrs. C. A. Krulder, of New Smyrna,
arrived in town last Friday afternoon
for a visit with friends here and also
taking an active part in the special re-
vival services that have been held in the
Baptist church, r muing to New Smyr-
na yesterday. While here she was a
guest of Myers Cottage.
A cowardly and murderous amlt
was made upon Prof. E. V. James,
principal of the West Palm Beach high
school, Tesday by T. J. O'Sullivan,
whose boy was punished the day before.
O'Sullivan was arrested and put under
$500 bond to appear before the criminal
court of record at Miami.
Mrs. G. L. Moye, who has been very
ill for the past two weeks at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. G. C. Battle, was
removed to the hospital at St. Augustine
last Saturday by the advice of her phy-
sicians. Her two sons, Doctors Gray-
ville Moye, of Norristown, Ga., and
Ralph Moye, of Abbeville, Ga., were
both with her last week, secomrp-nying
her to the Ancient City as soon as her
imprqed condition would permit.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Prindle and their
friends, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Brammer
and son, arrived Saturday from Hunting-
ton, W. Va., to spend the season in Titus-
ville, cccupying the two Taylor cottages
on the river front. This is Mr. and
Mrs. Prindle's fourth season in Titus-
ville, where Mr. Prindle finds the best
hunting on the whole coast, and their
many friends gladly welcome their re-
turn and the arrival of Mr. Brammer
and family.
Beard's Change of Policy
If our memory serves us correctly.
Hon. Jno. S. Beard was opposed to
all prohibition measures at the last
session of the legislature. "Wise


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FRIDY. N 15w


I POLITICAL I

Aftkag -e Supreme Ceurt.
Added emphasis is lent to the recent
dMiverane of Chief Justice Clark of
North Carolina in an article In the
Asxa, denying the authority of the
empreme court to nullify acts of con-
rem, by a striking paper in the cur-
ut number of Van Nordeu's Maga-
a- frosm the pen of Franklin H. Gid-
Sta pofeor of sociology and the
uilny of tdvlllsailon I Columbia uni-
verty. Profsor Giddings undertakes
to show that the people of the United
Ehtes "are awakening to the fact that
elibter the Mayflower compact nor the
Delaratio of Idependence, neither
the federal eenstitution nor the Gettys-
bug address of President Lincoln. cre-
ated popular government aIn America."
Be admits that we have learned a few
S ins n our century and a quarter,
but holds that we have quanadered it
Slargey n poit-
ical ancestor
worship, with
much gazing up-
on the body of
institutions b e-
W queathed by the
athem He as-
serts that the
real task of ere-
/ eating popular

all before as
and that people
are begInnimg to
Protsor Giddings. see this. Accord-
lag to Giddings. Hamilton set up class
government In America, and we have
ever had anything else, but In doing
sobe gives Hamilton credit for sagacity
and statesmanship It was then and
there the only thing to do. The Amer-
ean colonies were not ready for real
democratic government; hence the ex-
pediency of making the government
staibe by creating a select governing
body-namely, the senate, and giving
the president veto power. The first
trBggle between democratic elements
and the ampholde.. of privilege came
with the slavery Issue. and when the
electoral college gave way to popular
P- utBiugr conventions there appeared
an -tidenmoratle power *more efl-
dlent than the king in parliament.
which bad been created inadvertently-
namely. the power of the supreme
court as interpreted by Chief Justice
Marshall to nullify acts of congress by
decaraing them uunconxtutlmAaL"
Professor Giddings says It Is idle to
debate whether the convention of 1787
Intended to create this power. but.
granting that such a power exists, it is
not Idle to ask If that is the conclusion
of the whole matter. He holds that the
uOtdwiltutlonality of an act of ct -
grOes is not established until congress
by acquiescence or otherwise concurs
In the adverse decision of the supreme
court. He believes that congress will
Invoke this amending power for final
Judgmenmt whent the people become real-
ly democratic. This hbe declares to be
the Issue of popular government toin
America. "the precise point at which
the democratic attack upon privilege
must be made."
Popular Senators in Jersey.
Governor Stokes of New Jerey has
signed the Colby bill providing for
popular expremsdcn in the selection of
United States senators. Under this bill
1.000 voters may file a petition with
the secretary of state endorsing a
member of their political party for that

Myer's Parcels Post Programme.
Postmaster General George von LI
Myer at the Philadelphia niloo league
meeting outlined three plans for postal
progress which will be reconma.lnded
to the next congress, as follows: First.
thie postage rate on packages to be re-
duced from 16 to 12 cents a pound;
second. tie limitation of weight of
pacmekages to be Increased from four to
eleven pounds; third, a parcels post to
be authorized from the point at which
the rural delivery route originates.
with rates of 5 cents for the first
pound and 2 cents for each additional
pound to even pounds.
snk Crlss Sehre
Bepresentatilve Sims of Tennessee has
Indicated his Intention of i-. wdwins
at the coming semion of congress a
eolautiou of Inquiry by what author-
ity Secretary of the Tramsaury Catel-
you went to the aid of the bank with
the government's moey. Other south-


era memeus are msad to aha-e Mr.
81ms' hostNe attitude toward tbis pul-

To e tdy ACaml Nsds.
Representative James A. Tawney of


Mlmmeota, chairman of the comnm~tae
en appropk6tlus W of the horu of rep-
esentatives, and a number of other
congressmen have sailed for the Isth-
mus to make personal nlquiry into the
present and prospective monetary
needs of the canaL This is done to
enable congress to act Intelligently in
making appropriations for carrying on
the work.
SeMtle Soalist Arrested.
A number of Socialist speakers and
sympathlaers have been arrested In
Seattle. Wash. for speaking on the
public streets. Mayor Moore has de-
clared that be will not allow the street
meetings, while the Socialists insist on
holding such meetings nightly and
have secured about forty speakers
who will continue their work until the
supply Is exhausted.

I EXECUTIVE I


Increased Treasury Surplus.
The cash balance in the treasury has
been reduced to about $17.000,000 by
the distribution of funds among na-
Itional banks during the recent crisis.
and the offlials have decided to cut
down the amount of the balances
standing to the credit of disbursing
oxcers. Thus by a simple act of book-
keeping the available cash is increased
for the time being by many millions of
dollars.
Change In Homestead Regulations.
An Important change In the regula-
tions for acquiring homesta as on the
public domain has been announced by
Commissioner Ballinger of the general
land oice. As an additional precau-
tion against fraud all persons making
homestead entries on public lands aft-
er Nov. 1 will be required to prove
actual residence on the land for four-
teen months before they will be per-
mitted to "commute" the entries to
obtain title by a cash payment Here-
tofore the period of actual residence
has been eight months. The ruling
will not affect entries made prior to
Nov. 1, 1807.
Oklahoma a State Nov. 16.
A typewritten parchment copy of the
constitution of Oklahoma has been
placed in the hands of President Roose-
velt by Governor Frantz and a dele-
gation of Oklahomans. The president
has made known his intention of sign-
ing the constitution and of proclaiming
the new state on Nov. 16.
Thanksgiving Day the 21th.
The president has issued his annual
proclamation fixing Thursday. Nov. 2S,
as the day for national thanksgiving.
lie refers to the danger involved in
our great prosperity and says that a
great democracy like ours can lire
only If a keen sense of righteousness
and Justice dwells in the heart of the
ordinary citizen.

SSOCIOLOGICAL

Civic Federation Platform.
The report of 'the committee on
resolutions In the National Civic fed-
eration convention at Chicago last
week urges upon congress a new law
for the curbing of trusts to meet the
changed conditions whk-h have arisen
during a long period of active progress
in the enforcement of old laws and in
the removal of abuses in the manage-
nmeut of corporations. The changes,
su.ntested are. first, to permitt agree-
ments between railroad corporations
on reasonable freight and passenger
rates. suloject to the approval of the
inter't;ate commerce commission, anid.
secondnd. as the next step in exec'itinug
the will of the peoplee to secure "jus-
tice :and equality of opportunity for
allL" the creation of a nunlpoartisan
tomiuission in which the interests of
capital. la;lor and of the general pul-
lie shull le represented.
This commiissIion should he emnpow.
ered to deal with the whole subject aof
business and lat'or combinations andl
repor**t such plans for the formation
and regulation of corporations "--a
ball preserve Individual initiative
comiuletition and the free exercise of
a free contract In all business and In-
dustrlal relations."
In connection with this law the
Civic federation urges that legislation:
should modify the prohibition now ex-
isting against organizations of labor.
associations of farmers and combina-
tions o0 capitalists whose business Is
In the public interest. The proposed
commistlon should make a thorough
Inquiry into the system of federal
license for incorporation of interstate
concerns. The insect-ion and super-
vision of great producing corpora-
tions should be enlarged and extended,


and complete publicity in the capitali-
zation and operation of all such cor-
porations large enough to have a
monopolistic influence should be re-
quired. No expression was thought
fitting on the conflicts between state
and federal authority pending the final
decision of the supreme court on this
subject.
Hotel Home of the Wealthy.
Already more than one-half of the
800 living rooms in the new Plaza ho-
tel, which was recently completed at
the corner of Fifty-ninth street and
Fifth avenue.. New York city, at the
cost of $12.500.000, have been taken
in the form of suits as permanent
homes for millionaire families under
yearly contracts.' The rentals of these
tenants vary from $15.000 to $30,000 a
year. The suits include parlor, din-
ing room. library and a varying number
of bedrooms, all opening upon a pri-
vate hall, which in turn connects with
a public hotel corridor. This insures
privacy and a sense of family unity to
each set of rooms. Warming and re-
frigerating apparatus in the private
pantry is connected by chutes and
tubes with the general kitchen in the
basement, so as to give a dining serv-
ice the advantage of a perfectly equip-
ped hotel plan. but in the privacy of
an individual home. Names prominent
among those who have taken suits
here are the Goulds, Gateses and Van-
derbilts. Single rooms may be rented
for $4 a day and double rooms with
bath for $G a day. The hotel will be
fully occupied when It houses 000 peo-
ple because so many rooms are used
as parlors and dining rooms.
Students Abolish Hazing.
The senior class of the University of
North Carolina has adopted a resolu-
tion commending the sophomore class
for the manner in which the latter
body has turned its face resolutely
against the tradition of hazing. Since
the students of this Institution have
taken the matter in hand hazing has
become a thing of the past.


I RELIGIOUS 1

Protestant Church Union.
The Evangelical general conference
at its recent session at Milwaukee took
a decisive step toward the union of
the Evangelical church and the United
Evangelical church, adopting the re-
port of the committee on revision.
which recommended the appointment
of a commission from each church to
arrange details of the union. It was
also decided to open negotiations with
other Protestant churches, including
the Methodists. Presbyterians. Baptists
and Congregationalists, with a view to
a federation on all lines of church
work into which denominational differ-
ences, do not enter.
No Successor to Mrs. Eddy.
Alfred Farlow. the official spokesman
for the Christian Science denomina-
tion. has issued the following state-
ment In reply to the rumors regarding
a successor to Mrs. Eddy: "Mrs. Eddy.
founder of the faith and today in su-
preme control of the Christian Science
church, will have no successor. Nei-
ther Mrs. Augusta Stetson. the leader
of the New York church, nor the Lady
Dunmore. who has been prominently
mentioned, will ever fill the position
occupied today by Mrs. Eddy. With
the death of the aged leader the Chris-
tian Science church will have no sin-
gle personal leader. The business of
the organization will undoubtedly be
considered lby a loard of directors.
while the ruemory @of the founder and
discoverer will remain the only name
ever tconneted with the faith."

SLEGAL-CRIMINAL

Greene and Gaynor Must Stay.
'i he cir-:;t eourt ,pf appeals. sitting
.it Molutt-wery. Ala.. denied a hearing
to Col.onel inow serving prionu seutence for the
avaniunah harbor frauds. This means
that they must .-rve out their four
years in pr.son at .Macou. ;Ga.. and pay
their fine of $.:T'7.77.4 unless they cau
show that they are not possessed of
more than $201 each. in which case they
may serve thirty days more on account
of the fine.
Judge Grosscup Indicted.
Warrants issued at Charleston. III..
for offlcitals and employees of the Mat-
toon City Itnilway company as the re-
suit of a wreck on that line last Au
gust. In which eighteen passengers
were killed. Included one against Fed-
eral Judge Groascup. a director. Crim-
inal negligence tending to manslaugh-
ter i, the charge


La. Leader a.
Business Agent McGee of the New
England Iron Molders' union was
sentenced at New Haven to one year
in the county jail on the charge of In-
timhidating workmen at the McLage.
& Co. factory in that city. NNodce of
an appeal to the state supreme court
was given.
Actor Ilitch"ock Indicted.
Raymond Hitchcock. the comedian.
who recently has been playing in *"A
Yankee Tourist" at New York, was in-
dicted Oct. 30 in that city on the
charge of wrongdoing with four young
girls. He bad previously been released
on $3,000 ball since a previous arrest
on the complaint of one of the girls.
On the day of his indictment he failed
to appear at the theater, and It was
thought be had fled to escape appear-
ance in court.


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Life Insurance company, nearly col- that this remedy can he depended upon
lapsed when Justice Dowling of New to fulfill the representations made for It."
York formally sentenced him Oct. 28 For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
to a term of six Foster-Miltalrn Co.. Buffalo, New York,
months in the sole agents for the United .States.
Remember the name-Doan's--and
penitentiary on take no other.
his conviction
upon the charge The most unique theft on record as
of perjury in at- Trenton. N..J.. was committed recently
( tempting to con- when a man entered the house of Mrs.
Seal from the Catherine Ilittle and stole two cana-
grand jury the ries from their cages, says a special
existence of the dispatch to the New York World. The
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lease of Dr. Gillette on ball pending For ale by Tituaville Pharmacy and.
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sel for the defendant told the Judge
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court, Inasmuch as it was involveA i: M g Y ,N RIm u 5
what the man had brought upon his.:-
self by his acts. which could not hin hi Do the
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XXVIII TITUSVILLE FLA. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15 1907
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.. : --P :DOINGS OF THEPRESENT = Schloss. Models'are : LATEST NEWSAND Special Sale at Kline's I LOCAL GOSSIP :


i, WEEK now on display here. They will INCIDENTSPersonal Bargains ii' Every Department AND PERSONALS :
set the fashon in gentlemen's wear MONDAY. NOVEMBER 18,1907.

for the coming fall and winter for Silk ginghams in beautiful plaids
j
Pungent Holes Pertaining to Events they" bear certain air of individuality Paragraphs About People that specially good for ladies' shirtwaistsand Something About the People of Titns- ;
that is instantly distinguishable.They .
children's dresses, Monday only,
Yr \ .Transpiring About Towns are not radical and yet there is Travel Here and There f 25 cents per yard. Yule as They Come and Go ,- .

