The Florida star ( July 10, 1908 )

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Material Information

Title:
The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Star
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
July 10, 1908
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID:
UF00075901:00292

Related Items

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

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TIT" uVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1908


NO. 18


Jiot toS Oqrnl*SI Alloq, l'It fo t:40 qoo4 of OtliSSS AlSO.


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-- a wek for Colorado, where he
:. d :--|~ Ba--B -Yr.
k. Lo A. A. y was quite sick


ar. and Mrs. H. B. Gibbous are
-M aernng in Chicago, but later
w vit rela tives at Akron, Ohio.
Owingto the ilmes Mr. L. A.
Bm*d, Mr. K. E. Knox was called
fr Miami for aday or so this week.
Jme Groner in having great qpart
with Mi motor eyle, having just s-
emedtheaoned lqa l at by J. W.
IaWet Cat Oesa.
Mail aerk C. B. Kingman left a
few days ago oa his annual vacation,
wheh wil be qsp t a Idan Springs
nd in North CoOn
The old faioed ie rema is hard
mon d~san. Our ew Prce s"
ran i re digested, and so harm-
less for eldr and iivalid Ba-

Mr. Ge. M. Rebbins was called to
Fat Pi~ this week where be is de-
mi sa aWrmey in a $a0,000 dam-
sak nlughlat gai- t te F. E. C.

MIrS. F. Gray, a former old time
reddan of Titusville, but nowof Ca-
urs W made a business trip over
last Friay, remaining over next day
to take in the celebration of the 4th.
Mrm Gingrasand three interest-
ing bildren, Master Gardner and
George and little Miss Bernice ac-
companied Mr. G. up in the fine racer
Sept. on the morning of the

One of the two white convicts re-
eatly carried from here to the Mims
coeviet camp died the first of the
week from what the physicians pro-
nounce self-induced hysteria. His
name was Ira French.
Acard from Mrs. M. A. Scrim-
eour, showing some of the beauti-
ful seaery of R-di-nd Cal., an-
nousnes her safe arrival in that
plare, where, she says, THru STAR
reaches her in due time.
Mrs. C. A. Carpenter, of Philadel-
pa, arrived Jast Friday afternoon
on a visit to her sisters, Mrs. J. Wa-
jge d M issE. J. Clapper, whom she
IWd st ma in nearly twenty years.
This b her fit visit to Florida.
Mr. ad Mr. E. M. Holman, of
ytona, were the guestsof Mr. and
Mrs F. A. Morgan from Friday un-
til Sunday morning when they took
mearlystartfor their return. They
made the trip in their commodious
launch.
The Methodist Sunday school yes-
terday joined with the school at Co-
coa in a grand Sunday school picnic,
goig down on the launch Lena.
heyada splendid time, the weath-
er being just perfect, and arrived
home about 6 o'clock last night.
Fine Monday Offerinigs of Men's
Clothing
We will put on sale about 500 pairs
men's trousers in all the new and up-
to-date patterns; prices ranging from
$2. to $5M.
Men's clothing-blue serge suits
worth $18.00, special Monday only,
SJUuLIUS KUNE.
Titusville Fla.
Wood For Sale
Pine or oak, ay nth. Aleo pow-
and hsrrowig. Sm r addrrs J.
w. Jaawa, Ttul~ie, Fla


Draying
Drayingrhaug of all kinds propt-
ly ~sfcim t&. Meet all train= Pm
H. E. HoLToN,
Titusville, Fla.


THE ABBOTT SHOES
You wo't look twice at yor three
dollar and a half afer you've looked
attheAbbotL. Itithe be't three
dollar ad abals worth ever offered
in shoe leather.
We sell Abbott shoes because we
know how well they represent the
policN of this store, vi: "Highest
=poie` value at lowest possible
price.
WINSTION S. BANNING


HEADQUIIARERS FO
Fine Clothi, Hats, Shoes,

Titusville, Florida.


Men's


4P AND CRIERRATION OF


IDIPIDEICE DAT


The Fourth of July celebration last
Saturday was one of the most suc-
eeful events of the kind ever held
in Titusville. There may have been
a little larger attpnencp on some
former ocesion, but the people were
never more thorougly satisfied and
"never jed themselves better"
to quote their own expressions than
this time. The town was gayly dee-
orated with bunting and aginclud-
ing al budmem houses and most pri-
vate dwellings. The weather was
perfect all day except two little sprin-
kes of rain in the morning and the
temperature was below the normal
for July weather.
A few minutes after 9 a.m. Indian
River band rendered an opes air con-
cert at the Indian River bank corner.
The band did themselves full justice
on this occasion and the Inspiring
musc was an appropate introduc-
tion for the day's festlvitiet.
Moter DBot Uaea
The motor boat races started off
just a few minutes before 10 o'clock
there being eleven starters in the
class C, boats under 8 miles per hour.
The start was made from an anchor
in line from the judge's boat (which
was Com. Lorillard's new Arrah
Wanna) anchored off from the city
dock, and seven of these finished.
The Ripple, of Courtenay, L.P.
Allen, covered the course of six miles
in 46:40 and won first prize of $8.00.
The Kathleen, of Clifton, B. W.
Watton, won second prize of $5.00.
The Ava, of Titusville, J. D. Ennis,
won third prize of $4.00.
The Hiawatha, of Courtenay, R. H.
LaRoche, won fourth prize of $3.00.
The Wasp, of Titusville, C. W.
Griggs, won fifth prize of $2.00.
The Gertrude, Titusville, L S.
Wilson, won sixth prize of $1.00.
Class B, motor boats, speed 8 to 12
miles, open race, was started at 10:3U
with Skeeter, Sam Martin's trim lit-
tle racer, of Melbourne, in the lead;
followed by Friday, in charge of D. B.
Pritchard; Irene, of Cocoa, J. W.
Taylor, and Naiade, Ryals Wager.
Skeeter and Friday finished close on
account of trouble with the clutch on
the former, Skeeter making the
course, 6 miles, in 38:10, Friday in
38:58. Irene and Naiade withdrew.
Handsome silver cups were awarded
the winners in this class.
Class.A, 12 miles and over, was a
handicap race, on time handed in by
the three competing boats, as follows:
Baby Bullet, Geo. Paddison. of Eau
Gallie; Trixie, R. B. Stewart, of
Brantley; Trente Sept. Geo. Gingras,
of Rockledge.
This was the most interesting con-
test in the motor boat racing. The
Trente Sept is the fastest motor boat
that has yet been produced in Flori-
da, that is made in Florida, and won
a large number of prizes at Palm
Beach last March. She makes a little
better than 23 miles. This was her
first exhibition of her speed here and
her owner did not find it necessary
to run her at highest speed to win. i
The Trixie withdrew from the race I


and the Trente Sept was 4'em'd
winner in 43:45, the Baby Bullet tak
ing second place in 4400. Theoure
was 9 mile
Xieyde zw-
At 2:0 sharp the bicyce races
eormnw w and took up an hour and
a quarter.
In the one mile open there was a
dose finish between Joe Gruber and
Carl Battle. Gruber won the first, a
Diamond bicycle chain time 2:0,
Battle won luggage carrier. LeRoy
Bethea also ran in this event.
In the two-mile, Gruber won again,
prize Solar oil lamp; Battle took the
second, a 3 coil spring saddle.
Then came the boys' race. In this
Frank DeCourcey won the rotary
bell, first prize; Roy Osban came in
second and took the wrench, and Al-
bert Laney carried off third, base-
ball mit, but gave it to Innis Robot-
tom, whose wheel be rode.
The slow race was changed to 200
yards and in this Wilson Taylor won
first, a bottle of Three-in-One, and
Rabun Battle won the tube of Never-
leak. There were eleven entries in
this race.
In the 200-yard dash there were
six entries but in sprinting Gruber
and Battle got the lead way out and
finished in that order, the Genemwee
pedals being first prize, and continu-
ous ringing bell for second.
The last event, a five mile open,
called for downright hard pushing.
The entries were Bowman Carlisle,
Charlie Walker, J. L Bethea, Tom
DeCourcey, Joe Gruber and Carl Bat-
tie.
The first two had a mix upand a
fall just in front of TIH tAR offe
and Carlile withdrew. Walker pick-
ed un his wheel and nlrlmilv tried to


Special Sale at Klie's
**de In noy -t "
MONDAY, JULY 13, 190.
RIL & G. com latest models, with
garters attached, ial $1.M
Tape girdes, garters attached, all
ises, specai V events each.
Amoekeag apron checks, new pat-
terns, Monday only, 12 yards for
Unblesehed Sea Island cotton, yard
wide, Monday's speial, 14 yards for
Whitecambric, excellent quality,
suitable for nderwear, Monday's
special, 10 yards for 1.5.
Readymade sheets 72z90, the well
known Defender brand, special
cents each.
Fured b mts worth 25 cents
Mond y's speal, 15 cents per yard.
Bedspres extra large sie, gen-
uine Mars e patterns, worth
$2.00 special $1.49.
White guaranteed pure linen. 36
inches wide, exelment for shift
waists or dreees, worth 75 cents
special 49 ents.
Ladies' white linen canvm ox-
fords, Goodyear welt, her style,
least heel. worth 250, Monday's
special, $19.
Ladi' redytmade shirt waists
some were $2.00 and $2.50, in order
to clean them up, if you can find your
szeyou may have any of them for
Chiffon panama, 8 inches wide, in
navy blue and black, excellent ma-
terial for ladies' skirts, worth 75
cents per yard, Monday only, 49
cents.
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
Juuus KuNE, Titusville.

Titusville had an ice famine all the
first of the week owing to the ab-
sence of Mr. Piatt, the lessee, being
out of town. He returned Wednes-
day from a trip to St. Augustine and
Jacksonville.


LOCAL GOSSIP

AND PERSONAL

SMtkIR g M"t the h l ofs I .

See price on lumber, pge 8.
EAST COAST LUmBE A SUrnLY Ca
Mrs. S. W. Carroll, of Daytona, i
visiting with her mother at Gainsa
ville.
Mrs. hl, rs Kls. Nolle's mother,
has been moved here from Shiloban
is slowly rininw he health.
M Beulah Knox, of Fern am .
enjoyed a short visit with her nmel
Mr. J.T. Knox, and family this wk.
Mr. J. R. Field, of Indianola, pM
us his respects on the 4th. He bes
been taking THE STAr almost thirt
years.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Hendry r-
tured to their home at Fort Pier
last Sunday after a pleasant visit
with relatives here.
Mr. Person Paddison, of Lake Hel-
en, was the guest of his sister Mrs.
G. M. Robbins for a day or two the
latter part of last week.
Mrs. W. J. Dwyerand children
have returned to West Palm Beach
after a stay of several weeks at their
pin *pple farm at Stuart.
Fast runabout motor boat hull for
sale cheap, 25x4j, will make 10 miles
with 6 h. p. Address Box B, Titus-
ville, Fla., for further information.
Mr. I. N. Jotnson, of Augusta,
Ga., an experienced hotel man, has
leased the Palmhurst hotel, and
opened same to the public today.
Mrs. Jeppeen arrived last Friday


cach t bunc, but cunt ma As the result of a disturbance be- afternoon from Perth Amboy, N. J.,
it The other four held other l tween some of the colored people on to spend some time with her friend,
through the race, Bethel setting Sunday several appeared before the* Mrs. P. C. Nelson, in South Titus-
roug te race, Bethea getting ayor Monday and Sam Emore and ville.
the pace. In the final sprint De- wife, mother and mother-in-law con- Capt. Jas. Paine, of St. Lucie,
Courcey surprised everybody by cro- tribute some $30.00 to the town who spent a few days in Titusville
sing second, being close to Gruber treasury. last week with Judge Jones and fam-
who first crossed the line. Battle The town council met at the court il lks as ug as twet
forced Bethea to the side walk and house Tuesday night with the board ago. He is one of the l years
secured third with a deflated rear He is one of the old-timers.
tire. There were four pries: First of county commissioners present to Among the visitors from a distance
Solar gas lamp; second, large floor consider the matter of erecting a h kthe or
pump; third, bicycle $3.00 tire; building over the town calaboose cell. who took in the Fourth of July cele-
fourth, pair Star pedals: Councilman P. J. Hall was appointed bration here was Mr. Frank Webber,
Battle sustained a fall in the sec- to submit an estimate for having of Jacksonville, who took this occa-
ond race on the back stretch, but such building put up at once. sion to visit his mother, Mrs. M. E.
was not hurt. Walker's arm was Webber
badly scratched up in the 5-mile open, Bobbitt Cottage Burnt *W b
otherwise everything went off as Titusville has had another blaze. Call and see the beautiful line of
smoothly as clock work. Queen Quality oxfords, in al the
Joe Gruber won first in every event The four-room single story cottage testn Quality ox rides i all the
he entered, and rode a Racycle Pace- recently purchased by Mrs. Day, a tion to the Brown Russia 2 button,
maker, widow, formerly known as the Bob- Ooze top. Large shipment just ar-
Baball Game bitt house, near the ice factory, rived at Branning's.
The contest between the Eau Gal- burnt to the ground about 9 o'clock The beautiful art plate which the
lie and Titusville nines was a battle on the night of the 4th of July. ladies of the Progressive Culture
royal on both sides-both determined The building was occupied only by club have had on exhibition at Win-
theo wiand Eau Gallie had the best of Mrs. Day and her grandson, Fred ston S. Branning's Clothing Stor.,
the game until the sixth inning, when
the score stood 1 for the home nine Chappell, who left the building only was disposed of Monday night and
and 2 for the visitors. Then Titus- a few minutes before the fire started. was secured by Mr. Wesley Joyner.
ville pulled themselves together and The fire was first noticed on the A D P
made two scores in the sixth and shut! 1,orch on the west-side and burned s Mr. and Mrs. A. D. th nney, o Tuort
the other side out. It was evident: Pierce passed through on Tuesday
then that the game was turned and in fast as to suggestt kerosene and in- aernoon's train en r,ute to Atlanta
the eighth inning the Eau Gallies cendiary work. Only two trunks for a couple of months' sjourn.
quit the held. The game ended 4 to were saved out of the building. The They were joined h -re by their daugh-
2 in favor of Titusville. i house was insured for $300.00 and ter, Miss Laura, w!,i had been spend-
There was entirely too much chal- furnishings f lenging done on both sides and some fur ng M. and Adhema Bra dy.
close decisions had to be made, but
Umpires Jenkins and Ben Willard. of: Bargains in Trees A fine baby boy .a.. i,. rn Tu.sday
DeLand. favored neither side in their Fine lot 2-year old grapefruit buds, night about lto -' -ick t,, Mr. and
decisionsand were fair and impartial. Marsh seedless and Standard. 3 Mrs. W. H. Prev\a ., Jack.sovill.
The grand stand was packed full cents each, $25.00 per 100. Mrs. Prevatt ha- ; l--. ,e n a vi.it here
and the crowds outside almost com- J. B. BEACH.
pletely encircled the baseball field. West Palm Beach. Fla. for sometime wi .n.-r :-i-ter. Mrs.
Eau Gallie put up the strongest -- W.S. Branning. .\r. t'1riatt wa.
game played here this season. Jesse Orange Boxes alo here to recvi1v 11- a! r. Tucker and Mathers were the battery Wt cant sell ou Cummer ,orange Both miEher ailnd ea al'413i1fg
for the visitors; McLendon and Carl e" et ll points between East Si nictiv.
Battle for the home team. boxes at all points between East Shi-
attle for the home team. loh or Mims and W. Palm Beach, ex- Fancy Exhibiion Goods
The Dance cept Cocoa station. and will be pleased All P.-ic-v


The dance at the opera house com-
menced at 9 o'clock and was an un-
usully pleasant affair. The whole
east coast was well represented from
Daytona to Fort Pierce and the
dancers kept tripping the light fan-
tastic until within five minutes of
the midnight hour. The music by
the Titusville orchestra was specially
complimented by the visitors from
abroad. The young folks had a very
pleasant time in winding up the
Fourth of July celebration for 1908.


to make quotations also on wraps,
and nails.
EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
For Sate Cheap For Cash
About 88 acres of good high land on
the east or ocean sideof the Indian river
at the Narrows, described as follows:
Lot No. 3, section 36 alsolot No. 3, sec-
tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39
east. This land is unimproved but fine-
ly located For further particulars ad-
ess E. M. Low,
Brockton, Mass.


