The Florida star ( November 29, 1907 )

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Material Information

Title:
The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Star
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
November 29, 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:
UF00075901:00260

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

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TITUSVILLE, kA., FRIDAY, NOVMRP.R j9, 1907


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GS F THn ality Shoes LATEST. NEWS Special Sale at iMe's LOCAL GOSSIP
Ofwha ue s r new gown i AD iIDt AD PERSOI
?1o-po t ft? Yet how much worse RHM AMONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 190Yl. a
BjM m 'yor ft? e th mc wrif they don't fit. Your AfUdU AI PBR
ywi I sheom if they t Pml Silkm- in bpotiful plaids,
ruI n brlalg to 21ta '-c P>uul Pprgra feit Hple that speciallgoodfora 'shirt wais t tg Atst the Pople of TRt
in atT eat shos to leave this iand Srens dream Monday only, ii0 TheyCm ude
.s Teor eate a n't osh iT leUvs this T Im M r 25 cents per yard.
Speelal bargains in me's thing at other remso why we sell EE Mrs. Dener is having herboarding Black taffeta silk, heavy quality, Jas. E. Alexander, of DeLand was
mee'. QUALITY" ahoes, for better fitting house panted this week, Win. Maieris every yard guaranteed, special in town Wednesday.
Mr. L F. Spener went to Jackson- shoes never were made. That "they doing the work. B roile, 44 inches wide bean- irs. Zora Brown will spend the wia-
m Tbeadiay for a few du"' stay, re- fit where others fail" s proverbial. The double daily train service and tiful quality, worth $2.00 per yaid, or with her niece, Mrs. J. P. Turner, in
dy.e a this with some of mails are great convenience to the Monday only, $139. Same in bue. New Smyrna.
Mr. rt Watt, of Clifton, has gone ceived We arry the largest and bines men and the traveling public. Ladies'uffy ruffle belts, in elastic Doctor Miller, dentist, expects to visit
parteip at Daytonamwith a Mr. best stock of shoes shown on the East Miss Helen Miller left Wednesday af- orsilk, or plain, an entirely Palm Beach and vicinity the first of the
ama, ash, oysters and elam. Coast for men, boys, women, child- ternoon to spend Thanksgiving with her new lot, Monday'spe coming week.
A a igrom. and woman were brought re and infants s sister, Mrs. L. A. Peek, at Melbourne. derskirts, with shirred flounce, worth Mr. Johnson, of Jacksonville, rept-
-fie MXeme beach Wedesday by s and every uanteed. Work on Dr. Daniel's new concrete $2.50, special $1.49. seating the Gulf Refining Co., was in
i Brown and placed injail mde the best at the most rea able price. building is at a stand still awaiting the Half wool and cotton blankets, ex- town the first of the week.
S geptadultery. WINSTON S BRANNING arrival ofthe machine formaking thetra large siz heavy weight, worth Mr. Eugene Berge came down frm
INSTON S. BRANN G $3.50, special 49.New Smyrna Thuray of last week
iving ex i were .held in itusv Florids. blocks.wool California blankets, silk New Smyrna Thursday of last week abd
wn pubf school Wed dfay-fte rno, F Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson went to bound 104s worth $4.00 special visited with friends here till Sunday.
a wI.e the school chMldren are tak- Jacksonville last Saturday to spend a 4L Mr. Henry Pritchett, of Jacksonville,
lg a vacation until next Monday. |W. BROWN II CTED y aon friends in that city, re- White Marseilles bed spreads, ex- is here looking after business affairs
Mis MyrtleWillard went to DeLand turning Tuesday evening. tra large size, worth $3.00, special this week. His brother George is at
Wednesday to spend Thankgiving with f w g lg p Aliu Harry Wray, of New Smyrna was $1.99. / present up in Georgia.
hw parents. She will continue as asi Jue hauled up before themayorof tha town Flannellette suitable for kimonas, Hon. Minor S. Jones went to Kissim-
saint to TaxCollect Hallithis winter. t Wednesday of last week for abusing his inendless variety of patterns, wor mee Monday mor Joning to hold court in
a W. S.n to Tax Cxth l w toe.u, Fa [ wife, and was fined 1.00 and ts. 25 cents, Monday only, 19 cents per yee Monday morning to hold court m
W. was tot FS ert wife and was fed 10.00 and costs yard. Osceola county and from there will also
Mianel Sunday afternoaa to appear as a f AsMts, Etc. County Commsisioner J. M. Osban left 54-inch broadcloth in all the latest hold fall term in Orange, the two prob-
witses before the federal grand jury in Sunday for Atlanta for the purpose of shades including blacks, navy brown ably lasting two weeks.
e W. M. Brown case, reaungTues- to'lo Mty afndi the federal buying the new road equipment for Bre- and red, worth $2.00 a yard,.special Miss Mabel Whitacre went to her
day. against W. M. Browa, charged by the comp- vard county, to consist of twelve mules $1.25 a yhrd. home in Melbourne Wednesday to spend
MN. T. Roy Puckett, of Cocoa, was a taller of the U. S. currency with misapply- and six dump wagons. tinouis ifro $1ahard Thanksgiving with her parents. Prof.
passenger Wednesday for Wash;~. ing funds of the Fort Dallas Nationai bank. Thanksgiving was observed in Titus- ials patterns copied from high price Overstree and Miss Teeter are the only
where he has accepted a position ithe while president of that institution. ville yesterday by the closing of the imported arpss goods, special 19cents teachers left in town until school starts
government printing office. His wife The indictment carries with it 4S specific business houses during the entire day, per yard. up next week.
nd little son will follow later.o:s, thoughmay ofthecounts refer or wih a prevading Sunday quietness about Ladies', misses' and children's A petition signed by a large number
Coan. J. H. Allen left Saturday on a tfa entree san, i a everything, except at night when a most ready made coats, endless variety of of citizens and business men of this see-
business trip to Jacksonville and other report to the comptroller. fl report to the enjoyable hop was held in the opera latest tyles, prices more than right. tion, setting forth many cogent reasons
points in the state. He is keeping the directors of the bank, etc. The indictment was house. R. & G. c orsets, in all the latest for continuing the Titusville-Artesia
treaportbst heterbusythesedays elely typewritten and embraced about Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Kent, the models, with supporters, worth $1.50,has been forwarded to the post-
carrying lumber from this place to the page. each count being specially -related as parents of Mrs. Percy J. Robottom ar- special orderspromptly filled on ay office department aWashington.
canal for the Outing club. todate, nature of trmaction,amoult involved rived in Titusville last Sunday afternoon of the above goods. Capt. and Mrs. P. Nelson, of South
Mrs. 0. A. Quarterman returned last .No to spend the winter in our city. Mr. JULIUs KUNE, Titusville. Titusville, arrived from the north Wed-
fro a_ visit t he dagher, No indictment was returned against Mr. G. and Mrs. Kent sojourn in summer by nesday afternoon, accompanied byMas-
Priday from a visit to her daughter, Oomph, cashier of the Fort iallas National the sea on Marthas Vineyard, where they Stockton and Gilchrist nesday and little Miss Ellen accompand a ladys-
Mrs. A. H. Johansen, at Moultrieville, bank. a used also of wrong doings in cotnne- have a cosy cottage. We extend an ter Karl and little Miss Ellen and a lady
S. C., and spent the first part of this Uonu with the management of the ank. Hi., t It is reported in Tallahassee that R. friend, who will spend the winter with
week with her friend. Mrs. M. Simon- case will probably h e taken up by th. grand hearty welcome to Mr. and Mrs. Kent, Hudson Burr will in a few days with- them. Their many friends here gladly
son, ere going to her home at Chester jury. if at all. at the next -sesion of court. and hope they may have a delightful draw from thetrace for governor and welcome their return.
Shoasi house of refuge. Pleads Not Guilty winter on our coast. support Stockton. Mr. Chas. F. Trotter of Washington,
M W Mr. Brown, with his attorneys,. Mers ,t. -Burr announced in order to defeat Mr. Chn. F. Trotter of Washington,
Mr. W. V. Cartergives uphis position M. Robbins and Alex. St. (lair Abrann. was FURNITURE, DRY, GOODS,SHOES Browne, whom he claims hasa record D. C., assistant superintendent to the
-.uperintewdentof theExtract factory prt-ent in court when the indictment was From now on at Gardner's you will unfavorable to the interests of the first assistant postmaster general, divis-
on December 1st, and will return to presented by District Attorney Cheney. He receive with each CASH purchase, a people. ion of salaries and allowances, was in
Port Orange, where his family moved a was immediately arraigned and ph-ad not ticket. When you have $25.00 worth, Mr. Burr proposes to strenuously Titusville last Friday on official business
few days ago. Mr. Spencer, the owner guilty to the indictment without the rt-adiug you can obtain a high grade talking fight Browne, however, and has al- and while herearranged for the renewal
of the plant, is expected to arrive from of thesame.,and was allowed to go .n thlesate machine on the most liberal terms ready got the gentleman from Key of the rental of the present quarters
Boston this week whenithe future opera- bond that had been riven before r. S. (.em- and at a fraction of regular price. West to explaining his record. occupied by Postmaster Taylor for the
i of the factory will be decidedssioner F. H. Rand. Jr. at the time ,of his It will interest YOU. Mr. Brown was formerly what wa occupied by Postmaster Taylor for theanother year.
arrest early in July. By consent of the dlist- Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 known as a leader in the 'straigh- posoce or another year.
Church.oh ts rict attorney Judge Locke allowed defendant ',* out" faction. In recent years he has On behalf of Mr. J. K. McDonald.
coounel 15 days in which to exanmi. time in- OAK HILL declared himself to be a "conserva- receiver of the defunct Fort Dallas Na-
Services at Presbyterian church Sun- .ienmeut, change pieAs ifdesired, as t, certain tive." and in his first race for railroad tional bank. Mr. Jos. A. McDonald. of
day evening at 7:30 p. m. couun ts and file thiiransiwer thrett. The iron rails for the Ariel Lumber commissioner he bitterly attacked Miami, has been appointed receiver for
day There will be nng at 70 servi. in the Ba- The title the indictment and u e of Co.have arrived and the shingle mill Henry E. Day, his competitor. as a the Halcyon Hall Hotel Co. in order that
tist chre wilurch, Titusvilleori Sunday nextthe vari eountsdithentaneare afosuta.w: will soon be in operation again. "corporation man." Now. Mr. the hotel can be opened up for the com-
Dean Robottom will conduct service Indictment by Counts Agent L. H. Vrooman and family Brown is alleged to be in the same ing tourist season There is every pro,-
Sino Sunday morning at 10:30 The grand jury of the United states in,- are away on a vacation and Mr. A. box by his former allies. ingt that the hotel will bes leasery under
The Presbyterian Sunday school will pannle. sworn and chard at the term P. Jones is agent during his absenceA. ilh t is gainingstength the care of a receiver and under order.
be reorganized next Sunday, Dec. 1st., a*freesaidofth-ourtaforesaid on their ath-' John Henry Thomas, one of our every day. and that-the contest will from the judge of the U. S. court.
at 3 p. m. Everybody :is cordially in- present that one W. M. Brcwn. late.of saidu di- colored men, shot two deer one day be between the Punta Gorda states- -
vited to attend. trict. being then and there president of a ,.r- last week and remembered his neigh- man and Stockton. D. Pacignana
Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at City tain national bank association then and there bors. Shaker and repairer all work first
Point Suday morning. Dec. 1st, at 10:30 known and designated as the Frt Dllas Nat. essrs J. A Taylor and G. C. Smoking Tobaccos clShoemaker and repairer, all wNork firt
o'clock. At 7"30 p. m. he will preach Bank ,f Miami. Fla.. ani sai.i .i..,, e- J A Taylor and T C. Smoking Tobaccos cls.s anr d uarantree. sho xt door 4eet.
at St. Pauls church, Eau Gallie. Ep- ing then and there ant a,'iati,on rganize, Kuh have bought the Tunor, Wil- in Duk-'s Mixture. ull r s barr ho. ul trt
worth league devotional meeting at Eau at.d exi.tindg a.r an, y viru.fth and W. A. Goodch orange p S ManEn
Galfie at 6:30 p. iuder an lo- irtue f and are now sAipping u c s, U i. *.- ., n l Ol English
Galie at 6-~0 p.m. the United.statescovering aonai iank anl re now (urve Cut. Van Bibb r. Turkish Tro- Pecans for Sale
then and there carrying on a tnk lim.-, :it Rev. Wm. E. Stones and wife. of phies. White Rolls. :, | stelting pecan trees. paper shell
Indian River Hotel ,Miami. within said di.,gtriet and within i. Titusville, came up from Eau G(allie, BANNER DRUG; STORE. variety. Forsalkat :.t'cents each. First
RECENT ARRIVALS jurisalictisonuf..sid csurt. did then tand tl-r,. Sunday. Mr. Stones held services! come. tirst : served. A. .1. ('.RTER.
Cha F Trotter, Washington, D C; tatke in a r ertin imok tlhetau:'l l're lK-..i,,n;- both afternoon and evening. Just Received Turnblull. Fla.
J E Hopkins and wife, Chicago; L A inu-. to and in ise hby st d a.. i... t titn tran- The V. c A. club gave a s uppir at : i9.7 -rt#wn ik-ean, .-'e.l, lobe, Rockledge;John Henry. CatyJ W satin it. said -ankin.,..in,.--h.,i tht.n a.d 1 the school house Friday night for the a l. I t 1. 4. per sh.l nted for Grnd Lrcen
Bye. ller son; aC Bealh Ms therJe kn-wn and sh-rilr-l as cer ,.ram l h-"r. benefit of the hall (and weire quite F. O. 1;. E. L. HRADY & tlE.. \ Sheriff Frobhck on his return fr.ot
auae, W J Irland, Atlanta; J M Kee- pan 1: unf ther a 'certi n ntrh iln1' successfull, clearing over 0.t;<.M. Titusvil!e. Fl. a a bu.inet.-s s trip .> .Ja, k>nvilh. the
ly, Tampa; H W Parks, Bowling Green, -etri: Mr clain M g , e < j first of the week ..setpptduor heic.and
Fla Je Fleishm ark H Levy, NnY- .-. hioh ., a, t..r "., U t Mrs. M. P. oulttken 'pentt Satur- Fi, 1.x ah at the lrier .. .k ir. w't Moore, Jacksonville; F S Morse, there in the w,,r.-...l ni..ur-si ..-.,. .. i,., tit lday, an d Sun av in a ill. the Drug St.,,re. a.s- "Slim" and want-ed in Dl)ad county
Mrs JS Morse, Miami; F C Smillie. ist.,-vy: guest of Mrs. W. C. Hoves. while on a charge of grand larcnyv. steal-
Cincinnati; Geo G Richenard. Valdosta. Janm- 14th. $7.Oaeh.I.---irh u .it .ntry ars : her way to St. Louis from Eidora. I Draying mgy iank cheek.- t,. the value 'f dniore
Ga; Mrs C B Kingman and son, Dr B R afs'resaiId uatdt in m ail ,N.,k I lh,' :ti ,i i ; r-, M '. H. (.lH ut-:. \\tho has L ic e n quite l r:yi i!'. ir t.:tiiSi, ..l:ti KIA .:- i.r..,i.t- thati. " !li;:-,lrl ,,l'. 'ii. I, plead1
Wilson, Mrs BR ilson, Helen. Rush prp.e.l toh-,l.w in uiiht:.atce ..ir m !-..l .> iill. is improving and is able to drive iv *les.-lei t,, 1.-*-t. :;11 tralg.-. .t,,fe -ruiltyv fl'oe .Justi:e- till andl wa-.
and Karl Wilson, City. dicate. and decree- that th.- -im .4 $-""' ;, out thest pleasant days. Her sister, 'v..I tr --ale at n: tile-., held for trial in th.- criminal court.
Special Bargains in Children's *~ras then ast, there lte .ten .s iee, hy ~sal Mi-s. J. H. Magill. of Utica. N. Y.. ",. lei,,,,
Clothing at Kline's laxk "f ay Biscaynt t sia a-...iatimon. : is with her for the winter. .... Notice
C hThis. thegntad j-ry ty. wa-- f;.. <" and w a^ '
Boys' suitsinextraqualityof black m,.e with intention .. p"art .- f .-id W.I Mr. L. J. Johnsonm. who has been FOltR ALE C 'EAP F4Ot CAS". The annual mn. tintr of the- s.-tock-
Thibet, worth $5.00, Monday's spee-! II. Brown t., deceive an ag'nt .mof ih" cemp qflite ill for several weeks, and who .:nt>a -:.c off g.ee- Igh land on holdersof th- Indian i er Stitate- blank
i al, $3. 49. trnlier. was in Titusville under the doctors the ea.i cr emeaa s.ide a lim"- Indian river will b. h&-ld at it.s, romens on Jan. :.
Boys' heavy quality blue serge The::d count was as foullow-: The se-.,nd care, has been taken to the F. E. C. athe Narro~' deriidas follows: Lot ., at 3 p. in.. for the election of
uits, bloomer trousers, sizes 7to 17, count alleges the making of au entry ,n June hospital in St. Augustine to undergo No. tion 5, also lot No. :, etaon directors and such other business as
regular price $8.50, Monday $6.98. 14th of7.0on.00 with sauae intitution awl an operation. This land is unimproved unt finely lo- may t-e pre.-nt-Eld.
Another lot of boys' suits in hard same prose. which was raise. Mr. S. M. Stephens, of Lakeland. cated. For further particulars address JA.-. 1'RiT(HARi.
f--h worsted, bloomer trousers, 3rd coaunt:alleges anenttry t theaeeountof who bought Mr.P. L Wright's or- E. M. Ibw W. S. BRAN.NIN;. President.
special $4.91. Sies 7 to 16. the Chme National bank for Ito.iusoo with ange crop, left Tuesday for Titus- Rrocktou. Mass. ashierr.


me purpose ec. ville, taking his force of packers,drinkatplacat
LadS rMalu 4th count: charges another false entry for with him. They enjoyed their Sun- Orange and Grapefruit Trees A cool drink at a cool l)lace at
ashtws aea Biwau4 oanaty, tein the S.MAS.ao to the Chnse National hank: day dinner of venison, shot by one of; Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high MANDY'S.
L ir t R. 1. See. T. Sl, L. aand 5th coat; is a fale entry to the Empire their number. hickory hammock. Free from white
IW. wirt. W. I tsaT.sI, Lt. For Tst~. e rCe~s.n; f I fly. One year to two year old buds., The Apine Hotel
hrc patiimaise arm M. P. eae rTa sh count; uisa false entry of the same Wood For Sale I Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful- Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-
17 amtinnt and to the smne party. Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill ager. On the European plan--furn-
A cool drink at eal place at t mant: da entry aow ingthat they i nd harrowing. See or address J.station. J. W. GRIFFIS, ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen-
ANDY '. COatiemed on pae 4. W. Jamison. Titusville, Fla. i Shiloh,. Fla. trally located.


