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 16, 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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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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i I ;. -, ;VOL. XXVIII TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1907 NO. 17 'j ,

t.,:, Not fo* Oqsel'es Alone, fiqt f* tile00<1 of Others iLLso. Jt1:

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: Big Comfort at Small ExpenseWhat's t THE DEPARTMENT STORE J Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP ::1 1

x the use of going sweltering I Preparatory to our annual

the summer'season in heavy tory we offer all summer dress goods I Bargains In Every Department AND PERSONALS j

when for $8.00 to $ AT COSTAll MONDAY,AUGUST 19,1907.To .
be comfortably and stylishly) men's boys' and children's -1
;: I in one of our Schloss tropical clotning.All I make room for our new and Something About the People of TitDS- I
fresh stock of fall
goods which
I Come in and see the handsome All millinery men's straw goods.hats. I commencing to arrive from New Yille as They Come and Go

we are showing in these feath- All ladies', children's and infants' York, personally selected by Mr. A cool drink at a cool place at i ',
I two-piece suits. All styles, low cut shoes. I Kline, himself] ,we are making special MANDY'S.The .
fabrics, all sizes, all prices-and Big reductions in other lines offers on the following goods for
guaranteed.Also through the remainder of July. alII Monday[ next. celebrate< Plant Juice Reme- I
have complete line of blue White linon lawn, sheer quality, dies are for sale by C. Collins. }
and mohair single coats. The JOHN R. WALKER & CO. manufacturer's price 20 cents per
article for summer. $4.00, ---- --- -- - ------- yard, Monday's special 15 cents. I We are headquarters forcold drinks II j

4 $6.00 and $7.50. THE PLAN OF RELIEFHow I Also another lot worth 25 cents for I and ice cream. Banner Drug Store. ._:
Send us order for the best i 19 cents. Rev. Wm. -
your Stones will]] preach on ;,
at most reasonable prices. Lawns in endless variety of stripes,
x : s to Realize on the Assets of plaids and figures, manufacturer'sprice Sunday at LaGrange at 11 a. m., and j

WINSTON S. BRANNING the Defunct Fort Dallas Bank 20 cents, Monday's price 12 1-2 at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. f #

j Clothing House cents per )ard.Bates' Mrs. D. B. Clark left Tuesday af- } .
Jos. A. McDonald, who has inter-
in solid colors 1
Titusville, Florida. chambrays ,
ested himself in the effort to save the worth 15 cents, for 12 1-2 cents per! ternoon for North Carolina, where :' I

depositors of the ill fated Ft. Dallas' 'ard. she will spend a month or so. '

r CASE OF NECESSITY National bank, has given the Miami Royal Worcester corset, this is one The schooner Emily B., owned by #
of the best makes of corsets on the
of the Capt. Hendrickson, left Sunday for
Record succinct statement
Given for Cutting Down market, in most any shape or style
Expenses on F. E. C. R'yIn plans by which it is hoped that within you wish, the models are perfect, down river points loaded with oil and ,

C a short time, relatively, the depos- worth $1.50, Monday's special 99 gasoline.Mrs. ,

j.. an interview with a representa- itors of the Ft. DallasNational bank cents each. F. C. Battle will remain in '
of the St. Record Chiffon veiling, worth 35 cents,
be paid in full. Atlanta and Indian
may Springs until the
J. R. Parrott,vice-president and Monday only 25 cents per yard, ''
The Record is now possession of Ladies' ready made skirts at a big last of this month and may not return
manager of the F. E. C. Ry., facts sufficient to assure all depositorsthat reduction. home until the first of October.Dr. .

the following reasons for a sus- they need have no fear of the Swiss embroidery, handsome patterns E. R. Blakewood returned

of the Key West extension outcome of the bank's affairs, and 8 inches wide, likely could note from
Jacksonville Sunday afternoonand J
and the general reduction > bought for less than 20 cents
t will comment on them later. wholesale, Monday only 12 1-2 cents left Wednesday morning for Os- "-,
retrenchment of in all
i- expenses Mr. McDonald said: "From vari- per 'ard. teen, where he will spend a few days'vacation. i
of the F. E. C.Ry. com- ous newspaper reports printed from Figured cross-barred dimities, .

k i : time to time, no doubt with the best manufacturer's price 15 cents, Monday's :
r "For number of have 12 1-2 cents yard C. B. Kingman has been regularly
a years we of intentions the public led to special per
been carrying on developments and Special prices on ribbons,all colorsLadies' assigned as postal clerk on the Titus-
believe that the Bank of Bay Bis-
oxfords in black, white
ville-Sanford run, vice L. J. Berlack,
improvements along the east coast, cayne was going to take over the as- and golden brown, at prices that
putting in facilities and giving a first sets of the Fort Dallas National bank, cannot be matched. who has been changed to the positionof

class train service, all of. which was assume the liabilities and pay the depositors Mail orders promptly filled on any transfer clerk at Lakeland.The .

done for the purpose of strengthening of the bank in full. of the above goods. county commissioners of Or-
JULIUS KLINE Titusville.
and building up the country. "I wish to correct that impressionto 'Phone No. 8. ange county have ordered 10,000 ad- "
however find that the increased vertising folders setting forth the ad-
4 Today, we some extent, at least. That the
cost of labor and all materials vantages of the printed and
\ management of the Bank of Bay Biscayne New Racing Motor Boat county ,
: which in the will circulate them in the west.
are necessary operationof
had and has under
has yet, I Geo. Gingras, the noted boat builder -
the railway has enormously increased Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Buie of Jacksonville
serious consideration a scheme to relieve of Rockledge, has about completed -
expenses while on the other former residents of this
the situation by acting as the
a racing motor boat for the races
hand there is no increase in the tar agent of the depositors, to realize as I at Palm Beach next winter. The new place, arrived last Saturday after-

iffs, a combination of circumstancesthat much as possible out of the assets of'' noon on a short visit to relatives here.
craft is a trifle over 29 feet long, 44
has made it difficult to keep up Their James joined them Sun- +
the Fort Dallas National bank is unquestionably inches beam. She will be fitted witha son

these improvements,even in the past. true, but the obligation 4-cylinder specially built Jager mo- day, and they returned on Monday'strain
During the last four years, we have to Jacksonville. Mrs. Buie will
: of such agency would be pledged on-
tor of 28 h. p. This is pronouncedthe '
spent for new equipment, etc., and leave far Canada where she "
and ] effort soon
ly to an untiring loyal finest modeled speed boat Mr 'II ;
extension of our lines, not includingthe will spend several weeks.
without to realize the
pay, on assetsof Gingras has yet brought out, and
j'A Key West extension, approxi- the defunct bank every cent that she will be a great surprise to many Mr. A. J. Sembler, of Sebastian,

mately $3,000,000'all of which was could possibly be recovered and turn of the northern racing men. Mr was in town Tuesday and Wednesday

looking to the future. We are con- the same-over to the depositors as Gingrass is also building a :G6-foo giving the glad hand to his numerous .

fronted now with a serious general fast as the amounts collected would cruiser for Mr. G. W. Corbett, of friends. He was on his way to De-

outlook in the way of increased reach to, say, ten per cent of the de St. Augustine, which will be drivenat Land, where Mrs. Sembler has been
charges so that we can only specu- posits.
since the middle of May. He will -
moderate speed by a 20 h. Globe :
late as to what extent this condition "This trust or agency would bead- p.
ministered as already stated without motor. also visit at several places in Orangeand

will develop. This increased cost charging the depositors any commis- Lake counties, where he formerly .

will be entailed by the necessity of sion or compensation by the Bank of HowellBreitwischMr. resided, expecting to return here ,
t... ,
remodeling stations so as to provide Bay Biscayne. B. B. Howell, of Dania, and I about the middle of next week. He
The plan of relief which has within
separate accommodations for white the last few days been decided Mrs. Julia Breitwitch, nee Miss Feas-!gave THE STAR office a pleasant call
and colored the off of trans-
has: the same end in view, but is to be ter, were quietly married yesterday I while here. ,
portation which we have used to secure _- -- --- f
administered through the agency of j morning, at the home of the bride,
contracts for service, loss and a trust company and, although, entirely -I County Judge B. R. Wilson performing The Alpine Hotel

damage acts,charges for the depreci- independent of the Bank of Bay the ceremony. Only a few near relatives Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-
ation of and Biscayne, will work in harmony with On the furnished i
machinery property, all I were present. For the present ager. European plan- I
that institution.A .
required by the new state and inter- rooms and quick meals. Centrally -
state charter already in existence Mrs. Howell will remain in Titusville I located. .
state law and the expenses of litiga- for a trust company: above i i until the groom prepares their home __ _ __ ..--f"C'

; tion made necessary to protect our stated.It at Dania, which will take perhaps a I Fence Wire ; t
must be remembered, however,
revenues. that no plan, however feasible can be j i month or six weeks. Many friends I We have in transit a carload of El-
"So you see that for the presentwe put in operation without the extend hearty congratulations. i wood wire fencing, diamond mesh, i
must let our plans for development ation of all of the cO-Jper-I' for field stock and poultry use.

rest and ask ourselves when that co-oi>eration carries with it the I "A Cash Proposition" I} Write us for prices.
absolute release of their claims ,
called upon to spend a dollar whether I See our ad on page 5. i j u_ ,___ iKline's
will dollar back. I against the Ft. Dallas! National bank, I EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. ,
we get a can "
I releases to be placed in the hands of I i Specials in Clothing and ._
assure you. said :Mr. Parrott, "that a trustee whh will in turn place them |I "Down the Line"If I Gents' Furnishing Department t\

the situation is not pleasing to me with the trust company referred to'!'\ want clothing will J tIf
you any
for I would much prefer had it been: I as soon as the trust company is ready i i they will allow you to drink at : never have a better opportunity than
] all. why don't send an order to
i possible, to continue to operate on j I to begin business. : you next week. Wu will cut the prices
I "The plan which I have briefly out- : your old J. D. Crabb Co.,
| almost in half and I want to tell
lines but I other you
large to
see no
Box 702( Jacksonville Ha?
lined has the unqualified apprpval of j
,j I ; the assortment is mighty J( ood. We i
the I adminis- '
protect property am ---- -- -
some of the best and business'smen \ can fit you and Miitou..
: tering except to practice these econ- of the state of Florida as being Dentistry JULIUS KL Titusville.. .
omies." the most feasible that they could recommend !I I 'Phone Xo. 8.Launch.
!: Dr. Houghton's floating dental of- j
: I I and I pledge to the deposi-
To the question as to how long fice, "Dentos" is now located at the -- ---- ---
in behalf of the of i
'!' present conditions may be expected '' tors management city dock here, where Dr. J. Edward :, Frances
I the trust and, also t
to continue, :Mr. Parrott's answer j'I' in proposed behalf of the company of Urich will skillfully perform up-to- !1! To hire or charter, for large or
I i j I "I only this, that whenever management : date and reliable dentistry in all its
was: can
j say I the Bank of Bay Biscayne, the effort small parties, 28 feet, 8 feet beam, ,
'I in my judgment, business is!I j i of lives to out of the : branches by the latest improved pain- cabin and toilet. T. HALL, ;
our assets
1 i such as to warrant further expend i'I -:I I squeeze less methods.As Indianola, Fla.
should they be placed in
tures, we will meet the conditions." our the Dentos will remain a limited
I dollar that is in them
'I I care, every consistent '
time, those desiring professional
with a reasonable time to do Gun Repair Works and Sail Loft : .
Special Notice to the Ladies F I vices please: take notice. '
so. ; ; All work guaranteed. Guns stock-
| Have just received a large ship-:I There are several reasons why the Orange Boxes ed and shot guns rebored. ,* f
i ment of Queen Quality low cut shoesin !: proposed plan would be the most beneficial I II. BENECKE, Titusville, fla. ; I
< I to the depositors; the economyof ;! We are prepared to furnish strictly !
Tan, Gun Metal, Patent Leather the plan alone should appeal to I first class orange boxes at very Draying fDraying :

and Vici. I them as the expense of a receiver low prices. Write us before placing or haulm of all kindspromptly y
Have all sizes in the very latest would be saved, which, if continuedfor j your order. We have an elegant line attended to. Jlerts! all trains Move *
styles. three or four years, as appears of wraps, also] cement coated nails. Hood for tale at all times. I
Mail orders a specialty. I likely, the amount of cash itself: "f EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. I H. F.. HOLTOX, t:
WINSTON S. BRANNING. would probably be $30,000 $40,000.. j t Eau Gallie, Fla. i Titusulie, Fla.) i

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I .r'.fr: :A,1.. the many appropriations which become

f available at the beginning of the new I r POLITICAL I

fiscal year. The deficit this year was .

510,901.553 as compared with $13,511-

147 for the same month last year. The Johnston In Pettus' Place.

customs receipts showed an increaseof The death of United States Senator

over $2,000,000, while the income I'ettus of Alabama is likely to bring to

from internal revenue was about $700- the front JosephF.

I 000 above that for July, 1900. Johnston 0

t Battleship Tests Big Dry Dock. former governor
r ti
-j of the state, who
The new concrete dry dock at the

I League Island navy yard. Philadelphia !!_ agreement by previous becomes -

received its first government test July Si
the successor
I 31. when the 11,000 ton battleship of Pettus.
Kearsarge was successfully docked.
Mr Johnston isIoh
I This dock is 754;: feet long and 140 feet
: accounted r ,
wide being the largest in the United
:JI. being widely
11 gen President Nehdoff officiated. The j crimes were committed by moral perverts States and one of the largest in the ti known as a

' f SOCIOLOGICAL I entire American delegation attendedthe of "Jack the Ripper" class. Thus world. Its cost was $1,300,000. { l l 'fj banker and busi i l.

ceremonies, and the American and far all attempts to apprehend the Our Big Stock of Gold. r: ness man as well

Public Dutch flags decorated the stand. On miscreants have proved unavailing. Retiring Director of the Mint GeorgeE. ''ll Vii:' as a politician

' Report on Ownership. the same day Queen Wilhelmina con- Result of French Elections. Roberts who has for a number of e d / '', and ez-soldier.j -
The final conclusions of the commit
ferred upon Andrew Carnegie the orderof Reports of the recent French elec- years been conducting an Inquiry for : y. His political affiliations -
tee appointed by the National Civic the Orange Nassau, which was tions for membership in the general the purpose of verifying the treasury ; hare

federation to Investigate the whole. founded in 1892 to be conferred for councils indicate a decided loss on the estimates of the stock of gold in the Joseph F. Johnston been to some extent -

: rabject of public ownership and.operation favors to the royal family or to the part of the Progressives and Reactionaries United States as his conclusion Populistic but he has maintainedhis
E in this country and In Europe, of
that the amount of gold coin and
country. with a .corresponding gain for former connection with the Democratic
w which Melville E. Ingalls is chairman.
bullion in the United treasury
Russian-Japanese Assured. the now born in North
' Amity Republicans and Socialists. One party. He was
have now been and the banks and in circulation
made The reports from St. Petersburg indi- hundred and thirty-seven second bal- Carolina and is now sixty-four years

_t report public being the cate that the signing of the treaties of lots will be necessary before the complete amounts to_.$1.404.S45.2SOGovernment"Charters old. lie was a captain in the Confederate -

all commerce navigation and fishery between returns are known. Alien Ship. army. Senator Pettus was
f signed by
..# s. but one of the Russia and Japan, which occurred Upton Sinclair' Book Barred. Owing to Its inability to secure sufficient buried with great honors at Selma, the

members.Val recently, will be followed shortly Dispatches from Berlin state that the ships of American registry to legislature attending in a body, together

ton Clark of by the publication of a political entente authorities there have forbidden the handle the heavy freight and passen- with the governor and his btaff -

: y Philadelphiapresents wiping out the last traces of hostility sale of Upton Sinclair new book. ger traffic to the isthmus of Panama. Radical Georgia Legislation.After .

