The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
August 2, 1907


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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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DOINGS OF THEPRESENT Schloss Bros. ClothingDozens THE DEPARTMENT STORE Special Sale at glues I: LOCAL GOSSIP

:IFS. Preparatory to our annual inven-

WEEK of brand new models here tory we offer all summer dress goods Bargains la Every Department AND PERSONALSSomething

i for spring and summer wear-the AT COSTAll MONDAY,AUGUST 5,1907.
I fresh, crisp, clean-cut styles that you
men's boys' and children'sclotning.
Pungent Holes Pertaining to Events often see in fashion pictures,but sel- Royal Worcester corsets, in all the About the People of Titus-
l I I dom really find. latest models, these are usually sold
Transpiring About TownA We have them all; you find them i All millinery goods. I at $1.50 and $2.00. Monday's. special, yule as They Come and Go
All men's straw hats. ,
cool drink at a cool place at!I here with the- new long lapels, the All ladies', children's and infants' $1.00.White wash silk 24 inches wide A cool drink at a cool place at
K' semi-military ventless back, close-fit- ,
low cut shoes. I MANDY'S.The
ting collars and shapely shoulders.In special 49 cents per yard.
the up-to-date dunks at the fact you'll find we have everything Big reductions in other lines alII Black mohair inches wide, worth celebrated Plant Juice Reme-
through the remainder of July.
that's considered good style. 85 cents, Monday's special 59 cents.
Banner Drug Store. dies are for sale by C. Collins.
You are cordially invited to look JOHN R. WALKER & CO. Blue brilliantine, 44 inches wide,

Favorite drop head sewing ma- over these new things at your leisure; worth 75 cents, Monday's special 59 Mr. Geo. E. Pritchett returned

chines, $20.00. Indian River Music take as long as you want to do itwe're LATEST NEWS. cents. from Georgia Tuesday afternoon.
= House. only too glad to have you com- I Same in gray and white.
Come to the nine
cent sale at the
Yard-wide cambric worth 15
pare our goods with others. Our ,
Mr. I. F. Spencer left for Tenn- suits are priced all the way from AND INCIDENTSPersonal Monday only, 12 1-2 cents. Novelty Store on Saturday, Aug. 3rd.

essee Tuesday on the 3 a. m. train $8.50 to $20.00.Ve can fit any fig- Ladies' fancy collars, something When you are hot and thirsty dropin
entirely new, some are worth 50 and I
for a vacation. ure and any pocketbook.See at the Banner Drug Store for
our new spring and summer Paragraphs About People that 75 cents, your choice on Monday for a
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on furnishings. "* 25 cents. cold drink.

Sunday, August 4th, at LaGrange at Travel Here and There Ladies' tortoise shell back combs Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Battenfield,of

11 a. m. and Titusville at 7:30 p. m: WINSTON S. BRANNING with rhinestones, worth $1.50 and Delaware Ohio 1
used tour
are now
Slightly bicycles, cheap, at 79 on a
Titusville, Florida. $2.00, special cents.
For upto-date dressmaking patron Indian River Music House. I Tortoise shell side combs, good and in Germany.Miss .
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ize Miss Maggie Gruber, successor to Try Gruber's Peerless Ice Cream. massive, special 19 cents per pair. Cook, of St. Augustine, is
Mrs. C. A. Krulder STAR building, Dr. Graham Will Practice Law Men's linen handkerchiefs, worth
r i' Sold only at the Banner Drug Store. here on a visit to her friend, Miss
20 cents special 9 cents.
l ground floor. Dr.W. S. Graham of Miami formerly ,
I Maggie Collins.
:: Mr. E. E. Knox returned yesterday Dixie mosquito bars, extra large
Mrs. W. T.' Mathers left yesterday a resident of Titusville, has taken from his month's vacation in the size, good quality and fine meshes, For smart and up-to-date dress-

for Benton,Fla., where she will spend up the practice of law again, in con- north.Dr. $1.79 each, also for threequarterbeds making go to L. Mendel, rooms over '

.... the month of August looking after nection with J. C. Gramling, of Miami E. R. Blakewood expects to with turnover madras excellent frame, $1.25. the postoffice, Titusville, Fla. '
some business matters. under the firm name of Graham Figured patternsfor
take his vacation within the present ladies' and misses' dresses, 25 Dr. Spell moved Wednesday into x

Col. A. M. Thrasher, of Sanford, & Gramling.Dr. month.J. cents per yard. the Dodson cottage, on Washingtonavenue.
t attorney-at-law, in Titusville Graham has a record of success' Ladies' shirt waists, trimmed with
was M. Osban and L. A. Brady have We learn that Mrs. Kate
i as an attorney. Before going to Miami lace and embroidery, three-quarter
Monday attending to legal matters their new Fairbanks & Morse wind- Myers has secured the Bauknight
he resided at Orlando, where he sleeves, some worth $2.00 and $2.50,
before Judge mills in operation.Mr. special $1.75.Special cottage for a boarding house.A .

Mrs. Kate Williams returned from moved enjoyed to a Titusville large practice.where he Later formeda he A. Brady is having additional bargains in corset cover special train, with Vice Prod1

her visit to her daughter, Mrs. H. C. piling put down this week under some embroideries.New dent Parrott and General Superintendent -
with Geo. Robbins.
partnership M. Home sewing machine, drop
Sparkman, at Wauchula, Monday Then the firm established a branch of the fish houses on the city dock. head, latest improved, usually sells Goff and Mr. H. E. Bemis on

1, night, accompanied by Miss Leah office in Miami and built large W. E. Chandler, of Artesia, and for $50.00, Monday's special $33.49. board, went out on the Sanford
up a
t and Master Leland Losley. general law practice. Dr. Grahamwas Capt. N. N. Penney, of Nathan, were Special prices in. ladies' readymadedress branch Tuesday.and then left for the ,

;, ,The Titusville Boat Co. are busily foremost in in town the first part of this week. skirts. ,lower coast on a tour of inspection.
several many public Mail orders promptly filled on any
engaged getting launches in Titusville and with the early his- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Quarterman of the above goods. : Mr. Winston S. Branning returned

fine shape for the use of Mr. F. S. tory of Miami. He established the of Nathan, were in town Monday JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. home from the north last Friday af
the of the Eureka 'Phone No.
f Terry, proprietor 8.
Miami and THE STAR office pleasant ternoon. Mrs. Branning with the
: Metropolis in 1896, and singu- gave a 1 I
Fish Co. who is in Columbia
now ,
his home. larly enough, while living in Orlandohe call. Bank Prospects Brighten Up baby, is now visiting her sister, Mrs.

established the South Florida Rec- Miss Pearl Mims and :Mr. David Haddon, at Inman, S. C. Mr. Bran-
We have printed in full this week '
-t Under the new schedule persons I ord, which paper moved to Miami Carter were married yesterday at ning made a flyingtrip to Miami Sun-:
the address of Mr. W. M. Brown in
from down the river have two
and. is now the evening Record. So, Bonaventure, the home of the bride's day.
regard to the affairs of Fort Dallas
hours and a half between trains in reality, Dr. Graham is the fatherof parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mims. On-page 5 this week will be founda
the seat in the afternoon bank for the reason that many people -
county ,
both these statement of the condition
papers" After a short bridal trip they will. of Ind-
which gives time for considerable Dr. Graham's health : up and down Indian river are interested -I ian River State bank of this
failing forced make their home at Terra Ceia, Fla. I place,
shopping or other business affairs. him retire from active law in the bank financially, and which by handed in
to prac- The "Dentos," in charge of Dr. oversight, was
in justice to Mr. Brown himself the
r Rev. W. F. Allen returned Monday tice and he sold his interest to Col. Urich, is still located at the city dock president of the suspended bank. too late for publication last week.

: afternoon from Social Circle and W. W. Erwin. but is shortly expected to be hauled The bank's finances make a splendid
The latest from Miami is to the effect
; Atlanta, Ga., and has taken Mr. For a few years Dr. Graham had a out on the marine railway. Persons that the first payment to depositors showing for the depositors. '

Spencer's place in Branning's gents strenuous struggle for health. His desiring to have dental work done will probably be 25 or GO The store clerks played ball with

{ furnishing store while the latter is strong will power and high intelli- will do well to make their appoint- cent. The appraising committee will per the Titusville nine yesterday after-

off on vacation. Mr. Allen says he gence enabled him to whip the battle ments with the doctor at once. probably finish their work today, noon and the score stood 7 to 6 in fa- ._

finds the weather much cooler and against a lung trouble which threat- vor of the Titusvilles. The clerks
The houseboat Rochester is now when definite information will be
pleasanter here than in Atlanta. ened his life. He is now a well man rather surprised the boys in the seventh -
hauled out at Nelson's marine ways given out. Anyhow the prospectsare

The name of Jas. D. Beggs, of and comparatively strong again. and engine beds are being placed this brightening in the affairs of the inning by making four runs, ",
His friends will be glad to know which about evened the
Orlando, has been mentioned by week for a 20 h. p. Globe motor, bank and it is now confidently hope d up game.

some of his friends as a candidate that his health has been regained and which was formerly one of the motorsin that the depositors will lose nothing. Mr. W. II. Hall has purchased the

; for congress from the second that he is able to resume his prac- the yacht Sweetheart, of Daytona, ---- ----- Burns cottage on Washington ave f {

district. This is the, first intimationwe tice.Mr. owned by Com. C. G. Burgoyne.The Mrs. Myers' Boarding House nue, which is now occupied by Mr.
have heard of bringing the judgeout Gramling is said to be a young I Yelvington and family. The new
I DeLand Record of last week Mrs. Kate Myers is now conduct-
of much I
but believe if he would attorney ability."A owner will shortly make improve-
we consent says: DeLand friends are pleased to I ing her boarding house in the building

to run he would make a strong Cash Proposition"See see Judge Gaulden again in town. formerly used for this purpose, ments to the building, which will improve <-

race.R.. our ad on page 5. For the past month he has been in generally known as the Bauknight the appearance of the place.

H. Seymour, Miami; Henry EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. the hospital at Jacksonville, having cottage on Palm street. Mr. Losley Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mitchell and

Piepgrass and wife, Daytona; Uno. been operated on for appendicitis.He will continue the Alpine on the Euro- four daughters returned to Cocoa .

W. Pelot Ocala; W. Z. Hayman New Railway Schedule for the balance of the Wednesday afternoon from Jacksonville -
was on the table two and one half pean plan summer -
Durbin Mrs. H. Summerlin Fort I
; I
Pierce; Mrs. C. W. Hill, Nerauga Yesterday, Aug. 1st, a new sched- hours. He and family came up from season, furnished rooms and where they have been staying

Fla; Col. A. M. Thrasher, Sanford; ule went into effect on the F. E. C. Jacksonville the first of the week. meals a la carte.Locomcrti j'I since the first part of May on accountof

T. E. King, Jacksonville, Fla., are railway, which affects the entire sys Mr. B. B. Pyles has resigned the I ;; I II Mr. Mitchell's duties in shipping
among the prominent arrivals in I Disabled Monday pines to the northern markets. Mr.
tem. The night trains be-
passenger position of assistant auditor for the
town the past few days who were The northbound train 78 Monday !! Porcher and family have north
on -
Jacksonville and Miami I gone
tween have
registered at the Indian River hotel. F. E. C. R'y Co., to take charge of I I
delayed several hours by anI! for the balance of the .
been taken off and the double daily I summer.Kline's
--- the Trowell Drug Co., at Fort Pierce, j
FURNITURE DRY GOODS SHOES train service stops at New :accident that happened between Or-
passenger he and Dr. W. E. Vanlandingham I i I I
1 '' Specials in Clothing and
'mond and East Palatka. The
New stair matting Smyrna. having bought out the interest of:, passenger Gents' Furnishing Department
in shades Southbound train 29 leaves i i train in passing a switch sideswiped !
Jap-a-lac leading now A. E. Trowell in that company. Mr. i
with and without mirrors a freight resulting in the If you want any clothing you will
Jacksonville at 9:20 a. m., leaves Ti- Pyles' family will spend another : have better than
8-oz. & KVoz. duck; 2.50 drill tusville at 3:35, arrives at Miami i j i passenger engine being put out of never a opportunity
month in the mountains ere residing j next week. We will cut the prices
muslin underwear .
New ass't ladies'
!!business and the mail coach sustained
Shoes Shirts Overalls Ties Collars,11:30 p.m.Northbound. in their new home. ; almost in half and I want to tell you
Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 : train 78 leaves Miamiat --- I a few broken plank i the assortment is mighty j f ood. We

__ .__ I I 5:10 a. m., arrives Titusville 1:03: Wanted I ; can fit you and suit you.

Orange and Grapefruit Trees I I p. m., at Jacksonville 7:00 p. m. Two or three men to fell timber i I Dentistry ,: 'Phone JULius No. KLaunch KLIXE. Titusville.
Southbound train 33 leaves Jacksonville
and cut same up into wood. Apply Dr. Houghton's floating dental of-
Grown at Shiloh Fla., on high !
at 5:00 p. m., arrives at New to H. THE STAR office. flee "Dentus" is located the
hickory hammock. Free from white care I i now at Frances "

fly. One year to two year old buds. I. Smyrna at 9:40.Northbound .train 23 leaves New city dock here, where Dr. J. Edward : To hire or charter, for large or

Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully Smyrna at 7:00 a. m. arrives at Jacksonville "Down the Line"If i Urich will skillfully perform up-to- small parties 2> feet, 8 feet beam
date and reliable in all
and delivered at Oak Hill they will allow to drink at dentistry its
packed at 11:50 a. m. i you cabin and toilet. T. HALL,
station. J. W. GRIFFIS, I The service on the Sanford branch. all, why don't you send an order to branches by the latest improved>(! pain- Indianola, Fla.
less methods.As .
Shiloh, Fla. has been reduced to train your old friend, J. D. Crabb Co., -- ---
one per Box 702, Jacksonville, FlaT the Dentos will remain a limited Gun Repair Works and Sail Loft
day, Titusville at 7:15
leaving a. m., time those
FOR SALK CHEAP fOli CASH. I | desiring profe&ionalsor-
All work guaranteed. Guns stocked
1 returning at 6:05 p. m. !' i vices please take notice. I -
About 88 acres of good high land on Those who do much traveling on Ora-nge Boxes : and shot guns rebored.

the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat the road south of New Smyrna will '! We are prepared to furnish strictly I II. BEXECKE, Titusville, Fla.
the Narrows, described as follows: Lot be seriously inconvenienced by the first class orange boxes at very I Fence Wire t
Ifo. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section withdrawal of the double daily service -, low prices. Write us before placing I' We have in transit a carload of EI- i; Draying
31 south, 39 east. Drayinz or haulinc of all kind-
36 in township range : promptly -
on the lower of the road order. We have elegant 1 line wood wire diamond mesh
This land is unimproved but finely lo part your an fencing, attended to. Mttts all trains. Stove
cated. For farther particulars address but it is said the night trains do not of wraps, also cement coated nails. for field, stock and poultry use. i i Hood fur tale at all limt: .
E. M. Low, pay the expense of running them except -i EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. I Write us for prices. 1 II. E. IIOLTOX,

Brockton, Mas!!. during the tourist season. I Eau Gallic, Fla. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. I InusviJle:: tla.r .



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resistance. The hull "being above the MAY BE TEDDYVILLE. THE OLD BARN DOOR. Overvorkveakens f

MIl A MINUTE BOAT water, offers no resistance except to -
the air. Alabama Town, Which Has No Race Millionaire Buys Reminder of Boyhood Kidneys. ,

The Hewitt model craft weighs 2.630 Suicide, Wants a New Name. j
Days For His New Home. f
pounds as It Is. A boat of the same Presidents have come and presidents Unhealthy Klincys Make Impure Blood.
Daniel G. Reid once lived oc a farm "
Swiftly Gliding Craft Invented by power[ and strength can be made lave gone, but the great question that near Richmond, Ind. He was not All the blood in your body passes through
weighing 1.500 pounds. Such a boat
has been in Town Creek for
uppermost neither he rich but he moved three minutes.
kidneys once
Peter Cooper Hewitt. poor, was your every
will carry a load of 1,500 pounds. It
has not been
generations solved
says a away, went to New York and accumulated The kidneys are your "
Is estimated that the craft may carry Town Creek Ala. the blood
( ) special to New his millions in the steel and purifiers they filter
sixty pounds a horsepower at a speed i out the waste
-Y York Times. There is hope now, how- or
business. He is building a
BUILT ON AUTOMOBILE PLAN. of thirty miles an hour or even more. ever that it will be and some citizensare America at impurities in the blood.If .
place second" to none
The Hewitt craft can be steered they are sick or out
already practicing Teddy
Richmond Terrace on the Hudson. A of order,they fail to do1'e
around the sharpest curves high vllle as their home address.
Liverpool In Thirty Hours, Say Expert speed and when this Is done there Is who had few days ao he revisited the scene their work.
Long ago some pioneer no of his childhood says a Richmond spe- Pains,aches andrheumausm -
Engineers of New Vessel Small no loss of equilibrium but the stern
Imagination fixed Town Creekas
upon cial to the New York World. come from excess -
Model Skims Above Surface of Water, skids, as do an automobiles rear the of the future
name metropolitancity -
of uric acid in the
the farm
lIe entered the old barn on
) Leaving Room For Play of f Waves. wheels when driven fast on a sharp of I.awrence county Ala. Nobody where he was raised and found carved blood,due to neglected ..