}s+ E. L. Brady returned Tuesday that difference that makes these new mod- : Dean and Mrs. Robottom are settled Black taffeta silk, heavy quality, i Mr. G. C. H. Collins, of Clifton, paid ,

> r from, a trip to Jacksonville. jft els tion stand of master pre-eminent tailors. as the artistic crea- I in their new home, where they will be every yard guaranteed, special $1.25 THE STAR office a pleasant call yester

}&;. 'Mrs. H. G. Utley entertained the Progressive glad to welcome their friends. per yard. day while in town. #
{ Schloss clothes are perfectly tailor- Black voile, 44 inches wide, beauti-
Culture club Tuesday afternoon. ed and of precise fit, combining Mrs. M. S. Jones, Jr., of Quay, came ful quality, worth $2.00 per yard, Miss Myrtle Willard went to Cocoa

. sterling workmanship with the most up Monday with 'her bright little son, Monday only, 139. Same in blue. Tuesday to attend the funeralof her I

The special revival services at the tasteful fashions of the hour. Minor, who is now attending the public Ladies' fluffy ruffle belts, in elasticor grandmother, Mrs. Eliza Johnson.

Baptist church came' to a close.Wednes- The largest and best line of cloth- school at this place. silk, shirred or plain, an entirelynew Next Thursday will be Thanksgiving r
ing shoes hats men's and boy's lot, Monday's special, 69 cents.Ladies' .
:
,
day night. day. Titusville
Mr. Frank M. Tyler, ot Fort Pierce, public school will takea
black heather bloom
furnishings shown on the East Coast. under -
; 1 Dr. J. S. Daniel commenced work on Send us your orders. arrived Monday for the purpose of mak- _.skirts,. with.s. !l'!" flounce, vacation on that day, also Friday fol-
his new concrete store building the latter .- ing plats for the county of St. Lucie from worth :$2.50) special 149. lowing.

t part of last week, WINSTON S. BRANNING the maps on record in the clerk's office Half wool and cotton blankets, County Coimpi.ssi tiers J. R. Miot and '

tt '. Father M. J. Curley, of DeLand,was Titusville, Florida. here.Mr. extra;large size heavy weight, worth T. Johnson, on their return from Jack r'a ,

in town Sunday on his way to Eau Gal- ------- an4 Mrs. G. E. Pritchett and the $3.50, special $2.49. IOnville this week, went via PeLand to ':
IN
All wool California blankets silk
1L lie., returning- home Tuesday. Proposed Road Work children and baby arrived Monday af- 'I bound 10-4s, worth $4.00, special, I I inspect a tandem road roller in use in

Mr. Smith, formerly of Tampa, who The Brevard county commissioners ternoon from a stay of about four $2.98. that section of Volnsia county.

L was here this summer for a brief time went to Jacksonville the first of this months up in Georgia, stopping at different White marseilles bed spreads, extra Willie, the little son of Mr. and Mrs.C. .

,z as night f operator for the East Coast, week in a body to inspect the experi- resorts. Mrs. Pritchett's healthwas large size, worth $3.00, special W. Griggs, died Monday morning of i

b_ is now holding down that position again. mental mile of sand and oil road just very much improved by the change. $1.99. aryngitis, age only one year. The
Flannellette suitable for kimonas
The Miami Metropolisof Monday funeral was held Tuesday
the says interment
John Anderson, for many years completed at Murray Heights, near in endless variety of worth
patterns,
hotelat that Mrs. W. M. Brown returned home was made in LaGrange cemetery, Rev.
of the Ormond
popular manager that city, which generally admittedto 25 cents, Monday only, 19 cents a W. F. Allen
Ormond, will this year be transferred Saturday night from the north where yard. officiating. "-

lo St. Augustine, where he will be in be one of the prettiest pieces of she spent the past several months. Mr. 54-inch broad cloth in all the lat- ,Mr. G. W. Wood, who is now manager ...

- .Y charge of the Alcazar hoteL road in that section. Brown returned with her from Jackson- est shades including blacks, navy of the Heath & Co. grocery, has

..:Mr.'and Mrs.'Wm. F. Green, of Atlantic The approximate cost per mile' of ville, to which place he went a few days brown and red, worth $2.00 a yard, had some very catchy lettering placedon
this road is $4,500 which puts it out special $1.25 a yard. his
N. J. few delivery wagon, calling attention -
City, are spending a
days in Titusville *hile. touring in the of the question in this county. While ago.Bishop Gray is making a visitation of Cotton suitings from can hardly be distinguished ; to their grocery business. Mr. ,

: Land of Flowers. Mr. Green is manager this is a saving over a macadamizedroad the parishes on the east coast this au- terials, patterns copied$1.00 a from yard high ma- G. H. Heath and wife left last week for '

y \ of the Hotel Isleworth, at Atlantic and is said to be the equal of it, tumn as he expects to sail for Europe price imported dress goods, special tlas tings. '

? I_ CitY. t Brevard is not thickly settled up early in the following winter. The 19 cents a yard. Mrs. C. A. Krulder, of New Smyrna,

:-, Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Harvey, of New enough yet to consider such an exPense bishop will be the guest of Dean and Ladies, misses and children's ready arrived in town last Friday afternoonfor F

Smyrna, who have been stopping at on her road system. Mrs. Robottom during his visit in Titus made coats, endless variety of latest a visit with friends here and also
ville next Sunday.Mr. styles, prices more than right.R taking an active in the '
returned part special /
re-
Palmhurst for a week or two, The commissioners have about out-
&
G corsets in all latest models K
,. home Wednesday, but the doctor will lined a plan for active road work in L. Moreton Murray, of Daytona, with supporters,, worth $1.50, special vival services that have been held in the

return here professionally first Monday this county which will be decided on who has been traveling this territoryfor 98 cents. Baptist church,returning to New Smyrna -

in December. at a special meeting next Thursday.It the past fewyears in the interest of Boys' suits in extra quality black yesterday. While here she was a 1
Marx Bros., of Jacksonville, expects to Thibet worth guest of Myers Cottage. .
$5.00 Monday's
, Opt. R. A. .Hardee, one of the pioneers is proposed to purchase five teams spec- .
leave the road the first of next Marchto ial, $3.49. A cowardly and murderous assault ,
of the East Coast, now'of Sebas-
of.mules and dump carts for the pur- extensively in the culture of Boys' heavy quality blue made
tian in town the first of the week engage serge was upon Prof. E. V. James
was
pose of hauling the material and tobacco. He will be the president of suits, bloomer trousers, sizes 7 to 17, principal of the West Palm Beach high
for attending to matters
a day or so
spreading The county convicts The Bradfordville Tobacco regular price $8.50, Monday, $6.98.
same. company, a school, Tuesday by T. J. O'Sullivan,
connected with the settlement of the Another
lot of boys' suits in hard
0# estate of the late"John H. Harris. l will be put at work in charge of a newly organized stock company capital- finish worsted, bloomer trousers, whose boy was punished the day before. i

; competent man, and the work will be ized at $30,000, which he has recently special $4.98. Sizes 7 to 16. O'Sullivan was arrested and put under l
.": The dance at the opera house last night :perfected. We wish him successin $500 bond to before
carried on in such road districts as every Mail orders promptly filled on any appear the criminal] t
! 4 was rendered all the more enjoyaMe by this new ventnre. court of record Miami.
have the money,in hand to do it. of the above goods. at
- :r .. the use of a new lot of two stets and One.of the commissioners is of the Rev.' L. T.Ink of Southeast Kansas,': Juuus KLINE, Titusville. Mrs. G. L. Moye, who has been very
received for the SimpT..x'.piano
.waltzes just and the excellent mnsic opinion that a mile of road can be arrived in Titusville the latter part of ill for the past two weeks at the home t
; player, last week and will have charge of the Church Notes of her
daughter, Mrs. G. C. Battle,was
rendered by Mr.Smith The cool weather made in this manner at a cost of
t Presbyterian churches at Titusville and Services every Sunday evening at the removed to the hospital at St. Augustinelast r
has also added zest to the dancing. about $1,000 per mile provided the
}, Rockledge this winter, making his residence Presbyterian church at 7 o'clock. Saturday by the advice of her phy-
I hauling of the material is not
over a
i .The 'dredge Tomoka completed the at Titusville. Rev. Iobeheldservice Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on Sun- sicians. Her two sons, Doctors Gray-
of the channel at the west half a mile. By this means the coun- in the church here
Presbyterian
cutting out I day next at LaGrange at 11 a. m., and ville Moye, of Norristown, Ga., and
end of the Haulover canal this week ty will only invest such a sum as is Sunday night. The regular morning at Titusville at 7 p. m. Ralph Moye, of Abbeville, Ga., were -

and then left for Ormond, where there necessary to purchase the stock and service will be given to Rockledge and both with her last week, accompanyingher
Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at Georg-
is considerable work for the dredge. carts; then the mules can easily be the night service to Titusville. THE to the Ancient City as soon as her i
iana Sunday, Nov. 17th, at 11 a. m. and
Supt. Geo. G. Gleason spent a couple of converted into cash at any time without STAR acknowledges receipt of a pleasant impr -ed condition would permit.Mr. .
7.00 p. m. A cordial welcome is offeredto
days at the dredge the first of the week. depreciation, provided they do calL all who come. and Mrs. W. M. Prindle and their

OuAownsman, Mr. E. L. Brady, is not die off. FURNITURE,DRY,GOODSSHOES The pastor Rev. W. F. Allen, will friends, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Brammerand
in the business The objection that roads 1 son,arrived Saturday from Huntington -
branching out grocery great
4 J From now on at Gardner'syou preach at Cocoa next Sunday, Nov. 15th,
, again. This time it will be at Dania, made of our home material present receive with each CASH purchase, a at 11 a. m. and 7.00 p. m. This will be W.Va., to spend the season in Titus-

the firm name will probably be against that of sand and oil or ma- ticket. When you have$25.00 worth, his last service at Cocoa for this con- ville, occupying the two Taylor cottageson

Brady & Wharton, the latter being Mr. cadamized roads is that they need re- you can obtain a high grade talking ference year. The public is invited. the river front. This is Mr. and
Miami. H. E. machine the most liberal Mrs. Prindle's fourth in Titus-
Frank Wharton, of Mr on terms 10 season
pairing much quicker. The sand and Sunday school at a. m.
I'rJmd Overstreet, now with the E. L. BradyCO. and at a fraction of regular price.It ville, where Mr. Prindle finds the best
oil roads Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
are guaranteed against any
will interest YOU.
., Inc., of Miami, will be resident hunting on the whole coast, and their
: manager for Brady &Wharton. appreciable repairs for five years, Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 Gabriels church, Titusville, on Sunday many friends gladly welcome their return -
while our marl roads need repairing morning at 11 a. m., and Bishop Gray : and the arrival of Mr. Brammer

Special prices in men's top shirts, in a year or so after they are made. A cool drink at a cool place at will preach at 7:30 p. m. and family.

excellent patterns, light and dark, MANDY'S.Clothing. Bishop Gray will visit the parish in

the famous Princely shir.t, special 59 \V. L Douglass shoes in endless of the best make and in Eau Gallic on Friday, November 15th, Beard's Change of PolicyIf
cents each at Kline's Clothing Store. and hold service in the church at 2:30
variety of styles at Kline's Shoe De-
endless variety of patterns at Kline'sClothing our memory serves us correctly, i
partment.A Store. p. m., and on the same day he will visit
Hon. Jno. S. Beard to
was opposed
Fine Box Candies at the Banner Melbourne and hold service there at 7:30 I

Drug Store. cool drink at a cool place at DentistryDo in the evening. all prohibition measures at the last
MANDY'S.There session of the legislature. "Wise

: Notice to Tax Payers -. -.-- you know you can have your teeth Fort Dallas' First Payment men change their minds, but fools*
restored to their natural beauty and use-
'' Under the provisions of section 41, will be a wedding in St. JamesA. fulness for less money than you ever Commencing Monday Receive never change" is probably the reason

chapter 5596, laws of Florida, all taxes M. E. church Sunday night, Nov. paid for work in jour life? Johnny has experienced a change of
'y" are due and payable on the first day of 17th, when Mr. T. J. Rodges and Miss This can only be done by the re-enam- J. K. McDonald, at Miami, had handed -
November. The law also provides thatif Mary Cooper will be married by the eling process. You must ask about this out 10 depositors of Fort Dallas :j! heart.-Fort Myers Tropical Breeze. ;
any tax payer shall pay his taxes be- method. You will want no other ma-
." tween the first day of November and pastor. Both white and colored are terial when you see the results of this. National bank the ten per cent divi- :j Boys' knee pants, in endless variety 3

-'_ the first day of December he shall be cordially invited to witness the cere- Nothing should be put in the teeth of dend checks, the first payment madeto : cf patterns prices ranging from

;., allowed a discount of two per cent. mony. The intended groom is firemanon young people but this new porcelain, its the creditors since the suspensionof :50 cents to $1.50 at Kline's Clothing
. i-- therefrom; and if paid on the first day the Sanford branch, while the bride the perfect filling. I Store.
the bank the first part of July last.
of December, or between that day and I have an entirely new way of puttingin 1 -- --- -
J'-'t. .- the first day of January he shall be af ]- intended has been in the employ of Mrs. artificial teeth. It will probably take several weeksto 1I i Wood For Sale

lowed a discount of one per cent. TaxI L. A. Brady. Teeth made with which you can chew finish the first in full. I
btooks close on the first Monday in April anything anyone can with natural teeth, up payment I Pine or oak any length. Also plowI -
f i v E. W. HALL, Men's all wool cardigan jackets, or money refunded. This is putting it I Several hundred checks, however, and harrowing. See or address J. ,