I a separate arising from thelate, war. This "The Industrial Republic" on the the United States government has been a heated debate the lower
new agreement will be along the same obliged to lease the British steamer
report. The ground that It contains passages criticising house of the Georgia legislature Juh

committee findsit general lines as the recent agreement the emperor of Germany. Dunottar Castle for service In connection 30, by a vote of 139 to 39, passed the
between France and Russia the two with the Panama Railway and
difficult to South Polar Expedition.A bill prohibiting the manufacture andsale
countries mutually guaranteeing eachother's Steamship company, although the navigation -
give of alcoholic beverages after Jan
-r positive British
headedby R II
rights and territories. laws forbid the use of foreign
answers of universal Shackleton who member 1, 1903. Governor Smith has an
was a of the
bottoms coastwise trade In the case
application Major Lemair on the Kongo. Discovery expedition, sailed from Lon- nounced his intention of signing the
, of individuals The
I to the ques Angered by the attempt to make him don last week on the steam barkentine or corporations. measure

tions arising as the scapegoat for Kongo abuses Major Endurance for King: Edward VII heavy freight traffic Incident to the The Georgia senate, by a vole of 37
of food for the
',' to the success Lemair who commanded the native Land. where winter quarters for transportation supplies to C, July 31, adopted a negro disfranchisement -
canal Is said to have
employees -
-; or failure of troops in that country for eighteen twelve persons, with provisions for two bill under which a man
this action the of the
p!. municipal own. years and who sipce his return to Belgium -- years, will be established. The inten on part must own or pay taxes on $:iOO worthof

; ership of pub- has been notified that he wouldbe tion is to make a dash for the south government property and be able to read and

: -r M. E. Ingalla. lie utilities ow prosecuted for cruelty now retaliates pole during the summer of 1008. The write In order to vote. This will of

f : lag to the fact that local conditions in by publishing an exposure of conditions equipment includes a motor car provided I COMMERCIAL I course disfranchise practically the negro -

many cases make comparisons Impos- in the lie says with different sets of runners for electorate of the state.MISCELLANEOUS.

sible. For instance the presence of that the alleged scientific expedition traveling over surfaces of varying
natural gas at Wheeling makes it difficult of 1JOJ on the northern frontier was softness. Business Failures In July.

n to compare the municipal plant one of conquest in disguise and that According to Dun's review, the record I I

t of that city with the private plants King Leopold ordered him to defeat the of commercial failures for the
i I INDUSTRIAL I month of July, 1907, shows a total of
; of such cities as Atlanta and Norfolk. lo-Egyptian forces from the Sou- Erie Canal's Bad Break.
dan. In pursuit of this it was 777, with liabilities of $12334,710.
Similarly geographical conditions must purpose
On 30 the
July arches of masonry
' be taken into consideration in comparing necessary to use flogging and other Ore Handlers End Strike. While this is a distinct improvementas supporting the bed of the Erie canal.

r the public waterworks of Syracusewith rigorous forms of discipline in order to lu reply to the proposition of the compared with the preceding where It pisses over Onondaga creekin
month it is much larger in both number -
make the expedition successful but he
private waterworks of In
striking ore handlers of the iron mines the city of Syracuse gave way
of failures and the amount in-
r dianapolis. In the former city the Insists that in every case where flogging of Minnesota that they would return wrecking a large flouring mill and
water flows was resorted to the fact was reported wised than the record for the corresponding -
by gravity while in the to.
upon the appointment of a causing the destruction of several
L latter It tie to his and that he month in 1906 when the failures -
must pumped. superiors
committee of arbitration to settle the camlboats which were drawn Into
; Nevertheless the committee desires to never received a word of (censure, but, differences Ix'tween themselves and were 738. with liabilities of. $6.- the \ortex The water was drawn off

warn the public against the danger of on the contrary was praised and even their m .OH. The defaults In manufacturing
employers the representatives of the live mile level in which the break s
turning over utilities to the present governments decorated by King Leopold. I the United States Steel corporation at establishments were :11 in number occurred, thus putting an entire stop k
and $M-l'J.;::l o in amount against
of some of our cities which Bigger Than the Dreadnought.The : Duluth announced through Mayor Cul to canal tramc It will be several days
144 and $:.G1.G-10 last
Are not up to the type of governmentIn British navy department has recently I lum their willingness to meet nnof year I before the break can he repaired.
' British cities. In England and launched the ItoIIerophoii. the the employees to discuss any points in Steel Earnings Break Record. Eight Perish In Steamboat Fire. -
Scotland it finds business men taking The earnings of the United States
second battleship of the Dreadnoughtclass dispute provided the men returned to The burning of the :
. a pride in serving' as councilors or although exceeding the latter work but would not treat with the Steel corporation in the second quarter boat Frontenac passenger steam
on Cayuga lake New
r aldermen and the governments of vessel by 700 tons. The new ship als:> men as a union. It was made plain of the current year were larger York t
July 27: caused the death of
Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham and embodies a number of improvements that if the men should not return to than in any preceding quarter in the

other cities include many of the be--t :gained as a result of the Dreadnoughttrials work at the old scale and on the open history of the concern the net returns eight several arsons others and the severe injury of

M 'f citizens affording conditions favorable shop plan pending a settlement by ar- for the three months amounting to

to municipal operation The committee Strike at Belfast Serious. bit ration the company would resume'i.) The earnings for the corresponding Fatal Train Wreck.In .

tee admits the truth of the charge operations on the docks The ore handlers quarter of HltM"ere $40- the wreck of an excursion train
Not less than ..woO troops hue been 123. ::?. at Isle Station about ten miles
that the unwillingness of American decided on July 31 to return to : freni 1

::1 cities to secure a better class of men summoned to the vicinity of Belfast. work at once upon the basis proposed Railroad to Raise Large Fund.It Butler Pa. on the Allegheny and <
Ireland in order to control the situation

in their government is due to the political bv the trust is reported that the managementof Western road July 27. three persoes
I arming from the strike of the dot k
t aeth.itof were killed and over a score more or
public service cor Will Not Import Musicians. the Chicago; Great Western railway
!laborers for Increased" and shorter
j porations. However It is unable pay bas under consideration the adoption of less seriously injured A broken rail
,r hours The calling of troops was dUpartly \ Conductor Paur of the Pittsburg orchestra -
s "to recommend municipal ownership as an extensile financial plan which will was the cause of the disaster
i has abandoned his of importing
to the fact that the police had plan -
a political panacea" In general the provide for the needs of the road for $1,404,000 Fire at Coney Island. t
struck: to enforce their demand for musicians and has thus averted I
committee believes that utilities the next ten and that PresidentMickiiey A fire
public years which broke out in the amuse t
a more par because of the extra work. a strike of the members of this famous
; whether In public or pri\ate The strikers were attacking nonunion musical organization which was and Vice President Opieu- ment section of Coney Island July 25*
hands are best conducted under a laborers at every opportunity One threatened by the National Musicians helm are now in Ixnulon arranging the I destroyed over :2i>) buildings, with au
system of regulated monopoly that details of the proposed hnancial estimated of S14O11M
i ; feature of the trouble is the closing of union. Mr, Paur who is now in I'u ) *

y utilities in which the sanitary motivelargely a nnnilier of spinning mills through rope, will return at onceanil fill the scheme It is believed by the management Nineteen Die In Tenement Fire.

1 I :' enters should be operated by inability to obtain coal. i icancies from n.emK'r- of the .\niencan of the road that a enuaiieut planof .V tire believed to I*, of incendiary
;. the public; that the success of municipal union this character will l e much "more nature
caused the loss of
: .
Iceland Not
to Be Free.
operation depends on the high 15,000 Men to Quit Work. advantageous; than the hand to mouth In the tenement district of New
capacity of a city for self government: At a banquet given to King Frederickof policy: heretofore pursued
York < ity on July 28.
The executive l tJOtrlt'flf district NoT .
Denmark during: to
that franchise to private (corporations s visit Reykjivik. -
1f'l'Iuul. the king announced his i. I'liite-l Mine Workers of Amermat .
should b > terminable after a died period .
policy regarding the future relations Pittsburj hue void for a ;:l'Il-
and subject to pnn'hase nt fair
Mf. value: that cities should ban the between the island and the Danish eral strike in ill the mines of the
Pittsbmv C'nal T.iM''im'. Tbs will >> MarineEngines
power to enter the field of ownership crown. tying: "I have inlxntcil the
involve over t".'**) men. al out !.;iMt of
upon popular vote that prh'ate'Om.. kingdom; as a unit. and a- 1wh it !'halJI da'
pames should be subject to pnbh ;I1I\ill f"oin generation to ;: I: whom line already quit work The 'I.
but I h:1lbo inherited mine workers char.' that the coal \-e
regulation. and full publicityFOREIGN. t'lItratiOIl.I
father the tradition tint the company has violated the scale agreeuncut -

"&-'t ,,r s are to be a free people ( by failure to comply with the

I[ I with the king in fr'inmg the eight i hour clause, that the! did work -"

!laws tinder| which they are fa li\e Ii."Ve scale is not paid and tint th' 'heck ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT C!

for union dues is nut u-ru: oldened 11--= l L -
+ Topics at The Hagje. therefore strMislieil a ,'cimtnis'i'ln. ED FOR SATISFACTORY fJJ! <}
l-Uuj: The British V
at Hazuelaid
delegatiou ; ish: nMl'c anil t'i' Icelandic :lithium pane states that n. SJM'('me xiolition, ISE; IN FLORIDA WATERS Sin
; before the pe-ice conference a cc p\" I ?
'o .muse for legislation to ilohiit' the of the scale urreement lu- ever l eeppresented : .
s of the tn'atIf \\.aslunston of 1'71. iii
ti whkh Kuj.ind; and America debited l ""tuMitt'ti mill p- sit!,'i> of Iitlind in Regal Marine t'

i the position tlf belligerents; and ucutnls the real'ii and t<' tied a form under Greek-American Steamship Line. Engines1V- }

: I4.' upon the declaration of war. The ,\hicli tie f-etilim tiC In'land 1 may IK' The <*stahli..hment of the tint xteims'jip stand for tin' ; I : >__._ '

i t announcement Was m:i-le that I.nzl tadonsidensl 111' :,id l'rllh'dl il. while at line ..{ier itm,; lvtween <;rM'e and in<-<-baiiii- 1 >.kill an
,' the favorable -. time th" malt! ,; of tie realm is the I'nited Mates was signalized i Ity Tiny arc four I'ydp. jump .r'l
present a o;>- spark icnitionautoanul.ilrtyp'r; r".J' _j.
lMirtunitfor other IMIUCTS to give jiihcrence pno.l'rn-.l and iusnrrt"Korean the event nrritl in Neork harl"rof ml..ltanic-al] \alvts. fiiMt ItcdarliiiMtrr 1i

i to that trcitvPresident Army Abolished. the Greek ship Morut'f of the Ht'l < inil<>s e'il raiik: I':IM.Uaiu >. >': 11 '

Nebdoff atinouiM"-.l tint CIa .\11::. 1 the K..r.':in *'> yi<.il- Ionic Transatlantic line_ she is sail to "rc.nzt..l-. f<.r?.-.l rank: slnlt and -_ .,'1"1 "" :
bearings. lave the .
the AuicTican proposition re; tin in: tit t':-. f'lrUt..t ile.iiand of the .1:r.- IK the tiNt piN".eiurer steamship to f"\\It numl*ref aurkiughart.oiISiatent l

trolleeting; of cvutnictu! I't'ClIniarydt'bts ai>es O :::U\'l.rnJlll'nt. stvil a n".rpt: visit New York and mcidmtallv is ,' with a 1* rt...t oler- _

was unanimously adopted in :ibihthiti.: th.' I\i>rc-ut militirr vysttiain the larze merchantman under Grecian sting motor and mailother

._ principle and that the text was to l e This WI" foll"WI'(1 by some 11bturh. eolors. Shc has cabin accomnioilations I-xduinftatuns found unly.m the Regal

edited the committee of l'xamina- > whiih for H" pasMiisus nUll steerijre THEY ARE
by : s were >ul'jlrl"(1 by lap) quir BUILT TO RUN AND DO
tion siuiph to satisfy the desires expressed :!n "se t n.'I Ii'; ''. tens for Hxm. Her capacity is ftOUI Made IT
thro tv-'-. 1J. 3 and '
II. I .
during the leb"te The props> Mexican Holds Two Offices. I tons and her sjM-eil about 1 fourteen 1'- .1"111.1. eyliulcrt H. I'. four .ylin..r. single| l'ylin"I'rl.: to I; II

sitiou included the proision >ennittni knots TN intention i> to add two
i ;
Inrique! <'rl"v'. Alex'eiu ambassadorto i tl'e alM, itMiiiita tiin line
a f
more \-,'svN to the line !'I as to lna\y_ -.Iu" ,i. ,
a fleet to attack an undefended town the nited Mites, was recent ly reele > gate fro'm n 11. 1'- -hiigh' f'III..It-f t.15 11. I'. tent --liaultr.ape w a ten day' hailing service in the near
authorities refused
when the local
only ted of the of Tin TLi luii. ,
govenior tate ma v ;, to destroy tin military establishmentwithin hurlnut Mt-aloe. rt't.'l'i\'iu 3tt.te6 ,."ft.... future out tie .-..uJltr) are a uaiauti-.- uf the >'itisUti IIII\\ III oIK'ratiO n' 111I1.t.' -!._

.k lotI a reasonable time. It was decided out of a tllt\1 of -4.111I). it i-.; said th:it

t that a large rectangular paned of he will c-oiit ut.e to Mr\e lath as go\- I EXECUTIVETreasury I Get a Regal in the Beginning DonVEnSmenlrHan.I

} i wood or linen. divided into two triangles error and m111'3sSadlr.Berlinos -erne esilanatorv

,, the upper black and the lower == latalogUIIlIail,1 free on nuct,
Crime Wave. I
white, should constitute the signal to Makes Good Showing! Regal Gasoline
The authorities of Berlin Engine Co.
be placed over buildings entitled to be are much The report of the operations of the

spared during a bombardment perplexed over the operations; of an I'nitc-d :Mates treasury department for Cold Water, Michigan '

The foundation stone of the Andrewi'arneqie individual or gang of assailants who the month of July, the first of the fiscal

palace of peace was laid at during the last year ban caused the year shows a gratifyinz reduction of

I T1 e Hairue in fie! vootled park wbicb death of over thirty little girls under I the dtfiut which is always anticipitcd
conditions which Indicate that the
I a stretches- from the city to Seheveui for this particular month by reason of

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}'itila,, iiJb.y, AUGUST 16,1907 THE FLORIDA STAR 3\;

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'Ii !;IffilSOFNEWSt interested in the person of Cot Beaty, A Drowning at Palatka. True to Instinct. : ;

and the amount received by each was A special dispatch to the Times-Un- (Pensacola Journal) Can't :

1 : 2700000. The property was bought by ion from Pala.tkatells, of a sad drowning The twelve fine homing pigeons : : :

i : Jl FAIR FLORIDA the Swift & Co. people is said accident In the St. Johns river at which arrived here Tuesday afternoon
that they will at begin preparationsfor
'. .*. ftV.; _L__ once that place Saturday night The victim from. Baltimore, were given their liberty "

;w ?:: .' Hut-Is tote-pone Towards the' De- the erection of a large plant for mining : was J. D. Crouse, a salesman for Thursday about noon, and with Miss It .

the rock that is said to be on this
?. ... the Wrought Iron Range Company of out a moment's hesitation rose in the
YtiopsMflt of the Peninsula land in abundance, and will put in an St. Louis.
air and started on the long flight to

:I-t A state bank with a capital stock p-to-date mill-Bartpw Courier-In- Mr. Crouse, In company with Mr. Baltimore. So many ailments are

dt rDf_ $60,000 Is being organzled In .Peraandlna. i ii formant.G. Reynolds, the district superintendentof .It was Intended to release them early purely nervous affections, 4
W. Stahl killed rattlesnake
I > :': } ; the company had chartered JohnBryant's Wednesday morning, but owing to that you can hardly miss <
Thursday that measured over six feet
launch to some feed
1'.e'- value of exports from the port In length and had nine rattles and a across to East Palatka convey lor their horses the the cloudy Southern weather.Express Agent Company Morris, tu of it if you try Dr. Miles' '

: ;;"of. ensaco1a for the month of July was button. The clearing that is going on Nervine. It restores
I r and bring four men back and had got whom the pigeons had been shipped nerv- -

; ,$034,012. about Salt Lake and between Fourth ten out into the stream when an unloaded waited until the weather was clear. ous energy-arid through ;

I ii1.. 2. The, capital stock of the Lee County street south and Lakeview avenue 1.; ,lighter swinging from the sternof The cage containing the birds was tak- its invigorating influence

!r 42 Bank at Fort Myers has been increased driving the snakes out into the open the schooner Gardner B. Reynolds, I
when the
en to Bajlcn street wharf the .
L4: :, from $25,000 to 50000. where they are being kSled. WithIn a was struck a glancing blow which upon ,
top was removed and the pigeons given
J ; Senator Park Trammell of Lakeland short time a snake will be a curiosityAs threw Mr. Crouse who was standing on their liberty. As the birds the organs are strengthened. .
soon as saw
.' announces that he will be a candidate It is there are fewer snakes in the bow of the small boat arrangingtwo The heart action is
they were at liberty they rose in the air -
J:{ .\: for United States Senator to succeed Florida tnan In northern states-St. sacks of oats, into the water.: The and without a moment's hesitation start- better; digestion improved -

ffl Senator Mallory. Petersburg Independent. engine was immediately stopped and ed northeast to Baltimore. Heretofore the sluggish condition .

