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:
October 4, 1907


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


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

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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..1 t DOINGS OF THEPRESENT Fall Fashions For Men LATEST NEWSAND Special Sale at Kline's : LOCAL GOSSIP

!' Advance showing of FALL and Bargains in Every Department i
WINTER styles including Schloss .
; Bros. & Co's famous MONDAY, OCTOBER 7,1907. I ---- I

t, Pungent Holes Pertaining to Events "Correct Clothes for Gentlemen" Paragraphs About People that We will place the following goodson Something About the People of Titus-
sale Monday next at specially
reduced -
I Consider this, please, a personal
Transpiring Abont Town invitation to yourself personal invitation Travel Here and There prices in order to make room Tille as They Come and Go

'f': A cool drink at a cool place at II to come and get acquaintedwith Fine Box Candies at the Banner for arriving our fall and winter goods, now A cool drink at a cool place at _
the best and latest fashions inmen's : I
:\1 AN DY'S.
J- wear. Drug Store. I Entirely new line of ladies' umbrellas -'
r The and best line of I in neat and I i Mr. and Mrs.
largest boys' lt'eare specially urgent about this invitation Miss Maggie Collins expects to nobby handles W. T. Mathers ar-
and girls' school shoes will be found i now because fall as you probably know leave in a day or so to visit friendsin worth$2.00,special Monday for$1.29, j I rived home last Saturday from Eau
r at Branning's.Dr. iJ the great time of year when fashions Tampa.Mr. Another lot worth $2.50 for $1.49.j Gallic.
(change and the advance styles for the coning -
Indian Head linen, 44 inches wide, '
and Mrs. Harry G. Utley re- season are shown in greatest variety and and Mrs. J. Kline and Miss shrunk I The grocery stores have decided to
turned home Tuesday afternoon froma attractiveness. Leona are expected home from New already 20 special Monday for observe the Thursday afternoon holiday -
a three weeks' visit in the Carolinas. Our New Stock is just in, and York daily. cents per yard. during the month of October.
Blue and white linens, suitable for
beforein .
it. Never
we want to see
'i Rev. Wm. Stones will preach next I all our you experience have we been Full line of Standard and Favorite ladies' shirt waist suits and children's Did you say school shoes? Well,

Sunday at LaGrange at 11 a. m. and I able to assemble such a splendid line sewing machines now in stock at In- dresses, 32 inches wide, worth 40 go to Branning's, he has the largest ;

at Titusville at 7 p. m. Please note I of stylish garments. Come in! dian River Music House. cents a yard, Monday's special 25 line, all standard makes, prices right.

hour of evening service. Mr. Charlie Enright returned Sat- cents. Our new price list is now ready for
White linen 2.1-2
Capt. A. W. Buie, of Jacksonville, urday from a visit to Charleston, yards wideworth distribution. Some prices are lower.
and a party of friends from Chatta- Titusville, Florida. where he had a fine time. $1.50! a yard, special Monday next for EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co.
$1.00. _
nooga, have been spending a week or -- --------- -- -- Boys, you should see the fine assort- Ladies' elastic fluffy ruffle belts in Mrs. Adhemar Brady expects to

ten days at Ponce Park and Daytona. Town Council ProceedingsTown ment of knickerbocker pants that all colors, the latest thing out, special leave Sunday for West Palm Beach,

, Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at council met in regular session have just arrived at Winston S. Bran- Monday 69 cents. where she will visit with her cousin,

City Point Sunday morning at 10:30. at 8 p. m., Oct. 1st. ning's. New patterns arriving daily in Mrs. W. J. Dyer, for a while.

In the evening he will preach at Eau Presnt: B. R. Wilson, mayor; A. 0. The lot at southeast corner Palm ginghams, specially good for child- Mr. Frank T. Budge and family
Gallie at 7:30. All are welcome tot stewart, F. A. Losley, G. F. Duren, and Main streets has been purchased ren's school dresses, manufacturer'sprice arrived here from New York Wed-

these services. D. B Pritchard, councilmen, J. N. from Mr. J. Henry by Mrs. J. R. 15 cents, our price 12 1-2. nesday and are spending a few days

j. Mrs. G. M. Robbins went to Win- Waller,marshal; J. P. Wilson,clerk. Walker, who expects to erect a cot- White checked nainsook, specialfor with Capt. and Mrs. Jas. Pritchard.Mrs. .

ter Park Tuesday for the purpose of Minutes of last regular meetingwere tage upon the same at an early date. Monday 12 1-2 cents. D. B. Clark arrived home last
White table linen, 58 inches wide,
Richard in read and approved.Communication .
her Master ,
placing son,
the from Progressive Mr. Ed. Morgan and family have worth 65 cents a yard, special Mon- Friday, her return being hastened by
{ Rollins college for coming year,
the sad death of her sister-in-law
taken possession of their purchasethe day at 49 cents. ,
returning home Wednesday. Culture club and V. I. A., asking
that all property owners be notifiedto Pyles cottage, on Main street, Another lot 72 inches wide, worth Mrs. L. J. Morey, at Fort Pierce last
j Mr. Julian Leonard Peek and Miss clear sidewalks of weeds and sand Mrs. Pyles and family having movedto $1.00 a yard, Monday at 69 cents. week.

[ Clara Louise Otwell were married at spurs. The marshal was instructedto St. Augustine. Another lot in beautiful patterns Rev. J. B. Hawk, who has been on

.V- Palatka on Sept. 22nd. The groomis do so.Street. Messrs. Leon Wilson and F. N. 74 inches wide, worth$2.00 for $1.19. the; sick list for some weeks and unable -
> a brother of Dr. L. A. Peek, of committee's attention was Hitchcock home from Pompano Turkey red table damask, 60 inches to fill appointments is again
-' Melbourne,and the bride was a former called to branch corner Washingtonand Tuesday, where they started for last wide, worth 90 cents per yard, Mon- able to be at work among the various
school teacher Brevard. Garden street. Same has been Friday with the two motor boats day's special, 69 cents. churches.F. .
i Pierce News of last week closed and waters banked and they The same in blue for 69 cents.
t The Fort purchased by Mr. Jelks. They made E.Russ,a fisherman,was di own
Just received line of trunks
'= states that Dr.W.E. Vanlandingham are instructed to examine and order the trip in four days, one of the mo- more a new ed in Indian river about a mile northof
|% was kicked in the face by his horse drain[ opened. tors, however, being put out of com- prices than right. Blue Hole Cut beacon near Fort
JL while he was attending to the ani Ordinance for salaries of the mayor mission at the foot of Lake Worth, Mail orders promptly. filled on any I Pierce, last Saturday. It is known
of the above
mal's sore foot, causing a broken and clerk and treasurer of ten dollarsper had to be towed the balance of the goods. that he was subject to heart trouble

tooth, and cutting his tongue, lower month was passed.An distance to Pompano.Ice 'Phone JULIUS No. 8. KLINE, Titusville. and it is believed that he fell from
lip and chin.Preaching. ordinance was passed granting his launch a dead man.
right of to the Western Union
r by the presiding elder, Telegraph way Co. to construct over and Cream Festival! Come! Great Camp MeetingThe A letter received from Mr. ArthurH.

irf Rev. S. W. Lawler, at Cocoa both Methodist along the streets of Titusville a tele- The ladies will sell ice cream and F. E. C. Railway will sell tick- McKeown, who has his winter
church next Sunday morn-
. t' and evening at the ,usual hours graph line from the railroad to the cake this (Friday) afternoon at Mr. ets to Titusville and return under the home in Rockledge, states that he

r !, ing for worship. This is the occasion of postoffice building and to erect poles Losley's restaurant, for benefit Meth- following conditions for the annual has been up at his mines in the far

the fourth quarterly conference of along the streets of said town, with odist parsonage. campmeeting, to be held here com- north of Canada all summer, just returned -
and the public generally certain conditions in regard to same. Will begin serving cream at three mencing Oct. 22nd and ending 28th: to Pennsylvania. He expectsto
r ; this is hereby charge cordially, invited to be pres- D. B. Pritchard and G. F. Duren I o'clock, and continue till supply is From St. Augustine, West Palm be in Rockledge about Dec. 1st.
i were appointed a committee to purchase gone. All are invited. Beach and intermediate stations to
these services.
ent at County Commissioners T. A. Johnson -
a mule for town to ---
wagon replace Titusville: ..round-trip. tickets will and J. M. Osban left here for
Brock who placed
J. M. M. was horse now sick. Palmhurst Leased for Five Years be sold daily, Uctober 22nd to 25th
Brevard county jail the latter part of I I Committee of G. F. Duren and inclusive, at rate one and one-third Oslo Monday afternoon to witness
Dr. J. S. Daniel returned to Titus- the operations of the new road work-
July under the charge of misappro- I D. B. Pritchard appointed( to get fares, with final limit October 29th,
priating funds belonging to the Singer plans and estimates on city dock re ville, Fla., last Sunday from a ten 1907. Saturday and Sunday October ing machinery recently purchased by ;
Sewing Machine Co., was releasedlast pairs. weeks' tour north, a week of which 26th and 27th St. Lucie county, returning home
at the Jamestown exposition. round-trip !yesterday. We have been informed
Saturday by order from Judge -- spent
will be the
at low
The doctor devoted week to the following I that the machine has the capacity to
Jones, his brother, from Georgia, Florida Coast Line CanalDewitt one rates, limited to Monday following
having arrived here and paid up the Metropolis this state,Jacksonville, carry three carloads of rock and
[ Wehb in the St.AnsiKtineKeconl.Really .date of sale to return: -'
shortage and court costs, which! on his return and was from there accompanied spread same.FURNITURE.
amounted to several hundred dollars. the people of St. Augustine by Mrs. H. C. Hart, an St." Anjnistineto Klkton. id.-
hardly realize the beauties of the experienced and popular hotel host- I Armstrong: and Hnrds"_____---------n DRY GOODS SHOES
Ha-stings to East Palatka. including IV
; Accidental Shooting waterway now open to Miami and be- ess, recently of Tampa. Mrs. Hart latka and San Mateo -----------------$0)
yond. For many years, amid many has been often persuaded by her very Yeh ington; t.. New Smyrna. Incl____ chi Gas-pipe pliers. Trunk locks.
Mose Houston, the colored employee discouragements, Mr. G. F. Miles large northern clientel to secure Ilasksl'ark __-.__. .*r Sandfly netting. Mosquito bars. ,

of the ice factory, who drives and his associates have pursued their i a hostelry on the far famed east OakHill Lrrata ......., -oat.:ill HAWKES eye-glasses.
I the delivery wagon, was accidentally! work with such great persistencythat coast. She expresses herself as en- rntchard-: '.-- ..- 2.i Moving picture post cards.
shot early yesterday morning at the has finally brought success. tirely phased: with our little town ikdespinetoShtrpes-----| -.30"ity Stationery. School supplies.
factory during a fuss between the Only a short time ago the work was and promptly leased Palmhurst for < Point ----- ..nhn-. ,40 Globe-Wernicke Elastic book cases.
l l'oa and Kmkledze.l :111 Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone
I Italian who runs the factory at completed in our own neighborhoodand five years, and considers it an ideal Qxinina- and IGmaventure-- --. .r-.,', i .
( night; Mr. Piatt, the day man, and the last barrier broken away. spot in which to entertain her many Pint-da and Eau liallie .. --.- ..;) : -- -----
Mose. The Italian missed his money, Any sort of a boat can now go fromSt. patrons. The Palmhurst is entirelynew Mellournetolirent.Incl.----- Rawlinson Trial Ended
something like $17.00, which he left Augustine to Key West through and modern in lIiarotoljnav.Incl._---_.. 1.-. I
strictly every fiitliIflL.u _. ... 1.4.. The trial of W. C. Rawlinson
in the office at the factory building, one of the most picturesque water respect, and will be run on a most Ver to Fort IVrce. Inn.------------- 1.:111 I charged with the killing of C. T.
when he got after both Mr. Piatt and routes in all the world; as pleasantin elevated plane. The doors will be White City to J 'IIM>II. Ino. -- I.."* McCarty last February was con-
Mose about it, during which he madea in winter. advice I \Vana to Gomel Inrl._- ---- 1.73HolSouini
summer as My open to the public Nov. 1st.MIMS Riviera. 'I. j eluded at Fort Pierce Tuesday night.
remark to Mr. Piatt, which he resented is for everybody to try it and see for I ----- \\VstPalni I5a to .h._. 2 1.\411.m j the verdict rendered was manslaug- ,
and the double-barreled shotgun themselves just how beautiful a trip 1 I J ter, for which the defendant wasi
which was in the hands of the lies at their very door. Sanford : ; sentenced to ten The verdict
i years.
J Italian,went off, striking Mose in the You can go part of the way if you The Coggin grove is being sprayedthis I 1 J.aHrtIlj' ______ .__un.u. -__ ;"".1 was a compromise on the part of the

left hand, and injuring one finger. like or all the way as time may per- week. '! .}\I\rmliatuf'uw'J't"t'k.limsandTurnhnll------------------Inrl. .i.2- | jury, six of whom were in favor of
The discharge passed close to his mit. You can go for one day, or five Rathertarmuch rain for the truck ;!'t'n t.. lIIfOnl. IW----------------- n. M j: acquittal on the ground of insanity ,-
body, inflicting an abdominal flesh days if you wish to complete the trip ,,: at I":""a. in. Arrive at Ti- j while the remaining six were for
wound but not penetrating the walls, which I will growers.Mr. tu vill at I2-.M p m.
am very sure you wantto 1 murder in the first degree. We understand -
and also some of the shots lodging i in do when you have once Parted. John Deal spent Friday and i'. turning l 'aveTitu.\ilIe at 11:1*.p in [ that counsel for defendant

his arm. Muse had a narrow escape There is no point in the journey from Saturday at Cocoa. From \un..tim': I will appeal the case to the supreme

for his life. No arrest was made. which you will not turn back with regret Mr. E. A. Green is off business Leave St. An '1btill"n---__. court.
on a ____ __ ___ -j
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that you could not go farther.At I leave .iytona 1'KVJ a. in
Jacksonville.Mr. .
trip to ... ,
I Lt-ave Port Oraiise: Il-n'!a. ni
Smoking Tobaccos New River one can go into the For Sale
: Leave New = .ll.flia. in
Sensation, Duke's Mixture Bull edge of the Everglades and look over M. T. Jones was in Titusville 1'a\'etlakIliIL.Smyrna- -.-.-_ .u.--- -. .11a.m.rrin' One pair thoroughbred monthsold
U. S. Marine. Old English that mysterious region which has so I last Saturday on business.Mrs. .\ Titn-ulU-. u ._ -- IJ-Jipm.
Durham. between setter and
pup s cross
Curve Cut Van Bibber,Turkish Tro- long excited the imagination and I Mims and daughter. :Miss turning leave Tilu\'ill"uIIO; I' III IK(inter, will be of right age to train

phies, White Rolls I now i is being questioned: as to its Rebecca visited Mrs. Price Sunday. i These trains will stop at intermediate when season Ultens.| Address I D.,carr
BANNER DRUG STORE. actual material resources as the mini- stations on flag to take on passengers STAR oflice.
ern commercial spirit stands upon its Shipments of oranges will soon be and will stop to let them off re _
The Alpine Hotel I I coral rim and disputes over its pos- started from the Terwilliger groves. turning. Conductors will sell tickets .h
Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing
Titusville. Fla., F. A. Losley, man- i I session. Take the trip. Miss Smith is giving great satisfaction from non-agent stations. \
On the European plan furnished as; teacher of our public school. _. Having located in Titusville will do

ager. rooms and quick lunch. Cen- Myers CottageMrs. She has 23 pupils enrolled. Orange and Grapefruit Trees first class tailoring cleaning, pressing :. -
for ladies well as gents. Your
trally located. : Kate :Myers has changed the I The southbound train :Monday Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high patronage soicitedsati! as >faction guar I
name of boarding house to :Myers i, killed the fine Jersey cow of L. L. hickory hammock. Free from white antted.ext door Norton's pool .
Gun Repair Works and Sail Loft I Cottage. This house (formerly the ,I Price, for which he recently refused fly. One year to two year old buds. room. MAX WHITMAN.

All work guaranteed. Guns stocked Alpine cottage) is located on Hop- $75.00. .' ,,Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully -

and shot guns rebored.H. kins street, where Mrs. Myers will be I :Mr. Kelly White, Valdosta, Ga.. packed and delivered at Oak Hill t'UltLt; IJJ-\I" 'UR ('.\ 1s. \

BENECKE, Titus l1e. Fla. I pleased to see all of her old patrons is having hammock land cleared and :: station. J. W. GRIFFIS About &8 acres of good high land on ;

Stove WoodI and the traveling public generally. prepared to set out in citrus trees:': Shiloh, Fla. the east or cxtanide of the Indian river '
I --- --- this fall. I II Ii j ---- at the Narrows, de-cnUd as follows: Lot
am offering 16-inch pine stove, Launch FrancesTo i! Draying i i No. :;, section :J5, also lot No. 3, section
.... wood that has never been turpen-i I Mrs. L. L. Price has been seriously j:i Drayinzor: hauling of all kind promptly 36, in township :.51 south, range ;33 east.
tined. All other wood you buy now hire or charter, for large or ill, but is able to be up again. Dr. '! attended to. Met8 all trains. Stove ;This land Iii unimproved but finely lo-
has been turpentined; 25 cords cut small parties. 28 feet, 8 fee beam, Spell, of Titusville, attended, and I| wood for sale at all tim-s. cated. For further particular addretBK.
and dried ready for delivery.G. cabin and. toilet. T. HALL. I Mrs. Lillie Daniels is acting as nurse : II. E. HOI.TOV, I, :\i. I>mj I'
G. HOWARD. Indianola Fla. for a few days. I l Titusville! Fla. j i Brockton, )!a<,;s.





