The Florida star ( July 3, 1908 )


Material Information

The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Physical Description:
S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
July 3, 1908


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )


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).
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:

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

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-p 1kI~ Im^g ain
.- J. L 0rrtae arrived from
SI esbmrd to spend a dayor
it b fat itr.
W L.K S. Wiley left for Atlanta
F eau afternoon where she will
qp ol ame time this summer among
last -
N rIly thrty boas are entered for
S them boat races tomorrow. This
Swil be the grand t eight ever sn
e mthe river.
Mr. Wm. Gary, who own a val-
F -U re grove in Rockledge,
in w i tows ueMay on is way to
I-me ast s pperty for a day or so.
Wr 'sa ctim o sale ast Satur-
dam -s abig a e He expects
,to sont-a e rm tomorrow night
Sm Il Saturday util stocks re-

real bower are interfering ome
urth n th work n the Rath-
m eatge but the concrete wall
wr eaemsibe omplead an then the
work well go
00 tMh "Glorioaus Forth" we wl
hr fit and better ice cream
and aeld drinks than anywhere else.
TheW t for the thirsty crowd togo

A e by arried las Thur day
mbm, the Uth ultimo, at the
alwof a Mr. and Mrs. D. B.
PiN ldinSouath TtuviMle. Moth-
er ad baby are both doing nicely.
Mias moi Gladwin went to Winter
Park Tmueday morning, where she
hal ieeepted the position of assistant
to the acting ponrater pending the
regular appoinitmwt vice the recent

Mr. E. L. Brady and his sister,
Miss Jopwiw Brady, left Tuesday
for Atlanta, where they will meet
Mr. Brady and Baby Lucile, who
havebee visiting with relatives in
Aabama. They expect to return
home in about two weeks' time.
Mr. W. N. Hendry, of Fort Pierce,
of the frm of Hendry & Penney, ar-
rived in Ttauville Tuesday to spend a
few days here, this being his former
ome, for a recreation from business
eUrs. Hendry & Penney are doing
a fue businee s at the county seat of
St. Lucie in gents' furnihings
We are going to reduce our stock
of new and popular music, such as
the latest twosteps, waltzes,etc.,
and will send five of these pieces,
take them as they come, for 55 cents,
which is one-fifth of the regular list
price, postae paid. Order quick for.
they won't last long. Indian River
Music House, Titusville.
For Rent
A small building suitable for'office
or shop. I. M. DoDSON.
For Sale
Fine cow and ealf. Inquire of
Fine Monday Offerings of Men's
Special prices in boys' and youths'
suits. Extra big reduction in men's
clothing, price makes no difference,
they must go.
Trunks and dresssuit cases at spec-
ial prices.
Titusville Fla.
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hickory hwuwolr Free from white

fy. One year to two year old buds.
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Caeful-
l ked and deiveed atOak Hill
osttion. J. W. GI.-IS,
Shiloh, Fla.
S" Wood For Sale
Pime r oak, ay length. Alo plorw-
and lrmowing. See or addremaJ.
SJrarT-Me TItusvile, Fla.

::FMirth of July Suit::
How about a nice, cool two-piece
suit for this hot weather?
We have fte in sere, worsted,
mfannel, rmimee and ll t other
desirable fbric
You ought to get one. It would
make you twice as comfortable this
summer and you'll have the satisfae-
tion of feig and kwing tht
you're fashimona and appropriately
Latest dg =newest fabrics,
colors and paern Em prices,
SPM to $a f
Also let us fit you up in your shoes,
hats, shirts and cormplt outft, car-
ryin every item that men and boys
Mteleiton for ttji tti iil a
STitamle, Florida.
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Dr. Miler, Dentit, Titville.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Denham return-
ed home from Augusta, Ga., Satur-
day night.
Mrs. John Carlisle, of Fort Pierce,-
ishere this week on a visit to the
home folks and relatives.
Mrs Julius Kline expects to leave
Sunday for New York accompanied
by her daughter, Miss Leona. Mr.
Kline follows later.
Mrs. H. G. Utley and her mother,
Mrs. Percival, are contemplating a
trip to Baltimore for a couple of
months and may leave next week for
that city.
The latest in Victor records are
carried in stock by Indian River
Music House, Titusville. Send them
your orders and see how quick they
will fill them.
Twin calves were born to a cow be-
longing to Mrs. A. B. Yelvington, of
North Titusville one day last week.
This is of rare occurrence and ex-

Special Sale at line's
BK M 3ws m k BtI I
MONDAY, JULY 6, 1908.
Indian Head linen 44 inches wide
already shrunk, an excellent mater-
ial for ladies' skirts, special 19 cents
per yard.
Ladies' undervests with tape in
neck and armholes, Monday's special
12r cents each.
Allover embroideries, neat designs,
worth $1.50, special cents per yard.
Nainsooks in checks and stripes,
very stylish for shirt waists or dress-
es, special 25 cents per yard.
Corset cover eabroideries, 18 inch-
es wide, worth 75 cents, special 49
cents per yard.
White dotted swiss, worth 20 cents,
Monday only, 15 cents per yard.
China silk in all the lat shades,
special 59 cents per yard.
Readymade mosquito bars good
large size with tura.wer frame, spec-
$1.19 each.
Berkey's English long cloth, spec-
ial 12s cents per yard.
Ladies' nightgowns, made of a
good quality of -imnnook, handeme-
ly t. ammed with insertion and edg-
ingto math, special 99 cents.
Window shades in all colors, mount-
ed on Hartshorn rollers, 3 feet wide
and 7 feet long, worth 50 cents, spec-
ial 35cents each.
Ladie' umbrellas, 2inch, good
uaHity of gloria silk, oe han-
dles i $n*l 139 each.

II th am of S2,N.M cited the euri.ity of many. Chilen's velvet grip garters, us-
Mrs. J. N. Feaster mved from ually sell for 25 cents, special 19
Mrs.J.N. Feaster arrived from ents sp
In theshort spaeeof two hours' Miami Tuesday and isaspending some Ld le handkerchiefs,worth
time Sunday afternoon the upper time here with relatives before go- 121 cents, Monday's special 6 cents
story of Brpvard's jail and the whole ing to Alal a, where she will spend each.
of the sheriff's hme was in ruins the remainder of the summer. Black derskirts, made of a good
from aire quality of heatherbloom, with wide
f Mr. andMrs. T.Hall, of Injianola ruffle, special $.29 each.
Afew minutes before 5o'clock were in town Saturday and called at Mail orders promptly filled on any
smok was seen jamming from the Ta Aoffice. Mrs. Hall favored of the above goods.
roof of the sheri's ho ue and as us with several operatic selections on JuuLus KI E, Titusville.
soon as the alarm was given the roof the violin, which she played in a fin-
was ablaze with no means at hand ish and artistic manner, having State Convention Proposed
for fighting it. Plenty of help re- had the best of training and instruc- At the recent meeting of the Dem-
sponded and while the-fire was eat- tion in Germany. ocratic state executive committee for
ing its way over the roof attention on c ny teeut c itteefo
was directed toward saving the fur- The board of county commissioners canvassing the return of the second
nitureand everything that was possi- met in brief session Monday after- primary, the following, relative to
ble to remove from the interior of noon and passed an order authorizing the holding of a state convention,
the building was carried out. This Sheriff Brown to turn over six of the came up for discussion:
was most successfully accomplished county prisoners that had already The Hon. T. Albert Jennings, of
by ready hands who placed thegoods had sentence passed upon them to Pensacola. introduced a resolution
in the vacant lots across the street. the convict camp at Mims. The asking that a state convention be
The sheriff's home being a wooden other prisoners (five in number) were held regularly under the direction of
building and right up against the transferred to the St. Lucie county the state executive committee for
brick jail, the latter was soon in dan- jail at Fort Pierce Tuesday until the the purpose alone of nominating del-
ge and the prisoners, the sheriffs Brevard county jail is ready to re- gates to national conventions, nat-
records and a large safe in the jail ceive them. ional committeemen, presidential
were moved out in quick order. electors, and to adopt party plat-
Brave men fought the flames from Church Notes forms. The Hon F. T. Myers thought
the windows in the second floor of Dr. J. B. Hawk willhold the reg- that the proper method would be to
the jail building until they were fore- ular first Sunday service at City allow the incoming committee to
ed to retreat on account of the in- Point Sunday, July 5th, at 10:30 a. m. handle the matter. The Hon. W. L.
tense heat and smoke f and at Eau Gallie at 7:30 p. m. The Palmer, of Orlando, favored the res-
The fire caught under the tin roof subjects for discourse will be The Cit- solution, emphasizing the importance
of the jail building about the same izen of the Republic, A Plea for a of some method whereby delegates
time the window frames commenced Saner 4th of July. to national conventions should be in-
to burn, then it was a foregone con- Dr. J. B. Hawk has been invited structed. He, however, agreed that
elusion that the upper story would by the trusteesofthe chapel at Rock- the new committee was more compe-
be destroyed, ledge to preach there Sunday after- tent to ass on the matter. Mr.eJen-
The roof soon fell in on the second noon, July 5th. ning. who introduced the resolution.
said thitt Florida was the only state
floor, setting it afire and then the Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on i the Ui that did t hae state
debris fell through to the top of the Sunday, July 5th, at LaGrange at 11 n o nvenion or addnoy dave a party
steel cells and on the concrete ground a. m. and at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. Democratic principles. The Hon.
floor. Conference after night service. A.. Williams sad that he did not
The seond story< of. the* ai being A. T. Williams said that he did not 1
The second story of the jail being Services at the Methodist church think the old committee should dic-
two-brick walls they cracked and Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. tate to the new committee, and a
warped from the awful heat and fell There is a welcome for you. motion was made to lay the whole
outward, but the first story remain- matton the table, ad hen the
ed intact and sustained little or no For Sale matter on the table, and when the
question was brought to a vote the
damage except where the steel cell One fine, large, black horse, with resolution was tabled by a vote of
for females fell through from the buggy and harness. Horse perfectly i
second floor in the front part of the gentle and works to buggy and sad-i 19 to 13.
jail, which broke out one corner of de. Address Horse, Care STAR of- Boxes
the building. i a
The loss is variously estimated be- Bargains in Trees We can sell you Cummer orange
Boxes at all points between East Shi-
tween $20,000 and $25,000. The jail Fine lot 2-year old grapefruit buds, loh or Mims and W. Palm Beach, ex-
was built about twenty years ago at Marsh seedless and Standard, 30 cept Cocoa station, and will be pleased
a est then of about $10.000. More cents each, $25.00 per 100. ito make quotations also on wraps,
J.B. BEACH, and nails.
cells were added later and recently' J. B. BEACH, and nails.
cells were added later and recently West Palm Beach, Fla. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co.
considerable had been expended in
the way of flush closets, improved Saloons Must Go For Sale Cheap For Cash
sewerage, bath tubs, etc., for the, And with them the appetite fori About 88 acres of good high land on
le-Rlineam and sanitary welfare of drink. If you, your relative or friend; the east or ocean sideof the Indian river
the prisoners. 'wishes to be rid of drink or drug at the Narrows, described as follows:
Theesheriffs home wst about$2.7T-0 habit, write at once for confidential Lot No. 3, section 35, alsolotNo. 3, see-
eseifinformation tothoe branchof the orig- tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39
and was insured for $2,500. No in- nal Keeley Cibr Adc o ss east This lad is unimproved butfine-
inal Keeley C ure. Address* :y located. For further particulars ad-
iTHE KEELEY INbhrrui., dress fE M. Low.
OmCtimoed on pose 4 I Jacksonville, Fla. Broeton, Mas.



SuHtkilg Abt to Peple of Tt
he a fThy CeanMUagf
See price on lumber, page &
Prof. H. N. Wakefield was in town
Monday on his way from Cocos to
Miss Brac of Orlando, is her
on a visit to bhr young school friend,
Miss Frances Robottom.
Miss Edith Paterson.returned to
her home in Philadelphia Wednse .
day. We hope to see her retra
again next winter.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Battle eom-
menced moving into their new hom
Saturday and occupied same for the
first time Monday night.
Mr. Lloyd Peacock has made ad-
dition and improvements to his re-
cent purchase, the Heath grocery
building, in which he now resides.
Mr. C. A. Gardner has purchased
Mr. Leon Wlson's launch and will
now be frequently seen out on the
river with the other motor boat men.
Mr. and Mrs. Huston and son were
up from Rockledge Saturday in their
60 h. p. Stearns touring ear. Three
automobiless running about town
that afternoon gave us an up-to-date
Mr. Wilson, representing Rollins
college, was in town Wednesday in
the interest of that institution. Rol-
lins is steadily growing and extended
improvements are being made this
summer in the way of a new library.

a boys' dormitory, etc. This is one
of the first educational institutions
in Florida.
Crackers Rockets
Roman Candles
Fancy Exhibition Goods
All Prices
Ladies' Bathing Suits
CHAs. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 32
Fourth July Bicycle Races
START AT 2:30 P. M.
One mile open; first prize Diamond
bicycle chain; second prize one lug-
gage and parcel carrier combined.
Two mile-6:00 limit; first prize
Solar oil lamp; second prize three coil
spring saddle.
One mile race for boys under 15
years; first prize, rotary bicycle bell;
second prize, Billings and Spence
wrench: third prize, baseball mit.
Slow race. 100 yards; first prize,
large bottle Three-in One; second
prize, tube Neverleak.
200-yard dash; first prize Genessee
. pedals; second prize, continuous ring-
ing bell.
Five-mile open; first prize, Solar
Sgas lamp; second prize, $3.00 tire;
third prize, large floor pump; fourth
Prize, pair Star pedals.
Races start from and finish at In-
dian River bank co.-ner.
SThere must be as much as one more
bdna fide entry than the number of
prizes in each class.
The prizes are on exhibition in the
show window of Cihe Indian River
SMusic House.
Soda Fountzin for Sale
With charging apparatus, glasses and
32 feet coil, also pe;rnut roaster. Ad-
dress G., STAR office.
Drayingor hauling of all kinds prompt-
ly attended to. Meet all trains.
Titusville, Fla.
Standard Sewing Machine
The best and lightest running on the
market, does both chain and lock stitch
on the same machine. Can be furnished
with either rotary or vibrating shuttle.
Spot cash prices or easy installment
terms or rented.
Titusville, Fla.