L- 1 The exports from ,Jacksonville for Messrs. J. A. McDonald, J. M. Jack the boat brought about, but nothingwas I birds of this breed released in Pensacola overcome, and healthy ac -

the month of July, just ended, amounted son, E. L. Brady, J. H. Gilman and HI seen of the unfortunate man, save have been noticed to circle about over re-established.
: tivity
to $72,000. Lumber shipments did F. Atkinson, acting as a board of appraisers a few seconds before bis hands were the city before getting their bearings, : .

f not quite reach one million teet.F are making an examination seen above the water. As he could not but those released Thursday started al- weight"Dr. in Miles gold to Nervine me.I Is did worth not know Its

1r Through the charity of the Salvation Into Fort Dallas Bank affairs. They swim he evidently drowned Immediately. mot on an air line to Baltimore. what ailed me. I had a good physicianbut
relief. I could
got no not eat. 1 i
fi :'. .Army which has Inaugurated an ice will finish theid investigation soon. No outcry was made by him and The flight of the pigeons is a race sleep work sit or stand. I was nearly ,

service in jacksonvme, an average of They find the condition of affairs to be no answer came from him after repeat- to test the speed and endurance of several crazy.the first One thing day I that picked met up mv a paper eyes: was and

r-- six hundred pounds of ice is distributed such that it Is probable that the depositors edly calling his name. different breeds of homing pigeonsand an .advertisement I concluded to of try Miles'and let Nervine the-

." 'L daily among the poor of the city. may be paid an installment of Searching parties were at once organized those sent here were the finest and doctor po. and I did so. After taking
:' '" perhaps one-third of their deposits to and three boats went out two two bottles I could dress myself. Then 1 .
largest of the various breeds. Agent I began taking Dr. Miles Heart Cure
i Tampa.'Tues-
An election held in
<. was begin with instead of 15 per cent as of which were equipped with a drag Morris immediately telegraphed to Geo. and now I can work and go out. and .
: day to extend the corporate limits oft have told many the benefit I have received -
mentioned by Mr. Brown. The committee line. About two o'clock Sunday morning Depfer, the owner tif the birds, notify- from these remedies and several -
;" the city to include Fort Brooke when of them have been curd by It
.t- will make a report to the directors the body was located and broughtto ing him of the start and requesting that since. I am fifty-nine years old and
1 543 ballots for extension and
were cast of'the Bank of Bay Biscayne as the surface about fifty yards from Pensacola be notified when they reach pretty good yet.
ANNA R. PALMER. Lewlstown Pa.
I.: 113 against The area added to the' soon as their investigation is finished. where the drowning occurred. A juryof I Baltimore. Dr. Miles' Nervine I* sold by your

:: city extends half a mile north-east of -Miami News.Information Inquest later brought in a verdict of druggist who will guarantee that the
I the present limits. Neighbor Got Fooled"I first bottle win benefit. If it fails, he twill -
accidental drowning. A sad featurein refund
was received here Wed your money. =
literally coughing myself to death
The Columbia County Storage and nesday that the Secretary of the U. S. connection with the Jeath of Crouseis was weak Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
and had become too to leave my bed
of Lake City the fact that he was to have marrieda
Manufacturing Company Treasury has designated the First Na- and neighbors predicted that I would never

has had a. prosperous year in the cot- tional Bank of this city a depositoryof Miss Renfrow of Richland, Fla., in leave alive;thanks be to.od. I was inducedto

, ton business. The directors have declared the United States government, and October, after which time he was to try Dr. King's Sew Discovery. It took "

a cash dividend of 25 per cent, that $50,000 of Uncle Sam's money has have been promoted to a position of just four one dollar bottles to completely cure meMossm'az.aok&op Yacht and BOllI.

payable on demand to the 166 farmers ,been placed with this strong Institution greater responsibility and remunera- the cough and restore me to good sound Building Boob ever PutltsketL. :
health." writes Mrs. Eva Uncapher of Grov- f
( who are stockholders in the concern. I : The officials of the First National tion. His untimely end is made all ertown. Stark Co., Ind. This king of cough RUDDERHOWTO :

I Bank are to be congratulatedupon I.the more sad by the fact that he was and cold cures and healer of throat and lungs BOOKS
The hearing of the Lowman broth is guaranteed by Titusville Pharmacy and .
the only of mother al ,
support an aged ,
their luck strict busi-
good and '
ers at Bronson for the murder of Dun Banner Drug Store. 5Oc. and $1.00. Trial Over joco hosts have tn built from the lines \
ness principles, which won the atten- Hopkinsville, Ky., whom he had lov- bottle free. printed in Met booM Successful/: sailed m 1
resulted in the
lap Phinny has grand every clime and upon every sej-Full detail
jury bringing in true bills against the tion of the Federal authorities and war ingly cared for ever since he was 14* c.f.n forts, showing what it Is and
of She and several broth Arrested for Deserting Wife how to nuke itT c"-t extremely simple.
__ two prisoners charging them with ranted them In designating the in- years age.
stitution a government depository. The ers and a sister were notified of the Alvin De Lano, about twenty years HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
; ,murder in the first degree. A change K foot wow ntHrat l >rk.wr lo taild.fnnm*H ta oiwrrp
recognition is merited and not misplaced. drowning and his prospective bride old> who recently came with his fatherto ciiiNlraruigl-oaltorkUjlak-aTBtaebaiiiMMi*.
()f venue from Levy county was asked
.-Miami Metropolis.Hon. was wired the sorrowful intelligence. Gainesville and engaged in the HOW TO BUILD SKIPJACK
by counsel for the defense.A A.tie., hot for.....n'Urno".... .nilm._*or...k..oork me aboat_b
Crouse was :31 years of age a fine lookIng I trade of a carpenter, was arrested ib-si vr 1,5 s-wJvI 1>aJk.;oioup 01'
\V. B. Saddler, assistant state ngi full|>*u tad cmnpHcd
movement has been started Wednesday by Sheriff Fennell at the
among intelligent gentleman and a superb HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
auditor, has been here this week check- .
the Southern ladles of Jacksonvillewho specimen of physical manhood.Don't request of Sheriff Geo. H. Bean of Most -.wvr Fful! nuHiii ivt. dragnet; II pits
ing up the accounts of the late Sheriff nrinaak54Ag..La.7 t.b.5d.w
are not identified with the work Jackson, Mich. The charge againstDe to vii w4t.HOW .
Joseph P. Bennett. While Mr. Sadlercan TO BUILD A
of Martha Reid Chapter. United Daughters lie Blue Lano is wife desertion. He was ..
Simple ami p."i""l shoving h of the Confederacy to organize not give out information regarding And lose all interest when help is within married about a year ago, it is said, tc tor,...,milhaa/feminr. ?evcral tloe..pluHOW -
I' his investigation until his official report reach. Herbine will make that liver perform TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
another chapter in Jacksonville. It is a very; handsome young lady of Jackson A fin all ir.or.1i.inr brat. .icZI.i
its duties properly J. li. Vaughn. Elba. Ala. ? Coo.laLia;
is made the the .
to governor, Telegraphmay ...... auiUMe lur bailmr...-...
announced that the new chapter will i writes: "Being a constant sufferer from but did not live with her long. He-
state that th$ statement of the condition and disordered Hver.I ha"efound HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA
constipation a
be limited in membership to one hun was arrested on the charge of desertion e"u..,Mil.ntf boat,vita moderate orerhantt
of the dead sheriffs accounts Herbine to be the best medicine for iuaUs.iipIiu.
dred. these troubles on the market. I have used it but the. case was compromisedand
the Telegraph last week
from was constantly. I believe it to be the best medicine the couple again took up theii Easy to......taiM.mrvth: ,'nihlju Capt. Clay Johnson came up substantially correct. The discrepancies -. of its kind and I wish all sufferers from 10 bcgia witk.caabvBiutorrTrbnply.ntaeraiooporcaingHOW

Fort Mjers Monday night, where he in his accounts, as stated last week, these troubles to know the good Herbine has residence in the same nouse. This dl- TO BUILD A MOCCL YACHTAnpide'r.t4iof

had been to a load of supplies to done me. I not last very long, however, and De ... .Lovos.ddsii.i.i.ii.
carry will amount to about $1,000. The sureties 31 Liff .s IB sail a.amlrb.PRICE

Basinger with the steamer Lillie, which on the bond of the sheriff are J. G- Busy Season Promised. I Lano again abandoned his wife. He $1.
was arrested the second time and gavt EACH
has been doing business from that end
J. M. and J. W. Alvarez and T. Avnight The Miami Metropolis of Friday' PREPADCTtZPRESSANVWHSS(
of the line during the low water of the bond for his appearance at the tim
-Bradford County Telegraph. Bound in cloth GoU lettmni SIM of
says: A letter from Mr.V.. H. )Merrill pagi.
past few months. He reports the water set: for his trial, but when the case 9 by 12 inches-Large, rlytlrawn plans.
of the Royal Palm Hotel
manager received -
Kiting From tbe GraveA was called the man had followed
rising very slowly, and thinks it will well young THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
ba known
be some time yet before he can beginto prominent manufacturer, Wni. A. Fort yesterday merchant his father to the Land of Flowers a MURRAT STREET New YORK. U. S. A
well, of Lncama X.C.,relates a most remark is most cheerful and pronounced -
Tee of desertion under the laws
run his boats from this place to Bas- able experience. He says: "After takin.z less in expression that Miami and Florida crime S itd postal fnr Catalogue of foots foo'zchLmaas
inger unless the rains come with more than three bottles of Electric Bitters. I feel of Michigan is a very serious one bile Library

frequency than at present-Kissimmee like CIne rising from the grave. My troubleis in general will have an unprecedented -maximum penalty bein; three :3 ears -- --
Bright's disease, in the diabetes stage. I tourist season the coming win
Gazette. fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me Imprisonment. Sheri Bean took his
for it bar the tor the prospects being brighter than
Florida state chemist at Tallahassee permanently already stopped soner back to Michigan without
The -
liver and bladder complications which have
ever before a record breaking
has succeeded in stretching the troubled me for years." Guaranteed at Titus- having to go through the formality ol
yule Pharmacy and Banner Drug tOTe'. Price crowd.In extradition proceedings.
appropriation for his department to
only 5Oc. connection with this statement
cover the cost of doubling the size of ERY
Mr. Merrill recites that he has already Mothers andOverburdened
the laboratory, and the contract has The Dade County Fair. Nursing
i.ore bookings for next season at the
been let for the work. The pure food Miami Metropolis.) WomenIn Seeds
present time than he has ever had on ;
law which will into effect in September all stations of whose and -
go Even at this early date plans are a corresponding date, and that a large life vijror their worth at harvest
: have boon undermined and prove
will call for additional space vitality may
being formulated for th-j Dade County
: number of inquiries, etc., about Miami broken -down by over-work, exacting ;t time. Aftroverfiftyyearsof

and assistance. Worth Trammell, a Fair which will be held either the latter and the lower east coast are being received social duties the too frequent bearing: of successthey arc pronounced .

brother of Senator Park Trammell and part of February or first of March, by him daily. chlldron, or other causes will find in Dr. .l.t ? the best and surest by careful

in the lower Pierce': Favorite Prescription the most planters everywhere Your
himself representative :
a next the being to make the
purpose Mr. Merrill will arrive here about deal"r sells them. 1307 Seed
potent invisoratm restorative strongth-
house. has been appointed food in fair larger and more elaborate than December 1, accompanied by many of giver ever devised for their special bene fSpSflj AccSiI free on request.

spector. ev er before. the former staff and employees to put fit. Nur-5 nr; mothers wTHJind it opecial- 1 / *V 0.a.rrSRY

; Sad news was received here yesterday Mr. E. V. Blackman, secretary and the big house in readiness for the opening Iy valuable proiaotingxn sustaining >.bHr nvjinshment strengthand :
50 YEARS' .
announcing the death of Opt. Chas. general manager of the fair, state on the "th of that month. I for the child. "txp\ctant orH ors too ; EXPERIENCE

: Ball in New York. Capt. Hall was one this morning that he will! soon be in a ---- -- -- will find for it a priceles\j'wK! > > system baby's coming and rthxQnn?
:! of the first settlers in Miami, ard enioved position to announce the dates of tIe A Fortune in Mangoes.The the ordeal comparatively painless? ..Itetn :

- the acquaintance of people all over fair, and that he will have the premium tojio hnrrr in TV c.tltp or condition A
:Miami Sews of Thursday says ('tUn. 'm Ip !"' 1_

the state of Florida. lie was one o f I lists for the same prepared and! Yesterday Miami sent to market its LT teii.Tuueak women, who -

. the owners of the yacht Klondike :<11.1 distributed not later than September.The suffer from frequent headache backache ,
Irst shipment of buMed mangoes. draecin-< distress low downIn a
had made many friends among the tourists object is to give exhibitors This may seem onla commonplace the alni >m.-n, or from painful or irr TRADE MARKS
His death and producers time than nar monthly periods, gnawing; or distressed DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
here each comes as more
lear f""
: announcement, but it means much sensation in stomach dizzy or &.C.

