The Florida star

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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 22, 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:
UF00075901:00259

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

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TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1907


NO. 31


PARENT WEEK


Not toiw OqirqelPes Aloite, it tfoir t4e ood of Othlers Also.


pw Pr taalalg to eBats
TdiBg ut Tm
Special bargains in men's clothing at

Nedt TMorday, Nov. 28th, Thanks-
giving day.
M. 8. L. Rice eas returned home
hem asavral weeks' stay with her sis-
tw, Mm. Nb erm
Mr. Jom elds, of IMI-P p, % r-
ebmd a fine OW mare the first of the
week hem Mr. J. M. Osban.
Mr. & N. Gladwin is having an addi-
tion blt toi Ms cottage on Jlia street,
aw ib wl give him two ma reroms.
A eeaiet was killed in the swamp
near t enviet camp at Minm Monday
aftrmnI while tryia to make his

The M Victer talking hirere-
oals for December can be heard at In-
dim River Maie House Saturday of
st week tim kthb inst
Mr. and Mm. C. W. Doolittle returned
the A"g pg the week to Titavie,
and iw e gagegd 1oms at Mrs. en-
akaris t@ b Tituaville.
I p ta Set e articfial teeth
mde ihe triple setion and the
now -e M will certainly have sose-
thiag lthwMeh you ean chbewer money
I rd dmn l D. Mn ~
Mr. L. C. Oliver, of Jacksovile, ar-
rv^T esay to look after Mis orange
ew am daploemed of ihcep for a
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fG dm, madbi to Jackmeeir ret next
0- h r of the ty who
tm a feasity settled en oheir mast
Nube Iet onBopkim 1 -et for the
winter men. Their may Titusville

Oe etthe residents of the county who

Titwlle b ha requested uato call the
attetlim of the county fathers to the
*eem*t= o having the reIds repaired
at veal of the bridge on the county
read where the read has been badly
washed eSL
Mr. F. 0. Sebring, of Jacksonville,
aS of Baie. W. H. Sebring, mayor of
that city, hans been m Titusville and vi-
ieity for a few days the past week and
the present week in the interests of
Sgobel Day, the fruit auction special-
ists of New York city. TOa STAR of-
fice received a very pleasant call from
Mr. 8eb k last Friday morning.
p Gray in Titusville
Bioh p Wm. C. Gray arrived in Titus-
vile akday from down river points and
reanmed here until Monday, He
prea4eed an excellent sermon at St.
Gathl Episcopal church Sunday night,"
after hich he held a sort of informal
reception at the church. Bishop Gray
leaves in February next on his trip
through the Holy Land and tours in
several foreign countries, expecting to
be ahnent for a year. During his brief
stay in Titusville the bishop wa-, en-
tertained by Dean and Mrs. Robottom.

Special Bargains in Children's
Clothing at Kline's
Bo s' suits in extra quality of black
Thibet, worth $ 5.0, Monday's sin.-
ial, $49.
Bas' heavy quality blue serge.
suits, bloonmer trousers, sizes 7 to 17.
regular price $8.50, Monday $6.98.
'Another lotof boys' suits in hard
finish worsted, bloomer trou-.r.-.
special $4. Sizes 7 to 16.
smoking Tobaccos
Semation, Duke's Mixture. Bull
Durham, U. S. Marine. Old English
CurveCut. Van Bibber. Turkish Tro-
phies. White Rolls.
BANNER DRUG STORE.


e New Schloss odels
are now on display here. They will
set the fashion in gentlemen's wear
for the coming fall and winter for
they bear a certain air of individual-
ity that is instantly distinguishable.
thear t radical and yet there is
th that make these new mod-
e dand pe-uinmt as the artistic crca-
tin o maier talon
Schloss clothes are perfectly tailor-
ed and of precise fit, combining
sterling workmanship with the most
tasteful fashions of the hour.
The largest and best line of cloth-
ing, shoes, hats, men's and boy's
furnishings shown on the East Coast.
Senm us your orders.
WINSTON S. BANNING
Titusville, Florida.

Death of T. T. Wetmore
Our esteemed townsman, Mr. T. T.
Wetmore, passed away last Saturday
at 10:30 a. m. Mr. Wetmore was
well advanced in years, having been
born Feb. 10th, 1826, at St. Johns,
N. B. His health and strength had
failed slowly during the past twelve
months, but )he had continued the
care of his business until just before
his death.
He came to Florida about 23 years
ago and was in charge of the build-
ing of the bridges of the old J. T. &
K. W. Ry. from Jacksonville to Ti-
tusville and also the dock work on
Indian river.
He took up his residence in Titus-
ville 18 years ago and built the ice
factory in partnership with Mr. S. N.
Gladwin, afterwards buying out Mr.
Gladwin's interest, he has continued
the business ever since.
Mr. Wetmore had always lived a
busy life. IPevious to coming to
Florida he built many ships in Con-
necticut, some of them for the gov-
ernment during the Civil war. He
was a member of the Masonic fra-
ternity in Connecticut, but, although
he never affiliated with the Titus-
ville lodge he was in full sympathy
with it.
Interment was made Sunday after-
noon in the Titusville cemetery, the
services being conducted by Dean
Robottom, of St. Gabriels church,
assisted by Bishop Gray. who was an
old friend of Mr. Wetmore's, at the
house and completed at the grave.
The funeral was in charge of the
Masonic lodge here, which rendered
every possible assistance.
Mr. Wetmore leaves his wife, two
brothers and three sisters, all of
whom have visited him in Florida
and are generally known in Titusville.
Mrs. Wetmore has the sincere sym-
pathy of the entire community in her
bereavement. She left Wednesday
for Jacksonville to be the guest of
her friend. Mrs. W. P. Webster. for
about two weeks. Mrs. Wetmore
expects to make her home in Titus-
ville.
A cool drink at a cool place at
MANDY'S.


by Mrs. Wadsworth and Alexander
Wadsworth, his son. They left this
week for Banana river where they will
remain for a while. Mr. Wadsworth
had a very fine cabin launch on the
stranded Savannah Line steamer Birm-
ingham, which sunk in Boston harbor a
few days ago. The boat was over 30
feet long and well fitted up. Mr. Wads-
worth had planned for a pleasant win-
ter's cruising on the craft in Florida
East Coast waters, which has been up-
set. He was saved from total loss by
insurance to the extent of $1,000-only
partial value, however, of the boat alone.

Commissioners Road Meeting
The board of county commissioners
held a special meeting yesterday af-
ternoon to take up the question of
active road work and it was decided
to purchase at once twelve mules and
six patent dump wagons for the pur-
pose of building good roads in Bre-
vard county. It is said that this dis-
trict has about $1.000. and that in
the whole county there is over $141.-
000 available for pushing this w.,rk.
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wi spenaiu au uL TUwo wee~sa, aLter
which she will return and continue
her home in Titusville permanently.
We are assured that it is Mrs. Wet-
more's intention to continue the ice
factory business just the same as
managed by her late husband, and
the business will be looked after by
Rev. Wm. Stones, who has been in
charge of affairs for some time past.


The carriage at the big saw mill of
the Titusville Lumber Co. was thrown
from its track out onto the ground on
the north side of the mill Friday by the
clamp giving away which fastens the
carriage to the wire cable that controls
the operation of the carriage. The car-
riage is about 35 feet long and is re-
versed at a speed of something like 25


Thanksgiving Suit or .1 miles an hour, and with no butting
We have just received an addition- block to arrest its force the carriage
al shipment of Schloss Bros. clothes went spinning outward and landed clear
they are new, handsome styles, of the mill building. A negro standing
just the thing for Thanksgiving. If on the carriage was pretty badly hurt
you want something natty and new by the shock. The carriage was repair-
see these new arrivals; they are the ed and put to work again Tuesday.
handsomest garments we have seen
for a long while and they'll wear as Double Train Service
well as they look. Better dress your- Dlouble daily train service between
self before dressing that turkey.
Our prices enable you to do both. Jacksonville and Miami will be re-
We are showing largest line of up- sumed next Monday. Tie offtticial
to-date clothing, shoes and men's time card has not yet e-en received
furnishing n th at .. but -authbmiundi train :;5 will arrive
Titusville. .lh. here aiiout 11 p. in. and n'orthlound
train 2 will arrive here about :3 a. ni


v & iliclen 'ugILL t' IJuILitu k i !IiiIC111k* 'allUortIi i maJ .te1L ireiCUeV
Notice to Tax Payers miarl ro ad. It I., ex; '.ctt.e I t hr ~4 ~. i ~atand E-
Uznd,'r the P rt"~is~olit of sectior.0 an agn cnIt ecrd11. h *' .e;lg nt-'iih!a. *r~ a
charter -V,%*. laws of Florida. all taxes hr.st .f t he ve* nin -,th. V!"-i *thb i rig.-at Newivi.,
are-due and payable on the first (day of Urnli- fig nth M.-'ndaY'. S Wk,*
November. The law also loroviteVSirEat;Frx'v~.Idy ;~i ~s E .t.;* ~ti:
it any tax vay'rhall pax hKs rax..li- :ti~ ~ *
tween the first day of XNektti-A.. .r and F1,4;118 ""'A'.. *. *
the tirzt da%- of IDecenili.-fr be sall be w c ~ith Ci .A>I ij ut ia-.e.a ati hu I*jr J(%. .4 ,
alp t a dis.et'u~t of twto p r V lt tiic l. kt1* htInx! a :a- i.,IiI y.,Ij ~ t! t-1 1",*t .
tl'urt-froni: anid if i aid oi! uh1 first dlax -;- ak!1
of Dt-cailer. fir 'iktwevtiithat 'lav anti
the ;ws'T .1ay of Jaiiu"rv he ,hall iht* al- ~ o L .t.~r:trL :.ah~ n .:zV i-
loweti a tisc.ount of onie per ce traa ada ran' !it1'rO!,. ml-1~i IhI:. au' i
Itetm. els ci .flonthe fir.-t Mmida:.in April W t~i iflt-1t Z Y(\i'1.*.*.~ .'.* '.p
E. W. hALL. C has. A. Gair-inier h. '!n k
Tax (kilt-etotr Brvvartl tkpuntv ~.Just Received


Turkeys For Sale


Fine young turkeys--. boome-ransed. for jng dali ha & to! ~ 'l~I~
Thanksgiving and C'hrin.tnas. for :.Ile W Jt...T t~vi.Fla.
at 25. l. er pound grtbo.-s
T. A. RoIuINse 'N. 10FR ALk. CHEAP1'FORitCASH.


City Point. Fhorida.
Stove Wood --
I mg 16-inch pine stove; For Sale
wood that has never been turpen-; One pair thoroughbred 4 months
tined. All other wood you buy now old pups, cross between setter and
has been 25 cords cuts pointer, will be of right age to train
mnd dried r for delivery. when season opens. Address D.. care
G. G. HowARD. STAR office.


.kL00111t ON .J.i Id q I II II ItSl5uq On
the east or lvran -i.h- of t he Indian river
at the Narrto -. ,Jde.-cjiid as follows: Lot
No. -', -';ti.:,n :, aiso lot No. 3, section
36, in township .:1 soth. range 39 east.
This land iz unimproved but finely lo-
cated. For further particulars address
E. M. o1.4w.
Brocktonn, Mas-.


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F. 0i. t;. r. L. L;RADY & 1:i,..
Titusvilhe. F':a.
Fine Box Candies at the Banner
Drug Store.
Draying
Drayizig or hauling of all kind- projmpt-
ly attended to. Mt-ets all trains. Stove
*ood for sale at ali timie..
H. E. H.LTON.
Titusville, Fla.


Indian River Lodge No. 11M, K. P.

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Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hickory hammock. Free from white
fly. One year to two year old buds.
Prices from : t 35 cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
station. J. W. GRIFFIS.
Shiloh, Fla.


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LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP
AaraD IsCIDE S M" AND PERSONALS
AND INCIDENTS -,. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1907.AN P S A
Indian Head. 44 inches wide. spec-
Personal PM ps bot Peoplethat ially good for fancy work.worth Something Abot the People of Titus-
Travel Here and Ter! cents, Monday only, 19 cents per h aIle AS Come &ad Go
STmeI Hee d TadLinino, specially good for shirt: hillsas eyCoead Go
Mrs. Mary Percival. of Baltimore. ar- waists and suitings, already shrunk, Have your teeth cleaned, its the badge
rived this week to spend the winter with 36 inches wide, worth 35 cents, Mon- of civilization. DR. MILLER.
her daughter, Mrs. Harry G. Utley. day only, special 19 cents per yard.
Mr. Arthur H. McKeown and family, White India lawn, worth 25 cents. Messrs. L A. Brady and W. T. Math-
of Bellevue Pa. are expected to arrivelyi Monday only, 19 cents per yard. ers are riding new Tribune bicycles just
at their Rockledge home sometime this Children's and Misses' hose, fine recently purchased from Indian River
week. ribbed, worth 25 cents, Monday only, Music House.
Mr. J. D. Crabb went to Jacksonville 15 cents per pair. All sizes. Work at the Florida Extract Works
Monday to wind up some business mat- White linen table cloth, 72 inches had to be shut down temporarily a few
ters in that place and probably will visit wide, worth 80 cents, Monday only, days ago, owing to necessary repairs to
Lake City on his return. 59 cents per yard.
Do not think teeth cannot be extract- Also another grade, two yards the pump in the pan room,
edwithoutpain. I do it every day. It's wide,-worth $1.50, special $1.00 per Re-enamel your teeth if you want
only done successfully by a few. yard. something that will be a satisfaction to
DL MILLER. Special cut prices in ladies' dress you always. Teeth restored by this
Owing to a lack of state aid for the goo.. method have all the qualities of perfect
colored school t this place the school Ladies' badvoile skirts, withtw ethod have all t he qualities of perfect
will be closed after the 15th of next straps of taffeta to match, special teeth. D. MILLER
month. $6.49. The Western Union has replaced the
Mrs. J. P. Turner, of New Smyrna. Special bargains in ladies' coats. spliced telegraph poles on Julia street
gtand worthy matron of the Order of Ladies oxfords in all the latest with extra heavy chestnut poles this
Eastern Star, was in town Tuesday and styles, in fact they are already next week, which makes a good substantial
Wednesday to attend the meeting of spring's styles, inolden brown, pat- piece of work from the railway station
Friendship Capter. While here she was ent leathers am d vicis, in endless var- to the commrcial office.
entertained by Mrs. G. M. Robbins. iety of tyl0s, we can suit you and fit the commerial ollie
The closed season for mullet went into you, at prices that I assure you are The beautiful doll in Kline's show
effect last Friday, the 15th, to remain more than right. window is attracting a great deal of
so until the first of the new year. Not Mail orders promptly filled on any speculation as to who will get it for a
enough bottom fish have been secured of the above goods. Christmas present. If you will call at
this week to make shipments worth JUuLus KIuNE, Titusville. the store they will tell you of the umiqu
mentioning, the total catch of Tuesday
night being less than 100 lbs. plan by which it is to be awarded.
The Miami Metropolis of Monday ChuMrs. B. R. Wilson and Miss Helen
states that disciples of Blackstone are Dean Robottom will officiate in Eau and Masters Rush and Carl Wilson ar-
whispering it about that Mr. Geo. M. Gallie on next Sunday morning at 10:30, rived home Saturday from a pleasant
Robbins of this place, is likely to re- and at Melbourne on Sunday evening at two weeks' visit with Mrs. Wilson's
ceive a judicial *Dpoentment of promi- 7:30 visit with Mrs. Wilson's
nence in the near future. It will er- daughter, Mrs. W. C. Thomas, in Or-
tainly fall upon worthy shoulders. Regular services at the Presbyterian angedale, and also visiting friends in
While pending a few hours in the church Sunday evening. Jacksonville.
suburban part of town Tuesday we Rev. W. R. Lambert, superintendent and Mrs. J. H. Hogan arrived
chancedtotnmeet upwwith our friend, of the Florida Anti-Saloon league, will Monday from New York, having spent
Mr. Johni McCrory, who is in charge of conduct services at the Baptist church, the summer with Mr Han sie
field knowns Rice s garden, where Tituville, on Sunday, Nov. 24th Mrs. Gerry, at 11 the summer with Mrs. Hoganch.s sisters.
Messrs. Mcror, S. Norton ands a. m. Mrs. Gerry, at Rockaway Be^eh Mrs.
Messrs. McCrory, S. X. Norton and a- m-Hogan's health is very much improved
L W. Doolittle are trucking. They The regular conference of the Baptist the change, while the colonel i look-
have fine prospects for celery and are church is postponed till Monday at 7 by the ch ange, wlthoile the colonel s look stay-
growing sweet and Irish potatoes, to- All img wel although just out from a stay
matoes, peppers, string beans, lettuce, p m. All members are requested t of two weeks in the hospital in New
etc., quite extensively. We return attend if possible. York. Mrs. Gerry, who has been com-
thanks for their sending us some fine Y tork MrolGedrn whg hMbee t om
tomatoes and peppers from their gar- Will Continue Ice Business ing to Rockledge during the tourist sea-
dens. They are shipping beans now. son in past years, has not fully decided
Mr. A. S. Wadsworth, of Boston, who her f. Mrs. W. P. Webster, t about coming south this winter.
spent part of last winter in Titusville, erfend. s ebter to
arrived F ay -o nid this trip Jacksonville Wednesday, where she
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THE FLORIDA STAR RAYn., NovYMB 2, 1MW