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Coewh, f ane i Cmmmonss Trip
USLight Fataet TO.
The hotoet and tfunnlet place e
the Wound says a corr om t of
the St. LOls Globe-Demoei at descrb-
ing a Fourth of July eekbratha tn
Texa, "was the dandug pavilion. A
canvas over was strethd Just over-
head. When some taU cowboy. In the
ioeen of his patriotl m put an extra
Ineh anm s sprb. iis bhat scraped the
cover. The loor, which was o rough
boards I theb morning. was polished
I hOan unon by a thaosand suhOles.
In a earner the orebestra. with a
straaes solemn face and downcast
ea, sat on the spring eat of a farm
wagon and drew from a violin such
stram aa might put action nto a cork
leg. But the star of the pavilion com-
bnatlon was the caller. He was a
mild m nered gentleman named
Grager. whoee flexibility of voice was
equaled by his ortrilnlity of expres-
alo. Sometimes he chanted. some-
times he declaimed, and sometimes be
let his voice follow the music. He was
a master of ceremonies, too, who had
learned his profession. The cowboys
would sidle up and say:
"Mister, can't we have a little dance?
We came sixty miles for this thing."
"Don't you know anybody here?"
Granger would ask
"Not a living' soul 'cept Just the boys."
they would asrm. with more or less
"Reckon mebbe I ken fix you." the
master would say refectively. Then
he would ross over to where the
buxom daughters of the grain fanners
were shocked up along the side of the
platform. Pretty soon he would re-
turn. and. with a "Come this way." bhe
would lead the cowboys. one at a time.
-wr,-om the platform. The farmer's
,lariChter would low prettily and the
.*whqy p lnltoraely. with a tw~lch :at
Ilqs big white hat. Then a new c-.*,O:i'-
would join those on the floor. (th--.i-
ilona!!y a e'wlony would intrust his
hat to a friend, hut this seldomi halp-
pened. The girls dkln't mind. and hlat<
were worn as a rule.
When the set was slow in filing the
master called out rnursuasi-ely:
"Two more coi!ple and we'll have a;
little dance. Hurry up now and throw
yourself around on this stretch like ;a
quarter JIorse. Let's h:ve a ra e."
But it was not often tlw dan-es-
tneeded encouragemieut to fill. More
frequently the master was obliged to
"Stan' back and give us a little rm.
people; we've got a wild here."
The crowd in the eagerness to see-
the dancing gave scant room for the
"Hoe down on, her." sald the master.
The violin stained and so did the;
"Circle to the left and rents trail htmne
Let the- lad~es' row in front."
So he called, and. dropping bis voice
an octave, he sang:
"Everybody dance; corners swing
Good style; pretty little partner;
That's the thi." i
Shnie-shaue ao the feet. and the
figure is nantbed. Off starts the cafler

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dances they used to dance in south use. It proved more ircce- fuill than any
Texas when I was a boy." (Oca'i..n.tIl- other r remedy or treatment- and has for thir-
ty-five years maintained that record. Front
ly a cowboy. overcome by to e iL.spir:L- .a sn.ialgillniung ll. and use has ex-
tion of the moment, let out a triid tended to ev-ry part of the United States and
"whoop." As for the Indians. they to many foreign cunntrir-s. Nine druggists
out of ten will r,-ctitiuae-Itl it wh.n their liin-
stood about the outer edge of the pa- ion is asote. iwalthogh thry hatwnth-ir moi-
viion and looked on impassively. An rines thatpay them a reter profit. It an
Indian always enjoys seeing the pale- always he depended upo, m.even in their nast
faces dance. but you never could tell severe and dangerous cases. For sale Iy Ti-
lt from the expre- ivless ast of bis uve Pharm .
coem tenance. Stops itching in.-tantly. Cures pile. e--z--
..- -- ma. salt rheum, better, itch. hiv s. herpes.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and seahies--Dian's Ointment. At any dirg
Diarrhoea Remedy Would Have store.
Saved Him $100.00
"In 190M2 I had a very severe attack of diar-
rhoea." -say% R. N. Farrar. of Cat Island. La.
"For several weeks I was unable to do any- CT O R IA
thing. On March 18. 1 tr. I had a similar at- 11 ita d Chilim .
tark and took Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera i a W *a
and Diarrhoea Remwdy which gave me prompt If KIu N
relief I consider it one of the best medicines
of itt kind in the world, and had I used it in BMr the
I10M believe it would have saved me a hun-
dred dollar doctor's hill" Sold by Titnsvillo Mltg ga





o 0 brt ith Jty, th was the
dmath day two et th nbple's

a Jefferson. O Juty 4. 1881. Lve
year later James Mearoe hneathed
his last. St years later, as July 4.
S1MI. fl Hnnal Hamlin dlied
The- dNt" of both la iawt and Jet
SfersMom ea the day aeeqpte as the ma-
tien's a thbmy was atrang eit el-
deuce. The day was em nMethr ftor-
Sget, for beth were among the siners
of the Imertal doecumet wmec h.-
etily i rst saw theiught Just tfty
yea befoe their death, both review
bem the dau, ad sc was msgmt
a tthe etr's mral illes.
SAdamn was past alnety. Jeaerse
was about seven years yoagr. Yet
he had livd thirteen years more thwa
the threomess and ten yem m eamted
by holy writ. At midnaet edlhty years
a o, when Ifleps3enee day ws just
being a mesI In Jeffesem. even the
dy g but with memory not yet alto-
geter impaired. mattered. "This is the
Fourth ot July." In the morning Ad-

Adams died a little after mdday, Jet-
ferso a few houms later.

S ^Hoew lies Iterfered With the Stining
of the Dealarstiet.
Congress on July 19, 1776, ordered
Sthe Declaration passed on the Fourth
fairly engrossed on parchment, with
the title and style of "The n -is-rmo
Declaration of the 13 United States of

Sgrosed, be signed by every member
of congress."
It was a sltry day In August. Jer-
t erson when In a Igelarl reminiasent
mood. was accustomed to say that the
signing was hastened by swarms of
ies that came into the hall through
the open windows of the -atehouse
-I ** suile r iht; Ied aads oak from a a livery stable near by. The
Geots owing a, mwins out and prmse-
nad. day'ss bum eas had been arduous. It
Do. do. sats, lw was hot and sticky, and the ies as-
Do. e,. ladls don't you kaew!" salted the silk stockinged legs of the
Then comes more anticate work. bonorable members with rigor and real
The cowboys cea't begin to get In all Tory vindictiveness. With handker-
of their fancy steps. The pce is hot eblefs rad all available papers the fa-
The skirts of the gra n growers daug there of liberty lashed the fies, but
tes swish through tie air a the mra- with no avall. The onslaught became
ter calls: unendurable, and the members, captu-
"Bal e the net; three hands round; latin. ,made haste to sign and brian
Three bands out and po it paLin;
Gnats wing oot and go it ag'In; the dty-six signatures aot all were at-
soeve hands up and ladles swin out; tached even at this date.-Washington
Faur and balance; now partners; prom- tar.
made alL"
The master permits thirty seconds' The World's N t Climate
breathing spell, during which the cow- is not endtely free tem dise, m the high
boya try to get rk of ome of theirelevatios feves pa while e the twer
St to levels laria is enesumned I a es terror
surplus perspiration, while the girls ply le tenta msM nln to To over
their fans and look moist and happy. co diate ecet sdeMa ri
The caller gathers himself for a pro- jaundice. hbilioaes, fevera ague, and gen-
longed eort. "Second couple to right," ren debility the mot elective remedy is
e cls, ad then be oes itt within IElectric Bitters, there t altertive ad blood
he callsand then be goes it, wiht a priier, the antidote for every fo m of bodily
break for ive minutes, like this: weakne, nervosness and iamnmuai. Sold
"Ladies swing out;: ents swing in: under guarantee at the Banner Drg Store.
Three hands up and go it ag'ln; Price 3e.
Balance agaln; :adies to center;
Fall in the corner: promenade home; Where the Declaration Is Kept.
Six to two and two come down; The original eugrossed copy of the
Ladces in center and seven hands ro~Lad Declaration as signed is now in the
Fall In the corners Now partners all. keep; g of the secretary of state. The
Go south. Wmeat's all dead.
And you've got corn bread, I guess. dwu.mnet was in the patent otice from
".ot in the Wichita valley the wheat 1341 to IN77. as that department w:-
aiu't dead. by a jugfulr' one of the 'i.lieves to be fireproof. It is now.
dancers shonutd, but without minding I i:ce 1)'4. kept hermetically sealed in
interruptions the caller goes right along frame and placed in a steel cabinet.
with his funmaking: with the original signed ;,i o.f the-
"Fall and balance; swing and run; -oiI ltituiOn. It is no !taiir r shown tu
Four to two and two come down; .ly oore ex ce!,t by express order of the
I;.y LFdi.-s swing out and gents swing in; ho-ws destructiv-e rig~s of cracking.
Five up and go it ag In
Swzilg out: rzn away with the swing; dtie more l'roladb!y to the making of a
Hold .nd ba,.lancr; all basince. facsimile ordered by President James
Now. partners, run way uwith the hala. Monroe in !S- than to age or han-
A tb t n e od:id t the document is Jealously guard-
Anal the next time it is souedblnf e-l. Many of the names of the signers
ori tare ro longer legible. Two pages of
tore: J.lcuon's uriginai drat, with a few
"Four hands up; half round the world; iteoiineti,,ns by Adams and Frank-
c,-r is turn a suunnuerset; ladies jest so;
.Ldi:s round the gents; gents don't go; iln. are al.o preserved at the depart-
Rot:.., u, fur,.; swast; ment of ':rte. The facsimile which
v."n ad .e .r..-Trs ;ake swingir.g the was ordered by President Monroe was
Swin... ;adits. seaside fashion; made for the purpose of giving a copy
Prety- little partner; round up tours." to each of the signers then living and
And thus it went on with endless their heirs. These original eoples are
variety In the language and measures. now of great value.-Baltimore News.
but the same shuttling. the same box-
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boys. until the sun went down behind It !%72 there was agreat deal of diarrlthwa.
the Conanches' tep es. Old men Ioo hs- time that Ihamlrlaia'. "nleic. tai'er.
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.iJDiHBGS OF THEPRESENT ::Fourth of July Suit:: I LATEST NEWSAND Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP !'

!f":r WEEK How about a nice, cool twopiecesuit INCIDENTS Bargains in Every Department AND PERSONALS .,

for this hot weather?
\\f;". We have them in serge, worsted, MONDAY, JULY 6, 1908. .
Holes Eients flannel cassimere and all the other that I Something About the of Titus-
< Pungent Pertaining Personal Paragraphs About People. Indian Head linen 44 inches wide People f

i: Transpiring About Town desirable You ought get one. It would Travel Here and There I already for ladies'shrunk skirts, an ,excellent special 19 material cents- vile as They Come and Go i i 5

) : Mr. J. L. Carruthers arrived from make you twice as comfortable this Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville. per yard. See price on lumber, page 8. i
summer and you'll have the satisfac- Ladies' undervests with J
Sanford yesterday-to spend a day or tion of feeling and knowing that Mr. and Mrs. C.J.Denham returned -I and armholes, Monday's tapejnneck special EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. I :'

so with his family. you're fashionably and appropriately home from Augusta, Ga., Saturday l 2:% cents each. Prof. H. N. Wakefield was in town .

x Mrs. E. S. Wiley left for Atlanta dressed. night. Allover embroideries, neat designs, I Monday on his way from Cocoa to .

Tuesday afternoon where, she will Latest designs, newest fabrics, Mrs. John Carlisle, of Fort Pierce, worth$1.50, special cents per yard. I 'omona. .., 'S:
colors and 1 I
patterns. Easy prices, Nainsooks in checks and stripes,
spend some time this summer among $8.00 to $20.00. I is here this week on a visit to the very stylish for shirt waists or dresses Miss Brand, of Orlando, is hereon .,: A .i

her friends. Also let us fit you up in your shoes, home folks and relatives. special 25 cents per yard. a visit to her young school friend ;; ,

Nearly thirty boats are entered for hats, shirts and complete outfit, car- Mrs. Julius Kline expects to leave Corset cover embroideries, 18 inches Miss Frances Robottom. t,

,. the motor boat races tomorrow. This rying every item that men and boys Sunday for New York accompaniedby wide, worth 75 cents, special 49 Miss Edith Paterson.returned to I

will be the grandest sight ever seen wear.WINSTON S. BRANNING her daughter, Miss Leona. Mr. cents White per dotted yard. swiss, worth 20 cents t her home in Philadelphia Wednes -

on the river. Headquarters for Style and Value Kline follows later. Monday only, 15 cents per yard. day. We hope to see her return

, ,F. Mr. Wm. Garvey, who owns a val- Titusville Florida. Mrs. H. G. Utley and her mother, i I' China silk in all the latest shades, again next winter. 1 i i
special 51 cents yard.
I per
uable in Rockledge,
orange grove Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Battle
x Mrs. Percival, are contemplating a Ready made mosquito bars, good 1. commenced 1
was in town Tuesday on his way toinspect trip to Baltimore for couple of large size with turnover frame, spec- moving into their new home

his property for a day or so. COUNTY BUILDINGS months and may leave next week for $1.19 each.Berkey's. Saturday and occupied same for the t

Walker's auction sale last Satur- that city. English long cloth, special first time Monday night.

day was a big success. He expects BURNT SUNDAY The latest in Victor records are Ladies'12% cents nightgowns per yard., made of a Mr. Lloyd Peacock has made ad- !+

s to continue same tomorrow night carried in stock by Indian River good quality of nainsook, handsomely dition and improvements to his re- i

and every Saturday until stock is re- The Sheriffs Home Reduced to AshesIn Music House, Titusville. Send them trimmed with insertion and edging cent purchase, the Heath grocery

duced. your orders and see how quick they to match, special 99 cents. building, in which he now resides.Mr. .
Window shades in all colors mounted
an Hour's Time
Local showers interfering some
are will fill them. on Hartshorn rollers, 3 feet wide C. A. Gardner has purchased'Mr.

with pushing the work on the Rath- Twin calves were born to a cow belonging and 7 feet long, worth 50 cents, special Leon Wilson's launch and will
bun cottage but the concrete walls COUNTY JAIL STOOD IT WELL 35 cents each.
: to Mrs. A. B. Yelvington, of now be frequently seen out on the
will soon be completed and then the Ladies' umbrellas, 26-inch, good
North Titusville one day last week. river with the other motor boat men.
handsome han-
work will faster. quality of gloria silk,
go The Insurance On Sheriff's Home Was
This is of rare occurrence and ex- dles, special $1.39 each. Mr. and Mrs. Huston and son were

On the "Glorious Fourth" we will In the Sam of $2,500.00 cited the curiosity of many Children's velvet grip garters, us- up from Rockledge Saturday in their
,;- have more of it and better ice creamt" ually sell for 25 cents, special 19
60 h. Stearns Three
Mrs. J. N. Feaster arrived from p. touring car. #
and cold drinks than anywhere else. cents per pair.
In the short space of two hours' Miami Tuesday and is spending sometime Ladies' linen handkerchiefs,worth automobiles running about town
The for the thirsty crowd to +
place go time Sunday afternoon the upper here with relatives before going 12J cents, Monday's special 6 cents that afternoon gave us an up-to-date
t" -to the Banner Drug Store. of B vard's and the wholeof each. .
story jail to Alabama, where she will spend appearance.Mr.
A fine boy arrived last Thursday the sheriff's home was in ruins the remainder of the summer. Black underskirts, made of a good Wilson, representing Rollins
afternoon, the 25th ultimo, at the quality of heatherbloom, with wide
from, fire. Mr.and Mrs.T. Hall, of Indianola, ruffle, special $1.29 each. college, was in town Wednesday in ,
...;, residence of Mr. and Mrs. D.. B.JI A few minutes before 5 o'clock 1!
:: were in town Saturday and called at Mail orders promptly filled'on any the interest of that institution. Rol-
Pritchard in South Titusville. Mother smoke was seen issuing from the THE! STAR office. Mrs. Hall favoredus of the above goods. lins is steadily growing and extended

and baby are both doing nicely. roof of the sheriff's louse and as with several operatic selections on JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. I improvements are being made this

Miss Susie Gladwin went to WinterS soon as the alarm was given the roof -- ---- -
the violin, which she played in a finished summer in the way of a new library, .