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I Normal courses will be offered to Iro-I I ; i'
!f .r y i. f,-. spective teachers, and studies will I COMMERCIAL I
l' S r made of problems confronting agricultural : ,

If schools of teaching various grades in colleges and of: agricultural and; ;i Publishers After Paper Trust.

ERFfl1A1llllEth! Is D INCa ext'u"i..1with a ,-it'w to introducing '' 1'11ull'r C"an New sprier Pulrfi-U- I

.agriculture;establishing into agrh the ulturnl elementaryschooN. hizlischools ,' ers New association Yurko voted, at to a take wetting steps l eM to ob-ia .

and correlating and unifying lath relief from the alleged illegal oonelitions -
under which the pair trust
the agricultural; instruction given in
the state The work will lie in close his forced primes up It charges that ;

+ e .-'i....ration with existing! educationalageiKies the tviiil'inatiou of paper makers* bas
Simulated price-*-, and the *
r. 1 f t'C Icommission. )(' 'fully the state indu trial
t matter is to U bnni;;ht to the attcntion -

rA' of President Roosevelt and tbe
: :1Y I
,rte: } I depirtimnt of justice

.4 r a .. -< < -, *- I F INDUSTRIALBig I I More Atlantic Rates Cut.

since last July and tliaf he 'was pTiyslc- state looks not to the past and not to The White Star Hue took the lead IK I

I LEGALCRIMINALEnormous I ally unable to appear In court. AccordIng the Individual who now suffers, but to Boycott Called Off. the Atlantic rate war by reducing tht"W'stt..lUnd
After of
several months fighting
to the testimony of Mr Rogers' all the individuals who may hereafter passage on Its lest boats
and brother-in-law tbe Standard fear to disobey by reason of the sufferings against the United Railroads the strike to $37.50 and on smaller boats to $30
eon ,
Oil Trust Profits. of the committee of the Fan Francisco labor line also
on official had been to one now punished! The and $:\), The American
compelled give .
unions has
galled off the forbidding
The hearing before S i ecial Federal up all business cares, his face had be- i habitual criminal he said was a product boycott made a big cut.
Referee Ferris of Missouri in the government distorted and his affected I of modern civilization as our ancestors union men to ride on streetcars Many Railroads Not Paying.
come speech
it declared the strike
suit to dissolve the great oil would have hanged him for his although
while his entire left side was no longer still in force An abstract of the interstate com
combination was begun at New York normal. Judge Hammond ruled thatIt first felony. lie did not favor hangingmen raeree coinnilssjou report for the year 1
with Frank B Kel- for offenses but be would Rising Tide of Immigration.The .
last week attorney would be cruel to compel Mr. Hogers trifling ending June 30 UMV shown the par
logg representing the government and attendance in court and dismissed the have "society cease to nourish and coming report of Frank P. Sar- value of outstanding railway capitalto

John G. Milburn and others as Counsel I I appeal for an immediate trial. shelter Its proved and inveterate (l1e- gent, commissioner general of immigration be $$14.570121; or f.6t.9.16 I er!

for the Standard Oil company. Mr. Kellogg mies." will show that the total num tulle of railroad. It appears also from

submitted in evidence Fears P.ttibone Will Dn. Cost of Living In 1906.A her of immigrants admitted during the this report that over one-third of thUcnpitai

statistics com George A. Pettibone was unable to of the report just sent year ended June 30 was over 1.400,000 did not pay dividends Nevertheless -
: piled by the Standard appear In the district! court at Boise summary or 2UMMI in of the number that
.- ; to the printer by the United State excess the gross earnings of the 22 lI ,- M
officials showing Ida., last week to have his case set for during the Mrtargent '
came preceding
year :
bureau[ of labor, of which Charles P I. 340 miles of operated lines were $2,325,-
that the Standard trial. An affidavit of the attending Xelll Is the head, covering the does not agree with some 7G3.167, or $:':43. :.:.761 more than the t
Oil of New physician states that Pettibone Is suffering -
t Company menders of the congress immigration previous The net income was.s.IS1J.32S.
1000 shows that the prices of food year.
had earned from ulcer of the bladder. .
Jersey -omnnsMon that undesirable immigrants "
were generally higher during $:. There were 10.618 persons -
profits in the last which, unless soon checked, will prove II every. come from particular localities, killed and 97,706 Injured. i.
month of that year than in the corresponding .
seven years aggregating fatal. He says an operation may be I. such as Ital Syria and Asia Minor
month of 19a>. Tbe price In W.yerhauser on Lumber.
$41)0.315.934) necessary, hut fears the patiejit will be lIe says that our need of laborers necessitates -
r December was 4.8 cent higber than ,
per of Musca-
Frederick Weyerhauser
and that during the unable to survive it. our taking such national!
time dividends the average for the year 190fi, and the tine, la., the head of the lumber combine
same Itandard's Bonds 6000000. ties as come, and It Is impossible to
year as a whole showed a higher average
bad been paid to the Judge Grosscup! In the circuit courtat than any other !since 1800, the xclude all the Huncbakists and Black who is said by some to be richer

amount of $308,350- Chicago, decided that the Standard period covered by the bureau's investigation land people who come in with the than Rockefeller in an interview call- I

403. These profit OU Company of Indiana should file two The Increase of last year others, but we must have laws which ed Judge Land is a fool for fining the

John G. Milburn. came from the plants fronds of ,000.000 and $'J 000,000 each applied unequally to twenty.five of the will as far as possible exclude such Standard so heavily and said Rockefeller -

Ow nel by the parent In order to obtain a supen-edeas staying thirty articles Included in the invest persons from the country Regarding would never par a tent of the tine
company, as well as from those of the
execution on Its property to satisfy gation. Those articles showing the the diversion of the tide of immigra \s to the lumber trade. he denied that

subsidiaries controlled by It. This was the judgment of $:,1,240,000 recently greatest advance were lard evaporated lion )Ir. irgent nays tint it is iiu there is a trust and Insists that the
the first time In the history of the oil
imposed by Judge Landis In the district apples, pork, bacon bam, fish, mut- ossjble to divert the growing influx high price are due to the growlucscarcity
trust that record of Its
a earnings en-
court. ton and butter. The retail prices of Into such a place as New fork li a of lumber and that prices: will
tire had been made public. ActingComptroller
Arrest of Capitol Grafters. food were 2.9 per cent higher than in lay or a year. although ;gradually the' go Mill higher He thinks it an outrage -
Fay of the Standard said tide i is turning to fhe south the southwest .
the the the wealthv men of the
there were nineteen subsidiary The first step iu the criminal prosecution previous year. way
and gave their names. The companies evidence of the men responsible' for the The report deals also with the ques- and the northwest and it is onlya country "are Iieiug attacked:' lie asks,
tion of for manual workers and question of time when foreigner "What do they mt'BoY' and 'What
tbe wages
looting of Pennsylvania treasury I
is taken for in
being: use the circuit .
will learn that they can do letter ii
gives figures showing that the advance have we done?
court at St Louis where the dissolution In connection with the construction of I
smaller than in the cities
suit under the antitrust law is he new state capitol building was in wages per hour over the preceding: ;: I places Farmers to Fight Grain Trust

to be prosecuted. Mr. Kellogg, among taken Sept. IS when Attorney General year was greater: than the advance in I Railway Army of 1,521,355. Open war hag broken out between

other things, wanted the company to Todd began actions against John II. the retail prices of food-that Is to The statistics compiled: by the interstate the so talleil grain triM and the farmers .

produce the minutes of the various Sanderson, contractor; Joseph M IIuson. say the purchasing power of an hour's commerce commission for the of the middle west The farmers

meetings at which the absorption of architect I Congressman 'tassel wasfs as measured by food was greater year ended June :;et. I***;, !'bthat say they hate paid a million dollars a

smaller companies was arranged but treasurer: of the Pennsylvania Construct last year thin the year before The the unrulier of 11t'nc.1II ou the payrolls year tribute to the grain trust and

this counsel for the company was In.f'1Int"C1 Ion compiny which supplied increase in this purchasing power was of the railroads of the United States have been organizing> until now cooperative

to resist.l some of the metallic furniture; former 1.4 per cent As compared with the was 1.:;:;:1. ,... The total amount of elevators are in operation: allover

,r: The examination of Charles M Pratt state Treasurer Mathues, former ten years average from 1800 to 1800 wages and salaries paid 'to employees Iowa and are Ulng extended iitt. ,

secretary of the trust, brought out the Auditor General Snyder, Public the wages per hour were 21.2 percent luring the year was $'ItJO.3. The Minnesota and Nebraska Their or-

fact that the parent company bad Grounds Superintendent Shumakerand higher and the number of employees numlier of railway corporations was ginlzation posesses a $VHN U"J reserve J

transferred Its $4000,000 holdings IT eight other men charged with hay 42.0 per cent greater and the 2.313 and the total single track mileage fund while back of tbe trust

) the Waters-Pierce OH Company of ng active connection with capitol construction avenge hours of labor a week 46 percent ?23m C5. of which 3071 was operated stands the wealth of the Armour ami

Texas to a son-in-law of Vice President frauds The accused men lower In the principal manu hy l r'C'l'h.en other millionaire (capitalist

ArchUild from 1904 to 1907. during the were held in heavy ball for their apearanee fictunng industries of the country the To Curtail Copper Production.

ouster proceedings brought against thetutfeldlary [> In court Sanderson. lIu ton.SnFd'r average wages were 4.:; per cent higher The officers of the Amalgamated (."01'- HerbineWill

by the state of Texas and Matbues Cassel and Shumaker than in 1 1j. Tile greatest increasewas l'er company hive ordeml that their overcome indigestion and dyspepsia -

that only $12"iOOO in cash! was paid for being: required to furnish bonds la the in the manufacture of cotton mines reduce output &) |>er cent until regulate the bowels and cure liver and

the stocks, the remainder being in the sum of $00.000 each. goods, where the wages were 112 percent market conditions Improve This ('(Our!".' kidney complaints

:, form of a note which was never fully higher; aud in only one industry, I is brought al>out bv the fact that the It u the best blood enrieher and invigorator -
that of piper and wood pulp was therea in the world It is pnrelv vegetable -
up. profits of the WatersPierce SOCIOLOGICALMilk ) Aimlsimatedouipiny his on hand '1
perfectly harml*' and t-ltould
cc''rea..en3mely., 1.1 cent TOO
company going toward the pay- per large stock of metal for which there Is
be a sufferer from disease, you will use itif
s ment of the note. Mr Pratt admitted little demand in the market. It was wit'e.

that this transaction did not appear on Congress Honors Straw. taken for granted In trade circles that you K N are. .Andrews, editor and manager

the books of the Standard. the accounts The international pure milk congress I t EDUCATIONALVegetarianism 1 tbe action of the Amalgamated would Cocoa and Rockkdge New, CUOM, Fla.,

being kept under the title "C. M Pratt held at Brussels I last wick put Itself oa tie followed by several of the other write: "I have used jour Herbiue irniyfHnnh ,

Investment" )Ir. Pratt explained that record as against the use of raw milk. In Football. heavy producing mines and find it a mot excellent

by this arrangement he held the stocks advising all mothers -- ine for the trust merely as a contenlence. to give their infants Coach Stag: of the University ofChiengo They Make You Feel Good a marked l l..n..6t.'old! b\ Haunt

and when asked if It was not done toavoid milk brought to the football team has inaugurate] The pleasant purgative eHttt experienced Drug :More and Titusville i'liarmai
n vegetarian regime by announcingthat by all who use Chamtierlain's
boiling Kiiut.. pasteurized -
the .
antitrust laws of Texas be
\ only flesh alMainers will ln Momach and Liver Tablets and the healthy -
or sterilize per O .A. JS TOX1.T-A. .
replied Not that I know of.
condition of the hotly and mind whicli
[ This action fol milted to take places on the varsltveleven I Bern tie *? ( 'art '
Tabulations also verified showIng
were they[ create makes one feel 1 joj fill. Price :
this fall He claims that the I
enormous earnings of snl ldlarle I"wilul'on the address :2": cents. simples free at Banner I>nig BgnatirenoU : Ct/; -
among. which those of the Standard Oil ,,f Nathan endurance and agility of athletes are tore and Titusvie! |! Pliarmacj! of .

Company of Indiana niijienred( most '. Straus e>f New York I greatly enhanced by the vegetariandiet

telling of his efforts and hopes in this way to win back
remarkable Tins "
corporation on a (:tIt-|
toward pasteunza. tbe western championship lost last i
of $1.101.000 made profit in Do suffer
lyn? amounting to $W.: (5.OS:! and last lion. was in the na ear to Minnesota .

year paid to the parent company $-t.. Nathan Straus lure of ?? |norM._ Railroad Course at Illinois. with severe'

49! :..::+)u. This :lInnl1ut(lI, for at least ment It was announced that MrMraus President James of the University of Headaches

one jor. to the remarkable profit of uonld give a complete pisteurizmi Illinois has announced the appointment .

I.M 1 perent. :\1 r. Kello_;: also plant to the city of Bmssj-N TheM of Professor E. U Dewsnup as when

brought out .*\i.I.u't"h.n' ing how the rails plan wbit.has first put into ,' professor of railroad administration

New York br n,'li hid Uvtenia: operation Inew: 'York dtfifh't'u: I and management Professor lHwsnup \9 r, ,
dnl ie/i bv years ago has now her'n adopted in
fenllv : smd'ing pun It euoriu is an Englishman who has studied railroads .
1I-:trl Hm cities m all of the
) IA
w "us liabilities! : at lie same" time that parts :1 I in several) countries.
its assets were sr-e: :ttl-IJ"n! >;is .1. ....,.u. world and the nited Mites government i

ei 1 :Mi'lit'rn'! di*.I..sed one line ..f de- Ins Indorse! ': !>url/-ition: at- 12,000000 Pupils Defective.

femur e bv gui'ii notice tint the trust the proper av to make milk safe and Former President C. C. Burliugbam of

wou'd! ohje:t to intest'moriv' Iteirinz 'n .t"i' tlo i'n'HI of tn1t ''I'III.i, the Nework board of as

P"J acts r"rinntted! prior tu July 2. Prison; Congress at Chicago. chairman of a committee which has

lssl: when the Sherman I law went unto Tin e-onzress ,.f the National f>een investigating the conditions of
1 school children In all the larger cities of
effect I'r"u:
.ISVIM latioii attracted many

Indicted For Giving Passes. p.- :iuie".t .. :;.-j.j mind. -ndt'Its| iimin ,: the; country, reports that about 12000.i .- Will Cure You.The
,.- .,!';: too 4 '!'u..i :. Tin- of N>ys ai.d girls are IK'hind their
; I"'I"'rt liver .
Every: nu'ruid! in the state of \Ii"-: | is the main-spring for the whole body To exp
''l'i was indicted bv the grin.l '14' o.H III it II>.' of pivve>ntive and re proper grad. ..'s :I.s'atm a of physical defects good health, one must keep the liver In good order. To doa -

jury at Jackson for failure tit furnish 10 .1.i :ito-. work jid\o..itetl a ttinpet,* th:.t ... lid In- mcdicd with propr regulator is needed. Herbine will put your liver in th t"-

the state railroad eomnmission with It :..; i i I'M of .t:r <'niiiin:il <-
!'..t; thes\t':1 ,,f ft...,.. tharge i in the of the' entire M.Iiool :atteiidan ItVex.
list of passes issued! b\ them Tins
'. ".'I'(' cal piisei eitimi "f ,.rniMii:.Is York alone tin':'e are 4'iTtS ,l.. A POSITIVE CUREFOR
-s. ction is in line with the Indictments .
i : v\ron;:. .V \\ctl.In; inuiinnl JIH'I! fe, tix 'snn.ns the 1.4(M luldrci
l Issue last week against the \azo
and Mississippiallej I and Illinois not be K'-nitted: to pay for Ins defe i mse s,. di; -.i! In that city 10 per teat were CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND

Central rallr,mils. The antipass law a d 'lT! more than the state |'.:rs Iii; -..[(\' in! :: I"loin rl:1lmriti"l and 14 ir FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIAAND
defending a criminal without tiuuwial ernu- fro.u fnnili living lsv
thus invoked was enacted in 18X1 nod ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
baeKinIhro.ighoiit} ; hm sn ., t; ,-<'k. :More t h:11l1 j*>1'
Is said to be the first antipass law enacted -
all the :id<'res s jt tl.ongrc'ss .. cent have only tea or coffW and 1rt'I.1f..r

been a in dead this letter countrj but was It resurrecteibv hid long the preyling: i tendnuy.jx lr"I1..fao- A little over half ..f the Has Done A World Of Good.

ia favor o: tho,e ineho I'ro."t'Cutlnttorot'y Harris wh toward the reformation and Utter I .. Mrs. C. D. Philley Marble Falls, Texas writesI have
is now pursuing; members of the legisla meat of criminals rather than thosewhich I used llerbtne and find it the best liver corrective I have er

:> t u re and state officers for accepting are actuated J Jesuit Colleges Merge.oodstotk tried. It done my family as well as mypelf a world of good,
"as s.P by a spirit of revenge \\' college the pbilosophi and I recommend it to all my friends I never eufler Irod
and mu h attention ..
was! pill t
headaches aD'more.n
and t1w..I.ic-al
training choo| for the
Pleads Illness. .
Rogers the associations Umn r..rlll..1 throughout
/ Jesuit scholastics. which has l-.,.ii 1" SUe WILL BUY IT.
Tbe suit for $:'),110(1,000 damage the country for the purpose ">fhelpi'icexconvl'tc
ated at \\o Nlst Mk
< < near Baltimore
brought against Henry H. Rogers of to their feet
sJiue 1*><50, Is! 1'f"11| to If moved t
: the Standard 011 company by C. M. Attorney General Boiiipirte.address. I, Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
city and made a part of tin
Raymond of Somervllle Mass., for the ing the Prison Wardens! mmsss jatioiiadvocated .
alleged conversion of royalties in con the death penalty for habitual University of FcrdhaUl. 500-502 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO.

oection with tbe production of oil when crlaiinals and for attempts to commit Education In Muuchuutts.

