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The Florida star

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Title:
The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Publisher:
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
October 25, 1907
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English

Subjects

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

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Abstract:
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).
Funding:
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
Holding Location:
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.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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HE FLORIDA STAR


L. XXVIII TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1907 NO. 27

Not for Otsselfes lloqe, Bqt fos the Qood of Otlhers Also.


015GS OF THE Fall Fashions For len LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP

PRESENT WEK S AD INCIDENTS ON OCOER i. 190 AND PERSONALS
Brs.& Co's famo s - SMONDAY, OCTOBRER 28, 19(7. p lt PutNaig to lKials "Correct Clothes for Gentlemen"! PMsIi Parlgrphs Iboat Pople tlat During all of my fifteen years of Something About the People of TitusTUsplg Alt T on Consider this, please, a personal Tyiyg Hr d T busme ca mr e er ete than it lle s Tey Come and Go
A cool drink at a cool place at invitation to yourself -a personal i n now. Although goods have been ad' A cool drink at a cool place at
A l drinat acool place at vitation to come and get acquainted Fine Box Candies at the Banner vanng rapidly in price e
MANDY'S. with the best and latest fashions in Drug Store. them a pces t are right. YouMANDY'S.
Mrs. W. N. Henry, of Fort Pierce, men's wear. There were two beach parties last can get here just what you want and Clothing of the best make and in
is he on a visit with relatives. nbeb- r~W uP ll ably ka Sunday. They report a delightful wtLwold eim ible to enumer- endevaretyofptternsat Kine's
The largest andbest line of boys' it the grat ti f yr when fIhwal trip. atee Clothing Store.
chas.e, an the id-T yl. for te ate all the bargain w e have for you E tr and girls' school shoes will be found is moaseshown in g test variety nd W. L Douglass shoes in endless for Monday asit would take almost Mr. W. J. Ragan, of Banyan, was at g'. Our New Stock is just in. and variety of styles at Kline's Shoe De- this entire paper to describe them, so in town yesterday and paid THE STAR we just mention a few specials. office a shot but pleasant call.
Mias Jamie White, of Sanford, we want you to see it. Never before partment. Ladies' black voile skirt, with
arrived Saturday on a visit to her in all our experience have we been The annual reportof licenses imued wide folds of taffeta, worth $15.00, Our new price list is now ready for cousin, Mis Lma Carruthers able to assemble such a splendid line in Brevard will be found this week special $10.9. distribution. Some prices are lower.
MrH. F. Brintn, of Piburg of stylish garments. Come in! Blue chiffon planama. made in COAST LUmBER & SUPPLY Co.
r. WINSTON S. BRANNING latest style, with two foldsof taffeta
ho wnt to Baa river t week, W ST Full line of Standard and Favorite tomath, worth $10.00, special 01. Did you sayschool shoes? Well,
retuned north the first of this week. Titusville, Floridla sewing machines now in stock at In- Black panama, with folds of same go to Branning's. he has the largest
Boys' knee pant in endle vae- Circuit Court Now in Session dian River Music House. material to match, special $1.4. line, all standard makes, prices right.
Circuit Court Now in Session Ladies' tailor made shirt waists, t' of Patterns, prices ranging from Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Field, of In- made of an excellent quality of lin- Mr. W. H. Cresson, of City Point.
I cents to $11. at Kliam' Clothing The fall term of circuit court has dianola, are spending the week in ene, with ten rows of pleats, worth paid THE STAR office a pleasant call ". been in session this week since Tues- town,stopping with Mrs. Mendel. $2.00, special $1.49. Wednesday. Mr. Cresson is serving
Mn. Win. C. Norwood, of West day with Hon. Minor S. Jones pres- Boys, you should see the fine aort- Black taffeta silk waists, hand em- his county this week in the capacity
Palm Beach, arrived last Saturday iding, Hon. J. C. Jones prosecuting Bosyo shobroidered, special $5. of foreman of the grand jury
visit to her father-in-law, W. for the state, with A. A. Stewart as ment of knickerbocker pants that Black elastic fluffy ruffle beltsof foreman of thegrand jury.
a S Norw ld. ind f ly clerk, and J. P. Brown sheriff, have just arrived at Winston S. Bran- with gun metal buckles, special 59 Mrs. T. Blake Walker returned to
oAs usual in Brevard there isvery ning's. Cents. v her home in Jacksonville last Friday Swof the yong of ABlack Altmann voile, this name is a afternoon, after spending a couple Little criminal business on the docket Miss Helen Miller returned from guarantee for the best that is made, ville held a meeting Tuesday night and the states attorney will probably St. Petersburg Saturday, leaving 44 inches wide, special $1.49per yard of months with her father and mothlooking forward to organiing a bring the criminal proceedings to a her sister somewhat improved but and the same in navy blue. er, Capt. and Mrs. Jas. Pritchard, of
