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 11, 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
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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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DOINGS OF THEPRESENT 'Fall Fashions For Men LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline'sBargains LOCAL GOSSIP : 1

.Advance showing of FALL and In Ercry Department '
= WINTER styles including Schloss ;
Bros. & Co's famous MONDAY, OCTOBER 14,1907. : .

Pungent Notes Pertaining to Events "Correct Clothes for Gentlemen" Personal Paragraphs About People that We will place the following goodson Something About the People of Titus-

I Consider this, please, a personal sale Monday next at specially reduced i. 1
Transpiring About Town ; invitation to yourself-a personal invitation Travel Here and There prices in order to make room Tille as They Come and Go t ::

t A cool drink at a cool place at I to come and get acquaintedwith Fine Box Candies at the Banner for, our fall and winter goods, now A cool drink at a cool place at 1 '
the best and latest fashions inmen's arriving:.
r MANDY'S.The wear. Drug Store. I Entirely new line of ladies'umrellas MANDY'S. 'I i

q largest and best line of boys' We are specially urgent about this invitation Boys, you should see the fine as ort- > in neat and nobby handles, The Thursday afternoon holidays /

and girls' school shoes will be found now because fall, as yon probably know ment of knickerbocker pants that worth$2.00, special Monday for$1.29 now a thing of the past with the .I
is the time of when fashions .
; great year Another lot worth $2.50 for $1.49.
at Branning's. change, and the advance styles for the coming have just arrived Winston S. Bran- Indian Head linen, 44 inches wide, ;business houses of Titusville. {
season are shown in greatest variety and I
. L Mrs. Dora Deisner returned home attractiveness. ing's. already shrunk, special Monday for Did you say school shoes? Well, i .

last week from her visit to Jacksonville Our New Stock is just in, and Mrs. H. C. Hart, visited Jacksonville 20: cents per yard. jo to Branning's, he has the largest J
we want to see it. Never beforein Blue and white linens, suitable for1adies' line all standard makes '
'f and Cincinnati.Mr. you this week to secure some fur- ,prices right.
shirtwaist suits and children'sdresses
all bur experience have we been
C. L. Faber, of Ft. Pierce, re- able to assemble such a splendid line nishings for Palmhurst, returning 32 inches wide, worth 40 Our new price list is now ready for I

. turned home yesterday from*a two of stylish garments. Come in! yesterday. cents a yard, Monday's. special 25 distribution. Some prices are lower.

: : .. months' stay up in Ohio. WINSTON S. BRANNING Misses Ruth and Lizzie Sisler, of cents. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. '
I White linen, 21-2 yards wideworth
4 : Mrs. L. A. Brady spent a day%>r Titusville, Florida. New' Smyrna, arrived in town Thursday 1.50 a yard, special Monday next Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Budge and

; ; so in Jacksonville and St. Augustine afternoon on a visit to Misses for $1.00. Misses Dorothy and Helen left Sunday -k

:: this week, returning home 'Vednest Fort Dallas Declares Dividend Kate and Zandie Stewart.Mr. Ladies' elastic fluffy ruffle belts in afternoon for their home in J'
all colors the latest out
thing -
day. C. F. Dwyer, of New York, special \liami.\
; The comptroller of the currency Monday 69 cents.
: r Misses Kate' and Zandie Stewart has declared a dividend of ten per is expected in Rockledge next monthto New patterns arriving daily in W. J. Duncan, a well known commission 1

' spent from Saturday to Monday cent to the creditors of the Fort prepare the Hotel Indian River ginghams, specially good for child- merchant of New York city,

(> afternoon with friends in New National for the coming tourist season. ren's school dresses manufacturer'sprice arrived here last week to spend the j
Dallas bank, payable as 15 cents,our price 12 1-2 cents. winter.
; Smyrna. soon as the necessary schedules are Mrs. J. R. :Miot, of Indianola, ac- White checked nainsook, specialfor

" ,Mr. L. Thursby, of. Merritt, was prepared and checks made up. Dividend companied :Mr. Miot to the county Monday 12 1-2 cents. Among the list of Clyde passengers .

11 t on the southbound yesterday, returning checks will have to be filled up seat Monday, and was the guest of White table linen, 58 inches wide, arriving in Jacksonville from New
home from two months' worth 65 cents a yard, special Mon- York the first of the week we notice
r a stay by the receiver, after which they Mrs. Kate Myers, at Myers Cottage.Mr. day at 49 cents.

f'; t in New York City. will be sent to Washington for signa- J. P. Miller and his son, Ed Another lot 72 inches wide, worth the name of Mr. J. J. Haggerty. f:

Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins was calledto ture by the comptroller, and returned Miller, of Jupiter, passed through $1.00 a yard, Monday at 69 cents. Another shipment of Favorite :

Miami Wednesday by a telegram for delivery to the creditors. Another lot in beautiful patterns, drop head sewing machines at Indian -
fitusville last Friday on their way 74 inches wide worth $2.00 for $1.19.
from Mr. Robbins, and will proba- This will occasion some delay in the Ashburn Ga. sold their River Music House, price $20.00. i
to having Turkey red table damask,60
..... bly spenp several days in that city. actual delivery of the dividend business at Jupiter, but still retain- wide,worth 90 cents per yard, Mon- Also Standard machines with both

r Victor Junior talking machines for checks, but it is thought that they real estate there. .day's special, 69 cents. rotary and vibrating shuttles at low-

$10.00 at Indian River Music House. will be ready for delivery on or before ing The same in blue for 69 cents. est prices. Installments and rentals.
x Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jones, of Just received a new line of trunks,
November first. Mr. M. M. McLeod resident of
The best graphophone for the mon- ,
. JtII I Quay, arrived Sunday from North prices more than right.
ey ever put out. Great for children. Creditors who have proved their Georgia, where they spent the sum- Mail orders promptly filled on any Cocoa for many years, is now locat-

.. Mr. J. D. Crabb arrived Sunday claims up to date of returning the mer. Mr. Jones' health was very of the above goods. ed at Fulford) Dade county, with

:<. from Jacksonville. He has given checks Washington for signaturewill Juuus KLINE, Titusville. the Fulford branch store of The ,
up much improved by the change. Mr.
'Phone No.8.
participate in the dividend at Lewis Mercantile Co., whose princi-
saloon business in that city, but has and Mrs. Jones went to Quay Wed

r not yet decided what other business once, others, who afterward prove nesday. Orange and Clay Vote Dry pal store is at Little River, and have -

will take their claims and obtain receiver's certificates I branches also at Lemon City and
i' he up. Rev. Percy Robottom and Mrs. Orange and Clay were added to I
will receive checks for this Arch Creek.A .
t Mr. W. H. Hall has been making Robottom and little son, Ennis, ar- the list of "dry" counties on Tues- i
dividend from time to time as their lot of mules arrived Tnesdayfor
big improvements on his home place rived in Titusville the latter part of] day-the former by a very close on
are proven. the Titusville Lumber Co. which
j lately, erecting a new building on last week. For the present they majority, and the latter by a very, ,

' .and a new fence around his recently Kline's Specials in Clothing and have rooms with Mrs. G. M. Robbins decisive majority. Dade will voteon are to be used for hauling logs to
the railroad. One of the animals
1"1 purchased lot. Gents' Furnishing DepartmentOur until. the rectory is fitted up for the question next Tuesday.
died suddenly Tuesday night.
Mrs. Kate Myers has had a fine them. Dean Robottom held servicein very
men's,youths' and boys' stock Merritts Istand Lumber Company The "big mill" is expected to be
piano placed in the Myers Cottage St. Gabriels church Sunday morn-
of fall clothing just received is one
1. ready to cut logs into lumber by the
for the use of her guests. Indian of the finest on the East Coast styles ing and at St. Marks church, Cocoa, Georgiana, Fla., Oct. 7th, 1907.

"1 River Music" House furnished the the latest and prices to suit all. in the evening. &.1itoroCTUE FLORIDA STAB 1st of November.

I same the first of this week. JULIUS KLINE, Titusville, _. _---- Will you kindly- announce in yoU Judge Jones left Monday after-

'Phone No. 8. Special Church Service Sunday paper that the Merritts Island Lum- noon for Miami, where the adjourned -
The dance at the house last
'J opera --- Next Sunday, Oct. 13th, Rev. W. ber Co. is now ready to receive or- fall term of circuit court is in
night marked the opening of the win- Major Hersey Ready for Race
F. Allen will preach at Titusville ders for both rough and dressed session this week. The most impor-

.- ter scciety events, the dancers being Major H. B. Hersey, who has been Methodist church both morning and lumber of all kinds delivered promptly tant criminal case will be the trial of .
I present in number on account of the with Walter Wellman for in
I cooler weather. year evening. Service will begin at 11 ? Thos. W. Troy for the killing of Geo. f

agreeably making preparations for an air ship o'clock in the morning and at 7:30 Those desiring lumber that will G. Newcomb at West Palm Beach '

The ice cream festival, given by voyage to the north pole, arrived in in the evening. The evening service last a lifetime will get it from us, as several months ago.FURNITURE.DRY. !

the ladies of the Methodist church New York last Saturday, having will be especially for the Woodmenof our lumber has never been turpen-

last Friday afternoon, was a decided been 'chosen as Lieut. Lahm's alter- the World, Camp No. 141, Titus- tined, and as our timber supply i is GOODSSHOESYou
the proceeds amounting tot nate in the International Aeronautic!
success, limited it will those who want
ville who will attend church in pay
a can get in touch with a good
t nearly eighteen dollars. The ice Cup race on account of the latter'sillness. good lumber to order at once and 1
body. A special program of music, TALKING Machine here. Low price.
f cream, etc., was all donated, so the and an appropriate sermon will be have their order filled promptly.Our Ask about it. Good thing? Yes.

above amount was almost net, bar- The race starts from St. Louis on prepared for them. Everybody i is planer will be set up in a few Tricycles, Wheelbarrows, Steel

' few incidental Oct. 21st. It is thought that MajorHersey's Yachts.
ing a expenses. days for matched material, siding,
invited. Sunday school next Sun- Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34
technical knowledge of air beaded casing, plowed jams, mould-
Sheriffs Hands Untied day at 10 a. m. Services at Mim 5
currents and atmospheric condition Col. Globe-Tour
at 3:30 m.Separate. ings, etc. Thompson's
j Sheriff Perry, of St Augustine, will be of great advantage in this p. MERRITTS ISLAND LUMBER Co. According to the reports Colonel

has received a reply from Governor contest, as he is probably one of the Waiting Rooms _n_ __
R. M. Thompson, who has spent
Broward relative to the issuance of best equipped meteorological expertsin W. O. W. Attention! ',
y Four gangs of carpenters have several seasons on the East Coast in
warrants without depositing the this country. It is quite certain By a unanimous vote of the Camp
been engagtd by the Florida East his palatial houseboat, Everglades,
costs. The governor states that that he will pilot the balloon in the Coast Railway to proceed to work'i W. O. W. No. 141 at its last meeting I will not come south this winter. He

t officers, or any reputable citizen, cup contest if the government at it was decided that the Woodmen
dividing the railway stations so as to]i has chartered a large steamship and, '
-, may secure a warrant without posting Washington gives him permissionto attend services at the Methodist:
provide separate waiting rooms for: accompanied by a number of friends,
r; the costs. He states that the do so. Major Hersey was observer church next Sunday evening, Oct., !
white and colored patrons, says the ; will make a journey around the
purpose of the law i is to protect he at Titusville weather bureau 13th, at 7:30 o'clock. You are therefore -
St. Augustine Record. Many stat- ,i i world. The trip will commence
.: counties from trivial cases which station some years ago. requested to meet at the hall, .
ions will be enlarged to meet the about December 1st and will occupy
: before the courts. --- I I
have no place over Mandaville's store, at 7 o'clock
School new conditions and the work will be i. nearly nine months. Among the
A QuestionOne
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1--. Tobaccos I rushed in order to have the separate i sharp to make preparation for attending guests who will travel with the par-

Smoking of our school commissioner compartments completed by the the services in a body. A ty are Lord Charles Beresford and 1
Duke's Mixture Bull i
r Sensation, has asked this question: "Why i iit is i
us and
music I
i special an Ii
middle of November in program who of
: Durham, U. S. Marine Old English compliance I II' his daughter, were guests .1
t: Curve Cut, Van Bibber,Turkish Tro- that some non-residents object to with the law. There are 40 stationson appropriate discourse will be arranged i Colonel Thompson last winter in ,\
White Rolls. paying tuition of $5.00 for their for the hour. i <
phies, I' the road which must be remodeled Florida.
BANNER DRUG STORE. child to attend the public schools of I JAS. L. CARRUTHERS, i
to meet the law and this will
Brevard when they allowed i For Sale 'I
county are Clerk. I II
: keep a large force busy for the next
Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing free books, free rides from i j I I 1 One pair thoroughbred monthsold
six weeks.
. Having located in Titusville will do their residence to school and return Mr. Wm. Fishwick has 1.I Orange and Grapefruit Trees pups, cross between setter and
first class tailoring, cleaning, pressing ?" Will some one reply? M I,I which will be dispatched southward gangs !i Grown at Shiloh Fla., on high' pointer, will be of right age to train !

f for ladies as well as gents. Your and will : hickory hammock. Free from white whenseasonopens. Address D.,care 1
--- -- I I at once operations begin i
i i One old buds. STAR office.
tedsatisfaction fly. to two
solici guar year year
patronage The Alpine Hotel without delay.Myers.
anteed. Next door to Norton's poolroom : Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully -

I MAX WHITMAN. Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man- ;i packed and delivered at Oak Hill OK SALK CHEAP UK CASIJ.

ager. On the European plan-furnished CottageMrs. I.I station. J. W. GRIFFIS, I About 88 acres of good high land on )

Stove WoodI II. rooms and quick lunch. Centrally Kate Myers has changed the Shiloh, Fla. I the east or ocean aide of the Indian river .
located. at the Narrows, described a!! follows: Lot ;
of her house to
boarding Myers
am offering 16-inch pine stove Draying 1 i. No. 3, section 35, also lot NO. 3, section E r
!I! This house the
,.; r wood that has never been turpen- Gun Repair Works and Sail Loft Cottage. (formerly Draying or hauling of all kinds prompt 36, in township south, range 39 east.
tined. All other wood you buy now !I t Alpine cottage) is located on Hop- ly attended to. Meets: all trains. Stove This land is unimproved bat finely lot -
has been turpentined; 25 cords cut All work guaranteed. Guns stock- kind street, where Mrs. Myers will be wood for sale at all times. cated. For further particulars addressE.

and dried ready for delivery.G. ed and shot guns rebored. I II pleased to see all of her old patrons H. E. HOLTOV, t M. Low,
G. HOWARD. H. BENECKE, Titusville, Fla. and the traveling public generally. I I I Tuusville, Fla. Brockton, Mass.i" .