Ladies' Bat.ing Suits
FURNITURE, DRY (;GODS. SHOES
CHASE. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342

Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hickory hammock. Free from white
tly. One year to two year old buds.
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
station. J. W. GRiFIS,
Shiloh, Fla.


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appeared pss hibe etments at ,the ean --tanding l at the bottom of thed platform cal n e scrip?






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Anu ol negro woman was in the evo stance. h:a on the back of his cards a well settled by bome seekers. many of
gretgati u:i -an lanerested listener. n n of 1a: ihu in landon which whom are strangers to the country and
.After the ceremony her mistress, who shown at a lane where his rooms are even to agricultural pursuits. you are
was also present. asked her what she situated Iound to have dlsagreemeuts unless
thought of it. ituat to have dst
"Well." she replied in a besitatiu; Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and you can get them working together in
way. "I liked his speech fust rate. but Diarrhoea Remedy Would Have some common undertaking. .
I feel mighty sorry for dat wan I Saved Him $100.00 "The question of water rights haa to
guess be ain't got no woman to tend to ..'Ia 19* had a very s- vere attack oft diar given rie to more disputes than almost ated
him. has he?'" she asked. rhowa ,'vs N. Farrar. of 'at Islad. La.. any other one thing. Here is an oppor- Bal
On beiug ass"Fr m.vthral we-ek- I wasi unable toic.any- tunity for them all to take a hand In Th
On beiu sute that the bish w thing. (-oa Marchb 1s. 19.,7. 1 had a siiuji!rat- the work. to Itecome Interested In the
given every loesible attention, she re- ta-k and t.,ok ('hmalh rlain,-' ('lic. t'lm.lra s the uert g as a e
plied positiUly: and Diarrhoea Reiumed. which gavre ne prompt mCces o the undertaking as a whole.
"Now k etter an da caus relief I tuimider it iour tiftir b-tniedici as well as to gain employment where
Nw. I kuow better dan dat. 'cause, of its kii, in the world. and had I used it in many otherwise would be idle. walting
oae time when he turned round I saw 11n4 believe it would havr- sived ne a hun- for the water to make crops possible "
dat de back of his coat was busted dred dollar d'otor's hill." .%Sld byTitu.svillo
and his red undecahirt was showing Ph rmcy. A millionaire's Baby
through. *"Dr. Thouma' Elt-vtric Oil is the beit reuve-
dy for that often fatal dis*at--eroup. Has attended by the highct priced iuiy apedilkt
Not so long ago Bihop Potter told been used with succe-s in our family freight could not he cured of stomach or bowel ma-
the following amusing story on him- years.--M1s L. Whita-rc. Buffalo. N lY. r anuy quicktr or urrt than y.ur thby if
et: "Whn oIn has lived for years C A. W ~C'0 O~. you give it McUee's Baby Elixir. Cureclfisr-
ta A srita without any special title In %arte MThb KiL e Y Hasv ) AlSMa rhouea. dysentery and all deranxgment of the S
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11>>' BG&' 'OF: TEE THE ABBOTT SHOES and winner the in Trente 43:45, the Sept Baby was Bullet declared taKing -I Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIPAND :


'.: .1 You won't look twice at three second place in 44:00. The course ...
PRESENT WEEK your Bargains In Every Department PERSONALS
$:. dollars and half after you've lookedat was 9 miles.
-g MONDAY, JULY 13, 1908.
'\\J'' the Abbott. It is the best three Bicycle Races .

,it.::3Pungent. lotes Pertaining to Events dollar shoe and leather.half's worth ever offeredin At 2:30 sharp the bicycle races garters R.&G.attached corsets,, latest special models$1.00., with Something About the People of Tiiss-

Transpiring About Tom We sell Abbott shoes because we commenced and took up an hour and Tape girdles, garters attached, all yule as They Come and Go ;

.Dr.,Miller, DentisVTitusville. know how well they represent the a quarter.In I sizes, special 49 cents each. i
x '1 policy of this store, viz: "Highest the one mile open there was a Amoskeag apron checks, new patterns See price on lumber, page 8. ',
Mr. F. A. Morgan and son, Master I possible value at lowest possible close finish between Joe Gruber and : Monday only, 12 yards for EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. '4
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Rosser, spent a day or two at' Day- price. $1.00.
Carl Battle. Gruber won the first, a'' Unbleached Sea Island cotton,yard Mrs. S. W. Carroll, of Daytona, is .
this
tona week.
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WINSTON
S. BRANNING
Diamond bicycle chain, time 2:50; wide, Monday's special, 14 yards for visiting with her mother at Gaines- >; '
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Mr. Andrew Froscher left the firs
HEADQUARTERS FOR $1.00. ville.
Battle won luggage carrier. LeRoy f. :i
>: of the week for Colorado, where he Fine Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Men's Bethea also ran in this event. White cambric, excellent quality, Mrs. Kuhl, Mrs. Nolle's mother, "

will remain indefinitely. Furnishings In the two-mile,Gruber won again, suitable, 10 for yards underwear for $1.00., Monday'sspecial has been moved here from Shiloh and .".... .

x Mr. Louis A. Brady was quite' sick Titusville, Florida. prize Solar oil lamp; Battle took the Readymade sheets 72x90, the well is slowly regaining her health. '

for a few days the first of the week second, a 3 coil spring saddle. known Defender brand, special 69 Miss Beulah Knox, of Fernamilna, ';

with a severe bilious attack. GRAND CELEBRATION OF Then came the boys' race. In this cents each.Figured. enjoyed a short,visit with her uncle,
batistes, worth 25 cents
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Rev. and Mrs. H. B. Gibbons are Frank DeCourcey won the rotary Monday's special, 15 cents per yard. Mr.J.T. Knox,and family this week.
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now sojourning in Chicago, but later INDEPENDENCE DAY bell, first prize; Roy Osban came in Bedspreads, extra large size, gen- Mr. J. R. Field, of Indianola, paidus

will visit relatives at Akron, Ohio. second and took the wrench, and Al- uine Marsellaise patterns, worth his respects on the 4th. He has t

f;' Owing to the illness of Mr. L., A. The Fourth of July celebration last bert Laney carried off third, base- 2.00, special $1.49. been taking THE STAR almost thirty .
White linen 36
t: Brady, Mr. E. E. Knox was called I Saturday was one of the most suc- ball mit, but gave it to Innis Robot- inches wide guaranteed, excellent pure for shirt, :years. ,

, = from Miami for a day or so this week. cessful events of the kind ever held tom, whose wheel he rode. waists or dresses, worth 75 cents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Hendry returned -

Joe Gruber is having great sport in Titusville. There may have beena The slow race was changed to 200 special 49 cents.Ladles' ; to their home at Fort Pierce .
little attendance yards and in this Wilson Taylor won white linen canvass ox- ,
his larger on some
motor cycle having just
se- last
Sunday after a pleasant visit
fords Goodyear welt, blucher style
former occasion but the : first, a bottle of Three-in-One, and : ,
t"with cured the one disposed of by J. W. people were leather heel, worth $2.50, Monday's with relatives here.
of Cocoa. never more thoroughly satisfied and Rabun Battle won the tube of Never- .
Taylor special, $1.79.Ladies' Mr. Porson Paddison,of Lake .
"never leak. There were eleven entries in waists Hel3'
enjoyed themselves better"to readymade shirt ,
t; Mail Clerk C. B. Kingman left.a this and in orderto en, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. .
quote their own expressions than race. some were $2.00 $2.50,
t : few days ago on his annual vacation, G. M. Robbins for
day two the
this time. The town was gayly dec- In the 200-yard dash there were clean them up,if you can find your a or
; which will be spent at Indian Springs size you may have any of them for latter part of last week.
",i; and in North Carolina. orated with bunting and flags including six entries but in sprinting Gruber $1.49. '
tt all business houses and most private and Battle got the lead way out and Chiffon panama, 38 inches wide, in Mrs. W. J. Dwyer and children

;- The old fashioned ice cream is hardr dwellings. The weather was finished in that order, the Genessee navy blue and black, excellent ma- have returned to West Palm Beach I

on digestion. Our "New Process"'cream perfect all day except two little sprin- pedals being first prize, and continuous terial for ladies' skirts, worth 75'' after a stay of several weeks at their
is predigested, and so harm- cents yard, Monday only, 49
per pineapple farm at Stuart.
kles of rain in the morning and the ringing bell for second. \

r ". less for children and invalidsBanner temperature was below the normal The last event, a five mile open, cents.Mail orders promptly filled on any Fast runabout motor boat hull for '

Drug Store. for July weather.A called for downright hard pushing. of the above goods. sale cheap, 25x4J, will make 10 miles

Mr. Geo. M. Robbins was called to few minutes after 9 a. m. Indian The entries were Bowman Carlisle, JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. with 6 h. p. Address Box B, titus-

Fort Pierce this week where he is de- River band rendered an open air con- Charlie Walker, J. L. Bethea, Tom ville, Fla., for further information. {

fendant's attorney in a $20,000 dam- cert at the Indian River bank corner. DeCourcey,Joe Gruber and Carl Bat Titusville had an ice famine all the Mr. I. N. Johnson, of Augusta, ,

age Railway suit,brought company.against the F. E.C. .The band did themselves full justice tle.The first of the week owing to the ab- Ga., an experienced hotel man, has p

on this occasion and the inspiring first two had a mix up and a. sence of Mr. Piatt, the lessee, being leased the Palmhurst hotel, and S
I Mr. S. F. Gray, a former old time fall out of town. He returned Wednes-
music was an appropriate introduction just in front of THE STAR office opened same to the public today.
resident of Titusville, but nQ..wof Ca- and Carlile withdrew. Walker day from a trip to St. Augustine and i.
for the day's festivities. picked -
Jacksonville.As Mrs. arrived last
Jeppsen
Friday
: naveral, made a business trip over
his wheel and tried
j-: last Friday,remaining over next day Motor Boat Races up pluckily to the result of a disturbance be- afternoon from Perth Amboy, N. J.,
take in the celebration of the 4th. catch the bunch, but couldn't makeit.
to The motor boat races started off tween some of the colored people on to spend some time with her friend,
The other four held all
Mrs. Gingras and three interest- just a few minutes before 10 o'clock together Sunday several appeared before the Mrs. P. C. Nelson, in South Titus-

ing children, Masters Gardner and there being eleven starters in the through the race, Bethea settingthe mayor Monday and Sam Elmore and ville.

George and little Miss Bernice ac- class C, boats under 8 miles per hour. pace. In the final sprint De- wife, mother and mother-in-law con- Capt. Jas. Paine, of St. Lucie,

companied Mr. G. up in the fine racer The start was made from an anchor Courcey surprised everybody by crossing tributed some $30.00 to the town who spent a few days in Titusvillelast
"!tente Sept. on the morning of the second, being close to Gruber treasury.
iri line from the judge's boat (which week with Judge Jones and family
Fourth. who first crossed the line. Battle The town council met at the courthouse
Com. Lorillard's Arrah
One of the two white convicts recently was new forced Bethea to the side walk and Tuesday night with the boardof looks as young as twenty years
carried from here to the Mims Wanna) anchored off from the city secured third with a deflated rear commissioners ago. He is one of the old-timers.
dock, and of these finished. tire. There four First county present to
seven were prizes: Among the visitors from a distance
convict died the first of the
,. week from camp what the physicians pronounce The Ripple, of Courtenay, L. P. Solar gas third lamp; second, large floor consider building over the the matter town of calaboose erecting cell.a who took in the Fourth of July cele-
pump; bicycle $3.00 tire
r self-induced hysteria. His Allen, covered the course of six milesin ;
: fourth, pair Star pedals: Councilman P. J. Hall was appointed bration here was Mr. Frank Webber,
name was Ira French.A 46:40 and won first prize of $8.00. Battle sustained a fall in the sec- to submit an estimate for having of Jacksonville, who took this occa-

card from Mrs. M. A. Scrim- The Kathleen, of Clifton, B. W. ond race on the back stretch, but such building put up at once. sion to visit his mother, Mrs. M. E.

geour, showing some of the beauti- Watton, won second prize of $5.00. was not hurt. Walker's arm was Webber.

ful scenery of Redlands, Cal., announces The Ava, of Titusville, J. D. Ennis, badly scratched up in the 5-mile open, Bobbitt Cottage Burnt Call and see the beautiful line of
f her safe arrival in that won third prize of $4.00. otherwise everything went off as Titusville has had another blaze.
smoothly clock work. Queen Quality oxfords in all the
as ,
where she THE STAR
place, says, I The Hiawatha, of Courtenay R. H. The four-room single story cottage
Joe Gruber first in
reaches her in due time. I won every event latest styles, we calf especial atten-
II I LaRoche, won fourth prize of $3.00. he entered, and rode a Racycle Pace- recently purchased by Mrs. Day, a tion to the Brown Russia 2 button, '

Mrs. C. A. Carpenter, of Philadelphia The Wasp, of Titusville, C. W. maker. widow, formerly known as the Bob- Ooze top. Large shipment just ar-

arrived Jast Friday afternoon Griggs, won fifth prize of $2.00. Baseball Game bitt house, near the ice factor, rived at Branning's.The t

on a visit to her sisters, Mrs. J. Wager The Gertrude, Titusville, L. S. The contest between the Eau Gal- burnt to the ground about 9 o'clockon beautiful art plate which the

and Miss E.J. Clapper, whom she Wilson, won sixth prize of $1.00. lie and Titusville nines was a battle the night of the 4th of July. ladies of the Progressive Culture

had not seen in nearly twenty years Class B, motor boats, speed 8 to 12 ro'alon both sides-both determine The building was occupied only by club have had on exhibition at Win.
to win and Eau Gallie had the best of
This is her first visit Florida.
to miles, open race,was started at 10:30 the game until the sixth inning,when Mrs. Day and her grandson, Fred ston S. Branning's Clothing Store

55 Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holman, of with Skeeter, Sam Martin's trim little the score stood 1 for the home nine Chappell, who left the building onlya I was disposed of Monday night and

Daytona, were the guests of Mr. and racer, of Melbourne, in the lead; and 2 for the visitors. Then Titus few minutes before the fire started. I was secured by Mr. Wesley Joyner.

Mrs. F. A. Morgan from Friday un- followed by Friday, in charge of D. B. ville pulled themselves together and I The fire was first noticed on the j I II | Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Penney of Fort
made '
two in the sixth and shut
til when took scores
Sunday morning they the west side and burned
Pritchard Irene, of Cocoa J. W. porch on so
; !I Pierce passed through Tuesday
an early start for their return. They the other side out. It was evident 'I on
made the trip in their commodious Taylor, and Naiade, Ryals Wager. then that the game was turned and in i I(fast as to suggest kerosene and incendiary afternoon's train en route to Atlanta

launch. Skeeter and Friday finished close on the eighth inning the Eau Gallies :' work. Only two trunks jI j(I for a couple of months' sojourn.