: Tax Collector Brevard County in navy, gray and white, special pretty strong, but I am ready to do it. J were handed out the first day. : W. Jamison, Titus \ille, Fla.
;,. Extracting teeth with the dope I now ] --- I
Smoking Tobaccos $2.98 at Kline's Clothing Store. use makes it a laughing matter to you. j Piano I The Alpine Hotel
Tuning
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There is pain.
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,,:/ Sensation, Duke's Mixture, Bull Turkeys For Sale Before having any dental work done ,I Fippen Adams, piano tuner, of St. 'I Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-

,. v Durham, U. S. Marine, Old English Fine turkeys, home-raised, for call and have the new things explained':Augustine: will be in Titusville about ager. On the European plan-furnished a
!.- ,; Curve Cut Van Bibber,Turkish Trophies young and Christmas, for sale to you. II i I the latter part of November on his reg- rooms and quick lunch. Centrally -
Thanksgiving ,
White Rolls. I Office in reading room of Indian River ular professional trip to Titusville. Be located.
25c.
BANNER DRUG STORE. at per pound gross.T.. A. ROBINSOV, I hotel, door opening to the avenue, until I' sure and leave your order for tuning
new office can be completed. early at the Indian River Music House, and Grapefruit Trees
& City Point, Florida, I I I Orange
DR. MILLER, Palm Beach Dentist. ,, as his time: here will be limited. j
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IC1 ;r Stove Wood Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high

I am offering 16-inch pine stove For Sale For Sale Draying hickory hammock. Free from white

has been turpen- One pair thoroughbred 4 months!I I fly. One year to two year old buds.
wood that never Five English Berkshire brood sows, Draying or hauling of all kind?prompt-
; tined. All other wood you buy now old pups, cross between setter and in fine condition. Bargain for anyone ly attended to. alerts all trains. Stove Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully
has been turpentined; 25 cords cut pointer, will be of right age to train wanting thoroughbred stock.E. wood for sale at all times.. packed and delivered at Oak Hill

1 .and dried ready for delivery. when season opens. Address D., care B. ARNOLD. H. E. HOLTOV.Titiiville station. J. W. GRIFFIS,
, G. G. HOWARD. STAR office. I I I Malabar, Florida. Fla. i Shiloh, Fla. /'
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\-' : .,. I Labor Leader Sentenced. COMFORTING WORDSMany .

W- : Business Agent McGee of the New

f r England Iron :Molders' union was t
: Florida Household Will Find)
sentenced at New Haven to one yearn a

the county jail on the charge of Intimidating -
Them So '
t '. workmen at the McLagen .
& Co. factory In that city. Notice of 'To have the pains and aches of a had 'i

+i,. an appeal to the state supreme court bark removed; to be entirely free from :
k- was given. annoying, dangerous urinary disorders is ;
; is enough to make any kidney sufferer! .-
'- Actor Hitchcock Indicted. grateful. To tell how this great chance can ';

} Raymond Hitchcock the comedian be brought about will prove comforting t
;:T 1'-.i. who recently has been playing in "A words to hundreds of Florida reader ,.
: Yankee Tourist"! at New York was In- Oerting, seaman, of 419 I. !St Penearola -

..' 1 dicted Oct. 30 in that city on the Fla., tells bow to do it. lIe pays: i-
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"From with Doan's Kidney
: a. ;7.-- 1: .5 ; :: charge of wrongdoing with four younggirls. experience t.r;
:: :: Pills I can strongly '
.:I ,' lIe had previously been released j'
them in need of medicine .
to a good
Minnesota, chairman of the committeen and complete publicity in the capitalization on $3,000 bail since a previous arreston anyone
for the kidneys. Kidney complaint
I POLITICAL j I appropriations of the house of representatives and operation of all such cor- the complaint of one of the girls. and backache caused me suffering at !intenals .::

and a number of other porations large; enough to have a On the day of his indictment he failed for years. The first or second attack ',

i; t Attacking; the Supreme Court. Congressmen have sailed for the isthmus monopolistic influence should be re- to: appear at the theater, and it was I did not mind but as time went by j
to make personal inquiry into the quired. No expression was thought thought he had fled to escape appear- they grew worse: and at times laid me up. 1
3 e _..1. Added emphasis is lent to the recent present and prospective monetary fitting on the conflicts between state ance in court. I could hardly walk and it was a difficult ,
s'' deliverance of Chief Justice Clark of needs of the canaL This is done to and federal authority pending the final matter to straighten after stooping while
{ \; y' North Carolina in an article in the enable congress to act intelligently in decision of the supreme court on this Six Months For Gillette. the kidney secretions were irregular and
} -r.: Arena denying the authority of the making appropriations for carrying on subject. The aged Dr. Walter R. Gillette; unnatural! Doan'ff Kidney Pills curedme.

% i supreme court to nullify acts of congress the work. former vice president of the Mutual From personal experience I know
.e. by a striking paper in the turf Hotel Home of the Wealthy. Life Insurance company nearly collapsed that this remedy can be depended uponto
Seattle
rent number of Van Norden's Magazine Socialists Arrested.A Already more than one-half of the when Justice Dowling of New fulfill the representations made for It."

4.. ,. from the pen of Franklin II. G id- number of Socialist speakers and BOO living rooms In the new Plaza ho- York formally sentenced him Oct. 28 For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.

A; -:" ; dings professor of sociology and the sympathizers have been arrested in tel, which was recently completed at to a term of six Foster-Milfcurn Co., Buffalo, New York, _
Seattle. Wash., for sole for the United States. '
4$ history civilization in Columbia uni speaking on the the corner of Fifty-ninth street and months In thee agents 1
public streets. Mayor Moore has declared Fifth avenue New York Remember the nameDoan.sandtake
,
versity. Professor Giddings undertakes s city, at t6 penitentiary on
J to show that the people of the United that he will not allow the street cost of 112,500,000: have been takenin w his conviction no other.

r ; --1 States "are awakening to the fact that meetings while the Socialists insist on the form of suits as permanent ., upon the charge The most unique theft on record a.

,,l; neither the Mayflower compact north bolding such meetings; nightly and homes for millionaire* families under : of perjury In at- Trenton, :\...'" was committed recently
Declaration of Independence neither h lave secured about forty speakers yearly contracts. The rentals of these (\ tempting to conceal when a man entered the house of Mrs

-,; the'federal constitution.! nor the Gettysburg who will is continue their work until the tenants vary from $15.000 to $30,000 a \\1t / from the Catherine Hittle and stole two canaries -

r address of President Lincoln. created supply exhausted. year. The suits include parlor din i grand jury the from thein cages says a special

r J''. ";: popular government IB America." ing room. library and varying numberof existence of the dispatch to the New York World. The

x X- He admits that we have learned a few I F EXECUTIVE I bedrooms all opening upon a private bribery fund policeman to whom the case was re-

" s ;';, *:. things in our century and a quarter, hall, which in turn connects witha ,. created by his ported said it was "a bird of a theft.
JI '., but,bold that we have squandered It public hotel corridor. This insures'prh'acy company to control -


f.,.. ancestor The cash balance in the treasury has set of rooms. Warming and re- Argument was Mrs. S. Rosinthal, or Tn mer. Michigan -
\ been reduced to about $17,000,000 by frigerating in the i fUll to be made
a worship with apparatus private d\ gays: "We have used Chamberlain's t
:, .:.A.. much gazing upon the distribution of funds among national pantry is connected by chutes and 4 :, on a plea for a Cough Medicine for ourselves and child

; the body ofr" banks during the recent crisis, tubes with the general kitchen in the Dr. W. R. Gillette. certificate of reasouuble ren for several years and like.it very
1" e institutions b equeatbed and the officials have decided to cut basement, so as to ;give a dining service doubt. much. I think it is the only remedy
r' ,'. by the down the amount of the balances the advantage of a perfectly equipped which if granted would allow the release for croup and can highly recommend it."

r fathers. lie asserts standing; to the credit of disbursing hotel plan but in the privacy of of Dr. Gillette on ball pendinga For gale by Titusville Pharmacy and

: ,.I, that the officers. Thus by a simple act of book- an individual home. Names prominent decision by the higher courts. Counsel Banner Drug Store.CASTOR.

f ;' s real task of creating keeping the available cash is increased among those who have taken suits for the defendant told the judge

.j .-,.:. popular for the time being by many millions of here are the Goulds Gateses and Vau- that be believed a sentence to prison

= ( government lies dollars. derbilts. Single; rooms may be rented would amount to a death sentence IA

.. I all before us Change In Homestead Regulation for $4 a day and double rooms with Nevertheless District Attorney Jerome For Infants and Children.

c :..: and that people An important change<< in the regulations bath for $G a day. The hotel willfully be said this eou'.d! not weigh with thf

\.- '' are beginning to for acquiring homestii/s on the occupied when It houses COO people court, inasmuch as it was Involve ir The Kind You Hare Always Bought ;;
-j.: .' i Professor Giddinjs.: see thIs. According public domain has been announced by because so many rooms are used: what the man had brought upon hiu- I

J., Giddings, Hamilton set up class Commissioner Ballinger of the general as parlors and dining rooms. self by his acts which could not in th Bears theSignature d / 11

government America, and we basis e land office. As an additional precaution Students Abolish Hazing. interest of Justice be overlooked. <'iilette's of'' \ I II

i:' never bad anything else, but in doing against fraud all persons making; The senior class of the University of counsel contended that if hi-s .I !
i'-' ,a so be gives Hamilton credit for sagacityand homestead entries on public lands aft North Carolina has adopted a resolution client had done wrong it was ont u; iOHAMBERLAIWS

1&.y. .;, statesmanship. It was then and er Nov. 1 will be required to proveactual : the loyalty to his superiors and that hr
commending sophomore class
'. there the only thing to do. The AmerI residence on the land for four for the manner in which the latterbody stood there suffering for the sins nf L j;

"< can colonies were not ready for real teen mouths before they will be per has turned its face resolutely others. i if
!j.-r democratic government; bence the expediency mitted to "commute" the entries to against the tradition of Later Gillette was released on $1:;..
Sincethe
hazing.
,i' 9 *... l' of making the government obtain title by a cash payment Heretofore students of this institution have 000 bail a certificate of reasonable .

stable by creating a select governin; the period of actual residence taken the matter in band hazing has doubt having been granted. j .

i.; -, \ body-namely, the senate and givingthe has been eight months. The ruling become a thing; of the past.

.4! president veto power. The firststruggle will not affect entries made prior toNov. I Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer
between democratic elementsand 1, 1U07.Oklahoma [

.:, r, s --t the upholders of privilege came a State Nov. 16. I r RELIGIOUSProtestant I .! Greatest Blood :Purifier Free DJJffiJA I : :CEl"-"I"

'. with the slavery issue and when the A typewritten parchment copy of the If your blood is impure thin, diseased, .., _!,.,..
I "' electoral college gave way to popular constitution of Oklahoma has been Church Union. I! hot or fall of humors if you have blood \A: _"J\;, : v yt
t 4 nominating conventions there appearedan poison cancer, carbuncles, eating sores, : ,
placed in the hands of President Roosevelt The Evangelical general conferenceat scrofula, eczema, itching, risings and ;
antidemocratic
than the king power in "more efficient by Go"ernor'rantz and a delegation its recent session! at Milwaukee tooka bumps, scabby, pimply skin, bone pains, few doses of this remedy will invariably j
parliament.wbl
of Oklahomans. The presidenthas decisive step toward the union of catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or cure an ordinary attack of J
b had been
created Inadvertently made known his intention of signing the Evangelical church and the United skin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm diarrh&a. 1
'4. namely, the power of the supremecourt the constitution and of proclaimingthe I Evangelical church adopting the report (B. B. B.) Soon all sores hf'al. aches It can always be depended upon, i
: as Interpreted by Chief Justice new state on Nor 16. of the committee on revision, and pains stop and the blood is madepure even in the more severe attacks of 1
r Marshall to nullify acts of congress by I: which and rich. Druggists or by express cramp colic and cholera morons.r j
recommended the
r- \ declaring them unconstitutional." Thanksgiving Day the 28th. appointment t $1 per large bttle Sample free by It is equally successful for summer 4

Professor Giddings says it I is' idle to The president has issued his annual of a commission from each church to ing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. B. B. diarrhoea and cholera infantum in
1 e debate whether the convention of 17S7 proclamation fixing Thursday Nov. 2S, arrange details of the union. It was B. is especially advised for chronic, deep children, and is the means of saving r 1
Intended to create this but. as the day for national thanksgiving.He also decided to open negotiations with seated cases, as it cures after all else tails the lives of many children each year.
power
granting that such refers to the danger involved in other Protestant churches including When reduced with water and
a exists it is
power our the Methodists Presbyterians, Daptistsand CAfiTORI11.: sweetened it is pleasant to take.
great prosperity and that
not idle to ask if that is the conclusionof says a
great democracy like ours can live Congregationalists, with a view to Sean the Ira Kind You Ham Always Bocgtt Every man of a family should keep I
the whole
matter. He holds
that the this in
remedy his home. it
only if a keen of a federation on all lines of churcbwork Siguture Bay now.
sense
unconstitutionality of an act of con righteousness Into c2'4 #-.1-- PRICE, 25c. LARGE SIZE, 50c.A .
t gress is not established until congress and justice dwells in the heart of the which denominational differences of -
ordinary citizen. .do not enter.
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court. lIe believes that congress will I SOCIOLOGICAL ] Alfred Fa rlo\v. the official spokesmanfor

invoke this amending power for final, the Christian Science denomination

., judgment when the people become really bns Issued the following state-
Hiroal
j is
sore !
Civic Federation Platform. ment in a ti
democratic. This he declares to be reply to the rumors regardinga
.. the Issue of popular government: in The report of the committee ou successor to Mrs. Eddy: "Mrs. Eddy '
dangerous
'' resolutions In the National Civic federation founder of malady f
:f America -the precise point at which the faith and today in supreme
rr the democratic convention at Chicago last control of the Christian Science '
attack bu't
upon privilege don't)! need 'to
must be made." week urges upon congress a new law church, will have no successor. Neither you
for the curbing; of trusts to meet tbec"banetl Mrs. Augusta Stetson, the leaderof 1
i Popular Senators In Jersey. tie sock around
ill i Governor conditions which have arisen the New York church nor the Lady t
Stokes of New
Jersey has during a long period of active progressin Duumore who has been prominently j

signed the Colby bill providing for the enforcement of old laws and in mentioned will ever fill the position your neck to cure it.., 'J
popular expression in the
selection
of the removal of abuses in the i
occupied
United management today by Mrs. Eddy. With
States
senators. Under
this bill
ifil I 3 of corporation The change the death of the aged leader the Christian :1
1.000
t
voters may file a petition with
suggested are. first to permit agreements Science church will have no single Illy
the
t secretary of state indorsing mALLARD'S
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between
railroad :
"OlllOmtions personal leader. The business of -
member office. of their political party for that on reasonable freight and passenger the organization will undoubtedly be ISNOW "

rates subject to the approval of the considered by a board of directors. ( \ : / 1

