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 18, 1907


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


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

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


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tI .. DOINGS OP THEPRESENT Fall Fashions For Men I MILLINERY To-Day (Friday OPENING) Special Sale at Kline's'I LOCAL GOSSIP 'V; sAND

WEEK.I Advance showing of FALL and AT KLINE'S. Special Invitation Bargains In Every Department .
_- WINTER styles including Schloss PERSONALS :

.. Bros. & Co's famous I'j" MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1907. ,. : j

J: Pungent Holes Pertaining to Events "Correct Clothes for Gentlemen"i LATEST NEWS The merchandise selected for spec-I Something About the People of Titus-
Consider ial price reduction is
please, a personal new, season-
Transpiring About Town invitation to yourself-a personal in- able and thoroughly worthy. We yule as They Come and Go

:' A cool drink at a cool place at vitation to come and get acquaintedwith AND INCIDENTSPersonal make these sharp reductions for one A cool drink
MANDY'S. I the best and latest fashions in reason only, that is, to repay you in at a cool place at

; men's.wear. i measure with which you honor us MANDY'S.Max 4

1-- The Osban lot has About People that day in and day out. In other words
livery recently We are specially urgent about this invitation Paragraphs : Whitman, the tailor and
been enclosed with fence. now because fall, as you probably know making reductions we repay 0 '
r m' a new clothes
Travel Here and There presser, left for Ft.
is i the great time of year when fashions you for your generous patronage. Tuesday .
The largest and best line of boys' Change and the advance styles for the coning Pierce. z
(: Ready-made skirts from the best :
season are shown in greatest variety and Fine Box Candies at the Banner
l ;f and girls' school shoes will be found attracti veness. ,Drug Store. tailors of New York entirely new, Miss Ruby Owens, teacher of the !

r at Branning's. Our'New Stock is just in, and prices ranging from $3.00 to $13.50. Artesia school, arrived in town this
Dr. W. Hughlett, of Cocoa,was Ladies' silk automobile coats, in m jweek
we want you to see it. Never beforein I 4'
Mr. and Mrs. B. Warbinton and will
( over tomorrow. 1
all our experience have we been called to Titusville professionally endless variety of colors and styles, go !
lt f have moved into the P. J. Hall cottage able to assemble such a splendid line Sunday. 'prices ranging from $8.00 to $16.00. Did you say school shoes? Well, f

t just south of the Haile cottage. of stylish garments. Come in! Ladies' cravanet coats in all the go to Branning's, he has the largest
Miss Jessie Sanders, of Indianola, latest styles, children's long velvet -
' \ Mr. and Mrs. J. Begg and little WINSTON S. BRANNING line, all standard makes, prices right.
was in town Tuesday for a short coats, $1.50 at a special priceof
1 son arrived home last Friday and for Titusville, Florida. visit with friends. $2.98. Our new price list is now ready for '.

c_ the present are stopping at Myers Blankets and quilts, at prices I as- distribution. Some prices are lower.

L It:\ Cottage. Shipping Immature Fruit Full line of Standard and Favorite sure you are less than wholesale.Our EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co.
-- sewing machines now in stock at In- dress goods department no
a Victor Junior talking machines for The Produce News gives reasons dian River Music House. doubt is most complete. Mrs. F. C. Battle expects to go to

t. $10.00 at Indian River Music House. why shippers of Florida should not Ladies' ready made underwear, I Sanford today on visit to her niece,
best for the Boys, you should see the fine assort- know cannot buy the materialFor
The you
graphophone mon- send immature oranges to the mar- who is there from Lakeland for a
Great for children. ment of knickerbocker pants that the price we will sell you at Monday -
ey ever putout. ket. Every effort should be put while
have just arrived at Winston S. Bran- ready made.
Mrs. E. S. Wiley is now stopping forth to discourage this practice. ning's. Ladies' shirt waists in the latest Mr. S. E. Rice, Rev. W. F. Allen .

' at the Indian River Hotel until she Just why consumers will pay fancy styles, in madras and silks, prices and Mr. J. L. Carruthers left last
Mr. J. M. Osban left the first of ranging from $1.00 to 650.
either repairs her cottage on Main prices for the.first Florida oranges night, for Turnbull Hammock
on a
this week for Atlanta for the Matting-The most exquisite de-
street rebuilds the lot. is remarkable. They not fit to purposeof
or on same are squirrel hunt.
signs and a large variety of patternsto
buying up a carload of horses and
t On account of the heavy norther eat, frequently being sour enoughto mules. select from, prices more than Capt. A. W. Buie, of Jacksonville,

I and very low stage of water in Banana pucker the mouth. Such fruit right. a former resident of Titusville .

W creek Monday, the Canaveral-: cannot be conductive to health, andit THE STAR acknowledges receipt ofa Mail orders promptly filled on any here was I
Wednesday on a visit to relatives ",
i't' Artesia mail was not carried Tuest is a question if the boards of health pleasant call Monday afternoon of the above Juuus goods.KLINE Titusville. ; and friends.

from Mrs. Geo. M. Robbinsand Mrs.P. .
generally should not take a hand and
day. 'Phone No.8.Address .
Miss Nora Masters who has
Robottom. been
say if it is wholesome. This is an
( Contractor P. J. Hall commenced spending a few days with Miss
f work this week moving the Wiley age of pure, wholesome food agita- Miss Myrtle Willard, who has been on 'V. O. W. Benefits Louise Freeman, returned to her
tion and Federal in Tax Collector Hall's of-
governments are assisting
ft cottages. One of these will be mov- The Methodist church was crowded home in Mims, Monday.
regulating foods strenuously. In fice work, is now helping Assessor
.. ed to the cover of Main and Palm Sunday evening to its lull seating !
Even Key West is
.:: many instances they do for the people W. H. Hall with the assessment now a dry town,
S treets'hi : capacity by an attentive i
what the people will not do for congrega- the saloon keepers declining to take

,} Mrs. Dr. Gilmore, from Gaston, themselves. If immature roll.Mr. tion to listen to the address by the i out license until after November 5th,
oranges J. T. Knox located at
Ala., arrived in Titusville on a visit are unwholesome they could be bar- now I pastor, Rev. W. F. Allen, on perfected the date for holding the wet and dry
New Smyrna informed
so we are ,
f to her daughter, Mrs.C. A. Gardner, woodcraft. election.
red the health boards. I
by ,
will be the at this place for
operator I Titusville Camp, No. 141 W. 0. W
and will remain
Friday probably # :
One receiver said he'would Mr. 0. H. Voss
orange the Western Union in their commer- : of Enterprise, who
in numbers and
were present
for some time. like to discourage the shipment of: cial office. I a spec- has been located in Miami for some +
ial musical
Mrs.A. N. Nolle and baby arrived immature oranges, but the fancy: programme was prepared I time past, was in town Monday on t
Mr. H. F Brinton of and
Pittsburg, rendered for this occasion by
t ;
home Sunday from Shiloh. Mrs. prices they always bring cover a his way home to lookafter the inter-
Pa., arrived here the first of this Mrs. Chas. Jas. Denham and her
{ Nolle was accompanied by her mother multitude of sins." That is just the< ests of his farm.
week his to Canaveral wherehe choir.
on way ,
Mrs. Kuhl, who will visit with point. So long as the public will Miss Helen -
Miller called sud-
is visiting Mrs. L. A. Mackenziefor After a short introductory defining -i was ,
her daughter for a while. the price there will be shipperswho
Ik pay denly to St. Petersburg Monday by J
a couple of weeks. the origin of the order of Woodmen _
Mrs.M.. Campbellof Melbourne, will cater to them. In the end receipt of a telegram H
of the World
Miss Lena Mendel has closed her and how politics
Worthy Matron of the Order of these immature oranges are a great I serious illness of her sister, whois
dress making rooms and will take a and religious discord had crept into i
Eastern Star, Friendship ChapterNo. detriment to the state of Florida. in the hospital there.
vacation until about the first of De- the parent order so as to jeopardize 1 .
11, was in Titusville Tuesday to They are so sour that people get disgusted -
cember, when she will go to Day- the intentions of its founder, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kline and (
r be at the regular meeting with Florida and
present oranges
tona for the winter season. Allen discoursed upon the real bene- II Miss Leona Kline arrived Sunday :
turn to those from California.
of the Chapter.
i; Mr. Elmore Cohen fits of the order, the high aim of the afternoon direct from New York, .
l The Western Union sent a force necessarily lowers the price for the I Mrs. Kline and
same in benevolent and protective daughter having 4
R. C. Davis & Co. of Jack- I
Florida fruit and it slumps. Once ,
of half dozen hands here the first of <
I sonville work, and also referred in a statistical !- been away a little over three months.
Fay-Sholes typewriters
down it is difficult to If was
the week to connect the commercial
up way to the insurance features They are stopping atMyers Cottage.
in Titusville last Friday and Satur- J
r5 line to the commercial office, ripe oranges were shipped the open- and the financial strength of the Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Prindle *
day, and called at THE STAR office.A I of 0
ing prices would likely be maintained. -
which will be over the post office.
institution as well as to the unprecedented Huntington, W. Va., expect to spend
{ It is expected the work will be com- pleasant affair was the impromptu -
growth secret the coming in Titusville
any I season ,
Florida has not a full this dance Tuesday night. The music
pleted by the first of next week. crop
organization within its short life of much to the delight of their friends
season, so it is hoped the shipperswill was furnished by the colored string
Mr. Geo. C. Warner, southern less than thirty years. I and will probably occupy the Taylor
keep the immature oranges at band of the F. E. C. work train
district manager for the Racycle The speaker also referred to the cottage again on the river front.
home and thus get high prices for gang, who left early yesterday morn- I
bicycle, called on us yesterday after- protection that Woodmen would They also expect to bring friends
all of their fruit. ing for Hastings.Mr. .
noon on his way from Miami to give to mothers, wives and daughters i with them.

Jacksonville. The Racycle will be Wm. A.Warnock, of Jamaica, and
Church Notes unprotected women everywhere i Miss Daisy Brady arrived home
sold here the coming exclusively N. Y., writes the editor of THE STARas who need assistance and showed
year may Saturday afternoon from spending I
Regular preaching services \vibe
by the Indian River Music House. follows regarding the DeGrauw that the objects of the order were: the in
summer being met
held Cocoa away
at next Sunday, Oct.
estate: "I am pleased to advise
Mr. T. H. Sanders, of Indianola, 20th, by the pastor, Rev. W.o'. Allen that the surrogate has just admittedto you on an elevated plane, tending to bring i Jacksonville last Thursday by her *

generally known among his numer- out man's sympathizing and merciful -] father, Mr. E. L. Brady, and Mrs. I
as follows: at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. probate the will of Mrs. DeGrauw.Not I
ous friends as "Uncle Tom," spenta m. Sunday school at the Methodist a single witnessas producedto nature to the fullest extent.I Brady. Miss Daisy spent part of <

part of Friday and Saturday last church, Titusville 10 a. m. Owing to the field of Mr. Allen. the summer with her sister Mrs. F.M. .
lack of
in Titusville and attended the meet- Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on prove testamentary capacity -| work being extended the next service Wooten, at Camden, S. C. ,
or undue influence. In fact the
ing of Indian River Camp U. C. V. at this church will be in November \
Sunday next at LaGrange 11 "
: a. contest fell flat. We acknowledge receipt of an invitation -
due notice of which will be i in
We pleased to learn that Mr. given
are and at Titusville at 7 A l
m. m.
p. through County
The proceedings of the school these columns. Commis't't
is im
Sanders' condition steadily
collection will be taken for the
Baptist board for this month, in which is i sioner R. A. Conkling, to attend a

proving. Orphanage, at Arcadia. ;1 trial of road machinery in St. Lucie
embodied the opinion of counsel as Orange and Grapefruit Trees .
Stock For SaleJ. Dean Robottom will preach at Cocoa to what constitutes a nunresidentin '| county tomorrow as the guest of
Grown at Shiloh Fla.
on high
:M. Osban will arrive next Mon- on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock the eyes of the law, will be found '' hickory hammock. Free from hite ;: Mr. W. A. :Neal and regret to say

day from Atlanta with a carload of and at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. Every this week on page 3. Those who are i, fly. One year to two year old buds.5 that business appointments precludeour

horses and mules for sale. I body is cordially_invited. personally interested in the questionof Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully I-, being present. At some future

packed and delivered at Oak Hill
-- ---- -
paying tuition to have their children <' I time we hops to see the said machinery -
Kline's Specials in Clothing andGents' I The Alpine Hotel station.!' J. W. GRIFFIS I in practical operation.FURXITURE.DRY .
attend our public schools will
Shiloh Fla.
Titusville Fla., F. A. Losley
Furnishing DepartmentOur man-
find that the school board is not act- I .
On the European plan-furnished
clothing no doubt is the big- rooms and quick lunch. Centrally ing arbitrary about this matter, butare [ Draying I

gest assortment we have ever had. located. simply carrying out the pro'isions Drayins: or lunlins:of all kin.j prompt-Ii
J You in touch with goodi
In all the latest shades including ; ly alN-nttal to Meet all trains. Move can get a
browns. prices ranging from $10.00 ---- ---- of a state law under the proper ., .,,xl for sale at all till..-:;. i\i TALKING Machine here. Low price.

to $21.00. Gun Repair Works and Sail Loft interpretation of same by counsel. H. E. HULTOX '!Ask about it. Good thing? Yes. .. 1

Titusville, Fla. !1! Tricycles, Wheelbarrows, Steel
JULIUS KLINE, Titusville, All work guaranteed. Guns stock-
'Phone No. 8. ed and shot guns rebored.H. Dade Wet By Six Votes -- ----- : Yachts. ". ,

BENECKE, Titusville, Fla. Myers Cottage Chas. A. Gardner Phone 3-t
The result of the election in Dade I \
Stove WoodI Smoking Tobaccos county Tuesday was a victory for Mrs. Kate Myers has changed the For SalelOne
offering 16-inch pine stove of her house '
am name boarding to Myers
wood that has never been turpentined. Sensation, Duke's Mixture, Bull the wet side by the very slim ma- Cottage. This house (formerly the| j pair thoroughbred 4 months

All other wood you buy now Durham, U. S. :Marine Old English jority of six. It is not known whether -o Alpine cottage) is located on Hopkins !; old pups, cross between setter and

has been turpentined; 25 cords cut Curve Cut Van Bibber,Turkish Tro- this result will stand until the official street, where Mrs. Myers will be !' pointer, will be of right age to train .

and dried ready for delivery.G. phies, White Rolls. canvass, which will be madetomorrow. pleased to see all of her old patronsand when season opens. Address D.,care

G. HOWARD. BANNER DRUG STORE. I the traveling public generally. t STAR office.


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Clerva, has caused to be posted

r.Y.}, :?il:..;., .t'.r:: 'ir- .-r1qpt asTyt.t; :: .'tr.Y.;!.}:;....: throughout the provinces of Spain notices l THE f mn wn ;
warning emigrants against goingto l

eo Panama to work on the canal set-

ting forth the danger of the climate 'Florida
"::u: 11SDNC.F and the large death rate. The government Scores of Bave.,

claims to have proof that laborers Learned It .

on the canal are grossly deceivedby If yon gaffer from backache, !
recruiting agents and are compelled -
Tb-ere it.
is one way to cure
to live under abominable condI-
The perfect way is to cure the kidneys. !
tIons.. The complaints however, are
A bad back means sick kidneys. 1
said to be traceable to Spanish land-
; rr CWr a&ti :'>, '' -V [,IJow.
trouble i iDoan'
y7 r. w i.--*..;:: Jt'*:: : :vY*:,: -vAlf-1.f}:; '*-Y,7rii j fi' : n' lords who find their laborers lured Neglect it, nnnary