children to suier schools is regarded I T oE
as favorable. He proposes to make
""the pay of the teachers accordingly f
? higher. in money and not In holidays
Si d and vacations. He argues, further. eores of ploi iti-ms
S. that short hours. Saturday and Sun-t Drd d
day holidays and long vacations, -in-
stead of producing the babit of study If you suffer from backache,
s eas among teachers, probably increases There is one way to cure i e
laziness.. to : p 5.L The perfect way a to cure the kidneIs.
Slaziness. According to this proposal A bad back means sick kidney.
no teacher would teach all day. but Neclect it, urinary tables fhow.
8k:1 .two or even three should occupy the Dean's Kidney Pills are made for kid-
same room during successive sessions. nevs only.
-- Japanese Scholar Excluded. .. B. Lemons, cig'renaker. Living at
-..--. The board of education of Savannah. "I ued Dean's Kidney Pills and y
.. ....'... Ga., has decided to dismiss George cured me of backache and disorder of the
--Jon ~Wt" "Yugama, the Japanese boy who was kidneys. Two or three times on account
ted dGovrn.or Warted l the em- voR nal recently admitted to the night school. of the pain in my back I was unable to
SPOLI T CtedA Govenr Wareld I the Dem- LEGAL-CRIMINAL His admission occurred during the ab go to work for several dayu. The secre-
POLITICAL r for the United States sence of Superintendent Otis Ashmore. tions of the kidney were in a very bad
te both p Bvl htmore e wasd t rural $7U '-000A Oil Funds Asked. When Mr. Ashmore returned and learn, condition, dark in color and if allowed
Sl o t stain&m e sed. Incomplete returns inoie Attorney General Davidson of Texas ed that the Japanese lad bad been ad- to stand would become of the conitea
In a formal statement issued at nt n has led suit at Austin against eleven fitted be declared that it was a break- of ell I trie a remedse
Washlugtom Thursday President Rome- that Austin L. Crothers. Democratic o an trhe acla lit wi what seemed like gallons of medicine a
ddte for gover P dent subsidiary concerns of the Standar oft racial wh coI also pt on plasters, but nothein help-
t sa the sult o the elections was or go or, had been elect- Oil company for penalties aggregating be tted in the south. The board ed me at all until I got Do's Kidney
streletty gratfylng" satd thato b Mr Miis lppL-L F. Noel for govern 75,900.000 for alleged slolation of the of education concurred in this view. Pills upon the advice of a friend of mine,
set a letter f congr ation to Mr.and entire Democratic ticket antitrust law. Ouster from the state and the boy will be dismimed. Os. and sing then acroint to reeton
* ey of JSe Francis e. Te victory anetd ent t ocratic ticket w and a receiver of their proerties a tensibly. however, the m will be they ared me in a very short tme."
s New Jersey. he says. is ast what Nebrka The Rep l an also asked for. on the ground that be is over the For ale by all dealers Price ) ns.
pe.d there the m le of theThe Repub school age. which will prevent the mat- Foster-Milturn Co.. Buffalo, New York,
McKaley ad tor nine years dates for supreme court and university At Hithok Surrenders ter becoming an international issue. sole agents for the Unitd tate
ag. As compared with etee s regents were elected by 15,000 to 20.000 After having remained In hiding a Remember the nanie--kNtn'se-snd
a comgh redplurality. week In New York city. baffing the mostn's N ow Cour i of Study. I take no other.
nt p. tein Reb iea l bare s eal ort- VirginWa.- Legislature largely Demo- efforts of the authorities to reach him. In the revised course of study which
go IN& th e R epublicas have done bet- rti as usual. Raymond Hitchcock voluntarily r- been adtedor the public schoos The wot uie theft on rord a
tie thelaks these vitorydent New Jersey. A rendered himself to the courts and was of Boston. says the School Journal. Trenton. N. J. wa emitted r ny
oe thr rt e toi tloe o I er n tabulation released on $7.500 ball on one of the English has been made the central ea when a ma entered the house of Mr
K McKinley vote. The result ine made It appear at six Indictments against him for abduc- ture. Arithmetic has been simplified Catherne IIttle -
t e I rst that F. A. Katz tion and assault Hitchcock refused and made practical in its relation to ries from their c ages, says a pecTl
Mal emattanseS. Tids t be wdeo bpeie enbach, Democrat, to disclose where he had hidden and. practical life. geography stress is dispatch to the New York Wor The
Iteae cses. The preidet went home had been elected In company with his wife, reappeared laid upon human life, commerce and policeman to whom the as was re-
governor, but later in the performance of "A Yankee Tour- industry. Commercial eograpy is rated aid It was rd a theft
LAM W ak's IES edts. returns gave the ist." where the audience greeted them given a prominent place. More time A 3.liable meody for Croup
New York. The Republican-lnde- state to the Repub- with prolonged cheers. Is given to spelling than before. Plys- M s of Tunr Mici
pe@ndeue League t0es00o forces met Icans. John F. Fort St Fe f d cal training has been almost revolu- s. no t"We have ed CT h ber lain'
with defeat in New York city. Tam- being elected by rt the federal district rt tonled. Hygiene hao been given n Medicine for oueelve nd child- r
may's .a wdiint e for sheriff. Tom Fo over 7.000 plurality. the federal di court at precedence over physiology. Weight s re for seven yers and like i very
ay. ,nd th te fAor d era e pplurality. Angeles Judge Wellborn imposed a given to knowledge of the health of the much. I think it is the only remedy
we ang with the uted plrality of City's Republa re- of $330.000 upon the Atchison. To- home and the community. Beginning for croup and can highly recommend it.
wiet 250M with the reduced pluraled only f C aty's Rem a blyor Was de pek and Sata Fe railroad apes its with elementary personal hygiene, pu- For sale by Tituaville Pharmacy and
11a S votes h the entire state as heated by EL. 0 couvk liba last July for granting re- pls are taught correctness in food, ex- Banner Drug tore.
-s-0lm vo wits dx tmean as many for Witttenn, Deaw JohnF.Fort. bates to the Grand Canyon line and ercise. posture. sleep and habits. I n
Hearst last year. leader Murphy calls crat by 10,000. Cement Company of Arizona. The the next grades personal hygiene that
It "the eliminationl of Hearst." McCar- Massachusetts.-Governor Guild was judge said this was an "intermediate teaches how to make the body beauti-
n lst Brookly to the R iKpeitm ,5 re-elected for his third term by the penalty." as the maximum fine would ful. strong and graceful has place. mtl 1W S R
The .o wis llHLt Republics with a plurality of about have been $1.320.000. The company the seventh grade comes for the first
PenEylval.-RepubTicans won hack ce 0. the opposition vote belaing i- asserted tat the alleged rebates were time a little physiology, then more 7
the d of state o asu, 0et0at- vided between Whitney (Dem.). 8&.492; paid on account of damaged goods. personal hygiene. together with home
John Q. Sheat. an antimachie man. Eisen (Ind. League) 74.845. and Bart- Are Voting Machines Legal? hygiene. In the eighth grade attention aeams the
by 175,00G over Harman (Dem.). Phil- lett (Antirallroad MergerI, 11710. The supreme judicial court of Mass&- is given to publle hygiene. -
adelphis was held by the old organa- The Hearst league cut a considerable ebusetts has recently decided that the Agricultural School Exhibit.
tibs, sad the $16.000 la was vot- fgue in Boston. where District Attor- use of voting machines is not permis- At Cathbert. Ga., all the public
e by a an majority. my Moran was re-elected. slble under the constitution of the schools in Randolph county were rep-
Rhode Island. er James Resevelt Against Paper TariW. commonwealth. This decision has resented In a contest for the best
ig (Dem.) was rel by abt To the committee on paper of the aroused no little comment and has led corn. cotton and poultry produced by' E
ve. plurality an ncrear.se of 1.000 American Newspaper Publisher asso to the assertion that if the machines the pupils in connection with their '
Ue hi-Ts e Au erlin or an -yar- elation, which called at the White are unconstitutional in Massachusetts agricultural courses.
mm party wAm rictamm In o aa House Thursday. President Roosevelt they must be also in New York and
City. John D. Bransford being eletetd intimated that he woul urge congress prwohrtt
mayor by from 7.000 to 10.000 plurall- to repeal the tariff on print paper. Cures lood, Di Car,
ty. It is thought that the Mormons wood pulp and the wood. that goes INDU 5 TRIAL Gome t Bload PUri e
were scattered between Rephun into the manufacture of paper; also If your blood is impure, thin, diseased,
nclet~is also andti-Mormon.l Justice Investigate the papertrust to Telegraph Strike Declared Off. hot or full of humors, if you hate blood'
councl In-also anti-MormJon. Following the lead of the Chicago poison. cancer, carbuncle@, eating sores,
Ohio-Mayor Tom L Johnson car- see If it had violated the laws. ll oasTrrofula, eczema, itching, risings and
ries Cleveland ean his platform of mu- local of the Commercial Telegraphers bumps, scabby, pimply skin, hone pains, A few doses of this remedy will in-
uniipal street a EXECUTIVEon, the branches In New York and catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or variably cure an ordinary attach of
thriciel rt cari. U V other cities throughout the country skin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm diarrhea.
have voted a suspension of the strike (B. B. B.) Soon all sores heal, aches It can always be depended upo.
other reforms by Must Work or Starve. until further notice and agreed to re- and pains stop and the blood is made even in the more severe attacks of
9.000 over Congres- After a conference at the White turn to work as fast as the companies punre and rich. Drgists or by express cramp colic and cholera morbus.
man rton. who loose with Secretary Garfield of the can find places for them. The strike $1 per large bttle. Sample free by writ- It is equally sceesl for summer
ran with the In- interior department. Assistant Secreta- leaders say that overtures were .ade ing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. B. B. diarrhea w dN cholera infantam a
do umsem t of the ry Oliver of the war department and by the managers promising Important B. i, especially advised for chronic, deep, children, and is the meat-s h savng
latnoitn adminitm a .. .. .... ... -.A .' m it .n.. mAn. an ..... i.. the', lives. of mann children eh year


tion. The city coun-
cil also went Demo-
cratic largely. Brand
Whitlock was. re-
elected mayor of
Toledo on an in-
ToMI- L. John dependent tic k e t.
Markhelt (Rep.) was elected mayor of
Cincinnati.
The post-election presidential boom
for the triumphant mayor of Cleveland
was started by the resolution of the
St. Louis Democratic club. represent
ing LO.0tXI voters. Indorsing him for the
presidency.
Callfornla.-Dr. Edward IL Taylor.
the acting reform mayor of ISan Fran
cisco. and District Attorney Langdou.
under whose regime Mayor S.-hmitz
was sent to prison and the Ruef graft
machine destroyed. were elected on the
Good Government and Democratic tick-
ets. Taylor Icy l1.)0 and Langdon by
nearly 20.000 plurality over Ryan. can-
didate of the local Republican machine
and McCarthy of the Union Labor par-
ty. directed by ex-Mayor Schmitz from
his prison cell. The campaign has
turned on the continuance of the re-
form campaign. and powerful corpo-
rate influences worked with the Schmitz
machine to down Taylor.
Delaware.-The rural districts of
Kent and Sussex counties went for
prohibition, the question being "license
or no license." while the city of WUil.
mingtdb and adjacent county of New
Castle favored the saloons. The en-
tire state vote showed a majority of
about 2.000 for the "dries."
Illinois.-Over half of the twenty
counties In which the saloon issue was
presented to the voters were captured
by the Prohibitionists.
Kentucky.-Augustus Wilson. the
Republican candidate for governor on
a temperance platform and the prom-
ise of speedy trials for ex-Governor
Taylor and Charles Falay for the Goe-
bei murder, won over 8. W. Hager by
about 14.000 majority. The legislature
was in doubt at first, invlving Beck-
ham's senatorial expectations. Gran-
steed was elected mayor of levoules
by Republicans.


rCommissioner of Indian Affairs Leupp.
the president decided to continue the
policy of the Indian bureau of furnish-
ing the Indians an opportunity to work
and In case of their failure to take ad-
rantage of the opportunity to leave
them to their own resources. This is
the result of the recent outbreak of a
band of renegade U'te Indians now lo-
cated on the Cheyenne river reserva-
tion In North Dakota.
Meyer to V. .- Standing.
Potstmaster General Meyer believes
that his working efficiency is Impaired
by following the custom of sitting at a
leskt. When he was the presiding otfi-
*er of the lower branch of the Massa-
;iuse-tts assetully he used a massive
.:-k made of walnut highly embel
Isheit amd standing more than four
eet high. This bas been brought to
.Va.shing:ton and Installed in his office.
This he % ill use hereafter, standing up
it his work.
Receiver For Exposition.
It seens not improbable that the
l.in:.'-ston\ n exp ')ition will s9lend its4
>'*-;i4n; day.s in the. hands of a rect'ler
'i'lie Nationa.1 Meter coilmpany of New
York has asked through Its attorney.
loseph T. Lawless. in a -hanicery slflt
:hat a receiver be appointed. The suit
has b een referred to a '.-nitmmissioner
ALu e'ffolt on the part of lhi- eixposition
Pia:i.gentment to re year has met the iur:aniilmous dissent of
the state exthis.II o 'oam!:ni:, ss-in i
New Gold Coins lzs:cec.
Tha. tirst of t1_ new coius designed
by tO' h:l" A.Lgf'stuis Saiut Ga-t:denus
under the geniiral direction of PI'rsl-
deut Roosevelt has r':eached the treas-
ury department from the Inited States i
mint in IPhiladelphia. It is the ten dol-
lar gold piece. or half eagle, and is pe-
culiar from the fact that for the first 1
time since 1S73 the words "In God We
Trust" are omitted from the coin
Hill Su*Ceeds Tower.
The president has chosen David J i
Hill of New York. formerly assistant I
secretary of state and now minister toI
Holland, to take the important post of
ambassador to Germany, resigned by
agag T*wer


concessions if the men would return.
They propose to test the oral promise
of the management at least until
March 1 next.
Balloon Factory For St. Louis.
The American Airship and Balloon
corporation of New York has decided
to purchase ground for a concourse and
factory in or near St. Louis. The aero-
drome will be 80 feet high and '20)
feet long by 300 feet wide. This wiil
enable the company to inflate the bai-
loons under cover. The company claims
to have a contract from the govern-
ment for an airship similar to that In
which Beachey won the dirigible race
in the recent St. Louis contest.
Maur*tania Beats Lusitania.
The Cunard Steamship company an-
nounces that the Mauretania made an
average of 2'.03 knots an hour In her
recent trial trip. which is in excess of
the best time made bly the Lusitania in
her late record ibreakiug voyage. The
latter vessel on her last trip in twenty-
four hours (-overed 61;S knots. one knot
in excess of the lest record on her pre-
vinous wetwav:trd vmlvage.


EDUCATIONAL


The Year Round School Term.
l:dul'tioal: ;eaders are s.til discuss
it:: with 1,1::! .ated itlert-t the pr-oposi
tion wti:t forward lby Il'Thomas I.. Hurt
r'"e'e 'y :'. *!-," In lpt.ie,- t--namely.
th:it the s,--;.,.*.< sh'oultd te open all the
year ar-'iuil. Suuelays and the few
pu'!.i hliNidays ;t:.Cne etcepte'l. Mr
Iui.-t's idea I' that tI hi w0o,.id leave
about ::*, '* .-'aho'i d;I.s. w hcich w.>i;,
vary iu li-.;th o.f se..sion from threat
h(soirs lu su hutanr to tiv'." or six in win
ter. lie says that uu educator ,..
deny that this distributtlon of school.
time wuu4d enable the pupils to co\er
more ground and make much greater
progress than uuder the exi-T,;: plian
One of the principal ot.bjects gained
wonld be. in his opi -.'; :. k,--lp the
children off the streets in the summer
time and to make their development
steady and continuous. The fact that
most parents are g:ad to send theis


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When r educed with water and
sweetened it is pleasant to, t.k*.
Every man ofa family sh .'ilt keep
this remedy in his home i?-:v it nD w
PMICz, 25C. LARGE .SIZ &'c.