$ The Methodist Sunday school account of trouble with the clutch on quit the field. The game ended 4 to i j I I were saved out of the building. The {.They were joined here by their daugh-
yes- the former, Skeeter making the 2 in favor of Titusville. ,j(house was insured for $300.00 and j jj !I ter, Miss Laura, who had been spend-
terday joined with the school at Co- There was entirely too much chal- furnishings for 8330.00.Bargains I Ij ing sometime here with her relatives,
coa in a grand Sunday school picnic, course, 6 miles, in 38:10, Friday in lenging done on both sides and some i j 1 I i Mr. and Mrs. Adhemar Brady.
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going down on the launch Lena. 38:58. Irene and Naiade withdrew. close decisions had to be made, but .
Umpires Jenkins and Ben Willard of j in Trees !: A fine baby boy iras born Tuesday
They had a splendid time, the weather Handsome,silver cups were awardedthe : ,
t DeLand favored neither side in their buds about 10 o'.lock to Mr. andS
being just perfect, and arrived winners in this class. I Fine lot2-yearold grapefruit night
home about 6 o'clock last night. decisions and were fair and impartial.The Marsh seedless and :Standard: iI :'ilrs. W. B. Prevat-. of Jacksonville, .
Class.A, 12 miles and over, was a grand stand was packed full I cents each, $2>: .00 per 1UO. Mrs. Prevatt has ben on a visit here
Fine Monday Offerings of Men's handicap i race, on time handed in by and the crowds outside almost com- J. B. BEACH, \
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ClothingWe the three competing boats, as follows: pletely! encircled the baseball! field. j'I West Palm_Beach, Fla. i for sometime wit I her sister Mrs. 1
I I JW. S. Branning. Mr. Prevatt was
a Eau Gallie the
will sale about 500 Baby Bullet, Geo. Paddison, of Eau put up strongest '
put on pairs game played here this season. Jesse: Orange Boxes also here to receive his son and heir.
55 men's trousers in all the new and up- Gallie; Trixie, R. B. Stewart, of Tucker and Mathers were the batteryfor Both mother and bale are doing

to-date patterns;prices ranging from Brantley; Trente Sept, Geo. Gingras, the visitors; McLendon and Carl We can sell you Cummer orange nicely. ___u __ _
between East Shiloh
$2.50 to $5.00. j boxes at all points :
Men's clothing-blue serge suits of Rockledge.This Battle for the home team. or Mims and W. Palm Beach, except -+:j Fancy Exhibition Goods

worth $18.00, special Monday only, was the most interesting con- The Dance Cocoa station,and will be pleased !J All PnceatLadies' +

$12.00. test in the motor boat racing. The The dance at the opera house com- to make quotations also on wraps, '' Bathing Suits

JULIUS KLINE, Trente Sept is the fastest motorboat menced at 9 o'clock and was an un- and nails. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS SHOES

Titusville Fla. that has yet been produced in flori- usully pleasant affair. The whole, EAST COAST- LUMBER- -- &- -SUPPLY- Co. CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342

Wood For Sale da, that is made in Florida, and wona east coast was well represented from For Sale Cheap For Cash : -------
Daytona to Fort Pierce and the
Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- large number of prizes at Palm dancers kept tripping the light fan- About 88 acres of good high land on Orange and Grapefruit Trees

ing Jamison and harrowing., Titusville See Fla.or address J. Beach last March. She makes a little tastic until within five minutes of the east or ocean side of the Indian river Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
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better than 23 miles. This was her I the midnight hour. The music by at the Narrows, described as follows: hickory hammock. Free from white
: Lot No. 3, section 35 also lot No. 3, section
two old buds.
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DrayingDrayingorhaulingof first exhibition of her speed here and 36. in township 31 south, range 39
complimented by the visitors from Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully +
all kinds This land is but fine-
promptly her east. unimproved
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necessary and delivered Oak Hill
attended to. Meet all trains.H. abroad. The young folks had a very ly located. For farther particulars address packed at
E. HOLTON. to run her at highest speed to win. pleasant time in winding up the( E. M. Low, station. J. W. GRIFFIS.

Titusville, Fla. The Trixie withdrew from the race Fourth of July celebration for 1908. Brockton, Mass i, Shiloh, Fla.
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tamed to being hailed as *my lord'

Vaga F ,> liESOFPOTfER whenever During my any various service trips,Is to Europe rendered.I NEW I E IRRIGATION PLAN ARTISTIC TONED:

found It Impossible to'go anywhere or

a* do anything without being "lorded.'rIgbt *

Y vlfwident, at the Episcopal Bishop's and left At last I was- In a fairway Farmers to ,Aid Government In ;Pianos
9 of becoming spoiled when aUt Ludwig
= x a.s Admittance to Manila. tIe occurrence mercifully delivered me.I Reclaiming Arid Lands. :

i.: bad reached home after a run abroad ,
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A .,t r tad while descending the gangplankmet
OUTWITTING A FAKE'BEGGAR DIG OWN BRANCH CANALS.How .
.. a friend an old vestryman of .

$ .' .. 1 mln lie was hurrying on board to Specially Adapted t
s receive his wife and daughters. PaDS
x. '."How, the Prelate Palmed Off a Bogus Ing midway up the plank he graspedmy Settlers and Engineers Cooperate E'E'S

t Coin on Him. -Whtn' H. Was Too band and shouted: In Big Enterprise-System Aids !

; ;- Late to Preach -Pitied by an AgedNegreee. ."Why. bellow, bisht How are In Promoting Harmony and Hurrying Florida Climate I .

10U?" Completion of Tasks In Hand.A .

: An officer of the United States army The World's Best Climateis new step 'In the extension of the -

/on hit return from Philippines: told not entirely free from disease,on the high huge government works' for the reclamation OUR PRICES ON THESE FINE

t ,'tthii story on Bishop Henry Codman elevations fevers prevail, while on the lower of the arid western lands that J
Potter the levels malaria is encountered to a greater or has recently been Introduced with ev [. 1-.1.. j INSTRUMENTS DEFY
well known
1k_. s .Y- Episcopalian less extent according to altitude. To over- err prospect of added success Is cooperation -
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churchman: come climate affections, la&itude, malaria,
jaundice biliousness fever and ,and between the farmers and the
ague
When the bishop went out to Manila debility the most effective remedy general is- United States engineers, by which the COMPETITIONHigh

.. a few yean ago on his arrival at the Electric Bitters, the great alterative and blood former dig their own branch canals

f-iMF. !island be was confronted by a formidable purifier weakness;the, nervousness antidote for and every insomnia.form of bodily Sold bringing the water to their lands so

if list of about thirty questions under guarantee at the Banner Drug Store. much the earlier.
4 whIch each person who sought admittance Price Sec The first tryout of the plan is in the

to the port was required to answer Minidoka irrigation project in Idaho,
;: to the satisfaction of the goT- WORRYING AMERICA'S SIN. where; the farmers have undertaken to Grade Reed :Organs

'ernment officers. The list prepared excavate 890,000 cubic yards of earth 9!$ l

4 by Uncle Sam chiefly for Chinese and Clergyman Says It Is National Disease In the extension of lateral ditches. All

r_ native Filipinos, was nevertheless sub- Sapping Our Life. that,tbe fanner has to have is a team

v .mlted impartially to all comers. "Americanitte Is the great diseaseof of horses and a strong back, and it en-

t 'Ora Te17 the bishop as became his the people of this country," said the ables those who have gone west with
a t respect of forms wrote down his name Rev. W. F. Wakeham of Portchester, little money to get a substantial start. '

r age occupation place of birth. He did Conn. In a sermon on "The Sin oforrying" The work Is paid for In certificates of l'
; ; not even smile as he wrote "No" I
opposite W in the Greenwich (Conn.) ten dollar denominations which the
+ f "the question "Have you any First Methodist Episcopal church the i government agrees to accept in payment \ l'i
'opium? '
I other morning. ; for water tights
't' 'But the last question was too much. ** C. J. Blanchard statistician of the
Ameri nitls, be explained, "was -
l- "' 4. look of mock pain crossed his fea i'
United States reclamation service, in
tures. the act of worrying over everything. t\\ 1" iiie
i
"In France licentiousness la sapping passing through Chlcrgo the other day
"Must I answer this?" be asked the (
r x" examiner. the life of Its people In England on his way west, where he will lake

drunkenness Is working Its ruin, and In official cognizanCe of the'results of the
The examiner nodded. America worrying Is killing the coun first year's tilling of the erstwhile barren
., And .In the space opposite "Are you try. lands, told of the benefits says the

a j a polygamist the bishop gravely *The housewife preparing courses Chicago Post, that already have fol

{ wrote "Not yet._ for the table worries for somethingnew. lowed the co-operative plan and of the

It Is a well known fact that Bishop The lady of fashion worries because results assured from its extension.
Potter disapproved of the reckless a hat Is too large or because it Is "The immediate work which the gov
giving
i of 'alms. He had sharp censure stylish and not becoming. A merchant ernment is able to perform In the
worries over finances and takes his prosecution of the general irrigation ,
: for the kind of giving that fosters ,
"
f home to bed, plan will be Increased one-third. said I
with
worry him thereby
crime and deceit He believed In
saving
1 1a
Mr. Blanchard. "by allowing the farmers
alms for the deserving needy. I depriving his family of what pleasure
there Is In seeing him. who have settled these new landsto
4e. relates
Somebody the story of the
turn in their labor instead of their .
4 bishop being stopped by a street beg "It Is worry over this and worry

far one evening as he was hurrying over that continually and the countryIs money.
"While the government has a $-10.-
y home. He had never been In too much rapidly becoming peevish and fretful.
000,000 fund invested In this reclama
t of a hurry to stop when he thought he and crimes are being committed con
t tinually by the and who tion undertaking a large sum in the
men women
might be of use, so he paused even
worry" aggregate but none too big when
though he was a hungry man and dinner -
spread over the large field of
operations
'J l was awaiting him a long way off."What's .
'! the trouble he asked the Plea For Reform In Escort Duty."I the limit of capacity has been
'man. think a man in escorting a woman nearly reached so that the work can

always should walk between her progress in certain directions only as AND
"Can you help a poor blind man to R
a night's lodgiu'S" began the usual and the other persons on. the side fast a* the money returns to the fund A

whine.MI LaverA a penny in mj walk said an American who recently from those sections where the Irrlga-

pocket, sir." returned to the United States from ion enterprises have been completed
The Germany after several years there. ."1 and the settlers have begun to repayin
man was a hearty specimen, witha
;, am much opposed to the custom by annual installments the cost of the
patch over one eye, the other being
closed. The bishop turned his glance which a man in accompanying a woman works. 1
In the street Rut while the original plan contemplated '
for an instant, and when he looked always walks nearer -
the curb. The Germans the prosecution of all the work
have settled
back he saw in one quick Instant the For sale by the
hitherto closed eye of the beggar givinga that question admirably. A German by the government forces to be paid

7 wise wink to a friend who stood b p i invariably walks nearer to the centerline for by the beneficiaries In the follow '--,

side him. of the pavement than the woman ing ten years the gain is so much INDIAN RIVER

The bishop dived into his pocket and does and thus protects her from the greater when the people most inter

, brought forth a bogus coin that had jostling to which American women ested can step in and actually do part
often are subjected. In of the work. The farmers gain because
a throng American
r been passed on him a little while be MUSIC HOUSE
{ore. men and women tarn to the rightin in many instances they can give ,

#* "Don't you think if I give you thU passing" and consequently if the their services better than make money !
escort by the American custom is payments, and they the water
my alms will suit your affliction?' be on get just TITUSVILLE FLA.
said. the right of the woman persons Koing so much sooner. ,

___ in the opposite direction bump into her "It must be understood at the outset

s. When Bishop Potter was first elected If the escort walked on the inside he that the government does not face the

: bishop he used often to preach in St would be her guard. certificates with which the water users

Thomas) church In New York where are paid for their work. The government
e .t he was a great favorite. As it was not Eis:3ect Post Care For Taft. accepts certificates for the work :-.

always possible for him to fix his appointments William II. Taft. Ke| ul>!ican candidate ]. performed but they are issued by an \

i' so as to t>e present at the for president, recently received Incorporated association of the water -'---

< beginning of a service, it was arranged the largest picture post card ever wad e. users themselves.
that whenever he found it possible to It was three and one-half feet in lenthanI "'Tbl question came up in Washington

1 be present he was to come in at auy one au
x ... time in the service and preach. One On the back!, was a large full size picture was under (consideration ando before -- Health is

day, however he was later than u*uaL llf Mr. Taft taken a few days as the system was explained the yt I 1
The preacher for the day had already as he was al uut to board a train for question was asked. What Is the use More Than .

ascended the pulpit, and as the bishop Cincinnati The ex-secretary WIt'tanding s of the currency bill( if the government H@)]
appeared in hid vestments at-he chan :! at the bottom of the platform can issue scrip? Wealth

; eel door in full view of the congregation of the car with one hand on the tai I- "In the Minidoka project there are L $ )
the choir was staging as the hyuia i la?. Ill i.. face wore the usual broadad some 25. X'0 to 30.000 acres that will A

before the sermon: l'x'aJTnft: ; smile. The cardwl hf watered now by the cooperativemethod. ,,\.LAfO SJlO... s. UseBALLARD'S

x# "Too late. Uw late: Ye cannot enter ; < ji2it-! l>y two railroad men. who The plan has' recently been Introduced ::;;, LINIMENT

now:"* o' ',u;r:','tl !tv>l the secretary on his In the Milk river project In !; .r'_j. 1

= A broad smile spread over the faiv :!')::irjai-. la addition to the regular Montana where an area equally large : KING \

of the congregation as tb l.;s'joj taking : ;. .-S.P;: thar>l hire a special{ delivery will be watered in the same way. i SNOW OF
S'..'!:j. The in this i
? in the situation. retreated as quietly government matter has 3

as iio&ible to the vestry room. followed the precedent established by ; ... THEM
New Fashion LINIMENT
In
Cards. many private irrigation companies ,=
' A few years ago Bishop Potter IHTforuied A uw r.*li i!'.;i in visiting cards Is which have found the plan eminently ALL
couih:.; into vo;:tu* in Kuz'and.: This successful There is still another and
ordination
an in AND
y ceremony !U U, print on tinl: ck: of tbe card a most important .
States Island and. as is customary on advantage certain to i
,o-, little! plan: showing the residence anil result"When will ahv1\Ys have good health.
such occasion, wore a small red uixsJat yO\! What la more to
ry the hack of his stir.!ice. the adj-icent struts. Due well known you turn water Into a big ne t than good health? All the money in the world ean't s make manw
I.U'r\I rueml r of parliament. for Instance farming region; of 200.000 ha.iness where health is unknown, &lIard'
: ,, Au oU iiegru woman was in the eoagrrgation acres or so. Suow Liniment
has on the back;: of his cards a well settled Rheumatism, Cuts. Bums
,4. as an interested: listener. by home seekers many of. C'U.RES Sprains, Neuralgia,
nan of ( -ay.11m in London Sores Stiff Joints
which Contracted
whom
After the ceremony her mistress! who are strangers to the country and Muscles Lame
shows at a glance where his rooms are even to agricultural pursuits Back and all the Ills that Flesh is Heir teT
was als-o prt-sent. asked her what sue you abound
t thought of It. situated. to have disagreements unless! One Who Knows.

