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 23, 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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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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: :.: 'DIMS OF' TilEPRESENT A Big Comfort at Small! ExpenseWhat's THE DEPARTMENT STORE Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP ,

annual inven-
Preparatory to our
the use of going sweltering offer all dress goods Bargains in Every Department ANDERSONALS
Z'/= WEEK through the summer season in heavy tory we summer

clothes, when for $8.00 to $18.00 you AT COST MONDAY,AUGUST 26,1907.If .

could be comfortably and stylishly All men's boys' and children's you only knew what bargains Something About the People of Titus- .
'--"Y Tangent Notes Pertaining to Bunts dressed in one of our Schloss tropical clotning. we are going to offer you next weekin '

About Tom suits? All millinery goods. dress goods-if you only knew that rile as They Come and Go 4.
Transpiring Come in and see the handsome All men's straw hats.
whole skill and attention is given
A cool drink cool
at place at
..f A cool drink at a cool place 'at"MANDY'S. models we are showing in these feath- AH ladies', children's and infants' to pleasing our'customers these timesif a

!" er-weight-piecesuits. All styles, low cut shoes. I.- you only knew that we are showing MANDY'S.The \
i all fabrics, all sizes, all pjrices-and Big reductions in other lines.all the styles of the hour, you wouldbe celebrated Plant Juice Remedies -
The best ice in town at the satisfaction guaranteed.Also remainder of July. !
cream through the sure to come and see what we havein are for sale by C. Collins.
Banner Drug Store. have complete line of blue JOHN WALKER & CO. the way of midsummer bargains.The .
serge and mohair single coats. The following are only a few offerings We are headquarters forcold drinks
It is rumored that Titusville correct article for summer. $1.00, that we will make on Monday and ice cream. Banner Drug Store '
Schools \
.soon have a resident dentist. $5.00, $6.00 and $7.50. Brevard County High

t v Ask Mr. Wilson about that premium Send us your order for the best The Titusville, Cocoa and Eau Gal- next.Lawns in endless variety of stripes, Dr. Blakewood returned from his \1

? proposition.J.R.Walker&Co. goods at most reasonable prices. lie schools will begin the 1907-8 session plaids and figures, manufacturer's I visit to Osteen Tuesday afternoon.

WINSTON S. BRANNING Monday, Sept. 9,1907. price 20 cents, Monday's price 12 1-2 Mr. J. T. Knox, of New Smyrna,
will preach at Ti-
Rev. Wm. Stones cents: per yard. in town the latter of last
Clothing House JOHN R. WALKER, Supt.More part
tusville next Sunday at 11 a. m., and Bates' chambrays in solid colors,
Titusville, Florida. worth 15 cents, for 12 1-2 cents per
at Oak Hill at 3 p.m. I.
Saw Mill MachineryTwo yard. Mr. C. P. Honeywell, keeper of the .., I.was

{ Mrs. G. Nolle and daughter, Mrs. State Pensions of Honor carloads of machinery arrived Royal Worcester corset,this is one Canaveral light house was in townno

J. T. Maguire, have returned home Editor of THE FLORIDA STAB again last Saturday for the Titusville of the best makes of corsets on the business Wednesday.All .

from a few months spent in the market, in most any.shape or style
Lumber Co. One of the contain .
in cars
On August 1st there was a letter wish, the models are perfect, of the fish houses are sending'orward

north. the Cocoa and Rockledge News,writ- ed a machine fitted with twenty band you worth 1.50, Monday's special 99 big shipments of fish not- -

The Titusville baseball nine expects ten by Dr.G. W. Holmes,for the ben saws for ripping a log up into thin cents each. withstanding the all night moonlight

I to play either Cocoa or Eau Gallie at efit of the public, especially the old lumber. The other car contained Chiffon veiling, worth 35 cents, nights.

this place next Thursday,' the 29th and various smaller parts of Monday only 25 cents per yard.
failed to
ex-Confederates. All who pumps '
Ladies' ready made skirts at a big Mrs. W. F. Allen and baby and
inst. read it missed a treat. The doctor machinery for the mill. reduction. Mrs. S. E. Rice and son returned

Messrs. Wade H. Jones and W, S. has a big heart and the latch string Swiss embroidery, handsome patterns home yesterday from Social Circle,
a part of yesterday his door. I School Addition Nearly Done 8 inches wide, likely could not '
Branning spent hangs on the outside of 'Ga., from a two months' stay.
hi Sanford inspecting the celery of the old ex-Confederates, The addition to the public school be bought for less than 20 cents
as one 12 1-2 cents
wholesale, Monday only It is reported that four new en-
building is in the hands of the painters -
.farms. thank him for his kindly feeling toward
per yard. gines for the Florida East Coast rail-
L. J. Fickling and family left us. While Dr. Holmes, as a and plasterers this week, Con- Figured cross-barred dimities,
t will be into commission.New .
;' Wednesday for Jacksonville, where Union soldier, fought to restore the tractor Hall and carpenters being at manufacturer's price 15 cents, Mon- way soon put

i he has a position as car inspectorwith i Union with a clear conscience, thinking work for a few days repairing the day's special 12 1-2 cents per yard. i. supply of Victor talking ma-
Confederates home of Mrs.W.T.Mathers, in South Special prices on ribbons,all colors. chine records are received at the Indian -
.t the A. C. L.1' he was right, the Ladies' oxfords, in black, white
River Music House week.
and his
Titusville. Mr. Wm. Maier every
'Dr. F. H. Houghton left Daytona fought with a clear conscience, too, and golden brown, at prices that ,
Come in and hear.them at time. '\
establisha assistant, Mr. Bethea, are doing matched. any
Tuesday for Westerville, Ohio, for believing they had right to cannot be
government of their own. painting, which includes the whole Mosquito canopies, with brass Mrs. W.Cleveland and children re- j
:: his summer vacation,expecting to re- find him working for the size 90 inches by 9 yards,
Now we exterior of the building. frames turned to their home in Arcadia the
turn to Florida about the first of old ex-Confederates to be honored worth $2.50 special Monday $1.98. .
first of the week, after spendingsome
November.The with a state pension. Much has been Kline's Specials in Clothing and Another lot wooden turnover
and the and worth for $1.19. time at the home of Mr. J. M.Osban. .
Victor Junior talking machines said about the blue gray Gents' Furnishing DepartmentIf frames, $1.75
the doctor writing shows the real essence Mail orders promptly filled on any s
t. at only $10.00 can be had at the Indian of the lion wanting to break you want any clothing you will of the above goods. the
Dr. H. G. has
River Music House. This is by bread with the lamb. If I have been' never have a better opportunity than JULIUS KLINE, Titusville.'Phone Utley
week. We will cut the prices Gaulden cottage, next door to THE
p far the best talking machine for the rightly informed every state in the next No. 8. '
that is the market today. Confederate states is under obliga- almost in half and I want to tell you STAR office, and expects to move into ,
price tion to take care of their soldiers and the assortment is mighty good. We To Stop Orange SpeculationThe the same the first of the coming
Persons who desire to make complaint their families, the same as the U. S. can fit you and suit you.
JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. Florida Orange Growers Co., month.
regarding their assessmentswill pensioners are taken care of today.
please note that the same must The surrender came in 1865 and 'Phone No.8. with a capital stock of $10,000, has Miss L. P. Smith, who has been on

made the September meeting peace was declared, leaving the Confederacy been organized at Plant City with a few weeks' visit with her sister,
be at Buy Your Clothes Now
of commissioners poverty stricken and unableto Josiah \ arn, of Manatee, president; Mrs. C.J. Denham expects to returnto
.,. of the board county their obligations. accidental insurance policy for
meet An J. W. Sample, of Bartow, vice presi- her home in Augusta, Ga.,this af-
There is quite a contrast between free with suit ordered
have the"Dentos" $1,000 every
: Dr. Urich expects dent, and Dr. R. H.Peacock, of Win- : ternoon.
Sun- I forty years ago and today. Today prior to Oct.1,1907. No Better Tailoring -
towed to Rockledge the Confederate states have grown in i in the World.J. terhaven, secretary.The Miss Cook was called to her homein

", day, where the boat will be hauled wealth strong with an increase every R. WALKER & Co. purpose of the company is to St. Augustine by the illness of her

out for cleaning and overhauling. year and now the state of Florida can have representatives in the various mother. Her departure Sundaywas
well afford pension of honor for the Caught Right in the ActA
launch is expected to a
W. Taylor's
Mrs. Collins
the amount
remaining few of the old ex-Confed- markets to post it as to deeply regretted by

do the towing. erates of good standing for services negro woman by the name of of fruit that can be used from time to and family with whom she had visited
Mary George, who has been servingout
Letters from the Titusville people rendered forty odd years ago. a sentence at the county jail for time and sending in such orders as for a few weeks.

who are at present stopping in Ashe-I J. Indianola R. F., Fla. adultery by working about the jail, such representatives may receive in Mr. R. R. Pyles came from Hast-

ville, N. C., are to the effect that was caught Tuesday afternoon in the order that the company may not glut ings Sunday to see the new daughterthat
they are having a perfectly lovely For Sale act of carrying off a bag of articles* the market at any one point. arrived at his home here last
Sheriff Brown and
which belonged to
F time. Asheville has lost none of its I This company through its vice pres- week, returning Tuesday. He is i ii
Tomato and Cabbage Plants, best family.
t' great renown as a tourist resort of varieties. J. R. WALKER The negress: was discovered leavingthe ident says: "We feel that there are i very much pleased with Hastings and

the Western North Carolina moun- house by Mrs. Brown about the no more oranges in Florida than can its surrounding farming country.

tain range. Oak Hlll Shiloh Road AdvertisedIn middle of the afternoon, who followed be eaten and consumed if they are Clarence Moore, colored, was arrested -
her and stopped her. In the
Capt. Herman Fischer, of Savan- the report of the proceedings of bags were up numerous household arti-! properly distributed, and by making I a few days ago on a warrant

nah, was in town the first of the the county commissioners of Volusia cles and she also had in her possessiona a proper distribution the growers charged with entering the home of

week on a visit to his father, Capt.C. county we find "the report of the check that was drawn some months will receive equitable prices. We feel II County Treasurer John Henry with
Fischer is mark and by Mr. E. W. Hall to Gifford box i is: a thingof
F. Fischer. Capt. now committee appointed to ago that the $1 per orange intent to commit a misdemeanor. In
road from Oak Hill to Shiloh Kittles to pay town taxes, which was worth
steamboating on the Savannah river, view the past. Our oranges are default of giving bond he was lodgedin
in contaning $12.00 in I
and money
received and filed com- a purse
was and
running from Savannah to Augusta.He mittee discharged, and opening said that was stolen from Marshal Waller more money, and we can get it, jail to await fall term of county

was formerly in charge of a steam- road ordered advertised for 30 days." i about that time. There is no doubt the consumer will not pay any more I court.

boat on the Indian river in the early This looks like business on the part but that this woman picked up the for it than he has heretofore. There I Judge D. L. Gaulden came over i

nineties. of Volusia county to meet us with a purse in the sheriff's office with the l has been too much speculation on the from DeLand Monday to look after

good hard surfaced road.Wanted money and check in it at the time Florida to net the growers i, business affairs. This was his first
The job printing department Mr. Waller first missed it. : when he under-
I much on the tree.We feel l I trip here since June,
THE. STAR office has been very busy very operation for appendicitis.
out voluminous I Rollins College, Winter Park, l-1a.1 that the principle orange growers allover an well after
the past week in getting a and I :The judge i is looking quite
all round
Good job ,
price current for the East printer at Cocoa, Fla. Steady newspaper position If you anticipate attending college:I. the state will boon be in our organization such a serious illness, but says he is a

Coast Lumber & Supply Co., of Eau and$14.00 per week to the man this fall do not fail to investigate I but we have nut yet had ; not feeling like: himself as yet.

Gallie. The stock carried by this I who can fill the Rollins. Delightful location, thor- an opportunity to induce all of them. ; A large party went to the beachyesterday

folder of 16 place.E.. D. Osux. ough equipment, fine gymnasium, I This organization has not been inaugurated afternoon via Haulover
company required' a : Ed. and Proprietor Cocoa News. refined surroundings, good boarding I to put anybody out of business canal in' the motor boat Waunita.In .
pages set in fine type. The company facilities and all field and water I the party were Miss L. P. Smith,

will send out these prices current, revised "A Cash Proposition" sports. For full particulars room i but simply to get the grower" Miss: Sophia A. Smith, Miss Kate
reservations address Wm. F. Blackman what he decrfor his fruit.
to their patrons every month. I Stewart, Miss Frankie Stewart,
--- See our ad on page 5. I Ph. D. President, Orlando, Fla. I II I --.-- Maud and Miss Ethel Carter Miss i {

FURNITURE DRY GOODS SHOES I EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. --- -- The Alpine Hotel )Mathis Mrs C. J. Demam, and Mes

Orange Boxes Titusville Fla.. 1A.. Lo.-Iey. man srs. C. J. Denham, D. I:. Pritchard
New stair matting Special Notice to the Ladies furnish strictly W. lather, Frank Skill,
shades We are prepared to ager. On the European plan furnished Ed Knox,
in leading
Jap-a-lac and without mirrors I Have just received a large shipment first class orange boxes at very rooms and quick lunch. Centrally Geo. Brockett Claude McCandless,
Chiffoniers with drill of Queen Quality low cut shoesin low prices. Write us before placing located. C. H. Walton and U. W. Haile.
S-oz. & lO-oz. duck; 2.50 I order. We have an elegant line
New ass't ladies' muslin Ties underwear Collars Tan Gun Metal, Patent Leather of wraps, also cement coated nails. Fence Wire I Launch Frances
Shoes Shirts Overalls I and Vici. I' EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. charter for large or
A. Gardner 'Phone S4 We have in transit a carload of Eli To hire or
Chas. i Have all sizes in the very latest Eau Gallie Fla. i i wood wire fencing, diamond mesh, man parties, 2S feet, H feet beam,

FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. I: styles. Trees for field stock and poultry use. cabin and toilet. T. HALL
I Orange and Grapefruit
Mail orders specialty. Indianola, Fla.
!1 Write for prices. ;
of good high land on us
About east or 83 ocean acres side of the Indian riverat 1 WINSTON S. BRAXNING.Draying Grown at Shiloh. Fla.. on high EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. -
the Narrows, described as follows: Lot I hickory hammock. Free from white ; I 1 "Do\v n the Line"If

section 35, also lot Xo. 3, section fly. One year to two year old buds. Works and Sail Loft
:No.3, of all kinds -I ; Gun Repair they will allow you to drink at
in township 31 south, range 39 east. Drayins or Prices from 25: to 35 cents. Carefully -
36, land is unimproved finely located attended to. Meets all trains. Move and delivered at Oak Hill I All I work guaranteed. Guns stocked all, why don't you send an order to
This packed
For further particulars addressE. Hood for sale at all times.H. I I station. J. W. GRIFFIS, I and shot guns rebored. 'your old friend, J. D. Crabb Co.,

Brockton. M. Lcw, Mass., .Titusville E. HOLTOV., Fla. 1 I Shiloh, Fla. I H. BENECKE, Tituaville, Fla. Box 702, Jacksonville, Ha?


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Into the movement of Asiatics to BritIsh Food the Brain Needs. .

fe" < ;: &5r $ : so Columbia. It is said to be his Before the international school congress !

r g a '5 rJC >. *US"X-I *. <>-% >1V > -" --- purpose to devise some scheme to turn at London Dr. Sir James Crelgu- .

r the American current back to the ton-Brown spoke of dietary for school ,

United States. lie is expected to makea children and ridiculed the common I

confidential report to the presidenton idea that fish was especially adapted J

4 the results of his trip. for feeding the brain, saying that phos- tt

? I Minneapolis to Gulf Line. pliarus is no more the secret of genius ,

Inca ,z- The Minneapolis, Kansas City and than tomatoes the cause of cancer. i

Gulf Railway company has just been What the working brain did need he

: I 1 1tCi incorporated in Oklahoma. with $;50.- said, was food In which the chemical

000,000 capital stock, for the purposeof constituents: were properly propor-

+ constructing a double track electric tioned and which was digestible and

*,L !: ttWeek railroad from Minneapolis to Des palatable. In his opinion animal food

Moines thence to Kansas City, Wichl- was necessary In order to supply an

ta. Guthrie, Oklahoma City, Dallas and abundance of proteid. Brain workers

; rather than infrequent
lar physician he having depended must learn to put the public service Lithographers Quit Strike. small meals

I LEGAL-CRIMINAL I It" upon the services of Christian Science and safety ahead of private profit. The members of the lithographic heavy meals.