lodge t Knights Pythias here. close by tomorrow still very ill. Danish cloth in allthe latest shades this place.
Knights P'tla5 loebystill very ill, including evening shades, 22 inches
special priem in mon's top shirts, On Wednesday the case against J. K. McDonald, receiver of the wide, special 18 cents per yard. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morgan expect
exellen t Patterms, light and dark, Aaron Harris, for breaking and en- Ft. Dallas National Bank, of Miami. Brown brilliantine, 38 incheswide, to sail from England for New York the famos princely shirt, special tering with intent to commit a mis- was called to Washington last Sat- brown is a popular shade thisseason, on the 9th proximo. Mrs. Morgan worth 85 cents, special 59 cents, and Master Roser expect to return
ens each at Kline's ClothingStore. demeanor, was called up. Harris urday on official business. Snial prices in table linens and t Titusville, while Mr. Morgan will
Mr. and Mrs. J. Begg moved into plead guilty to the charge and Judge Mrs. Geo. M. Robbinsaccompanied napkins to match.
the Monroe cottage Wednesday, Jones sentenced the youth to three Mr. Robbins to Tallahassee Sunday All wool California blankets, 10-4s, probably locate in business some
and Mr. Rayboi Battle, who ou- years in the state reformatory. Har- as he passed through on his way to with wide silk binding, worth $5.00 where in the south.
pied the same, moved into the Fisch- ris broke into a store at Eau Gallic the state capital from Miami. Ladies' black merceried silk hose,
er cottage Tuesday. several months ago and ri the Mrs. B. R. Wilson expects to visit these are the famous Onyx brand, ning to arrive in goodly numbers.
Mr. F. C. Gifford, one of Vero's cash drawer, her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Thomas, special 3 pair for S1M Tuesday Capt. W. H. Reed arrived
enteprising yong men, called at The grand jury has been making a at Orangedale, th first of Mail orders promptly filled on any on his way to Canaveral, and Wede ngat Orngedle the fist of next f theabove gmds. nesday Prof. J. H. Laflin arrived Tslr H AR office Saturday an his way close investigation into affairs per- week, accompanied by her daughter, JuLus KLINE, Titusville.
home. from a visit to his father-in- taining to the general welfare of the Mim Helen. 'Phone No. 8. from New York. There will be more law, Capt. N.N. Penny, at Nathan, county, the following citizens serv- Campmeeting started up Tuesday coming nearly every day from now
BASmna river. ing upon that honorable body: and large crowds of excrsionistson.
The dickey birds are chirping it W. H. Creson, foreman; Jas. Tut- expected to arrive here from The orange crop is now beginning Mr. Keiswetter. a Columbus, Ohio,
very quietly about, that wedding tle, J. R. Carter, J.R. Livingston, are
very quietly about, that wedding te. J. R. Carter, J. LivingstonCoast toor- to move, though the fruit is unfit banker, has begun the erection of a bells will peal merrily forth very E.R. Provost, T. A. Drake, Water row and Sunday. to eat. Every carload and every winter home in New Smyrna. Mr.
shortly and that a young man from Hatter R. E. Murphy, Jno. R. Fields box of such fruit should be confiscat- and Mrs. Keiswetter have been comanother state will wed one of North O. N. Campbell, G. L. Mandaville, Mayor W H Sebring of Jackson- ed and destroyed at its destination ing to Indian river for several years Brevard's fair daughters. E. W. Booth, J. R. Nicholson, R. B. ville, has been receiving communi- by the health authorities as detri- past, cruising along the coast in
Mr. A. B. Yelvington, who bought LaRoche, Henry Benecke, E. H. Nau- nations from different parts of the mental to the public health. This their motor boat and stopping most
one of the Wiley cottages, from Mrs. an, S. F. Gray, E. M. Whaley, state, and the most reliable reports would put a stop to the shipment of of the time at Ponce Park.
Walker has the building on its new clerk plae the present rop of oranges green oranges instanter. Eustis Mr. Geo. E. Sebring, of Sebring, location, on Palm street, and Con- The grand jury is still in session not over 2.000,t00 boxes, and as Lake Region. Ohio. is very enthusiastic over the
tractor Hall has just moved another this Friday morning and their ge- proof of this fart, the buyers are
of the ottages to the lot at corner era presentment will published buying at .50 o. b. at Wet and Dry Elections auua in Daytona and he il dhau
of Main and Palm. next week. the different groves. The elections held in Florida in his share toward the financial end
Fippen Adams, piano tuner, of St. Extension Work Progressing Commercial Telegraph Office the past week or two to. decide the of the project. He is personally a.Augustine, will bein Titusvilleabout Tuesday afternoon the first train The commercial office of the West- liquor question have been very closI quainted with Dr.Clarence B. Strouso the latter part of November on his on the extension to Key West reach- ern Union Telegraph Co. was opened uncomfortably so in two instances. and speaks of that gentleman in th,