"Well," she replied in a hesitating; Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and von can get them working together in

way. "I liked his speech fust rate. but Diarrhoea Remedy Would Have some common undertaking. J. O. Scott, Salt Lake City Utah allies; "I cannot
Ii:.: 1 feel mighty surry for dat atari. 1 Saved Him $100.00 'The question of water rights has too highly praise Your Ballard's Snow Liniment for

guess be ain't got uo woman to tend to "Iu IWTi I had a very severe attack of diar given rise to more disputes than almost the relief of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden change f I
him. has her sbe asked. rhoea.sass K. X. Farrar. of 'at Island, La., any other one thing. Here is an opportunity and E'XFosnre to the weather. I also recommend your
On being assured that the bishop "For several weeks I was unable to do any for them all to take a hand in Ballar 1's Horehound Syrup for coughs and Cjlda.
was
: thing. On March 19. 1W7.! I had a similar attack the Theme used together defy all pain. I
k work. to become
gireu every iK>ssibIe attention she replied and took ChaniberUin's Colic. Cholera Interested In the
'- positively: and Diarrhoea Remedy which gave me prompt success of the undertaking as a who l e. GET THE GENUINE.! : Three Sizes 25c. SOc. $1.00
= "X w. I know bettor dan dat. use relief. I consider it one of the best medicines as well as to gain employment where
of its kind in the world, and had I used it in
otherwise
one time when he turned round I many would be idle waiting
saw liar believe it would have saved
x t" dat de back of his coat was busted dollar doctor's bill." Sold byTitusvillo me a hundred for the water to make crops possible." Lr\: Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

and bis red undershirt was f.howln'through. Pharmacy. ---- ---
'' ." A Millionaire's Baby 500-502 North Second Street
"Dr.Tbonl ,' Electric: Oil is the best remedy
for that often fatal disease croup. lias attended by the highest priced baby specialist ST. LOUIS, MiSSOURi
Not so long ago Bishop Potter tithe fd been used with sucre s in our family for eight could not be cured of stomach or bowel trouble -
Yl-ars.-Irs. L. Whitarre. Buffalo X. Y.1orti .
following amusing story on himself any quicker or surer than your Jaby if

! : "When one has lived for years C.A.& ..a.. you give it Mctiee's Baby Elixir. Co res diarrhoeas

In America without any special title in 9, ,the The Kini! Yea Hat Musts BotgMSi dysentery and all derangement oft h e Sold and Recommended
'"x ordinary conversation." said the nitore I stomach or bowels. Price 2.,cents and 50 by

'' bishop "it is_not easy to become accusajS .. i cents.yule Pharmacy.Sold by Banner Drug Store and Titus- 1ITUSVILLE PHARMACY and BANNER DRUG STORE ':



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'* i."<" WIII'! R' 'DM'iifjl. THE JOB I the car Is open and the rest of It ia BEST FOR THEBOWELS George; Ross On their. way they stop- A Lazy Liver 11

_. -'S-11.. ". ''''v,! .-<.; ...''''..... ..' Inclosed on all sides. You may smoke pedlinto see John Hancock, who was Hay be only a tired! liver or a atane4

-,"') l'- 1Jr"-; .. .. In the open section. laIdI up.. with the gout, and told him liver. It would be a stupid aa well u

4 Another thing that strikes visitors their plans. savage thing to bests weary or starred

4'. {Tunes For' Democratic Na- is that the telegraph messenger boys If you fiSTev't a regular,bealthy mor meat of th. Mil cannot go with you' 'said Hancock man because he lagged In his work. So

ride motor Denver Is powelaevery day. ou'relnorwtnte. Kepyoa In treating the lagging, torpid liver It is
cycles. spreadout but I have
here
: jow.1. open tad be well. Fore la the.h.pe of some bunting
f' 1 aJ Convention Delegates. over a large area, and the little violent phftio or pUl )Uon.,ii Cancerous. The red. white and blue-whIch may be of A great mistake to lash U with strong e
.::; smoothes"eufest most perfect way .' .:. fellows who work for the telegraph the bewail clear and clean U to take service,' and so the illustrious patriots .;
j? ; J: x't Indication of an ill-nourished, enfeebled .
companies would wear out their legs CANDYCATHARTIC took the bunting on to Betsy Ross
SPHUT" OF body whose organs are weary with ovv t
?"i F f. WELCOME IN AIR. and their wind if they had to pedal h use.
., work. Start with the stomach and allied
1 1 ;;" for a' living. Washington presented his sketch of organs of digestion and nutrition. Pat : f

K'l., Qs'iwous Hospitality For The committee in charge of the arrangements -I' the flag, but Betsy Ross said: them in working order and sea how J. s

: Amid Visitors for the convention did. not 'Why not make the stars five pointed quickly your liver will become active. 4

Grand Mountainous Scenery. overlook the fact that many of the instead of sliT And Washingtonand Dr. Pierce's Golden :Medical Discovery

Spirit of Delicacy Shown by a Woman Democratic dignitaries and delegateswho the others at once agreed to it. has made many marvelous cures of liver ; :

4 .. '* Club.Politicians will attend the convention will be 1 "Mr. Campbell talks about a five trouble by iU wonderful control of the "

/ : accompanied by their wIves. Tee t starred flag There never was any organs of digestion and nutrition. It re-
.. and others who recently other stores the normal activity of the stomach # ,
members of the Jane Jefferson Democratic EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY than a thirteen starred flag. lie ,
went to Denver for the Democratic increases the secretions of the blood-mak-
club, an organization of women, Pleasant Palatable, Potent. Taite Good Do probably means five pointed stars. Andso
:-- national convention are beginning to were designated as official hostesses. Good Never Sicl'n.Weaken or Gripe; 19.hand the flag was made, and I have In ing glands, cleanses the system from polsonousaccumulationsandsorelieves #
M Cents per box. Write for free sample,and book .
understand what western hospitality Now, the Jane Jefferson Democratic let OB health. Addnwa m my possession bills which show how the f.-
Sterling RemedY Company. Chicago or New York. much received i liver of the burdens imposed upon it by ;'- a
means. Nothing Is too much trouble club is committed to the cause of equal Betsy Ross fur makingthe I
the defection of other
a .- for the people of Denver In 'their ef- rights for the gentler sex and it intended KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAM flags for she continued to make If TOO bare Wturor bad organs.taste to the DOTBln& -

forts to give the visitors a good time. I to wore hard with the committee hem.[ and her daughters and granddaughters poor or/fariatle appetite,coated to&fu,

-The spirit'of welcome is in the crisp on resolutions to get a woman's after her, down to 1856. foul breath eoastlptted or irregular bowel, s
"And how do I know that Washington feel weak.easlli Ured.SesDOndent. (reaoentbetdtcbes.pilnirdlitresX'imillotback.
suffrage plank into the platform. But
mountain air, and what Denver may FHEB[ [TSY ROSS flAGJohn .' J*
the plan baa been changed. Tbe Jane went to her house Because she .
i lack in d1s bI stomach, .
size it intends to make up in gnawing or r 1 i
told George Canby. her grandson +
Jefferson Democratic club has declared so, tJS JsJf>wVj i
s perhaps nausea.> rUlno" te \ S -
b energetic entertaining. that it will not place itself in the attitude jind-he told me. George Canby, who throat after eatint. and klmral symptom .

f Thre.is nothing conventional about of being open to the suspicionthat Quincy Adams Confirms I died a few years ago, was one of the of weak stomach and torpid U na d :. '

I. Denver. Its residents are of the west it expects a quid pro quo for its directors of our association and when tine will relieve TOO more proramlT or CIMnoTft ,. t
<. of Old Birth.. he eleven old his 00 dprlUn+nUy tbt itoctor Pltrrg -.
I westy and are proud of It. They don't hospitality. Story Glory's was years grandmother Golden Medical Plscoytry. Perbap only rs

i attempt to follow, the ways and mannerisms Accordingly It has decided that its Betsy Ross told him repeatedly pan of Ute above symptoms will be preeeat
about the visit of and
Washington at time md 7epotD\ to torpid liTer or
of the big cities of the east. members shall devote themselves to on
i entertaining exclusively. ISO delegate PROOF IN BILLS FOR WORK. Morris and his kinsman, George Ross, biliousness and weak stomach Aroid all -
JL of satisfaction
sense exists the
f over and where they stood in the back room hot bread and biscuits griddle cakes and ., i
, fact that a community of 200,000 people sipping a seductive punch handed to pointing out particularly where the I other indigestible food and take the Golden 1

has been established in Denver, him by a fair worker in the cause of Medical Discovery and stick te its .
l Declares H. Has Documents Showing great Washington stood. Betsy Ross
more than 5,000 feet above sea level, woman's rights will be asked to put use until you are vigorous and strong. ;
in This of How Much Mrs. Ross Received-Re- did not die until 1830, and her story of The Discovery is non-secret non-alco 'f
c and every man, woman and child is a a suffrage plank. course : -
lutes Statement That the Story Is the making of the flag was never nolle is a rlyceric extract of native mo4k1'f
the Jane Jefferson club is typical of
"booster, as they call it, for Denver I. Doubted by her contemporaries." nal roots with a full list of its ingredients .
and the whole of Colorado, and the the spirit of delicacy that prevails a Fake. printed oa each bottle-wrapper and attested

visitors don't blame among the Denver people in making under oath. IU Ingredients are endorsed
them. If
t every lineal
John
Colonel Quincy Adams
Cents is the Price of
Twenty-Five and extolled by the most eminent medical ,
the visitors feel at home.
Visitor to Denver fer the conventiongoes I descendant of Andrew Adams, cousin Peace writers of the age and are recommended to

away as pleased as the Democratic I of Samuel Adams, the' patriot, and The terrible itching and smarting incident cure the diseases for which it Is advised.

leaders are who got to the scene JULIA WARD HOWE'S VISION. John Adams, second president of the to certain skin diseases, is almost instantly Don't accept a substitute of unknown +

early, the boosters says the New YorkSun' United States, secretary and one of the allayed by applying Chamberlain's Salve. composition for this non-secret KXDICUXQT >
Price 23 cents. For sale by Titusville Phar K30W3 OOMP06ITI03. fl.
I Denver; correspondent, can takea Noted Woman 8ays Mankind's Eman- three founders of the American FUg macy.: I 4

rest tot awhile and let the boostingbe cipation From Evil Was Present. House and Betsy Ross Memorial association 00 YEARS 1

. done by outsiders. Julia Ward Howe has had a remarkable keenly resents the report ot VOCATION BUREAU. EXPERIENCE q 'i

;: The other night all the Democratic vision of a new era for mankind. William J. Campbell of Philadelphia, .. i

high chiefs and a lot of other strangers She and her intimate friends are said who as chairman of the historic sites Organization to Aid 'Young People In 1

went out to Lakeside, a resort five to believe It to be supernatural Mrs. committee of that city has declared Choosing Their Life Work. t

miles from. Denver, where they were Howe who was eighty-nine years old th:1ttilE.." Cetsy floss story is a fake "One of Boston's wealthiest society .

entertained at dinner by Denver offi on May 27 last describes it as follows: Df the tint water." leaders, Mrs. Quincy A. Shaw recently t

elals. Lakeside was a revelation to When seen at his home in New York
"One I
night recently experienced a made possible an organization, the TRADE MARKS ,
\ them in the way of an amusement resort. -I the other Colonel Adams
day was en-
sudden awakening. I had vision of first of ita kind ever undertaken, to be DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS t.
It's on.the order of Luna Park a new era which is to dawn for mankind dt",ivorin; to keep (cool but found itimisosibie Ac. .,
known as the 'Vocation bureau.: designed -
at Coney Island with diversions of and in which men and women are whether he thought of the Anyone tending a sketch and description nay
% ascertain free w ether aa I\i
many kinds, but these things became battling equally, unitedly, for the up- charge' broi.'at by Chairman Campbell to aid young people choosingand quickly Invention to probably oar opinion eg table. Conmnnlca* \
secondary in the of the visitorsto preparing for the occupation toiwhich ttonsarletlyeonadent andbookonPatenassent >
eyes :..wln.- the "sacred house and
lifting and emancipation of the race free. Oldest agency; for secnnnfMtents.
the scenic setting. The long table from evil nume" which be bad "saved to the nation" j they are the best fitted in life Patents<

at which the visitors sat down to dine I land to find openings for those thus as- tp
"I saw men and women of
every
;- on an porch overlook- "felsted in their chosen field of work." Scientific Jlm rla"
was placed open clime working like bees to unwrap the Thiadeph5a! is slow said he toT .

tag a pretty lake and as they ate the evils of society and to discover the reporter of the New York Times. "She 1 During a discussion of the problem A handsomely Dlnrtreted weekly. J.anre eIJIo

diners looked over this strip of waterat whole web of vice and misery and to docs not know when she has a priceless Samuel R. Emmons of Boston who is coUtwn rear: four of months any clenttflo.lh gold JonmaL by*U newsdealer Terms.I*a. ,

a background of jagged mountain apply the remedies and also to find the relic within her borders Mr. a banker, but takes a deep interest in mm & CO,361 BroadwaJ, New York

peaks all purple and blue in the beams influence that should best counteract Campbell might as well say Independence the employment of the young made Branch Office. b.S St..Weabtmatoe a C. _

of the setting sun. Most of them said evil and Its attending suffering. ball Is not Independence hall as this statement: 4

t- that they wouldn't have missed it for to deny that the fir American flag "This unique plan was originated by
"There seemed to be a new, a wondrous The fray Valuable Sit of Yacht and SottEuiUing -
worlds and. while they enjoyed the Professor Frank Parsons former Instructor
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ever permeating light, the glory was designed In the Betsy Ross house. Book eftr PhblilhedRUDDER

dinner and particularly the Rocky of which I cannot attempt to put in "It is too late to try to shake the in law at the Boston unlver-

mountain brook trout it was the scenery and writer of number of books
-." human 1\'ords-the light of the newborn etory of the birth of the American flag slty a
that appealed to.them mod, about It upon sociological and economic questions -
: nope ana sympathy oiazmg. The I can prove everything and I HOW-TO BOOKSOver
Some ;; them was moved the director of the bureau.
among have done it In se\"en.l courts. now
source of this light was born of human
I )oro teats have teen built from the tines
. to verse and although it is generally endeavor, immortal purpose of count- Colonel Adams was wrought up to The bureau has been put Into practical printed n these books Successfully sailed In :IE

suspected that Colonel John 1. Martinof the poInt of making these and other remarks working order through the philanthropy every tune and upon every sea-FuU detail
less thousands of men and women who
drawing! of all parts 5ho..in what it IS and
St. Louis, the sergeant at arms of of Mrs. Shaw the work of Professor -
by reports from ,
were equally doing their part In the Philadelpb ta how to make it-Text extremely ample .
.5 the Democratic national committee, is that the Betsy Ross house would iecuve Parsons and the co-operation of a
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: worldwide battle with evil and whose HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50 t.
the guilty one, there Is no certaintythat energy was bended to tear the mask no recognition at the hands ('Of body of the foremost civic, sociologicaland iZfo4-vw-t;.t l.rin.r1.t.titno.ssUIaa: It

he is the author of these lines: from error crime, superstition, greed, 'I those who are planning a celebration educational leaders in Boston. ..'.t guwl rm vat fn.CXIPJACK a b-j W lean U.biuuiM IV
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No painted scene is this our eyes behold committee "In aim the bureau to place
of Founders day In October. A proposes .
and to discover and the \ fin* amt fvr afl.-r.' ndm.vr kvarkmabag* fcry
apply remedy.
No camera reproduction here we see; a scientific basis as nearly aspossible road ...T Ile, ....-.. ........ f ul wk-.rev bmk;...ae_
Those sun kissed peaks are real and "I saw the men and the women named to investigate toe authenticity upon f.np.a..a.dyi'.ttvmpktrdbeta. (, i

strong and bold. standing side by side shoulder to of historic sites In Philadelphia! the choice and preparation for HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP

Rock ribbed and beautiful like Demosracy. particularly those associated with the a career among people of all conditionsand **." :;si a: n arlun vrr d.*r.. shoulder a common, lofty and indomitable .
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vmcrr m %* 'n'a. AIJI an4|
Revolution presented a report through classes w.io w U.'I .
purpose lighting; every face witha
- The spirit of freedom and independence Mr. Campbell bearing the captfon.The ; "One of the ultimate intents of the HOW TO OJ.LD A MOTOR LAUNCH
i glory not of this earth. All were advancing
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among the Denver people shows with one end In view, one foe Betsy Ross House Where Befsy bureau is to introduce Its system into bun to;mpl.w- .4 aA prarrI.. ., .......-4i. nt aer.'ii nl.tbr liow tvcoiutnKt,........ a I.a... .
Itself in many ways. To the eyes oft American the public schools of the city where it
to trample, one everlasting good to Ross Did Not Design the HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA I.
: the eastern and middle western politicians shall become a part of the curriculum.The fi- .. sot .6..t. tout clbui. ....u.. '. tIoo
Flag- \ .
gain. ...it.:",. tw ....._ ."xt-tx f
the young women who ride vocation bureau alms to help two
It out in the statements Cf
: came .1
-And then I saw the victory. All of HOW TO 3UIUD A SHOAL.DRAUGHT SLOOP
1 horseback can't be surpassed. Nothing great classes of people seeking: a .
evil was gone from the earth. Miserywas Colonel Adams also! that the Bets proper A rl'vInk 0.:11 Snot.t5 oiv.'eraf werl a.atmak."lpk.a .
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::' conventional about them. They er-namely., the immature boyor
blotted Ross association has recently offeredthe
i sit astride their Indian ponies and gal- out Mankind was emancipated girl who has not ftrrlat the age HOW TO SJILD. A.FLATTIC. ... OR. SHARPIE: |, iF .
house to the of .. . .
and city Philadelphiaas tf" !J -.O.! rom t ll -T ft f ready to march forward In J :
: lop along in a devil-may-care way and where experience has enabled him or to be."..,U..<_........,...,S o.,,1-! -a........p....?..r.. ..
Colonel Adams has letter
: a new era of human understanding, all a gift, a
old John Gllpin to the HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHT
that would put from that her to choose intelligently; and older
Mayor Reyburn.
encompassing sympathy and ever present stating A rociplcte pbua of how to twuj s wo lrl;was Ida Vt
t blush. Fine looking girls they are too. people who seek counsel' l as to opportunities = .
help-tbe era of perfect love of he had laid the proposal of the association i ">t Lift u xl u f .a k4.