. I healers, was sentenced to serve thirty "The public," he said, "has been treat- Artists, Engravers and Designers' New Life Restoring Apparatus.E. .

1. days imprisonment In the Tombs. ed like victims to be plucked Insteadof league have abandoned the strike C. Hall, writing in the August

Standard Oil's Record Fine. This is the first case in New York friends to be cultivated. The elementary which they began in August, 1906, Technical World Magazine, asserts that _

r Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis of where a person has been sent to pris- laws of honesty and fair dealIng when the association of employers Professor George Poe of South Norfolk -

the northern Illinois federal district em on such a charge The Christian have been violated. Rapacity and posted the open shop notices and de- Va., Is able to restore life to apparently -

'. .-'.. '. court has imposed a fine of $ tO.OOOi Science publication comnfittee declare Indifference to ordinary human rights manded that the men resign from their dead animals' his treatment

upon the Standard Oil Company of that Byrne Is not a Christian have prevailed. Everything has been anions. This announcement comes being based upon the'well known

.. f" Indiana, convicted on 1.464 counts of Scientist and not a member of any subordinated to the immediate and close upon the heels of the recent decision method of forcing oxygen into the-

t receiving rebates from the Chicago Christian Science organization.( enormous gain of the few. Change all of Attorney General Bonaparte lungs. For this purpose he has devisedan

;b' and Alton railway. This penalty lathe Byrne, on the other hand. Insists that this. Obey the letter of the law. The sustaining the right of the employer artificial respirator modeled In all

y .* maximum he is a Christian Scientist and that he American people do not and never will to Import European lithographers. respects after nature. It embodies two

..' i permitted under was a regular member in good standing begrudge a generous pecuniary reward Free Employment Agencies.The small cylinders, each having an Inlet

;- ,,:" 4 zi.r the law and is in Kansas City prior to his movingto for a first class service, but they do Massachusetts Labor Bulletin, as and an outlet within which plungerswork

the largest fine New York. and will object to a first class price fora simultaneously and from which
American-Industries shows
..',. ;.. t ever assessed fifth class service.** tubes are conducted to the nostrils or-
Trust Organizers Fined. that fifteen states now have free public
t; .,: against any in mouth of the patient One cylinder Is M
Twelve members of the furniture employment agencies In operation as .
or (cor supplied with oxygen and the outlet of
: trust pleaded guilty in Oregon and I follows! : California, Connecticut Illinois -
t in the I INDUSTRIAL the other discharges directly Into the .
lit' f"dlvidual of Amer- were fined by Judge Woln rton a total Kansas, Maryland, Massachusetts, atmosphere. The plungers are workedby

I sum of $2,5T J4), the two concerns Michigan Minnesota, Missouri Montana -
: hand normal
and timed according to
which were prime movers receiving Telegraphers' Strike Extends. Nebraska, Ohio, Washington
F ( jurisprudence. respiration. Thus In one movement
t" ) In the course of the highest fines of $.'300 each. This Because the*Western Union management West Virginia and Wisconsin. The motives noxious gases from the lungs are .4.

J his decision the Is the first prosecution against the at Chicago had refused to rein- advanced to justify these agencies drawn Into one cylinder while the next '

trusts in Oregon. state operators who refused to handle are the belief that state competition -
movement forces oxygen from the other -
messages from the strike breakers at would drive unscrupulous private
cylinder Into the lungs. This de-
j' Los Angeles the entire force of night agencies out of business, the need of
practices of the vice has been patented and will soon
SOCIOLOGICALOstentatious 1 operators except six traffic and wire assisting the unemployed and the
Standard Oil. he upon the market
chiefs<< went on strike early Aug. 9. brining together; of laborer and employer -
; s. company.Among .
r Wealth Scored. On the preceding night forty-nine of with the result of reducing the
/ others
I the Chicago operators had left their army of unemployed. I MISCELLANEOUSChicago's I
things he said: In a recent address at the New York
r keys when the messages sent by the Pennsylvania's Earnings Increase.
may as state Chautauqua assembly Bishop:
'. nonunion operators at Los Angeles began
Judge Landis. well look at this henry C. Potter, shaking on the relation The statement of the Pennsylvania Directory Census.
coming in, and for this
: situation squarely The men who of the church to social unrest, stated they were<< promptly discharged. reason Other railroad, just I Issued, shows great improvement I The compilation of the current ,

thus deliberatelywound violate this law as his belief that among the greatest men who were ordered to take their in net earnings for the I year's city directory gives Chicago a

;; society more deeply than does causes of this unrest were the lavish month of June as compared with some
:, places refusal and also quit work. As Imputation of :ti7,000, a gain of 60oOO ,-
he who counterfeits the coin or steals and extravagant expenditure by the Chicago Is the chief relay station of of the earlier months of the year. The : since last year.

letters from the mail lIe held that rich and the presence of luxury in the statement shows on the Pennsylvanialines
the country this strike Is expected to Mile Auto Record Broken.A .
e the railroads had no more right to midst of the squalor and privation of directly operated an increase in
cripple a large auiouut of commercial
a make a secret rate for a shipper than tenement life. He also; arraigned the gross earnings of 1,674,700 and $431- 120 horsepower Thomas, driven
business. It was expected that the
Montague Itoberts In the
9 a board of assessors would have to- church for Its indifferences inaction 700 net. Atlantic
day force would follow the example of i
City races the mile
l I make a secret assessment of any particular and lack of personal !sympathy for the Record Shipbuilding Year. competition
the night men<< by joining in the strike. record by going that distance Into 2-3
r I piece of prpperty. At the conclusion physical and mental ills of the people. Armed lla'un'l'e summoned to guard According to government reports forth seconds..Rockefeller's. .

'..; j' ; of his opinion, and after announcing The same note was struck by another the switchboards. and police lines last fiscal year, 1.-163 vessels, aggregating -

I the amount of the fine, the speaker<< at Chautauqua, Mrs. J. G. were drawn :sharply about the Western 510.'G5 gross tonnage, were Rejuvenation.Dr. .

t# .I judge directed that a special grand 'helps-Stokes, wife of the millionaire I'uion building. letter the Postal built In the United States, this being : II. F. Biggar, physician to John

\t' jury be called for the purpose of Inquiring Socialist, who denounced the methodsby oj>enitors at Chicago joined the strike. a greater number of vessels and far I It. Rockefeller, Is quoted as saying

i ....' into the acts of the Chicago which many of the rich secure their and the strike extended to many other greater tonnage than during any other that his wealthy patient Is "the best

f and Alton Railroad company, it having wealth as well as their<< ostentation in cities. rear for half a century. The record trained athlete in the sixty year

, been proved in the case just closed using It. She said That men and The strike of the Los Angeles operators shows a steady decline in the buildingof ,lass.' although now sixty-eight and

{. 1 that the oil company had accepted rebates women who crush the life out of thePeople on Aug. e; aros-t from the discharge schooners and a corresponding Increase as predicting that he will live to be
; .-r from that conwration. that they may Haunt the powerto of Operator Ilyjai. wbmii the In steamers but there is now ninety-four. lIe says that Rockefeller

i',; J In an extended interview at his luxuriate and idle and still further company accused of willfully delaying appearing a considerable number of followed his advice In giving up all

: Cleveland home Mr. Rockefeller said oppress should dare to give big donations messages, and the refusal I to reinstate schooners equipped with auxiliary motor business cares and devoting himselfto

:; ..i that he was -harnessed to the cart in to charities is almost uueixlurajle. him. It was declared without power. outdoor sports and that the oil

f Which the people ride." that each works ." magnate admitted that this policy cost
consulting the 1:11:011 officials, butl"'l"Citl
{ for all and that all this "persecution" Restricted Birth Rate Desirable. IlT Small! wired that he would J T SCIENTIFIC'' him $3,000,000.
> t of Industry must injure not only the '
Prcfe.-sor Edward A. Ross. head of support the LIM Angeles strikersWorld's .
t capitalists, but all Investors and laborers
the of'the Neighbor Got Fooled
sociology department University -
J : i as well. Largest Locomotive. Chicago's Male Death Rate.
( Wisconsin, in a lecture to the "I was literally coughing myself to death
$ Judge Grosscup of the circuit court "I'be largest steam locomotive in the Health < 'oIJlInll It students said that "restriction in the and bad become too weak to leave bed
\t granted the application of the Standard world is about Vt be turned out from in a recent bulletin makes the ray ,
birth rate is a movement which at thebottom and neighbors predicted tbat I would never
i Oil company for a writ of error the Schenectjuiy; plant of the American statement that in the last seven
is salutary and that the evils leave alive! :thanks be to God I was ind.eM
! and the case will be carried up. Locomotive company) for the Krie rail- months crt }'.Iuj aliont l. .flU) men died
,, I in its train appear to be minor or transient to try Dr. King's Xew Discovery, It took
J The federal grand jury at Jamestown rojJ'l. Its \\eiglit; Is .11.' ,')lIU pounds. a? compared to fomo women and that
I '. or self limiting or curable, thiLaking just four one dollar lx>ttles to completely
! { \ X. Y.. bas returned ten indict and it will haul on grades a train of the death rate as betwien men and core
direct i issue with PresidentKojsevelt's the cough and restore me to good soaaJ
-; t ments against the oil! trust and the !toa.le.I cars a mile :rid a hal in length women i* n'encler cent as compared "
health writes Mrs.
well known idea<< as to racefilicide. Uncapher,of& rev
1 'j New York Central and Pennsylvania; Professor Ko:.s says he is without the aid .>f helpers, Its tractiveI to 1" per cent twenty years ago.; ertown, Stark Co.. Ind. This king of ooogb

. .4 railroads for rebating, involving possible I'o\rer being tI-I."tIO. The engine has lie attributes the cause of this to the and cold cures.and healer of throat and longs
"with those who bate famine (var.saber .
f' f fines of $.j..3--1.,000. ,our cylinderand i is ia reality two endues strenuous life of the average Chicago is guarantee by Titunville Pharmacy sad
\ toothed competition class antag Banner Drug Store 5 Oc. and 31.00. Trial
r : Landis Kills! Furniture Trust. onism.' dcgredation of the masses wasting : tTHiihiued in one. The measure- citizen, contributory causes being the bottle free.CASTO.
neut from cowcatcher the quick lunch constant and
to of
rear : exposure
-t On the day that Landisfinod
same of children dwurllng of women
; ienilerU i ,;.W feet. aul the height from carelessness.: The only remedy, in his i X .it. .
r r the Standard Oil company he and cb<>:ieiiiiiff| of men." and asks if the Kin You Have vitals
lop of rail to t<>j> of smokestack! i is tit'oen opinion is a return to the simple: life Sean the IIIitSl I
.11 Issued a perpetual<< injunction restraining the time will -oue when the mother of
t : foot five mJ three-quarters In 'b\.,:<. of our fatiit-rs. #
i t. t : the Anu-rR-Au Seating company more than three is "regarded as a public 5r #I.I'e.ei !

:, from operating as a trust. The concerns lienefuctor and placed on the payroll Record Year For Immigration.The !

operating tncer this name had of th. Mate." Professor 1:0bim:; ti''Urtocf the immigration oti -

teen found guilty of violating: the antitrust self is the fatter of three children. dais show that the number! of iinrniTants -

law by voiubiniiig! to CJ\J"lO\lI tt.ining to this country unr.u::
..G Causes of Social Unrest )f i
the school furniture busin? s throngh 'he year ended .'-.ill(! IH P:r-,. wa iU),- Marine
.\'I the: .
agreements With school loard.. t! rouh. rr -** rwenliy made !largest In the buttery: of the iii-.mtrj .

.I ant the country. TIe order was not '..erv the ChnutaiM.iia (N. Y I "I'-f'IJJ- reaching:<;;.r.l'>. Of these H\,T !
!ly ,,';'r; one by Crman J. Ilwlgway.rtolitljer I I
fought hy counsel f-.r the trr.t. as it l.tsatt&nIlanded at the part of :New dfng
i ; :! wf Everybody's Magazine, oa nes
was ciT.tciiilpu that the practices com.1.1linc.l I York.
.t "Jo:'.rnlJ! <;m and the Social Unrest'
of had 1-ten stepped. Good F'I-
:!e contended! that the press Instead Crop Prospects. '

? 1 Arkansas Oustar Fcrbiddan.; .f nr ij"iav; class war. i rfornic ar Affording to Genres gathered and c'1lt,1 ,,!- '. L> fr j

t; :. II''viutr. in tae fxlerait : .Il w":k ii cl:+-"diig it even the! It- a Chicago business t'un""rlJ.t"pre :: E>: PLUALU l\DAPT- -hI -

+ t j\, circuit court at St. Paul, issued a teiaporary .rf !i critk-iif.l yellow journalism.; He: is little: ground, for the mifavoniHe LD[ r_'} > ;TSFACTORV: ..:1' ->g., __ I UjifilCI 1 .. _-E !

f order res':raining the !"h'U yt ..1ij.r yellow! journalist nhen lie crop pmlk-tion* which have been : ': :N FLURDA: WATERS ) '
.,f state of Aria:!*?!* from forfeiting LJfe !
'icrstily: yeas: the O.W.UIMI: pt*)r fami- ;made from time to time. These figures '<> .
t the right; of the t"':ileago. Kotk hlau.l l :Iv" of Jbis -.. sinew all "
to tin
.m r: out of their ueuta! fnliy up areraz"

s and Paciic railroad to do businessin : ;;: iifc.r nad ..,!.::*:.<: th.'!:i to take aunhvvi for this season, with tile exception ">1I Regal Mariae Engines ? z &\ :r) : ,
: t- $
that This railroad __
state. orjraniztimlcr ; ti
I : ;a life am! a-iairs.! a publici'euefa ; :e corn crop which was injmv.1 in ,---:- ,
i UK Ohio law. I is compelitd to ; ." 'vrtaia sections -1.,1; !'..r type of '.1'-'\. -- 'J i
Ke tin
: : 1": >aii that John I>. by tints vorahie rt- I _

i take ot a license under a UPW Arkansas U'IerV-er: knew tr.t'' rvl secret of tIC' weather of late spring, hot even this i is I' ii.i I ll' b::'.m.artt.ur al! skill: awl. reliability'f3: -i:Vy ;1'_ .- )

; law similar to that enacted in ....-...,... I > y.-Je. jump C tij.aiK 4 : .
? :1'11 y'
; !Jt"a Ia* 'i'ilttr imW simply backward and with suitable :.--iits..ii.autoiitwbJk-tyiH- a- jM;- __ ; 'I:. ( J ,
f !.
Alabama and pmlilbiiin( : transfers of a II,", '_ : '
weather tk.t"I >P Jf ;
:'\ sis with ;belatt may yet give nearly or quite; a > : ""
: t e state snit to the federal courts. Sncb j; t that liy is trlL Ij frill harve.t.goys '.aii.t.r..i, ;" sees-dcianktss.. "i''I'_ !. 1 ... "r 's.I'.4(' ,
-I..a. nr.d I"ank shag_
salt l-rouuht dt"t'a ofwas Arkarss .
a by a "' -
\ ly b iiU.tu lie doesa 1 Killed In :Mines.; !.ii.ii/-.i inarings. Have the __ ::'" _
transferred tttll federal ".r I
court rid fur ..- ; see -i nuiuii'r<>f ,1' .
< a The woTkinKparu.iiiMM .
and the state thereupon began the : : i/I; annual r.rt| of the I'ennsyl- < lit with
; ttw... i.t-: ! -r:t t h :- vania stale r a |it-rt't-rt o|>rr> .
ft department of mine- ting iinKor cud
f-rfciture proceedings now restrains .. < ':. sissy other
;" ; Moaen'porter.aheit I \ shows that during, ISK'6 120 boy.s f etwvn r i \. :ii,,I\I' ftaturej, foiiDd ]
by Judge Van Devanter. .1' ; 1' : 'I I. ij only hi the Regal
.. ; .. ill "I ; -l-t": ::' ;r the ag 's of sixteen' and twos
Missouri Pacific Indicted. i ,<., linksaudhands THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND
I tv-oae years were killed in the anthr.i DO IT
The grand jury at Jefferson: City. : the! ., t :' fey \Iadc, ;in threw
cite and hitnn.ihOIJI tptws 1' a
of the and
l nylons ? i N. P.
t )(0.. luic reiunu-d fourteen indictment ',4 s. { 2' b *:iimiautf homilies j j state. In addition to these fatalitiestwentyone E.1 y I' n, I'. 'Our ""yliodc single eyl'isderlti' to 15 11.