regula professional trip to this city. ed the lower end of Long Key, or for business at this place Wednesday Orange county went dry last week highest terms ,f praise.
Please leave your orders for tuning more specifically speaking, to theap- with Mr. J. T. Knox in charge. The by a majority of two. (lay county Th, new Victor talking machine early at the Indian River Music proach to the Long Key viaduct, one placing of a commercial office in the also joined the d ry column by a ma- rnclrds for Novermlbr will I o, House, as his time here will be limit- of the greatest concrete bridges in heart of the business part of Titus- jority of less than twenty. Putnam sale at the Indian Rivr Muic H ou n ed. the world. ville is of great advantage to this county went dry i by a very's, vte ncxt Tuesday anti Wnes ay ani
Fish Business Changes Hands Today the men are at work laying place. Titusville has been without Dade nty, opttn air cncert of these r rd the track across the trstle bridge telegraphic ec,mmunicatinn at all for lectin Tuesday went wet l. ; -- w ill h, given Wedne,.say s ioht The latter part of last week the the The across the in brid-e
fish businatter part of the lasouthernek the and from that onto the concrete pier the time during which th reent iriv. The trend of pini,n in Fr- Thio who want tn mak, th s,
Co., at this place, passed into the which is nearing completion and ,er strike was on, andi even h for that ida sems t, b t, do awa ith a- Ilctin f th N, vmb, r r ri i
handsof the Brevard FishCo. The this it is expected rn ai mmercil husineis hadl to, b, ar- i. but the lin, ish,, H fin that a sldid tui f
latter company assumes charge of the first of January. there heing on- ried to the railway station in order p"l't"'l" etty \t-irI iiloln. Fhllg-ilin sh
the fish house recently used by the ly a few more piers to sink and e,,m- to be handhd. The innvati it a ar, the Th.' ria rpn- n t'itr fn
former, and Mr.A. Brady isalso 'is mor plli, em ics-n iTe a sr ,si
having another building erected plete when that partof the work will decided imprvmtent and shiw "' ko"Unties to ot n thin in's-t
near the present quarters of the befinished. conclusively that the town is making _t'." lac, v r tur in ,
Brevard Fish Co. which that com- Below Long Key men o at work nmarkt'd imprvlnements or the West- Orange and Grapefruit Trees z.s', r, i,
pany will also use for the purpose of on several keys conting lng Kel r niin o n gi the Grwn at Shilil. Fla.. -'in hoiah e ''ia c' ,
storing empty barrels and fishing d Knights Key. ler, another ina- po ensf t l s in!llation ioy hnn Fre f n I .
aeernal ..uet is t tbi t ily. ne year to two yearl i blud thu c t t doIwr xi
-_ mene viaduct is to I., bilt. Th+ [.Church Notes C. .The Alpine Hotel present work consists of grading and i Church Notes 'rts fI i i t I art t at i Nn ,
Titusville. Fla.. F. A. Lsley, man- preparing for track, the ibj.ct being .. W ton ,I pea battalion. .1 W. G f, waiting r i a, h I ,,
.Titusville Fla.. F. A. ley. inan- al tuaille on Sur di v. Oct. 2th ahl
aer. On the European plan furn- to run trains ti Kights Key whenTtsil i Si-nl .t. Shil,,h Vla. i t ti-"n!tn t,. t
id rooninand quick lunch. Cen- the create cnstctin shall e 11 a. m. Gnference anil Iirois
trally located. been omnimenced not later than the Supner after the sermon. For Sale 1INI .I:l:Y iL In slit .
Smoking Tobaccos first of the yeal. Divine se i ic will be held at St. One pair thoroughbred I mnithn -vi ni n. ,,t la ,
Sensation, Duke's Mixture. Bull Work isalsoundenrwayat Knights iMlarki church. ('ten. nxt Bunli a ,ll isis. cs be't n tt,' rnln.-.l 1it int sl2l ,
Durham, U. S. Marine, Old En lish Key, piledrivinghaving been started at i i. .. m.ant at t. lie nte. vi f ight ab t ii ad tin
Curve Cut. Van Bibber, Turkish Tro- for the bridge work which is to lea church. Titusville at 7:3( p . STAR Iffice. m sahin -n th t 'l ia rh
phie, White Rolls. from the land to the point where the nn i cu Y run nCsu. t fular pri BANNER DRUG SORE.Y It il initt- i ar i.
BANNER DUS concrete work is to begin, it being a loout atcis of ,ool high land on Myers Cottage h t hn Stove Wood necessary preliminary to the same. the east ,r nat iie of tie Indian river Mrs. Kate Myer s ha nged the I am offering 16-inch pine stove The work at all points along the at tie Nirnn' dese ofed wa fllos ot name of her boarding house to Myers Draymg
wood that has never been turpen- extension is reported to be progress sin ownship31south, ra 39 east Cottage. This house ormrlth Dr r hailo--fal kinde proptined. All other wood you buy now ing better than ever before and th Ti l is S o n o- nr cottage is bandits to e
hs been turpentined; 25 cords cut net few months will show Imarked fur isd tee alwh er a e lly i il Fi.
and dried ready for delivery ,. M. ed. to old patrons .t. f. hrsit.
G. G. HOWARD. advancement of it. Brockton Mas. and the traveling public generally. I Titusville. Fla.