It was brought up before the supreme capital crimes He argued that The Experiment Station Record announces \1

court at Boston .was met with the tes tbe primary purpose of punishmentwas that the Massachusetts' tojlege :. Sold and Recommended

tlmony of Mr Rogers' relatives to the to assure obedience to the law has! t' tllli"b a department of by

Affect that he had been seriously III and that In inflicting punishment tbe agrKultural: education if work U 1'1.1us'V1.1.1o: Phn.rxn.ncy and

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dealing with a ruthlessly dragooned CALYE'SPETPROJECT Mile a Minute Motor Boat.A .

: and disciplined people like the Japnuese. new form of motor boat has recently Nervous
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JAPAN I remember once giving an order Famous Singer Will Bring French which, if expectations are real- t

that certain bodies of troop, among be L will rush through the water at aspcod I
Peasants to California.
p. them Americans. mu t break camp at of sixty-two miles an hour, says' IndigestionThe

. Russian General Warns America :> In the morning and resume their the Duluth News-Tribune.' The secret

of 'Her Peril In the Pacific. march. To my amazement an officer LONGS FOR THEIR WELFARE. of this speed Is what I* known as u"typhonoid" action of diges-

tame to n.e at night and pleaded that propeller and which Is set

the Americans were tired. It would be I at the bow instead of the stern. It tion is controlled br

SEES.. NO WAY TO AVOID IT. better, he suggested, to start at S; "the Plans to Buy Land Where Her Dependents ojierates by suction instead of pushingthe nerves leading to the

:. men would l e In letter spirits. I water backward and has six bladeson
the Poverty Stricken Wine stomach. '\ lien they are
greeil.;; But I came to the conclusion an axis, terminating in a cylindrical

'. I Growers of Cevennes, France, Can till'. The motive Is weak the stomach is deprived -
Declares Our Commercial and Military hat In these Americans was commanding power supplied
Plant Vineyards by the Pacific-Diva by two four-cylinder V type motors
Supremacy Is Seriously Threatened. somethingery different of its energy. It
Praises America. of sixty horsepower (each and
War With Japan, He Believes, WouldBe from what 1 was trained to understand has no to do itswork
double ignition by magneto and accumulators power
Most Awful Experience America from the word "army." Mme. Emma Calve the famous opera .
Is provided. It'you want permanent -
Could Undergo. These are merely a few reasons why inger, the other night In her apart I

i I think that Americas position In the'acihc ment at the Hotel :Netherland, In New Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer, relief, you must

..:i- When General Nicholas Linevltch, is seriously tl1rf.>ntent'41.nd 1 I Greatest Blood Purifier Free restore this Dr.Miles'
commander in York, told In detail of the plan that Is energy. .
chief of the Russian I
see no to avoid the danger If
way If blood i is thin diseased
military and naval forces now dearest to her heart-the helping your impure, Nervine restores
during the Japan, taking advantage of some offense hot or full of humors, if yon bate blood I

war with Japan, was recently asked against! her immigrants or some or the peasants of her native land to |wi!'on, cancer, carbuncles, eating i sore, nervous energy, and gives

by the St. Petersburg correspondent of then pretense, should make undue demands gain some relief from the distressing MTofula, eczema, itching, risings; and the to perform ;

the New York American to express his upon America America will be conditions that they are under. She bumps, scaohy, pimply skin, hone pains organs power

opinion on far eastern politics in general forced to accede or to embark on a i said to a representative of the New catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or their functions. 4

f and on the mutual relations of the I skin disease! take Botanic Blood Balm ,
war which will almost certainly prove York American: "For many years I was an acute
United States and Japan In particular disastrous.The (B B. B. ) Soon all sores ht"alch sufferer from nervous indigestion; at
"It Is that Indescribable thing that and pains stop and the blood is made times I was so despondent life seemed
he said: yellow peril Is In this sense real almost" burden. I tried all kinds of
we term the atmosphere of this country pure and rich. Druggists or by express a
Having spent a great part of my Jut it will become much terrible remedies and various physicians" with
a more
liottle free
$t large :Sample by writing -
that makes America great, that per little or no relief, until one night last
life In he far east, I do not hesitate to reality! in tire future when not Blood Bal in Co., Atlanta, Ga. B B. summer I saw Dr. Miles' Nervine ama

comply all the more so because I consider merely Japan but China armed and raises the standard of living above B. is especially advised for chronic, deep- Heart Cure advertised. I resolved to
make trial which I did In
, that what I have to say Is In the regenerated, shall be banded togetherfor that of Europe for the workingmanand stated cases, as it cures after all else: tails. the purchase one more of one bottle of Nervine I '

Interests of all white men. the expulsion: of the white races that makes me wish to see my and one of Heart Cure In a few days
I began to feel better, which encouraged f
wine here. There Is no doubt
America made two grievous mis- from Asia. The most then that white growers Chicken With: Wooden Leg. me w> much that I continued the-
takes In her far that they will improve their condition medicine until I had taken more thana
eastern and
policy, men can hope for Is that Asia does not Lewis I\es of Winded. Conn., has a
dozen bottles. I much Improved -
both these mistakes have had the effect retaliate In kind. The time to quench immensely l>y coming here. chicken that wears a wooden leg, says In every way; In body, mind
of "I have seen how the American and spirits since. I make a special
weakening her In the
; position this peril passed by when after the the New York .\D1t rlt'an. Mr. lees'hest
point to recommend the medicine, and
workman lives and I know the
Pacific. First, America favored Japan relief of Peking In 1900. 1 urged in conditions sitting hen hatched out a fine I feel a sincere pleasure in knowing
t daring the late war secondly she on the other side, and I wish that several persons have been benefited -
; engineered vain upon the czar's government to 1 brood of Plymouth Hooks six months through my recommendations"

the Portsmouth peace. The conclude agreements for the formal I my peasants were here, where the ago and two months later a rat came A. S. MELTON, AshviUe. N. C.

United States could lose nothing from things that are luxuries In Europe are Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by
partition of the Chinese empire. along and ate the right leg of theprettiest your :
the Increase of Russia's authority In mere comforts enjoyed by the average druggist, who will guarantee that the
: chick In the coop. I\es cut abrnm.b first bottle will benefit. If It fails, he

east Asia. America went there for UNCLE JOE OPTIMISTIC.Plenty workman. i from a cedar tree and whittled will refund your money.
-When" I hall have the land It will
trade only, and Russia was not a trade it down into a perfect model of the Miles Medical Co., Elkhart Ind
not be necessary to urge them, but the
rival. The
continuation of the
lost leg and claw. lIe clamped It to
of Chances to Get Money, Says
would have seriously weakened Japan greatest wine growers In the world
and three
the Speaker. the stump very cleverly,
. will soon come from France, and we
: commercially politically and for a days later the wooden legged chicken
generation delivered America from Speaker Cannon addressing 5,000 shall find that California will blossom
with The Most Pal.dr St of Yacht a4 Boob
was scratching up worms an ambidexterity -
people at Tuseola. III., the other daygave with vineyards that will equal those
powerful rival In the Pacific. But Mr. that Since *iUtf Booki ever Pa lislud.
Roosevelt first helped Japan to victory an Impressive lesson in optimism,, that have made famous the luxurious was amazing.
then as the young hen grew Mr. Ires
and then helped her to reap the fruits says a Chicago special dispatch to the hillsides of southern France. RUDDERHOWTO
has been twice to lengthen
New York Herald. lie stood on the "This \is serious, very serious this
of If
a victory, as American patriotism BOOKS
of the courthouse where in the tbe wooden leg.
r consisted In making Japan one of the steps matter of people going from one coun-
Over boat have been built from the fines
sixties he bad made his start as JOCO
early try to another to better their condi
greatest powers on earth. printed in thee books-Successfully sailed m
I consider that this powerful new the youngest district attorney for tion. I have thought long of it, and A Certain Cure for Croup-Used for every clime and upon every sea-Full detail
In he said Ten Years Without FailureMr. drawing of all funs, showing what it is and
Japan now threatens America's existence Douglas county. part : there is no doubt that they would be a how to nuke it-Text extremely simple

as a Pacific power. She will destroy "Some of the croakers say that the better here. It Is unnecessary to say : \V. C. Bott,, a Star City, Ind., hard HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR ISO

American trade. tier subjects rich are growing richer and the poor that I love America. One buys lands ware merchant, is enthusiastic! in his W font saw mtlmat Lurk. ,e..y to....iLl. .._ill b ovp .

II .. If allowed to settle freely In American poorer. This would be bad If true. Of and creates homes only at places that praise of Chamberlain's Cough, Remedy MMt for a"'/1.l ara the bHiinnai'..

course there are some rich men In the one cares for. There Is everything to Ills children have all been subject to HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK
possessions, will undermine the economic ..
A fine boat fnr .rt>'rM mimic or kaorimv about
United Sta Rockefeller Harriman and he has used this remedy for ..
prosperity of the white Amer. make one happy here. croup oio..r 'pr Ile.b-aoa-.ef.I.Mn..rbahwuupaew.
the ten and much rye: full|*.an*..J pirfa r.of cmnplft boat
lot of past though they
Morgan and the rest have a "California possesses all that It requires years,
icans. During my long residence In feared the his wife and he alwaysFelt HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
east Asia I had opportunities for studyIng money-but how many millionaires are so far as land and climate go, croup, )II"", smrrwfal nriai niarkim .....r designed a pole
safe retiring when bottle ofChamberlain's .
a .. .
there In this ? How upon n r i. AiM tKa.A. sad" .arar. ; sap t.badd.wto
the effect of Japanese immigration. country many for the making of the very beet of [ Cough Rt'mt'dv1ll in the .n sib.HOW .

The Japanese regarded Russian territory could you name? Not a thousand. wines, and my peasants, who for generations house. His oldest child was subject to TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH

Suppose though, we there are 30- Simple' and pra'tiral..hoirmff fcow tcvm tract alaoaolItlorawitaaay
have would attacks of
but this
as a sponge to be squeezed. They grown grapes severe croup, remedy amtor. '..l'al..brr plan
000 millionaires. Even then that leave the that li needed. never failed to effect a eedv lie
took low wages, spent not a kopeck; supply experience ?| cure. HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA

many even brought with them" boxes the rest of the wealth owned by the They would live better here, as all has recommended it to friends and neighbors fia* .;! ...nn.l .... ,nz l...'. gond ..bia; e&<' n.irwlrr
. rest of the eighty odd million inhabit workmen have who come from Europe. and all wh have used it say that it ; suitable lur.fe*low
of rice for their" own consumption.
Never has of unequaled croup whooping
ants. any population
They would have things they have not
America can suffer even more from A clrT little wdinq boat,with undent oerkanga aatmaU <
size accumulated one-third cough. For sale by Banner Drug; More _I plan
equal as all the little comforts that r
now they
Asiatic settlers, as the standard of living arid Titnsville
is high. much. Why, you young people here cannot enjoy In Europe. These peopleare ....
Easy: to bvdde.rohmg fttraitrhf.j..t Ih."ft' a bn*
Of course America can exclude Japanese today have a lot more chance for your dear to me. HO it is natural that I to begin.'".;". .be bull*errh..piTf rtl..T sloop or rat nf

I white alley than I had when I was a HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHTA
wish to see them letter off.? 1
from the Pacific coast but from That Runs Treadmill.
a ramplete dVnp iml of how to"..ald.model.....IIM
that must arise a political danger. I boy. The Interest that the greatest of living Thomas Hill a Lawrences! (\ J.i at.ktf card i.aall tf ajwtrbPRICE .

am convinced that any action against Carmens has taken In the peasantry farmer has returned to the use of oxen $1.

Japanese Interests In America, wheth- Biten by a Spider of the section In which she has her on his farm, says a Trenton (N. Jpt .) EACH
pMtp*io IT Eirncss
castle has made her the most loved .<*Ial to the :New York ANTWHCHC
,, r on the part of the federal government dispatch
F Through: blood poisoning caused by Bound in cloth-Cold lettennj-Sue of ,
of the local authorities citizens person In the province of Cevennes, In Tim"*. He he finds them cheaper peg
or or :a spider bite, John Washington, of live- says 9 by >:x inches -Large,ciearly-drawn plans
would be prelude to In the south of .Fran.>. Clustered In the and letter than horses or mules He
a a war gneille. Tex., would have lost:; his leg,
which America could gain nothing and which became a mass of running sores, midst of the foothills of the Pyrenees, has trnhiHil a bull to run a treadmill THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.a .

would probably lose much. The Philippines had he not been persuaded to try Buck- she has renovated the ancient Chateau which pumps water churns butter and MUNNA" STMCCT New YOUR. U. S. A

she would Inevitably lose. All ten's Arnica Salve. He writes: "The Cabrieres and made It the center of does all of that kind of work. The Srnd'' tmtat fnr Catalogue of foots foracktiman's

Japanese statesmen desire their acquisition first application relieved, and four boxes her activities when she leaves the footlights bull Hill says, beats n windmill or Library.

and the Japanese denial of this, ealed all the sores" deals every sore and the applause of the capitalsof gasoline engine "all to fll.! MV ." Other'
2c Banner and TitusvillePharmacy.
: at Drug More
based on the pretense that the climate the world.In farmers are watching the experiment,

1 le too hot for colonists, Is untrue. ordinary times her ministrationsand and "horseless farms' may loan be Ferry Seeds

However, it Is a mistake to assume the wealth that h'r'oke has popular. are not an experU :
her have been able men tbut with proper culti
i brought to
would rope
that Japan necessarily concentrate vat ion,t'iry assure success
on the Philippines In the event Tropical Fruit Raised In Texas. I with the Incidental distress that she is from the start. Users have no

The fancily of !>. ('. Brenner of On- to search She has doubts at planting nor di a;:
ever ready out.
f More likely she would not
) war. The of pointmenU at harvest Ot
lies. Tex. has |HH'II regaling Itself on Badge HonestyIs
founded schools that medical attendance
shrink from the risk: of attacking the seen -
bnnanas raisil in Conzales. The fruit where It needed on every wrapper of Doctor Pierce's
American fleet wherever It might;; be was given was
found and of directly menacing the I Is fully as large and well flavored as and with her own hand brought Golden Medical Discovery because a full

that shipped in from more tropical comforts to those that lacked them. I list of the ingredients cornicing it is

Pacific coast. ,'linn's and ;goes to show that (lonzaleso'lnty printed there in plain English. Forty
But the Introduction of adulterated"
The United States is not at present
.. years of experience has proven i it>superior
is good for raising almost any for biggest mrest, best
wines in France has brought distressto crops-
In a position: to resist such an attack.A worth as a blood purifier and invigorating staa'calcrs.! famousforover1J07
kind of fruit the San
war with Japan would be the most says Antonio the growers of the pure liquid that tonic for the cure of stomach disorders yyeare, used Anaoat

awful experience America could un- Ex I'rl''S. There Is an orange tree In the ('evt nnes grapes pri.due that Is so I and all liver illIt builds up the rundown free on rwjuest
th yard of Aldenhoovon that also! D. M. FERRY 4. CO.,
broadcast that even the munificence of I sy>tom as no other tonic can in
Americans rely too much on
bring; forth fruit of its kind 3earl Calve can have little t'ft"t't't11".n It. w hich alcohol is ud. The active medicinal Detroit,Mich.
their fleet. I admit that America has { I
-- -- principles of native feats such as
new and first rate battleships, goal The Autumn Fever. While othors. however, merely wept j Golden Seal and Qu't>n's root :stone and

sailors and just as patriotic a spirit as Take down the fltldle and she me the for the departed prosperity! the diva | Mandrake root, IMomlroot and Black 50 YEARS

Japan, but these do not Insure victory. 1..w. thought and rememtK-rlng the possihllities : Ch"rryhark are extracted and i'res-rHl EXPERIENCE