7 x. t away by prospects of better wages. Kidney Pills are made for k'ul- \

..' ':'r- y:: ,.<.:?, : 'rr. Mexico Welcomes Root. new only. ;

it Secretary of State Root who arrivedat S. B. Lemons, cigannaker, living at
J {spad.., a{!! .s...,,!,, Fla. I
the City of Mexico last week wasgit'en 1311 Ashley Street, Tampa, safe; .:
Ingle sovereign representing the whole work up public opinion against various the "I used Doan's Kidney Pills anti they
by peopleas
hearty reception
POLITICAL'' schemes of the Belmont system, thena cured me of backache and disorder of the '
I people.
well as by the officials of the Mex-
rival-schemes which were generally kidneys. Two or three times! on accountof
National Hearst Party Launched. believed would improve the traction lean government President Diaz, the pain in my back I was unable togo

j. President at McKinley Tomb.At Coincident with the convention of the with all the members of the Mexican to work for several days. The secretions -
facilities of the city. He told how this
; Canton, O, Sept. 30 the mausoleum New York Independence league a con- cabinet present received Mr. Root In of the kidneys were in a very bad
f money had been used to bring out a
President erenr-e of the leaders in the various the hall of ambassadors in the national condition, dark in color and if allowedto
I of the late McKinley,
strong showing of opposition through
state organizations of the who palace. Mr. Root expressed himselfas stand would become of the consistencyof
$. built at a cost of over $600,000 contributed league, the organization of citizens' associa- I tried various remedies taking
friends of followers of Editor delighted to meet the man who had jelly.
; by a million citizens of the republic -
tions. He gave the names of various what seemed like gallons of medicine and
Hearst met at New York and made Mexico one of the foremost of
was dedicated In the presenceof perfected prominent lawyers who had been retained I also put on plasters, but nothing helped I
a great throng of people from all a temporary or provisional organization to assist him. Some of these expenses Latin American countries, and he hoped me at all until I got Doan'a Kidney

;4 t :..':' parts of the country and with addresses of a national Independence to the amount of $159.000 were for a continuance of the good re- Pills upon the advice of a friend of mine, i

:t by President Roosevelt Justice league with Hearst himself as chair- known as tie "subway special" account sults arising from the cordial relations and using them according tod.rections: 'I

+' # :- Day, Governor Harris of Ohio and the man of the national committee. A set As the champion of Ryan's surface between the United States and Mexico. they cured me in a very short time." I

reading of a poem written for the oc : of principles was agreed upon to be lines Quigg got people to protest President Diaz: hi reply said that For sale bv all dealers. Price 50 cents. 11

' : casion by James aid before the first national convention against more subways except on the Mr. Root's zealous work, for a better Foster-Millum: Co., Buffalo, New York,

v r Whitcomb RUey. early next year. condition of free transfers.It understanding between the Ujolted sole agents for the United Hates
J; States and Latin America was well Remember the Doan'a and k
;j Mss Helen McKinley What Attorneys General 'ant. was shown that not only had the name- -

1 of Cleveland The convention of sta4e attorneys ledgers and journals of the Metropolitan known and duly appreciated and he take no other. i 1
i a welcomed the in the name 'i
: the only general at St Louis came to a close been destroyed, but that a majority secretary ;
sister of the late of the Mexican nation.EDUCATIONAL. Clay and Orange are two of the latest
with definite action looking to a per. of the checks covering $800,000 I
i : -'c president unveiled manent organization and the appoInt- charged to construction or subway accounts to jump on to the "water-wacon"

t t the bronze ment of a committee to draft a schemeof had disappeared. Most of the I
I I Lest We
statue ofIe- antitrust legislation to be sent to all check stubs submitted did not containthe

'", i:| Kinley. The attorneys general. Besides this a resolution names of the payees. forget-baby is restless, can't sleep at .
1] tomb contains was adopted in the form of a i Senator Borah Acquitted. Gift With Strange Conditions. night, won't eat, cries spasmodically. A

"rtrl the bodies of memorial to congress recommending a I After being out only long enough to Considerable interest has been aroused bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge never

c : :: .:__ President McKinley law to prohibit circuit courts from haying take one ballot the Jury at Boise acquitted in educational circles by the peculiar fails to cure. Every mother should give ,
her baby White's Cream'ermifnge.. So f
--' <
Mrs. McKinley Jurisdiction In any case brought to United States Senator Borah will of Miss Anna T. Jeanes
many times when the baby is pale and
; j ; and of ,: restrain a state officer or any administrative of the charge of conspiracy to steal who died recently at Philadelphia. In fretful, the mother does not know whatto

their two chil- board of a state from instituting Idaho timber lands from the government I this will she left a bequest of $ ,OUO"- do. \ bottle of this medicine would

Tomb of McKInley. dren. Ida and In a state court any proceeding to The case had been submitted I 000) ( to Swarthmore college on the Iron- bring color to his cheeks and laughter to

Mary, ,,'ho died enforce the laws of such state. Nevertheless without argument by the defense, and clad condition that the college refrain his eyes. Give it a trial. Sold by Banner I
In Infancy. Vice President Fairbanks they are willing to have the the: verdict was greeted with cheers in from taking part in all Intercollegiatesports Drug Store and Titusville Pharmacy.CASTORIA .

S i. members of the cabinet and many men decision of the highest state court reviewed the: courtroom and with a great popular and that its faculty eliminateall t
and women of prominence took part in by the supreme court as now demonstration throughout the city. athletics. The matter has been

the parade which preceded the unveiling provided by law. Attorney General Capitol Grafters Indicted. taken under advisement by the boardof :

-t i Taking the character of McKinley Hadley of Missouri was chosen presi- Numerous indictments against all of trustees. Miss Jeanes was formerlya For Infests and I
his the said it but became Buddhist and Children. f
as text president dent of the permanent organizationLEGALCRIMINAL the fourteen defendants In the Pennsylvania Quaker a +
: would be a disaster to the country to capitol graft cases hare been wrote a book on that faith. The Kind You Hats Always Bought

I adopt,"an attitude of hatred and envy returned by the grand Jury at Harrisburg Combining Rural 1 Schools.

it a- toward success worthily won toward I I chiefly on charges of conspiracyto Under Vermont's new law common Bears theSignature !

Q 1-. wealth honestly acquired." He added defraud the state by false In'oiees.IFOREIGN school districts are In process of enlargement I of

that there was only one other thing as Prohibition For Tennessee.The and concentration, for

t Important-namely, the war upon chi- supreme court of Tennessee has wherever two or more outlying towns. f iS :I

;: canery and wrongdoing "which are affirmed the constitutionality of the ( I can agree to unite under one supervisor I t

peculiarly repulsive when exhibited by Pendleton act which in effect extends the state pays a large part of the

i men who have no excuse of want of" the: provisions of prohibition to all but Japans Welcome to Taft. salary of such officer."Pneumonia's PUAMBERLA1! S
poverty of ignorance their crimes.
five cities of the state. The same legislature -
Secretary Taft and family arrived at --
In their Interest these should 1
own men which passed this law abolishedthe U c. ,
Yokohama on the steamer Minnesota Deadly Work q
seek by the conduct of their lives to
charters of five titles Knoxtille. .
a build up respect for the law. But he Bristol Clarksville Columbia- and Sept 28 and upon landing found the had so seriously affected my right lung" ., ;:S... $ ". /
't drove home the idea that the man of city draped with American and Japanese I
Jackson-and reincorporated them under writes Mrs Fannie Connor, of Rural
r s wealth must have the same protection the new law which prohibits saloons colors intertwined and the impe- Route[ I, Georgetown, Tenn, "that I
1 rial carriages in waiting. With him
as the poor man. within their borders. The five DIARR.Hffi !
was the new American ambassador to coughed continuously night and day and
s: Roosevelt's Mississippi Trip. cities where liquor can be sold after .
Japan. Thomas O Bneu. The local the neighbors' predidion-CODlumption-i .'
i At Keokuk. la., before starting on his Jan. 1 next are Memphis, Binghamton, newspapers published extended inter seemed inevitable, until my husband i ': b 'M 1"u\ .w ,I
500 mile Journey down the Mississippi, Chattanooga. Nashville and La Fol ,.
views with the American secretary, iu brought home a bottle of Dr. King's New i
the president proclaimed that there lette. which he the that ;
expressed opinion
Discovery, which in my case proved to be few doses of thIS will invariably 1
his remedy ,
1 1 would be no retreat In war upon State Versus Federal Receivers. the United Mates and Japan would always -
the: only real cough cure and restorer of : cure an ordinary attack of
the Illegal corporations no matter If it
r Attorney General Jackson of New remain friends. lIe said he poke diarrhoea
r should hurt business He admitted weak, sore! lungs" When all other rem t
York has asked Justice Ford of the supreme not merely as the secretary of war but It can always be depended upon,
that his policy mlsrht have been a con. edies utterly fail, still win in the
court to appoint receivers to also us the "secretary of i eace. All of you may even in the more severe attacks of
trlbutory cause of the financial depresslon wind up the affairs of the NevYork the papers published cordial editorials battle against throat and lung troubles cramp colic and cholera inorbus t

'j but denied again that it was City railway and to call to account the of welcome The Taft party was entertained with Sew Discovery, the real cure. Guaranteed -' It is equally successful for summer

mainly responsible. At any rate, it directors of the Metropolitan systemfor by Foreign Minister Hayasbl bv the Banner Drug tore and Ti- diarrheas and cholera iufantum in I

would be "infamous" to heed the appeals failing: to do their duty. Justice at luncheon and at night the municipality tn-vme Pharmacy oOc and 100. Tnal children, and is the meads of saving ,

of certain business men and ""not Ford issued the preliminary order to gate a dinner In TaWs honor bottle free.OuJv.j3rroTi.iua.. I the lives of many children each year.

i' to do all that can be done to punish this effect, but at the same time Federal Mr Taft expressed himself as greatly When reduced with water and
sweetened it is to take.
these great wrongdoers" The big : pleasant
Judge Lacombe of the circuit delighted with the cordiality of : reception of should
Every man a family
+ crowd of more than : ,OOO people court, who appointed Receivers Robin and with the enth Jt asm Bear tie Ita *:u You Hav Ural Boil."hl this remedy in his home Buy it now.keep

I cheered their approval when the president son and John for theew York City aroused by his speech at the dinner of Signature "" -# I I PRICE. 25c LARGE SIZE, 50c.noU .

3 shouted. "If righteousness conflicts railway last week, extended their authority the municipality of I

x with the fancied Mends of bn i l., to the Metropolitan Street railway In this declared that war betweenthe

tj ness, then the latter must g;) to the on the ground that the New York : two countries would be a crime -

. wall" In emphasizing! the value of City had control of Metropolitan against cUIlizatk He told the Japanese -

the man In the rinks: the average li>. assets the former being the lessee of that no matter what the reports: Do suffer

t ", t dividual of "fighting: edge he said the latter. The petition of .Attorney might be, the world would hate con3 .
that this nation could whip the world. General Jackson charges collusion In dence that the Japanese government with severe '

but that preparation was necessary. Judge Lacombe's appointments through Prince Ito was: pursuing a Headaches

i { The latter pirt: of the s*>ee<'!b was devoted V.ctcalf Exclusion Upheld. policy in Korea which will nul ce for
t f to th> devlos>in"nt of river h: b. when
? TLe New York court of appeals has Justice aud utilization. In regard to

ways, !irrljjuou, forest planting and Uilnued: the dttNion of the lower the sale of the Philippines Taft spoke I
i 1 the system of state :I'"I"tnral'h'XI! *, frankly that the suggestion
A 'f iorts which held that the theater saying was: :
; t Other spetbes: in >.mihr'hI were '.. '.1,11! excluded Critic Metcalf of Life I absurd. lIe said that Japan did not r L

t mad at Ste. Lui4J Cjiro. wbe-e 1 It.:-a"se of his anti-Hebrew criticisms want the Philippines, as she had problems -

i stops, were made of t'e! management was within Its le- of the same nature nearer home

c. The prudential party was greeted ;11! r:,'.lS. The higher court says that and that the United States could! not
by a corutrittee of
men thlrtenu tate govern'ors of the ;c' anal hatred and that theaters area the, violation of its obligations '

i 'i middle wet and the meaner of the! : i',' cc'a""e miler state lontrolPUJ to the Philippine eople. The
Interstate waterway: l'Ollm1gsion. The of Yokohama
city presented a silver
: ;c Sentiment to Order. Taaoa MI /t p%.
occasion of the predent's trip I, the ser.IcetoMrs. Ttft.ftE'r this
I I t;infth
L(!'::uel E l t:ig;. former (thairmau Will
%j deep waterway movement do;vu the ,f I'W York 1l'Iu1olkanIuty many leading statesmen said that It Cure You.
4 Mississippi! ttJ gulf The president should end nil talk fear of ,
0:1:1111mt or war on The liver is the for the whole
: a member of congress. main-spring body. To 1:1 9
s expet
u and his party Sled!! ,oil tbe steamer :..It.'n n* tbe polt:<'al henchman of the part of the Japanese people. good health, one must keep the liver m good order. To do M', :

t *t; Mississippi Upon reaching: Memphis :,'u:i-nr Platt has been bright lute loiter the secretary bid a private audience a regulator is needed. Herblne will put your liver in the con

g ; he took part in the deep waterway con l r>;,ilienie untl. the searchlight i.: with the emperor of Japan in dition it should be and you will not suffer from head hl:6. II

4 ventlon The negroes of Ke kuk. before !his I'.taet'! The uj-ervr and the secretary -
t ul ik service ,
:e |> : ioiiuaNMnn as die
'y his departure, presented Mr Koo e- .fo,i ICo:iii'-el wins into the affairu talked with the aid of an inter A POSITIVE CURE '

velt with a gold headed cane as an ,. l';viir for ten minutes" In a conhdenti.
; th.'It.. tru
evidence of their confidence in his ad. iiouoaibinc. At, t : a: .\t the same time Mrs Taft was FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND

ministration.At t ntl.J.1 had ul I Ifp y :xt-eiuM 1 by the e1Jprl'SS. Ueii iprts-ai I If' FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIAAND

St. Louis where the first stop readyt'l'i'ndmwn '\ :\,"ivx,.:iois of friendship were made ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.

was made the president rode in an f> (iijn l I.\ the 't 3 Later Mr and Mrs. Taft were enter
open carriage through the thronged ti5m-d at luncheon: by the mikado awl
dK! ';.erof a '
i streets despite a downpourlng rain and P..M ,,."t of nla ",....,- '"\ his A, ifc', The in!kalo said' be likeiVnerica ) Has Done A World Of Goode
delivered hIs address to the multitude (.i ,} and admired Roosevelt
I t' hi
: "u ) a
; .
while his clothes were dripping wet ) Mrs. C. D. Philley, Marble Falls, Texas, writes: "I have
!r r tie MefropolKa /r\ Railway Strike Ties Up Havana.
Business Men'sleague used Herbine and find it the best liver corrective I have ever
of the
r At a luncheon tbe :i Securities 6f. I The bn-iw-x of Ilavam Cuba, has: tried. It done my family as well as myself a world of good
j he drank In champagne cutnI.any chargej been pirahzeJ bv one of the greatest and I recommend it to all my friends. I never aufler from
toast to himself as president, first have to "con ;truc- strikes: in her history. being caused bv headaches anymore."

ing hesitated and then drinking a glass t Ion account / J the walkout of the engine drivers on SOc WILL BUY IT.

of wine because certain prohibition- Oa the stand MrVJai (he railway lines leading out of the

5, Ists at the table had said triumphantlythat ;; calmly ad. tity Their grievance is that they are

he was not going to drink it His milted that be .. t ;' paid In Spanish' and not American Ballard Snow Liniment Co.Soo502 .

} c speech followed the same general lines had drawn $15,. money It has been almost impossible N. Second St. ST.
of that at Keokuk. emphasizing the ,
000 n tear to in to move any trains. as the men employed
need of a great fighting navy to main flucnce legislation to take the places of the sinkers MHBBHHHISold

tain our position as a world power and In the com Lemuel E. Quigy are afraid to work although protected

asserting that the Pacific mobilization mlttee rooms at Albany and that he by the police. and Recommended by

i was a long distance practice and test had disbursed in four years $217,307,
rruite He aid tbe big interstate ran No Spaniards For Panama. T1.1u.s-v1.Uo; Phnrxn.aoy:
over half of whichhad been used to and
,. m:.... tinu;ii han to la controlled by'_a The Ppauih minister of the interior: Bangor Drug S'toro

.... .. .
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spy $ r .
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; w g;$=e- x_ wAY; OCTOBER 18, leo'r THE FLORIDA STAR e 3 it /i t

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"I1EsOENBws" bound from New York to New Orleans. Pecan Industry at MonticeUo. A. Most Valuable Agent. .