My r's Parcels Post Programme. interstate commerce commission, and while the memory of the founder and %

Postmaster General George von L. ecoid. as the next step in executing discoverer will remain the only I name LINIMENTTrill ..
{ :Myer at the Philadelphia Union league the will of the |>eople to secure; "jus ever connected with the faith."

meeting outlined three plans for postal tice and equality of opportunity for euro that throat in short order. -
a progress which will be recommended allthe creation of a nunpartisnncommission BaHard's Snow Liniment 1 .
penetrates the
I r ti to the next congress as follows: First in which the interests of I LEGALCRIMINALGreene I in; free circulation, giving tho muscles more pores elasticity, promot

: .. the postage rate on packages to be reduced capital labor and of the general pul I ;

t from 16 to 12 cents a pound; lie shall lie n'pre ('nt{'(]. : and Gaynor Must Stay. CURES ATSMCUTSSPRAINS., BRUISES, .

}''. $ r ,. second the limitation of weight of [ This i-omuiisslon should be empowered I The circalt: court of appeals, sittingat WOUNDS, OLD SORES, STIFF JOLVTS.

-"r packages to be increased from four to : to deal with the whole subject of Montjioujery.; Ala., denied a bearingto BURNS AND ALL PAINS.

+ + oJ eleven pounds; third a parcels post: to business and labor combinations and Colonel C aynor and Captain Greene .

_ t be authorized from the point at which report such plans for the formation now serving prison sentences' for the GAVE INSTANT RELIEF. ::1
the rural delivery route originates and regulation of corporations Savannah
a> harbor frauds. This means Hrnry Stone, Provo, Utah. writes
; with rates of 5 cents for the first shall preserve individual initiativecompetition that they must serve out their four Snow Liniment for Neuralgia Tooth-ache: "I andfloreThroSt*

-"' g 1, pound and 2 cents for each additional and the free exercise oft I years in prison; at Macon Ga.. and pay which upon application gave me instant relief. I ,
pound to eleven pounds. free contract In all business and Industrial I their flue of $..7r.77lM unless they can mend it as bemf the best' Liniment I have can recom-
ever used In
Bank Crisis Before Congress. relations." i show that they are not possessed of pain caused from Neuralgia, etc." cluing

Representative Sims of Tennessee bas: In connection with this law the more than $20: each, in which case they PRICE 25c, 50c AND $1.00

Indicated his intention of introducing Civic federation urges that legislation may serve thirty days more on accountof

i at the coming session of congress a should modify the prohibition now existing the fine.

I. S resolution of inquiry by what authority against organizations of lalx>r. Judge Grosscup Indicted. Ballard Snow: Liniment
I associations Co.
of of farmers and combinations
Secretary the Treasury Cortel-
Warrants issued at
Charleston. ill,
: ol capitalists whose business
I t you went to the aid of the banks with the bin for officials and employees of the Mat 500-502 North Second Street,
interest
c5 public The prc>i>osei.commission .
: the
government's money. Other southern should toon City Hallway company as the result ST. LOUIS -
make a thorough! -
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; members are said to share Mr. of .
: i inquiry into the system of federa a wreck on that line In'tu!
Sims hostile attitude toward this policy -
In
license for incorporation of interstate gust which eighteen passengerswere ;
t I of the
government.
killed included one against Fed-
concerns. The inspection and supervision -
'"; To Study Canal Needs. of great producing corporations eral Judge Grosscup. a director. CrimInal and Recommended by

Rt> rt"SeutatfnJ.meg A. Tawny of should be enlarged and extended, u negligence the cbanre.tending to msnslaughtr Tit;Bannor Pr tig*<*y a.nd

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'.: :j):: imsomsDf ; who has planted halt an acre near Na- their value for growing tobacco if the Burned to a Crisp. .- A Square Deal I II
>
ranja and is having' the experimentmade He writes follows t
s" )i t-s people so desire it. as (,Gainesville Sun.) Is[ assured you when you buy Dr. Pierce

in the best possible manner. : "Mr. Avery G. Powell, editorof Family medicines-for all the Ingredients -

;: ;., }fft":: PAIR FLORIDA Lake Butler Star. the Lake Butler Star-From the enclosed Information has just been received entering into them are printed on
: here of the horrible death of Settle
; J _. the bottle-wrappers and their formulas
< "4"'t--.E Four hundred sacks of Arrow feed you will see that the depart
ti
Robertson, colored, fifty fire years of are attested under oath as being complete
21l tuff, manufactured by the American ment of agriculture has agreed to send and You know '
t,is Being Done Towards the De- age which occurred at the home oi correct. just what you are _
,,: Hominy Co., of Indianapolis have been experts to Jasper to examine the landsIn paying for and that the ingredients are

-.t 1-: ; Telopment if(/ the Peninsula seized at Tampa by Deputy George A. that section to determine if high her brother, Charles Simmons, near gathered from Nature's laboratory, being

,
-kj.j- Gordon where she has been makingher selected from the most valuable native

& < _Brooks.Mt Is now connected- with Bell at the warehouse of the Peninsular .: home for the past few years. The medicinal roots found growing In our

= the'outside world by long-distance telephone Naval Stores ,Co. The feed stuff death woman' American fore(Tm ,.. was caused by the @ harmlas
are perf&tir v to the -
people of Lake Butler and vicinity a most a
Till be old at public auction from the !
clothing becoming Ignited, and he- delicate worn a t iI c Not a dro1! il
warehouse within 30 days. The seizurewas would like to have their land examined 'w''ho P" tutu t
Pensacola city- Improvement bonds body was burned to a crisp before aid pr P r () H'"' rPt "
made upon an order issued by the If so, I will do all I can t have it f'r ; ,s liSt nt or rI
.w to the amount of $350,000, have been had ever reached her. n .
done. Please do me the kindness to 'tpnln1Z n
,sold by: the bond trustees of Pensacola Commissioner of Agriculture of Florida The woman, who was a widow, with Ii I t PC lI late in October the feedstuff arriv confer with the people and advise me re n refine *nii> Kent possesses 1
to New York several children
bond dealers. was living with her Intrinsic meaictiizi of Its
of their wishes. Resp:. Frank Clark. properties own,]
fug in Tampa Friday. The commissioner valuable
being most anl anti-
Shipments of fish on ice from the brother Charles Simmons, a progres- a antiseptic ,
-Lake Butler ferment nutritive and demul-
complains that the consignments Star. soothing
sive colored farmer of that section.As .
port of Punta Gordb for the week ending cent.

r? Tuesday 'night amounted to six not )abel'according to the pure A\telegram received early Thursday is the custom Simmons with his Glycerine plays an important part In
law. Dr. l'it>rce's Golden Medical in
Discovery
car loads in bulk and 115 barrels ag ood morning from Sebastain tells of the de children and the children of the victim the cure of indigestion dyspepsia and

': gregatlng 167,000 pounds. One night last week while a young struction by fire of the warehouse of ate breakfast and went to the weak stomach, attended by our risings,
x heart-burn foul breath coated '
professional man of this city was enjoying Wm. Braddock at about 10:30 Wednesday field to work leaving the woman to in tongue, ,
poor appetite, gnawing feeling stomach
'Any'pe'rson watching the discharge- ice cream with some lady night. The house which was the attend to the household duties. When biliousness I and kindred derange-!
ing of freight from the and dents of the stomach fiver and bowels.Besides '
Tarpon
friends in one of the drug stores, some property of Mr. Braddock, was rented one of the children left the Said to go to all the above .
distressingailments
other vessels when they land at the mischievous boys tied a tin can to the by Mr. Sloan and contained a stock of dinner he discovered the woman layingin the curing"l oldt>Medical Discovery t
St. Andrews will be Is a specific for all diseases of the
wharves certainly mucous
:
rear of his automobile creating a merchandise which was completely destroyed the yard burned to a crisp tone membranes, as catarrh, whether of the

surprised at the amount of business frightful racket when the young man by fire. A partly filled gasoline of' her stockings still smoking.No nasal passages or of the stomach bowelsor j
It furnishes the best of pelvic Even in its ulcerative ''t
represented.
started down the street with his ma- drum exploded during the fire, particulars of this awful accident U will organs. to this i
stages yield
sovereign rem-
f I evidence of the growing prosperity of chine. With an ea** alert for unusual and rendered any attempt to save anything could be learned, as there was no one edy if its use persevered in. In Chronic

the drews St. Andrews. Bay country.-St. An- sounds about the auto, it must have impossible. The origin of the present when it occurred. The woman, Catarrh while taking of the the Nasal-Golden passages Medical it is well Discovery a:

Buoy.A been nerve racking until he discovered fire is unknown and only wild surmisesare however, was subject to epileptic fits for the necessary constitutional ,

few 'years back E. E. Ropes sued the real cause of the noise and was relieved ventured as to the cause. The building and it is supposed that in some way treatment, to cleanse the passages freely
two three
or times i day with Dr. Sage'sCatarrh
T Judge Stewart for 90000. In the plead of the fear that the axle had was situated near the railroad sta? her clothing became ignited when she Remedy. This thorough course {

Ings before the circuit court Judge turned or the king, pin had slipped a ion, but no serious damage was doneto ran into the yard became excited, and: of cases treatment generally cures the worst J,
{
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.rr 1 Jones struck the case from his court cog.-Daytona Gazette News. other buildings. The loss is estimated fell into a fit before she could crt In coughs and hoarseness caused by bronchial ..

4- Ropes appealed to the Supreme court, This month has witnessed a breaking at about $S00, which includes the tor assistance. throat in Its and advanced lung affections stares,the'except Golden consumption .1

and this week that tribunal affirmed of records in the Custom House. building and contents but It was not I The body was terribly charred but Medical, especially DUcorery"in those to a most obstinate efficient han remedy -on 4 t

the decision of Judge Jones, and Judge the post office and' the Internal reve- stated whether it was covered by insurance the 'coroner did not deem it necessaryto coughs caused by irritation and congestion of .
the bronchial mucous membranes. The Dis" t
Stewart is permitted to keep his.$90,- nue office. Yesterday the News printed or not.-Fort Pierce News. I hold an inquest after the particularshad eo..ery.1s not so rood for acute coughs arts- -
000. DeLand Record. lag from sudden colds nor must it be expected -.
the data from the Custom House On Tuesday last the carcasses of ; been learned. to cure consumption Its advanced
stages-no medicine will do that-but for all
The unfortunate buried
The Miami Board of Trade has com and ,the Internal Revenue department. two; whales were found by Mr. Joe. woman was the obstinate chronic coughs which if neglected

menced a movement to secure; the location Today it prints the figures from the Goethe in the shallows on Fiddler's Wednesday afternoon. tion.It,is or the badly best treated medicine lead that up can to consump be taken. ..