Victory depends upon the skillful and Siwhen You're read to pl! .ie and to );": for wln growing that sin had by the use of chemically pur, triple

experienced handling of ftt>t'ts. Numbers Scraps your fret honey and swing toHarvest seen in California on her tours dt','file ti j r."hwdel}'(" \rine. N>nd to Dr. R. V IVroe

have much less yovr I'::!.''e: that the txM thin: she -ould do for herImpoverish1 at Buffalo, N. Y., fur frrr bookM whkhj1l"tt.S
and Importance -
weight b
is over and hearts have said
from well-r 'cognized medical
*! npiIII"r; was to provide i !
land The
on sea than on Japanese XT 1<-eHand : such Drs.
a place for mltl.f them here : authority as
with me that Hdd7 an.ll1mt..rlr feet
could probably cope any King Scudcfcr. Coe, Ellingwood and a
lassini goes goo..!. and the dancing IIIOw't This was the: Iinvptl"n of the plan :
fleet In the world They are masters I host of otli X", showing; that these roots TRADE MARKS

In the use of the tl114ln. Thev milerstnnd \\'Inse.rn..rt.! : .oha!'+'z. change partners. to bring the most famous wine growers can be. tUff nded upon for their curative DESIGNS

? the tactics of nwst and lIOrt awa1ivt \"- in the world to Annwn. It was a action i it all weak states of the stomach COPYRIGHTS &c.

fur believing ( me that fi.Ml.>: I'm Itching to pLuTO ': particular! pl" !solution of the i acrom / ied by indigestion or dyspepsiaas Anyone sending a nketrh and il" lighting, and there are reasons ajH-ertain oar ..|>.mnn free whrthw an
difiidilty! to the gr-it :artist for she well i in/fill bilious or liver complaintsand invention uprolmbly p..tent.M.". e'.mmanita.
i that they will handle th siil ,down the ti niarhu'* of the future I In-Mer than oth Tie m.'rn of the m-"i<1ow. the noon of .1.Jtn.s 'lu:t with "':I'h vNit to this it bios/ flesh and gradual running downof Patents taken thn.ugh iluim Jt Cu. receive!
she lus h.tru..1 t.'e
.'r nations. I refuse! to 1"'I1"\'t'! that th > stream: -ointrv t' strength and system. tpfrinl Hotter, without chmve. in the
S ir.l the oM p'atform and throw oft your mon'. and .sh. will tied delight! in .*<, .
the :o upt'Inrmt'rkm tlf't.t would set ":tt.: Th "C'?(>t..n:! Medical Pi'jcovpry"ma1< Scientific Jlm rita"
tt I.Ji: .... vie h. Mood and
tie! the war in one big battle. Tttenth' ginger I.Ian. and the dabs pur so invigorates and
\\ the art tnMsim-. furniture ant The A handsomely llln'tnited weekly! I.irer.t rlrrulatiim .
t-i r. II teI ' t a el e
rat _
In the
whether I'hiiippine'sor .
on land of any .tentiac > urnal Terna a
MciY'tt \Y11"H'" In the bin. and the milk's In the ftlzi; that sh- Jiix :iuniiiatd! in. a nl iTim.. the_ whole ,tpm ..HT: four months f L Sold bj.U ,""1" ** ..!..
the l"nit- Mat.-s it
at home ..
< in.G"t : th> Chateau CabriTt a ne\v h"m<* in Thus all skin affections, blotches, pimples MUNN & Co 361Broadwar. New Yor
r nothing Amertaiis d-r not understand t.. be 'iittlrK It. sure asou'r" born: and eruptions a* well a> scrofulous swelling .
California will It mad U-autiful It .
Branch Office SU Yninict<>a C
that l1It>n. patriotism and !Ivi; rr and kiss her and tI.n't let herTake and old open running sore> or ulcersare
will II > unlike other in th.urld..
i any
money do not i-onstitute a military action. K- cured and healed. In treating old
down the fiddle. and give me the ,'s.-.':>t it !I.' the .tie in Frucre. for
Americans have had no t'\I"'rl. bow running sores, or ulcer, it Is.n to insure KILL THE COUCH
Calve Is origin:il. '-\"-n in the fmrnb him -
their healing to to them Dr.'e In real warfare. They are n 't. asa apply THE i
nation organized for war and d-. not Take don the t!'d>: the night Is a'1 ; of her hour's. From all over the Pierce's All-Healing hah. If your druggist _

("I"ar: world her art measures haveome.. don't happen to have this Salve in

seem to understand what war Is. I The rnoonlieam In beauty is walklrc soGie and her home i Is one of the most interesting stock, send fifty-four cents in Istetage WITH Dr.
have seen a .pmd deal of the United near; King's
that h:1St'r l wn put together stamp to Dr. \-.I'if'rl"t', invalid! : Hotel
States army and even commanded me old music. antiih.e me old and Surgical; ) Institute KufTalo. X V.. anda ,
rrirh With her land prorur ''l In California large box of the
among others during the relief 'All-Healing Salve'will
march to Peking during the Boxer The the J.incr of the delis and the song of a new place will be found for her ac reach YOU by return post. New Discovery

earth tivity. and It Is safe to say that the You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum 1.
outbreak. As men I found .\mt>rlcm Plowtr* the stubble nil day. but tonight a
soldiers well ('lluea tN. Intelligent antI Swine her my honey beneath the palelight new home will toe created along unique medicine or KSOWX COMPOSITION not FOR CONSUMPTION SOc & $1.00

lines." I i! even though the dealer
well conducted above" all Europeans.aml __ may Free Trial.
Swing corners "ha5s"z. change partnersand thereby make a little bigger profit
I their braver and patriotism had all;
l no limits. But their voluntary free The f'"ver for Addling has come with th B", .tb Hang *!*an" fogfl i i I and Invigorate stomach liver and bowels Guaranteed for all THROAT and

and discipline was not soldierlyIn fait I Sgutm! cth i I Sugsr-ccmtol: tiny granules, easy: to take LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY
-Baltimore Sun. j I &s candy.X BACK.r .
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FOR FLORIDA For some time pass: there has been avery i SLUGGISH LIVERPROMPTLY
the : the A. C. L. Road on West Coast
j Entered at the postoffice atTitnsville as general understanding that
------ ---- BENEFITED
.econd-class mail matter. Parties Cannot Solicit Liquor Or- railroad south of Miami would stop at Failed.
Bahia Honda The Tampa Times tells the following
and would not be extended
r Ellis B. Wager, Kditorand Publisher. ders in Dry Counties to Key West as was the original in- tory of a dartardly attempt to wreck

Florida is interested in a decision of tention. a train on the West Coast:

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING the United States supreme court, in The Morning News is glad to be ableto A bold attempt was made to wreck

r ---- which it is held that parties repre- the southbound train the
passenger on
Government experts are soon to say that, in reality there has beenno dI ; :
senting liquor'houses, breweries or Charlotte Harbor division of the Atlantic 5q
begin a thorough and comprehensive distilleries cannot solicit orders in a change in the original intention.For .
Coast Fort last
Line near Meade
"soft town where it is prohibited from being good business reasons there wasa I r.. .. ::
into all of the ,
examination night_ That the attempt was not wholly -
sold by the state law,whether or change in the plans* of operationsome
drinks" now on the market to determine not they are representing dealers in weeks ago and work on the Key successful is due to the fact that

their deleterious effects up- other states, who may ship under West end of the work was suspended, there was a clear sky and sufficient

. ; on the human system and to prohibit the interstate commerce laws. a full account of which was publishedin moonlight to enable the engineer to
The case at issue was that of Dila- see the obstruction in time to slowdown
this the time.A .
I their consumption and sale when paper at
miter vs. the state of South Dakota his train. At that the engineran
found to contain injurious matter. and the supreme court holds that: point which was not made clear at
to the obstruction the for
on and
the time this The, railroad
"The general power of the statesto was : com-
The New York Herald has been control and regulate within their pany hoped to have the work so well ward part had to be raised and the material

-I getting opinions from congressmen borders the business or dealing in advanced by the close of the year that which formed the barrier remov-

there or soliciting orders for the purchaseof trains could be put through to Ke>- ed.
.w" matter and
) r on the Philippine ,
intoxicatingliquorsisbeyondques- West by ferry from Key Vassas to The north and south bound passenger -

is no little significance in the replies tion. Bahia Honda. It developed however, trains met at For Meade. The

received. Out of sixty-three an- "The purpose of the Wilson act, 26 that it would be impossible to build train from the south got to the station 4's
Stat. 713, as a regulation of interstate 'h
first and waiting for the from
was one
swers sent to the Herald only twen- to allow the the track from Key West to Bahia
commerce was
themselves in favorof Honda by the coming winter. In factit Tampa. There was no obstruction on .
ty-seven express states to exert ample power as; to intoxicating -
considered that the work would the track when the north bound train : oaxa ..
permanent retention of the islands, liquor when the subject of was
L such commerce than could have been be well advanced if the upper end of passed the place and Whoever had the
while thirty-six favor selling out at idea of the train must have
t I exercised before the enactment of the road could be completed to wrecking
? once. If the majority insist on sell- that statute,which enabled the statesto Knight's Key by December. got to work immediately after thE-

"_ ing it may be accomplished. extend their authority as to the liq- Nothing was therefore to be gainedby north bound train passed along.
uor shipped from other states beforeit train not ;.;
The south bound had gotten
the of track West
t laying on the Key
I Have you noticed any marked improvement became commingled with the mass under full headway when the engineer t.2ti yl : i
end before next and for this
t of other property in the state by a
food? The in the moonlight obstruction
your pure saw some
t sale in the original package. season and for the additional reason
food and law went into effect on the track not far ahead.
drug "Since the enactment"of the Wilson that the railroad company was being

f the first of this week. There will be law, which expressly provides harried almost beyond endurance in He immediately applied the emergency F. SASSJR.RICIIA1tU .
that intoxicating liquors coming intoa brakes and brought the train to a .
of time Key West and on that end of the line. --- ---
Ii : no further respecting state as though manufactured work was stopped. halt as soon as it cou! I be done, bu F KANS: Jit.. room 41:.,

.4* labels or anything eise. There therein, the owner of intoxicating Business policy suggested other not until the obstruction had been Bldg., bio Olive street,
tom extension the liquor in one state cannot, under the St. Louis Mo.
was an permitting use in embracing curtail reached. The cowcatcher passed over writes:
1 S 1 commerce clause of the constitutiongo changes plans, "I do not hey
of old labels to Oct. 1 1907 and some of the ties which formed the barrier
; up himself or send his agent into another ment in various departments but the Pe-ru-na a Godsend here there a

certain manufacturers and wholesalers state, and, in defiance of its work on the upper end of the line is and th
1n i petitioned the agricultural department laws, carry on the business of soliciting being pushed with vigor. slightly elevated when the train takes 1'eruna

proposals for the purchase of There are now 2,400 laborers at was brought to a full stop. but must admit that he has beenbenefited.

to advance the date a year; such liquors. work on the road and it will be com- As the train slowed down the en .

1x '_ i < but that petition has been denied and "Although a state may not forbida pleted to Knight's Key'by December.In gineer distinctly( saw a man leap up "I have met a large number of men
become effective. resident therein from ordering for dash off and women who have used it,but I have
the law has fully trains will be ferried from the side of the track and
his own use intoxicating liquor from another year yet to find the first one who has not
into the woods. He was not pursuedas
: i another state, it forbid the carrying across to Key West and in two years been helped by it. '
Now that the summer is over and may
it would have been impossible to
on within its borders of the the track will be completed the entire "It is of special benefit to poor work
people are coming south again, business business of soliciting orders for such distance-Miami News. find the miscreant in the dark.It ing men and women who often Buffer

will move on with new life. All liquor,although such orders may only was found necessary to jack up for the necessities of life, contract disease

:: are interested in the welfare of their contemplate a contract resulting Building at Daytona. I the front of the engine before the ties I and have no money U seek,medical

.4 from final acceptance in another A whirl around the city will show I could be removed. If he headway of advice.
town and should do their part to keep "To such Peruna comes as a godsend,
state. Yance vs. W. A. VandercookCo. considerable building activity going on the train had been a little greater the
things moving ahead and actively at 170 U. S. 438 as it brings health."I .
I ,
I and over 60 carpenters and masons engine must have been derailed. If the have used It myself for a sluggish
law of South Dakota
that. Talk up your place whenever imposing and a number of painters busily engaged. engineer had not detecfed the obstruction liver and for catarrhal troubles, with
an annual license charged on "
I the best results.
i V opportunity affords; then you will traveling salesman selling, offering On Volusia avenue, near the depot, there Is no telling how badly the

; see results that will surprise you. for sale, or soliciting orders for intoxicating Mrs. Wciking is completing a fine res- train might have been wrecked.A .

l There will be more money spent in ; liquors in quantities of idence with an artificial stone base severe electrcal storm took The News is finally getting settled

'' less than five gallons is not unconsti- ment; the Mellor residence on Ride very in its new building, after six weeks of
Florida this winter than ever before place in this vicinity on Saturday last
: tutional because repugnant to the wood is nearing completion and the trouble and the greatest discomfort
k and we all want to work for our commerce clause of the constitutionof when some damage was done. On the I
i Christy home, on the same street, imaginable. To get out two regular
the United States. plantation of C. B. Gifford a house and
1 share of it. If you want to get your receiving extensive additions. The publications, do a considerable amountof
"The highest court of South Dakota tee were struck by lightning, the former
; share of it you will find that judic- having held that the act imposinga Randolph residence, on Second avenue unroofed and part of the floor torn i I book and commercial printing, and

ious advertising will be a great help. license on traveling salesmen soliciting a handsome structure, is well underway up. The handle was cut from umbrella at the same time move into an unfin-

orders for intoxicating liquorsis the Rogers addition on Beach that hung on the walL Fifteen I'fished building, where the carpenters,

One Dry,Two Wet Counties a police regulation and not a taxingact street, the Fulgham addition, on the : plasterers and plumbers are at work,
colored in the house the
men were at
it is within the purview of and
Prohibitionists carried Putnam same street, Thompson! improvement on to instill an immense amount of new
not in conflict with the Wilson act. time.1th one exception they escap- i
t- county Monday, Sept. 30th, by a big Pabst Brewing Co. vs. Crensha 198 Orange avenue, the Ivy Lane Inn, the ed all harm. The injured man was I machinery, and to conduct a business
Palatka. which Long' buildings on Daytona street, the
iV majority--even emI U. S. 17, followed 104 N. W. Rep. hurt on the arm which was swollen to between a cylinder press and a
braced seven precincts out of 27, Green and Barnes buildings, back of
machine is
539 confirmed. Monotype a propositionfrom -
the shoulder. The windmill on Buckeye I I
I gave a majority of 14 dry. Escam- Beach street, the Atlantic Block improvements -
EI! which the Lord dellv
4 Plantation was another victim may good
bia and Franklin counties both voted South Beach, the paint
4 wet, Escambia being wet by over 600( New Law Ties Sheriffs Hands on of tourist hotels J. Luce, the postmaster received !:i' er us for all time to come. We are now-

t majority. Orange and Dade will be From the !St Atigu-tine Rei'OnJ. ing and repairing many enough of the electric current to be'' getting settled and have already begun -

I' the next to hear from. and new buildings going up In uncomfortable for the remainder of the :: to ship type to other portions of
Acting under the new law which Kingston Midway and Wajcross, give
f, 'tl day. also receiving burns on hands and : the state three orders being filled this
Cattle Deals requires costs to be deposited before an idea of what is> going on on this side
fingers. She saw the ball which did week.Ye are now ready and equip
issuing warrants, Justice of the of the Haifax at the present time,-
JI The Kissimmee Valley Gazette such strenuous wark. Several tele : ped to turn out any and all kinds of

f H mentions the following cattle deals: Peace Mackey is making the situa- Daytona Haifax Journal. phones were burned out of commission i ;-rinting from the cheapest handbill to

Mr. J. W. Miller sold this week his tion embarassing for Sheriff Perry.
Weather Report after the storm cease-1 -Walton cor. I the finest kind of book work.-DeLani
r. : a. stock of cattle branded "Mill" to The latter believes that he is immune St Lucie Tribune : News.
; Henry Silas; also his stock of cattle) from the conditions of the act and Summary for Sept. by Rev.Jas. H.
ir. of known as the Tommy Thompson stock White, U. S. observer.
that he has a right to warrants with- the 1st 92.C ..
: i II I to E. L. Lesley, the latter being estimated Highest temperature on .Nrr+.;"f""rrr-'n-'rf't''Y'Y.rri .rry a{-.rYrr.rrr+ ,''''' r ''"ri --:1::
i i at 2,000 head. out posting the costs but Judge Lowest temperature on six day 72.0 I .