CUrTe. changed it in time and it sticks hencean kidney trouble.
t Sixty miles an hour at sea-the mile ; deep in the oaken door panel the Initials -
air of scorn that has been assumedby Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
t "
: k a minute craft is here. "D. G. R. which he had cut heart beats and makes feel
SODA FOUNTAIN IN A CHURCH the citizens of Tuscumbia. who one as though |
New York to Liverpool In thirty there when a youth. He bought the they had heart trouble, because the heart is *
said that
have always probably no-
hours Is to be the next step. door had it carefully crated and shipped over-working in pumping thick kidcey-
of Attendanceof could mistake whether
Novel Method Attracting body they were
These are the amazing claims made to his New York estate house, poisoned blood through veins and arteries. tIt
Churchgoers In Hot Weather. talking of a town or stream when the
by engineering experts for what is declared where it will occupy a prominent place. used to be considered that only urinary .

by them to be the most stupendous A soda water fountain In a church name of their home was mentioned. "Some of the'happiest days of my troubles were to be traced to the kidneys

4 Invention In the annals of will be the novelty presented at the This spirit has spread also to Yocom. life were spent In that old barn," he but now modern science proves that nearlyall
Central Church of Christ Disciples In Mehama, Igoburg. Oplee, Basham. constitutional diseases have their beginning -
epeed-a boat, or gliding craft built, said "and there were some that were
N. Y. the New York Tebble. Tavern Motes, Step, Brick in kidney trouble.If .
Syracuse; says father usedto
perfected and set afloat by Peter Cooper not so pleasant when my
attitude of theProgress you are sick you can make no mistakeby
Sun. The Rev. Joseph A. Serena the and Arctic, while the
Hewitt, the discover of the famous interview me with a birch or the first doctoring your kidneys. The mild .
has been unbearable.
announced that the
Cooper Hewitt light, says the New pastor, recently business end of a shingle." and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
York church would take steps t'O make It attractive Lots of times there have been propositions Swamp-Root the
Herald. great kidney remedy is
for those who to churchIn to chance the name. Leading
came soon realized. It stands the highest for its
This new craft aptly designatedgliding' Daring but Cool Aeronaut.
.y t citizens have out that town
hot weather. He has given the pointed a wonderful of the
cures most
does not cut the water as dos' Rene Ga!':nier, who will race under distressing cases
of decreased attendance insummer that has a schoolhouse, two churchesand
question sold
and is its merits
other vessels but actually flies or on
of the
the blue and buttercup ensign
time considerable attentionand a railroad running through U all in i .
by druggists fiftyi M'cent
skims over and clear of the surface. Bennett j
Aero Club de France in the
should not lie looked down Everybody .
believes the way to overcome the upon. andone-dollaraz- ;,; ;,, .
JWIth only his rough model Mr. Cooper race next October is one of the '
problems presented is to make people agreed as to that but nobody cup es. You may have a _
Hewitt had glided at the high speedof coolest aeronauts on record says the
bottle mail
comfortable.The was able to rally a sufficient followinir sample by Home or snmpRcc&free

thirty-eight miles an hour on Long fountain will be placed In the for his particular name.A New York Tribune. Up to the time of also pamphlet telling you how to find

: Island sound. lIe is certain of much few of the vlhousewives Lieutenant Lnhrn's capture of that cup out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
lobby and the soda will be drawn Rndser'ed days ago some go
t higher speed power. Experts tell him of the townt'e: an In! ni last year the English channel had Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
to in their seats. He
he has Invented the mile minute people bal & Co.. Binghamton, N. Y.
a seagoing will start operations by serving lemonade ration to the leading citizens that is been crossed! only six times by

vessel. to ail who come. There will be likely to solve the whole problem. loon. Right after that race Gasnier Don't make any mistake but rememberthe
"I have attained a speed of thirty- crossed the channel as pilot for Lady Dr. Kilmer's
Ice water for those not desiring lemon Five sets of twins and three sets of name. Swamp-root, Swamp-

..,. eight miles an hour with my rough ade. Electric fans will be Installed.Mr. triplets were horn In that time. Nowa Harbord. who went to France in a Root, and the address, Binghampton. N. Y.-

model," said Mr. Cooper Hewitt re- Serena elieves churches should campaign is under way to have th- balloon They crossed back quickly, on every bottle.

_; ,. cently, "under the necessarily adverse town called after the president, theenemy starting to land on the downs beyond
not close up In the summer as the
!k conditions that always confront the of race sniclde. Limestone Dover castle, but the valve stuck open. rest cure for the socially overtaxed
hosts of evil are at work all the time.
'.C( early development of an idea. I could county had got In ahead with the name The balloon pitching and swirling, will come lu the form of dirigible balloon -

; :. build a 100 or a 200 foot vessel that I Hospital Ward In Tents. Roosevelt but what is the matter with was dropping at n dangerous rate, so rides says a correspondent: : of the

'f.:.$. will guarantee to go'fifty-five miles an There is no novelty In the care of TeildyvSIle A petition calling for Us Gasnier clambered up the rigging and New York American Mrs. Robert

hour. As to further developments, I hospital patients out of doors in a tent. adoption is being largely signed. in the nick of time closed the valve. Goplet Is authority for the statement !

,4- would prefer to take the, predictions of As h,> wa climbing down the side of that it beats autoniobiling in its ex- :
It is rather unusual however for an
: < : -i- the competent engineers who have the basr. still jumping dingeron: !'ly. h'larating: effect and in the calm resulting '
entire hospital ward to be transferredto FAST LOCOMOTIVE TEST.
J''f .-. : seen my craft In its performances. Lady Harlwml asked him to stop while from the absolute sense" of detachment -
r the as is now being done with-
Certain It is that these experts declare open she photographed\ Althoufcli in Mrs GiH'Iet made her trip in a
in the inclosure of the Massachusetts I
.j1 Pennsylvania Railroad Tries Biggest
;'> : that the mile a minute craft is here." momentary danger of being hurled to balloon! \\hich was built in Paris and I
General the Boston Transcript.It Electric
Motor Ever
,..I Lying In the shadow; of the yacht says the ground the French sportsman which made Its first! trip on this occa
:. happened In the early spring that The AVe tiuzhouse Electric and Manufacturing
Reliance off Jacobs' shipyard on hung on to the netting "by his eyelids"while sion. With Mrs. Goolot were Mr. and

If Long Island; sound. Is the little craft much repairing was necessary In ward company recently made for a snapshot was taken of him. Mrs. Courtland F. 15i hop The party I
1C and after long consideration as to the first time a public exhibition test
that appears to experts more of a discovery declare that they already enjoy ballooning
its practicability the plan to take the
of half
If a section of what Is probablythe
than invention. This Balloon Rides Social Rest Cure.
an gliding as with as much complacency n!So
entire outfit-patients, apparatus and
craft, as Mr. Cooper Hewitt calls his largest electric locomotive ever The fiat ha't>ne forth that the new we do mntnrins 'I
vessel Is scow built twenty-seven feet all-Into the courtyard was adopted built says the New York Tribune. The
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and so satisfactory are results that test was made with a view to the
;.. over all with a four and a half foot
beam and the open :air ward may be continued adoption fly the: Pennsylvania railroadof
carrying an eight cylinder
.. until the cold weather returns again.A a hie'i I'uwt"r electric locomotive

..'. ,' gasoline Like many motor.other inventors who have row of tents accommodates the wo- that >. ill:l meet the requirements the >> 7J Marine

been successful with their Ideas, Mr. men and children. Others serve as traffic in the New York terminal of the d '

storeroom and kitchen, and a third is Penn!':)l 'ania tunnel.
Cooper Hewitt set out for one destination : L
equipped) with hot and cold water and This I *:ti\e !is the result of two .
ana arrived at nother. He
to all the plumbing arrangements similarto Sears of investigation! and development C EngInes
build a flying machine and Invented
those within the J:1"eat'build i ill:. carried on by the We tinglioiise
a marvelous gliding craft
':' Electric lights are everywhere. There companies In conjunction! with tbl'l'nn'ylt'min Jt
This device that ,
looks like
a scow '
... i is an incentive to convalescence In time railroad tinder the ilirettion .
and flies over the water lias a hull of ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT '
pleasant views of the grass, trees and of CJeorge (;Iht lrs. thief onsi i } '

mahogany. It is very ",shallow merelya street, where there I Is not too muchpasing. neerof electric traction. It Is in many ED FOR SATISFACTORY frJ iIIj i I;, (,
#' shell to carry the machinery when -, f '
: .. A little beyond is the diaries respects one of the most notable piecesof USE IN FLORIDA ; _
WATERS .r;:;
. the craft is not
moving Mr. Hewitt'soriginal :.._ :_ 4 Lm
, river, sparkling in the sunshine as it electrical nl'paratu1'enr produced -- -:.. .1:...... '
; plan called for two long, hollow ""'" ': .
"the it findeth in the bosom .
nears The maximum jiower developed Is

i-* catamaran air tanks fashion mounted, but he on found a frame.experimentation -, of the sea:' 4.000 horsepower, and I the speed is Regal Marine Engines i1rL: \;

f ninety miles an hour. It was built to .

simpler with the shallow Sparing the Sunflowers.In l>e operated 1>y the sickle phase alternating :-tallll.for the gig h.-:>t type of .I,') J _. .

shelL the weed crusade which is being current from an overhead trol m A strong steel frame, similar to that Tiny are four cycle s r
9f an automobile, extends over the tnlC.t c':, -i iIJ .
' the sanitary department the sunflower The development of the shine pliant. nurhanical valves. float! Icedcarbnrtom.encletlcrankra't's $:"-"::'- pff '- ie ri
sides of the shell nnd \: 'Jr'
across either is i u"t tf) suffer says the Kansas Cit> alternating current system" for oleHn ; :J lDS
11 m N .
end the 'ros sections of the frame -Uani f..rg c..l crank shaft, and .- '.........'j ::-J .
Journal. fl'rt':1T1tcMi"01l
lJein Sanitary traction is held by Its advocates to U i>n>nzed UnmnsHave: the I

respective recently notified his corps of deputies the most imK; >rtant ::11..tllin tie ... f.'vvst nnmUrof wc.rkinq'3rt" .
ends of the craft.
each corner tint a sunflower especially of the electrical art and it is evMontl.v growing ninsMrnt with a l'rfc't opcratinw .

t: of the frame there are dropped into Kansas variety Is not to In* classed asa In favor Severn nm,ls are ojiorated -: motor and many other

i' : the water erpen'lieular steel arms. 'n' exclusive features found only in the Legal .
weed and that it must he protected bv' this sv-sto'ti not only In this

i.; ;,;" These the anus bottom.extend eighteen inches below against; the noel uKe.! A year or so (country but aNo in Kurnpe It is estimated ", THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT

ag< an interesting ('OlItrtln'r.nrO"t' that ::.'HM single! 111I'C' eleetrn! '
'l To the arms are fastened !t'l'' .. ill three tyis-s. l.1 awl ;j it. p. single cylinder s to Iv H.
tV question as t > v bother time
?: over r it way motors are fpo'rtf..l in thTnitod 1'. .10111.1" cylinder: I 11. 1'. four 'yJin.lerW.
planes having: a slant upward In front sunflower constituted a weed At that States over nl-oiit a thousand
w: .of about 1 in 8. The bottom alum, ;& line of
submerged time the f'nttt'wtat famous Kansas mi'es! of truck most of It being that frum ti 11. I'. simcle ,'ffi'r t. 4j II.heavy.low I'. four 1t''t'(1, workiDJrt'ng
r.- planes have two squaw feet plant had Nvoni" all but a jx-st in mho of tnvley! lire-

."l ft surface, nnd those above it are < !'ty. ant v.Jien the authorities derided The, nv,st notable! histnUatioii t<>'.\ .ut SrMiJ.KiiS + JIf.V ill T ; tLrougb, l

6i, lareer. The total simnortraz !'nrfa'f'.r' to mow them down a great howl wvntI p'arv OM the New Y'lrk..w II.",''! satisfaction angivii g.

.. rf Is the four principal planes, therefoie. In Vfense of the sunflower. Tin's :nod Hti-fonl n'ilro-jd wif! <-h leanon' Get t'a Regal; n'the Beginning i Don't ExperiraentH.m.iM

eight square f c''to.The isset .
lotjr year th"y are not so plentiful and areto thirtv live of those 1..l1tntin'S in us.-

forward awl the single screw turns 'K'preserved.TKe and v. hick l ocri the ojH'nitlon of t.' '" ,srlanatorjat.iloii mailed free on rv in ,t &

;t just back c.f the fruit s.-t of planes.On liv
'ri trains the
----- single pIiialtrr

either side of the shell: is a gasoline Ltc t<5y GJrt.Pi natfng: rrr-or.t system on M-h,..l-ilv Regal Gasoline Engine Co. .

:' tank. That' all there !-. of the Taft > mrl with the taf"Mt III som f 'iieo tin oilier f1t' Ti"se sjng'' j 'i,"- Cold Water Michigan .

and eqn'psient.In : more .wn a newspaper' Joke.-Mrs. LonnF l Itlc'umntin'\ :an lIen ojH>nitol by t'iTrrn'I >. ,

operation the TOW driving or Detank ; Trr k and six other t-am r .'

pulling the craft f'/f-ar.l forces th- Ton h'Ot e'i' l,,! read i' mirm'p*. t. "f' ..... '.-'
That s>""f !oli htlylalltc'l 1''S hrlluh ti" todlTomnITO"I\. The PXTlPienti! track at Last l'it'! j {'ih t: :.I
i '
water ami. on awmnt of their ; f'roaI.- 1>TZ is ,trfnt five miles ion*. and it ispractically

s' ;, the craft i is forced upward7'h. Cct the latchkey girl .
a n'- ''" -fon IJf oitrv 's. ..tspeed
4 greater the speiM the high-r the cm itn nail c T!" tstar. of ixt.slI nfV h.t1'r:1
And stM>'n wear whiskers : m ireat i-
:,,es. When it has 1't>::dJl..I a *-i' '\.1 1 and parts *wr<* days 'he l on till trm' -k. If a ru'r, '

which forces the twr.ovt vaios out Sh4>'U s'aoi!. a and drink track Iwd keen acailatle the eUtr" QUEEN OF SEA ROIITE

'nof !-. : :> ',1 <-ussAff
,: of the water or partly out. part of ? b<> rust Ute 'xiii rts said that a speed" of nuu>i\
the UPIItrtinurf.we i is lost and
the The rest of na. miles! an hour eouM just as easily:

craft settles! lower this principle conk She rVt. built have Kf"n ru''tI.,0 ton freightInnl

:-stsntlv operating to maintain a inrCivilevel Fatactiv for wa & also mi.le at a spewl of fifty

f- u for the sl.fll at a given! Of state tot
the surface of the water. Rut whrt ..f war. Theirrent ns '.I 11% this giant 1w l 'otpotivi Merchants & Steamship! Lines

At from twdH to sixteen miles :u: HT genius shimsfVan Is practically nn more than that!

hour the topmost planes !leave tin down a I..tOf
other tines rt'tl Iiy the v :nnion trolley car. Tart -BETWEEN-

wat'r.t tl1i.t '.fh't> miles an hour Hail to th latC"hkl'la.1Y"'. the great power is derive !,y usini'

all the planes are driven upward oat The coming; tim-s ':"w-ai tie electric current at a higher: volta -

of the water except the Ixittom ones. Th hniJ that "pink" the baby go. SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.

When than sixteen milesan It'snnins the: automobile
gliding more lAmpton In New York Pun It Is r.M>rt,"1 by f'1t'f.trk:1l engineer ,

hour the craft projn-r doe not touch -- that owing to the! cr >it ivtpc In povfr :.

the water but is cttrrittl a! o\e It. The and In trm'r"-11in= ---Direct
Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer, apparatus Ity Connections for-
effect Is that of the shell belli.: shovedalong
the altennffi-g nrn-nt s'teni the -<""=t
on fojr flat shoes or skates Blood Purifier FreeIf of fi"avT .'!e-..trir- trai-tfoi wit lie roT .