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THE FLORIDA STAR


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POLITICAL


1f the current leset t am
P -_ mes W. J. Bryan makhs a dedtlte
empamaet at his peales an the ques-
e-' of the pursiamtlal candidacy. He
'- that hitherto be he a reftaaed
S-ft dbwg ag the availability oft 4 -
g-" or other l am"emats Irbecame the
y J abeamt. have allthe light poesile
rl the celanliate beam at the plat-
Igag made to St the existtaing eCONl-
.& Now that this years esctims
me piast be feels that a statement is
a s to the pawt as well as to himself
.4in account of many false reports Ia
drelulatin.
Mr. Bryan decades that he will not
Ss. for or seek a nomi action aor a
Ssme to decide the
questile of his anll-
abMIy, but that "ib
-he am serve the par-
:. ty by bela gIts can-
Sdid ate hbe will accept
the commission and
make the best fghtb
he can." If. however.
the choice falls upon4
". another "he will not
be disappointed or
SJBrya disgruntled." He
says hs availability Is to be decided
not by him, not by a few leaders and
not by the leading newspaper, but by
4; the voters of the party. He says,
S urthwr, that be has not been waiting
.to e who the Republican nominee
Should be nor to ascertain the chances
ato victory. No matter who the Republ
liceas nominate. whether a stand pat-
ter or one favorable to reform, the
4 Democrats must make an aggressve
ght. He believes the prospects of
victory for his party areexcelilent, but
the action of the party -cannot be
made dependent on the prospect of
success." If the party believes that
Bryan's nomination will help It he will
4 accept. whether the prospects point to
defeat or vietory, for a defeat cain
ring no disgrace where the cause Is
a just one.
His final word Is that the campaign
will be an appeal to the public con-
science In view of the recent luvestli-
*gations which hnve shown the corrupt
use of campaigai funds contributed by
corporations which thus sought -to
convert the government into a business
asset." He says his party can make
1o promises to such corporations., for it
would have to betray the voters. "aus
the Republican party has done." No
one should favor his nomination un-
less the party is willing to opeln i:
boo.is and show where its contrilm-
tions come from and for what the mutll-
ey is expended. An apipel to cou-
sclence is politically expedient as well
as t-ornlly rii.ht. :as the untiot:nl colt
scene hais;i already henu arousedd an:!1
tilthe oters educvailed to the nec !esity ofr
a re..orl that will makte t!its 'oivern-i
Iuent again a governneit-lt of til tw
l!e. )y the ewpLe and for the iwolule
Johnson Nct a: h'-.


der no i Iircail -t l," f i it.* t. a n :
dil .te for thi* fir.-I :'i'n.-;" ;:il tl i t:
4"'levet'c :'Ini -%- ;'.t, er;l;.-;-'- ,,*" his a!.;iy :;

Iut thl" i--::7e Iti:'. r-nt ;:tlr.s i
That A-it;'. U!. I:.< "*rlus d :lil ii l iI ;
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A.b;r-a i-L:u;e V:tcz Dr/.
The .\I:i.::-!:i h,,'.:;:- of ri-iare..entl:-
tires ;a.Asel !te ge;ieral .i:e pr.ohil'il
lion bill. Itloh;;e : it 1 \:3s i'a, i. '.-li
in the *:. ver:'or.s -a" ftor t Ci extra S*es--
sion. The vote w:is *0; to *-;.
Wou'd I.'.2aks roa.3vc". KiE.c.
i'Pr.e.ssor .1. P'. DIrake in the law de-
a,:tr.i:-t : af thle I'niversity of .Mihi-
gall .I.::r led his clJ.lss y l 'saying that
he would favor electing Roosevelt
kin- that he might have a free hand
in the solving of the corporation prob-
lemi.
Roosevelt Four Years Hence.
Representative Sibley of Pennsylva-
nia in a published letter says that aft-
er a conversation with the president
to June he was convinced that Mr.
Roosevelt meant Just what he said
about not accepting a nomination next
year. but that four or eight years
bence, "bound by no pledge and in vio-
lation of no unwritten law." doubtless
he will be ready to respond to any call
for public duty.
Anti-Bryan Plettere Busy.

A conference between Roger Sulli-
van. Bryan's openly avowed enemy In
control of the Illinois Democratic or-
ganization: Tom Taggart of IndUarma
and Lesder Murphy of New York city'ls





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Tamaiay Eall at. Mount Clemes,
Mich.dL, was generally understood to be
the rst open effort to bring the anti-
Bryan forces of the party Into effective
action. ,
"Thlrd Ter Talk Treseon."
Editor Wattersoe of the Louitvflle
Courier-Journal. better known among
the paragraphers as "Marse Henra "
says there is one ray of hope for the
Democrats next year even under the
anbuas of Bryan's ewedidacy. It
arises out of the single menace to the
country which shows Itaelf acres the
national borkon-that is. the. much
heralded, much denied candidacy of
Theodore Roosevelt for a third term.
He asserts that all the buccaneers of
partyism. the opportunists and-adven-
turers are lining up for Theodore; also
the Incense burners and hangers on.
Then he adds that "the very talk of a
third term for Mr. Roosevelt Is trea-
son" and that "the people will rise eo
masqe, especially In New England. and
crush It as a giant might crush an egg-
shelL" On that one Issue he thinks
Bryan could defeat Roosevelt.
Central American Peace Confab.
| Delegates from five Central Ameri-
can republics met with Secretary of
State Root and Ambassador Creel of
Mexico at Washington Nov. 14 to dis-
cuss a permanent peace programme
Speaking as the temporary chairman.
Mr. Root told the delegates very plain-
ly that hereafter something more than
fine words and promises must be given
and that the means for enforcing a
peace agreement must be supplied
which would hold responsible those
who might violate It. The Implication
was that the United States government
would supply the necessary force. Am-
bassador Creel echoed these senti-
ments-
Hughee Starts B. nk Inquiry.
In view of the recent serious bank
crisis in New York city Governor
Ilughes has appointed a committee of
six prominent bankers of the metropo-
lis to investigate the existing condi-
tions and recommend needed changes
in the la*-. The committee is headed
by President Hepburn of the Chase
National bank and is to report by DIec.
15. The members have agreed to serve
without pay.
The Coin Inscription Issue.
In res oonse to numerous criticisms-
of churchmnen on account of the ab-
sel(nce of the motto "lin God 1We Trust"
,in the new ten dollar gold pieces. I'res-
idlent Ioo.sevelt in a: letter lipulishi.l it,
Nov. 14 papers assuledl full res.iMen
s.ilility for the omnissio n and Z;ive hiW
r.:;z::iI tIlherefor. l-'irst lie said they
had found no anthiority in l;iw feor puti
thia tlhis motti m oni lti '1ins. Still l,-
iiimghilt lls;ve followed thlie -cu.stiomIii l;i
lie approved of it. o f (-oeiir.s. hI
s:ivs. lie will lhiw toe lhe will of (coin-
gt'(.s. louit his c-onivic-liirn is lh:it llhis
Iuse of lthe expres-siol "Iniot only' doe i,
Sm-el. hut ili aoes Ipositive li.rina andl is il,
effect irr-ve-reu g ,r .:: ::'. se to s. -riloEc." -xl ;ri;
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have cost $5.000.000. Barely more than
10 per cent of the government loan has
been paid.
Banks Issue Few Notes.
The refusal of many Important banks
to ssume notes up to or near the limit
Imposed by law. as requested by See-
retary Cortelyou. has greatly displeas-
ed the admin*'tratlon, and In confer-
ences with New York bankers the
treasury chief made- It known em-
phatically that in future sueh banks
might expect no consideration in the
way of government deposits. &t is
pointed out that the national banks
might add $250.000.000 to the available
supply of currency If they would take
the trouble without exceeding their le-
gal limit. As a matter of fact. the new
Issues to date amount to only about
$15.000.000. the bankers being unwill-
lang. to pay the small tax collected on
sueh notes.
Secretary Cortelyou began the with
drawal of some of the government de-
posits In national banks in the east.
but this was more than made up at
New York by the arrival at more gold
fro& Europe. Importations of the yel-
low metal continuing In' spite of the
record rates asked by London. Berlin
and Paris bankers. American bankers
also began to draw on Argentina and
Mexico for gold shipments. J. P. Mor-
gan & Co. were arranging with the
Bank of France for $15.000,000 at a
premium for bills against actual ex-
ports. Some of the big banks at Chi-
cago and other interior cities have ig-
nored New York by drawing gold di-
rect from Eurolp,. but New York banks
have sent more than $12.000.000 to
western lKoints.
Vaudeville Deal Denied.
A. I- Erlianer. head of the theatrical
trust, has denied monit emphatically
the report that his vaudeville caOilpaini
had een abandoned and a deal made
with the Keith people. although le ad-
mitted that the latter had tried to buy
him out

I LEGAL-CRIMINAL

Powers Again on Triai.
A.t (;eorif gtowiI. Ky.. l;st week Caleb
E. Poi'we,-s for il f- utiirlh time was
Ila:et.-i d oni trial r-!;ar:irl with com-
plicity in the lie nihr.tl" ;Goverinor Goe-
ltel. tlhe ailte-mplt t ~et tihe caste remlov('ed
froeimt the state court to federal juri-sdl
tion having fail
ed. Powers. who
was time IReiuhi-
licaii set-retary-
of state uider
fruner (;'overnl
or Taylor. has


eight nli:th'.
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IPefore tlh New V..rk st.tic 1ut.!i,


Cuna.d Liners For Canada. .*rvi'e r.omil;i.-in :i i- I.res.-a:i:I li\e ,:
TIhe ;r:niil Trunk railroad is said to iihe ':.i:* l .i;Stat-s l-:xp;mrss *-o i:i'.i
hi:ve<' iidle : a deal with the I'tmu:(tr al itt'd L adii thd l tli st is e ao, ipany. eI etoI-in.r-
Stea;ihi-liii, c iiipany feor a line or will tlhe .\dlms an1i Aniieriin i Expres.s
sIeantiers fromi .iverpool to Can.ada. -..o .- aniiilies, had formael and im:intaiiuiin
as to afford an all British roliute for a ---ouilmmunity of interests" without
jiassen ie. and freight tratilc between whic-h their stocks woulil toe worthless.
England and the orient, tl'e-ause the companies concerned woultl
The Exposition Deficit. le at the mercy of the railroads.
The receipts of the Jamestown exiao- Oregon Bankers Arrested.
sition from visitors and ooncessionaire' Preshldent Thornton. Vice President
are now estimated at 1.000.0W0. and 11111 and Treasurer Berkhardt of the
this foreshadows a deficit of something defunct Title Guarantee and Trust
over 3.000,000. The buildings alone company of Portland. Ore.. which went


Into receivership last week, were ar- W
rested later and held on the charge off W
accepting deposits while knowing that
the bank was lunsolvent. This in Ore- a t a
gon Is a felony punishable with $1.000
-ie and two years Imprisonment. Th It
Burlingtm Fine Affirmed. To have the pains and achesof a
The federal court of appeals at St. back removed; to be entirely fea Aw
Paul has armed the Judgment of the annoying, dangerous urinary dimeaan es
circuit court of western Missoori for is enough to make any kude -sah
$105.000 against the Chicago. Burling- grateful. To tell how Ihteiealt h eae
ton and Quincy railroad for rebates be brought about willJPwe ooIorti* S
amountlift to $146 on a shipment of wordto hundreds of lonsm reade.
lard fromnKasas City to St- LaouIs A. Oerting, saman, of 419 L 1., m-
lard from Kansas City to St Lo mecola, Fla., tells how to do it. le mays:
and the east. "From my experience with Doan's Kid-
Banker Walsh on TriaL ney Pills I can atroagly recommend
Former President John R. Walsh of them to anyone in need of a good awdi-
the defunct Chicago National bank enedfor the kidney5k. dn epMl.ast
faced a jury on the charge a avng d backacheicaused m inzinmg at im-
faced a Jry on the cha of bars teal for years. Therst or second e-
wreked h bank thetack I did not mind, but s time wet by
funds for his own private enterises. they grew wore and at tines laid me iup.
In opening. Assistant District Attorney I could hardly walk and it wwas ddiltalt
Dobyns said the government would matter to straighten after stooping while
show that the defendant had taken the kidney sec etion were irregular ad
from the Chicago National, the Equl- unnatural. Doan's Kidney Pills cured
table Trust and the Home Savings $14.- me. From personal experience I know
000.000 and that watered stock to the that this remedy can he temeaed upon
amount of over $25.000000 had been to fulfill te representation meade or t."
issued, voted to himself and then sold For sale by all dealers Price 50 cent.
to these banks. The sums thus real- Foser-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the Uaited States.
Ised w&e Invested In dummy compa- member the name-aDon'-and
nes said Debyns. take no other.

SSCIENTIFIC The most unique theft on record a.
SI Trenton. N. J.. was committed recently
A erlane'a Circular Fliht. when a man entered the house of Mrs.
Henry Farman has continued Is Catherine Illttle and stole two cana-
maHenry Farman hat continued his ries from their cages, says a special
marvelous fights at Paris with his dispatch to the New York World. Tlhe
famous aeroplane built by the Volsin ipoleeman to whom the case was r-
brothers on the general plan of the porte sai t was "a ird of a theft.
Chanute soarer. Before a great and
wildly enthusiastic throng of people hlie A oiablU emedy Owr Croup
repeatedly manevered his machine -
one kilometer In a complete c le. re- M R nthal, ofue
gan. m.l: "w e have uned Chamberlaiu's
turning to the point of departure. This Cough Medicine for ourselves and child-
was regarded as a demonstration of ren for several years and like it very
practical aerial flight by machlu.es mnch. I think it is the only remedy
heavier than air or without the aid of for eroup and can highly re'uanmend it."
gas bags. The machine first rolled For sale by Tittuville Pharmacy and
slowly alone the ground on its four Banner Drug Store.
pneumatic tired wheels. then as the
speed increased from the action of the a
propellers the big winged thing shot C A 'T| l 1
off into the air at a gentle angle, all a u mwu
the time Mr. Farman steering with 1'1 I-a s ian Chwi.
apparent ease and coutifdence and keep- KIM Y M AIne *W
Ing an even keel and a steady course
to the turning point and lack. Bears the .
Differ About Saturn's Rings. 81 fligneta of
The view advanced by Professor
Percival 1.Lowell that the "knots" re-
cently dii. covered fi tthe rings o.f Sat
uirn indti-;ate that the rinigs ;ire ;aM!liml
is not actu'lt ed s ly Pirofesso.r lSillilnl
Newcmiul r I "o *, \':;.sliiitu-;. w-l s;iyl
that Struve llore hll:tm half a century
ago lirooMtiinded tel theory of the fall-
lug rin.s (l Sauliurn l;;ia:cd upon early
drawii.-.g- cnpaiiiiroai with hilte ues.
Xewiv'(-!ii.I.ai 0 Ila.3 1. Z- Mr!e 1now viewv-
ed almost edeigwise. so that it is imn
possible to disiinmi.Ish one from uan-
other. lie pr-fers the theory put fo4rthi V
by Clerke-Maxwell sixty years ago that
the small satellites which comNilose the
rings s:linuelimies crowd together. Pro-
fe-ss:.r I:rashe of Pittslourg agrees with
Newtcomb.
A Good Liniment
When vou need a g,.l reliable lini- FRIEND TO FRIEND.
ment try Chamberlain's Pain Blalm. It R 1
has no soi(erior foors rains andi swcellings.
A piece of flamnel slightly dinmpent-l The personal rucommendati,-.,i ,,t p. -
with Pain IBimal is suiserior toIo a loh.ter pie who have been cured of t,,uh- .in.
for lame hack or pains 1in the idl-e or colds by Chamberlain's Cugh R ,int.iv
-hest. It also reliev.-s rheumati' Pi0" have done more than all else t, iu.3Lt a
Allne i-nakt-s sleep :idl rest i'pssible. ir
sale by Titiiville Pharmacy anid Banner staple article of traie anl contm rce Ac,
Imrg Store.. a large part of the civilizud wurld.