.; J Park Tuesday morning, where she was ablaze with no means at hand and artistic manner, having State Convention ProposedAt a boys' dormitory, etc. This is one

.: has accepted the position assistant for fighting it. Plenty of help re- had the best of training and instruc- the recent meeting of the Dem- of the first educational institutionsin

,. to the acting postmaster pending the !sponded and while was eat- tion in Germany. ocratic state executive committee for Florida.
vice the recent its the roof attentionwas
regular appointment ing way over
canvassing the returnf of the second
;' postmaster deceased.Mr. directed toward saving the fur- The board of county commissioners I FIREWORKS FIREWORKS
I met in brief session Monday after- primary, the following, relative to Crackers Rockets
E. L. Brady and his sister, niture and everything that was possi- the holding of a state convention, Roman Candles
Miss Josephine Brady, left Tuesday ble to remove from the interior of] noon and passed an order authorizing Fancy Exhibition Goods
for discussion
Sheriff Brown to turn over six of the came up : All PricesLadies'
: the carried This
for Atlanta, where they will meet building was out. .
county prisoners that had already The Hon. T. Albert Jennings, of Bathing Suits
Mrs. Brady and Baby Lucile, who was most successfully accomplished Pensacola, introduced a resolution FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
hands who the had sentence passed upon them to : CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 312
have been visiting with relatives in by ready placed goodsin
asking that a state convention be
the convict at Mims. The
-h Alabama. They expect to return the vacant lots across the street.
other prisoners (five in number) were held regularly under the direction of i Fourth July Bicycle Races ,
sheriff's home wooden
home in about two weeks' time. /The being a ;
the state executive committee for
a and transferred to the St. Lucie county START AT 2:30 P. M.
: Mr. W. N. Hendry, of Fort Pierce, building right up against the the purpose alone of nominating del- f
jail at Fort Pierce Tuesday until the
brick the latter in danger One mile
jail, was soon open; first prize Diamond
r: of the firm of Hendry & Penney, ar- Brevard is egates to national conventions, nat-
and the the sheriff'srecords : county jail ready to receive chain second
prisoners, bicycle ; prize one lug-
rived in Titusville Tuesday to spend a them. ional committeemen, presidential

i few days here, this being his former and a large safe in the jai electors, and to adopt party plat- gage and parcel carrier combined.Two .

home, for a recreation from business. were moved out in quick order. Church Notes / forms. The Hon F. T.Myers thoughtthat mile-6:00 limit; first prize
Brave the flames from Solar oil second three coil
men fought lamp; prize
Messrs. Hendry& Penney are doing Dr. J. B. Hawk will hold the the proper method would be to
the windows in the second floor of reg- saddle.
a fine business at the county seat of ular first service allow the incoming committee to spring
the jail building until they forced Sunday at City One mile for boys under 15
were race
St. Lucie gents' furnishings. Point Sunday July 5th at 10:30 handle the matter. The Hon. W. L.
a. m.
retreat of the intense first bell
to on account years; prize, rotary bicycle ;
We are going to reduce our stock and at Eau Gallie at 7:30 p. m. The Palmer, of Orlando, favored the resolution -
heat and smoke. second and
prize, Billings Spence
of new and popular music, such as subjects for discourse will be The Cit- emphasizing the importanceof
The fire caught under the tin roof wrench: third prize, baseball mit.
the latest two-steps waltzes etc. izen of the some method whereby delegates
Republic, A Plea for a
of the jail building about the same Slow race, 100 yards; first prize,
and will send five of these pieces, Saner 4th of July. to national conventions should be in-
time the window frames commencedto large bottle Three-in One; second
i take them they for 55 cents, structed. He, however, agreed that
Dr. J. B. Hawk has been invited
burn, then it was a foregone conclusion prize, tube Neverleak.
which is one-fifth of the regular list the new committee was more competent -
I' by the trusteesof the chapel at Rock- II
that the upper story would 200-yard dash; first prize Genessce ,
paid. Order quick for.. to pass on the matter. Mr.Jennings -
price, postage be destroyed.The ledge to preach there Sunday after-I pedals;second prize, continuous ringing -
,who introduced the resolution, I
they won't last long. Indian River
roof soon fell in on the seCond noon, July 5th. 'I! bell.
Music House Titusville. said that Florida was the only state | c
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floor, setting it afire and then the Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on I Five-mile open; first prize, Solar !
in the Union that did not have a party ]
For RentA debris fell through to the top of the Sunday; July 5th, at LaGrange at 11 convention declaration ofj gas lamp; second prize, $3.00; tire;
or any i
small building suitable for'office steel cells and on the concrete ground a. m. and at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. Democratic principles. The Hon.!!! third prize, large floor pump; fourth

I. M. DODSON. floor. Conference after night service. prize, pair Star pedals.
or shop. A. T. Williams said that he did not I|I ,
L For Sale The second story of the jail being Services at the Methodist church think the old committee should dictate i, Races start from and finish at Indian -

-Fine cow and calf. Inquire of two-brick walls they cracked and Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.1 l to the new committee, and a;, River bank co.ner. .
DR. MILLER. warped from the awful heat and fell There is a welcome for '! There must be as much as one more
you. motion was made to lay the whole
outward, but the first story remained ---- ----- bona fide entry than the number of
matter on the table, and when the
Fine Monday Offerings of Men's intact and sustained little or no For Sale prizes in each class. -'
question was brought to a vote the
Clothing damage except where the steel celt One fine, large, black horse, with resolution was tabled by a vote of The prizes are on exhibition in the
Special prices in boys' and youths' for females fell through from the buggy and harness. Horse perfectly how window of the Indian River
suits Extra big reduction in men's second floor in the front part of the gentle and works to buggy and sad- 19 to 13. I i Music House.

:,. clothing, price makes no difference, dle. Address Horse, Care STAR of-!I __ __
jail, which broke out one corner of Boxes
they must go. fice. I I Orange I j Soda Fountain for Sale
and dress suit cases at the building.The .
Trunks special
We sell Cummer
I can you orange With charging apparatus, glasses and
in Trees I I
.... prices. loss is variously estimated be- i I boxes at all points between East Shiloh 22 feet coil, also peanut roaster.. Ad-
JULIUS KLINE, tween $20,000 and $25,000. The jail Fine 2-yearold grapefruit buds, :I or Mims and W. Palm Beach,except .. dress G., STAR office.
Titusville Fla. Marsh seedless and Standard 30 Cocoa station and will be pleased
was built about twenty years ago at I ,
I I cents each, 25.00 per 100.J. 1 Ii! to make quotations also on wraps, Draying
Trees cost then of about $10,000. lore
Orange and Grapefruit a B. BEACH, i and nails. Drayingorhaulingofallkinds promptly -

Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high cells were added later and recentI.1 West Palm Beach, Fla. j EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. attended to. Meet H.all E.trains.HOLTON, y

hickory hammock. Free from whitefly considerable had been expended i in I Titusville, Fla. .

i ; One year to two year old buds. the way of flush closets, improved Saloons Must Go I For Sale Cheap For Cash ------ -

Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully sewerage, bath tubs, etc., for the I Andvith them the appetite for I. About 88 acres of good high land on Standard Sewing MachineThe
packed and delivered at Oak Hill cleanliness and sanitary welfare of I drink. If you;your relative or friend the castor ocean side of the Indian riverat best and lightest running on the
station. J. W. GRlms, '. wishes to be rid of drink or drug the Narrows, described as follows: market, does both chain and lock stitch (
Shiloh, Fla. the prisoners.The i habit write at for confidential Lot No. 3, section'35, also lot No.3, sec- on the same machine. Can be furnished
sheriff's home cost about$2.750 j once tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39 with either rotary or vibrating shuttle.
.Wood For Sale j I information to the branch of the original cash installment
and was insured for $2,500. No in- east. This land is unimproved but finely Spot prices or easy
oak, any length. Also plowing Keeley Cure. Address, located. For further particulars ad- terms or rented.
Pine or
and harrowing. See or address J. t THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, dress E. M. Low, j INDIAN: RIVER Music HOUSE

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The Dayton Which Two of America'
1tig Y Greatest Patriots Died.

The Fourth of July, 182G. was the Pianos

death day of two of the republic's Ludwig

Girl. greatest men. John Adams and Thomas -

Jefferson. On July 4, 1831. fire
years later James Monroe breathed
iris last. Sixty years later, on July 4,
1 91. IIannibal Hamlin died.

The deathor tots Adinis. acd ,Jefferson Specially Adapted to-

.J on the day accepted as the na-

tlou's birthday was a strange coincidence -

The day was one neither forgot Florida Climate

for both were among the signersof
the immortal document which offi-

cially first saw the light Just fifty
i years before their death both remembered -

the date, and each was cognizantof 1

the other's mortal'Illness. [ ;:.if INSTRUMENTS DEFY

Adams was past ninety. Jeffersonwas

about seven years younger. Yet '
tie had lived thirteen years more than COMPETITIONfflghGrade i

the threescore and ten years allottedby

holy writ. At midnight eighty years

ago, when Independence day was Just I

1i being ushered in, Jefferson, even then

dying but with memory not yet altogether

impaired, muttered. "This Is the Reed Organs
Fourth of July." In the morning Adams '

the same thought apparently run-
ning through his mind roused himselfto

ask, ."Does Jefferson still live?"

Adams died a little after midday, Jef-

ferson a few hours later.IRREVERENT .

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t ,: INSECTS.How .

,/ Flies Interfered With the Signingof

:- the Declaration. c\\\ 111//

Congress July 19, 1776 orderedthe

Declaration passed on Abe Fourth

fairly engrossed on parchment, with

the. title and style of "The unanimous \ I
Declaration of the 13 United States of + J i

America, and that the same, when en-

grossed, be signed by every memberof
11: congress." i
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It was a sultry day In August Jefferson .irvuil 1

when in a genial, reminiscent
mood, was accustomed' to say that the

rct signing was hastened by swarms of /'If\eJf\W1Ji&\. _'I )),1 I ,

flies that came intothe hall through a '
the open windows of the statehousefrom -i ; FOURTH OF JULY IN TEXAS. I "First couple right; ladles swing out, a livery stable near by. Theday's
G nts awing In. swing out and prome-
nade. business bad been arduous. It

t Cowboys, Girls and Comanches Trip Do. do, gents, slow; was hot and sticky, and the files as-

Light Fantastic, Toe. I Do. ceo ladies, don't you know!" saulted the .silt stockinged legs of the

f: i. The hottest and funniest place on I Then comes more intricate work. I honorable members with vigor and real

the grounds, says a correspondent of I The cowboys can't begin to get in all Tory vindictiveness. With handker- "ea 7

: the St. Louis Globe-Democrat describing of their fancy steps. The pace Is hot. chiefs and ail available papers the fathers -

a Fourth of July celebration in I. The skirts of the grain growers' daughters of liberty lashed the flies, but

t ; Texas "was the dancing pavilion. A.. swish through the air as the mas- with no avail. The onslaught became ..fLtA
ter calls: unendurable and the members
capitulating -
canvas cover was stretched just over
head. "Balance the next; three hands round; ,made baste to sign and bring AND O
When some tall cowboy in the Ladles swing out; gents awing in; the momentous business to a close Of R
excess of his patriotism put an extra Three hands out and go it ag'in;
inch on his spring his hat scraped the Gents swing out and go It ag in; the fifty-six signatures not all were attached
Seven hands up and ladies swing out; even at this date.-Washington
The floor
cover. which was of roughs
Four and balance; now partners; prom- Star.
boards in the morning was polished enade aH." "

... before noon by a thousand shuffles. The master permits thirty seconds'breathing The World's Best Climateis

In a corner the orchestra with a spell during which the
cow- not entirely free from disease,on the high
,- % r strangely;: solemn face and downcast boys try to get rid of some of their elevations fevers prevail while on the lower
eyes. sat on the spring seat of a farm levels malaria is encountered to a greater or
surplus perspiration, while the girls ply For sale by the
less extent, according;to altitude. To over
and drew from violin such
wagon their fans and look moist and '
happy. come climate affections, las-itQde, malaria,
s strains as might put action into a cork The caller gathers himself for a prolonged 'jaundice, biliousness,fever and ague,and general

leg. But the star of the pavilion com- effort. "Second couple to right" debility the most effective remedy is INDIAN RIVER
bination was the caller. He was a Electric Bitters the great alterative and blood i
he call and then be it without
goes a
the antidote for form of bodily
; every ii
mild mannered named
break for five minutes, like this: weakness nervousness and insomnia. Sold i
Granger, whose flexibility of voice was "Ladies awing out; gents swing in; .under guarantee at the Banner Drag Store. MUSIC HOUSE
equaled by his originality of expres- Three hands up and go it ag'in; Puce 50c. J
sion. Sometimes he chanted sometimes Balance again; ladles to center;
:' krf he declaimed, and sometimes he Fall In the corner; promenade home; Where the Declaration Is Kept. j
Six to two and two come down; The original; engrossed copy of the TITUSVILLE FLA.
let his voice follow the music. He was ,
Lades; In center and hands
seven roa&d. Declaration as signed is now in the
r a master of ceremonies, too, who had FiJI In the cornt'rs Now partners all. .
kit'ping of the secretary of state. The I IJ
Go south. Wheat's all
t learned his profession. The cowboys II
; And document was in the patent office from
ou've got corn bread, I guess. II I
;: t i : would sidle up and say:
"Mister, can't we have a little dance? -Not In the Wichita valley the \Theattin't 1811 to 15>... as that department:< I
: t'ead. by a JupfulT: one of the delieivd to lie fireproof It is now.
We miles for this
came sixty thing. :\ -
SLIT *iin.e 1S04. kept hermetically sealed in i
"Don't you know anybody here?' dancers shouted, but without minding i
:t frame and placed in a steel cabinet
interruptions the caller right along I
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Granger would ask. -- -- ---- ------- ---- ii
with the original signed I of the .. ''i
with his copy '"' '"
funmakin '
"Xot a livin' soul 'cept Just the boys', : .QlI,4;: ;:: :";' .'{#4 i
)jJ titution. It is no longer shown to
they would affirm with more or less "Fall and balance; swing and run;
Four to two and two come down; any one except by express order of thee'fI.1rYo i
lady in center and five hands round;; on parchment which Mothers : :
-r. mebbe ken fix yon the Ladies swing out and gents swing in;
:: destructive tigns: of cracking,
a master would say reflectively. Then Fire up and go it a.g in. I ,
Swing out; run away with the swing; due more robably: to the making of a
he would cross over to where the out Children'shealth
Look for :
Hold and balance; all balance facsimile ordered by President James your
buxom of the fanners
daughters:: grain
Now. partners, run away with the hall.
Monroe in 1S23 than to handling
# were Chocked up along the side' of the ; Everybody dance, everybody dance." age while they
I : the document is jealously guarded are i
platform. Pretty soon' he would return And the next time it is something ic i iI'
Many of the names of the signersare :
and with a "Come this way hex with variations on this kind of a fig-
would lead the cowboys, one at a time. ore: no longer legible. Two pages ofJKTcrson's I'
original draft with a few 1 YOUr
aer"as tile platform. The fanner' "Four hands up; half round the world 11
interlineations by Adams and Franklin I

daughter would how prettily and the Cents: turn a summerset; ladies jest so;
II .. .,- f"OWMY f'1lltOff(>ly, with a twitch at Ladies round the penis<< ; gents don't go are also preserved at the department i:
Then Rou'.(; up fours; everybody: swim of state. The facsimile which
his big white hat. new m'iplewould
Swing the risers "ke swinging the
ordered President Monroe
was by was .
600 Oi
i join those oa the : 1\Ulg; TRADE MARK.
Iona!!) a cowboy would intru-t his Swing, iacits.: seaside fashion made for the purpose of giving a copy
: to each of the then is a great medicine for children. It keeps their liver !
signers and
x hat to a friend, hut this seldom hap- Pretty little partner; round up fours. living : active '
their heirs. These in a mild jpnlo manner, you will see a healthy color !
1 hate And thus it went on with endless I original copies are appearon
:1ed. The girls didn't mind and
p their cheeks and illness I
were worn as a role. variety In the language and measures, now of great T'alue.-Baltlmore i\ews. for them will be a thing of the pa t. \