Tht.'ris space between the top of the your blood is impure, thin li-ea-e l. < *iI. !':o that it.. adoption l>v te Washington New York and Boston.

water and the bottom of the craft hot or full of humors, if YOI1 hale blood "steam roadwill receive a ;great Impetns. ,

This space Is made great enough to poison: cancer carbuncles, eating sores, .

scrofula, eczema, itching risim_' and l
allow for the play of the vrave As
bumps, scabby, pimply skin;; hone pains, 1llItiflll UoiiKiiPiamixhctks. Thl'ou} tickets on :sale at IIJ'indl'allloiuts.
the waves do not touch the bottom of
catarrh, rlieumati'-ni" anv blood flnsluil with the soft slow of
the craft and as the principal planesare kin disease, take Botanic I'.lood! Balm health and a Jurl.'c'umlI"xllln inak,,.,n women Ammiinoilatioiis) anil riiixine unsurpassed.
below the trough of the waves Uautiful. Take a small d.he of! aft -
(I) B. B. i Soon all ores heal, ache
'r each meal: it will prevent constipation and SEND FOR
there i is gliding Instead of rocking
a a
and pains stop and the blood i jl made help direst what you Lave eaten. Mi>. Wm.

or pitching motion. pure and rich. Drusgists or by express M. fctroud. Midlotbiin. Toi. writes. May 31,

The arms on which the planes :tIrri..1 $1 per large bottle. :ample free by writing 1901. "We have tiied Herl>me in mr family 1C. C. A VERY, Com'I) Airent, .Ja'k OInillr.J. .

(-: are made with a keen edge to Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. B. B. for eight years and found it thp test ninlmiie

the front nn 1 offer the minimum of I;. is especially advised for chronic, deep- we and ever malaria.used for Sold f"t.II Joy tipatioli.TitusviIU bilious Pharmacyand fever C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. & T. M., W. P. TURNER, P. T. DI.,
seated cases, as it cures after all else fails.



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the"sEeets! are richly decorated Kith the great and heroic Finnish women

t 4!j. ARE MAP Of 0 AMERICA coats of arms, pictures of bearded ESCAPE OF A SINGER who make the laws and fight In the

', monarchs and strange beasts and sur- srref-ts. I will sing the songs of the Seldom

<4 rounded by convolutions of clouds. Finnish composers, which are not '
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f. "
: ", Since Its discovery Prince Waldburg- known In this country

:- i:: Patriotic Chicagoans May Procure Wolfegg-Waldsee has been assailed by Finnish Woman Revolutionist Who Miss Mieler Is intending to show in

,' of Americans to her recitals the chains with which she
numerous requests
''_ First Chart Ever Made. sell tt Now that he has fixed the Fled a Russian Cell. was bound -for her efforts to gain liberty Wear Out

-.t; price he expects a bargain counter for her native land. She has studied .

rush to obtain the precious document four years In the conservatory In Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain

I NOW HELD BY GERMAN PRINCE and has therefore appointed a London HELPED BY FRIENDLY GUARD Dresden and two years In Berlin with Pills relieve pain-not

firm to handle the business details. Etelka Gerster.

The price of $300,000 Is named by the "The most advanced women In the only once, but as many;

acslml e of the Work of Martin prince himself, and at this figure alone i Miss Maria Mieler's Songs Melted world art the Finnish women." sha times as it is necessary to

I'F Waldseemueller, Made In 1507, Has i he Is willing to selL Those in a hurry Hearts of Her Jailers-Was In Wo- said, "and the most original music" Is take them. Many

Been Obtained by Librarian Hild off I to buy should Include an additional 5 men's Militia In Finland, but Expectsto the Finnish music, with which I am persons

Chicago-Price of Document $300,000. per cent for'the agents. Stay and Sing In America. going to make Americans acquainted." who suffer from chronic

ailments find in them
4 Patriotic Chicagoans who may wish Miss Maria Mieler, an Esthonian RELIC SAFE OF CHICAGO. a

to procure for their city the honor of PLAN TO ENDOW BRIDES. prima donna from Finland, after a source of great relief from j

;: possessing the first 'map of America happy escape from a Russian prisonIn Memorials of Her Prominent Men the suffering which they }

ever made are given the opportunity Women' Union League to Encourage Petersburg, where she was put Ready For Next Centennial.An would otherwise be com- .

to purchase the original document for Marriage to Union Men. for being In sympathy with the Fin enormous vault with double Iron polled to endure. Their.

only $300,000, says the Chicago Post. Matrimony has been raised to the nish revolutionary movement has arrived doors, containing hundreds of photographs

':r ; His highness, Prince Waldburg-Wolf- high dignity of a profession-and a In,New York and is going to sing and biographies; of prominentmen soothing influence upon

egs Waldsee of Feldkirch, Germany, paying one at that-by women who and stay in the United States, says the and women of Chicago and illi- the nerves strengthen

the fortunate possessor of the Waldsee should be In a position to know whereof New York World. Miss Mieler has nois, with pictures and relics of Chicago rather than weaken them.

z'. mueller world ,map of 1507, feeling pays they a Chicago speak-trades dispatch.union The Women's women sung all over Finland for the benefitof collected as an exhibit for the For this reason they sel-

that the modest sum named would be the political sufferers and took an second centennial celebration of tLe republics -
National Trades Union league, which dom lose their effectiveness. -
more useful to his royal needs than the held its first Interstate conference In active part in the revolutionary move founding ha's been discovered
> I
rare parchment, has consented to part Hull House at Chicago the other clay ment. She King last year to big revolutionary in the city hall, says a Chicago: dis- .
a patch. The vault has been there "I am 62 years old and have suffered
with itLibrarian took action which, members of the meetings In Helsingfors, so for 42 years from nervous troubles

Frederick Ilild of the Chicago league say, will be followed by the where her songs created a great sen- long that nearly every o'ue had forgotten ; rheumatism and neuralgia, palpitation
it. It has not been opened in of the heart shortness of breath
?y.: Public library was the first in voting of a matrimonial endowment M tlon. sleeplessness and pain around the
fund. After this fund has been set twenty-three years, and no one know heart. The Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills
,r. z. Chicago to make the that "I am not drilled to In the
discovery fight; the combination of its locks. have been a blessing to me. I don't
this historical document side matrimony among the members streets but 1 know what I should do without them
/ .. important tot will bring you enthusiasm
af the various trades unions made up According to the memory of old citizens and they are the only remedy I have
; T' the publication of which 400 years ago with said Miss Mielerto ever used that either
of will be encouraged substantially my songs, it was intended that the vault did not wearout
women -
it this continent its in less time than I have been using
owes : name, was for
',' by paying from $100 to $TjOO to the Finnish women militia, memo should have been opened in till and them or else the injurious results
sale. For the perusal of prospective bers of the were such that I would be obliged to
the woman who leaves the union to Ited guard who fought every twenty-five years thereafter until "
l.i- purchasers: Mr. Ilild has a facsimile cease their use.
# take up the duties of a wife. against the Russian troops. She herself the nation became 200 years old. MRS. S. C. ROBINSOJT.
of the ancient map, giving an excellent The vault not 27 Carter St.. Chattanooga Tenn.
"Only one restriction should be belonged to this militia led was opened because nobody ,
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain
reproduction of its eccentricities.The Pills are sold by
( made," suggested Mrs. Samuel J. Sullivan Captain Kock. happened to think about it. your druggist who will guarantee that

story of the Waldseemueller of Indianapolis "The man who On the door Is the following Inscription the first package will benefit. If It
,-.. world map, wuich was believed lost The Russian: revolutionists also asked I. fails I he will return your money.
gets a girl with an endowment must : "In niemoriam. Ib7<'j. Mosher's 25 doses 25 cents. Never sold In bulk. t

centuries ago and was discovered by l>e a thorough union man. Unless thereIs Miss Mieler to sing in St. Petersburg I Memorial safety vaults, containing photographs Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind f

: accident six years ago in the libraryof and a great concert was
arranged of
a union label on him he will not be prominent men and wom-
Wolfegg castle, is one full of interest in the hall of the conservatory.When with memoirs and deededto R
eligible to become the husband of on en, : statistics; ... -
;' both to the cartogoraphist and of our number." Miss Mieler, after the concert, the city of Chicago as an offeringfor

:"C to the a"erngemeri<"J.n citizen who There were many other suggestionsas : returned to the Hotel Palais Royal the second centennial 197C." The }.fostJ"al"aJf,Set of Yacht and Boat

,...: has heard the account of the naming of to ways of putting the endowment where she was staying, nine drunken Charles P. :Mosher was a photographer Building Hooksner Puhbtlirii.

the. new world. plan into practice. It was suggestedthat ; policemen rushed into her room and who conceived the idea of collecting RUDDER z

.': .. Its publication in the town of St. there might also be a premium on made a search, but found nothing. photographs' of everything and

.c.)..", Die, in the Vosges mountains, on the every child born of union parents. Then they arrested her and her sister, everybody of prominence and puttingall HOW-TO BOOKSOver

first printing press ever seen in that who had come from Moscow for a visit. in vault.. He worked at the taskbetween pro boats Save been built from the lines ,

:- quiet"ilIage was a sensational event. "1 was put in a dark cold and dirty 187U. and 1S84, when the collection printed in these books SuccessfuJw: : sailed n
Push Buttons as Wedding Gift every clime aij upon every sea-Full detail
: "
'\ ' was hungry for Informationof prison cell, said Miss: Mieler. "There
Until the bridal gins of Marian Fish was complefi'd and stored drawing of all part, showing what it Is and

the marvelous terra Incognita on were seen the assertion that there was nothing to sleep on, and I walkedup away. He Is dead but Commissionerof how to nuke-Text extremely simple. r

..... the western half of the globe, and and down the whole nuht Toward Public Works Hanberg has been HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
could be a new idea In wedding presents
:, Martin Waldseemueller who I the lit fool her nlbmt bit ,tag taJwiU.frame ill..a*
fE was an morning lay on wet and
dirty !
would have met with scorn. The making inquiries for his relatives in twerp. good nmf boat(or a b../Iv lava the bimnim i..

i", "- -.: eager reader of the plowing narratives ingenuity: of man in that line seemedto floor and slept.* More than twenty- the hope they C'tI1"e an accurate HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA Y

2 of Americus Vespucius and the other four hours I was in this cell without history of the vault and the conditions fine. host for aftrnm-m ....F..It.... limrkinr boot b
? have been exhausted, says a correspondent ebed.itrr
--, daring navigators: of the fifteenth century food or drink. I heard often the full beta
" 1. of the New York Press. Not cry upon which the city accepted the col- ; sal pKtj r of eoirpleted
I f even though he dKl not have at of a woman who was being torturedby HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
so. In the pile of stuff bestowed upon .. .... .
lection.Don't Most ,um 'ofd rwi.r m.rhme.eer .Jt1W'I; a p5..unrr
his command the data furnished
accurate the and I the
police, expected same .. .
l Stuyvesant Fish's' daughter was a gift Grumble ia A.m ..Asa and.A..arWa; eaey to ...iWl oawI.
,' ......
by modern surveying instruments torturing myself hour. After
,,' of a kind surely never seen before at a every When your joints ache and you suffer from
filled a long felt want by the requests and lamentings I HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
many got a
rheumatism. buy bottle of Ilallard's Suow
a :
w\ lng. It consisted of a set of push Simple and prwtml.bowmir how toronilrwt a Jaaa.ibDlllor
Issuance of his world map. drink and a piece of black bread. Liniment and get instant relief. A positive uae with aakiotor.. be.eral other plam.
In her
buttons, enough; for every room
It was a colossal undertaking for the Tbe torture of women is a common care for rheumatism burns cuts contracted HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
large house. Of course these push but- muscles, sore chest etc. Mr. I. T. Bogy, a A fine .:i around mirtnt boat. good rabia; ttaSlntil i
time eiirlit feet long by four feet six and when .
tiling in Russia the
police .. .
uiUM lor alma oaU
& T n.
tons were not ordinary bone ones. The prominent merchant at Willow Point Texas > ; "'
inches hlh.0 press' wa< then hi te bases were small, square things of were searching my room the officer demanded says that he finds Ballard's !Snow Liniment HOWTO BUILD SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP

enough to print it. and it was issued that I undress myself for the best all round liniment be ever used.Sold A dr Ittk..d.a c bunt,with moderate fnterbuft
dull eaten gold, and the push buttons plan
o in twelve sectioneach 23':. ty i7u search. When 1 refused to do so he by Titusville Pharmacy and Banner tray
themselves were jade of"arlous Drug Store. HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
: ___ _
Inches. A thousand' maps wereprint became and would have beatenme
aucry to"> i'd;rrerrthias utrweht;jail tbe craft for a bojkobeiftB
shades, from the palest which were CASTOB.JA.:: w ttb.rsa Ur bout very cheaply vrMBrratoup or cmt rt.
t'd."ith a small explanatory volume had not the manager of the hotel
I almost white with a greenish tinge; Bean the : liai8 *!rays Bcii HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHT
accompanying them mlled the ('M- rich The ones with interfered. Then a maidservant was A......plete....*'"1" .....of bow to baud a model;aIM....
to a deep green.
! : mographiae IntroductionSix called, who searched me. Signature: al: -.f-#. yt Bklff Bttrd IB sail DI..oo1ra.PRIC .
pale buttons are to lie used in the bedrooms -
I : year ago It wan believed that where the "In this dark and narrow cell I began I cf J. $1.
and In other rooms
i I' In the course of four centuries all the to sing the sad Russian and FiiinMi I EACH
decorations are delicate. The others PREPAID BY UPRESS ANYWHERE
Ellen* of IJenfnekn.
copies' of the map had been lost and folk songs and some beautiful
operas -
will be placed In rooms of darker An ear specialist insists that deafness Bound in ckrth-Go'J tt'ttmnlt-Size or pag..
I destroyed. But for the explanatory Boston and my voice resounded through 9 by 12 niches-Laoe, ckarly-driun; plans.
of a I
tones. A couple days ago affects all the senses. lIe says the reason -
would have been
volume its existence the silent prison. Not only the prisoners
that bride received a set of push buttons for this i is that the ear is only one THE: RUDDER PUBLISHING co.
lost bight of. It was recognized lncam joyous and excited, but
which were enameled In colors to harmonize servant of the sensory service of the 3 MURRA' STREET New YORK. u. S. A
if a copy ever came to light It would also the warders of the prison liked it,
of her
lie distinguished; from all others of Its with the rooms new and they listened quietly to all human system. Loss of hearing;: Is Cad Postal fir Catalogue of Books for
home. So this fashion probably will 'aci tsmce's Lrbrasy.Kts .
really a partial paralysis of the brain, :
time by the nlmemeriC':1." which
song Sinking usually is not permitted -
for comment by next
tot be a subject but owing;: to the sympathetic connection -'''-' ---
for the first time applied to tluMestfrn -
was that the Hub has followedGotham's In n prison. I was; told tint the
year now of the various nerve centers '
continent. of chief of the prison stood silently I lie- sensory
lead. Next season a set
of the brain the others indirectly
Then the discovery of the
came hind locked door and listened until
door of gold bearing jewels may my Ferrp'; keys I concerned h:1to combat for their ? '
in stat of + ..
unique document a rare I finished.The arc rat aperi IrtYaetathatwiti.
b(> considered a necessary part of a life influence of cntsr
very demoralizing ;+tupr: -
the woodcuts' showing a
preservation singing sated life for
;: rny soon
hritle's outfit for housekeeping.Bears I vatton.Coeyassnre suc4 ess
the affected vnter.
marvelous clearness of line a* well I began to receive letter treatment.My from the -tart. e.ers'' vt no ;

as intricacy of design. In the rrcionof 't'll:1"4 heated and I better | dents at p anting nor discik ;,-
: as Shirt Waist Decorations. ( cot That our American rorests abound In .,oniateab at hanr.t. Gct ,
i. the tropic of Capricorn was the Gathered uUtut a laundry window r:>o
i name which proved its authenticity. in Ilriiudway, New York, the Did me that he wept like a child whenI medicinal virtue is abundantly utt ted t e
t Inspection of the facsimile, which I II other afternoon was uruv.I imu.h a:1.t. folk song that he had hoard i by wore of the moat eminent medicalwriters )
oMainwl by the (Chicago Public library and t'al'hf'ren the
was when be wa a IHAlways when I untu-
I but a short time ago: will afford I, lik:' the throng one vo coming; finished: my prison: recitals there were ': ton-d Indians, had discovered the usefulness -