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tried. It done my family as well as myself a world t f gm,-d,
and I recommend it to all my friendaL. I never sule from
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DOINGS- OF.. THE Queen Quality Shoes-'!t LATEST. NEWS Special Sale at Kline's' ; LOCAL GOSSIP,


PRESENT Of what use is your new gown if it! Bargains in Every Department
WEEK AND INCIDENTS AND
.F ; doer>/t fit?, Yet how much worse'tyour {1 MONDAY, DECEMBER 2,1907. J PERSONALS

.: :. shoes if they don't fit. Your j 1-

[' '.\ Tangent Notes Pertaining to Events grace train of of physical carriage ills is gone results.and whole Personal Paragraphs About People that specially Silk ginghams good forPadies'shirt in beautiful plaids waists, Something Abont the Peopled TitnsYille -


t Transpiring About Tom I:,store We that want don't no fit.shoes This to is leave only this an- Travel Here and There I 25 and cents children's per yard.dresses, Monday only, as They Come and Go "

Special bargains in men's clothing at Black taffeta silk, heavy quality Jas. E. Alexander
other reason why we /QUEEN Mrs. Deisner is having her boardinghouse of DeLand, was :
::!!L Kline's.Mr. QUALITY" shoes, for better fitting painted this week, Wm. Maier is I Idoing every yard guaranteed, special $1.25 in.town Wednesday.

'ii\ I. F. Spencer went to Jacksonville shoes never were made. That"they the work' I per yard. Mrs. Zora Brown will spend the win-
Black voile, 44 inches wide, beautiful -
'v. Tuesday for a few days' stay, returning fit where others fail" is proverbial.Let The double daily train service and quality, worth $2.00 per yard, J.erth her niece, Mrs. J. P.Turner, in I
us all this with some of .
:- yesterday. the beautiful prove'new styles.just received mails are a great convenience to the Monday only, 139. Same in blue. New Smyrna. .

r :' '" Mr. Bert Watton,of Clifton, has gonerlt. : We carry the largest and business men and the traveling pablic. Ladies'.fluffy ruffle belts, in elasticor Doctor Miller, dentist, expects to visit .

into partnership, at Daytona with a Mr. best stock of shoes shown on the East Miss Helen Miller left Wednesday silk,.shirred or plain, an entirelynew Palm Beach and vicinity the first of the

Clark" handling fish, oysters and clams. Coast for men, boys, women, child- ernoon to spend Thanksgiving with her lot, Monday's special, 69 cents.Ladies' coming week. .
black heather bloom underskirts -
r A negro man and woman were brought ren and infants. sister, Mrs. L. A. Peek, at Melbourne. ,with shirred flounce,worth Mr. Johnson, jof Jacksonville, representing '

3 ,from Melbourne beach Wednesday by Each and every pair guaranteed.Send Work on Dr. Daniel's new concrete $2.50, special $1.49. the Gulf Refining Co., was in
orders
' when want
; .J., Sheriff Brown and placed in jail under the best us your at the most reasonable you price. building is at a stand still awaiting the Half wool and cotton blankets, extra town the'first of the week.

" the charge of adultery. WINSTON S. BRANNING arrival of the machine for making the large size heavy weight, worth, Mr. Eugene Berge came down from

exercises in bl cks.i 3.50, special $2.49. t New
t Thanksgiving were held Titusville Florida. Smyrna Thursday of last week and
All wool California blankets silk
( the public school Wednesday afternoon, i Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson went to bound 10-4s, worth $-1.00, special, visited with friends here till Sunday. "

: after which the school children are taking Jacksonville last Saturday to spend a Mr. ,,'
$2.98. Henry Pritchett, of Jacksonville
vacation until next Monday. W. M. BROWN INDICTED rew days friends in that
among city, re- White Marseilles bed spreads, extra is here looking after business affairs' f

Miss Myrtle Willard went to DeLand Harry evening. large size, worth $3.00, special this week. His brother George is at

Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with Forty-two Specific Counts Alleging ray, of New Smyrna, was $1.99. / present up in Georgia.Hon. .

her parents. She will continue as assistant : hauled up before the mayor of that town Flannellette suitable for kimonas, Minor
False Entries False to S. Jones went to Kissimmee -
" to Tax Collector Hall this winter. Reports Wednesday of last week for abusing his in endless Variety of patterns, worth "
25 cents only 19 cents Monday morning to hold court in t
Monday ,
Comptroller False Report wife, and was fined $10.00 and costs. I per
Cashier W. S. Branning was called to yard. Osceola county and from there will also

} Miami Sunday afternoon to appear as a of Assets, Etc.At County Commissioner J. M. Osban left 54-inch broadcloth inall the latest I hold fall term in Orange, the two prob-

witness before the federal grand jury in Sunday for Atlanta for the purpose of shades including blacks, navy brown ably lasting two weeks.
5 o'clock Monday afteruoon the federal ;
the W. M. Brown case, returning Tues buying the new road equipment for Bre- and red, worth $2.00 yard.special Miss Mabel Whitacre
grand jury at Miami returned an indictment went to her
yard to consist of twelve mules 51.2a a yard.Cotton .
county, home in
W. M. Brown Melbourne
day.Mr against charged by the comptroller Wednesday spend
suitings, can hardly be distinguished
-
I T. Roy Puckett, of Cocoa, was a of the U. R. currency with misapplying and six dump wagons.Thanksgiving from $1.00 a yard materials Thanksgiving with her parents. Prof.

passenger Wednesday for Washington, funds of the Fort Dallas Rational bank was observed in Titus- patterns copied from high price OverstreeJ and Miss Teeter are the only I

where he has accepted a position i$the while president of that institution. yule yesterday by the closing of the imported oryess goods, special 19 cents teachers left in town until school starts .

government printing office. His wife The indictment carries with it 42 specific business houses during the entire day, per yard. up nexteek.. r

and little son will follow later. coons, though the many of the coantt. refer rrt'late'to with a prevading Sunday quietness about Ladies', misses' and children's A petition signed by a large numberof
same transaction such as make
everything, except at night when a most ready made coats, endless variety of
Com. J.- H. Allen left Saturday on a ing false entries of debits and credits false citizens and business men of this sec-
enjoyable hop was held in the latest styles, prices more than right.R. ,
business trip to Jacksonville and other opera tion
forth
reports to the comptroller, false reports to the setting many cogent reasons
& G. corsets, in all the latest
in the state. He is keeping ,the directors of the house. for
points bank etc.The indictment was continuing the Titusville-Artesia
models with worth
supporters, $1.50,
transport boat Rochester busy these days closely typewritten and embraced about -10 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Kent, the special 98 cents. mail, has been forwarded to the post- .

carrying lumber from Chis place to the pages each count being specifically related as parents of Mrs. Percy J. Robottom arrived Mail orders promptly% filled on any office department aj Washington.Capt. .

-*-. canal for the Outing club. to date, nature of trausaction.amonlit involved in Tit s\lIe last Sunday afternoonto of the above goods. and Mrs. P. Nelson of South '

Mrs. 0. A. Quarterman returned last etc spend the winter in our city. Mr. JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. Titusville arrived from the north Wed-
indictment was returned against Mr. O.
and Mrs. Kent sojourn in summer by
Friday from a visit to her daughter, R. Gomph, cashier of the Fort Dallas National the Marthas I Iha.c nesday afternoon, accompanied by Mas- ,
where
sea on Vineyard, they
Stockton and GilchristIt
Mrs. A. H. Johansen, at Moultrieville, bank aiyusedalM)of wrong doings in connection ter Karl and little Miss Ellen and a lady
a We extend
S. C., and,spent the first part of this with tbemallagt.mentJfth bank. his cosy cottage. a is reported in Tallahassee that R. friend, who will spend the winter with

week with her friend. Mrs. M. Simon- case will probably Joe taken up by the grand hearty welcome to Mr. and Mrs. Kent, Hudson Burr will in a few days with- them. Their many friends here gladly

If son, ere going to her home at Chester jury if at all, at the nest session of c-ourL and hope they may have a-delightful draw from thelrace for governor and welcome their return.
winter on our coast.FUPvNITUPvEDRY.
Pleads Not GuiltyMr. support Stockton.
Shoals house of
refuge.
Mr. Chas. F. Trotter of
Washington,
--- Burr announced in order defeat
Brown with his attorneys,Messrs. Geo to
: Mr. W. V. Carter gives up his position D. C., assistant superintendent to the
t- 1 M. Robbinsand Alex. M. Clair brains, WAS GOODSSHOES Browne whom he claims has a record
-- .; superintendent the Extract factory pnst'nt in court when the indictment was From now on at Gardner'syou will unfavorable to the interests of the first assistant postmaster general, divis- 1

on December 1st, and will return to presented by District Attorney Cheney. He receive with each CASH purchase, a people.Mr. ion of salaries and allowances, was in

Port Orange, where his family moved a was imnieduUly arraigned and plead not ticket. When you have$25.00 worth, Burr proposes to strenuouslyfight Titusville last Friday on official businessand

I- few days ago. Mr. Spencer, the owner guilty to the indictment without the readingof you can obtain a high grade talking Browne, however, and has already while here arranged for the renewalof .

of the plant, is expected to arrive from the same,and was allowed to go
: Boston this week whenjthe! future opera- bond that had been given before U. S. CVm- and at a fraction of regular price. West to explaining: his record. occupied by Postmaster Taylor for the

tion of the factory will be decided.It niissionerF.11: Rand, Jr. at the time of his It will interest: YOU. Mr. Brown was formerly what was postoffice for another year.
arrest early in July. By consent of the dist- Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 known as a leader in the "straigh-
,: Church Notes rict attorney Judge Locke allowed defendant' out" faction. In recent years he has On behalf of Mr. J. K. McDonald, ,

counsel 15 days in'which to examine the in- OAK HILL declared himself to be a "conservative receiver of the defunct Fort Dallas Na-

:U>, \. Services; at Presbyterian church Sun- ,dictmeut change pleas if desired, a*to certain ," and in his first race for railroad tional bank, Mr. Jos. A. McDonald, of k

Il:. ,. day evening at 7:30 p. m.. counts and file their answer th<'rcto. The iron rails for the Ariel Lumber commissioner he bitterly attacked Miami. has been appoint. sl receiver for
There will be no. service in the Bap- The title of the indictment and substance of Co. have arrived and the shingle mil Henry E. Day, his competitor, as a the Halcyon: Hall Hotel Co. in order that
tist church, Titusville, on Sunday next. will soon be in operation: again. "corporation man." Now. Mr.
the various counts of the follows
same are
as
*: the hotel can be opened for the
Dean Robottom will conduct servicein Indictment by Counts Agent L. H. Vrooman and family Brown is alleged to be in the same up com-
tourist There is =
Cocoa: Sunday at 10:30a. ing season. every prospect
on
morning box by his former allies.
and 730 m. The grand jury of the United" :Mate impanneled are away on a vacation and Mr. A. : that the hotel will be leased under I
m. p. The opinion at the capital is thatA.
P. Jones is his absence.
and during
agent
sworn charged at the term :
The Presbyterian Sunday school will W. Gilchrist is gaining strength the care of a receiver and under orders -
be reorganized next Sunday, Dec. 1st., aforesaid of the court aforesaid on their oaths John Henry Thomas, one of our every day, and that'the contest will from the judge of the U. S. court. ;
present that one W.1.. Bnjun, late of said district -
at 3p.m. Everybody cordially invited colored shot two deer
L men, one day be between the Punta Gorda states- .
to attend. ,being then and there president of a certain last week and remembered his neigh- man and Stockton. D. Pacignana ,

Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at City national bank association then and there _._ ,
I
Point Sunday morning, Dec. 1st, at 10:30 known and designated as the Fort Dallas Nat. bors.Messrs. -- Shoemaker and repairer, all work first
J. A. Taylor and G. C. class and Next door to
Smoking Tobaccos guaranteed.
o'clock. At 7:30 p. m. he will preach Bank of Miami, Fla.. and sail a.ssociition being -
Kuhl have bought the Turner, Wilson Carruthers' barber shop Julia street
Pauls church Eau Gallic.
St.
at Ep-
then and there association
an organized Sensation, Duke'slixtur HuH Titusville. .
and W. A. Goodrich
worth league devotional meeting at Eau and exiting under and toy"irtueof the law of orange crop : Durham. U. S. Marine, Old English -- .---
Gallic at 6:30 m.Indian and are now shipping.Rev. .
p. the United Mates covering national bunks and i Curve Cut Van BiL r, Turkish: Trophies Pecans for Sale

then and there carrying on bank Imsinos at Wm. E. Stones and wife, of i White Rolls. I' 300( seedling! pecan trees, paper shell
River Hotel
Miami, within said district and within the Titusville, came up from Eau Gallie I; BANNER DRUG STORK. \ariety. For sale at 25 cents each. First t
jurisdi .tiouofaid did then. Sunday. Mr. Stones held services ---. .---
RECENT ARRIVALS < court and there I (come first 'tried. A. J. CARTER

w- Chas F Trotter, Washington, D C; 1U.1kt'in a certain hook then<< and there belonging both afternoon and evening. I Just Received __ Turnbull, Ha. 1 l
J E Hopkins and wife Chicago; L A : to and in use by si d acne atio'i in tran- --
The V. A. club I
1. a at I 1907 bean seed extra early
gave supper ,
grown
lobe, RockledgeJohn; Henry, City;J W sai ting its said "'11k iug"u"illt'Maud then and the school house Friday night for the I and 1,000 to 1. S4.W per bushel j I Wanted for Grand Larceny r
St Louis H C Daniel NY Mrs .
J Byrne.E Miller and ;son, Palm Beach;; J C there known and ,1t'sc.'ril",1 a> general le Jger. benefit of the hall and were quite j I I IF. 0. B. E. L. BRADY & Bno.Titusville \ Sheriff Frohock on his return froma

ft. Duane, W J Irland, Atlanta; J M Kee- on page; 13then1.r. a certain entry in thebalance successful, clearing over &;0.00. i i i Fla. business trip to Jacksonville the
ly, Tampa; H W Parks, Bowling Green column of the account of the lank of __ first of the week stopped here and i
Mrs. M. P. Moulton Saturday .
:: Fla; Jos Fleishman Mark H Levy, NY; Bay Bi"eiyne. which said entry was then and spent i i i Fine Box Candies at the Banner took in custody a white man known
W T Moore, Jacksonville; F Morse, there in the w" n}"and ngun'S.lIowiur.;; that and Sunday in Oak Hill the ,! Drug Store. as "Slim"and wanted in Dade county .
Mrs J S Morse, Miami; F C' Smillie is to say: I guest of Mrs. W. C. Hoves, while on j i on a charge of grand larceny, stealing -
Cincinnati Geo G Richenard, Valdosta. JOIIl'lIth. $700000-which sail her way to St. Louis from Eldora. j
; entry as I I DrayingiMvnmsror I bank check to the value of mon-
Ga; Mrs C B Kingman and son, Dr BR, aforesaid nude in said IM v,k thou and therepurpjfred I Mrs. H. Culler who has been quite j' haulms ofail kiraipmmptIv | than o'e; hundred dollars. He plead{ ;,
Mrs B R \\ ilson Helen Rush I'
.. Wilson Karl, Wilson to sl4lin Milistuire or in d"4 cd indicate ill, is improving and is able to drive j attendfl to Met-t nil trams. Mo\t: : guilty before Justice Hill and was jI

L. and City. and decree that the sum of f7iMMWwas I out these pleasant days. Her sister,
in Children's then and there due and owing by said Mrs. J. H. Magill, of Utica, !\. Y., II. K. HOLTOV.Titnuiie .
Special Clothing Bargains at Kline's Bank of Bay Biscayne to said as..iatiuu. 1 is with her for the winter. : Fla. Notice j
I
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This lie I
t grand jury My. was fare and was
Mr. L. J. Johnson who has been KOIS SALK CHEAP FOR CASH.
Boys' suits in extra quality of black made with intention on the part t>f saidV.. The annual meeting of the stock.I -
Thibet, worth $5.00, Monday's spec- M. Brown'to deceive any agent of the comptroller (quite ill for several weeks, and who < Aoqnt SS actor! of good high land on I j holders of the Indian Ki\er State bank twill
1 in Titusville under the doctor'sI ; the t'l.4 or side i of the Indian river
ial, $3.49. was i i i W'3tJ I j be held at iU, rooms on Jan. C.
1 has been taken to the F. E. C. i at the Narn! ,w: decril)*" 'as follows: Lot for the election of
Boys' heavy quality blue serge The 2nd count was as followThe second ( : 1908, at 3 p. m.,
i No. 3, aettion33, also lot No. :3, section .l'
in St. I
i hospital Augustine to undergo
suits, bloomer trousers, sizes 7 to 17, count alleges the nuking; of an entry on Jane i :36, tn township south range 39 ?a."t. i|'! directors and such other business as
regular price $8.50, Monday $6.98. llth of$1OOO.OO with same inanition and. I an operation. \!iThis land is unimproved tent finely lo- may be presented.

Another lot of boys' suits in hard same purpose which was false. j i i Mr. S. M. Stephens, of Lakeland,
finish worsted, bloomer trousers, 3rd count;alleges an entry to the account of who bought Mr. P. L. Wright's or- J)1.. I..u wBrocktou. I W. S. BBANMNG, President.

x Special $4.98. Sizes 7 to 16. I the Chase National bank for j:W.U>0 00 with ange crop, left Tuesday for Titus- Mass.I Cashier.A .

same purpose, etc. i ville, taking his force of packers
Land for Sale j 4th count; charges another false entry forio,0o0,0o with him. Theenjoyed their Sun-\I Orange and Grapefruit Trees I cool dri t-a'cool place at

Eighty acres in Erevan!'county, being the $: to the Chase National bank: day dinner of venison, shot by one bf Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high MANDY'S.The.