A glitch in time saews nine.
Save many a sick spell
b y giving the child

BALLARD'S

HOREHOUND SYRUP

EVERY MOTHER
should keep supplied with Ballard's Horebouod Syrup, if sie
wishes to save her children from .st-rious -sick p.l.ls. It c,.n-
tains abh-)lutelyV nothing injuriuus, does not constipttt.. ti-md
for children as well as adults.
A cough often leads to consumption and should b,- checked
immediately.

A Household Necessity.
J. C. Smitrh, Houston,. T ;,-xa. writ.s: "*I hav.y us.-d
BIallard's Hr-h.uumd Syrup in mny family for th-. pa..t
fewv yar. and ind it i ar -.t mj..ri,,r to any otth.r cC ugh
in supplit-d with this w. rrhy rzn, d'.i."
The Delight of Children.
URES COUGHS. COLDS, WHOOPING
COUGH. SORE THROAT. BRONCHI-
TIS AND ALL LL'NG TROUBLES.
PRICE 25c, 50c, and $1.00
AVOID ALL SUBSTITLTES.


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Ur 'rBRWS T The naval stores manufacturers of Will Have to Servo in Jail "TEN SPOT" ON KEY VACAS Making Good.- : \

Florida are up against a serious propo- I There Is no way of making lotting
.. Tom ilixon well known white man
.. a 1\
.. friends like
: "Making Goodand Doctor
sition.{
They have seen the productof of Bartow who has figured in the jails Splendid Progress Being Made On the Pierce's medicines well exemplify this v 1 ,

: t ILIR FLORIDA the pine .tree "dwindle from 78c, to end courts on several recent occasions, and their friends, after more than two '
West Extension.The .
decades
Key
of
46c gallon during the past year popularity are numbered by -,
per
; was last night arrested at the instiga-- the hundreds of thousands. They have .Y

?' tJl Sitar Done Toitids> the DeTftlopiMtoftliePcnliisiiIi and they are now operating at a loss. tion of Deputy Sheriff Scott. of Polk Miami Metropolis of Wednesday made drunkards.good and they have not made 1A t J ..
7. of the Is not and
The end slump yet says:
'
} county and lodged in a cell at police good honest square-deal medicine of
: money matters have become so tight headquarters. Later -the deputy took Engine No. 10, known as "Ten Spot"* known composition is Dr. Pierce' Golden i

: 'fi '.Atnew'>chapter of the United Daughters that they cannot realize on their out his prisoner to Bartow.' Several and several construction cars were fer- Medical sale Discovery., while most It still of the enjoys prepara an immense .'.,

; :. | of title Confederacy ban been or- put. Indeed many banks have ceased months ago Mixon: : was arrested for I ried across from Long Key yesterdayto tions that have come Into prominence in ;;;:.tr

f 'gttnlzed. In Jacksonville. It will be advancing money on this business.; stealing in Polk county ,Later he escaped -I Key Vacas, and from which the F. the'gone earlier by the period board of and its popularity are never more have '..t #

r noivn'as Jacksonville chapter DeLand Record. and was again arrested at Port : E. C. Railway extension will progress heard of. There must be some reason for

:f __ southward to Knight's Key. this long-time popularity and that is to
; A young.man, T. J. HaizUp of Eaton- )Ir. Knight of. Seven Oaks up the Tampa. Upon being sentenced. ilix- be found in it superior merits. When

.ton,;Ga,' was killed near Green Cove Sub-Peninsula, near Green Springshas on and several other white men were The "Ten Spot" is the pioneer loco once given a fair trial for weak stomach, t a
or for liver and blood affections '
; its .
motive the extension and has done supe
125 acres in fancy grapefruit and allowed their freedom from the chain- on :
rior
SpringS' Thursday by falling from the curative qualities are soon manifest;

.steps of an Atlantic Coast Line passen.ger Pinellas lemons. R. Veillard was vis :gang, provided they would pay to the splendid service in hauling material hence it has survived and grown in pop b
ular
for building roadbed and track and favor while scores of less meritorious t
iting'the this week and brought monthly
the amount
e ,train: grove county 30.20 articles have suddenly Bashed Into favor a.
home samples of a thin-skinned lemon paid for convicts by the Polk county making it possible for the road to be for a brief period and then been as soon .ef r
'There win be an immense crop of tomatoes completed through to its present terminal forgotten. 1
similar to the Imported kind of hav-i t"
lessees. 'This action appears to For a torpid liver with its attendant .;
grown on the East Coast the which there will be 12,000 boxes on brought up in Polk county a fight of at Long Key viaduct. i Indigestion dyspepsia headache, per 4
h -coming season and the prospects are For some time past a large force haps dizziness foul breath nasty coated .
the ,grove. These lemons brought the same nature as that made in the tongue. with bitter taste loss of '
the grower will get the best price heY of have been at appetite-, .I
work the
$4-50 a box last winter one time. At county several months ago to keep men on grade with distress after eating nervousnessand .
has ever received. and roadbed on all of the keys south debility.'nothing is so good as Dr. '
that the lemon would be
price crop Harry Bomford out of the chain gang. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It's '

The dredge Tomoka of the Florida worth 54,000 alone. At a nominal County Judge Preston ruled fat it of Long Key and to Knight's Key and an honest square-deal mt'dicineIth all I

f. Coast Line Canal Company is now at price the crop will bring ZOOOO.-St.. was illegal to allow Mixon his freedomas now that the locomotive and construction -its no ingredients secret no printed hocus-pocus on bottle-wrapper humbug t 4
,
work deepening and widening the Haul Petersburg Independent. was the ruling regarding Bomford cars have been gotten across to therefore dont accept a fubttitvte that i
Key Vacas the progress of the work the dealer may possibly make a little bigger f 1
,;_, over canal between, Mosquito lagoon Dr. Jos. H. Willis of Quincy, has and as a result 'Mixon like Bomford. profit. Intixt on your right to have

and Indian River. been appointed to the office of state will undoubtedly begin "doing time"in will be much more rapid, the object be- what you call for.Don't 1
ing to get trains In operation tognight's buy Dr.Pierce's Favorite Prescrip J
>;verbody is hard at work at Pom- prison physician. This is a newly- the proper manner before the week don expecting it to prove a weureall.h l

pano putting in crops. Quite a few created office and carries with it considerable I ends.-Tampa'Tribune.A Key and now that the loco- is only advised for woman's special ali ,
jaotive and construction cars have ments. It makes weak women strong and .
: s- lave eggplants peppers and some tomatoes responsibility. Dr. Willis sick women well. Less advertised than .
been gotten across to Key Vacas the
c\ out. There will-be the largest is a well known physician of Quincy, Narrow EscapeThe some preparations sold for like purposes, j' i
progress of the work will be much its sterling curative virtues still maintain ; e
acreage: out this season Pompano has and a member of the legislature from its position in the front ranks, where it
of the
y. Nocatee correspondent more rapid the object being to get
stood
over two decades ajro. As an invigorating j
ever known. Gadsden county which office he has
Tampa Times says: Tuesday night trains in operation to Knight's Key tonic and strengthening nerv -
r filled with credit to himself and his ine it is un ualed. It won't
A monst -manatee or sea cow came satisfy those
sheriff
Owen Carlton local deputy the first the from which
by yea who "
of
want"booze for there
is not
constituents. He'is a man of high a drop
-' down the river with Vie} high tide here, armed with warrants in behalfof place it Is stated the P. & O. S. S. Co.. of alcohol in It.
Tuesday morning and played about for moral standing and firm conviction, Dr. Pierce' Pleasant Pellets the or fg4-
the commonwealth and other implements will operate Its Key West and Havana nol
Little Liver
Pills although the first
and his friends feel sure the board of ,
some 'time under and near the Avenue necessary after making an unsuccessful steamers until such time as the road is pill of their kind in the market still lead

r D. Bridge its whole form being visi- commissioners of state institutions tour through''the tough district completed through to Key West. and when once tried are ever afterwards .
could not have selected a more compe- in favor. Easy to take as candy-one to
ble.-Miami Metropolis in west Nocatee where he wentto three a dose. Much imitated but never
tent man to fill the position.A There's No Use I equaled. ..
a demonstrate to violators that the
Pineapple setting at Boynton is,nowa \I I
f thing of the past but the work of Savannah dispatch says the American way of the transgressor is hard drop- talking you can't beat Herbine for the -

cleaning up the fields goes steadily on. .' Naval Stores Company has con ped In at the Methodist meeting per liver. The greatest regulator ever offered Tkt Most Valuable Sit.f Yaekt mnd Sfft-

: st firmed the report that Jacksonvilleand chance to hear the spiritual warnings If suffer Building Booki ever Publiiktd.
w The recent rains have made a decided to suffering humanity. you

,. difference in the looks of the fields butt Pensacola will lose the naval along the same Vne. During the service from liver complaint, if you are bilions RUDDER

stores business that comes to them as the a 3S-cal- and fretful its liver and Herbinewill
still more rain is needed. deputy's implement your

Tax In Hillsborough open markets. All of the buying that. ibre revolver fell from his pocket a put it in its proper condition. Apositive HOW-TO BOOKS -
assessments
,: has been done in those cities will be the hushed cure for constipation, biliousness Overeco boats line been built from the Ones
county as presented by Tax Assessor report rang out preacher dyspepsia and all ills due to a torpid printed in these books-SuccessfuHy sailed ki
done at Savannah thus bringing abouta. the congregation sat apparently Breathless every clime and upon every sea-Full detail I.
t1' S. E. Sparkman for the approval of the liver. Try a bottle and you will never drawing of an parts showing what it is and
restoration'of conditions obtained
'.". board of county commissioners show that for a moment when a voice from nse anything else. Sold by Titusville bow to make it-Text extremely simple. '

up to four or five years ago where the report had emanated in Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. HOW TO BUILD A RAceR FOR $so '
an increase of $603,218 over the assessments -
t" when buying agencies were established IS foot*cvm r.ib.iL.rk.euyI.b.iidtnsn.ah siwwp > i
of 1906. Tile total of assess formed the minister that no one was } &iod racuc Hwt f or.fcwj U hsna UIe kartawi la \
at the two Florida cities. The hurt to on. The service proceeded REASONSFor HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK I
go
ments for the present year amount to i ......
change was to havebeen immediate, A tae boat foe afternoo. Mulinr kMrkii h xdtoNwarr
but rather cautiously at the conclusion Its......aaet.uf.IwMr..erlmhJoop.rwmg
;:v 414.628,404: against $14,025,186_for .1906. but owing to the low price of turpen- of which an investigation was Buying a High Speed Ball : full pans ui pietntr of completed h..ta sHOW

Sheriff W. P. Edwards of Vo- Bearing TO BUILD A RACING SLOOPneraofal
Deputy tine and desire further
to
a cause no .
made. The bullet had passed throughthe xo t nriar lusia county who was shot at Beres- demoralization the Naval wow, w b.atu,Ana w7 cur to ..b4I MI
American bottom of the chair Carlton had "Standard" Rotary Shuttle townvtli.HOW .
ford by a negro named Henry Richards has notice that 'J
Company given turpentine TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
vacated and with its velocity checked
1-- Monday night died early Thursday Simple aW pnctfcml tarfimg kow U itmti lilt.ln ....
will be bought in the Florida cities .. .
I struck the deputy in the back with just Sewing Machine lot M*witft aMotor. bcrcr l vtaw flaon 1{
morning at DeLand. Edwards was up to December 1. HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA
r: shot while trying to arrest Richards enough force to remind him of a narrow So* all.imA. minor i boat; send nbuler ., ...u..
A Pensacola dispatch dated Tuesdaysays escape and to furnish another kind ONLY ONE REASONFor i nitebie.tor(hallow watrra.
j' The negro made his escape to Deadt't' HOW TO BUILD A SHOALORAUCHT SLOOP
: Major William Frederick Hancock of a warning. .... 1
filtie boat,with
other machine A dmr mSZaf ervrkaof*aMmlluilplu.
River swamp near St. Francis and his buying any .
of the United States coast artillery -
. arrest Is hourly expected. HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
viz: It is cheaper. But there is
and Mrs. Oliver Grace a wealthy Chapped hands are quickly cored by Ea.7:bald;ewrtliini Knight;fifty ttw enft foe a ko] .
; The value of exports from the port woman and society belle of St. Louis applying Chamberlain s Salve. Price, more difference in the quality ko Wgia ;caa U kwlt. ry caeaply,mtker aloof o r cat rig

!. of Pensacola during the month of October 25 rents. For sale by Titnsville Pharmacy HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA .t i
and San Francisco married here
were ranpfet nmptio of bow to Vuld modal sib BMrf
l- than and Banner Drug Store. than in the price. skit .....n...)..........Ia. ;
it increase of
showed an more
yesterday by a county judge. They be-

f, half a million compared with ship-- came acquainted in Tampa Fla. whera Governor Bloxham Home. The "Standard" ROTARY SHUTTLE PRICE '$1. EACH

{ ments In September The clearing of the bride spent the past winter. Recently NEVER STOPS when the machine is in .ParPA1m, e AParl kNYWHCHC .,

:<.. cargoes of cotton for France and theI' with her sister she came here Governor. D. Bloxham and wife operation. Old style shuttles start and Bound in cloth-CoW Irttrrinc-Size of page
by 12 inches--Large,cSearly-dnwa: plan*.
4 9
STOP TWICE each rtitch. Just thinkof
United Kingdom together with ship at last arrived and Tallahasseans to I
: and took apartments in a hotel. Yesterday are I
the extra strain and wear -that this I
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THE RUDDER PUBLISHING !i,
I' ". ments of naval stores to Germany the major came to the city and are already getting acquainted with makes The "Standard" Rotary Shuttle a MunftAT STun New VOMK U.CO.B. A t

i' swelled the valuation to a total of $1- met Mrs. Grace at the hotel. They Mrs. Bloxham and are falling under moves on continuously without a jar. t :;

546.461. took a stroll which culminated at the the spell of her charm and friendliness The needle bar has only two motions to Send*'acktjmum.'t postal for Library.Caltlogut of Books for '
every stitch whereas the vibrator bar has ie
I\' By an order issued In Washingtonat county court house, where they were of manner. four. .

the war department three additional married No one at the post or hotel I Monday night the street in front of No heavy balance wheel required to

companies of coast artillery are to was aware of the marriage until Major the Governor's residence presented an carry motion over the stops and starts.

4::." be organized to be designated the One and Mrs. Hancock returned to the hotel Interesting scene. The Confederat: make The the momentum next. of each stitch! helps

; Hundred and Sixty-second the One for dinner last evening.A Veterans escorted by the Bloxham Less noire than anv other machine.