. a shock to many people who knew him !heretofore to prepare for the fair, thus when it is remembered that this industry faint r-pf II.-. toe imainarysiswks or spots Anyone pen4lr.g a Setrn and description wbctbpr inajawCTtiin
qcLly our opinion free an
i genial and courteous gentleman. increasing both the number and variety floating; before eye- have di-s = f'able, invention n proMiblr patentable. ('ntnmnniratH.nKKtncilyriiiCricnti.U. .
as a is destined in a few years to I pf>I\i" catarrhal drain prolap-u ante- Handbook I'atents ,
Ilia death resulted from an operation of exhibits. Heretofore the pre- exceed in importance the growing \er-ionor P-tro-\ersionor oth rdiplaceinent sent frpe. oi '....t aircnry for securing patents. .t
Patents taken tbrouzh Maim & Cm receive
fo icitis-Iiami Ri-corc. mium lists have not been issued until of womanly orsanfrom weakness nerud nitit, wtthsttchree. lathe i
appen oranges anti grapefruit. Fo I of parts will whether thry oxix-nonce

Major Babcock cf Key West has a few weeks before the fair, thus giving :,evtral years pade county has been many or only a fw of th. alxA' symptoms Scientific Rm rita1.! I:

exhibitors but a short time to find relief an : vetoed the ordinance granting a gas scaling n:anoes to market: but they tHin faithfully and fairly r-istently A handsomely HIn.tratculation >d vwekt. 'II'llelt f'lr-
of anynt l" journaL 'J.enn.. 11 at .
franchise to parties applying to the aldermen prepare for the same. ,have all been of the seedling variety I Im l'i'rre'&vorite; Irr, j. This all preparations will be This world-famwl sicitic for woman's
for that privilege. The mayor jear i and difficult to popularize abroadhowever w"akn.s and ji 'culiar ailments is a MUNN & Co.S6lBroadaay. Hew York

says the city should receive compensa- advanced considerably which should much they may be in favor at i pure ;Rljwric extract of the choicest na- __Brawn Offir*. 'TS F Pt.WwHInicton..(;. __
make the fair the best ever held. It tne medicinal roots without a drop of p
receipts, and that a bcme. The shipment made yesterday I
ibiS from gross alcohol in its mnko-np. AH its insn-di-
be : it proposed also to make the inducements ents print'tl in plain Lnch-h it* bottlr- KILLYHECOUCHAN9 :
; lower rate than $2,00 should stipulated consisted i of three crates of beautiful

; and permitted, and the ordinance -I greater than heretofore with a ; mulobas grown and shipped by Mr. wrapper Picrco thus and invites att tJ-d the under fullest oath.inve tiia-Dr. CURE! THE LUNGS

reads that holders are permitted view of interesting every person in W. E. March. The were consigned tion of his formula knowing that it will
the country the fair.Bea.tifut b> found to contain only the best ainnts
; to charge but $2.00 but not less than one crate each to Hicks & Co., Sew known to the most advanced medical WITH Dr. ing'si

that. As the ordinance was passed ---' York Muir-Sumner Co, Chicago and Science of all the different schools of practice I
I for the cun of woman's peculiarwraknfs.v
it Is probable that the Blanke & Son, Philad phia. It is expected -
unanimously, > and ailment
Plump .cheeks flushed with the soft l.noC s i t el1f Discovery
same will be passed over the major* health and a complexion make all women that the net returns for these If you want to know more about the
beautifuL Take a small dose of Herbine after cents each. composition and j>rofc- ional pndor1
will forty I
veto. mangoes average silent of the "Favorite lYfcnption.send Price
each meal;it will prevent constipation and
Saturday the money was paid over help digest;:: what you have eaten. Mrs.Wm.M. Mango culture in Dade county is just I postal card request to Dr. R. V. Pierce, F OR CONSUMPTION; sac & $1.00
Last IJuffalo. X. Y. for his booklet
Stroud. Midlothian. Tex. writes May 31. now in its infancy and those who go free treat- Free Trial.
and \\ F. Prince in!of same.
to H. }1. Swinson 1901. "We have used lIerbine in our family
fine piece of phosphate property for eight years. and found it the best medicine into the business intelligently may be You cant afford to accept as a substitute Guaranteed for all THROAT and

for a In the we ever used for constipation bilious fever reasonably sure of a competency for for this rpmedy vfKnmcn conj*'' eight miles south of Plant City. and malaria. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy a secret nostrum of unknownDon't OOJRptJri.Hem. I BAGS.
the remainder of life. do it.
deal another party besides these two wasp and Banner Drag Store

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:.<',.: ::':,.4 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1907 .

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'y--'', r'r THE FLORIDA STAR Brevard The board County of public School'instruction Board National Commander Army and Navy UnionSays I

Entered at the postoffice at Titusville as met Monday, Aug. 5th, with full
\ .. Hccond-class mail matter. board present. : "/Have No Hesitation In Endorsing Peruna As An. Efficient Remedy For Catarrh?

Kills B. Water, Editor and Pnt>lltner. The minutes of the last meetingwere h rf1 As a general thing,I have Deers op-
what known u patent
to are
read and approved.Treasurer's .
report for July was 1 this feeling. It 1* now, M it

V ._'t.. found correct and redeemed / time well Ub-
It must be clearly understood that neither warrants Y been for a long ,

THE STAR nor its editor is responsible for cancelled and filed. Fjj' $a \.. })Y? } .............................................. family medicine with n., upon
opinions expressed by correspondents. ,, .S tired nature sub
_. f D S 3 z { we rely to give
The tax collector presented list of e z' \ e V "

poll taxes collected for the 1906 : restoration
In order to get married the grand- year
during the month of July 1907 Terrible Case of fndliestlon,
: daughter of Stonewall Jackson ran Donald Robb, Jr., 16 Wright
amounting to $12.00, same was received -
away.'She did not. inherit the running and filed. v/IiII .,Halifax,Nova Scotia. Deputy Su
Chief Banger, Independent
away trick from her distinguished -
FINANCIAL MMAB1. Forresters,writes:

grand father,-even though he did Warrants outstanding last report550,48 on a visit to Boston I most

!i command the "foot cavalry." ** issued this meeting1,610.56 eaten something that did not agree

my stomach, u a terrible cue of .,
:$1 2,19104 followed. Peruna WM re
,; Warrants paid in July ___.____ 451.68Warrants
Commander Peary will not start his to me,and after wing three

_ :f dash for the pole this The ex- now outstanding.__..._ 1,739 39 I was entirely cured. I there
. I year. Total cash on land.-.____.. 1.65&52 recommend Pernna to any one
: ;
{ plorer has met delays in properly with stomach trouble."
"' Deficit in funds_____ _________. 8084
equipping the Roosevelt for the trip.
ITEMIZED ESrE tDrrCRm. Every Trace of Catarrh Cone.

As Wellman put off his aerial Teachers' salaries ______________$ 265.00P. .James P.Bracken,610Tenth Av*.,
effort to discover the North Pole York City,X.Y.,has occupied the
_, J. Hall, addition to Xo. 101._ 410.00
of Water Inspector few York
until next year also, it now seems P. J. Hall, a-c addition to No. 6. 500.00 for the past fifteen years. lie

, : that the two may get a fair start lodgson Bros., repairs No. :12.. 1.65 on an extensive plumbing busi-

.f together. F 2 C.L.ASup.Co, material No.101 1.90 at 61010th Ave. He is Past Deputy

Wm.Harns, repairs desks No. 101 600 Knights of Reigna Celia Coun

o FeeA-Stewart, material rep. No.23; 16.40 Knights of Columbus, N. Y. He

It is probable that the railroad war C.T. McBride, frL on raat'i) No 23 2.89 as follows:

is over for the time being. There nearly a dozen yeara catarrh ha
C. A. Ellerbrock, repairs No. 23. 32.50 r :
me in one form or another. I
will be further effort the F. "
no on part C.Prange, 4550
troubled with nasal catarrh, that
of the Southern, or any other railroadin E.U.L.. .1Sup.Co., 974i affected my stomach,which troub
"i ,4. II i> II 04.45 me most in the morning. My appe
the south, in all probability, to
J. S. Stone, haul'g mat'l 685 J. EDWIN danjer.'f was poor, and I did not seem to

temporarily nullify a state railroad Walter Bobo, material 7.63 -- my food. Indigestion bothered me

regulation law by means of a federal j i J. Edwin Browne,National times also. I was advised to take exam 1.60
11410 llth street,X.E.,Washington,D. and I took it as prescribed for .
court injunction. And for the H.A. '.$.DrewCo. for office 1.50
present eap. !' "I have no hesitation in endorsing th when my cure was almost com-

t at least there isn't likely to be Leavenworth <&Co., outline maps 16200 j! for catarrh. My own experience Today there Is not a trace of ca-

+ti t V any further legislation of so drastic A. B. Vance, sup. for office _____ 18.65 (; been benefited by its use recommend ] in my system, and I can say with-
P. G. Walton, mech. ins. No. 6. 5.70T. ]i complaint. hesitation that Peruna cured me."
I a character that relief will be sought
R. Puckett, pub. call for bids 2.40
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in the federal courts. Agreeable and Effective Tonic.
E.CLAdvocatf, pub. finan'l. stat. 2.00
: Says Peruna Saved His Life. John Finn, Washington
JohnHenry,t'wrtg. min. for pub. 2.00 "
'{ Pernna has cured me of catarrh. I C.,veteran soldier of the civil war,a.
One of the great electric manufacturing J. E. Walker, salary for July._. 75; 00 can work all day, eat hearty, sleep Grand Army man and com-

V companies reports gross E. B. Arnold, per diem, milage 17.20G. well, and my digestion Is all right.I of the oldest post in the United

} earnings for the year covered by the S. Singleton, ". 12.20 was not I able to feel do a that day's work last John A. Rawlins Post *io.1> ,
II. year. candidly using your
A. J. Carter, 980 of the Potomac, Grand
statistics at over $33,000,000, with medicine was the means of saving my of Republic, writes:
life. I find it is just what it is recom
i f profits of $4,179,000. This is the 11,64056 was recommended to me by
mended to be, and I speak in highest
electric age for sure, and the ex- The bids for transportation of pu- praise of Peruna. I shall recommendit of my associates and I have given
a fair trial. Have found it
perience of this one concern is pro- pils were then taken up, and the following to all my friends."-Alvis A.Nelson, and effective tonic,pleu&D a most t

Virgilina,V a.
: bably matched by that of others. l contracts awarded: and leaves one free from the
r When any one has catarrh of the heador
# The demand for electrial appliancesin R. A. Bobbitt, $40 per month, throat they know it. Snuffing,sneeze effects produced by the

transporting pupils from Hatters to tngcoughingspittinggaggingchokingthese ny nostrums now on the market. I
every form was never greater, suffered from catarrhal afflictions
Cocoa.J. are some of thfe symptoms.
i nor is there any indication of subsi past winter,and have found Peruna
R. Rouse, $65 per month, trans- When any one has catarrh of the bron, beneficial and commend it for
! ; dence. An interesting accompaniment chial tubes they are not to
: quite so apt "
porting pupils from the 5 mile posts it has done for me.
of this report of earnings i recognize their trouble as catarrh, although -
south of
to .
' there are a great many people Relieves Mind and Body.
the government statement of copper: P. Allen's contract, $6.>.00 per who begin to appreciate the fact that ca-. G. W. Woodbury, Rogers, Ohio,

production, from which it appears month, transporting pupils from tarrh of the bronchial tubes is sure to Captain and Center of the

; that the output of the metal for 1906 Courtenay and Merritt to Cocoa. In create a cough. College Basket Ball Team,
Catarrh produces symptoms accordingto :
I was 906,591,000 pounds, or 18,000XX accepting this contract the contractor the place in the body where the ca body and mind alike were

4; .. pounds in excess of the amount i in agrees, if Indianola is added, to tarrh is located. Catarrh deranges the and refused to work few dose

1905. Production and consumption make this point for $5 per month ex- function of any organ. I .restored lost strength and in
tra. If thecatarrh be in the stomach it produces quicker and more perma
#' of copper are intimately related t o
*" dyspepsia. "
I than anything I know.
electrical development, and thi W. E. Booth, $125, finishing up __ 0I
? lower room in Cocoa school buildingas
: country is foremost in both respects. Weekly Weather Report. |I TME RAGE MARKALABASTINE
specifications.Bid s
per JtPITFR, FLA., Aug. 13. 1W7
1 of Kingston and Hatter laid
Prohibition Wave in Florida Comparative statement of temperatures I
over for further consideration. and. rainfall for the week ending: Tuesday. !| a
A Work of Art
Editor Claude L'Engle, of the Tal- After discussion the following pre- 1007 1000 _
lahassee Sun, has experienced change amble and resolutions were passed \ug.. 7 ".3 -4) Mi 777s. I That is what your home can be if

4 ._ of heart on the question of prohibi unanimously. .. 9.lO. Wi 67 75: "rl h7: 71. I you decorate it with Alabastine. For

d + tion in the state of Florida, for i in Whereas, It appears that there area .- 1 O.t. 71 S2J .IS appropriateness is true art; and not
11 '*> 7.! M 75; only can make home decorations
great many illegal pupils attending you your
the last issue of his paper he comes 44 12 f the public schools of this county, and, 13.J" M 'Ii ;b appropriate with Alabastine,
out heartily in favor of prohibition Whereas Total rainfall for the week ;!;5>> inches I but you can make them reflect your
Regulation No. 11
This announcement will be most welcome county iKparture rainfall fur the week plus 1.57inches. own taste in a way that is not pos-
i board of public instruction providesfor sible with any other form of wall covering.
news to the temperance people Departure rainfall since; Jan. 1st mm us i
: the payment of tuition fee, there- 9 JH inches I

; throughout the !state, as it will give fore, be it resolved: II P. II.\RDI\-. : Alabas

them the support of both the papers First. From this date all pupils Official in ehaf\ e. nee

published at the state capital. from other states and other countiesof C.A.STOn.z.A. Sanitary Wall Coatingis

t Following the above comes th this slate, shall pay a tuition fee Bears the Yt Hae pwrn Br.t.JSiguture : 1 superior in appearance in economy in durability and
e ;; unique in its wonderful sanitary properties. You should know
rather startling statement that Governor of $,3.00 each for the term. of ELc more about it on all these points and we therefore extend you
*" a cordial invitation to visit our store,see the Alabastme color
Second. It shall
be the of
Broward will probably call an duty charts and have the Alabastm": stenciled designs (which you
teacher before enrolling pupils to can uw yourself)explained to jou. .
extra session of the legislature a. as- Notice to Teachers Ask to see the Book of -
I I certain how many are non residents, Alabastine Prize
oon as he returns from his vacation Design
and collect the fee before OliceSiipt: 'nntendent Public Instruction T;-
t 'r to attend to some important matter entering tnst illc. Fla.Thefillowinn. For Sale by

the name of pupils on school register. : is a list of the te\t }. EST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY .
among which will be the framing of < $>** t. COMPANY:2: :: '
Third. The teacher -hall remit such !. IIMI as the Irisis of the ptemU r xa'm: s.y
+, amendment nation ll|(>7 .. .-
v an to the cor:-titutio:n : ::
sums as may be collected at once to .
AI' .
Word .. -
Ort6orraphy-Iec.I's Ieonjr
for .
; calling state prohibition. the superintendent of schools, who Ma%n ml. Merrill A. C o.. N.n "\.>rk. THE PACKAGE "

j It will take a three-fifths vote o f shall in turn del)oit the same at once IIi.lni. ?:-\iiystaiidanl anth..r will:iiiswerin . iti..nlaxwt,1IlIIith.s: Writin
t- both l houses to authorize this amendment with the treasurer.Bid nslish ((7XI Anu nran Ilook ('0.

i : and then it will have to be vot- of Kingston & Hatter of 100 can\nthmttic B...,k ('u.. \tliuta Milno'stati'liid( :). \meri