In that city of several cigar Post Officers furnished by Assistant point at Bay Port-the first ever seen There's No Use

pv factories and Representative J. W. Postmaster Allen. The total receiptsfor on the Hernando coast. They were
talking, yon can't beat Herbine for the Tat Most Valuable Set of Yackt and Bomt- B,
Watson has suggested that the city the month were $$10,764.50 higher male and female. The male measured liver. The greatest regulator ever offere Building Books," PuHitktd.. 1

: -charter be amended at the special ses than any previous October in the his- 18 feet in length and 4 feet In
r slon of the state legislature, if a special tory of the local office. The increaseis height or diameter; the female 14 *o from liver complaint, if yon are bilious RUDDER
and fretful its liver and Herbinewill
,
session be called so that the city very slight over October of last length, about 3 in height. It is supposed pot it in its your proper condition. Apositive i HOW-TO BOOKS

can legally issue bonds for thislpur year but greatly in increase of September they dame into the bay last Sat cure for constipation biliousness, Over)oco boats have been built from the Iin sprinted

of the current year. Stamp tide remained too long dyspepsia and all ilU due to a torpid in these books-Successfully: sailed hi
b \ urday on spring every clime and upon every (ca-Full detail
pose.On sales for September 1907 amounted to liver. Try a bottle and you will never drawing of an parts showing what it is and
,
water.
'Saturday last Mr. John. Sand- and were caught in the shallow
use anything el e. Sold by Titusville how to nuke a-Text extreme/! supple

mark, while fishing north of the inlet $7.702.15-Tampa News. Mr. Goethe saw a great commotion Pharmacy and Banner Drug fetore. HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50

saw a bottle drifting to the beach and Prof. E. G. Cantrell principal of the there Saturday but did not investigate.A twerp M font, fwd...racing..nlJM.C boat Loon.for a..boy..J to tobadd tear,MM frame bnaia*all(bo.. {

upon examination it was found to Santa Rosa Academy and High Schoolat gentleman visiting the coast for fish REASONSFor HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK '

contain the following note: "Mallory .Milton has been placed under arrest says they are called minnow whales. ib. A 1.a"r fine boat Ha.b for aftmo-Hi-or.dalrk.n tailing' or.wr.aIeup.toorkmr abort b i

i 'Line Steamship 'Colorado: Oct. 23, by Sheriff Mitchell by order of the 11 '. John C. Law, our tax collector, Buying a High Speed, Ball risk full f ana ul pictn'rtof completed boata. S 6,
.
Bearing HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
1 1907. Latitude 26, degrees 50 minutes sheriff of Franklin county. Prof Can- saw the larger of the two and says its Xott wmrful rmrmc aurbiM ever dmawJ i yrtetrfancr 1
Ann.,AM sad Autnfia to build
auf
in i tuj |
t ,N.; longitude 80 degrees N. W. One trell is wanted in Apalachicola to mouth was large enough to have swal- "Standard" Rotary Shuttle to wia w Uu In

Mobile lowed Jonah and not torn his clothes. HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR
passenger from New York to stand trial before the circuit court now LAUNCH
Simple end. pr.tiest.so.iaq bow to-....IMM|
Ala. E. O. Smith, Iaster.-Tropical in session there on the charge of Brooksville Argus. Sewing Machine b.U ior uewitkuy Motor. aeveraktherpiaaa

HOW TO BUILD ,
A KNOCKABOUT
Sun. killing a negro. At the time the sum- Mrs. Barrs who lives in the cottage A fuw all anaad rnntn* boat, good cabnitebfe .car.sir.
;
.. .....
L The votaries of Hallowe'en deserve mons was first served Prof. Cantrellwas just south of the old C. M. Brown place ONLY ONE REASONFor i Cur ba law (
HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DHAUCHT SLOOPA
the thanks of the merchants of West ill in bed and could not respond in now occupied by Mr. Louis Lang, had buying other machine >rrr little u Jj>z boat with modente OT rkaa a antmall
any Mil
k';' __ Palm Beach. Their usual vagaries on person and Judge .Malone raised the an experience the other day that she pUa. '
vii It is cheaper. But there is HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
the anniversary of their patron saint bond for appearance from $500 to $1- does not desire to have repeated. She E*,ytoUil Ie beg,. itbcaa lw built wj cbeoplj,either atop w ca4 ng
: were not only harmless but last night 500. Prof. Cantrell has resumed his was working around the hearth when more difference in the quality HOW TO BUILD A MOtEL YACHTA

.' each duties at the public school under the she the of rattlesnakeand rompleto dnrnptioa of bow to build a model sin Umat
vry useful, for they covered heard song a than in the price. r aluff ued la iul BK......,... ;

t.- : window within reach of the city with surveillance of Deputy Sheriff Mann; scarcely had she located it when .

"- soap. The consequence is that on pending an adjustment of the matter the reptile struck at her, but she The "Standard" ROTARY SHUTTLE PRICE $1. EACH

: Saturday the town will exhibit clean quickly got out of the snake's way. NEVER STOPS when the machine is in PilE PAID BY CIPfttM ANYWHCHC
E. E. Ropes has filed suit in trespass
a operation. Old style shuttles, start and BounJ h cloth-Gold lettering-Sue of pagt
windows on every hand.-Palm Beach She then procured her revolver and 9 by u inches-Large,dearly-drawn plans. -
tt\t claiming damages of $8,00000 STOP TWICE to each stitch. Just thinkof
News. with the assistance of a colored woman the extra strain and wear that this
and naming as defendants over two THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

tom, A press dispatch from San Juan, hundred boys and young men of the armed with a kettle of boiling makes! The "Standard" Rotary Shuttle a Mgiuur Bratty New YOUR. U. S. _ij
moves on continuously without a jar.
Porto Rico "Gov. N. B. Broward water, waged war on the snake. Mrs Sfnd postal for Catalogue of Books
.i:: says: town. It is supposed that this case is The needle bar has only two motions to "afktswian'i for

of ,Florida has transmitted to Gov. the outgrowth of the wrecking of Barrs shot at the snake three times, every stitch, whereas the vibrator bar has Library. r

; Post a resolution of the Florida legisla- Ropes' little shack on Pine street, onHalloween but did not hit it, owing to the shattered four.No --- ,.
state of her nerves. The woman heavy balance wheel required to
ture committee of five : negro
a three
appointing
Ropes
years ago. carry motion over the stops and starts.
and appropriating money for the purpose claimed a title of some kind on a lot I however, soused the reptile repeated The momentum of each stitch helps Ferryse r1a- .

of obtaining the remains of Ponca in DeLand, and on this he built a little I with the boiling water before make the next. menthutwitaproprtcnlti are sot an eperi ..a..'

c I he made his escape. A remarkable Le<"> noise than any other machine sationtcyassitce success :
: de Leon and requests his co-operation shack. We believe that he was subse-- RUNS 75 PER CENT LIGHTER from the start. Cxrsiave eodo'
about the snake Is that the htt at nor di.a
p'antic
.0 The ashes of Ponce de Leon, the discoverer quently fined by the mayor for violat thing THAN OLD STYLE MACHINES; Oointmeot at harvest Get ;

of Florida and I the first gov- ing a fire ordinance. This fine we think little baby had been playing about the The fact that it is the most rapid sew.

.. ernor of Porto Rico are buried in San was subsequently remitted. At any hearth just before Mrs. Barrs saw the inz machine made is conclu-l\-e proof thatit
is the lightest running, and good evidence -
the
snake. It is certainly wonder
a
Jose church San Juan. rate the I>ojs got gay one Hallowe'en it is very quiet. ,

morning at Pensacola night and upset the building. It is pos- child was not killed.Ocala Star. It is the most rapid sewer-makes two

Early Saturday motions of the treadle to three of other for biggest. surest, best -
sible that Mr. Ropes action may be crop J
Mrs. Marie Hickey, wife of Patrick Ship was on Fire.A machines in sewing the same length of d at a I(.rater*. Famous for over
Hickey of Apalachicola, cut the throat based on other grounds.-DeLand Sup- "earn. It makes Iii stitches while others 50 year 1907 .ed Ammmal
Pensacola dispatch dater Friday tree 03 request
of her husband while he was asleep plement.D. make 100. D. M. FERRY JL CO.,
says: With her cargo of 500 sacksof It makes both the two thread lock
and then committed suicide by s'ash Perkins Smith, tax collector of kainit afire an-a the crew exhausted stitch and the single thread chain stitch.It Detroit Mich.

lag her own throat. Hickey is in a Volusia county, returned to his homeat makes the prettiest and most elastic
from fighting the flames the Norwegian -
critical condition. It is said Mrs New Smyrna the latter part of the stitch. 50 YEARS t
bark Barossa from Huelva for
Tensions not changed by change of
Hickey has several times been an Inmate week from a four: months' trip touringthe EXPERIENCE ,
Pensacola was towed into port today. speed, size of thread, thickness of good, t
z4F.. of private asylum and was only continent of Europe and he had
a Tugboats immediately went to the res- nor Imgtli of stitch;-"hat other machine
recently removed from one by her nus- the time of his life. While taking his ran do as ranch?
cue of the vessel and tonight the fire
band The Hickeys are said to be meals at cafes in Paris Perkins had a Does not break thread when machine
: Is under control. The fire was mused ill run bji'kwanl!"_ .
connected in Apalachi": hard time to get what he ordered The
prominently
1 Th> "Mandard" hv the
r by; spontaneous combustion ana I notary luprerthnMun
la. French waiters couldn't understand of anv lo'k. while the vessel has probably not been TRADE MARKS
Perkins' French he was trying to get 100 >ardsofNo, S0otton.
Association har\e
t- Manufacturers damaged to any extent the damage to The tension is released when takingout DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
off and the Volusia man hated awfully Ac.
received five million of the new cigar the cargo will probably be heavy the trots
sketch
sending and
Anyone a description may
bands which are designed to be usedin that he couldn't understand the French While no survey has been made the The shortest, needle used in l xk stitch qnlckly' ascertain oar opinion free whether an
invention H probably patentable. CommonlontknsMnctlvoonOdentlal.
the Frenchman was shooting at him machine*therefore Ur, liable to bendand -
the West Protective Handbook on Patenu
connection with Key
; cargo and vessel it is believed, have skip stikllt'I. cent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
At one breakfast Perkins ordered, in Pat flu taken through Mann A Co. receive
The bands are very .
stamp. been badly damaged. Early this morning Feed motion all po!'iti\e-no spring rptnal notice,without charge, in the
he breakfast bacon
attractive bearing in miniature form Frencji, a- thought, in the darkness while fighting the I n!-'e l-hence machine will feeil over all
liver and grits and was served with a thitknesae of and without Scientific American.A
goods
A seams .
the center of the protective stamp dames the mate of the bark fell
piece of tenderloin horse steak, French "chewing" the cloth, no matter what handgomelv illa!trate<3 weekly. Trrestclr.
=4 general use of this band by membersof through an open hatch and was I length of titch. eolation of any unentlUc Journal lermslja
rolls and a bottle of wine.DeLand rear* four months.$L gold by.ll "e-e ...leMl.
the association will be an effective Drought ashore and sent to the hospital \\illwear twice as long; as other lockstitch
Record. MUNN & Co.3616roadwal, New York
z method of preventing box stuffing.and critical machine
in a condition.Be .
Branch Ufflo BS; F 8L.WanhtDBton D U
Hon. Frank Clark writes the Starto Be et set of attachments in any mathine .
the
will be an additional guarantee to ,
the effect that he can secure the H-lf a.ljn!'lmj:, and fastened to the
smoker that he is getting the genuine Charitableto presser bar in place of the f,:x t. KILL THE COUCH

article.-Key West Citizen.A services of government experts to your hon:;:es as well as to yoar!'el& You Rest ball bearings, fitted with adjustable CURE THE LUNGS
come here and examine our lands as to need not suffer from pains of any tOrt.- cone sx'rews to take up wear.M AND
bond election will held ift Tampathe threaded of inarlnne
your hor>-s need not s-nuVr Try a tattle easily any
second Tuesday in December to There is no Reason of r"lIar.I'now! Liniment. It cures all made

raise $500,000 for a new, city hall, a why baby should lit" thin and fretful pam!;_ J. M Robert", Bakersfield, Mn, Ileranseall sewing machine companies WITH Dr. King'sNew
your writes: "I have used your liniment for are tTtifvin! t<> the eii|>e'ioritof the"standard"
hospital a new bridge over the Mills- dunn the night \\urni- are the ten year*and find it to be he be t I h:ie Rotary Shuttle by bnnviiu:
street paving and sewers cause of thin, sickly babies It w natural out and offering for sale shuttle
river
boro ever used for man or beast Sold bv Ti- rotary DIscovery'
There are many who are convinced that a healthy baby should lie fat and tnsville Pharmacy and Banner Drug machines These machines they do not .
,
sleep well. If baby does not retainits
yonr sell
attempt to knowing defective
More they are -
'V: .. the homestead section of ''Dade county food, don't experiment with colic FOR PBICETfUUioeree
.,_ owing to our control of basic patents; COUCHS t (
{ will produce as fine tobacco as can be cures and other medicine, but try a bottle CA..J..ORA. but they do use them as an areumenl

- in Cuba and a few parties are of White's Cream V t"rmifngencl yon against. rotary machines in the effort to AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
Bun tu
grown will soon see your baby hate color and ell! their old style ibrator-
_ making experiments along this line laugh as it should. Sold bv Titusville BipaWl ca/ GUARANTEED SATISFACTORYOR

Y : Among them is Hon. J. W. Watson Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. cf Sold by IRDIAK RIVER MUSIC HOUSES MONEY EEPUNDED.tl .


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A' THE FLORIDA STAR
,, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15, 1907 ;


'c "4 '..';- 'THE.FLORIDA STAREnteredstthepostoflicestTituavilleu MIMS back to their pretty cottage home on Extra Session Talk Ivi

.. the bluff. I I
Masters is
Hendry in the
now
-t17l'.. em- The opinion of John S. Beard that,
'.,; -? of L. L. Price. Mr. R. W.
l9y Beaujean continues to
?' ,,4.. -tecond-class mail matter. according to his construction of the I I

,.,f Ih"" ,/ Some of our' truck growers will bring some fine pineapples to our state constitution, the legislature
?,Rugs B. Wager, Editor.ad Pabll.h r. beans. market from his Melbourne Beach I i 1
? soon begin shipping
, "I-- ... ,. may pass a blanket prohibition law,
plantation.Mr. .
,= ,' *": ., PUBLISHED D EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Orange shipping is now in full has been reprinted in nearly every paper v 11

-,* blast and good prices are being ob Claude Beaujean took the Melbourne in Florida. 3 t

J V ::: A "leading Boston banker" is rained Band and a party of friends The suggestion made by Mr. Beard

t'\); &, ., quoted as saying that he hopes business Mr. Bores, from Valdosta, Ga., o.Eau Gallic in the launch Jessie B that! "should the governor convene

,' will be dull and times slack this has arrived here and will occupy the Sunday afternoon.Mr. the legislature in extraordinary session s' jt m:

Mims hotel. C. T. McBride Mrs. C.J. Hector and in his proclamation
: A: ., winter, so as to give the country time specify J

1 4* to rest up and catch i breath. This Mr. B.-F. Whiting, of Valdosta, and Mr. Will Scott went to Jacksonville state prohibition as one of the pur- -, hl' 'S