Hundred and Sixty-third'and the One Rifles as a guard of honor their way Russ; 75 PER "CENT. LIGHTER i
Waycrdfes! dispatch sats: The new
lighted by torches and their approach THAN OLD STYLE MACHINES.The .
r Hundred and Sixty-fourth companies. road from Live Oak to White Springs fact that it is the most rapid sew-

.. The new organizations are to be assigned Fla" in,which Waycross people are interested heralded by music marched in proces- ins machine made i is conclusive proof thatit

at West and Fort Bar- sion up Calhoun street and halted before is the lightest running, and good evidence -
to duty Key will be completed and in operation have stood the test for over 50 years .,
1k : Florida and Jackson barracks their comrade's gate. The procession it is very quiet.It an l are ctillia the lead. Their absolute
rancaS within the next six months. A of their
is the most rapid sewer-makes two certainty growth uncommonly
;; II Louisiana, and a portion of their large force of laborers is finishing the was met there by a large motions of the treadle to three of other large yields of delicious vegetables and -oJ\
beautiful flowers,make them the most
i- strength is to be drawn from existing grading from the present terminus of crowd of citizens. The noise broughtthe machines in sewing the same length of L reliable and the most popular every
: Governor to the door and the Vet- reara. It makes 175 stitches while others where. Sold by all dealers. 1007
:" companies. the line to White Springs. From Seed Annual free on request.D. .
make
100.
erans and the Rifles were invited in to
i" Mrs. T. J. Waters of Peghorn was White Springs to Haylow the Camp It makes bofii the two thread lock M. FERRY t CO..
partake of his hospitality. After a
Detroit Mich.
bitten by.a venomous black spider on Brothers are building a saw mill road, stitch and the single thread chain stitch.It .
short time spent in congratulation,
make the prettiest and most elastic
which will
Tuesday which produced extremely probably connect with the
.x and in doing justice to refreshments offered stitch.
L painful and very nearly serious results. line being built from Waycross in that I by their host the guests made Tensions not changed by change of BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE

As soon as she was bitten Dr. Winn direction by the Ensign Manufacturing speed, size of thread, thickness of goods, tf
their reappearance and a speech was norit"ngthofstitch -what other machine =
f: was called by telephone and engaged Company. Although there are yet no ; ; r
called for. Governor Bloxham how can do as much'Does 1
Loll to him out by automobile plans of the sort nor has anything been
Mr.
carry
< not break thread when machine
C- ever was not feeling equal to the effort 1
making the trip cf ten miles in announced by officials and promotersof I io; run backward,.
:\" and deputized Hon. C. B. Parkhill
about thirty minutes. On arrival he the lines mentioned it is thought The "Standard" Rotary hits the bijizes-t
,
to act as his proxy. It is unnecessaryto hohhm of any lock-stitch machine. Holds
: found the patient delirious.and thinks here that the Waycross Baxley and add that the Governor's reputatio I 100 yards of No. Si) ,tton. TRADC MARKS ;

;f she would not have lived two hours Vidalia may eventually get the controlof for extempore speechmaking was g1:" The tension is relearetl when takingout ; DEslnlsCOPYRIGHTS 4c. t
:: the roads and make a direct route the pxxls. .
treatment. Mrs
r longer without medical Anyone sending a sketch and dntcrlptlnn may
iuntly upheld by his deputy, for judge:
from Augusta to White Springs and I I The shortest! needle used in !lock stitch qnlckly ascertain oar opinion free whether an
'r: Waters has since been moved into Parkhill's eloquence is too well known machines-therefore less liable to bend invention n proltably palrntaMe.Handbook('ommunica.tinnsetrtctlfenn5dentlai. Patent- :

:::: town and under Dr. Winn's treatment thence to.the Gulf. From Vidalia to to need description. It may be taken and skip stitches. Gent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
through
taken Moon & Co. recelTCtfttial
a- is fast recovering.-Kisslmmee Gazette White Sprigs by the routes followedby fIn granted that the few delicately Fee motions all po'itive-no s|>rinr Patent notice, without cbunze.in the
these roads is about 150 miles. nse l-hence machine will feed over all
r Should the trained sentences were spoken with thicknesses of goads and seams without Scientific Jlm ritan.A .
anticipated combination be
:t' Shipments of fish on ice from this the tone and gesture of the heaven- I "chewin the cloth, no matter what I handsomely Cta made of the best sections of .eienttac Journal. Terms U a
the
one of any
of stitch. .
.:.. port for the week ending Tuesday born orator. length I vest: four montbatL Sold by U ,, ,*.
state will be put in close touch withWa'cross. Will wear twice as )long as other lockstitch
;
;,: night amounted to seven car-loads In After the speech the crowd dispersed machines.Best MUNN & CO.361 BroamJ. New York; '

bulk and 195 barrels aggregating 20- glad to have had the opportunity set of attachments in any machine Branch Office. 'ES K 8t,Washington.t>.C. i

::V. 000 pounds- Three of our colored I There is no Reason :)f once again doing honor to Florida's self adjusting' amt I fastened to this 1kLLTHECOUGHAND I
.. presser bar in place of the fo, t. 1
.= inen.went out Friday morning in three why your baby should he thin, and fretful favorite son. Rest ball bearing, fitted with adjustable -

a, skiffs equipped with nets and by 9 during! HIen; ht. Worms are the cone screws to take up wear. CURE THE LUNGS

o'clock were back at the dock unload cause of thin sickly babies. It is natural Be Charitableto Most easily threaded of any machine
that a healthy baby t'1"'ultll he fat and made.
ing 1.500 of the biggest finest mulletr sleep well. If your I baby does not retain your horses as well as to yourself. You Becan.se all sewing machine onni iinie* WITH Dr. King'sNew

in the world. They got three cents its food don't experiment with colic need not suffer from naina of any Ort- are testifyina: to the superiority of the

:; a piece for their fish making a total cares and other medicine, hut try a hot- your horses need not snuffer. Try a lottleof ":-: and<\rtl" Rotary Shuttle by Winding:
three had tie of White's Cream Vermifuge, and you out and offering for sale shuttle b
earned of $45.00 which the Kalian Snow Liniment. It cures all rotary Discovery 1
J' will soon see your baby have coldr and machines. These machines they do not
>' earned and made in less than half a laugh as i it should. Sold bv Titusville pains. J. M. Roberts Bakersfield, Mo., attempt to sell, knowing they are defective -

: __ day's work. In view of what these Pharmacy and Banner Drug Stare.ORTA.. writes: "I have used your liniment for owing: to onr control of basic patents; FOR COUCHS PRICE. "

1 :.' men accomplished it may be said that O.& ..L" ten years and find it to be the l>eet I have but they do use them as an argument trial Bottle Ira

t1'\ any able bodied man in this region Bars t1m IteKgdYcaHawAhrarsfoaghtBifottu ever oed for man or beast." Sold by Ti- against rotary machines in the effort to AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
sell their old vibrators.
:\t who resorts to stealing ought to be tusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug style GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY

l !- drowned in the bay.-Pnnta Gorda of Store. Sold by mm RIYER MUSIC HOUSE OR MONEY REFUNDED.

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SUNBURYSays '"
OF
THE FLORID STAREateratthepostotace&tTitnavilleu FLORIDA-MID-'VIN- Fletcher for U. S. Senator Progress on the Extension MAYOR
Pe-ru-na Is a Good
TER EXPOSITIONTo Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher,of Jack- Workmen from Long key report I Medicine.

sonville, chairman of the state Dem- i very rapid progress on the concrete _

;second-class mail matter. ocratic executive committee, and one viaduct at that point. There are buta Hon.C.C. 3hpor of Sunbury.' ,
z Be Open in Jacksonville for Ohio, also Attorney for r rmer Bank t
of the and
most prominent' influentialmen few more concrete piers to build and Sunbury Building and Loan Co.

: *g. Kill B.Wager, Editor and Publisher. Three Months in his party in this state, has and unless the unforseen occurs writes:

come out for U. S. senator. As re- trains will be running across it by **I have the utmost confidence in the

.PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Jacksonville people are Florida very much Mid- gards his candidacy he has been interviewed January 1, the time planned by the virtue of Perun. It 1.a great medicine.I .
elated the proposed
over have used it and I have known manyof
has suggested a new Winter exposition, which is to be op- as follows: engineers for its completion. my friends who bare obtained beneficial
i Mr. Bryan,
It ened January 15th and to be contin- "With a keen sense of the respon- Below Long key and on the keys results from its use. / CMaaot

method'for dealing with trusts. ued for three months sibility attached to the office, a gen- connecting it with Knights key, the praise Peruaa too highly."


-4 they control as much as twenty-five owes its inception to a numberof the position, knowing full well the have been increased, and simultane-

per cent. in their respective lines, gentlemen connected with the high honor I am asking the people to i ously with the completion of the Long

and that no corporation be permittedto Jamestown exposition and with Jacksonville confer, and realizing that it should key viaduct it is expected that the

control more than fifty per cent. commercial circles. The command the best ability, the high- first train across it will be able to go >r

of the total product. Such a law ash original intention was to make it an est integrity, the most vigorous and through to Knights key. i4t

several active powers the state can furnish: There are now nearly three thous-
that would hit hard corpora- exhibit of goods and articles shownin I
will be other and promising to bring to it,if chosen, and men engaged at and near the
'. tions. Doubtless there Jamestown, and brought to Jack-
at least unswerving devotion to its above mentioned points, and this
methods for controlling trusts before sonville merely to interest tourists.
duties and untiring industry, un- number will be continued until the
campaign gets Through the efforts of Messrs. J. M.
the presidential
trammeled by any entangling alliances work under way has been completed.It .
Barrs, W. R. Rannie, General Se- <
very far along. interests but in the interestof is %
! or persistently rumored, thoughno '
bring, mayor of Jacksonville, and
1 \ the whole people, I intend to ask official notice has been issued to
others, the scope of the expositionwas
: : We publish on another page in the Democratic electors of the state that effect, that with the completionof
enlarged that it would
so cover
.' parallel columns divergent opinionsin of Florida for the nomination of the road through to Knights key
exhibits and displays from all partsof that the steamers of the P. & O. S.
of the oil- United States senator at the
in regard to the inspection approaching -
the state of Florida. Invitations S. line will be operated from thereto
and-sand road by the Brevafd board I were also extended to the county primaries. I shall tendermy Key West and Havana instead of

4 of county commissioners at Jacksonville commissioners of the various countiesto resignation- .. as chairman- of the- Miami,passengers and freight going
state Democratic executive committee down by rail to that point.
: last week. We do not know occupy stands with county exhibits.
as soon as the next meeting is
which member of the board the reporter Money was set apart to be used in Mile Minute Motor Boat.

*. of the Times-Union interviewed prizes and premiums. Nearly forty- called. __ A new form of motor boat has re- f

;: but evidently it was not the thousand dollars will be expended in Favorable Mention For StocktonFrom cently been launched at a French ship .3HON.
:i
r yard which, if expectations are realized -
a beautiful palace of, industry build- the DC Land Record ,
same one that Editor Oslin, of the will rush through the 'water at a
Times, talked with. Last week THE ing, and t.very preparation made to John N. C. Stockton has formally !speed of sixty-two miles an hour,says "

the entertain and interest the visitors to announced his candidacy for governor the Duluth News-Tribune. The secretof C. t:. BROOKS.
: STAR ventured to outline proposed
this speed Is what Is known as a
the exposition.The submitting to the appeals of his
: ;t' plan the board had about de- "typhonold" propeller and which Is set THERE are a host of petty ailment
exposition is to be held on friends throughout the state. For are the direct result of the
'
It
at the bow Instead of the stern.
cided upon, which, to us, seems to grounds belonging to Dixieland park, years Mr. Stockton has been a powerin operates by suction Instead of pushingthe weather.

be the most feasible and reasonable and covering a space of twentyeightacres the politics of the state, and the water backward and has six bladeson This is more true of the excessive heatof

r solution of the matter. Let us put I and located directly opposite distinct leader of the faction with I an axis, terminating In a cylindrical summer and the intense of all cold of win-of
I ter,but is partly true seasons
our county convicts at work on the the city of Jacksonville. The splen- which he is allied, and decidedly the tube. The motive power Is sup- the year.
V
plied by two four-cylinder type motors -
roads instead of leasing-them out. did ferry service will provide trans- strongest man that that faction can of sixty: horsepower each, and Whether it be a cold or a cough,catarrh

i Le 's get the mules and carts and portation for thousands of people, bring out. It was he who made the double ignition by magneto and ac- of the head or bowel complaint,
t whether the liver be affected or the kid-
get down to real work without delay. the time of a running trip of each fight for the United States senate cumulators is provided. neys,the cause is very liable to be the

{ ferry being eight minutes.In against Senator Taliaferro but lost.
: t The people who pay the taxes want Always Was Sick same. .
addition to exhibits and various Mr.Stockton is a born and aggressive The weather slightly deranges the-
,i to.see something done in the way of When a man says he always was sick-
? shows, there will be special shows fighter, and goes into a fight to win. troubled with a cough that lasted all winter mucous membranes of the organs,andthe
good road work. result is functional disease.
organized, such as pet stock shows, He has very strong friends over the -what would you think if he should some
I Peruna has become a standby la
motor boat races, automobile show, state who will pull their coats off in say-he lard's Horehound never wa sick since Such using Bal- I thousands of homes for minor ail
Syrup. a man
Trust Legislation cat show, dog show,etc., and various .his behalf. He is a clean, honest exists.! i meats tit this sort.

h The president has been feeling the county days organized, a Jackson- man, personally esteemed by all who Mr. J. C. Clark Denver, Colorado,
writes "For I troubled witha Local representative for
public pulse with respect addition- ville day, a military day, a West Florida know him or have had dealings with revere: cough years that would was last all winter. II ANTED r Titusville and vicinity to

2 1 legislation for the control of trusts. day, Elk day, Pythian day, wom him. His coming out will retire the This congh left me in a miserable con- look of after renewals and increase subscriptionlist
a prominent monthly magazine on a
en's and others of similar R. Hudson Burr from the dition. I tried Ballards Horehound Syrup .
Hon.
that he be day, many race, salary and commission basis. Experience desirable -
The president proposes and have not had a sick day since Thatslwhat
but Good
nature.In Burr belongs to the Stockton fac not necessary. opportunityfor
r given power to put a trust out of as it did forme. Sold by Titusville I I right person. Address Publisher Box 59,
the way of mid-winter attrac- tion. Stockton is a strong prohibit- Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. Station 0, New York
business when found to be disregarding -
tions, which are always a feature of I II ionist and is not on the prohibitionwagon

4; the anti-trust law. Accordingto I expositions, the management has arranged for political effect. His home

I this new plan when a complaint is for the best Bostock trained life places him against the saloon interests If want sweet musicin

t made that a trust is violating the animal show ever gotten together. with no effort from him to you

law it is to be investigated by the de- Eden Musee of New York, infant convince the people of this fact. His

partment of labor and commerce, incubator, fair Japan, Princess violent attacks upon men and issueshe

and if it is well founded an order is Trixie, trained horse,streets of Cairo opposes have lost him past politi- your home buy a

_- to be issued by the president preventing with camels and elephants, Johns- cal honors, but he is a kindly man,

%i it from transacting further town flood, miniature railway, and quick to forgive, and there is none

many other similar attractions. Eve- of the petty politics about him. '
business. _. FARRAND ORGAN
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f Congress will hardly agree to give ;
Men
I Turpentine Being SqueezedThe
character of the shows refined, yet I
the chief executive much authority
J so -
entertaining. No vulgar, cheap turpentine operators of Florida !

as it would virtually place him in dancing girl shows will be permitted.The have 50,000 barrels of spirits in Sold Indian River Music House
by
j T control of the business of the country management has very wisely tankage in Jacksonville. The com-

'i F{, for while there would be a right placed the price of admission to the pany which furnishes the money for

;, : of appeal to the courts, there mightbe show at twenty-five cents, childrenat the production of these 50,000 bar- TITUSVILLE, FLA.SCHOOL .

r: an interruption of business that ten cents. The price for all the rels is being squeezed by the National

L would prove disastrous to the general midway shows will be equally as rea- Export Co. (of naval products) to -

:- good of the country. Why shouldn't I sonable, so that one going to the me- compel a sale. Turpentine has decreased a.a..r..a-.a..t(:'t" ('r'<"r.'t' iV" rl: rrl'r"0''l't"a:. .,.r.t..lrraat ITrr-J,

the actual offenders of antitrustI I tropolis of the state, spending a dayor in price from 68c. to 45c. per

y' laws be held to a strick accountability two at the exposition, can return gallon, or about $17 per barrel, and
home without being entirely bank- the National Export Co. is doing this ii
for their actions?
rupt. to pinch the Florida pro ucers. The .
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Revision of the Vulgate of of this and [
Rebuilding DredgeThe grasp octopus, BOOKS

,I Abbot Gaspuet, president of the St. Augustine uecord says unfortunately, some are going to be i'lI tt

English Benedictines, has arrived in that the rebuilding of the dredge of financially ruined before the fight r1 1

Rome to undertake another revision the Coast Line canal will be a task of ends. AND

R. of the vulgate, or St. Jerome's Lat- considerable proportions. Between E 1 SUPPLIES l zj
Playground For Rich: Children.
in version of the Bible. This has 40,000 and 50,000 feet of lumber will The clnMmi of wealthy Pittslmrs :

f. been entrusted to the Benedictines be used in reconstructing the boat.A I families an- to have play? ol1nl1. just I:i j Wholesale and Retail l

'' by the Vatican. dry dock is in course of buildingfor the same a* dune provided for poor
,'InMron.nys! the New York Tribune.
the accommodation of the 1
The abbott has just had a long interview dredge G orit' J Johnston."superintendent of 1 Mail Orders Promptly Filled 11
\\hilethe repairs are in .
or private audience with the progress.As 'he IMMmrjr II.nytn>oun i soon as this work is finished, the !::!" lw>rn appealed to and till agreed
; t pope, who realizes the vastness of I company will commence digging the '1)pt tht-playsronnd in working order ifc THE H.-& W. B. DREW CO. l J

;, s the work and has authorized the abbott -I cut that will connect the St. Johns V large and expensive! plot of ground

to associate: with himself whatever river with Matanzas bay. has ben obtained in the fashionable JACKSONVILLE FLA. j jt
c : S.in'rn-1: II'll: district: and will be fitted
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The researches are to be carried The Yacht Wayfarer: the public playgrounds. ,.. ..7 ....!.: i
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out in all parts of the world. The The Daytona of ,
Wednesdaystates
t Wonderful Eczema Cure j
) abbott will select his assistants next
that while on her to Titus-
way "Onr little l .iv had eczema for five
week and it is his desire to have yule the Wayfarer, of Detroit, stop- rear;' x rite N. A..Idams, Henrietta, z

i among them an American. He is ped over there Monday afternoon, Pit.uTf) of our home doctors aid the IT FAIR?
rae was hoj*>Ies.his hnijr I*-ing alFet t-
': not restricted to Catholics in his se- having made the run down withouta ed.W then employed other doctor,

lection. The pope insists that the hitch until she struck the L in the bat no benefit reunited By chance we

work be done in the most scientificway channel leading to the city docks. read about Klectnr Hitters; bought a hot- To expect your local merchants to carry a full stock of goods ;
tie and noticed
ft. On board the yachtere the owner, continued this medicine until several and be prepared to sell you a few pounds of flour, a necktie or a .,
in order to convince Catholics
as few pieces of lumber for conveniences and then
your when
Capt. Robert Henkel, Mrs. Henkel, bottle weren'-ed, when our boy wa you
well as non-Catholics that this is a completely! cured." Best of all blood want a barrel of flour, a suit of clothes or a carload of lumber to
of Detroit, :Mr. Curry, of Boston, medicines and body building health send off for it?
genuine attempt to discover the truer
the engineer and fireman. The Way- tonics Guaranteed at Titn!'ville Pharm
; basis of the text of St.Jerome. This farer was built in Boston this sum- acy and Banner Drug Store OOc. When your town needs help, or a subscription for charity is
! wanted, do you send to those merchants away from home and
attitude will it is believed
k prove, mer, is 53 feet in length, 11 foot For a mild easy action of the bowels a ask for it? If not, WHY? Suppose you do pay slightly more
that the Vatican does not fear scientific beam, of shallow draft and has a 25 single dose of Doan's Re-lets is enough. for your goods at home, you get it back. Your local merchant
of the I Treatment cures habitual constipation. 2i; helps taxes and aids in local
F discussion vulgate. h. p. engine. She is a beauty. cents: a box. Ask your druggist; for them. pay every cause.