During the afternoon she was visited BEST FOR THEBOWELS A dispatch from Montlcello sa>s: The glycerine employed in Dr. Pierce'j ,

.- : by local boatmen but her captain re Through the efforts of Mr. H. 31 medicines greatly enhances the medicinal 11

\ IK PAIR FLORIDA fused assistance in the hope of getting properties which extracts from native
Simpson, who a year ago, with his sons medicinal roots and holds In solution

,, -1;:. afloat on a high tide. This Is the the nut nave much better than alcohol would. It also
:!,1'.jj,' ';!\ If yoa haven't*rerolar.healtfcv movement the bought nurseries and a
. :; -; -filt'lS third ship that has recently run jKwl.. ryd r,you're ill onrW be. Keep your since continued them with such slgnrwsuccess possesses medicinal properties of its own, .
Being Done Towards the De- .
jow l open,sad be well. Force in the shape of valuable demulcent
L.4i' ate aground In the same place. Miami riolesiphyatoorpill 01011011. U dangeron The being a nutritive,
number northern
a of and
mootbef, of antiseptic and antifennent It
airiest most perfect way keeping adds r
: < .opment 9f the Peninsula News.Yesterday's. the bow lc clear and clean 1*to take eastern gentlemen have become financially greatly to the efficacy of the Black Cherry- .

; CANDYCATHARTIC interested in this section with bark Bloodroot, Golden Seal root Stone
t cornmenced election for the purposeof root and Queen's root, contained in t
r. \ in Duval county.Jftf'l annexing the territory within sev the result that The North Florida Pecan "Golden Medical Discovery subduing

-. -, Practically, every school in Florida en-eighths of a mile of the present city Company, with a capital of $50,000 chronic or lingering coughs bronchial,
) throat and lung affections for all of which
was recently organized here and the , this week for the winter terra. limits proved entirely succesful for ,
these recommended
agents are by stand- .',
Governor Broward and 'his family the city, which is now growing by large Wirtland plantation some three ard medical authorities.In .

f and a half miles west from ilonticelto all cases where there is a wasting
t .are now occupying the new gubernatorial leaps and bounds. The next step will
'! : I consIsting of 1 250 acres, was purc :lied away of flesh, loss of appetite, with weak" ,
--, mansion in Tallahassee. be to absorb West Tampa. Notwithstanding stomaA in the of
as early stages con
from Mr. Abe Simon and this val-
Judge Sheppard. of the Unlte the fact that Mayor Frecker EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY summihn,there can be no doubt that glycerine t
uable tract 50 cent of which Ms .
per /acts as a valuable nutritive and
States District at Pensacola his had a skilled band on the streets all Pleasant, Palatable. Potent. Taste Good Do
court : aids /he G idea Seal root. Stone root
Good Merer SUlf n.Weaken or Gripe; 10.25 and cleared, is now their property.
been instructed to assist Judge Locke day with banners floating dispensing; SO eeata per box. Write tor tree sample,and book Queefjs rofct and Black Cherrybark in
music everywhere, little enthusiasm let on health. Addreia *33 I The company proposes laying off the prom 'n igestlon and building up the
3' nr in Jacksonville. very Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New Tort i cleared: part of the property in fist flesh an ..strength, controlling the cough
was manifested by residents inside and lain r\g about a healthy condition
The official count of the returns the city as assumed that KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAM acre lots, and planting on each lo. of the w lie system. Of course it must

k in the recent wet and dry election in everyone 100 pecan trees of a standard vanet> not be e .jected to work miracles. It will
the result was assured and a light not cure nsumption except In its earlier

Escambia county shows that the county vote was cast. On the other hand near ; Brevard County School Board and selling these lots with an agreement stages. t will rnr. vrrr yvijr oWI-

voted to retain the saloons by a majority to carefully look after and cult naif, hang- rr, c hrmyic cpuf h a..bronchial
ly every voter of the territory to be annexed The board of public instructionmet andlurvrmeai trm T uLifel*"mc_1'XZ sore!JZ '
of 192 votes. vate the trees for a period of not leg t w rsenecs. In acute cougos '
i voted.-Tampa Tribune. Monday Oct. 7th with full
than five years. Broad and ornamental It Unotsoetlediive. it is In the lingering
F. B. Stubbs of .Macon, Ga., has rented board present. hang-n coughs or those of long standing,
the Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, fora Crazed either by drink or unrequitted The minutes of the last meetingwere avenues are being laid out throng:. even when accompanied by bleeding from

love, a Greek of Tarpon Springs, read and approved. the property, and in such way thi;. lungs, that it has performed Its most
term of eight years. It is said that marvelous cures.
i whose name is supposed to have been Treasurer's report for Sept. was each five-acre lot will have an entranceIf Prof. Finley Ellingwood M. D.,of Bennett

$40,000 was paid for the lease coveringthe Demetrius Spanosa this morning sought found correct and redeemed war- not on the' main avenue then Med. College, Chicago, says of glycerine

period mentioned. refuge from his sorrow in death, committing rants cancelled and filed. on a discernible and very plain ca dyspepsia: It serves an excellent purpose.

Complete returns from the wet &u suicide by shooting at a lodg- FINANCIAL SUMMARY. riage pathway leading to them. THs Holding hydrogen a in fixed solution.annuity Is of one the of peroxide the best of

dry election held in Putnam county ing house conducted by Mrs. Rebe at Warrants outstanding last report f 2,369.56 work Is in the hands of Mr. W. W. manufactured products of the present time in
** issued _____ I its action upon enfeebled disordered stomachs -
I'{ last week show that the vote was 5ST the corner of Franklin and Harrison meeting 3,113.55 Bassett, a graduate of Cornell university I ,especially if there is ulceration or catarrhal -
gastritis (catarrhl inflammation of
i as against 368 in favor of a dry county, streets, over the old W. G. Allen grocery -' 5458.11 and a native of Interlachen, X. Y. stomach), it is a most efficient preparation.
Warrants in _______ Glycerine will relieve of pyrosis
: the 21) paid Sept. 1,047.73 many
making prohibition while the
majority store. Spanosa, not more than general superintendent/ heartburn) and excetelre gastric stomach)
i. The Confederate veterans of the 10 minutes before the tragedy, entered i Warrants now outstanding_____ 4,41038 In the hands of Mr. Roy Simpson. Mr. acidity.Golden" Medical Di3conI'J'enriches and

j State will hold their reunion in Pensa the lodging house and, upon giving Total cash on hand____________ 211.15 John Craig, professor of horticulture at purifies the blood carlo blotches, pimples
eruptions,scrofulous swellings and old sores
cola October 23 and 24. As all 25 cents to a young woman connected Deficit in funds______ _________ 4,229.23 Cornell, is president of the company. or ulcers
r camps Send to Dr. R.V. Pierce,of Buffalo N.Y.
: are urged to send representatives it Ls therewith, repaired to a room on the ITEMIZED EXI'E DITt'RES. and among the original stockholder is for free booklet telling all about the satin 1

third floor. shaking :Mr. Abe Simon medicinal roots composing this wonderful
He with of MonticeUo
believed that the attendance will S3 was nero County school fund. ana a medicine. There Is no alcohol is iU

unusually large.SpeakIng vousness or ague at the time, which attracted Teacher's salaries--------.......41,525.00( number of gentlemen of means fnin -

the young woman's attention. Transportation of pupils_______ 110.00 Vincennes, Ind. The enterprise not I
W. E. Booth repairs No. 16.________ 190.43
t of a real hustling up-to- 7x, ottl'eluatU Sit of Yacht tiN BMt-
Tampa News.A VV E Booth finishing No. 16,________ 125.00 only bids fair to be a paying and try fuildimf Boos tier Publtiktd.

I date city, did you ever stop to think Albert Owens repairs No. 22________ 9,73 profitable one to the Investors but e

,.. that there are eighteen automobiles of telegram was received in Tampa G S Snedecker painting repair No 23 58.00 the will RUDDER
Hodgson Bros repairg Nom.30,79 property be a credit to this

different makes in Quincy, ranging last Saturday from City Attorney Gun. Chas D Provost supplies No. 17____ 6.47 section of the country and one of the HOW-TO BOOKS

V. from $400 to $3,500. The above true by, stating that he, in company with A B Carter work on No. 17________ 3.00J ,
Pritchard &; Son supplies No 6____ 1.90 showplaces of Jefferson count aa Over joco boats hive been built from the lows
. +i. statement secured by a Times man on Messrs. Sparkman, Knight and Wood, Fee &; Stewart. hwd and sup No 25_. 7.33 money Is not being spared In mak.n; printed in the a books-Successfully sailed In

last simply this the had started from Atlanta for Kilter, John M Minor repairs No 25________ 12.50Max every clime and upon every sea-Full detail
Wednesday, means L Vonkoppelow tanks to No 16 9.00J H not only all it should be from a ccn.- drawing of all parts showing what it is and r

fact that Quincyites have money to : Me., where the Tampa Waterwor: B Walker &; Co paint for No 6_____ 24.00II mercial standpoint, but a beautiful aa-J how to nuke R-Text extremely simple. f

I: burn-gasoline with anYWay.Gadsden : Company will make its application 'oran E Wakefield clean lot sup No 16__ 8.35 HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $!SO t
Wm Hindle freight on deekoNo10.. 1.50 very attractive place from a horticii- 1C font tram nibwt L.rkr.'y to kiLl;maD hnrerp _
Co. injunction against the city before i good ncu'(teat tow&tvy I.k .m the tuiuM Ie.
Times. EeL & Sap Co supplies No 22____. .25 tural view.A .
Judge Locke. On the arrival of the Parker Bros 2 tanks No 16_________ 107.00 HOW TO BUILD A SKINACK '
Conrad Schmid, who recently returned A B Vance supplies for schools._.... 9.00 A 8n* boat, !. af.r.oo. M.lmK w k.o.bte4: ah..a fatkoal..t.r
party in Atlanta, where the matter was G M Certain Cure for Croup-Used for tr..w-.fuI.h-eMihiUWaear.., .
frOm a tour through Euaipe. kobbins legal services to board. 5.00 nf; fall p lt muA, 'e.ot eampliHed boats
to have been'presented before Judge H & W B Drew Co seats Hyloplate. 88.77 Ten Years Without a Failure HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP

brought back with him some seeds .>f H E Wakefield janitor No 16_______ 6.00 Mo.i iuumftil nnmt ...rkm* .m imgati a pre..inn.r .
which is extensively Pardeelit was found that Judge Par- G F Duren etc No 6______ 8.80 Mr. W. C. Bott, a Star City, Ind., hardware no A..aKa.Asa and Autralia; ..., to bail 1 v
forage plant .
dee was too ill to transact business. It Amer Book Co free and U S books.. 143.95 merchant, is enthusiastic in his to 'a.'u.HOW
used in the old country. The plant is H & W B Drew Co Fla histories3.33 praise of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
was then agreed to go on to KIttery, Sunjilo ..... a species of bean and is one of the Eaton & Co copy books._.________ 14.40 His children have all been subject to ..a pr.../_ MYeralllUler plaaa
: : Mr. where Judge Locke is spending his va J. B.Walker frghU po;tg, exp. etc. 17.50 croup and he has used this remedy for HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT eA
staple stock foods of Europe.
cation. John.Walker salary supt. for Sept. 73.00 the past ten years,_and. though they mach fiM mrl arMtn.1 rrnuin( bossi. teed tibia ..ecaa.sfiler
E. B. Arnold per diem and mileaze. 17.20 sotUUe tat tbl.lrl: waresHOWTOBUILDASHOALORAUGHTSL00P
Schmid has distributed the seed amen; J
feared the his wife and he
croup, alwaysfelt
G. S.
Singleton,per diem and mileage 12.20A.
a few planters and the outcome of the Many high power cars were built CuP J. safe retiring when a bottle ofChamberlain's 1
Carter per diem and mileage. 9.80 upon A<4rnr btUe tailor j....t,wit noderata OT rkaataacmail
> experiment wtih the European hay will the Vanderbilt Cup Race, which failed! John Henry commission as treas__. 3411 Cough Remedy was in the earl plu.

to occur and the manufacturers E C Advocate print finan btatment._ 2.00 house. His oldest child was subject to .MOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
be watched with interest-Miami Rec arc John Henry typewrtg. min. for pub. 2.00 severe attacks of croup, but this remedy K*.r t,,kiU.mThi. ord. very anxious to exploit and try oat Wm Stones assist examiner_________ 8.00 never failed to effect a speedy cure. He to bcgu.itli;can\M boii&61 ebespi/,at_lioop or

these cars. It is also anticipate 1 E E Macey serf on grad.. com 8.50 has recommended it to friends and neighbors HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA .
rooipM dnmptma of low to buildsod.l Neo
II E Wakefield 600 ;
j Floating in the St. Johns river along that many European makers will send C McCandless '. 4.00 and all who have used it say that it skiff turf w 18Ii.JIlr mourb.PRICE .

. side the dock of the Philadelphia Line cars if the loops constructed Wm Stair bal painting Xo 6__________ 77.50P is unequaled for croup and whooping $1. 4PSVAtp.Y
are so
of the Southern Steamship Co., at the J Hall extra work No 6___________ 27.00 trough For pale by Banner Drug: Store EACH
that the cars can run continuously for S F Travis sUPI,1ies.No 16__________ 123.73 and Titusville Pharmacy Cimc3 ANTWMKRC
foot of Laura street the body of O. C. any distance. "Senator" J. W. Morgan Kingston and Hatter paint Nos 16 UQ 63.00 Bound in cloth-Cold lettmnz-Size of pat*
It M Packard desks No 16-----73; by u inches-Larif,cir.uly-drawn :
Ferrill of Rochester, N. Y. a white man dray on Accidents 9 plans.
happen but the best
and members of the racing board of regulated -
W A Hart repairs to school wagon__ 22 00 ,
about thirty years of age was discovered the American Automobile Association Horace Bradford clean closets Xo 16._ 5K) families keep Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

___________ for such emergencies. It subdues the pain MURNAT STMCCV New
and dragged on to the dock by J- Farley painting No24 1500 and heals the harts. i 9 Yeas u. a. A
are now arranging a program and expect Jake Kyzer repairing bell No 5..____ 1.00F
employees of that company yesterday to have it complete in a few dars. : M Taylor lOHO stamped envelopes.. 21.81Special Sr.d'.sfar'athitman's for Library.Catalogue of foots for

morning. The body was badly mutilated Great Camp MeetingThe
Major Foster expects to arrive from tax school I>ist.No. 1.