When the set was slow in tilling the but the same shuffling, the same bux- A Positive i
Over Thirty-Five YearsIn Cure :
master called out persuasively! : om girls and the same frolicsome cowboys -

x I "Two more (wple and we'll have a until the sun went down behmJ dysentery 1S72 there and was cholera a great of diarrhoea It j CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND I';
was it
little dance. Hurry HP now and throw the Comanthes tepees. Old men looked this time thathamberlairi s Colic .'holesand Y4. FOR FEVER, MALARIA DYSPEPSIA i
yourself around on this stretch like a on and sail "Them's the came Diarrhoea It'mt'dy was fiat rouglit into BILIOUSNESS AND ALL '
quarter Jl\rl ether remedy or treatment and has for thir COt\PLAIir5.
Texas when I
But it was not often the dancestIOetIrd was a boy. Occasionally -
tyfivt"rnrs maintained that record. Froma Y
,encouragement to fillIore a cowboy, overrule by tie iuspira small l2inniiiiiz; its sale] and use has extended .::::. Mrs. J. Hopkins, Man.
s frequently the master!' was obliged to tion of the moment let out a wild to every part of the United States and .0;;' '''. Chester, Kan. writes: "I

argue: "whoop" As for the Indians, they to many foreign:; (countries. Nine druggists :': fI' have used Horbine foryearsknowofnobetterfor
storm about the outer edge of the out of ten will recommend it when thpiu'pin- < i \
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v ion is asked, although they have other medicines :; ;
1 people; we've pot a wildcat spring! vilion and looked on Impassively. An that pay them a greater; profit It can Chills and f over, headache
a. here." Indian always enjoys seeing the palefaces always depended upon, even in the most, -- % blliousucss.etc.. My child
f. { ,dame but you never could tell severe and dangerous cases. For sale \,y Ti- fen are never sick. I will
The crowd in the to seethe
k eagerness tn-ville Pharmacy. Uw it always."
dancing scant for the: It from the expressionless cast of his:
gave room ;sill ,
countenance. I \ ; : PRICE
measure Stops itching instantly Cures pile, eczema 50c.iBallardSnowlinimentCo..
: ; "110( down 01 her.." said the ma<:trr. salt rheum, tetttr, itch, hivts, herpes
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and scabies-Doan's Ointment At any drug
4 The violin started and so did the
Diarrhoea Remedy Would Have !
shuffling. .
Saved Him $100.00
"Circle to the left and gents: trail home store.CASTOR 500-502 North Second St.,
Let the ladies' row In front I diar- ,
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So he called and dropping bis voice ,
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F' an octave, he sang: thing. On March 18. 19H7, J had a similar attack For Infants and Children.
k- :e' "Everybody dance; corners swing and took Chamberlain's Colic Cholera
Good style; pretty little partner and Diarrhoea Remedy which gave me prompt The Kind You Hare Always Bought
/ That's the thlnf." relief consider it one of the best medicines B
of it kind in the world and had I Sold
used it in Bears d and
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IJ : .ang on s direction-that in which Moscow lay. Oklahoma's Admission to Union Keeps Is astonishing how great a change a .1
.: Peering out of his hiding place. Jack few years of married life often make in

: Langdon saw that these travelers were Flag Factories Busy. the appearance and disposition of many '

Celebration. three in number, that they journeyed It yon! regular,bealtty movement of the The United States naval fiagmaklng women. The freshness, the charm the
afoot and that each carried his Bowels v ry 47,you'r Ul or will be. Keep roar establishment in the bureau of equip- brilliance vanish like the bloom from a'
: rowels open,and be well. Force, in the shape of
",, .rt" jli back a heavy pack. violent physic or pill poitonJt danceroat. The. ment building at the Brooklyn navy peach which is rudely handled The -'
smoothest,easiest,most perfect way of keeping matron Is only a dim shadow a faint echo 1
:it.: = J g Tills Is the grove, Anton, said one the bowels clear and clean is to take yard has been unusually busy this i.
: of the charming maiden. There two
of them as they came near the place CANDYCATHARTIC year. One cause of this activity was

; i.i !h l 5tory of Russia Grand where Jack lay. "I remember the the adding of the additional star for reasons neglect. for Few this young change women, ignorance appreciate and f'. e

'i :; -. '. trees. Let us set down our packs and the state of i
:'->i.iort<\ :'-. Dukes, Bombs andFireworks. new Oklahoma to the the shock to the system through the
"'<. : ;:; ',.. wait for the peasant. national flag, making forty-six stars in change which comes with marriage and .

:." ;y":-'. "Let them down lightly," cautioned alL This necessitated an entirely new motherhood. Many neglect to deal with ;

;} -"" another as he deposited his burden arrangement of the stars as well as the unpleasant pelvic drains and weak-

s: with extraordinary care on the soft, : the manufacture of thousands of the nesses which too often come with marriage 1 '.

.. By GERALD BRENAN. grassy bank. "Anything like a Jar I new forty-sIx star ensigns which every and motherhood not understanding i

: '"1 don't,care .If he Is a grand duke, Bight send us all to the blessed land American vessel will have to carry. that this secret drain robbing the cheekof .

: ;' he has spoiled my Fourth of July tbove"I EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Although the new flag does not go into its freshness and the form of its

And''Jack Langdon shook his small "Where there are no czars and no I Pleasant Palatable Potent Tat Good Do effect officially until July 4, to have fairness. I ,
I Good Never Strain, Weaken or Gripe 10 ra and the required number in readiness As surely as the general health suffers : .
brown fist after the retreating carriage governor generals added the third, W cents per box. Write for free sample and book when there I Is deta ..remenof the health
iT of his with a little laugh. Then all three set let on health. Address 433 meant hustle on the part of the flag-
excellency the governor of O. of the delicate woma -
organs, so sorely I
Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York. makers.
Jack Langdon's father down their packs and sat cautiously wh
was one of organs are tabllshed in
i the growing number of Americans beside them. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEM The stars are cut by machine, a star healthther ceamVtJPfcvjtcHire witness t

-I who have taken up business in Rus "The peasant Is late," said the last shaped die cutting out a half hundred to the Tact In rN ST-d comehlK- Kearlya..miT1'on I
stars at one stroke. The basted
ala. He owned the iron works of V. speaker after a pause. "I hope, Michael splracy, however, secured him an audi- e are women have found health and {,

'r and was respected both by foreigners Dimltrovitch, that you have not ence, with the result that Petronch- on by hand and finally stitched on the happiness the use of Dr.. Pierre's F&i i
flag by machine. Instead of the old
'i and natives throughout the scared him away""On surrounded the vorite Prescription It makes weak women { +
province ka's house was dyna- V .
where the six
arrangement, rows -
alternate and
strong sick women well. Ingredl- i.
"... > governed by the Grand Duke Alexis the contrary, said the man addressed mite captured and the state records each with
seven or eight stars, ents label
on -contains no alcohol or
"I think I "f.
Al nndr vitch. have scared him
Relying on this respect saved.
the new United States flag has them harmful habit-formIng drugs. Made ,
o apd the favor with which the hither. I told him frankly that unlesshe "And now, my little hero," said the arranged in the following manner: wholly of those native, American, medicinal t '

authorities regarded him Mr. Lang-I came the band would cut his throatas governor when all was over, "what Top row, eight stars; second row. roots most highly recommended by

don had ventured to waylay the grand' he slept. rewards can I confer upon you for seven; third row, eight; fourth row leading medical authorities of all the sev- V I

duke on one of his morning drives for "You did not let him suspect what your great service to Russia T. eight; fifth row, seven; sixth row. eight eral woman's schools peculiar of practice ailments.for the cure of

: the purpose of asking certain privi- the packs contain. I hope?" asked the Jack thought a moment and then an- The operatives engaged In makingthe For nursing mothersorforthosebroken-

leges. The reply of the governor was one called Auton. swered, "First, I should like poor old flags enjoy their work and enter down in health by too frequent bearing of

polite, but none the less decided. He "Certainly not. He thinks we are Fetronchka to get off, and second, I Into it with more interest than is children, also for the expectant mothers "

1 said': "You ask my dear M. Langdon. simply smuggling rare Swiss clocks want leave to explode firecrackers on usually displayed by men and women to baby prepare and making the system its for advent the coming easy and of <1

that your son be permitted to celebrate into V. The packs loaded into his the Fourth of July." engaged in an occupation of this sort. !\there is no medicine quite

your national holiday, the Fourth of telecque, he will return to the farm- .With an amused smile, the grand But few very large flags are turned out so good "Favorite Prescription.* It I"11

July, by the letting off of certain ex- house. Tomorrow he has a license to duke wrote the following order and in the establishment, the demand being can no It harm is a most in any potent condition invigorating of the

plosives. I regret to have to inform haul a load of vegetables from the I handed it to the petitioner: almost wholly for the sizes used on tonic and strengthening cervine nicely i;

you that such methods of Jubilation market garden of this Yankee mill For the reason that Ivan Ivanovltch battleships and fortJ catlons. adapted to woman's delicate system. by a '

while common in America, could not owner Langdon into this city. He Langdon has placed the empire tender an The full flag equipment of a battle- physician of largeetperienceintbetreat- 41
be allowed in Russia. Firecrackersand will carry the packs under his vegetables obligation it la hereby ordained- meat of woman's peculiar ailments. 'I
First-That the prisoner. Petronchka ship costs about $:!.500. New York Dr. Pierce may be consulted by letter
bombs are. too closely related. and deposit them unsuspected in be, remanded indefinitely In the custodyof MaiL free of charge. Address Dr. R.V. Pierce ,

"But, surely," protested Mr. Lang- the care of our good friend Feodor the said Ivan Ivanovitch. Invalids' Hotel. and turgicallnst1tute. .. t

i don "a tiny demonstration in honor Michaelovitch. the tavern keeper. OnceIn Second.-That the said Ivan Iranovitch July Fourth. Buffalo N. Y. tl.
be permitted on the 4th day of July next
Feodor's hands the rest is +
_ of the birth of a friendly nation"- easy"Michael ensuIng to explode firecrackers and squibs This glorious Independence day YEARS l.r
;; The grand duke raised his hand Dimltrovitch slapped his In such quantities as be thinks fit in Stands memorable In hlstory- EXPERIENCE
: deprecatingly."I knee Joyously. honor of his native country; and. A date that hints the mingled play !
# Third.-That the municipality of V. be Of sequence and of mystery.
: "Aha he said. "It Is indeed-
cannot help it, he said "but such easy ordered to supply the said Ivan Ivano
I down the cellar stairs of Feodor's inn 'Twas Hawthorne's birthday, eighteenand .
is the law. Your son will have to fore vitch with one ton of the very best firecrackers -
CO his cannon crackers I fear, this and thence through the mine to the which its merchants can Import His myriad fow Anglo-Saxon debtors A f

Fourth of July." palace vaults. Ho, ho! It will be a sad across the frontier at the expense of Acclaim from many a distant shore

And.then signaling to his outriders, day for the grand duke, the Fourth of the Given government.under my hard and seaL The graceful "Marble Faun of let-

the governor drove on, leaving Mr. July. Those three little boxes of dynamite -i i ALEXIS ALEXANDROVITCH. ters. TRADE MARKS 1 -

Langdon rather annoyed and little Jack will blow the record chamber into Governor. And Garibaldi too, was born DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS Ac.

ff very; angry indeed."I atoms. All the incriminating docu- -Chicago Inter Ocean On- this day back in eighteen and Anyone sending a sketch and description nay
will be seven. quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
ments destroyed-those docu- -- ---
think It's a shame. soliloquized .
To Italy by faction torn. Invention W probably pMentable. Commanlcattona
ments which the duke has Fag! Facts. strictly eonSdentlal. Handbook Patent!
grand spentso
Jack, stalking moodily away, "and if He brought our own free Union leaven. sent free. Oldest agency for ecoitncpaieau..
ever I get to be president of the United many years gathering together. Perhaps Th Ct? States I'll remember this to Russia. even his excellency himself anda adopted b> uur national congress June We broke the ground for our canal special notice,without charge, in the

Despite his father's remonstrancesJack few of his officers may- But let us II, 1777 On The July Erie Fourth: De Witt at Rome Clinton, and planned all It- Scientific Jlm rlta".

refused to be consoled. It was hope for the best!" The brilliant flag or Austria-Hungary The world of eighteen and sixteen A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest circulation

f his first Fourth away from home, and The other two nihilists laughed In was adopted March G. 18GS, and floats scanned It. year: tour of months any cientlfla,f L Sold newsdealers.Terms,M a { i

b V he yearned with a mighty yearning for chorus as their companion boasted of over 24.000.COO people A decade more, see Adams dead. MUNN & CO 301Broadera' New YorkBranch
the "bang-bang" of the patriotically the coming destruction of the grand The oldest flag in existence is that of The elder John, our second president Office._825. V SU Washington.D.C.
exploded cracker. And the more he duke's record room, wherein so many Denmark, which dates from 1219. And Monticello'a pall Is laid
thought it over the more he hated the manuscripts dangerous to the existence The well known tricolor of France On Jefferson, her laureled resident.
The Mmt f alxable Set of Yackt a%d Bott-
Russian government in general and the of their brotherhood were stored. As dates from the revolution of 1789. Monroe whose doctrine statesmen quote.In Building Lvckt ever futlnMeJ.RUDDER :

;; province of V. in particular. for Jack Langdon young as he was, he The German flag was first unfurledin eighteen and thirty-one was stricken. 1

Brooding over his rebuff, Jack sauntered could not help but understand the nature 1867 and floats over an empire of .
He died on July Fourth you note.
o along the roadway until he encountered of the plot which had unraveled 52,000,000 people.In Whose words our nation's pulses HOW-TO BOOKS '

the familiar telecque driven itself before him. and he shuddered compliment to William, prince of quicken.

by Uncle Petronchka, a neighboring involuntarily as he glanced at the thl'f'ebea Orange the great leader the.colors of Over joro boots have been built from the fines '
Texas annexed In forty-five printed in I'-! boulu Successfully uiled in
peasant, with whom bo had picked up I y packs, which he now ,knew to the house of Orange were added by Again the mystic date Is fateful- every climo aid upon every sea-Full detail
some sort of acquaintance. To Jack's i contain dynamite. All his bitter resentment the sturdy people of Netherlands And parties long will strive and strive how drawing make of all it-Teat parts, showing what it is and i
to extremely simple
surprise. Uncle Petrol chka did not against the grand duke was at the end of their long bout with To settle if the gain Is grateful. t

... seem so friendly as usual. In fact, the now forgotten and. burrowing deeper Spain orange, white and blue, but nobody Vicksburg surrendered sixty-four HOW I.f.icwr TO BUILD*:Ujif A Lri RACER' ifftolvM FOR: .ISO frame all I.01ewvp

t old farmer acknowledged the boy's into the deep grass, he waited developments knows how during the centuries The river key to upland regions cuod ra.i.: ....Ltforaa<.y lu learala.'tiiiimm 11.