..f i Rull Bass has sold to Lizzie Silas Mackey holds otherwise and won't Mean temperature for month 80.1 1

t his stock of cattle known as the Sum- i issue the warrant unless the sheriff Average mean for 26 years 80.7
meriin stock. Mr. Bass also sold to Highest mean for 26 years 1900 83.1 i SCHOOLBOOKS
11; hands out his wad for security. To Lowest mean for 26 in 1897 IS.'t
: V. E. L. Lesley 200 head of beef cattle, years 1 l ltl
j. which Mr. Lesley has placed in his satisfy himself in the premie Judge Rainfall in inches 5.61 [

Shingle Creek pasture. Mackey wrote to Atttrnen.( Ellis Average for 30 years 7.86
for in 1878 : t.8Lea.t
Greatest 30 years i
< ------ and the latter replied) that the Iawa
for:'JO years in 18S2: :3.01 r.
) Flowing Wells For F. E. C. R'y mandatory and)applied to officers thesame Prevailing wind direction S E

tt t Henry Van Dorn, of Daytona has as to any one eke. Now Sheriff Number of clear days 21 I [4

[ : 4 i, about completed sinking the five Perry has several Mind tigers Number of fair days 5 1 AND SUPPLIES I

: four-inch wells for the railroad company : trapped l. but cannot direct them Number of cloudy \" -I
: : at the two mile post on the A. Number of davs ,,jth'rain 1.
1 & W.branch. These wells will aver- without a warrant: he cannot get a Number of days with thunder 27

:. age about 119 feet in depth, and warrant without planking down security Island Home. Merritt's Island. Fla. 1 1 Wholesale and Retail i iCl
and if he
t \ forces the water nine feet above the rives :-ecuritvand
;' I surface of the ground. Six inch pipe the prisoners are not convicted then Letter to Miss Sue Hunter

1 :; is being laid from the wells to the the sheriff must pay the co-ts. Believing Titn-\.iltt', Fla, { Mail Orders Promptly Filled I I'fl

j' 7 .I round house and they will furnish that it is the duty of the stateto 1):11'Ii.: : ....: Will you give your arith-
: water for the locomotives on the take the chances on conviction the niHic .-liss-ami al2:: .l.ra .-lav!-this j>r"M<'m'' (
road. A purifying plant will be officer is not inclined to put up the If aerapr mint v"worth *1.MIA all..n.awl : THEH.&W'B.DREWCO. [?
,> two-thinN far as lK-\ as
costs. As he remarks it is hard Zi -s
erected take the
to and salt
sulphur half as long l w hat is twos north put on. T
from the water.Stockton enough to have to wait for his fees I'ailltl'rs' sVagi5lk'iii:! 1,5C1 a day and a Iby's JACKSONVILLE FLA. ;
without having to pay the casts in work a gallon)) "f taint tl ,1 I Il'

such cases where the parties are not The answer i i-*11 M'gallon; but ,1..n1 tell rr... .... .. r.wr.wr..+ ...+w.... .. rw. -,

Fights on Firing Line convicted. On the other hand the 'MU .;....'.._.. '. "_ ... -_-' 'J;.._.h "",''-J..J'.J'' '.'.'_ ._..",.......AJ.I.,, .....?.. 3 :_m.;_,. ;;} .!....1

The Tallahasse True Democrat law* requires the sheriff to arrest violators 43: F. W HJ"Otl Your: !" truly: .o_

says: Hon. John N. C. Stockton's of the law and if he fails to do I*. :.s. Jas. Pritchanl A. S: >n eh our paint.
letter of the 12th, in the Greenville so he is liable to removal from office.

News, almost a certain guaranteethat i The sheriff has written the governorof Weekly Weather Keporl.Ji .

he will be among the strong can- the quandary he is in and asked "PITHI. FLA.
didates for gubernatorial honors and him to unravel the tangle; so that a Comparative statement of temperature
and rainfall for the week ending! Tuesday.
must needs be a hard piil for some hard working officer will not have to 17 I<*H,

would be governors to swallow. gamble on the conviction of prisonershe D.UFI.X.; :MIV :MM1N
4 Even Stockton's strongest opponents arrests. &-I't... 2;. W 75: H| 77 To expect your local merchants to carry a full stock of goods
appreciate the fact that he is one of The law was paved for the pur- 1i.'si 7 ti S3 79 and be prepared] to sell you a few pounds of flour a necktie or a

the shrewdest politicians in Florida, pose of suppressing the practice in .. 37.3" "K-SI 7'73; M I-ti ; few pirn.-of: lumber for your conveniences and then when you

and that he "fights" on the firing some counties of the justices issuing 29.. 5 II' 77 ST, ':3 want a barrel of flour, a suit of clothes or a carload of lumber to

line from the beginning to the finishof warrants for trivial offences, burdening 31-. w* 77 s! 71 send off for it'

every great political battle he goes the county with heavy costs for (Kt. 1. Mj 7tj fco il
Total rainfall for the week 124 inruts. When your town needs help, or a subscription for charity is
into. It makes no difference how mileage and fees. It seems, how- : ..
Departure rainfall for the week minor 110
wanted, do you those merchants from home and ,.
'' much one may oppose him, there is ever, that it is too sweeping and inches. away
always lots in him to admire. "A practically ties the hands of the officers Departure rainfall duce Jan. 1st. minus ask for it? If not, WHY? Suppose you do pay slightly more
14.Kj inches. for your goods at home, you get it back. Your local merchant
strong point with him is fidelity this who must judge a case before
H. P. IIRDIV. and aids in
helps pay taxes every local cause.
friends. they dare to make an arrest. Official in Charge.



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A spur was recently run in from the Information was received over the

II? ITEMS OF NEWS F. E. C. Railway to the rear of the private long distance telephone wire of VI r.rir.r. Nr.riVIVlrW.'rr.WiW.rrVl'r'Vd.

Electric Light Plant and on this track the Tampa Northern Railway regard

.:: IN FAIR FLORIDA the management is having extensive ing a fatal difficulty, occurring be-

sheds constructed to cover large bins tween two citizens of Brooksville at HARDWAREJas.

! fur the storage of coal, it being the Intention an early hour Tuesday night. J. H.
What is Done Development
: Being Towards the
to supplement wood with coal Brown, a clerk In J. L. Hancock's store

:: :: of Peninsula as fuel the present season and thereafter was the man killed his slaver beingC.

use coal exclusive}.-Dajtona T. Gary, who runs a fruit stand ad-

Another suspect arrested at Tampa Gazette News.Sometime joining the Hancock place. Throughout Pritchard & Son
*" as the assailant of Mrs. Walters at
after 12 o'clock last Sat the day the men had been quarrelling -
Pinela has established his Innocence.
urday night the awning before the for some unknown cause, and,
Oranges and grapefruit are going to store of T. W. Conelly Garret's barber shortly after dark Brown asked Garyto Handle the Finest Lines of

mature early this year, some of the shop and one of the stores of J.V.. come out of his place and fight the

fruit in this section Is almost ready Russ tumbled down on the side walk. matter out with him. Gary replied by Heavy and Shelf HardwareOur

for picking. The early fruit will Fortunate it did not fall the day be shooting Brown twice causnig instant

bring a good price if the present market fore as our streets were crowded and death. Gary was arrested shortly af-

d:. holds.-Tropical Sun. 50 or a hundred persons might have terward. Both men were well-known Stock of

Sentiment In favor of holding the been killed or Injured.-Marianna in Brooksville and the tragedy is

State Fair during January instead of Times Courier. greatly deplored.Mr. Guns and Sporting Goodsis

February is growing stronger daily Reaching Tampa Thursday night, J. D. Frink of Plant City, has

the public realizing that the city hasn't I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bachman, of Braid- been over on our side with his brotherA. complete at all times

sufficient hotel accommodations for the entown, O. Frink at Eau Gallic. Mr. Frink
completed one of the most re
crowds that will visit the city in Feb markable automobile tours on record. has recently returned from a visit to -- -

ruary.-Tampa Evening News. Covering over 5,000 miles, including IT Washington Baltimore and the James- Paints and Oils of
r town Exposition. Mr. Frink is also Qualityone
The American states have
schooner Mary B. they made practically the

Judge, CtptainIorris, which went up entire trip in their Franklin "D" 20 the gentleman who the Coast Line of our Specialties
I Railway accused of being a defaulter
to quarantine yesterday, made a quick horse power car, without a single seri--
in his accounts at Plant Cit}. In a
voyage from Havana to this port. In ous accident and in excellent time.-
personal con"ersaUon.lth the editorhe
fact the trip, which consumed only Tampa Evening News. -
made the statement that there were Quotations for large or small orders will
three days, Is considered one of the lion. Julian S. Carr, Commander
no grounds for such accusation and she be given personal attention. Mail Orders
quickest ever made by sailing vessel.
a Chief of the Blue and Gray of Durham,
did not know he was expected to
solicited and promptly filled
-Pensacola News.Encountering Conn., has accepted the invitation of
answer any such charge he had a most
* heavy weather out in the St. Petersburg Schf ol Board to deliver I
delightful trip. He does not look likea TITUSVillE FLORIDA
the gulf, and with her pumps badly an address at the annual George ,
man who would rob his employers
damaged and useless the U. S Washington birthday
gunboat the
and fact that he is ready to have
Huntress, which was supposed to have which is the largest affair' of its kind the auditors look him over is pretty 1tJMwm wmj WNNNNMYMYMWNNMextend

been well the to New Orleans in the United States
ou way and which has
good evidence that he !s not spending
with the members of the Missouri nave done much to make St Petersburg money that does not belong to him.-

al reserves aboard, put into the hare famous. The invitation was tendered Cocoa and Rockledge News. for two miles in the bay, and TIME IS MONEY

jif'j bor yesterday morning.PensacolaJournal. by Gen. J. F. Chase of the Blue.-St will control the cross currents that at !
Have you seen those stalks of cottoa
Petersburg Independent present sweep over the bay and fill
in the windows of Massey Hall The
At a meeting of the Board of Pilot Mr. L. R. Battle has leased far a seeds were planted in March, we believe the channel. The mud taken from ;

Commissioners Thursday evening last term of years the Cart Deen Co.. ten and as is seen, many of the bolls the channel will be dumped to.the east I t'

the rate of pilotage on vessels drawing .acres of land in the vicinity of Carter. are not vet open, ready to harvest, ward where is can not return and dam
nine feet and under was reduced from !Station, on which he will experimentwith showing that a nice yield might have age the work When completed the

a It,. $3 to $2 per foot This makes Fernan- celer '. The lands in that neigh- been expected. A colored man by the channel will permit vessels drawing

dlna a cheaper port on vessels of the; borhood are pronounced by experts to name of Durant, living north of town, 11 feet to come to the docks on the I

above draft than Jacksonville where be as fine celery lands in the state, planted a few rows just to see what river front.-Apalachicola Times. i I -y.

the rate is $2.50 per foot-Fernandl- and if this should prove true it will he could do, and proves to the satisfaction 8100 Reward .100. I

,1 na News. mean the production of $1,000 to the of many that cotton is a profit The readers of this paper will be plea-d

It Is announced that as soon as the acre, that sum not being considered able crop for this section. He did not to learn that there is at least one dreadful I]
disease that science has been able to cure in
hurricane period is over that a tug .abnormal where the culture of celeryIs give his crop the attention it would require all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh ,I

and barges of the R. G. Ross Contract- practiced,-Lakelan-1 News. if worked on a larger scale, Cure is the only positive cure known ,
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a i This is just as true in regard to Sewing
ing Co. of Jacksonville, will be In the tarpon trophy contest Cyrus therefore it stands to reason that all constitutional disease requires a constitutional I Machines a..anything else.

brought here to assist in building of W. Butler Is credited with a catchof things being favorable a cotton farm treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is By using Long Shuttle Machines, no matter

the jetty south of sea entrance of the a 62 inch fish, weighing 50 would yield a good return for the own- taken internally, acting directly upon the how well made,you are actually throwing
pounus. the
blood and mucous surfaces of system, away 3 hours out of every seven.
new ship channel, the contract having We were told this week by one who ere Dr. DiCKinson is gathering statistics thereby destroying the foundation of the disease I THE STANDARD ROTARY SHUTTLE

been awarded to that company.Miami measured the fish that it was 6 feet I from every source she can con- building and up giving the constitution the patient and strength assisting in SEWING MACHINE i

Metropolis. 2 inches long and weighed 130 pounds. cerning this industry and expects soon nature in doing its work. The proprietorshave I' Will make 350 Pitches in the same time Lou;

f- There are miles of shelled streets:: This gives Mr. Butler second honors. to give the public the benefit of her I. so much faith Hundred in its curative Dollars powers for Shuttle Machines make only 3K. i
offer One
that they any The Standard Rotary Principal is meet stientihcally -
within the corporate limits of the city.A The mistake was made in interpretingthe efforts along this line. She wishes the case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonial correct, which fact has bttii proven

few additional streets are shelled writing of our first informant The people to know what can be done as *. by 25 years succensful I use in all parts of the
Address, F J. CHENEY A. CO., Toledo, 0.Sold world and by our competitors continuously
every year by: the council, and a few figures stood some weeks and it should they have not realized before. Who but by Druggists 75c. trying to copy it without success. 11IKST

years more every principal street in have been corrected before the contest she would care whether the people Hall's Family Pills are the best \ D.\lm GRIND ROTARY THE
DeLand will be shelled. These shell- closed.-St. Petersburg Independent. continued to sleep or Lot Who else machines one-Lot'k and Chain 8tikh-

ed streets, together with the thousandsof Sheriff Howell went to Jacksonville would give gratis the benefit of her Ball Bearing Stand-Straight Automatic Lift.
Do not fail to investigate the merits of the
labor be it water, cotton
or camphoi
shade trees, that make the town so last Saturday and returned with the 1 }Fastest Most Silent, Easiest Running and the

attractive to new comers.-Volus>ia Co. negro Walter Leadbetter, who hal of which she studied facts. Next Tuesday moot durable Sewing Machine made, THE
eve the subject will be "camphor STANDARD ROTARY demonstration is-
Record. been arrested at his instance in that 1I a revelation.' Write for prices and Eaay Pay-
"That railroad which the News men- city charged with being implicated in Everybody welcome.Orange City cor. I ment Plan. Guaranteed Sewing Machines
Volusia Co. Record. --i I fl2OO op.
tioned some two weeks* ago as likely to the murder Manuel: Thomas at Oak The Standard Sewing Machine Co.,

I connect Ocala and Palatka," said :\Ir.F' Villa on the lath of last month. Lead- Sentenced b} Judge J. B. Wall a few M S Broad, (ia.

to an imprisonment of five; win Ibeas bill a roo!-e as you'Yes
years ago
J. O'Hara yesterday, 'Oll can now better, who acknowledges he was in my child it you don UM The Standard Sewing Machineis

state as being a certaint, and it's go- the crowd which fired into the Thomas years in the State Penitentiary, Perry MAGIC WHITE SOAP. I' sold by the Indian River

ing to prove a big thing for Palatka." house, has been held by Judge Coxeto Sellars, a notorious white thief of De- Kub Magic on soiled parts leave them in Music House, Titusville

Mr. O'Hara also stated that he expected the grand jur}-. The preliminary Soto county has been released by the wate r '-hour. No boiling;no asbboards
no backache, if MAGIC WHITE
you use
to see the road completed and in hearing was held yesterday afternoon. pardoning board, having served only SOA1 Will iron ea-v ai magic; :bas no rosin I
operation within the next jear.-Palat- -Palatka News. three vears. At the time Judge Wall like in yellow ""a 1'. Get your irrocer to orderor EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
send UH H.<" for I box of loo ftc cakes I|
ka News. Palafox street, between Romana and sentenced him he gave him the limit We pay for Ireighv S a\e the wrappers. I o. F.DUKEN, Agent,

Garden, was covered from the sloe' o and from the bench expressed regret MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld I
At last the death warrant for the
hat the law would not permit a sentence New Orleans, La. !!
walk to the car track on the west side ; .
execution of the negro Dock :Mack Florida and
for more than an hour this afternoon of 15; }ears. Sellars having in
alias Bill Mack, for assaulting a young
with water his possession the combination to a s:
measuring in some placesto
white woman in the western
safe of John Collier, took $10.000+ in WesternMeats
Hf Jacksonville on the evening of a depth of eight inches. As the catraversed ( a- ,
that street the trucks ploughed cash out of it J. W Brady. the attor-
Sheriff R. F. I
March 1th last: has come. !
Bowden received it from Governor their width of the way through the tev of Isaiah Cooper fame, defendedhim. FIRE

sweeping; waters which in places extended and the prosecution was delayed
H> oclock hand -
and at
Broward today. \ tJoTITCS'ILLE
Depute: Sheriff Nolan repaired to over the entire width of the tv.o"Yl'ars b} the wife of Sellais entering Insurance! // of all Kinds

street This was particular! theca a plea of guilty to the theft she
the count jail and tb"re the sheriffin
!:'e in front of tie Convent of :MercvPensacola doing this after the two years statute
a cell, real the warrant u> TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI -- FLORJI3SpQfld
News. o: limitations had expired and no sentence -
ed man. who at the conclusion of the
could be imposed her, in
readin sai,1.I am. *.r. prepared to The cargo of the collier Lebanon, upon represent some of the leading

die."- a'lion"il :Me'ropolis. I which consists of about IS\I tons of order to befriend her hIJ'banll.- companies of the world and any a Pleasant
tective M. L. Depew. of this city, work-
business entrusted will
coal was discovered on fire yesterday to me receive -
Mr. William Reuse" one do reentl ea up this case, rtcovering much of prompt andcareful attention r alfHour
morning as the vessel: was moored
< >, had a lively encounter with a rte stolen money and brought a pow < l
at the navy yard docks, and throughout t
ten-foot alll atorHe found the saurian
erfui of evidentagainst
the entire day the crew of the vessel -
lying asleep on the bank of a tide the BOBBINS
benefited from
man who has cemehcy -
in unloading the
was engaged coatin
< reek in the eastern part of town and of the pardoning l>oard.-Tampa 'I
order to leach the fire. Lat in
;oftl '. dealt him a blow on GRAHAM ll
dipping up : News.
the afternoon according to pirties Evening; ( tcf
the head with a boat oir Fortunately.tenses "-
who reached the city last niht from The tnd-suckt dredge. \\ thlacoo- co..
close to the
standing very
was the yard, the workmen lound the blaze chee," reached the river Saturday in i
Mde of the 'gator a fact that preventedthe (Incorporated Paid Capital $25.000.(0'1,
and were engaged; in txtm;uishmg tow of the tuslarionoo: and 'LeeKlmbaiL' I l
later from giving full force to 1
however it when the parties came to the cit}.- Coast Pilots John Pine Thi COIIITMIIown- lands ....... .*_ *. HEART BOSCH COM.
of its tail As it was
wing Pensacola Journal. and F. .\. Boghich wear in charge of in the Indian Hirer Country PAIN WALL PAPER Mxpl U jo-r >
the astonished reptile swung bib tail ,on the M. Lncie liver, own fcOCBC-.>itbn? comfortably is ymtrMTehAir i
usual manner, striking his assailant i In a small house on Clematis avenue the trip as pilots who knew the roa*t. at-\ew:; River and on Bis-i Tog make a better.*I tit D ,
in the "Withlacoochte" the property that way than by ransacking tae store 1
The B.IV.
and sending him west: of the railroad, what may proveto carne .. I
on the legs Y .. lb wko! lift --th very lale et
bush be a serious crime was committedThursdav of the Home Dredgins Company, the 4 iCM-th. luvcliect bAte and nchvstcolor
headlong into the palmetto PRICES TO sriT TilE TDUS.:
all- night. In a drunken row. A successful: bidders for the harbor work.! effect, including imported ctMmi..
near by. Mr Reuses landed on send for Und listOFFICE Everything food ua wU riper. n *.
fours in which position he scooted :.oung man named Peter F McDonaldwas the contract calls for <,n. expenditure such hn* ,.