8. W. oC S. W. i Sec. 23, T. 21, $. 3-t, and 5th count; is a false entry to the Empire their number. hickory hammock. Free from white .
N. W. i of N. W.} of Sec,25,T.21,K.3 For Trust Co. for $24.47.1.93. a I fly. One year to two :year old buds. Alpine Hotel
further particulars address.M. P. care STAR 6th count; is a false entry of the same Wood For Sale Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-

\--office. amount and to the same party. I Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- packed and delivered at Oak Hill ager. On the European plan-furn-
A cool drink at .a cool. place 'at 7th count; a.false entry showing that they ing and harrowing. See or address J. station. J. W. GRIFFIS, j ished rooms and quick lunch. Centrally -

3; ;IANDY'S.. ti Continued. on page 4. W. Jamison Titusville Fla. I Shiloh. Fla. '\ located. .


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-,.- A-Vr Tr4' W ff:2 vi: '*. -, THE ,FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1907 ,
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yy w.t. Into receivership last week were arrested -
COMFORTING WORDS
: 'i: ;t:: .; :+ ,,. later and held on the charge of
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J t ,;& :V\. :: r; ,+S. p: v ::-.: ;': 1..C..:: .Y.
accepting deposits while knowing that

the bank was insolvent This in Oregon Will find
Many a Florida Household
is a felony punishable with $1.000

Ii ..aa, t fine and two years' imprisonment. Them So


Burlington Fine Affirmed. To have the pains and aches of a bad

The federal court of appeals at St. back removed; to be entirely free from

Paul has affirmed the judgment of the annoying, dangerous urinary disorders is

: circuit court of western Missouri for is enough to make any kidney sufferer'

.. .... $103.000 against: the Chi<.>ago. Burling jrratefnl. To tell how this great change ran

ton and Quincy railroad for rebates be brought about sill prove comforting
; words to hundreds of Florida readers.A. .
amonntlifg to $14G on a shipment of
of 419 L. St Pen-
Oerting, seaman ,
lard from Kansas City to St Louis
sacola, Fla., tells how to do it. lie ears:
and the east with D an'. Kid-
.. :- ro. zP : "From experience
c' c., :r, Banker Walsh on Trial. ney Pills I can strongly recommend
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Mount Former President John R. Walsh of them to anyone in need of a good medicine
r Tammany Hall at Clemens. have cost 5000000. Barely more than

'" ; '. .. r POLITICAL \ MIclL, was generally understood to be 10 per cent of the government loan has the defunct Chicago National bank backache for the kidneys.caused Kidney me suffering complaintand at inter
,9 faced a Jury on the charge of having
the first open effort to bring the anti- been paid. *ab for years. The first or second attack
'Bryan's.Formal Announcement. Bryan forces of the into effective wrecked his bank by the misuse V his t
party Banks Issue Few Notes. I did not mind but as time went by

In the current Issue of the Com action. t The refusal of many important banksto funds for his own private enterp'rlses.In I they grew, worse and at times' laid me up.I .

: moner W. J. Bryan makes a definite "Third Term Talk Treason. issue notes up to or near the limit opening. Assistant District Attorney could hardly walk and it was a difficult
Dobyns said the government would I matter to straighten after stooping while
of his position on the -
statement question Editor Watterson of the Louisville Imposed by law. as requested by Sec- and
s show that the defendant had taken the kidney secietions were irregular
r; y of the presidential candidacy. He Courier-Journal better known has .
among retary Cortelyou greatly displeased from the Chicago National the Equi- unnatural Dean's Kidney Pills curedme.
. says that hitherto he has refrained the paragraphers as Marse: llenr the administration and In confer- table Trust and the Home Savings $14.- From personal experience I know

} from discussing the availability of himself says there is one ray of hope for the ences with New York bankers the 000.000 and that watered stock to the that this remedy can he depended uponto e
a or other candidates because the Democrats next year even under the treasury chief made'"It known emphatically fulfill the representations made for it."
' amount of over $: .OOO.OOO had been
-_ .. party should have alPthe light possible Incubus of Bryan's candidacy. It that in future such banks issued voted to himself and then sold For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.

and the candidate should fit the platform arises out of the single menace to the might expect no consideration In the to these banks. The sums thus real Foster- Iil turn Co.. Buffalo. New York,

: made to fit the existing condi- country which shows Itself across the way of government deposits. It Is ized were Ole agents for the United States.
Invested in
s, tions. Now that this year's elections dummy companies Remember the name-Doan's-and
national horizon-that is. the. much pointed out that the national banks said -
I are past he feels, that a statement is heralded, much 'denied candidacy of might add $250.000.000 to the available Dobyns., take no other.

t
y ..4 n account of many false reports Ink He asserts that all the buccaneers of the trouble without exceeding their legal SCIENTIFIC'' The most unique theft on record a.
Trenton. X. J., committed
circulation. partylsm. the opportunists and"1ld ven- limit As a matter of fact the new was recently

# Mr. Bryan declares that he will not turers are lining up for Theodore; also issues to date amount to only about Aeroplane's Circular Flight. when a man entered the house of Mrs. t

:'k- : :' ask for or seek a nomination nor assume the incense burners and hangers on $15.000.000. the bankers being unwilling Henry Farman has continued his Catherine littleand stole two cana-

$ r to decide the Then he adds, that "the very talk of a ,to pay the small tax collected on marvelous flights at Paris with his ries from their cages, says a special
:. : .. dispatch to the New York World. The
I of his availability
question -
third term for Mr. Roosevelt is trea- such notes.Secretary. famous aeroplane built by the Voisin
:"'; xi policeman to whom the was
: but that "if son" and that "the people will rise en Cortelyou began the with brothers on the general plan of the case re

j' f,;";: tc"* he can serve the party mas&e, especially in New England and drawal of some of the government deposits Chanute soarer. Before a great and ported said It was "a bird of a theft" s

I'i. !,f ( ,, '&i$ by being its candidate crush it as a giant might crush an egg- in national banks in the east wildly enthusiastic throng of people he A Reliable Remedy for Croup

, i f x t. he will accept shell." On that one issue he thinks but this was more than made up at repeatedly maneuvered his machine;

1--: : A the commission and Bryan could defeat Roosevelt New York by the arrival of more gold one kilometer in a complete circle, returning Mrs. S. Rosinthal of Turner. Michigan -
'. \ make the best fight fro. of the ears: "We have need Chamberlain's
t : Central American Peace Confab. Europe importations yellow to the point of departure. This
: Medicine for ourselves and children
Cough
'. he can. If however
a2
metal continuing In' pite of the
was regarded demonstration of
as a
1 :, Delegates from five Central American for several years and like it
r veryrruich.
:;. .' the choice falls
'x rj'; e upon republics met with Secretary of record rates asked by LondonBerlin practical aerial flight by mac-Linos I think it i is the only remedy

! _- another "he will note State Root and Ambassador Creel of I and Paris bankers. American bankers heavier than air or without the aid of for croup and can highly recommend it." e

-ft'c ''r- _: ,William, Bryan be disappointed? or Mexico at Washington Nov. 14 to discuss : also began to draw on Argentina and gas bags. The machine first rolled I For sale by Titnsville! Pharmacy and

; >; J., disgruntled. lIe a permanent Mexico for gold shipments. J. P. Morgan slowly along the ground on its four Banner Drug Store.
f his availability is to be decided peace programme _
1 says --
pneumatic tired wheels then the
as
Speaking as the temporary chairman. & Co. vere arranging with the
;: ,r''x not by him not by a few leaders and
speed increased from the action of the
: : Mr. Hoot told the delegates very plainly Bank of France for $15.000,000;: at a
r not by the leading newspapers but by propellers the big winged thing shot
that hereafter something more than premium for bills against actual ex CASTORIA.
JFI .; the voters of the party. He says fine words and promises must be given ports. Some of the big banks at Chicago off into the air at a gentle angle all
further that he has not been waiting For Infanta and Children.
. the time Mr. Farruan steering with
"5' and that the means for enforcing a and other Interior cities have Ignored

i 4. to see who the Republican nominees peace agreement must be supplied New York by drawing gold di- apparent ease and confidence and The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears
[ would be nor to ascertain the chances
. :'i.-. I which would hold responsible those rect from Europe, but New York banks ing an even keel and a steady kP'1
'! ft,.;!< of victory. No matter who the Republicans
to the
turning point and back.
who might violate it The implication have sent more than $12.000.000 to I theSignature d //
.e nominate whether a stand patKt1' -
was that the United States government western points.Vaudeville Differ About Saturn's Rinss.! of
:. ter or one favorable to reform the
would supply the necessary force. Am- Deal Denied.A. The view advanced by Professor
'''; '. Democrats must make an aggressivefight
,f > 1, He believes the prospects, of bassador Creel echoed these senti- L. Erlanger. head of the theatrical Per<:J\tl Lowell that the -knots" recently -

a' : ments. tm!'t. has denied most emphaticallythe dNcovered in the rings of Saturn
;. r--4 victory for his party areexcellent but '
I. ',t .... .. the action of the party "cannot be Hughes Starts B.nk Inquiry. report that his vaudeville cafnpaign indicate that the rings are fallingis

i, made dependent on the prospect of In view of the recent serious kink had been abandoned and a deal made not accepted by Professor: Simon 1

} : sUe<-ess." If the party believes thatBryan's crisis in New York city Governor with the Keith people although he admitted Xewcomb of Washington, who says

..' .: nomination will help it he will Hughes: has appointed a committee f that the latter had tried to buy that Strove more than half a centuryago

"f" '"-tv accept. whether the prospects point to six prominent bankers of the metropolis him out proitoundcd tie theory of the falling ,
r. :
.
r ,'C. t /<; defeat or victory for a defeat can to investigate the existing conditions rings o? Saturn based upon early

i: ,, bring 'no disgrace where the cause is and recommend needed changesin I LEGALCRIMINALPowers I drawiLgs compared with late ones.

a just one. the laThe committee is headed NewctKiib says the lings are now viewed .

by President of the Chase= almost edgewise, g() that it is:: impossible e
- --f His final word is that the campaign Hepburn
' Vi will be an appeal to the public conscience National bank and is to report by Dee.ID. Again on Trial. to distinguish one from another -
At Georgetown. Ky.. last week Caleb lie prefers the theory put forth
, In'ier. of the recent investigations The members have agreed to serve
," F without E. Powers for the fourth time was by Clerke-Maxwell sixty years ago that
. t which have shown the corrupt pay.
; placed 0:1 trial charged with complicity the small satellites which the
.' 1< : use'of oampaigj funds contributed by The Coin Inscription Issue. compose I.i f
in the murder Governor Goes rings sometimes crowd together. Professor .
k" ,t : corporations which thus sought "to In response= to numerous criticismsof t
'; l cl. the attempt to get the case removed ISrashe of Pittsburg agrees with t2.FRIEND ,
..i convert the government Into a businessasset" churchmen
l' on account of the absence
from the
state court to federal jurisdiction Xewcomb.
c ; lie says his party can make of the motto "In God We Tniston having fail ---- --

ho promises to :such corporations for itl' the new ten dollar ;gold pieces Tres- ed. L'owers.who A Good Liniment
would have to betray the ,voters "as
.I ident Roosevelt in a letter published in
When
was'the Republican yon need a good reliable liniment -
R. a t the Republican party has done." Xo Nov. 14- papers assumed full resi oiisiliility secretary try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It TO FRIEND.The .

i: ,\ one should favor his nomination unless for the omission and gave his of state under ha no superior for sprains and swelling

c.. ': v the party is willing to open Its reasons= therefor. First he said they former Governor A piece of flannel slightly dampenedwith personal recommendations of people -

books and show where its contributions had found no authority in Ia\v for putting Pain Balm i is superior to a plaster who have been cured of coughs and
Taylor, has t
( come from and for what the mill : this motto on the ('(tins. Still Le been in prison i for lame back or pains in the .side or I colds by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ''i
:" -: ey is expended. An I to conscience best. It also relieves rheumatic pains '"
appeal: might have followed the custom had seven and ALas have done more than all else to make it a ,
years one makes Wp! and rest' For j
. is possible.
politically expedient as well he approved of it. Of course, besacs
eight months, sale by Titusville Pharmacy and Banner staple article of trade and commerce over
as morally right as the natire-a! conscience lie will how to the will of congress '5o .
trot'f' t> .
; been mgt 0 r. a large part of the civilized world.
has already IKH'II aroused and
I but his conviction is that this .' J.
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victed three
,.. till".\'ot"'l"8 educated to the necessity of use of the expression "not only does no
times, sentenced ,
.e,. Y a reform that will make this government gui-4l. but does jtositive harm and is inCTN.t
to death
4 again a government of the ilea1e. irreverence, which becomes dangwnsly once and to life Do not suf feuwiT

by the people and for the people.Johnson ; close to sacrilege. Experience !-i' .
imprisonment
;
Vi V : r\c t':1 Cardic'ztc.: -ls-jws. IKoininnes.. that the motto twice. Taylor t. : K J severe

"1! the coins is used= :I'. an occasion; t
Headaches
:Mayor: anl )!: ?fir EiectTon! 1.1 ohtJ tied to Indiana..Y. :

r %sr>: of e: 'n'IIIJ auuoanl that "nn- of and iii.-iienieiit to s;:ccriu:: ridicule where he still jEs= 'it '
' .F '
;: :' def no circiiuiMsiiKvi v.ill: he lv a candidate On the same day that this letter was lives, extradi when t
.t A : for the and tint muse public the animal convention of
P I pn-sidenc.v" lion papers Inning ;_ :
the Ipiss", ",, of New York had r
(" "
Cleveland is the his
; sptiers'f duty at debit I teen Ignort. .,
'; aj this ioe. He will <-oisiier; iic>;'iiin-i a >t'mny on the subject and by the ifs Caleb .. Powers

t. but the issue:, of tliree rent fares for adopted. 1:1 to SI I. a resolution protesting Bier governors. It is not claimed that

that fity. (!e hcs refused all invitations a-sihivt she change, saving= ; that either Powers or Taylor shot <;ehel.. 4
-. -the I!: .I..t Interests of this country > '
t :. '- demand the pre>,'r\:1 nuu of all th'! ,seT
.
S banquets. tired from a window of Powers'otlic 1
r '.fj-.ss dint !ha\r stood for the recogui'iii -
c .' Acb! =rr.a: Hours Vctts Dry. in tlu! state c.ipitol at Frankfort airt
,1 01" Go.l in the life of the people."
: The AlaL-ana boars of representatives :, that Powers was intimate with time 1t
Mitt c,n\eitioi of the I'tesbyleninmiBunh1'ri
>a.ssed tLe general state mountaineers who rame to prevent the 1f
j prohibition -
t ;! : .oil tlrlIwri'1 at Cincinnatiniti t
bill, although it was not includedin sot.g of Gocde! SNH-iaI Judge J. SX..rri.5 Will Cure You.
: I. 1!-1 /1-lesi.es! prgent.| expressed
the governors call for the extra was a>>T.oiited nil try titn /:1''<'
session i'c:re, ih.t the motto had Urn left oil The liver is the ma n-s mnff for the whole bodv. To -TT> i
The vote was ay; to 10.Woa'd Jiitls,1 Itobhins having Itt-eii disgnaliirr| good health f
one must
keep the liver
the c;'iis and !r iK<'l Mint c'lnr,"> in good order. To Uo .
l-y :ierJti! >s nf partisan interest
f!aka ri3ccvci Kir -s:. \\ :>::5.1 take I'rnupt; action to ipton it a regulator is needed. Herbine will put your liver in th<- con

'rr'. Professor J. P. Drake in the law department Here's Civil Service Reform. Mrs. Dratilcy! Pecds! lr.scr.ity.lJiruult.v : dition it should be and you will not sutler from headache

of the University of Michigan ; vras exivrienceil in finding '
.r..: ; h II. rhoate hIS U-eii (hstnpci'tnt A POSITIVE
f. startled his class by saying: that | of the National I 'ivil ServiceRffoTin nu i.tiprejndieed jury tit try :Mrs .\JW1 CURE
r he would favor electing Roosevelt \ r.radev! at \\': ) hilltla ;' .;' ; '.'
'e::!ie. which at its re vii: FOR CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND
e king that he might have a free baud 'itiunlor i.f Sentfir Brown of 'l"iwhen : ,
IVT; !.o meeting! conni'ii>t1 TresidentIJoiwwelt FEVER
;.'.. in the solving of the corporation problem for his eiifonvment of ,'h'!: the C-:!>t' mine up It was kno -. u BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA 1
that the .I..ft'n"l' made the formal [ple! :: AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. !
/ "f'r\'i. laws and nites.t : I II
- ':" J Roosevelt! Four Years Hence. i of insanity. l"ut reliance will t>e plan!

if.":': Representative Sibley of Pennsylvania I COMMERCIALCunard I j i in the M> vale: "higher law." Has Done A World Of Good.

in a published letter says that after Express Companies' Agreement.

; a conversation with the president Before the New York-state 1.111111.! \Irs.HTTV'c. D. PhI lIe)., Marble FalL' Texas writes: "I have

.t In June he was convinced thltIr.: Liners For Canada. service commission a representative o) ? and find it the best liver corrective I have ever

,, Roosevelt meant just what he :said The Crand Trunk railroad i is said to the l"I.it'"l1tlft s Express 1.11I11:111) tried. It done my family as well as myself a world of good,
II and I
about not accepting a nomination next have made a deal) with the Cniiard I admitted that his company together headache recommend anymore.it"to *" my friend z. I never; 6ufle from

year but that four or eight years Steamship company for a line of with the Adams and American Express #

hence "bound by no pledge and In violation steamers from Liverpool) to Canada. Mas companies, had formed and maintaineda sUe WILL BUY IT.

of no unwritten law" doubtlesshe to afford an all British route forpas.seir.rer -community of interests" without

will be ready to respond to any call I and freight; traffic between which their stocks would be worthless Ballard Snow Liniment Co. .

for public duty. England and the orient because the companies concerned would

Anti.! Bryan Plotters Busy. The Exposition Deficit. be at the mercy of the railroads. 500-502 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO.