l against the Missouri Pacific railroad on .11: 1 w(. Ki''n wi'i! j W. air.] ru I.ura..uf'
: Iwys Ijetween the af'S : a line '.f ht'a\'y. dew
the charge; of not complying with tte ,,i'!'-< x.Ii" '. '.:its zeal pus tingie. !I; mentioned were killed outside of ih'' ::1'. III ti H. J'. -insh ,' hI 4i n. I'. four 'y'nlfltr.;p.-cd. workiul:cngulf.,

new eight Lour telegraph<< ; law applyingto ; ."* anthracite 7'hh u
handle train orders .:t: ',:W At the mines. The report noi ,4 .cit '',any S"ts 1 f'n K now in upe'ratiQui
all obeys which .. same placs \ meads that the foreman who If.n-t: Ulltl of ,. \.tjc.lI tluy ar" ..ayGet -
whore more than one operator I is em- Frank W. :'te\{'::. |: boys underixttnn

jiloyed. The company all! along has (.''f'aalraiaa; the Ness !;; work t-htHiUl Itc sentenced to do to a a terns I'il"r's ofimprisonment. .t a Regal I in the Beginning Don't Experiment

contended<< that this law is unconstitutionaU E. J. Kicigway. York state public, .!, .
:\I iee."r1 .
and the case will be fought Into Pities i commission.: siH,ke 0:1 the rt-la-1 itii..gee "i.aatett Ir,( ,,u n..lK st..

t lion ui public utilities to serial! American Rush to Canada. Regal
the court of last resort 11un'Llit' '|! Gasoline Engine Co.
Scientist. asserted that the put lic was! crimi i| Professor Jeremiah "'. Jerks of Tor-
Prison For Christian
luaiiy negligent: for allowing present !: neil a member of the t"niie i Stut'- Cold Water, Michigan
Charles W'. Byrne a New York city {i
evils! to exist, as it could exert the J Immignitinn: comniL sion, is on a tour
talesman, who wa convicted on the
pressure which would check abuses. I I of the Canadian northwest imestigut-
charge of letting his! daughter die or .
: ,
Ing the
lie stated also that the time had come | :; matter American iiatnigni-
t- :-.:-'-iia wittwmt: calling In a regu; -
'" j Ion Into
%\hen the corporations of the btate i Canada lie Is al-o looking

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liJTEIS'OF.HEWS; :Mr. Ferguson, employed by the Florida Another Florida Road. Hits the Poor.TimesUnion. -. i li
| Fish & Produce Co, is the posses John Skelton Williams, banker and ( .) .

::-f.: SOl of twenty young crocodiles hatched railway man of Richmond Va, is authority The l
closing down of the Florida East Difficult

JS ( \ ]IN FAIR FLORIDA about a week ago. Mr. Ferguson for the statement that within Coast Railway shops at St. Augustinefor .

secured the eggs last May and had
the next twelve months Augusta Ckuand
an indefinite period and the general ;

-'Ibit Is'Being'Done Towards the De- them la hatching process ever since. Madison, Fla., will be directly con- reduction of expenses all along that Breathing ; k

J The young saurians average ten to nected by raiL Mr. Williams has stat-
system were made imperative by cir- Short breath fluttering ;
'- twelve Inches in and are exceedingly _
. iflopment of the Peninsula ed that a number of small lines in cumstances, chiefly adverse legislation.

g.1'he Bartown Ice Company will build lively. They have grown Southern Georgia and Northern FlorIda The Atlantic Coast Line contemplatedlarge palpitation, sinking spells t i,

but little since hatching-Miami :Me- of a weak ,;
r a large cold storage plant will be merged in one system, and improvements and important exerisions. are symptoms ,
; \:
as. '-.: I tropolis. that with the necessary new trackagethe Florida legislation has com- heart, struggling to do its .,.
.: The capacity Key West's ice plant
pi ... Is to be increased from 25 to'75 tons I Planting time has again arrived in continuous service will be put into pelled it to ask contractors for release work. It must keep the j 'I

, ,. a day. the Biscayne Bay country and the effect in the time state,L from their contracts and to adopt a blood in circulation to

'.1<:fI' farmers are "now busy making seedbeds The carrying; out of the plan will policy of postponement of plans which nourishment to
i 1.;: Governor Broward has returned to carry t'. I
> and preparing the ground for necessitate the expenditure of about would have resulted in great good to
.:r.Tallahassee from a trip to New York make flesh bone and mus- .
tt transplanting. The indications are that five million dollars, ani Mr. Williams the people of Florida. .

fj s .' with his family. the acreage devoted to peppers eggplant has announced that the funds have This is the first fruits of the hostilityto cle, and remove the worn- :

ri The citizens of Wauchula will soon beans and early tomatoes will been secured for the work. In a statement the railroads shown by the legislatureof out particles. When it .. i I

,. : v vote at an Section to provide $15,000 be greater this year than ever before. which he has given out, he says: 1907. These facts are a reminder to cannot do this, it must ; t

I if. .: for the building of a new school house. The early crops are grown on the high "If not prevented by unlooked-for borrow something from the dicta of organized have help. Dr. Miles' : .S j

,: Key West's postoffice receipts fort' pine land and are usually marketed hostile legislation the line should be In labor, that "the injury of ones .
Heart Cure I
gives strength
II' 1906 were $14,543.53. This year, ending before January.Miami Record.On operation in about twelve months from the concern of all." .: ,
b June 30th they were J16.314.S6 showing the present." I Suppose all the hostile legislation that to the heart nerves and I

I t." a substantial gain. last Friday morning at 2:35 The Manufacturers' Record of Baltimore -I. was introduced had been passed and the muscles, and increases the ..t!f,
clock J. C. Forest, colored com
f.i; i the leading industrial publica- income of the railroads had been still heart action."I "
The Board of County Commissloirers -
positor of this office was aroused by 1
tion of the South says in the current further reduced. What would have been
L;.' c' ers of Putnam county has called a wet the crying of a little child in an adjoining am glad to say that I am so much
issue regarding the new road: the result? improved in health. Dr. Miles' Heart ..
.: and dry election the date set being room of the house and upon investigation "" Cure cured me when several doctors ,
"The lines acquired and to be con The corporations"-those bugaboosof failed. I think no other medicine
! Monday September 30th. found his wife and one of could do for me what Heart Cure has :
the suffer in their
nected are the Augusta and Florida & demagogue-might
done. bad bad
My case was it
} Wednesday, September 25th will be her eight weeks old twins dead In Southwestern Railroad. 53 miles: the dividends, with all their retrenchment could be at times. I had;difficulty as In .

t.:; Florida at the Jamestown Exposition bed. Though not feeling well she had getting my breath my heart beat so
. Day Atlantic and Gulf Short Line Railroad but in number of sufferers and amountof fast at times that I thought it impossible -
; railroads advertising been the day before. It is thought to live without relief: the
! and the are up 20 miles; the Douglas and Valdosta suffering the poor of Florida would : pain was very severe in my left side ,o

." .. cheap rates for that ocasion. that In taking medicine in the night Railroad (Hazlehurst division), 30( have been by far the greatest losers and my nerves was all unstrung I ',. !
had almost given up all hope of being
?f \. Rev. Dr. A. G. Nunnelly, a dlstin the woman took a dose from the wrong miles; the Douglas Augusta and Gulf from such action on the part of the cured and I am sure I would not if .
... bottle and in her struggle after returning r I had not taken the Heart Cure. I
f. guished educator of Griffin Ga., has accepted Railway 57 miles; The Nashville and Florida Legislature. take great pleasure in recommending ,
t to bed she smothered the child Dr. Miles' remedies to all who suffer ,
of the new Columbia The same deductions apply to all the ,
the presidency Sparks Railroad, 12 miles; and the I With heart d @ea.-.e." "

college at Lake City. since her arm was lying across its Valdosta Southern Railway 28 miles, anti-railroad legislation of the country. MRS. MARY c. HAHLER. 1
Sullivan, Mo.Dr. .
The board of commissioners of Es- face when found.-Ilrlanna TimesA or a total of 230 miles of completed The poor. are likely to be the chief suf- Miles' Heart Cure Is sold by t

cambia county has purchased a steam special meeting of the Board 01 railroad at present. Th3 company has ferers. your druggist who will guarantee that .. .
the first bottle will benefit. If it fails
: road roller weighing seven tons ana County Commissioners of Putnan. also option upon 45 per cent of the Extension work has already been
. ::,. will begin, a system of permanent road county will be held on August 16th to stock of the Savannah and Statesboro Companies building new Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind .. 'I 0

work throughout the county. hear proposals for the construction ofa Railway, 33: miles long running from lines into Florida, or contemplating

the St. Johns riv- to Statesboro them would have abandoned them or .
The city council of Pensacola Is being o steel bridge across Cuyler Ga. This latter 4
Palatka East Palatkaa be postponed: their activity. As a conse- The Moill'aluable Set of Yacht and Boat- ..
between and absorbed the
i petitioned to suppress the ollnlghtsaloons er ; may: by system, but Building Books evtr Pttbluked.

and it is probable that an ordinance few hundred yards north of the drawbridge leaving it out, the building of the proposed quence there would have been that

will be passed closing the saloons of the Florida East Coast rail links will give the Georgia and much less capital brought into the RUDDER

from 11 p. m. to 5:30 a. m. !way. The distance across the river at Florida a total of between 330: and 330;; State to be distributed in payment for HOW-TO BOOKS J
< therefore that much
this point Is approximately one-half miles of railroad from Augusta Ga.. labor or materials; Over;OUI boats have been built from the fines ti

.:. Judge Thomas C. Hall of Fernandna mile and will be spanned by a 250- to Madison, Fla, the latter pointIng be less money to be expended by the wage- printed in tlk and se.a-FuU detail 1-
judge of Nassau county court and earners or material men for groceries, every drawing of at upon showing every whit it is and I'
t foot steel draw at the channel witha only about 40 miles from the Gult (orts.: : ,
of other that much how to nuts it-Text exiremely simple.
W commander of the Nassau camp dry goods and wares;
either of ) whither
100-foot open span at end to Mexico it is contemplate
died Sunday less of income for our retail merchantsin HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50 i 1
Confederate Veterans allow the hyacinths to pass under. The I to build an extension to a suitable port. roi4vil'_t I,,i",.- -7 te kiLl.t..__all bo_ f
r morning at his home in Fernandina. Other all lines.If tfrrf, Fwd ra i.... i_t foe a Imy I*lean the buuxM i.. I
structure will be twenty feet wide, or extensions are also contemplat
I general reduction of HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK
Major A. J. Angle of Bartow, who the proper width to accommodate a ed to Savannah Ga.. and a line mightbe a expenses A fit* Nat for HrTV>>n ....!iftJC or kmrtnur about h :
takes place on all the railroad lines of t-r I'a-t t.n-e.'ef.lab-r.erbaittoo.parcw
; was arrested in New York City recently trolley line should one ever be built built from Augusta to Columbia S. rig 1"w fiaiuaai ifc:aivstft cvapl.te4 boala.
Florida which class suffers alone the
for slashing a negro elevator man over it. Its estimated cost is between C., about 70 miles making a valuable 1 HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
lust anrrrvfal re.r bmr ever dewpiwd a this ;
stockholders of the roads or the men nun ;
with a knife has been released from $60,000 and $65,000; ( and a year connection with the Seaboard Air Line. mum'r n..ts.. lau a.-knitnlut, racy to build; ear 'i
I they employ and the men with whom H>win w:th.HOW .
bond the grand jury failing to return will be required to construct it "A striking feature about this railroad TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
these employees deal in trade'If
a. is that it will Simple aM JM"J l ,:w..or b..t.nod.Jaa.aI
a bill against him. run through a sec railroads b..Ulvr aarilk.a, cn>tvr. ,"r&l"ioerpIaM. ,
the are generally com
From the GraveA a.
council of Wauchula has tion of Georgia much in need of north HOW TO 3UILD A KNOC1ASOUT 1IIi
The city these .
\Vm. A. Fert- pelled to discharge men. unemployed 6.x .I3. "! boat aNa xcebir
prominent manufacturer and A a ": south trunk line
and it ..
ordinance making a tax as- wlrr. .iw.k to" .loa wit-
passed an well, of Lucama X.C.relates a most remarkable may have to crowd into other
experience. lie : "After taking less will cross at right angles all the principal HOW TO BULD A CHOAL-DRAUCHT SLOOP
all male says
sessment of $3 a on persons the ..
year thus
occupations, increasing com- ...
than three battles of Electric Bitters 1 feel A<:!- hale nil ty beat with moJcrate orerbaagi aiu
in that section of the
smart sod
over the age of twenty-one and like one rising from the grave. My troubles petition in these latter.

". under the age of forty-five years foi Bright's disrate, in the diabetes biaxe. I State, namely the Southern Railway, HOW:: TO BUILD:e..r.thl.A FLATTIE.:9traiffhtjn OR ttberrmftforafcojto SHARPIEKa7itfiaild

fully believe Elejtrie Hitters will cure me the Atlantic Coast Lin ,. the Seaboard A Valuable lsoiiis "'10'..Kkcaalie ><."Tcrj the purpose of building good roads. permanently, for it bas already stopped the
liver and adder complications which have Air Line the Central of Georgia an I years are I learned a valuable le-sh.'''." HOW TO BUILD A. MOCEL.. YACHTA
ronpl-tc d.--rapt. a of bow t build a model;sloe luwif
The steamer Falcon of the TampaBay troubled me for yean." Guaranteed at Titus- the Georgia Southern and Florida writes John Pleasant of Magnolia. Ind. "I kklff U...l u.ul.g mn1't..
and West Coast Navigation Company ville Pharmacy aud Banner 1/rugSture. Price then began' taking Dr. King's New Life Pill -
only 50c. Railway. and the longer I take them the Letter I find $1.
at her dock in Tamp.. EACH
is tied up them" They please Ouaranteert PREPAID 6T EseessANYWHERC:
libeled by the Independent Dou't He Blue at Titusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug
having been Tampa's Cigar Industry. Store. 2>e.I Bound in cloth CoO IrttTini:-Size of paw

Steamship Line. The owners of (Tampa Tribune.) And lose all interest when help is within 9 by 11 inchc -Ljre;. c"arly.r.awn: plans.