the se' ;rdu'r a rare understanding of a theater after a matinee IIt'rt'onl1aun'Iy applause and enthusiastic! shouts such of many native plants before theadvent fit, for h, esL surc t best crops-
a handsome young masculine of the white This information a. bamo .turorer
the cl.nid of uncertainty which developed I 1't"l't'iH'\llH'fort". : racf. ,
I as never 5 {::ui scctl Annuc.1fr
-tar. The women were looking at imparted freely to the white I Id
, remote ctst
world at that i (
new "Once dark nisiit
on a a prison
t bin a'rie gown and waists that had the latter to (continue investigations D. r.:. FERRY & co., .
shows the chant"I
date. Incidentally it zvanl the iron door of
slowly opened we have a rich assortment of most
win >
just I K-en washed and hurt,: in the :; t DcctroltAtch.
I that has come about in the map make ill; i-ll and whKj ered that he was American medicinal roots.
i-i\v.. bet the real attnn lion was a
I er's art in the same period. shirt waist of wile lawn with rows wHEn_ t-r help me to esi-ajn, for inj -d: -O: 4:
The cartographist of lo;:; of Teddy IK-JTS cnahrehler.iI down the snags; Dr. Pierce belleTes that our American forests 50 YEARS'w
parallels of latitude and the meridians: lhi:1:: I wished. I sate him some ad- al> vl in most valuable medicinal roots EXPERIENCE

of lor-jrittnU a sore puzzU He knew front.says :s 1 t'rre i"-ivl"it of th .1il':';"* of fri"*n.!s i'i tilt' city and a..kol foft the cuT sjf most obstinate and fatal dis-
:New Y".k T're'ss.f course e\orj woman eai-s. if wi'"vobiJ properly icv stieate them;
how they ought to g n on a ;:lo11t'- him t'> ;r<) to then and arrange nitittcrs. antL
v.h. saw it t<> : \'' 12ifwrtu n of this conviction be
Mirplcr-but what to lo with them the of .. .
nothing Amojiir was son a wi with erit.e e.n .1.'Y()' ard'Ln
one een though; the Men ulsht; ring ... i
of vexed his 'fir.,1 ,.. te' ", tri'r!
them on a fiat piece palter 'uilcre:: of tae: supreme court" who ad- (1'rl' ( 5C(1..n. -
how- >.uln >*- t-> tit dn s:!u\ers: ordered to .- w!,.,'a... rrr'rL1tself to hithe f
souL Everything considered numl my sit i '-yin-:. and tu111:11il' ,
carry it o' for tin rhiUl-vn. dresses n.-i I.: n.'f "!"rsrh tern- liver I"T' "-
I Martin WaMMvnuwilor did very with; the guard."I .
ever. plans
'l1Ihr.i.'r.l! with !iUI,' brown and atLr ha art nir and mrnja' and TRADE MARKS
I well, and he can lot forgiven if his d" not know how they arranged it. Iin""'., rn"HJalS14. .e't..nt'e 1oyptp- '
.. td| strike th- DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
white leas surely w :
it hernNplM'n bear resemblance to a !nt it was :t_.:in on a dark and stormy or in 1J,.. "ul.Jn. torpid liTt-rT functional T i &c.
-vile tale nn-l !", viaM.Ic.vtl 'muchUnr'iiiT and even valvular and other affections of
diswcti-l top with a boil or maybe a lave ni;;ht when th" guard quietly "11111'.1m Arw'nP'Pn"lmr! rtptch anll dpIIM'ptlnn may
than a frvk embroidered wit'iv'letv the him yield to Its curative action. Tbe pnt ,11 i "rf..n lour i>|>iui.>n free .1. .her: aD
j small bunion in tile region! of tin ;:' d x r. s-aj ";:. 'Take all j-o;ir thins reason vcky It cures these and many other .'liven,. in w rn ""!ir pat,-n,nl"' >. ( '''.",'''.''''
rasebanis. The 'iiltl wo.tldli t M! .
( rn t.d.; II ibook filth
iimtlvr ui<
north IH>K'. ** and follow!! 111III' led 1:10 out of tin- affections is clearly shown In a little book ., ," Ira'e. tn .t ate )..v for.e'urine patent
i j in wrsirins a !*'ar l"I1't Of extracts from the standard medical works .
to complete prison with my shier to where the si/1 C't-nt-i taken tbr n h Mann .t ( "' receive
the first attempt
It:1:0; .
wbirh L* mailed Ira to any address by Dr. K. 7x1 clnofktw.' utct.areeintLe
world p.ctmv from the 't:1tC'I'nt of the corrt j;: Un' awaited us at the V. I'itrre.
the : of Buffalo.! X. V-. to all sending
of Marco Polo! anti tli?: PortugucM sea prison ;::ah... He told! n.e that he telephoned request for tbe sane.C Scientific Jiti1 ri\att.
Church Window Given by Marys.
charts, and the wonder of it is that to the prison oflie.. where that (I : > - .\ laTwil ll.m will !m ':j INdedi -jf anY jwtenf.nenrn.l. 1<-rni.. J1 a
I the orglnator! knew *><> many thing ' h. l"l'x. I'AIZ night the'tJIIb'lar,1 was on duty Not less marvelous, In the unparalleledcures rear- fonrtiMiith8.ll. fcoid by.'II .Id..i.T'. i iTiiUNN
rated nt ir
d.trLi.r that !> order of th- dlit.fIf IN>H V I U is constantly making of woman'smany ihranchirYlr.
He y
that are almost so. was a land says a >{'.r.ial iiiKVcram fr..1 peculiar affections weaknesses and & CO.251 BroadluJ, New York

draftsman quite in keeplr-s;: with tin London to the New York Titw>$. It ni'ixt lit released in ni'- liately. as! my ':btlfNclC derments. Is Dr. Pierre'sFaroriteNPrescriptuJlvas oc;. .' "" W".hiDlrton. I'.(;.

of the timtand when arrest was a mistake. is amply attestedby -
hardy spirit was paid for t'nUrdl.y women U-ar- ;:
t ,that to do with " as though he himself! were hc-j->ajV'S"N 'JjH 'it testlmonialscon- r--"woorw
he did; not know ju: .
In:r fie name of Marv. Shilling atri- \- KILL YHE COUCH
he it in the m. .-tlogical << llO)1ir-e .iira1! aiid sent two men di<- tributed by /. ,dul pat>ri i.who hiv N>fnCiirp
put .
Maud or so.
of that .
an 1'tstions wen made by women <1 by ttptratrrhal: TvlrJ fJj rs pair nIT
at that. rl"tsl as pf llci-nn-n with a forged or- !l AND CURE THE LUNCS
: I pLue and let it g" name In all! parts of tie world. pen*"'-J trr-"ihrrttec: i i apMi" j n"i 'i :ff i revde 1&--- __
canala anUtlated at dr to few me. lItc':1l.,1 me to theFinnNh ->y'1v* *?rTni e 3, t.'l J'3L ; -- =- =-=- =- -=-=
The Panama t
!' railroad station and introilu- a'vn of ti*..rnsar<> km'Tr' '-n as' r.-Mf.GTIvn
least four centuries by this cartosrraphvr. ; >.-ijI>!M'i> Got Fooled I after many other advertised uncJiciflCa, and li'ITHfir Kilig'sNevi
North and el nie there to another friend, whowas .
wlio left a gap "I was literally coughing tay",vlf t<> death pbjilclans bad failed.
'I >d I went
diJTiIxi as a loliccman
South America wide enough: for all the and had IHHMUIC tOOl weak to heave my Iw-d.

ships on the high seas to pass through;: and ueishlmn pn-dicte that I would never to Finland and the eeond day after Roth the above mentioned mfodil'lnt'S are Discovery

abreast, with plenty of leeway. lie leave it aim- thanks be toia"C" a recital In Viti org. wholly; mad UD from the *j>oenxtra<.t- ofplortd

in event vf to try Dr. Kings New Discovery It took The hall was crowdetl. I gave some nUIT medicinal ruub The prur'-ee-s, '-m- CONSUMPTION Price
also provided the Japs, just f..ur one dollar liuttles to completely cure in their manufacture were original
war, the splendid opportunity of sending the cousli and restore me to good t-miul other recitals until the Finnish governor with Dr. I'n-rce. and they are carried on by FOR OUGHS and 50c&$1.00

her gunboats unimpeded right up health" writes Mrs. Eva Uncapher. of Urov- told me that the! Russian police skillet chemists and pharmacists with the OlDS Free Trial.
aid of appliance specially
ertown. Mark Co., Ind. This of and advisedme apparatus
king rough hunting me
were again Both
site of Chicago.The designed and built for this purpine.
to the present and cold cures and healer throat and lungs to leave Finland Immediately. I ml't1irint's: are entirely free from alcohol and Guaranteed for all THROAT and

sections of the map are ornate, is guaranteed by Titusville Pharmacy and I I America for It Is i all otis r harmful habit-forming drugs. A LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY
and. lest the observer should weary of Banner Drag Store. 50c. and $l.II>. Tri.iIbottle decided to come to a I full li.t of their ingredients U printed OS BACK.

looking at bare outlines and names free. free country, and here I will sing" of each bottle-wrapper. i




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Ledger a writer, a father,
; Entered at Ute postoffiee atTitasrille M
4cond-elaas mail matter. cries out against the imposition of CLAIMS PROMPTLY USE PERUNA.The i.

I ridiculously light sentences negroes _
Kill,.. W.._,' Editor sad Publisher
tried and convicted in that city Hew Law Passed by Legislature is GIVen f
of criminal assault or the attempt in Fall for Information of Shippers I/ 5 Average Household Finds
It mast be clearly underrtood that neither to commit it. Certainly the law S .
t. ,TIm STAB nor iU editor is responsible for p Friendin
At its last session the legislature Pe-ru-na Not Only a
5T opinions expressed by correspondent cannot hope to render this crime
passed a bill, which has been signedby
any less common by showing unmer- Time of Need, But a Saving -
T The acquittal of William D. Hay- Gov. Broward, and has become a
ited leniency to the brutes, white or
Idaho law; requiring transportation compa- :::;::;,: :; of Doctor Bills
wood at Boise, causes no surE black, who may be convicted of it.
nies to all claims for damage to
q prise. The chief witness against him Moreover, the most effective way to freight pay or express, promptly under Pe-ru-na is to Be Found in

was Orchard, who admitted having suppress the mob ,spirit is to punishthe heavy damages if it is not done. S.:i -i Thousands of Homes of the
committed crimes that the'
: so many
; I guilty as they deserve. Under this law transportation companies -
jury probably came to the conclusionthat Working Men
are allowed sixty days in whichto :. .. '
he committed the crime of per-: State Law Prohibits Passes settle claims for overcharges, lossor M
jury when he testified against Hay- and their failure to
;, damage, upon
The following order,issued by R.T.
wood. do and suit being brought if
so, ,
Goff, general superintendent of the
claimant is successful in this suit, he
George Stevens is the first American F. E. C. railway, will be of general
will the amount of his claim
recover ,
interest and information as it bears
x to be deported from England
SS : 50 per cent additional and attorney'sfees.
,..; and returned to the United States directly upon the new state law which : .
prohibits the use of except by
-f-j upon the ground of his being, in the passes It is hoped that this law will provea '
actual employes of the railroads and
language of the president, an"unde- solution to the much vexed questionof
officers of other lines: 1
'> sirable citizen." It is not stated, "To all Concerned-Effective Au- collecting claims from transportation ____

i' ; however,whether it was by reason of gust 1st all passes both trip and an- I companies.This ,.
so few Americans being undesirable nual have been called in except suchas law will,of course, apply onlyto ;
state shipment, that is, shipments Mr. Victor Patneaude, 828 Madison
the of the
3 or through negligence have been issued to our employesor -
made from one point in Florida to street,Topeka, Kas., a well-known car- 1
t British police that Stevens' was the to officers and employes of other penter and member of Knight and
another point in Florida, and whichdo
IT l f:tl first case of deportation. lines. Ladies of Security,writes: I '
F' ."If any other passes are offered ad not cross the state line in transit. "Twelye years ago 1 had a severe at- + +
.:r'vt. The law is as follows, and will be tack of la grippe and I never really re- 41'covered
vise me at once byre, giving num-
Every citizen of this state WIn.i studied with.much interest by all my health and strength, but /4
. i: agree that the best man obtainable ber of pass, to whom and by whom shippers: grew weaker every year, until I was
issued. Notify holders of any such unable to work.
for the vacant United tes judge- Section 1. That it shall be the dutyof Yll
.b "Two
transportation that the state law,effective years ago I began using Pernna
: if' ship of the northern district of Florida August 1st, 1907, makes it a all common carriers operating and it built up my strength so that in a
within this state and hereby couple of months I was able to go to
-:1 should be appointed to the posiIiii prison offense for railway: companiesto they are work again."

tion. Within the last few years there grant, or for any person to use, required when any person files with,

;: has been considerable dissatisfaction free transportation. Give passen- or presents to them or any station A workingman's home is usually one with a large family. Children o fall

: .!: with the way that office has been ad- gers receipt for fares paid, advising agent of said common carrier to be ages and both sexes are being reared. They are subject to alight ailments -

if: ministered.The dissatisfaction reach- them to take matter up with official filed, his claim for any freight or express ,winter and summer. A doctor is sent for every time a petty sick

.; \' ed the point of charges against the who issued pass." lost 6r damaged by said com- ness occurs. The expense will keep the family poor.
mon carrier or for any overchargemade In such a household Peruna becomes a real blessing. It promptly meets
: incumbent of the office and im-
; an
;. Cocoa News Changes Ownership by such common carrier or any the most common ailments due to the cold of winter or the teat of!
.1.; peachment trial. It is true that the freight or express, to pay the said summer. A stitch in time saves nine. A dose or two Peruna prevents

trial resulted favorably to the impeached Mr. T. R. Puckett sold the Cocoa claim within sixty days from its filing serious and extended illness many a time.

'I'f' judge, but the dissatisfac- and Rockledge News the first of the with,or presentation to said common The workingmen everywhere have come to realize that Peruna is the

: tion, however, with him didn't disappear week to Mr. E. D. Oslin, of Mel- carrier or any station agent of such workingman's friend and saves him not only sickness, but a great many
bourne, who will continue the publi- dollars every year.
,on account. common
'fit cation of the same at Cocoa. This
Sec. 2. That should any common Rev.J.G.Dukes,Pastor of the Unitarian always keep a bottle In the house, and
does interfere with the
The state of North Carolina won in not manage- carrier fail to comply with the provisions Church of Pinetown, N. C., Mrs. Dukes thinks it has done her
ment of the Melbourne Times, wjiich of section one of this act, then writes: more good than anything she has ever
-? its fight to have its passenger rate is also owned Mr.Oslin. The Eau
by the said carrier making such "My w//ehas been in a very bad state taken.
1\ law of 21-4 cents 9bserved by all the Gallie Record is at present printedby common of health for several years,and nothing ")Iy little boy ten years old,was pale
failure shall be liable the claimantfor
to seemed to do her any good until she beand
had but
: railroads pending to the little life. lie began to use
t an appeal Mr. Oslin at his Melbourne office
; the amount of his claim and fifty gan to use Peruna. Since then the Peruna the day his mother began.
:Jr/ courts by the roads of the states, so with the editorial and local workon per cent per annum interest on the color has returned to her face, and she To-day his face Is rosy, and he isoutio
which propose to fight the law. Thee two papers and the mechanical Is gaining In flesh every day,and I be- the yard running and jumping with the
principal sum of said claim from the lieve she i-* a well woaiaa to-day. We rest of the child" "
promise of obedience to the law by work on three publications Mr. Oslin
I date of filing of the same with, or
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fl the Southern and the Atlantic Coast I will probably have his hands full presentation of the same to the com-

" Line railways, which, since July 1, mon carrier or any station agent of THE a ;ADE MARK
Verdict in the Haywood Case
\; the date set for the rate law to go such common carrier, and when the

into effect, have been violating the Editor of THE FLORID STAR. said claimant shall bring suit and recover -

J- law, was given late Saturday at a Wm. D. Haywood not guilty of judgment for his claim against A Work of Art

-4 conference which the railroads complicity in the murder of former said common carrier, he shall be allowed -

!f: sought with Governor Glenn who Gov. Steunenburg, so say the twelve the said fifty per cent per an- ALABASTINE That is what your home can be if
decorate it with Alabastine. For
5- men that were selected to try the num, in addition to the principal sum you
S had stated that as a precedent to any appropriateness is true art; and not
case. The great trial of the Western of said claim, and the same shall be only make home decorations
can you your
agreement might the 2 1-4
Federation miner has ended with the allowed in the verdict giving him appropriate with Alabastine,