' by crabs and appeared to have Cleveland about the last of this moai'i John lIenry com as treasurer1,76 F. E. C. Railway will sell tick-

been in the water about thirty-six ets to Titusville and under
return the
at time motoring matters In connection Total issue $ 3,118.55
hours. following conditions for the annual
with the Ormond-Daj tour Mr. Singleton offered the follow-
campmeeting, to be held here com-
Deputy Sheriffs George and Jim : nament will become lively.-Daytona ing motion: I move that the non- mencing Oct. 22nd and ending 28th: 1

* Bell were sent this morning to Stem Gazette News.September resident tax payers of this county, I From St. Augustine, West Palm ERRYS .'

per in response to a message from be exempt from the tuition fee. Beach and intermediate stations to
was a light shippic' Motion was lost.
O'Neill's turpentine camp a few mile Titusville, round-trip tickets will
i month, the exports from the port having : The superintendent presented a be sold daily, October 22nd to 25th Seedsprove
from there, which said that Albert Fen-
a valuation of $SS3,021, showing a written opinion from Mr. Geo. M. inclusive, at rate one and one-third
nell, a young negro about eighteen Robbins in regard to what consti- their worth at harvest
decrease over the month previous. Tht fares, with final limit October 29th,
time. After of
I years of age, in a quarrel had shot his tutes a non-resident. On motion, it 1907. Saturday and Sunday October over fifty years
principal items of lumber
export were success,'hey are pronouncedthe
mother-in-law in the head. The woman was ordered that the opinion be incorporated 26th and 27th round-trip tickets
best and surest by careful
* and timber and but few shipments tr
was still living at last reports, but had in the minutes of this will be sold at the following low planters everywhere. Your
# other articles which
I little chance of surviving long. Fernelif 1 usually run the meeting. rates, limited to Monday followingdate dealer sells them. 1907 Seed

| took to the woods. The officers are valuation up ,to a high mark, win i Copy of Opinion.Mr. o/ sale to return: Anndal free on request.D. .

made. During the month 16'esols I I .M.FERRY X CO.,MUKSO
: John K. Walker, of Public Instruc-
. looking for him.-Tampa Times. fcupt St. Angti tineto Klktou. Inel________ $1.OI
entered from foreign and 10 from domestic ion. .lrntstrongandliurds-------------- ;"I

| A letter from Major A. B. Foster, ports, making a total of T( Replying to yours of Ott. 2ud. with reVremv '" Ili....tings t<> East... I'aUtLa. including I'a, YEARS'EXPERIENCE
to tuition it-quired from children of Utka and an Mateo ,
president of tbe Florida East Coast An entrances. The clearances were 21 lon-rcMdent.. I would state that a nonresident YeHington to New J niyrna. Inel .H3HaukslUrk 0

tomobile .Association assures the ;success for foreign and S for domestic makin is one who retains his legal roideiifp -... tat f
in anotb..r"tatt' A person may own property Oik Hill. .11'
. of the coming racing tournamej a total of 29 clearances. There wore in Florida and tit" a tax yrrand h.i\ea winter I LvraU --.-u M
: President Foster has interviewed may two cargoes to enter free from duty home hre. lout if lie nuVi-s some other 1'ritth.irds -. ... L;
sUte his permanent home, and! < lh'h.pitepSlories _.__ .31J
t '... of the manufacturers, and found thtK and one subject: to duty. The col'tK- if he .I'h-- there, he ii a non-reMdent. (i City Point---------------------------- -IiI'

all very enthusiastic but they favo,' tions were 51S0.22: duties on imports OH the other harm if a pvrson ouiispn.- | I/eoaand P.tnkledge -- __ ____.-_u ,II' TRADE MARKS '
perty and has a winter home in KIoiid.i and ,j dxinina and Runavettnre---- Ia DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
long distance events, which will mate and $1.676.73 tonnage tax. The corn dttlarrs his intention of nuking Horitl.t his I IPinedaandEsuallie._unh_. 1a !
; ; t
' necessary the construction of loops at tries to which shipments sere mad eraunent home, he is a n-sident !If Florida ''lellournetGrautInel.-- u Ii'I Anyone sending a sketch and ..retber ,
t and rtititlttl .all .___ .,__ rjr.U kly) Lml"nr opinion free an
ti the I.rivilg of a citi/en j I Min-o to (lua). Inel 1.:L; romnioniotKin'otnctljc'iiacifntial.
at each end of the course so that racers and the valuations of each were h.s of Floridaeven though hf way spoiid hisj I jli2ur.l---------- .___Uuh.uu. I -II' -.tyntton n J'.ltaN petentahle. Handbook on I'atenta*-

can make the turn at a speed jf follows Belgium. $1.;"G; France summers in another.. Patents t ken through Jlunn A Co. recelverpd
home there. White ___ ___
City tot Jensen Inc 1"'") d
n notice,without chores in the
approximately eighty miles per hour. 72.7ir.; Germany $2i7.14Italj:! Yours truly.'7lud.uuunu.u I.T-'>

$1OS;G0; Netherlands $::.7tI7; SpaI.: Gear. M. Kor.BiNS.: Hot* Stand to Ki\iriu. Ind. nu_ list Scientific Jlm ritan.A .
Exactly fifteen whiskey and bee- West Palm IVach_______________.__ 1Sanfiird .IM'
struck Pensacola this nurr JS.0'39; United Kingdom, $;_:.1I:); Resignation of Wm. Hindle, supervisor handsomely filn'trated weekiv.) largest tircilarinn -
drummers liranch of any #'nenf ta<* Journal. 1rm .t3 a
from all parts of the en:.- Panama $SGO; Cuba $?.;;GS; Argentine of school No. 16 accepted, and r ar: four months,|L Bind bj.II neweti-alers

lug, coming $37.342. Total, $ ;3,021.-Pensaco I the patrons of said school are requested larange u.__. ____--________--_.--_ ,:''1)I' MUNN &Co361BroadaoyNewf! York
ed States, but most of them were tat I Mims and Turn bull ___ ____ .2.j .
to recommend for -- ---- ---- .
some one Branch omt. iS F Pt.Washlnston.' C.
la Journal. _. _
Each of them got Anrantu to eow t'm-k. Inel. -__ ._ .34'
ritorial agents.
the position.The I' Mwn tit anfunl.. inc______ __ u. .:11'
busy just as soon as possible, but th-: Herbine contract for transporting at lilill a. m. Arrive at Ti KILL THE COUGHAI3

stranger In the bunch had a time of it pupils from Barton avenue to Cocoa tu"villv at teX p. m.

Will overcome indict ion and i1y! pepna and return, was awarded to J. I. turning leave Tituj\ille at 1II'i i'. IU. CURE THE LUNGS
the local dealers for the pla :;
seeing resnlate the bowel.,atnl cure liter andkidnev !
instance Swinson at 10.00 per month. From >t. \uu..tint':
of business were closed in every ttinnplaurt'It .
There being no further business WITH Dr.
and nothing could be learnt-J is the l hest Wood cnudier and invigorator I leave-'t..tuguitine------ ;&. DII King'sHew
in the world. It i N the board adjourned to meet the first I Leave Daytona ----.._-_.__--_.--1nS2a. in.Leave .
definitely of the location of the dea'c rs pnrelveirHa- 1rtr..n l1:1r
Monday in November at 2:30 p. m. 1' h'n a. m
desired con liltpetfettly liarmltTS and lion.l! yens ---- I with whom the drummers be a sufferer from disease, you will use it LeaveftakHill__________________ 11:1.Ia.m. -
ferences.-Pensacola News. if you are wise.! They Make You Feel Good Arrive .TitusviIll.u__ 10: p m.

R. N. Andrews, editor and manager ,The pleasant purgative effect experiemtd Ketuniing. leave Tituville.lh}u p. m. Price "
About :3 o'clock yesterday afternoonthe Coma and Rockledire News, Cocoa, Fla., toal1 who ue ChainbvrldinNStomaeh'and FOR CONSUMPTION 50c & $1,00

tramp steamer LaSalle, said to writes: "I have n tnl your Ilerliine in Liver Tablets and the heil- I These trains will stop at intermediate Free Trial. \

my family, and find it a mot excellent thv condition of the body and mind Inch stations on flag to take on passengers -
be owner in France, ran aground ou I and will to let them off Guaranteed for all THROAT and
medicine. Its effects noon myself have they createmakes one feel joj ful. Price stop re-
the sandbar opposite the new cut She;! been a marked benefit." Sold by Banners 25: ,,,nt1l. Samples free at Banner DrugStore I turning. Conductors will sell tickets LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY
Is loaded with machinery and 'va Drug Store and Titnsville Pharmacy. and Titusville Pharmacy. I from non-agent stations.




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q" c ; c '"V THE FLORIDA STAR PROCEEDINGS OF THE viewers to mark, view and layout SIDNEY TROUBLE REASONSFor

{ ,-' .? the same with instruction to report

;} t .f1. -t.:" :. Entered at the to1lieeatT1tuni1lu. COUNTY COMMISSIONERSThe to the board at their meeting on the Suffered Two Years Relieved 1* Thru Buying a High Speed, Ball
Bearing 11
,' tecond-dass mail matter. Months.M1 .
4 tt? ..: first Monday in Nbvember, 1907.

.t. t It moved and seconded r
'. ., Kill B. Wager editor and Pnbllh was that "Standard" Rotary Shuttle
'i: Brevard county commissionersmet the board delay taking action in re-

0 :i: _. .:. : PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING at the court house in Titusville, gard to purchasing road machineryfor Ill!!! Sewing Machine

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Oct. 7, 1907at2:00p.m. Present two months. Motion carried.It
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: It mast be clearly andentood that neither
.: ..; .' ;<. ,. THX STAB nor its editor is responsible for R. A. Conkling, chairman; J. M. Os- was moved and seconded that : : ONLY ONE REASONFor
s :;J. >- opinions expressed by correspondents. ban, T. A. Robinson and T. J. Cock- the insurance on the jailor's housebe fL buying any other machine,

"' shutt and J. R. Miot, with A. A. given to 0. Stewart. Motion I It is cheaper. But there is
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and factions of
The Williams Bryan
Stewart clerk J. N.
r ; Waller deputy carried.
I Democratic in Massachusetts more difference in the quality
the party -
sheriff. The clerk of the board is hereby ..

evidently do not want to carry The minutes of the last meetingof instructed to write to the parties Iui SIw \ than in the price.

:, the state, and would rather split the the board were read and approved.The inquiring about county rock land in The "Standard" ROTARY SHUTTLE

t .",-i r party wide open than lose control of tax assessor was allowed an Dade county, that the board will NEVER STOPS when the machine is in

? the organization. Get together,gentlemen extension of time to November 1st take $500.00 for its half interest in operation. Old style shuttles start and
STOP TWICE to each etitch. Just thinkof
and fight the common enemy to file the tax assessment rolls for said land. the extra strain and wear that this

:... ; that protects the trusts. 1907. Warrants were ordered drawn ag- > ; I makes! The .feUndard" Rotary Shuttle

f The treasurer's report was received gregating the following amounts on U moves on continuously without a jar.
": I The needle bar has only two motions to

a, ..., ., :I John W. Gates who went into rural destroyed.The and checked. up and paid warrants the various funds: .L V c.B. FIZEFL I every four.[ stitch, whereas the vibrator. bar has

; France for rest and recuperation, ..C. FIZER, Mt. Sterling, Ky., No heavy balance wheel required to
tax collector's report of poll ______
J M Osban co. comr., $ 8.00J
: has had to give it up and go back to __ Writes: carry motion over the stops and starts.
collected K }Miot co comr and mileage 12.40
taxes during the month of
of each stitch helps
** 1 hive suffered with kidney Mad
R A Conkling, 16.80
x :t x' .- Paris. He said the country was too August for the year 1906, amountingto T A Robinson. ** 11.00 LI Jder trouble for ten yean past. make the next.

noisy for him. With dogs barking, $7.00 was received and checkedup T JCockshutt, M 8.80 Last March I commenced using Less note than any other machine.
A A Stewart, accountant.-____ 30.00J Yruna and continued for three month RUNS 75 PER "CENT. LIGHTER
chickens crowing, hogs squealing, and found correct. P Brown, waiting on board___ 12.00A THAN OLD STYLE MACHINES.
1 have not used it since,nor bare I felt
A Stewart, clerk of board.95.75 The fact that it is the moet rapid sewing -
; horses neighing and lowing he Tax collector's of taxes .
cows report poll
: i D L Gaulden pros Atty _____ 23.33A & I atn. machine made is conclusive proof thatit
found it impossible sleep. He just collected during the month of Sep- John A Stewart Henry,com min as for co pub treas59.3.1,------ 5.00 "I believe that I am well and I therefore is the lightest running, and good evidence -

'' x had to get back where he could have tember for the year 1906,amountingto W H Hall, making Aug statistics 64.50 give my highest commendation to it is very quiet.
W S Norwood Reg officer.15.00 the curative qualities of Peruna." It is the most rapid sewer! -makes two
!y -1, quiet (1)) of the city's streets with $10.00, was received and checkedup of the treadle three of other
t < H & W B Drew Co, mdse co comr 10.00J Pe-ru-na For Kidney Trouble. motions! to

; their myriads of vehicles and pedes- and found correct. P Brown janitor,__________ 5.UO Mrs.Geo. H. Simser, Grant Ontario, machines in sewing! the same length ofseam.
Tax collector's report of licenses J P Brown care C H grounds,___ 30.00 It makes 175 stitches while others
trians. Titusville Elec Light Co, lights 19.50P Can.,writes: make 100.
collected during the month of J Hall rep to jail etc,------_- 300E "I had not been well for about four
both the thread lockstitch I
It makes two
August amounting to $7.50 for the L Brady& Bm, mdse for jaiL 6.70 rears. 1 had kidney trouble and la and the single thread chain stitch. i
Julius Kline, mdse 1.88
,. Apparently the end of the telegraphers fact felt badly nearly all the time. I
state and $3.75 for the county was lobt. Dunnam, supt co home etc 49 30 It makes the prettiest and moet elastic
strike is in sight. President E W Dunn cook at co home,____ 10.00 "This summer I got so very bad I stitch.
'_ received. G F Duren meat co home,___f_ .90 bought I would try Peruna so I wrote Tensions not changed by change of

1 :.. ; Small's statment referring the Tax collector's report of licenses G W Holmes, med co home,___... 1.50 to you and began at once to take Peron speed, size of thread, thickness of goods,
the local unions leaves itt E\L Brady& Bro, mdse co home, 53.48 and Manalin. other machinecan
matter to nor length of stitch; what
I collected during the month of September P G Walton Insur co home____ 36.00E
S '- for each local to say whether it will I for the C Advocate, pub state And rep, 9.00 MI took only two bottles of Pernna do as ranch?
amounting to $33.00
The' Eau Gallie Record print tax and one of Manalin, and now I feel Does not break thread when machineis

continue the strike or permit the state, and $16.52 for the county, was notice,__________________ 2.00 better than I have for some time. run backwards.The .
E C Advocate, Ad F and F_. 6.50 "Standard" has the biggest
rep Rotary
to back to work. The received. I feel that Peruna and Manalin cured
.., men go changes The Florida Star, portals tax col 21.15 bobbin of any Ioek- titch machine. Hold
". i r 4': are all in favor of a return to work, Tax collector's report of licenses Robert B wler, ferryman____ 5.00A me and made a different woman of me 100 yards of No. 80 cotton.
A Stewart, record tax sale,--- 1.70 altogether. 1 bless the day I picked up
,q : since the strikers'funds are exhausted collected during the month of Sep- A A Stewart tax red July, Aug the little book and read of your Peruna." out The the tension goods; is released when taking

-a';I ,: and there is little prospect of tember amounting to $203.00 for and R Walker Sept,-&---Co--mdse---for---jail---_-_- 3.80J 9.20 It Is the business of the kidney to The shortest needle used in lock.stiteh

f into the the state and $101.50 for the county John Henry, writing deed to co, 15 remove from the blood all poisonous machines-therefore less liable to bendand
putting more money trea- materials. They must be active all the I
: received. A A Stewart cer copies tax assesor 2.6. skip stitches.
4 t '\ sury. The statement was. made was (J L Handaville.telephone service 7.50J"bn time,else the system suffers. There are Feed motions all positive-no $Springs;
Bonds for carrying pistols were Henry, reports state Aud2.00 times when they need little assistance used-hence machine will feed over ail
some days back that practically five A Mewart.. add and veri tax sale 12. I approved and permits were issuedto Peruna is exactly this sort of a rem- thicknesses of goods and seams withoHt
J i R Walker&Co, mdse co home,. 6.75
t y ... out of ten men who went on strike 0. A.QuartermanJanie Rowland, B R Wilson, drawing jury,__.___ 2.00 edy. It has saved many people from "chewing" the cloth, no matter what
S : had secured employment in other R R Chaudoin freight to Sbiloh.5.1 disaster by rendering the kidneys service : length of stitch.
R. L. Oleff, H. L. Holmes, J. C. J N Waller, repaying freight,___. 3.75 at a time when they were not able Will wear twice as long as other lockstitch
lines of business. If that is correct machines.!
5 k Quarterman, C. F. Magruder MaryV. ROAD FCJTD to bear their own burdens.
Best of attachments in
set any ma-
4 s every man still out should find no Taylor, to carry pistols. EeL&S Co lumber,___________ 17.71 chine, self-adjusting, and fastened to the
difficulty in re-entering the service Bonds for carrying repeating rifles Andrew Hickombottom, Muting 29.25R presser bar in place of the foot.
Seeking Fire Fighters For Panama.
A Conkling, road, 10.20N
I4'i Best ball fitted with
T if he wants to do so. At best, however were approved and permits were M Fish, inves"road.. machinery.. 11.20T A letter has been received from the cone screws bearings to take, np wear. adjustable