the Falcon are said to be heavily in- reath Herbine will iiMke that liver perform I It is said that Walter Hawkins repiesenting THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
Cigar shipments from Tampa for the its duties properly J. Wuglm.. Ell>.. Ala.
volved. writes: "Cting A constant. sufferer from t his fruit association has purchased 9 MURRAT STREET New YORK. U. S. A
:3 show continued
week ending August a -
The city council of Tampa and the constipation and a dionft'nli"er.1 have I ::,:)00 boxes of oranges from God postal for Catalogue of SOuls for
increase in the exportation of Tam- found Herl.ine to be the best medicine for 'Qck'smol.'s Ltbratt.f .
Board of County Commissioners of these troubles on the market I haIISt'f1 it j Lake Helen growers. The prices was ....
pa made cigars and reveal a constantly -
Hillsborough county, have each gin l1 cuiistsiitly. believe it to 1*> the best medicine I $1.;;; on the trees one report skives; it. -. --
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expanding business. The shipments of its kind and 1 wish all sufferers from .
$250 toward Tampa's exhibit at the these troubles to know the good Herbine has and another IS that the fruit is delivered -
for the to 3
year up % yike
Sew York tobacco trades exposition are far in excess of the similar period I done me. II from the groves to the packinghouse = t'at r rrty r .t :: i're eapen!c f t 4sj

to be held in New York September 2 The Florida Cigarette Law. at that price.-Dcl.and Ilecord r u. nr,reef a it.: prop.;cultat:,' M
of last year.Shipments. .+ rcccnl'.tyasxresnc e.s '
to _I*" inclusive.Dr. Here is the law passed bv" the late f i n .- *t rt. .. -_ _
for the wok were ;5,200- I
II dnv' a t p mti ig cor diM W
J. H. Row, of st. Petersburg 000. Shipments for the year previously legislature to protect: minors in Florida -I "The Blood is The Life" y 'oalma.x tt bar.r--L t.ttkfc toe

is now reaping from .i lime tree the reported wire 159070000. Total shipments against the cigarette evil: i
Section 1. That is shall hereafter Science has never gone beyond the
which it has yielded dur-
fourth crop for 1907 are lCl.270.OiM. Total 1! above simple statpmtnt of riptur.'. nut
be unlawful in the State of Florida ma.Sfff
ing the past year. He sold fruit from shipments for similar period of 1300: : ; it has illuminated that statement and

this tree all through last fall and win- were 141j; :>5,000. Increase for this year for corporation, company, firm or j! given it a meaning ever broadening! with bad. awJ iie+aw.. :
to sell, barter furnish the increasing breadth of f fir, t h ct c"
ter and this spring and the present over last :year is 20.715,000. person or giveaway ; n1 rc er

is |:25.; directly or indirt'CUto any: When the blood is "bad" .or impure it vi'ced.tnuua1 I.
crop is not alone" the body which Utlors ei .i n .. i
A short time ago. Capt G. C. Matt- Lightning strikes House minor any cigarette, cigarette wrapper through disease. Th brain i> also e r LRHY & CO., tl

or any substitute for either or to 1, rot,rn ch. :
hams, sent a large basket! of mangoesto M E Miller's! residence near the S. clouded, V mind and judgement aret. '

in procure for, or to persuade, advise ... 'cted aniTrxriv an evil deed or impure (
who replying -
Mr. 11. ,I. Flagler A. L. depot was struck by lightning ,
counsel tho ght '+ p 'rectIy traced to the -
or compel any child under the r
that the fruit arrived in splen- during a thunder storm last! Friday. imp of the L,,, I }'n'Il!. imnnrehhnrt KlMAAA 50 YEARS

.!lid condition, and that the increas.3 The bolt passed through: several rooms a;;e to smoke any cigarette. ran t... msde hoer tov tJ! n-- hI hI"vrce' siw V Z1 EXPERIENCE

in the production of this fruit would be and showed plainly where it went Section 2. \ny such corporation loen 'I. ,.,! (':, Ilioe i :v nV. It J JI

the East Coast of company, firm or person violating any err'rr.pu "n i r>e.i ...; tLe I-fwrl! therebycunug
great benefit to through the walls. la one of the
? of the provisions of this act shall fob ; pinplth, blotches cri pt'ons and
Florida Tropical Sun. rooms the children were 'vlayin and
the first offense, upon conviction tbei. other l.""UIl" affections; a"Ol'ma...
Forest Lake of Santiago. Cuba a former were unhurt. It knocked several brick tetur <.r'-urn, hives and other
of he fined in any sum not more than
of Sanford has returned out of the chimney, tore the brass aanifesstatiunz of impure blood. {
major $.50 nor less than $tlt; and for the *>ec, ,, TRADE f41ARRS
that city and will immediately com- trimmings off a table, broke part of : C .! -!- :!> Drstc ssi l.i
0 and any subsequent ofitense, such In the cure of scrofulous !\w..H!ng*, en- j COPYRIGHTS &C.outs. l.
the erection of an ice factory. an iron bed and set the bedding on
mence corporation, or shall Iar2*>il zland..oppn ul -'. old
company person eating < r> or ,
im- under wooden tub of i t n r t r n tc_ : ar
will have the latent fire came up .. r' .
The factory the"t old.'n Medical "has i
upon conviction thereof, be fined in soro. Discovery j r. : : : : : al.
iroved machinery and a old storage water and knocked the bottom out not than lee Ifff".DM'd the mJ,t marvelous cure. In I re t lo-=trig'. sum more $100
.any nor
ton capacity. This plant will Killed live chickens under the houst, > cash of old scri.or open eating. ulcers, |t I i'.:*ttii 11.:e'. ,- .*> >:u' :i A Co. I rn elve 1 1as
with 1,000 than i/ii i* I'Kw *' 'jt pi -c. .p th"
$10 and to which be add""!
may it is well to apply! to the sore: Dr. j; I {
November ht. tore the phone? from the wall and cut
be in operation! by i imprisonment in the county j-:fl foi : Merck's All-H''sling salve, which j swond f! ScfcxtificA Itr a f 1 1I
the wire in three places outside the I ;
The G,000 subscribe! by the citi period not exceeding sixty days. seswet .rf'il healing potency when i iI
!any fi"-"iJv>me'T 111n-r-aovl wo- : 1 treutti ells

;fna of Jacksonville through the Board house. The report was deafening and I Section :. It b hereby made the used as an app'iration! to the sern*..n conjunction I >-ir' ;, .1 nn ar:.,-i.;: CJ><. .;..11.o-i.'.i.:i T"'i t.v t. s". ,!tz a
the rooms through which it passed with the use of "Golden MedicalIlistovery"as
*'f Trade of that city, has been handed lutYof: sheriffs, constables their deputies blood rYiUNN & Cn.3:13ro.c.y.: : fiew Yoko
a constitutional
were filled with dense blue smoke. cleansing .
over to the special committee appointed or any public officer to enforce the treatment If your dniz;;ist ;, }<"" .: H", '-: F "'.. \\.hIDt"n.l..C.
Eoards were splintered in paces and
to arrange the purchase of the Phil- pioviMons of this act, and lie may summon o"t hap-n to Iiave the'AI1!-Ileaiirg

brofen tract of land on the St. Johns matting scorched ip its path from obect any minor who may have or have. alve": In stock. you can easily i: pnxit ritLHEcourlA3

to object. It is doubtful whether l-y inclosing fiftv-tour cents
east of the city to b use as a permanent had in his posses:ion any cigarettes or 1..tnenstamtls CURE THE Luc c S
Florida it started ia first on the phone wiie or to Dr. R V. iVrce. ffi1 Main M., __ _
encampment !>j the cigarette material. and compel him to
the chlmnt> '.-Leesburg Coaomercial.IV.iutiful ? IJuffalo. N. Y., and it will come to you by ,
State Troops. testify before the count judge or any return post. Most dru;:zist keep 't as WITH 'r (iig'
With all the rains1' have had during Womencheekx justice cf the peace as to where and of well as the "Golden Medical D"coH'ty.-; I I

there is vet whom he obtained such ', ) S !, J I
month or two, cigarettes or
the past Plump flushed with the soft tow of You can't afford to accept any medicine; New mGemf
little water in the fiat woods and the he.ilthaiul a vlfXion: wake; all women cigarette material. of wikwarn
beautiful. Take a small dune of llerb-ue aft mponttirm as a sub>tit-ito dCSL'MPTIOY
creeks are yet practically dry. While *'r t ub meal: it will prevent constipation and Section; That this act shall take for "Golden Medical Discovery i.u'h is | Price l

frequent showers have fallen and a help digest what you hare eaten. )In.. \Vm.M I effect immediate upon its passageand a medicine OF KNOWN: covirosn.oN, FOR I Sand:: SCc&St.OOj z

rains we have had no old StrouiL Midlothian. Tex., writes. ray 31. i approval] of the Governor having a complete list of ingredientin I j I W3LDS Free Tnal. !
few heavy 1\01We have used Herbine
in our family i plain English on its the Ii
time rainly season, such as to fill up for eight years and found it the best med'tine' It will be noticed that under the ; attested i; Guaranteed for all THROAT and tj ,
II being
ame under
as correct oath.
and we ever used for cototip-itiou, billons fever strict the 'I'I i LUNG TROUBLES: or MONEY
the fiat woods streams lakes and malaria. Sold by Titusville Pharmacyand provisions of act, a 'Pe.rsorJ. j Dr. Pierce Pleasant! Pellets regulate ,

jponds.-Volusia County Record. I Banner Drug Store. cant even give a cigarette to a minor. i! and Invigorate stomach,liver and bowel j BACZ. i :

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: '." ,.,,',.-\: 'THE FLORIDA STAR Preamble and Resolutions OAK HILL Hands Off Board of Works.

f Preamble and resolutions offered Mrs. E. S. Coutant was in Oak Hill Miami Metropolis.)
: '. Entered at the poetoffice Titusrille. by E. H. Rennolds, Sr., and unani- over Sunday, the guest of Mrs. W. I Information from Titusville Is to the

".', ,,: : .'J.., $ second-class mail matter.Ellis mously adopted by the Florida Baptist C.' Howes. effect that Judge :Minor S. Jones has

J : and Publisher. convention at its recent session I Mr. Dobbins, of Daytona, who has
< B. VTacer, Editor!: sustained In Its entirety the bill of the
held at Lake City, Fla. been spending a few weeks with Harold -
Board of Public Works !): Miami, pray
, .:: <: PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Whereas, The last legislature fail- Coutant, went home Monday.
.; .. injunction restraining the
ing for an
'.. ed to accede to the request of many Several of our townspeople have :ti.
.,' 'r It must be dearly understood that neither city council from in any manner interfering
of the citizens of the state to submita
THE STAB nor its editor is responsible for seen the "comet" at about 4 o'clockin
' k opinions expressed by eormqM>ndents. prohibition amendment to the vot- the morning. It is to be hoped he with or molesting the said boardof 7

made ers for their ratification or rejection, will not whisk his tail and wipe us public works in their official duties
r. A "consecrated circus" has
j. and whereas, our sister state of Geor- out of existence.The delegated them under a previous char-
its appearance in Pennsylvania. The gia has adopted a state prohibitionlaw
acter, but revoked in the recently
Rev. H. H. Jones
us a
1- ... .owner is a woman. The perform to go into effect not later than gave ,
fine sermon Sunday afternoon the amended charter.
, ", \ ances are opened with prayer, and January 1st, 1908, and whereas, the Mzs\.c KRMIER
text; being: Be ye not overcome with This decision means literally that
from the profits of the show the sal conditions in the adjoining states of
evil, but overcome evil with good. Judge Jones holds the Board of Public RIGHT
t ary of a preacher is paid. The literature South Carolina, Tennessee and Ala- TROUBLES
Mrs. William Kane formerly Miss Works a body still Invested with all ol PELVIC
t of the aggregation is said to be bama are such as to render them unsuitable -
Annie Gamble and children and little its powers and duties until such time FOUND IN PE-RU-NA.

m shorn of all superlative adjectives, ground for the reception of sister, Mabel, are spending the week as their terms of office expire, November T: rrns CAROLINE KRAMER. Port
the outlawed saloons and wholesale
and the lemonade vended in the tents with Mrs. F. W. Hatch and visiting 4.The. iVl collins Col., writes:
is made of real lemons. liquor dealers of Georgia, and where order is as follows: The majority o!women who arc iuffiriag -
t with their friends.Dr. .
as, these vampires are already planning "That you and each of you whetherin from disordered periods and

to seek a dumping ground in Bouchelle and Mr. Cole were your official capacity cr Individuallyare other pelvic troubles, hare such strong
The present week, it is expected, faith in doctors that they allow them
in town Tuesday. Mr. Cole has been
Florida, therefore be it; enjoined and restrained from sit-
.. to on them for kidney,liver
:,_ will see the very last of the South sent out out by the agricultural department to experiment
J Resolved first, That we sincerely ting as a board of equalization or stomach troubles until they become

Carolina dispensary. The concern is regret that though only ten membersof at Washington to study the equalize the taxes of the said city or completely discouraged and their money

r' now only in business to the extent of the Florida house of representatives different varieties of the Muscadine from interrupting or interfering with is gone.

closing out its stock and settling ac were willing to go on record as grape and also to find out in what. the said members of the Board of Pub- "This was my unfortunate expe-

,; counts. All of this should be done opposed to the submission of the prohibition soil and location they thrive the best.I lic Works sitting as a board of equalization attention rience for nearly called two year Peruna.when my
Miami Fla. that was to
of said of ,
by today or tomorrow, when the last amendment, that there were Mr. M. R. Creighton was in town city Ml hardly dared believe that at last r
be enjoined and restrained from
t vestige of the Great Moral Institu- twenty-four who declined to vote in last week but left Monday for De- you had found the rich medicine but as I
usurping the authority of the membersof
tion(?) will disappear, no more to be favor of giving the people the opportunity Land, will return to Baltimore. He the Board of Public Works; that kept I could on only using thank it and God was and finally tab cured cour-

# of ridding our loved state of expects to come back to Florida in
seen in that state for all time.Judge you let no further contract or con

the drunkard factories, and that the September and will bring Mrs. C. for tracts on behalf of the city of Miami, age."I have had most satisfying results

t 1 thirty-five noble men who voted for the winter and the young ladies will Fla.; that you Immediately deliver flora the ne of your medicine and have

Taft was very conservative it needed seven more votes to secure come later. over to the said Board of Public Works advised dozens of women who were suffering -

in what he said in his speech at Columbus its passage, and that we still more deplore Mr. and Mrs. Robert McPherson, or their duly authorized agents, all the with woman's Ills to rue Peruna

... about the railroads. He is of the fact that eight Baptists in of Stuart, arrived Monday for a short tax books of the city of Miami for and let the doctors alone.

the opinion that they should be per- the house refused to grant the request visit with their daughter, Mrs. P. L. the year 1907, and deliver, without delay better"Those today who and followed many are my fully advice restored are

mitted make of this convention twice made to the said Board of Public Works,
: to rate agreements. Wright. They will go on to their to health."

It T- That is the view the president took thus ignoring the conv ention's appeal summer home in Sea Breeze and lat or their duly authorized agents, all and Mrs.WUda Mooers, R. F. D., No. I,

;j in his Indianapolis speech. If that and fixing a stigma upon the denomi- er will go to Georgia and probablyto every other account, books, voucher Lents,Ore.,writes:

poiicy had been adopted years'ago: nation in the state. their old home in Iowa.GEORGIANA. statement and any and every other'I i "For the past four years I was a
effect belonging to
or properly I
\: Resolved second, That we imploreour wretched woman,suffering with severe
t $ \, there wouldn't have been any war brethren everywhere to withhold the said Board of Public Works In the! I, backaches and other pains, leaving me

on railroads. In its last analysis the discharge of their duties and obligations go weak and weary that it was only
their support from every candidatefor Mr. and Mrs. Naylor of Bonaven- that I able to attend
. railroad war is a fight between the1l in their official capacity as aboard L with difficulty was
legislative honors who will not ture, were shopping in town on Wed of Public Works, including to household duties.
: big shippers and the railroads. pledge himself to give the people of e"I used different remedies, but
.. ,. nesday. delivery of all teams, carts, ,
the state a chance to their found DO relict until load tried Perana.
express Miss Dora Breese returned home tools and every other equipment for

According to the St. Augustine wishes in the matter of state prohi- last week and Mrs. Breese with her merly in the custody and control ol f "Within two weeks there was achange
for the better and in less than three
Record orange growers in that sec bition. daughter, Mrs. Provost, now. said Board of Public works In the discharge .. months I was a well and happy woman.
Resolved third That of their duties until the furthei. I
tion are commenting on the disappearance we urge upon Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Munson took "All the praise U due to P"ru-1,"
brotherhood and all Christians and order of the court.
of the white fly. Where a dinner with Mr. and Mrs. A. B Car- I IHappy
w moral in the state the proprietyof ,
men -- ---- -- -
a' year or two ago they swarmed about ter and family Wednesday.Mrs. .
calling local option elections in all
the in countless myriads Henry Wilson to
groves now expects return -
counties in the state where the saloons -
the trees are looking bright and thrifty to Canaveral this week. Mrs. ColorsYou
have not yet been outlawed,
k : with white flies about. No Honeywell and baby will remain at
no that drive them out of know that there
we may every are colors which signify sadness, others which
- surmises as to the reason for the dis- county and precinct before the Georgia -:Mrs. Taylor's.Mrs. indicate happiness-but do you ever stop to thins how often people are
F Peachy had the misfortune to made sad or glad because of the colors?
appearance of the pest are mentioned. saloons take refuge in
-. can our J You know that children and flowers thrive best in
; Could it be that the long drought borders. burn one of her hands quite badly the sunshine. Why not have more sunshine in your
and it has made troublesomesore. own home, then-why not let us show how to
was another orthose fortunate "calamities' Resolved fourth, That we heartilyendorse quite a i ; it in the walls you get
She is under the doctor's by using
the city council of Jacksonville care.
4' that help Florida on to prosperity -

; \ as a state every now and then? in the efforts made to forestallthe Eddy Ramsey, of Lotus, and the j A1a1Jastine '

i plans of the homeless saloon keepers two elder sons of Dave Ramsey, of 1 V

of Georgia. Bonaventure, attended the servicesat The SanitaryWall Coating

A New England contemporary Resolved fifth, That we regret very the church last Sunday forenoon. .1 By having your walls decoratedwith

commenting on the appointment of a much that the prohibition amend- Mrs. Richardson and two little Alabastine you will make

: receiver for the Pope Manufacturing ment on the calendar of the state senate grand-daughters, Victoria and Carrie 1; them more artistic, more durable
and will
more sanitary,
't ; company in Hartford predicts that was not reached so that we might Ramsey, attended service here Sun make your home a more cheerS -

the time is at hand when the pricesof know the position of our state senators day. Ed Rudi' il brought them up ful place to live in. Let us show

automobiles will take a tumble. on this important question. from Lotus with his team of ponies. 0tPS p4 you Alabastine how easy is, and and how economical the different

That or not be correct. Resolved sixth That we learn with tints and stenciled designs -
may may Mrs.F. C. Allen, of Daytona Beach,
I pleasure that the state anti-saloon can be combined to produce -
I- The automobile business of the
'II coun- expects to arrive in Georgiana soon "exactly the effect

try is not precisely in the hands of a league is planning to commence at an to make her permanent home with '\ you want."