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:1... % A rr .,:r. .i:. .:!:,..::::w:1.::..... .' \d .;; Roosevelt
M ?: : mended the efforts of President DO YOU GET UP 1

3.: 1"cY.: ': to put the big combinations of

capital under control of the laws, but WITH A LAME BACK ? ;

said that some of the so called awaken-
ing of the public and the anticorpora-

tion agitation was "a wild and hys- Sidney Trouble Makes You Miserable

terical crusade against all colossal enterprises -
Almost everybody who reads the news-
and all corporate activity." of the wonderful
papers is sure to fU
He thought there was a call for sober cures made by Dr.

w s '" judgment and that it was senseless to |i Kilmer's Swamp-Root,

decry all combinations. He concludedthat I II! the great kidney, liver

regulation itself might need to be and bladder remedy.It .
regulated and that the craze for fantastic It is the great medical -
: of the
states triumph nineteenth -
interference in some
century;; disI -
'. would in due time run its course. The 1
tk I I covered after years of
1.. :: captains of industry must administertheir 1 scientific research by

great trusts in obedience to IAW. I Dr. Kilmer, the emi-

ee=ns. Mr. Benson told how In 1883 county, Ky, fired the shot that killed in the spirit of Justice. In the Interestof nent kidney and blad

the Standard tried to get control of; William GoebeL It appears that Mrs. the stockholders and of the public if der specialist, and is

LEGAL-CRIMINAL I the Tidewater, and the books of his Clark's cousin Gertrude King was they would preserve prosperity and wonderfully successful In promptly] curing

company containing the records of keeping company with John Sanfordof put a check on the present agitationand lame back,kidney, bladder, uric acid trou-

f Senator Borah on Trial. those transactions were torn open in Covington. On the day of Goebel's outcry which unless retarded by bles and Bright's Disease,which is the worst
trouble.Dr. .
form of
court They disclosed the minutes of murder the two girls would result'In "lawless kidney
Boise Ida. proper means
In the federal court at Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not recommended -
. Senator William E. Borah, who was a meeting of the Standard Oil factionin went to Frankfort socialism" for everything but If you have kidney -

chief prosecutor In the recent flaye the Tidewater companies at Titus- -< and were about to Root Off to Meet Diaz. liver or bladder trouble it will be found

vine, Pa, at which an effort was madeto enter the statehouse need. It has been testedIn
, wood trial Is now on trial on the serious Secretary of State Root,accompaniedby just remedy you

_ r "': charge of having conspired to de- gain control of the then competitorof ,gin by the rear entrance his family and suit left Washington so many ways, in hospital work,in private

., the Rockefeller when heard the the helpless too to -
fraud the system. At a meeting they his tripto practice among poor purchase
govern 25 long expected
Sept on
of of the real managers on the following .mr report of a gun. At relief and has proved so successful inevcrycasethat
ment 17,280 Mexico, where he Is to be the guest las
day these minutes had been declared -p the same time they a special arrangement
acres of Idaho of President Diaz and for the
prepare been made by which all readers of this paper
void and ordered sealed for all noticed standIng
timber lands. Together a man coming conference of the Central who have not already tried it, may have a

;; with Bo time. just outside the American republics at Washington.This sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book

.' rah, twelve other Benjamin F. Warren of Brooklyn, door,whom they recognized visit Is expected to supplementthe telling more about Swamp-Root and how to

men were Indicted the civil engineer who laid out the as Sanford. work of pan-Americanism begunby find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.

Including one original pipe line from Bradford to the W. S. Taylor. A moment later a Secretary Roofs South American When writing mention reading this generous

known as "John sea, told of obstacles thrown in his second man, dressed like a mountaineer journey. Never before has an American offer In this paper and

Doe." This {path by interests which he could not came running out. He ran to San- send your address to. I _" N
man secretary of state bee the personal -
Identify, but which came through rail- ford and said, "I got him." The man Dr.Kilmer&Co.Bing-[ ,r -
turns out to be
\ guest of all the principal hamton N. Y. The
Y other than roads which were at that time trans- was recognized by Mrs. Clark and her
none the western hemisphere. cent and __
.. regular fifty Hom of B 1WtGI.
porting Standard Oil products.A friend as Igo. Sanford aided Igo in
I the late Governor
Jamestown dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.Don't .
later line of Inquiry bj the prose- his escape. Mrs. Clark says that Igo Policy Deplored.

Steunenberg cutor brought out the fact that the had previously told her that he was Chancellor MacCracken In opening the make any mistake but remember
as announced by the Swamp-root, Dr Kilmer's Swam -
trust device for going to kill Goebel and after the New York university for the year severely name.
District Attorney employed a apparent Root and the address Bmghampton N. Y.,
N Ruick. The compliance with the common carrier event he reminded her that he had fulfilled criticised the government for its on every bottle.

was called case be- provision of the rate law by publishing his promise. She also says that attitude toward the Jamestown exposi- -- --

fore Judge Ed- tariffs for the use of its pipe lines terminating Sanford whose brother Goebel had tion which he described as "a national Florida regrets very much to lose

Senator Borah. ward White withan at pumping stations where killed in a political fight In Covington, exposition with the nation conspicu- Prof. McBeath.-Ocala Banner.

also told her he ously absent. lIe argued that this --- --
there could be no possible market or that Intended to kill
of counsel either
imposing array on outlet except into the tanks of the GoebeL Governor Taylor says that should have been a sentimental demonstration They Make You Feel Good
side and a big crowd of spectators in
Borah's Standard 011 company thus effectually the affidavit shows that the murderwas with only some fitting provision The pleasant purgative effect experienced j
Among attorneys
barring any use of the pipe lines by a personal feud and not the out- for receiving and entertaining by all who use Chamberlain's \
is James IL senior counsel
Hawley, rival concerns. The fact was also disclosed come of a political conspiracy and that bodies of pilgrims to the historic spot. Stomach and Liver Tablets and the healthy
t : for the state in the trial. It
Haywood that the trust had in operationa Caleb Powers Is innocent. A son of but without all the expenditure for the condition of the body and mind which

Is charged that 108 residents of Boise the John display of merchandise and military they create makes one feel joyful. Trice
pipe line from New Jersey across late Sanford who now lives
1 took out timber claims in their
county 25 rente. Samples free at Banner Drug
Manhattan Island to a Long Island refinery in New York denies Mrs. Clark's state- armaments.
own names..whereas they were really Store and Titusville Pharmacy.OA"STOn.XA..
contrary to the claims of the ments. Nebraska Indorses Taft.
representing others by agreement. The
conduct of Ruick before the March trust that the pipe line companies under Cas!ius M. Sanford son of the late The Republican state convention at .

grand jury had been Impeached by the their control were not Interstateand John Sanford of Covington, who now Lincoln Net, formally recognized In 9eantbe the Kind You Han Abaft BonghtBftN
hence not subject to the rate law. lives New has authorized
defense and was under investigationby in York a Secretary Taft the logical candidateto
It was also shown that the pipe line denial of the told in
a special jury at the time Borah's complete story perpetuate the policies of President 01 .
trial began. rate published was nearly always similar the Clark affidavit Roosevelt On the same day the Democratic
to the railroad rates between the Southern Pacific Indicted. state convention indorsed Bryan

Elkin Law Cases Upheld. same points, thus affording the Inde-
for president and Johnson for vice
The federal grand Jury at San Fran-
: The United States circuit court of pendent no Inducement to use the pipeline president
I cisco has returned six indictments
appeals at Denver has affirmed the decision although the operation of the lat-
L against the Pacific Mall Steamship Oklahoma May Come In. CHAMBERLAIKS
I'Y of the lower court against the ter Is far less expensive than railroad
company and the Southern Pacific President Roosevelt has put an end
Great Northern railroad in the rebate transportation. These rates are so high
company on charges of having violatedthe to the talk tout keeping Oklahoma
cases thus deciding In favor of the that the trust is able to make a profit Uj
new rate law. Agents of the In- out of the Union by making it known
government an Important point to the of 200: per cent from the subsidiarypipe r.D >
terstate commerce commission have that he would adopt the constitution
effect that prosecutions under the old line companies.
worked up the evidence In these cases, adopted by the new state, although he
Elkins act are not invalidated by the jtI
Mississippi Ousts Compress Company. which embrace :shipments! from the disapproves of many of its features. .rnTIU
new Hepburn rate law. The higher :
Chancellor Hicks at Vicksburg, Miss.. orient through San Francisco to Chi- I ) ll.llIlW1fJ.A .
court holds that the Hepburn act is .
has declared the Golf Compress company cago at lower rates than the published "Pneumonia's Deadly Work .
r amendatory and not repealing, and
an Illegal trust and has given It tariff A
that so far as it repeats portions of the had so seriously affected my right lung,
In which wind Its business
one to -
'. r Elkins act It continues them in force, up Minnesota Rate Law Halted. writes Mrs. Fannie Connor, of Rural

and that In so far as it omits or and withdraw from the state. Judge Locbren of the federal courtat Route 1, Georgetown, Tenn., "that I A few doses of this remedy will in-
The for receiver de
application a was
variably cure an ordinary attack of
changes the provisions of the Elkins St. Paul has issued an Injunction and and
coughed continuously night day
nied. This decision is pursuant to action diarrhoea.
act It repeals them. The offences! consist tying up the new commodity rate law
commenced recently by District the neighbors' predictionconsumptionseemed It can always be depended upon,
pending final decree. This is designed
In granting rebates on shipmentsof a -
., Attorney James D. Thames, who fileda inevitable, until my husband even: in the more severe attacks of
of grain by a Minneapolis dealer to to protect the railroads from Interference
colic and cholera morbus.It .
suit the thata cramp
against company asking brought home a bottle of Dr. King's dew
Seattle In 1906. the published schedule in state courts is equally successful for summer
receiver be and that It be
.: at that time being TiO cents a hundred appointed Discovery, which in my case proved to be diarrhoea and cholera infantum in

and the shipper being allowed from 15 declared a combination in restraint of the only real cough cure and restorer of children, and is the means of saving

to 20 cents a hundred rebate. This trade. The company owns or controls I POLITICALPresident I weak, sore lang" When all other remedies the lives of many children each year.

thirty-one compresses in the south fail still win in the When
a' decision affects a dozen other Important utterly you may reduced with water and
sixteen: of which are located in Mis battle against throat and lung troubles sweetened it is pleasant to take.

cases among which Is the Standard slsslppl. Back In Harness. with New Discovery, the real cure. Guaranteed Every man of a family should keep

Oil I $ .OOO.OOO fine. President Roosevelt returned to the bv the Banner Drug Store and Ti- this remedy in his home. Bny it now.
i Landis Grants Alton
# Oil Trust Books Not Found. Immunity. executive mansion Washington tufcville Pharmacy. 50c. and $1.00. Trial PRICE, 25c. LARGE SIZE, 50c.
Judge Keiie aw M Landis announcedto bottle free.
from his summer home at Oyster
b Two books showing the stock trans- Bayon
the special grand Jury at Chicago
actions by which the Standard Oil Sept. 20, accompanied by his famiiy -
that the promise of Immunity made by
Company of New Jersey took over control Ills Oyster Bay neighbors: gave
the department: of justice; to the Chicago him
of nineteen subsidiary concerns the customary friendly sendoff

which had been allied with the o'd! and Alton Railroad company must lIe went to work on routine business ,

<. Ohio trust have disappeared from the be observed at the same time makingIt preparatory to his :speechmaking! trip A sore throafl is
a J
apparent bj his remarks that he did
vaults at 2
r ledger and stock l hook kept by Transfer not approve of the department's, ac followed by a bear bunt and ramping dangerous malady t 1bd
tion. The letter from Attorney General -
Clerk Beu'inger between 1S2 and out excursion: in the Louisiana canebrakes -

1839. Thee are the books which Gov Bonaparte to Df.trIctttoruey, don't need' o'
Finis justifying: the granting of lai you
: ernment Counsel 1 Kcllop; asked the Gompers Will Oppose Taft.
muintj was made public Mr Bona
Standard officials to produce before In editorial for the lie sock around
a leading
parte says that after again snag over ; current a
Examiner Ferris at New York. Clerk
: the testimony of the Alton people u FeJerationist President Gompers oft
Bensinger testified tint he left these American Federation of Labor describes neck to i il. b
the suit against the Muadard he i* your cure 3
books in the vault in 1900 when the *
convince that they trued "tlie privilege Secretary Taft as "the injunction -
t work of liquidation was over Later
standard bearer" and takes the
: of an ati0aipiict" who become a

Counsel Miiburn for the company reported witness for the pro eeutioa"This position that n;) one can compel a laboring .

that the books had disappeared matter being nn illy dspsei! of ; man to buy where he does not BALLARD'S c

-: and no official of the company could want to buy He that Taft's
Judge LinJimade a new arid wholly says con- I1

give any Information concerning: them unexi eited HUM** against tlie :Manila lea'Ioii in regard to the boycott would SNOW f

", or any idea as to where: they might III ( oIui any of Indiana by MUHIIIOU lead to the dispersion' and forcible

c be. Mr. Kellogg announced that he ins Us 11rt' ill'ut. James .\. liar:Tet. before breaking up by court orders of every LINIMENTv1
would have the books If they were Ic
asst'mblare of howeverhiTxent
the sa\ie jury to lw examined: workingmen:
existence and. if not he would know
lawful their ando
or purpose,
eoaieraing ciarpe made by him In a
what had happened to them and why. cure that throat in short order
tv! nullification of all their ?
little I Iwo:" Iot to the effect that thousands agreement Ca.lIud'sOW
In examining how the transfer was Liniment penetrates the
*. pores, promoting -
.,r ton of freight had livu carrie free circuLuu/.i
made Mr. BenMnsjer" said that holders I giMngthe muscles more elasticity.
+ >l foy the Alton for other shippers Murphy Holds Tammany Fo-t. "

of trust certificates: would present these tm'er the same conditions as tliocsmu'eJ The Contest between the McClellan / % irhcc:: : Kunj.,.\TISM.cursSPRAINS, BRUISES,
at his office and have them canceled.
instead to the Standard and that cone and Murphy fictions for the control V ::, WOUNDS, OLD SORES, STIFF JOINTS,
13ceiving a corresponding num
; ,iientIy the court had unfairly MUg'ed if tile organization Inew BURNS AND: ALL PAINS.
Ler of shares in the New Jersey corns
: out the Standard as a ort ui YOlk city resulted a decisive victoryfor

pany. vraiK-co-it Jiuce I.aul..a; hihly Murphy the present Tammany GAVE INSTANT RELIEF.
Light was thrown on the trust's deal-
r in.!'ia:;ut over this re'eitlon on hNcovit Ici with the called independentoil IJonrv Stone
ings so Provo Uteh. writes
: "I
and told the jurors that it wa (' men carried their districts .
Snow Liniment for SSore? Throlt
companies when it was ,shown how Neuralgia, Tooth-ache
his; Iii:litx-t -illation that no man could ,
j by a system of agreements; the Independents Lan is Not a Cand date.! which upon application?! gave me instant relief. I can recommend -
that Ins court had di"l"rlml-
Fay ever ita beiu the
were obliged to buy their Judge K. M Lr.r> aiiert against any defendant Mr Mof pal caused: Irons Neuralgia, .tc."
crude oil from tbe Standard it being there was a movement: on foot toe
fet will lie called upon to make goal
stipulated that no refined oil should his charges cure tor him the Democratic prcsulen PRICE 25C, SOc AND $1.QQ

be exported to Europe except through tlal nomination said: "To assume that
One effect of the Alton decision Is to
the trust Should vIolate I would accept political preferment asa
relieve E. II Harriman from all danger Ballard
this agreement their supply of : of prosecution in that connection reward for an}thing I might do on Snow Liniment Co.