1 ed on by the people! at the next gen for painting CJ'uachou} building (': Kn I"k::hsh(('O1T trauiiu. :ir-AlttnlTa (\til H)!. .\m"rim I Play Ball !

i eral election. accepted and contract awarded. S.1listory-Fiehl'.1rammarSch.wl (H",

JOHN 1:. WALKER Secretary. \nirncjn: I.k l ('0. 1
'J k It goes without saying that with Florida History-Bre,anVv. Benmtt' hjtrl.nlf'ricUI ). .
-- _\ I5,iok ('o. and Fairhinkx II A. \\'. ;
.i. the present wave of prohibition 5 in Ih'arn,... ('anno, Ise Cured It Un'Cu.. ,..
; this state and the whole south the Ryhw'alapplications.a.-,they ': nnotreaeli till. ralhy-I.tway's: Naturalilvmcv .. ..-.iNrtiun..ftheear. t$L'Lil.i American Book Co1'bysiotnrr.leruan A Complete Line of
"' There
is only onc
amendment would be passed" and 's Flements of ((9\' I
way to.'un' ' with all the counties, now "drv" i in tional n'iiu-d*s. IKatnes.siscau">e'ihvan iu- Civil Govenuuent-Y. eum's l nil (;torn I' '

this state except about a half dozen, Banned contlitloif of the mucous lining of the mmt of Florida and the t"nitt'fltatt'S: tl1.(
E.:: O. Painter('o. DeUnd Fla.AlzebraMilneslligit : SDS
i the state would undoubtedly i inr iistadnan tube Wht'n thitul $inflamed N-owl' 1I t BASE 1hG:
yon have nllllblingSlulIIl imperfect hearing can Book Co.Physical .
favor of prohibition a year from now and when it is ntirely closed deafness is CJeoprapliy-Tarr's \mpri'l(
The McMillan .
i. ,r ,; The prohibitionists have the popular the result and unless the inflammation can lit Theory and Co PratticT-Ftlr Atlanta first grade cer
token out and this tube restored to its normal tificates
:t wave with them,which maybe bet -Pbychologieal Pnncnlesof Education -
f condition hearingvill; l>e destrovcd foremen by Home. Parts III and IV for Se'I'tf'lII-
I ;.,1- ter termed a higher plane the wholE nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh her (*100); The McMillan ('o.. Atlanta U E i. which nothing but an inflamed condition of For M-conc and third :grade certifirati :
people have reached that causes themto the mucous surfaces. Tompkin's Philt'SOl'hyofTt'aching(75c).Ginn I
We will give One hundred Dollars for any & Co. Atlanta, Ga Distributors
aside the craving for drin for Florida
t put case of deafness (caused by citarrh) that cannot These books may l.e had of most book d,'al-
and the desire for gain, and they intend be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for ersmthe state or from the publishers by
circulars,free mail post paid, on receipt of price.J JACKSONVILLE FLORIDASend
f ;j to push their cause for all they F. J. CnE\EY & CO.,Toledo.O. R. WALKER, ,
2$! Sold by druzjnsts.: 73c. Supt of Public Instruction.

1 r 0 are worth. Hall's Family Tills are the best. Brevard County, Fla. for catalogue and samples for uniforms


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'58 InODAY, 'AUGUST-16, 1907 THE FLORIDA STAR / 5r..iJ.
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE "S. W. '1-4, run'E. 80 yds., N. 701-2 I I ,SEA GULLS THAT TALK. ochester Gas ;

yds.', W. 80 yds. and S. 70 1-2 yds., Engines : l

J :; COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS and S. 1-2 of N. W. 1-4 of S. W. 1-4, Have Language of Their Own Which
Men Can Imitate, Says Cr. Watson. .
"'. t: Sec. 21, Tp. 23, S. R. 35 E., raised Dr. John B. Watson, professor of HEW DESIGN r

.': The Brevard county commissioners. from $1,500 to $2,000.E. psychology In the University of Chicago f!

t, M. Whaley, S. E. 1-4 of S. E. returnetj recently from a remarkable Two-Cycle
= met at the house
court in
Y.; Titusville
1-4 and N. 1-2 of S. 1-2 of S. E. 1-4 trip of research In the Dry Tortn- 1I I ,
. -t' Aug.: 5.I9 7at 2:30 p. m. Present, gas islands off the coast of lower Floe ;
of S. W. 1-4 Sec. 15 Tp. 23.S. R.36 Three-Port
a x:' J.:R. Miot, T:J. Cockshutt and J. M.fh" ida, says a Chicago dispatch. His work .
E. raised from $250 to$300.
the Andrew Carnegie
carried at
was on
Osban. It
was moved and seconded One to FODr.Cylinders l '
J. C. Gibert was appointed cattle station. s t
fhatT. J. Cockshutt be
elected chairman
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r and beef inspector for the 4th dis Professor 'Watson declares that the
I pro tern, the question was put trict. sea gulls on the islands have a lan- 21-2. to i

( .: to a vote and the motion was carried. guage of their own which can be Imi-
: "- < The clerk is instructed to call at- tOO H. P. i
r 4j.r i.\: The board moved to the court tated by a. human being and live in
f -: tention of all justices of the peace "family groups" In especially built nest,
J ;: house to continue the session. Cut of 2 double
hi oar new design, cycle,3-port. cylinder
and section houses that they really think
the to 963
chap- ;
county .
)Jt.: < The minutes of the last Made up one to four cylinders,2} to 100 H. P.
and unusual
quest of food give ;
t:F : of the board were read and approved. ter 17, of the general statutes, requiring dence of reasoning power. eVl' 5 h. p. 2-cylinders, weight 125 pounds, price complete !
, .. ;r.. them to make monthly '
< reports with clutch and shaft $185 00
Bo no. S. Sams and E. Vesey ,lIe believes the birds have reverse propeller : .
to the board pf county commis- in their governmental affairs but that 16 h. 395
I rHaIl, as notaries public, were ap- p. 4-cylinder, weight pounds, price completewith
sioners of all fines imposed or bonds the factional squabbles which ate' reverse clutch, propellor and shaft $500.00
'} proved. among leaders are not permitted ton-
forfeited in their respective courts. "
Petition of P. W. Roberts, et al.j terfere with the government. Everything Record of "Baby Bullet" with a Rochester '
The following millage is hereby f
praying for a special tax of 5 mills in is conducted In an orderly way. Eau Gallic to Palm Beach, time 8| hours. Entered ten races, more than 100 miles,makng t
' levied on all real estate and personal Older birds educate their young to every lap with a variation of less than 30 seconds. Palm Beach to Eau Gallic 120 miles
rt= road district No. 5 for road purposes 8 5-4 hours. All this running without a hitch. Write me for catalogue and prices.
property in Brevard county for they fly and hunt food by a system, be as- .
was received and compared with a serts. > G. iv'. PA.DDXS01\T ,
1907: General fund, 5 mills;
4 certified list of registered freeholders
; school fund,7 mills; road fund mills; Ambition' Emu Gallia F : liI
I in said district and it appearing thata The Automobile Crl.d.a. j
special road fund Dist. No.1. 5 lu
nttsburg clubwomen are some
' majority of said registered free- I mills; special road fund, Dist. No. 5, excitement over the discovery that In
holders had signed said petition it is A Cash .
5 mills. that city many women are mortgaging Proposition r

r ordered that the prayer of said petit- The equalization of the tax books their homes to buy automobiles says i

ion be granted and the tax assessor was taken and following changeswere the Philadelphia Press. Thft Is done x'rPER: GENT A. YEgR
of Brevard county is instructed to to make an appearance of wealth and
made: social position, which to mafay women
carry out said special road tax millage. J. A. Gilbert, lot 7, Houston's add seem about all there Is of'life' even Beginning Aug. 10th we will introduce our "CASH WITH :

k on the assessment roll for 1907.R. to Eau Gallic, Sec. 21, Tp. 27, S. R. If they are mere Imitations} Plttsburg ORDER" system which will, we believe, benefit both ourselves and

A. Conkling arrived and ,took Is not the only place where this am- our customers. I
37 E. raised from $1,400 to $1,600.M. .
: position as chairman of the board. bition Is conspicuous, and'everywhere On all orders accompanied by cash, check or money order, we

The county of Brevard having hada B. Greasbeck, lot 4, ex. N. 20 I there are people who gould rather will allow a discount of 5 per cent from our regular prices on all i'

J feet, Blk. 8, plat of Melbourne, Sec. have an automobile than Ian unincum- material.As .

proposition to sell their interest in 2, Tp. 28, S. R. 37 E., raised from bered home. When thfe clubwomen bills would be paid in thirty days, anyway, this is equivalentto t

the Dade county rock land, it was $300 to$400. have reformed this.50 / bf thing out 60 per cent a year.

moved, seconded and carried that the of Plttsburg-for. of conrse, they are This discount will positively not be allowed on any orders not
Ada McOmber E. of S. W.
F. 1-2
going to do It-we re/ est that cash which have
clerk be instructed to write to the they accompanied by or to be charged.We .
1-4 ex. N. W. 1-4 of N. E. 1-4ofS. send on their recipe. guarantee all material, and stand ready to correct any errors '
commissioners of St. Lucie
county W. 1-4, Sec. 26, Tp. 28, S. R. 37 E., that we make.

county and enquire if St. Lucie coun- reduced from $400 to $200. Jersey Lightning BuJ to the. Rescue. All orders from reliable customers will be filled as heretofore,

ty wishes to buy Brevard county's interest Frank Forster, N. 1-2 of E. fractional ,. Caleb HatvTh of liherside, X. J., but if you wish to participate in our' CASH DISCOUNT PLAN, get
in said land. was out late recent with his bicycle our price list or our estimate and remit with order. I
1-2 of lot 1, Sec. 14, Tp. 30 S,,
On motion of John R. Miot the following with no lamp. Cale himself tells this.
R. 38 E., raised from $150 to $250.J. Not caring to risk ri iug through town
resolution offered In
was : W. Osban was appointed countjenumerator r without a light on his wheel he picked

y accordance with Sec. 2, Chap. 5597, for Brevard county,Fla., up a half pint whl4y bottle he found REASONSFor

(No. 2) Laws of Florida, session of by the wayside ayd put a dozen or
for the ensuing
1907, the board of county commis- year. more fireflies In it says a Riverside Buying a High Speed, Ball Spend a Pleasant '>
Warrants were ordered drawn ag special to the New York Times.. This Bearing
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sioners of Brevard county, gregating the following amounts or l he placed in front/of his machine. The = amour

hereby levies a tax of fifty per cent of the various funds: flashing of the '1i htnlng bugs" as "Standard" Rotary Shuttle

the state tax imposed by Chap.5597 they moved abo-glt} answered his
'' General fund_____________________ 5161 0' purpose -
-1;. (No. 2) Laws of Florida, session of Road fund district No.2 ___.______ u.00 and saved him from arrest the Sewing Machine
{ 1907 and the tax collector of Brevard .. .. 3___________ 10.3S local policemen appearing to be "satis
Spec. road fund dis. 3 ._________ 6.00 fled when IlaMi rode by with his
; county is hereby authorized to collect N 4 __________ 1640 wheel "all lit ONE REASONFor
00 N N 5 __________ 132.5: up.
said tax as prescribed by law on Game warden fund______________ 3.>.00 other machine
' any business profession or occupation Fine and forfeiture fund___________ $ 103.1 I Fish to Fight Mosquitoes.' buying any ,

: mentioned in said act. The above Italy H Introcucins in Its waters an viz.: It is cheaper. But there is

Chamberlain' Colic. Cholera and lian'- Australian fish that devours mosquito difference in the quality
was unanimously adopted. hoea Than more
Remedy Better kith lookfe ewer the HENRY BOSCH COMPANY -
germs. Fish this appetite exist .
Reports of Justices of the Peace Three Doctors than in the price. WALL PAPER samples at roar ,t
America lut. the. St. Louts
; says own borne-tilting comfortably la year
Three bd three doctors wit h
\ years ago we
=\- L. K. Myers and C.T. McBride were our little boy and everything that they coal,d Globe-Democnt the mosquito keeps cur chair t Yon can make better aelcction .
/ do seemed in vain. last when all The "Standard" ROTARY SHUTTLE that way than by ransacking the storw.
f_i received. At hop e many laps atead.
seemed to be gone we began using Cbambei NEVER STOPS when the machine is in Yea ... the who!. Ii._th. Tery Utwtdeaicna 4
Tax collector's report of licenses, lan's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remed y Remedy for Diarrhoea. Never Known operation. Old ftyle shuttles start and -the loveliest tints and richest

collected during the month of and in a few hours he began to improve. T to Fail STOP TWICE to each stitch. Just thinkof color effects good including in waD bajwrted patternLEnl1'1hinj in the
( papers
'I day he is as healthy a child as parents coal d "I want to few words for ChamberIain's the extra strain and near that this .
July 1907 amounting to $8.00 say a .
P. wish for. Mrs.B.J.Johnston Linton. ''
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy makes! The "Standard" Rotary Shuttle It'* economy tor-you get the lowest I
f' for the state and $4.00 for the county For Drug ute Store by and Titusville all dealers.Pharmacy, Bannc r I have used this preparation in my family for moves on continuously without a j jar. York-Chicago prices.. Po
: the past. five rears and have recommended it Will call with Botch Sample
received. The needle bar has only two motions to
ii to nnmlierof people in York county andhave any boar you name. Look
the vibrator bar has
of R. R. Chaudoin mown it fail effect in every stitch, I them orir to your beart'a content
O6. Report Supt. Difficult Work on the ExtensionA never to to cure -not the least obligation to I
any instance. I feel that I cannot say too four.No buy. If. our w.... of adrertuiac -
of roads for districts No. 1 and 5 wheel
Tallahassee special to the Sav- much for the lie** remedy the kind in the heavy balance required to UM Bosch Wall Papm.
was received. world." S.. Jemiaon, Spring Grove, York carry motion over the stops and starts.
annah News says: County Pa. This remedy is for sale by Ti- Tile momentum of each stitch helps
f Clerk's report of tax certificates There seems to be a strong proba- tusville 1'htrniacy, Banner Drug Store and make the next
s. redeemed or purchased during the ill'dealers Less noise than any other machine. V. W. ELDRED
bility that the Key West extensionof I HUNS 75 PElCE T. LIGHTER
'. month of 1907 received.
July, was
the Florida East; Coast railway I THAN OLD STYLE MACHINES.The #
The and
&: The tax collector's report of poll will not be completed beyond Knightskey. CASTOR fact that it is the most rapid sewing Up-to-Date Painter Decorator

taxes collected during the month .of machine made is convluMve proof thatit TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
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the running, and good evidence -
Fir Infants and Children. is
1907 $12.00
July, It is stated by persons who are ac- it is very qnil't.