( salute only by a gruff inclination of while pondering with all his since the orange became changed to Grant's triumph rings from shore to HOW TO eVil: A CKIPJACK
shore. A fm boat. f.* a.;rrn"'e -.a>::irr... Imrkmr about bimwl
his head and shook his mare's rein to might over some means of preventingthe red. Our flag above his conquering legions.St. l -.. ...' i.h.,...ii.. a "-%.fll'vhrrirrr Maltslap. orItp.raeaslli ewn
urge her to a faster pace threatened outrage. Peter the Great, it is :said borrowedthe ;;

If "Hello exclaimed Jack. "What can Presently along the road came the idea of the Russian flag from the Louis' mighty. bridge of steel host TO......BUILD...M'.I r.a A PACING mjrhilHTrr SLOOP 4rftm4 i a frmwmrrr

be the matter with Uncle Petronchka' ? rumble of Uncle Petronchka's tplecque. Dutch, among whom he learned shipbuilding In giant seventy bond four our is poets opened feel.proudlyA sea w i.t4.... V. AtbtralU; ea.y to "WI meto

j. This Is not fair day at V.. so be cannot Jack saw the three conspirators lift lIe simply turned the Dutch 'TwUt east and west, applauded loudly. HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH

1 have taken too much vodka. I up their packs tricolor, red. white and blue, upside ti..pie. n A "M r..I .........1f. he..r,........:....a!aIuIIiI
In ninety-four-again this date mil t.ra'*cash4".VV'.-..o.lotherplansHOW
have done nothing to offend him, and and go to meet down.
With Yankee energy to lead 'em TO B>:1L3 A rNOCXABOUT
I can't understand why he should act the old peasant. The simple striping of the red and And bound to test the will of fate. A fin* ..I..t .:1 .., ,a.!"*4-..t. c..oj cbm,
like this. Hello, Uncle Petronchka! The perilousboxes yellow In the flag of Spain was suggested Hawaiians make their strike for freedom ...J..r. wit -Ur ,-. ,..w .... I*

What has happened to make yon so were loaded i by the arms of Aragon. HOW Ar4"l TO BUILD;'tlr.*4iit ACMOAL-DRAUCHT Wt: ,arts .....!n.t.. o.Trbasgs SLOOP sod

.' jrumpyr. into the wag- The white cross on the red field of In ninety-eight the Fourth is cheered Nose..j..i.II. ,

But Petronchka answering only by a on, h<> saw moneychangehands- the Swiss flag; has a religious meaning.It Applause for Schley and Sampson mix- HOW TO BUILD.... .,A,FLATTIE OR. SHARPIE
T.aoy to ta.d. t' "Sar&tfltt iWrrmft f.or a boxbb.turrtacaaur.wa.
lrgSpain's ;
V grunt, whipped up his shaggy mare, was adopted as an appeal to heavenin navy smashed as It appearedThe ,. rcVVT.jw.ita,r.....*?or rsl ng V
and the telecque disappeared round a and then UnclePetronchka 1339 when the stout Swiss fought day before beyond all fixing. HOW TO BUILD A r/CCCL: YACHT
and won oue of their greatest battles. \.'complete corner. 1 it*bad e.rj m ml n;m"kle.P a
and The crescent, moon and stars were This glorious Independence day
Jack's curiosity was aropsed, drove off towardhis
o Stands memorable in hlst<>l'J'- .1
for the nonce he forgot all about the farm, while c adopted by the Turks as their deviceon A date that hints the mingled play ICe: $1. EACH

governor's refusal the three men the capture of Constantinople by Of sequence and of myStery PREP tJ; JY JIPRESS ANy..tRE.

.t...., ,;,. to his petition passed the little Mohammed II. in 1453. -Brooklyn Eagle. Bound n :""i CeU 1*tternt-Site! of p.g.
:.?: ; At this wood once more .J It has taken a thousand years to 9 ty 11 bebe. -ur e.ciurly-ora A'n pbns

'? point the road walking at a .Or/ build up the great P nti>h empire of A Millionaire's Baby THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

took a sort of quick pace tow 38 .OOOOtJO people, of which the familiar attended by the highest priced baby siimKl -}>(' ialbt 9 MURRA- STRICT NEW YoRe U. S. A '

e' long loop f10 as ;ird the north. flag of Great Britain is the sjibol not l>e eyed of stoma>'h or bowel trouble Surd pnia, or Catalogue Of Books for

to /ouch at a cer- Ilardlj were Pir- = ti \ any quicker or surer than your bal>y if ;,","l.5m..,,'. Libra.The '-.

tain neighlwrin? they out of sight i ; pit' There are many flags in many lands ).ollZive! it :McCtef's lUI.y Elixir. Cimadiarrlima -......-.--
village, so thatIt than Jack: w And there are flags of every hue. dysentery and sill derangement of tin- --
But there no flag however grand
was possible sprang to his Like our own red white and blue. .tomathor 1.\-1:1.! Prier ;i"i cents ami 50

for Jack by cut- feet .nJ set ou -Boston Tnneler tents bold by Banner Drug tore anti Titus ( S

; ting sharplyacross l..u the road 1ft *35\ -' MV1 ille 1'liarn.acy No Second Chance _

country lu fire W.KCof 15! -i *** -- -- ----
-" (ioai eeae srvs mace the mart
'p -- '""\ A Fourth of July Game.
tocomeoutaheadof Un le Petroach- > The Chesapeake! a Flour Mill. of the fir-i.
The new Fourth of July game of
Petroncbka'slumbering ka The Chesapeake final fate was
3 a
"abbreviated states call forth lively FERI1Y'SSEflJS
farm I.tethun'ht curious one. She was taken to Lnjr'
: competition. A prize i> ;in'u for the
wagon two a C'OTof policesurruundetl jtsssi c: land and in 1 .'O was sold! to one Joan
first comet list of the following questions -
versts farthert : the 1'F.TI\f"lI\\5 IIOR Prior, a miller \\akliarj., for old
/ Across coun- farmhouseof the '. : t.niber Prior tore lown his old hour bav.marleandkept +' 's Cewl Rod
t Einri TO i :w tiE What state reminds you of a great rseae the largest is the a 1-mint tells
try went Jack, old farmereiragTIIEREIN: TilE GKA-SD:: mill and built
rainfall? Ark. another one out of the ferry's Seed s,roar for 1908wUs
J skimming the girl him out of utKE. Chosapoake's timbers of which the whole 5 d St'-ry-cent FREE for
What state can lie often multiplied! ? many the asking. Don't sow a vde till you get it.D. .
borders of the bed. and captured the packs of dyni still
contained solid shot from the
;0 Tenn. Id. flaaY a Cc., Octrert,M+caf
forest and encountering mite Dragged by torchlight to the Shannon's guns.
t What state commences the domestic
no living steps of a carriage near by, Petronchka -------
I. w..k? SVa h.
being until was horrified to perceive therein the It Reached the Spot
throat state is mightier than the
he once more Grand Duke Alexis AlcxandrovitcbeaiHl
sword Penn. Mr E. Humphrey, who owns a lane :g.-n.
leaped Into the beside hw little acquaintance. What state Is always sure of itself? eral store at Omt g:1. 0 and is pn-M.Mit o KILL THE COUCH
... hard white roadway Jack! iugdon; When he learned that the Hams County Telephone Co.. as well a;
on the opposite what he thought wore packages ofsmncsictl of the Home Telephone ( ,? of Pike rwintv.
side of clocks really contaiaod tleld- What state has a medical degree? O., laYS of Dr. Kings SteW Discovery: 'It
: and my life onr-. At lat I think it lid.
the loop. ly ex*>!*>>{,es, pptronchkn broke down 1.1.WhH .
EACH CARRIED UPON: Mate is a chronic invalid? Ill It seemed to reach the sp f.tthl''fry seat .I WITH Dr1 King'sNew
BACK A BUTT "This Is a greatPACK utterly: and told the whole story. giv- U my conjjh-when eveiything el..e f BI8 hat state is a maiden? Miss
Joke on Uncle In,: docnp'loT or the> three eon>plrators Dr. kmics New D .- What state suggests: a sheltered rough spot; it heals the sore spots and the
petronchkar he cried. -How the old which afterward led to their capture pot' Del.What weak spots in throat lungs and chest Sit Discovery

fellow will cross himself and wonderto and completely verifying the account state is a woman's name? under enarantee at Banner Drug hton 5 before him!" conveyed to the grand duke by and $1.00. Trial bottle free. PRICE
see me here Minn.-Washington Star. ;
Then it occurred to Jack to give the little Jack Langdon. FOR COUCHS Trial iQe Bottle A iifln.Free

Sifc into a little wood of pine and ridden at full gallop into V., wherehe Bray,tb the Kirii Ysa 8aie *sr BarW: !dS tb i6t Kind Yta Have Atoys Euffi .

in the grass found the at a brilliant GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY
crouched down governor : SJguture 4
he ?
to await Petronchka's coming: banquet The news of a njhllh tic con- r{ of ,


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nize a dentist than have to resort to ) F :
from page L With the cross for thy anchor though wave :
patent medicines and doctor's follow
Entered at the posto !See.t MseeondclMi wave t: f
> mail matter. surance was carried on the jail at all, for temporary relief? Though frail be thy vessel,thai anchor will I Tweff A.L I ICoprrtcM I if
the county commissioners probably Think of your appearance., Great uSfaith: in fall confidence trust on the Lord 1 I/ I

Kill B.Wager, Editor ad Publisher.. considered itasafe risk,and no doubtit guns! You wouldn't know yourselfin Midst dangers. you'll rest on His lifegivingword. ; i

x would have been immune from fire three months if you put your. With the cross for thy anchor thy pilot will o
PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDAYMOBNINGSUBSCRIPTION. had iron shutters been provided for mouth In a sanitary condition. beTbe 1
Saviour that walked on the fathomless
._1 JM>PER ANNUM: the windows opening on the south You first poison your food with all seThat'

and the roof been of iron instead of the awful stuff that collects in and reproved and controlled the proud .
waves at His will
AdrertUing Kate FarnUbed on wood covered with tin. around bad teeth then take it into And spake peace to the tempest and bade it

Application. The origin of the fire is hard to de- your'stomach and expect it to make be still.

termine for a certainty. By some it bone and muscle, bright eyes, pink With and the surewithin cross for thy anchor 'tis steady

The Fourth of July is supposed to have been caused bya cheeks and give elasticity to your the vail holding all storms you'll 1 v .j za -.

J' As a national holiday-the birthday sky rocket which was fired some step. Isn't it a shame that you willso For endure.Jesus has entered a priest on his throne.

r of the greatest should
earth-ite: Fourth of July be caught by some little boys about 150 which you live and the dentist. With the cross for thy anchor, by skeptic

revered as no other-save Christmas hundred yards away, on a vacant lot There are hundreds of people in And abhorred.thy cable the ne'er failing wonLof the '

f day alone. And the lesson of the between Washington avenue and need of my services. Your teeth are Lord
Thy voyage is safe and thy haven secure
day should be kept green in the Hopkins street. But no matter howit so badly kept that you are living on And for time and eternity thou shalt ea-

memories of our children that the occurred no blame can be placed food that does not require to be dure.

of ancestors bet chewed butcher wonders With the cross for thy anchor all storms HI*. pr Tae UauBa Ca
.; heroism our may upon the sheriff or his deputies, who our why will soon cease,

passed down, the ages to come. have made it a practice to use all you do not buy his juicy steaks, your And thy vessel, though frail, reach the
Is An
L More, that memorable declaration precautionary means against acci- clothes do not fit you and, altogether, No haven shipwreck of peace.or storm need you ever more HAN-A-LIN

: should be annually read and reflected dents of this kind. you wouldn't pass muster in a pot of fear. Excellent Remedy
When danger's extreme, then your Saviouris
upon that the people of the nation The fire was first noticed by Mrs. beans. near.

t j may mind the fact that the Reed, Mrs. Osban, Mr. Haile and Get mad if you want to, anything, With the cross for thy anchor no harm can for ConctipatlcR.There : .

F precepts are right; that the great desideratum Deputy Sheriff Waller. The latter so ypu get some one to fix your teeth. be hurled ?
thy head when the whirlwind is vexing
ft is to put its teachings into fired off several pistol shots to givean Strangers coming here will think I the world. are many ailments
= In of the fixed them in that I will the Noxious the flash may disfigure the sky
; practice. speaking neces- alarm, which quickly drew the way get And the red bolt lightning pass harmlessly directly dependent upon con

: sity of a proper observance of the crowd to the scene. The Presbyterian credit anyway. Just think, this sum- by. stipation, such as biliousness,

: Fourth of July, the Commoner says: church bell rope was pulled too mer I am working for about laborer's With the cross for thy anchor you may soon discolored and pimpled skin,
When the commemorate but this winter it will be dif- hear His voice-
parents violently by some one in an endeavorto wages, It is I,then fear not, but trust and rejoice. inactive liver,dyspepsia,over-
the Fourth of July as they should, it give the alarm and the bell was ferent, so come now. The last storm with lowering may speedily -
} worked headache.
will be easy to prepare the children turned over so it could not be rung DR. MILLER, Dentist. Only in his promise and you will soon kiJneyand

L for the duties of citizenship. We : again after the first peal. reach home. MAN- -LlNcan be relied upoa

f are all imitators to a greater or less Sheriff Brown and family are at County Treasurer's Statement With the lot crocs for thy anchor, Oh! blest be 'to produce a gentle action of
thy ,
extent and the children are quite present stopping with Mrs. Reed, on July 1st, 1908. For the crash of creation shall injure thee the bowels, making pills\ also!
' Balance cash hand June 1
on ,
s. sure to be impressed by the actions Palm street, just across the street 1908______________________$ 15,290.78 With not.the trump that shall wake the wile drastic cathartics entirely tinA -
f and conversations of their elders. from their late home. Amount received in June, 1908 13,759.51 world with alarms necessary.
r' The Saviour will hasten thee home to His'
I The best way to prepare our children About the time the jail roof caughtfire Total 29,050.29
dose two of Man- -Iln
or a
for the discharge of the high dutiesof the shingle roof of the town cal- Less warrants paid in June arms.CAPT.. WI(. L SELOVEB, Sloop Ease.
I* is to be scrupulously 1908, and warrants delivered Is advisable in slight febrile
aboose commenced to burn and in a Titusville, May 12, 1908.
to county commissioners attacks la colds and
careful ourselves about the discharge grippe
R. ; few minutes nothing was left of it and board of public instruction -

i of the duties of citizenship. If pare except the steel cells and cement ______:.__________ 8,006.06 A Golden Weddingmeans influenza.

ents are indifferent to the observance floor. This building was only about Balance cash on hand July 1, that man and wife have lived to a gold ood

2 of the Fourth of July their children forty feet from the jail building. 1908______________________ 21,044.23 The age last and way consequently to keep healthy have kept is to see healthy that Those who prefer can ob-

x are apt to be. If the parents prefer While the property of the town it This amount is held as follows your liver does its duty 363 days out of 365 tain Man-a-lin in tablet
: The only way to do this is to keep BalUrd'sHerhme
R amusements on that day the childrenare had never been removed to a lot Deposited in Indian River in the house and take it whenever form-

apt to prefer amusements, too. owned by the town but had been allowed certificate State bank as attached per cashier's Sold your by liver Banner gets inactive.Drug Store 50 cents and per Titosville bottle. THE MAN-A-LIN CO.,
, It is.not necessary that there should to remain on the court house monthly statement and Phi rmacy. COLUMBUS. OHIO. U. S. A.

l1-' be an elaborate address by a distinguished lot since its purchase by the town checks in safe____________ 21,044.23The

speaker, although an impressive authorities some years ago. balances belonging to each fund Brother Wounded Brother.

address by one who enjoys the Competent architects and contractors are as follows: The St. Petersburg Independent of Mackerel Fishing on the Gulf

_'_ confidence. the people is entirely have examined the walls and cells Count___revenue---General. $ 6,668.70 Wednesday says: Saturday and Sunday toaeiterei
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fitting. The Declaration of Independence road Last night at 6:30. Fred and Ralph were biting as they never bit bfcw
; of the jail and find that the cells on County and bridge fund 3,105.78
fund______ ___1_ Bold) brothers, of Tarpon Springs',
;r should be read, national the ground floor are all in good order Building n 13.82 It is saM that there was a fisherum
"l. be and those who Fine and forfeiture fund490.48 were examining a 22 rifle when i it on every tie of the A. C Pwr, Fully
airs ought to
: sung and not injured in the least. The Special road fund Dis. No. 1 1,315.86 off
went the ball entering the side .
are leaders of thought in their community "u" 2 1,038.64 o 300 were fishing The catcb* wee
k. same is true of the walls of the jail 1 The
44. 3 3062.18 Ralph. wound was not pronounced so many that the Hibbs Fish Co., frthe
ought to give expression to
the second
up to story except in one ff '.4' 4 serious at first, but
;, .. .. .. 1,178.23ff over nighttbe first time in the history of the
-;. their views. It ought to be a dayfor corner, where the steel cell falling 5 1,715.49 boy's condition grew worse.

f :::. the free exchange of sentiment from the second story made a small Game warden fund__________ 2.082.31Property Drs. Welch and Wilcox left at 10 concern refused to buy any eC tale
catch. The mackerel
of deceased were neaeing
s and for the stimulation of thoughtabout break in it. It is estimated that at fund____n__n___persons_nuu 16.82 this morning for Tarpon Springs in small but there are plenty of t__.