2 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 190

the United States Steel corporation
broke all reoed by producing 4183 T
tons of ingots In a single day. The I
pig lron markets are doll.
Good Rock Island ERingo Score of Florida Citizen. Have
Advance copies of the financial stae- Learned It
meant of the Rock Island raiilroad show
total earnings of Si0.'2343 an ln- If fr,
crease of s.ti0.O50 Notwithstanding' There i one I I :
an Ineease of nearly 56O.LItWL in op-I The perfect ) re ibi kiirl
erating expenses the net earnings were i A ad i i-
i1,191.278. an increase of $3L023.47 Neglect it. nrlr ti,
The report calls attention to the fact Iant K h n I .
that five states in which the road Operals have enacted two cent rte neysony.
Laws, and other laws have reduced B Ie t, i g ker i.
presented of the bead of an oil com- ballot will be determined by the stat freight tes. Thi, ays the epot a ILECALC.IM AL pany reputed nto e a competitor of e the b cllot lamw nmittee and bytheecorts. has been doe to a "mlsconoeptio of enrel me I backach ad ari-Standard. the New York Lubriating The friends of Whitney care te the actual conditions." kidney. Two or three iat- o n, ac-,unt Oil company. refusing o cross exam- ular with high handed and violent Accidents and Dividend. of the pain in m b.k I wa mna:e t, S Tn at to pt in the hands of the methods in eontrollag the eoonention. Much discussion has been caused by go to work lor Teerai day. iThe r,Io B. weasefild. thea Oodnrd efe he pethte Paadnh Is a a,
John the vat ppers District ttorey Mo o Boton wa the report of the Philadelphia Bapld o ilion, i sheidal II Oi a if a c d bulto the Sat New York subway. w and original contracts of the firm. He turned down. his asntant Dennion. Transit company for the last fiscal to tand wold Iherne th oni ten the Set o sA se or f important wit- said he would not thaus put in jeopardy bein nominated- year. showing a deficit of over 364 .- jelli. Irl a lr ,r ir aki, u a efs the public serice om- Information which could be nted Hearat-Rspublican Fusion. 000. while during the name period the hat eenl like L ai,. frn liine an I S aiaa, which has continued its I against his coasern. The act was Fuson has been arranged in the New company paid damage claims for acel- I alen pt on later, but iIiing ill
Sof the Bedmot- ght ot he that all the big or ity l contest between dents to the amount of $1.217.586. or ail me at all u ld I g, 1a en K lcy etia combine. He admitted that be ~ads p a from $ 0l0 to 100,al e 7 per cent of the groes receipts. Thi Pills auig th advicm .1 a i f min t bbelli t ire beans. anDdepe -go Rod Ithe Repobhad been pai P$20,0 by hou F-more for their lubricants bought of ans t the n inand on p does not include the cast of the legal i curei e I a cr ti tireotli Sand his ociates for the ab the Standard than would be the coast IhmM eat' polit manage for staff n defending suits Commenting cred n ti
gato Of a c~otrant which be bad at the rates charged by the independ- s he if. on these figr. Callers says that Fr sale by all dealer Pri. e nt Sto biddd l mpan complete n traction companies throughout Fcr-Millr o N rs
that e to tere, besdes sheet so the =t s the ob-ahc Fur All Wpsrowys the county are compelled tO choose Ui antc or ticr 0lBit, orae
anal payment or ri000 for five trt were made public for the st The formal exprsioo of the views between killings and dividends they Retobter the nane--l1own a:;
aThai had his ieme r a o it a They howo the seenteen governors aho ae will md ways to prevent the kllilos" i In ant r.
combWne thc borg ofw Jre tto rots the -O
1.m rny witd yst$I p; tn40.000. od ompanied president Roosevelt Ot ael. with system last year. more than $83,00.00 was Memphis last week was made ta a rms- rang ar of ro for arrived in the acomeount levin a solution which declares that "waterway t ELIGIOUS tnn P on to m we t-eah ne" the rpof nearly$440000. This made regulato rate relat and that to s pt a oal srpls o 10 he tea o a ll waterways of this comeay atd. f-hab is rl an t