1f They are different from the tailor peace passing understanding"Mounted before the councils of Philadelphia.What : and resources, for tbe bettermentof $1. I

'r: made maids of Manhattan Island, ----- effect the report made by MrCamptell their condition and tbe means of Increasing PRICE EACHP'UPJJ'f j.
l their fresh cheeked sisters of up state their earning efficiency Tbe CXPRCSS ANYVbHEftC JBouri
Nurse ridiculing the claim of the
the lakes region and thetoft Corps. 11 cloth CoIJ kttenr:?-Size ,'fp.l J
and great Bureau does not attempt to decide for .
I lan.lmtrk to veneration ...
whatever
The American Davy has been given j any o by 11 mchcLarge..cle.rly..1r. a puns.
rosy young women of the southwest any boy wbat occupation he should ,
its woman nurse corps by act of the recent will Imp on the action of the councils
They have a style and appearance i. choose, but alms to help him to Investigite THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
{ when the offer of the association Is up
Great Britain
t.'ongr"srhut now .,
suggestive of the 9 MUHRASTRCCT" Nt yoga U. S. A
their the and to
all own. I for consideration Colon..ldams would subject come a con-
goes us one letter by proposing for Its
determination of their pioneer ances ;; clusion on his own account. In this Catalogue ef Eases for
army a mounted nurse corps There is not venture a jruesj He seemed confident t:1ilJ t
: tors. They are straight and lithe and I respect the counselors to whom tbe applicant
however that In the end
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the ..
now In existence a company of young 4FRY'5SEEDS
are frank"rnd direct In speech, and tomes first make a careful ex- --- -::
women whuli hht't'n traiii -d by a city would gladly accept the house.
bow they can ride! 1 ruination as to the education t'xJIf'ri-
veteran oCiccr and will I Iv ready fort .Now.. this is the story of the Betsy i..f
One of the first things that attracted : 1 ,'r< t', resources and limitations of the
Ross house sakl Colonel Adams "anil
(' test lice Islington: Drill BritlllGlrli' : ; ,
the attention of the UMtiug politicians j person under consideration. PersonalLtcrvIows.
jeomanry. they are ailed, and i I am ready to prove every word I say For fresh-
was the arcity of straw hats among ). i printed helps, tests: of thebaruter. 4
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Just Ilt'fottilt> revolution there lived nc5 ,purilyandreli-
and
row are live twenty strong: and efn S
s ; .
the men of Denver. Of course in a I (' memory and temperamental abilttyFerrj sSeeds .
In' Philadelphia Quaker girl of
a pretty
-i int riders 1u jruN the class them-
wear in
I : or- are a by
city this size there are hats of all prevailing j dinirj military rank idges. Minnouu-t i j twenty or so named Betsy Griscom. qualities are i"t'u. and an analysis of m; se'.vts FarmersbaTcconfilcnce

shapes and materials, but the. ea.h case is made a< completely as tbeprojectors t'ns t
i She bad alrvuly become well known r' '
id l I. and pd Onehad because
> a spur er<*o< whip -- in t'i m
is toward soft felt headgear. of the bureau can make: It '''esi L
tendency
tin ironed flairs of a oo11J.l1'r? I! l eeaus of her skill with the needle, a i t'r. they know they
. of the younger men affect the .y ( eau be relied upon.
;, Many slouch The uniforms consist of a rr,l tense i i and her beauty and accomplishments #s y Lo'rr1S' l>on't experiment
brimmed
Over
light colored broad s i brought her suitors The sue- Thirty-Five Years ?' with cheap tIt
: bra9se.! with a Hue skirt with white ; many p

.: hats whk the eastern mind associates Il.ra i.liu.; roun.1 the bottom; white '! tessftil one was John Koss, sou of an In l".2 there was a great deal vf h;irrhtx'j. +let. /e'J fij", sectscoursuref ty lies in bvmn;
with the vu>8t. Some of these are ornamented dysentery and cholera infantnm. It was *t
bpiM-opal at seeds sent out by
i clergyman WIlmington,
{ I gatesl. ts. b:1: h-csinss: and a yellow j '.
with stamped leather this time that ( ham1>erlaiu ( .Iit-: (holeru a conscientiousan
'
t sash A red and blue field service cap 'Dol. who bad come to Philadelphia and Diarrhoea Remedy was first brought into m;:i rY r' 1 trustwoitby

<1, But the striking thing about b:1nds.1 is Worn with a chin strap Uidin! ? | and opened aa upholstery shop She u,;e. It proved more successful than any house Sad AHHUM

hats is that they are worn whips are carried i helped: her husband with her needle, other remedy or treatment, and has for thir- y ir'l furiJSist"rt-t.Ferry's Address

unconscious rakishness that suggests ------- .- I and whtu he was killed soon' after the ty-five year maintained that ns trlI. Froma DMFuHC ,DEiunMiCS.COUGH .
small I> :2iDiinin2, its sale and use: hat extended -
f the independent and care free plaint It Reached the Spot j l", ::iullill;; of the war while guardinga to every part of the United states ando

man who holds himself to be as good :oar lzlut' in Arch street Betsy Boss many foreign: c- untri s. Nine drnssitsout
I
as anybody and wants everybody to )Ir. E. liuiup'arey, wh owns lane:; rneraltore : continued to carry on the business often will recommend it whenthriropin- KILL THE
at Omega. 0, anti is j.rtsuleiit of: ion is asked, although: they have other medicines -
1. know it.There. John ROSH was a nephew of George CURE THE: LUNGS
the Vfomsmnty Tt'phone ( I.. as well as that pay them a greater profit It ear AND
.t are other things about Denverthat I I of the Iniue Telephone ('o.vf Pike countv.. '! Rosa cuie of the 1ul'r-i of the I>eclara! always: depended upon, eviiim the nioslsevere

tend to show Its Individuality.Nearly O, :.usof lr Kings; New IW-oven: 'It ; :iou of Imltjh'iule'Ke, and when :earn- and dangerous rases For.tle I.y Titii .

. ..! every saloon has a Chinaman saved my life oncl't lest I think it lid.j i i uel l VdauiN ul'| in l;' >tvu said this t-uun- >\ille Pharmacy WITH Or. King'sNew
It seemed to reach the spat-the very seat (Ifmy --- -- -
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as barkeeper's assistant and when the consh-when everything else [..iI....." tr.\ should! he a tSa! ;;, because. patriots

barkeep is very busy the Chinaman Hr. King's New Disco\try not oulj reaches JIK! redcoats should not be shouting

:; helps out and with oriental adaptiveness the tough spot; it heal the tore splay and the for the: same flag: \\asUington agreed; CASTOR Discovery
weak spots in throat. lungs and 'ht'St. Sold
i and ability to imitate manages to under guarantee at Banner Drug store 50c.and '! with him For Infants and Children. I

!jJ make himself useful in the mixed drink $1.00. Trial bottle free j "But who should make the flag FOR .J' ; ) .
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COUGHS lto
.sLicgion, drew a rough sketch, mak The Kind You Have Always Bought!
:,J liDe. -- --- - | Trial Bottle fre.

; When you enter a street car In Den- Stops itching instantly Cur spileat e ze- I hi,; tie stars: six pointed, as the British : AND At.LTHRO&TANDLUNGTROUSLES.

, Ter you do so at tbe middle and not at ma. salt rheum, tetter<< itch, hives, herpes stars are. Then George Ross spoke Bears theSignature d ', :1

i I the end. At least that's the way it lathe store.l't'abit'IIttaI Ointment At any drug.1 j up about the widow of his nephew. of GUARANTEED MONEY REFUNDED.SATISFACTORYQ& ..

i'fj <. with. summer cars These public :; They went to Betsy Jt ss' houset those


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> ,;i$ :',.' '. THE'FLORID A STAB An advertiser in THE STAR calmly Lost in a Marsh. Accidentally Shot. MRS.FRAIIK STROEBE

: '1 r informed us this week that his ad. (New Smyrna Breeze.) A dispatch from Marianna tells of Marts ruJ'WId ."."1.

; tf ,;,; Entered, aUlae. postoffiee_at Msecondtiara last week brought him in $55.00 Dr. Fox was summoned to the house an accidental shooting In that town I 1 fill no d4'to hI .
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:" : .,., mall matter. worth of business. An old subscriber ot refuge opposite Oak Hill Wednes- last Saturday when Deputy Sheriff

,.s;:,.. :, 9j 'fr. ".. : to THE STAR writes that he used day to attend Harold Coutant. ,We James Lewis was shot and seriously .::;::f"REMARKABLE": :' :

4S Xttte- B.Wager, editor*nd Pablbhei.f' : to see a wagon factory advertised in learned from the Dr. that Harold had wounded by Richard Bennett. The .- !

w: ';' ', this paper and as he wanted one built gone. out on the river in his boat the two men were in the sheriff's office

;- PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING day before and had consid- looking at a revolver when It was suddenly -
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J':1"f. he wrote us to know whether.it was gone a _
still in existence not' The shop is erable distance up one of the creeks discharged. The bullet of 38-
111B8CJUI>TIO>.S1.5O PER ANNUM or
which extend into the marsh. Not caliber entered the right side of the
: ---.. still,here but-
: fourth
between the third and
f. AdvertUlnjc :Kate. Furnished onApplication. returning home at the time he was deputy

l... ,. expected, his father went to look for ribs and is likely to prove fatal. Lewis : r ;.

_: =: ''. i__ The fame of James E. Alexander, him and the search was continued all was to be married in a few weeks to I

y Election Called of Volusia county, "Our Jim" has night, the neighbors hefping. a young lady at,.Greenwood, Fla.
Seat
County
'' t .** penetrated to far away Spain, where Next day he was found in the creek I

,. Vft: :..':. ," The most important business be- King Alfonso has just named his new where he had gone,'In an unconscious:! The Joke on Mr. Sterry.
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:.'1:0._ '- .. 'i fore. the board of county commissioners born boy, James Alexander. Greatis condition, by some negroes who took The New York World tells the :a :' 1
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\ him to their home near by. lowing good one: 01-1
week the calling of fame.
this
?;t 4'c ''\ was :r
'$ '', If- the It is supposed that Harold was Opals are. tears and if you don't be-1 v}
election to decide question of
..1W. ': an Church Notes overcome by heat and was unable to lieve it just ask Fred Sterry, grand

1.- '" -l'- Y s v,. .county seat for the next ten years. get back to the main river where he marshal and chief of staff at the Hotel
i.. Owing to the absence of the pastor -
fJ !;< '4III<. with would have been Plaza. Unless able to negotiate
found. We
.. .-:"' A petition was presented there will be'no preaching in the easily you are

> something like 390 names of which are glad to report that he is all right the hundred-yard dash in respectable -
:: {i-. Baptist church at Titusville on Sun- :
than the again. time it would be just as well
360 were qualified, or more
{ # day next.
I is'f one-third---312. to ask him over the telephone. The

Z15l necessary 4 this Dean Robottom will officiate in St. Peach Crop Near Gainesville. story of how he fell for the expert testimony -
The call is published on page
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r! Marks church Cocoa on Sunday of the choicestof RECOVERY
thing was one ,
?l ; week and gives full information for (Gainesville Sun.)
morning, July 12, at 11, and in St. the many special dishes served up TIAKKSTOPE-RUKA.; ; :
be held
will
, the voter. The election The crop of the Gainesville Peach
\ \\, 1 .. Gabriels church, Titusville, on Sun- at the big hotel yesterday.
- z t .J": .... {,, 'Wednesday, Aug. 19th. day evening at 7:30. Orchard Company, Palmer, which is Alonzo P. Nokara who says he Is Irs.Funk StroebeK.F.D.I,Appleton -

: ( 1.i-' 4 The county seat question has been one of the largest orchards in the from Australia and who further avers WII., writes:

.; ,: ',f. a subject for discussion and contention Rey. F. P. McCall will preach in State, is about gathered, the last of that he can detect an opal with both "I began using Peron a few monthsago

t for time past and there is Titusville Methodist church Sundayat the output being disposed of in the when my health and strength were
; l some hands tied behind his back, graced the bat a
11 and 7:30 and at local markets all gone, and I was nothing!
but that it would cerii'kP a. m. p. m., now.
it t no question tea room with his presence on sever- wreck couid not sleep, eat or
; Mims at 4 Come and bring The season has been rather prolific nervous ,
tainly have come up within the near I p. m. al occasions last week. On each vis- rest properly, and felt no desire to lire.

anyhow. We believe that the some one with you. There is a wel- considering the continued drought, but it Nokara would permit his tea to "Three bottles of Pernna made rae

M1"tfuture: county will be satisfied to have come and a place for you. the prices have been none too good. freeze while he gazed in admirationat look at life in a different light a. I be-
f.J" t" Superintendent Geo. L. Taylor
: announces
While
: = ,.. this settled now for the next the glass knob in the centre of the gan to regain my lost strength.
: "" :: question: Exports From Pensacola. that twelve solid carloads skylight which threw off thousands of my recovery took nearly.four months

., : !.ii.-." '.f,' ten years at least. were moved to the Northern and at the end of that time I was better than
,
> J1 The Pensacola Journal of Tuesdaysays beautiful tints.
'J :,'iti ,- .
': "v,Cocoa wants to be the county seat lfore. I had a splendid -
.) :: ;;: :;' Western markets, and the remainderof I ever bad been
;I thrown down the gauntlet. : "How much did you give for that and never weighed more in
l ;' and has the crop Is now being distributedin color
"
;< i'- "With the clearances at the custom opal! asked Nokara of Starry, when
i"d' .. She has promised to present her proposition nearby markets. my life.
1 ;:i" house yesterday the value of exports his curiosity overcame his thirst. is without
; next week and when that is I The fruit has been handsome "I certainly think Pernna
rl! very
r from Pensacola for the fiscal year,' "That no opal; it's a chunk of glass" a rival aa a tonic and strength builder,

i- made public Titusville will determine which does not end until next Tues- in appearance this year, which madeit said Sterry, gazing carelessly at the and it has my endorsement."