crude oil would be cut off and they the bench Is to Impeach my Integrity

would have to close their refineries. Man Who Killed GoebelIt as a man and my honor as a judge 500-502 North Second Street,

These facts were brought out by the has come to light at Indianapolisthat No, Mr. I won't dignify tbe rumor bydi ST. LOUIS -

testimony of Secretary Benson of the : on April 11 last Mrs Lulu Clark.:: l cu!.<:injf it" MISSOURI.

i' and formerly a Miss Williams of Mount .
Tidewater Pipe Line company Regulation of Regulation." JmBBBHH
vice president of the Tidewater 011 Sterling: Ky., made affidavit in the
Before the American Bankers association -
company, which controls the Tidewater law office of William S. Taylor Kentucky's at Atlantic City Charles Emory Sold and Recommended by :

Pipe Line. The Standard owns nearly refugee governor to the effect Ti'tu.s'Vi11o
5 Smith former postmaster general com- Phnrxnncy
:' one-third of the stock In these con that Turner Igo of Farmers, Rowan Banner Drug S1oref; And


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ing house, occupied by V. Ferlitd, BEST FOR THEBOWELS Union, .-

;{' J dairyman: and contractor, at 19'J6, What Would'You '

Iir -I IN FAIR FLORIDA Tenth avenue .practically destroyedthis Tom Harlins a little negro boy, was I

building and gutted the three oth- horribly mangled today at the plantof

If you hanu't replar,beatb) m Temellt of the the American Fiber Company, No.
i Hut is Being Done Towards the De- ers, 1904, 1908 and 1910 Tenth avenue )owels every day,'Ou're ill or wilt be. Keep JOur DoIf
"towels open,and be welL Force,in the shape or 928 West Union street. The boy was la
two-story frame dwellings on the violent physic or pill poiaon,Is dangerous. The

fd TelopmeDt of.the Peninsula north side of Tenth avenue between the smoothest bow eli,clear easiest and,most clean perfect 1*to take way of keeping tae factory and in some unknown manner : -
his left arm got caught in belt E
yr, ;; ; Hotels at West Palm B ach are open' Nineteenth and Twentieth streets. CANDYCATHARTIC a three good physicians .
; 1l" and was pulled loose from the body
ing'and_ that famous winter resort isbeginning Tampa, Evening News. should pronounce your
before he could be extricated. The

tf It.c. to don its busy winter look. The rainy season has at last set in. arm was horribly mutilated and hungto case hopeless. If they: .

it .;-, The postoffice at Chipley Is to be Less rain has fallen during the sum- the body only by fragments of flesh should decide that you L

<' ; remodeled and refurnished. When the mer months than for the last twenty- He was sent to the Brewster Hospital could not live longer than

; alterations are finished it will be u? to five years yet )It. Dora has the largest where the injured arm was amputatedThe six weeks. And if you =

, R'lb". .. date. and best crop of oranges in her his / boy is In a serious condition and should get well, after us-

tory. Although all the oranges in die
may the injury.-Jacksonville
t. In the storm Saturday'night at Pen EAT $12.00 worth of '
this section have been bought on the 'EM LIKE CANDY letropolis. ing only t
I' sacola the wind blew at a velocity of Pleasant Palatable. Potent Taste Good, Do
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and
( trees and the annual process of ruining Good Never Sicken.Weaken or Gripe; 10.2a and
; 46 miles an hour. No damage was 10 cents per box. Write for free sample,and book Unofficial advices received in Tampa #
I the market and damaging the rep let on health. Address 423 Nervine what would you fr
,! suffered In the city. Sterling today state that it has been decided ,
r Remedy Company Chicago or New York. '
tatlon of the is about
t orange to begin advise a friend in like con
that all of the'
; J' Five Jacksonville saloon Keepers ra1 by the inexcusable practice of shipping KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN regiment of State dition to do?
Troops to which the local commands
'' fused licenses by the county commissioners half-grown and! wholly unripe

1 ;: have entered suit to force the fruit ML Dora cor. Times-Union. of the vessel. The crew of the boat belong will go into annual encampmentthis "1 have to thank you for a.vfng
wife's life two We baa
I year at Forts Dade and DeSoto, my years ago.
issuance of license. continued with the doctor until the
who have spent two days In looking for
it Prof. Tom F. McBeath, for the past at the entrance to Tampa Bay. The third doctor, like the two previous ht
their captain have given him as ones, said that nothing could be done
The water works of two principal of the Gainesville up
company Tampa: years date decided upon is October 18, and for her; that she had better be taken

frill fight the enforced reduction of graded and high school, and one cf mysteriously disappeared and will sail official orders to this effect' are exacted home from the hospital to quietly wait
her time which would not be over S
water rates and may carry the case to the most capable and most widely this morning on the return trip.-Pen- by Major M. Henry Cohen and weeks at the most. I brought her
sacola Journal.It home and then I thought probably ... 1
the United States court known educators in the state and who: Captains Moritz and Morena: in a few Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and Nervinemight

was reappointed to the principalshipcf is an unfortunate fact that the days. The Tampa Light Infantry and help her, so I got a bottle of
f The body of an infant was found on each and some Nerve and Liver Pills a

., thebeach at Pensacola Saturday. The the Gainesville school several weeks pear crop in the St. Andrews Bay country the Hillsborough Guards will, under and We soon commenced seen an to improvement give them to her.and

ago has resigned that position raving like other has this encouraged by this continued giving -
4 baby was tied in a sack nd the pre practically all fruits arrangement, not have to go far the medicine. We we gave her eleven

".4 sumption: Is that it was alive when been appointed dean of the been a signal failure the present season from home for their annual periodof bottles in all of the medicine. She

f J left on the beach. gogic department of the Mississippistate i ; yet notwithstanding this fact, Mr. field service-Tampa Evening the takes need.It occasionally I am In the now ministry if she,feels and '

college for girls at Columbus G. W. Surber, Sr., of the Pretty Bayou Sews. hare been for H years." .
: The gunboat Vixen forced 1 REV. P. MILLIGAN. +
was :Miss. He left Wednesday for Columbusand : fruit farm who usualy succeeds in "
The city council had a short special Genda Springs. Kans.
ashore In the storm ?
i great at Pensacola will immediately assume his new getting fine fruit when others fail, has:
session Tuesday night for the Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Is _
a year has been launched again purposeof sold by
.j duties.
brought to the Bouy office three lovely
your druggist, who will guarantee that
receiving tax books of the city
f to taken to the
preparatory being dry "
State tax rate 71-2 mills. Countytax pears of the Keifer variety the weightof : which was done. The total assessed the first bottle will benefit. If it falls
tdock for repairs. he will refund your money. .
which is of three
upwards poundsand
rates-for schools 7 mills for roads valuation of the real and personal

The saloon In Dade county will close 7 mills general revenue 2 mills fine the largest one turns the scales at property is 1402000. The tax is 17 Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind

today and be sealed tight until the! result and forfeiture 2 mills-total county almost one-and-a-half pounds. He says mills. The books will be closed on

of the prohibition election is made rate 18 mills. State and county added his crop was light, but the few he did the first of December. Mr. Rheinaues

. known. This action is taken on account 251-2 mills. To this should be added have were exceedingly fine.-St. Au Introduced a very excellent ordinance The MostValsobleL'Sof Yacht and Boob
Boot lislud.
Building ever !
of the high license which in the the 3 mill tax In all twenty-four school drews Buoy. which provides that hereafter all

.. vent of the county voting dry would sub districts except Fort Ogden where The special car of the Department of gates must open either toward the in RUDDERHOWTO is

j be difficult to recover. the special school tax is 2 mills. The Commerce and Labor which was here side or automatically. Mr. Gates introduced BOOKS

While working at a shingle machineat amounts to be collected on the above last June to convey an exhibit of trop. an ordinance matting is compulsory Over joco boats have been built from the fines

valuations are: For state, $31,208.121-2 ical fish to the Jamestown exposition to leave a plot between the side- printed in these books-Successfully sailed in
the mill at Fairbanks Tuesday after every clime and upon every sea-Full detail
at four Fletche for the county $76,441.52, Everglades arrived here again a few days ago. Another walk and the streets for grass and drawing of all parts, showing what it Is and
noon half-past o'clock
how to make it-Text extremely simple,
the dralnage$9,215,60.-Punta Gorda Herald shipment of fish was broughtover shade trees. Mr. Carroll asked that
of L F.
fourteen-year-old son
Tillman had the misfortune to get from Key West on the steamship the pay of the night policemen be increased W foot arow ntbmt, tjirk i mj la heM;franc*kit to 0*
...rfj goat no**beat fur a Uy.Ieara th.btinima I..
both hands horribly mutilated in the Dunnellon is growing with solidity Miami today and put on board of the from $50 to $60 In order to obtain HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK

which will northward tomorrow more efficient for the service. A CM boat for tltrnmt ...ling kneeling abort b S
cogs.-Gainesville Sun. and permanency. Its ephermeral daysare car go men .oaI ".'-' II..................r.I.--o. l;aIoup....W p
over. You no longer hear talk of morning. The men who are in charge -ocala Banner. rig; full|>lana..a I pieta.r*of completed beata.

Orlando will have a new opera house the bottom out of of the fish report that at the expositionthis HOW...TO BUILD A RACING..SLOOP. .
falling phosphateand Deputy Sheriff Gore came near losing nKTrwfnl radar aurkae r d *;iirn d a prlam .
some of these days. A movement is exhibit attracts more attention .-bo in AMIA u sail AutralU i easy to bail I_ '
a collapse in phosphate values; the thumb on his left hand a few town with. 1

( on foot to form a chain of opera houses not unless In mining the rich fertilize than any other part of the show. The lights ago In an assault made upon HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
over the state and bill first class Simple and practical.h__ h vt.contract a UUK| {
only fish from these waters, being of the _
"j rock the excavation tumbles Into the :atm by two brothers in North Miami lIaU tor u*with any or. brr"T Iotaer pUnk
attractions. This will be good news brightest colors easily take first placeas HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
celestial kingdom we overheard all Mr. Gore states that the men have had
A fine all ann4 moilifl.t bo.t bia
to the people of Orlando and assures beautiful specimens.-Miami Rec .... ; good c ;
; suitable lurakajuw wt
bosses of 40 foot
peak removing overburden it in for him for some time and attacked
.- a winter of enjoyment. ord. HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT
I as a little bit of subbish. The him witnout provocation. He had A dTrr little snit boat,sung moderate orerbaagt aw

Carrie Reed colored, was murdered overburden cuts no figure if the right The fishing season is now on, an'i one of the men by the back of the mall sail pba.
last Thursday at St. Petersburg and kind of rock is underneath, for the the Savarese, :Mcllvaine and other fish- head tnd throat, when the other brother Kmff'.h.iW;"'" H"iJ("'itchtjuI th.nmftfor a bo;
to bfgia wrtkcma b>built.erf cheaply,erttter aloop or cat rig
the body was found on the beach. A miner finds It richer the deeper he l in fleets will from now on be decidedly struck at him with a bottle. He HOW TO BUILD A MOCCL YACHT '

: contusion the head revealed the goes.-ocala Star. A ronplete<< dnrnption of bow to fcoiU model &..
on busy at the snapper banks. The fish dodged the lick aimed at his head but >f skiff .... ia aail Jit moJela. a ;aIM

1 method employed by the murderer to Park M. Trammell who is well ing industry is one from which Florida In doing so brought his hand and his

. kill the woman. No clue to the murderer draws several hundred thousand!- assailant's head in range of the blow PRICE $1. EACH
: known all over the state as a risinglawyer ; MtPA er EXPafaa NYWMIKC
has been discovered. and will law lars annually and Tampa comes in fo:- which fell across the left thumb the
statesman open Bound in cloth-Gold lettering:-Size of page .
1 Shipments of fish on ice from this offices in Tampa on October 1. Mr. a considerable share. George Green bottle breaking and besides crushing 9 by i a inches-Large,clearly-drawn plans.

and Elmo Ceconi are fitting their fishing the member badly entirely severed the
! port for the week ending Tuesday Trammell has conducted a successfullaw THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. '

; night amounted to five carloads in business at Lakeland for several schooner Silver Spray for an expedition bone near the first joint. The head of I i Munn r STRICT New YO'". U. S. A

'bulk and 82 barrels aggregating 136- "ears-In fact, ever since his admission ; to the snapper banks. TIter his antagonist was| also cut by the Snail fojlal far Catalogue of Books forvachtimtn't

have leased their broken Later in the botr Library.
; sponge schooner t\J glass. night
000 pounds. The arrest of a numberof to the bar-and has decide. I
: law several Greeks, who will begin opera I men were arrested by Deputy Sherit' .r-
our fishermen by the Lee county enter a larger field. His partner
tions at Tarpon Springs when the season Morris and yesterday released on bal
authorities caused a falling off in the John S. Edwards. will remain at Lakeland

shipments.-Punta Gorda Herald. and look after the business of opens October 1. At that time on a charge of assault and battery

that office assisted by :Mr. more than 1,000 Greeks will be engaged vliami Metropolis.Of t'bi10i1
Canned sardines eaten at supper in the .
big sponge industry at Tarpon
the latter's is re- --- ---- !
last night, poisened the entire familyof 1
Springs.-Tampa Evening News.
quired.-Tampa Times.It Interest To Woman r
the River
Mr. Gregory, residing on
The projected substantial improvements 30 such women as are not seriously out f i
Division of the Tampa Electric Com has been decided to locate another B.ata s
for Monticello are a $tOOQj of he&IthAbul who have exacting dutiesto
Medical attention was given company of United States Coast Artillery bare stool the
pany. pprtordL either in the way of house- test for over 50 yean,
members of the family were the fortifications at the en- courthouse, $10,000 compartment warehouse and are still in the lead. Their absolute
and all the at he !d cares or In social duties and func- certainty of growth,their uncommonly
$25,000 tobacco
syndicate a
very ill through the night, but are reported trance to Tampa bay. The condition titavwhichVseriously tax their strength, large yields of delicious vegetables and 6
brick plant to cost between $7,000 md beautiful flowers, make them the most
wefriS oVursing mothers Dr. Pierce'sFavorite
improving today.-Tampa Ev of the present two companies wouldwarrant as reliable and the most popular every. P
$10,000 an ice plant to cost $10,000 Prescription has proved a most l
ening News.Grapefruit. this if nothing else did. One a where. Sold by all dealers. 1907 ,
dozen modern cottages and a model valuable supyrting tonic and Invigorating Seed Annual free on request
of the companies the one at Fort Dade It tfroMy UP, much 0. M. FERRY A CO..
and oranges are now De- .I nervine. By ?
r bakery, and when we have them, and Detroit, Niche
has 47 men enlisted. Its normal :nrifti" tirV-nrfl'Tand_ C'l!!"!'!nil maY bet'voidfd.
ing brought into the city and arc seen
we have reason to believe th.i
strength is 109. The company at every The +, .!' cable and the

at several stores. Although the fruit Fort DeSoto Is in a similar plight with each and every one of the enterpI!:E'S turgeonc'"-- knife. -w oLld_ it i fw Tievw! 50 YEARS't