. ,-.. the year 1906 was received. quainted with the work that has been The Kind You Have Always Bought : It is tliemo:'rapid sewer-males two a A. STEWART
Pension claims of Allen W. Hardee, motions of the tn.atIle to three of other
done below Knight's Key that the :, Bears the d // machines in sewing: the same length of
(, John R. Fields, Samuel J. B. Fields, railroad seam. It makes 17-3; stitches while others
are thoroughly i Signature of
Mary B. English, were approved. make 100. FIRE
-f' with the effort
discouraged to bridgethe It makes both the two thread lockstitch

; The treasurer's report was received space between that key and Key NOTICE and the single threat chain stitch.It .

and checked up and paid warrants de makes the prettiest and most ela:::tic
West, the tide being swift and the Insurance ;
,! Notice i hereby given that the under- stitch.
: stroyed. effort thus far to get a foundation ?i ine
John Henry was appointed to ascer- having proved futile. The extensionof I estate of John H. Harris deceased, will speed, size of thread, thickness!' of goods, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA ,

tain how much money in the fine and the road from Miami to Key West apply to tin Hon. Minor S. Jone, judgeof nor length; of s-titrh;;what other machinecan
the circuit court for U e\ard county, do as ranch
be transferredto
forfeiture fund can has been published to the world as Florida, in ojn mart at Fort Pierre, Does not break thread when machine I represent some of the leading f

the road fund. one of the most difficult engineering Florida or wherever the court may then i is runbatkwanK companies of the world and
It moved and seconded that l he upon tIle 17th day of :September r, .\. i The "Standard" Rotary has the biggest I any
was problems ever attempted, and it was I>. !!IIJ';, or a- oon thereafter as applicant bobbin of am' lnek stitch machine. Holds II I business entrusted to me will re-

warrant No. 10,169, issued on the said to be the dream of Henry M. can !*> heard, for leave to sell the 1(0 yards of No 81) mtton. ,[ ceive prompt andcarcful attention )

road fund December 6th, 190-1, to G. following desmbeil land to pay the debts The> tenM-Mi 5 is released: : when taking f -
of the East Coast !
and the Flakier, owner ,"f the -ai I
Stahl for $4.75 be cancelled road to see this accomplished beforehe I : The shortest 1(> nse
clerk be instructed to write across retired from active direction of I "',\ trip or land two hundred and fifty HchiiM's---tiVr ,fore le.- liable to bend ROBBINS .

the stub of the warrant book in red ,ei-rlit (::& feet wideon the north side and skip studies. I.
his railroad enterprises. The con of the northwest' quarter of the northeast Feed motion" all lOMtixe-no sprimg. : .." GRAHAM
ink "cancelled by order of the boardof struction of this extension calls for quarter i for lot 2)) of H'Ctioll1'1I '7i", used-Ixm-f machine will feed overall I

county commissioners Aug.6,1907, the linking of the numerous keys township thirt '-one (HI) south, ofransietliirlvnme thicknM"- if gads and seams, without I ** CO., '
::2 m east, containingeen "cht'\\:!" the cloth no matter what
on account of having been illegally from Miami to Key West, a distanceof and \MOO: 17 821: am5aid strip: IHMII.:: lvngthof-titch. I I (Incorporated. Paid up ('ilitaJ! $J5.0C ).IO. d

issued." Carried. 150 miles. the north 2">S feet of the slid dexTiUufortv' Will wear twice as long as other lOCk ,
and situated in St. Lucie county, stitch machine.I Thi owns landsin
Report of John Powers, inspector company
To build a road even as far as Flor tla." J, P, l>uv, Ex OtiirioAdminiMrator :e.t set of atta hnif lIt" in any machine the Indian Hirer ('''l1n- r

of cattle butchered at Cocoa during Knight's Key will be a wonderfully of the l-: Ute of seif a.ijnsting, and 1 f.iMened to the try,on the M. I.ncie liver,

*.; March, April, May, June and July, difficult and costly undertaking, and John II. Harris, demised. presser b.rr in place pf the foot.IVst I at"New Uiver, and on Biscayne -
ball Ixanng, fitted with a 1907, was received. will cover about two-thirds of the aide l.'Ont'rewl to take np wear.

Pension claims of A. J. Carter, distance. EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG. Most easily threaded of any machine 1'KicEs TO sriT TIIKTDIES:

Wm. B. Sams Wm. H. Sharpe,J. H. Under the provisions of the act of made. I
F.DUREN,Agent, Bfcan-4* all ?t*win.! machine mpani*** end !orlan.Uist.TITt'SYILLE .
Sams and T. H. Sanders were ap 1905, granting the privilege, it is re- are te-tifrin.totime: ,c-ujieriority' the!
proved.The quired that the extension shall be ">tandar Rotary shuttle by I.nnoin;; OFFICES-AT '
a the equalizationof out and ntferinsr for ale rotary shuttle AND MIAMI.
board up within from Florida and
completed seven years machines, These machines they do not
the tax books. The following the date of the act.Hunting attempt to ell, knowing they are defective .,t

changes in assessments were made: WesternMeats owin to control of basic patents;
but they do use them as an argument HANDY MOTH PAPER
R. J. Thornton, S. W. 1-4 of S. W. for Trouble against: rotary machines in the effort to {
described in "I've lived in California 20 years and am I
Mims old
1-4 land to as sell their style \ibraton
ex still hunting: for trouble in the way of burns A moth destroyer and disinferUnt. Placed
deed book Q, page 295, ex land to sores, wounds boils cuts sprains or a case ofpilt's The Standard Machineis I under carpets or ID the folds of fur and clothing -
in deed book that Bncklen's Arnica Salve won't quick Sewing it drives away moths and worry Twelve '
described I
4 Singleton, ly cure." writes Charles Walters of Anf'- of all Kinds j sheets in a packet carriage prepaid 10 cents.
VV, pages 61 and 68 and ex land to ghany Sierra Co. No use hunting, Mr. Walters !- sold by the Indian River Six packets 54 cents if druggist duesnt have it.
;:r I ; it cures every case. Guaranteed at TI.
Richard Blatchford, description begins tnsville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. :Music Houes, Titusville I M digan Powder Work.Selection 846Clarkretille '

at S. W. corner of S. W. 1-1 oft 25c. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA Iowa

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t :: After the Trespassers. T. A. Jennings Withdraws_:. Women as Well as Men

The Jacksonville Metropolis of Wed Hon. T. Albert Jennings, of Pen-
:w Are Made Miserable'by
nesday says: sacola. In public card to the Pensaco- Typewriters .

In the clerk's office of the United la Journal, announces that he hu''decided Kidney Trouble. : "

States court today seventeen new to withdraw from the race t for
suits were filed by the government governor of Florida. He says that Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages ;

5- ,;through United States District :Attor- his large business Interests will pye- and lessens ambition;beauty vigor

} S nay Cheney against prominent turpentine vent him from making the contest Lie: s.-.I and cheerfulness soon .
operators here and throughout is vice president of the J*. P. Williams l. :1 disappear when the kid- Agents for the Celebrated
neys are out of order
1 the State alleging trespass on government Co., and Mr. Williams' ill health half or'diseased.

i lands and the taking of turpentine thrown important work on him. The Kidney trouble has

from pine trees on said lands. withdrawal of Mr. Jennings leaves\ i' become so prevalentthat FAYSHOLES'Typewriter
t it is not
two candidates in the field Gen-
The total amount of damages asked only \ for a child to be born
by the government is $81,500. The de- eral A. W. Gilchrist of Punta Gorda s \. afflicted with weak kid-

fendants and the amount of damages and R. Hudson Burr of Tallahassee. t :::.l neys. If the child urin-
ates too often, if thee
asked against each are as follows: Children In Pain scalds the flesh or if, when the child

.f R.. J. Knight and S. S. Knight and Never cry as do children who are suffering ches: an age when it should be able to .

J. P. Williams, $4,000; R. J. Knightand from hunger. Such is the cause of all babies trot the passage it is yet afflicted with
W. C. Knight and J. P. Williams, who cry and are treated. for sickness when &wetting depend upon it. the cause of .
they really are suffering from hanger. Thisis th'f'difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
j. Company, $16,000; R. J. Knight, W. C. caused from their food not being assimilated step should be towards the treatment of
bnt devoured A few doses oCWhite's used in Florida
by worms. 1,000 now
Knight and the Consolidated Naval Cream Vermifuge will cause them to base important organs. This unpleasant L
Stores.Company $16,000; R. J. Knight cease crying and begin to thrive at once.Giveit trouble is due to a diseased condition of the .
v kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
a trial. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy and
and: W. S. Knight and the Consolidated most
Banner Drug Store.Experiments people suppose.Women
Naval Stores Company $2,000; R., J. as well as men are made miserable r

Knight and S. S. Knight and Consolidated in Camphor: GrowingDr. with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the
same great remedy.
Naval Stores Company $7,000; True, of the agricultural department The mild and the immediate effect ofSwampRoot f

the same defendants in two other suits with headquarters-in Wash- is soon realized. It is sold

far: $1,000 and $2,000 damages; R. J. ington, was a prominent visitor in the by> druggists, in fifty- ....

-Knight, individually $10,000; and as city Wednesday. He is In charge of cent and one dollar ,' ._ ,:
sizes. You have a $H. ,
the Gulf Junction Naval Stores Company the experiments being made in cam- I sample bottle may by mail ...p -

$10,000; R. J. Knight and J. P. phor growing in the Satsuma and free also pamphlet tell- Bome of swamp.1toot.

Williams Company $500 (two cases); Huntington sections under the super- I ing all about it, including many of the

a'{ R. J. Knight and Consolidated Naval vision of the National Government. A thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
Stores Company, $2,000; R. J. Knight syndicate recently purchased a tract & Co.. Bing amton N. Y., be sure and ----- -- ---- ----------
and J. W. McIntosh and J. P. Williams of 3,000 acres near Satsuma Heights, mention this aper.

Company: $2,000; R. J. Knight and W. and this land is now being cleared pre- Don't make\ any mistake. but remember

J.. McIntosh and Consolidated Naval paratory to planting camphor trees. the! name. Swi np-root, I>r. Kilmer's Swamp- Second-Hand Typewriters
.5 Root and the address Bingbanipton N. Y.,
4 Stores Company and J. B. Martin el The company is said to have good financial on every bottle .

at, $2,000. I ----- --, .--
backing, and if the experiment

Robert :McCarrell filed suit today proves a success anotner industry of SURVEYIN&\AMONG PANTHERS ALL MAKES ALL PRICESTerms

against the Jacksonville Concrete no means proportions will be added to \ ,

t Company for damages for alleged infringement the many resources of Putnam county. Oklahoma Transit Man Saw a Sight to Suit
That Made Him .
on patent for stucco building The promoters are leased thus :ar, Gasp.A

: stone and pavement. and the outlook is one of much prom- surveyor mploYed by the St.
Louis, Bartlesville and Pacific Railroad Typewriter i
l{ ise.Palatka Times-Herald. \ Repairing a Specialty
which build
company, purposes to a
;; Although orders were given to sus-
Hoe from Joplin. 10., to Pond Creek. I
paid all operations' on the Key :West Rivers and His Two WivesF. remArkable
Okla.. saw a sight through
extension of the F. E. C. Railway south R. Rivers, alias Renero, came the glass of bl.s\\ transit instrument RIBB01'TS

c f -of Long Key only that work in the immediate from Tifton, Ga., several months ago, while running; a survey on Sand creek

vicinity of Key West has been and located in Hamilton county, where fifteen or sixteen miles northeast of We guarantee our Ribbons to be Non-Filling and I II
materially effected though the order is 1 he married a girl named Mary Watson 'awbuska. in the Osage Indian reservation I '

being carried* out as rapidly as possible. The marriage occurred a month ago. recently, -rites a Blackburn Durable

,, This comes about by the better part of Last week the Hamilton county author- (Okla.) correspondent of the Kansas t
City Star. The at that place
the 'work being in such condition thatit ities received word that Rivers had left Is broken and indented country with canyons. 75. cents each, or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach- I

can not be stopped on such short no- Tifton, where he had a wife and four Tbe surveyor Lad turned his instru- 4

lice without the same being either destroyed children in destitute circumstances. A ment to see the flagman behind him. ine. Any color. ,

or badly damaged. Some of the warrant was issued and Deputy Sheriff The flagman was seen, plainly but beyond .i
work will be finished within week oth- the about COO
a Hancock of Hamilton here flagman yards was
came over CARBON PAPER ;
of in week something that caused the to
er parts it a or two and so ont after his who located surveyor
man, was at Mercer's -

l,4 the probability being that it will be a mill at Old Columbus. Yesterday gasp the in edge astonishment.of a small' A large clearing pantherat was Our Carbon Paper is the Best. $1.65 to $4.00 per :

_4 month or more yet before all of the operations Sheriff
Deputy Stokely went to Colum- gazing Intently at the surveyors.
south of Long Key have come box 100 sheets to the box.
bus and arrested Rivers who was turn- Through the glass the panthers every
ta a temporary standstill At Long movement could be The
ed over to Deputy Hancock. Wife No. clearly seen.
Key and all points this side there has Can furnish any size any color.
2, begged and plead for the release of surveyors shouted at the beast which I
t' been let-up whatever in the work into the timber.
no quickly ran
her husband but to avail. It is
no -- ---- I
and it is being pursued energetically -
I said that wife No. 1 will come to Flor-
as ever. There are now about fifteen 'Long About August.
Ida and prosecute her recreant bus I I 'Long about In August we'll be happy on
i hundred men all told at work the extension -
on 1
band to the bitter end.-Live Oak the way.
t and the greater majority oft Democrat. When the sun' Is climbin higher to the
them will remain steadily with the com middle o the day. \
Shade tree over yonder whete the long,
during the summer.Miami MetropoliS -
pany straight furrow ends.
SELF HANGING DEVICE. An' a watermelon picnic with'a' plenty for I
ij* < your friends! Jacksonville Fla.

Former Baseball Pitcher Tests New ,
} A Valuable Lemon .Long about In August we'll forget the
"Six years ago learned a valuable leaf i." Plan on Negro Murderer.To winters rule. ,.
;, hk t writes John Peasant.of Magnolia. Ind. "I :save the nerve of tender hearted Tninkin then of Hftln' every mortgageoff I
f 1 then began taking Dr. King's New Life Pills. officials Sheriff ,\. C*. luinU-rt of Pitts the mule;
; and the longer I take them tbe better I find When the -orn Is pettin golden, your
P burr, formerly pitcher te riiKag
them. They please everybody. Guaranteed : a on trouble's takln wins.
at TitusvilJe Pharmacy and Banner DrugStore t Xatijn.ii !losfnie Basel till t*':in;. suc- You see the silver shinin an' you hear
25c. -efiIl.v put Into use the other day a the dollar's ring!

self: hanging device of his own inventi'Ki. *
'Long about In August-an the time it
Painful Accident says a l'iU"hur 1')1) <'1'1:11 to the won't be long \ r
The hrart'll then be of the v c ,
keepin' sweetest /1,1
1 S Guy Whilden son of Chas. Whilden, Chicago Keconl-Herald. The device time to .
was tried (,!I howling Green a no rowlftf \ /
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of Livingston, met with an accident Friday Thankful for the blessm's of the field an ,
murderer, who \\ent singing t\ of the plain.
night that him of his lefI3g. '
I part the -raUows. Gettln \'l1J" to happiness an' singln'
1 The young man who is about? 'nin gain!*'
Whitbe deputy sheriff.tod! un the
.... -Atlanta Cot\stltutton.
Sears of age tried to board the southbound trap plcclns: the noose at>ut the condemueil .

train which leaves here at S :-1'> man*! tick the sheriff: sti,*! For Over Sixty Years

and it seems that in getting off after with :i wire held! tight In his hand
:Mrs. Winslows' Soothing :Syrup has
The action of. the in
riding about 100 yards he slipped :n deputy stepping been used for over sixty years by million!
f: some manner and the wheels passl.1I of? the trap loosened the wire and th<' of mothers for their: children while te-thing -

: over his ankle. The 'oungman could weight of the murderer sprung; It.Grean's with jterfiTt icws?. It soothe the r ? ,tlI\ I
Ixxiy darted through; thv chilil, softens the gum*, allays: aill'ain. C q
not walk and laid down near the water openins: in tli* t'oor of tin- gallows, and cure n ird colic, anal i is thiiest remwh

, tank where he was found by Hugh death the j)!iys vlans said was almost for liarrlmta. It will rdi-'ve the JlIJr| I