# it will be some little time before issued to 0. A. Quarterman, MaryV. F M A Osban Robinson, m pec 12 11.90J .N) secretary of the Panama canal commission :Most easily threaded of any machine I

business will be moving along Taylor and J. J. Oliff. T JCockshutt, .' .. USO by Chief Engineer James: R. made.
1 Hopkins of the Somerville (Mass) fire Because all sewing machine companiesare I
of J. 0. Simmons cattle 1.R .
: a as smoothly as it did before the Report ROAD WORK DIST.1iO. department the oldest fire chief in the testifying: to the superiority of the

v ?S g I strike. and beef inspector at Eau Gallie R Chaudoin M work and,. t.-amn,. 19.20 country requesting that he recommend "Mandard" Rotary Shuttle by bringingout t
JI Pigue, 8.00 and offering for sale rotary shuttle
S.5 was received, men for firemen at Panama
BOUVFUXD DIST. No.2.R the Boston The machines. These machines they do notattempt
says Transcript. men
Pension of J. Frank
Serious Question For the SouthA applications S LaRothe. road work,_______ 10.00 wanted must be between the ages of to sell, knowing they are defect- I
Gouedy, James D. Hatter Mitchell \V J Davis .. .. 9.00 ive, owing to ourcontrol of basic patents;
twenty-one and thirty-five, and they
Washington special in a Chicago T. Jones, R. N. Andrews and Albert EeL&S Co, lumber and nails 2.U but they do use them as an argument
$ that the of the N M !Fish trip etc.,____________ 20 ST) are to receive $100 a month with free against rotary machines in the effort to I I
r paper says opinion Wilson were approved. 0 N Campbell work and team.. 5.50J transportation from New York to New sell their old style vibrator f

f '. attorney general that immigrants Clerk's report of tax certificates R LaRoche, road workn______ 14.16 Orleans and six weeks' vacation each Sold
Since the fact became known
be ROAD FUND DIST. SO 3. year.
c cannot brought to this country redeemed or purchased during the
that the veteran chief was appointeda !
under contract with state is months of July August and September Town of EAU Gallic prop town tax 9ItJ2:
a a very Harry Christian, bal on contract_ 22.75; scout for the Panama fire department York TrIbune. The choir, whichis i
serious blow to the South for the was received. he has been besieged with requests composed of 200 trained voices Is I
1 Clerk's report of fines and forfei- from young men, all ambitious to go to rarely beard outside of the great Mormon -
that there is
reason a greater scar- X M Fish. road work etc,-______ 38.00 the isthmus. I tabernacles at Ogden and Salt
tures during the month of September Jag ;
city of labor in the Southern states McCarthy ** 86. Lake City. The singers will be takento
received. Will Norture, 7X
+t. :' than in other sections the country. was JMtrey, II;; Irrigation Congress Innovation.A I the congress by the Utah delegation -

Report of county judge of fines Ronald & Puke, tools_________ 4.W} novel feature of the fifteenth national and their attendance will be an
It is pointed out that there are D A Ramsey, rock and marl_____ 5.fjf) expression of the enthusiasm of
and forfeitures received. irrigation which will the
was congress I
Henry James, road work, 3.25Joe
: great sections of the South that are Reports of Justices of the PeaceL. Days, t _______ 5.00 be held in Sacramento, CaL, will be people of that state for the Irrigation

# undeveloped and that the limit of Julius Reeves s ** _______ 4.(x' the singing of the "Irrigation Ode" by I movement. An expenditure of $10u.M j
K. C. T. McBride J. M
Myers, Paris Jackson, _______ 6.13 the Mormon tabernacle choir the Is Involved.
mill building for the has ______ says I I
.t present Sanders, Chas. H. Nauman, W. R. Jas Harden, 10.30
Fred Waltou, 46 U!
practically been reached because of Roesch, were received. Will Jackson, ______ 6.65; ?-tj I
Ed Williams ______ 25t; ffffrorryy rer
the lack of labor. Report of R.R. Chaudoin, superin- Frank Williams," ______ 3qWill "...... .. t .. ........ --- -- :

The same is true in respect to the tendent of roads for districts Nos. land ; : Flood ______ 62. t1 I
Richard Lewis, 3 ioJ
2f f development of mines and fields. 5 was received. Robert Dawson _______ 3.7.5-----
i H Report of N. M. Fish, superintendent i SCHOOLBOOKS !
i There is plenty of coal and iron wait- ROAD FOND DIST. No.5.

ing to be mined in the South, while of road for districts Nos. 2, 3, Henry Carlisle, hauling.u,0

I and 4, was received.In Charley Simmons 13 ;JJ I
t i r a tremendous amount of land could ( S \VorUy, nid work,_ tj.:=)
be cultivated in every Southern stat the matter of granting A. J. R R Chaudoin, ______ 2 i i2i 1 I1. f I

Davis an exemption of payment of
if laboring men could be secured tI
license tax to carry on a mercantile Town Eau Gallie, prop town tax 21122

t M do the work. business at Cocoa Fla., under the GAME WARDEN FV-D. 11 AND SUPPLIES I

acts of 1899, chap. No. 4667, No. 6.,
J P Brown, salary as game warden 35.(X) tl

-i-,.' We Hurry Too Much & 1, Laws of Florida, as an ex FINE AND FOEFEITtKE FC' D. I

i President George Stanley Hall, o f Confederate soldier, said order having J P Brown, com on fines collected, 3, *! fl Wholesale and Retail t
l been passed by the board on C T McBride trim pros J Pct.-- 13. .
Clark is of the
University, opinion L u'nIams, ** __ 3.1-( '

I T. that our educational system is beingrun Aug.board 6 finds, 1906 that, after they investigation were in error the J JCltibert M Samiers, "... .. .. .?. 6.9'75<:) t.1 1 Mail Orders Promptly Filled [13

I at too high pressure. He states J P Brown feeding pris for\uz; 7*.V)
V in passing said order as the law applies J P Brown. Sept,. M uu
that children are being rushed into I f1 THE H. & W. B. DREW CO. 3
to peddlers only, and not to On motion the board adjournedto [
i t. manhood and womanhood before they
merchants business
doing at a regu- meet again on the first Monday

1 are prepared for the duties and re lar mercantile stand; and on motion in November at 2 p. m. ti JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .

:' & i. sponsibilities of maturity. the said order, passed by the board J.' """- ------. ...- ....- ...-.-.-.--_.... ....__.-.[,

I He tells the Chicago Record-Her. on August 6, 1906, is hereby rescinded. Schoolteacher a Growing Giant. ....l... JW\A.. ..J.lJ..1.J..:.. .lJ.4.1..J.oJ' ....: )_

aid that "today children need retard. Greene county Pa., has produced a ---- -----

5 t Bonds of F. M. prodigy in Stanley Wright its .
,. ing in their development far more Taylor to carry a youngest

Martin repeating rifle and a Smith&. schoolteacher who for height and
'i than they need acceleration.
avoirdupois It Is believed stands with

M He goes on to say that "precocit Wesson pistol were approved and out a t eer In the state says the Thlla IS IT FAIR?

{ is the great danger now. Our chile. permits issued.Petition delphla RK-ord Young Wright I* a
} of D. St. Clair Nisbet, et product of Richhlll township and. although -
tend t rush ahead the phy}-
ren up al, citizens of Indianola and Merritt only seventeen yean old.
um and become adult and even senescent stands clx feet seven Inches In his To expect your local merchants to carry a full stock of goods
r praying for a public road from a and be prepared to sell you a few pounds of flour, a necktie
hose, tips the beam at 256 pounds and or a
I before they should. The best point on the county road running Is still growing He wears a No IS few pieces of lumber for your conveniences, and then when00

I : way to broaden and strengthen is t o west from Jas. Dallas' south line tI shoe which be has made to order. want a barrel l of flour, a suit of clothes or a carload of lumber to !
send off for it?
retard-to delay, to allow childreto L Indian river on the north side of the The young giant will teach In one of I

linger in their paradise (chile_ ditch that divides L. H. Gurney the schools of Richhlll township and When your town needs help, or a subscription for charity is I
the foolish Richhlll schoolboy who UD-
f j hood) and get the full benefit of al:l from F. Nevins, was received anton dertakes to lick the teacher will need ask wanted for, it do? you If not send WHY to those merchants away from home and i
Suppose do
r the rich and manifold benefits that t motion J. R. Carter, D. St. Clai to be a David and know hw to throw for your goods at home, you get it you back. Your pay local slightly merchant more II

's heredity offers." Nisbet and N. M. Fish are appointee atones.L helps pay taxes and aids in every local cause.

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..Florida.'Growers Ask Boards of Hersey's Recent Talk on the Progress PRINTS PRESCRIPTIONDirections J

:';"" 'Health to Take Actiont of Other Countries HARDWARE I

...:",,t::';\ : following circular letter has ]Maj. Henry B. Hersey's statment To Prepare Simple, Yet Remarkable e

,,4,' been. addressed to the boards of that; the government and the peopleof

,. i !.f health in various cities to which Flor- i the United States are far behind Home Mixture 1{

!:--.}r: ida', oranges are shipped: i the European countries in the mat- A well-know authority on rheumatism Jas. Pritchard & Son 1

Jiit is': "It js barely possible that you may I teireceive of aerial navigation, and that it gives the readers of a large New York lr'

z:;$' ;'; some of the green oranges is ;a necessity for this country to begin daily paper the following valuable, yet Handle the Finest Lines of 1

: :and grapefruit that will be shipped construction of an aerial fleet, simple and harmless prescription, which ;

::Tj;;"; out.of the state of Florida within the .are indorsed by practically every officer any one can easily prepare at home. Heavy and Shelf Hardware _
.,t next few weeks-in I Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half .
A ,: fact some fruit : in the signal corps of the war t tOur
'-. has already gone forward. We think department.It ounce; Compound Kargon one ounce; i J1

it pertinent' that the handlers and was admitted that considerable Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
>, ounces. Stock of
consumers of our fruit, as well as activity has been displayed recently; Mix by shaking well in a bottle, and .11

ourselves, should be put upon their that the value of military dirigibles take a teaspoonful after each meal and at Guns and Sporting Goods t 11is 1

guard and not permit unwholesome, was'now admitted by all authorities; bedtime.He i\\11

premature and unripe fruit to enter that the signal corps was secretly states that the ingredients can be complete at all times f ;i1

your city and thus jeopardize the making; efforts to drill enlisted men obtained from any good prescription

health of your citizens. and excite interest in this branch of pharmacy at email cost, and, being of

k "The, Florida Orange Growers' Co. this service; that the contract for vegetable extraction,are harmless to take. I
t : Paints and Oils of
composed as would be indicatedby one balloon has been practically This pleasant mixture if taken regularly Quality

name, of the orange growers of closed< ;and that the next Congresswill for a few days, is said to overcome of
almost any case of rheumatism. The one our Specialties't ,
Florida. We feel an interest maintaining be asked to appropriate a con-
pain and swelling, if any, diminisheswith
the good reputation long ago siderable sum for the establishmentof each dose, until permanent resultsare

established for the superiority the an aerial fleet for the war de obtained, and without injuring the Quotations for large or small orders will It 1

Florida oranges and_grapefruit over partment. stomach. While there are many socalled be .
given personal attention. Mail Orders :
the fruit in other the fact that rheumatism
same grown any Despite one dirigible remedies patent medicines

r state or country, while some unscrupulous balloon is to be contracted for by the etc., some of which do give relief, solicited and promptly filled j ..3

speculators and buyers are United States government as soon few really give permanent results, and
the above will, no doubt, be greatly TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA lmHNjwmH1M' l
the appreciated -
continuing to buy up the fruit and as necessary funds are forthcoming -

ship it before it is matured, which it is felt that the rapid progressin |time. by many tafferers here at this I

necessarily means a sour fruit, for this line shown by France, Germany !
Inquiry at the drug stores of this
all citrus fruit contains a large per- and England makes the establishment I
neighborhood elicits the information that
centage of acid, more particularly of an aerial fleet as necessary these drugs are harmless and can be Extension Notes TIME IS MONEY .
before it is ripe, just because they as the keeping of a navy. bought separately, or the druggists here
can get a good price for it. At the request of Prof. Willis L. will mix the prescription for our readersif From the Key West Citizen. %

"It is not at all palatable and is con- Moore, of the United States weather asked to. Reports received from Long Key

:i,: &dendunwhffiesomewheneatenbfore bureau, Secretary Wilson, of the New Corporations. say that the railroad work is progressing

it is fully matured. The orange department of agricutlure, authorized very satisfactorily.The .
's to the Among the recent Florida concerns long bridge will require 181 I tI
and grapefruit differ from most Major Hersey represent

s Y fruits in this respect, as it never be- government< in the international seeking incorporation are the follow- arches to cover the distance from
comes any sweeter by age than when aeronautic cup race from St. Louis, Foster Company, Daytona, B. Foster. Long Key to Conch Key. Of this 4 ,

4: it is taken off the trees. In other October 21st. Major Hersey has president; E. B. Foster, secretary an-i number 140 are complete; ten others ;
words when it is picked green and is just returned from Spitzbergen, treasurer. Capital stock, $25,000 Filed have the arch casings in plate readyto
sour and bitter, it never changes its where he was assisting the Wellman-( September 23, 1907. be filled and 13 piers are ready for i)

flavor. Chicago Record-Herald polar expedi- The F. H. May Tobacco Company the' arch casings. Foundations are l

"The Florida Orange Growers' Co. tion. He will use the balloon in Quincy F. H. May president; O. p'. laid for several othersleaving about ;
which Lieutenant Lahm the international May Capital stock 12 complete arches yet to be con- :
secretary. $15uoCi
hopes to maintain a standard qualityof won This is just as true in regard to Sewing
fruit and 'maintain a standard aeronautic race held in Filed September 21, 1907. structed. If no mishaps are met up Machines as anything else.