%: "/ 'Boston banker is the sort of fellow to was here a few days ago looking after last Sunday for a few days' poses for which the legislature is convened ;

visit with friends. or if after convened he directs
his ,
?t orange grove.A. ,
.. make times dull and slack with his
'h s..k.; talk. M. Terwilliger is making a success Bishop Wm. Crane Gray will hold the attention of the legislatureto

fr: sorry boating his oranges: to St. Au- service in Holy Trinity church this this subject, I think that a state

r" gustine where he has his Friday evening. All are cordially prohibition law could easily be passed
&I The Socialists of New York seem new packing C Sia
: house. invited to attend this service. and I am firmly of the opinion that
L to be feeling their oats these days.
t
the
will f
: : :t' .Chairman Hopps of their executive The little daughter of Mr. Tom Mr. S. B. Whitacre has bought out courts of such uphold"the constitutionality tt'tk, %,I,
law is the
Bevil died Mr. Ed. Stephenson's interest in the para-
Saturday night from
committee makes the prediction that malarial graph that has attracted the most f.L ,< ,
:
fevei* The remains were laid fish.business. Mr. Whitacre will continue -
two years hence the Democrats and comment by the state due to
. to rest in LaGrange cemetery Sunday to serve the public in that line press,
#f'Repubhcans will have to unite their the possible call of an extraordinarysession
.. '.. afternoon, funeral services being of business.Dr. .
forces if they hope to prevent the of the legislature by Governor '
conducted by Rev. W. F. Allen, of L. A. Peek has gone on a visit 9'113S.
= Socialists from sweeping the country. Broward.
'itnsville. tq St. Petersburg, where Miss Agnes 71ILDRED
k, The
probable call of an extra session -
*, ; :-- Considerable interest has been The people of this section are all Gibbs, sister to Mrs. Peek, is very is not being received any too KELLER..

t' opposed to buying road machinefor :ill. We hope to hear good news of
., ;: aroused in Richmond over the asser- a I favorably, yet the fact that blanket RESTORED
TO HEALTH.
her speedy
the recovery. .
|' .' tion that General Grant at'one time purpose of building a hard prohibition measure might be put
THANKS TO PE-RU-NA
surfaced road. Everyone is
heartily
:, offered his services to President Davis through, provided Mr.Broward mentions -
: in favor of good roads, but such a A Human Match Factory. it in his call directs attention
or
,
:;. of the Confederacy. Rev. Dr. J. Friends Were Alarmed-
high price for road
f- machinery is out .. to it in his message to the legislature -
Williams Jones, chaplain and historian of the question. Advised Change of Climate
The body of the average man contains if it is assembled, seems to
of the Confederacy has said that
:\ phosphorus sufficient to make 483,840 have a placating effect, and many of Miss Mildred Keller,713 13th street,
GEORGIANA
"j'J'r. he had no knowledge of either GenFJ matches, enough to fill about 6,000 tuxes the N.W., Washington, D.C., write:

eral Grant or Admiral Farragut have Mr. Price had quite a serious fall illowing eighty matches to the box. papers are being won to the idea "I can safely recommend Peruna for
Phosphorus is one of fourteen elements of an extra session, even though it
catarrh. I had it for years and it would
last week and
.- ing made such application. was quite badly bruised entering into the composition of the body.It would cost$20,000.Tennessee respond to no kind of treatment,or if it
: and shaken. [ is divided among the bones,flesh nervous
did it was only temporary, and on the
. Mr. Henry Watterson, editor oft Auntie Hughes has returned from system, and other organs. Without slightest provocation the trouble would
Democrats
p ho>phorus the brain would: be weak the are makinga
\ : the Louisville Courier-Journal, is not Augustine, where she has been the body feeble and the bones would disintegrate move towards the nomination of a come back.

" 'J. 0 pleased by the fact that his state, past ten weeks. leaving man a squidy inverte- southern man for the Democratic friends"I was were In alarmed such a about state me that, and my I
' \ b rate squirming in the dust. The select candidate for president in 1908.
- Kentucky, elected a Republican governor Did w e not speak of wedding bells health of the human body requires a perfect was advised to leave this climate.
Then I
I tried Peruna, and to my great
; in the election last week, and last July? Yet, it seems, not every balance of the constituent elementsof Always Was Sick joy found It helped me from the first
heard them. which it is composed. The carbon dose I took and few
:' is he not satisfied with one a bottles cured
particularly ron, lime sulphur, sodium etc. must all When a man says he always was sick- toe.
1 the assertion of some of the Demo- Mr. Corwin arrived from Cincinnati be replaced as they are used up in human troubled with a cough that lasted all win-- "It built up my constitution; I regained -

cratic leaders that the result might t last Sunday to spend a few da'swith energy.and the circulation Take all the iron from the blood iav er--he what never would was you sick think since if using he should Bal-L my appetite and I feel that I

his relatives, Mrs. Peachey and stops. That's death. lard's Horehound Such am perfectly well and strong.-
I have been different if he had exerted Change the proper proportion of these exists. Syrup. a man Keller.

himself'a little more earnestly in behalf family. substances to each other destroy their Mr. J. C. Clark, Denver, Colorado,, We have on file many thousand testimonials -
Mr. and Mrs.White out driving natural balance In the body, and you destroy
were writes: "ForvearsI troubled like the
was with above. We
d of the ticket of his party. the balance of health. can give
on Tuesday, after two weeks of :a L severe cough, that would last all winter our readers only s slight glimpse of the
THE FOOD WE EAT. I This[ cough left me in a miserable con vast array of unsolicited endorsement
t!, '0 The political events of this weekin very poor health. We are very gladto Where do these essential elements of dition. I tried Ballards Horehound Syrup Hr ll,"tmanis receivine

t l this state have been the announcements see them out again. vital force come from? From the food I and have not had a sick day since That's
Light showers and cool weather we eat. How are they extracted and distributed what it did forme." Sold byTitusvilleharmacy ANTED Local representative for
I 4' made by John N. C. Stockton t to the several organs they sustain ? and Banner Drug Store. Titusville and vicinity<>
:1', but we need more rain. Those gar ? The are extracted and distributedby I look after renewals and increase subscription
... for governor:and Wm. J. Bryan for the stomach and other organs of digestion list of a prominent monthly magazine, on a
dens on high land and away from the and nutrition. What happens!' Harsh physics react, weaken the bowels salary and commission basis. Experience
t United States senator. Both of these artesian wells are getting pretty dry., when the stomach Is"weak"? The foodis cause chronic constipation Doan's Regoletg sirable, but not necessary. Good opportunity
aggressive politicians I i only partly digested and assimilated. operate easily, tone the stomach, cure consti for right person Address Publisher, Box 59,
men are par Mrs. Price has put up a large cy And then what? Then the balance of pation. 25c, Ask your druggist for them Station 0, New York
ticularly so is Mr. Stockton, whose health Is destroyed and there's blood
t' press tank at the Black house and is "trouble,"nerve trouble" lung "trouble
active work in a political campaign making little improvements heart "trouble" or some other "trouble"

i .- is always along on the "firing line.'' about the many house,getting things ready with the the hunger vital cry organs of the of the starved body.organs.PainIs If want sweet music

1 ', Mr. Stockton has already been as for: Mr. Linn and family. health What? then is the logical first step to you

sured the support of many personsof George Carter walked into the Put the stomnrh and organs of digestion
and nutrition into a condition of sound
;:. political influence who opposed house l last Monday p. m. to the great health. That i* just what is done by Dr.Pierce's in home

him four for United Statessenator. and Golden Medical Discovery and your buy a
years ago surprise delight of his family. that is Just the secret of the many marvelous

This easily makes him the He has been in Deadwood, S. D.,the cures effected by this remedy.
No medicine can snake fat or flesh.
strongest candidate so far announced past two years, but thinks he \ViII Food alone can make them. Only the

for the gubernatorial position. We spend the winter on the river. stomach from and the its food allied the organs elements can that extract FARRAND ORGANSold

Carl Wittfeld make flesh and fat and sustain life
is hard at work
tx can look forward for a lively cam get-
Nerve foods"blood-roaking" ('in(>!i:,
k paign for the above two political offices ,- ting his launch ready for the season. are mere fads and fallacies. The stomach

before the He hopes to have her in the water and organs and distribute of digestion the and food.nutrition pre
coming primaries. pare
Indian
I this week. Miss Mary is getting the Dr. Pie>rcc's Golden Medical Discovery by River Music House
is not cure-all. It does one thing. It
Fine Financing house thoroughly cleaned, painted, cures diseases of the stomach and organs
T etc. It certainly looks as if someone of digestion!' and nutrition. The rest Nature TITUSVILLE FLA.
f An exceptionally fine example of does. Nature feed: the nerves enriches ,
was expected in the near future. the b'ood.! heals the lungs and restores
financing is presented by the deal be- the failing vital powers. "Golden
*' Ben Jones and Williams are at Medical Discovery" only removes the
'% tween the National City Bank of work obstructions disease has put in Nature'swar. : "
"
again repairing the wire fence t" ro-f't""r r0'r"c-C"t" ..
$ New York and the UnitedStatesgovernment. north of Georgiana, putting up new There is no alcohol in"Golden Medical -- -q "

_ Discovery and it contains neither opium, 1
wires, posts, etc. The the
people on cocaine nor any other narcotic. IN"torI'If'rcp.
r The National City bank, it must be island are very fortunate, being free holds no secrets from yon-he tells i SCHOOLBOOKS 1l
you that the .ni verl. contains the
stated, is controlled by what is now r from cattle, hogs and fires. Those following ingredients: Golden Seal root.

= known as the Standard oil crowd who
j Eight years ago the bank bought the citizens and are willing to take care Chemically Pure Glvcerine
From "Orjrmici..>dicines." by Grover b
old custom house at the price of $3,- of them. COP, M. D, of New York we extract thr p

the of The fire at Lotus following: "Hvdrastis (Golden Scab .x-
265,000 by process drawing it was plainly visible i- erci-es an especial influence over mucous

:' check for $3,215,000 and depositin from Georgiana last Friday surfaces.' Upon the liver it acts with AND
equal c'rtalntand efticacy. Asa chola-
that sum in its own bank to the credit There is much sympathy felt for Mr go-rue (liver -invigorator it has few SUPPLIES
equals. In affections of the and
Puckett and spleen
family and
S k of the government, with the under everyonhopes e abdominal viscera generally, it is i f an
s that they will return and rebuild efficient and reliable rf'ml'dy.1so In
standing that the other$50,000oul their home scrofula' glandulir diseases pemmllv -1 l Wholesale and Retail l lfl
E','', be paid when the government moved very soon. They cutaneousertiptionsindizestion.debilityso
are the kind of people we want t diarrhua and dysenttry. constipation
t;; out of the old custom house into the piles and all morbid and critical die Mail Orders
tjti have settle on the island and \v charces." 1 Promptly Filled

s, new one. would be very sorry to have them F. Kllmewood. M D.says of Mow: root
Meanwhile the title to the (Collin nia). "stnmiht the stomacl
J- property leave Lotus, even for a year or two act as a tonic to enfoeMil iiiiiMiitar THEH.&W.BDREW CO. l
rested in the government, not in the stricture of the heart and has a direct
influence upon tonic(weak and dilated
Ii4 bank, so that no taxes could be collected l- 'lIlf .n'd day and night the torment of or otherwise impaired condition of the :
tchni?i lies Nothing: helped me until! I Uot'ft veins. It snitc: l JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t
is!! a ronmlv in pile-
on the But at the U* "Ointment It enrwl l m- .
property.
Iv*'-Hon.John 1:. iarrrtt. Mayor pernnnenl Groan t 1. catarrhal jristntis where thocimila- '..------....... --.-- ...,............,....
tion defi-ctive.; either "'(
is It alone 'r" ,
i same time the National City ban Ala __ with hvdrastis. j Is of first or Import-combined 12.J'.J..J.:. .J-J.J.J..Jj.J ,l.J..1J..w wJ..J ',.I .l

t collected an annual rental from the MELBOURNE ance. They increase the appetite and
greatly improve the digestion and assimi-
government of $130,600, amounting lation of food. Good for rectal pains and
Mr. Castle has charge of Mr. C. T
piles of theprctrnantwoman. Is
heart
,. in eight years to $1,044,800, and hadf tonic of direct a
McBride's store this week. and permanent influentExtent -*-.
the interest for the same time on i its In the bicvclc heart in rheumatic 18 IT FAIR
Mr. Emmett Hedges is busy building inflammation and clergyman's sore ?
unpaid credit to the government of throat.
,a new cottage on Front street. American Dispensatorv says of Blond
$3,215,000 at 4 per cent., mountingg root "stimulates digestive organs. increases -
..-' Mr. Wm. Castle's new cottage i is
: action of heart and arteries-
to $1,028,800, and.what amounted to stimulant and tonic. To expect jour local merchants to carry a full stock of goods
finished Very valuable
and
neat homelike as ;a
presents a and be prepared to sell :you a few pounds of flour
a tax rebate of $560,000. cough remedy! -acts as a t'datl.-e-Iur- a necktie or a
appearance. ther valuable as an alterative few pieces of lumber for your conveniences, and then when

.' The present value of the propert) Mr. and Mrs. Luter, of Chicago The People's! Common Sense! Medical want a barrel of flour, a suit of clothes or a carload of lumber you to
Adviser is a valuable work for frequent send off for it?
is placed at $6,000,000. Casting up are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pain consultation and is free from technical

all of the figures, it appears that the Harrington at their home, the "Ce terms.pages It It is contains sent po over t paid one on receipt thousand of When jour town needs help, or a subscription for charity is

bank has made a profit of not less dars." sufficient in one-cent stamps to pay cost wanted, do you send to those merchants away from home and
of mailing on' 21 ask for it? If not WHY?
y stamps for a copy in Suppose you do pay slightly
$5,000,000 on the deal without having -|I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Barden, of clothbound flexible! paper covers Address or 31 stamps for a for jour goods at home, you get it back. Your local merchant more

ever put out a cent of its mone}. Owego, N. Y., are again welcome Pierce Buffalo copy.N. Y. Doctor R.V. helps pay taxes and aids in every local cause.
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** J v'SUNKEN- >Y CHT-'from them to all points throughout r
PREPARE
THE MIXTURE
.0' **:?!f' Ste '
;;;, H; ;%- { VAGABONDIA thd adjacent territory. The company .-
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;t-<< ,, ? 't' .,. has met with most encouragingsuccess YOURSELF AS ADVISED Ii

: > in south Florida and other .
Ripped Open By a Pile in Savannah HARDWARE
"T ', points where branch stations have
.River been established.A Recipe is Easily Prepared at Small! f, .