. trust, but there seems to be a sort of early day the publication of a journalin her mother, Mrs. May C. Munson 1 ALABASTINE Portfolio Price of AUbastlBe

1 "gentleman's agreement" the interest of prohibition, and we As five of her children will be with 1s now ready lor Designs roar tnspectioo.S .
among hereby pledge it our united and
I : them by means \\hichAmerican warmest support. her, new Georgiana's scholars school will have several -

purchasers are required to pay more The preamble and resolutions were
Last Sunday about:i of Eau Gal-
for machines than they are sold for unanimously adopted.E. .
lie's good people came in launche For Sale by EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY
in Europe. A Savannah man recently H. RENNOLDS: SR., up ,
and joined the services bringing
. returned from Berlin priced there Secretary.
their choir organist and ell-fillet VICTORTalking
r V American machine like
an identically
For an Impairrtl Appetite lunch baskets. Bro. Hawk gave

one he owned at home. He found To improve the appetite and. strengthen two good sermon at 11 and 2 o'clocl Machines Supplies a&4

. :_ that the Berlin price was nearly $200 the digestion try a few doves of( and the choir gave several selections ,
and Liver TVbUts )Ir. J. H. ifitz.
less than the price he had been com- of IKtnnt>> ,Mnh SlYSrht'y ntoivl mv appetite beside the regular hymns which were Records sold by the
when unpaired. relieved of bleated
me a -
pelled to in America. much appreciated by the people
pay Ijere
feeling and tau 'I1 a pliaut and !'iti t;u-t-
. ory DHtvenitnt of the bowel-*" Price i;> '\'ntauipiis Mrs. Houston Mr>. Christian Miss INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
. free at Tituile! Pharmacy and
t* lUnner I>ruz !Store: and all i .r Nobody who favors a square deal M..iert; bice
and Messrs. Eugene Mathews and >
I l' i will find very much to object to in the kly Weather Report. _
'. Reed Stewart composed the choir.
f-?: address which the president made at JfFITEB, .
Miss Spiller presided at the organ.

te) ProvincetownTuesday.: The meat of rainfall for statement the week of ending temperaturesand Tuesday. After the morning service the peo-

it is in what he says about trusts 1x11 1!IOI; ple picnicked in the church yard and Play Ball !IA

t that are monopolies or seek to be Aug.DATE 11 I\X..... MIT"1: "X....; MIN 71 quite a number of the Georgiana

such for the purpose of getting a -" 15: st "I' ..7 74 people took lunch and made coffee
1-5. "" i. "1 --1; ;
,, greater share of the world's goods ." 17 "i 7t "ti; 7.s for all, so that there was quite a

than they: are legitimately entitled 1". w ii 47 76 :gathering. Altogether it was a very
19. 1'9 74 "7 79 Complete Line ofBASE
affair and
** 20 fc.x 7 9 4 pleasant we certainly hope
; to. There is no objection, as theM 73
f Total rainfall for the week 1 4>> inches. they will come again.
president says, to a man accumulat- Departure rainfall for the week minus 1.4tj --- sP: .A..UI..I>ING-'S

i' r: ing as much wealth as he can as long inches.Departure rainfall since; Jan 1st minus Letter to John Henry

I ;1 as he does it honestly! nor to his hav. 10.74 inches U P II\KDIV. TitusMilr, Fla' BALL GOODSCarried

Dear IMP: Such experiences: as this are
ing a fortune provided he does not Official in Charge.
occurring all over the countrv.

use it to oppress others and take from Chamberlain Colic, Cholera and Diarr Jude I. U. Fairrhildowng two houses by

them by unfair means the share they hoea Kernel,Better Than exactly alike in Lufkin Texa' .1.\1.:
Three Doctors Torrence painted both houses, one iH-voe.
are entitled to, but there is objection, Three years ago we bad three doctors with 13} gallons; the other with another paint ,The H. & W. B. DREW CO.
our little boy and everything that they could sold at same price, L'5 gallon That 23;
to the amassing of a great fortune do seemed in vain. At last when all hope gallon paint is weak and 15 per cent

by special privilege, chicanery and seemed lan's Colic to be, Cholera gone we and began Diarrhoea UMHZ: Chamber-Remedy whiting. ; that's why it took 92] gallonsmore. Distributors for Florida

: i wrong doing, and to the using of a and in a few hours he began to improve. Today
he u as healthy a child as parents could You can learn for nothing what he had JACKSONVILLE FLORIDASend
fortune in that is harmful to for. Yours ,
great a way wish for. Mrs B.J.Johnston Linton. Miss. pay truly
For sale by Titusville Pharmacy, Banner 37 F. W. DEVOE&CO,
s to society, Drug Store and all dealers. P. S. J3.$. PntcharJ A Son sell our paint. for catalogue and samples for uniformsii ,


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it son" the Macon hunters alone bagged State Appropriations Shortage Rochester Gas Engines

800. The yarns In the histories of the There is little doubt that an extra .

old pioneer and his flintlock were session of the legislature be called .

\ ,: 1 > thrown ,into the shade by1 the work of HEW
by Gov. Broward since he has returned DESIGN
the fosileers of the twentieth century.
: i ;!;y-Missouri Game Preserve Beingi The lakes were alive with fish. from North Carolina, where he

:1111\--;: Changed Into Farm Land. But It couldn't last. Year by year has been spending a few weeks with TwoCycleThreePort

. -; the price ef bottom land steadily advanced his family.
.>- : >
and the pressure became too The discovery has been made and -
: '"CHAIN OF LAKES" DOOMED. great for the owner of the "sports
the announcement made in a semiofficial
man's paradise" and he at last, with One to Fear Cyl .
ISf" ,
much reluctance, let go. lie said be way that none of the special appropriations g

.4'I" ', Had Been a Sportsman's Paradise never 'made a deal in his life that he made by the recent legislature we+t inders, 2 1-2'to

' .., Since 1t3iDredg: "s Are Draining the i hated worse, and it didn't make him can be paid, because of the

J ;.: Waterways, While Giant Trees Are feel any better when he learned that fact that the tax levy and license tax 100 H. P.
_ the purchaser had soon turned the land
'::: :- Being Felled and Duck Harbors es will not produce sufficient revenue
over for a great deal more than he
('r : Leveled Up. Cut of our new design, 2 cycle, 3-port double(cylinder
1 _
.k. t""... paid for it But Mr. Hicks Is a busi- over and above the current expensesof Made up one to four cylinders,21 to 100 H. P.

';:' Big steam dredges and half'a dozen ness man and he appreciates the practical the state to pay them. 5 h. p. 2-cylinders, weight 125 pounds, price completewith

., $ growling sawmills are toiling by night force of commercial necessity.The Matters were brought to a focus reverse clutch, propellor and shaft $185 00
,. ,and by day at the desecratory task of "Chain of Lakes" under the con-
ditions It will thou- when the comptroller notified the 16 h. 4-cylinder weight 395 pounds price completewith
IJ_.' removing from the face of the earth confronting put p. ,
: the last real "happy hunting ground" sands of dollars into the hands of In- governor that he would refuse to reverse clutch, propellor and shaft $500.00

:w- in northern Missouri, writes a New dustrious workmen and every year It draw any warrants for the paymentof Record of "Baby Bullet" with a Rochester

Cambria (Mo.) correspondent of the will bring rich offerings to the great furniture for the new mansion. i
storehouse of the commonwealth.Eczema Eau Gallic to Palm Beach, time 81 boars. Entered ten races, more than 100 miles,making
Kansas City Star. Amid a canopy of The appropriation for finishing and every lap with a variation of less than 30 seconds. Palm Beach to Ban Gallic 120 miles,
tarllke smoke from 8 3 4 hours. All this hitch. Write for and .
engine stacks canals running without a me catalogue price*
furnishing the mansion comes in the
t ::. are being dug to drain the water '
'. .;;, from the lakes giant trees For the good of those suffering with eczema category of those that cannot be paid GF.. P.ADDXSON -
; are being
or other such trouble,I wish to say, my wife
_' felled and sawed up for wagon, tim had something that kind and after using because they are extraordinary and Eau G- tlllo, : : Florida:

..:', bers mine props and railroad ties and the doctors'remedies fOr some time concludedto do not come under the head of regular -- --- ----- .-- --. -- .-- ----
k. try Chamberlain's Salve, and it proved to
all the duck harbors
are being leveled
be better than anything she had tried. For or ordinary expenses, and the attorney
t.> up. Within two years from now the A Cash
sale by Titusville Pharmacy and Banner general has given an opinion Proposition
once' magnificent preserves known as Drug Store and all dealers.

.":'. a the "Chain: of Lakes" will be a vast that under a law passed the last day

.t '. stretch of corn and wheat and oats, FAD OF PITTSBURG WOMEN. of the session the current expenses of SIXTY PER OE3NO A YEA.R ;

with not even a stump as a landmark the state must be paid or providedfor .
where the huntsman had trod. Beginning Aug. 10th we will introduce our "CASH WITH
Having Their' Vermiform Appendixes before any of the appropriationsare
f Up until the early part of the which will believe benefit both ourselves and
pres- Removed Because of Social Vogue. paid, and this being the construction ORDER" system we ':
ent year the "Chain of Lakes" was as customers.On
That Pittsburg society women have our
wild and picturesque as on the day, In of the law the comptroller says )
On all orders accompanied by cash check order .
developed a morbid fad in having their or money we
the 1833, when the Foxes and there is nothing to do but to hold t.
vermiform appendixes removed and will allow a discount of 5 per cent from our regular prices on all
Sa.cs shook the dust of Missouri from them all for there will not be I material.As
that the amputation has become so up, .j

their moccasins and began their west- much of a vogue as to have become arequisite money enough to pay them. bills would be paid in thirty days, anyway, this is equivalentto
ward trek. Clear to the beginning
up to enjoy social equality with 60 per cent a year.
j The situation anticipated by t
of this evidences of Indian was :
century occupancy -
the upper set is the startling announce- This discount will positively not be allowed on any orders not _
?e were found. Across the river Gov. Broward and he sent a special '
cash which have be
ment made the other night after careful accompanied by or to charged.We .
was a massive stone dam. wide and to the legislature two days all material and stand
inquiry says a Pittsburg special to message guarantee ready to correct any errors
solid. In the mounds on either side the New York World. before the close of the session calling that we make. f

the bank one could pick up arrowheads All orders from reliable customers will be filled heretofore
Time hangs too heavily upon the attention to the condition, which as ,;
; and flint chips by the basketful hands of these women. Tiring of the but if you wish to participate in ourCASH DISCOUNT PLAN, get
would confront the administrative
with here and there curious dou-
a list estimate and remit with order.
social whirl and the painful monotonyand our or our
ble edged ai with grooves for the split officers if proper action were not
lack of novelties in freak enter-
handle. Some old hunters say they tainments and social diversions mem- taken by the legislature. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY

found mound full of bones where .
one ,
----- ---
r bers of the gentle sex of the upper circle -
legend had It that the Foxes and Sacs Don't Grumble f' f
are now resorting to the soothing REASONSFor
fought over a great pot of gold given
effects of anaesthetics and the from
sensations When your joints ache and you suffer ,
the former tribesmen for valuable serv of the table. rheumatism buy a bottle of Ballard's Snow
operating Againstthe Buying a High Speed, Ball spend a Pleasant
Liniment and get instant relief. A positive I
evidently advice of physicians and with professional Bearing
a some care for rheumatism,burns, cuts contracted
assurance that the appendixesare muscles, sore chest etc Mr. I.T. Bogy, a i Alf Dour

story, because as late as 1S90 people In good order and acting intelligently prominent merchant at Willow Point Texas, "Standard" Rotary Shuttle a 'i

living near the river met and talked and with precision, many wom- says that he finds Ballard's Snow Linimentthe
with Indians who had made the long best all round liniment he ever used.
en insist upon having the pesky things Machine
!Sold by Titusville Pharmacy and Banner Sewing
R Journey from their far western reservation removed.A Drug Store.
to verify the data given them by
prominent Pitts burg
surgeon says:
their sires. They were seen diggingat "I occasionally run across cranks In A special dispatch from London ONLY ONE REASONFor 1r.
but if
places along the river they
operating It becomes
women. a
told. states that wearied society women buying other machine
r?) located the treasure they never mania with them to he operated upon any ,

Some years ago the "Chain of I have one woman In mind. If I should are now using electric treatment for viz.: It is cheaper. But 'there is r.

Lakes. clothed In all the majesty of tell yon who her husband is you would their nerves so as to withstand the

Its primeval grandeur fell Into the wonder that she did not have better manifold duties of the social season. more difference in the quality looking ever the HENRY BOSCH COMPANY -

hands of Oswald lUcks, a prominentreal sense. She not only insisted that her than in the price. WALL PAPER samples at your
estate man of Macon. Mr. hicks Specialists use an electric battery on own home-sitting comfortably In yourwyehairl
vermiform appendix be removed with-
You make better election
emu a
when a boy, had shouldered his fa- out cause! but every other organ she overworked nerves and the treat The "Standard" ROTARY SHUTTLE that way than by ransacking the ctorMY .l

ther's old blunderbuss and, with a could possibly spare. She Is now in ment has become a fad. NEVER STOPS when the machine is in .. ... U>. wkol h..-th very latest

r= faithful dog at his heels, set out in New York seeking another operation. i operation. Old style shuttles start and d color(!* u effect-th.,including loveliest imported tints and patterns richest

t quest of gaine. But on every enticing Her husband's name would startle Remedy for Dlarrliwa. Never Known STOP TWICE each rtitch. Just; thinkof Everything rood in waD papers in the 1
wood he met this discouraging legend to Fail"I the extra strain and wear that this Boachline.
want to say a few words for Chamber- makes'! The 'Standard" Rotary Shuttle It's economy too--yoa ret the lowest
Deafness Cannot Be Cured ain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.I moves on continuously without a jar. New*Tork-Chicsiro price*.
Warning! have used this preparation in my family for The needle bar has only two motions to Will call with Boech Samples-
No Hunting Mowed By local applications,as they cannot reach the say hour you name. Look
the five and have recommended it
past years every stitch, whereas the vibrator bar has them over to your heart's content .j
Under I'tnalt :diseased portion of the ear. There is only one toa number of people in York county and not the lout obligation to jj
of i way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional have never known it to fail to effect care in four.No balance wheel required to b1l,.. If s tar war of adver ;
r l THE LAW! any in!'tanre, I feel that I cannot say too heavy toUc the Bosch Wall PaDsn. '
remedies. Deafness is caused by inflamed
an motion over the stops and starts.
much for the best remedy of the kind in theworld" carry
In condition of the mucous lining of the S. Jemison, Spring Grove, York The momentum of each stitch helps
The last two words were always
eustachian tube. When this tube gets inflamedyou County, Pa. This remedy is for sale by Ti- make the next.
capitals and carried with them the suggestion have a rumbling sound or imperfect bearing nsvillePharmacy, Banner Drug Store and Less noise than any other machine. V. W. ELDRED .

of stone dungeons and Iron ,and when it is entirely closed deafness is all dealers. I RUNS 75 PER CENT.: LIGHTEn
bars. So he resohed when he grew the result,and unless the inflammation can betaken THAN OLD STYLE MACHINES.
: The Painter and Decorator
up If he could not be president he out and this tube restored to its normal The fact that it is the most rapid sewing Up-to-Date
condition, hearing will be destroyed forever machine made is conclusive proof thatit
for his
: would do something country CASTOR I TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh. and evidence ,
anyhow. When he bought the COO which is nothing but an inflamed condition of is the lightest running, good _d. ___ __
For Infants and Children. it is very quiet.It .