F: public questions and interestin an expense of about $1,500 or $2,000the County school fund_________ 322.17 Dr. Wilsox's auto to perform an open The waters are literallyblack with

: public affairs. could be made with Special school fund ''C'state ation on the young man. Bold's father
jail fireproof aid .______________________ 33.75 minnows. The minnows start Iaa-
The indifference with which some steel I beams, trusses and roof, also is in Tampa and at noon today it ward and the mackerel fight theta

<> now speak of the vital principles set, steel window frames, etc., which Total $21,044.23 was impossible to locate him. Tampaafternoon back. All you have to io is to cast be

j forth in the Declaration of Independence should have been incorporated in the Unintentional Sabbath Breaking. papers giving the news yond the "minnow" line and ymi gets

.. ought to lead to more zeal on building when it was built. In the early days of New England! it may locate him. At noon it was strike The oldest) fifcerat cannot -

the part of those who defend the Dec The county commissioners will was the custom to keep the Sabbath thought Bold would die. remember when there wen s"

laration of Independence. Colonial meet in regular session next Monday from sundown Saturday night nom many minnows in the bay. They are
the same hour on Sunday: That thiN: YOUR KIDNEYSDo
:f ism would not have been accepted so when they will probably take up the practice was attended by pit"ills I* there by the billions and Mlltau To

complacently by so many had therebeen subject of making the county jail a shown by an iiKnUut told in Tbe Paper Not Endanger Life When aTitus- one who has not been at the dock tt Is

the interest there ought to have thoroughly fireproof building. of Connwtuut Valley Histor ville Citizen Shows You impossible to conceit of the M*. waters

been in the constant discussion of the kal Society:" the Cure of the bay being Week a. tefc

t There lived! In Rieflekl! a thrifty Why will people continue to suffer from the mass of mIBno 'L Ttoy
principles of free government. Im- Card of ThanksTo
dame. iu entt-rpristn! : driving woman the agonies of kidney complaint, are in such schools that is to It......-
perialism would not have the recep- the Good People of Titusv ille and Vi and .1 HotaWp housewife The good w backache, urinary disorders, lame ble to see clear water beneath u.-a.

; tion that it did had the Fourth of cinity. man was not willing to !OM. Sundiyeven'nc ness, headaches, languor, why allow -St. Petersburg Indepeo4Pat

July been observed as it ought to Myself and family most earnestly out of her catalogue of hou e- themselves to become chronic inva -- ---- -

.: have been observed and the advocates thank you, one and all, for your active work but she was pious withal and lids, when a certain cure is offered 110.'. This
strictly ked the day to the souse them?
earnest and valuable help
of imperialism and colonialism will on
: last Sunday eeninghenour home Imits MKMJ JH the vim was fairly' Doan's Kidney Pills is the remedy We offer One Hundred Dvttera Be.Mi/ea

grow less in proportion as the people and the jail adjoining was destroyed below! the horizon shE noild l begin brrwalnu.r to use because it gives to the kidneys any Hall's case Catarrh of catarrh CureFJCHENEY&Co. that ...DIMI41oe.... by"
take active interest in the rod get her tloiht ready for the
an perpet- by fire. help they need to perform .
: : Prof. T....*.0
uation of, the ideals of government No person except those in need d yin;: Imzht and early on Monday their work. If you have any, even We the undersigned have KMWB f.J.Ckr,
mom,115: one, of the symptoms of diseases ne> for the last 15 years,and believe atai .
R that led the patriots of 177C to pro- I. know the value of such help and we kidney MT
sonally honorable all
One clordy Sunday she supposingth in nsineM trMM 3M-
cure yourself before
now din
all return kindest and
you our warm- and
financially ale
mulgate the Declaration of Independence her Sun to carry oat sap aiiHaa
day w:t* hanged bates
dropsy brights disease
est thanks for jour help.Earnestly. or sets tions made y their firm. ?
and pledge to its support their yours. sac gown. ri>Vd! up her sleeve and in. Read this Titusv ille testimony: W'EhT.t Tavu:.

lives, their property and their sacred J. P. URO\\N AND F.UIILY. went towfK .\'; she was scrubbing i J. W. Webber, living on Main St., Wholesale Druggist. ToMo. Olin,
honor. away in the kitchen her face toward I Titusville, Fla., says: "I used Doan's Wholesale WALDIS SNNA ) \."'..
the vest window the oloud!: MiddenlybrV.e. ru'l( TokJe,1111
Can You Afford It? Kidney Pills and can say that they Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken iot.r
aid the great round Min hone" did me a great deal of good. My in g directly upon tbe loud and M" We are reading a good deal these Every community is judged by its In full on the poor Sibbath breaLer at back was very lame and sore and Sold faces by of all the system Prier 7St K, .gq,

days about returning to the real principles We of be- work She p vp one cry of amazement pained me intensely if I stooped or Halls Family druseists.Pills are Trstiuoaiale the Nt. free.
appearance. can, course, .
and horror and flrd the Ldtehen.After !
lifted anything. I
of Democracy, but the exhorters was kept in almost
come accustomed to all its irregularities that s'.nf'il dIY she never b< constant
s leave us in the dark as to what misery. My kidneys
delapidations and old-shoe com- ran her work): on Sunday evening were also very irregular and on account PianosVanted

they are. According to some critics forts, but does it pay? So with the of the two frequent action of If you ha\ea piano uiafct-
they consist almost solely of a tariff Methodist Church for Boynton the secretions, I was forced to arisemany sell you
teeth. People tell me, we can chew we sell it for you on 19
for revenue only! which should be Twelve hundred dollars has beer times during the night. I read cent commission. Indian Hivtr >ytr
smart" tilil-
"right on one or two teeth.
made the paramount issue and jet raised by citizens of Boynton for the about Doan's Kidney Pills, obtaineda sic House, Titusville, Fla.
They get use to seeing a chromo on box and had used them but short
of Methodistchurch. a _
the party has been defeated that purpose erecting a --
the wall complete indifference.Does time before I felt deal
-- great better.
Work will be commenced or
issue for number of NoticeNotice
a years. it ? By the time I had finished the con
pay the building at an early date, but a
Your friends : "How old she is tents of the one box the backache had is hereby given that tile
say decision has not been reached as to become tax
a thing of the past, and the assessor will
The Democratic meet with the
national committee bward'
beginning to look, her cheeks have i what is the best material to be used.It lameness and soreness had disappeared. county commissioners of Brevard of

needs money. A halt in the distribution fallen in so, she can'tbe long for this is thought that concrete building I am now able to rest well at ty, Florida at the clerk's office at conn Ti-

i'=, of literature is threatened world, etc., etc. Does all this pay? blocks will be favored, as they art: night, my back is much stronger, tusville 1908 Florida, on the 6th day of July

unless it is forthcoming, and those It is the duty of everyone to ap- II coming into general use in this Statein and "I am feeling better in every. of hearing, at 2 o'clock complaints p. m.and, for the pu!paM

Democrats who are inclined to coughup pear as well as they can as long as public buildings. The citizens of way.For sale by all dealers. Price timony as to the value of any receiving propertv te'

a little in support of their side of they can. Look at me, you would Boynton are wide-awake and the ae cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo 50 real or personal as fixed by the eomt\
assessor of
the campaign will find that to hand n't think I was over 100 years old, it's curing of funds for the new church New York,sole agents for the United of perfecting taxes, reviewing for the and year 19* sell

. it in right now will be doubly bene- because of my teeth. I can masticatethe Is but another proof of their prosperity States. the assessment rolls for said year egHaiiinp

} ficial. There will not be so much toughest Florida beef, my stom- and enterprise-Miami XewsRecord. Remember the name Doan's-and Chairman H. A. COSKLIM,
take no oth* r. of Board of County Connate
I difficulty about subscriptions to the ach can digest anything; an ostrichcan sioners, Breiard County Honda.

fund when the campaign is under my complexion would make a S..I..0n.X.A.. CASTOR=A. (Attest)

way and excitement and hope have Marechal Niel rose look pale-all due Bun the Bare A wan Bong"!"! Sean tie Ill taBtOB tan//hip BK# Clerk A. A.of STEWART Circuit
Sip&tue di Court and Clerk
-; i come together. I to perfect teeth. fit Slgaatvo of 11L1 Board of County Comnu.6isnc. of
By O. A. Stewart, Deput



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r .:::.1.}' l.<,',,-. r e"..""'frio"-f t.' Hurrah For the Fourth I Announcement for SenatorTo ROLLINS COLLEGE 'i''

-it "'j.('_, v.:4'\: ,!",:O "":1-'E, ..,, ..... .- s A glorious time is expected in Ti- the Voters of the 13th Senatorial District -

.: : ', usville: tomorrow, the Fourth of July Fellow Citizens: I am a candidatefor :Forl.d.a': Oldest Oo1.1.eK
,":jI' 6'P>- k..tB.rer*'- ." and a large crowd is already as- the senate and I stand for The College.Academy,and School*of Music ExprcMioo,RB Arts,Domestic aW ladu- +
"t.- -., Little! 'J 0 hn.andSEaby. sured of here. trial Arts and Biuia".
,rn\J' ,-- ,' being Compact.The Cam Kl. Ball and third men'dormitory now folng up; elec-trie light steam and .. .
'f. i { : special excursion rates from all pointson never has, and never can satisfy 'ear. Nearly a quarter million dollars endowment; expenses moderate;scholarships
; Tallable. Christian but undenominational;stands for
-. '
r : the East Coast of one and a third the demands of human nature. The

t .'Th it I.;1ft7 cOuntr1 -, fares for the round trip plus 25 cents Compact is a new science which Olaaxraotex Culture Oon.d-u.ot a ?

., 't hitah good from all points on the F. E. C.R'y teaches the true organization of so- Next session begins October 7. For catalogue address the]President

k: ..'ailon hurt. My tickets sold July 2nd, 3rd and ciety. I stand for The Compact because Wm. F. 'BLACKMAN, Ph. D., Winter Park, Fla.

;rapture with 4th, limited to July 8th. it will satisfy the demands of

tt.ri1IL The programme has been arrangedto human nature 'perfectly. The prin-

I'v*' bought a please the visitors to our town ciples of The Compact are stated in KIBLINGER AUTOMOBILE i
tS gun for little without tiring them out. a small tract which I will send to any .

John kind the Motor boats are already entered one making the request. Buggy Type

r lomttimos. that from distant points up and down the The declarations of the candidatesbefore HIGH WHEELS SOLID TIRES STANDARD TREAD

kill.. coast and this promises to be a lively the late primaries are evidence ,

And Susie hat a contest: both as to speed and in num- of the maladjustment of our S53"7S eLud oxp;

pistol too. berof> entries. social relations. Every candidate '
She'll burn Catalogue Free W. P. UNDERWOOD, Fort Fierce Fla.
ti The baseball contest between Eau advocated some needed reform. The r
herself, I f ear. wstrow
I .But what's the Gallie and Titusville will be the great candidates and the people were di- MAMA e

difference if I'VE BOUGHT A Gmt event of the afternoon and one of vided. All were antagonistic. The

1f she doss It', FOB LITTLE JOH21." the best attractions of the day. A struggle for supremacy must! continue -

only once a yearl grand stand has been provided for while political organization'lasts.

r 11;: That be I in said.patriotism lack It never shall the pleasure of spectators.The Under The Compact,which is society I HARDWAREJas. [

The. baby has some crackers now that day's celebration will close organized for the purpose of satisfying ,

might blow off his head. with a grand ball in the evening in the demands of human na-

a They're somewhat dangerous; they're the Titusville opera house. Music ture, unity will take the place of discord -

t filled with dynamite, I hear. will be furnished by the Titusville under the Compact the world Pritchard & Son
But shoot them
off, my darling child; .
'tis only i orchestra. The dancers can return will turn to useful service the energy
once a year. '
} t. southward on the 11:18 p. m. train; now wasted in cruel conflict.I :

I've heard that rockets have been northward at 2:30 a. m. am not standing for an ideal, a Handle the Finest Lines of 'J !
"* known to put out children's I
eyes.Of theory, or a hoary precedent, I am
course in every childish sport some Fourth of July CelebrationAT Heavy and Shelf Hardware f
danger lurking Ii... standing for a scientific truth.
i t
We'll have to take our chance of thatthey Every reader can know that The .1'

mustn't stand too nearFor .. TITUSVILLE, FLA. Compact is a science. I am preparedto ,t

we must celebrate the Fourth; 'tis OFFICIAL PROGRAMME discuss the facts and the principles Our Stock of ::1

only once a year 9:00 Concert Indian River
a. m. by
: of The Compact with anyone
'' 80, though the Guns and Goods ;
t baby's blown band t Indian River bank who wishes to make an investigation.There Sporting if.

\ s+ to bits andJohnny. cornet committee.; Capt Jas. Pritch- [ are only three new facts: is complete at all times If.f 0t

lost ard,
1. The law of demand.
r' \ his sight, 9:30 a. m. Motor Boat Races start t ,.
2. The natural division of society.