The! .steam yacht Vagabondia, owned Cost and Many Swear By It 1 '

r. > br: Mr. W. L.- Mellon, of Pitts- Narrow EscapeG. Mix the following by shaking well ina

burg which reached Savannah Saturday '. W. Cloyd, a merchant, of Plunk, bottle, and take in teaspoonful" doses Jas. Pritchard & Son
It after meals
ilo' had a narrow escape four years ago, and at bedtime:
expecting to take the owner when he ran ajimson bar into his thumb. Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half '

iff. ". aboard: for a pleasure cruise in Florida lIe says:"The doctor wanted to amputate ounce; Compound Karpon, one ounce;
h but I would not consent I bought a Compound Syrup Sarasparilla, three Handle the Finest Lines of
\ east coast waters, was ripped box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve and that ances. A local druggist is the authority

\44 'open Monday morning by a sunken cured the dangerous wound." 25c at Ti- that these simple, harmless ingredientscan Heavy and Shelf HardwareOur

r pile in the Savannah river at the foot usvi'le Store.! Pharmacy and Banner Drug our home be obtained druggists.The at. nominal cost from

+!tt of Barnard street. Everything was mixture is said to cleanse and

- i in readiness for the cruise when the The Confederate No Grafter strengthen the clogged and inactive kid-
: overcoming backache, bladder Stock of
neys
: trip,was.cut short by the accident. Gen. W. H. Jewell, in his address I weakness and urinary trouble of all kinds,

.;I' Capt. A. J. Conova was the first last week at Pensacola, severely crit- if taken before the stage of bright's Guns and Sporting Goods

one to notice that something was icised the pension law of the last leg- disease.
Those who have tried this say it positively '
wrong with the vessel, he awakening islature. This speech, delivered to overcomes pain in the back, is complete at all times .

'!; to find the craft listing badly to one the Florida U. C. V. by their com- clears the urine of sediment and regulates 3
urination, especially at night, curing
side. mander-in-chief illustration
: was a beautiful worst forms of bladder weakness.
'fI A tug was secured and started with I of their unselfish devotion of Every man or woman here who feels
that, the kidneys are not or acting Paints and Oils of Qualityone
t the Vagabondia across the river up the'interest of their country. The strong
in a healthy manner should mix this
.: ,stream to a place of safety, but she old Confederate was never a grafter, prescription at home and give it a trial, of our Specialties

sank within a hundred yards of 6I and now he is too old to learn the as it is said to do wonders for many perSons .

: shallow bank. art.-Winter Garden Ricochet. t k.
The Scranton (Pa ) Times was first to
Investigationshowed that the Vag- print this remarkable prescription, in
Quotations for large small orders will
I:, abondia had tied up at high tide over Letter to Winston S. Branning October, of 11)06) ,since then all the leafing or
Titusville, Fla., newspapers of New York, Boston, be given personal attention. Mail Orders .
the sunken pile, the water going out Philadelphia, Pittsburg and 'other cities ,
Dear solicited and
filled '
Sin A bank messenger lost a small E promptly
.t leaving the boat swinging, and as the coin. He set his bag down and looked for it. have made many announcements of it to

. tide went out the vessel settled on Found it, but somebody else had run off with their. readers. TITt/SVlLLE E
his bag.A FLORIDAiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin
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,., the pile and the strain was too severe, man who is going to paint had better look Brevard County School Board
1"0 puncturing a hole two feet in diameter out for his gallons. Devoe is the least gallons .
paint. The board of public instructionmet
in the hull on the forward quar- It's gallons that cost; it isn't the price of a Monday, Nov. 4th, with full i r
ter. I gallon. With one paint, 10 gallons is plenty; I board -- -
another, 11 or 12 or 13 and so on to 22 gallons present.
"o Capt. Canova and his crew were in and every gallon has to be paid-for and painted; I The minutes of the last meetingwere There will be war to the knife be- EAST COAST MEAT MARKET -
;.' -to to$la day for painting paint stuffed out read and approved. tween the American Federation of !
no immediate danger at any time and with some sort of whitewash. The less the Treasurer's report for Oct. was Labor and the National Associationof G. F.DURElf,Agent,
price of gallon, the the '
they succeeded in saving many of the Bank a messengers better more look-out gallons.for their found correct and redeemed war- Manufacturers. a

valuables on board and leaving the bags and not stop to hunt for small coin; and rants cancelled and filed. y.
craft before she finally disappeared property owners better lookout for the gal FINANCIAL SUMMARY. Wonderful Eczema Cure 1 Florida and '
lons that make the expense, and not for the
ut from sight. price which has nothing to do with it.Yours Warrants outstanding last report. $ 4,440.38 "Our little boy had eczema for five
truly issued this meeting_____ 2,402.26 years," writes N. A. Adam, Henrietta, WesternHeats
During the past summer the boat 50 F. W. DEVOE&CO. Pa. "Two of our home doctors paid the (;*

has been kept at Palatkaand went to P. S. Jas. Pritchard &Son sell our paint. Warrants paid in Oct. _______ 6,84264 60 K case was hopeless, his lungs being affected. ,. .r

Savannah last,week to Beet her owner We then employed other doctors,
t Trammell is Young Yet Warrants now outstanding_____ 6,782.3. but no benefit resulted. By chance we )
and party for the Florida cruise Total cash on baud_____________ 214 7J read alxtit Electric litters bought a bot- *. as above stated. I The Gainesville Sun evidently does tle and soon noticed improvement. We of all Kinds.
Deficit in funds 6,567.57 until several
The Vagabondia is probably afloat not think much of Park Trammell as ---- ------ continued this medicine
ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES. bottles were used, when our boy was }
again by today, but Mr. Mellon will a candidate for,the United States County school fund. completely cured." Best of all blood TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA i

not continue his trip to this state, as senate, for it says: "To say the least Teachers'salaries_____________..41,615.00 medicines and body building health ta
_________ tonics. Guaranteed at Titusville Pharm-
of
of it, Park Trammell is rather a Transportation popila 175(K
the accident has interferred with his Peter Bertleson, sap. for No. 27___._ 3.15 acy and Banner Drug Store. 50c. TIME IS MONEY \ ,
plans, probably he will spend a few young man to attempt to break into Wm. Maier paintinjr No. 101_______ 18.65 e s
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: the United States senate. His E. V.Hall repairs No. 17 5.43
days,near Macon, quail hunting, and only Hodgson Bros., repairs No. 22_______ 1.30 For Over Sixty Years
it is that he will later legislative experience has been in the E. C. L & Sap. Co.,material eta, for Mrs. Winslow has
return Soothing
possible Nos.20 and 22________________ 3412 Syrup
I' in the winter and take his Florida Florida senate, and The Sun knowsof H.-E. Wakefield,janitor No. 16_____ 7.00 been used for over sixty years by millions
nothing he has done during his G. F. Duren, cleaning yard, janitor of mothers for their children while teething
cruise if business will then allow,but No. 6_________________________ 8.50 with perfect success. It soothes the
I. he considers this improbable. term in that body that should war- American Book Co., free& H. S.books 194.69 child, softens the gums, allays] all pain,
rant the people in displacing such a Ginn & Co., H.S. books__________. 1364 cures wind colic, and is the best remedy
M Vagabondia is well known uppand .So.Scb. Book Dt>P., H.8. books7.04 for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
down the east coast, the owner faithful public servant as Senator H. & W. B. Drew Co. H.S. books__ 4.50 little sufferer immediately. Sold by druge'sts -
11.& W. B.Drew Co,desks No.6andCor
having spent several seasons here Mallory. stock _____________________ 89 40 in every part of the world. Twentyfive
Brevard Co.State bank. Int. for Oct. 5.61 cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
j aboard this craft. She is 96 feet Florida's Game Laws. Ind. Kiv. State bank Int for Sept. 5.71 "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and I "-

long 23 feet beam, 100 tons burden. Deer, February 1st to November 1st; Cocoa.. &.. Rockg.. News.. pub. finan.stat. 2.00 take TlO othllr k'nd. Gnarantee nnder
print'g rep.cards 7.50S. the fond and drugs act, June 30th, 1906. !.
Mr. Mellon arrived in Savannah quail or partridge and wild turkey, .A. Osteen sup. No.19_____________ 225J. Serial number !
Monday,accompanied by two friends, March 1st to November 1st; duck R. Walker& Co., sup. Nos. 6 and 5 1.15 10a3.-
J.R.Walker,frght, postg. sip,etc. 17.49 ---
Mr. E. N. Seely, Philadelphia, and April 1st October, 1st. It Is unlaw John R.Walker salary supt. for Oct. 75.00E. This is just as true in regard to Sewing

Mr. Wm. Morris, of Pittsburg. Mr. ful to kill game within one mile of B. Arnold per diem and mileage. 17.20 I ROBBINSGRAHAM Machines as anything else.
G.S. Singletou,per diem and mileage 1220 By using Long Shuttle Machines, no matter
? Mellon is president of the Gulf Re- West Palm Beach and St. Augustine. A.J.Carter, per diem and mileage. 9.80 how well made,you are actually throwingaway
Clay and Hernando county have spe John Henry, typewriting min.. for 3 hours out of
fining competitor of the every seven.
company, a pub.and ctf. for war____________ 2.75
Standard Oil, which is to establish cial laws. Deer, deer hides, quail 01 F. A. Drake,sup. for No.24_______ 1.00 co., THE STANDARD ROTARY SHUTTLE
partridges or wild turkey cannot he exported W. H. Hall 1.2 cost of line fence____ 22.00 SEWIKG MACHINEWill
k- branch stations at Savannah and Jack- I. E. State bank Int. for Oct.__.____ 13.18 (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $25,000.00
from the county. The sale if make 350 stitches in the same time Long
sonville which will be supplied by Sch. Fund "C"
; a of the above is prohibited. Non- Special Chap.5383. This company owns lands Shuttle Machines make only 200.
tank steamer direct from the oil wells any Susie E. Monroe,teacher No.105,Oct. 30.00 in the Indian River Country The Standard Rotary Principal is most scientifically -
Y citizens of the State must have a ,on the St.Lncie River, correct, which fact faa been proven
in Texas in the same manner as simi- hunting license obtained from the Total issue $ 2,402.26 at Sew River, and on Biscayne IIy 25 years of successful use in all parts of the )
lar steamers are now supplying Tam- Petition from patrons of Eau Gal- Bay. world and by our competitors continuously
: clerk of the circuit court in each coun- trying to copy it without success THE
and other Gulf ports: I lie school received, read, discussedand STANDARD GRAND ROTARY, THE
pa ty they hunt which costs $10 and ex PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMESSend
referred to Chairman E. B. Ar- OKLD'S BEsT SEWING MACHINE is two
Mr. Mellon states most positively pires oi\the first day of March. No one nold for investigation and report to for landlist. machines in one-Lock and Chain Stitch-

"that the Gulf Refining Co. is not in is allowed to kill in the same year December meeting.The OFFICES Ball Bearing Stand-Straight Automatic Lift. j
no[ not fail to investigate the merits of the .
F any way connected with the trust, more than five deer and five wild tur question was asked: How TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. fas-test. Most Silent! Easiest Running and the ....

but are simply in the field for legiti- keys. The bag limit for one day' much has been received for tuition of most durable rowing }hotline made, THE t

mate business and with that purposein hunt must not exceed 20 quail and 2 non-resident Nothing. After children discussion? the Answer board: 0. A. STEWART a jT."ND.\RORTARY.revelation." Write for prices demonstration and Easy Payment -
Individual 40 Flan. Gnarai.tecd Machines +
view we are steadily pushing our wild turkeys by an or Sewing
passed the following: f 12.00 up.
business forward." quail and 4 wild turkeys by any number The Standard Machine Co.
It appearing to this board that FIRE Sewing ,
forming a party.10 dotes Is also teachers the 58 S. Broad St, Atlanta, Ca.
The company.is composed mainly are not enforcing non-
: of Pittsburg capitalists, although the limit for a day's shoot. With this resident tuition law, it is ordered The Standard Sewing Machine
Information studied before tIle shooting that the superintendent, be and he is Insurance i is sold by the Indian River
considerable stock is owned by a num- 1
season begins, no one need violate hereby instructed, before deliveringto Music House, Titusville

ber of Texas business men, as well as the law unless doing it wilfully.Weekly any teacher warrant for the last TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI

a few others in various parts of the month's services, to ascertain how

country. The bulk, however,is own- Weather Iteport. many non-resident pupils have at- represent some of the leading Spend a Pleasant j
JCPITEK FL.'.. Xov. 12. 1007. tended each individual school of the '
and Texas. Mr.Mel- of the world and
,- ed in Pittsburg companies any elf
county, for the current term, and dour
brother Mr. Comparative statement of temperatures business entrusted to me will receive tP
his
lon the president ,
> ; and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. to deduct from the salary of each and careful attention
A. W. Mellon, who is president of 1907 laor teacher the sum of $:>.00 for each and prompt

the Mellon National bank of Pitts- DATE M\X. MI*. )I\X. MIX every pupil whose tuition fee has not -- -
Nov."H 6.1 "S 73 been collected and reported.The .
Mr.William Flynn Mr.George 54 77 74
burg; 1. tiO
question: of removal of Lotus
r 77 5.S .1 72
y Davidson and Judge James H. Reed R 1'1. 77 70 71 72 school house was discussed and board I

are among the leading and most noted 10. SO<'< 72 71 fU rejected proposition to change loca 1
S5 'S M 6'2
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Pittsburg members of the _firm. .. 12. 81 71 !SO 56 tion.Bid u 4
Mr. Allan Bond, president of the Total rainfall for the week .13 mcms i of Fred Humphries, to paint l
Departure>> rainfall for the week minus .51 Indianola school house for $25.00, accepted -
I' Allan Bond Coal company of Savan1 inches. and contract awarded.Bid looking ftft' UM HENRY BOSCH COM-
of the New York Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus! Sar.Ma.I hlve will Ibeas big ANY WALL PAPER Mmplcs at rear j
:_ nah, and a member 18.6incht's. of W. A. Chancey, to erect Yes my child. If you don't a goose use asjou OWB k...-mttan* comfortably in year .
stock exchange, is also interested in H. P.HAKDIN. wagon shed at Cocoa for $130.00, accepted MAGIC eurekurl You can mat. a bett.-.IKtioa 1
WHITE
Official in Charge. and contract awarded.Jas. SOAP.Rub that way than by muackfnr the it rY .,
the company. ----- --- Mitchell was appointed Magic on soiled parts leave them 1 In .. I.. tb. wh.l. li._UM very Utwt!
The bulk of the petroleum proI My Best Friend supervisor water one hour. No toiling no washboard dedcut-th. loveliest tint and nrhett
for school No. 16 at Cocoa. no backache. if you use MAGIC WHITE color effect,in clod IB r inserted pctUrr.. t"
ducts handled are brought from the Alexander Benton, who lives on Rural --- POAP. Will iron easy as magic;has no rosin E.erytbing reed in wall MP.n i* tk.Bach .