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:,: q .Vegetable: Shipment Are Late. a new' stage with the entrance of the tqJTU2L

f 'Writing' from Miami, a correspon- BEST FOR THEBOWELS HammersteinKeith Proctor interests :
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,xw fit of the Frultman's Guide. New d'Mdrin
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""'%i t.fi.. to be at an end rough the agreement
.: "foV g York; saysr of Klaw & Erlanger! to quit the :

.-( :* )Here It is no veg- If you naveat rafnlar,healthy increment of the vaudeville field and their organization, I ( ;
: market
for _
Bowels eT,rr .
This metable
United
_-i; ';i.'J ready open,and be well fore.U the shape of known as the States Amusement ,
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/3. .;:*, tie 'first time since this section of the Ttolent smoothest parti,eaciett*or yill,moat joUon perfect,Is ducenras.way of keeping The company to turn over all unful rARE

-.tr.\1 'coantry opened up that shipments the bowels elaar and clean U to take filled contracts the United Booking

x "q... ";.-n a .were- not moving by this time. Up tot CANDYCATHARTIC Offices of America the vaudeville men ESPECIALLY ADAPT. rED -
", agreeing to keep out of the legitimate. :
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last week it looked as though there FOR SATISFACTORY
:;; Seven Millions of Gold
Arrives.
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ifi :4. Mould be no winte vegetables to
USE.
: IN
The North German Lloyd liner Kron- FLORIDA WATERS i
speak of, as there had been no rain L.sse3.
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1\:1 prinzessin Cecille came to New York:

.,.... ;.'; for several months. The ground was with an installment of gold amounting Regal Marine f y+' i '
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r : + : :% 80., dry seed would not germinate. to about $7.100.000 consigned to various Engines ,\ : :

.;W' .*: About 10 days ago there were good t New York banks and bankers, and Stand for the highest type of V. : r. '

: .' il ff rains all along the line fp>m Fort the Lnsitania of the Cunard line mechanical skill and reliabilityi 1 r>a .';?' 1
f 'c?>. Fierce,to the Homestead country and EAT 'EM UKE CANDY brought $10.000.001) more. The arrivalof Tbry are f..or cycle, jump = 7' y
Pt. Mt. htatable. Potent. Tute Good., Do this gold was hailed as promising spark ignition,automobile type ; f 'k, : '
eyerybody got busy. I drove through Good linn SU i.n.Weaken or Griper 10 U and mechanical valves float feed at _- .
10 cents per box. Write for free sample,and book. to afford great relief to tbe existing carburetor, enclosed crank ; '
: ;._ the country about 35 miles one day last let OB health. Address f d7aSirfl. money stringency.Steel team forged crank shaft case and : ." :

;;iI. .week, passed through about 15 towns ..Rsusdf Company Chicago w New York. Trust Absorbs Rival. bronzed bearings. Have the "

s ': '< a$ and did not find an idle man. Every KEEP YOUR .LOuD CLEANCOMMERCIAL One important outcoaie of the conferences cupsiblent few ,t number with a woi perfect king operating parts- w-:-. \,

man and: boy able to work Is either at the home of J. P. Morgan motor and many olb"r'' f

,.t,; '1 planting seed beds or clearing land to was the annonncement that the United txcltfehe features found only in the Regal ."

;, f'" "11'-' make a crop.. I I States Steel corporation had purchased THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN' AND DO IT
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control of the Tennesee Coal and Iron "
: 4.? ; As usual tomatoes: will be the principal company in a $ .OOO.OOO deal and by P. Made In tine types,1}. 3 and 5 H. P. single cylinder;8 to 15 H. ,
... crop of Dade county but a larger double cylinder 20 U. p four cylinderWe
Trains.
Abandon Passenger had
'Jo Might so dolrg greatly relieved tbe Trust

..,. ). acreage of beans cucumbers eggplant "If the present pernicious legislation Company of America, which had held fn m 6 H.also P manufacture line of heavy, slow speed, working engines
single cylinder to 45 H. P. four
+ 'p..J" and peppers will 'be planted this year against railroads is persisted in. and a large amount of tbe T. C. and I. collateral cylindtr. .- .

Y -l(' :.. t than ever before. Dania will have several more particularly the enforcement of This deal also helped the general Tie the many bUJdreds-oCRt'gal engines now in operationthroughout :' -
country are a guarantee of the satisfaction they are giving.
'i '. ', acres of celery this winter and by the two-cents a-mile passenger rate, Ias bank situation because at the

t ; the way. Dania will be the heaviest a railroad president say that it same time It became known that E. II. Get a Regal in the Beginning Don't Experiment '
Carey and II. C. Frlck of the steel I
chipping point along the line next sea. would be better to abandon all passen-
t Hand
trust bad :;eme explanatory catalogue mailed free .
called
upon President Roose- on request. ...i.
< :::' ;'" son. It is surprising to see how this ger trains and close all the passenger :t :
stations in the United States than con- velt to request the administration to Regal Gasoline -t
Engine Co.
'- fi} ff'town, Is booming. It has about doubled ignore the proposed combination. It
the
tinue the running of them at expense -
;t ;" In population since last season of the stockholders. The passenger was said that they urged the policy of Cold Water, Michigan : .

1 ; Fully 25 new houses have been bunt business is now "hands off" In this case for the sake of

i tr since spring six of them being built i steadying the market by putting In circulation
l .i! i ,x I carried on at a loss
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represented
/? [ 1 t: of stone. They have also built a and to this two- t. loans based on the transferred securi- ii ." '" ',' -

( 'large stone school house and are Just cents-a-mlle legIslation d
ties. This transaction places the steel

t :" .?$ :! completing a very pretty large stone no small 1 attribute degree the in ] trust In control of about 50: per cent of

<; church. the total output of iron.
:l. present financial depression -
Y ri Ed'King has the large dredge of they in the United President Thome of the Trust Com-

c Model Land Co., digging a canal running States." This Is pany of America said 'that they had

a f north and south through the East he 1 language saidto paid out $34.000.000 during the twoweeks'
run the institution and at
upon
t marsh. Into this the land owners will have UtMi used t
last every doubting depositor had beeu
as"" ', cut lateral ditches which will make by tieore J. Could.rpsident'of paid off. In tbe end he believed the \ yea

_, their lands the best drained In the ) the .Mis
; company would profit by this fierce <.
f ,= county. Every buyer and commissions souri Pacific railroad F' light. which had shown no abuse of its! } a
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J; ;s merchant who has been at Dania and the owner unds. [
of a cuntroSlius iuerest -
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;k?:( : boys what fine tomatoes are raised in a vast number Meat Prices Advance. JJ

-: ; OB this prairie. They can't be beat. of railroads George J. Gould.hroug'jiMit Despite the fact that there has recently ,
Po :' S been a material falling off in tbe
en. the prices of hogs and beef cattle in the 4
} Y' Another booming little town is Arch bas just ri'tnni.Hl from a seven mouths'
Tens markets the Fort Worth retailers
; : ahseutv hi luruls'| where he said the -
.t :, Creek. This place will give Daub ,sathat the packing bouses have
aliotit
pt"Ollltwn.- li.niil l Investing in
; ..'. :' '.":' quite a push to keep in first place so advanced the price of pork loins a half ( .
":; I .Vmeri-un storks In view of the recent
4! '1 '= }1- t far as shipments are concerned. Many !I hostile legislation against corporations cent and other cuts 1% cents, and a

t : { new settlers are arriving every week still further advance is looked for.
lie said that among the reasons to l rg

P, and going right to work to get land which be attributed tbe late financial l ;

'' '':t; c ready for a crop. panic was the terrible verdict against Died in Agony.

f. .t: .:, Buyers and drummers who have he Standard Oil company for rebating. .
J "r :;. ; He thought there was no comparison (Tampa Tribune.) If
( :. :_ made Fort Lauderdale their headquarters ...
between the railroads of this country After hours of fearful agony result
; 1 Y In past seasons will find Mr. Bryan's
;.. >- and those of Europe"although there ing from terrible burns covering four-
; : new hotel ready to receive them
... were some pretty fair ones In Ger- fifths of her body Conceth Manika.
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' ,5 when they come again. The hotel Is
,many. age 10 years, died Saturday at the
-' built of stone two stories and
k :" ,: ." high
Hotel Rents Roof Tents. home of her parents Fourth avenue
; ..k large piazzas all around and will be
-, .." Already the plan of the fashionable near Twenty-second street. Left aloneIn
u !i '1i' fully and newly furnished. Bellevue-Stratford hotel at Philadelphia -
: the house with the younger children
.:: 2 :\ It will no doubt interest your read to establish an outdoor camp on
while her parents were at work
- .: ;- era to know thatade county will have Its lofty roof has proved a success. away
4 s the little girl attempted to start a fire
: Several travelers have takenup
a good many beans to ship this season wealthy
.. .j : by pouring kerosene oil on a quantityof A ANDO
f quarters in this curious combinationof
: ; '
: Every shipping point from the Homed 1-
city( and country conditions. The live coals. The little girl's clothing Ab 4
l1l' stead county, north to Stuart, will have
camp consists of thirty-two tents. aught fire from the flames"which blazed
..;;," from 5 to 20 acres of beans. Shipments
Arnold Print Works Fail. suddenly upward. In a moment
\ k ,' will begin last of November to first )t
t
.' .. December. That New England has felt the financial she was wrapt in a sheet of fire, ando
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1 stringency was indicated by the cap matters the oil can exploded
4 ti: :r't It is rather difficult at this time to appointment of a receivership for the
carrying fire to all parts of the room.
{ ,!t,>t cay what the tomato crop will be, as Arnold Print works of North Adams
Before assistance arrived the little
I Ir..'r. compared with other seasons. The Mass., with liabilities estimated at For sale by the

,t '' .', failure of the"Fort Dallas National about $10,000,000 and assets claimed to girl was so badly burned that her life
was despaired of. Nearly her entire
': l: Bank early,in July tied up about half be 15,000XXX. INDIAN
body with the exception of her face RIVER
Norfolk and Southern .
Merger.A
: : .t ,.:: a million dollars of farmers money
$ deed of bargain and sale from the and head blistered and the burns soon
\ every dollar that most of them had
Norfolk and Southern Railroad com- made an even more fearful aspect.
r ,,'; and as seeds and fertilizer are sold MUSIC HOUSE
'. pany to the Norfolk and Southern Rail-
F-:
+. to most of them for cash only there ,
t way company conveying all of the roll Station Killed.Mr. .
will be quite a few farmers who will be Agent
ing stock and other property to the lat
.., unable to plant a crop this season. I ter concern for a consideration of $10, J. H. Davis station agent at TITUSVILLE, FLA.

think however, these will be offset by has been filed at Norfolk Va. O'Brien for the Atlantic Coast Line

the new arrivals. The last season Railroads Called to Account. Railway met with an accident Tuesday
'
was a good paying one and the reportsof The Georgia state railroad commission morning that resulted later in his

money made down here have has Issued an order calling upon death. He had volunteered to assistIn

brought more settlers than ever have the Central of Georgia railroad and placing some cars while the freight .

; come in any one season. the Southern Railway company for train was at work in the yard. He

.. ,, "full disclosures touching the sale of
was on top of the train at the brake -- -----
Negro Preacher Guilty of Murder the stock of the former so far as the
: wheel when a sudden lurch threw him
1 facts may be known to them or their
(Green Cove Springs Times.) between the car and across the rail.
companies or appearing in the books or THE MARK
//r Thursday the last of the circuit Both crushed and
+ day documents In their possession." It has legs were up to

tR court, was consumed in the trial of W been charged that the Southern Hail above his knees.
S
X. Smith, a negro preacher charged way company owned a controlling Interest Dr. Puterbaugh of Branford the r

with the murder of his step-daughter In the Central of Georgia, contrary nearest physician took Mr. Davis in : A Work of ArtThat

:'. Julia Ann Dunsan. to a state law prohibiting one charge and he was brought to Live

r J t It will be remembered that early! iIy line from owning stock In a corupetlug Oak as soon as possible, reaching here ALABASTINEfRADE is what your home can be if
company, and It Is the purpose of the you decorate it with Alabastine. For
August a heinous crime was commit I about eleven o'clock Tuesday morning
f_ commission to establish that fact 11 appropriateness is true art; and not
",- r tee near Midd burg. The body ot i the He was carried to the offices of Drs. make home deco-
such Is case. only can you your
}b negro girl was found in Bull Creek Vaudeville Merger Forced. Brown and Thomason but there was rations appropriate with Alabastine

._ : :anc, an investigation proved that the The fight between tbe old vaudeville no chance of saving his life and the but you can make them reflect your .

:'f girl's neck had been broken by a heavy houses in combination against the theatrical unfortunate man died at a few minutes own taste in a way that is not possible -

( blow. Various circumstances led the trust which has been going on after noon. with any other form of wall covering.Ala'bastine .

r Y negroes of the community to suspectS for months and which had entered on He leaves a wife and one child and

j :. that Smith the girl's stepfather had was about 30 years of age. His bodyis : '

f r- murdered her. Officers were notified LINGERING COLD here awaiting instructions from his

... 'j. of the crime and Sheriff Weeks imineJiately relatives who have been advised by -no JanitaiyWaU Coating
Withstood Other Treatment But
t-: ? took steps to capture the Quickly Cured by Chamberlain's wire of the accidentA I* superior in appearance in economy in durability and ,,,,,,,
: unique in its wonderful sanitary properties. You should know
When Smith found he wa .
negro. was Cough Remedy .
more about it on mil these points and we therefor extend you _
-f:> in A church preaching and fought lik Good Liniment a cordial invitation to visit our store see the Alabastine color ,""
"Last winter I canuhl .
a"erv severe charts, and have the Alabastine stenciled design (which:you
:., ,_ a demon to avoid arrest, but to no avail cold which lingered for week," gays J. When you need a good reli.ible liniment can UM yourself)explained to )"ou.

r S f He was taken into custody and Urquhart, of Zephyr, Ontario. *')ly; try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It. Ask to see the Book of Iu'
.' '" !cough was very dry and harsh. The local has no superior for sprains and swelling- Alabastine Prize Design '
to Green Cove and lodged 1n ,
;. brought dealer recommended Chamberlain': A piece of flannel slightly dampenedwith For Sale by
:; Jail where he has been ever since. Cough Remedy and guaranteed it, so I Pain Balm is superior to a plasterfor ..