seriously and possibly fatal stabbed of $SV'W. Capt. Turtle and Assistant IT H', coDomr. te*-you cat the hwese
until exhausted -
through the palmettoes : N.w York-Clucaao r-nc-. i
then he lay still and waited by another young; man. Guy :Me Engineer French. w-re here during TITUSULLE MIAMI Will cmU with Beech Samplest p
and &ny hour you Mine. Look ,
Particulars of the affair the week and staked out the channelto -- -- ,
and listened for the 'gator, whom he Cune. are them over to your b *rt' eoot 0
But the ani being kept quiet until after the hearing be dredged by the Withlacooche MOTH'PAPERA nt not,the lead oUitation to
expected to trail him up. HANDY buy It' our war of tjvarUrf -
which is being deferred until it canto and dlging is now under way. A jett .. \ Lrsk Will PaV.'V.ELDRED. 1 1oM

disappeared. : found whether :McDonald will die of piling will be sunk on the East side moth
big 'gator on its native Officer Barfield arrestel :McCune and of the "cut" as an aid in keeping the I under carpets or in the fold of fur and cloth
interview with a ing it drives away tuwthand worry Twelve
heath, and the way he relates he is now in the city jail awaiting to be 11 foot channel open and permanent shells in a packet carnage prepaid 10 ceuU. J

it very laughabU.- what may prove to be on examination These piling will begin; at the Six packets 511 cents i ir druggist the stormakes Madigan Powder Work,election H46
Punta Gorda Herald. ... .. on a charge of murder.-Tropi'a1 Sun mouth of the Apalachicola river and ClerksIlle, lows TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAt.



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G. Lamb state veterinarian and a lec-

turer at the Agricultural college; veterinary MAKE THIS ACCORDINGTO

1- Denver school farriers, will will assist.take an Prominent interestand THE DIRECTIONSPrepare I POLITICALChicago I BEST FOR

will assist with lecture and dem- Rejects New Charter.By BOWELSIf

onstrations. Since the announcement
' 1f Horseshoeing to Be Taught at the new course other agricultural; colleges it at Home By Shaking Ingredients a majority of slightly over t .ollo Ton i.Tn't a regular,healthy movement >'the
in a lIl1t"> the city of Chicago rejected bowels every dar jou'ro Ui or will be. Keep your
, $It Fort Collins Colo. are taking notice and Dean Carlyle I V>weU open.and be well Force In the shape ot
Well in a Bottle the new charter authorized by violent physic or pill ,>ion. U dancerou The
b1t.. I is flooded with letters asking for
; perfect of keeping
the last legislature. This charter smoothest,cutest most war
particulars.In What will this bow dE clew and clean U to take
appear very interesting to vided for a change in the w (. pr'1

f #; MANY APPROVE OF THE PLAN. the Southern Swamp. many people here i is the article that i is taxation doing away with a CANDYCATHARTIC

taken from a New York daily paper ;giv-
different l dies and the
] said theeanebreak
when the president comes. ]112: a simple prescription, as! formulated

lie:tr. "we'll play .1.a L""Ihin by a noted authority, who claims that [tower of tax levies in the city council
Union Horseshoers of Denver Will Ins
t try It; said the wildcat. "He's Ill' has found< a positive remedy to cure The opposition was due mainly to the

dorse It In Every Way Possible.! down on the nature fakirs and hell almost any case of backache or kidney or clause gixing the taxing b dies power

New Department to Se Part of the .."InOU aMvef-.Atlanta Constitution ladder derangement, in the following; to levy on projHTiy as high as 7 per

Course at the State Agricultural' 1 Ample prescription, if taken before the rent of the as. es ed valuation. I

FATHER VAUGi.A; tage of bright disease: I s
College. DREAM. Fluid extract uandelion. one-half ounce; Favors New Constitution. |

1 Colorado is to inaugurate a new compound kargon, one ounce; compound Pn- Prelate Tells of Ticket
school of applied science, that of farriery to Heaven syrup of irsaparila: tllft....oum"\' :Shake rniversity of Illinois in his address on Pleasant Palatable. Potent Taste Good Do
t.' That Was Not Trsnsfsrablc. well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful Illinois daat the Jamestown I'XfHisi- Good. Never Si< >n Weaken or Gripe 10 2a and.

or horseshoeing; says a lK nverdispatch Speaking; the other evening before a loses after each meal and again at beds thou frankly ndvocntcd the creation of BO let cent on health., p*rbvJ Address:. Write forfrec.ample. and b"m"it

to the New York Herald. .\ large' and fashionable! audien t> jit the ime.i a hew federal constitution. lie held Sterling Remedy Company. Chicago or New Tort. .

1' bulletin is out announcing the o|>eu'u;; ... A well-known druggist) here at home
Mansion lIuu Dublin. Ireland Fatiier when asked this that it was highly demoralizing for the KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN

p, -r of the first: term in this new course at Vaughan the British prelate and stated that the regarding ingredients are prescription all harmless .\m rkm eople to do as they plens il

t -: Fort Collins on Nov. 1. It I Is to be a brother of the late cardinal, who has and I Ian be obtained at a small cost without reanl to anything but their j

five month Course leading to a certifi been preaching on the "sins of society"n from any good prescription pharmacy, or own views of expediency and then t SURRENDER OF CORNWALLIS.Historical .

cate. K. II. Irubb of Carbotulale. awl the mixture would lie put up if asked to : maintain that all these things are in I
London, said: loins the round of
< member of the state board of agriculture do so. He further stated that while this harmony with certain professed principles Event to Ce Commemoratedat

L and an old blacksmith and furrier. the clubs In London was the story thata prescription is often prescribed in rheu- of the law and the constitution. Jamestown Lxpcaitlon.

Is* responsible for this uew department certain noted gambler died and found matic atlliClions with splendid results?, he il'.1 thought the time had come whoa York'own day will lie celebrated at

himself by some good luck in heaven could see no reason why it would not bea
- lie will have the backing problems of sn.-h cuniplexlty and magnitude the Jamestown exjnoition c ,,:t. 19. '
ieing out of place there he asked splendid remedy for kidney and urinary
union of lH confront that
of the llorseshoers nver. us they cannot besolved
s leave to go down to his own quarters, troubles and backache as it has a pecuf- This will be one of the last historicaldays I
tnd the indication are that the new without a large cooperation of
t and there he gambled his returntlckt't. ar action upon the kidney structure. the ceremonies of which have attracted -
course will be exceedingly popular. away cleansing thtse most the fl"l..ntJt>rnw..nt, such that it

I Mr. Grubb has been consulting with the lady cheat who won it get- and helping them to sift important and tiller organs from cannot Iv extended within the limit lIch wide attention Representatives -
of the original thirteen
> Koady Kenehan. secretary of the International ting thereby. heaven. the blood the foul acids and waste matter of the constitution.
Father Vaughan said that he. too. which Mate will meet in the AuditorioBiand
Journeyman .lorseshoers'association. cause sickness and suffering. Those f
Roosevelt's Cocktail Bulletin.
All are exceedingly enthusiastic lad had a dream about the subject, of our readers! who suffer can make no after thv formal ceremonies of the

4 the and says the Westminster Gazette. As he mistake in giving it a trial. President Roosevelt has caused the day will organize a new society, which
; over new course
It. lay awake In Dublin on a recent night issuance of a bulletin in reference to will he l known us the Society of the
predict great things
he fancied be saw in one of the outer the charge that the Fairbanks cocktail Descendants of the Signers of the Declaration
horses foot is the
"The most important FOOTBALL IN BLOOMERS.
was really ordered by Roosevelt or of Independence.Senator .
of heaven
courts the well known Lon t
of the animal said Mr.
part don L >eb and not by the vie president.The p. C. Knox of Pennsylvaniaand
gambler referred to pacing to and
x Grubb. "The care of that foot I is highly f his and Bare Feet In
fro in Sport Dabbling official decl'.iratiou as made publicby Senator John W. Daniel of Virginia -
search of a pal but none such ,
and the blacksmith who
important, came. At last being able to stand Dew For Girls' School. Loeb Is as follows: "The statementIs ; will |h. among the orators of theoccasion.

hoes the horse has it in his power to the The: girls out at the: l'oll'g"or Women : too at>s ird to I IK? given any credence. The idea of banding together
lonely no longer he wentto
either ruin the horse or make !It a at the Western Reserve university Neither the president his
nor secretary
In a society the descendant of the
St Peter at the golden gate :and
,'aluahlt.and long service animal. It It at Cleveland. O., are going to play either directly or indirectly ordered signers I of the Declaration originate
confessing that was by cheating\ that
C Is necessary that the farrier know football In bloomers and also dabblein anything of the kind stt the lunch in with William Shields MeKoau. temporary -
he had
he fora
passed through, begged
what he is about when he attempts to the dewy grass! In their bare feet, question: or at any other lunh whereth president of the PI"t'IMSt't1 or-
pas-out ticket to see how his old
nail shoe to the horse's foot He : I
a Cleveland (O. special dispatchto were guests.
friends were doing down below. There says ( y ganization. Mr. M 'Kem bat made a
must IK familiar with the anatomy of
the Philadelphia Press. The only Parker tour of the thirteen states and has
it* found an enormous crowd of well Against Federal Control. : succeeded
the horse's foot and have a general drawback I Is that Miss E. (J. May the
In \ numberof
interesting a large
known Former JIlI1t"n n.
betting men and women in a Parker ofNew
knov. ledge of the anatomy of the au-
new physical director Is having handwork
eligible members. :Xo effort will be
low and suffocating room, all being : York in hlsl address on onstitu--
Imal. As far as I know we hare no
to find an obscure field whereinthe
forced Mon It the Jamestown made according tt) thpresent arrangement
to 1'1:1.hrhle with no stakes day exposition
school in America where this U taught
under her charge may In-
veterinarian tad hi dead silence.! For some time he strongly "I'IMOS.I the efforts on foot to of the programme to organize
; to anut dulg free from the stares of the In-
.vatei.'tl! at the various tables the facesof v the powers of the fl'l1 ralIt"n'rument. state societies. One national society
"We propose to make it a part of our juisitlve boys of Adelbert college, the .
will U* maintained with ba l tine pla! ; c-rs. in which rage, despair .
at the Agricultural college, with
l course law and library school of the university probably Washington.. The bylaw
sal hatred \\ el"tdl'pidt>l1 la feaIrl' -
the idea that we will enable our farmers .; e\ery which are neighbors to the ;girls Democrats Sweep Oklahoma. will provide for the observaii'-e of all

and stockmen to understand how school. Incomplete returns from the electionin
of the Itevolotlonary
holidays growing out -
the horse's foot should be shod and At l-ngii th" passion to play awoke Miss May doesn't call the sort foot Oklahoma indicated the election of war and also for the

i cared for, and those who desire to embark once more in him. He drew forth his ball. It's English hockey with her. Charles N. Haskell. the Democratic proper
decorations of the battlefield and thegraven
return tcet! to beaten. he played and
t' piofessionally in the business can Cut eleven girls play oil each team candidate for governor; by a majority ; of patriot heroes.
:ht !ost. The return ti'kl't:114
secured -
here gain the foundation which, wllnpractical noted there are running and line bucking and of close to 40.IVO. Four of the five For a long time It has l>een the contention -
by a amt fashionable society
exj erlence, will enable themto all tbe features of football without any congressmen elected are also lemocrats. of many members of the exIsting
woman who was known to lie a continued
do scientific work. of those usually found in the game of ai cheat. She dashed with the release -
The will be Terl'ractku1..
course bloomers both branches of the state !
bl'key.Ull they'll wear legislaturewill ; a disposition! to slight the acts performed -
k We have but few textbooks, and the ticket from the ;gambling saloon
she says with all the firmness her be large. The De".msUtuUou
by ottWra In favor of Ute
f making for the iron gute*. There she
students will be taught by lectures and
eleven years charge: of th"as... ar was approved by at overwhelming: ; majority more spectacular ,If'f'tloLlt by the J
was met by Satan, who, after congratulating
practical demonstrations in the shop. "
JIU" has given her. estimated at 12o.;tM'. and the army and navy.1 the Philadelphia
The construction and anatomy of the her on her luck sainted to tbe
prohiMtiou. muwkreet wa triuruplMHit cnttyse of the tons of the American
words "Not transft"rllbi.he
foot will be and students screamed -
explained by a majority of from COM**) to .40O). Revolution held in ski) It remained
and tore to shreds the ticket when
will Itt taught how to make shoes and Quinsy Sprains and Swellings Cured
the devil led her To Lead Jersey Democrats. for a delegate from the District of Columbia -
.. fit them. I believe that the course will beck to the tables toresume
her everlasting play. "See "In November, 1K01) I caught: cold and Frank::. Katz nhu'-h. twl- to i>oint out that tbe grave of
practical and sure to become pop- eelecteil
had the : throat swollenso
quinsy. My was
ular with our students." he exclaimed, "these letters of fire, I could hardly breathe. I applied mayor -.f Trenton. oeromiu John Morton a delegate to tbe Continental

t "The union borseshoers of Denver All hope abandon ye who enter here.: Chamberlain's Pain Balm and i it gave me a normal Republican majority was congress; and one wh.j gave

I will indorse the new plan in every relief in a short time. In two days I was chosen by the New Jersey Democratic the casting; vote of Pennsylvania for

t way iKtssible." said Itoady Kenehau."Denver JOHN USDEFENSFOF JOHN D all right !says Mrs I,. Cousins Otterburn. onventlon as the party's canCidate for the Declaration of Independence, was

i horseshoers are the best and :Mich. Chamberlain's Pain Balm is a governor, President Wilson of Princeton neglected aDd unmarked

most scientific workers In the trade In Fighter Says .OilMan' Money Should liniment and i is t"11t't'iallvaluabl." ... for having refused to allow his name

Not Him Criticism. sprains and swellings.: For sale by Banner to go before this convention."Pneumonia's .
the world, and they became so by educating Bring BATH POOLS IN SCHOOLS.
t Drug :Store and Tittisville Pharmacv.
l themselves the very things John L. Sullivan arrived at Pittsburgthe : -
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that are proposed in the Dew course at other day and In the afternoon Deadly Work Washington Official Would Have

Fort C.lIinsVt> conduct our own hunted up his friend, John :Newell. Decorating: Rudyard Kipling. In the Curriculum.
bad seriously affected right lung, Swimming
my ;
f RuJ -ard Xl >linc. it is sill will the
m school' in equine anatomy everyln- Newell is a brother-in-law of the late { Mil
Mr Fannie Knral
Nobel litcr.iry prize.-Prvss Dispatch.] writes ?. Connor of Swimming .i [ ter, and I am ready to wager that we Dan O'Day and like the latter, has Route 1 Georgetown, Tcnn.. "that I
""'hat are the author sn....rln' for?" luui of the public schools in Wul blug-
i hate farriers in iK-uver who cannot made a few millions out of oil and and
says a still i Ihtnkwvrtn on farad. Diuglied continuously night day ton is -omujended by henry B. I.a
Le excelled in in the world. Pittsburg to the New the neighbors' prediction-consumeion---
any city special dispatch "To call him d.iNn. to rail him down. via inspector of piuiublng of the dill

That is saying; a good deal, but I know York Times. It was only natural that the nature fakir said."What -eeined I inevitable, until mv bii.-l>and tract in bis annual
makes Hall fain so blooming brought home a l Joule of Dr. King's :NewDiMtiverv. report slays tile
} what I am talking; aliout It Is astonishing .he conversation should drift to the !
mad T' said Hookworm on farad- I which in ease piovedtobe l Washington lI HI1\"ia Mfg
; bow little horsemen know about Standard investigation and tainted "(I.'s freftln' Vause li.. lost the prize." my the
i the only real cough cure and restorer lit gosh; |providing of pool lades in
the care of the feet of their animals. I iiouey."These. the nature fakir said.
sraik, sore lungWhen all other remedies the I'll hllb"I:>\, which might serveas
Most of them seem to think that anyone peotite! who are uiakin' all "For they'r** giving U to Kipling, and the
crowd, is slirkkin. 'Nit! utterly fail, you may still win in the fret; atlilioue>' when Dot In use by
4 can nail on a shoe and that is all this bark about tainted give me
f money battle against throat and 1 lung troubles: the
And ii-rk> and his fellow Slavs: dun t like public autbi-rifies.