The vaIue of the varo_. .ad that themelmprovements Ought The honseof bishopsof thegen.... night. won't .t, ... ci;,a ol A
of tho s a companies is given. be plad o a contlnuieng basis The c nentiofn the Episcopal rch In I Itle of rhirtt er ir SB d, partor os o the iqultg ta tee wre r I so the digging ot deep a session at Richmond. Va.. has voted ftailtcur E. i ot r h i R a WhItoducd to sw that the dlsol- y tthane trotm tse attes to te down the resolution offered by Btsbop her Ibaby s While ./ ( l -roll er -l R itoced toh th sh gulf through the Des Plaes Illinois ne of Albany which was designed many time hen th, baby i pae and

aa g a sib ion i the trust which curred. d MissnIsppi rivers large enough to ito the o de fretfl, the moter h n likin whU bo of dnncial Rn ib1 er trd. st t ie he h r agn or optt goingthng marriage to ny divorced perso d ~E l tdSa i. wrhic TOb Treat Makes Anr.. ,ls.Cong s I asked to tke Ther ir c t t, l dame swanY Ea*mgr. ciiim .tawafedlivin TIlb"
I suma of The AmerLcnn Tobac company has etiloa t ld. ten's org tor mwelos aouotd net rugStm a hi Tior l ilhartitc money paid to filed its answer In the soit hegun by to $1.000.0t different persons the United States government last oDid Slomon Write Songit olfor named the aer o the trust oand or The mnch tlej at RHton as ier Pirofels alily itaol t Ie CA STO RIA
John B.eDoId wervies n wnere the teodefedants. Including Thomas F. ed two state senators. Bromaliert and Inocaasl bla- of a-a to
carried on the Metropolitan books a BRan. James Dke.. Oliver. I'ayne McLeod. Repreetative McDonald. a hars jut ounle hir t aatoid Childrao
ets.Counsel Iins had ln his po- and Authony N. Brady. directors. Is former pre elt f ti a te aie ti e S completed o i thcot Oe o aedon a check for 1MtiT. which the that, while the trust has combined men the charge that they foliciamo the coro l iA
Metropolitan company had given to manycompanimeand Interests Intoone elploymnt fdm the New election of p cal efrusions as writ BeaCrs the Brady. eseonsibly in paymeortl adt in Oih it to controls. The trndus their friends, this being believe to I ten fully 6 years after the reign ol in Solomo. which was in 95W B C. and
franchise f Wall and Cortlandt try to which it eng contrry to the law passed by the leg
tr ferries alway. notwithstanding holds that o long as brands of ciga sltu of orddi such soli- th it was written in the neighbor
that Brady test ieed that e eied remain in existence competition ra- t ratr a of I t feriddig suh solil- hao d of D .ru t-l a of the men loaded uilry. orealf Dall it a
oly $0.000 for that franchise Brady not be destroyed, because It is a strug- iat n ere o leased on $100 ball each.
admitted that the larger check was gle between brands and not bhtwen
smeatto him with a separate memoran factories It holds that brands have "Paenumonial Deadly Work h.t-I
dam diiretin him to write his personal their strength In the fact that tobaro EXECUTIVE Iio siosIm Fne fectedrhc nrm rit lung,"l cerkeo as to divide the S tit L.a- Is lur the consumer dIn rglt Mrs. Fannie Cnnor, rf oural
ime between Mesas. Ryan. Whitney. only that his taste shall be satflaed Route I, Giorgetown. Tn. h
Wenidt er. D an d lki On the The trust denies that the United Cigar tates Cannot Aid Immigration. conghed om nuosly nigh t and I mast day Mr [vi traced directly Stores company. whi aims to moo to n l Bo. rt has r e- neighbors'prdc ti ou ti on