After hearing all the evidence lathe gave it a trial. One small bottle ofi i it lame back or pains in the side (If EST (COAST LUMBER & SDPPLT COMPABY? I *l>Si

cured I Chamberlain's chest. It also relieves rheumatic t :
f: ,: case the jury returned a verdict ct me. belieye Cough pains .
Remedy to be the best I have ever used." are makes sleep and rest possible. For I
:" "f: guilty and Smith will hang unless a This remedy is for sale by Tituavil! sale by Titusville Pharmacy and Banner THE PACKACC. "' :

... : now trial is granted. Pharmacy and Banner Prug Store. J)rng tore. i

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rsrJt&RTSMAYt:: : : >IFFER IS MYSTERIOUS SHAKE INGREDIENTS v .. t f '



E dry Parallels Give Directly Opposite Conclu- WELL IN BOTTLE TO MIX

hf
Or HARDWAREFJas.
.r' !r'g ioiis of the Murray ,Sand-and-Oil, Road .r
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F"l't-l' &Frtm' lie.TimorUnionTheasphaltumroad, Tells How to Prepare a Simple. Mixture ;

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just completed to Overcome Dread Disease .

..;I. -for the sand and oil road is really [ 'J .
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in' -;:asphaltum road-is apparently There is so mach rheumatism here in Pritchard & Son I t
our neighborhood now that the following
, wholly satisfactory is amply evi- 'r = advice by an eminent authority, who '

-t fenced.'by the enthusiasm of the writes for readers of a I large eastern daily Handle the Finest Lines of : "
From Melbourne Times.
will be these
fl board of county commissioners in and paper highly appreciated by
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Chairman Conkling of the board of who suffer:
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{ for Brevard county. Brevard county commissioners has I: Get from any good pi armacy one half Heavy and Shelf Hardware .:

i The Brevard county board, headed ounce fluid extract dandelion, one ounce .
.
< returned from Jacksonville wherehe compound kargon. three ounces of com- ,
by .Chairman R. A-Conkling1, has
: : Shake these
Z. pound sarsapanlla.
syrup
went with other members of the
I! been here and inspected the road. well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful Our Stock of i..l '
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board to investigate the sand and oil
With Chairman Conkling were doses after each meal and at bedtime;also 4
roads constructed to drink plenty of good water. .
now being a
ft Commissioners J. R. ?Miot J. M. Os- Guns and Goods .1
limited extent, in Duval county. He It is claimed that there are few victimsof Sporting : 1 p :
f:; ban T. A. Robinson and T. J. Cock- this dread and torturous disease who '

is about as.badly disgusted with that will fail to find ready relief in this simple is at all times
shutt. This made up the entire Bre- complete 'I
t. system as are the opponents of the home-made mixture, and in most cases a ; I
.
: vard county board and the commissioners permanent cure isthe result. -

y: were without exception, machinery method which has been under This simple receipt is said to strengthenand ,
discussion for some weeks. In cleanse the eliminative tissues of the i

( : highly in favor of the new system of .fact Brevard could not build oil and kidneys so that they can filter and strain Paints and Oils of Quality ; "t 1 .

. road building. from the blood and system the poisons,
sand roads in 99 years ten months acids and waste matter which cause not
,
fY-. That they were so was evidenced of
and sixty days and those who con- only rheumatism, but numerous other one our Specialties :
:; the fact that the board
; by expressed diseases. Every man or woman here who -
tended for the unwarranted invest iI
. the wish then and there to take the I feels that their: kidneys are rot healthyand 'i :
gation involved the county in just active, or who suffers from any un-
'c. special engineer engaged for the that much expense in order to defeat nary trouble whatever, should not hesitate !- Quotations for large or small orders will a e

.. work and his co-workers back to Bre- the purchase of the machinery. In to make up this mixture, as it is certain be given personal attention. Mail Orders .
to do much good, and may sate you I
vard county with them to build a '
' this they have succeeded-the idea from much misery and suffering after solicited and promptly filled .
'. specimen mile of road as a'demonstration while. ,
has been abandoned and good roadsin
{ to the people of the south Florida Our home druggists say they will either TITUSVILLE FLORIDA : ,
Bre..ard-well well have them ,
:E' supply the ingredients or mix the prescription ,

., county. when we get them. ready to take if our readers ask .
. No better tribute could have been them. j ,
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paid the road and those who built it, I '

r and it is unquestionable that, if itt A New Dade County Fruit.

meets the tests of time and climate (Miami Xews-Record.) Weekly Weather Report. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET ; 1 '

One of the finest specimens of the JUPITER, FLA., Nov. 19. 1907.
: the asphaltum road will be the recognized -
Comparative! statement of temperaturesand G. F.DUBEN Agent,
: avocado ever presented to a fruit loving
road for Florida. rainfall for the week ending Tuesday.

---- ______ ._, __ ____n public is being shown by E. V 1907 1906
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t, I Not Hoarding Bonds Blackman who is the original propagator DATE. MAX. MIS. SHX. MIS : Florida and _
Motor Boat Carnival in March Nov. 13 76 65 60 44
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of the fruit*and after whom the .. .
11 75 58 64 42 1.jWestern
\ "John D. Rockefeller has author-
j The fourth annual motor boat car- department of agriculture at Washington .". 15. 79 70 80 56

, ; nival at Palm Beach will be given ized the following statement: has named this particular avocadaIt .. 16. 76 bO 76 56 ,
17. 77 71 79 70
"I that there have
informed .
r < the week commencing March 16.I am Is called the Blackman and the 18. 82 71 81 75 '- Meats

appeared in several newspapers recently fruit is thick 19. 82 b8 82 74 "
when as usual, the program will in- pulp or unusually and
Total rainfall for the week 26 inches. .
elude the beautiful production by reports that I possess $100- ;Ich. Mr. Blackman has one tree of Departure rainfall for the week minus .26 "

Paine known as the carnival of Venice 000,000 of United States government the new variety, but of course. the inches. of all Kinds.
Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus
;
": when Lake Worth will be bril- bonds, which I have refused to loanor fruit Is not yet abundant. 18.72 inches.

sell for the purpose of helping the From this tree he will have a large H. P. HARDIN. ITUSVILLE, FLORIDA 3
liantly illuminated by a vast produc- Official in Charge.
situation or of adding additional circulation amount of bud wood next year and ex
tion of original fireworks, consisting
by the banks."I pects to grow his new avocado In large My Best Friend TIME IS MONEY .
:: of a naval battle and fireboat racing
do not at the present time, Quantities.The .
own Alexander Benton, who lives on Rnral
TimesUnion.In .
etc., says the ,nor have I owned at any time during outside of the avocado is of a Route 1, Fort Edward, N Y., says: .'Dr.Kinis e

addition to the lake carnival this I the recent crisis United States dark purple, the fruit is large and New Discovery is my best earthly

; year Manager Fred Sterry and H. E. any" heavy and bids fair to become the favorite friend. It cured me of asthma six! years
government bonds. ago. It has also preformed a wonderful
. Bemis will include in the fireworks in this section, both for its lusciousness core of incipient consumption for my

program an illumination of the and its good shipping quali son's wife. The first bottle ended the

Royal Poinciana gardens and groundsand UNCLE SAM A JOB GETTER. terrible cough, and this accomplished,
ties.Mr. the other symptoms left one bv one, until
this is to be made one of the at- New Bureau to-Obtain Work For Both Blackman is to be heartily congratulated she was perfectly well. Dr. Kind's

Itractive features of the week. Americans and Immigrants. on his success in producinga New Discovery's power over coughs! and

.. It is now known that the fastest' According to Secretary of Commerce new variety of Dade county's great colds is simply marvelousNo other.
has it.
remedy ever equaled Fully guaranteed
!- boats in the country will compete for Oscar S. Straus, the division of product. by Titnsville Pharmacy and Banner 1TLi.s

Fthe handsome prizes that will be oft Information newly established in his A Narrow Drug :Store. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle
department is to be a much more far EscapeG.

fered and the tournament representative reaching instrument than has been W. Cloyd, a merchant, of Plunk, -.- -

4 at New York has instructed aNew supposed. It is not merely to aid in Mo,, had a narrow escape four years ago, freeBOBBINS 'z
is just true in
as regard to Sewing:
f':, Yorker who is now in Europet' the distribution of immigrants, but to when he ran ajimson bur into his thumb. Machines as anything else. k.
sort of employ He says:'The doctor wanted to amputate
as
serve a government
: to represent the Palm Beach Power it but I would not consent. I bought a By using Long Shuttle Machines, no matter fV
ment bureau for American workingmen. GRAHAMIncorporated.
travels abroad how well made,you are actually throwing
Boat association in his box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve and that
3 hours out of
away every seven.
cured the dangerous wound. 25c at Titusvtle _
{ and to secure if possible, the entries Mr. Straus' plans contemplate! not and Banner co.,
If! Pharmacy Drug TilE STANDARD ROTARY SHUTTLE
. ;., of some of the fast foreign boat merely the furnishing to woAlngmen Store. ( Paid np Capital $$55.000 SEWING MACHINE 1 i
t., as well as immigrants of information
r1 f owners. This company owns landsin Will make 350 Pitches iu the same time Long
about where be obtained "Dr.Thomas' Electric Oil is the best
employment
:-po- may reme- Coun- Shuttle Machines make
River
others that he will see is the Indian only 200.
Among dy for that often fatal disease--croup. Has
but the actual obtaining for try.ontheSt. Lncie River, The Standard Rotary Principal is most sci-
Baron Rothchiids, of London, who them of promise of employment before been used with success in our family for fight ''ntihcally correct, which fact hasbeenprovetrby
a years."-Mrs, I.. Whitacre, Buffalo, N. Y, at New River, and on Biscayne -
t owns two fdst boats, and also several they leave one part of the country ---.-- Bay. world 25 :years and of by successful our competitors use in all continuously parts of the

Frenchmen that have for another. Hitherto it has been Irving to it without TUB
well known PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMESSend : copy FUCCPSS. J
understood that this new bureau was BATH POOLS IN SCHOOLS. T.\ >.\Ri> OR\ND ROTARY, THE I
record speeding crafts. 4 to serve only as a means for supplying for land I list. \ORLD'S BEST. SEWING MACHINE is two t<

The number of Florida built boats ImmIgrants with information. Washington Official Would Han OFFICES machines one-Ixxkand<< Chain Stitch-
Jail Bearing Stand-Straight Automatic Lift.
next year in the races \\illexceed "The last congress." said the secre- Swimming In the Curriculum. TITUSVILLE_. AND MIAMI }K) not fail to investigate the merits of the

that of the past three years, as the tary to the New York Times Washington Swimming as a part of the curricu- -- Fa1>test.Mo*>t Silent, Easiest Running and them '

: correspondent the other day. provided lum of the public schools in Washington ; 0. A. STEWART < >st durable. Sewing Machine" made, THE ,
'Florida designers are using every TAND MID ROTAIiY A demonstration
for a division of information in is recommended by Henry B. Davis a reveUtion" Write for prices and Easy: Payment -
effort to produce a class of boats superior connection with the bureau of imrni :. inspector of plumbing of the district Plan. Guaranteed Sewing :Machines

to those built in the north, as gratlon. I put at the bead of this dhi in his annual rej"ort says the FIRE $1JO up. r

the building of boats has become a slon one of the most respected labor Washington; Herald. Mr. Davis suggests The 58 Standard S. Broad Sewing SL Atlanta Machine, Ga..Co.

f men in the country. Terence V. Pow the providing: of pool baths in
f prominent industry on the Florida The Standard
derly. a man of broad experience and the public schoolwhich might serve Insurance Sewing Machine j :

east coast. great ability as five bathhouses when not in use bj is sold by the Indian River

With the opening of the new canal "It is my hope to make this division the public authorities. TITUSVILLE FLORIDAI Music House Titusville #

St. Augustine and Ormond really helpful! to labor In general in "If swimming had been made comuNory ,

under their placing such information before mgt in schools: s'rr.ear tw.
boats now proceed [ our
can
only the immigrants but the laboring ..." the the represent some of the leading spend a Pleasant
own power from St. Augustine to a;: says rei'''rt. coauunnltynuuU
of the world and
companies any
t'between Miami distance of over 300 miles, men throughout the country as will probably! bate It-en spared th1
a will alfHour
entrusted
business to me receive [
and it is thought that most of the enable them: to supply the demand for 'cries of Ih..trl''slw? fatal accidents In andcareful attentionSay. ,

lighter craft will take advantage of remunerative labor in every part of rue riser during the past few years." prompt

the wonderful trip that is afforded the corntry Mr Davis urges; the establishment

!i"! now that the canal has been com- "I hope the di\i lon will Joe- a kind of i;, 1Vtshingtnn of public Inths to IHl'n >e

I pleted, and which will take them clearing hot"-e. so that the wage; earn- the entire jear Thc>M-. he sap-

through the magnificent Indian river er may obtain d?finite! employment !>e- are -d-k ni-e sity." IS is shown l hy

where a thousand and one beautiful I fore moving from one" section of the the fact that l'radt'lty'ry! << Iaru.

.. scenes enchant the eye. country to the other. city in Germany. lnlaml.;:: Switzerland

Hundreds of the boats now make and Austria has one or nin- I I

the trip from the north through to Ask the EditorIf baths some sufJicieutly lare;:: to a'I
cojimodate 1.201 luns at one tune
Palm Beach. and Miami. wish to know something concerning looking ew.r the HENRY BOSCH COM-
.
you Ma.It live will I be as bur a rouse as you!
to \V. J. Morgan PANY WALL PAPER sample at your town
From a cablegram Yes my child if you don't use:
asking about dates is probable the standing of our colleges, Biliousness and ConstipationFor MAGIC WHITE SOAP.Rub heme-aittin& comfortably at year
Jyefcairt You can make a better aeleetwB
that S. F. Edge the famous London you would do well to call on the edi I was troubled with biliousness 1
r years Magic on soiled parts leave them in that way than by ransacking the Btonx. 4'
r millionaire auto builder and racer, tor. He can give you full informa- and constipation which made life water one hour. No boiling washboard Yea HO tb. wKoU ..-th. very latest
the March DaytonaOrmond miserable for me Mt appetite failedme. no backache if you use MAGIC WHITE desirru-ths loveliest tints and richest M
will enter institution. He
tion concerning I Ioct mv usual forre and \itahtv. SOA1. Will iron easy as magic:has no rosin color effects iocludicr imported Jo&u.roa.EnrythiD& a
automobile races. references and and like In yellow soap. Get your grocer to orderor good in wall paper in the
investigated
has our Pepsin preParationa' catliartioonljmade send ns $4.H) for I box of 100 5c cakes. .
Bosh in.
whereof he speaks. He knows matters wor'=e. I do net know where We pay for freizht. Save the wrappers.
In Fishing. It's economy tow TOO get the lowest
Wrinkle
had I tried
I should have been today not .
When Charles Beck of Worcester. that when we say that we can give a Chamberlain's.Stomach and Liver Tablet MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld New Tofk-CbicJujo Will call with prir Bach Samples

' Mass offered to wager a supper with I. complete course of shorthand in The tablets relieve the ill feeling New Orleans, La. any hour to you name.heart's Locktbera coo-
o.cr your
friends at Lake QuinMpamond that he three months with a speed of 150 atonce.strencthen the digest vefunctions, -------- --- tent-not the hast obligation to
in the lake with 8 helping the system to do its work natural buy. It's our way of ad.-
could take a dip his teeth and catch words per minute, or a graduate |Iv -MR>. Itos POTT-, Birmingham. Ala. HANDY MOTH PAPERA Batas the Leek Wall Papen.Y. .

fish line between at him. says a course of business and bookkeepingin These tablets are for ale by Titu \ille

a fish they laughed four months, that we are speaking Pharmacy and Banner Dmj Store.
special to the New moth destroyer and inft'f"tant. Place
(Ma U>> W. ELDRED
Worcester Beck swam out Into thefT from actual records of the work previously under carpets or in the folds of fur and clothing .
York Herald. min done by us. Heavy impure blood makes a muddy it drives away moths and worry Twelve
lake from the clubhouse. A few Write for large free catalogue.ATHE..s pimply complexion, headaches nausea, indi- sheets in a packet carnage prepaid 10 cents The Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator
g : otea later he returned the line still between gestion. Thin Wood makes you weak, pale, Six packets docents if druggist doesn't have it.

his teeth, and on the book at BUSINESS COLLEGE sickly. Burdock Blood Bitters makes the Madigan l'ow.JprVorkll,Selection 846Clarkrstllle TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
184 1-2 Clayton, St. Athens, Ga. blood rich red. pure-restores perfect health. ,Iowa ,
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't DOINGS OF THE The New Schloss Models LATEST NEWS S Special Sale at Kline's; LOCAL GOSSIP


k: PRESENT WEEKIt are now on display here. They will : AND INCIDENTS Bargains In Every Department I itAccident

set the fashon in gentlemen's wear ': MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25,1907. I ANDJERSONALS

for the coming fall and winter for i ,
Indian Head. 44 inches wide
Pungent 'Holes Pertaining to Events they bear a certain air of individuality -, Personal Paragraphs About People that good for fancy work, worth specially 25- Something About the People of Titus- r