'. cent rate must first be put into ef- above result. It was a complete sur- :judgment. Provided,however, that but you can make them reflect your

fect. prise to me and Gov. Gooding. He !the claimant shall not recover and own taste in a way that is not pos-
sible with other form of wall covering..
thought there had been enough evidence have judgment for the said fifty per any
._ The indorsement of Secretary Taft
manufactured to convict Hay- cent per annum, unless he recovers
Ohio's choice for in 1908
c. wood, and I was afraid there had. judgment for a sum which fixes the ... Alabas1ine
:", by tJ1e'Republit"an committee of that
The trial has been watched with
eag- principal sum of said claim at an
state seems to indicate that he is certain er impatience from east to west, and amount greater than the amount The Sanitary Wall Coating

; S to get the Ohio delegation. Sent north and south to if innocentmen Is superior in appearance. in economy in durability and m.a.N.uunique
see which said common carrier had offer- in its wonderful sanitary properties. You should know
ator Foraker would be for crime more about it on all these points and we therefore extend you
was opposed to hung thatis
any action a ed and tendered to the claimant in a cordial invitation to visit our store see the Alabastuw color
\j\ in the matter by the committee generally believed was done by settlement of his claim before the can charts use, and yourself have)the explained Alabastine to :you.stenciled design(which you

f and it is probable that he thought others, but the brave jurymen said expiration of said sixty days in which Ask to see the Book of

,J! his influence was sufficient to hold. NO.Now the said common carrier is requiredto Alabastine Prize DesignsFor
L the question arises: Who is such claims under the provisions Sale by
:. the committee in check. If so he was pay ; '
M ', disappointed. The committee, however the "undesirable citizen?" of section one of this act. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY COHPAHYTWE

It has been said by some that if the Sec. 3. That any common carrier ,
; him
;" paid a compliment by saying -
r trial had been held here, Haywood who fails to comply with the provis-
4t'J:. that it didn't want him or Senator PACKAGEPlay
would have been hung, while others ions of section one of this act shall,
ter Dick to retire to private life. (myself for one) have said: If Harry in the event that the claimant shall

That wasn't very comforting in view -------- -- --
Orchard had been brought beforeour prevail in an action to recover on his
'-:1\-: of the fact that he had just announced seventh circuit judge and con- claimbe, liable for a reasonable at-

q that he was candidate for the fessed a score or more murders, he torney's fee, and it shall be the dutyof

;W'ski presidential nomination.The would have been ordered out to be the court to allow the claimant such

1 f < hung before he killed some body else.] reasonable attorney's fee,which shall Ball !

east coast canal is already But Mr. Roosevelt] wilt get some be fixed by the court, not to exceed

stimulating other improvements suchas of them killed out if he has to get upa i fifteen dollars if the amount recover-

building short spur canals to con- scrap with those "jailer" jacks' ed does not exceed one hundred dollars -

nect with it and enterprises growingout across the pond, but wouldn't he and not to exceed fifteen per

feel like an "undesirable citizen" if, cent on any amount recovered greater -'
of the rapid development of the when he got here with them the boys than the sum of one hundred dol A Complete Line ofBASE

country through which it passes, were so busy they could not stop to

a development which is taking help him and he would have to fight lars.Sec.. 4. That all laws and parts of !at.A.: -U-L.I: >:!::N"'G'S

,; place rapidly. One of the latest of by himself? But I suppose that the laws in conflict with the provisions of

these is a fruit packing house now postmasters and other high officials of this act be and the same are here-

m building near St. Augustine on the would help him out. % by repealed. BALL GOODSCarried

South Beach bridge, just east of the Now, I would not like for Mr. See. 5. That this act shall become

draw the Record which Roosevelt or any of the high officialsto operative its and
: a ,according to upon passage approval by
see this or I would not stand a by the
says, "It is being erected for Mr. governor.

', A. M. Terwilligar, who will store shadow dent of this of a great chance United of being States presi-next Approved June 3, 1907. The H. & W. B. DREW CO.

fruit there on its arrival via canal Eczema
from the points along the lower east So we will hope for our other com- For the good of those suffering with eczema Distributors for Florida
or other such trouble.I wish to say. my wife
'' coast. He will ship the fruit to Savannah rades to come out as well as Hay- had something that kind and after using

via his own steamer and will wood. the doctors'remedies for some time concludedto JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
try Chamberlain's Salve and it proved to ,
t make Savannah the distributing point Yours for equal rights to all. be better than anything she had tried. For I

for his Florida fruits. FAIR DEAL. sale Drug by Store Titusville and all dealers.Pharmacy and Banner I Send for catalogue and samples for uniforms .


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;t,i1I'BIriAY.AUGUST 2,- 1907 THE FLORIDA STAR 5 !
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:> FORTDALLAS Condensed Statement of '
Rochester Gas

'f;. -'
';: } !t DESIGN
'J): : to Relieve Deposi- at the dote of business July 19th, 1907

$ f"t; tore Made Public RESOURCES LIABILITIES : I 5
'r. h' IwaiatLswt Tio-Cycle

:r '.x ssrs. W. M. Brown, Geo. R. Loans and Discounts________ $ 77,794.43 Capital Stock______________ J 25XUX( ; 5H
Stocks and Bonds and Prcm- v Surplus .. ..; 250.00 TlirevPort
' Gomph president and cashier of the ---------- -- ------- -.
1i. ;rf;.;. ium on same__________-__ 26,800X0 Earnings Account___________ 2CXX65
f$; f suspended Fort Dallas National bank, Banking House Furniture and Deposits________.,___________ 173,940.77 ; +

' i- : :and Mr. J. A. McDonald, president fixtures _____.;______------ 9,238.06 One to Fear Cylinders '
Real Estate owned__________ 9,964JO bll
ri of the Bank of Bay Biscayne,return- Current 89.13 2 i 1-2 to
Expenses------------ ,
1f .;(> ,ed to Miami from New York lasts County and Town Warrants607.82 ..

Sunday, where they spent two weeksin Cash on hand and due from j 100 H. P.

:,tl-> reserve agents___________T 74897.73 :, '
an effort to make arrangementsfor
Cat of our new design, 2 cycle,3-port doable cylinder
$199,391.42 $199,391.42
for paying the depositors of that Made up one to four cylinders,21 to 100 H.P. :

banking institution in full. 5 h. p. 2-cylinders, weight 125 pounds, price complete i
It is thought the conclusions ar- the position they have taken with regard so frank honest and feasible I cannot but with reverse clutch propellor and shaft $185 00 J

to the banking interests of Miami, and think that it can be put in operation
at be carried out without
16 h. 4-cylinder 395 -r t
p. weight pounds, price complete -
the kind things they have said about me Papers are being prepared in legal, form 1..
financial loss to the with clutch >
r = any depositors. reverse propellor and shaft $500,00 .
y I in their editorials. Even if I fail to make and the necessary steps being taken with t .

The proposed plan is described in good what I have undertaken, they will the authorities to make this plan operat- Record of "Baby Bullet" with a Rochester !
the following address the
to public to i\"e. The will be called Eaa Gallic to Palm Beach time hours. than miles making
serve as a precious possession my pos- depositors upon 8} Entered ten races, more 100
issued Monday by Mr. Brown. terity, though the present calamity may :in a day or two to signify their intention every lap with a variation of less than 30 seconds. Palm Beach to Eaa Gallic,120 miles.
8 3-4 hours. All this running without a hitch. Write me for catalogue and prices.
I have had in my mind ever since my have cast a shadow upon my life. acceptance or rejection of the proposition. !
return to Miami, after receiving the news With regard the charges preferred .

of the closing of the Fort Dallas National ,against me, it would not be proper for meat I sincerely hope with the co-operation Eau G-etlllo : : Florida t

bank, to make public a statement regard- this time to attempt a defense. A time of the depositors, the assistance of the

ing the affaire of said bank; the causes of has been set for that later. But to my present receiver, the assent and cooperation ;

its suspension, the prospect of its resumption friends I say that I have done nothing of the authorities at Washington and A Cash Proposition 'j i

and some answers to the accusations more than any other business man who Tallahassee, to bring about this relief

made against me. finds himself overburdened, too much But it will require time, how much I cannot SIXTY: : PER GENT A YEAR ?! i

To those who have visited me at my credit extended, collections slow, and a tell. If I fail, I have done the very I

< home I have told the story, and the many desire to maintain his credit, would do. !I best I can. Possibly some other plan may, I Beginning Aug. 19th we will introduce our "CASH WITH t

Kind expressions of sympathy, offers of As stated a time bas been set to hear these present itself. Bat whatever may result ORDER" system which will, we believe, benefit both ourselves and A

.iI assistance and above all, the confidence alleged irregularities in connection with it is my intention to pay every depositorin I our customers. r

'-t"1 and faith shown in my ability to relieve my management of the Fort Dallas National : full if I live and am permitted. The -
On all orders accompanied by cash, check or money order, we
,t;, the situation, have been as magnanimous bank, and I pray the indulgence of best can do no better. will allow a discount of 5 per cent from our regular prices on all

-_ as they have been in the extreme touching my friends until then, and that they will WM. M. BROW material.As j

c. ; and now when it seems possible to not attempt to pass judgment now. bills would be paid in thirty days, anyway, this is equivalent ;

- _;:... put into effect a plan whereby the depositors It should be understood that no bank Notice to TeachersOffice to 60 per cent a year.

;;;._ of the Fort Dallas National bank in if called upon at once by all its depositors Superintendent Public Instruction Ti- This discount will positively not be allowed on any orders not t

my judgment, will not lose one cent, I could pay its depositors in full, for the tnsville, Fla. accompanied by cash or which have to be charged.We .
I Tbe following is a list of the text books tobe guarantee all material, and stand ready to correct any errors
feel that the should hear I existence of bank
y- } public what I reason that the very a used as tbe basis of the September examination that we make. -

ot'Sr have to s&y.Regarding. depends upon its privilege of loaning, oat 1907: '
from reliable will be filled
All orders customers as heretofore,
Orthography-Eeed's Word Lessons (23c),
Suspension of the Bank a certain portion of its depositors' money.If laynard, Merrill & Co., New York. but if you wish to participate in our' CASH DISCOUNT PLAN, get , one unfortunate large in- everybody who owed the bank would Reading-Any standard author will answer. our price' list or our estimate and remit with order.
Composition-Maxwell & Smith's Writing
simultaneously with the call of
vestment can be attributed the cause pay up in English ((75c). American Book Co. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY '
the Halcyon Hall hotel, and for the errors the depositors, the liquidation of a bank Arithmetic-Milne's Standard ((65c), American -
would only be a matter of a few hours. Book Co., Atlanta.
in judgment in investing so much of thebank's '
English Grammar-Me teal fs (60c), American -
'. The of the Fort Dallas National REASONS
: 1' :" funds in this property I take the Book Co. r
, bank now is one where all the depositors U. S. History-Field's Grammar School(f 1)),
ttt: entire blame. I expected, however, to would like their at once. It American Book Co. For Buying a High Speed, Ball pond a Pleasant
"o' make a lain whereby the bank would money Florida History-Brevard&Bennett's(60r( ), Bearing
" would be a physical impossibility to pay American Book Co.and Fairbanks, H.& W. aif t
t;. have been relieved of this property, butt B. Drew Co.GeographyRedway's. [dour .
demand account of the
time and tide wait on nobody, neither do everybody on on Natural Advanced "Standard"{ Rotary Shuttle

,; the officials at Washington. The FortF large amount required and the impossibility (.f 1.25)), American Book Co.
: of converting the assets of the I PhySiooO"-Coleman'! Elements of (DOc),
; Dallas National bank was closed on July Tbe McMillan Co.. Atlanta. Sewing Machine
bank into ready cash in so shprt a time.I .
' Civil Go"ernmentYocum's Civil Government

: 5th,and immediately a shadow cast upon --
r therefore have, with the help of oth- of Florida and the United States ($1)),
all the assets of the bank, and especially E. O. Painter Co., DeLand, Fla. ONLY ONE REASONFor
l in which the officers of the bank were ers, worked out a plan which seems to me Algebra-Milne's High Scoool ($1)), American -

\ interested. to be feasible and has the approval of Book Co.I'hysical buying any other machine,
; directly indirectly Geography-Tarr's New ($1)),
in finance well
, '. Many people do not know what the men experienced as as The McMillan Co..Atlanta. viz: It is cheaper. But there is
. well known lawyers, as to its practicability Theory and Practice-For first grade cer-
;.i: closing of a bank means, aside from the
: and affording the only quick methodof ificatea Psychological Principles of Education. more difference in the quality looking neT the HENRY BOSCH COW
Ji. tieing up of their money and its possible! by Home Parts III and IV for September -
ANY WALL PAPER samples at
k shrinkage (for very few failed banks pay saving the depositors. The plan in a (1.50, The McMillan Co., Atlanta, Ga. than in the price. own tone- utinr comfortably In row your
nutshell is follows For seconc and third grade certificates-
as : eayehmir You caa: mtko a better Mloction
100 cents on the dollar). It further means
Tompkin's Philosophy of Teaching(75c),Ginn
f That the bank of Bay Biscayne takeover The "Standard" ROTARY SHUTTLE that way than by ransacking the store
the ousting of those connected & Co.t1anta, Ga .. __ .
: complete Y the who Iiathe very latest
the machine is in
< the affairs of the Fort Dallas National These boobs may be had of most book dealers NEVER STOPS when
itnifia-tho loveliest tints and richest:
with the bank, whether they be good.tF' Old shuttles start and
.r bank. To accomplish this it has been in the state,or from the publishers by operation. style color el'ecta.mdudiol'imported potterca.
; bad or indifferent officers. It is like an mail, post paid,on receipt of price STOP TWICE to each stitch. Just think Everything rood in wall paper in the
. army on the eve of battle being deprivedof decided that the capital stock of the Bank J. R. WALKER. of the extra strain and wear that this Bach lima
of be increased hundred Supt. of Public Instruction. makes! The '"Standard" Rotary Shuttle
Bay Biscayne one it's economy tooroa get the lowest
its generals and the soldiers deprived Brevard County, Fla. without New York-Chicago prices..
moves on continuously a jar.
thousand dollars by the subscriptionand
: of their demoralization and i Will call with Each ampka-
weapons- The needle bar has only two motions to
t. slaughter are bound to result. Notwithstanding paying in of seventy-five thousandof Weekly Weather Report. 'every stitch whereas the vibrator bar has any tbem hour over to you roar name.heart'*Look con-

capital in addition to the present capital JCFITEE FLA., July 30. 1907. tect-not the taut obligation to
any statement to the contrary I four.No buy If. ocr war of advertviac -
stock. the largest subscribersto heavy balance wheel required to
Among the Beech Wail Papers
boldly declare that had it not been for Comparative statement of temperatures
' 1- the new capital will be Mr. II, M. Flag- : and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. carry motion over the stops and tarts.
Halcyon Hall hotel investment, no The momentum of each stitch helps
,, ler, Mr. W. II. Beardsley, of New York; 1907 1906
bank could have occupied a stronger position make the next.
Mr. J. It. Parrott, Commodore H. C. Less noise than any other machine. V. W. ELDREDThe
in Florida today. July.. 24. 95 74 8.> 72 a
> ; Rome and other prominent men. These 25. W 76 88 75 RUNS 75 PER CENT. LIGHTER
i The Resumption of the Bank "t. 88 69 88 76 THAN OLD STYLE MACHINES.
;:,: people will not only be owners of stock in Up-to-Dafe Painter and Decorator
4f 27. 91 73 91 71 The fact that it is the most" rapid sew-
:- That has been the one thought upper- the Bank of Bay Biscayne, but closely as 2 91 74 90 72 lug machine made is conclusive proof that

: most in my mind, and,to accomplish it I sociated with the bank, and have even 29tk) 75 88 74 it is the lightest running, and good evi TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,
-30. 92 75 86 T2
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have not thought of my own heavy losses far the dence it is quiet.
gone so as to name permanent Total rainfall for the week 2 65 inches very
::....1 or inconvenience, or the blight upon my president Capt. J. A. McDonald. Departure rainfall for the week plus 1.39 It is the most rapid sewer-makes two 0. A. STEWART
treadle three of other
: inches motions of the to
and God know I have one of the
family, The next step is the co-operation of the
in the of
sewing length
Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus machines same
best in the world, and, to me, the dearest depositors of the Fort Dallas National 9 57 inches. seam. It makes 175; stitches while others .

possession on earth. That the depositors bank by their assenting to transfer their! H. P. II\EDIS. make 100. FIRE

should not lose one cent on account of accounts to the Bank of Bay Biscayne, Official in Charge. It make both' the two thread lockstitch
and the single thread chain stitch.
their confidence in my bank and me, I agreeing to accept, say. 15 per cent in Df'arOf'l' Cannot Be Cared It makes the prettiest and most elastic !