= her plan of action, but she ready sellers. It was not on account -
k.f upon day, reached $19,500,000 lacking only glass agate. This lady entirely recovered from a

; I ,Ks: 4. 't. ,will put up a strong fight to retain half a million of reaching the $20. I of the inferiority in appearanceof "As you are probably aware" said nervous breakdown She did not go

*[:?' ".; ,' the county seat and we have no 000,000 mark. Already the value of the fruit that caused the low Nokara "I am one of the greatest living away to a sanitarium, and spend hun-

: the result since we are has prices, but rather the flooding of the dreds of dollars for a cure. She just
3E doubts of the shipment from Pensacola exceeded authorities on opals. If that pieceof
; market from peachgrowingsection staid at home, took reruns, and In four
firm in our conviction that she will any former year in the historyof every glass as you call it, Isn't worth several I .
r Ji- : which brought the prices months weighed more than ever in her
the and it is believed that thousand dollars I'll eat of
.S win out. port, one color life looked
.f. ;,, down. life, bad % splendid ,
F 1f """ --"', twenty millions will easily be reached. those large touring cars out there bright to her. Peruaa did all tbU for
/
. : ,f Contractor's Estimate Made There are a number of steamers in without any dressing. That's one of her. What more could be expected of
t- t .. A Sad Drowning Accident.
{ port taking cargoes and several of the finest opals I've ever seen, old Any remedy

: Contractor L. R. Decker informs these will clear before the end of the (West Palm Beach Tropical Sun.) pal". I Man-a-lin the Ideal Laxative.

us that he will build the jail up in month, thus greatly increasing the Word was received here Sunday of Bright and early yesterday morning

4 E first class condition, according to valuations. the drowning of the youngest son of Sterry plucked the precious stone TAX StatementTax

from the skylight and flanked either statement for the month of June MM
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Grier on
at a place
specifications, with all brick work for taxes levied and collected for MM year
Valued Same as Gold near Sanford. side by two husky house detectives 907, as per bee. 35, Chap. 4115 Law oflorida

4 complete, metal roof, metal ceiling B. G. Stewart a merchant of Cedar View. Mrs. Grier and three children two escorted it to a Fifth avenue jewelerfor .
r inside cornice of metal and brick; MIS&, "I tell my customers when they corroboration. Gol ted inH t ? *
I says boys and a girl left here Friday fora All three waited County RevenueJune Its twcelttd
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills they
two front rooms and hall, with brick buy s anxiously while the jeweler picked (>4 neral fund,___-- -.. J3.ft7.10 f lIi.t1
rT get the worth of that much gold in weight if visit to her parents near Sanford. up
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-'boolfuud__ ____ 516184 SW IE
I partitions and cement floors; all windows afflicted ness." Sold with under constipation guarantee, malaria at Banner or bilious-Drug Saturday noon she was met at the the knob and examined it. Road and bridge fund 2.21Z.27 9M1I )

and front doors to be replaced; Store. 35c. place by her father and the party start "Better take it to a glazier," was Spec- road- Ihst... No.' 1 I-11W MIl!M
: 2-3 1WU25Polk ...
and everything complete ed for home in After his cruel comment; "we don't handle
.{;.w = all painting a carriage. I (schoolfund6.(10) f511c

s '; for the sum of $2,900.00. Plenty of Ice in Key West. crossing the river beyond Sanford glass-ware or crockery." Total flibSUV- |-f.iilN

4 4 When this building is completed (Key West Citizen.) they stopped by the roadside' to eat a A Golden \. .V, STEW.'AST.
worth $10,000.00. lunch and while doing so some pigs Weddingmeans [<'ir. ft Seal] Clerk of('lrenit (Curt.
p'4' it will be
There is no danger of an ice fam-
about and the that man and wife have lived to a good
came youngest boy
=:' I Contractor Decker also says that ine in Key West this summer. The old age and consequently have kept healthy. Notice of Special lecti-m

1;> .. all the other buildings, including Consumers Ice Company now have started to drive them away. As he The best way to keep healthy is to see that A petition signed by one thud of the reswered -
: J your liver does its duty 3fi5 of .' .
did not return the rest of the party days out 3t))
of Itrevard
\ court house, county judge's office, three separate plants in commission, The only way to do this is to keep Ballard t voters county Imida. paying -
began a search and found his body in Herbine in the house for a change of the location of the tuMly
= { clerk's office, etc., with all fixtures either of which will make 25 tons of and take it wheneveryour site, having been presented at tin ftad.
liver
the river where he had fallen from gets inactive. 50 cents per bottle. '
July meeting of the board of orauril.
-. l-- worth $30,500 without counting ice a day. Sold by Banner Drug Store and Titusvil'e! county
- are
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the bank and was drowned.In Pharmacy. ;; ncn.: It bordered that an tlmt. ..be l.eli
,I.,.,P .j the land. New storage rooms have also been at the several preum U in "-Yard ...t .
answer to a telegram Mr. Grier
Florida on ednebdavuxust I9tb.***, for
added so that several thousand cakes
,. left for Sanford on the train Sunday CURE YOUR KIDNEYS the location of ouch county site

i14; Opportunities for Education may be stored and kept on hand. night. The boy was five years of --- The election 'iIIl.e conducted in the Mol

When all three of the plants are Do Not Endanger When Titus- manner prescribed by law fur boMiiMt general
and facilities for age and his loss will cast deep sorrowon e elections in this state exrei that the rrtata
Opportunities our working 1,200 cakes will be made each ville Citizen Shows You of such election shall be made to the vmutfntiitsioneris
j% : young people to get an education are 24 hours. the many relatives and friends of the Cure o. to the clerk thereof a4tfcr
the family in this city said board will on they fifth day after MM
{
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Y .constantly increasing, and perhaps After the storage rooms are filled, Why will people continue to suffer election publicly 'U\"iIIeoj the sac; awl the

n ;, '';' never before in the history of the the plant will be run to keep up with the agonies of Kidney complaint, place receiving a majority of the auavbcref

=r world has there been a greater needr the demand so that there will be at Enormous Manogany 5>nipments. backache, urinary disorders, lame- votes cast for shall be the. county site tt f i4reead
; county ten
; : J. for educated men and women. least one plant in reserve all the time. (Pensacola Journal.) ness, headaches, languor, why allow participating Yt'ars.y"tt'rs in said electkm Gust
,
themselves to become chronic inva-
be registered and hare the
f'. }' The obstacles to success and progress The output of the Consumers plant Thirty-five million feet of mahogany lids, when a certain cure is offered and pre-rxtuiaites to voting sameqrohftattfew as:in gvaeral...

p F. were never greater and com- together with that of the Curry plant timber is to be imported by Mengel &. them? tions.

., .. guarantees that there will be plenty Co. At said election the ballot used >.uti..a
keen. of Louisville, from Africa and it Doan's Kidney.Pills is the remedy
i .. petition was never so plain bite piece of paper having. ..... Success demands fitnea. cf ire this summer. is expected that this immense quantity to use, because it gives to the kidneys printed on one side thereof:

__, now preparation ---- will be handled through Pensacola the help they need to perform __ _.Against removal of county toile few Tituaville .

... and qualification. How+ Thin? as the firm has now resumed its shipments their work. If you have any, even ______For.removal of county site to .__ _
L:T The young man ruhin; into l>u-i- one, of the symptoms of kidney dis- u
The following in-pectors and
tte off-r One Hundred Dollars Reward for through this port and has a eferkt u.rtion -
R, : ness of any kind mast mane preparation any ease of catarrh that cunnot be cured by eases, cure yourself now, before dia- are hereby appointed to fwo4. sssVelection I
for his life worfor his chosen It ill"A
a J. eIU"ECo.:: ., Props..Toledo OiVr a cargo at Tarragona wharf. in. Read this Titusville No 1-L,Uranzi', I. K 11-_*_
testimony
profession or must meet def?at and the uii'lerMzned have known F.J. Client the : P.[ L. Kyzer henry tortile m,tct r*; lie 1.:
Regarding reorganization of th > J. W. Webber, living on Main St., I(Gardner clerk.I'reciuct .
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'. ) for the lat I: y and believe him personally -
r failure. Cultivated! mind a- well a. honorable in all basinets transactions 'firm and the importing of mahoganythe Titusville Fla., says: "I used Doan's No Tituaville P. J. Hal

a? well trained mustle is needed in all! and financially able to carry out any obligation New Orleans Lumber Trade Journal 1 Kidney Pills and can say that they f.. W. Haile W. I. Fut'b. ii..|..ft."r,; .:. 1'
Wilson, clerk.
r ;. the walks and works of life. male lv WEST their: .k firm.T"u\x. of recent date contained the fol did me a great deal of good. My Precinct No 3-'ity 1'oibt B F. Hw

Among institutions which propo Wholesale Draggitts.Toledo Ohio. lowing: back was very lame and sore and w. H Sharpe. J. D Hatter. io rt MKJ. J
WALDIK. KI'UX S. MAR\ iv, pained me intensely if I stooped or Joyner, clerk.
to fit young men and women for successful \\hoJcsale Dru_::ists.Toledo Ohio. "The C. C. Mengei &. Bro., Co., of lifted anything. I was kept in almost Precinct N'o Roctledze, J. P. c..e.,

: life probably none offers advantages Ha'1"K Catarrh: Cure is taken internally act- Louisville Ky., has been reincorporated constant misery. My kidneyswere E. C. Johnson, J. M Sanders; inputs, I'M
ingdimtly nj>tn the Jowl and mucous surfaces Fisher, clerk.
4 superior to Columbia college of the svs-ttra Price, TV per ottle. and capitalized at ';,OOOOQ. The also very irregular and on ac- Precinct No. 5-Laa H lIie. P, A. MeMU

; : Lake City, Fla. i Sold bv all drugiists. Testimonials free company, it is reported expects to cut count of the two frequent action of lan John lloubtou J. R. ilatliers, ins
W R. Roesrh, clerk
Halls Family Pills are the est.
;; : A complete education has been provided 33,000.000: feet of mahogany timber on the secretions I was forced to arise Precinct No. MelWirne. U. S. Si....
the many times during the night. I read ker. W. O Wallace S. M
west coast of Africa and to con.vert Martin iup ct.R
r for. The literary, the esthetic, NOTICE about Doan's Kidney Pills, obtaineda C_ J. F. Campbell. rlerV ;

y, the practical, indeed the wants of Notice is hereby given that on the 17th day it into lumber at its Louisville box and had used them but a short Precinct No. 7-C. NS, B.,Ituo. (,'. U. Wad_

the whole man and the demands of of July. A. lJ_ 100.,. I will apply to the lion sawmill The company's past operations time before I felt a great deal better. stock burr,F clerk M Fores inspectors: ; } \V c.-

B. R.\\iKon,county judge of re\"ardcounty, in mahogany have been
very
the time I had
By finished the Precinct No. 8-Grant
the age are said to have been met. for leave to soil the tfJU"wiuft real estate of con- Charks t'hriltiaa
I Sidney Carpenter. deceased to-wit. large but their later plans should tents of the one box the backache had son John Benson, Lars J<*rgeB-* ius.....
It aims at the best possible education
Begun on the east shore of Indian river five place it in the extreme vanguard of become a thing of the past, and the tors; Adolph Benson clerk
at the lowest possible price and ((5) chain and forty.MX (-16)) links north of American mahogany lameness and soreness had disappeared. W.Precinct N'o -Banyan. R. B Sic wan.
producers"Starved J. C. L.
the south line of lot one ((1)), section .six ((6)), Kagan, Stewart inspector. S. A
= ; in addition to the regular boarding,; towitebiD twenty-six: ((26)). range south thirty. I am now able to rest well at Osteen clerk.Precincto.
f : (37) thence east ) night, my back is' much deorguna.. P. H \\rtt-
dormitory, the Cooperative College seven east twt'nty-five (i> to Deathis stronger, reId
James
Tuttle. .
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chains to Banana river, thence north and I Carter ia.ficetorn
along am feeling better in
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= Home enables our young men or the Banana river to a point three (3) chains what could truthfully be said of many chil- every C. D. Provost derk.
--1- due north of the east described line thence dren who die. They have worms, poor little way. Precinct No. H-MerntU. J. D s...
N' women who are willing to work and things-they don't know it and don't T. S.
For sale all F.
wet fifteen (15); chains and ten ((10) links to you realize by dealers. Price 50 Sanders O Humphreys, ilMf<. t y practice to get college it. If your child is (cross fretful, pasty cents. Foster-Milburn J. E. Reed clerk
4 economy a the east line of that tract now owned by one Co., Buffalo
complexion and loses I
M M Ramsey, thence south along said Bamey'g weight for no apparent New York sole Precinct So. 12-Haulover. J. \t. ( "
education.As reason it White's Cream agents for the United I B. II
give Vtrroifnge, Walton, T. R. Crook. inspeetsr
line one ((1))chain,thence west along said ( W
you will be surprised at the results and how States. I Watton. clerk.Precinct .
the Cooperative Home is limited Ramsey's south line fourteen ((14) chains and
it
links to Indian thence south quickly picks up. Sold by Titnsville Pharmacy Remember the name Doan's So.13-Cana\'rr-.l Owx
sixty (60)) river -and Quarter
: .Z in its accommodations it would be ward along the river shore to the point of he- and Banner Drug Store. take no other. man, Howard L. Holmes W. C.I'derwe. inspectors -

six and _._ ; N. N. Penny, clerk
well to make application immediately ginning containing : one-half(6l)acres --- -
p (Com Seal
more or less. ) B. A. Co>kUNS.
LLz to G. A. Nunnally, president, Lake Said land tone sold for the benefit of Michael CA.STOn..A. CGSTOR X A.? Chairman Roard of County rimi L L UM8
I Kea tie Its liiTi! Yea Ioal! Mreys BssgttBjjnatere ilea lie Kind Ian Nate Brevarl
r' City, for catalogue and other infor- Carpenter a minor son of Sidney Carpenter. ) :. iii, hrras BoIp&he County Honda.
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m: "_Contract for laying 8,500 square Arrest of Tampa Bankers Workers Return to the Extension and made their way north as far aar i