,1.; rather early, it is of a fine qualityand mentioned will materialize in the near seldom havp.toj>e employed If this mMtt EXPERIENCE t
depleted ranks and all Hnds of tempt.Ing .
gives promise of being followed tuture-with the electric light plan 1IR P wnma reins v tyorP rn" vied "
offers are being held out by the
toin"grK>d tirnr The'k'avorite PrescrIption -
by large quantities in the near future and water works which have
we now 1
army officers to secure men to take -has proven\ great boon to expectant
The local market will bo well suppiie.1 the places of those whose enlistment together with long and short distance I mothers by preparing the system for the t

by the middle of next month with apart telephone systems two railroads, t\\O coming of baby, thereby rendering child-
periods have expired.-Tampa EveningNews. : I
of the early crop.-Miami Record. banks, a large stave factory. Ions ai.d birth :safe, easy, and almost painless.
Bear in mind, pl<*a.-e that Dr. Pierce's TRADE MARKS
short cotton extensive
ginner tur
The target practicing by two small Favorite Prescription is not a secret or DESIGNS a
will be engaged in this week Forced to put into this port by tlu pentine still inside the corporation. patent medicine, against which the most COPYRIGHTS &.c.

gunboats the vessel to storm of a few days ago, the crew of with several stills and saw mills in the intelligent people are quite naturallyaverse quietly Anyone; uertin sending oar a sketch. :n.a2 description may; aa

off Santa Rosa Island the fishing smack G'orie111ar I of Immediate vicinity, we will have z because of the uncertainty as to invention 'aprnhabiypatentable.! Handbook CommonttalionsstncttreonadenttaL t'arenuent I

engage n such mimic warfare being St. Petersburg, are in a bad fix, ovdr.:: town well the their composition and harmless: character, f Tffi. OldMt aacncy for jecnnng patents.
up among most progre-s- Patents taken through ilunn & (o. receive
the Paducah. Both of but is a MEDICINE or Mows COMPOSITION -
Dubuque and to the lo'sf their captain, why m);ate special notice, without cbarze. lathe
be at the Pensa a full list of all its Ingffdipnt..lJt'inprinted
these vessels are to after the sale of. Lest Scientific americans
riously disappeared We in plain! English, on every bottle-
cola navy yard and as soon as matters the of the boat and who has : An examination of this lift of ... t
cargo 't't-bahy i io restless, can't sWp at wrapper. A hiuidnonirty Bln<"'tfttf .111; ,. Torrent rjrcnlaiKm -
straightened out thty will try out Ingredients will di>cluse the fact that it is of any mnentiBe }Iumal" Term.S3 *
are been heard from. With the night won't eat cries Ale
not yet spasmodically. non-alcoholic in its composition, chemically Coat: four month!.|L Soidhyallnewsdealen. .
their guns on the government raag captain went the | received fqr the .the of White's Cream \Yrmifmrpnever I pure triple-refined glycerine taking;! ; MUNN & CO,361 BroadwaJ, Hew York

off Santa Rosa IsImd.Pensacolaews. fails to cure. Every mother !! the place of the commonly used alcoholin Branch Office ,',25 F Washington..P.
fish, and also the navigation papersHerbine honlolin'l __ =
her baby White's Cream (' : its make-up. In this connection it -

many times when the baby i is pale and may not be out of place to state that the

"Fernandina has the best sidewalksof fretful, the mother not know whatto "Favorite Prescription of Dr. Pierce is KILL THE COUGHAND
lo. A bottle of this medicine would the only medicine put up for the cure of
remarkwas Will\! indigestion and weakness and ailments CURE THE LUNGS
any city in this state. overcome : dyspepsia lirins color to his cheeks and lanirliter woman peculiar i
rt_lllatl' the bowels anal cure liver arl1lki.lnt'Y and sold through druggists, all
made by a drummer as he passel his eves. Give it a trial. S)}M by Banner the ingredients of which have the unanimous

through the exit of the Seaboard Air is the complaints.It best Mood enm-her and invigorator Drug Store and Titusville Pharmacy. I endorsement! of all the leading WITH Dr. King'sNew y
medical writers and teachers of all the
Line depot Thursday morning. Ho in the world. It is pnrelv vegetable several schools of practice, and that too

had been here a few months ago and perfectly liarmless, and -liould yon as remedies for the ailments for which
be a sufferer from disease:, you will use it CASTORIAFor Favorit l'rpS<"ription" is rP\'OmmpndPd. Discovery
was forced to walk over decomposedshell if you are wie.R. A little book of those! endowments will

partly covered by water. He appreciated X. Andrews editor and manager: Infants and Children. be sent to any address, post-paid and I Price '
Cocoa and Rockled News Cocoa Fla. absolutely free If you request same by FOR CONSUPtlPTION SOc & s t.00 '
and was ; ,
the letter of Dr. R. V. Pierce
write*: "I have used your Heroine inmy The Kind You Have Always Bought postal fcuffalo.card N.,Y.or Free Trial.
his pleasure.Fernardina
quick to express family and find it-a excellentmedicine"
most Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con-
Record. Its effects upon myself have Bears theSignature stipation. Constipation is the cause of I Guaranteed for all THROAT and

been a marked enefit." Sold by BannerDrug I[ of I iJ ir1 many diseases. Cure the cause and you LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY
Fire originating at 11:45 Friday in a I| Store and Titusville Pharmacy. cure the diswse. Easy to take as candy. I BACK.



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You would gladly mortgage your WE CANNOT SAY TOO MUCH .

Entered at the postoffice at Tituirffle.
v econd-class mail matter.- business to pay for a policy of "Pro

fit Insurance," wouldn't you?
Kill 8.Wager, Editor and Pabll h r. If you could take out a policy? of These Women Say, in Substance, That Before

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING insurance which guaranteed you cer- They Took Pe-ru-naThey Were Miserable. s

tain dividends from your store, or 9p If

it It must be clearly understood that neither business enterprise, securing against % ,
Were Weak and Wretched f
P Tim STA* nor its editor is responsible for They ;
opinions expressed by correspondents. losses, you would be glad to lose a

little sleep in securing a form of insurancewouldn't -
After Taking Pe-ru-na They Were Restored to '
Darrow ofF s
Lawyer Clarence S. you? x" 3

Chicago, who was such a sensational And, yet, in any business under Health and Usefulness s I # fi

figure in the Haywood trial at Boise the sun, what amounts to such a

1 t: some weeks back, is said to be very policy of insurance is embraced in This Is the Whole Story In a Nutshell ,>:' / iiiIIii1 / IIf

ill of brain tumor in a Boise hospital. an intelligent advertising campaign.No $*. /

Possibly the fact that there was an advertising campaign that was Pe-ru-na Can Do Such Wonders For These :: i

incipient tumor on his brain at the well-devised, and carried out with Women It Can Do the Same For You / ,. ;

time was what made Mr. Darrow so unflinching persistence, ever failedto

F ';!" violent in his language and manners furnish actual "Profit Insurance"for r A
.:" during the trial. a business. The housewife i is the one I i

.r The cost of this sort of insurancefor who is best able to judge of j ,y '-tRy, ,f jY ; f '

< The beef eaters of the country will a store or other enterprise is not the relative merits of family < MD TI' annIS

t hope that their guests,the beef pack "beyond your means"unless you medicines. It is she that ;

r ers, enjoyed that little $10,000 ban- are one of the folks who ought not knows the many uses of Pc- ; Mrs. E. T.Gaddii.Marion

quet in Chicago Tuesday night. The to be in business at all, which you runa in the fanvly! It is .> r. ; Zl N.C.,writes:
U YI A "Before I commenced to
.i beef eaters, of course, are delighted are not! This cost is partially pay- upon her testimonial fiat rssY./r 1 tj< r take Pernna I could not do

to pay increased prices for their able in cash, of course, but only par- chiefly depends the popu- any hard work without Buffering -
:{ :;: {' :.Y ?: ;; great pain. I took
steaks and roasts in order that their tially. A large part of it is payablein i larity which Peruna enjoys. ry ; y ::. ,'-.. Peruna and Manalin,and can

.. Y friends, benefactors and guests, the intelligence, in the capacity to \, lay with pleasure they have

. ; packers, may enjoy $10,000 dinners profit by experience, in what is gen- 3r'riii{ ; done more for me than any
'$ '' s'} .3f'' other medicine I have ever
from time to time. erally known as "gray matter." ttiyr.rJxt #t'' 4
taken. Now I am as well as
This does not mean that you must ever, I do all my own work

L;: There was a motor boat race on "worry." It means you must think } +p gav>?, ;wpry ;3Yr } ;, ,{ {+ and it never hurts me at all. I

the St.Johns river last Saturday, at. -that you must plan and execute. ,\ think Pernna is a great medicine -
,'. xo; >f, :' for
I s; Jacksonville, at which event the winner You can make your advertising ati, ,tlYv7 From Grateful Women.
}i '
; made 14 miles an hour. Jack- campaign your "Policy of Profit In- t>..}x :{ t MI was troubled with suppressed
: .. sonville is pretty well up on automobiles an d: pan' me nstrnation. I took
surance. I
EflK.A. UUF1I1JJ Peruna according to your directions,
Uaint in it" the
but just on "
and now I am well -: James Eish-
i: motor boat question. Down hereon HOW EXTENSION : :<;; Pe-ru-na Gave Health. mey,Grape, Mich.

I ;.; Indian river 14 miles is slow. We REPORTS DIFFERPress Mrs. A. E.Stouffer, Capioma, "We have been using Pernna for some
make Kansas, writes: time. To speak from astandpomtof
'. have a number of boats that
Interviews with Mr. Flaglerand "Peruna has given me health perience I can candidly say that Pernna
from 16 to 22 miles an hour. "'" '"< and strength; it is the best medicine is the remedy for female weakness.
I(+ r":, Mr. Parrott in New York ; .: that was ever made for "From a personal test and from the

:. The Democrats have no chance Henry M. Flagler, vice president I women My friends say they testimony of many others I shall not
;" tUl never saw such a change in a hesitate to recommend it, especially to
of winning in Massachusetts this of the Standard Oil company, was g Ott r woman. I talk to every one all suffering women." -Mrs. M. P.

;::41': year. They made the mistake of seen by a press representative at his' \;;:;;: about Peruna. I cannot bay too Jones, Burning Springs, Ky.
office Friday after an extended ab- :<:: much for it." "I suffered from
< nominating two tickets. There must
y sence at Breton Woods due originally A Remedy for Women. catarrh for many PE-RU-NA FOR
i : :, have been great mismanagement; to poor health. Mr. Flagler said ":h It is safe to say that we have years, but since PELVIC DISEASES.
there wouldn't have been taking Pernna I
otherwise thousands of letters written to
ticket and that he was feeling much better, MRS. CAROLINESUNDHElMERi- /; Dr.Hartman from women who feel strong and w ll. As I used Peruna
I such a result. With one and was ready, if need be, to testify p15 repeat the came sentiment to be and Manalin while I was passing
i a platform calling for a radical reduction before the Master in the StandardOil found in Mrs. Stouffer's testimonial through the change of life, I am positively -

in tariff the Democrats proceedings now in progress in Stronger Than for Years. : "My friends say they convinced your beneficial reme-
1 saw such a change in a dies have relieved me of all my ills."-
of win-
I .... I would have stood a chance this city. Mrs.Caroline Sundheimer,ClarksLa., woman." Over and over again this Mrs.Mathilde Richter, Doniphan,Neb.
ning. With two tickets they will Referring to his railroad under- writes: sentence is penned by grateful women "I suffered with pelvic catarrh until I
d simply be lost sight of in the election. taking in Florida, where he is build- "I am feeling quite well now. I can who are more than willing that we wrote to Dr. Hartman,and after taking
E{:."tr' ing an extension of the Florida East work again and am stronger than I have should use their words to assist other treatment as he advised, I can say I am
been for years, and I do believe that suffering women in finding a cure. cured of this most trying affliction for
Coast West Mr.
Railway to Key
Chemists have long tried to manufacture -, Pernna saved my life. Pernna a great medicine for women. which I am truly thankful. I never felt
precious stones in their laboratories Flagler said that he was getting the "I lam very thankful to you for your It cleanses the inside of the body in better in my life than I do at present."
t. construction work on that line in advice. I will advise all I can to take much the same way that water cleansesthe Mrs. Etta Booker, Dundurn, Bask: .
w -. but have only succeeded such shape that it can temporarily jwar medicine." outside of the body. N.W.T..Can.
t l, in producing one-the ruby-on a
abandoned on January 1 next if no --
>> t : .t- commercially paying basis. Within improvement appears in the general pect to have the road completed to BookerVashington's Plantation the east seems willing to furnish the

; the last month artificial sapphires monetary situation. He had madeup the middle of Knight's Key and Times-Union Short Talks. money. But this is quite a development -

':" : '.'" have been announced, and some of his mind, he said, after that dateto boats running from that point to For the Tuskegee institute Booker of the original idea. In New
\ them have reached New York from postpone any further work until Cuba. Washington has bought a plantation i York and Ohio the purchase of pro-

Paris. Hydrofluoric acid has no effect improvement sets in. He expressedthe "Since the beginning of this work giving 18,000 acres in a body, for a perty by negroes is resisted becauseit

on the new sapphires. The fear that the present tightness our construction has covered the I I I decreases the value of adjacent
If it is desired
iJf4.. imitation, however, has a specific I of money, which he had foreseen fora entire line between Homestead and negro colony. I I holdings. If the same effect followsin
I time West. segregate the negroes there will be the south we hope the public will
gravity considerably lower than that long would not be quickly Key I I
i remedied.Mr. "We have had forces at work at no objection urged in the south, and be patient.
of the real sapphire, and is softer
i.c Flagler said that it was a plea- both ends and in the middle.
than it. Another difference is that, ;
( sure to him to realize that a great "This has been done largely in or- r'0"V'r; SJ'" (:I' \ .
.... 'crt:1
while the natural stone refracts -.
r deal of praise had been given to him der that the work might finally be

) ferent colors brilliantly from different in Florida for the work which he had completed more quickly. I

t f Z surfaces, the imitations do this done in the construction of his line o"Reviewing the situation on Au- i SCHOOLBOOKS 'l E.