there is to it. More horses are ruined Tamps." declared the former cham the OVal a bit, with New' I'iscovery, time real cure. Guaranteed "If \\ tnalllin;; had been wade
+ l>y pour shoeing than in any other pion. "In my wind there ain't no \nd IVrnnrd Shaw has sneak>tl away t<> bv the Hann-T !hug; :Store and Ti- in our schools souie

j. way.: That i is a strong statement but :stub: thing; as tainted i money. Lye throw a little fit. tnsville: Pharmacy.. ; \;. and :*1.00.. Triallaeitle ." time .... yearsago.
says: 'Mtrr.
While they're decor.uin' Kudyard In themomin' "tfaeomuiuuity
E .1! it Is true. bundled a grid deal of it in my day. ." free.DOWN Aoi.lil: proUibiy hate been siMnail the

; "A few of us in Denver had been and it all teaks alike to me. I could --- -- eriof dmstressht'
fatal i-kleuts iiil'e
trying to have some re tr1etioui'I'lat"t'l never tell the difference." "'\'h..1 makes I,i< k Davis turn so pile'!" ON 'SISSY" RELIGION ; "
riser .
still >Utokw<>rri on i farad. during I"' i past few y. ars.
UJKIII unscientific farriers In Colorado. > seer made a squeal on "
"A j"al'Fts twintie. a jealous twinge. the Mr Doris urges the esUbUshmnrs.
We had a law passed providing for aboard takiif my money l'eean.e it was tainted natur.fakir said.
"" .: Bishop Candler Says He Doesn't Blame! \ .isliiiigt.Mi; of public baths to I'Jf1J t tirr la

t- of examiners and preventing any and I think the coin handed out "And what" s.iid m.ikt'9 Doctor Twain BOslum" then For Staying Away."A thisutire year. Thew. he ",I.. "
Bookworm faraJ
blacksmith from practicing farriery l It- John D. i is just its coil: a< that on .
"It ain't no Joke to him. I tSSIhe b"'J' religion delivered by a a i\i i.' iKysity, as is shown i.vtli
unless qualified. That law is a dead Laixleil. out by John I., and would buy
nature fakir said.
f v;i"s y' prt-achrr is driving men from t.i'-i That iiru-flaly! erers !large
because the horsemen of the is ineal ticket for the missionaries "For the Ink and
;: l letter many IM.ts are a-hissins.; thels the hura.." said 1:1h.Irn'n I'au- "it\ in < ;,>rininy. Englsnd.! s" 1I.f.'r

tate will not assist us. They regardit as though it never knew the -ps are wratchlnK hantAnd of laud l amid l .
th.- typewriter, are a-thfimpin without Her the Meh *list Kpis .q'il 'hun'h Au>trii haon., -r w.'re

'! as an attempt to form a horseshoe strut of I.t'r''M.ue. fay or r"s.:: ,r.l. :South in an address to the tlioiiist lint lh". -..ru4. nrH. \.'n'ir: :ar;.:;.- to m.
I trust. As a result they continue ruining John DI has got stunt of these tightwads And th Tl be bricks thrown. I'm think. .
prvsi'-hers of Atiauta. says a sj.ieci.1.di "'ssiiIIi'li'e; I 'Jin; [ .-r- -it--. al 'I'- ti-iu-
their horses with cheap blacksmithing Ix-at to a fr3/.7.l'. aud it isn't' In'. fr nn each author mans ,.-.tCAlr.j
>patch 10 the :New Y, rk Times.
f"' P and Imagine that they aresaving fair to keep him on the pan all the }-:
Wh"n they're dPN'ratln' Hudyard In the "No: uoihler tbe IIHMI elm)t g<> t<>

money. The proposed course time. mornln 7 chtir-'h." continued the biKhoi! *. "" hen

at Fort Collins is a step in the right -t\-nv.T Il. jWlcan.
fond listen !lot fsbsy"
to to
-. they are It -> BERLA
direction. It will enable a few horsemen 11 HAM !
J HOUSE FIXTURES OF GOLD. -- talk. 'pie'rs is tot much of this JN'S

-r : :it least to understand the netest. How to Cure a Cold eiTeniiiuite rvItgioQ.

.. >ity of practical and scientific farriery. Novel Feature of Palatial ...
gesidenc "I bate ftii tbo.uht.'h:11 .1.! >
Thequw-tionof how tociireaoi>! l ilb-
E-: I Such n movement should have the ac Being Built For Millionaire.A. <::> ,.0
ant tiniieiv.-.siry loss of time Iq unto in thr avenite: man think of this fffun ...... .
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f. live support of e\ery horseman amsvery H. Myers, a lioldneld! milllonnlreU \\ liicli we' are all more or Irs-j intprtteil, nate religion and dainty lulal.s'! | I '_ T./

f humane man in the country. i having a l':tlaUa! home hunt on the for the quicker a cold i is gotten rid of the don't mind telling you what I oftn d i"

k I ; :Secretary: Wilson of the departmentof bluff opi oMte Rubspark' at IougUeacU. ; less I the danger of |..ntulllnllia11,1 others \\\l"-n I g" te .1hur,-h like that. I g<>; DIARRHOEA

i- agriculture when in Denver a few Cal.. and will hate ail the bard .erion .Ji..a"l's Mr. I I.V.. I. 1111. olWaverly. Into some i'omfoTtahklbl'oe al..1! :go txle '> <

I Informed regarding the Va.. bas used! Chamberlain'*m
r weeks ago was ware UMH! on the dour and windows *p. U'bea ft man trifles with religli !i

new departure at Fort Collins and quadruple plated with gold from his CnuzhItInh': for years and says "I 1 it' Jl1It1 io. Cut ':': R.. 'f\A T''V
t n > u J:> thing to you ..
firmly believcChatnberlain'sCough leme !
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the his heartiest approval"It -.
i gave plan own mines, says a Long; Reach correFI Iy to lie absolutely tbe )lies? |\r.. Mr"tion mu tn't snore."There .
bate have been need
is just \\ {lontt.U.If the San t'rI1I"10"hrou- on the market for colds I hats recornnieniled mn>t lie virility in rHigi.m' If f..w 1''s.-.f'i. r. .-dwill!

tug:' said ban If you can turn out irle. He estimates that the noveltywill it to my friends amid lacy all Iw in>n :tr" to le h..ld l vtislxbt! ,'itrraim 1 .imaly k irtttA of

s*)uie educated farriers the Cnitetl rest him $"i.i.n.iu. agree with 111...." For site bv Bannerlrug .li.nrhll'a

States government will be glad to engage There i K only one other house in : More and I Titaaville Pharmacy.CASTORIA. Plan to PaD bt on Church Organ. It ciii always W 'lej.It-n.t-II IIJ"'O.

them all at good salaries, for the southern California even in the
e iuippe
loss of hordes because of poor shoeing .r knobs, hinges and latches nail cramp colic an-1 cholera lJ1orbu
Monai! hurch has Hd'itt a novel plan
a most serious item In the It is equally SUT .frf.fu| for ..
Is becoming that is th* Duraud res'den-'e' in Pasa- gmuu, ,
I., pay off tbe debt ou the organ Theyare dhrrho and )
/ cavalry service and In other,; dena. infantum in
asking nwntteers of the eot.regation chil. r..n, and i'4 the
of the that use horses. For Infants and Children. means of saving
government intends
Myers making his house the
to help them encircle the church: the lives of many children each

The new course will be under the most beautiful in Long Beach. Tin The Kind You Hays Always Bought property:: with two rows of jenules. When reiln.vd with w&tt'r.and year

direction of Professor Lawrence "t grounds are to be laid out In a unique The distance Is l.jUO: feet and wbeu i!I sweet -nHl it is plea-nnt to take

the medical department at the college manner the bluff terraced and a i Every man of a family
retaining Bears theSignattue the ".hin U fulfilled the necessary shrmld keep

and Dr. George II. Glover, professor wall built, the total cost reachIng of : I 42.V.t! will have 1 *D raised ji I I this remedy in his home. Bar it now-

(. of veterinary science, and Dr. Charles : $130.000. .u PRICE; 25(;. LAnGE: siu;. 5uc": \.

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: -, """"." -- For Infants and Children.

s ''Cj5.t Rll The Kind You Have

f : 4 1IIIJli.J IJiii1D p y : ;t! ; Always Bought

\ gefable Preparation for Assimilating I .

I religions had a penalty enforcing its' fteToodandReguldhng t

I RELIGIOUS !! | commandments by exclusion; but, on. I FOREIGNRussian I the Stomachs andBowels of Bears the l
:. i i the contrary, they regarded it as a | nt
,. primary duty to try to improve their i e ,
Test of Church Cordiality. I j' Rebels Condemned.The .
evildoers She thought the Theo: Mbs Laura .\. Smith tell in the l.a-I society would not wish to copy the \ trial of the leaden concerned in -.- Signature it

dies' Home Journal of her experience example of those church which employ the attempt to establish a Lettish republic Promotes D esKonCheerful- ."

-r in making a series of visits to different hereby trials and excoinrnunicaions. on the Baltic in 1104 has resulted ness andRestContains neither of
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churches in the larger titles with the Such a code would be the denial in the ntt'Ilt.or death being Opuui.Morphine nor Mineral.

object of testing "the welcome given of brotherhood. The society voted Inil$ sed upon t\\"nt.r-two and of long ItOTNARCOTIC.J&rte: .

.t a stranger, In the average church to see to sustain her i'o'itiou. imprisonment upon eighteen.Will ... Iia'OltlIrS.4Ml7J.PmIlLIl

what was meant bj the invitation In illustrating her point of view in Not Revive Guillotine.The .:

Strangers cordially welcome.'' Miss one of her talks Mrs.! Itesant used the masses of Paris and other

... Smith says that she dressed In wry personality of John I>, Rockefeller as I' French cities have been greatly In- Ilse J'sd-
plain clothes and by both dress and an example saying that In his next '
reused over the refusal of President A..A.ll-
manner tried to typify the average Incarnation he would probably reap- Fallieres to cause the execution of In I 4'

young woman who, a stranger in the I+ear as a hUhl\: developed and ir'ected :boleillant: whose atrocious murder of ,d.. j
city, seeks a church affiliation In
Individual fact almost an
a girl twelve years old had horrified
only two churches of Nework and angel She explained that he would the entire l.ountryand brought forth If'/ed.

Brooklyn did the pastors voluntarilyseek probably retain all of his capacity for many petitions for the revival of the
her out and speak to her In one Remedy for ConsGpation. -
loins things and slough off' the baser guill.tlne.'I.. Kalheres commuted the Aperfecf
other the pastor was brought to her, mothand alms actuating his present .Sour Stonach.Diarrhoea,
sentence of death to life Imprisonment,
while in the churches thirteen membei Wonns.Convulsions.Feverish-
career j as a bill to alolish! capital punishment! For OverThirty
> had spoken to her, and In thirty. I cess and LOSS OF StEEl
Is a part of the go\ernment8 platformand
two she had leeu Ignored" absolutely, -
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has been introduced in
c iUl already
in all thirty-set churches having I Tac Simile Signature of
the chamber of deputies
been visited.: lu Boston she attended Years t '

tWllty-four churches and of these An Electric Anaesthetic. ----- NEW YORK. is

one pastor spoke to her, while in four The discovery of a method of cans I Doing Business Again

four nu'wliers, two U-iug ushers, passed in;.: sleep b.v e'ectrkit.v! !j.s credited to "When my friends thought I was aboutto '
a friendly word, while in the other Professor edue of FrIIlI'ill current take leave of this world, on account of i

Jt nineteen "not a word from any one." able advices, and experiments along I indirection, nervousness and general debility CASTORIATypewriters
writes \. A. Chtshnlm 'Treads
From the Inhospitable east she turned the line have
same already been made
well, N. Y., "ami when it looked as if :
her steps westward, where the resultsof b.v Professor Scripture of Yale Professor there was no hope left, I was persuadedto tXACT COPYPF'WRAPPIa. Iw

her imitations remain to be recorded educ finds that a current of try Electric Bitter, and I rejoice to Tilt Cll.......[OI......... .IEW'0..con, 1 '
thlrtj-five volts sent intermittently I say that they are curing me 1 am now a
Set'ralt>w York and Boston minis through two electrodes applied to the doing bu-inesfe again as of old, and am

ters interviewed upon the question' kull will induce a thoroughly healthful I still gaming daily" lest tonic medicineon

raised by Miss Smith's test hold thatit sleep. While the patient sleeps under earth. Guaranteed bv Banner Drug
Is generally regarded as beyond tore and Titusville Piiarmacy oOc.
now this influence the most difficult and

the true courtesy of the church to force painful surgical operations may be

attentions upon visitors, such as hand. performed, and the mind seems to For Over Sixty Years

(shaking and questioning One says work more dearly and rapidly as an I i :Mrs Winslows' Soothing Syrup has
that because Ilt'l1'onallnquirles are not after effect The particular advau been used for over sixty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teething -
made or attentions paid is in no sense tage of this new anaesthetic is the doing -
with perfect success. It soothes the 1
t a contradiction of the invitation to way with all drugs and in being
child, softens the gums allays all pain,
fltrang rnotber says that normal able to induce restful sleep for patients cures wind colic, and is the beet remedyfor

, persons go to church not for sociability buffering from nervous exhaustion! I diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor

j but for spiritual edification, communion where the administering of drugs I lit lie 'ufferer immediately Sold bv druggists -
and exaltation: hence they ap would be dangerous. in every part of the world. Twentyfive Agents for the Celebrated

predate the gentle courtesy of being cents a bottle. Be flute and ask for
k let alone in their quest Machines For Detecting Liars "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,"and
Professor Hugo Munsterberg of liar. tikeioo!h"r kind Guaranteed under
Pop. Pius Bans Modernism. vard university has invented several the food and drugs act, June ;JUth) HIl"\tj. FAYSHOLESTypewriter f
1" A new encyclical Issued by Pope machines the purpose of which is to Serial number IO'J8.

Pius X makes A sweeping condemnation record the emotions and reveal the secrets ---- -- -- -

of all the so called heresies of the of the human mind. One scientist ,
present time, which he has grouped under rails them truth compelling ma- _

, the term "modernism" In taking thine and another "machines to cure I

.T this attitude the pope asserts that he liars." It is said that one of these machines I'I''I and Maine Wreck.

is but following in the footsteps of his was employed Through the slight error of a single

predecessor Leo bj Professor I letter In a train (order express and

.. XIII. The doce Munster I freight trains collided on the Boston

ment examines the t -. ;;< berg In his re a and Maine near West Canaan N. II, ,000 now used in Florida '

different aspects of t as; "' x tent test! of liar I Sept. 15, just before daylight, causingthe

modernism in phlfj r\ Orchard, the death of twenty five passengers

losophy,religion i ,histfi,: I chief witness for and the Injury of twenty-seven.
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tory, criticism and ":=;';./1. the prosecution l' Japanese Warship Disaster.
the various social i in the Hay wood
Fin officers and t\\enty-two men
reforms known as y Q, '. trial. This InI i
were killed '.u the Japanese warship
I strumeut is
radicalism: contending [ Kasliima! bv an explosion In the ten tfi
that in all theserespects known as theautouiautograph
inch shield after target pruticc
the effect Pope Pius x : ,
I Sept 17Admiral_
would l-e toward the destruction of I It consists mere1y "1.
lo nia" and of the church of a wooden \ t Walker Dead.
i Modernism is further 'hierarcb\'i sling susi+endetl\ \\ \ ,F ; Heir Admiral John Calker, U, S.

unlimited curiosity, presuwption4 mcU- I from the ceiling 1. \, ,ilitl;J\\R \ .\.. rc.'tire'l dial at his bouie at \orkBeach

i idualism, ignorance and disrespect of i I upon which rests Me. Sept 11.. aged !"e\entv-two,

real l'atholtodeD'e\ and di ipllne," the arm of the Professor Munster- ; Sir Thomas to Try Again.