=r determined to make the effort of my life cash, and take time certificates of deposit By local applications they cannot reach the !stitch. Insurance

to relieve the situation. issued by the Bank of Bay Biscayne for diseased portion of the car There is only one Tensions not changed by change ofpt'ed
way to cure deafness and that is by constitu- of thread thickness of goods
: We have had here in Miami every win- the balance. In other words the Bank of tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed size of stitch what other machine, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA '
nor length ;
; ter an expert swimmer. His exhibitions Bay Biscayne would undertake to asum condition of the mucous lining of the do: much

T' of swimming! have been admired and the liabilities of the Fort Dallas National eustachian you have a tube.rumbling When<.this or tube imperfect gets flamed hearing can Does as not break thread when machineis I represent som'e of the leading t

r : considered marvelous; with feet and bank, the depositors of the latter bank ,and when it is entirely closed deafness is ran hack"lU1h;. companies of the world and any '
the result,and unless the inflammation can be The tandanl" Rotary has the biggest .
hands tied, blindfolded and gagged, giving an absolute release of all their business entrusted to me will receive -
t taken out and this tube restored to its normal bobbin of any look-stitch machine. Holds
: throw him in at one end of the pool and claims against In this way the liabilities condition hearing will be destroyed forever; 100 yards of No. SO rotton. prompt andcareful attention

r he would make a dive and soon show up of the Fort Dallas National bank nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, The tension! i is releac-ed when takingout
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which is nothing but an inflamed condition of
at the other end, gag gone, blindfold re- would be satisfied, the ret.'t! \"er'acated, the mucous surfaces. the coods.
and hand free and the crowd We will give One Hundred Dollars for The shortest needle used in lock: stitchmschinrstherefore
moved, foot and its assets turned over to the stockholders anyca BOBBINS ,
-.e of deafness (caused by catarrh) that can- less liable to bend .
would applaud. I can swim, but subjected or an agent to be appointed by not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for and skip stitihfS.

to the same disadvantages as this well I them. The assets of the Fort Dallas National circulars, free. Feed motion-* all po-iti\e i -no 'prig': & GRAHAM ;

known expert I am frank to confess I bank would then be turned over to F. J. CHENEY & CO.,Toledo,0. n&ed-hem-p machine will feed over all s.r
;Hf Sold by druggists,5c. -
thioknet-se of goods and seams without co., )
would sink to the bottom and the crowd the Bank of Bay Biscayne, a committeebe Hall's Family Pills are the best.C88TOR : "chewins" the cloth, no matter what

would only see bubbles where I had dis- appointed to determine what were length of stitch. I (Incorporated Paid ip Capital! fJ5.000.tO,
bad and deficiency %A.. Will t"iceas long other lockstitch
"appeared. good and what were any wear ; as
I68 Khd Yll Hare Always 8'JfIBp&tue ;
Bean the machine This own land
The public know the disadvantages and or shrinkage would be made god company i
Best of attachment in in the Indian Hirer Country -
set any machine -
obstacles thrown around me in the failureof that the Bank of f _
or guaranteed so Bay
of self adjusting, and fastened to the ,on the Lncte River,
the bank, and I have no criticism to Biscayne would be absolutely protected __ e presser bar in place of the foot. at New River and on Biscayne -
make, only that they have made it hard in assuming the liabilities of the Fort Dallas n U Best ball bearing; fitted with adjustable Bay. '

for me to accomplish what I had set out National bank. Of course, all these cone screws to take nn wear.
EAST Most easily threaded of any machine PIUCES TO sriT THE TIMES:
to do. Yet, notwithstanding all these. things will have to be done with the approval made. ,

hardships, I have succeeded in interesting : -'' of the comptrollers at Washington F.DUREN,Agent, Because all sewing machine companiesare Send for land list.OrricESAT .

people who will assist in a scheme, and Tallahassee and others in authority. tes-tifving; to the ?nlJt| eriority of the"standard" i
; .
which seems to me feasible, to pay the As a partial guarantee against any Rotary Shuttle by bringing
Florida and out and offering for sale rotary shuttle
depositors of the Fort Dallas National shrinkage in the assets of the Fort Dallas machines. These machines they do not TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.

bank in fall. To accomplish this, I have National bank, I am willing to turn over -1ti; attempt to sell, knowing they are defective -

,'- volunteered to pledge everything I have to a trustee ever)thing I have in the WesternHeats owing to our control of basic patents; HANDY MOTH PAPERA
bat they do use them as an argument
in other
f"t-_ in the world; my several interests world, as already enumerated. Should It against rotary machines in the effort to

enterprises, stocks, bonds ice factory, insurance not be sufficient then additional guarantee sell their old style vibrators moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed

on my life, cash in bank home, will be provided, so that tbe Bank of under carpets or in the folds of fur and cloth-

everything.. What more can any man do Bay Biscayne will be absolutely protected. The Standard Sewing Machineis ing it drives away moths and worry Twelve
I of all Kinds sheets in a packet carriage prepaid 10 cents. ,
It has been gratifying to me beyond The above is the plan in condense sold by the Indian River Six packets 50 cents if druggist doesn't have it. 1

expression to see such loyalty of friends.To form to relieve the depositors of the Fort I Madlgan Powder Work,Selection 846ClarkrtTtlle 1

the press I am particularly grateful for Dallas National bank. To me it appears TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA Music Houes, Titusville ,Iowa ..
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# l Prof. E. E. Resor is in the city Sg-
ring on constructing a large build!.i;

to be used for zoological purposes. The Don't Push' Typewriters I
IN FAIR FLORIDA building is to be 240 feet square and

dIvided off Into 10 by 12 cages in I The horse can draw the '

which ttere would be a large menace- load without help, if you .:: ::
flat t is Beint Done Towards the De- vie of all kinds of wild animals, ornamental reduce friction to almost : I ;'

lelopment of the Peninsular birds and reptiles. There will nothing by applying Celebrated
also be all kinds of amusements and Agents for the
attractions on the inside. The bulling -
Small shipments of pineapples ar rMieaAxhto
still being made from Dade county. .will be illuminated by its own elec.tric .t

light plant-Sanford Chronicle. reaseJ
*q The Sanford House at Sanford is to FAYSHOLESTypewriter '

be remodelled at a cost ot $10,000. Advices have been received in Tam-

t pa from Thomas J. L. Brown presi- the wheels.
Property valuations in Levy county No other lubricant -
dent of the State Fair Association
this year show an increase of more made
a who is now in New York city that after ever
; than $500,000 over the returns tor 1906. wears so long ,
a conference with the railroad offi
The $45,000 bond issue authorized and saves so much
cials the period for holding the next
by the property: owners of Bradentowc horsepower. Next time
: Florida State fair had been agreed
for improvements has been :MICA AXLE GREASE.
municipal try
namely February 3 to 29 inclu- i
upon, ,
the bank of Manatee at Standard 011 Co. used in FloridaSecondHand
purchased by
ive. This period is, of course subject Iae.rp.itc4Tragedy 1,000 now

3t par.The to approval by the directors of the if

National Association of the Blue fair association, but it is thought they Near Quincy.

and the Gray which was in annual session -
will readily assent to the date mentioned There was a tragedy at the home of
r4 in Norfolk, Va, last week, vote I
as it is the general opinion
Mr. T. R. Smith, five miles from town
to hold the next reunion in St. Peters- among the directors that the fair
Tuesday morning, in which S. D. Allen

burg, Fla. should be held in February. lost his life. According to the evidence -
The Florida East Coast Land Department According to reports given out by before the coroner's jury, the

r' has interested a wealth Atlanta the captain of the vessels arriving circumstances of the killing are about

'ice capitalist in Key West and he expects here from the Bahama islands, the local as follows:

} ; to establish a large manufacturing In- labor market will in the future be Mr. Allen was at the home of Mr.

dustry there this fall. well supplied. It is stated by them Smith. The two men were good trends

If the prohibition bill becomes a law that the news of the scarcity of labor AIll'nas drinking, and during tie

in Georgia it is probable the big plants which was experienced here last morning made an insulting remark --- -

-r of the Acme Brewing Company aul season is just reaching the small islands about Mrs. Smith. Mr. Smith resent-

; the Swift Creek Distilling Company and hundreds of laborers are ed the remark and Allen drew a knife C

,:4 will be moved to Jacksonville. awaiti-ig another vegetable growing and advanced upon Mr. Smith WQD TypewritersALL

Because of some misunderstanding season to come here. In the islands I shot him dead. Mr. Smith came lo

d between the Board of Public Safety of the men working on the farm seldom town and surrendered to Sheriff )Ic- I

Pensacola and the city fire departmentthe receive more than fifty cents per day, Call, telling him what he had done. MAKES ALL PRICESTerms

firemen have gone on a strike It is and the wages paid on the farms in The coroner's jury, after examiningthe ,

expected the trouble will soon be ade the country is a big attraction to them. witnesses to the tragedy, rendered to Suit

justed. Miami Record. a verdict of justifiable homicide. Purr!

St Tampa is to be represented in the lic sentiment justifies Mr. Smith in
The British Steamship Coaling, Captain Typewriter Repairing SpecialtyRI13i3crT
'" r Hughes, which sailed from Fer- great Tobacco Exposition in New York what he did, holding that he was only a

nandina on last Friday morning for next September. Tobacco learns, just protecting and defending not only himself -
as it is going to press, that Cot T. J. but the honor of his home.
1, Montreal, Canada, drew 25.8 feet. She !
.; had on board as cargo 2,730,000 feet I L. Brown, president of the Tampa The stead man's remains were ship- : S

of lumber.All Chamber of Commerce, who has beenIn ped to Tallahassee for interment,

the members of the family of the North for a few weeks past on a where te has a wife and two little We guarantee our Ribbons to be Non-Filling and

combined business and pleasure trip children. The affair is regretted very
C. B. Gibson, of Tampa, were poisoned -
:; called at the office of President TurkIn much by Mr. Smith and friends. I Durable
Wednesday by drinking tea, madeIn
; the Flat Iron Building, Tuesdayand
a kettle in which a box of matches closed a contract for a generous A Risky Trip. 75 cents each, or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach.

t had been accidentally dropped. They
space in the Exposition in which Tampa : (Miami Metropolis)
ine. color.
are all much improved and win: recov Any
er. and its great clear Havana cigar All the way from Miami to NorfolkVa.

industry will be represented. Tobacco ---- f
\ ., in an eighteen foot, fiat-bottomet
Spreading of the rails two miles is delighted to chronicle this fact
r launch propelled by a three horse power CARBON PAPEROur
north of Bartow Junction Wednesday -
believes that it is in
and many respects gasoline engine and accompanied only
afternoon caused the derailmentof Carbon is the Best. $1.65 $4.00
the wisest move that Tampa by his eight year old daughter is the Paper to per

a northbound freight train on the has yet made, and that it will be direct effort started Saturday afternoon by
Atlantic Coast Line and the piling of means of increasing Tampa's out- box, 100 sheets to the box.
John Gaylord. The trip is regarded as

ten cars in a ditch along the track put by many, many millions of cigars. hazardous, first on account of the smallness Can furnish size color.
All the crew jumped in the nick of -New York Tobacco. any any
and unseaworthiness of the boat
lime escaping injury. .
and second because Gaylord: is not a -
y Snake Killed Horse.
Total shipments of cigars from Tam seaman or a navigator. Naturally Gay-

pa for the week ending July 13 amounted (Lakeland News.) lord will follow the inland passages, going
Recently a large rattlesnake was R. C. DAVIS & CO.
4600000.. Previously:; reported to sea only when absolutely neces-
killed in the office of T. B. Hendrix'slivery
shipments amounted to 144,210,000, sary. Gaylord and family had been in .
stable on Massachusetts avenue.
t making a grand total since January, ; Miami for several months:earlier in the "
Before the snake was killed it bit two
1907, of 148,840,000. The increasefor summer residing at the beach resort, but
of Mr. Hendrix's horses, one of the ant- Jacksonville Fla.
this period over the similar period more recently living on board a small
i mals dying from the effects of the bite ,
i of 1906 amounts to 1G, 05OOO. houseboat at the Royal Palm dock. His
{ Thes other horse was made very sic:;
i Henry M. Flagler is the largest inui- but finally recovered. The man wife and two small sons have gone toNew
York rail while he and the lit-
L*' victual tax in Volusia county. HI! by
payer who discovered it had a narrow escape -
tle girl undertake the long!: trip to Norfolk -
taxes the Ormond Hotel and three
on the snake striking him, but failing b
in small cockle-shell launch.
;, or four adjoining lots and on the fu> i to insert its tangs. a I

Ir 0 niture etc., in Ormond, are over two Monday another snake of the sarnariety -' KriueOy for llUrrluwa. \ T
thousand dollars. From this tax alone .- was killed! at the electric light to Fail

Mr. Flagler pays about $223.00; to tu plant by Ir. I. "'. Fulghurn. A colored "I want t" say a few word for t'hatnl.'rlaitist'utic.l'hnlera -
and Diarrhoea Krnwdy
t sub-district school at Ormond.-D..-- man who was gathering woolIcketi : I hare awl this rej'aration in lilY family for

Land Record. up a log under which the snail? the i>a-t five years aid have reomiftM acted it]
I toa numlierof jieople in York comity and:
.a Starke was shocked as never before was hiding bat the reptile did ntrike. have never known it to fail toelfert rare in

when it was learned on Sunday morning ; It was found to measure ,. any in..tarn,,'. 1 feel that I cannot say too
nnu-h for the !*->t remedy the kind in the
that J. P. Bennett sheriff of Bradford feet, C inches and had nine rattles aida world:' S. ..Ic'mi"D.O"riu: ;! (it.-... York

._ county, had committed suicide at'' button.s the electric liht plant County. 1',( Tl'- n-meily; i? for sale! "y Titurvillv -
I'hartiiaey. ftann T Dnts Stotntl
'f: his home by shooting himself in the is in close proximity to the HenJnr. all dealer. .

> right temple, death having been almost stables this snake was probably r.I-

t 4," instantaneous. The sheriff hall mate of the one killed there.

just returned from a trip to Mobile. Rattlesnakes, while not nunK ros. ASTORIA

j" Ala. where he went for some parties. are frpQneutlv found in the woo Is, but
For Infants and Children.
their presence: in town is band to explain.

r. The Chinese interpreter. Goon Kim, It is thought the two kiil; i The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears
: who has been ill with typhoid fever atl''e"
scaped from a kind cf Florida r.n t -
the emergency hospital in Tampa for ;
. .::.:. ereral weeks, died Saturday morning. seam which was located in that vie.a-: of mn 4A
Vs i Kim was a very intelligent Chinaman

who had been connected with the iai- IIAU.IN AWH'LTIMt: -

. L' migration; office of the United States Hut <'liai>il..-rl in'.. CVIir, Cliolrra and .
custom house for some years and was iirilim-H Knimly "'ure..tlliu, 1l !1
Rf i f, i f fCl' 3
a great favorite with the custom home' It is with plvs.-tire that I give you this nn"iHitril ( i' .... 9N
-tiiii'>u..ti.: AixMit a vetra.. vhn ? -- 1
o Bcia>s. I had :t MAvn.H- tlf"l .' I gt caught ina .. :., r.. t.. AND
The Fort Myers Breeze reports th..: Lard rain and tii: ni a Ins .*ttlttl in my vv'-, '""" ..',..."-.'. a'A R t
!stomach: and ,N.wvU. I had an awful! tin' ." .0J f
r Herbert Sewell, who belongs to PUJ and had it u..t i-tii twr UKnsvof rhaniWrJainM'olu. r- ) v /' : .

ta Gorda, has devised and patented a '. Cholta: and, lurrb.a Remedy I ..: ',) .,-
.,'ult! not have ,..,il>ly livid hut a lew h..urlonzcr. I
a- clam digger that will revolutionize th- : l ut. tba k.. tl'this -rno clam industry and make its inventor s> ronz and wvll. I have writtrn the al",ve : r
rl through simple Gratitude.. and I shall! ilway ;. ;(lF!.. t JI 1!. 1..1 I
machine in its
a fortune. The op-- speak a sixnl word for thi. n'w..1)-. t UII. H 1"c- ..,
. ,r ation resembles a suction dredge. It Iwiii. Conmrtl.. F..r ";.lr! .... Tit>-viVTharmary. ; ,..--\-'."--....:!! 1t\, : ... I
has already attracted the attention off Uiniier-Drug;--Mure-and; all dealer:_ -- -=+! i For sale by the

I capitalists; seeking an investment. For Over Sixty Years A ft-w doses n f Thi:+ reim-dy:! invariably

.. rare au ordinary attack of I
Pants Gorda Herald.Gov.
z Mrs. Win..lo.thin;: >ynip ha.,* diiirrhcea. I ; RIVER
been n-e-1 for over sixty years by nii'.hon! be .
and Mrs. BrowarJ and the: It can always iVpendM n.n.even
of mothers* for their children while teeth
atti.-k i.f
in the more severe
pibt handsome' daughters Dorcis
_ tnj;:. with perfrvt MICIVW. It soothes the cramp e.lie and cholera t:1t''t i 'r. I MUSIC
.. Josephine, Enid, Elsie Ella. Agnt; ?*. chill, softens the gums, a'lays ail pain, It is equally&nctvs"fnl: f',r Mjuiuitrdiarrluea HOUSE
!t!4' Florida and Elizabeth and Miss KIs'e cures wind colic and i is the best t remedy and cholt-ra infnntum in k ,
for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poo"little t
Douglass, left Tallahassee Thursday chii sufferer ioiuuiHatvIy. Sold! l II" dmdsts :;:- the lives of many children t'<\l' 1 FLA.
for their summer outins. The SOY in "world. .
f: every part of the Twenty When rt lncrd with w&tl"r.anI!
crnor and his family will visit Nt: .> five cents a little. hr sure and a.-k for gw*etenetl it is pleasant to tikr. I

York and Washington, returningia "Mrs. Win;;Iow' Sx>thins: Syrup," and Every man of a family t-h.r.M keep
tike no other kin.l. Guaranteed under thi remedy in his home. Buy it now.IRICE. .
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": A Deserter Captured. Danla Man In Trouble 1\
The Crown of Woman .
1" <. :::' -, ..7 (Tampa Tribune.) (:Miami Record.) t 1i ,

' '. .; '' '.Deserting his wife of a year while hood is Motherhood. The good people of Daala are anx- f i

i they were on a train at Jacksonville, Ions to ascertain the whereabouts of \ \ \ !