,7 A conference between Roger Sullivan The receipts of the Jamestown exposition | Oregon Bankers Arrested.

. Bryan's openly avowed enemy In from visitors and concessionairesare President Thornton Vice President

control of the Illinois Democratic organization now estimated at $lU(10UOR( and I IIIH and Treasurer Berkhardi of the Sold and Recommended by i

: Tom Tajrjrart of Indiana this foreshadows a deficit of somethingover defunct Title Guarantee and Trust t
Lt-ULsxrillo:
and Lender Murphy of New York city's 3000000. The buildings alone company of Portland. Ore., which went 3Ban.ra.oir PharD3.acy And i

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? "fi FRIDAY,.NOVEMBER 39,1907 THE FLORIDA STAR 3.

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t! :ITEMS OF NEWS DO YOU GET UP Several of the residents of the A Mystery at Stuart. What Ails You ; .

,: Homestead 'county who ,have recently Sunday morning, four miles above Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, -I .

WITH A LAME BACK ? proved up their claims to government Stuart on the banks of the Si Lucie have frequent headaches, coated tongue '
1 bitter or bad taste in morning "heartburn ];
FAIR FLORIDA ,
lands are now very anxious to interest river, the body of a strange man was ,* belching of gas, acid risings In '

Kidney Trouble Hakes You Miserable. some one with'capital, In that section found, drowned. throat after eating, stomach gnaw or t 1

r:jht is Being Done Towards the De-: .)f the county. It is said that there 'Deputy Sheriff A. :Martin, was in burn, foul breath, dizzy spells, poor or -1

Ahnost everybody who reads the newspapers ire millions of feet of timber on these Stuart and immediately hearingof variable appetite, nausea at times and
is sure to know of the wonderful upon
Telopment of the Peninsula kindred ?
homesteads which is the symptoms .i
awaiting erec- the '
I' cures made by Dr. matter, empanelled a jury and it
J If considerable
number of
agitation. has been started In i Kilmer's Swarnp-Roct, ion of a mill. There are two sawmills viewed the body. It was that. of aman &h joiSme above any toms you are suffering ,

IfAn to bond the town for an elec II[L and the great bladder kidney remedy., liver already established in the south- 35 or 40 years old; red sandy hair, from ilioudn -s. id liver with Indi j"restion. J

plant. !rn end of the county but there Is little _' Pr-Efrrcf*!_fioMfnal 4 a '
:, 't /j. It is the great medical gray, 5 feet and 6 inches tall of ape ,
: .1' '" Punta Gorda pineapples are still being Jjjff triumph of the nineteenth ; plenty of room for another. The demand ender build, and would weigh probably r-f '" FMwwfrr f
.,.,; ," : shipped to the markets of the north century; discovered for Dade county lumber is steadily 125 pounds; upper front teeth valnablo: mpdicmat prindpT f'I known to
'. I I after of medical l seh nee for th pprpan: lPnt core 01 ,
And east in large quantities. II scientificresearch years by increasing and a good many dollars gone; no marks or scars to be foundon such abnormal cori dtt',;nIt is & must

_, The Masons of Gainesville are planning Dr. Kilmer, the emi- can be made in the business. the body except that the eyes were efficient liver invigorator. stomach tonic

for the erection of a magnificent nent kidney and bladder Miami NewsRecord.A swollen, and these was apparently no bowel regulator and nerve strengthener.The .
-' specialist, and is "Golden Medical Discovery Is nota
Masonic temple in that city, to cost wonderfully successful in promptly curing gentleman who recently made a water in the lungs or stomach. Hewas patent medicine or secret nostrum a

between $17,000 and 20000. lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid troubles trip through the southern end of the dressed, in pair dark mixed trousers full list of its ingredients being printed eon

and Bright's Disease,which is the worst jouaty was very enthusiastic over th_ clay colored shirt, common knit Its bottle-wrapper and attested under t
At a public sale at Darby, Pa., on form of kidney trouble.Dr. .
oath. A glance at its formula will show v
prospects of that section. He stated underwear, and a pair of good tan
election day of antique goods a cherry Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not recommended that it contains no alcohol, or harmful t
for everything but if have kidney that; several new houses cf large dim shoes, with black hose. There was
you
bedstead 200 years old was knocked habit-forming drugs. It is a fluid extract ,
liver or bladder trouble it will be found ensions would soon be erected by people nothIng in the' pockets of any description made with triple-refined glycerine
down to a negro for 5 cents. the need. pure ,
I
has
Just been
remedy you t testedin who had decided to make their and his clothes were all carefully of proper strength, from the roots of the .
: The rJty council of Tampa has de so many ways. in hospital work,in private "
homes in that section winter buttoned in following native American forest plants
practice> among the helpless too to during the near and good condition

tided January 7 1903 the date poor purchase viI. Golden Seal root Stone Black .
on ,
as
root
relief and has proved so successful in and summer. Lumber is now beIng Who the man was is a complete mys- I
for holding the bond election when the Cherrybark, Queen's root Bloodroot and '
: every: case that a special arrangement has i'
sent to several Some he
places and withina tery. thought had been an Mandrake root. f
citizens will vote on a $600,000 issue been made by which all readers of this paper \ .
who have not already tried it, have a few months several families will locate extension laborer as they said the The following leading medical authorities. C ;
.. municipal improvements. may monT a host of others extol the foregoing *
for I sample bottle sent free by mail also a book near Naranja and Homestead.. shoes he had on were the kind dlstrib roots for the cure of just such ailments as the

4 A larger acreage has been planted in I telling more about Swamp-Root and how to Judging from present indications next II' uted by the commissary. Others think above symptoms indicate: I'rof.R Bartholow.
Di. D_ of Jefferson Med. College Pblla.
find out if have kidney or bladder trouble. ; Prof.
strawberries this Season than ever before you summer will bring about many improvements I he may be a man calling himself Tommy I H.C Wood. M. D.of UnlT.ot Pa.: Prof Edwin '
: ; When writing mention reading this generousoffer M. H le.M. D.of Uahnemann Med.College,
and although the season has been in this paper and in the Homestead countryas Knip, who had been at Stuart witha Chicago; Prof. John King. Ji. D.. Author of

r : very dry the plants are in fine condi send your address to M those farmers who have lately settled I boat some time ago, but careful American der. M.D..Anthorof Dispensatory Specific Prof.Medicines Jno. M.:Snd-Prof.

tion.and promise an abundant yield of Dr.Kilmer&Co..Bing- ? there will begin to set out large search of the Driver has failed to dis- Laurence Johnson. M. D..Med. Dept. Univ.of
hamton. N. Y. The "' N. Y.: Prof. Finley Ellinsrwood. M.D.,Author i
fruit.-Mami NewsRecord.Rat groves of fruit trees and will also prepare close a boat so probably the affair of Mat.t'rlaMed1n and Prof.in Bennett Medical q
regular fifty cent and Bom*ot Swamp-Boot College Cbicagra Send name and address -.
Inspectors in Seattle are treated dollar sizes are sold by all good dru tfsts.Don't largesfarms for truck growing. will ever remain a mystery. The man on Postal Card to Dr. R.V. Pierce.Buf

with a prophylactic serum to preventthe make any mistake but remember Miami News-Record. had the appearance of having been in extracts taco N. Y.from and writings receive of free all the booklet above jrtTin medical

spread of the plague, and bounties be: name Swamp-root Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- At the request of the business men the water a week or ten days.There' authors and many others endorsing,in the .
Boot and the address, Binghampton, N. Y.. strongest possible terms each and every ingredient
A"fix are paid for the bodies of all rats that on every bottle.Congress of Live Oak, the banking institutionsof of which 'Golden Medical Disco
No Use ery"i<; composed.
'; are delivered to the Health Department that city have organized a clearing Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and
talking, you can't beat Herbine for the
invigorate stomach liver and bowels! They
So far 10 cents a head has I will be asked to make aa house and are now issuing clearing ivf r. The greatest regulator ever offered may be used in conjunction with "Ooldeo i ,

{: ,_ been paid for 539 rats. appropriation for the enlargement of house certificates. As told by the to suffering humanity. If you puffer Medical atipated.Disrorery bowels and are much con-. | 1
They're tiny sugarcoated.Tht
A New Orleans commercial traveler the naval hospital at Pensacola. This Live Oak Democrat, "this request was from liver complaint, if you are bilious t
: and fretful, its your liver, and Herbinewill -
' arrived In Tampa Monday reported ia the only naval hospital on the gulf made of our banks, not because they put it in its proper condition. A

to the police the theft of his coast, and Surgeon General Rixey of were unable to meet the demands upon positive cure for constipation, biliousness Most Valuable Sit of Yacht and Bo b. I t,

I 1"who: match and a purse 'containIng more the navy has reported that it is Inadequate them, but that the finances of our locality dyspepsia and all illd due to a torpid Building Book ever fuHtiked. I
iver. Try a bottle and yon will never 1
than |100 from a berth in a Pullman in size for the accommodationof might be made more elastic: use anything el!'e. Sold by Titasville RUDDERHOWTO

. ;:; car. TWO Pullman porters are under: the sick of the fleets when in winter thereby rendering it more easy to handle Pharmacy and Banner Drug btore. BOOKSOver

; arrest charged with the crime. endezvous at the station. the cotton and other commoditiesand
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J Geneva and Chambers counties In Joco boats have been built from the fines
to better prepare all of our peopl< printed in these books-SuccessfuHjr sailed m
- .; Store hay has been harvested In Vo- When Hon. Jefferson B. Browne sail Alabama joined the prohibition ranks every clime and upon every sea-Full detail

.:,> ,' lusia county this year than for any ed from Key West last Saturday to attend to further their business interests yesterday, the former voting dry 10 to how drawing to make of all tt-parts Text, showing extremely what simple it is and
without the embarrassments usually
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three previous years. The imported the "coming out convention" at 1 and the latter 20 to 1. lid
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HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50imvp
incident to times of
lay is now selling at $30 per ton, just Ocala, a great ovation was tendered money stringency. ----- (out prow aILort Lar1<.....,to baud;trams aD.._ a
l.i. The banks have gotten together se- --- comlnKugMutfarklMiHOW ,,.kara 10.bamem...
,
little much for farmer to
a too any pay
that gentleman by fifteen hundred men REASONSFor TO BUILD A SKIPJACK
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lected S. A. Hinely, H. M. Wood and
h,,: when just as good hay can be saved and women who escorted him from his A fine boat fir. ttmmm laJtrx ar tuarkaHr about fang
tb.alwtnr iii ia.a.a.r :
fal"b-nmb.ilt.l..parrr t
;:. from his own farm.-DeLand Record. residence to the steamer. The ova- W. J. Hillman as trustees, and forme: Buying a High Speed, Ball ; full puuu uJ pktme.et cufapktrd txxu. i

-. a Clearing House Association in answer Bearing HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP 's3omoer.ial
; The truckers are preparing to sen<* tion was inspired by the valuable ser nrii? nurhineirinnrr ever dearned; a pus
to the request made of them and in Aiu .Ana cad .ra1ia to bald
etsa as ; noJ I anto
gi out from the lower East Coast trucK vices rendered by Mr. Browne to the sin wJ1
today the bright, new certificates are "Standard" Rotary Shuttle
r..; farms the coming season the greatest cause of prohibition in the recent wet HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH f
l \ in circulation throughout the town and Simple .!.. p.jrti MoL.bowt. bowtoto..tr.ttsls. 5
L crop: of vegetables they have ever mar and dry election.Mr. Machine LaU f..or acts.j/uonr. Swrenl oIber piau. J
Sewing
are fully servIng the purposes of ready
HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA
keted. If no adverse conditions are met
and Mrs. A. O. Anshutz and Mr. cash in the 'hands of all who have been --- 6msll around rrvraar ....". foot cabin; ...,.n**
I witn in producing the crop, the truck nukr; suitable tug Uia.law; ..tn..
ONLY ONE REASONFor
and Mrs. James Stebbins were at Pass- fortunate enough to get hold of them.
HOW TO BUILD SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA
will receive this!
ers good prices sea-
son. a-GriIe! last week, returning to SL Petersburg That they are as good dollar for dollar buying any other machine, null cirrr...pUm.Iftlr.ding Umt wftk srodente vmtoag wx '
i' a
on Monday. Fishing was as any green-back ever issued bj; Up viz.: It is cheaper. But there is HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
A great many of the orange crops ta.y to...1Id f'ff"tLintr straight just the .ft far
r a box
the main ;
The between
sport. party caught cie Sam, no one has or can question.? la b ji...rtll;.,...Im.bull. := about Orange City are selling as they 300 and 400 pounds of mackerel more difference in the quality HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA

fF stand in the groves. Messrs. Heeb- than in the rooipli-te. d<.Tiption of Bow.to kiLt a modft;*lo not p
and plenty of ether kinds of fish. Aixtypound There is no Reason price. skid wed in zed DIT BiwAta.PRICE \

ner and Roberts are recent sellers, several tub of mackerel was salted i t
why your baby should> thin and fre .
: thousand boxes. They sold ink for future use. Mr. Anshutz caught Fill during tie night. Worm, are the The "Standard" UOTAHY SHUTTLE : $1. EACH

'; One-mill school fund . 8C.S14.23 a 40-pound stingray on Shell Island came of thin, sickly babie It !is natural NTA'EI STOP- when the machine is in PREPAID BY EXPRESS ANVKHCHC
oHration. Old style shuttles Ftart andSTOI' BounJ It cloth-Cotl lettmig-Size of pag
the neighborhood of $2.00 f. o. b-De- that a healthy baby ehullll.e fat amletp
i with hook and line. 9 by ii inches-Lar e,ciearl/nira-plans.
TWICE to each --titch. Just thinkof
wi'II. If your baby does not retain
;j.. Land Record. More than three hundred delegates H food, don't experiment with colic the extra strain and wear that this THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

lei',,: "Grandpa" Coleman who lives west (:tire and oilier medicine, but try a Lot makes! The '-Standard' lotarv'huUJe B MURRAY STREET NEW YORK, U. S. A f'Sn.iI J
representing the Sea Island local unionor 1Il0on continuously without a jar. l
tie of White'e Cream
and
; of town is demonstrating that some Vermifuge, lOU
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postal Books
; for Catalogue of for
: > the Farm rsUnion of Georgia and will soon ee your baby have color andlaizzh The neetliebar has only two motions to 'achtimam't Library. '"
very fine fruit can be grown here He it should. wild every stitch, whereas the vibrator liar has i'
Florida met in the Columbia county as bv Titusul!! f
has a Japanese persimmon tree filled ,Pharmacy and Banner Drug :.vlore.: four.No w.
court house at Lake City Thursday and balance wheel fi
heavy required to
with this luscious fruit each one being : -- -- i-
Friday to consider the financing of the carry motion over the stops and Marts.
\ unusually large, quite a numbe- That Extra Session.A .
resent cotton crop. The special The momentum of each stitch helps it
weighing a pound each.-St Petersburg make the next. 4
Independent. committee appointed to report fin fast! special dispatch to the Savannah Lt"-4 noi-f than any other machine.ItCi PSN t

; matter reported that a plan be adopted News from Tallahassee says: 7--: 1'EU 'CE T. LKiHTKK

t- Shipments of cigars from Tampa for thereby: the banks and merchants be "It is currently reported in Tallahassee THAN: OLU STYLI: :MACHINES.Tlie : w% *& !

t' the week ending November 9 were C,, fact that it is the must rapid wwin ?
matte safe for advances that have beet that Governor Broward will call
machine made iO! conrhi-ne thatit .
: proof
," 220,000. Total shipments from Janu been made, and the pledge of the an extra session of the legislature to is the lightest running, and good evidence llW Seeds \

ary 1 November 9 were 244,675,000. whole Farmers' Union was guaranteed convene December ::,1. This is a niror it i i-,. wry ql1id. r prove their worth at harvest -

Total shipments for the corresponding to stand for the minimum prices of 15 that could not be confirmed at It i'- the mo-t raid sen-r-makes two tune. After over fifty years of .fl
motion? of the treadle to three of other
; period of last :rear were 234,613,000 ents siort tae successhey arc pronounced
for cotton and 42 cents for executive office to lay. The governor machine in the of
M'wii'jr same length
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the best and cartful
The increase in shipments for this: best grades of sea island cottvu. was not in the city, and his private wain it makes 175 Pitches \\bile others surest by Ai

; :year up to November 9, was 10.0f,0OlI. i secretary said that he knew not. make 100. ? planters everywhere. Your i
: dealer sells them 1907 Seed
Mr. A. C. Green, of Modelo. arrived
It make" l*>th the two thread forkstitch I
Carl Jack an of Orlando Ind. took tug of the governor's intentions. Aonuil free on request
in the city last nit and is spendingthe and the Mn::lf thread chain titcli. c
strychnine with suicidal intent at West \Vhate\er the basis for & i).rrniiT JL<'o, iMroit.Mick.
given
day here looking after business intcrests. an rv' It makes the prettiest and I most i-la-tic