It. Transpiring About Town that is instantly distinguishable. i,1 Travel Here and There 1 I centsIonday only, 19 cents per yard vine as They Come and Go
They are not radical and yet there is. | Linino, specially good for shirtwaists

Special bargains in men's clothing at that difference that makes these new models -J t', Mrs. Mary Percival.of Baltimore arrived and suitings, already shrunk, Have your teeth cleaned, its the badgeof
Kline's. stand pre-eminent as the artistic creation this week to spend the winter wither 36 inches wide, worth 3.) cents Monday civilization. DR. MILLER. K
of
Next Thursday, Nov. 28th, Thanksgiving master tailors. : daughter, Mrs. Harry G. Utley. i j,. only, special 19 cents per yard.
Schloss clothes tailored White India lawn worth 25 Messrs. L. A. Brady and W. T. Math-
r day. are perfectly I' Mr. Arthur H. McKeown and family, cents, ;
and of precise fit, combining of I Bellevue, Pa., are expected to arrive I Monday only, 19 cents per yard. ers are riding new Tribune bicycles just
Mrs. S. E. Rice has returned home sterling workmanship the most I at their Rockledge home sometime this Children's and Misses' hose, fine! recently purchased from Indian River

t. :from several weeks' stay with her sister tasteful fashions of the hour. week. ribbed, worth 25 cents, Monday only, Music House. i

. ". Mrs. Barco. The and best line of cloth- 15 cents pair. All sizes.
: largest Mr. J. D. Crabb went to Jacksonville per Work at the Florida Extract Works i

r:: Mr. Joe Fields, of Indianola, purchased ing, shoes, hats men's and boy's Monday[ to wind up some business matters -I i I White linen table cloth, 72 incheswide had to be shut down temporarily a few
urnishings shown on the East Coast. in that place and probably will visit I worth 80 cents, Monday only,
;f; a fine $200 mare the first of the days ago owing to repairs to
Send us your orders.WINSTON Lake City on his return. 59> cents per yard. necessary
week from Mr. J. M. Osban. the in the
Also another grade two yards pump pan room,
S. BRANNING Do not think teeth cannot be extract- : 1
& Mr. S. N. Gladwin is having an addition edwithoutpain. I do it everyday. It's ivideworth. $1.50, special $1.00 per Re-enamel your teeth if you want

1.'. built to* his cottage on Julia street, Titusville, Florida. only done successfully by a few. rard. something that will be a satisfaction to :
which will him DR. MILLER. Special cut prices in ladies' dress
two
give -
c more rooms. -- ---- you always. Teeth restored by this

: A convict was killed in the swamp Death of T. T. WetmoreOur Owing to a lack of state aid for the goods. method have all the qualities of perfect q
Ladies' black voile skirts with two
colored school the
near the convict at Mims Monday esteemed townsman Mr. T. T. at this place school I teeth.: DR. MILLER. # "
,': camp will be closed after the 15th of next I straps of taffeta to match, special .
afternoon while trying to make his Wetmore, passed away last Saturdayat month. I $6.-19. The Western Union has replaced the

escape. 10:30 a. m. Mr. Wetmore was Mrs. J. P. Turner, of New Smyrna, I Special bargains in ladies' coats. spliced telegraph poles on Julia street i

The new Victor talking machine records well advanced in years, having been grand worthy matron of the Order of Ladies' oxfords in all the latest with extra heavy chestnut poles this '
Eastern Star, was in town and styles, in fact they are already next week, which makes
for December can be heard at In- born Feb. 10th, 1826, at St. Johns, Tuesday a good substantial
Music Wednesday to attend the meeting of spring's styles in golden brown, pat- piece of work from the t
dian River House Saturday of railway station
N. B. His health and had ,
strength friendship Capter. While here she was ent leathers and vicis, in endless variety the
to
next week the 30th inst. failed slowly during the past twelve entertained by Mrs. G. M. Robbins. of styles, we can suit you and fit commercial office. ,

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Doolittle returnedthe months, but ,he had continued the The closed season for mullet went into: you, at prices that I assure you are The beautiful doll in Kline's show

first part of the week to Titusville, of his business until just before effect last Friday, the 15th to remainso more than right. 1 window is attracting a great deal of
and have engaged rooms at Mrs. Renaker's care until the first of the new year. Not Mail orders promptly filled on any speculation as to who will get it for a
his death. enough bottom fish have been secured of the above
goods. Christmas
in South Titusville.If present. If you will call at
He to Florida about 23 this week to make shipments worth
came years JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. the
you get a set of artificial teeth mentioning, the total catch of Tuesday store they will tell you of the unique
t made with the triple suction and the ago and was in charge of the buil ding night being less than 100 Ibs. plan by which it is to be awarded. t -
of the bridges of the old J. T. & Church Notes
1-. new base you will certainly have something The Miami Metropolis of Monday Mrs. B. R. Wilson and Miss Helen
:j with which you can chew or money K. W. Ry. from Jacksonville to Ti states that disciples of Blackstone are. Dean Robottom will officiate in Eau and Masters Rush and Carl Wilson ar-

iErefunded.. DR. MILLER. tusville and also the dock work on whispering it about that Mr. Geo. M. Gallie on next Sunday morning at 10:30, rived home Saturday from a pleasant
bobbins, of this place is to
likely receive
and
Melbourne
at
.. Mr. L. C. Oliver, of Jacksonville, ar- Indian river. a judicial appointment of prominence on Sunday evening at two weeks' visit with Mrs. Wilson's

; ". rived Tuesday to look after his orange He took up his residence in Titus in the near future. It will cer- 7:30.Regular daughter, Mrs. W. C. Thomas, in Or-

[r grove, and disposed of his crop for a ville 18 years ago and built the i ice tainly fall upon worthy shoulders. services at the Presbyterianchurch angedale, and also visiting friends in

'- lump sum to Messrs. B. F. Ives and Geo. factory in partnership with Mr.S.N. While spending a few hours in the Sunday evening. Jacksonville.CoL }
suburban of town Rev. W. R. Lambert, superintendentof
part Tuesday
\ Gardner returning to Jacksonville next ladwin, afterwards buying out Mr. chanced we and Mrs. J. H. Hogan arrived
to meet up with our friend, the Florida Anti-Saloon league, will
i., day.Mr. Gladwin's interest, he has continuedthe Mr. John McCrory, who is in charge of' conduct services at the Baptist church, Monday from New York having spent

and Mrs. S. B. Rathbun and their business ever since. the; gardening being done at the old Titusville, on Sunday, Nov. 24th at 11a. the summer with Mrs. Hogan's sister,
field known Rice
as s garden, where
Miss Grace arrived Mrs. Gerry, at Rockaway Beach. Mrs.Hogan's .
daughter, Saturday Mr. Wetmore had always lived a Messrs. McCrory, S. J. Norton and' m.
t. afternoon from Rochester, N. Y., and busy life. Previous to coming to 1.. W. Doolittle are trucking. They. The regular conference of the Baptist health is very much improvedby

: are ,again cosily settled in their neat Florida he built many ships in Con- have fine prospects for celery and are church is postponed till Monday at 7 the change, while the colonel is looking -
PIt little cottage on Hopkins street for the growing sweet and Irish potatoes tomatoes well although just out from a stay
necticut of them for the : p. m. All members are requested to
r .' winter season. Their Titusvillet. some gov peppers, string beans lettuce, of two weeks in the hospital in New 4
many etc., quite extensively. We return attend if possible.
ernment during the Civil He
friends gladly welcome their return. war. thanks for their sending.us some fine I -. ----. I York. Mrs. Gerry, who has been com
t was a member of the Masonic fraternity tomatoes and from their ing to Rockledge during the tourist sea-
One of the residents the county who peppers gar i Will Continue Ice BusinessMrs.
travels frequently between Cocoa andf' in Connecticut, but, althoughhe dens. They are shipping beans now. i son in past years, has not fully decided
f.. T. T. Wetmore
Titusville has call the never affiliated with the Titus Mr. A. S. Wadsworth, of Boston who i accompanied about coming south this winter.
to
requested us her friend, Mrs. W. P. Webster, to
of last winter in Titusville
ville lodge he was in full sympathywith spent part !
t> attention of the county fathers to the arrived Jacksonville Wednesday, where she
Friday, accompanied this trip i at the Mill
ji,- necessity of having the roads repaired it.Interment. by t Mrs. Wadsworth and Alexander: will spend about two weeks, after
,. at several of the bridges on the county was made Sunday after- Wadsworth his son. They left this which she will return and continue The carriage at the big saw mill of

road where the road has been badly noon in the Titusville cemetery, the week for Banana river where they will her home in Titusville permanently. 1 the Titusville Lumber Co. was thrown
washed remain for a while. Mr. Wadsworth i We are assured that it is Mrs. Wet-i from its track out onto the ground on
out.
services being conducted by Dean had fine cabin launch the i
a
on .
very
more's intention to continue the ice
i the north side of the mill Friday by the
Mr. F. O. Sebring, of Jacksonville, I Robottom, of St. Gabriels church, stranded Savannah Line steamer Birmingham 'I.' factory business just the same as
which sunk in Boston harbor clamp giving away which fastens the
son of Hon. W. H. Sebring, mayor of: assisted by Bishop Gray, who was an few days ago. The boat was over 30 a.., managed by her late husband, and carriage to the wire cable that controlsthe
that city, has been in Titusville and vicinity the business will be looked after b
old friend of DIrlYetmore 5,at the feet long and well fitted up. Mr. Wads- > operation of the The
for a few days the past week and house and the worth had planned for a pleasant win Rev. Wm. Stones, who has been i in carriage. car-
completed at grave riage is about 35 feet and is
long
the present week in the interests of ter's cruising on the craft in Florida charge of affairs for some time past re-
r Sgobel & Day, the fruit auction specialists The funeral was in charge of the East Coast waters which has been up --- --- versed at a speed of something like 25
Masonic lodge here which rendered set. He was saved from total loss by Thanksgiving Suit or 30 miles an hour and with no butting
of New York city. THE STAR office
insurance to the extent of
$1OOO-only block to arrest its force the
received a very pleasant call from every possible assistance.Mr. partial value, however,of the boat alone. We have just received an additional carriagewent
,'i- Mr. Sebring last Friday morning: Wetmore leaves his wife, two -- -- -- shipment of Schloss Bros. clothes spinning outward and landed clear

brothers and three sisters, all o r Commissioners Road Meeting they are new, handsome styles, of the mill building. A negro standingon

t. Bishop Gray in Titusville whom have visited him in Florida just the thing for Thanksgiving. If: the carriage was pretty badly hurt
The board of commissioners
county > by the shock. The
L you want something natty and new carriage was repaired -
Bishop.Wm. C. Gray arriyedinTitusville and are generally known in Titusville held a special meeting )'esterdayafternoon see these new arrivals; they are the and put to work again Tuesday.
Sunday from down river points and Mrs. Wetmore has the sincere -
sympathy
to take up the question o:f handsomest garments we have seen --- ---
t remained here until Monday, He of the entire community in her active road work ind it was decided for a long while and they'll wear a, Double Train Service
preached an excellent at St. well they look. Better dress
sermon as
bereavement. She left Wednesdaj:; yourself -
to purchase at once twelve mules and Double daily train service between
j Gabriel EpiscopalchurchSundaynighafter t, for Jacksonville to be the f before dressing that turkey.
guest o six for the Jacksonville and Miami
dump will
which he held a sort of informal patent wagons purpose Our prices enable you to do both. be resumed -
} reception at the church. Bishop Gray her friend, Mrs. W. P. Webster, for of building good roads in Br eWe are showing largest line of up- next Monday. The official

t r leaves in February next on his trip about two \\'t'eks.Irs.. Wetmor vard county. It is said that this district to-date clothing, shoes and menr time card has not yet been receivedbut

.., through the Holy Land and tours i in expects to make her home in Titus has about $1,000, and that i in I furnishing WINSTON on the east. BRANNINT coast. I southbound train S3 will arrive

several foreign countries, expecting to ville.A. the whole county there is over $10,- Titusville Fla.: here about 11 p. m. and northbound

.. be absent for a year. During his brief cool drink at a cool place a t 000 available for pushing this work, I' ,j train 28 will arrive here about 3 a. m.

.. stay in Titusville the bishop was entertained IA DY'S. which ought to build eight miles o f I Work of State Dredges II i as heretofore.

by Dean and Mrs. Robottom. Notice marl road. It is expected the tock k s Governor Broward and Ex-Govern-i' -
to Tax PayersUnder I
'; Indian River Lodge Xo. 1U3,1 K. P.
and wagons can be secured by the i or Jennings went south last Friday II j
t" in Children'sClothing the provisions of section 41
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Special Bargains at Kline'sBoys'suitsinextraqualityofblack chapter 5596, |laws of }Florida all taxesare'due first of the coming month. !j to visit the dredges at New river returning -i| The aww..namt'fllodge was organized -

and payable on the first day o f j north Monday. Since the at this place at a meeting Wednesday -

. November. The law also provides tha FURNITCRE.URYGOOUSslIO'From ? !' first of July. llHM), the dredge E\er- night in the :Masonic; hall
.- Thibet worth $;).00, Monday's special if any tax payer shall pay his taxes between ]glade has cut three and a half mihjt>
-: $3.-19. the first day of November and now on at Gardner's you will 1 : up the north ]prong of Nc... river, w ,en about twenty: new members

:' Boys' heavy quality blue serge the first day of December he shall b e receive with each CASH purchase, d'!and the dredge Okeechobee, which \\\re initiated. A fine banquet was

suits, bloomer trousers, sizes 7 to 17, alloutd a discount of two per con t. ticket. When you have$'J- .INJ worth i, !I Iv started l the first of June this year, : served. Further particulars uf this
l regular price $8.50, Monday $6.98. therefrom: and if raid on the first da can obtain a high grade talking cutting at the south i is
I of December, or between that day l I you ;: (prong now affair have been promised THE STAR l
Another lot of boys' suits in hard the first day of January he shall be an al- I machine on the most liberal tt'rmsand i! two and a half miles; from where she but as yet have not been handed in.
finish worsted, bloomer trouSl'r-, j lowed" a discount of one per cent. Tax at a fraction of regular price commenced. The land already drained

special$"'.98. Sizes 7 to 16. bovks close on the first Monday in April{. I It will interest YOU.Chas. 1 will soon be placed on the market A cool drink at a cool place a;:; :k

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Tax Collector Ilrevard : .
Smoking Tobaccos County I ;I Just Received -- -- -
.. I Wood For Sale- I The Alpine Hotel
Sensation, Duke's Mixture, Bull Turkeys For Sale I 1907 grown bean seed, extra early
Durham, U. ,S. Marine Old English Pine or oak. any length. Also lowing and 1.,1& to 1.1Jft> per bushel 1 Titusville Fla., F. A. Lesley, man-
: Curve Cut, Van Bibber,Turkish Trophies I Fine young turkeys home-rasl'tt, for and harrowing.) See or address J. ; F. 0. B. E. L. BRADY & BRO.Titusville ager. On the European plan furnished -
Rolls. j Thanksgiving and Christmas for ale +; W. Jamison. Titusville. Fla. Fla. rooms and quick lunch. Centrally
White at 25c. per pound gross.T. -- ----- i ____ located.
BANNER DRUG STORE.
I A. ROBINSON For SALK CHEAP ion CASH.
\ City Point. Florida. I Fine Box Candies at the BannerDrug
' About 8., act-8 of sr* J high land on Orange and Grapefruit Trees
: Store.
: Stove WoodI I the eat or cxvan suit- of the Indian river ; Grown Shiloh Fla.
at on highhickon'
t. offering finch pine stovewood For Sale I j at the Narrow: de-eril't'd{ as follows: Lot'Xo. r i -
am ; hammock. Free from white
3 swtioti ; also lot Xo. 3 section, j Draying
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that has never been turpentined. iOne pair thoroughbred 1 months fly. One year to two year old buds.
36 township :U south, range 39 east. Drayiog or hauling of all kinds promptly
J All other wood you buy now old pups cross between setter and This land is unimproved but finely I attended to. Mt-tts all trains. Move Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully -
f has been turpentined; 25 cords cutand j pointer, will be of right age to train cated. For further particulars addresse II\ for sale at all times. packed and delivered at Oak Hill

i .' dried ready for delivery. j when season opens. Address D., E.1.: Low. H. E. HOLTOS.Titusville station. J. W. GRIFFIS,

(9 'f' .. G. G. HOWARD. 1 STAR office. I Brock ton, )1a QI. I Fla. i Shiloh, Fla.,

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2 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1907



. children to summer; schools Is regardedas

I : ;i..:: : 7+,1,:7 : favorable. He proposes to make 1 THE[ mn WAY f

the pay of the teachers accordingly

higher. 'in money and not in holidays:

I and vacationslie argues further. Scores of Florida Citizen Have--
tUillEthUNC that short hours. Saturday and Sun- Learned It

day holidays and long vacations "Instead -

I of producing the habit of study If you suffer from backache,
.t There is one way to cure it.
among teachers, probably increases The perfect way is to cure the kidnej
I laziness." According to this proposal A bad back means sick kidneys.