Rooney. He was taken to the Harnt; Instantaneous.: tV mails neck U>ing lit lb.saffererimmtmliatt-lv." !Sold I II" drns ,
Sanitarium where Drs. Harris and Me. broken. It i is claimed for this 11 \'k't' :! !'ts in every part' of the world. Twenty I
hive rents a botlle. Be stiff. and a-I. fir
that no on" i>er:oii liears the vliinu of: j
Ewan. after in examination decided '*
: to "Mrs. Wins-low's :-:,'tlthill'yrup; : amtike I
l being a hansriuiii. the condemned .
amputate part of the foot. The :young man no nt|I..r )k'nd. inaratitifd at.dhrthe ,
man seems unable to state just how the doing more than his part. food and Serial tuimlKTlO''S.A } .
: accident occurred other than that he decided Famous Hotel Durned.
: to ride to tl'e crossing and in getting The Long Leach hotel, near New ,

off felt a sharp pain in his foot and York city for mon' than a quarter uf n ".F

k was forced to lay down as he could not a century famous as oue of the larger irdl BRLAIi! kUt

.;* \ hostelries oa the Atlantic coast was i'j

narrow totally destroyed l II y fire on the morn !1 ///'c.: ''ro ..." '- U AND
Sag of July 2Vi. There l.Wguests ) I'I. /'"
: were over
paid the! forfeit hr: jumping on a fast N' s.- j;" .' t;> to
and employees in the building : : :
i train in the dark; His narrow escape all of whom :1'r ,". .,.. ,.. /. /.J
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; osealed.- /v .,; "- ':.! /J
should ---
ii' { from death serve as.a warning ? "ryiJiA1i
f to others who are in the habit of trymgi Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer, : 1""r"M", ," 1';. ri !5\
{ Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf
the of train.-Orlando i tL.J'U"r. :
{ to ride steps a : "- ''
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* Reporter. :
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hot or fail of humor, if you have blood .
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l poison, ramrr. carbuncles, rating sores. : For sale by the
1.1 hat'" AWFVLTIMEBut HTofnla, eczema, itching, risings; and
few does;of this remedy will invariably -
skin bone
humpaca >hv, pimply pains, +
: But Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and catarrh rheumatism blood cure an ordinary attack of INDIAN
or any or RIVER
\ Diarrhoea Keinrtly Cured Him diarrhoea.
.J kill disease: take Botanic mood Balm
It is with pleasure that I give you this unsolicited (I;. B. B. ) Soon all sores heal, ache It can always be tIel""nlf'1111pon,
A J testimonial Alxmt a year aso whenI and pains stop and the blood is mad even in the more severe attacks of
.. of measles I ransht in cramp colic and cholera morbr. MUSIC HOUSE
; had a severe case got l nre and rich. Druzsists or by express
a i; 1. a hard rain and the images stttlcd in my $1 per large bottle. :Sample free by writing It is equally successful for bummer ,
,. E stomach and bowels. I had an awful time Blood Balm (.0.tlanta, Ga.: II. B. .diarrhoea and cholera infantum inchildren
and had it not been for the use of Chamber & and is the means of savin TITUSVILLE
B. is advised for chronic dt> FLA.
. lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I p- the lives of children each ,
could not have possibly lived but a few hours seated cases, as it cures: after all else fails. many year.
When reduced with water and
: longer, but thanks to this n-nieily, I am now
sweetened it is
to take.
strong and well. I have written the above C.A.STOn.X pleasant
through simple gratitude and I shall always ear the iti Kind III Nary alaas2igaatare B J Every man of a family should keep
'4' speak a good word for this remedy. Sam. II. this remedy in his home. Pony it now.
f ; < win, Concord. Ga. For sale by Tttusville #-.I-- PRICE, 2;?:ic. LARGE SIZE, 5oc.
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IP: : V EVENTS$ AT THE HAGUE MICGrease- Which ODD Only HAIR the MATTRESS.To Nation's Greatest. I -'. '


ambition of the barbers of the

How Peace Conference, Delegates off tt"e roa load m.les the made of the
U\es of a hair mattress
Employ Their Leisure dsce'gh avid .
Time. e team hirsute clippings of.their dignified pa- .

l1clps tea.1I1stet.paJs trous seems likely soon to be realized s

the destt05 says the Washington Star. It was a

INFLUENCE'OF AMERICANS. practi.ca11I vesl fthefrict.ion. m long time ago that these barbers it is .

comes alleged entered Into a conspiracy to -

?ear' ettougb to life have a little graft in common with the

Only Delegation on Which Two PresU 18nagne note. practice In other walks of life official The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been t

dencies of Honor Have Beep Con. of ahea9 doneth b. and otherwise. They aimed high-in In use for.over 30 years, has borne the sinatnre: of

ferred-Industrious Chinamen Whenat fact at the heads of their august .
Ana hedeale.tfo1DUcaale very and has been made under his personal -
Liberty Perfect'Themselves In Occidental r\\ Ask customers-and began at once to save supervision since Its infancy.1

Languages. Grease. the hair clippings that were ordinarily !
, ". OlL to\L Allow no one to deceive you in this.
gathered and sent to the waste
be StNDMARINE All Counterfeits Imitations and Just-as-good" are but
may the divergence of ,
Not will have
heap. only they a use-
opinion on the burning questions off ful article when they succeed in their Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of \ U i

the hour among the delegates to The Y purpose but they will possess the Infants and Childre'n-Bxperience against Experiment. : t j

I'Vhatever: Hague peace conference they are t' strangest hair mattress In the world.

: r t unanimous in their opinion about The They will be able to sell it It they .

.>: Hague. They think it most admirably i desire with a certificate, their signa- What is CASTORIA I
t: chosen as the place of for the
tures witnessed by a notary public,
.."" parliament Castoria is harmless substitute for Castor OQ Paregoric ;+
V of nations. The admiration BALLS LATEST FAD. declaring even the names of distin- a .

', expressed for Holland's "garden city" guished statesmen who contributed to Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It i

1/) is universal, writes W. J. L. Kiehl, the Summer Girls Divide Bathing Hours their hair graft. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic I

special correspondent of the Chicago With Favored Admirers. The barbers since they determined substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms 1
News at The
i- Hague. One of the merriest frolics the prolific upon this campaign for a senatorial and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind .

.y Nowhere else are such advantages of brain of a. flirtatious summer maiden hair mattress have naturally had their Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation !

c seaside and woodland scenery ancient could devise is upon Asbury Park N. preferences for well haired senators and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the :
4 buildings and historical associations to and bald have little with
V be found together. The assembly hall Jn says the Philadelphia Inquirer. A them. Various men balls of standing fame have Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. ;.
T. delicious subtle danger threatens mere The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. !
of the conference the Rldderzaal
or been erected and dedicated to men of
hall of the knights, is praised for its man, and, though warned of his danger high accomplishments but it is doubtful '

z r; architectural worth and for the consistent yet he will walk gladly Into the if any ball of fame ever included GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSctie

( way In which It was restored undertow. more distinguished names than this

and fitted for modern use. Especiallythe From time immemorial the ballroomhas mattress of fame the sole qualification Signature of
Japanese delegation expressed been the hunting ground of the bewitching .-
of which has been a seat in ..
I themselves as delighted with this ancient Miss Petticoats, and a heavy' the senate and a bunch of good hair.
Gothic mortality list is shown by her well fill- i
h structure and Its harmonious The barbers were sorely disappointedthat

furnishings. Such praise from ed dance programme. Yet despite f em- they did not get another chanceto.

i the admitted oriental leaders of art Is nine charms men are not partial to trim Senator Fpooners hair which t f

) not to be counted lightly. summer ballrooms, and while dancing was flaunted before them In an aggravating -

Every hour which is not taken up by with'another manless beauty a few way every time the little

official duties the delegates spend at evenings since a pretty maid in a lo- giant visited the barber shop to be

L Scheveningen, the seaside suburb of cal hostelry conceived the "marine shaved, as was his custom daily. The KM You Have Always
I, The Hague. Indeed, several delegations ball"-the division of her bathing hours "Hair cut, sir?" the obsequious barber -
V have taken up their headquarters among favored male admirers record would inquire. i
1 In Use For Over 30 Years.
there-the American and the French being kept upon a card similar to her The senator would thoughtfullyshake
and of the German order of dance. TMC CCHTKU eor...=.tT MUHMT.TMCCT. MtW TOM*OTTU.
delegations part his head and the hopes of the
and Italian delegations. Several others There is a suggestion; of French fantasticness barber would sink Into his shoes. i.t

:, are contemplating a move from The about the idea. Perhaps it The barbers have always liked. Sena- '

Hague to Scheveningen. If you wish had its origin at the French watering tor Dick and when they are let loose .

r ., to speak to a delegate you have to be places, but the American girl can be with his hair with Instructions to "use

at his hotel quite early in the morning depended upon to round out the idea their judgment" they will make it nec-

for otherwise he is off to the seaside. with characteristic vigor and originalIty. essary for all the newspapers and magazines OF SEA ROUTES. a

V. Indeed, perhaps it would be best to arrange of the country to lay in a QUEEN r
for interviews on the sands, The idea Is not general property yet stock of new photographs.

where the delegates sit In quaint, hood- by any means, although it promises to Senator Stewart and Senator Peffer .t!

ed, wickerwork chairs and enjoy the become Immensely popular. At the are looked back upon by the barbersas

sea breezes while discussing the situa- hotel enlivened by the graceful pres- relics of "those good old times," the

tion In a very unofficial manner. ence of the dainty damsel who first return of which Is hoped for, but hard. Merchants & Miners Lines
Tbe first days after their arrival were voiced the diversion the following conversation Iy expected. Steamship

fully occupied in official visits and In was overheard recently:

"Oh, flame, who have you given your -BETWEEN-
making and renewing one another's ac-
quaintance.A bath to this morning?

most amicable tone prevails among Fresh and piquant In her morning
Trousers Saved Men on Twentieth NNBALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct
of figured lawn, Mame glances
the delegates. If the same spirit could gown '
Limited Train.
beneath her sunshade and
be diffused among the nations which back from
E. R. Buckley a hotel clerk and
they represent, there would be no need replies: -
of a peace conference. It is but natural "I forgot I must look at my book. George Elliott an actor of New York Connections for .
Oh. Charley Spooner! had a ride atop a car on the Twen-
of the yes
that the representatives
"I have him tomorrow. lIe isn't tietfi Century Limited the other night
great world powers among which area Washington New York and Boston.
reckoned the United States and Japan much of a swimmer, but he's awfully that rivaled the death defying acts of ,

should have a preponderant influence athletic looking and his bank roll Is circus artists says a Cleveland (0.) .
dispatch to the New York Tribune.
his muscle.
big as
but several of the smaller states, as
them Holland, Belgium and the "Well you just watch me capture They boarded the train at Buffalo and Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations .
among that six foot life guard at Seventh ave held tight to band rails on the top of
Republic, through the great
Argentine and cuisine
nue. I'm going to make him come out the car. They were found unconscious unsurpassed.SEND .
of their representatives,
ability wben the train reached Cleveland and
great weight In the scale.It after me tomorrow. FOR BOOKLET. tt
Is interesting to contrast the atti- High tide and low tide baths are the were arrested but were released by
most popular some of the lovely creatures Judge Fiedler, who was moved by
tude of the expectant effacement of Ja H. C.YEUr Com'I'-\bentJaeksOlni1le.
their ,
being forced to make the gentlemen story.
In lt 09 with its great influence In
the pan present conference. Japan has sent draw lots for ten minute sectionsof "We went so fast" said Elliott "that J. C. WHITNEY,2d V. P. & T.M., W.P. TURNER: P. T. !!.,
them. we thought we had been shot out of .

a very numbers strong and deputation diplomatic both ability.Another as re-. 'j be high tide requires strong and the mouth of a cannon. A pair ol GENERAL OFFICES BALTIMORE, MD.

gards capable partners but as there are desirable trousers saved our lives. When we
which is corning to
men who are not athletic the boarded the train we each had an extra
It is also ably repre-
the fore is China.
is maidens consult the bathing hour cardIn pair wrapped in paper, and we
of China"
sented. "The making dates. The muscleless but used these to tie ourselves to the handrail
illustrated by the various
graphically who do not moneyed ones are reserved for a sand with. Asore 'Ihroai is
members of Its delegation : adangerous
promenade or a waist deep dip eud- "The noise was terrible; the cinders I
use their free time In diversions, In with an "honest" plunge. The burned our hands and faces; the smoke 1
to ;
take the exceptional the opportunity of more athletic! partners are reserved for and the dust nearly choked us to malady fl...
in languages
perfect themselves swim and a frolic on thedlt'illg death: the sudden jolt would have
out to sea
which English i< nn don I need Ho t'
the Occident, among raftPennsylvania's thrown us to certain death had wo nol bulyou
One of tin Chinese .
their first object been ti(>Cl. We otli lost consciousness!
delegates spends two hours every after we had been jolted around. 'tie a sock around
of the EuzIUh Tree Growing Bounty.
morning in the study ;
"Neither of ux wool take another
language which he still speaks rather There is a law on the statute hooks such ride for a million dollars. Wewvn neck to cure it.SMOW j
but fluently. lIe said, of IVunsjlvauiavlmh ought to havea
imperfectly, very
> fair to face with death every
with much gee! "During the open sit wide circulation. It is "an act for minnts-"

ting of the conference we Chinamen I the encouragement of fon' tryo"
could scarcely The law takes the nest means possible -
t sat so tight, so tight we Provisions of Odd Will.
had been reserv- to eucourazj owners nr land t<>
move because places Gr strong un .I\'r"iull to pianos and
ed for only nine and twelve came." preserve and propaznte timber trees. nrgan. did ::ii Tliornburp. a wealthy

The Chinese and Japanese also make for It allows a reduction of taxes to farmer near New Ilurlmston. In'l.
here and there over the the owner of forest w liioh comes
excursions when
J>OXM'sy lurinii his lifetime that
institutions to certain requirement of the set
,_ country to study Dutch up ho nude his will he alloweil his aversi .
waterways and harbors. says the PitMiurc Chronklt.-Tell'- <.n to crop ofit.s.jys a Man:-i.i Im5! I
take advantage w 1; 'tzrtat tliron' in shrt orler.
Ioose'elt who graph. The first man tit -
As it was President special to the Indianapolis News. 1I<* ". t- 1'.".,-.
the of the new law is an Allegheny -
really took the initiative in calling names; his dat'sjliter )1 r"'*. II'!!:i Taylor .; :, :, .:. .
of "
It is; not to be. wondered county farmer. )Ir. Tenner
peace conference anti her husband. John ':'r, t:"vi-
States hay Leet township. .>Ir. Tenw1ms (tit- .,-,, ATZCl.CUTS fci liKUISES
the United U4l.SSf ,
at that \! sees of his property as tour A- tl.vj t'A : : '-: : :: \.
mighty influence in the conference tamed from the county iisioners not allow a piano or orsna tit "t'Iit' little QURt' HliljOLD: : SORES, snrv JOINTS, tliURN3

How great this influence has becomecan I a reduction of :\iiTiO: on his taxes for their IIOUM It is provided that! the ; ANA ALL PAI\\: $. I
the fact that the complying t,Uh the provn< of the
be judged from I property shall revert to other heirs
American delegation;; is the only one on law. It i is rather reuiarknb't tlir.t theecoml should either Mr or Mrs Taylor uc- GAVE L\TS7A>T T RELIEF.Jl ,
of honor have = c"tlnty in the state in i>oint of "
which two presidencies numb to the "piano or organ crare 1
conferred. (Ilulatit'llhnultl: l e the tint to paya F 'nry; Stone, 'Prve. r, :ar. writ' : "r have used Ballird'3
been bounty for forest pn:>i>r\lthn under f 81'Lil m'31:; for )..uri-one-echo and Sore Tl-r:>At. t
Food For Hogs. the new lawbut such is the O.IM \vJ.ich r.pon application :P" : ritee ipstans-> Hef. I can. r.'comfe. t1.r
Bread a Cheap mp)1d i :is learns tae !*sf IlJI'nt I ewer used in curing
The price of com and other feed for j jjain uiosvd: fr.ixi >.rnili: ia, o*."
Is noW too high for the fanners of Aged Senator Cead. 0,",'
k PRICH 2oc 50c' AND 51.00
western Pennsylvania who have taken t"uited :States Senator EJnnind W TutfsPills

to bread for fattening their piss; saysa IVttu Alabama died s>ude Vily at '"