Palm Beach last Saturday and died a t1"3 session it is now too late to mate stitrh'rensinns'
;. Mr. Green is a new arrivali 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE
t"I.:1fJt-tIII\ hanjre 't
not of
few hours later. Despondency caused ;prou;;;:cn for additional revenue ten -\ : :
Dade county, only recently 10<'3 tin,; s1Nr-d. size of tlmviil Uuckne, of LixxK, ,r
,: by being out of work and ill health is in the: Homestead country wher h? ; increase of the tax rate. If there tilt len/tli; stitrlt-whatither :1l&d.ilit'

thought to be responsible for his smclde. has been any fear on this core It n",7 can d) m' ninth?
has taken valuable homestead of
up
The body was sent to Orlando hI' : ICO of fine fruit laid .
acres very grape : !* r;.n I li.ii fcwani
Ind, where brother of the dead man ; number of tLenj. bate loci
a He is much pleased with tae Homestead : j I Tii '::Marnlanj'! Rotary ha" ili- i>i2j..,t "

lives. section rent in to the Comptroller and *.r i II.. >.(>m "f ant l bN'k-ntriiinaiiiiie. 11..ld-1 : .
Dade l'
of
county, and sajs"but :A
in) \anio IfX.: h'> .. TRADE MARKS
now being compiled in that o li{e. To < utt n:
In the Key U est municipal election everything down there has an air \ DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
I Tlu- t'n lnJl rrSwuvl: nlwii akin' _' Isj ,,,,p c
'"tce-in the report cf the invtstisat'a j r Y &
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last week Joseph N. Foerty was elected of t! rift about it that one does not see ; I out tlie -is

/: mayor by a large majority defeating !tai other sections cf the Iouth.1:- '-o:n.i.. sion and possiti'y to creat a I Tiihurt >-t ii tJt' r"vil in !<*'k MI.,.,. ",..Anyone...'...JS-;; ...".. r-nHnu." 1'.bthrf..tf'ntalle.*.nn r a>ar!sketch opinion and free dp. crMIon(w"...zmsmraehc' .?.n..r mTT ui-

'prison c.Jmriission. to cccsljer thttte tii.nlniicTherefore :leis liable' to U'idand .., .
of that o2ceGeo. Ireen 13 a native! of Alabama. cornm ;;':I1w".JO.k.ul'ah"ut'
the former occupant ( n .
kip !-tld..-!'. M" r f. : : -t Jireicyfi ew nlCpatenl'
iife insurance question and Vt I 1M'i.. n iir..+u.U 51u'n & C caudi from Monroe
other that
L. Babcock and two hero count state.- Fowl motion'-all j>o-iti\ "-no springy rjyr iol w:t' e, wlfhoutciiirire, lathe
dates. Mason S. Morens was elocte. ilnr-ui :r, ,rojxIis.Tht 'e- revenue rneasi..es are assigned a? - chief !;:*> tiremo'-t reasons for ar evtra boa I thirknesseof giKHlaainl M-.IIII witliout Scientific Ess;;ritatt.
-
Gardner
city clerk. Whitmore J. niercLanti of Twelfth street I Ginn "clienmj": tii. cloth: no matter what A hand,mi>Ty 1t1C1tratPd ......ltlv. I.-irre't rtrii t
of police Lem Baker captain of police .':It.l rout: endab have I IfUjnliof-tilrli. '- U4>n i>I anyeoet'tn" ;"unml. I'-rntja -r
enterprise, *
There is a certain feeling that the "-AT: tour moiths f L .QW bY..1I "ews".ieA.MUNN .
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:' Charles L. Knowles po ice jastlcc aii-ej un1s for the: of turn Wtllc'u t\\i'c'\ ions; other lock
; r'l'po I session,; will be called, and the certain -titcii iiuci.ine-. & Co iBrOadW3J, flew Ymk
\';-:' Wm. M. Pmder. tax assessor. Ste'E'1. shins illumination for Twelfth trt-t': Branch UOre.'n F Pt.Wa hurn:ton. P.U
'I. 'cars with it the conviction that theloverscr I Beet ;vt of atta: |>hiufrit! !' in any ma .
{ Lester, tax collector and Chas Curtis for the months of Februar srlf fa-teriii. IJI'U;='::JJ ::.::" '
January, ) has; talked; to somebody rlinie. a'Ijntting:: and : | to tin

ik, treasurer. and MarchThe electric lights!: to Hpir. pr- M-r bar in pt.icr of the f j"t J t( LTHECOUCH
though; nobody appears to Know who.: Best ball lieannjfitted with

The State Board of Pardons has refused 'Med will of course, be uJlito7iao ---- rune M'rt"\\O intake ni \\t'ar.IIIt ailjustable JAND CURE THE LUNCS

to act favorably on the petition *. those now on the street. It is p. ')- Be Charitable I :\ easil\ threa'U-d of any nu< hinena

B. II. Burton josed to start opposite: tile Anthcay: ? .leI .
Tot clemency presented by tn your horM-s a< well a!! to jonrt-If You I I hi.-canwallseuingntarhine I WITH Ir.
who was deputja Rornfh store and continue out Twe.ttb ciiniiaiiie1- King'sNew
of Pensacola need not suffer from pains of any sort- are te tifvin-j tn The Mi|>enority of thtandHnl"

clerk of Escambia county and was sent street as far as the Miami Hardware your horses! netd not snilvr, Try a bottle "- I.tarhuUle by bnnfinI :;

:- ._ up for eight years for forging and em Co's. store. Eight cables containin of Dallard' :Snow Liniment. It cures all I out and offering for ale rota.r\" shuttle ,
Discovery
that of fifteen lights each will be suspendedover maihines: These machines they do noattempt
.' bezzlement. Another petition pain J. M. Roberts, Bakersfield, Mo., .
sell
to knowing defective
they are
", J M. Andrews, formerly chairman of the street and the lights will Je writes: "I have n=ed your liniment for owing to ourcontrol of i>a ie patents; FOR COUCHS! 60c itt 3100.

;- the board of county commissioners of kept burning (rem 6 until 10 o'clock ten jearsfcnd find it to be the best I have but they do use them aa an argnmenazainst Trial Bottle Free

_. Escambia, who was given a fourrearr. every evening during the three months t-\er u-ed for man or bea't." old fly Titimille rotary machine in the effort to AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.

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sell their old
style \ibrator
term for padding the county pay rolls for which the arrangement has been Pharmacy and Banner Drug GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY

.'':_._. vas also denied. made.-Miami Metropolis. (tore. Sold by INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE OR MONEY REFUNDED.


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'.,. THE FLORIDA STAR I FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29,1907

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I; ri. .-..". .-" ,' -' :THE FLORIDA STAR I. H BROWN INDICTED J Ev. Govern or of Wyoming t


I,,: ".f/".. .:,-, Entered at the poetofflce atTitusvilJe Continued from page 1.
.
". ;? _' econd-claM mail matter.I
.: 'J.: had transferred to the Atlantic National Bank '

i @1I.i ::: ;.> t'_., : Xlll ft. Water, Editor and Publisher. I of Jacksonville the sum of$9,59805. Endorses I', .. P'' u-na

: 8th count; a similar entry to same bank and a-
MORNING
,.f ;,: < PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 01 l : ,;;.< I .
-' iD amount.
e '
o'
*: f
t : 9th count shows a false entry credited to the
;
.j Ia! : t. Please," note the call made in anoth- same account of the Atlantic National bank. Asa Catarrh As An ExcellentRemedy. :

1 ': a:. : er column for a meeting to be held 10th count;regards a credit of same amountto

k 7th to determine Atlantic National babk.llthcountananeged ;
at Cocoa on Dec. ,
: _, Tonic.
/:- \ false entry of$9,598 05 :
of sending county e-- --
the question a
;
a f':. to the Indian River State bank.
' f'J;,: hibit to the Florida Mid-Winter International 12th count;same as the 11th. L :

.... {: ; .' and State exposition. The 13th count;shows an entry on the individual 4--
J ledger to R. R. McCormick f 2. 00.00; which :-: -
;.. K :: date has been made as late as possi- \
I
{ ; x deposit was not made by said R.R.McCormick
ble in order to allow the people all .
'k ; entry was false and made to deceive comptroller. -'S-- : F 4 f
.
,
discuss the .
the time practicable to
. Ii'.r
>
', $ 14th count;similar credit to same person for
decide the
question.
and
matter
: 'N .' 2,50000, tending to show that R. R. McCor- )
r : :> mick bad depositedand that he had $ ,500OO
'I "/ have such conflin 4i
.' t The Philadelphia North American subject to check which was not so. -

e take the 15th count; would show that$10,387 had : dente prominent :'
- figures that the banks that Lr personal
::? 'I : been deposited by H.C. Roome, whereas no >.
.,.
. '?: issue of United States treasury certificates such deposit had been made. c ,f Mends who have ?} .t. : .

'.; ': amounting to $100,000,000, 16th count;same thing, same person,amount : used and endorsed Peruna
ft $10,387.50.lith i'h i 3:{

t ;: {'\:, will be $9,000,000 ahead on an invest count;an entry of$12,055.58 credited to ... .'.. .,...' that I feel justified in assume ,,
; ; will be .. ? .. .. J.r.
which
f. .. ?
of 1
: .s.
ment $25,000,000, r.
? the Consolidated National Bank of New York, ..Y; ing that it is a valuable rem
good for the people, of course, but which was false.

also good for the banks. The people 18th count;similar amount to the same bank. edy for catarrh and an excellent
19th count;an entry indicating that$15,800 "
w since the people are the government bad been drawn out by the Florida East Coast general tonic.

- t ;_ i" :: ,will really be paying' the banks Railway Co., when it had not been drawn out. John W. Hoytk.

36 per cent. interest, according to 20th count;a similar entry of same amount Flats.Wiuhfa.
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11 purported to have been drawn out by the Florida toQ, Or
.=,rt the North American's view of the solution East Coast Railroad Co.

the president, Mr. Cortelyou 21st count; regards certain moneys and .

I v, -_Cias-=j.% t and their advisers have hit upon for funds, namely, the sum of$3.300 by receiving :
and d'scounting: a certain promissory note .
the relief of the Currency famine. A' .. .,, : 'a
which was false and forged, bearing the sis :> ;r;:
.,.
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nature of C. \>! Willard as manager, CH:w:%rs."Ara.iS ;::. : ::: xuvnwY ::' w : : -' rlxbx..4OGIfwwYAN AW sILdI CrafitvA9Ci :
. /.. From the wording of an editorial note for$3,300 was false and forged as defend- The Magnificent State Capitol Building of Wyoming

t in-the last issue of the Eau Gallic ant well knew. Responsible People. I Natural Enthusiasm.When Catarrhal Fever.
7'
4 f 22nd count,a similar transaction for$5,000,a occupying positions of high a person has been really helpedin Mrs. W. K, Good, Broadway, V*.,
Y f I; Record we are led to believe that promissory note made and drawn by CharlesH. PEOPLE and trust are always getting rid of some chronic malady, writes:

*' .)' Editor Roesch does not correctly understand Garthside, said defendant well knowing very busy people. after other things have failed, it is quite "When I was fifteen years old I had

;i the plan the county commission that said Charles H. Garthside was insolvent Taey have little or no time to devoteto I natural for enthusiasm to lead people catarrhal fever and for nine years I
r, *; ; roof 23rd count;on making false report to the side issues. i, to make a statement of the fact. have had catarrh of the head.
' + 1 rs intend to pursue in working comptroller the currency at close business It is therefore very rare that such people For great services, gratitude is nat "Through neglect it went to my throat

.. mule teams on the public roads. March 5i, 1901,to the effect that there was$60430 ,- are willing to write testimonials for ural. and nose. After consulting you I used
due the bank when there not that This is the only that it can possibly -
;: And it is only a wish on our part to 78 was anything. way Peruna for four months as directed, and
{ much. Then again there is a natural diffidence be explained why it is that so many I entirely well and have my natural
set the matter aright before the people 21th count; for making false report to the in giving public endorsement to persons prominent in public,diplomaticand health

that we reiterate what THE STAR comptroller the currency on the 29th of any commercial enterprise on the partof social life give testimony for "I cannot praise Peruna too lucklj.

' the March. people who are much before the Peruna. It will do all that it is recommended
has said before regarding proposed -
Actual Benefit.
.
J' t 23th count for making a false report of business public. to do."
j plan, which is to place all the Hay 20th, 1907, as to the amount in the Bare Endorsements.It Peruna promptly relieves. Pe-ru-na Believes Catarrh.

teams at work in one district at a hands of the reserve agent.Chase National is thus that it is very rare that public This is the explanation. Mr. L. Clifford Fig;;, Jr., 2W9 E.
: Catarrh is a disease difficult to relieve.A .
r : time under charge of a competent bank. officials, like governors, congressmen Marshall St., Richmond Ya., writes:
26th co int; It also of making a false report ,consuls, senators, etc., give public great many of the doctors fail to "As soon as I get a cold I send for a

i overseer or superintendent, which May 24, 1007, a} to the amount due this assoc- endorsement to a proprietary medi relieve it.Gratitude bottle of Perunaand it soon drive it
Results.
will do away with the overseers for ation from state and private banks and the cine. out of my system.
r I A few bottles Peruna cure chronic
It is therefore that
Bankers Trust Co. and Savings bank. a great triumph
+- s ( each team, as mentioned by our contemporarybywhichmeansthe'great- / 27th count; for making false report May 20, Peruna has the unqualified endorse- malady of many years standing and it is Despaired of Being Cured.

, 1907, as to the amount of money due this bank ment of so many men in official posi- almost impossible to repress the natural "For several years I was not entirely
feelings of gratitude which spring up. welland despaired of ever being cured
,
est amount of work can be done at at the close of business. tion.
f I 28th count;a similar entry. Scores of public officials of national' Catarrh of Head and ThroatMr. as I had used numerous remedies that

the least expense to the county. 29th count;a similar entry. reputation have enthusiastically declared .Joseph Reiss, 3121 N. 11th street, my friends advised. I doctored for two"

When the funds of that district have 30th count; nuking a false report of moneyat in favor of Feruna in public St. Louis, Mo.,writes: years without any improvement.

been thus expended, the teams can the close of business.31st print over and over again.A "I had catarrh of the head and throat, A Last Resort
Fact. but through the use of five bottles of "As last resort I tried Pernna
Startling a and
for false and false
count same entry report
a be used in another road district,etc., ; Peruna and two bottles of Manalm 1
of business. There is no way to account for such a am pleased to say that in a short time

and after the annual budget of all 3-nd ivunt; false report as to assets startling fact as this except that Peruna was"1 cured.think that Pernna is the best tonic I was completely cured."I .

4.. 'of districts is exhausted the mules can 33rd count; same false report as to assets. has extraordinary unusual merit. that I have ever used and 1 would advise have not been troubled for over a
After all, people high and low are catarrhal I am pleased to endorse Peruna
all sufferers
31th count; false report as to amount of to use year.
be disposed of if it is deemed
easily
i.: money with reserve az< nt35th constituted very much alike. Peruna." as it saved me a wood t>f ..urr .. r i_ "

.r \ 'd better to do so than to keep them over count, same as charge preretliug

r: ? until another year. Let's all of us 36th count; a similar charge Call for Public Meeting I dition. I tried Ballard! Horehound Syrup I John Wbita & Co.
l and have not had a sick day since Tha's '
L the discussion 37th count; a similar charge LOUISVLLE KY. ,.t: t
'v be a little charitable in To the Enterprising Citizens of Brevard Co what it did forme" gold bvTitusviHe :
_& 3Hh count;a ile report regarding assets. I I UW of good road plans until the present As members of the advisory boardof Pharmacy and Banner Drug More. wised....r\.. pie '>1' i' jl"i_
'f 3nh count;a similar false report regardingassets. the Florida Mid-Winter I Jo&Ioo rem"
'- has been tried and either proved I rp't.At
; one \ tional and State exposition Interna-I For a mild easy action of the bowels a I FURS t -
"=; excellent or found wanting. 4< th count;a similar false report regarding exposition is to open in single dose of Doans Kepulcts is enough I z.nd tilJe ti'ni'

It.. assets. I January 15th, 1908, and continue till I Treatment cures habitual constipation. 25 I 1f-'II. .=-.;';. .
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'- -(, list (count;a false report made to deceive rents a IIOX.kour druggist 1 ; for them. I t ;; ;
a'. .tk" Pineapple Growers' MeetingAt the din\ ..rs. April 15th, and afterwards be a per- -
42nd count: another fal-e report as to assets manent midwinter exposition for
the meeting of the Indian River at lose of business florida[ the undersigned membersof I

& Lake Worth Pineapple growers association the advisory board for Bre\ard r--r-;-C'Yy0"'"(""'r"t-"" f'f"Y'"f"J.: .,. r.J"" a"'{ ,
.. at Jensen Wednesday of The following statement from Mr \V M county, respectfully recommend that I I. Ln.r.r.risesw..AriserJ.uwra.l..ur.J.r .....t..s1rLi
I .. Brown has been is>u">d for publication: the citizens Brevard county should i
; E. P. Por-
last week, General Agent
.. To the Public The UniUd Mates gnnljury get together at the board of trade
cher read his annual report and same having indicted me on n'1mrfOUH"uuuti rooms, Cocoa, Saturday, the 7th of i I i SCHOOLBOOKS :

: was thoroughly discussed, especiallythat for roiiapplication the funds of the Fort December, at one o'clock p. m., to t 1 .

part pertaining to the f. o. b. O..l1li National bnk I a-vc: the public, as an consider the advisability of having a !

I. method of shipment which proved a art of jn>>tuT to me. to suspend all opinion ">n first class county exhibit at the :MidWinter I
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-::.: the merits of my ease until the facts are laid exposition, and devising ways I l lI
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splendid success. IK.fne the trial jury and both sides heard It I and means for the same; if thought ;

The association shipped over60COJ is not geiie-aily kujwu thAt a graoiljury I best, to recommend to the county

i! crates, for which the net p>ice, in- hears but one side of 1& case and ,.oni;,utly commissioners that they appoint a I

:- ..j v eluding all sizes and culls,and those no opportunity wasguen me of pn-tutm county commission to get up, install, : I AND SUPPLIES I
tbeotlitTsi'It-. and take care of such an exhibit, and
thrown $1.59.
was
away,
: Win the case H tried I feel confident it make a moderate appropriation to
C the of the entire I
Taking average I, will tie shown that nn crime hi beon etiun- pay Its necessary expenses.A .