: acres comprising the "Chain of the; mucous surfaces.We .

k Lakes." the owner was glad to let It case of will deafness give One(caused Hundred by catarrh Dollars) that for cannot any, The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears motions is the of most the treadle rapid sewer to three-makes of other two O. A. STEWART ,

go cheap because It was nothing buta be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for. machines in sewing the same length of;

Jungle and no good for farming. But iinularsfree.: I theSignature seam. It makes 175 stitches while others
'., It was at that period the finest duck F J. CHENEY &; eo.Toledo,Or // make 100. FIRE
;* hunting ground in the tate and It makes both the two thread lock
the best.
abounded with squirrels rabbit Family_._are_. -- stitch and the single thread chain stitch.

I coons, possums and foxes. iDA1gTORIA.Bean : NOTICE It makes the prettiest and most elastic I Insurance !

his deed Mr. hicks its Kind Yu Have Always Boight8ignatnre stitch. i
On receiving
the !
that the undersigned of
Notice is hereby giver Tensions! not changed by change
made the public announcement that 114tI # as ex-officio administrator of the speed, size of thread, thickness of goods,
: the "Chain of Lakes" wa.. open to the of llJl/ estate: of John H. Harris, deceased, will nor length of stitch;-w hat other machinecan TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

hunters of the world. At numerous apply to the lion. Minor S. Jones, judge do as much -- -

4 places on the edges of the estate in Notice to Teachers of the circuit court for Bre\ard county, Does not break thread when machineis I represent some of the leading

substitution for the less Inviting sln: Florida, in open court at Fort Pierre, run bat.k ward". companies of the world and
was the hospitable placard: Office Superintendent Public Institution Ti- Florida, or wherever the court may then The "Standard" Rotary has the biggest any
tusMlle\ rU. he, upon the 17th day September, A. bobbin of anv lock'f'titch machine. Holds business entrusted to me will receive P ,(

1 i Thfollowiu is a list of the text books to I). 1907, or as soon thereafter as applicant 100 yards of No. SO rotton. prompt andcareful attention

You Can Shoot Anything I beusoda! basis IIf the September examination can be heard, for leave to sell the The tension i is releaeed when takingout I -
on This Land j! 1WT: following described land to pay the debts the jyxxK.

But the 'Yarden. : Orthography-lee'l'$ Word Lessons li>c), of the said John II. Harris, deceaeed, to- The shortest needle used in lock stitch
Maynard, Merrill A. Co- New York. wit machints-therefore less liable to bend ROBBINS
The bars thus let down, the fame of ll'adinz-Any.tandard author willanswer. "A strip or land two hundred and fif- and skip studies. .

the "Chain of ikes" soon spread (Composition Maxwell & Smiths Writingin ty-eight ((238)) feet wide on the north side" Feed motion all po iti\e-no springs GRAHAM
abroad. Hunting parties visited It f5c American Rook Co.ArithmeticMilne of the northwest quarter of the northern Hired-heni-e machine will feedtneral
Standard (bik). American
regularly from Kansas City, St. Joseph Book Co. Atlanta.s quarter (or lot 2) of section seven ((7)), thicknesse-of goods and seams without 0 1

.. Moberly and other cities of the English: Crammar-Ietealfs (We). .\nuri- township thirt '-one ((31)) south, of ran-e "chewing" the cloth, no matter what !I
found can Book Co thirty.nine (:;!>) east, containing seven length of!"titth.Villwear (Incorporated Paid up Capita: 0.0.a !
t state, and they always game U. S. lIi.tory-Fidd's Grammar Schno1tl;, and SMOO (7,82 J} acres, said strip IK-HI: \ twice as long; aO other lockstitch I
a-plenty to pay them for their trip. American Bonk Co. the north 2fet't of the said described machine" This company own" lands i

They marveled that such a fine hunting Florida History-Erevan!&Benmtt's(t*><. "(ort\" and situated in St. Lncie county, Pest set of attachments in any machine in the Indian Iliver Country I

place should exist in the heart of \merivan Book Co. and Fairbanks, II A. W. Florida" JI*. CKOWN, Ex Oihcio self-a-ljustmg. And f fastened to the ,on the '::t. Lncie River, tat

an agricultural section so densely pop- B. Drew Co. Natural Advanced Administrator of the Estate of presser; bar in place of the foot New River and on Biscayne -

ulated.In \.Si.ieojrapby-Redway's,23)), American Book Co.Physio'ogyColeman John II. Harris, dt"'tMol'd. lest: ball bearing, fitted with adjustable Ilay.PRICES '

their migrations during the spring s Elements of ((9( The McMillan Co., Atlanta. :\tost wily threaded of anmachint- TO SUIT 'I'llITHIES: : t,
of Lakes" proveda -
and fall the "Chain Civil Government Yotum's Civil Government EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG. made. I I

fatal way station for countless of Florida and the United States ($1 I. Becan-f all sewing: machine companies Send for landlist.OFFHEPAT .

coveys of pintails mallards, teal and E. O. Painter Co.. DeLand. Fla. F.DUREN,Agent, are tt-tiftin;! to -npenontyof the 1
ffe blackjacks. It was no uncommon Algebra-Milne's High coool tilt, American -tandjirii" Jtarhl1ttie by bringingout tTITL'SYILLE
Book Co.Physical I
L thing for a hunter to come out of the"wilderness" I Geography-Tarr's New ({!,. -- -_ Florida and and offering for ale rotary shuttle AND MIAMI.
f with a hundred slain.' The McMillan Co..Atlanta. machines These machines they do not I
of the air. In one fair seaL Theory and Practice-For first grade certificates attempt to ell, knowing they are defective -
voyagers Principles of Education owing to ourcontrol of basic '
-Psychological patents: .
by lorne. Parts 111 an.I1for September WesternHeats but thev do n-e them a? an argument HANDY MOTH PAPER ,
Hunting for Trouble ($1.50)),The MoMilUn Co.. Atlanta. Ga. against rotary machines in the effort to ,

T lived in California 20 years and am For seconc and third grade certificates sell their old style \ibrator.. i i l
"I've for trouble in the way of burns, Tompk m's l'hilosol'hyofTeacbing(':5<<:),Ginn g7)) I I' A moth destroyer and dismfeitant Placed
till hunting
(; y under carpets or in the fold of fur and cloth-
wounds.boila cats sprains, or a case of &; Co. a. The Standard Sewing Machine i 4
sores Arnica Salve won't quickly These books may be had of most book deal- ing it drives away moths and worry Twelve

r,f piles care that"Bucklen's writes Charles Walters, of Alle- ers in the state, or from the publishers by of all Kinds, is sold by the Indian River sheets in a packet carriage prepaid 10 cents. I) ,

Sierra Co. No use hunting, )Ir. ttal- mail, post. paid,on receipt of price. 1 Six: : lo&l'kets5Qcentsifclruggistd0e5n'thaveit. I

Kit cures every case. Guaranteed at Ti- of J.Public R.WALKEB.Instruction. Music Houes, Titusville I "...lI an Powder Work,Iertlon 846 i I
tusville Pharmacy aDd Banner Drug Store. Supt. Brevard County, Fla. TITCSVILLE, FLORIDA Clarkeetille,Ion a ? .. 1

25c. .

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possible to secure lands for homes at THE REAL OBJECTION.Live .

LABOR SUPPLY MOVE[ the terms.: lowest prices and on their own ( Oak Democrat)

There has been much criticism of arather Typewriters
Georgia wants all the people she can

get who will work. Single men are scornful "I-told-you-so" Character -

Uncle Sam Starts Biggest Employment preferred there. The cities and the In- because the editors summoned as

t dustrial centers, especially in the fast witnesses before the committee at Tallahassee = -
Bureau to Out
'wi Help developing Iron trade want more people investigating the records of the

than are to be had. Farm laborersare Board of Internal Improvement, didn't Celebrated
In like demand. Utah asks for know after there. Agents
NO EXCUSE'FOa IDLENESS. anything they got
"both single and married men andrew
They didn't seem to be able to make
t Mexico needs labor for railroad
in the details of all the
good revealing
and mining. Minnesota promises work
Terence V. Powderly,' Former Head of for thousands, both on the farms and alleged graft and corruption of which FAYTHOLESTypewriter

Knights of Labor, Has Charge of In the cities. we have heard so much in vague, indefinite ,

r New Office-Demand For Workers There vigorous intimation that or- kind of way in the public prints,

& Exceeds. Supply-Single Men Pre ganized labor does not like this propa- and the ,champions of the board are

ferred In Georgia. ganda In favor of foreign labor, and scornfully hilarious in consequence. For
threats have been muttered of makingit
The greatest employment bureau iu our part we charged no graft nor cor-
a political issue in 1908. The labor
', the world is what the new information organization people insist that there ruption, and had no knowledge of any-

bureau of the immigration service L are still many unemployed people in thing of that kind, but we were nl1-

suddenly becoming writes a' Washington the United States and that the government much opposed to the extraordinary pow-
used in {
correspondent of the New York would better devote itself to getting ers claimed by this board, and which 1,000 now

Globe. Terence V. Powderly, once idle people Into relations with made it in effect a distinct department of

head of the Knights of Labor. is in jobs rather than to inducing more im the government responsible only to itself -

charge of the bureau. and after open- migration. for its conduct. Th Tampa Trib-

Ing correspondence with the responsible Confectionery Exposition. une doubtless speaks for many other

t officers of all the states concerningthe Budapest is to have this summer an papers in Florida, as well a? itself in

actual conditions with reference to International exposition of bakery printing its view of the case as follows!

need for labor and opportunity for em- confectionery and like Industries.POLITICAL "It must be borne in mind that the

ployment this is what he says: Tribune's stand has not been that there

"Xo man in this country able and I was any graft or stealing going on in .

willing to work has any excuse for the operating of the board but its adverse ..

+ idleness. There is demand from practically Williams Is the Winner. criticism has been based on the

every state for labor, both The primary election in Mississippi fact that no State should tolerate the

Bkilled and unskilled. The governors for senatorial nominee of the dominant -
existence of any board possessing absolutely __ __ ____ _h_ __ __ ------
r or other officials are calling on us to party showed Congressman Williams responsibleto
autocratic power, not
send them men and women who want a few hundred votes ahead of
but to itself. We were -
work and giving assurances that the Governor Varda- anyone

t work will be provided. The factoriesand ,.d ,, man on the face of concerned over the unparalleledeffort SecondHand TypewritersALL
farms the mines and mills, all the returns, with made by Governor Broward last

join in the chorus of demand while .: several counties yetrh' year to further extend the power of this

from everywhere com the soprano to l>e heard from. board and to fasten it, indefinitely. as a MAKES ALL PRICES

note of, insistence that more domestic: The friends of the burden upon the people of the State, bygiving ,

servants be provided. governor were loud it' constitutional existence-em-
k a *
Commissioner of Labor Sargent In their demandsfor Terms to SuitTypewriter
., bodying it as one of the provisions of :
some tune ago got in mind that it a recount or
the basic laws of the State of Florida.
would be a good thing to learn the ac- a second primary.
tual facts about the reported demand ''' Later Governor This we most certainly did condemn in Repairing a SpecialtyRIBBONS

for labor. It seemed phenomenal that '. Vardaman acceptedthe most unmeasured terms. There was no
-- -- -- -- - ----- --- -- -- -
with the unprecedented Immigration decision of the excuse for it; there was no precedent

there should be an ever increasing state committee de- for it. It was the opening of an oppor-

r demand for workers. Moreover he J. S. Williams. Glaring Williams tunity for the most stupendous graft

ft wanted to learn everything possible nominated by a majority of G4S vote should its affairs ever fall under the

:y about the proper distribution of Immigrants Although irregularities were noted' on control of corrupt men." We guarantee our Ribbons to be Non-Filling and

t so that newcomers should be both sides neither was inclined to

placed where they were wanted and press! the matter of a recount or a An Interesting Suit.TimesUnion. Durable
would find work and people who bad new primary.

> 1 work to do would find people to do It ( .) 75 cents each, or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach-

Mr. Sargent has found out what he AN ALLY TO CUPID. A suit has been instituted in the
wanted to know. lie has learned that court that to ine. Any color. ;,
4 United States may prove
v workers are wanted everywhere. No
Expressman Makes Specialty of Handling be of much interest when the declara-
community Is willing to lose any of
Baggage For Elopers.A ; tion is filed. It is a suit for $7,500
the desirable Immigrants. Every com CARBON PAPER
bewliskeretf 'upid In the: guise of
munity seems to want more than it for alleged damages brought by D. Ar-

4 gets. an e\pre>srian has ojMMied headquarters thur Teed against the Koreshan Unity Our Carbon Paper is the Best. $1.65 to $4.00 per
nt 4444 Easton avenue a f a Mi:on-
Mr. Powderly was given charge of at Estero, Lee county Fla.
able section of $t. Louis. Over his dooris
this inquiry as chief of the Information the legend This is the colony of which Dr. C- box, 100 sheets to the box.
work. He sent out circulars to
R Teed is the founder and head
"IJunaway Coupler I'riend rus
.s all governors, asking specific questions Can furnish size color.
Charles C'J"iwlhs Is the Cupid. and man. The last session of the Florida any any
about labor conditions, the demand for
he Is wiling: to help nil elopers who
act abolishingthe
legislature passed an
-- ----
c ; workers, the sort of work to be done
apply for aid a St Louis! dis-
says of Estero. The only
wages, conditions of employment, etc. municipality
'e Especially be wanted to know about patdi papers yet filed in the suit is a prae-

!!it: opportunities for getting heap land and"It'get a married.difficult" thing lie said to steal"unless away the ripe for summons ad lespon'lendum, R. C. DAVIS & CO.