Sthe hands of Thomas F. Rya olie the retail trade was started by dere an opinion to the effect that the e l inevitable, until my hlhand ecks to the amount of So0 0 f lor the American Tobacco company. It actinor a state ino fnrnishtng financial hro ht home a hottleofDr. Km' Newa
which Ryan had inevr accounted, credits this vast retail business to aisttl or bvuinu promise or em- Di~o'ery,w hich in uly~ i pnvedrobe
Theae checks ar idorsed in Ryan's George J. Whalen and associates and plaoy wear to secure immigration Is a the only ra colh are an atonr
Own handwriting. H T H. Vreeland. ays that they entered the feld In spite violation of the lmtuigration w. yw h ma st ill i nthp sdet of t cohe company rwa s s o the opposition of the trust It is der which the state i. in precisely the attle aaint trtan troub A few doeof th. remeA will t to have drwn URO.iU at ove his sal. admitted that now the trnt owns same standing as an inlivldual. 'e with New Di vry, the real cre. ( ar- rariably cure an ordinary attack of
aryn the last ten year.of which more Stal.00 out of Srio.000 worth of stock -orasion of this opinion was the ca anteed hv the Hanner 1Dru o re and Ti diarrhea .
than $10.000 was not accounted for at In the Inited Cigar Stores company of ole Ger-m'o Garia. who mme to u.rvile IPharmlac. '- and l O Trial It can always be denied np .
all. oill fftts' Charges Unsustained. Ne Orleans from Cuta. his ICaCaCe bottle fne 0, in at reere serere a.1 is vl
he three hiladelphia parties to The exaninmaI ou oPr asnI es monea.y avi I- s i I[, b te l. i is Il llso fu forum
t oal w deth e and whl rnedb. at( ii -dl i c1 lial C ,1 do ah iutre Ia.u Ar-int illen h e u th p at o aiu 01iarrb an r infntn in
cr.rpresenting the Elkns estate. gave 1- of Indiana b thef ral Grand Itualiratin He had aIso guI e U a chlren and is the arns of a- g
out a statement Intended to explau Jtry at Chicagn resulted in a complete i -asr'e that enl-lent ar a fahr h hllth m ci h
their share in the lrtit, of the tran- failure to show any shipper who rh i nhor.r would te secured for him+ and When redrhld with water and
action. Thiis i that the dental pay ired relates fm the Altoo rsllway, be had protmise to return to the tat, C4 ge q**p g A i sCM dweetndit la nt
ments represented in the Rnrady check sui r to those granted to the Standi- t.e mo ney a a s Idancd frhip age ethe 1t nil You Has Alns ot Evrimangofa h : k. it
eoututed the repayments of loans atr Oil company The jury was then Army cOffirs Stand Test. a imete PRICE. 2
made to Wilitan C. Whitney. with it dismissed.1 In the first test of hr;Pncnship and ter na The nriou f. i." of this Frank Marrn Convted. ndura in the h ile h rlepi .tien however, which hae atR-t re ordered far tratl attentm n. is the tllliarity !f The prime mover in the Stolry ot r t A i el r sigm o n a the amount ani the similarity of tl taa arln "om y wiLndle. with headua.nr of the particip lts stood the orde
explaation. A. Sir. Wili_ ...._ dead ter ... ..-itpu.wic o Oh- t-t. 'h t the ordeal
Tn ni al to L whether nhis ihare d LI tit b in re m successfully Asorefrodt is
toe. ..., Frrakn. o L. llog C-R A dligerous malady
o hlmsrlo COMMERCIAL G POUInala