I ; shipment on the basis adopted by the muted by me-: that none wf the funds of the space of -120 square feet in the 1 Wholesale and Retail 1

1'. qommitsion men, viz: ten per cent. of bank hu !Vtn nn-ipp,ie.l bv m and list main building, a good location next ,
the the hank was i.erfI!> s..I"t'lIt"h"11 it Was to that of Orange county has been reserved Fiii' 1
in net
42s only was
;
a car, average Mail Orders
closed L'ntilail f..ets lii\nvn dialed I to be held for us until December Promptly Filled [\
slightly over $2.00()( and it was found
.
: fteltlut I 3 in t'uit.1: to the public rfser\ 10th then we must give it up to

that the association pines were all lug all opinion and n >t 1'rwiitil the fat some other county, unless we send f-i! THE I H. & W. B. DREW CO. 11j
'\ sold on an average of -to cents a crate of the indictment*o p J.idiw:my Oil, a::d>ns t notice that we will l be on hand with

I higher than those sold outside of the me. \\1LLI\MM: fEO\. our exhibit. God willing.A . j
association.Out- The nnilerMsnetl atoraeys! for Mr \\'illi:inM large blue 1 print, snowing this reserved t1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. l
Crown feeling that he tutitle.1 M that space and all information
of ;32,000 crate, summer crop ufn ..i..,. ..f JHIuii "I'Hli"III1" '0 tin iii'.rlts needed, including estimates of cost -"' ;!:T, ."':" .. -;:
> : .. .SZZLIS
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j jj. .
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of Ins en-e whit h requests ill the foregoing t..t.'J" J'r. J.-: -.r. -.J.; J
handled, about 21,000ere( its and of exhibit will be readat the meet
heartily unite in th 1..I"t..t m.d10) himallli
43s, which if bought buyers direct trust that the public gtnenlly will awaIt ing.
: the ronliuion of the taming trial before Everybody hustle for this meeting
from the of 42o
percentage
.
growers, forming or eSJ.rt'S-in any <>j>uu >un :and show that we want to settle up
would have been limited to 5,200 (; M i; inri\s
Brevard and not let it settle
county,
,\L :\, *>T, CLIRARRAMAUorncvs ".
crates with no 48s or smaller sizes,'a fur \\m, M. Brown. down. R. A. C XKLlXG.

.i fact that speaks volumes in favor of Miami. Xov 2>i, ltrt7.Wonderful\ W. H. SHARPE,

:.-- r. the association. H. S. WILLIAM, IT FAIR
Eczema Cure E. B. WAGER.
1' 't The meeting was a success in every
Members of the Board
Advisory
"Our little IKIV had eczema for tire
, i' way, and many men who have held! yeais," writes X \. Adams, Henrietta, for Brevard County.
aloof from the association: heretofore Pa. "Two of our home doctors said the To expect our local merchants to carry a full stock of goods
Always Was Sick and be prepared to sell you a few pounds of flour necktie
case! was hopeless, Ins lungs Rein,; atfext a or a
came to the meeting and were so well ed.Ve then etnplojeil other doctors, When a man says lie always was sick.- few pieces of lumber for your conveniences, and then when you

satisfied of the plan that they announced but no benefit r -ult.t.'ft. By chance we troubled with a rough that lasted all winter want a barrel of flour, a suit of clothes or a carload of lumber to
their determination to work read al ont Electric Bitter; bought a hoi- -what would you think if he should send off for it?
/3 .. tie and(oon notuvil improvement. We saj---hene\er was sick since using Bal-
with the association in the future. continued this iiitHhcine until several !' lard's Ilorehonnd S\ rup. Such a man When your town needs help, or a subscription for charity i is

There will be a directors' meeting I bottles were used, when our boy wa. exists. wanted, do you send to those merchants away from home and
k called shortly to make plans for the completely cared." Best of all blood Mr J. C. Clark, Denver Colorado, ask for it? If not, WHY? Suppose you do pay slightly more
I I medicines and body building health writes: "For years 1 was troubled witha for your goods at home, you get it back. Your local
next season, which will probably be i tonics Guaranteed at Titn!'ville Pharmacy mere cough that wonld Ian all winter. helps taxes and aids in local merchant
{ similar to plans followed this season. and Banner Drug Store. ;()c.'J This cough left me in a miserable con- pay every cause.


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,1 NG' OPT CONVENTION have no opposition. Mr. Barco said "It is not to attend the drainage

'W.fIfrj. he might later on. conference alone that the governor

!: G:'In Express Their Intention of Senator ,Jackson stated that he goes to Baltimore, but he has an appointment -
$ : wanted the I IlwwINARDWAREI
: position of railway com- with the commissioner of .

'. 'is 1'; Running For Office missioner. He was dignified in the I agriculture, wh .is very much inter-

_.._from, the Polk County Record. presentation of his wish and seemedto ested in the drainage operations in
;;r,.- iiI -
-- ? '1 The coming out convention was a have made good impression.Next Florida. The general governmenthas r .

r 'fir.'w y> and all credit is due the aspirant for the position was ,undertaken a survev of the Florida -
ig': success, Hon.
Mr. Dunn. Mr.Dunn had a prepared Everglades. A beginning was Pritchard & Son
; !/ 'F. E. Harris for suggesting it. It
speech which was able and indicated made last winter and a corps will be

i ', :" was an original idea which resulted in that he was master of his subject as returned to the glades the coming "
Handle the Finest Lines of :;
_,: bringing together nearly all of the he has served six years as secretaryof winter. The forces of the govern- .

." r aspirants for the state positions. the commission. He is at the pres- ment are working in conjunction with Heavy and Shelf HardwareOur .

a ." Chairman Harris presided with dig ent time one of the best equippedmen the state in this enterprise,which has :

nity and made a splendid speech be- for the place. Mr. Jules, Salo- been so long neglected. The two

fore he,introduced Mayor Izler. The monson then spoke for twenty min- dredges, Everglade and Okeechobee, Stock of

mayor captured,the audience by his utes in advocacy of claims and electrified are at work in the glades daily, and -

wit'and humor, and received great the audience by his happy hits. during the past month made the best Guns and Snorting Goods y

applause at the conclusion of hisI Mr. Salomonson made a good impres- record in the removal of material:yet

:;s.' speech. The chairman then introduced sion and is in the race to win or loseas made, showing conclusively that the is complete at all times .

the be. calculations of the and the
case may governor
"
Governor Broward t
=:: ; who, for
Hon.H.Clay Crawford being introduced state chemist, Captain Rose, who is
::' forty minutes, claimed the closest at
I :.: tention said he was no orator, but a drainage expert were not fancifulor
,of all present. His speech Paints and Oils of
would simply that he So far it has Qualityone
: ,-' was logical and eloquent from begin- announce was a I misplaced. as progressed

j candidate for re-election to the officeof the drainage of the glades is
': : ning. to the end. But, ..he always : of our Specialties
tf.'meets every requirement. Everyone secretary of state. This closed in every way successful, and if the .

":', the ceremonies until after dinner. governor who follows Broward in of-
applauded heartily when the gov-
Afternoon the honorable Jefferson fice is favorable in the project the
.- ernor finished. Every one who i. Quotations for large or small orders will
Browne was introduced and read an completion of his term will witness
unprejudiced admits the worth of be
able speech, and made a very good the reclamation of the drainage dis given personal attention. Mail Orders
: : \ N. B. Broward. We predict that he impression.Then trict. solicited and promptly filled

will be rewarded by the people with
came General Albert W. Gil- "The national view of the drainage
the highest position that the state TITUSVILLE
christ. He was in a happy; vein and question, which is the view arrivedat FLORIDAWHHlwmmMWHNHNM i
can confer when he has finished his
by his humor elicited much laughterand in congress, is favorable to drain- : I
,;; term as governor. .
applause.By age of the government lands, and it
Col. G. C. Martin, of Brooksville,
G. G. Mathews is held to be just much -
-- request repre- as a govern-
spoke for Judges Hocker and Shack-
sented Hon. JohnN. C.Stockton and ment function to drain the swamp Weekly Weather Report. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
leford and made a fine impression.He .
in ten minutes announced that Mr. and overflowed lands as it is to irri- JcprTEK, FLA., Xov. 26. 1907.
named two good men who will
Stockton would be a candidate. He gate the arid lands of the west. Comparative statement of temperaturesand G. F.DUREN.Agent,
doubtless haveno opposition. rainfall for the week ending Tuesday.
then paid a just tribute to the candidate "It may be a surprising statementto 1907 1906
Mr. Mclin commissioner of agri-
: of his choice, and the magic of many that in the United States DATE. MAX. MIV. MIX. MIT Florida and
culture, was introduced and made a Nov 20 SO 74 SO 74 _
Stockton's name was applauded. We there are more than eighty million 21. 79 72 82 10 1 / :
strong speech, which was well re- -
feel that we had the honor of announcing acres of swamp and overflowed lands.If "" 22. 80 73 82 65 WesternMeats
'ceived, if we can judge by the ap- 23. 79 70 82 74 I
the name of the next governor this area- were reclaimed and divided 21. 82 6.) SI 73
he received at its conclusion.
plause
.,
25 80 6i 78 70
: of Florida.At into forty-acre farms there t
; The chairman rising, passed his eye 2fi. 75 fe4 79 71
the court house at night,GeorgeG. would be two million farms. If these Total rainfall for the week Tfi inches.
k over the crowd and asked if there Ili
Departure rainfall for the week minus .22 s
Mathews announced Mr. Tram- farms were populated with familiesof inches. of all Kin
were any others who would contest S'A
I mell and told the true story of his five members each and they spent Departure rainfall.since Jan. 1st, minus
with Mr. McLin for the position 8.94 inches.
holds. For life a story which, if made known to an average of $600 annually this H. P. P.HAKDI ITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
which he now just a moment I
,every voter of the state, he will be would mean and expenditure of $100,000,000 ,- Official in Charge. II E
there seemed to be a clear field,
elected; by the greatest majority > and if the value
it looked like Mr. McLin would haveno ever crop My Best Friend TIME IS MONEY
,given to any candidate in Florida. from this area amounted to as muchas
opposition. But that thought Alexander Benton, who lives on Rural
"Senator Beard then took the floor $25 an acre it would mean an income
i died when the Hon. Joe Knight, of Route 1, Fort Edward, N Y., says "Dr. .
and made a grand speech. Mr. Beardis : of $2,000,000,000: annually. ing's New Discovery is my best earthly
Citrus county, was seen in the act of friend. It cured me of asthma six rears a
; a logical speaker, and reasons well. Figures are not interesting, but it is I
unbuttoning his over-coat and at the ago. h has also preformed a wonderful
He was much applauded. well to bear in mind that of the total cure of incipient (consumption:' for my
time moving toward the plat-
same
Then came Mr. T. J. Laud Brown area of lands to be drained that Flor- eon's wife. The first bottle ended the
form. Yes, he was coming. He had terrible cough, and this accomplished,
who said that Mr.Beard was playingto ida has three million acresand that
the other left In'
found his heart and it ujrged him on. symptoms one one, mi
the galleries, that his fighting corporations this territory is even now being reclaimed tilshe was perfectly well. Dr. King's
He had made his mind that he
up and whiskey did not accord and will be added to the New Discover'a power over coughs and .r.
'_ might later on announce, during all colds is simply marve1ou No other
this time Mr. Kilgore was looking with his record in the senate, to taxable values of the state if Brow- remedy has ever equaled it. FollY:11aran-

.W. which Mr. Beard demurred. Mr. i ard's successor is of the same mind teed bv Titu \ille Pharmacv and Banner
while
surprised, he was trying to [ruZ tore oOc and $1.00. Trial bottle
i Brown came in for his share of ap that he hasRECIPE ,
make up his mind. Mr. Knight, as free
plause.At .
he spoke, was unconscious of Mr.Kilgore's AS REPEATEDBY
4:30 a banquet was given at the
-'y ambition. Mr. Knight This is just as true in regard to SewisMachines
Ocala House, 200 people sat at the BOBBINS as anything elaf,
READER'S
said at the conclusion of his speech REQUEST
various tables. The dining room was By using Long Shuttle Machines, aonuttec*
that he might become a candidate by GRAHAM bow well made,you are tually throwing; ),

the first of the year, and as he sat beautified by the artistic arrange- Druggists Hear Much Praise for This away 3 hours out of every st vcn. f
ment of palms, flowers and foliage of co.,
down the portly form of Brother Kil THE STANDARD ROTARY MIUTTLEfchWING t
Simple Home-Hade Mixture
kind that would add beauty to MACHINE
every (Incorporated. Paid np Capitai $25.000.r(1
gore was seen to rise,wearing a smilethatwouldn't
the scene. The tables were a creditto Sine remarkable tories are being tnlibont < This company own landsin Will make 3.VI stitches ill the same time Lou;::
come off.lr.. Kilgore town and the Shuttle Mar hi tH-s make only JiK
Mr. Maloney. Toasts were responded ; among country jHojtltinning the Indian Hirer (011t1-
l made a good impression, and was in of this simple homy made mix I try,on the *"t, Lncielluer, The Standard Rotary Principal is moet sti- a
to by Mr. Sparkman and ntifically cornet which fact has been proven
Hire curing rheumatism and kidney Iron ; p
quite humorous in his remarks. He at Sew River, and on Dicavnc *- by 25 years of Mircvvifal use in all parts of the-
Governor Broward ably. The Me Here is the recipe and directions for
Kav. !
very world and
I I'I our competitors continuously
said looking at Mr. Knight, he did
taking Mix by shaking well in a bottle trying to copy it without THE
not see why Mr. Knight should want governor was especially very interesting one-half onnce fluid extract dandelion, PRICES TO SUIT TI!TIMES; *, I sT.\ IHrn: OK\ND ROTARY success. TIIKWORLDS

by his wit and humor he one ounce compound kargon,three ounces Send for laud list. BEST SLING: )1.CIJIrilis twv "
that place, that n? should have selected compound sar-apanlla. Take machines in one-Lmkand Chain Stitch-
4 caused much laughter. As the writer syrup as a OFFICE*AT .
some other position and left dose,one tea-pooi-fti after meal and at Jail[ Hearing t..n.I-Mraight Automatic Lift.
was compelled to catch the train lifetime.i i TITI>ILLS *A D 1I.UlI. f[>o not fail to investigate the merits of the
that field for him. Mr Kilgore was Fastest, Most haziest
Silent :
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he did not hear the others speak. change reed l he mule in jour usual most durablewins Marline made, TItE'TANiARURTARY. }

vigorously applauded. He, too, had The Record tenders its 'congratulations diet, lint drink plenty: of good w it.r. 0.: A STEWART "A demonstration**

"- not fully mace up his mind. It is This mixture, writes; one authority in a I a rev elit ion,"* Writ.r..q'r and Easy Payment t
to the people of Ocala. But leading Philadelphia newspaper. has a Plan Guaranteed N-win Mai.hirra.

like holding the sword of Damocles we know from experience that Ocala l>Miiliar tonic effect upon the kidneys; I: 1.2.00 up p .

over the commissioner's shoulders. ,.!ear!'ing the closed up j oreuof the, lini- FIRE The Standard Sewing Machine Co.,

They should speak out and have no never fails to do things right. May mauve tls..ue, foniiu the kidneys to sift o" S..Rnad Sttlanta, (,a.

she continue to grow until her popu- and strain from the blood the uric acid The Standard Sewing Machfne ;

suspense.Mr. lation has reached the 50,000 mark. and other p,.(, .aoue waste matter o\er Insurance is sold by the Indian River

Holloway responded to the C)lining rJwU:11atio:11. biai1!.!'er and urinary Music House, Titusville 1
trouble in -l.Oit while
call and made a speech full of good NO EXTRA SESSION YET .\ New York .trn\gi-!: who has had hundred TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI -_ .