price for same, according to the Europe last year. Union Manufacturing Company, We with this bridge will be completedby bow By well using made Long,Shuttle Machines, no matter
you are actually throwing
born W. L. Rogers president J. P. the first of November.A .
quality which will not militate ; away 3 hours out of every seven.
"Suffered day and night the torment of Carver secretary. Capital stock $2,300. large force of men is at work on THE STANDARD ROTARY SHUTTLE
the he will
against not
,. consumer as itching piles. Nothing helped me until I used
pay any more for the fruit and he Do m's Ointment. It cured me permanent Filed Sept. 24. 1907. the cut north of Long Key, makingthe SEWING MACHINE .
ly."-Hon,John R. Garrett, Mayor, Girard, Campbell Liver Company, Pensaoola fill and laying crossties and track. Will make 350 stitches in the same time Long
will always know what he is getting."It Ala. Shuttle Machines mate only 200.The
O.iM. Gordon, J. T. G. Crawford
; South of Key between the
is our purpose if possible, to Standard Rotary Principal is moot sci- f'
Beard's AnnouncementTo secretary and treasurer. Capital Conch Keys and Grassy Keys, three entificallyoorrect, which fact has been proven
discourage the shipping of green stock $10,000. Filed September 23,19). by 25 years successful use in all parts of the
the Democratic Voters of the State of mud diggers and one pile driver are world and by our competitors continuously ;
is for
fruit in that
any way possible Florida: The Florida Sumatra Leaf Tobaer) I lying to copy it without success. THE t..
,us to control, hence this warning to I candidate for the nomina- and Stock Farms, Tallahassee, J. Clifford at work. In all there are over seven .STANDARD GRAND ROTARY, THE iWORLD'S
hundred m-en at work in the stations BEST SEWING MACHINE is two
you which we hope will come in advance tion to the United States senate in R. Foster, president; W. A. Mac- machines in one-Lock and Chain Stitch-
named above and the results
of immatured are !, Ball Bearing Stand-Straight Automatic Lift. J
of any shipments Williams secretary and treasurer. Cip-
this Democratic primary to be held
Do not fail to investigate the merits of the I
fruit to your town and people. We in 1908, and announce the following Ital sock, $80,000. Filed September 2!. showing daily. :I Fastest.1\lost Silent, Easiest Running and the ..
will be glad indeed if would makeit 1907.. most durable Sewing Machine made, THE
platform of principles upon whichI .100 Reward 100. STANDARD ROTARY. "A demonstration is
your business to publish this ask the support of the Democratic Sanford and St. Johns River lai The readers of this paper will be pleasedto a revelation." Write for prices and Easy Payment .
throughout your state as much as provement Co., Sanford, Bert FIsh, learn that there is at least one dreadful Plan Guaranteed Sewing Machines !
people: $12 on up. t
disease that science has been able to core in
possible thus educating peopleto president; Charles H. Campbell sec The Standard Sewing Machine Co.,
your First-A constitutional amend- all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
the necessity of getting good fruit, retary and treasurer. Capital stock. Cure is the only positive cure knownto 58 S. Broad fat Atlanta. Ga. .
the franchise the
ment to
limiting the medical fraternity. Catarrh being: a
which they can do if they will wait $12,000. Filed September 26, 1907. constitutional disease requires a constitutional The Standard Sewing Machine !
white males of and
over twentyoneyears Operative Tool Manufacturing Company treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is is sold by the Indian River I
t until it gets ripe.
of age. Jacksonville B. G. LasselU-r taken internally acting: directly upon the Music House, Titusville -
"Kindly acknowledge receipt of blood and murons surfaces of the system,
Second-State prohibition of the president; J. A, Ewing, secretary thereby destroying the foundation of the din-
this communication and oblige.- sale of intoxicatingDiquors, and fed- Capital stock, $25,000. Filed Septembe' ease. and giving the patient strength in
'' Josiah Varn president; J. W. Sam- building up the constitution and assisting EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG.
eral prohibition of the shipment of 26, 1907.i nature in doing: its work. The proprietorshave
ple, vice president; R. H. Peacock, intoxicating liquors into a prohibition iMattox Commercial Company Qulicy so much faith in its curative powers. F.DUREN,Agent, J
that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any I
secretary. 1 state. W. H. Mattox, president; P. L. case that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes

Third-A strict and rigid but fair Sutherland, secretary. Capital stock timonials.
Harsh physics icavr. weaken the bowels Address. F. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo,O Florida and
cause chronic cmiMipution. Doan's Regulets : and wise, regulation and control of $10,000. Filed September %27,1907. Sold by Dn12!! st*. 75-
operate easily, tOile the stomach, cure consti thelcorporate: asserting the Mizell Live Stock Company, Ma- !- Hall's Family Pills are the best.OA.STEWART.
Ask druggist for them. ( wWesternk
pation. 25o
'f i C.o'. .Mizell
complete jurisdiction of the federal anna president; M. L. .

Canal interstate :Mizell secretary and treasurer. Capital k '. ) .
Repairs to Machinery government over commerce -
stock $25,000. Filed October 1.
4. Work of overhauling the machinery I and the equally complete jurisdiction llltchell-Foshee Tobacco Compan.
of the Florida East Coast Line canal of the state over the commerce FIRE
Quincy R. F. Mitchell president; T. of all Kinds
f4 will commence at once and the dredges within its borders: V. :Mitchell, secretary and treasure

will be thoroughly overhauled. Fourth-The preservation of the Capital stock $60,000. Filed October 1. Insurance TITTJSVILLE, FLORIDA i

A dry dock will be built near the site states and of their governments in Pearl Furniture Company, Pen*aC'-

I': of the old dam in St. Augustine and all of their reserved rights and pow- la, J. W. Bullard president; Robert :M. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI .

: there the renovation will be conductb ers, and the support of the federal Varnon, secretary and treasurer. Capital Spend a Pleasant I

government in its whole delegated stock $10,000. Filed October. represent some of the leading alf hour '

r ed.The canal company expects to commence constitutional vigor. Shaw Tobacco Company, Quincy. companies of the world and any ,
9 the Jacksonville cut JOHN S. BEARD. S. Shaw, president; C. R. Shaw, secre business entrusted to me will receive t
:: on
tary and treasurer. Capital stock prompt andcareful attention
r this and will probably have itt
year -
.' Letter to N. Waller $10,000. Filed October 5.
well advanced by the time the season .
Titusville, Fla., Dade Transit Company Miami: Krk BOBBINS
is The Jacksonville cut will be
over. Dear Sin A new word has come into use Munroe, president; A. A. Boggs, secie--
r' through nine miles of earth and considerable in paint; it is strong. Strong paint is paintas tary and treasurer. Capital stock $'0,- GRAHAM .

r' dredging will be required strong as paint can be. Weak paint is 000. Filed Oct. 5. .

' to deepen the natural water ways. paint not so strong. Eclipse Orange Grove Company CO., i

Dredges will be operated at each end, If one paint takes 10 gallons to do a job Leesburg, E. H. :Mote president William (Incorporated Paid np Capital 25OOOOThi bokiu s.r tfc. HENRY BOSCH COMPANY .
and another 1;;. the 10-gallon paint is the WALL PAPER aample at
! and it is possible the company will stronger. Hocker, secretary and treasu-t>r. company owns landsin owes J.oIDe-wlttine comfortably hi your your

t' M_ charter a dredge for this work. If one paint wears 10 years, and another 5, Capital stock $100,000 Filed October the Indian Hirer Country acyebair TOM CM mate a better Mtectfcn
the St. Lncie River .
on that way ti n by ransacking th BtoreaYOT
; the 10 year paint is the stronger. 5. at New Liver, and on Biscayne i tl>. who). li _th. very hint
: '. Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer, The strongest paint is the one that takes Hay. deticni-th. loveliest tint and nchost
Greatest Blood Purifier Free least gallons and wears longest A healthy man iS a king in bis own risbt color effect,indudicf imported pattern.
PRICES TO SUIT: TIIETIMR Everything food ia waD M? n in th.
unhealthy is
Yes.and an
differenced exist? man an unhappy sU\e. Burdock
t If blood is impure thin, diseased But do such Bach nnaIt's
your Blood Bitters builds sound health-
J' hot or full of humors, if yon Irate bloodpoison greater. Devoe is the strongest of all. A keeps you welL up Send for land list. coBooir.. tor-Two get tb. lowest
cancer, carbuncles, eating sores, job that takes 10 gallons Devoe takes morethan ---- OFFICE*AT New York-Chicago .
I Scrofula, eczema, itching, risings aud 20 of some. And a job of Devoe wearsseveral FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. TITCSVILLE ASD MIAMI any call bear with you Batch name Sample. Lock*- .'
;' bumps, scabby, pimply! skin, bone pains, times as long as a job of some paints. them over to your beart'a coo
rheumatism, any blood or O.E. Perry, East 5th J St. Erie Pa., paintedtwo About 88 acres of good high land on tent ot the leaat obit.-aioon to Ihay.
catarrh, or. Blood BalmB houses same size;same time: with two the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat HANDY MOTH PAPERA If. our war of adTor. BtvUc ...
skin disease: take paints same price; took 3 gallons Devoe to 4 U.feaok Wall fa.... I
( B. B.) Soon all sores heal I, acht'8and of the other and in three years Devoe was the arrode'CritJed as follows: LotNo.
; 3 section 35 also lot No. 3 moth destroyer and disinfectant. Flared
pains stop and the blood 13 made the better looking job. section re
36 in 31 south under carpets or in the folds of fur and tloth. V. W. ELDRED
and rich. Druggists or by express There are strong and weak paints we all township range 39 east.
pure it drives
$1 per large bttle. Sample free by writing want the strongest; paint can't be too strong, This land IS unimproved but finely lo- sheets ing in packet away moths and worry Twelve '
a carriage 10
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. B. B. Yours truly cated. For further particular addressE. Six packets 50centsifdruggistdoesn'thaveit.prepaid cents. The Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator
B. IB especially advised for chronic, deep- 46 F. W. DEYOE&CO. M. Low.Brockton Madigan Powder Work..,Election 846
Mated ewes, sa it cures after all else fails. P. S. Jas. Pritchard &Son sell our paint. Mass. aarkenille.lowa TITUSVILLE,

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d :': .;lAN' INTERESTING CASE. Florida's Crop Prospects.The began Ln-1003 with the expiration ofan
Y ; : "" t'ttl
h a : New York Packer of Saturday old contract has ended in a new
: -widow I : 'fill""IIIlllll 111111111lII1
l of Dead Man Seeks I IfY
.... i,:.,.: DamagesFrom says: twenty year agreement, and all the
/ *;_ ;' His Slayer. lawsuIts are dropped. The Western
._-.- '. .... J. A. Betts, the Washington street
Union will
resume operations
:t; (Jacksonville Metropolis. dealer ,who operates exclusively In Pennsylvania lines and will extend to )( ctXo i1 -

'Mary Agnes Newcomb vs. Thomas Florida products, returned from his annual the Grand Rapids and Indiana and the 4o
-t ": < W.. Troy action on the case for wrongful trip to that state this week. Mr. Columbus and Sandusky lines, which

-1 1 death $100,000 ,damages Is the title Betts brought with him two fine specimens >> heretofore. have been used by the Postal. -

$ :. of a case filed in the United States of grapefruit, samples of a fairly Between the lines of this announce-
: ment people read a triumph for the
"'SFr Cqurt Saturday afternoon. Maj. Alex large block of fruit which he has. He
ould-Rockefeller interests which
by it ?
want -
1t-i '_.., St. Clafr-Abrams is attorney for the traveled principally through 'Manatea raiding P. R. R. stock, compelled Cas- you

complainant. The case is the outgrowth river section and made- a pretty thdr, att to stop opposing; the entrance of When JOB want It- .

2 ; of the killing of the comp-aia cugh investigation as to the outlcokcf 1 Wabash Into Plttsburg and to let Western ".q.(), )( .).()U PP No smoke-no smell-no trouble. I

ant's husband at West Palm Beach a the vegetable crop there. Union alone. .oQ .'
Often Heat in hurry
want a
E : -: few months ago. Troy is on triai this "The growers are making great preparations Harriman Loses His Alton. you l

week at Miami on a charge of murder for this season," he said to At the> annual meeting of the Chicago in some room in the house the fur-

In the first degree. Troy's defense Is The Packer man, "but most of them and Alton railroad E. H. Harriman nace does not reach. It's so easy to
ailed to be re-elected a director, anti
based on the alleged threats made by are not going to take a chance on J.T
4f the of his James
name friend Still- pick and a
4 Newcomb against his life. weather. While the acreage will ba man, was left off, this marking the up carry

Troy is reputed to be a,wealthy Joan fully as large, if not larger than last Complete ascendency of the Rock Island -

rF 9e and formerly resided rot Macon Ga }ear, at the same time they will rot Interests in Alton and victory for PERFECTION Oil 'HeaterEquipped

When the shooting occurred Troy had take such risks as nearly all of them the Moore-Reid people. Recently the

just returned from a trip to b'out'j are fixed for water. It looks as thougn Alton was purchased by the Toledo, St. ( with Smokeless Device)
Louis and Western, or "Clover Leafidwln
America. He was eating a lunch and Manatee will be ready to start sair-

A drinking in a bar and lunch room at ;Ing its fall crop December 1, the acreage becomes Hawley now an bead Alton of director the latter In road.Har- to the room you want to heat-suitable for any room in the

a West Palm Beach, when Newcomb en is about the same as last year. riman's place. house. It has a real smokeless device absolutely preventing

1 : 1 tered. The men had had some difficulty "Bushnell has to get busy on its Jail! Demand Credit Currency. smoke or smell-turn the wick as high as you can or ,

previously and words were past crop on account of its northern loca The resolution adopted by'tbe AmerIcan -
H low like-brass font holds 4 quarts of oil
yl ed between them. It is alleged that uon, and will begin shipping beans, Bankers association at its recent as as you

Newcomb threatened Troy and then ukes, lettuce, etc. in about two weeks Atlantic City convention favors the that gives out glowing heat for 9 hours. Finished -

;* dared the latter to shoot. him. Troy "The growers around Sanford are in credIt currency plan submitted by the in japan and nickel-an ornament
t l ; commission appointed last and
: t so the story is told by witnesses calmly a prosperous condition. They have favored generally by eastern financiers year anywhere. Every heater warranted.

f walked to his suit case, took out a 250 acres mostly celery. They hut although opposed by western men.

revolver and fired many shots several nderground drainage facilities and This Indicates that another effort will ThcRaf t
F of which struck Newcomb and his plenty of water. From my observa- be made to get another credit currency I ?

death resulted. Troy was arrested tion I believe that Palmetto will have law through congress In general the ii the lamp lot the stalest rleader. '% j 1

t and after a preliminary hearing was about 100 acres of lettuce celery pep- plan Is to authorize national banks of Il fire*a brilliant sksJy W ', l
good standing which have a surplus that males study pleasure. Made brass uckel plated sod equipped
1' released a $25,000 bond raised by pers and cauliflower; Elberton, about
on warrsateJ.
q- fund equal to 20 per cent of tbelr capital with the latest improved central draft turner. Enryla.a,
friends in Dade county. The case 00 acres mostly celery; Manatee. 100 to Issue credit notes In amount U vie annul ottiin tits Pcrlecbo Oil Heater, Rays Loaf from

excited unusual interest and the criminal acres, mostly celery with some Ittuce equal to 40 per cent of the bond secured I Tier dealer write U rar aural agency lor jeicnpbvc oreul.
proceedings this week are expect. ; Terra Ceia about 300 acres hal circulation, subject to a 2:% percent (I-'.""'*>

" 'i ed to draw large crowds. 01 which wilt be cauliflower and tau: per annum tax, and a further \\u\\\u\\\\mu\\\\\\\\\\\\\\u\\\\\\\\\\\\u\\\uu\w\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\\\\\\ \ \\\\ \ \ \\\ \ \\ \ \ \\\\ \ \\\\\

't Subsequent to the events narrated balance celery, lettuce, etc. amount equal to 124 Per cent of the ____ __
bank capital subject to a 6 per cent .u.
{ i Maj :Alex St Clair-Abrams who Is "I believe the citrus fruit crop tor tax.

prosecuting the case Issued a' state the state will'run about 3,000,000 boxes. Heaviest Failure In Decade.