: and whether the states offered any e\pressmau: is on to his job un.lIr.. therefore nothing can bo told of th<
L-.T' sort of inducements to hnml auts.
ries off the baggage qu'etly.! grounds of the suit.
1: } The replies SID to leave no doubt
.; lie told of an experience: In which hew There is nothing to indicate the relationship
U of the genuineness of the demand for
caticht He Mumbleil on the stairs Jacksonville Fla.
as between tho person bring-
-1$ more people. First IOIJPthe ca'l!! for

ct farm laborers. New York tells of the and woke tlu family up. ing the suit and the head of the Kore ,
"I manazed to make 'v1i: the
number of farms there (urIc or rent away shan Ucity, but it is understood that
: trunk ail risht. he said, "bat after
r J ) a because of the shortage of people to he is a son of Dr. Cyrus R. Teed. The
i waiting at the I'nion station for an
run them Massachusetts has a like filing of the declaration will be watched -
" hour the jouuz man in the (nse tame ( 1
Plaint le-enforved by thestatislksthat _
I to me with a ln; free and said the for with interest. _
Massachusetts loves. New -
Ilampshireseconds = -i
: lIe saM the had ,
gtale was !(p
the motion. E.'II'Illly docs
been -iplured and hocked In her n>oni. Important Industry For Starke. l
New England want domestic sonants. =
1 -I waatraM to take the tnmk back
Not more than half the states Lave (Bedford Count Telegraph.) t
and face the father but in a few days
., yet sent in their: answer, but they The /f
he came ill and said he had large saw mill of the Tons nu
represent all sections and are in the
enil. lie told me to dieik the trunk Lumber Company is to be located in
frame vein "s-end all kind flf wca"inalen. >.- /
I "Married for iVnver. along with several others Starke. This was iHv'ded on b) the
writes Oregon.: fir.f" (
the entire family was going to 'run
as stockholders of the several riaLi4l
single; : are all wanted; no difference in company
.f" the deman.l7New away' to s.'t" the daughter get married days ago and the have now purchaseda
York despite that it shows a site for the mill, and alP going ahead / '

fins list of faun 'I'IK.rt1tIitit.s fir |M> For Over Sixty Years with arrangements for installing the / 4 ?p' :

I. vti wmt to l> lease, loe. n't
p'e : u.: or :\1\\'ins10\\'s' Nwitliiiig > nip has!' plant. The company boa;ht [ron: I
tract hborrrs for the i'>; and ..1t1ts'I been U'-eil! for on-r sixtytearsby tuitions
: Mrs. E. Husbands the fifteenacretract
not need t-!ec'i ni< s. Untlier the lopartinent of mothers for their ciuldn.n w iule teethiur.frithperfect .

i of la'>or :ItH'1l1J i M" dsword sneers*. It. oothest'ie' of land just beyond the northern

'I ;. fiat the stare has 4'',MU tlIi111h'tmdi'"i child, softens tie pump, allays ail pain, limits of the town, lure the baseball

IN' :' tiut.utiio; pi :1:!.' euro wild coin, awl is i the best remedytor park is now located and on this property -
;l dtarrh'wa. It will relieve the Iaorlittlesuffeterin
{ I tlut there is nw.mity in :ai.\
r 1 \. : lion save on the fan:: : XC'i'ork.. ofcourse. sri-t-ine\en i part imnw.1iat..h'Hf lie world Stddhvditi: Twentv-,- The companis under coatiact to 1 t+ I Iv 1!5

p ;: i> cMrenxlv, IIIM'J to the l"t1" '- L'iW fr\\T ;
ii\e vnta bottle. 1;'" HUt'0,1 a-k: for nit. six undred thousand feet e,f Inmrer \ ,
: ply of lalx. that cwies on the innui- ")Jri \Vr->!ow' Sxitlan;: >\-nI'," and
t i : grant t'hips. It is get trie a;;; 111.11.of. f,ke lo k'tul 4nlilat.'t.1 under per month so it may he rea !Hv

I l ': these as it feels able to assimilate.: the food :\1:<: .. s..rial! inn :,er ItVis, sire t(
Hut the south wants farm and plantation : one. employing a large f'ure of -- :

workers and thanks: : for IN men. The company owns the sags- -

'$ short handed mmTIll' demand i.. I '11 11tv1HFP; A; jf'' Mill timber on 63,000 acres of !l.r.,! :m I
the same from all the southern states : it is .
I I calculated that This wf 1 J\ .1
that lute rei>orted. I.ouiMana sent ; II ; : "J' '
; : the trill rennin, for at l'a't txv hit ANA
one of the most insistent Ieriand in U : / .' '. 1 U .
.. tludiLg the offer of trio gorges and .. ./. ;ars. It is expected to have f:i.' '1..', ,
i '," r._'..ii"y"' /' :,0. /' 'in Operation hv December ...
> laf
fuel t<> C'eswl woiKtrs. AVaees; :r ,) ::
from "t; tints to ?l.-U for plantation ;!- .; ; <., ;.; --- -- --

hand. with free hume and commonly '-- Y 11.1):0::; .ivvn I.TIM:.

{ with free fuel: mill Landran get rir: !Kif\rltl f'1 A:
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Kill ('haudrrkrin'. (:fir., ')inl_
from $1.iC i to $-1 per clay accordm:: to ( r.t andIiarrlo.a
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skill and the tr:1I11'lif'l with mal! :
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"'- M'D' It i-. with pleasure tint I rice. t'unti! ,
I amounts of money will nK fin-l it .! -' yon
t s.,!,(itttl t..tiuIHhi, a :sear:.?., wh,:n sale by the
Blood Skin Diseases, Cancer, I I heal a M'were '-''*. Itf inca>l lt.. I got c;,n/lit in
t Cures Free A few doses of this remedy will in- a hard rain and the mra-ie.. s..t'I It'-i in mv
J Greatest Blood Purifier vinablr cure an ordinary :attack of Stomach and! ItQwcI!: had a'i awful turn INDIAN RIVER
If your Wood i impure, thin lisea e ', diarrhoea a. ami hall it not txvn f.'rtm, use of l'a.nnlw-: a
, t i hot o'r full of humors, if yon haw bloo. It can always be clept'ntlt-ll11pon. :ain's OlnCh..Ie.a and Durrh.x.i Re' i.. carbuncle, eating sorts, could not have TK",.,,IV iived but i lew I'uuivI
in the attacks
r poison, cancer, even more severe of
nicr. but tl ankto this n'm< dv, I am now if
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:. .!'('rofl11.t'Czt'ma., itching, cramp o 'ic and cholera morbns HOUSE
strung and will I hawnt'cii tin l I"\"t'
scaSby pimply skin, bone pin;:, It is successful for ,
bumps equally : eiiiiuufrdiarrhttt through simple gratitude IIt,11 shall alnav"pak ,.
catarrh, rhvumati-m, or anv bl-oil or an.l cholera infantnm in a good wcrl for this remedy :'HIU, IIJwin. I
skin disease, take Botanic Wood Balm children and is the means: of f'arinlrtht' Concord v Tito..ville TITUSVILLE FLA.
h (D B. B.) Soon all sores heal aches lives of many children each year Pliaruiaty.lUnia-r drug: Store and; au dtaiers.K'M ,

; .and pains stop and the blood is made When minced with water and __u_ k

pure and rich. Drug ists orbyexpres" sweetened it is pleasant to take. OA.STOR.X.I .. ,

j .. $1 per large bottle. :Sample free by w nt- Every man of a family should keep Bears the the : Vol d:1! ::: .
. y Ins Blond Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga B B this remedy in his home. Buy it now.

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: 0a J egelablePreparationforAssimilating -
{ efficiency, but on the contrary charges bombardment of the Moorish quarter theToodandRegulatjp -

I ;. I EXECUTIVEAlabama's I higher prices than those which would of the city, firing more than 2,000 shells <*ftp.Stomachs and Bowels of Bears the '

have existed and he declares that and completely destroying that section. .

:.!5' ,.,::. under free competition greater economy The bombardment lasted forty-eight :
Railroad Controversy. and efficiency would have been de lours, and then more French troops
: Despite! the federal injunction issued veloped.In were landed to restore order in the

'. on request of the Southern railway to answer to the question why independent panic stricken city. The Jewish quarer Promotes D gesUon.C etfut- ...

.. prevent the state of North Carolina concerns may not now com was believed to have been sacked ne5sandRest.Containsneither of

from putting into execution its new pete with the trust and force It to reduce by the Moors. The streets were filled Opium)Iorphinc nor Mineral.1'oTNAHCOTIC -

railway rate law. Governor Collier prices the commissioner recounts with the dead and wounded and all .

brought about an the various unfair practices of the hops were closed.

acute crisis In the trust chief of which are railroad discrimination Regulating Aerial Warfare.

legal controver-y price discrimination In The Hague conference has recognized 1/at.a'tuIrSAHmPt1'CBER

by causing the license selling bogus companies espionage of he success of the airship inventors by :J.

of the Southern rivals short measure and Inferior taking up the practical question of / -
to be revoked. of 011.Government. aerial warfare. The commission on AR e s.- In I IfJuI

This action wa !
Best Shipbuilder. humanitarian usages has agreed that '

based upon the law The battleship Connecticut the first only dirigible balloons, manned by
passed by the legislature
/ of its class to be built by the government rained aeronauts, may be employed UseFor

'. last winter I instead of by private contract, in and that no explosives may be thrown
requiring foreign Apofect Remedy for Constipation
upon cities. A preliminary
I a series of runs over a measured course
nonresident corporation vote on the consideration of the American ,Sour Stomach.Diantoea.
off the Maine coast has proved herself
? to take oat better than her sister ship, the Louisiana proposition for a permanent Inter- WonnsjConvulsions.Fcverish- Over
a license and for and LOSS OF SLEEBMerchants
built by the Newport News com nat onal court of arbitration was fa- cess
bidding them to re- -
vcrable twenty-seven nations assent-
pany. The Connecticut made an aver
Governor Comer.Birmingham. mcne civil units age speed of 18.t3 knots for her the Ir.g. Great Entain by moderating the T" (
a state court best runs and her fastest time was terms of the proposal to limit armaments I Thirty YearsCASTO
to a federal Court. Recently a civil
19.01, nt>t allowing for tidal correc has won Germany's approval. .
suit brought by citizens of Talladega
and It Is assured of adoption.
tions. The best average of the Louisiana
county against the Southern for personal -
was 18.59 for five runs. Meeting of Kaiser and Czar.
injuries was removed from the

county court to the federal court at'I Another Utilities Commission. The personal interchange between

: Thin act was taken to The Connecticut gejeral assembly the rulers of Germany and Russia on.he RIA

; justify the revoking of the license by wound op its session by enacting a high Sea is believed to have dealt
with the new Anglo-Russian/ treaty,
Secretary of State Julian, but action
law somewhat similar to that just and Nicholas Is thought to have ..",,1 .. ,
., to enforce the revocation was deferred assured or cor"Ta. co.paaT. aEW TOIU can.
, Subsequently officials of the Southern adopted In New York providing for the AYillSam! that, although it gave

: railway conferred with Governor Com appointment of a commission to supervise Russia! a port on the Persian gulf, this
and control all the public utilitif..eof would In nowise interfere with the
er in the hope of effecting a compromise.
the state. The law designates th. Herman plan for a railroad-through the

members of this commb On Aug. 8. after three days of
The assembly also passed a law pro- hat[ the czar arranged a loan of $02500.0CO ,-
conferences the state administration

numerous ,
reached an agreement Tiding that no woman or minor shall :: with German bankers conditioned QUEEN OF SEA ROUTES.

with the Southern railway by which be employed more than fifty-ei ibt on the whole sum being upended -
\ hours a week or more than ten hours on warships to be built in GermanyEDUCATIONAL :
the latter will put the reduced passenger
a day. The Idea Is to prescribe a maximum
and freight rates into effect pending
I week and day rather than definite
t a test of the constitutionality of the I 1
hours when work shall begin and
laws In the United States supreme
end. & Miners
court, in return for' which the state Official Aims of the N. E. A. Steamship Lines

't will surrender to the railroad Its li The declaration of principles made

,( cense. Federal Injunctions are to be I FOREIGN'' by the recent semicentennial convention -BETWEEN-

modified to fit this adjustment. A test of the National Educational association
case on the validity of the law will be at'les Indorses the

made at once and the line of procedure Accident on French Warship.hie growing insistence upon the special I SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct
\- school .
\ the lYench gunnery
; in future cases will be determined.Smith' preparation of teachers favors the ad-
ship Couronne was at target practice "
I ance in salaries to "a living wage
Oil Trust Report. .
near Toulon on Aug 2 a terrible explosion approves the spread of rural hfgh Connections for-

i 'Commissioner of Corporations Her blew off the breech block of a schools, says that commercial and
bert Knox Smith In the second part of hundred millimeter gun killing thref
trade schools should be added wherever New York and Boston.
.his report to the president on the petroleum and seriously wounding five persons possible, urges free evening Washington,

I industry deals with prices and The exact cause of the explosion is a I schools and the use of buildings and

i profits. lie declares that the familiar mystery, but will be the subject of a I grounds "for the relief of the poor of

",. assertion of oil trust officials that the rigid Investigation. ths: crowded districts in the summer," Through tickets on sale at principal points.
reduced the of
combination price Russian General Slain. asks the harmonizing of child labor
oil Is untrue. On the contrary he asserts Accommodations and cuisine unsurpassed.
laws "the revival
Word comes from riatigorsk/ Caucasus truancy regrets
that the Standard Oil co.npmy that General Karakozoff, ex of the idea that the common school I U
... has used its SEND FOR BOOKLET.
the last ten
during years governor general of Odessa, was shot a place for teaching: nothing but reading
the of oil absolutely
raise price
power to and killed In the center of the town :; spelling, writing aud ciphering":; '
and relatively to the cost of production by several assassins, who escapwl He and declarethat the object is "to II. C. .\YEUCom'. Agent! Jacksonville.

and number this statement of prices is directly based upon collected had aroused the hatred of the revolutionary teach children how to live righteously J. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. & T.M., W. P. TURNER, P. T. M.,
a large class, by his severe measures and happily and that to accomplish
by the bureau from thousands of GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE MO.noTJ .
In repress Jug disturbances. this object it is essential: that ever>
retail dealers throughout:; the country .
Anticlerical War In Italy. school inculcate the love of truth justice
The report also emphasizes that a much hils purity and UMiity through tlistndv -,= .
A UjroJ
increase of the margin
greater a No of biology history, ethics
in the case of byproducts broken out in Italv. which hax urreiaur .
\ has taken place natural hi: litti to announce thit tlgo '
oil namely.
than m Illuminating/ the manual arts! ." It nNo i-xprev-f.the
'eminent oulJ nwt mterfen in any wilh
oil and paraffin \ severe -
In gasoline belief that inter-(.huol games shouMl
fashion, thou h it hid isMe l e.t'1It'rg
these three products -
wax. Considering/ pliyeil for sportsmanship! ami not Headaches
aud I'rot.t tn!
it is to pren'ntiIIeuc'C
with illuminating
along the
for \"it"tt1ry. It commends
margin churches c<>u\cnis un.l ot'ior' n-I.! ;.:ioabrois'it ,;
found that the relathe average t Mi -. H 'g1rl1ia:: t ; l.ll.1r ':-:
increased from C.G cents In l-9b to prt'll'rt pi ice lar;::? sth,,olfotiiir.itfws or boards:
of :; aijimst; the r<>i.ri<> ;- : .It':'-;
84 cents in 1105. or an advance With mall Ixur's whuh elC"tc'rninl'"
ilint i:1 U1\II..r (..r !ae
this he :;;nid
18 cents The importance of :;: Il"-tl I"lCllit.ll.*.. hltt mnist .ill e .
courts to <*c..i.ll'. and tlv < o i'.m v mt. !
Is appreciated only wht'n we consider i I f'f"1tin' fu..timoe .11 tlhril"l "X1'-
Lave ,! nuLt: to coi:p'aia n tU' .j:...,,vnmeut i ,
the output of the 8tamlanl.crol1.ling It IM. :lI'I'ftht"-C la :, qaai.Cnl; wy; i
to this estimate the proflts for IK)I on interfered to re-train t'ie I'n"-.I effrt of til' *;.ini;'lifi.Nl "'reIlb:: l .rtirg >"
whKU is free In>th for clencals and .
of the trust were ?21,000- I itPf.i ': ; '>'
all products : s t V e ill f<>r CT'< ;

000 more than in 1*>!'H. antKleruak: i I tin* h i2'! : t"r (' 'r,..itoi: of w,..!> '. .'