II ::'.. .. no teacher would teach all day but Neglect it, urinary troubles follow.

two or even three should occupy the Doan'a Kidney Pills are made for kidneys .

same room during successive sessions. only.S. .

: r Japanese Scholar Excluded. B. lemons, ciganuaker. living at
ji
1311 Ashley Street, Tampa, Fla., save;
s.. r F:.1' ..+, w+;,t....... .r:. The board of education of Savannah. "I used Doan'a Kidney Pills suit they
; Ga., has decided to dismiss George cured me of backache and disorder of the

4. Yngazna. the Japanese boy who was kidnejs. Two or three times on accountof

_w Maryland.-John Walter Smith de- recently admitted to the night schooL the pain in my back I was unable to

eated Governor Warfield In the Dem- I LEGAL-CRIMINAL I His admission occurred during the absence go to work for several days. The secretions

I POLITICALPresident's I ocratic primaries for the United States of Superintendent Otis Asbmore. of the kidneys were in a very bad

senate both in Baltimore and the rural $76,000,000 Oil Funds Asked. When Mr. Ashmore returned and learned condition, dark in color and if allowedto
sections. Senator stand would become of the consistencyof
View of Elections.In Whyte was unop Attorney General Davidson of Texas that the Japanese lad had been ad-
I tried various remedies'takinjfwhat
indicated jelly.
returns
J posed. Incomplete
a formal statement issued at that Austin L. Crothers. Democratic has filed suit at Austin against eleven mitted he declared that it was a break. seemed like gallons of medicine andI

r : 'ef Washington Thursday President Roosevelt candidate for had been elect- subsidiary concerns of the StandardOil ing of the racial line which could not also put on plasters, but nothing helped -
said the result of the elections was governor company for penalties aggregating be permitted In the south. The boardof me at all until I got Doan'a Kidney
ed 7.000 .
"extremely gratifying" and that he had by pluralIty.MississlppLE. $.:;,000.000 for alleged violation of the education concurred In this view, Pills upon the advice of a friend of mine,

'? sent a letter of congratulation to Mr. F. Noel for governorand antitrust law. Ouster from the state and the boy will be dismissed. Ostensibly and using them according to direction

t Heney of San Francisco. The victoryin entire Democratic ticket were and a receiver of their properties are how ever, the dismissstl will be they cured me in a very short time"

New Jersey, he says is just what elected without opposition. also asked for. on the ground that he Is over the For sale by all dealers Price 50 rents.

Y happened there in the middle of the Nebraska.-The Republican candi- school age. which will prevent the matter Foster Miltnrn Co.. Buffalo, New York,

McKinley administration nine years 'dates for supreme court and university Actor Hitchcock Surrenders. becoming an international Issne.BOlton' sole! agents for the United States
regents were elected by 15,000 to :0,000: After having remained in hiding a Remember the nameDoan'sandtake
As compared with the elections
ago. I
# plurality. week In New York city baffling the New Course of Study. fIn | no other.
+ next the last
preceding presidential or
Virginia.-Legislature largely Democratic efforts of the authorities to reach him. the revised course of study which
4 in 1903. the Republicans have done better The most unique theft on record a>
as usual. Raymond Hitchcock voluntarily surrendered has been adopted for the public schoolsof
thinks the Trenton X J.. committed
president considering wan recently f
New Jersey.ADerror himself to the courts and was Boston, says the School Journal
the in when entered the house of Mrs.
especially sweeping victory a man
in tabulation f- & released on $..500 bail on one of the English has been made the central fea
Kentucky for the first time since the Catherine llittle and :stole two cana-
made it at six indictments against him for abduc- ture. Arithmetic has been simplifiedand I
appear '
first McKinley vote. The result In ries from their cages says a special
first that F. .\.. Katz- tion and assault Hitchcock refusedto made practical hi its relation to
.. Manhattan be finds to be due to purely dispatch to the New York World. Tbe-
enbach. Democrat disclose where he had hidden and, practical life. In geography stress Is
local causes. The president went home to whom the
policeman case was reported -
had been elected as In company with his wife, reappearedIn laid upon human life commerce and
to vote. said it waa "a bird of a theft"A
y: but later ** industry. Commercial geography Is
governor the performance of A Yankee Tourist
Last Week's Election Results. returns gave the ." where the audience greeted them given a prominent place. More timeis Reliable Remedy for Croup J

;' New York.-The Republican-IndeF state to the :"'" with prolonged cheers. given to spelling than before. Phys-
Mrs. S. Rosmthal of Turner Michigan -
pendence League fusion forces met licans John F. ical training has been almost revoln
epub-li Santa Fe Fined $330,000. says: "We have need Chamberlain'sCough
.' with defeat In New York city Tam- ] being ; tIonized. Hygiene has been given
and children
ourselves
Medicine for
In the federal district court at Los
:, many's candidate for sheriff Tom FoI I over 7.000 ','!- precedence over physiology. Weight is I' for several years and like it very

i ley, and the candidates for Judgeships Mark Fagan, Jersey ...' Angeles Judge Wellborn imposed a given to knowledge of the health of the much. I think it is the only remedyfor
with the reduced fine of $330,000 upon the Atchison Topeka home and the it."
winning plurality of City's Republican re- 4': community. Beginningwith croup and can highly recommend
,1 about 25000. The league polled only form mayor was defeated "- and Santa Fe railroad upon Its elementary personal hygiene For sale by Titus ville Pharmacy and ,

=. 110,000 votes In the entire state as by H. O. conviction last July for granting rebates pils are taught correctness In food, pU-I' Banner Drag Store .

: compared with six times as many for Wlttpenn, DemoJohn F.Fort to the Grand Canyon line and ercise posture sleep and habits. -- -

' Hearst last year. Leader Murphy callsit crat by 10000. Cement Company of Arizona. The the next grades personal hygiene that I

"the elimination of Hearst. McCar- 1Ias8achusetts.-Go\'ernor Guild was judge said this was an "Intermediate teaches how to make the body CASTORIAFor I

r ren lost Brooklyn to the Republicans. re-elected for his third term by the penalty. as the maximum fine would ful. strong and graceful has beauU-1 I Infants and Children.

The.vote was Ught.Pennsylnnla.Republlcans. Republicans with a plurality of about have been 1320000. The company the seventh grade comes for ,

'f won back 100,000. the opposition vote being divided asserted that the alleged rebates were time a little physiology then morepersonal The Kind You Hare Always Bought l lI
the office of state treasurer electing paid on account of damaged goods. hygienetogether with home
between Dem. 83,492
Whitney ( ), : I
a John Q. Sheatz. an antImachine man. Illsgen (Ind. League), 74.845. and Bart- Are Voting Machines Legal hy ene. In the eighth grade attentionIs I. Bears theSignature

by 173,000. over Harman (Dem.). Philadelphia lett (Antirailroad Merger), 11.710, The supreme judicial court of Massachusetts given to public hygiene. ofUAMBERLA1N'

t was held by the old organization The Hearst league cut a considerable has recently decided that the Agricultural School Exhibit.At I

and the $10.000,000 loan was vote figure in Boston, where District Attor- use of voting machines is not permissible Cuthbert. Ua., all the public I

. '- ed by a decreased majority. ney Moran was re-elected. under the constitution of the schools In Randolph county were rep-.

Rhode Island.-Go\'ernor James 11. Roosevelt Against Paper Tariff. commonwealth This decision has resented in a contest for the best I
Higgins (Dem.) was re-elected by about
aroused no little comment and has led
To the committee on paper of the corn, cotton and poultry produced by C
2.500 plurality an Increase of 1.000 to the assertion that If the machinesare
1 American Newspaper Publishers' association :: the pupils in connection with their
: over his plurality last year.
\ unconstitutional in Massachusettsthey
which called at the White agricultural courses.
Utah.-The American or antiMormon House[ Thursday President Roosevelt must be also in New York and I r'r-s
victorious in Salt Lake
party was other states. :
perhaps
I
intimated that he would
: City. John D. Branford being electelmaIOI' urge congressto :
repeal the tariff! on print paper Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer, I
by from 7.000 to 10.000 plurality. '
wood pulp and the wood. that goes Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf DIARR1i-"
It Is thought that the Mormons t INDUSTRIAL'' i !
Into the manufacture of paper; also I I II
were scattered between Republican.
T
t your blood is impure, thin, diseased,
that he would
have the department of I
$ Democratic and Socialist tickets. The "
hot full of if have
Strike humors blood
Telegraph Declared Off. or yon -
Justice investigate the trust to .uA
paper I
council is also anti-Mormon.
poiiOn. cancer carbuncles, sores
eating ,
Following the lead of the
Chicago
if
it had violated
a' see the laws.
Tom L Johnson l
Ohio-Mayor carried local of the Commercial Telegraphers" scrofula, eczema, itching, risings and
Cleveland on his platform of municipal bumps scabby, pimply skin, hone pains, A few doses of this remedy will invariably -
t"- street cars I EXECUTIVEMust I union the branches Inew York and catarrh, rheumatism or any blood or cure an ordinary attack of

c three cent fares and other cities throughout the country km disease, take Botanic Blood Balm diarrhoea.

; other reforms by have toted a suspension of the strike ((8. B. B.) Soon all sores heal l, ache It can always be depended upon,
ry Work or Starve. until further notice and agreed to return and pains stop and the blood is made even in the more severe attacks of

4 0,000 over Congress After a conference at the White to work as fast as the companiescan pure and rich. Druggists or by express cramp colic and cholera morbns.It .

N- .ar, t, man Burton, who House with Secretary Garfield of the find places for them. The strike $1 per large bttle Sample free by writing I is equally successful for summer

.. ran with the In- Interior department tant Secretary leaders say that overtures were made Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. B B. diarrhoea and cholera infantam in

;: r ; dorsement of the Oliver of the war department and by tho managers* promising important B. is especially advised for chronic, deep- i children, and is the means of saving
national administra Commissioner of Indian Affairs seated cases, as it cures after all else fails. the lives of many children each year
Leupp. concessions if the men would return I
When reduced with water and
tion. The
+ city council the president decided to continue the I They propose to test the oral promiseof j I I sweetened it is pleasant to take
also went Demo Cd.L9TORI
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policy of the Indian bureau of furnishIng the at least until
management Every man of a family sh in Id keep
I ite Kiitl Yin. Ham-lwais icUilt
Brand
: cmtklargely. the Indians an opportunity to work March 1 next. Searsthe I this remedy his home Bur it no w_

:1 Wliitlock was reelected and In case of their failure to take advantage Balloon Factory For St. Louis. 87 # PRICE, 25c LARGE SIZE. 5oc

J_ I ; mayor of of the opportunity to leave ; 4
The American Airship and Balloon
Toledo on an ine them to their own resource This is I .
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ticket
dependent the result of the recent outbreak of a
I purchase ground for a concourse and
Markheit (Rep) was elected mayor of band of renegade Ute Indians now I located
Yom' l'''. factory in or near St. Louis. The aerodrome
Cincinnati. the Cheyenne river
on resef'"atlon -
.. : The i ost-electlon presidential boom In North Dakota will be 80 feet high and 200 A Stitch in lime saves nine.
feet long by COO feet wide. This will
i for triumphant mayor of Clevelandwas Meyer to V V_ .t Standing. enable the company to innate the balloons .
s : started btb resolution of the Save a sick spell
; Postmaster General Meyer believes under con r. The company claimsto many
bt Louis Democratic club representing I
t 10.000oters.. Indorsing him for theN that \\orklngefficlency is Impaired have a contract from the government by giving Ihe child '
j by following the custom of sitting at a for an airship similar to that in
presidency
Calif ornla-Dr. Edward K. Taylor.
-- : of the lower branch of the Massaiit In the recent St. Louis contest
i the acting; reform mayor of ban I'rau .
>etts assembly he used a massive
Mauretania Beats Lusitania.
clM-o. and District Attorney Lauzdou SYRUPEVERY
e :e:'k made of walnut highly' embelIshed .
j under whose regime Mayor S\hmitz The Cunard Steamship company announces
% and than four
standing more
was sent to prison and the Ruef graft that the Mauretania made an ;
s feet high This has been brought to MOTHERshould I
e i machine destroyed. were elected ou the average of 2tl03 knots an hour In her :
tick .asbinton; and Installed in his office recent trial trip which is In excess of keep supplied with Ballard's Horehound Syrup if she \

i.c! by flits he will use hereafter standing up the best time made by the Lusitania in wishes to save her children from serious hick opells. It ,...n-
his work. tains absolutely nothing does not
it injurious, constipate Good
her late record
't I nearly :0.000 plurality over Ryan can. breaking voyage The for children as well as adults.A .
: didate of the local Kepub'ican! machine Receiver For Exposition.It latter vessel on her last trip In twenty- cough often leads to consumption and should be checked I

z and McCarthy of the Union Labor par seems cot Improbable that the four hour covered t518 knots one knotIn immediately.

;, directed by ex- Iayor Schmitz from .1 I laruMown exposition will spend} Its excels of the best record on her previous j

'. : his prison cell. The campaign has rli"Ai; days in the Lands of a receiver westward vojage; A Household Necessity. 1

:. turned on the continuance of the reform The National Meter nnpanof New
f .1 campaign and powerful corporate Yore has asked through Its attorney. J. C. Smith Houston, T,-\aintes: h[ have used I
I EDUCATIONALThe I Ballard's Horehound Syrup in family for the
Lawless suit my pat
Influence worked with the Schmltz Joseph" T in a chancery
few p'ars. and find it far superior to other
E t any cough I
that a receiver be appointed The suit
I machine to down Taylor.
medicine have tn >d. Every: household should be
Delaware.-The rural districts oft Gas been referred to a commissioner 1 Year Round School Term. supplied with this worthy remedy."

;;'- Kent and Sussex counties went for .Vn tffoit: on the part of the 'xl'osltioa education leaders are still discuss, 1

prohibition the question being "license man:ijjeuirnt to re<>|n.n the fair next in.: with un.i'MU-U interest the propo t The Delight of Children.

r or no license." while the city of WI1mingtdfe year has met the unanimous dissent ol lion put forward by Thomas L. Burt
/ ORES COUGHS COLDS WHOOPING:
.,: f and adjacent county of NewCastle the state t'XI sitioii rotnmissiun. recently in the IndeHndent-namely LJ COUGH, SORE THROAT BRONCHITIS : -

"' t r favored the saloons. The en.t New Cold Coins Issued. that the St'hll": should In open all the AND: ALL LUNG TROUBLES.

r tire state vote showed a majority of Th first of the new wins designedby year around. Sundays and the few a I

i about 2000 for the "dries." the late Augustus Saint Gaadens )public holidays alone excepted Mr PRICE 25c, 50c, and $1.00 ;

t- Illinois.-Over half of the twenty Burls idea Is that this would leave yo
t under the general direction of President I I- AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES. /'
t 7 counties In which the saloon issue was Roosevelt has reached the treasury about D tiI, ) Mhool dais. which would 1

presented to the voters were captured department from, the United Mates varj in l lei;.:tli of session from three t

: by the I>rohlbitionl ts. mint in Philadelphia It Is the ten dol- hours In summer to tin or six in winter Ballard Snow Liniment Co. '

,1t j.-.. Kentucky.-Augustus E. Wilson the lar gold piece or half eagle! and Is peculiar He says that uu educator wu'
"'".. ; candidate for on deny that this distribution of school
: Republican governor from the fact that for the first 500-502 North Second Street, .;
}; a temperance platform and the promIse time since 1S73 the words "In God We time would: enable the pupils to cover : ;

1fT o. of speedy trials for ex-Governor Trust" are omitted from the coin. more ground and make much greater ST. LOU10.

.. Taylor and Charles FInlay for the Goe- progress than under the existing plan ,

t bel murder, won over S. W. Hager by Hill Succeeds Tower. One of the principal objects trained g... t

1 y; :_ about 14,000 majority. The legislature The president has chosen David J. would be in his opinion to keep the t

ih r: was In doubt at first involving Beckham's Hill of New' York formerly assistant children off the streets in the summertime }
Grin- secretary of state and now minister: to and to make their I
A t senatorial expectations. development Sold and Recommended
by
Holland to take the Important post of
t' stead was elected mayor of Louisville steady and continuous The fact that t

I bv Republicans I ambassador to Germany resigned by most parents are glad to send their Titti vi11o 3Pli.axm3.aoy andBanner
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