.,; only slightly or not at all. The in that state, which had opened up gustlwe found thatby concentrating

"\.. foreign manufacturers have refused to settlement a large stretch of all the machinery and forces that

to say how the new imitations are I country which he decribed as the we had available on that part of the 1 t

made. finest in the world. Thousands ofpeople line north of Knight's Key we could '-

who went down there poor get that portion into operation by

RoadBuildingIachiner)" are now prosperous producing citizen the middle of January and have it

i- The board of county commissioners ?.. earning" something instead of lying I II 1 AND SUPPLIESWholesale II
Mr.llaglershowsvery little trace
were entertained again this week by : I Ii
of his recent illness which he de-
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the roads machiner'repre3entath'e3. Weekly Weather Report. t
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clared was not a:;serious as had been and Retail t
fif! but the board decided to postpone JCPITER Oct. b. 1907. |
believed. "I am well enough to testify -
Comparative statement temperatures
x r: consideration of purchasing such : if they want me to," he said, as and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. j' q l Mail Orders Promptly Filled [li
191)1 IIlI6'JUTF I
% machinery for 60 days.
he walked about his office with a M\\, MIS. M,X. MIVM II ,
:1 They certainly! acted wisely in this firm and elastic tread. His* face was ... 2. w 71 .9 ;;; fl THE H. & W. B. DREW CO.
3 "-j 73 !lIj 76 ljtl [
it : : respect. Let the people read the bronzed and his hand steady, and he .. 4. s.j i-, s.j i;)
in another column this week showed the beneficial effectsof .t.9f.. 72 Kl 77
report ( ) plainly .
6. "'i i9 91 7b JACKSONVILLE FLA. t3l31f
of the workings and expense of St. his stay in the mountains. 7. Fi 7 i ,>-j 74
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,., Lucie county's road machinery, and In the New York Herald, under Total rainfall for tbe'week 37 incbtos- \_. .AJ'\t____ _. _.. _. . ... \:"r"r.:__L.__ _L.\_",----. ..-,.-'.._3'_.' \ ._ _I. .
,' IV'pai-tun-rainfall for the week minus 1.19
1 they can then decide for themselves) date of October, l last Friday, is incb r>. -- --- ---

.' whether it is wise to purchase $10- given the following interview withJ. lti.31 Dt-partnre inches. rainfall !since Jan. 1st. minus

;,: 000 worth of machinery for road R. Parrott, vice president and H. P. 1UEDIV.

w building, the running expense of manager of the F. E. C. railway: Official in Charge. IS IT FAIR?

which, under favorable conditions, "The construction of the Key Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer, .

will cost over $1,000 per mile of road West extension of the Florida East I Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf
your blood i* impure, thin, diseare+J, I
% built, to say nothing of accidents to Coast railroad has not been abandoned hot or full of humors, if you hate blood To expect your local merchants to carry a full stock of goods

machinery, or interest on the money and there is no intention of poison cancer, carbuncle, eating some, : and be prepared to sell you a few pounds of flour a necktie or a
abandoning it," said J. R. Parrott, Mrofnla, eczema, itching, risings and few pieces of lumber for your conveniences, and then when you
invested. vice president and general bumps, scabby, pimply skin, bone pains, ; want a barrel of flour, a suit of clothes or a carload of lumber to
Such an investment of road ma manager catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or send off for it?
of the Florida East Coast line and skin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm
chinery in this county would also ((1l. B B.) Soon all sores heal, ache When town needs
for the last twenty years Mr. Flag- your help, or a subscription for charity is
i require new and extra strong bridgesover I ler's right hand man in all his flor- and pore puns and! rich.stop DrujKriet"and the blood or by i is made wanted, do you send to those merchants away from home and
all the creeks and rivers in this express. ask for it? If not, WHY? Suppose you do pay slightly
I ida enterprises,at the Holland House f 1 per large bttU Sample free by writing more
for home
in order the Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. B. B. your goods at you get it back. Your local merchant
county transport last
( night. B. is especially advised for chronic, deep. helps pay taxes and aids in every local cau* .
t same from one precinct to another. "By the middle of January we ex- seated cases, as it cures after all else fails.



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f, r&_ GOOD- ROADS alongside and riding, the party proceeded Great Camp MeetingThe
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MACHINE TRIED to the point of unloading. F. E. C. Railway will sell tickets iiiiiiigiggiuigigiigggggigg

I" \ "'-- There the method of spreading, to Titusville and return under the ,
(.! Brevard Delegation Inspects the turning and the backward run was I following conditions for the annual .

{l-.i-- -Plant demonstrated. It, consists of campmeeting, to be held here commencing .
Working at Oslo opening
f : Oct. 22nd and ending 28th:
' '., From the Fort Pierce News. the bottom of the car and pulling II From St. Augustine, West Palm

iw -- UponlnVltationotW. A. Neal, Sr., along the road at regular gait, I Beach and intermediate stations to

-r"f. .:_ : quite a party visited, Oslo Wednes- and a spread four and a half feet Titusville, round-trip tickets will I

,. _' ", day and viewed the road machinery wide, six inches deep, is laid on the be sold daily, October 22nd to 25th Jas. Pritchard & Son
:"::5-::..' inclusive, at rate one and one-third
road. The in little
engine turns
at work. Four members of the Bret a fares, with final limit October 29th,
vard board of more than its own length and picksup
county commissioners 1907. Saturday and Sunday, October

had made' the trip to look it over the cars on the run back, turning 26th and 27th, round-trip tickets Handle the Finest Lines of

with view them by the backing and will be sold at the following low
to buying,and The News process
rates limited and Shelf HardwareOur
Monday following Heavy
the thing is done.
man,was invited to take the trip and date of sale to return:
how The method of building road adopted -
see the plant worked. In
St. Augustine Elkton, Incl ________ fl.OO
r' party were: R. A. Conkling, chairman in St. Lucie county is placing two Armstrong and Hnrds_____________. .90
rows of material four and half Hastings to East Palatka including Fa- Stock of
of the Brevard county board; a lath and San Mateo ______________ .80
T. A. Robinson, J. :M. Osban and feet wide parallel to each other, Yelvington to Sew Smyrna. Incl_____ .65 '
with about between Hawks Park______._._______________ .60 Guns and Sporting Goodsis {
Tomf Johnson, members of the aboveboard a foot or two Oak Hill__________________________ .50 ; f
N. M. Fish then crowning it in the center with .yrata ........_.._..??.___________ .40
; supervisor of 'ritchards__________________________ .25 complete at all times
roads in Brevard county; Commis- another' layer of the same dimen- Delespine to Sharpes________________ .30
sions. Each car spreads for a distance City Point__________..:..__,.___________ .40
sioner J. F. Bell, of the St. Lucie Cocoa and Rockledge________________ .50
board, R. E. Mims, Jr., J. D. Al- of forty feet. Six cars on a Coquina and Bonaventure____________ .65
trip lays complete road of three Pineda and Eau Gallie ____._______... .75 Paints and Oils of
mond, of Fort Pierce,D. H. Conklingof a }lelbonrne to Grant, Incl___________ 1.00 Quality .
the Tribune and A. B. Brown of layers eighty feet long. Taking as Micro to Quay, Incl.-_-______________ 1.25
___________.____ __
ifford __________ 1.40 one of our Specialties
The News. a basis eight miles of road, an aver- rero to Fort Pierce, Incl ____________ 1.50

The entire age haul of four miles (eight miles White City to Jensen, Inc. ____________ 1.50
i party on arriving at Wawa to Gomez. Incl._______________ 1.75
Oslo proceeded at once to the scene round trip) the engine or train will Hobe Sound to Riviera. Incl.__________ 1.90

Yt of operation over the temporaryroad make two trips a day, building 160 West Palm Beach___________________ 2.00 Quotations for large or small orders will ; _

built during the past few days feet of road each day. This makesa Sanford branch: be given personal attention. Mail Orders ;:

1.ale of road thirty-three Grange _________.________________ .20 solicited and promptly filled '
f to reach the rock quarry. We were every lirns and Turnbull ________________h .25 '
r, impressed by the firmness of this days. Now the cost of hauling each inrantia to Cow Creek, Incl________ .30
day is estimated at $12 follows stcen to Sanford, Inc._______ _______. .:.0 TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
as : ..1J
road the ,
temporary although ma- Leave Sanford at 10-00 a. m. Arrive at Ti- : .

[ terial spread thinly Engineer________________________ | 300 tusville at 12.20 p. m.
was as as possible Fireman________________________ 2 00 Returning leave Titusville: at 11:15; m. ..,J' .
t: and the hard surface is only Road man_______________________ 2 00 p. ,lWfyWfYli1 >
I, about Oil and extras________________ 1 (N> From St. Augustine: "I
two inches thick. 'Vood________________________.___ 4 00 Leave Augustine_____________ 8-00
a. m. ------------ ----- --
! The plant is situated about a quarter Leave __________________
Daytona 10:52
Total-_______________t____________ $ 12 W a. m. Fensacola's Large Shipments TIME IS MONEYThis
r of a mile from the railroad in a Leave Port Orange -----------11x2 a. m. I
At twelve dollars day for thirty- Leave New Smyrna _____________11:30 a. m. I Despite the unfavorable weather
'k hammock and the size and immensity a Leave Oak Hill__________________11:43 a. m. I
t' of the outfit would surprise the five days puts the cost of hauling, Arrive Titusville___._____________12.20 p. m. conditions which hare prevailed during -

, casual observer. It includes a rock spreading, etc., at $396.00 per mile. Returning leave Titusville________11:00 p. m. the past week at this port, there

The heaviest part of the cost, how- These trains will stop at intermediate was a large amount of timber, lumber.
crusher with all the attachments -
p necessary and crusher. stations on flag to take on passen- naval stores, cotton<< and phosphatesent
is at the
including a large bin ever, quarry and will to let them off
gers stop re- out to foreign port, thfe value of
t where an endless chain of scoops Nine laborers are necessary in the turning. Conductors will sell tickets the same being In excess of 200000.
pit and at the crusher at $1.50 per from non-agent stations.
to the elevator
running dumps
up The amount of cotton shipped was
: the crushed rock to be loaded onto .day each and a stationary engineerat
less than one thousand square bales,
Letter to Miss Susie Teeter.
the Connected with the crusher $2, wood $1.50, general supervision -
cars. Titnsville, Fla., but this was only the advance shipment -
is a car track running about a $3, making a total of $20 per Dear Madam: Here's another problem for of the large amount which will

hundred feet into the rock pit. The day, making the total cost of build- .those arithmetic and algebra scholars: be handled at the port during the sea
If Devoe is worth$1.75 gallon,and spreads
: car loaded in the pit is drawn to the ing roads at $1056 per mile. This a half further than average paint, and wears son which is just now opening. Dar-

crusher by a cable. estimate is based on actual and con- I twice as long what is average paint worth a lug the week there were shipped out
gallon put-on painters' wages being $3.50 a is just as true in regard to Sewing
Aside from this is the traction stant running without counting accidents day and a day's work a gallon of paint 4.217.000 superficial feet of timber and Machines as anything else

or providential hinderances The answer is minus $1.75 a gallon. That lumber, over three thousand tons of Shuttle Machines
engine and six road cars, which havea is: you could afford to paint if somebody By using Long no matter

capacity of four cubic yards each. which will necessarily make it higherif gives it to you and pays half the painters' Florida phosphate, 103,766 gallons away how well 3 hours made out,of you every are seven.actually throwing

such occur. But on the other wages. spirits turpentine, 950 bales of cotton.
The traction engine is thirty horse Yours truly THE STANDARD ROTARY SHUTTLE
hand when the work proceeds to a 44 P W DEVOE&CO 38,953 barrels of rosin and quite a num- SEWING MACHINE V
power, compound, being P. S. Jas. Pritchard &Son sell our paint. the
miscellaneous items. One of
ber of
practically four engines in It point where the engine will not be Will make 350 stitches in the same time Long
one. the of distinctive features of last week's shipping Shuttle Machines make only 200.
is of a type distinctly new, this one constantly draining supply Treasurers Statement.Oct The Standard Rotary Principal is most sci-
rock from the bin by reason of the was the large amount of bunker entifically correct, which fact has been proven
being the first double compound 1st. 1907.> coal which was supplied to vessels. by 25 years successful use in all parts of the
engine ever turned out for road short hauls and quick trips the force I Bal cash on hand Sept, 1st 1907 $22.780 51 There were nearly four thousand tons world and by our competitors continuously ,
in the quarry and at the crusher can Amount received in Sept 1907 304 05; trying to copy it without success. THE
work, thus giving St. Lucie county loaded in bunkers up to noon Saturday. STANDARD GRAND ROTARY, THE .
the distinction of using the first be reduced and likewise the cost of Total t:3,084 56 Pensacola News. WORLD'S BT SEWING MACHINE u two
Less warrants paid in Sept 1907 machines in one-Lock and Chain Stitch-
engine of this type designed especially and warrants delivered toCounty Ball Bearing Stand-Straight Automatic Lift. j
for sandy countries. The front members of the board of Commissioners andBoard of Public S10O Reward S10O. Do not fail to investigate the merits of the
Fastest,Most Silent, Easiest Running and the
of Dade Instruction. ( 3,129 17
commissioners coun- The readers of this will be
wheels have a tread of eighteen inches county paper pleasedto most durable Sewing Machine made, THE ,J.
and engineer went yester- Bal cash hand Out 1 1907 ,, learn that there is at least one dreadful STANDARD ROTARY. "A demonstration
ty an up on $19.9.-) 39
and the rear or drive wheels disease that science has been able to cure in "
a revelation. Write for prices and Easy Pay-
day to view the plant at work. These all its and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
This: amount is held as follows stages ment Plan. Guaranteed Sewing Machines
spread over thirty-eight inches each gentlemen have already agreed to Deposited in Indian River Cure is the only positive cure knownto f 12.00