Taking up the question .if dividends. Moroccan Port Borrbarded. p>-..i sl'v.. in t' ,>" :in.I v.sos .. ;

the report shows tint the Stand ird A recent attack upon the Moroccan >'. 4h. ;;l" tic"i: .,r s,'rretxx.:.,. TRADE. MAKK.
paid a total of $;:l.e2/U to vtock- coast town of Casiblanca wis nndby I I and fratomit"- all !"''C'*. ;' I

holders from 1SS2 to 19
of 2415; per a year but it Kil>-Ie*, who tlfuia idil th<" pasha !:'m ofo: i..tinsr totcIiT" :in I Ii:: The li ('r is the main. prin7 fer the whcie oo iv. '1'0 3: .n. .

should be borne m niitul that the d.Mdends I Ftop the construction of hirl,,'r iuiproerients I: his ,",:wm.i.**. i'res"" < th n total an.l Christian I ..,. .... is nerocd. H.rtin" will Ii'"t':' in 1 h.' .u -
were much le earnings. It U estimated that the total 1 eaf err rise. Tile pasha uul li. could .>n of ttM'Iiors and inlorscs ''"Ia't ditioa it should be and FOU will r.t "u+i"'r fnnn h. 'tcJa.h .

earning from 1SS2 to n I4)1t amounted not sfop It l>ecause it \\as :1Uth.rizl'Cl t HIp oonfwvme an,I |XM<"C a svn I

to $790000Ou' and p<*-!'H ly more. prwf by the sultan, whereupoa th> trUll'S' lI"n.;. A POSITIVEFOR CURD

its which accn'fl from an orcmil m. men said they woild disrezaid; the "Jitan. II I- CONSTIPATION CHILLS AD

vestment of not more than $ who otjevel the f'hri.-tiauo:. and A FACT ,

at the time of tl:e trust's form:ttion. they went through: the city p" KlaiaIriz I ABOUT THE "BLUES'7 FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA!

The oil Industry is founded UpHIl normal i hov! \ar aad calling up''n the AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. ;,

competition from 1-T. to 1VT!. durIng pe >pV! to ufsvjcre all l'h'.istiU s anl j What is know as the Blues"

which period there was a fill in i Jews. Two inroH>ans wore Hltllt'U 10death eldom occasioned bj'actual existi -
Has Boas A World Of COO
.m.ll of locouio-
marin; between price of ('xIH.lrt oil and the enirmeir a ,g external conditions, but in the

the product at the well, and it is the WlS kilied bv the mol. Hverrerchiueu. I' -cut majority of cases by c isI I )[rs. C. I). l'fuIl..y. Marble FaIt:, TVxas. writes: "I .an. i ..

ferred tint further reductiou \\ In-I two 8panltnl11,1 one :"' :-eJ L1V ER. -. u ed llerbme and find it the l, liver co-recuv** I have "ncr J .
have been nude in the absence of Itai an were murdered. and many I tri,.d. It done mv: family as> well uiyttlf a world of p>,,d,

combination. A part of the reduction I j shops Were hot'tl. while the foreign : Tli51S A FACT I and I recommend it to all iny friends.; I uevtr sufitr froaa t.,

which did tike pi:K* from 1S74 to l rt t'r.tnok rcfuce In the consulates! nbichmaj',be demonstrated headaches anymore."

tinder: the Mind:ml rccinw b credited I Trench an! Spanish warships were at by tr>'ing a course of sUe WILL BUY IT.
cost by dispatched to Casabanc.a. and ,
to decrease in trinvportation:: once ,
construction of I when the tnU* mcn resumed their attack
rail and throuch the Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
which Idea onzInatcd the ;iiithoritio* called ell) the : :
the seaboard pu*? I t
not with the Standard, but with |i French comniamlor for assistance. T utt'sPiUsThey 500-502 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
0 French and
the Tide Water! company then i Thereupon on Aug sixty ,
independent which built th- I forty Spanish marines wore landed
wholly clear j hardly bad they set fc. >t in the .
line. Proof i is said to be but control and regulate the LIVER. .
first pipe ...
that the enormous profits of the trust I city when they were fired upon by hs>bring hope and bou>'ancy to the Sold and Recommended byStore

are due not only to superior efficiency Moroccan troops, and a pitched attle mind. They bring health and elastic-

but also to monopoly power. Mr. Smith in the streets followed. In which many' .t.f to the body. Ti" Fh rn:1ncy:: nn.c1.: .
s'ain At the s.i 1e
Stindird jnves the puoLc of the natives' were "
pars thit of the the benefit,of its superior time the warships In the harbor be ;au 1 TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. D1 Ug ,

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terest in the work and we know with I JAMES PBITCHABD,President. WINSTON S.BEANNINO vice-President and Cashier r : ,.J l lt
'*y the number of teachers and general
v fi interest in school affairs that the Cocoa A. HairDressing BantAuthorized 4

fitK'*- NEWS -NOTES I It. ,school will have a successful year. Indian River State

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14%&. V Children in Pain I
little Happenings That Help to Male
Never cry as do children who are suffering .

<'\ Up the Weekly newspaper who from cry hunger.and are bach treated is the cause for sickness of all babies when Capital, $100,000; Paid-up Capital, $25,000; Average Deposits, 1200,000

they really are suffering from hunger. Thisis TRANSACTS A 0 t
1tt : COCOAAnumberofmagazineswere caused from their food not being' assimilated Nearly every one likes a fine
but( devoured by worms. A few doses of
( ..' ". placed White's Cream Vermifuge will cause:: them to hair dressing. Something to GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS .1 i
; cease crying and begin to thrive at once.Giveit
::;{$. : in the Cocoa, library last week. a trial. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy and! make the hair more manage- :

S Mrs. J. M. Packard is able to be Banner Drug able; to keep it from beingtoo LARGEST AND OLDE BANK OX THE RIVER

? .' cut after a long siege of illness. Stor"I I rough, or from splittingat Exchange: bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated. 1

the ends. Something, too, Prompt sen ire. polite treatment and favor consistent 1
& Mrs. R. B. Holmes and Miss Kate The Improvement society of Eau I every
that will feed the hair at the with conservative banking granted J
*fr for visit to Newt 'I
| Eyer left Tuesday a Gallie is doing good work.G. CORRESPONDENTS
same time, a regular hair-food. :
< )'York. .
..- W. Hopkins has shipped an engine -.. Well-fed hair will bestrongandwill Empire Trust Company Broadway, New York City;The Atlantic National Bankof
IM* V ; Mrs. Gore visiting daughter, for his houseboat from Detroit, Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida
:, Mrs. J. C.-Gibert, and.son, Mr.John Scuppernong grapes are showingin remain where it belongson TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. I
,-.t Gore. the head, not on the comb! ,
., our markets, also sweet potatoes.
The best kind of a testimonial ,
Miss Nessie'Hendrickson, of Robert Burns, of Canaveral, was "Sold for over sixty years."
visited relatives here this in last bus- ,
Eau Gallie Monday doing .by J.C.AyerCo,Lowell....
f week. lien manufacturer or
iness. r

There were services in the Methodist Alex Near left for New York and A e rs J CHERBT SAKSAPAKIUJLPILLS- PECTORAL. Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.

church last Sunday morning'andevening. : the Hudson river on a short vacation We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
Tuesday. in the above lines of goods,and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for priou OD
Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L.BRADY&BKO.TTTCBVlLtl FLA.
Mrs.Jane Dixon has been quite ill Capt. J. H. Andrews, of Walton, abar on Thursday of last week. She

+ a this week, being 85 years old makesit Fla., is spending a few days in town. had been there on a few days' visit

serious. He came up in the sloop Dixie. to friends. S. J. N'ORTON"9Staple

Miss Carlile and brother, of Titus- Henry U. Hodgson has gone to Harry Sample and Frank King left and Groceries Hay, Grain, Fruit and

ville,'are visiting Mr. John Powers Olean, N. Y., to spend his vacation Monday night for a few days' hunton Fancy Produce all Kinds,

f .4 and sisters. with his wife,who is visiting her people the west side of the St. Johns n v- VEGETABLES SPECIALTY

it Mrs. J. R. Field, Mrs. D. St. Clair in New York state. er. These gentlemen are hunters of
T1tusv1.11e. I I Florida.rrrrrfrr .
I Nlsbet and Joe Field were shoppingin J. B. Jones, of Horti, Fla., was no mean reputation.Mr. .

town Saturday. here Wednesday of last week doing W. A. Hoffman is taking the Jr=J r=rrrr-Tr rTrrrr-r-r.I

These lovely moonlight nights are business. Seven of the club's fleet of week off from his duties as foremanin

enjoyable, scarcely any mosquitoes boats were towed to Horti,the same the E. C. L. &'s mill TITUSVILLE BOAT CO.

and a good breeze. and is devoting the week to improve-
N The Fiske block is going up rapidly. day.The Seaboard Air Line and the At- ments around his home. x Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers

; Contractor W. E. Booth is in lantic Coast Line have fine Florida The dredge is now at work dredg- Marine

charge of the work. exhibits at Jamestown exposition.The ing out the Eau Gallie river. This RaiJ.vvayLaunches

Messrs. Hatter & Kingston are exhibit is a credit to the compa- means a great thing for Eau Gallie, carefully stored for the summer months

painting the schoolhouse and are doing nies who placed them there as wellas as the large boats will be able now to
rrrrrr rrrrrt-Trr- rr r==r=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=J
t a nice piece of work. the state of Florida.Dr. come into a splendid harbor.

? Mrs. A. Abney, of City Point, and Sarah C. Hodgson and Miss Sheriff Brown, of Titusville, was Pritchard

cousin, Mr. N. Thomas, of Texas, Bessie Hodgson returned with J., E. here on professional business one day & Son

"; were visitors in town Saturday.Mrs. M. Hodgson last week from visit to last week and took back one of Mr. Titusville, Fla. ,

E. C. Johnson and children the Jamestown exposition. They A. 0. Frink's hands, who had com- Agents for the :
and were delighted with all they saw, mitted some crime in Bradford coun-
; % are visiting her parents, Mr. Original T & M ReversibleJas. ,
:Mrs. T. H. Sanders, of Indianola. showing the improvement the great i I ty.Mr. i
U. S. A. has made in 300 years. Frank King returned one day J
Messrs. Asa and John Chancey and MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES
last week from a hunting expeditionin
-A. J. Floyd were passengers on the Mrs. G. M. Budd,of Melbourne, is Thoroughly covered by patents j,
the and that it
1 .steamer Mystic last Saturday for Eau visiting her parents. was one Everglades of the worst experiences reports of The Engine that Runs Without Repairs \

Gallie. Mrs. B. M. Stewart and daughtersare his life on account of insects and '
Mrs. A. A. Stewart, of Titusville, visiting at Bovine this week. These motors are safe and reliable and
M. McLeod last water.A can be operated by alcohol or kerosene
-visited week. Mrs.with McLeod Mrs. returned home Mrs: E. H. Braddock, of Sebastian, surprise party was given Miss with as good remits as by using gasoline 1 1TXTUSVXLLE I

is on a visit to relatives here for a Cora Morgan Tuesday. It was a very

:; with her. few days. large crowd which gathered to enjoy LIV, 3RY STABLE ,

;' Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Grimes left Miss Edna Snell, who has been visiting the gaities of the evening. Ice cream
for New York. They will Feed and Sale Stables ,
i Monday friends at Cocoa fora few days, and cake were served, after whicu i
for the Cocoa
the furnishings
see about is again at home. all dispersed to their homes.

c House while away. The ice plant has been shut down The E. G. V. I. A. held its regular SADDLE HORSES t

Mrs. W. G. Paterson left Tuesday for several days and is undergoingsome meeting Tuesday with Mrs. C. C. BUGGIES f

f 'for a visit to Indian Springs, Ga. needed repairs.Mr. Houston, vice president, in the chair. SURREYS i
Paterson and John accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. Greek, of Cocoa, Eau Gallie will be proud of this as- fV I
'y; her far as Jacksonville. TURNOUTS
0 as spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. sociation, as they are going to makea -
V The addition to Dr. Cooper's drug of all kinds
and Mrs. T. Tucker. number of improvements.Mr. .
is about completed, both stores V Hauling Etc.
store ,
I Mrs. George Sullivan left Mondayfor J. E. M. Hodgson and wife, .

make will be it twice made the into present one, which size. will White City, where she will visit Dr.Sarah C. Hodgson,and daughter, rI.lIIJV: : V J, H. OSBAMUosYiile, Florida ; .

V; V friends for a few days. Miss Bessie, arrived home one day
Mrs.M. E. Hill and Abbie were the
last week from pleasant visit to the
Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Frink anticipate -
D.lI.SPELL E.C HARms,Pharmacist Dr. J. C. SPELL,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Carter, of
I leaving in a few days for visit exposition. They had an enjoyable
Merritt, on Tuesday, Mr. Carter time and that the exhibits '
to friends in North Carolina.Mr. say were
coming across in his launch for them. most excellent.
.George Sullivan, the accommo-
V The Cleveland brothers transferred dating salesman in J. T.Snell'sstore, Large and appreciative audiences

a their horse Billy, which they purchased is taking a few week's vacation.Mr. greeted Pastor J. S. Geiger at the
V.. from 0. K. Key, to Merritts Baptist church last Sunday. Mr. Titusville Florida
Louis King and wife have ,
Island on Saturday. Alfred Cleve- Geiger's subject in the morning was e
land is now on the range looking af- moved to town and are occupyingthe "The New Commandment," and at PURE DRUGS and CHEMICALS i
owned Mr. Gleason.
cottage by
;, ter some cattle. night "Go Forward." He placed
1_ The ground for Mr. Fiske's new Mrs. Morgan and daughter arrivedin great stress on the importance of

dwelling in the south end of town is town Thursday on a visit to her obedience.The PERFUMERY, SATAIONERYEtc.Soda .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Booth.J. .
made and the
ready dwelling
being baseball game held here Thurs-
Water and Ice Cream
will soon be under way. That part Mathers & Son are stockingup day of last week between Titusvilleand ...
of our town has some very handsome with new goods which makes a Eau Gallie was very interesting.The .

dwellings. big difference in the appearance of first game stood 10 to 2 in favorof Our prescription department is in charge of an ex- ,

,' Mr. J. Wootcn is having an addition things. Titusville and the second 9 to :C in perienced man and our drugs and chemicals are all new
V and fresh and conform in purity and strength to the
: E made to the Carrington cot- Rev. J. B. Hawk will conduct services favor of Eau Gallie. Eau Gallie and edition of the U. S. Pharmacopea new

', : tage, which he recently bought. Itwill next Sunday night in the Methodist Cocoa teams will play two games at

be Mr. and Mrs. church. Everybody is cordially Cocoa next Thursday -
occupied by .
ti J' nnaeannAnAann/ ( / assns, :\.1\ /I"I/ //I If j\ 1\ /II/ /11\ III/ .. //I" .. /
- t a, i. Fred Bryan and used as a central for invited.Mr. The union services of the Eau Gal- ]'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'llllllllllllrf"'',

-4 the telephone. Harry Hodgson left Mondayfor lie and Georgiana. E. churches

J' The roads through Rockledge have points in New York, where he held at Georgiana last Sunday was
will his wife for the of the The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. I'
been put in good condition. The road join rest enjoyed by all who attended. Services -
to Lake Poinsett is having palmetto summer. were held at 11 a.m. and 2 p. m.

fibre spread on it and as soon as possible Mr. Alex Near has taken a vaca- On board the launch Inn and :Mr. I

: work will be done on the road tion also and left for the northern Hopkins' boat thirty-eight people MACHINE SHOPS '

from Cocoa north. V climes the first of the week to stay a left here at 8C: a. m.. arriving at

and father few weeks.A. Georgiana in time for the morning at'
Mr. George Gingras
I -were passengers on last Friday's B. Whilden, the night operatorat service. Dinner was spread in the Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS"
the church, when all
grove near par-
train. Mr. Gingras, Sr., going as the depot, arrived home Sunday took of the good things to eat. Af-

t far as Palatka, while Mr. George from St. Augustine, where he spenta ter dinner all assembled for the afternoon HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
Gingras went to Jacksonville to meet few days on account of illness. service. Special music was : ,

his family who have spent the sum- Mrs. J. R. Mathers left for Home- rendered by the Eau Gallie choir. a
Rev. Hawk delivered two excellent
mer in Georgia. stead last Saturday accompanied by sermons. On the way home the Inn Agricultural Implements

The Cocoa high school will open on Miss Sallie and the smaller children. decided we better have a moonlight I

i.' ..Sept. 9th. The school house is being They will visit relatives and friends but ride everyone so stopped aboard until after seemed moonlight happy, SANFORD, FLORIDA.J
while there.
f put in readiness. Mr. Geo. Singleton and finally reached home at 8 o'clock
:; member of the school board for Mrs. C. C. Houston, accompaniedby after a very pleasant day with the I

/>ur district, js taking particular in- her children, returned from Mai- Georgiana people. I J.m"I"IW.wwm.wm.Wm..WM"'w.W Y i

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