.::t:; ,1o 4_tearing. her without money ticket or The crown of womanhood is motherhood J. P. MX, until recently a prominent ,.

Y clothes, to the tender mercies of strangers Bat uneasy lies the head that business man of that town. f.
"_ the or anticipates this cor- ;
. -- '" Julio Angelo Porto RIcan, little wears onation when crown there is a lack, of womanly Mr. Nix was in Danla last Friday, ( r "

4,- it1iti dreamed, when he appeared in Ybor strength to bear the burdens of maternal but disappeared most mysteriously on CASTORIA !

, City yesterday morning that the abandoned dignity come to and this duty.critical And t:kie how with few adequate women that :day: and has not been heard from ht

F wife was closely on his trail strength. The reason .y so many wom- since that time. Mr. Nix was the

t";';_' Mrs. Angelo Is a native of Georgia and en sink under they are the unprepared.strain of motherhood Is preparation isbecause town treasurer and it is alleged that

; .: when the train on which they were then required for motherhood? asks when he disappeared certain of the

'1 going to her former home for a belated the young woman. And every" experienced town fends also disappeared. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been

:G-J> wedding-Journey. a few days ago, was hesitat.inglya.dviSA mother answers expectant-"Yes.mothers"I un to There are also a number .)f checks in use for over 30 years, has borne the sijjnatnre of <

(;,il"J. about to pull out of the depot at Jack use Dr. Pieree's Favorite PrescriptIon in circulation, given by the gentlemanwho and has been made under his per- t
writes Mrs. btephens. The reason for i
sonville, Angelo jumped from the this advice is that Dr. Pierce's Favorite cow appears to be a fugitive, that sonal supervision since its infancy.

..i ,coach taking with him his wife's grip, Prescription is the best preparative for are not good and many anxious cred- Allow no one to deceive yon in this. i
the maternal function. No matter how All Counterfeits
Imitations and but
Just-as-good" are
pocket-book, railroad ticket, all herr healthy and strong a woman may be, itors are also inquiring as to the pos-
$, traveling paraphernalia, and slipped she cannot use "Favorite Prescription sible location of the late town treas- Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
as a preparative for maternity without Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
'iI'. Into the concealing vortex of the mot- gain of health and comfort. But it is urer. He has a wife and children in {

!: : ley depot crowd. The poor young woman the women who are not strong who best Dania rho are left almost penniless.His t

I; thus deserted, finally found appreciate from the use the of "Favorite great benefits Prescription.received disappearance is shrouded in What is CASTORIA
i! : friends' who provided transportation For one thing its use makes the baby's mystery le became known on Fri-

} .* for, her back to Tampa, while the police many advent case practically> reduced painless.days of suffering It has to in day that: warrants are out for his arrest Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric < 1

J3 of Jacksonville, kept hot the trail a few brief hours. It has changed the and it is surmised that certain Drop and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It _

I list;r op the deserter. Friday morning Mrs. time period of of ease anxiety and comfort.and struggle into a close friends gave him a tip and that contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic ;

Angelo called at the office of he ducked. Officers watched the train! substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms land '
tl: Smith & Smith, Seventh avenue, in but he did not appear, and it is thought allays Fet'erishuess. It cures Diarrhoea amid Wind
The anxious mother of the family oft-
::: order to give the firm notice not tot entimes carries the whole burden of re- that he came to Miami and Kent Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation ;

sell certain property which she and sponMblhty!*o far as the horn medicationof aboard the steamer for Key West. and Flatuleiicj. It assimilates the Food, regulates the 1

"' her husband' owned in a local subdi- concernod common ailments The cost of the of girls the doctor's or boysIs Every effort will be made to capture Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. i r

j vision, anticipating that Angelo would visits is very often much too great. At the fugitive and return him to this The Children's anacea-The Mother's Friend. f
such times the mother is invited to writeto
-'. return bere and seek to realize on the Dr. Pierce of Buffalo N. Y., for medical county to face his accusers.ChamlK'rlain' +

1.: real estate. Neither: member of the advice, which is given free. Corres- CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS :
- pondence I is held strictly confidential.The .
I firm being at the office, Mrs. Angelo Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea -
ingredients of the "Fauinfe Prescription Kcmrdjr, Better Than }
I t : told her story to the Ybor City repre- is a matter of public knowledge Three Doctor Bears the Signature of '
# being printed on each separate
to' ",'. sentatlve of the Tribune who has a bottle wrapper. "Three years ago we bail three doctors with

;: : desk there. He advised the woman Perfect safety i is assured with Doctor our little boy and everything that they could :
Pierces well known medicines becauseno do seemed in vain. At last when all hope 1
j r to go to Justice Evans and swear out harmful ingredient is contained in seemed to be gone we began using Chamber- 4 .t

! M a warrant for Angelo. She departed them. No alcohol, opium or harmful lan's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedyand
in few hours he began to improve. Today
:; narcotic is contained in the Favorite a ..
',:; with that intention and, a few minutes Prescription." Nearly forty years ago Dr. he is as healthy a child as parents could "
-' who should darken Pierce discovered that chemically pure wish for. Mrs. B.J, Johnston. Lmton. Mists.
elapsing, the door
i '\ glycerine of proper strength:; Is a better For axle by Titusvilte Pharmacy, Banner
I but Angelo himself He proceeded to solvent of our native medicinal plants Drug Store and all dealers. The KM You Have Always BoughtIn

make inquiries about the possibility of than i>> alcohol Besides-- clvcenne is-. of
high nutritive eva.lue) in building up
Has Fire.
Tampa Spectacular
,,; selling the identical propertj. It was healthy flesh-much surpassing cod liver Use For Over 30 Years.
t the work of a few moments on the oil. The ingredients in "Fa\onte I're- (Tampa Tribune.)
scnptioa" beside ths: glycerine :are Lady's ?Na CIUlTaU"cO.P...". rr MURRay .TMCCT MCW rOM CtTL.
part of the newspaper man to have Slipper root. Golden Seal root mack Co- Loss of oil to the amount of several I ..

Deputy 'Sheriff Allan take the Porto hosh and Blue Cohosh root, and Unicornroot. thousand dollars resulted from the destruction -

' i. Rican into custody. At the office of Dr. John Fyfe, Editor of the Department bj fire at 10 p. m. Wednesday -

Justice Evans the deserter was con- of Therapeutics in THE ELECTIC of an oil car in the :yards of the .1
REVIEW of Unicorn root (lclonwwDUIUM
fronted by a weeping wife, and while lone of the chief ingredients of Dr. Seaboard Air Line railway: Although "
she wept and he protested, a compro- Pierce Favorite: Prescription the cause of the fire is unknown, it *s I
"A remedy which invariably acts a* a
mise was effected whereby she is to believed that it originated from i
uterine invigorator and always favors a
Feed and Sale Stables
obtain a divorce and Angelo is to condition which makes for normal ac- torch held in the hands of some of the
of the >ntire cannot fail to ,
tivity t system
make to her all the they '
k over property
)ardmen -
be of great usefulness and of the utmost
. ,, Jointly hold. Thus, deserter and deserted importance to the general practitioner of The fire department received the SADDLE HORSESBUGGIES
medicine. "In lit'kmias han medicament
we a -
quickly found each other under the which more fully answers the alarm and Chief Hoi con and others

stern surveillance of the law, and another above purposes t/ui/i any; other drug icUh from station one responded, assisting \.,
which I vn it&iwwitcd. In the treatment -
instance of "man's inhumanly" SURREYS
of diseases peculiar to omen it is the Seaboard yardmen and the crew

+ met speedy rebuke and enforced resti- seldom that a case is seen which does not of switch engine No :SOI: in fighting TURNOUTS
present some indication for this medial =; and
tution. the flames, which exhausted themselves ,l .
of all kinds
Of another important ingredient Prof. in the destruction of the car. .
A Valuable Legaon John King. M D. says: "As a jwtrtiwpnrpnmtnr. Hauling Etc.
The car contained four 00'gallon oil ,
Blue Cohosh has
>u years ago I learned a valuable lesson a -
writes John Plea.'lant.oC Magnolia, Ind "I well-merited reputation for when used drums end six 52: gallon oil drums kerosene
by delicate women, or those who experience J M OSBAfl TitttSYille Florida
then began taking Dr. King New Life Pills ,valve engine and signal oils ,
and the longer I take them the better I find painful1a.bors. for several weeks previous
them" They please everybody. Guaranteed it gives tone and vigor to all the being represented in the consist whichplajed -

at Titusville Pharmacy and Banner DrugStore parts engaged, facilitating its progress." beautifully above the ear in
't'vl Prof
relieving suffering
25c. Bale testifies of women who have taken tongues of flames of varied hue. witnessed VICTOR
Caulophrllim nil heat rcry easy labors i
from the Seaboard viaduct
Heavy Damages Asked. and made good recoveries. Blue Cohosh: I new Tct0
f acts as an anti-abortive by relieving the bv hundreds of peoplE.. The car wa Talking Machines, Supplies and
; The Miami News of yesterday sajsTwo : irritation upon which the trouble depends -
.a warrants have been issued oi' tin crtutmues "It has been employed received in the yards of the company Records sold the
\ to relieve trn&Utfiit of the rej n>- the latter part of last week and had by
of the circuit court calling for the are ,, .
luctipe ) tux dependent on congestion.It been taken from its trucks and givenposition
: est of )Ir. A. P. Core on two chargesof controls chronic inflammatory: stag's
slander. One of these was Issue of organs" and gives tone in cases of de- on a foundation near the roii!. ,S a INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE

bilitv bed. .\ number of freight cars nearly .
at the request of Judge A. E. Hejser, The fort<(()int: are only a few brief extracts ;- r'TITUSYILLE
taken from among the volumesof endangered;: by the lames wee -- MaterYtibice b FLORIDA
! Vt: and the other on the affidavit of Mi&3:
endorsement which the most eminentmedical
removed bj a switch engine. thus prevertmg -
Sadie Nelan. The warrants have not writers have given the in.redients i-
entering into Ir Pierce's Favorite"Favorite : a much greater loss A large
jet been served as Mr. Gore is abse
I'r ';l.ri ptiml. stack hoisting gallows recently erect' ?'r.? ""
the United States Prescription" .; the onlv
on business, for gore i
medicine for women. the makers of which ed for the company near the oil cr r'\:
trnment, m his capacity as deput\
are not afraid: to print their formula on was badly daimged ,
marshal. The will be served imme(l' the bottle wnpif; thus t4Kin their patrons ---- -- Asore Throat a i
into their faIl confidence.
Lately en his return. It is unJerstooa Don He lime

that the slander complained of was lit:_VLTH AM) It 'rpr"F. ;>. .\n'l I >:se all interest: who help, within dangerous malady
Hi v to live in health and h .. rtacb llerbiue will ni.iktthat !liver
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btht accus pinne s I u
statements made the general tl.eme of Dr. Pi 'r against both of the complainants in the mvis:>.. -..* l 1'; This crest writes: Iking a constant suSXrer fnnur \ ....
In addition to work 0:, m "tirint' ant I hyi*'n.-. f'Crta njng tiiitivn and a lM.nlert-d liver have i'j1v
criminal proceedings ; over 1'UI paces and more han 7r1ilhrtratioas frond ilerlnne to l>e the best mediciue for tl' : a seek around
the warrants issued, two suits were j.. sent frt" on rcel't of there troubles vn the ro: rkrt. I have used it .
'* f mns ', .imst"ntlv. I believe it t<. !* the lest tmdi neck. i'o &;
of t' > > > .J
filed in the office of the clerk stinpto 0'' expense / / its YC. t.r cure .. .
'nd :11 oiepeiiti"in- The c'oihbounl l'iUt of kind "1<11"j"h alll hntTt-nrs fn.m ,
circuit court The first was, that of volume or oni3t stamps for the thH, ti\ml4t tw know the coo llertnue has

A. E. Hej er against. P Gore, asking book: in paper cover, dour me i a U4 U. "f X Z2J -J

damages;: of 30,000; for defamation 1.\. 5 ,fiCS D. I ...: .-3 ')
!'mutt'tint llalrrinlixlKMan.. ,
of character The second was tiu. 1i-ii. e '} JY A ,. r"t \ ft4J i; ; .1 '
Sir James t'rI'lttU-Irnwn: : the lingJIsli l-lf r /
6tw i
her next fiu:,', Pert-veil : '"'5 .y -" _.
Xelau by
Miss Sadie
of OJ
physu'jan. striking before :M>mtDK'ml"rs > I '
against the same ti..:- lit" : .\ftt"r taking lese :a?, .. .1t.4'; : I
M. E. Spencer, a1t1 'xi"tit"n.-e. sty- of hu profession, protested lL -. t'- "'tP.<1I
I than three littles tiC Electric Bitters. I feet ... ., ... .. !\. .
fendant. asking $lH.OII 0 for a like '-' tn'I1t.It'is against: the tendency to adopt too mate- ; : : : _. .
like one rising f'l'Ot the zrixe )ly .'- !Z. "'"_ ,' ,
suits arise from tie the ioo1hdt:11' I nal' explanation of m: n. The _
ren e. Both ri hfs di-a n f i1tR.-letaisi3f*= >r=s.a' Ik:.Sac t _
'bdi"w Elettrir Bitttr will cure me nnteri >f a iwlie-tl praetico tIP
ful'v raw "
same state of facts Judge Retie: tr it ha.. already ttopped the ":': I, ':,,, : :.. t t':: ..u! :'T F" ,d ertlt'. .:.. ,
*iw perwanently. cattle a mere contrivance of matter find ; .,......., .. ,
, appears as attorney in both of liver and bladder t.otUplil-atiNli which have _.,1-... 'r'j o.! ..<- P,,_- .: '
Ouanu.terd at Titusvine four; tlte brain of flits pooroasume' ,. .., -
Hejser occupies the tn ubletl we fur yearn' L;; ,, \. .J. ',. .' -
j- cases Judge lnw of and lotion lue-like suVstaiup :
l'hartuaey and Banner Drugstore. pills { > a ?
honorable position II jiule ot tbe only >h.,. lIint'-tt'uth water w.thalttle 8 f. .v'-1', .''< .- .' ,""."'.......:..'." \:..... ._.. 1\.t.-, ',

I, county court, and he has decided to r'liosi: >!iwn's- thrown in." "Thev left usman. Jisii' ''.' ':'''..'D:'-:-, OLD SCT". J<'::I"f'r'. JOINTS, |

rest no longer under the cloud of rj She !tearof n hilJ. ." saul Sr: ..Ytm4.with i Mmlnnsrt i } _':' .". .>J) AI L P/. '3.