*& yards of vitrified brick paving at the Jacksonville where the !
Thursday
In
Warrants were Issued Another party, or gang, of exten- many ways -.
army post, Egmont Key, has been of their l
spending afforded
IFLORIDA Tampa for six'of the most prominent sion recruits, will arrive in the city money -
; awarded to R. L. Davis & Co. The there soon made them Indigent. Ev-
the had Wednesday morning and be sent to -
bankers city because they
; :. news was brought to the city by Mes- ery one of them so far have -
:f: ;' "'._- : the extension. These men are being expressed
9 Im'Tonris' Def srs. R. L. Davis and W. RI[ Fuller, failed to pay the occupation tax re- recruited in Jacksonville. satisfaction getting back in the .
> About 90
ft .:. i' './-- t;'.-'-.v.- :__ who returned yesterday morning from quired by the city ordinances. The railroad employ-Miami Metropolis. 1
cent. of
per those
recruite
Jf:: t of.'Q fiIImla Egmont Key, aboard the government so far {
fl i' steamer attention of the public to the fact this summer are men who have been WANTED-Second hand bags and burlap; i

r cry ha 7been let, for agrCtl8.000 General Timothy Pickering. that the banks were not paying the employed on the extension before any kind any quantity, anywhere; we pay ***
Work will begin at and the freightEICHMONDBAaCO.BichinondY <
once contract "
t ;,. ";- ) ,school._ building.. ,at tax in question.was brought up by theWing .
'1' price, per square yard, is $2.53.
rJfi:
7. 0
"" forces in the late campaign.The .
f.g; ::'ol.1i Davis & Co. is one of the most enterprising
:k Jt goes:are:plentiful. on the Punta in fact that the ordinance of the ROLLINS COLLEGE y.
companies the city and '
|| : GO da market. at 30 to 40' cents for a recently city requires that the banks pay their
completed similar
a contractTampa
:i. F % 'foer-quart it r" tf" basket.or. 25 cents a dozen. Tribune. license tax is considered by Mayor Florida's: Oldest College

is F;:Tbe'jury'In,the Bethea murder trial The first shipment of Elberta .Wing as sufficient authority for him trial College Arta and,Academy Business.and Schools of Music,Expression;Fin Arts,Domestic aad Inda- ;"

t& iat Miami failed to and peaches to make an effort to collect them, let Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory and F
electric .
agree was dis to be sent to the now going up; light:steam e' -
local market furnace heat;large faculty;perfect health conditions,fine athletic field
.charged. .:Another trial'will the courts rule as they will and to gymnasium ;
be tennis courts,golf links
necessary. from an Escambia ; hase-ball and basketball teams champions oC Florida this
orchard arrived
;: :' county bring this matter to a head, he ordered year. Nearly quarter million dollars endowment; expenses moderate scholarship.
Pensacola available. Christian,hat undenominational stands for
Wednesday when a ;
Inspector of Licenses M. I*
; W. A.( Bethel for thirty-two years large shipment from the West Florida Character
Depew to have the warrants served. Culture Oon.du.otrNext
keeper of the Key West lighthouse, Fruit Farm, of which W. S. Reeves Is '
The gentlemen for whom the war session begin October 7. For catalogue address the President. tt
died in Key West Wednesday night at owner, reached: the city from Cottage
the rants are issuing are John Trice, Wm. F. BLACKMAN Ph. D. Winter Park Fla.
age of CT years. Hill. The peaches were among the ,
President. of the Cosmopolitan Bank
Mar P. Moritz of finest ever to be seen in this
Tampa, who has city and & Trust company and Bank of Tbor
''.; a i for :two years been president of the the fact that the Elberta will flourishin
City; D. F. Conoley, cashier of the rtLii
't State Federation of Labor, has resign I Escambia county has been proven First National bank; A. C. Clewis, [
-f.' ed that,official beyond doubt. The
position. : peaches were exceptionally
.'. President of the Exchange National ;
x The charge against J. O. LaFontisee, large and delicious and bank; A. R. Swan, President of the :

manager for. Albert W. Gilchrist in there can be no doubt that in future Cosmopolitan Bank & Trust company; HARDWARE

4 the recent primary campaign of criminal there will be a big demand for themin J. M. Harvey, President City Savings I

libel, has been dismissed. Pensacola.-Pensacela Journal. bank; M. W. Carruth, President of the

Tampa's new mayor, Hon. Frank L. :Mr. George T. Cureton of Leesburgwas American National bank.Announcement .

Wing, has declared against an "open" a passenger on the Seaboard yes Jas. Pritchard & Son }

% town. He says that the saloons and terday. He was, standing on the platform for SenatorTo

places of business must close on Sundays just as the train began to move the Voters of the 13th Senatorial Dutrict.

and otherwise strictly observe when against another him passenger brushed up Fellow Citizens: I am a candidatefor Handle the Finest Lines of
very hurriedly. Mr. Cure
the .
law ton lost his balance the senate and I stand for The j.
; could not recover Heavy and Shelf Hardware
; ; The returns from Calhoun county, himself and fell to the ground, and Compact.The :

the last county in the third congressional one of his hands got caught under the political organization of socie- s

district to be heard from, have car wheels and his four fingers were ty never has, and never can satisfythe

been canvassed, and gives Dannitte H.1aY8 ground off, the thumb alone being demands of human nature. The Our Stock of #

a majority over J. Walter Kehoeof
saved. The car was stopped, the unfortunate Compact is a new science which
203 votes. This makes Mays a winner Guns and Sporting Goods
man was sent to the hospital teaches the true organization of so N
as the next congressman by fifty-
six votes. by the railroad company, and Dr. ciety. I stand for The Compact be- is complete at all timesPaints

Harry Dozier the surgeon for the cause it will satisfy the demands of

The county of Escambia soon Seaboard ,_ *
may was phoned for and dressedthe r -- -- r-i-i
t human nature perfectly. The prin- .
experiment with a new paving mate wonni and
gave Mr. CUreton all
ciples of The Compact are stated in
t, rial, known as petrolithic pavementfor other ail I'Ossble.-Ocala! Banner.As and Oils of Quality
a small tract which I will send to any ;
country roads. The material used
is oil a punishment for its obstinateness one making the request. one of our Specialties ;
sand, and asphalt and it is said Clark G.
Smith the Daytona
The declarations of the
the paving can be done for approximately Beach photographer last candidates

t $4,000 a mile on the average Sunday before the late primaries are evi-
pushed his
automobile into the E Ebe
.: Florida sand road. there to leave it to the mercy of sea the dence of the maladjustment of our Quotations for large or small orders will

_; Suits aggregating $402,700 were. today relentless tides which ebb and flow social relations. Every candidate given personal attention. Mail Orders ,

filed against the Tampa Water twice in twentY-four hours. :Mr. advocated some needed reform. The solicited and promptly'filledFZrCSVIJ.LE, l 1

} .j Works company in the office of the Smith had started for Mosquito Inletto candidates and the people were di-
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x clerk of the circuit court. The suits take photographs of the stranded vided. All were antagonistic. The : :: : ]

are the outcome of the disastrous fire whales. When near the approach ot struggle for supremacy must: continue -

in Tbor City, March 1st, when the alleged the Port Orange bridge the motor refused while political organization lasts. wmN1NNJwmHmmmmmmm '

shortage of water allowed the i to "mote" and becoming disgusted Under The Compact,which is socie-

fire to get beyond the control of the I the owner of the runabout ty organized for the purpose of sat- _n__ .____ .___ ___ .___ _'_

fire department and so entailed a loss that wouldn't even run about a minute isfying the demands of human nature -
Ford Model "S" RoadsterReaches
of nearly a million dollars. Tampa shoved it into the sea. It was afterwards unity will take the place of dis-

Times. taken from the ocean by a cord under the the world
Compact
the Acme of Achievement in Automobile ConstructionNo
number of
and Smith
Unorganized longshoremen and persons sold it will turn to useful service the energy

wharf laborers in the employ of tbe for a small sum.-Daytona Gazette now wasted in cruel conflict.I .

Louisville and Nashville Railroad at News.
am not standing for an ideal, a
Pensacola are on strike for an increase In sustaining Attorney John P. Wall I
theory, or a hoary precedent, am
: ,of 10 per cent in wages. The in his argument regarding the thirteen standing for a scientific truth.

number to stop work did not materially saloons which kept open on May 19, Every reader can know that The

= effect the loading of vessels at the date of the first primary, Judge Gor
Compact is a science. I am preparedto
w various wharves of the company,' as don rendered a decision that the sa-
discuss the facts and the princi-
cotton screwmen and other branchesof loons did not violate the law, as primary -
ples of The Compact with
labor which organized, did not elections anyone _
are are not to be regardedas _
who wishes to make an investigation.There .t !
strike. general elections and that the saloons s
which are only three new facts:
Captain Tucker says there will be kept open had not violated
the law. In an eloquent argument 1. The law of demand. t
from six to ten families move to this \
Colonel Wall showed that laws gov 2. The natural division of society.
city shortly from Rochelle, his former !
erning primary and general electionsare 3. Organization for the purposeof .
that he
home, for the same reason is..
us not the same and that the accused satisfying the demands of human other car at twice the price offers greater value to the buyer thanis t I
residence ;
taking up his among men had not violated the law. He nature.I found in this latest creation of the Ford factory. A 15 h.p. 4cylindercar

our splendid conveniences market, was sustained by Judge Gordon whoIs of rakish design, capable of any speed from 3 to 45 miles an hour on
school, churches and the central loca- am not posing as a leader, but I any kind of road without a change in the gear.A .

tion of the city and the ease and recognized as one of the ablest jurists am necessarily in the position of a car that incorporates many of the features of a $4,000 car, including -

convenience with which communication in this section. Judge Gordon held teacher. rumble seat, semi-enclosed body, long sweeping fenders, protected i

that primary elections are really not running board, all at a price of $750 F. 0. B. Detroit Michigan
can-be had with the rest of the The man who votes for The Com- I i
election days and he has thus set a
State.-ocala Star. precedent in this section.TampaTribune. pact is not a supporter or follower, INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE, TITUSYILLE, Handles the FORD CARS +I t

} The Confederate Memorial Associa- he does not depend upon me, does Catalogues giving full information sent on application "

tion is a new organization formed in not need me. His vote means a demand _. _
thousand drunks, not Including
Jacksonville Monday night with a One for an industrial organizationof t

large membership. Miss Sallie those convicted of being drunk and society which can and must satisfy $ Kinds;
and drunk and fighting, is
disorderly
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Holmes was elected president, Mrs all natural demand. A vote for n. ne baakeo.
the record of Pensacola for the fiscal I IU Dud kr our .1.... OW rile lor th.tbs.abf.Gr EDI T
Porcher L'Engle, vicepresidentIrs. The Compact means that the voter d1a.tr.ed: and dewrtetii
ending Friday night, accordingto <
C. and Mr. Lucian year **A Book More in your home.
R. Cooley, secretary understands his rights and how to
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the report of Chief Sanders of the II free. Wni twUr f utrmtee .It. ,
Boggs, treasurer. The, associationhas them. Ow rnrei the.lu e.t. W me for catalog
police department, who completed his secure Tk.I.rae.t. mail.rd.,r Book.fco...e n id.world; 44 rears. m Le....... 'if.
in view the erection of a buildingon report of the work of his department I stand on this proposition: Osat THE FRANKLIN-TURHtR CO., 65-71 Ivy Su, Mt>.nta. G.
some prominent site in Jacksonville -
for the year. The report shows that The Compact will satisfy the demands -
to cost about 60000. this build '
over 6,000 arrests were made and that of human nature perfectly.The Florida's Higher Educationallnstitntionst I IThe
ing to be used exclusively by the Con ,
federate organizations of the city and fines aggregating $26.000 were assess- proposition requires study and

State. ed in the recorder's court, and that every statement of The Compact State College for Women i ,

$18,250 was collected, a record not excelled should verified.. University of the State of Florida. 1,
Nat Williams has at his fruit store in city in the south for (Florida Female College) ;
any is I
Whether the assumption that
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: near the depot on exposition a squashof revenues. The report then gives the Tallahassee Florida Gainesville, Florida. (
: The Compact is false or that it is true
prodigious dimensions. This squashis number of convictions on various tr
of fine shape and clean, healthy charges and the first is 1,000 for plain does not matter provided there fol- A college for women, without a A high-grade institution foryoung

color and weighs fifty pounds. It drunks, followed by 140 for being lows a thorough investigation.The I.parallel in the south, embracing a' men, offering literary, scientific en- t
college of liberal arts a normal
was grown by Asa Cox, a coloredman drunk and disorderly 423 for drunk existence in the popular mindof I school; a school of industrial; arts; a gineering, agricultural and pedagogical t

from seeds sent from Washington. and the idea that there is an enemy of f
and assaulting 366 for disorderly school of fine arts, offering instruction courses.

Cox lives a short distance northof 569 for fighting. Pensacola corres- the people is not without foundation. drawing, painting,piano, pipe

the Powell-Smith Co's. still, on pondent to Times-Union. But the real enemy is political orga- organ, violin, voice culture, elocu Strong faculty; well equipped lab'f

very low land. Seeing the squash nization. tion, and physical culture. otories; thorough instruction, both

gain In size every succeeding night Help for Those Who Have Stomach The notion that a king, a railroador Forty Florida counties and seven theoretical and practical; careful supervision -

and fearing that its increasing weight Trouble a corporation is the enemy, is a states last session.represented in the enrollment, and discipline; high moral \ fi! '1

would eventually cause a further sink- about twelve years furs tone.
for t
After doctoring delusion.A Fine new dormitory, with rooms .s
ing of the land, which he could not bad stomach trouble and spending nearly five
for hundred and 1
broader knowledge will show one sixty girls just
hundred dollars for medicine and doctors' No tuition charges to Florida stu't
afford he cut i.t'and brought it to .
fees I purchased my wife one box: of Cham that all the ills of society must disap- completed. Plans for other exten-
town Monday morning, although it berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, which sive improvements are already made. dents. Other expenses very low. (
did her so much good that she continued to pear under the natural organizationof For further information For and information address
was far from having reached its full done her more goodthan or cata- catalogue -
size. Very little fertilizer had been use them all of and the they medicine have I bought before.- society. Our ignorance, not the logue, write to ANDREW SLEDD, f.
Iowa. This medicine of creation has human A. A. MURPHREE
given the vine on which the squash Samuel Boyer. Folsom laws produced President.
Samples
is for sale by Titusville Pharmacy. misery. ADHEMAR BRADY. President. I
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: 'y In no property, while the trusts are Allegheny National to Pa/ I larger. The total receipts were $599- The Spirit of the Fourth. T -

j combinations dealing in the productsof Tbe officers of the Allegheny National KG.7C3 and the total of expenditures! It atanda on the mountain where fro *a

KEEPING{ I! 1 TAB labor. : bank of Pittsburg, the Quay Institution were$G59! "1,755. Customs have fallen Alaska and conceals cold In the wowdrlfu Mr

Vermont Not For Bryan. looted by Cashier Montgomery off about $46,000,000 and the internal colcL
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deficit tin cotton
The Vermont Democratic convention now announce that all depositors revenues 19000000. The postal It walks In the south whew

7 tabled a resolution to Instruct for will .be paid In fulL If restitution is will be nearly $13,500,000. white banjo are bwn-

; Bryan by a large majority and cheeredthe made It Is expected that the judgmentsof Poison Squad Dirbanded. And mina the .all strings night.of the

O ON l THEWORLU f mention of the name of Johnson. the city and state with be with- Upon the second anniversary of the Rain or shine every year oa the very

: Bryan and Johnson Quizzed. drawn. passage of the pure food law June SO, It raises same Old date Glory In every itate
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Lincoln Steffens follows up in the Remarkibli Child Burglar. the; famous "poison squad. or class of And the rockets Ignite with the same hal-

1. July Everybody's the line of inquiry The case c/ Annie Wilson, a deserted food experimenters, conducted by Dr. lowed fires broughtby
Lexington's battle were
child of nine who has confessedto H. W. Wiley. That from
directed last month toward Rooseveltand years aw- -' our sires.
: Bryan In the Saddle as Democratic Taft as* to "what Is the matter having robbed more than fifty chemist of the department

with America and what to do about It" homes In Brooklyn, N. Y, of articles 'r" of agriculture It speaks to the traveler. girdling the

I National Convention with some heart talks with Bryan and valued at 10000. Is certainly exceptional was dis Of America earth. glorious land of his Mrthl

Convenes at DenverGrayNot Johnson the rivals for the Democratic in the annals of crime. The girl "a-, < banded. During It teaches the children In letters. e[ lime

omination. Steffens says that Bryan Implicates, however a woman who. she this period nearly The magical meaning of UVrtys w-

Willing to Take Second 13 the same radical at heart that hewas says directed her effortsl The methodwas i ;, every class of It calls from the dust of tbe stot riddled

Over twelve years ago and that that is to stroll along the streets with an x' foods has been The tals stern Continentals, arrayed In their

?? Place-Fight Injunction trhy the old Democratic leaders still old baby carriage, into which the ar- scientifically rags.

ticles taken from the houses For it never grows old. and It never candle
.s Plank Mexico Disturbed by try to depose him from the leadership were con-
cealed. The mother of the child had effect upon these -
secured direct appeal to the
by party .
Fourth of Jtiy.Minna
f Immortal of
Northern Section. Th spirit
In A board has
Uprising membership. Bryan began his answer been sent to prison, and she was compelled men. Irving In I-esMe's Weekly.