VII bishops are enjoined to see that the I j Ilt'rsolllt'ing ex burg. I jauiineJ Sir Thomas Lipton wh has made

.1 clergy and the laity be turned from i \ i-encil is grasped lightly in I several futile attempts to capture the

this line of thought and are ordered to the fillers, the |>omt of the pencil justreaching AIlIt."ric'a'f'UII.. has Issued a chal.en: : :
of in I a smooth sheet of piper Second-Hand Typewriters
establish college censors every
a for another rate next summer, and it
.. which records the involuntary writ- I j
11 diocese to reuse: Catholic lIUltlkatiOn's\\ is mtimutc-d thut Fife, the marine ar-
tugs of the suspect! It has been leanI !- J
and rigidly to proscribe <"hitv<'t, I N already at work oa the imwl
_1 able books, newspapers c>r pamphlets j that the arm muscles and finger j cl <>f sliiuirock I\"_, the ntuie of the ALL MAKES ALL PRICES
muscle! thus used constantly twitch i,
Notwithstanding this general prohlbition. ,, \: 'ht with which the corning contest ,
the poi-e's letter endeavors under the stress of any passing emo-I will I I- made
: to distinguish between modernistic! tion. Tests upon different |*'r Term, ?o Suit
which' have disclosed the fact that the same I Crash on Mexican Central.
I thought and the modern studies
general outline is made b\ any Il\'rs..u j It Is reportc-d from the City of )!exit -
to the church
are not in vppoMtfcMi
the ..f the t'w..tiuu. i tint kilc-! in1twkv Specialty
under stress same thirty |'crms were Typewriter Repairing a
lIe foresees that the adversaries of the I
Vuotber instrument more delicate in I as uian\ injured about IJn miles
church will represent it as the euem.vof :
; (construction called the pueumograi; 'h, : north of that citIn the wreck of ipivM'iiCfr
science and progress To this:
: records the normal breathing aud any ;, and freight train on the
the we will relll11, our ;
rays ope ( variation in breithiu. Paused bv an lexI'1l11'utr:11 rulroul. It i.. said RIBBONSV
actions," and he giHs on to say that |
J emotional simgestu.u, The reeoidiu. I that the cv.iislou wa-s, due to tbe disoUditncc
the most illustrious representatives of
I Is! done electrically and in another ot to Non-Filling
Catholic be knee will be grouped together guarantee our
I room far removed from the sus|e<.t. ensinc-cr of the freight
with the object of favoring and
1'The effect emotional stress upon the Durable
of everything
helpingthe progress
rate of breathing io a matter of eom
that can be called true science or enidl won kn.'wledg.l : ', vti!1 another device AN OLD ADAGE
75 each $7.00 dozen. For luach-
The encyclical alstorders the cents or per any
tion. called! the pnutgr:iph, l< attached
dismissal from svunuancs and Catholic to the wrist and record the action of SAYS --.
universities of all teachers! who |,rofes inc Any color. :
the heart liats It i> said to lltbe b curse"
"A light a heavy
tbvonelu the European -
uiodeniistic I I surest of a1.: as the heart is the most \
diM.usiou Sickness makes a light purse.
there is: some I I
. press sensitive and the least influenced bv
as to whether this encyclical is aimed the will. The LIVER is the seat of nine CARBON PAPER

more than auotber --- ---
at one country tenths of all disease.
Some say it is directed against! France I i i Lest We Our Carbon Paper is the Be t. Sl.65 to $4.0Ujpcr

and ethers! against the United Mates: forjet-babv i* restless. can't *:ivvi at t
but it Is by n' means certain that the i i| night won"i eat cries:. sp.i-mcKlita, :ly .Vi box, 100 sheets to the box.

t"'i.e hid mj particular nation in i bottle of \\ lnU;':s Cream \ enniftui' never Tutt'sPillsgo

nuud I fuls to cure Every: mother houid ...i\e Can furnish any size, any color. )
Moral Code. I her baby White'8 Cream ermilnge S.Q
Mrs Besant ; many times when the baby is pave: and
before the tweutj the root of the whole matter
In her address hat
fretful, the mother does not know
first annual couvention of the .\merlan to dbtUle of tins 1llt.11Ilt' wou'dbrinii thoroughly quickly safely

section of the Iheos-cvhaai xje' I color: to his cheek and 1 vijhter to and restore the action of the R. C. DAVIS & CO.

ty at l'bkag'Irs.. Annie Ik-saut, tbneW' I ins e'e it a trial.! Sold h v' I'.in LiVER to normal condition.Give .
world president of the orpaniza t nee Drug tore and Titosville Ph irnnc). 1

Maud againstthe tone to the system and
tcK.k a pronounced: M
4 tion, I O. 8'1'ORSA.: :
adoption of a fixed moral aide and by Bean the The Kind Yon Rare hwals Boat solid flesh to the body.
against the Imposition of l I Jacksonville Fla.
the -oektv for any individual action.i I 18'gz tcr lIrl-# Take No Substitute. ,

she:; said further that none. of the Great of .

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:I; LATEST COUNTY brother rode down school Monday, j i 1 J.UIESPRITCH.\RD.President. WINSTON S. R.XXIXG.'ice.President and Cashier

a very pleasant sight to those of us

who remember our childhood in the Does Your

NEWS NOTES west. j Indian River State Bank

The Naiad arrived from Daytona

little Happenings That Help to Hake Beach Wednesday night bringing Heart BeatYes.
cc- Y ::J.OS=OEY
the Mrs. Cass Allen and son Frank and
Up Weekly Newspaper the rest of the houshold goods. Mrs. I \nthorized Capital. *100.000: Paid-up capital -':LIh10.'v: erage Ivpotits *200,
COCOA Allen will make her home here in the 100,000 times each day. > A

future and will rent the Daytona Does it send good bloodor
: out
The school enrollment reached 150
house until it is sold.
; last week.F. bad blood? You know, for

D. Wright, of Sanford was a Miss Cora Munson is boarding in good blood is good health ;
Frank Allen 1 .\nEsTxn(: ; Ol.nESTXli OX THE RIVEIJKxrhanv'p : :
:c visitor here for several days. I Cocoa and Guy and are bad blood, .bad health. And

. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Trafford are rowing up to Coquina and going the I you know precisely what to : Umaht: and "0111011 all foreign; countries l'al''I"I' ,.:' .lj'I'"< >.':" '.. r
rest of the way on their wheels. Going take for bad blood flyer'sSarsaparilla. Prompt M-r\"n-f. ,jmlittrnatiwnt and cvcrti *"r cons-Mfitt
on a trip to Daytona this week. i
r \\ith"IUt"n"atl\Sankinj grnrrrtr.l
school Indian river is itCOIWI''l'O
to on sometimes Doctors have
A Mr. and Mrs. E: P. Porcher and but ; NnFNrs: : : I
quite an
lamily arrived home on Saturday. where there's a will there is usuallya endorsed it for 60. years.On Empire Tni-t Comi-anv. 42 P.roadwav. New York ('ih': The Atlantic Nation*, i: i i ,
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fTpqnrnt""* nf H bUmrt I*a tlncgUhiit of.lackstnivrllrJack.nrvitie. Florida
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4 Miss Jessie Sanders of Indianola 'r 11". I..1... .. Y. .. , I'i.nuuanraxn.r. f
a.r I' .h" .j tutu the boom.BLitSbr
visitor to Titusville Tuesday.Mrs. 1nAe.i.. a..b 'v. .I'i:1.. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
was a 'h
Mr. Walter Cameron, of Daytona 1MGi.t.._. ,=- .a-: .-. .
.;- Effie Bradford returned home Beach accompanied Hosmer Allen :':.ay r.c .'7d Cro..LoweI. aa.. _
1i 1 on 4.. 1.0......_......;. of
i :Monday from a visit to relatives at his trip to this place last week. They AH" S :::.]\IGOB..
j E CtftE. E. L. BRADY & BRO.
I Christmas.Mrs. remained over until Saturday p. m. __ J od / v ....wiv PECTORAL. __ t
J. Paine arrived here last and returned with a good sailing

week, having been on a visit with her breeze. The Naiad carries both sails I...- the VTe.hav-.11 .no.tecr.: '"J'. We medicine publish Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.

t .sister in Georgia. and and is comfortableboat. I"
I motor a very We handle produce of all kiml.We are agents fur Maprs'! Fertilizers Wr deal l exclseirety:
There is talk of a Hallowe'en ball, Mr. and Mrs. William Slathers, of in the above lines of SxnK and solicit the trade of all onibiimers. Writ us for price*o
Grain and all Groceries delivenil at your station. E. L. BRADY Jc BRO..TITUSTILLE.FLA.
,. and from the anticipations we expectit For some time past gasoline, cylinder Titusvilhwho, were here visitingMr. i

will be something extra. oil, spark plugs etc., have been : and Mrs. A. N. :lathers I last t
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i Mrs. A. A. Taylor and Miss Carrie taken: during the night from the week returned home Saturday.

Taylor, who have summered in launches at the docks. The person Miss Beatrice Hopkins who was TITUSVILLE BOAT CO.

1 Maine arrived home on Monday.The who took Guy Munson's boat pump visiting her mother here last week, I

Methodist Sunday school will apart and hid the pieces all over the returned to Jacksonville Monday.She Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers

t open next Sunday at 10 a. m. A boat> departed in such haste that he spent a day or two with friendsin I Ia.4arin.e

cordial invitation is extended to all. left some of his belongings behind Miami last week. :: : : Railway 1

The Fiske block is rapidly nearing him.Mr. I Miss Odessa Richardson with Launches carefully stored for the summer months
t completion. Cocoa is proud of her H. C. Richardson of Metu- Gladys and Earl Winstead returned -
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stone and brick buildings and handsome chen, N. J., who bought the part of to their home in Jacksonville after -

homes. the Island Home grove, known as the a pleasant visit with Mr.and Mrs.

.i Francis LaRoche left last week for Sullivan grove, will be down the first T. J. Shave and family. VICTOR !
of December to work his
begin on
the naval academy at Annapolis. Rev. J. S. Geiger will preach at
house. He has rented the Bower
understand he is to go on a cruise for new the Baptist church next Sunday V i Talking Machines, Supplies andY
house for the winter, so as to be near I
several years. morning and evening. The morning
his place. Mr. R. is now having two I It Records sold by the
The dance in the opera house was subject will be Close Communion,
more acres cleared and will set the
., pleasant Friday. Walker Blair and immediately following the
a one sermon '
land in orange trees this winter, INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
furnished the music with his large the Lord's supper will be admin- ,
I which will give him a very good sized I
Victor machine. grove. istered. The evening subject the '"'Nte TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

': Miss Francis Moore who has been Gates of Hell.

,, k on a visit to Maitland will be home The Price of Health Rev. Wm. Stones and wife and

'. this week. She also visited with "The I.rit'nf health in a nuUrious Mrs. J. W. Wilson,of Titusville;J. C. Jas. Pritchard & Son
district: i U jUt i"renw the cost of a box
t ; .d
lrs. C. F. Fischer in Titusville. of Dr King's New Life Pills," writer McCullough of Oak Hill, and S. J.

'.' Mrs. Adam S. Dixon and daughter. Ella :>Uton, of Nolan!, Ark. New Lift- Fields, of Indianola were delegatesto Titusville, Fla.

4 "Miss Pet, visited their parents and Fills cleanse gently and impart new life the :union meeting which began Agfllt.(411 ttl.
and vigor to the system. 2.xOatiface: :!
:grandparents, Capt. and Mrs. C. F. tion guaranteed at Banner Drug: !Store arid) here last Friday night and closed Original T & M Reversible

.Fischer, in Titusville this week. Titusville Pharmacy. Sunday night. The union was much i

I enjoyed by all who attended the discussions
Mr. Hamp Bradford's new houseon EAU GALLIEMrs.
of the .
the Poinsett road i is about ready subjects being very Thoroughly i-owrwl by "alt'lIt.-
: Greek, of Cocoa, Sun- and instructive.. The
spent entertaining
iv for the family to move into. There The Engine that Runs Without Repairs
day in town.Services next union will convene with the Oak a
; is a good fibre road from town almost -
; to the lake. next Sunday evening at Hill Baptist church on Friday night These motors are safe and. reliable aJ+tl

the M. E. church.Mr. before next fifth Sunday. call be operated by alcohol or kl-ro "Ht'
Mr. E. E. Ranck and friend, Mr. with good results b .
t' --- as as > uoiiiir;:a )lhte
T. J. Shave left Friday for
Alexander arrived from Ohio last Afflicted with Sore Eyes for 33 YearsI

: week. Mr. Ranck will his curio Italia on business.Dr. .
open have been atHittfl with wreeje* fut
and jewelry store. Mr. Alexanderis and Mrs. Macey spent Satur- thirty three yearTltirteen years a2 r 1 STABLE
thinking organizing brass bandin day afternoon in Cocoa. became. totally Mind and wan blind for
1 six yrars. .My ryes werrhadly inHam... Feed and Sale Stables
town. Mr. H. W. Christian made a business ('n':of my neighbors: insisted upon mv
The town is having the street from trip to Miami Friday. tn ill_ Chamherlain's: \'.. and sa\e me
half. a box of it. To my Mirpri.-e it heale! SADDLE HORSES
the railroad to the river repaired. Mrs. T. J. Shave has been under I my eyes and my sight cnine 'hack to me
It will cost about $:!50 to have this .-1' C. Earls, Oynthiaru, Ky. ChamIvrlain's BUGGIES 1
t the weather for the past few days.
piece of work done. The town has I :Salve i is for wale by )Banner I>rnj: '
Mr. John Clohecy of Melbourne] Store and Titimille Pharmacy. SURREYS
I $$00 to repair and improve streetson
spent Saturday afternoon in town. i and TURNOUTS
hand at present. Stockton for ProhibitionThe -
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Christian returned ;' = of all kind
The Eau Gallie boys play ball in
county prohibition
from Fort Pierce Thursday.Mr. : : Hauling, Etc.
Cocoa Thursday. As a rule our merchants league has: received the following -
and Mrs. E. A. M. Stewart
have been too busy to have greeting from lIon. Jno. N. C. Stockton
J. M. OSBAS, T tn vllle. FloridaI
have moved in from Bovine for the
Thursday half holidays this summer, of Jacksonville:

but when the Eau Gallie boys come winter. "Jacksonville Ha., Sept. :27, 1007. ) II SPELL 1- .J t 1111. i' "" ",,I 1""I,

"To town, every one goes to the bal Mrs. Henry Redding Valkaria "I sincerely regret my inability to

game and the stores clon was here on a shopping expedition] be in Pensacola this week to help in

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. LeTournau last Thursday.Mr. the great moral fight being made to BANNER DRUG STORE

r Miss Reba LeTournau, of Eden : :Max Tucker has been ill for eliminate liquor and its baneful influences -

t spent several days with Mr. and Mrs several days, but is much improvedat from Escambia county. I

H. Bower in Rockledge. Mr. and this writing.Mr. am opposed to the liquor traffic in Titusville Florida

Mrs. LeTournau were on their way : and :Mrs. G. M. Budd and fam- any form. FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES

to Boston for a two months' visit ily returned to their home in :Melbourne "The opponents of prohibition appeal -

while Muss Reba will enter Rollinst.'ollege. :Monday.Mr. to the commercial spirit insteadof PERFUMERY STATIONERY Etc.

at Winter Park. the conscience Soda Water and Ice Cream
: Alex Near returned home not realizing that
the perpetuity this nation i is dependent
Julius Caesara Tuesday, alter a Bummer's outingin upon the conscience of men Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals

, -* a man of nerve but sickn>.s left its i New York state. and not on their wealth. Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything
'' mark and 1 he l>fcaiiie aty1: l ilt'rOl i his Mr. G. F. Paddison left Sunday for "The liquor people contend that haven't in tock
time. Sickness i- utttriiAu-t>l by a b.r prohibition does not prohibit but
New Yorkhere he will join his
pid liver. Hfibiitt* will isolate: song does cut down the revenue of the
liver and s!ive \.HI licalu:. :Mi-. CameAusf.ii. family for a month's rest. state, forgetting the enormnu f\- 'N.y.'N &
llolloii, )Kui: :>.t>. wntt"I: con to maintain the criminal
:Mr. W. H. H. Glea on wa.und'r }pense necessary
sidt-r Herbine the l I.rt medicine I ever of
iitunlof. I ant neverv.ttiout: rL" III.I l the weather Tuesday and went to departments government to
1' limner Urn;; :More and TitiHUlIe! Cocoa to see Dr. Hughlett.Rev. say citizenship."I nothing. of the terrible cost to | The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. 1

r J. B. Hawk still being ill. am thoroughly convinced that
GEORGIANA prohibition strictly enforced and enforced -
there were no services last Sunday
by a healthy public sentimenton
t.-i Mrs. Milton Ramsey visited in town evening at the Methodist church. all alike tends not only to buildup SHOPS

:: 'the latter part of the week. The schooner Emily B., bound for a happy, but a prosperous com-

.. Jacksonville with Capt.. M. Rowleyand munity. J. N. C. ST*'KTOX.= "
: Rev. and Mrs. White visited at the
I --- Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS' $
' Carter home Tuesday, and called on W. Gale aboard, stopped for an
\ Napoleon Bonaparte
j. .several families in the south end oft hour here Thursday.Mrs. .
t 1 showed at the battle of Austerlitz he was: D
, : town. : A. 0. Frink and children returned the greatest leader in the world. Mal HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
, We are very sorry to hear of Brother last Thursday from Georgia lard's :S.n< w.Liniiro>Rt ha"shown the pub- ,
t lic it it! the heal liniment in the world! A
; Hawk's serious illness. For two where they have been visiting relatives
for .
quick cure rheumatism: ,sprains, bur II- Agricultural Implements
, .Sundays he has been unable to fill his for a couple of weeks. cuts, etc. A. C. Pitt.. Hodes-sa. I-i.. rays '
( I "I use Bal lard's Snow Liniment in mv
L' : appointments. Mr. )McAllister who
spends every family and find it unowUed far were SANFORD
F: Capt. Rogero brought back a pony I winter here and has been spendingthe chest, headache, corns, in fact for anything FLORIDA&v5SSM552iKW25&2J3v5 "

;, and outfit of farming tools from Au- summer in New York and Chicago that can be reached by a liniment." ct
Sold by Banner Drug Store and Titusvilie.Pharmacy.
" '1lstine. Little Miss Ethel and her I: arrived in town Tuesday. a:2 '


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