:... ment offering a reward of $250 for tes The grapefruit in Manatee county According to the reports of the com )

county Is light and they do not excel = ,
influencing mercial agencies, the year 1007 thus \
or attempting intimidate any over 15,000 boxes from the enara far has shown the heaviest commercial Tr

i i witnesses or the jurors in the case. Major county. Some groves in that section failures of any like period In the last f fjl

t St. Clair-Abrams was afterward show up very light The great At, ten years, the month of September being c\\\
particularly notable, as Its failures 1
; severely criticized for his action by the wood grove which ,had 60,000 boxes
In of liabilities have
point surpassed i 1
,' attorney of Dade county and mad a last year will" not have over 3.000 those of any month since December

: statement to the press explaining his boxes this year. 1903. Dun's review regards the dIsturbance !

f offer. "The prices for oranges on the trees; i I as a distinctly monetary one \ /

The widow of the dead man now are ranging from $1.25 to $1.40 per box and not to any falling off in the general i I

brings a civil action against the man Many growers are asking $1.50 but I business of the country or anxiety

on trial for the slaying of her husband did not find any who were getting over regarding the future. (t: 1W'1 1rij

and asks that she be allowed damages $1.40. Grapefruit prices on the trees Two Cent Fare Pays Railroad.

t E in the sum of 100000. range from $2.50 to $3." In his annual report President .J
Charles S. Mellen of the New York
Mr. Betts has been appointed one of
k Aged Woman Homesteader. New Haven and Hartford railroad admits 1,1
the New York receivers for the Manatee
that the two cent passenger rate )
a Driving two little bits of draw ;
>*} oxen Growers' union which is the established about a year ago has provo If1

ing a small cart containing a few aul- strongest growers association on he ed a profitable one, the gross earningsof .

fiv cles of bedding, a box of cooking utensils Manatee river. his company having increased about f

a rifle, and a few other necessitU:o, 5; per cent during the past year. Mr. i'
and behind which trailed two ho.nd Quinsy, Sprains and Swellings Cured Mellen's report also deals with the & f fAAND

dogs, an aged white woman clad in "In November 1901, I caught cold and recent acquisition of the Boston and \

t a long black frock dress and wearing 9 had the qnin v. :My throat was swollenso Maine by the New Haven company,
I rould hardly breathe. I applied which now practically controls the .
t black sun bonnet that practically hid : Chamberlain's Pain Balm and U gave me first mentioned company, although the

her features passed through town relief in a short time. In two days I was <*ons< Mi'atton! has ,"en temporarily

about 8 o'clock this morning, wenJing all right, fll\vsMrs' I.Cousins, Otterburn, Winked by the Maj achusetts legisla- ,

her, way southward. The outfit attracted Mich Ch mberlain's Pain Balm is a tnrp. TV New Haven road has re- 0 J1
liniment and i is especially valuable for R
oatiy wlthdrivvn from the American 1
more than ordinary attention
. sprains and swellings For sale by Banner -
because of its general size conditionand : Drug Store and Titusville Pharmacy.COMMERCIAL Railway association through dissatisfaction tl
k t with the schedule of the new
d appearance. demnrraK! c'hu4.
E "My name is Sarah Elizabeth Me' : .

Clain" she said to a .Metropolis reporter I I .
t "and I am en route from Old I

Fort 'Drum, Lee county, to the Homestead Cost of Living Higher. (
For sale the
-I country to take up a claim. I Beginning,with the increase of 1 centa New World's Waking! Rcord. by 1

am a widow and you can ask anybody pound on the wholesale price of beef, The vvorUTb record for twen-
within the past fortnight there has ty-three nUll on*.-qu irter miles has
about me, they know me" INDIAN RIVER
been a general advance In the prices or been lowered by over twenty minutesby .1
Mrs. McClain, though bordering onto
nearly all the necessities of lIfe-milk, T. E. Hammond In England the

1 the sixties, is tall and stately and the butter eggs, bread fruit canned goods, net time being 3 hours. 24 minutes and MUSIC

picture of robust and hardened healtt. etc. The increased price of fruit and 14 seconds. HOUSE, ,1

She said she left Ft. Drum about five vegetables is credited to a short crop Lipton Gives It Up.

weeks ago and has been traveling ever in nearly all sections, due to an excep- Sir Thomas Lipton has written the TITUSVILLE FLA. +

since. "Ob I got along alright" she tionally dry summer. The price of milk New York Yacht club regretting its refusal ,
has been advanced in several cities to of his latent
challenge and intimating -
said when
asked about her trip. I
9 cents a quart retail. During; the sea- that he will not try again for
"W en I could not find a house to stoat
son there has been a 20 per cent advance the present

.f I just camped. See my outfit. Yes: in the price of canned goods of Accidents.! r ,

i we all got along pretty well together, the best quality and it is said that the Fourteen: porous were killed at Bellain 4 yY.

and we are going to the Homestei ii J pure food law Is partly responsible for '. O.. on the B and O Sept 2S. 4
this by compelling the retirement of ,
country to take up a homestead, what when au express jumped a switch and
cheap and adulterated artHca
I'- do you think of my chances" many trashed Into a fr 'ight. A score were
The tomato crop Is said to 1w till percent THE RAPE MARK I
Here the i injured. +
reporter got a bit neare.
short and this will in
{ n;;ure T.'rrit1t.'lon..,, and cloudbursts ,
to the rear end of the cart and was the Increased; price of canned tomato. : ,
hive caused disastrous floodii the
quickly warned "Don't get :your leg which are expected to go from IK rents
onth of Frame and in Italy, '
too close there, that biggest dog don to $1 a dozen whole::;ile. Sweet corn lives I*'ing lost many A Work of Art : .

like strangers." And he looked it. in the can has already gone from l;) to x w ee
73 cents a dozen. Prunes are cspecte Brain Not the Thinker. o That is what home be if e
Mrs 'McClam then asked about the a a jour can
Dr. Joseph Shims. a New York brain
to advance one-third over the
average you decorate it with Alabastme. For
condition of the Homestead country: if price for the past five years as the vp 'iali .t. now announce that the appropriateness is true art; and not

; there is any land left worth having, crop is only a little more than one brain "f man i Is not what he thinks only can you make jour home decorations

what she will have to do to get a claim: third of last year' Peas and beans with. but is merely the oran of life appropriate with Alabastine, 4
will share' In the trend. which' secretes heat and keeps up theenrrpy
and a dozen other questions titer upward but you can make them reflect your
of the whole body through the
I which she gee-hawed her team ahead, The Erie Makes a Record. own taste in a way that is not possible -

using a palmetto brush as an insuira The report of the Erie railroad for think nerve with system our whole Dr. Simms spiritual gays being.we with any other form of wall covering.

the last fiscal year, which Is now made '
lion to create a movement of he"ponies'
public, is remarkable in several respects How to Cure a Cold
and was going at the rate of a Alahastine
but chiefly in the statement that
mile an hour. not a single passenger out of 24,1992: The question of how to cure a cold w itli

The Price of Health carried was killed during the year At ont unnew-ary loss of time Iii one hi The Sanitary Wall Coating .

the same time there was a reduction in which we are all more or less, interested. b superior in appearance in economy in durability and ne .
"The of health malariou ns.nvautk'
I price in a the cost of operation, and more pabsen for the quicker a cold is ]gotten rid of the unique in its wond..rrull&nJtary properties. You should know "
f t district ia just 25 cent; the cost of a box more about it on.aI these; points and therefore extend you
:r of Dr. King's New Life Pills," write gers were carried at a less rat per less the danger of pneumonia ami other a cordial invitation to visit our store.Bee the Alabastine color J

:' Ella Slayton, of Noland Ark. New Life mile. Wages were Increased $10:jOoi, (s) serious tli ea!!e!!. Mr B. XV. I* Hall, of can charts use, and yourself have)the explained Alabeatine to you.stenciled designs (which you .

Pills cleanse gently and impart new hf in the aggregate In spite of the big \\'amlya,, has used Chamberlain' Ask to see the Book of :
and vigor to the system. 25c.; Satisfaction increase In wages the road made a gainIn AUbaitine Prize
Cough Remedy for and "I
guaranteed at Banner Drug Store and net earnings of nearly $2,000,000. years @ays" j
Titusville Pharmacy. the total being $l6..171.33. firmly believe Chamberlain's Cough Ren For Sale by ,
edy to be absolutely the beet COAST LUMBER &
preparation COMPANY Iaririr
aA.& 'L'OTLTA. W. U. and P. R. R. Make Peace. .
on the market for colds. I have j
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I,to greater cliv ty. Cooke will leave This convention Is especially important toeToodandRegulamg -
1.1 SOCIOLOGICAL I Smith's sound at 79 degrees north lati- in the history of that church as tteStamachs anlBowels of Bears theSignature
tude next spring and after crossing being also the tercentennial of the

? Ellesmere Land will try to reach the transplantation of the church from IMAMS ( HILDltCN I
:?l Coney. Island For Panama.
pole by the open polar sea. Unlike England. While there he presented ;
Miss Gertrude Beeks, secretary of Peary, Dr. Cooke is to be accompaniedby the king's Bible to the old Bruton -
w f the welfare department of the National only two Eskimos and dogs sufficient church of WIlliamsburg, the first Promotes stion.cmtrut. :

-5 ,: Civic federation. who was some time for two sleds. The sleds are Episcopal church in America. After ness andBeslContains neither UfOTNABCOTIC. :

I l t ago sent by the. built with roofs and warmed with this convention he Is to speak at Harvard ()pium>lorphmc nor Mineral. ,.

. :: '.ti; .-:ornment to. amps, so that the occupants may sleep and Yale. In the course of an Interview :

..... feiudy sociological while progress is being made. Two Bishop Ingram said: "One can- .
i.l; conditions canvas boats are also carried for open not talk about the problem of the poor I
:. ,I on the canal water crossings. in these days without talking about so- _'OUIrS/NUj./mJlEll f

:t t zone at Panama ialism. I teach that you must give a ems fn1. I. 3
ti- .:;:i has made Cancer Among Meat Eaters. man something to work for and that &t/wI4SJJ.AiJ. # fI
her The results of two years' exhaustive I In 1
'::_ report to socIalism is Impossible without Christianity M.J :16 if
) the war department study of cancer In the city of ChIcagoby and until there is a Christian t'l 4

C 'I:' She crIti- Dr. Cooke Adams of London have spirit In every one we must teach .s.ul-. .
-1. -. cises to some just been made public in a report of Christian stewardship" =. -. j
,: extent the quality the city health department. It says Methodists Turn Down Fairbanks.The ; u S e. ;{
M of the food that Dr. Adams has proved that diet Apofect forConslipa-
furnished the is a most important factor In the In- Methodist Episcopal lay conference ion.Sour 5tonachDiarThoea, .:
, i. employees and crease of the disease and in the death held at Columbus, Ind, defeated .ConvulsionsJeverish- '
: rate. Out of 58,833; deaths Vice President Fairbanks as a candidatefor For OverThirty
to the patients in the last and Loss OF SLEEE
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to the
$ delegate general conference at
J -, and attendants seven years among the Chicago born
"'i OQ. in the hospitals, from all causes there were ITS due to Baltimore next May.the opposition being lacSumlc Signature of '
i largely composed of prohibition delegates
, quoting one of cancer. In the same period there were
: / the nurses as 51.000 deaths from all causes among who had been stirred up by the YearsCASTORIA
story of the cocktails served at the NEW YOHK.
foreign born inhabitants
? saying "Tell (over one-
3 Hiss Gertrude Beeks. third of the Roosevelt luncheon in the home of old
the presIdent total population), and 4,463of At b month?*
;" do not want 'a square deal' so much these deaths were due to cancer. Fairbanks on Memorial day. J5DOSESJ3CEMSEXACT

rYr. as a 'square meal.". The greatest Dr. Adams says that his statistical investigations Chicago's Women Drinkers. I

stress: however Is laid upon the monotony In Europe and the United The Rev. Frederick E. Hopkins of
!r- of life on the isthmus and the States corroborate his earlier Australian the Pilgrim Congregational church of COPTOTWHAPPCa.

need of means of recreation and amusement observations showing an alarming Chicago, after taking a party of men ,
She says an amusement park Increase in the death rate from cancer one afternoon and evening on a tour rife f

should be started-a sort of Coney Island among foreign born inhabitants who through many prominent restaurantsof
scheme. depend largely upon meats of Interior that city with the object of provinghis .. '
, character for their food. :
charge that women are becomingmore .
Civic Plumbing and Telephone.The May Carry Typhoid Long. addicted to intoxicant, reportedthat .

government of Alberta. Canada, Dr. J. H. Townsend of the Connecticut they had found 263 women drinking i
has decided to follow the example of board of health reports that the liquor out of 4C3 observed In the

Manitoba by inaugurating a telephone bacillus of typhoid may be carried for restaurants. This he says, is a higher TypewritersJ.
,i system, which will be supplied to any years after an attack of the disease percentage than he had even imagined.
district or town at the lowest possible without any apparent Inconvenience to These figures were made the basis of a
'", fd cost. The government will build and the patient and without his knowledge sensational sermon. '
operate the system itself. It is expected -
t of the fact. Kutscher, a German expert -
ill that other provinces will soon is quoted as saying that about 4per Biten by a Spider

" '",' take similar action. cent of the typhoid patients be- Through blood poisoning caused bya

j The. government of Winnipeg has come chronic carriers of typhoid spider bite, John Washington, of Bos- Agents for the Celebrated ..
: also made an advance by securing tecillL Although such persons maybe queville, Tex, would have lost his leg,
t' power to put plumbing Into houses, in good health they may infect those which became a mass of running sores,
had he not been persuaded to try Bncken's -
charging the a seven
up expenses with whom they come In contact. All
Arnica Salve. He "The
'i.J years' basis the cost being levied on this is confirmed by the recent case of first application relieved, and writes four:*boxes
::i the property thus Improved. The aim who New "
a cook had served In several healed all the pores Heals every sore FAYSHOLESi
.' is to help people who cannot afford the 'York families. In0 every family her 25c. at Banner Drug Store and Titusville
6 4 whole cost at once to make their i presence was followed by an outbreak Pharmacy.

t,' houses sanItary.f04rr i of typhoid. It was known that the
Wrinkle In Fishing.
I cook herself had suffered an attack Typewriter j
A Court of Rehabilitation.
When Charles Beck of Worcester, jI
of the same disease formerly, and an
Roland B. MolIneux, the well known Mass, offered to wager a supper with
New Yorker who of the enforced examination showed that she I
: was acquitted friends at Lake Qulnsigamond that he
.r, charge of murder in the first degree still carried the bacilli. could take a dip In the lake with a

_ fe after having occupied the death house Blue Rays In Dentistry.A fish line between his teeth and catcha 1,000 used in Florida
fl at Sing Sing has written for Charitiesand report made by Consul Bardell at fish they laughed at him. says a now

t" the Commons an article advocat Bamberg, Germany, says that a Dr. Worcester (Mais) special to the New
i.1? Inc a new kind of court, to be known Radard of Geneva, Switzerland, has York Herald Beck swam out into the
.'' : as the court of rehabilitation. Mr. IolYt discovered that blue rays of light can lake from the clubhouse. A few min-
lneux asserts that no human being be used as an anaesthetic In the extraction utes later he returned, the line still between I
whatsoever his crime should be sen of teeth. Dr. Radard finds his teeth and on the hook at I

i: fenced to a definite term in prison. He that complete narcosis can be obtainedIf the other end was a pickerel.
::\: points out that we spend $1,000,000,000 the rays of a blue electric light are

t. .a year in a fruitless and farcical con brought to bear on the human eye Doing Business Again 1

U test with crime, or twice as much as while all other rays, especially day "When my friends thought I was about
'-';. we spend on our works of religion light, are kept off It. This Is paid to to take leave of this world, on account of

. .> charity and education. He contend make the ordinary operations of filling indigestion, nervousness and general debility -
that this is due solely to the fact that and pulling actually painless.RELIGIOUS. ," writes! A. A. Chisbolm. Tread.
we sentence criminals to a definite well N. Y.. "and when it looked as if
'I punishment. Such Imprisonment, he there was no hope left, I was persuade]

Is worse than useless and isI" I L I to try Electric Bitters, and I rejoice to ---- -- ----- --
argues ---- ----- ----- ---- -
say that they are curing me. I am now
itself a crime, for the criminal In al-
doing business again as of old, and am
) most every case is released a more Bishop of London Active. still gaming daily." Best tonic medicineon
dangerous menace than before his In- After having met President Roose- earth. Guaranteed by Banner Drug Second-Hand TypewritersALL
I" carceratlon. It Is admitted that the veil on the White House tennis courtIn Store and Titusv'ille Pharmacy. 50c.
criminal law alms to benefit society. a match Bishop Ingram of London

Mr. Mollneux declares that it falls in made his first formal and official appearance For Over Sixty Years MAKES ALL PRICESTerms

I this. He adds that It should aim to at the final meeting: of the Airs Windows Soothing :Sjmp" has ,
benefit the criminal, and in this It international convention of the Brotherhood been used for over sixty years by million
could succeed. of St.ndrew at Washingtonlast of mothers for their children while teething to Suit
\ _!; His first proposition then Is this: Sunday. when he assisted In layIng with perfect success. It soothes the
... That the criminal court should determine the cornerstone of the new Cathe- chill, softens the gums, allays all pain,
but one thing the guilt or Innocence dral of St. Peter and St. Paul, whichis cures wind colic, and is the best remedyfor Typewriter Repairing a Specialty
diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
the defendant and that if suburbs of
i of to be erected In the the .
little ufferer immfnliatelv old bv dru!'
,:i guilty, whether of murder or disorderly national capital on the elevation knownas cists in every part of the world. Twentyfive -- -- ---

the one and unvarying sen- Mount M Auburns Bishop Ingram cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
tence should be banishment from society. officiated and brought stones from the "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing: Syrup,"and RIBBON"S'Ve !
i''Onduct.. He should be compelled to remain old Cathedral of Canterbury to be tike no other kind. Guaranteed under
apart from his fellow men for- built In the foundation of this great the food and drugs act, June 10th, 1004.Serial guarantee our Ribbons to be Non-Filling and
number 109S
restored to citizenship by
.\ ever or until American structure -
;; a court of rehabilitation. He argues which is Durable
( that, since It requires a judge: and Jury to be second in JUST

l -:.';- to deprive a man of liberty, only by size only to the ONE 75 cents each, or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach-
t.----:- a Judge and Jury should he be restoredSCIENTIFIC Cathedral of S1.

r. John tbt> III\"ine ,4 x c WORD that word IsTutt ine. Any color.