-- Shah's Amnesty) Offer Tends' by saying; that standards had been lowered to live alone with a younger sis- been created to
ter in a small room. pass upon the final
the of
to Quiet Persia-English Suffragettes by making; money measure Dr. IL W. Wiley. decision as to the New Variety of Wheat.
success regardless of methods of acquiring Engineers' Chief Aids Trust.
quality of the food, and there are now for years E. P. House of Gredey.o ,
-- It. lIe added that "the for
- r Make Another Big cure When the government's suit againstthe about 100 criminal cases in the courts. .; has been trying to secure a cress
he lowering of our ideals Is to raise our
t Conj Standard 011 company was resumed Dr. Wiley says that manufacturers and between l a winter and a spring wheat
Demonstration-Zeppelin '. "
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t at New York June 29, F. A. dealers have generally come to see that combining the superior qualities of

., quers the Air. in that direction. The cause of the Burgess assistant grand chief of the It pays !better to obey this law as to each. He now seems assured of success

oweriiig was the "opportunities to Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, branding their goods for what they are. as both varieties, planted In alternate
{ make fast" lie admitted
money that was called to the stand by the defense rows in his field are floweringat
the man who owned the machines and and testified to the effect that the oils
: I POLITICALDemocratic j the same time something; he bM
"y. not the Inventor the workers had ,
or of the Galena Oil a branchof
company I SOCIOLOGICALConvention 1 worked patiently for for threw yean.
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: ; } '. "profited from the rapid multiplicationof the trust, were of a superior char- The aim of House is to obtain a wheat
F Convention On. wealth." The mistake had been
acter and that on this account they which can te planted in either the
The big quadrennial gathering of the made of creating corporations without of Clubwomen.It .
; had been adopted by the Louisville and spring or fall with good returns. To
Democratic clans is about to open in regulating them. Considering; this and :Nashville on which line he was em- was estimated that 20,000 members stet the cross of spring wheat he crossed -
1 the Immense new convention hall at the trusts Bryan found that "the great ployed. af various women's clubs were assem-
the durum variety with the Egyptian -
Denver as this summary closes. In economic evil to be remedied is the unequal bled in Boston at the opening of the
Life Term For Orchard. For winter
which yields so heavily.
many respects the situation is similar distribution of wealth." He added ninth biennial convention of the Genzral .
Harry Orchard the confessed murderer variety he planted Defiance and
y % to that which the Republicans experienced that the remedy must be found "in Federation of Women's Clubs. Of
of the late Governor Steunenbergof Gold Coin. Farmers are much Interested
t on the eve of their national convention an approach to equity." In determinIng ; these 1,100 were delegates representingclubs
Idaho and more than a score of oth- in this experiment and are confident
at Chicago. Bryan appears to the method of approach he said in every state and every city of
; er persons whose confession was used with House that the new variety -
1 be as much In control at Denver as was : that It was necessary to choose between considerable size In the land. Mrs.
:1 ly( the state in Its effort to convict the will have all the good qualities
Roosevelt at Chicago. Nearly all correspondents socialism and individualism the Sarah Platt Decker p slded. Mrs.
I leaders of the Western Federation of of the durum and other varieties. be
l on the scene say that Dryt former proposing "to eliminate the em Philip N. Moore of St. Louis was elected -
Miners and who was sentenced to hardy enough withstand the winter
an's nomination Is conceded, althoughthe ployer" and the latter "to restore ando president for the next two years.
death, has now been saved from the and yet be adapted for spring plant
+ conservative allies keep up a show safeguard; competition. lIe doubted
gallows by the state board of pardons. ing.
4 c -s of fight Under the lead of Judge Parker that the ;government could ever control -
: Ills sentence was commuted to impris- I FOREIGN I
I f- k of New York and other eastern monopoly; hence he would check
t onment for life. Friends of the fed- _
I Democrats a strong memorial resolu- the growth < the trusts beyond a safe Agricultural Motor CarL
eration this Is what
say just they expected -
tion to Grover Cleveland, commending point. As..1 the struggle between labor Revolt In Northern Mexico. Automobiles for agricultural purposes
reward for Orchard'sconfession.
policies opposed by Bryan, raised the and capital, he said it would never as. the When the reached Following the raid of several hun- are attracting considerable attention -

t direct Issue of platform principle at the be settled Orchard in he Is said to have
prison
outset, but Bryan's friends expect to approximate to Justice'" town of Viesca, June 20, President So widespread has Interest in this subject
shown
-c L' pass a Cleveland resolution of their Governor Johnson- of Minnesota-- spoke no !surprise. Diaz Issued a statement saying thatit become that there will lie held at

t own and the platform Is expected to of the absurdity of party allegidftce Extradited Exporter Escapes. was the work of criminals and that Palermo, Italy next fall a competition

; contain an Injunction plank radical and of the centralizing pace in business Francis G. Bailey, the fugitive president they would be dealt with severely. At for motor machinery for viticulture.

enough to suit Gompers. Bryan Is disposed and politics, admitting that the of the New York Export Shipping; the same time the large number of says the Scientific American. The butt

to seek party harmony by offerIng workers were all the time getting less company who got away to Honduras government troops ordered to the machine of this class will be awardeda

' the second place on the ticket to an ndlvldnality. lie added that classes with a cargo of stolen goods valued at northern frontier to diploma and a $".OOO cash prtw. and

eastern conservative and Gray of Delaware lad developed out of this condition, $_00,000. Is reported to have escaped guard the towns two such machines will be purcb ed.

was a favorite, but he Issued a those who control political power and just as he was about to be brought & : along the Rio A second prize of $(W and a goal

statement saying that he had not con- resources and the peasant class. But back to this country by a New York Grande showedconsiderable medal will also l Ill' given. Applications

sented to stand for either the first or when asked what we are to do aboutIt police officer. Cailey had been brought uneasiness must be sent to the minister of agriculture

second place. Johnson replied. "I don't know. aboard a steamer soon to start for New as to the at Homo II'rorUI;. 15. aad I

His remedies would be to knock the Orleans along with his brother and outcome. It apr the machines must lie at Palermo Ivy
North Carolina For
Bryan. tariff Impose Income and inheritance two other officers of the steamer Golds- pears that the attack Oct. 16.

Congressman W. W. KItchin was taxes, have the cities own public utilities hero on which the goods were brought ,, was part of
North
nominated for governor by the
from New York but the
and make the government represent during nighthe a preconcerted re-
Carolina Democratic humanity Instead of the Interestsby managed to get ashore in a small 'k1 volt which rapidly ; A HAPPY

s tion at Charlotteas convent getting back to Jefferson, Jackson, boat. On demand of the American con spread to other dis- HOME

s Adams and Hamilton. From which sul soldiers were put upon the trail of President Dliz. tficts. Althoughthe
the outcome
t as
i of a prolonged Steffens concludes that all of our lead- the missing; man. troops at Viesca were able to offer Is one where health abounds.

1 dead-lock between I ers are "looking backward for the fu- Admitted Taking Rebates.A. spirited resistance, the place was With impure blood there cannot -

the reform : ture. He believes that the trouble is Booth & Co. of Chicago one of captured. Next came an attack on be good health.

forces and that our leaders have not been think the largest commission houses in the the town of Las Vacas. opposite Del With disordered Ll 'ERtherC

the railroad Interests ing and that the people have not been west has confessed to having accepted Rio, Tex. There the rebels were drivenoff
q" cannot be good blood.
r
s: Kitchln thinking. All have been absorbed in rebates from the railroads on shipments after a sharp battle some taking

standing for the concrete getting and fighting. Steffens in refrigerator cars from tbe refuse; In American territory. Secre-

progressives.This thinks it Is time for all to do some seaboard. The maximum fine is $"_0.- tary Taft ordered General Myer of the
J
thinking.LEGALCRIMINAL. 000. department of Texas to have his soldiers
4.I' result came utt'sPilis
:.. aftertheconvenw. Southern Pacific Again Indicted. assist the federal officers of the I l

W. Kitchin. tion had balloted A. federal grand jury at San Francisco law in catching the Mexican refugeesand I

: fifty-Bine times. Then Senator Simmons I I has indicted the Southern Pacific in maintaining the neutrality of
revivify the torpid LIVER and t
chosen Denver the border. Thomas S. Labrada, leader restore
to
was as a delegate railway on nineteen counts for paying
and by the large majority of 523 to Recount Verdict Against Hearst. rebates to the Nevada Pine Box and of the Mexican junta at Austin. Its natural action.A .

t 194 the convention voted to indorse and Under instruction from the judge the Lumber company and the latter for receiving Tex., reported that the rebels had captured healthy LIVER means

instruct for Bryan for president Jury which has been conducting the recount ; same. the city of Jiminez and he Insisted blood. pure

r; Local 1 Option In Tennessee of the, New York mayoralty voteIn Toledo Ice Men Pay Fine. that several companies of the Pure blood means health.
--- -- federal troops had gone over to the
.-. Incomplete returns of the Tennessee 1005 on the appeal of W. Hearst the I The Toledo Ice and Coal company revolution. The state department called Health means happiness.Take .
.- Democratic primaries indicated the has returned a verdict sustaining has pleaded guilty to the charge of accepting
Governor
of Texas toprf'Serve
bis upon Campbell no Substitute. All Druggists.
election of Mayor McCIellan. legal
4 nomination of Patterson for governor rebates from the Ann Arbor the laws. Texas
;. '- by a safe majority over Carmack, and plurality being reduced to .1.063.. Counsel i railroad and has paid a fine of $3,750. neutrality called -
were to in
rangers upon help
i' for Hearst had tried to show that
this meant a victory for local or county Texas Seizes Trust Oil.
the of raiders
the boxes in certain districts bad been pursuit trying; to enter SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
f't, option as opposed to state wide pro- The attorney general of Texas: has Mexico and of refugees. t
stuffed and made a motion for a new
hibition. However. Patterson on the seized several million! barrels of oil and FLORIDA TIMS UNION
i
.. trial, bat this was denied. The legal Amnesty In Persia.
stump ,bad promised that If the platform other property owni-J by the Standard
called for prohibition and the leg- expenses: of this remarkable contest Oil and has collection After the reactionary forces of the The Great State Paper
prevented
islature passed such a bill he would have been enormous. Hearst is said to company shah of Persia had obtained complete DULY AND SlVDAt ft MONTR
of funds
due that
; sign It One notable feature of th? Lave spent over $ OOOi). and the mayor : company In an control of the situation and more than Three Months II .',0 six Moatbt ff199
effort ti> compel the payment of penal- Twelve Mott.1e) 00
says that his; costs amount to $JO.- 400 people! had been kil1t'lllo tinstreet
contest was the defeat of Congressman
tie Imposed to the amount of $ti.OCK- The
Semi.Weeklynmes.Union and
Gaines by J. W. Byrnes, a Nashville wo. 000. fighting in Teheran, with the radicalparliament
lawyer.For Hearst acquiesced in the final decision dispersed, the shah issueda The Farmer and fruit Grosser I
that if Oral Betting at Track Legal.
although maintaining t general prxx-latnation of amnesty Ole. Frt Maine Prohibition.The the stuffed; boxes were thrown out he la the! case vf the state against Mel- granting full IiIII.rtto ail persons suspected to Agricultural and flues FrulU. U...

Republican state convention at would have boon elected. In a cabled i viKe: Collins. Justice BischotT, sitting in of political opjiosition( to the I tock. etc Malt TbetwopapenrorII0)perfeq us jour tubscrtpitooFlorldiTimesUaloaJicksoniilii.Fll

Bangor Me., nominated B. M. Female message from London be said h.r had the New York county supreme court, government. This step was deemed

x for governor and reaffirmed the party's made the Ion? and co-tly fight; not to i I il.TiiUil that Collins had not committed nNesan.to: heck the stfrit: <>f revolution : ,

belief lu the prohibitory law. Resubmission make himself mayor, but to secure au }j i any crime In accepting money on a and restore a semblance of order

',' of the law to the people wa honest count and that a precedent had !! (,(>t at Shei'psbedd Cay race track in the realm.

t the main Issue before the convention. been made which would prevent election : two weeks ago. Justice P.iscboff holds The shah Is saM to have been In'nsl..1 -

f thieves from hiding behind the I that uo Ftat" logNlaTnn*. far
Bryan's Property Assessment.The so as any ("( at the nunilicr of liwls who

f tax assessors at Lincoln Neb barrier of the law in future. 'I reirij.s show ever bad in mind the were receiving protection in thv British DIARRHOEAThere

estimate that the property of W. J : Thaw Scekir.g Jury Test. bettie legation, and a gar l of (''"sack's

Bryan liable to asst's:'meut amounts to I Pending! action on his appeal for a I was pinned about the legation while a

$34,500. The Bryan farm is listed it jury trial to determine his sanity I V.MS not professionally nn-vtrjed or reg- mf'Ssaof protest was sent to King is
no need of
r $29.125. the house at $.1.000 and the Harry Thaw the slayer of Stanford I isfcred. P.ischoST holds that the penal Edward. The king replied tint there anyone sutTi '-
ing long uh this du. f .
Commoner at $1'. O. It Is understood White was remanded-to jail at Poushkeepsie. f J role provides no penalty for a bet between had been too much severity in the repression effect a q.an.UTe< n is asc. ;
jn.y mxs-
that a part of Bryan's fortune Is In the N. \ after Justice Dowliug |. one individual and another unless I and protested against the sary to take a few does at

form of government bonds. which are had refused the application for his gambling implements are In use. guard. After that the Cossacks were

not taxable. transfer from the asylum for the crim- wlthdrawn. Chamberlain'sColic 1

Gompers Again Defines Position. inal insane at Mattenwan. Dowling I EXECUTIVE I Lernoinj Diamond Fake.

Another &tatenn assailing the lie- expressed the conviction that Thaw All Europe has been laughing at the Cholera and

publican labor plank has been issued was still a dangerous person suffer- outcome of the long controverted claim i

by President Gompers of the Federation lag from the form of iusauity knownas Uncle Sam $GOCOOCOO Short. made by M. Lemoine of Paris that be Diarrhoea P.amedy:

of Labor. This insists l that they maniac-ilepressive.. with recurrent The end of the fiscal year, June SO. bad a formula for making; diamonds.When .

"ask no Immunity for any one guilty; moods. In which he might commit violent found the United States treasury approximately the time came for Lemoine to In sufficient.fact, in most cases one dose u

of whether be workmen acts.Banker $00,01.10,000 behind the to- It never fails and tan. be
wrongdoing they make good his promise to produce a relied upon In the
most
s. or others," but does insist upon Confesses $20,000 Theft. tal expenditures of the year as compared diamond as demanded by the court on dangerous ca es. It is severe and

:if equality before the law. Citing the Robert Ohnmeiss. Jr.. assistant treys with a surplus of over $54.000.- behalf of the man who had advanced; uable for children and is equally the tr-v.s:L-
< hatters decision the 000 a year ago. This condition is attributed Lemoinedid of saving the lives of
Danbury declaring urer of the Marine Trust company of money on the alleged secret many children
unions to be a trust, Gompers says Atlantic City has confessed to a defal by the department officials to not appear. lie had run away. each year.
r the labor "are the business depression in the wake ot made the In the world' history no medicine
! organizations voluntary cation of 20,000 and is held for trial. Thereupon the Judge public has
t_ In character and formed for the purpose While living in fine style he systematically the panic of last fall The receipts formula which had been placed In his ever met with greater success

x< M; of advancing and protecting personal used the bank's funds f )r: from all sources were $703.000,000 les PRICE 25c. URGE SIZE

t:: ': -. : rights." He adds that_they deal bucket shop speculationv. I than in the preceding fiscal year while 50c.
. K the disbursements'were:: S181.000.001)') Continued on page 1

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