extensive oil fields owned by the com- Route 1, Fort Edward, X Y, says: "Dr. Biliousness and ConstipationFor like send In yellow vt {4 soap..CO for Get I box your of grocer 100 5c.to cakes.orderor Iiae. 1
I King's New Discovery is my best earthly years I was troubled with bihon. We pay forfrei bL Sate the wrappers, It'* economy tor-ye* rt the Invert
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in Texas and which are being of asthma six and which mad l life N w To'k-Chicaco prins.Will
pany friend. It cared me years ness constipation MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld call with Bach Sampb*-
rapidly developed. The company, ago. It has also preformed a wonderfulcure miserable for me. Mv appetite failedme. any bear you D&11HI. Look
already of incipient consumption for myson's I lost my usual forCtand vitality. New Orleans, La. them orcr to roar h aifi cos-
comparatively new, lent oblurauea tobar.
tent-not tM
though wife. The first bottle ended the Pepsin preparations and cathartics only If* adver- at
I maintains a world wide business and terrible cough, and this accomplished, made matter! worse I do not know whereI HANDY + z O.B:r"waDtI Fax**

: is, perhaps, the most successful competitor the other symptoms left one by one, until should have been today had I not tried MOTH PAPERA
she was perfectly well. Dr. Kinjj's Chamberlain's Moniacti and Liver Tab '
Ii'- of the Standard Oil company New Discovery's power over coughs and lets. The tablets relieve the ill feeling moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed V. W. ELDRED
is establishing under carpets or in the folds of fur and clothing -
marvelous. No other the
: in the field. The company colds is simply atoncestrenjrthen> digestivefunctions, it drives moths and I
remedy ha! ever equaled it. Folly guaranteed helping the system to do its work naturally away worry Twelve I
stations at leading commercial sheets in a packet carriage prepaid 10 cents. The Up-to.Date Painter and Decorator
and MRS, RosA POTTS Birmingham. Ala.
& tanks by Titusville Pharmacy Banner Six packets 50 cents if d doesn't haTe it.
points in the south. Storage Drug 8tore. 50c and $1.00. Tnal bottle These tablets are for sale by Titusville Madigan Powder Work.Election 846
, are constructed and the oil supplied free.' Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. ClarkeTlll,Iowa TITUSVILLE FLORIDA



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'! : PUSHING EXTENSION'WORK.i .
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:,' t Splendid Progress Is Being Made To
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;; <:"I- : -,', *--,'trs.t i L' \. The Miami Metropolis of Friday In connection y
: ;: :; It yon hanD't a regular healthy movement of the
well every day,jon'r*111 or will be. Ke p Jour the American tat3 -
S&w t \ -.ft; ,says: towels open,aDd be well. Foree.in the tbpe of
..:<\'. -.- .:; :\ The F. E. C. Railway Company Is Tiolent smoothest phyile,easiest or pill most poison perfect,it d1D way of ro1l11.keeping The New York city
-, the bowiU Clear and clean Is to take of the Intention of
f.J..Jf'r." directing the greatest of enerffl
:; : now
roads to curtail
; .: ; Dn the completion of the short trestles CANDYCATMARTtC r
mli s .- .. 41" ;: .. and roadbed across the keys connecting et charge especially of large those .

.j.,,<< ; .. Long'and Knight's keys at which gaged In E :

;; '! latter place another concrete trestle service. Indeed this

r., :: j-.ii' :: ';.< and Immense docks are to be built. ready commenced
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"rfW"4tij&. ik .: : Several hundred men are working on Oct. 29. thus 'oJ>:t1 f a t.t1.QAltl
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-. stop to every ;tk'tLZ
l Ls j }/; within the next week an engine and work on tbe
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l1-f :" ;., -4construction cars will ,be'ferried over EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY none of the
r PleMtnt. Palatable, potent, Taste good Do
., -. :' > l by barge from Long Key to the connecting Good. Never Sic ken.Weaken or Gripe; 10.to and discharged and '
?.' '-" 10 cents perbox. Write for free sample and book.
L4 ': .: key to aid in the work. At let on health. Address i33 for some time.

tr.-t>, 1, present the steamer. Kennedy is in service Starting Rented Company Chicago or New York. Strike Blockers Now

! :., Ii\ carrying iron ties and other material KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEANAn Now it is the "

I : : from the central supply statloL Is taking the place
to these keys. Exhibition of Wonderful Oratory. er !n a secret ('
f
. c f ,; At Long Key work ,is progressing (Ocala Banner.) plovers against the Heater
It, Some of readers perhaps read cording to an -
our
i satisfactorily and rapidly, though
::1*. f.-' J" handicapped for the past several days! the account In our Wednesday's paperof STW American
, the National : Device)
le,T* f.it:. 1 '. by the shortage of cement. As time the wonderful oratory of SergeantS. tion. The \\(' ('
L "< advances it becomes more evident the Prentiss. The writer said that he whoa au l h.-iltistrial high
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It >:-J ,.- : viaduct will have been completed and jras greater than Bolingbroke and pos- !n any are joins a

i :.t:"' ;:1' trains running across it and to Knight's .;essed more fascinating witchery of ferai?: \rti! the ,' ,
; ;\ peech; than did Charles James Fox. tH.! ivrriiT.-v of tIP or
? { : > Key by January 1st next. . .
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; : That In his two hours' oration he rose

It-: .-" Rhodes Scholarship Examinations rom splendor to splendor and carried bis.." says Ssngivtf.;
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coulhlfuu' vf each.
\. ::1- Ti _, I.';.. The qualifying examinations in Floe hit audience to mountain heights by of couix". his I : by-

tit "i;e,,: ida for the Rhodes scholarship, will th .,magic of his eloquence. That was vealed lie is the l long
zh :/ ''Vl take place in Gainesville on the 21st the oratory of the last century. The tion."* Ssujnve im

:" l .and 22d of January, 1908. This examination oratory of today is not so vivid, but is within the lust .
( /',\ embraces arithmetic geometry mure practical and more suitable to concerns have l/een ( Oil

Greek and Latin grammar, Greek and the requirements of the age. ery industrial ( .
The operatives nuw
> Latin composition and Greek and Lat Notwithstanding the extreme practicality already more than a
ftrv in authors. Only those candidatesare of the present time oratory is have been averted

eligible who have passed their by'> no means.. dead and Florida nas efforts are directed -

h, :'' nineteenth birthday, but have not passed many sons whose tongues possess ..his >lne the abilities of -
1" their twenty-fifth birthday before divine gift. leader. The phrase
.. John Beard of Pensacola has devel-- blocker is "reason i
October 1 of the year In which ther .
j.f !.. are elected. Before going into rest oped Into a wonderful orator; Will Thomas J. Farrell of
ted with being the
I -. 'e dence,.all students must have reached Bryan of Jacksonville is a master of blockers. lIe says ..

z: the end of their sophomore or second eloquence. Park Trammell, formerly of ions, but seeks -
r' "'1 f:J ,' year work at some recognized degree- Lakeland but now off''Tampa, has recently opportunities for

7 /t! '. granting university or college in the announced )its candidacy for Pittsburg Workmen \ !

,i .' -, r United States. Applicants who have the United States Senate, and is said It reported" from 1

: ) hitherto passed their qualifying examl to possess the witchery of eloquenceIn cause of lack of

... "''- l-' .: nation, are eligible to election by the a most wonderful degree. John have been laid off
; \- holarship committee. Stocktbn is direct and pleasant. Gil-: plant 'in Sharon Ii// .

)1. There are now at Oxford England ,christ is affable and pltasant.Olallry! lean Sheet and 1\
r : was closed down
': k '- two Florida boys who have earned the has charmed the United States senate.
the: officials gave: the
I ,, '.' Rhodes scholarship. Mr. Fritz W Florida has a right to be proud of ion: as to when

: Buchholz son of the dean of the col her gifted sons. They will all be In be resumed. The

lege for women was the first Florida Ocala at the "coming out" convention 2,000 men. The
.
.; ; student to be awarded. This month and there will be a flow of oratory, the ests laid, off 1.500
= -k Mr. Buchholz will be joined Oxford like of which has never before been house air brake

by Mr. Berkely Blackman of Winter heard in this state. Everybody oughtto half time and 800

, Park, who is a graduate of Rollins col. avail themselves of'the opportunityof were sent away.

: lege. Mr Blackman was elected by the listening to the speeches of these Latest Kink In \
On the Madison
,
"' committee last January. native sons of Florida. The "coming \
""
York a new type
... out" convention will be an unique and .a--.ation
.,...t..', This scholarship is worth 300 poundsper car has just been
year or, practically $1,500 of out unprecedented affair.A which is an \

money and is tenable for three years Good Liniment fort, speed and
.... The Rhodes scholarship trustees will Is known as the "
t When you need a good reliable liniment
longer than the
... allow a committee from the Genera try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It
. ;-r Federation of Women's Clubs in America has no superior for sprains and swellings.A has platforms so
t the passengers who
ei. I to make use of the Rhodes exam piece of flannel slightly dampenedwith
Pain Balm is superior to a plasterfor who leave. '
inations for determining the qualifications lame back or pain in the side or car at either end. ;
v ; of American women who mat chest. It also relieves rheumatic painsane only at the rear. S
; i become candidates for certain scholar makes sleep and rest possible. For lects fares at the "
sale Titusville and Banner
_. by Pharmacy
r 't ; ; ships at English universities during Drug Store. sengers enter so
. ]i" the year 1908. The privilege of these to go through the
rear platform
" examinations will be confined to cat Woman's Club Conference.The .
gers, and as soon as
J ; dilates who shall be able to present annual convention of the State ber are on he gives

, official authorization from the scholarship Federation of Woman's Clubs will beheld ahead. The

committee of the deraUon.I in Gainesville November 19, while the car is In
For information concerning the women's 20 and 21 inclusive. tons at every seat
scholarships interested ger to stop the car at
persons Speakers of public prominence will
The cost of each car
are referred to the General Federation be present and address the convention
of Women's Clubs of and no'"t Gold and Silver
I America Among them will be the well known The production of ,
to the committee of selection fo- club woman and editor of The Key try according to the

I Rhodes scholarships in Florida. stone of Charleston S. C., Miss Louisa rector of the mint .

N B. Poppenheim also Dr. Andrew Sledd was $!).t'i3WO: as
:j Orange Shipments. president of Florida State universityand 1S0.70O for the

(Fort Myers Press.) possibly A. McKelway, assistant principal gain k
Nevada. In
I i I ta Shipments cf oranges and grape secretary of national child labor com-
.,
crease of $: s700.
4 '
', fruit by freight for the week ending i mittee.An of silver was : :
k' '. October 27, 1907, are as follows: address will be given on Tuesday the commercial '

Previously reported 6,289 evening by the president of the federation against G.IOl.'iOO;

Shipped this week .. .. .. 4,609 Mrs. Clara \V. Raynor. year. The average

''i The social feature of the occasionwill SO.U1027.Chapjied.

! Total for season .. .. ... 10,896 be a reception Wednesday afternoon -
hands are 1
" .. Decrease over last year ... .45,575 November 20 tendered by the anplyinu -
j Number of boxes shipped since hostess' club. The 20th: Century oi 2cents.. For sale by of Art

' above report up to last night Gainesville. Also a musicale on Wed- acv and Banner Drug

'I 1' were .. .. .. ... ... 2,766 nesday evening followed by an addressby 'our home can be if
l: Bringing total for season up to. 13,664 Miss Poppenheim. The business A FACT Alabastine. For
true art and
p The shipments for season up to session will be held on November 20 ABOUT THE your home; deco-not
h Nov 2. 1905 were 32: 4:3ov.. 2, 1901 and 21 and will have full reports of with Alabastine

I were 44594. and to Oct 29.: 1903. were work done by chairmen of department: What Is them reflect your

l 10,413. and individual clubs interspersed with i;seldom that is not pos
discussions ':;; external of wall
, on civics juvenile, court covering.
, A Methodist Minister Recommends traveling library and forestry work. Teat majority of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ,n,1, red LIVER.

f We have! used! Chamberlain's Cough; LINGERING COLD THIS IS
I Remedy in our home for seven years which
; ; and it has always provH to IK a reliably Withstood Other Treatment But ted by e A
!' remedy. We have found that it would Quickly Cured by Chamberlain's and
I'i' do morethan the manufacturers rlain Cough Remedy know
for it. It is especially good" for croup color you
"Last winter I caught
a very severe
't and whooping rough,
HEJA IE8 A. LEWIS cold which lingered for week," pay? J. T utt' you

, : ; r, i Pastor Milaca, Minn., M. E. Church. Urquhart, of Zephyr, Ontario. "My
and harsh. The local
:< } .,' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ia gold! cough dealer was very recommended dry Chamberlain'sCough

"I !, Store.by Titusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Remedy and guaranteed it, 90 ]1 They control and

gave it a trial. One email bottle of i it They bring hope ) r; -.
I, Accidents will happen but the best.regulated mred me. I believe Chamberlain's Cough rcind. They bring
families keep Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil Remedy to tw the best I have ever n ed." ity to the body. .. .
A4Mn. ..
I.. fir such emergencies. It subdues the pain This remedy i i. for sale by Titusville .e
I, 4 sol heals the hurts. Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. TAKE NO



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