J Pitt burs dispatch to the New York Hot Spring X. C.. July 27. following a
Ballard Sncrv Liniment Co. :
The gathering of stale and stroke of apoplexy. lie was l'ihty.ix .
Tribune. Rill save the dyspeptic from many l
old bread for the farmers' pips has become years: of ase. lIe served In the Mexican : days of misery,and enable him to eat 500-502 North Second Street.
a small industry in PitMwR war anti afterward raided a regiment ." hate\er he wishes. They prevent

This kind of food costs the farmer a for service In the Confederatearmy SICK HEADACHE ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. t

.f trifle more than a cent a pound at during the civil war in whichhe ,
The the food to assimilate and nourish
but rates are going up. served with distinction. cause
present the body,give keen appetite
Is S3 cents a hundred
Sold and Recommended byStore
The farmer pays 1C cents for the OA.STOn.XA.. DEVELOP flESH

the cost of stale bread for 1Na KiId You Bata iiways Brit
sacks so B..the and solid muscle. Elegantly sugar -
Crackers are Tit a vr111o PbnrJ.nncy and
$1.01. --
the pigs Is now .d coated.
being used where the bread supply Ere vl Take No Substitute. Banner Drug '



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Much sympathy is felt here for the JAMESPMTCHARDPresident. WINSTON S.BBANNIXG. Vice-President and Cashier 4COUNTY .

i LATEST COUNTY I family of Mr. R. E. Mims, of Bona-

venture, whose sudden death was When the
Indian River State
quite a shock to our community,and

especially for Mrs. Pearl Carter,who

Little Happenings That Help to MakeUp was away on her wedding trip and Hair Falls DEPOsrroRY
could'not reach home in time for the
f3 $ the Weekly Keispaper funeral. Authorized Capital, $100,000; Paid-up Capital, $25,000; Average Deposits,f200,000
a' COCOA Mrs. Helen Cannatta Nisbet is in Then it's time to act! No time
;town spending a few days with her to study, to read, to experi- GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
is at
Miss May Davis, of Augusta, :old school mates. 0II You
ment want to save
home with her parents,Mr. and:Mrs. your
/ A. J. Davis,in the south end of town. II :Miss Maggie Carter went to Rock- hair, and save it quickly, too! LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK OX TIlE RIVER
ledge last week to visit her friend, So make mind this
News was received last week of the Miss Hattie Bower. up your Exchange bought; and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated.
ai death of Chas. Alexander at Thomas- very minute that if your hair Prompt service polite treatment and every favor consistentwith
Mr. A. B. Carter finished work at conservative banking granted
.r ville, Ga. Mr. Alexander formerly ever comes out you will useAyer's
Cocoa last week and took his boat CORRESPONDENTS:
clerked with the Indian River Drug Hair Vigor. It makes ..
around the island last Sunday.Mr. i Empire Trust Company:! Broadway, New York Citr;The Atlantic National Bank f .
The hair
of the scalp healthy.
Co., and was a gentleman many
et.E I B. of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida
E. Lindabury Guy Mun-
good qualities.The stays in. It cannot do any-
I son have been clearing the canal between TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.jJ.
Cocoa House is now ready for thing else. It's nature's way. ;
.Indian river and Honeymoonlake.
the plasterers and will soon be ready Tlia best kind of a testimonlal-
for business.Mr. "Sold for over sizty years." E. L. BRADY & BRO., I 4

Mrs. Rose Stellar, a German wom- race Dye.\;.Ayer Coto rell.Mass.manu&otaren
J. M. Sanders is now giving Al.o orS -
an from Cocoa, is keeping house for A ,.RSA!'
premiums to purchasers of goods. Dr. Wittfeld.Mrs. hers PILLS. .iQI11A. Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products ; .

The Fiske building is now under CIlEUY> > PECTORAL. -.
J Henry Wilson and daughter, We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively!
way. It will be a concrete block 80 in the above lines of goods,and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices OB .
Mrs. Honeywell, and little Miss Ger- Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY& BRO..TITrsVILLL FlA. .
by 100 feet.
trude Honeywell, of Canaveral, are much enjoyed by all present. In
Mr. H. H. Floyd, tax collector of ),
spending week with Mrs.Jane Tay-
a spite of the warm weather the danc- J.wk'c'NT
St. Johns county, is visiting his son, lor. SID
ing was kept up until the early morn- ,

A. J. Floyd. Avery large and beautifully marked ing. Music was furnished on the and Groceries liar, l'rodlice'otlall}i I
r Capt. H. Fischer, of Savannah, is specimen of horned owl visited the! violin and guitar. Staple Fancy ;lnds,
in town on a visit to his sister, Mrs.
poultry yards at Munson's last Monday -. VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY I:
Don't Grumble
Adam S. Dixon.
night and killed a large Buff t
Snell of Eau Gallie When your joints ache and you suffer from Tl1us'V111c.; : : Florida.r .
Miss Edna Plymouth Rock hen. He came back 1 rheumatism buy a bottle of Ballard's Snow
spent several days with :Miss Pearl at dusk the next evening to finish his i Liniment and get instant relief. A positive
-rr rr=Jr=rJrer=r r Jr=r Jr=r-1 rr r-rr rr J
cure for rheumatism,barns cuts.contracted
Bradford.Mr. : feast when Guy shot him. His matecame .o musics sore chest, etc Mr. I.T. Bogy a

and Mrs. S. S. Jones accom- to find him several evenings, prominent merchant at Willow Point.Texas TITUSVILLE BOAT CO.
: sass that he finds: Ballard's Snow Linimentthe
panied their aunt as far as Montgomery but finally left without molestingthe ; best all round liniment he ever used.

Ala. She will make her home in chickens. Sold Drug Titusville Pharmacy and Banner Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers I

Selma, Ala. There will be a union service of the

The Carrington cottage is in the Eau Gallie and Georgiana churchesat MIDIS Marine: Railway 1

hands of the carpenters, who are put- Georgiana next Sunday. Seniceat W. S. Ballou has returned from Launches carefully stored for the summer months

ting an addition to it. 11 a. m. and 2 p. m. Everyonecome the springs and is feeling in much
r=Jr=Jr=Jr=J=r=Jr= ,=.Ir=Jr=r=Jr=r=Jr=Jr=JrJr=Jr=r=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=J _= :::::J
t Mrs. S. Sanders, of Indianola, was and bring lunch. better health.
visiting relatives in town Saturday. Eczema Mrs. L. L. Price and babies are enjoying -
Lt Jas. Pritchard & Son
' ., left for few weeks'vacation in South
: Col. S. F.Travis on Sunday For the good of those su@ering with eczema a
z Virginia, where he will accompany or other such trouble,I wish to say, my wife Carolina. Titusville, Fla.
had soraethiuzofthat kind and after using
his wife and daughter to the e;poe i the doctors'remedies for some time concludedto J. Bailey is stopping with L. L. Agents for the
I try Chamberlain Salve, and it proved to i
sition. be better than anything she had tntd For Price for the present.L. Original T & M Reversible
Mr. Chas. Davis leaves on Thurs- .ile Drug by Store Titusville and all dealers.Pharmacy and Manner J. Fickling is expecting to leave

day for Greenville, S. C., where he Mims shortly. : MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES

t ,t r will engage in business. I TROPIC L. L. Price made a business trip to c' Thoroughly covered by (>atenU

r Fishing is good, with west winds Capt. Casper has treated the Mystic Sanford Saturday for C. J. Coggin. ; The Engine that Runs Without Repairs

= every dock has a fishing party. to a new coat of paint. Preparations are being made for
'Y, a Theo. Travis returned Saturday better These motors are safe and reliable and !
Mrs. Schofield and Miss Nellie fall gardening. There is no
can Ijf operated liy alcohol or kerosene I
from a week's outing. spent Saturday in Cocoa. land in the state for vegetable growing with
as good results as liy using;gasoline! I II
4' The colored people have been having Mr. Eben Booth returned to his I and orange culture. ,

4 p some exciting ball games this home Friday. The orange crop will be a very I TITUSVILLE LIVERY STABLE I

j::1f *;9 week. Mrs. Harrison, Mrs.Schofield, Nellie good one in this section, though not

Ij *<- Mr. Sam Sanders, of Indianola, and Percy were the guests of Mrs. as large as last season.J. Feed and Sale Stables I sfq

jf'. *. came over for his launch on Satur- Casper Sunday. Deal has been spraying the Ma- 4I

> day. It has been at Ronald & Fiske's, The flag at the school house was gruder grove,which is looking fine. I f' SADDLE HORSES :

t : 4 where it has had a thorough over- half mast Friday in respect to the P.t'. Roberts was calling on /; 'fr41 BUGGIES ;

m hauling. memory of the late K. E. Mims. friends at Shiloh a few days ago. SURREYS

' Work will soon begin getting the Mrs. Ensey has recovered from her P. L. Kyzer i is preparing land fore f # '
Cocoa high school ready for use. The and TURNOUTS
recent illness. plant.E. .
: Courtenay children will attend our of all kinds
si Mr. Cass Thomas, of Eau Gallie, Lee is clearing up a fine piece of $
I" school this term, being transportedby Hauling, Etc.
launch. spent Monday morning at Tropic. hammock land that he purchasedfrom ___ n

Prof. and Mrs. H. E. Wakefield ar- We are pleased to say mosquitoes M. T. Jones. J. M. OSBAH, Titus ille, Florida

have entirely disappeared. We are anxious to hear and see -
rived last week and are pleasantly! located
something done toward a hard surfaced I).JI. SPELL E C HARBIN rhanna.-M I r..I I <<< $PELI.BANNER .
in the Episcopal rectory.Mr. Rollins Winter Park, Fla.
-'I '- College, road through to the north
Alex Dyal, of Sharpes, was in
line. We hope tnee the
If you anticipate attending college county
town Tuesday.Mr. this fall do not fail to investigate work tart up ?on. DRUG STORE

A. 0. Lapham made a business i- Rollins. Delightful location thor Some of our growers are highly
this week. ough equipment: fine gymnasium,
trip to the county seat
4 refined surroundings, good boarding pleased with the fine nursery-stock

The remains of Mr. R. E. Mims facilities and all field and water they have secured from J. W. Titusville, Florida

reached here last Friday and were interred sports. For full particulars-and room Shiloh. which was grown on high

in the Cocoa cemetery. :\Ir.I reservations address Wm. F. Blackman hammock land and well rooted also PURE DRUGS and CHEMICALS
Ph. D. President, Orland. Fla.
:4'; Mims was a man of great benefit to --- true to name. FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES

" community, especially in school ----------
'. our
l matters. A large number of friends SHILOH Letter to S. F. Gray PERFUMERY, SAT AIONERYEtc.Soda .

:t met the body and attended the fune- Mr. and Mrs. Cooper>ent: Satur- Titn-titlf, Fia. Water and Ice CreamOur
\ day and Sunday with relatives in Espanola. -
rat The M ims family. have the sym
Lesr Sir: The t'\r.-t: way:: we know of
f. pathy of everyone in their bereave to m.\kt"a little iiKiiiey u (if}"iu.*
ment. Miss Minnie D 'all. of Oak Hill, tu Paint i to paint with the stit.t tl.ut prescription department is in charge of an ex-
fI: I .. spent several days with Miss Gertie tlk!>s It"a..t llitn perienced man, and our drugs and chemicals are all new
}'or atn Imt'air.I'loe 1 To improve the ar-jHtite and !.trt'lIth'ntbt' ; Mosbey last week. It', two(oat:that',.au :l'trh"l1 eVliiti edition of the L" S. PharnucopeaUi
dist-tion:: trya few .K>M-s Chamberlain Mr. Jas. A. Taylor lost a eryal- \ the job i,* done and l the bill omirgin
t Mom h anti Liver TaMrK :Mr. J. H. =SeiU.of i i' is >:X I; the paint. t-tc-, ?17 :fit: : the
'' iv-ton-d uable horse last week, with the stag- .. . + "
Detroit :Mirlu says: "Thry my ap- r.-t i": f.r !hbort.t.! -artt-: the labor i \ M1P'1 ; '
jitite when impair. rt'lit\"t..lll1t.of a Mared : -' gers. Mr. J. \V. Gritfis also had the fixtnzttes1tftoe.shiftira'l'lrrs; -<-af- rES s i scsas s 1111s: z&f 711 r i s ii s ii,1r'c' vViVu c i VmVA!
feehng;and caused a plea.'.uit and satie : -tory ;
movement of the bowel** Price eeJit. misfortune to lose one of his fine f'Idpulirysan.I! rehr*and bra-lung on -
fur at Titu v le! Pharmacy and punt R
I s aniplts lUiiner Irng Store and an deal*'rs.GEORGIANA. horses a few days ago with the stag i Take another job ix.uiiik! : .. tI.atr: \ 1The
$ .- --- another \ aint; it take-' :alt1I1"!: Hit- Geo. H. Fernald Hardware\ Co. Rs.;
l Take another
gers.Miss illi i.: 10 more. virtu -
Gertrude Mesbey left Thursday the same. another paint: it take *!II s.ii. : .

for Berrys Ferry Kentucky lows the iii! i tHUU,
Idian There I? only one I.\(,.; there :i "'?/ MACHINE SHOPS a
? where she will visit her sister Mrs. en 12I1.n; paiits and IOU that: take JO

vacation. May until December, when they will gallons to cover a lH ,gallon j..b l .
The only d.rT.ctilty i i- in iui Mrs. M. M. McLeod and two little both return to Florida. After that you save work; there Plumbing and Metal Work

boys. Don and Hughlett, of Cocoa, Miss Mame Taylor entertained a :re-k-, work in 10 than in 12 or :.'1) :gallon! :

a ,spent several days this week with F. number of friends Saturday evening.The I less l paint to to buy and l less! to brush on andIr.'s :

W. Munson and family. time was mostly spent in games, If wages I>evoe were pay.only little\ \ letter than BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS

h few dancing and music. 'Twas late when others, tliereM be some ditli alty tn finding ,
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce spent a It S'twil'e :;.
the difference.
; days last week at their place in Lot- the party broke up and a jolly, good far as out half the paint; that ou,; ht to be as ..
Agricultural Implements
us. Mr. Pierce is quite well and gets time was had. easy.
much Mr. J. W. Griffis has had a crew It wears longer too. Yoa'U wait a good
deal and
about a good as while if you wait to find out how long; it
{ interest in his groves as if he were a of men across the river cutting poststo wears There are thousands! : of people SANFORD, FLORIDA

and he will be ninety in make a fine grape arbor. who know that the tt'3t gallons! paint
young man
3 longest. Your truly,
I I January next. Florida is certainly The dance given by Miss Mayme 3/wears; F. \V. DEVOE.c CO.I /' JJIJIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIJIIIIIIIIIII.III.I't

the place for old people."UTUW'.3 Taylor Wednesday evening was very *.S. Jas. Pritchard & Son 5t'I our paint. / YyY > >> Y .w+ YYYz

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