,} 1kii'411- Though Susie'shair is all! up front on of the town river,, Com.right 3. Organization for the purposeof Paints and Oils of Quality f l lone

; burnt off by satisfying the demands of human
S time that, it Lorillard, committee.Will nature.I of our Specialties I. '

is night, last two hours. The
not leader but I
am posing as a ,
- I'll sing "My judges will be Dean P. J.
am necessarily in the position of a
r; / country of thee,," His In Robottom, Mr. Geo. Bat teacher. Quotations for large or small orders will

# accents loud tle, Dr. H. G. Utley. The man who votes for The Com- be given personal attention. Mail Orders t'

k 4.q and clear, Time-keepers, Messrs. A. pact is not a supporter or follower, solicited and promptly filled
'.' For I ,have kept Brady, G. M. Robbins.
upon\ does
-z- he does not depend me,
wcarnc rt** the glorious Starter, J. Lorillard, Jr. TXJIUSVZLLEOOK:
Fourth pot need me. His vote means a de-
p *' which comes 2:30 p. m. Bicycle Races, to start, mand for an industrial organization

"THOUGH THIBABT'SBLOW but once a from Indian River bank: satis- :
TO BITS. of society which can and must y

year. corner,E.B. Wager,com. fy all natural demand. A vote for --- ,
-Elsie Duncan Yale in Lippincott's. mittee.
The Compact means that the voter

tI Pineapple ShipmentsSolid !3:30 p. m. Baseball Game between understands his rights and how to $ ;: A U oa
Eau Gallie and Titusville, b : t'
train loads of pineapples are secure them.I ". d tboss r
The Bert Johnson, committee. ..Jbr o.r el.., W me for tkag EDI T
now going forward every day. stand on this proposition: ... iIIw.'re' ...1 deacrpti.e ..
Grand Ball at the Titus- .
average shipment is about one hun 8:30 p. m. The Compact will satisfy the de- todaF.II.>tor in. Nu.ntee your b wuKijr mc. i

dred carloads daily which will probably "ville Opera House, music W rile l..f Catalog '
pa Titusville orchestra mands of human nature perfectly.The Tlw Iv,eil Bid order Book ko...i. 48 rears:b...uw>., !
be kept up until about July 1st, by proposition requires study and Deal THE FRASKLIN-TURNtK CO. 6 .111"l j SU "",ntl,GI- ;

when shipments will drop to ten and W. S. Branning, committee. every statement of The Compact m___ ____n__ I r
twenty carloads, and gradually dimin- I
should be verified. Luxuriant Orange Trees
ish to only local shipments before the COLUMBIA COLLEGECoEDUCATIONAL
: middle of July. The crop will only Motor Boat Races Whether the assumption is that Never since the orange trees were

be about sixty per cent of a full crop The following races for motor boats The Compact is false or that it is true killed in 1895 have they looked as ( ) 0

but prices are holding at a fairly good have been arranged for the Fourthof does not matter provided there follows prosperous as they do now. All the Lake City, Fla. R

figure with prospects of continuing July celebration at Titusville: a thorough investigation.The orange trees in this section that have
from other sec- existence in the popular mindof :been cultivated are looking well and Columbia college offers splendid opportunities -
unless peaches or Class A-speed boats of 12 miles for young men and young women who
tions should come in competition with" and over, to be raced according to the idea that there is an enemy of made a vigorous growth this season. wish to fit themselves for usefulness and success -
ind with the good rains that wp have in life. While we aim at mental culture
Lucie County is without foundation.But .
the not
the pineapples.-St. time handed in, and if they exceed people the practical is not overlooked and moral
had recently they will put out an unus
une. time to be penalized double. the real enemy is political orga- training is emphasized.
such ual growth this summer.A large per The organization of the college; into the rev.eral
will be first and second prizes, nization. schools covers the entire education of the
- ; $3,000 Home Burnt Up There cent of the trees will double in size.
silver The notion that a king a railroador student: .
A dispatch from Lakeland to the consisting of handsome cups. Many of the trees are heavily fruited I. TUE ScHOOL OF ACADEXIC 0 : -Preparatory tl
miles. a corporation is the enemy, is a to the college
Tampa Tribune, says: "Thursday Course 9 and as there are more bearing trees
night the home of J. L. Wallace just Class B-Motor boats of speed 8 to delusion.A this year than last, the crop will be I the languages, the silences, mathematics '"

south of town was burned to the 12 miles per hour. Boats in this broader knowledge will show much larger. The prospects of the I I etc. ,
ground, the house and furnishings being class will start from an anchor with that all the ills of society must disap- orange industry are brighter now painting. etc. .f

a total loss. When Mr. Wallace engine not in motion, anchor to be pear under the natural organizationof than they have been in a number of IV. THE SCHOOL etc. or PEO
awoke the entire house was a mass of raised and engine started at signal society. Our ignorance, not the of 3.ears.-San ford Chronicle. V training THE JSCHOOL OF THE BBU-"tudyof t
short time was laws of creation, has produced human God's word and rehziuiia culture, etc. If
flames and in a very First and second prizes,
from a gun. VI THE SCHOOL OF Bcai5fs-Bookkeeping j
destroyed. Only about $50 worth of consisting of handsome silver cups. misery. ADHEMAR BRADY. Suit Brought For WagesA stenozrapny. ete. 'f
sa\ed. The VII. OF > :
household goods were Course 6 miles. Pensacola dispatch to the Times- Cooking dresamakinz. needle work, etc.
loss will be between $2,000 and $:,OO'J Class C-Motor boats of speed not Valued Same as Gold Union says that the entire crew of VIII. THE SCHOOL OF PaTIULR't@- 1

with about $1,500 insurance. Mr miles hour Boatsin B. G. Stewart a merchant of Cedar View the fishing schooner Caldwin H. Colt Gardening. dairying: poultry will firm the etc.stasesin '
exceeding per Competent
the Miss, "I tell customers when they .
Wallace was away from home at says: my have brought suit against the Warren the above named s*>hi> U, Faci'iti'-s and
this class will also start from an buy a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills they
time being in Mulberry, the guest 01 get the worth of that much gold in weight if Fish Company for wages claiming the ':: apparatus have Iwrn povde in motion the wori in the several departments.
not demonstrate
with engine ,
of the fire is un anchor afflicted with constipation malaria or bilious
friends. The origin firm refused to take a cargo of fish .
anchor to be raised and engine to be ness. Sold under guarantee at Banner Drug Home offers advantages
The College
known. Store. 23:. brought to port recently. The firm I I ;
s started at signal from a gun. Six at reduced chant11'e sum at the
bases its refusal to take the fish on :i best putoihle education at tbe lowest cost consistent .
Shaded Tobacco in Leon cash prizes-$8, $5, $4, $3 $2 and$1. Canning PineapplesThe the fact that the cargo of 20,000 i I with comfort nes ta" s:: and social dig ?.
shaded tobacco grow- nity.
Leon county harvesting course 6 miles. Delray Canning Company received pounds could not pass inspection and I I Fall term begins September 30th. 1'jOS.
ers are nowadays as busy as bees Class C starts at 9:30 a. m. the third car load of cans for therefore they were relieved of any re-i i Fur information and cutilo;ues apply to

an excellent crop of this very. Class B starts at 10:30 a. m. use in the factory this last week. The sponsibility. The suit is the first of'' G. A. NUNNALLY, President tt

best cigar leaf Sumatra wrapper shaded Class A starts at 11:30 a. m. I factory has been running very steadyfor its character ever brought in Pensacola. i I' -- --- .- ----- --- --'

; tobacco. Both the shade and outdoor Boats must be entered in such some weeks now, employing over 'I CITATION NOTICE

crops give promise if properly events as correspond with their best one hundred hands. This is the best IS THE CIRCUIT COURT IS AND For
handled and cured, of being extra the Thj .n.rEDnd hand bags and burlap; ''I BKEVAKD coC NTY. FLORIDA
season in history of factory. \\t'laY'
speed. kind quantity anywhere;
are any any
tobacco growers IX CHANCERYEoyal
good, and as our mistake I Entries to be made to Com. J. price paid for fruit has been 90 cents freight-KICHMOSD BAG CO.. RichmondVa.
watching every point that no I J. Whitney, Complainant vs. Mathieu
in handling the crop Lorillard, Jr., Titusville, Fla., up to per crate net to grower. Some who !*ouvielle! and his:: wir Eliza M aouvielle C
shall be made : have shipped their pines have received Weekly Weather Iteport. and Sarah C. lvFri....e and her husband!
this year all hope to secure the very July 2nd as low as 13 cents returns and today JcpiTtR. FL\, June 1908. I Lafayette Hoyt DeFne-e Drfen-Unta:
their tobacco. Leon is Entries are free and all motor boat
best prices for returns were received for pines Comparative statement o' temperatures! NOTICE;:TO Nos-RiziDENT DEILXDAXTK
Gadsden in produc- cordially invited to enter for the week ending Tuesday.
to are and rainfall .
a good second shipped in May and early in June, To Sarah C. DeFries-e and her husband Lafayette
extra fine grade of tobacco, and their boats in these events. lees 1907 I Hoyt De Fries*, Defendants:
ing an netting, only 50 cents per crate. Some DATE MAX. MIX. M'X. MIX.
people are much encouraged over June 2.'o!-2 74 5.- 4S4 ; HEREBY KEtjUIBED TO AP-
our home industry.
for this season.-Tallahassee Help for Those Who Have Stomach times it pays to patronize 2., H 74 "0 tbe Bill Complaint fated herem
the prospects Trouble .-Tropical Sun. 26.s4 7** 52 72 against! you in the above entitled cause on or
True-Democrat. 27. Mi 70 e3 72 before the third day of August A. D. 111I! *.
--- After doctoring for about twelve years Cora to 2a. 1'3 70 56 i9 THE FLORIDA STAR is henby designated M
Starved to Deathis bad stomach trouble and spending nearly five' A Californian's Luck 24.: N -. 58 71"SOS the newspaper in which this order shall be
cbil hundred dollars for medicine and doctors to1 73 8-1 71 published once a week for eight consecutive
c said of many wife box of Cham "The luckiest day of my life was when I 1
what fees. I purchased my one I weeks.
die.tTheylhave worms, poor little Arnica Salve." Total rainfall for the week 2.01 inches.
dren berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, which bought a box of Bucklen's Witness baud and seal of oHice this 5th
don't rea- week .77 my
rainfall for the plus
know it and you Budahn. of Tracy California. Departure
don't Chas. F '
that she continued to writes .
thnga-they fretCul. JIItY did her so much good I day of June. A. D. 1908.j
lize it. lC your child is cross, use them and they have done her more good "Two 25c; boxes cured me of an annoying inches. minus Seal of A. A. STEWART,
apparent rainfall since Jan. 1st j
and loses weight DO bt'fol't"- of itching' piles. which had troubled me Departure
medicine I bought ease
complexion t'rmiCuge, than all of the I I Circuit Court ) Clerk Circuit Court,
give White's Cream Folsom, Iowa. This medicineis for years and that yielded to no other treat- 4.60 inches.
prison. and howqnicklY Samuel Boyer. By O. A. Stewart. D. aD.
results H. P.lHRDis.
'S you wiU be snrpnsea Sol l by> Titusville Phar- for sale by Titusville Pharmacy. Samplesfree. nieut" Sold under guarantee Banner Drug Official in Charge. I L. Gaaldtc,vciplaioaat's Solicitor.
it picks up. Store.
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"a In 1898 to supply funds for the war ca shall employ Itself by fighting Japanor men and the deputy factory Inspector. '''eakensYour

with Spain. He will not redeem the organizing the co-operative techtel but toe district attorney re- Over-Work
.tl 1EEP l bonds but will refund them into 2 percert monwealth." fused to proceed against them. Kidneys.

tends, which banks will probably oosevelt's[ Holiday.M.nage. Two Land Grafters Convicted.At .

be glad to get as a basis for new cireu Just before leaving Washington for Washington a Jury found gritty Unhealthy EWncys Hate Impure B1oOIt.

1 lation.A Boundary Reservation. hIs PresIdent summer Roosevelt vacation at Oyster Bay. Taftin two of?the. F.westerners A. Hyde on and trial Joost for land H. All the blood layout body passes through

:UN 'i WORLD The president has proclaimed the l ng to a friend litho was suggested quoted that as say he Schneider but your kidneys once every The three kidneys mlnntrt.are your

i': : reservation of strips of land along the. had earned a vacation: "Do not waste John g 5 sp-l blood purifiers the) filter -

Canadian border thirty feet wide for who
any sympathy on me. I have enjoyed t i out the waste or

} the better enforcement of the customs every minute of my stay here, and my Impurities la the blood.

and immigration laws. This applies thanks are due to the American people the If they are sick or out

only to unappropriated lands. nacquitted the of order they fail to daJ11'
.i and not theirs to me, for the
. ; ft's Place In Cabinet to Be opportunity their work.
; in
Fending Off the Anarchists. I have had to serve them. I aches andrheu-

.:" Filled by Wright-Militia In The department of commerce and love, had a perfectly corking time." and matism Pains, come from excess -

: 6" : labor has recently completed the establishment Accompanied by Mrs.Roosevelt and the \.. 1>1- cf uric acid in the
; 't 1
Standing Army-Bryan Says _a .
[ :
mond. Reasonh
; rest of the family the president returned blood due to neglected

I i t Republican Platform Is a Call of bureaus of information at to his summer home on the 20th. ;: b f and Dimond kidney trouble.
several Important European ports. especially
were acquitted Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
Gompers Not Satisfied.In .
: to Retreat-Gompers Not Satisfied at Naples, Marseilles and on all of the heart beats, and makes one feel u though
k lla of an editorial for the July Federa- !fJff the heart
nee where the investigation the fortytwo they had heart trouble because is
:..4 Persian Constitutionalists ionlst President Gompers of the Amer
-. records of suspicious aliens may be ; counts. while over-working in purrpiaj thick kidney-
i J undertaken quietly. Lists of such lean Federation of Labor condemns John A. Benson. poisoned blood through veins and arteries. .
Crushed by Guns of per the other two
he injunction It used to be considered that only
have plank adopted by ,the'hicago urinary :
sons begun to come to the immigration were convicted on all but ten of the '
: troubles were to be traced to the kidneys
Shah-Ex-President Cleveland convention, saying "labor cannot -
authorities in this
country counts. The verdict was rendered after
but modern science that nearlyall
f; Ii.I be satisfied with ,any makeshift or now proves
New Name For the Florida. he had been
\ Dead. Jury out seventy-two constitutional diseases have their beginning :
halfway promise. The moment has arrived -
The monitor Florida which was hours. The convicted men later filed in kidney trouble.If >> ;

made the target of big guns and a torpedo for a total change of government notice of an appeal Already Benson is you are sick you can make no mistake :

i < I EXECUTIVE I as a test recently has been putout policy toward the workers. Candidates under a ten months' sentence in Call{ by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
for positions must be clear their Kilmer'sSwampRoot
'if upon and the extraordinary effect cf Dr. f
: > of commission for repair, which forms but this has been appealed.SCIENTIFIC .
.. attitude toward the demands which la- the great kidney remedy Is
'jj >'. > Wright- I IT Taft Place. will cost about $,", ,OOO. Then the ship bur makes for justice and right not for soon realized. It stands the highest for its

Y' ; ::- The resignation of Secretary of War see.will be rechrbtened as the TallahasPOLITICAL some Indefinite time In the future, but I I wonderful cures of the most distressing cases:

Q Taft having been accepted to take ef. now. Property rights must be maintained and

r f ; 4 feet June 30 thepnsldent made but prior to this and far beyond Record by tsSOldoDltsmerlts.!
Aeroplane Flight. cent
;/-: known his decision to appoint to the I I ho rights of property must come the es.