' and act as a crusher on the road.It buy and as soon as they are satisfied I State Bank, as per Cashiers certificate the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a The up.Standard Sewing Machine Co.,
attached to monthly statement constitutional disease. requires a constitutional -
58 S. Broad St,Atlanta Ga.
is immense affair by the actual operations, as they
an weighing and cash in safe. $19,955 39 treatment. Hall's Catarrh Lure is
fifteen tons, and is so arranged that undoubtedly were yesterday, the or- The balances belonging to each Fund are fcs taken internally, acting directly ijpon the The Standard Sewing Machineis
der will go in for a plant for Dade follows blood and mucous surfaces of the system
it can be converted to many uses. County Revenue-General Fund f 1.973 66 thereby destroying the foundation of the disease sold by the Indian River
driver be county. County road and bridge fund_.. 12.i lIS: and giving the patient strength in Music House, Titusville
For instance, a pile can Building fund___________________ 12 52 building up the constitution and assisting
attached to build bridges and a saw Full line of Standard and Favorite Fine and forfeiture fund.______ 3.132 54 nature in doing its work. The proprietorshave
sewing machines now in stock at In- Special road fund Dist No. 1. 19 82 so much faith in its curative powers,
for producing lumber, using the .. .. .. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
Dollars for
dian River Music House. .. .. .. No. 2. 1,0113: 72 that they offer One Hundred any i
engine as power for it all, and many No. 3, 3.21650 case that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes- e
*' No. 4. 1,15)0 37 timonials. G. F.DUREH,Agent, !
other devices that necessity might Camp Meeting NoticeTo Game Warden fund____________ 1,45131 Address. F. J. CHENEY & (n., Toledo O.
Property of deceased persons fund 16 82 Sold by Druggists 75c. I
dictate. the friends and patrons of our camp- County school fund______________ 54 7U Hall's Family Pills are the best Florida and \ '
The supply of road material at meeting, greetingI :- Special tax school Dist No 1.____ 92 70 !
that point is great. A vein of rock take this method to inform yon why we Special school fund "(,"state aid .3 75 \

and marl of a depth of from four to will only run the camp meeting one week. Total $ 19,933-I 39Respectfully 0. A. STEWART -_ Western ;:
will allow the
First, because the state not (
eight feet is spread all over that railroad company to give any of the ministers JoaN HENRY, 1' .'

hammock only waiting to be dug up passes and it would be too much expense for County Treasurer. FIRE ) Meats

crushed and spread on the roads to them to go to and from their homes for two KL/: t

give St. Lucie county the best high- weeks and pay their way. DeSoto County's Assessment Insurance : of all Kinds :
Secondly, because; everybody waits for thelast Hon. F. M. Cooper, tax assessor of
in the state. Mr. Neal, who i
ways Sunday to come to the camp ground, and DeSoto county, completed last week
had with all mannerof wait, TITUSVILLE TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
has experience when I ask them why they they givea the tax books for 1907 and kindly furnIshed FLORIDA j
that this plausible reason by saying that they
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furnishes the best material he has have only money enough to cope one Sundayand interesting figures: I represent some of the leading r
they want to be there when they can of Pleasant .
the world and a
ever seen to put on roads in its see all of their friends. So I find also that Total acres in county . 2,707,720 business companies entrusted will any Spend
to me receive -
natural state, and St. Lucie county our tent renters never make anything on the Total acres in cultivation 2,066,51 prompt andcareful attention alf dour

has it in a number of places in suf- first Sunday, but are simply getting into Value of real estate . .$2,707,720 -

ficient quantities to build our roads. debt. Therefore, we decided to run but one Value of railroads . . 527.S62

Notwithstanding the fact that the Sunday.We Value of telegraphs . .. 52 BOBBINS .
will begin on Tuesday, the 2"!, and run
the Value of personal propeity 17.65--)
labor has prevented
scarcity until the 28th of OU. We will begin the low *
plant from running at full capacity, rates on Saturday and run all of our special Total value of all property $4,161OS4 GRAHAM

Mr. Neal gave a demonstration of: trains on Sunday to bring every body, havea A Certain Cure for Croup-Used for co.,

the working of the outfit and the good time and go away rejoicing. Sow Ten Years Without a FailureMr. r
when Eev. C. T. Moton. our pastor, comes to (Incorporated Paid up Capital $25.000.CO
from Brevard was con- W. C. Bott Ind.. hard
delegation solicit aid. you will know why we will not aStarCit/, t
vinced of its efficiency. Two round run but one week. I think we will be able ware merchant, is enthusiastic: in his This company own landsin looker over tk. HENRY BOSCH COM-
prase of Chamberlain's Cough Ifrmedy the Indian Hirer Country PANY WALL PAPER samples at year
trips were made with four cars of to do about as well financially as we eve His children have all been subject to ,on the M. Lncie River, own hoax-*ittinc comfortably t* Fare
marl and dumped on the road. have if we can only get your continued sup- croup and he has used this remedy for at New River, and on Biscayne MT chair! Yea can m l. a b.tteuelectio. 1\
the >ast ten 'ear'l.!' and though they Dutch! I'ay. that way than by nnuekicff the atore
and j _
Every movement of the engine port.Let Y sea be whole lia.-the very latest
me say right here that I have found feared the croup, Ins wife and he always
desires-iS. loveliest tints and ricbetsolar
cars was watched closely by every the white people of Titusville to be the most felt safe upon rHirin when a bottle of PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES effect.including imported pattern ,

member of the party. Starting liberal broad hearted people that I have Chamberlain's Cough Remedy wa in the send for land list. Everything good ia wall .-p r. ia tile i
house. His oldest child was subject to Botch IhM.It' .
at the bin ever met especially when it is to help a good
from the loading point severe attacks of croup, but this remedynever OFFICES .cvnony. too--yo rat tile lowest
cause. I have been asked time and again to New York-Cfciearo pne *. t"
the road train made a complete turn failed to effect a speedy cure. He
win call with Beach Sample
the meeting to New Smyrna but TITUSVILLE MIAMI.
move camp recommended it friend and AND
has to neighbors
foot and the beer yoa name. Look
in a seventy-five space my answer would be that to my mind ingrat- and all who have used it say that it them onr te your heart'eoa-

track of the rear car was not more itude was a great sin.I is unequaled for croup and whooping; HANDY MOTH PAPERA bey.tmt-not If a the oar host way obligation of advertMUc to- I.a87 I. 1

than six or eight feet from that of highly appreciate the kindness and protection couch. For fale by Banner Drug More the Jose.. Wall Paps

given as by you with money, influence and Titnsville Pharmacy.
: the engine.A moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed
turn can be madeon and official protection. under carpets or in the folds of fur and cloth V. W. ELDRED
right angle Thanking you in advance for your contin- O.A.J9VOXLX.A. ing it drives away moths and worry Twelve
a twenty foot road with four cars, ued support I am yours trulyA. Bun tb "'" Bead sheets in'a packet carriage prepaid 10 cents. t
The Dp-to-Date Painter and Decorator
Six packets 50 cents if druzgist doesn't have it.
1i the entire length of the train being SCOTT, Presiding Elder and Gen. Mgr. apt* di1 Xadlpn Powder Work,Election 846

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1 Y Wife's Divorce Suit for $10,000 i INDUSTRIALCuban t SIMPLE MIXTURE SAID RARE

Alleging that :Mrs. Gertrude Weston MarineEngines ;

former lessee of the Almeria Hotel, TO RELIEVE VICTIMS I ,

j has alienated the affections of her husband Iron Ore Discoveries. Ja
for the Steel
4 A. W. Strange, Mrs. Ella J. Mil This
company have Just completed a thor- Simple Helpful Recipe at
Strange has brought suit, through Phil
: ough exploration of the iron ore deposits .
lips & Hadley, her attorneys for ,$10- In the Mayan district of eastern Home and Try it, Anyway

:& 000 damages. :Mr. Strange was manager Cuba says the Iron Age. and the Get from any prescription pharmacist ESPECIALLY ADAPT. ,

of the Almeria under Mrs. Wes- developments promise to be the most the following: .

ton's proprietorship. Mrs. Strange alleges important since the discovery of the Fluid extract dandelion,one-half ounce; ED FOR SATISFACTORY Ip .

that Mrs. Weston enticed her Mesaba range. The suggestion Is now compound kargon, one ounce; compound USE IN FLORIDA WATERS ," $
made that this Cuban ore and the fuel syrup sarsaparilla! three ounces. .
t husband to abandon her and that he Shake well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful -
of Virginia and West Virginia will be 'fm
lived with Mrs. Weston. deserting dose after each meal and at bed-
assembled in a great steel plant on the time. Regal.Marine EnginesStand M WiJWT". .1

+ .herself and their three daughters, Lila, lower Chesapeake.Commercial I The above is considered by an eminent '

t aged 14, Eleanor 9, and Sadie Aline, 6. Wireless Service. authority, who writes in a New York mechanical<< fur skill the highest and reliability type of

,Mrs. Strange also alleges that Strange Signor Marconi, who Js now in Nova ;daily paper, as the finest prescription ever They are four cycle jump i *sSMite iv: ( j At, (
written to relieve backache, kidney trouble spark ignitionautumobiletype.1 '
gave iMrs. Weston the title to their Scotia, is preparing to. open a stationat
,: I weak bladder and all forms of urinary mechanical valves float feed ?, : ;, -
;* home and farm at Knights and thai Cape Breton for commercial wireless !difficulties. This mixture acts promptlyon carburetor enclosed crank case :i I -- j

" tr Strange and Mrs. Weston are now\! telegraph service in about two the eliminative tissues of the kidneys, steam forged crank shaft, and 1 ?
weeks. It is his intention to commencethe enabling them to filter and strain the bronzed bearings. Have the
living together at that 'place.TampaNews. fewest number of working
active work by sending messagesto uric acid! and other waste matter from the consistent with a perfect operating parts
two or three of the transatlantic blood which causes rheumatism. motor and many other

papers. He is quoted as saying: "Wehave Some persona who sufler with the af- exclusive features found only in the Regal
Formers' Reference Library are fictions may not feel l inclined to place
all obstacles and
< The Daytona Model Farm Company sure overcome of success. The weather will much confidence in this simple mixture, THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT

,. through Secretary Rieiuan has secur- have no effect on our doing efficient suIts yet those who have tried it say the re- Made in three types ll. 3 and 5 H. P. single cylinder: to 13 H.
are simply surprising the relief being P. double
s'd' ed copies of all the government reports work unless our poles or masts should effected without the slightest injury
be will bother We also manufacture a line olht'3t'y. slow speed working engines
i damaged. Lightning not to the stomach or other
pamphlets and bulletins pertaining to organs. from 6 H. P. single cylinder to 45 H. P. four cylinder.The .
I na at alL We have successfully got Mix some and give it a trial. It cer-
crops that can or should be grown in over the bad weather difficulty." No tainly comes highly recommended. It is many hundreds of Regal engines now in operation throughout -

t e this state, also copies of each of the I effort has been made for speed. For the prescription of an eminent authority, the country are a guarantee of the satisfaction they are giving.

J: bulletins and reports issued by the I whose entire reputation, it is said, was
the present about twenty words a established by it. Get a Regal in the Beginning Don't ExperimentHandsome
4? States Experiment Station at Gainesville .L"';
minute will be sent, although the possibilities A druggist here at home when asked t
;t showing the results of various are much greater. The tariffas stated that he could either supply the ingredients explanatory catalogue mailed free on request

r tests and experiments made for the I. published Is 10 cents per word for or mix the prescription for our Regal Gasoline Engine Co.

benefit of agriculturists in Florida. The general messages and 5 cents for presswork readers, also recommends it,as harmless.

object is to establish a reference library Cold Water, Michigan
Telegraph Strike May Spread the present combination into Its component -
for the use of farmers, truckers
e At a meeting of the striking telegra- parts, but that without private
fruit which will hem
t; and growers give
would have additional
phers of Greater New York a motionto enterprise they not any
: the result of the latest scientific meth- service for
: call out all the operators in news- the city.

Cds and discoveries of experts who paper and brokers' offices was adopted Now 22100 In Shoe Strike. ,
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't: ;# devote their entire time and attention overwhelmingly, although It was reported The general executive board of the

;e- to improving the quality of fruits and that President Small of the Independent Boot and Shoe Workers'

...' vegetables and other farm products, Telegraphers' union" had urged the union of Missouri has extended the

.: as well as to devising ways of overcoming men not to break any contracts, which strike begun by the cutters of St. Louisso
such action would necessitate. A secret as to Include over 22,000 membersof
the insect pests an-1 diseases that JJ
visit paid by representatives of the allied trades. Demands were
-. are troublesome to 2JITlcultur1sts.t .- the strikers to President Roosevelt at made for a nine hour day instead of'a I

_::. Daytona Gazette News. Oyster Bay'does not seem to have produced ten hour one and the same scale of

any material result. The tele- wages as now In force. Many of the \
c New Cigar Factory for Key West graph companies say that the services allied trades had already gone out in '
For several days the street has growing better and that more sympathy with the cutters. All but \ I li/It I

: :' ': been full of rumors concerning expected "breakers' are applying for Jobs everyday four plants in St Louis were effectually -

? {) shut down by the strike, and these I
; developments regarding the estab
i New Mammoth Steamship Arrives. worked under an agreement with the
i lishment of a new factory here, but \\ / :I II.I
The new steamship President Grant union. \ l
; following our usual conservative policy ?
w of the lianiburjj-Amerk-an line arrived Alcohol For Explosive Engines.
l! I we have not been hasty in publishing ia New York on Sept. 2T on her Experiments conducted at Columbia ,

;\i,. the rumors until the same were con ma Men trip. This. stlp! is practicallya university and in the department of ( !

::' T;Lr firmed. We are now authoritatively mate to tile President Lincoln which agriculture now demonstrate that al- Thf it

'h' Informed that one of the leading factories was added to the same line last June. cohol can be used as a fuel In internal

::h of Havana will begin operationshere Her gross tonnage is 1S.08D, her length combustion engines with the same de- '
616 feet and her beam OS feet Accommodation \ I I
within a few weeks and the old gree of success as gasoline and kerosene II
r Is provided for 324 first class, fuels. Professor Lucke, In chargeof : I
Trupillo building Greene street is
on 125 second class l, being fitted up as a temporary factory. 1,320 fourth class The vessel
passengers. oline engine of the ordinary type can
A meeting will be held at the United contains many novel and up to date be ruu on alcohol without material A 1 LA

'States Court room in the custom house! features. Including electric baths anda change In construction, and Its operation -

?. this evening at 8 o'clock, at which a gymnasium and is finished with the will be more noiseless and its

number of representative citizens wh. utmost elegance throughout Duringthe maximum power materially higher.
trip Just ended her average speed For automobile air cooled engines alcohol -
are identified with commercial interests
was 14 knots per hour. is especially adapted.
; have been requested to be pres
East River Tunnel Operated.
ent. Any business man or: property and Cured
Quinsy Sprains Swellings
For the first time passengers were ,
who is interested is also invited
\. carried through the New York and "In November, HlOl, 1 caught cold and
to attend. At this meeting the detailsof Long Island City tube under the East had the qoin v. My throat was swollen AID R

the new factory and its plans will river on Sept 24, when August Bel- so I could hardly "breathe. I applied

be presented.-Key West Citizen. mont who financed the undertaking Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it gave me
I'Pliefin short time. In two days I was
acted as conductor of the car <'Ontain-I a
all Mm I.. Cousins Otterburn
right, says ,
ing the officials connected with the !
Tampa Officers' Suspicions Mich. Chamberlain's Pain Balm is a
work and members of the public service -
Officers in this county are of the liniment and is especially valuable for
commission. of
Superintendent sprains and swellings. For sale by Ban
opinion that there is no Will McFad Motive Power Bang- ner Drug Store and Titnsville Pharmacy.

den, negro rapist, and that the man hard was the motorman For sale by the

who committed the criminal assault ia The car Infant's Body Found in Jacksonville !