Aot I the rttolle Inea igatio h t,.U
wa u ifthe dla vry ta ,uat s F r' -i1 th Iiill r r l:e lr M Harriman Holds on to U. P. bu you don't need o
Ry had a lobulald $ t .. i l a h u. iu .nlty C ,w:. T u.ul hldrs meetin. tie a sock around
the expenses of the IN i on. l hilt. -.. lr in hi- c. 1r ait. I ..I ...r. ril- l a Ii
federation committee which went t, Christian Sciantists Convicted. rrult n a op your neck to cure it l
Eulpe to study the problem of mu i r a.d Mrs, Erdwiu W;t.o, rinpt for he iarrmanL tiket, al nIlpal ownar hip and which r e entl3 'hriti:ln -I tliC t sl o i helii t li Thhre w I. a prrTls-'Uo 0rli r prted la fa.or f legalized m nop N .1; r e t. d of m. n it er iry t y se n is I o th1 1r1, nt tMn oly. Counsel l in.s hs in his porsssion ai ii a e " aar t iTe arait, f te ie t i rd i t three checks to the order of August r n hga irll 1in w ll lnt d, t:,
Belmont for SIT)( each. drawn by thbe :1 11o died in i Tl4 h h an t ha1 d;,n' SNOW
Metropoll th reomlony a wdte y ,dtnolma [ 0;0Ij) I! tibct.a- en.rP ii "c hST.l 500-50 in Snerard a trde.,
**2:","lmo ";t to tah eni1 shw a n lm ili.d:e :. tr:n1.r lI. d I 1 il1 f Il : I:*:', LINIM ENT
committee In his letter calling for ::-. L a i the last $;.010 Mr Belmont said. "The arr he a, e ta the 1b. rt court "f : "" l"l l 'e t at" trr,,:l i llshrodllr
work as far as I understand it Is t. e in t li I:rut f bB ar Snow F _ret _ tr or_ __r tvery satisfactory." rl r itu p h in fr* e uit : i ::11 rote lt- ,
Tra in Oil Trust Loansb PO LI TICAL .0 t ii T:CLT, PAINS, BRSES,
In ithe cours the Standard Oil nc rci a .a tptto iUR S oLaOa. Oa SOSRS. eIFF JOhNes.
hearing before Referee Ferris at New Massachusetts Democrats p T de h BRNS AND ALL PAINS.
Massachietts Democrats 10 nhc oalr to n
York Government Counsel Kellogg inmb :,( -nat.neint tfhe entire greeting $3761.700 were made last f R. r tI *year b, the Standard Oil Compa ny of ,,, tr T :-,1 Halry Senn*,, Ir,+ lhn -i. : "'I .,t allrd's
New York to outside l terests. but r rm In k ,li an S Lin fr N
whichbleb Vice Preside t Tilfohn of the n $1 t : apl , r, uri
oil trust coutd not remember sout RePort of Wester Un on pI "n on it' t r sN
The evidence of these .o d w . . -'-- I . .. 11, ... . .
n ast yars balance sheets wis r T I t the t PRIhE 2, SOc AND
1. ]a year When sh ddret- tiw: n :'harke it "b,., ........ ... ...-.. :
produced toin When asked dlret urare" wa i on 1_1-.1 r u
y t. t f .- ... ....... "~L t..... 'Ballard Sno-: Liniment Co.
piled bluntly. "I do Mt kwa ." or "1 tht. r r 1 4 Ill .u lu"Ia ,cr r-: T
cannot riall." To sureo this lator- entiln anl 1, in th. el'n e ringing the ner 500-502 North Second Street,
martin the trasurr of the company. |hmur, do h[ I
aW. at. Rock er of Wmt 1 M{ntee Trt k Reod. ST. LOUIS, - MISSOLRI.
the brother of John. was ebpeaed ingrtion The tWrm to .7 7 z ..,I
It wia thought that a n to 1t ti-n :nd onsunption are si
les wbkb oa eals of te Standard wi ticket *ing r .r rae Sold and Recommended by
culd not oopltn might cmceal the will be placed H e W ,ut f sh works for yetaber tn
ponrse... f ...stelbe r tnal w on the o ..d.l I... 7.1i t. n ..I. th.... b 4 aBL10 D illE Ittte
O.a pre-dlmg day the toscia toi "3awa.it