I: ;f.- office thu vacated Luke E. Wright, the r right of men. The workers have Delagrange, the French aeronaut sample bottle by mail bow oe e".Paaoe.
Continuing hIs aeroplane tests at Milan.
Memphis lawyer and Confederate vet leaded, appealed and besought the free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
4 .'" Bryan on Republican Platform. responsible, but all in vain. Italy, has! surpassed all previous records bladder trouble.
i eran who succeeded Taft as governor Hewers out if you have kidney or :

president was influenced Democratic party for the presidencyhas as a substitute for performance." minutes, during; all which time his machine fit Co., Binghamton N. Y.

chiefly by the to say about the Republican doings tempers has nothing to say about the was between ten and eighteen Don't make any mistake but renumber

1 .; record of Wright at Chicago last week Is of inter- Republican candidate. feet high.Zeppelin the name: Swamp-rout, Dr. Kilmer's 6w
est to all Root, and the address, CiDgbawpton N 1..
V'V but also by the desire people of parties. In a signed Hitchcock to the Rear. Airship Does Stunts. ,

.. Sa. ?t rt to recognize statement for the Commoner he di- At 'the very moment that Frank II. During the latest test of the Zeppelin on> every bottle- ---- _--J -- -- --

the tact that there rects attention to the way In which the Hitchcock emerged from the Chicago airship on Lake Constance. Switzer-
h conventIou turned down the Cooper .
r Is dl land the malned In the
no longer any contest flushed with the victory of have

, it a viding line between minority report and the La Follette l ng nominated his man and when it air two hours turning stopping, backIng -
From River Tellsof
s the north and the programme containing several of the was generally expected that he wouldbe sinking and rising at the will of "
policies advocated by the president I a "Noah's Ark.
south. In forma the onerator
chosen by Taft to manage the cam
is Referring to the fact that fifty-two The stun of the existence: of a big
statement Wright palgn it. was announced at the Cin
,r' Luke K. Wright. the members of the committee were I COMMERCIALGuggenheim I ship ou a high till I overlooking a string
praised as being dun at! conference of leaders that he
against; the report to one for it he of lakes fifty uiiies from the bed of
man best equipped to take the
up tad declined to serve owing to the
.dJs that "the Republicans will find <'lurdl'ltlrt"! river has been brought to
work of the department. In reviewing condition of his health. While it was a'act Sees New Era.
!e ratio of fifty-two to one a very Vaw un by N. J, Crown a recent arrival -
his record the president speaks of the that the astute Taft manager was Back at his New York desk after a
s mbarrassing one to deal with in the fr...i That district say a TactH&adispatch
fine work Wright did at Memphis in much worn by his exertions at Chicago vacation of Jour months abroad Daniel
onilctj campaign. lie also points out It tits iu with the story told
organizing relief work during the days the Impression was that he had got: out Guggenheim of tbe smelter trust In an "
that the vote in the convention was yearsaguotthe 'flndiugofuah'sark..
of the yellow fever epidemic when be of the way to show his unselfish devotion nteniew took a roseate view of the
'was'atrfcken nine to one against the report Recalling The big structure a> JescribtMl by .
by the plague but recov to Taft and to promote party bar business outlook. lIe J
'; ered to the fact that Taft had sent a Brown way hive been a ltu.v lao fort
take In
; part Introducing hygienic mony. k' ti- said that
. r which letter to Burrows urging campaign European He believes it was a sort of Noattag
measures have made that .
V financiers
1 p city one of the model health cities of publicity, Bryan asks -Who will deny Georgia Against Bryan. ; of the were confident fort constructed ia some of tbe late .

that this the The twenty-six delegates selected by quick Iusslau settlers and later
'!' the world. Mr. Wright's later official on subject Republican by early
return of
,\ honor party Is retreating?" Again recallingthat the Georgia Democratic convention to prosperity abandoned The structure t. oe
was his appointment as the first in America Tbe
ambassador the La Follette plank for the go to Denver were uninstructed and It l story high measuring twelve to fourteen -
::, to Japan. s e e" ;; i r panic he describedas
valuation of railroads Is asserted that they Hill the ; feet .
physical was oppose a tu tile eave> It I* 100 yard

'.'; f Credit to Torpedo Fleet. voted down in the convention 917 to nomination of Bryan as the unit rule! ct as a "cleaning of long, BnMiu says, and U wade with

_.. t H'. In a letter to Commander Hutch L. 03 he remarks "Here is a retreat on has been adopted. In spite of this the 5r the Augean stables." copper nails, bolts aDd wi&t ben. It
} Cone of the torPedo a4 ., Now he said salaries
flotilla which -
the railroad question." The injunction Bryan managers now claim that they ? ; has ilo>rs and windows iu the upper

made the voyage from Hampton Roads plank adopted by the Republicans Bryan have two-thirds of the delegates to the and wages had works and bear xvultar letters ..- ,

to San Francisco President Roosevelt calls a third retreat from the position national convention pledged for their: = been cut down to known by any traveler be>kl s some !
e says that If he could draw any distinction man. hard pan and the
taken by Roosevelt and Taft. He : Iusiaa words.
; between the work of the bat various wastes and
goes on to say that the Chicago plat- Daniel IndLins in the vicinity go to the &*ar- I

i' Ueship crews and the men of the destroyers form is silent on tbe income tax which LEGAL-CRIM-INAL helm Gugsenjoaks stopped. Said by lake to !fish Some of them have I
it would be In favor of the J I Uugenbeimeo I
. he had advocated used the
president as a cure huge traftrf'r drying salohjo
i latter. He adds that the voyage of the scattered money too freely. A big; con
for swollen fortunes and A
similarly as majority of the tribe iwwever. are I
t: destroyers Is a notable feat cern would hire a $JO.OOO man and
even more to the Inheritance tax. He says the The twenty-four members of the paper pay superstitious, and the wh>K; trite ban
1' and he would like to thank each member him $25,000 or more just to keep a rival -
: platform is client on corporate con- pool known as the Manila Paper : now moved a hundred miles to get
of the from getting him. It was the same
personally. spiracies, which the president sent a and Fiber company at New York were 1 away from it
r' all the way down the line to the
Army of 250,000 Now Planned. message about and that the conven- fined $1.000 each by Judge Hough in
laborer. A
man with
a would
I During the recent army maneuvers tion (ll'fl'atE.'lI-SGG to 114-the plank for he federal court they having pleaded pick
command $250 to $3 for hour
an eight
I' -?" at Pine Plain. N Y.. Assistant Secretary the popular election of senators which guilty. The fine wa paid and the assoclation ;
day nUll do four hours' work. Now the
t r of War Oliver gave out the Information the national house had indorsed five dissolved.
x lY men are earning what
they are paid
r i> '. f", ', that a plan had been perfected times, twice when Republican Race War In Texas Serious. Uben business starts up again everything -
by means of which the various La Follette and Foraker Too.
culmination of hard feeling between will lie in trim for profitable
l 1 state militia and the regulars were tot Both Senator La Follette and Senator the whites and blacks of Sabine work.

t be amalgamated Into a standing army Foraker have now sent message"\ county. Tex.. and of several recent Lackawanna Branches strengthen the the digesthc TORPID LIVER,
Out. organs
t of 250,000 men ready to answer the of loyalty to Candidate Taft The murders therein was the lynching; of regulate the bowels, and axe unequaled -
,. call of the president. Oliver said th What business men regard as a sign
Ohioan expressed congratulations! aDd six negroes by a mob of whites, who as anAVT1B1L10US

k,., word militia was now a misnomer r wish for success though fearing hi:3 broke into the jail at Hemphill and of better times ahead is the decisionof MEDltW !
and that the state in the directors of the Lackawanna ,
troops are reality action would be "unwelcome or mis.- took! six colored prisoners out to their
4.: United States volunteers. In the event understood" Taft in assuredhim railroad to spend $11,0110,000 in imro In malarial districts their virtues
reply death five
being hung to the same tree
Z. t: of trouble tbe state > \emeuts. The assurance of bumper are'iJely recognized, as the) possess ;
any organizationwill
s that the note gave great pleasure and the sixth shot a*, he was trjlng to peculiar properties in freeing :
becomt"etlre units of the regular What the Wisconsin radical said i,. get away. The negroes had then bt'JotOIl crops is a factor in this decision and] the system from that poison tic*

army absolutely under the control o f worth quoting in full, as follows: the charge of having murdered] changed conditions all along the line gantl% sugar coated

the federal government "This scheme." "While the platform is disappointingin Hugh Dean a white man, about three favored It. Other railroads are prepar- Teke No Substitute. i
Bald the "is first tug to take similar action.
secretary the mov some fundamental provisions! am 1 weeks ago. State trw>p* were ordered l -_
In the plan to make this country :It An International Steel Trust. I
omissions and 1 shall claim the right t to the scene to preserve order.

military power Before this we fair to say so. I congratulate you most sincerely New York Ice Trust Held. Despite numerous and repeated denials SUBSCRIBE FOR THE !

bad no authority over the state troops and In the faith that you are r' from parties interrsto !. t' .- r- FLORIDA
Four indictments TIMES UNION
the result of
t What we propose to do Is to organlz more cearly In accord with the :::n'H port[ from London that a j- ::: i.ttr

F them and the regulars Into eight army body of llE'publitanrott.rg than the the New York grand jurj's inn<4tha' national steel 1 combination is in pn*' The Great State Paper
faun of
the of the Americanltt
corps, the first of which will II e th e platform I shall do all in my lower t,' ess of formation gains credence Th DilLY AN:V M',VI .l. V< :- i.l ;

? forces in New England and the cast. insure your eleUiuu : company all charging unlawful restraint largest e,...>\I .. ..MX: .V,>ukt:, .'n> i
of trade This : to. '
:: is n-sartleil; a s
ern states" It is proposed to buy a ita are said to l-e included. (
Taft Disclaims Originality. a lap at Jerome, who found that there The
large tract at Pine Plain for n perma, SemlAYeeJJy Tlmes-lnidfl anJ i
That Candidate Taft still "l'l.1t1..1to Changes In Standard Oil.
is mss n<1 eviileiK-e which t base
nent drill ground of the first on > :& The Farmer and Fruit
corps the Uoose\elt |H>iuie*> 013.1'. (' .imlzM 'as" against the trust II. M. I lis-r! has resigned as a vUvSitlont (iro er. 1

't The new plan is expects! to obvlit> from the artUle te has written iiI prt ; of the tlndH'd Oil company tbe Friday Usut of he semi Weekly d.
all confusion, as regiment will Public Service Craft Hit. 'otedwsgncutturalaudCluutrulk Uwe
every the ouTvnl I'o'HiTx!! In it In- saps i it antI his j I'I l;:w is taken by W. H Til-I IOCK eU: The t,"o r''r cn fur ti Wperear I
I know where it 1It'IM'; and where It i i; I' .I.. Ininiel. a member of the Co- Mail us your 4uU>cr1|>lluD
remained for Rx" plact' as treasurer i Is taker
to rl'port.t seven other points ex lumlms (Oaf board: of public sert'iee. {
the eople will res{*>uJ to a strung an* !,'' C. Jl I'ratt. formerly secret; )' FloridiTimesUaionJieksofiiille.Fli.There i
ten"ive concentration camps are to E- who was recently put out of lUke because
true le;\Jerhijh .n the hour hacrone Wal'er JeeciD-i: becomes the secrotary -
purchased of a street pacing scandal forestalled
for great reforms' and that "th n ,

Press Muzzle Order Issued. poll: "ios which he inaugurated mu t UontiiiHwl : trial voluntarily l plead'asrnltj : ; The Business Outlook.
t He was sentenced to foil
The n('w Hw directed ajr'nst th r a"II rl' Ae'i'inM! ." loiter re (
: c-irs in p:i.01. a:.<1 :i :ire of $1.OWRate The last weekly statement Is ue l lII ,\
t radical press has teen executed by th" *Vrriii4 to this Taft adds "They artr'it ,
el. I i Ca
uu says:
t. otniaster general in orders to th> ,i'i 1 they are fie policies of the e Track Police Enjoined. Midsummer quiet! h auxaientol tiisjear DIARRHOEA

postmasters tellm<: them that they ar (ltc'OIfO. F,>r that reason his success**r TIio efforts of the New York city p<>
11) the general contraction tha
to refuse the mills to all papers whic! rise well disregard any charge of lar k lice authorities to eufoTe the rc
In their judgment contain article; of ori i ioalit> if he ilov* not make a n anti rae trash laws received a tetl.u.t'I1P11 is no need of I
V ; an] ruJjstry. but vp'endul! [pro,- anyone surte--
l!' which: "teud to incite to arson munll'fJ ntlrt'IJ new programme of bU own." \\ the city :supreme court granter 1 lag ling wan thIS diSt:2.,", for
ress of the cro,s strensihens : ( ta J
and assassination" and to hold up all p:\' A Socialist Prophecy. the Coney Island ,Jockey club a restraining etlect a quick:: cure it is on:
d'nf't" in the future and prepira'n y net.;
.; feces in foreign language likely to haw order to prevent the poi!lce saiy to take a few doses ofChamberlain's
tliylord editorial
in a leading for a l lar volume of fall business is:
V objectionable matter pending examlnatlon from Interfering with Individuals:: or I
for the July issue of \\ IKhire'Magazine gradually ir.t'reusing the percentage" of
p of n translation of such matte makes the the property of the club or from preventing
following I'red Ie. active machinery Erratic fluctuation y

to be furnished by the proprietor of tioi: "\\ i!:hire is not afraid of beau; the lawful use of said property in i rtcc-> of raw material retarded! im'

said papers The only appeal from on the record of predicting that not h and from trespassing upon the property llfO\f'mt'nt in the cotton goods Industry Colic, Cholera and I

___ the decision of the postmaster will b E- in;: but a :great: war coming within th e but th" recent sharp advance ID Diarrhoea I

t to the department at Washington. next five years can save the presen First Boyertown Arrest. hides and leather on account of smut I ncrnody I

I Scout Salem Beats Record. ':apiti-; system It's a matter of n o At last after the elapse of nearly six east'ipis of cattle faih-d to check pro g. In fact, in most case ,

eY" In her trial trip off the Maine coast particular economic Importance as to months vince the burning of the Boyortown tees at shoe factories and a fair ton su.ucnt.. It never fails one and dole is ,i

,(j the new scout cruiser Salem beat ti he wliL-h nations fight; or what they fight (Pa.t theater resulting iu the los nage of new business is received by relied upon in the most severe can and be t!

record of her'sister ship, the Cheste, about or who \\"ins. The main thing Is of 1.1 lives tie first arrest has bee the steel mills. Semiannual clearance dangerous cases It ia equally valuable 1

a by steaming a mile at the rate of that they spend money enough to eng e. made, that of Dr. Thomas II. Rboatls sales of dry good were well attended. of 'for children and is the means .I

t .:,V 26SS5 knots an hour and averaghi ate demand enough to set the wbee!s the owner of the building, on the country merchants replenishing depleted each liavmg the lives of many children

2591 knots an hour for five miles. of laaustry spinning and relieve th! e charge violating the factory laws i n stocks at satisfactory prices aDd In the's f

t Will Refund War Bonds. world from the menace of bankrupt maintaining a building dangerous to reports from all sections of the country has ever met with history no medicine

The secretary of the treasury ha i capitalists and unemployed workingmen. the public safety. The coroner's jury testify to a good distribution o f greater succeS

decided to retire the 164,000,000 Issue It may be up to him (Tan I had asked the indictment of tbe PRICE 25c. URGE SIZE 50c.

as president to decide whethermeri woman who managed the entertain '
Qt outstanding 3_per cent bong issued Continued on page 7

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