Brevard county, holding a white wo went from Third The body of an infant was found in a I
avenue and Forty- INDIAN
man prisoner from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. i second street Manhattan pasteboard box, floating ,in Hogan's .

. vas either Will Humphries or Flanders I-; to Jackson creek near the Union street bridge.

1. McFadden. These two men arc v avenue and Fourth about 2 o'clockesterJay afternoon MUSIC HOUSE

cousins and very much resemble one street Queens, in and as yet the Identity the infant ,

{ another. Both are well known in four minutes. Thisis bas not been discovered. The box containing

Four counties have been a reduction of at TITUSVILLE FLA.
Tampa. the body was first discoveredoy ,
least minutes
searched thoroughly for both of these Belmont. ome colored women, who saw it
August in the time between
negroes, Hillsborough, Alachua, Bre these two points under the old conditions floating on the surface of the water.

yard and Manatee, and so far the of transit. They directed the attention of some '

I whereabouts of neither has been ascer In general appearance the tube Is men to it and the box was caught on _

tained. The mother of Flanders Me similar in appearance to an ordinary the end of a pole and pulled ashore Lf' rl't_ _

Fadden recently returned from a visit city subway, being perfectly dry. well Upon the box being opened it was

d to Manatee county and is again at her lighted and equipped with heavy rails tound to contain a pacxage well wrap
and a modern signal system. The cars
home in the "Scrub." The officers red up and. upon the wrappings being
are of the regulation l type, operated by
", watched her and are sure that she did trolley poles. The atmosphere I Is from removed the body of ? white infant. THE [BADE MARK
)1 tot communicate with either Hum 1ft to I,"* degrees cooler) than on the Apparently about two lays old wiilscovered. :-

'Vi phries or her son, and it is believed surface of the stret't.s the ear nearly The sku!! of the baby

neither will have anything to do with fills the tube it acts as a piston, was crushed in over the rirht; eye. but
: pushing the air out In front and drawing A Work of Art
afraid to trust \ -.
t her, since they are ieI" otherwise the body was in good shape
a fresh supply after It.
She was crazy at one time and was and appeared to be that of a weil-de
At a luncheon served to Mr. Bt'Imont's That is what home can bt if
l : ; confined at ChattahoocheeHiding her ,.-Iopeil child.-Times-Ti.ion. ALABASTIIME your
J. the builder
guests Degnon you decorate it with Alabastim- For
'\' silver hair from the public gaze, and said the entire work on this first appropriateness is true art; and not

i t.: attiring her in men's clothing, she was tube bad been done since July 14. 10"15" ; only can you make your home deco

v very much resembles t' e description and that it was a world's record for M4 rations appropriate with Alabastme.

< .. sent out l>y Sheriff Brown of the negro this kind of work. Mr. Belmont made 1 x but you can make them reflect your

ti ,- rapist. Flanders McFadden Is a answer to the public clamor( againsthis Grease ;.. own taste in a way that \* not possible -
company, saying' that It had received e with any other form of wall
and has been before theM d.
nervy negro i (
M nothing but abuse and that this f I t
Criminal Court in this county. He is miles 0 yeloadto .
treatment was not such as to inspire >e
s' about 25 years of age. and has two 1 further effort! on the part of private nu\\\cetaytlTOm :: t an d.. Alabastine
S tet
brothers, Walter and Albert both of enterprise. lIe said they could split IIdFS taTn
t'se: destfoysra The Wall iBVMl HMMBLabasiinel
S Sanitaty
whom deny knowledge of his present Coating
a How to Cure a Cold TTacticaes lea llie \
it whereabouts. Walter is employed in stout is superior in appearance in economy. In durability and
.. The question of how to cure a cold with, friction.comes unique in its wonderful sanitary properties. You should know n.r.anr.u;
Albert is at work In Jack t03" more about it all these
Tampa. wear tolert Ugh on points and we therefore extend you
out unnecessary loss of time 13 one in bte a cordial invitation to visit our store see the Alabaatine color
sonville.-Tainpa News. which we are all more or I less interestedfor ionti1t: emote charts and have the Alabastine stenciled designs (which you
the quicker a cold is gotten rid of the t heavy eou t1g.. can use yourself)explained to you. :
The Price of Health less the danger of pneumonia and othe ot a bcJ.: Ask to see the Book of :
serious diseases. Mr. B. W. L. Hall, o that edcahtloT Alabastine 1 Prize Designs
"The price of health in a malarious Waverly, Va, has used Chamlterlain'. For Sale by
f_ district is just 25 cents; the cost of a box Cough Remedy for and *'I t Asle GTCasa\1. (
years says ,O
ti- of Dr. King's New Life Pills," writes firmlbelieve Chamberlain's Con !h Remedy S1D" L..... EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY ;;;:..'-
Ella Slayton, of Noland, Ark. New Life to be absolutely the best preparatior .. --'--.
Pills cleanse gently and impart new life ;: :
on the market for colds. I have -recommended _.. _
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and vigor to the systemoc.. Satisfaction it -
to my friends and they al i ---j -- =':'.-
guaranteed at Banner DrugStore and agree with me." For sale by Banne .f'-- TI1: PACKAGE
L-f Titusville Pharmacy. Drug Store and Titusville Pharmacy.



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addresses were made by the Her. beneficial or detrimental in maintain. '
:" I FOREIGN I Thomas R. Slicer of All Souls' church, Ing order and respect. Should thecon-, I Allow no one to deceive yon in this.

New York, and by Edward Everett sensus of opinion be adverse to the All Counterfeits,.Imitations and "J st-as-good" are but \If

:. f Minister Wu Ting Fang Again. Hale both Unitarians who soundedthe present methods It is proposed to restore Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of w ;.
keynote of "unity and brother- the rod to its former position in Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
The announcement was made at Pe-
hood." A. hymn written for the occa- the schools of the city. Complaints
king that the wety known and popular
sion by Julia Ward Howe was sun have recently come from some teachers -
? former Chinese minister to the United What is CASTORIA
At a later meeting: Mrs. Howe was that they are unable to maintain
: States, Wu Ting Fang had again been \
present and received' a great oration. order because the supervising force is
appointed to the Castoria is harmless substitute for Castor Ofl Paregoric
Bishop of London Here. powerless to Inflict punishment for offenses I
f\: ;". Gossip post at the capital The Right Rev. Wlnnlngton Ingram affecting general behavior.A Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It .

t' had It that bishop of London arrived at New School For Authors. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic .

there would be objection York several days ago to begin an Editor Page of World's Work is advocating substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms ,

to Mr. Wu American tour. While in the metropolis the establishment of a school and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind I

f because of his activity the bishop preached a sermon in for authors in connection with the uni Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation ,

in connection Trinity church addressed particularlyto versities. lIe holds that writing is a and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the "I .

\ci'.- with the boycott of the millionaires of the financial district trade like any other and that those Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. t"' i

American goods. It Its burden was that no matter who propose to follow It should receive The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. (i... :
, -: was evidently the how rich or how poor a man may be, a regular course of Instruction. He ,4/

: Intention of SecreWu .. he is here to devote himself to fulfill- would have each poet student compelled ,!
':i' Ting Fang. tary Root to leave ing the mission of stewardship. lie to write a sonnet a'day for one GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS <

f. the question of his eligibility to the said the hardest thing to reconcile was term: and each prose student 1,000 '
: president who later intimated that Wu the fatherhood of God with the exist- words, the course to extend over threeor Bears the Signature of ;

i would be acceptable. ence of rich and poor but that every four years.A .
thinking man must face the problem. -
Another Important item of news New High School Wrinkle.At .
from is the issuance of Imperial Later the bishop went to Washington.New .
Peking an
Spokane, Wash.. a $40,000 administration -
edict authorizing Prince Pu Lun Book Disturbs Baptists.The ,4 '
building Is to be erected for (
who was envoy to the St. Louis exposition Rev. George H. Ferris of the the high school. It will include a gymnasium # 'j

and Sun Chi Anal In cooperation First Baptist church of Philadelphia separate shower baths for
with the grand council to plan acouncil II is the author of a new volume entitled. i and teachers'
girls boys a assembly
of deliberation as a foundationfor "The Formation of the New Testament -I ball, a board room supervisor's offices The Kind You Have Always Bought j

an elective parliament. ," Issued by the American Bap- and a teachers' library.

Moor French Terms. tist Publication society. It is a historical ; .
Accept In Use For Over 30 Years. I
of the
Paris beard with much pleasure last investigation purposes
that led to the construction of the New I MISCELLANEOUS'' two CHTT.U.Cor uv.r? umv.TM T. MEW TOW O T& e ,
week that the delegates of three Important -
Testament and Is positively in favor of
Moorish tribes had acceptedthe
the theology and the higher criti-
peace terms offered by the French new Lipton Challenge Rejected.The i ; .
cism. It has aroused much criticism
commander at Casablanca. The agreement New York Yacht club has form A
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among the older Baptist clergymen r
was that General Drude Inspectthe ally rejected the challenge of Sir
pacified territory, that the tribes throughout the country. Thomas Lipton to another race for the

disperse and maintain order and that Catholic Chaplain at Cornell. America's cup next year owing to the
the perpetrators of the outrages of The Catholic church appears to have ; conditions, but it Is thought certain TypewritersAgents 1"r i

July 30 upon Europeans be surrendered made its first step toward the establishment that Sir Thomas will modify these so

to the French. To the fulfillment of a chapel at Cornell university as to meet the terms of the New York

of these terms three hostages were with the appointment of Father organization.Two .
delivered to the French consulate. James F. Winters as Catholic
Notable Deaths.

'. Cuban Conspirators, Arrested. chaplain. Professor W. O.:Atwater, the world .
The rumors of impending- Cuban Zionists Choose Voliva. famous food expert of Wesleyan university for the Celebrated

revolution were followed by the reported Wilbur Glenn Voliva at last has been died at MIddletown Conn.,

arrest of three conspirators by chosen unanimously to be general over Sept. 24. aged sixty-three. Ills great-

order of Governor Magoon-namely, seer of the Christian Catholic Churchin est reputation was based upon the experiments
Generals Parra, Ducassl and Miret Zion as the successor of the late with his calorimeter. His FAYSHOLESTypewriter

Pino Guerra the leader of the revolution Alexander Dowie and says he will report that alcohol Is a food created a i I
which overthrew the Palma administration soon lead his flock to a 29,000 acre great storm.

r condemns this conspiracy ranch In New Mexico where a new Samuel Sloan, former president of

as being premature and childish, Zion City is to be founded.SCIENTIFIC. the Lackawanna railroad and one of

f as the conspirators would not hue the early railroad captains of Indus- J

l been able- to muster a support of fifty I L I try, died at his summer home near ,

r' men. New York Sept 22 at the age of I ,
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I COMMERCIAL I Bruce The arctic Expedition'exploration Safe. party headed Biten by Spider 1,000 now used in Florida 4

by William S. Bruce of Edinburgh .
Through blood poisoning caused bya ,
L- New York Traction Receivers. which started out some months ago to spider bite, John Washington, of Bos- f
The New York City Railway company investigate the coal fields of King qneulle. Tex., would have lost his leg, t
which originally was the owner ofa Charles Island, the most easterly ot which became a mass of running sores, I
small suburban trolley line but the Spltzbergen group, has been bean had he not been persuaded to try Buck !
which later was extended Into the leasing from after two relief expeditions had len's Arnica Sahe. lie writes: "The _
I ,-, corporation of practically all of the returned unsuccessful. A third search first application relieved, and four boxes
surface lines of Manhattan and the party finally found them in great dif healed all the sores" Heal every sore. JjTT .
25c. at Banner Drug Store and Titusville :
I Bronx under the direction of W. C. ficulties. and all are now safe. Pharmacy.

l Whitney Thomas F. Ryan. August Belmont Radium Deep In the Alps.A .

. and others, was placed In the report from Geneva, Switzerland 1 A saloon keeper bj the name of .1SecondHand
hands of two friendly receivers upon that Professor Joly after
says rom-I Coedrlng has commenced suit againstthe
I the application of the Pennsylvania examination
pleting a geological Pensacola Journal for alleged libe'
Steel company and the Deguon Contracting rock borings from the SImplon tunnel '

.:' company creditors for comparatively finds rich traces of radium, Indicating Doing Business Again

I small amounts. Judge La- larger deposits of this rare and ex-
combe appointed Douglas Robinson "When my friends thought I was aboutto
:. valuable element than
tremely any
brother-In-law of President Roosevelt.and take leave of this world, on account of
hitherto discovered In Europe. It Is Typewriters
t' Adrian H. Joline, president of the indigestion, nervousness and general debility -
his theory that the presence of this i ," writes A. A. Chisholm Tread-
Missouri Kansas and Texas railroad ore caused the abnormal heat experi- : well N. Y, "and when it looked as if