; sense and suggested some important of calls, f>r these irgeFlients mice

changes that could be made for the Governor Broward Intent on the the first ar innr,C"t if lit m the IJt'w'pallt"r:< represent some of the leading spend a tpaIfllour
laM O.tolurtit:tl that the -ople who
Subject of DrainageThe companies of the world and any
the schools. The
of "
betterment ap- "
once try it :"w 'irb\ it, rl|>ecialltho:-e entrusted will [
business to me receive ,
plause he received indicated that he rumor that the extra session of who have urinary and kidney tronMe! andcareful attention

the Florida legislature would be call- and sntrer with rheiiinati-m prompt
; has a good hold on the people.
The d.Hrjist i in tin lit uhborhood say
Harris asked if ed for the 2nd of December ha been "
When Chairman they ran!o'l1pl'ly tlVingrtihi'its, \\iuctiaiei

; there were any others who wished to sent glimmering b> Governor Brow ... ::h. mixed at home There i l'il1d tobe 1 f''
tt! py j lr
ard attending the National Drain- no In-tter blood cWn'in; agent; or systern :
announce for state superintendent, : tonic knownanl
Mr. Sheets came forward and, after age congress being held at Baltimore more harmless! or simple to IIH-

addressing the chair,said if any other this week. The governor made a

good man would run that he would speech before that body on Wednesday Fifteen billion dollars represents '
: annual value of manufactures
I the in
not enter the race, that he had tried on the drainage of the Ever- I the United States. looking over the HENRY BOSCH COMPANY -

J I to get Professor Cam or Professor glades.It --- Say.Ma,If Ilire will Iteasblga 1t00'0e assou: .WALL PAPER sample it your ))
\es. my child if you don use own h me-mittinr comfortably hi your
Compton to run, but as they had not !may be regarded as certain that Biliousness and ConstipationFor MAGIC WHITE SOAP.Rub easy churl You can make a better K:cct';'a.
that than ty ransacking the ater**
seen fit to do that, he would enter the governor would not be absent and years o n I ti wa>ation troubled. which t with male biliousne.s : lift'rni't'rbt. Maic on soiled parts, leave them in Yo. way HO U>. whole lm.-the very latest '

the unless some one else did. from the capital the week before he .. for } Mv failed water one hour No boiling no asbboards; descns-th loveliest tints and nthr
race me appetite| no backache if you use MAGIC WHITE color effects,including imported pctttna. t
Mr. Sheets was bitter at times in his expected to have an extra session of me. I lo-t lily n-nal force and \italitv SOAP, Will iron easy as magic:has no rosin Everything rood in wail paper IB tie ,
a preparations and citlurtic-nnl\ like in yellow I'oap. Get your grocer to order Bosch ling 1
Pepsin t:
remarks which is to be regretted. the legislature on his hands,and since or send us |l fo for I box of loo 5t:. cakes. .
made matter WOP I do not know whereI We pay for f-cishu SaTe the It'. economy. tor ret the Jeweet
;4 After Mr. Sheets Mr. A.C. Croom, the proclamation has not vet been issued should' have been today had I not tried' wrappers New YorkX3iicair prices I
Will call with Bo the comptroller, was introduced and and since it will be issued in Chambtrlnin's Stomach and Liver Tab MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld hour you name. Look 1
lets. The tablet relieve the ill feehn. them to beart'a content
: orvr your
spoke in such a manner as to win his the event of an extra session; at least atonce, trentthenthedige tnefunttionshelpinif New Orleans, La. -not the least obligation to .
bay It's our war of ndrer-
way into the hearts of most of the ten days before the convening of the the system to do its work, natural- tat the B be down in |Iv -MRS. Ros POTTS, Btrnimgham. Ala. Notice
Mr. Croom is the best type session, it may now set
people. These tablets are for pale hr Tito MlIe Notice
is hereby given that the business of
of the old southern gentleman and the pipe of the prophets, for slow Pharmacy and Banner Drug btore. the Idle T T Wetmore known as the Indian V. W. ELDREDThe

r the best comptroller that smoking, that the extra session will River Ice Factory will be continued under
made
has Heavy impure blood makes a muddy the management of the undersigned All accounts -
the state of Florida has ever had. As hardly be called, if at all, before the pimply complexion headaches. nausea, indi- due to the estate are payable to me, Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator

announced for his next calendar year begins.A gestion. Thin blood makes you weak pale, and I assume all liabilities
none have yet position sickly. Burdock Blood Bitters makes the Lucy M WETMOBE.
we sincerely hope thathe may Tallahassee correspondent says: blood rich, red pure-restores perfect health. Executrix of the Estate of T.T. \\etmore. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAs












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b= t THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1907

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Thanksgiving Proclamation. ed Buffalo thousands of people lin-
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..;. BEST FOR THEBOWELS while he u
f ', tag the streets was escorted !
Broward has issued his Thanksgiving -
: by a score of policemen and sixty
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t. day proclamation as follows: automobiles through: the east side to Where the

A The president of the United States of his hotel. There he made a speech to Gay ,w 11 r

America having by proclamation designated If yon hsen'taregnlubeafby movement of the he assembled crowd and later lecturedto
bowels eTer7dl.7011'relUol'wIU be. Keep 11'
Thursday, !November 28, 1907, :jewels open and be well. Force In the shape you of the Y. M. C. A.11 along the old
violent physic or pill 'OIIOD,It daocerons. The tate road the walker was cheered by Door OpensConstantly
as a national day of Thanksgiving; smoothest,cutest most perfect way of keeping t
the bowdlc elear and clean Is to take crowds of people who turned out as if .
,now, therefore pursuant to established :
J. ocut>;
CANDYCATHARTIC It were the coming of a circus. He had
custom I, Napoleon B. Broward, governor
hen completed CSO miles of his jour
_a' of the state of Florida, do hereby ney. At Fredonia N. Y.. where he lived I.

designate and appoint said day as at, one time many old friends greeted
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Thanksgiving day, and do earnestly re- him.Reform. You can quickly heat and keep

"',,' quest that it be so observed throughout Spelling ct Columbia. 11 4 cozy the draughty hall or cold room

the state. The trustees and the University no matter what the weather conditions

The past year has been one of peace Press of Columbia university voted are-and if you only knew how much

a- and, prosperity. 'Both our nation and Nov. 13 to adopt the rules of sir"II l, o real comfort you can have from a
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY lug advocated bv the simplified spelling -
our state have made steady progress. Pleasant. Palatable Potent Taste Good. Do -QC, f);(..)"0ti P
board or at least 230 of tine 300 reformed
"We as a people, have trodden the Good Never Slr eu.Weaken or Gripe; 10,2S and );tLZL
to cents per box. Write for tree sample and book spellings. this being the number -
paths of peace, and it has been our lot let on health. Address 433 favored In the Century dictionrry.Man PERFECTION
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.
to abide within the realm of plenty

.!' Our commerce has -steadily expanded, KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEMSOCIOLOGICAL Match, Gasoline and Launc t. U

: 4 and each rising sun has found us a The Sanford correspondent of th r U Oil Heater

the realization of that ideal
-- ,step nearer TImes-Union says: Monday morning

commonwealth of which true statesmen t 1 about 1 o'clock, as Frank Cordella, an Equipped with Smokeless Devkt)

w in all ages 'have dreamed, and in italian fisherman, was entering one of

} the hope ,of attaining which our forefathers Temperance Women Encouraged.The the boats of the Florida Fish and Produce you wouldn't be without one another hour. Turn the wick as highor

staked all that life held precious low pleasethere's'no danger-no smoke-no smell
as as
t recent progress of the temperance Company, a lantern in hand, the ,you
and life itself in the fickle direct intense heat-that's because of the smokeless device.
even movement, especially in the south, boat suddenly took fire from the Ian -just

k lottery of revolution and rebellion. was the theme of the opening addressof tern, being filled with gas. The unfortunate Beautilully finished in nickel and japan ornamental -

-' Our harvest has fulfilled the roseate Mrs. 1... M. N. Stevens, president of man was soon covered in the anywhere. The brass iont

1 promise of the seedtime; our fields the Women's Christian Temperance flames ,and leaped into the water, by ing heat for 9 hours. It is light in weight-easilp p

have yielded abundantly of sheaf and union. at its recent annual conventionat which act he undoubtedly saved his carried horn room to room. Every heater warranted.

fleece; our orchards have come to glad Nashville, Tenn. Each triumph life. As it was he burned
was badly meets the need of the
gained over the liquor traffic in one TRd O Lamp
and bountiful fruition; while forest, about the neck, head and face also his
section, she said, was of national value student-a Lngh..
<< mine and ocean have helped to swell i body. read
and the 600 delegates cheered wild steady light-ideal to or

,- the industrial resources of a happy,and : ly the proposal to carry the fight into Others hearing the report of exploding study by. Made of brass-nickel plated, latest improved -

tcontented ,people. Our cities have the entire north next year. gasoline, and seeing the flames, central draft burner. Every lamp warranted.II .

grown in size and magnificence; our Roosevelt Peace Foundation. rushed to the scene. Cordelia was your dealer does not carry Perfection Oil Heater

i; harbors have been deepened and Im- The first assembling of the committee taken out of the water, and every effort and Rayo Lamp write our nearest agency.8TANDARDOILCOMPANY.

proved; our institutions of learning authorized by congress to receive was made to stay the flames, but L
and the fund de (I ,
have been instances where hope has manage prize peace they were not stopped until one boat.
\"oteIJy its winner President Roosevelt -
power for good; wise and equitable the Harney, was burned, the sides of
to tbe promotion of industrial ,
ti laws have been enacted; honest toil peace l occurred at Washington on the the Skipper Jack being burned, and _

has received its well-deserved reward; Hh.! Only four of the seven trustees the Chloris being badly scorched. This

!j e; and all things seem to have conspired were I'rf>Scnt. Chief Justice Fuller. Secretaries last one was taken out of imminen

tf. together for our. good. No pestilence Wilson and Straus and former danger by Jim Harris who displayed e

has left'its blot the past. No war- Major Seth Low of _
upon
great courage and daring, as he was in I
R= -4 clouds mar our vision of the future. New 'York. John danger of being blown to atoms by the

Great opportunities lie all around us, a.xi,,+nf: Si' Mitchell was pre explosion of gasoline.On 1 :
: \
e and spring into existence i vetitedfromattendIll t\\ ill
greater ones
ILS / account of the Harney was a five-gallon can !

: at the birth of each new day. True er s illness.: The other of gasoline, which exploded, the flame

a it is that misfortune has befallen some a, > absentees were shooting up perhaps 200 feet into the

of our citizens. There are, and ever Thomas G. Bush air.

; have been, instances where hope has :u:d Marvin Ilugh- The Italian had about $50 in cash in

i ; }s proved elusive and promise has been .. "> itt The trustees his coat pocket which was burned. F, 1

absortive. Into the lives of.some theY had been empowered The burned boat had been loaded with

e': iron of sorrow has entered like a pitiless to select a ( 1 y
Seth Low corn inIttee. with supplies for a trip up the river, and all

sword-thrust, and the idols of three to represent capital three for labor was a total loss.

it.' : many hearts have been shattered in and three from the general public. The burned boat and those damagedby

spite of all that boundless love and undying Archbishop Ireliud. Manus M. Marks fire were the property of the Florida -

t' devotion could interpose. These and Ralph M. Easley were there to rep- Fish and Produce Company, C. R.

;; 'are the minor chords in the music of resent the public. Samuel Comper" Walker, manager. The damage i& probably -
f Daniel J. Keefe: and Warren S. Stone
i our thanksgiving, but let us hope that $1,500.
for labor but no member to represent
i in the fullness and harmony of life'sglorious
capital was present II II. Gary had
symphony of praise each win: The State's Finances.
declined to serve, and in his place the
a find its place. Even these misfortunes trustees named Franklin MacVeagb; of The monthly report of lIon. W. V. /r ilA AL n g *E- -_

4 are not without accompanying Chicago.; The other two employers, are Knott. state treasurer filed with tu. ,

blessings. Adversity discovers to us G. G Jordan. the cotton manufacturerof governor, shows balances in the tress'

L new friends, and sorrow brings to our Columbus Ga., and Lucius Tuttle. rry to the credit of the several state
president of the Boston and Maine.
aid true comrades whom we had hitherto and educational funds at the close of
Seth
Low
s was chosen chairman and
4 regarded as disinterested strang business. October :31. 1907 follows
Labor Commissioner Neill acted as secretary as :

r ers. The true man or woman grows in the absence of John Mitchell.It General revenue fund .$ lZ..I3:>.53 4A1JANbti

t : better under the chastisement of grief; was decided to ask congress to authorize Pension tax fund . 243,714,23: A

c, failure points the way to success, and the trustees and the committeeto State board of health fund. 9.108,00; S

r :: sorrow leads to a nobler, higher life act as one body. Principal of school fund -I.."G.O, _

; 'f" Whatever else may be said, there are Interest of school fund. 17.49219 &
Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer,
none who can gainsay that good has Principal of seminary fund. 194.o;
Greatest Blood Purifier Free
outweighed evil; that there have been Hire of state convict fund 73,3Go.3S: ;; 1

'" more smiles than tears; that the sun If your blood is impure, thin, disrta-ed, Indian war claims fund ,000.00 For sale the
,' has shone oftener than it has been hot or full of humors, if you have bloo by
.. carbuncle Drainage tax fund . 4/JSO..T: ;
poi nn, cancer, eating sores.
: obscured that
j ; and conscientious effort rrolula, eczema, itching, risings alo.1 Agricultural college fund t.12'JI i
?{ for good has been rewarded oftener kill !Imne INDIAN RIVER
i bump, fccabby, pimply puns: White college Mornll fund 14.705.50
f '- than it has been disappointed. catarrh, rheumatism, or anv blood or '
Colored college )loITi 1 fund 11,190.15;
skin disease: take Botanic Blood Balm
For all this good which has fallen to
tL} (B B B.) Soon all sores heal I, ache Interest of seminary fund 1.9S.JO:
our lot, and for all the inspiring proni and pains top, and the hlood is matte Hatch experiment station MUSIC HOUSE,

ise with which the future lures us on i.nre and ruh Drusrjiists or by expro- fund . . . ::1,1x4.5; ;
to new conquests and net b'essings. 1 $1 per lar,e little :Sample fire 1 bv untij.fi .
lo"ln"lm Co., Atlanta, Ga. P. B. \ stationfund. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
that
earnestly recommend Thanksgiving
.. on It. is especially advised for chrunic. ,WpM ;
,
day our citizens attain from 'ited raj**, as it cures after all elsetails.! Experiment station incidental -

their usual vocations and meeting; in -- fund . C:>.;>(
i their homes and accustomed or .
places norila female college Incid .

::. worship, ';i\e thanks te) ..llmisttG4N1! r MISCELLANEOUS: .1 ntal funJ . . :3.279.1C' -I-IT1E
for;. 'his many mercies and blessings
University: of Florida Incidental

conferred upon us. Wrest:ing In White House. fund . . 5.1.:!G "
: In testimony whereof. I have hereunto .
Ani'ntion! !
of
wnMHut!
; was givenby Colored normal school contingent TOADZ MARK
set my hand an I ('.' .;el the GreaSeal IIitdl:: a:'i:|. r'hln"io of Jrknanti .
fur.1 . .. 10Ciind 1 ,
of the state to be affixed at .Talla Lis ::: :.s1lit5 ill tl!.. l.i,; ('.1". r<>,'n ,
Deaf and Dumb, incidental
hassee. the capital, this the 9th day of of the \vhiu' HOI* H. :'\0'". 11 i.i tin
fund . . :ssProcee.1 :!
November, A. D., 1907. pre-ei-ie "f t1! ( -f-iJent. several nit-u J1 A Work of Art J
l I.ers of the cabinet and MK.Hforo:;':1! > college property 1
(Great Seal) N. B. BROWARD.Gov .
r; ,I'iplod.'fc ur.t . . ._ 42 .
;fir' ernor. a ? 6 That is what your home can be i if 1con

By the attest: Dc-th: cf Ji.I. ,s McComss.Assof decorate it with Alabastine. For 'j

governor: i:.tt- Justice McTomas: of thiwrt Total . . .$M)7; .m,7' appropriateness is true art; and not :1
II CLAY CRAWFORD.Secretarj .
of :'px-.ls in thc District of O --- -- s only can you make jour home decorations :
of State. Ivulin anl rop'i> rly n senator from Don't Pay Alimony appropriate with Alabastine,
-- --- -- to 1..li"ct"l 1 from %f'ftr"pl.'ndix| Tin ff'
Maryland died at hw Washington homeNov but you can make them reflect your
LINGERING COLD ., will ,In* no OI.-i.?.. for it if voi kt't I' '
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10.8.orker own taste in a that is not
', way
pus-
your f.aelnemiar witU M>r, Kill;?
Barney Suicide yen sibl"! with any other form of wall covering.Alabastine .
;;-. a lafe l'ilis. Their :action J.- s" gentle!
Withstood Other Treatment But
Quickly Cured by Chamberlain's Chirles T. Barney who was force that the apP"JH1x; serer ba <..\II-f' to ,
make the I"l-t complaint t.naralltt'j
Remedy to rotinfrom the presidency of tlaMisjurti
; i Cough 'l 'd liniC'Kl'rJJl.wker: Trust coin l,vTitn vilie I'ham.arv and Buu.er Drug
"La!:t winter I ran<:htaery severe More. 2;>c Tri tnem.
puny of New York and who for
1 cold which lingered fur weeks" says.J.] many ------ The SanitaryWall Coating .
1 Urquhirt, of Zephvr Ontario. ")Iy years, had been a prominent figure; iu For Over Sixty Years n.e ,
I though was very dry and l harsh The 1 local many financial enterprises of the east Mrt: WIrI !.)\,!:!' So'tbing; vnip has: is superior in appearance in economy in durability and n. """WJ e....
;t dealer recommended Chamberlain'ss dli!. at his home in New York oH Been used for over sixty rears! by -iiillion unique more about in its, it wonderful on,all these sanitary,points properties.and we therefore You should extend know youa

= Cough Remedy and guaranteed it, so I from a pistol wound believed to have of mothers for their c'crnMrfn while tevtlmr. cordial invitation to visit our store see the Alabastine color
with perfetturn"-*. It 5Othes the charts and have the Alabastine stenciled designs (which you I
,.t4 gave it a trial. One small bottle of]i it been self inflicted. Mr Barney's counsel can use yourself) explained to you
onre.i me I believe Cham rlain's Cough states: that tbe financial embarrassment child, softens the gum, a'iavail pain, Ask to see the Book of :
Remedy to b; the best I have ever u ed," of his client cures wind colic and i< the Ut remt'lly Alabastine Prize Designs
was only temporaryand
for diarrhoea It will relieve the poor
This remedy is for sale" by Titusvill
that his assets would exceed the For Sale b'
Pharmacy and Banner Drug tore. little sufferer immediately Sold bv dru-.-

liabilities by over $2.000.0uO.: srfctsineverv part of the world. Twenty- EAST coaST LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY I ; :..
-( CAS .rORIA.Bean Buffalo Hails Weston. five cents a Iwttle. Be ue and ask for =.....-., 5.
Hare Atoays taught "Mrs.'Winsow's! Soothing: Syrup: ," and :
tee = -
Edward ====
Pay
cCJ' on Weston. continuing tvkrnooth"r k'ml.! Guaranteed under .....--.c=_....
Bigutnn his Portland-Chicago walk experience the food an.l drugs act, June 30th l:ItJ. THE PACKAGEr'i'q -:::.:..--

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