: I now inproressof w 4 --
I construction at ,
New York litv I CARBON PAPEROur
I' it refers
result of
Dr. Cooke Ahead of Peary. The I ONSUHEALTH
it--': That another famous American explorer the bishop tennis ] Carbon Paper is the Best. $1.65 to! $4.00 per

r Dr. Frederick A. Cooke ot match with Are you constipated?
r ',. Brooklyn, X Y.. is now at the head oft the president ; \ Troubled \\ith indigestion? box, 100 sheets to the box.
has been much \ Sick headache?

:;. # an at expedition Etah Greenland.safely in GoO winter miles quarters soutb discussed in the apalicrs irtigo Bilious?? Can furnish any size, any color.
< owingto
north of the farthest Insomnia?
north and
of the pole
k alt? conflict A'Oof: thesesymptomsand many others ----------- --- -- ----
: '- Peary station became known Bishop! of London indicate inaction of the LIN'ER.

.:;' -:,. last wealthy week New when, York John sportsman 11 Bradley returned the saj that of reports lag the that president, some the bishop although won and a winner other You Need R. C. DAVIS & CO.

to North Sydney on his schooner yacht refused to admit the fact out of courtesy .
after he landed Cooke with sleds, dogs I
re Mr. to his guest: i Toll's Pills
for two years. 1
and provisions I From Washington the visiting lord
Bradley, who Is the financial backerof bishop went to Richmond Va.. to attend '
that their Intentions -
this expedition says I the triennial general conventionof Jacksonville Fla.
secret for fear that
were kept the Protestant Episcopal church. j Take No Substitute. ,
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'; }...t r '_ : I THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1907 ; 4r

.;' GEORGIANA JAMES PRITCHARD,President. WINSTON S.BEANNING.Vice-President and Cashier

LATEST COUNTY, Mr. Quarterman spent Sunday We Trust '

SEWS NOTES with his wife, at the Taylor Cottage.Mr. Indian River State Bank P4

Trafford is in town again this .
week looking after the work on his 4
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i little Happenings That Help to MakeUp grove.J. COUNTY DEFOSITOEY = a .

the Weekly newspaper B. Bower is over from Rock- I' Authorized Capital, $100,000; Capital, 125,000; Average, Deposit, $200,000 0\ )
ledge putting his place in order for
COCOA the coming of Mr. Richardson and you are suffering from TRANSACTS..Aaw
impure blood, thin blood, debility
3Ir. and :Mrs. T. G. Ronald have family the first of November. GENERAL
nervousness, exhaustion -
A = moved into their beautiful new homeR The first load of lumber from the

R .:k the avenue leading to Rockledge.Dr. Shippee mill went down to the : you should begin at once
with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER .
J. 0. Scofield has returned Clement boathouse Tuesday.A i
E: and other Sarsaparilla you have known Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronagt*appreciated. *
from Connecticut points
birthday party in honor of :Miss all life. Your doctor Prompt rcrvio*'. polite treatment and every faxor consistent ; '*
r k in the north, and looks as though NeIl' Owen and Miss Rosa Carterwas your with conservative banking granted .* '
: i1 knows it Ask him about it. '
the trip agreed with him. CORIIE PONDHXTS ;
given at the Carter home, in the : ,

The Cocoa Outdoor Sporting Clubis south end of town, last Friday night. po TnU:9.m..,iis there products b. daily are'ak action*.rlnHt.of eau the in hnirel(headache Empire Trn:::t Company, 42 Broadw, Sew York City;The Atlantic National Bank r: ':) ar
of .bili.usne .,tian-r a.dY' pllla.and thusprecretint of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida ;, '1
the a new organization :
the S. r*'>jMnll" from doing its best "
Everyone out to church Sunday ,
come ,
ork. T' 1'tits ;io lever piOa. Act geutir
. 4 ; just perfected here, with Mr. A. morning and give Bro..Hawk a all ve}:etabie. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. f? IJ
... Lemmert president Mr. J. Bracco, ;
; ,LoweU.Lasa. 4f
l warm welcome. It is a longtime Hide trJP.. Aber Co. .
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} secretary, and Mr. J. J. Floyd treat Al o manufacturer f"l j
since had
; urer, for the purpose of getting up we a sermon. E. L. BRADY & BRO. r
"1' outdoor games. The club will give Mrs. J. B.Bower and daughter, .: '

I big Hallowe'en dance, to which a Miss Hattie, and Messrs. Geo. White We ba.e no .ee- t.! W.publish f
a f
: ; general invitation is extended. Ad- Aaron and Alfred Cleaveland attended the or all our medicines. Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.

; :mission 50 cents. the dance here last Friday night. We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively ."t. --
A party from Artesia and several and broke her arm also putting it in the above lines of goods and solicit the tnde of all consumers. Write us for prices OD 'A "
i Our bank building will soon shine Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L.BRADY & BRO.,TITVBVILLEoFu. ; 1
from Lotus were also present, but out of place very badly. She was r
out respendent with a fresh coat of ---- ; ;
i' we did not succeed in getting their taken immediately to Melbourne i, S
paint. trrrrr Jt=r-r-r-r rrrrrrr Jr= rrrrrrBOAT J
names. where Dr. Peek; attended it.
t D. St. Clair Nisbet Indianola,
t-. Mrs. A. B. Carter and Miss Mary Leo Babcock, agent of Ft.-Pierce, TITUSVILLE CO. ;
unfortunate last week in j
'. was very Wittfeld were calling in Lotus last former night operator of this place, :

t.! I; losing trees by about fire.thirty A of sudden his best change orange of Thursday.The was in town Sunday afternoon shaking Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers ; .
hands with old friends.
; school boys got thoroughly n"_ 11I.1ariD..e
wind caused some burning brush to .
do the damage. drenched crossing the river in the The E. G. V. I. A. met at Paddi- : : I .aihvay ):,. ':
blow last Monday afternoon but !son's hall on Tuesday for their -
+ regular 4
'i Fit' Mr. A. H. Trafford is looking after Launches carefully stored for the summer months ., ;
the boat rode the waters like a duck business meeting. Mrs. C. C.
t. : L t his orange grove at Georgiana r Jf=jf=j=r-r-rrr-rr-r Jr= rrrrrrrrr Jr=Jr=tr=Jt'3 ,'j I
and they came to land alright. The Houston, chairman of the entertain- 0

I P L, this week. waves went clear over the docks on ment committee, reported that in -- ----. :

I .(. ..' Mr. E. P. Porcher has lately installed the west shore for a few minutes,, the near future a very good entertainment VICTORTalking 1

I ; an 8 h. p. Standard motor in and for nearly an hour the white : would be given. Mr. Roesch !: .

+ "- the Falcon, which will be used to spray could be seen against the dark gave in good reports from the coun- ico Machines Supplies and

1 &s transport his orange crop from the woods on the other side. cil showing they were interested in V nA I

.{ east side this season. this work. Receptables be plac- Records sold by the

I J Cocoa had a runaway Wednesday. Julius Caesar ed on the corners by this associationand f

j Art. Lapham's horse tried to break wa a man of nerve, but sickness left its all are requested to throwJ the INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE "
mark and he became aged before his
the record for but failed. waste in them.
speed, time.: Sickness is often caused by a torpid papers
f fit Very little damage and nobody was H\er. Heroine will regulate you Dean Robottom held divine ser- TITDSYILLE, FLORIDA k '
t liver and give health. Mrs. Carrie ,
:; hurt. yon
:' Austin: Hollon, Kansas, writes: "I consider vices at St. Johns Episcopal church i
!u; Mrs. C. W. Harrison arrived home Herbine the best medicine I eve last Sunday evening. A very large
:(j 3ast Friday afternoon from spending beard. Banner of. I am never without it." Sold congregation being present. Music Jas. Pritchard & Son : i
by Drug Store and Titusville
-t t a very pleasant summer in Wash- L'harmacy. was rendered by Mrs. H. W. Chris- Titusville, Fla. i

"- ington, D. C., New York and New tian, Mrs. C. C.Houston and Mr. W. Agents for the

Jersey. Her many friends gladly EAU GALLIE H. Saunders. Mr. Saunders sang

J welcome her,return. Mr. T. J. Shave and son, T. J. very beautifully a solo, Calvary. Original T & M Reversible

:: "" Little 'Leland Hindle had a birth- Shave, Jr., left Saturday for Savan- Rev. J. S. Geiger filled his regular MARINE GASOLINE .
\' Say party Wednesday night. After nah, Ga., on business. appointment at Jensen last Sunday.He .

;:1't a series of games, the little folks indulged Mrs. T.J.Shave,Jr., of Melbournewho will preach both morning and Thoroughly covered by patents
The Engine that Runs Without
f in a "freeze-out" at the cool has been spending a week wit! and evening here next Sunday. Repairs
I (. drink and ice cream stand. relatives here, left Wednesday for Services were held in the Metho- These motors are safe and reliable and

I Among the passengers on the Seville, for a short visit with her dist church last Sunday morning.Rev. can be operated by alcohol or kerosene

southbound train Sunday we noticed parents.Mr. Hawk gave a fine illustrated with as Rood results as by using gasoline

Mr. A. D. Baldwin, who was very W. H. H. Gleason and family sermon. Special music was rendered ---------- --
glad to be in The Land of Flowers left Monday for Jamestown for two by the choir. TJTU'S"VJLLE LX"VEB.Y STABLE 4.

this early in the Mr. Baldwin weeks. Mr. S. B. Stewart while workin
: season. They will also visit in Jacksonville at

is from New Haven, Conn., and and St. Augustine before the shop of the East Coast Lum- Feed and Sale Stables

1 will spend the winter with his son, their return. ber & Supply Co., was caught in the

Ulr. Fred Baldwin, at Rockledge. Master Jack Farley and Charley shafting and had a narrow escape SADDLE HORSES

Comstock, of Malabar, spent Satur- for his life. Fortunately he had pre BUGGIES
I LOTUSDr. of mind and freed
day in town. sence enough
E. W. Capron and sister areL' himself by tearing his clothing from SURREYS .
Mr. S. Jones his
having resigned
now settled in the cottage on his
his person. He is very badly bruised and TURNOUTS
office marshal Mr.
as Shirley was
.. own place. I but hope he will be himself .
soon r. of all kinds -
J appointed in his Mr. :
Services were held here Sunday place. Shirleyis
:morning by Rey. Adams, ofSebas-. I doing good work. Our streetsare again. __ Hauling, Etc. .

beginning to show that he is the Melbourne Honor Roll

tain.C.. F. Walker, wife and friend I man, who will see that our town i is The following pupils obtained an J. M. OSBAN, TitnsYille, Florida .

.have recovered from their very se- kept in order. of and above -- -- ____ ___ __ ____ __ _n_
average ninty per cent --- -
t were colds they brought home from D.II.SPELL Dr J. C SPELL, Registered Pharmacist a
the north. Mr. S. Jones and daughter left in the examination at the close oJ {

Mr. E. P. Conklin writes he is onEs last wtek for Tropic, where he will the first month of Melbourne school:

: way to Indian river and will be put in a garden this winter. FIRST GRADE BAER DRUG STORE

:in his Lotus home in a few days. Miss Minnie Mathers returned Elizabeth Williams,Mollie Stephenson -

School opened here on Monday Lillian Ferguson, Walter Ste-
from her visit to Cocoa Saturday.Dr. .
; morning with quite a few pupils
:more to come in shortly. J. Edward Urich, now at Mel- Titusville, Florida \

.j Beans and tomatoes are looking bourn with his boat, Dentos, was in Ethel May SECOND Oslin. GRADE FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES ..
line and oranges and grape fruit are town Saturday afternoon. 'J
beginning to show color which bringsout THIRD GRADE PERFUMERY, STATIONERY

the thought that. winter is almost Misses Grace and Ada.Comstockand Edmond Williams, Johnnie Stephson. Soda Water and Ice Cream
: here. Mr. Ed Arnold, of Malabar, ,

were in town Saturday shopping.Mr. FOURTH GRADE Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals
Weekly Weather Report.
I i JCPITEB FLA.. Oct. 1;;. 1907.Comparative %John Clohecy, of Melbourne, Marion Shull. Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
was i in town Tuesday.Mr. FIFTH GRADE haven't in stock
statement of temperatures
ind rainfall for the week ending Tuesday J. R. Mathers, while crossingthe Blanche Snedeker, Stewart Shull. ,
17 1900
river last week, was thrown SIXTH GRADE
t D.'TF MAX. MIN. nx.It'i p;
\ ,<<)(.t. 9. 88 .2 $5 it violently down by a big wave strik- Bryan Shull.
09 73 S2 42
10 11. 79 69 79 12 ing the boat; no injuries only a good SEVENTH GRADE

-- 12.13. 82 79 69 till 79'I M 13 drenching.Mrs. Lila Oslin, Etta Bennett, Willie g The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. |

S -. It. 78 66 I'C 4) .2 Spiller, Mrs. Houston and McBride, Fritz Hawk, Otis Jones. .
15. 77 70 fool 66
Total rainfall for the week 1.83 inches. Miss Farley went to Melbourne last
i Departure rainfall for the week minus .59 Wednesday afternoon having some Napoleon Bonaparte Q MACHINE SHOPS D "
inches. bowed the battle of Ansterlitzhenas
Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st minus dental work done. !' at
inches. the greatest leader in the world. Hal ,
Jf.93 H. P. IUKDIN Miss Gertrude Jones passed lard' Snow Liniment ha hown the |.nb. D
I Official in Charge. through here Monday on her way lie it i* the lift liniment in the world A Plumbing and Metal Work
quick cure for rheumatism sprains, burns,
... Afflicted with Sore Eyes for 33 Years to Quay for a visit. (,\1lll. etc. A. C. Pitts liidev-oa! I.a.3)!!: D

I have been afflicted with! pore eyes for Mrs. Greek and Miss Grace Can- "1 use Rallard's Snow Liniment in my i BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
family and find it unexcelled for sore ,
thirty three years. Thirteen rears ago I ova, of Cocoa, spent Sunday wit chest, headache, corns, in fact for anything D a
totally blind and blind for
became wa Mr. J. Tucker and family. that can be reached by a liniment."
-aix years. My eyes were badly inflamed. Agricultural Implements '
Sold by Banner Drug Store and Titusville
One of my neighbors insisted upon my Judge Fred Fee,of Ft. Pierce, was .
I Chamberlain's Salve and eave me
in town Saturday on business. He
half a box of it. To my surprise it healed c. SANFORD
I and back to mt'Po purchased a launch from Rev. J. S. FLORIDA
my eyes: my sight came 'I
N m fc'a'fs B3SJgMtnrt ;: D
C. Earls, Cynthiana, Ky. Cham- Geiger, taking it back with him. Bun tl ; ;
Jierlain's Salve is for sale by Banner DrugStore ct;;; t1. j
and Titusville Pharmacy. Little Susie Houston fell Saturday of d AZ2

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