... as temporary receivers. This brings enced In digging the tunnel and he believes there was no hope left, I was persuadedto ALL MAKES ALL PRICES
I 1{}, about an extremely delicate legal situ that the world's supply of radium try Electric Bitter, and I rejoice to ,
atlon. as the receivers are authorized Is far greater than was supposed say that they are curing me. I am now :
i to conduct the business with liberal doing business again as of old, and am Terms to Suit
I J" powers and are responsible solely to Hygienic Congress at Berlin. still gaining daily." Best tonic medicineI

i. the federal judge regardless of any ac- The International congress of hygiene i I on earth. Guaranteed by Banner DrugStore
t" anti demography at Berlin was at- and Titus,v ile! Pharmacy. oOc.
Jf. tion that may be taken by the state Typewriter Repairing a Specialty
I "t public service commission.( This action tended by many of the leading scien- 'I .
;' had been anticipated for some time i tists of the world representing twen For Over Sixty Years f

it.; and was .thought to forestall further I II ty-three countries Crown Prince Fred- I Mr s. Winslow nothing yriip has ..
I embarrassing Investigation on the part erick William was present on behalfof I been used for over sixty years by millions RIBBON"SVe i
of the commission. the emperor The different sections ;,of mothers for their children w hilt teeth- i ii
discussed methods of com bating,tuber- i, Ins, with perfect success. It soothes theI '
.i Harahan Charges Against Fish. \ guarantee our Ribbons to be Non-Filling and .
cuktols and all forms of contagious disease -I child, soften!: the gum, allays all pain, '
.j- Following the call made by Stuyve- disinfection. Inoculation, the care cures wind colic, and is the best remedyfor
: sant Fish for proxies to vote at the of children control of schools, dwellIngs : diarrh .' coming annual meeting of the Illinois $|, little sufferer immediately.soldb:; \'druj-;
: : Central railroad. President Harahan of and public buildings food Inspt"C- iists in every part of the world. Twenty 75 cents each, or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach- f
t lion, water supply, sewerage. baths
statement chargingthat I favemiU- bottle. IV sure and ask for
that road a
old age pensions: and many other sub "Mrs lt'inslow's'thing: Syrup," and
ine. color.
Fish while president of the company Any
jects. Among the American delegation tike no o h..r knd linaranttf under
had taken $1,500,000 from the were I>rs. Mazyck and Bigp the the food and drng act, June :GOth, llH>..
treasury on practically worthless se- tuberculosis experts; I>r. \\ Iley of the Serial number lO1'**.
curities and that he had been able to CARBON PAPEROur
national bureau of chemistry who
: make good only by pledging his New lecMation concerning foodstuffs .
York city home and his entire Interestin spoke on Colonel W. c. Gorga. sanitary Carbon Paper is the Best. $1.65 tot $4.00 per

the Hamilton Fish estate. )lr. Fish and Hr. Freeman :WsPillsFOR
chief of the zone.
announced that he was after biggergame of New York, who !spoke on milk box, 100 sheets to the box. .
the financial scalp of
control The ("ODn'SS was invited to
E. H. Harriman. Can furnish size color.
hold its next meeting at WashingtonEDUCATIONAL any any

: RELIGIOUS I I r I system A torpid, and Iherderanges produces the whole

: Religious Liberals Assembled. Still Advocating the Rod. Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheumatism .
.i The New York city board of education Sallow Skin and ,
. have attended
sixteen nationalities
has appointed a special committeeof There Is no better remedy for these
,, -:''. the fourth biennial international congress three to Inquire of the teachers common diseases than DR. TL'TT'S
: of religious liberals at Boston. whether the abolishment of corporal I LIVER PILLS, as a trial w ill prove. Jacksonville Fla.

Among them were some of the foremost punishment In public school has been J Take No Substitute. ,
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I Mrs.[ H. K. Hughes is not doing so JAMESPRrrCHABD.President. WINSTON S.BRA.NNISG.,.Vice-President and Cashier p \
4 ru well the last few days. [ '

Mr. and Mrs.Joe. Brunner are ex- My Hair
: ;! pected next week, plenty of carpenter Indian River State "

work waiting for Joe. I

i. '_= ."c -.-little Happenings That Help to lake ,I We noticed that Tuesday's boat Ran AwayDon't CO D:EPOSJ'rOE.Y f : t

: ftk the Weekly newspaper unusually full of freight, most 'I
Up was $200,000
Authorized Capital, 100,000; Paid-np Capital, $!5.000"era ....."
of which was for C. D. Provost' TRANSACTS A
COCOA have a falling out with

w Miss Mae Davis returned from Capt. Ramsey has the mill runningat your hair. It might leave you! GENERAL BANKING BUSINESSLARGEST \ ;

-t ', Eau Gallie last week. last, now there is some hope that Then what? That would mean

k There was a dance last Saturday our docks and boat houses can be thin, scraggly, uneven, rough ;
night in the opera house. finished.Mr. hair. Keep your hair at home! AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER ..

Work will begin on the river road and Mrs. Devoe Sams and J. Fasten it tightly to your scalp! Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage ap|>re'lated. t )
Prompt !!inpo'itr! treatment and evervfat or consistent
,; from Cocoa north this week. B.! Bower made a trip down the river You can easily do it with Ayer'sHair with coner\'alive yanking granted ':

F'' Mrs. J. A. Paine has accepted a in Devoe's large boat, stoppingoff Vigor. It is somethingmore CORU}>PON DENTS:

position in the Trafford bakery. to visit Rev. and Mrs. White on than a simple hair dress- Empire Trust Company" Broadway, New York City; The Atlantic Natfenal Bank j
the return trip.A ing. It is a hair medicine, a of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Fiorida
Mr. 'Hamp Bradford moved
family to their new home on Tues- letter from Hartford states that hair tonic, a hair food. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
..: Mr. Linn and family who spent; The. best kind of a testimonial-
day. "
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Sold for over sixty years.
of the winter the river three
part on I
Orange buyers have been aroundour by J.C.leer Co..LoweU.KM*.
vicinity and bought several years ago, will probably return to .&1o maaa&etarar.of E. L. BRADY & BRO.,
Georgiana this winter. Their many AJIade > SA2SAPAEILU.CHEXBY .
Y crops. friends here will be very glad to see I.s I PECTOK.4L.
Groceries Grain and all Food Products.W
s ; Mr. John Powers is now cutting them again. Hay, .
meat for the firm of Johnson & Pat- handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizer We deal exclusive
in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for price OD
'."- erson. EAU GALLIEMr. Rev J. B. Hawk at the evening Grain and all Groceries.delivered at your station. E.L BRADY&BRO.Trn" vILLE.FLA. IJ
: Capt. Oliver, of Daytona Beach, service Rev. Hawk -
John Chancey spent Saturdayand Sunday evening. --- ------
:' has been visiting old friends in town Sunday in town. was at his best and preached a very trrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr J
r'1 for several days.
excellent Three
Miss Mae Davis returned to her sermon. special
Mr. Alfred Cleaveland came in home in Cocoa Saturday.Mr. selections were rendered by Mrs. C. TITUSVILLE BOAT CO.
town Monday from a cattle roundup C. Houston, Mrs. W. H. Christianand

I on the island. much.improved W. H. this H. week.Gleason is very Mr. W. H. Saunders.The Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers

>. There is a call for houses to rent. M. E. choir met at the homeof
-" Services next Sunday at 10:30 a. Marine: RailwayLaunches
beginning to plan for
are Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Christian on
at the Methodist church.
li the winter season. m. Saturday evening. After choir carefully stored for the summer months

C. R. Tartar, of City Point, Mrs. Rossiter and family spent practice most enjoyable
'! Mr. a eveningwas =r=Jr=J=r=I rrr Jr=Jr=Jr=J=r=Jr=_I=r.Jr=Jr=J=r=J===rT=
who has been visiting in Virginia, Thursday afternoon in Cocoa. spent. A selection, Angels Sere-
.: arrived home last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Shave, Jr., of nate, was rendered by Mr.Saunders, ---- - --- --

Mr. and Mrs. T. G.Ronald arrived Melbourne, spent Sunday in town. the cornet, Mrs. Christian, the violin VICTOR'I

t-'. home on Monday from their wed Misses Rachel and Grace Tucker with Mrs. C. C. Houston at the )

d : ding trip to North Carolina. spent Thursday and Friday in Cocoa. piano. ..- 1P : Talking Machines, Supplies and
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.' '. ; ; Mr. Chas. Sharpe, of Columbia,, The many friends of Rev. J. B. Afflicted with Sore Eyes for 33 YearsI Records sold by the

Tenn., who has a fine grove at City. Hawk are glad to know he is well have been afflicted with sore eyes for

i Point, was in town this week. again. thirty three years. Thirteen years ago I INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
became totally blind and blind for
The town has a gang of men at; Quite a party took a trip to Melbourne six years. My eyes werebadly was inflamed.
work- hoeing and cleaning the streets: Sunday afternoon on launch Cne of my neighbors insisted upon my TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA
t Anita. trying ChamlJt'rlain'talve:; and gave me
and along the river driveway. half a box of it. To my surprise it healed ___ _ ___ h___ __ ___
Adam S. Dixon has been undeiDr. Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson and Miss my eyes and my sight came back to me.
;: Hughlett's care for several daysbut ; Bessie spent Saturday afternoon in -- '. C. Earl, Cvnthiana, Ky. CttamI'erlain's Jas. Pritchard & Son
Salve is for sate by Banner DrugStore
s is up and about once more. Cocoa. and Titusville Pharmacy. Titusville Fla.

" I Miss Minnie Mathers, of Eau Gal The Ladies Aid society met at the 1i

lie, has been visiting the Gibert and I home of Mrs. C. Ainsworth on last OAK HILLDr. t Original T&'jf J Reversible

J ; Bradford families this past week. Thursday.The D. Cowie was in town last _

: J. I. Lawless, who sold out hi:s Missionary meeting was held week to see Mr. and Mrs. H. Guller MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES

? pool room in Titusville, will open ui) at the Baptist church on Tuesdayafternoon. and also to visit old friends. Thoroughly covered by patents

+ in the Grimes building, at the rail_ The work train is here with the The Engine that Runs Without Repairs

.1 ; road crossing, a soda fountain and Mr. Ensey, of Tropic, has pur- right of way gang and the track

I ': pool tables. chased a fine horse from Louis King, gang are at Jamison's mill. These motors are safe and reliable and

t '! Rev. S. W. Lawler, the presiding of this place. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Carter came can be operated by alcohol or Kerosene

i Y elder of the Methodist church, held Mr. A. 0. Frink is supplying his down from Daytona Tuesday with with as good results as by using gasoline

services morning and evening here neighbors with some fine turpentine -
very their auto and spent the day. - --- --- -- -

} last Sunday, with a good attendance chips. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Allen and Mr. TITUSVILLE LXVEB..Y STABLE

r at both services. Mr. E. C. Braddock spent Sunday Harry Allen sailed from New York
Feed and Sale Stables
Mrs.J. W. Bettler andMarguerite, with his family returning to Sebas- for Florida, Thursday Oct., 10th.
: who have been summering in New tian in the evening.
f Mr. W. L. Howes, of Marx Bros.,
r t ,I York state and Canada, arrived Two services were held at the and Mr. S. Happerbett, of the S. B. SADDLE HORSES

I #- home last week. Mr. Bettler hast Baptist church Sunday, Rev. J. S. Hubbard Co., were in Oak Hill Tues- BUGGIES

+ purchased: the Smith-Warner place Geiger in the pulpit. SURREYS

t in Rockledge. Miss Minnie Mathers left Thurs- day.The whistle of the saw mill belong- TURNOUTS
Mrs. E. A. Johnson has been quite and
day for Cocoa for week's visit with ing to the Volusia Lumber & Naval t of all kinds
ill-all her children coming to see Miss Pearl Bradford. ;
Stores Co. blew for the first time
her health i is Hauling, Etc.
f: her-but at present
Mrs. J. T. Snell and daughter, Tuesday night.

I t:' of improving having her and she eight has children the pleasure and Alma, left last week for a visit with Mr. and Mn M. R. Creighton, of J. M, OSBAN- Titasiille- Florida
relatives at West Palm Beach.
Baltimore, are expected to arrive
their families with her. -
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Ruby and Inez Dunham spent Sun- this week and the young ladies will D H SI'ELL----- Dr J C. SPELL. l gl.teretll'harm4CIftL
C| There were services in the Episcopal day with their parents in Titusville, come later and remain for the win-
i' church last Sunday. In the morn- returning Monday to attend school. ter.
+ ing Mr. W. H. Cresson read the BANNER DRUG STORETitusville
Mr. Geo. Gleason, of St. Augus- Mrs. H. Guller left last week for
services and in the evening Rev. P.
tine, arrived in town Sunday looking St. Augustine to enter the hospital,
Robottom, the new pastor, when the
4 after the interest of the E. C. Canal both she and Mr. Culler ha\enot
f members of the church had the pleasure Florida
Co. been t well since their return from
of meeting him.
n ii The launch Mystic again in the their summer outing. FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
The Indian River Drug Co. is having -
water and is now ready to make her Saturday last there was a Sunday PERFUMERY STATIONERY
made the ,
an addition to we*tend
.J, Usual run between this place and school picnic in the Usual::; grounds,
: of their drug store which will Soda Water and Ice Cream
Cocoa. to which one was invited, and
t' be used as an office. They will have Fresh Pure Drugs and ChemicalsMail
the Sunday school was to be
t the partition removed in the store Mr. Hillyard and family, of Mala reorgan-
and install a fine soda fountain. This bar have moved to town for the ized on Sunday, but the rain pre : orders* solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything wehaven't

t t firm has the finest assortment of winter in order to put their childrenin vented. in stock

i f holiday goods ordered that the school. Rev. H. H. Jones came Sunday for

have ever had. The many friends of Herbert Spil- the first time since his return from p; & '

ler are glad to see him back after a Key West, but owing to the rain,
"S Julius Caesar summer spent in New York and only a few of his congregation were :a i d
., 4 was a man of nerve, but tioknes* left it smart Pennsylvania. there to welcome him and enjoy his The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Cot \
and he became a't\1 before hi:;
i time. Sickness is often mused by a torpid Mr. T. J. Shave returned home interesting sermon. D d

liver. Herbine will regulate your Tuesday from Italia, where he has
7 5 J liverandgive you health. Mrs. Carrie Napoleon Bonaparte
Austin, HoIIonj: Kansas: rites: "1 con been spending a week with his 1 MACHINE SHOPS
showed at the battle of Ati'-terhtz: he was
eider Herbine the first medicine I ever
daughter, Mrs. Carl Powell.
thecrvates-t leader in the world. Halard's -
heard of. I without it" Sold ,
am never .
Banner tore and Titusul! Miss Ellen Mathers left Sundayfor "-noLinim..nt ha !oho"n the public b
by Drug it H the (he-t liniment in the world A Plumbing and Metal Work
+F ,. Pharmacy. Lake City where her brother, 'Hiick cure for rheumatism,sprains,burns, /
.. Eugene, will attend Columbia Col cute, etr A. C. Pitts IJode-sa L.t. gays:

GEORGIANA lege. She is expected back in a few "family 1 use alard'a and! find Snow it uneyce.led Liniment! for in sore inv BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS,

: C. D. Provost made a trip to Forts days. chest, headache, corns, in fact for any i D :< I
Pierce this week. thma that can be reached bva liniment'
Quite number visitors
I a were out
sold by Banner Drug Store Titusville i Agricultural Implements
Capt. Rogero went up to Coco to hear the band Monday evening. Pharmacy.

on Tuesday's boat. Two new members were added, the --
Trafford Misses Besoie Hodgson and Edith V.A.STOJa3.A.:: SANFORD FLORIDA /
Mr. A. H. came over ,
Bun\lo rl&s KJia eau Ha"e A.*'/'llai D
Tuesday to look after his grove. Hatch.A .
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t Word from Augustine states that veI'-large congregation greeted I fl #- -# > 7iv x7r/cx7fy X7: vx7fA> ZA ;
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