< J himself and Miss x;t.. That which disMr're* 11. and quickens Cg : .*j ui.tor (-If. se'f matte and self ..;. -- _. ---- .
' hors ..
th. revolt !. n& less a factor in a started. with no j asscmrs! and no : "; ; .' ."-: :. .. .. .--. ,-= :::
wishes to vindicate u.--"lt/ . .. l..aL.q..on' p
r Ian, and he .. : .11; r_ .. .
child emotional life- But there is tins liuffVur: lII'IH1 bv at.rit' of t'xpl.- ... .
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iadj and preserve her goo T -:' .. --. '1.
young : diIr'rt'nt'n': !have the bitter t,pr" sinus' or re''i-;;':" tttnc ..f PI"f_:r, any .,,1 .t p--. :: \' -. 4",,"\ :-"rd d'3_
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suKsabote r ... ,, :... .
The t .
i name as well as his own. and o1> ." Turn" ) o: J.h ;.r "a, : -ithe mint: c::''1' ;
to :
to defend nisLu 0'1 ::' *
a fu ii tuaity ri '. ,,-. ','", iil-.: ,..' F.': !..;'aHr rch f. ; ,'d .. : -
entioned will bring on tail reparation 5) there !'t a "'trtampithttic i -1 i ....:\.1-: a b:'!:.;: the! *v.-f !.Jr.jjjlf'l't i :> ? ever UitU UictliU vAL' .. I

i investigation which Judge llejser de ;>Vistire in standing/ witb hu : :Q !'l.::':' :;LL: :.l _'. '"2,, Ci '." _
inanity where its joys, its loamu: _: s. iteinbirrassinents -, I \
sires. and its disaplwiatmt'uts I ;j PR.CC ;x, OOc AND Sl.tOBallard
liihlrrn in rainX are simplest and ne+Vest. and. T utt'sPilis I ,J4 --- -

(' t'l cry as do children who are sutfV'rims llt'rf-rct'. where ju:i'oteucv is aL M,:ute. ;,
Sn Liniment Co.StH
from hunger Such is: the cause of all Iwt.ies Give ut this L'lJst uiiforumerdal. thisl1iT'inrt ,, : .

who cry and are treated for sukmwhtu Thisis of enterprises for my own! stimulate the TORPID LINER, 'f
suffering from hunger >-502 Nortn Second Street
really are ,
they caused from their food not being; assimilated Give ine a thl'd! to Iv at home with, toW strengthen the digestive organs, 1

but devoured. bv worniv .\ few tWsofhite in absolute confidence with: If I regulate the bowels and are unequaled ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
s Cream ermifuje will cause them tot't"d.Se c-ianot refashion! niv wirj>ed wrinkled .' ---..
U thru at otu-e, Give
crying and begin and and discoloied wid: soul into the MEDICINE,
Tittb\'i1le Pharmacy
trial. bold by
Banner Drug Store. un\,l:1'totlfa.t'S/ and the ethereal purl In malarial districts their virtues Sold and Recommended byStoiro l'f
-- -- ty of the spirit of the child. let me now are il1eiJ recogniifd.aslhev possess \:
agf3TORI nod again open that little door and peculiar properties in freeingthe
tlaii lbals Bdcs t8lg shut myself in that little heart Just for syste'i from that poison. Elegantly usV'i11e Pharm: !fey and 1 I"f .
loan the coated.
ct.: ; the sheer of it.-Patterson Da

sit'e' M leis In Success Migiziue. .. Take No Substitute. Banner Drug: \it


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FUNK LIPP-Prcticl Shoemaker. Forty stone-boat last week getting in the! JAMESPBITC&1BDPresident.' WINSTON S.BBANNINO. Vice-President and Cat 1

r t years done,nice experience and cheap; all; also kind ladies'of and repairing men's hay..

shoes made to order. Wedding bells again at Bonaven- Is It Your Indian River State Bank i

I COUNTY ture! I
Guy Munson was helping Mr. Lin-
derbury his launch the forepart Own Hair ? COU.Ef'JL'Ixr DEPOSITORY ;

NEWS NOTES of the week. Authorized Capital, $100,000; Paid-up Capital, $: ,ooo; Average Deposits, $200,000 j

f Apartyof young people from Bon- TRANSACTS A

_. Little Happenings That Help to Hale aventure and Georgiana,chaperonedby Do you pin your hat to your
Up the Weekly newspaper Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Munson, en- own
joyed a very pleasant launch ride last Haven't enough hair? It must

!4 : COCOA Tuesday night.F. be you do not know Ayer's LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER f i

y Mr. W.E.Booth is building a large W. Munson and two children, I Hair Vigor! Here's an intro- Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated. i
of Mr. and Mrs. Linderbury and Miss duction May the acquaintance Prompt service, polite treatment and every favor consistent 1 i
for the manufacturing
factory with conservative banking grantedCORRE"PONDENTS :
concrete blocks. The concrete block Ruth Allen went to Cocoa Thursdayof result in a heavy growthof
last week. rich thick glossy hair! ; F
business is increasing rapidly:
.New York The Atlantic National Bank !
Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, City;
Mr. C. D. Provost is hair-food,
The recent west winds have been talking a Use this splendid "of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida I i
vacation in the near future. hair and
get \
stop your
a pleasure to the residents of Mer- .
rid of dandruff.The .
ritts island-but are'warm for the LOTUS your :
best kind of a testimonial- 1
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people on this side. We certainly are enjoying the rest "Sold for over sixty years." (

Mr. J. Fiske is at home from his from the mosquitoes and hope they 7vJ.c.Ayer Co..Lo sell.Lia$3.A.o E. L. BRADY & BRO., ., :
manll.fac\luen lOr
vacation. He has a handsome new have not gone for reinforcements.John A 5A HPAR.'LL\.

J i 20 number h. p.of automobile.automobiles Cocoa which has are in a F. Geiger, Jr., had the mis- e rs PILLS.CHEBSY. PECTaEAi.FLORIDA Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.

fortune Thursday to lose his pocket- We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for:Map**' Fert izers. We deal exclusively
use daily. book, while on his way to the launch, io the above lines of goods,and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on
Miss Sallie Magruder, of Orlando, Grain and all Groceries,delivered at your station. E.L.BRADY&BRO.TITUSVILLE,FLA.
but was fortunate enough on return- EAST. COAST ________ h___ ___ __ __ ______ ______ _
arrived on Tuesday on a visit to her ing in the afternoon to find it safely

1 parents in South Rockledge. stored away in a ditch. Luckily he BORROWS $$3,000,000 S.J. rr.ORT<>N9 j

Mr. and Mrs. R. B. LaRoche are found friends in Cocoa who loaned .

j r entertaining relatives from Courte- him money and John had a good time. .H. M. Flagler Negotiates Loan Which Staple and Fancy Groceries hay, Produce; riliri inds,1
nay this week. Mr. LaRoche is building He says this should be a warning to I Is Understood to Bear His l

,. a large barn and will have the all boys to have their pockets made VEGETABLES SPECIALTY

carpenters at work on his dwelling as deeper. Endorsement Ti't-u.svi11e. : : F1orida.r .

f' soon as they can get to it. Mrs. Bisbee was visiting friends in Sew York Herald.
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Zach Dixon has the contract for re- Bonaventure Thursday of last week. Harvey Fiske & Sons, bankers,

modeling and adding to Mrs.Volner's Mr. S. A. Osteen was a visitor to have bought from the Florida East TITUSVILLE BOAT CO.

house on the heights.The Cocoa last Saturday.Miss Coast railway $3,000,000, of three

carpenters are at work on Mrs. Annie Stewart, of Brantley, year six per cent notes. They are se- Victors installed and repaired by expert engineers
Mr. Asa the day with Mrs.Green Thursday -
; F. Calloway's cottage. spent
cured by bonds of the railway com-
4' Chancey is doing the work. of last week. :al.larine: : :El.ai1vvayLauncheS
pany and in addition Wall street has
Mrs. J. 0. Simmons, of Eau Gallie, Mr.John F.Geiger and two daugh-
carefully stored for the months
heard the notes were further summer ;a.r a.
'4 was a visitor in town Tuesday. ters were shopping in Cocoa Tues-!
strengthened by the indorsement of .Jr=Jr_=Jr=Jr_=Jr=r rr=rr J r r- rrj L = r-rrr Jr=J//1=Ji'EE1 j

Dr. Holmes is a frequent visitor in day.Mrs. H. M. Flagler, the dominant interestin ____ __ _n n ___
town'having several patients,one ofT Green is expecting company

f w : whom is Mrs. S. Wade, who has had down from Chicago soon. the property and its president.The Jas. Pritchard & Son

;> 'r1 another spell of sickness. A letter received from Mr. E. R. price paid by the railway forts
Titusville Fla.
., .
'I Provost said that he had been sick
financing was not learned. In
Mr. G. F. Paddison, of the E. C.L. Agents for the
; &S.Co., is a frequent visitor in town, ever since he left here.We are sorry view of the indorsement of Mr.Flag-
and hope to hear he is better. Original T & M ReversibleMAR
as the lumber yard in this place is do- ler, the borrowing was regarded asa
::\. ing a rushing business. Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson returnedlast private matter and very little information -

: Mrs. J. M. Packard, who has been week after an absence of several I could be obtained. The >,' GASOLINE ENGINES /
weeks. have been visiting Thoroughly covered by patents
/ weeks improving They Florida East Coast railway, accord-
ill for several isgradually -
s friends and relatives in Palatka and The Engine that Runs Without Repairs
the manuals is owned Mr.
\lt l in health. ing to by - -
.ie t Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Sharpe, of report a pleasant time.TROPIC. Flagler and the stock issued is nomi- These motors are safe aud reliable- and :

; Sharpes, were in town on WednesI -, nal.In can be operated by alcohol or kerosene
day. Capt. Sharpe and Mr. Beale received -. the last two years extensive improvements with as good results as by using gasoline II
Mrs. M. E. Ensey has been ill, but and new constructionwork
two fine hunting dogs by express -
c I this week. pleased to note improvement.Mrs. were projected and it is be-

Mrs. F. Scobie, Mrs. S. Holmes C. L Stewart and daughters, lieved that Mr. Flagler, like his as- NEW CASH GROCERY STOREA i

w Misses Gertrude, Annie and Nellie, sociate, H. H. Rogers, of the Stand-
and son, G. W.Holmes,Jr., were visitors -
were calling on friends Thursday.Mrs. ard Oil company, in the Tidewater
Schofield, mother and children Railroad project, decided to adopt HAY, GRAIN, FHESII FRlllAD; VEGETABLES
Mr. R.Savage will build dwelling to raise additional
Miss Nellie and Master Percy, measures We buy as low as possible and sell for cash: therefoie Fell! the cheal.e-L
+s L in the southwest part of town as soon were guests of Mrs. C. L. Stewart, Precisely what bonds are put up to Look over our !'tock0.1! get our prices before buying
as the carpenters can get around to it. of Banyan, Sunday. secure the notes there is no informa- Cofllt.rlall1: and Hopkins Streets '

: Trout fishing is the sport of the tion of. In 1902 a mortgage was executed G. EC.TITUSVILLE. :EIEATJ3: c3 CO., ,
Exceedingly warm weather, but
,,< day.Mr. mosquitoes not so plentiful.Mr. to the Colonial Trust companyto FLORIDA.
Oliff, of Sharpes, is hauling secure$8,741,000 second mortgage .
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lumber from Cocoa to finish his dwelling H. A. Blocker and family are 5 per cent bonds,and it was said that
with. occupying the Dwyer cottage. about $6,000,000 of these had been D.)[.SPELL E.C. HARDIN. Pharmacist lr J. t. SPELLBANNER

Little Willie Morris, who has been issued.
The funded debt of the F.
Miss Ellen Mathes, of Eau Gallie,
: quite ill, is much improved. E. C.
Railway company supposedto
: was the guest of Mrs. Asa ChanceyTuesday.
4: Mr. J. L. Casper and family were be slightly in excess of $7,31)0,000) DRUG STORE

visiting relatives in Banyan Sunday.
I Mr. Thos. Hodges had quite a serious Misappropriated FundsJ.
Miss Minnie Mathers, of Eau Gal-
accident A
o on Wednesday. piece relatives and friends M. M. Brock, who has been sales, Titusville, Florida 1
lie, was visiting
s : of roofing fell and struck him on
agent for the Singer Sewing MachineCo.
the side of the head. here last week. :
up and down Indian river for
Mr. C. F. Morris has marketed his
GEO-iGIANA melon at Banyan. severalears, was placed under arrest FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES f
1't crop at Cocoa last Saturday under the
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i I Mr. and Mrs. Naylor, of Bonaven- PERFUMERY, SATAIONERYEtc.Soda .
Rollins Winter Park Fla. charge of appropriating moneys to
College, ,
: ?; + turer were in town last Friday, the his own UM that he had collected and
: guests of Mrs. Jane Taylor. If you anticipate attending college Water and Ice CreamOur : I
this fall do not fail to investigate belonged to the Singer Sewing
3 Bathing in Banana river was a
Rollins. Delightful location, thor- Machine Co. t
i' pastime enjoyed by some of our ough equipment, fine gymnasium, Mr. Sumner. the agent of the prescription department is in charge of an experienced t

i ;young people while the moonlight refined surroundings, good boarding Singer company, has been here several man, and our drugs and chemicals are all new '
facilities and all field and water and fresh and conform in and
f, nights were with us. I weeks trying to get an accountingof purity strength to the new
sports. For full particulars room I edition of the U. S. Pharmacopea
*. Mr. and Mrs. Copeland and two reservations address W. R. O'Neal the affairs of the company. '

\ children and Miss Mary Wittfeldwere Orlando, Fla.Third After allowing :Mr. Brock all the

calling on A. B. Carter and fam- ------ commissions and discounts that ,
AM14ti4Rtit4M11t.C4i\ /\ I\ ( 4144tM1n4! 1\ 4Q444ti44M1g4\ 1\ 4RAAAq,4 tr,
ily Sunday. Quarterly MeetingThe would be due him,shortage of some- \'I.'lrIICllrIIIIIIIZlrlrrlflIIlllrlllrllllllr') i /1 .

Miss Nellie Owen was on the sick third quarterly meeting of the thing over six hundred dollar has i ;: "

list last week. Miss Peachey.')also Melbourne Eau Gallie. Georgianaand been found.
confined to her room for a week. City Point Methodist churche:; I The action has been brought by the I The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.

;; Summer colds are getting to be the will be held at Eau Gallie Sunday, Singer company, but we understand

fashion. I Aug. 4th. Rev. L. S. Rader, D. D., the company is protected by a bond

p Lee Baldwin writes from Phoenix, the presiding elder, will preach at issued:; by a surety company. MACHINE SHOPS
1:;.' 10:30 a. m., and at 7:30: p. m. The The defendant waived preliminarytrial 1
that the thermometer
Arizona, registers ;;
. 112 and 120 and there is Lord's supper will follow the evening and in default of being able tosecure
i.;: little breeze stirring. People put sermon. Rev. J. B. Hawk the pa- bond was placed in jail. The Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS' ;E

1 their beds out in the yards under the tor, will preach at City Point at 10.3 case will come up at the fall term <>f :
a. m. Sunday, the 4th, and will beat circuit court, which will be held the
trees during hot weather. They can
sleep out of doors safely as there is Eau Gallie in the evening. latter part of October. HARDWARE, PAINTS & OILS,

i no rain there. We think we prefer 'oran Impaired Appetite Hunting for Trouble I

. 4 1 Florida, even with "skeets" and a T the and Agricultural Implements
*> improve appetite strengthen "I've lived in California :ii)years and ani
whole week of west winds. the digestion try a few dunes of Chamberlain's till huutiiis for trouble in the way of buru-s
Stomach and Liver Tablets.) Mr.J. H. Scit. sores, wwand.bulls cat sprainw Miss Ollie Page came up to Sunday of Dl'troit.1Iich..says: They restortd my appetite piles that Iueklen'rnica Salve WIIII't 2 when impaired relieved me of a bloated ) ly cure" writes ebd.rl'altu">, ",f .lll.- ,
ti- school on horseback last Sundy. She feeling and caused a pleasant and satiafact shanv.Merra: Co. Nouehunting. Mr.Wal- -r
is getting to be quite a farmer, was ory movement of the bowels Price 25 cent... ters: it cures every caoc. Guaranteed at Titusville .
bauipks free at Titusville Pharmacy and Pharmacy and Banner Drug; :Jstore2oc. : ...,..W........
out in the yard with a horse andY Banner Drug Store aud all dealers I ,. >> .WIW.Wy.YMy.WJ..w...


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