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-c om usei. THE FLORIDA STAR 3

lookat these See On Teday ft A Romantic Wedding. 2 y t-e barrels of h were sent by I The aldo correspondent of the The woman who has periodicdlal head ps from here en Wednesday eightyU Times- tells of the following shes, bckache, see Imaginary dark barrel went at and yesterday anti wedding: 5pot i fiotn dac betor Wehty-nine were laded. This is only romantic marg n cebe fil ing i ain nor

i H W tu"U t Do three days and while They may be e v l ese on Feid, night under vry peculiar ging-dam Inis. lower ateinil or on Friday nih under ver- peculiar ore
ahore the average it speaks wel for wt.tmestve st sses *i ci stancesn. H- Godwn went to pl v asy startled or eded. tgf Jlj 3 the busies.-Fort Pierce News. a ei ..rAN o Highland after his girl, Miss Willie or nf ds..th orwithe oN the Tssess-or Persree s CANDY Grand, of that place. and returned on weak votsehag f A lodge of the Knights of Pythias Tan Annennor John LGoersterot has tTbnA have e s ot all of aons ai been organized. in South Jack completed his books for 197 taxes and the It:: train hat night and by pre- sympto likely to be present in any Wsenille. they were approved by the Board of vious arrangement Rev. D. L. Banming a r badly treated and such A shingle mill with a capacity of 50 County Commissioners last Monday ie th tr dno as did also some c run Into maladies which d ts, of the faotd' and friendo m snrgeon' knife it they ds sot
0 daily will be established at Kissim- This is probably the neatest set of In lb r autime it bad leaed out t ie C ch me S me by P. Newman. books ever turned n b a tax assessorcouple were o ma Ta use of a shortage in teachers of Osceola county, the copes wihh the that n ran c le c i rteen e e oo e rid a: the depot that night an-I a s a n ri n pn urn ec eahtee t publicee ieorn Taamhln eeptiop of thhe figgrepn.t e pracis cen ud be rise party at the home of Mrs. Preoo ty are el ,ed with but little pr o i ty all typeritten. The total an- Gn. sn. o r s i o gs r a smts o_ ec pat of opening at an early date. Aenvmeit of real and pers onal proper en e mtyi"i sl m rr r r w d ie t eo oow w af h to r
1.6.251, hih at the present mill- otSl ta o n the ride and egrom with their nres- ha i" rted e nfa$cIho t. which ave the nn-s nome dsympa che ta r hea n e t Tot oal aton of rel and person age of 21 1-4 will raise in eod m ce. and so amid reathilarity. threy woman peliar aile.s enter into its l, isted fo o cn aml ac adraill r n o d .. 0 I En h s e :t welc.nid at they left the t rai.n m actio. N o alcohol. harmfl. d property wta n antee ic os w rm eryo ni h$bst-lormlng drg is to be fou nd In thi conaty for the year 1907 foet up $2 mee Valley Gazette. land with lanterns and railroad torches lis of ist inrenn printd on a e f18a1.00v an d ee R eer Joinali The C M in Ora nge opa lighting up the scene under a spread bottle-wra pper and atttted under oath.
In sy condition of tha female system,
Dick e dham, last Saturday (Times-Union.I ing oak at the tation, some twenty- Dr. 'leae1 eFvorite Prescription c to hane Claro cotee fan nrm buight in from his farm o e Alligata, crop, Msid otonl Dcto o ght in from hIs farm o All oen. W. H. Sebring, mayor of Jaca five or thirty persons witnessed thi only good-never harm. Its whole efft this at n under Thes h Ighe ldp i hs f.- a Gis ng strengthen, inr icorte and oa s thle dstrct a Thon Feldng, a eek a ono-horse load of delicious rwa onville. has for several years been -e p mid-snight marriage ceremony, whier t ho femal ye and. espeilr well-rGown young attorney of Starke teWmelons, which were placed on sale cognized as an authority. when It was pronounced by an elderly lady to the pelvio rmgal. When these A de Is orm d a S.nPtersurg stn ifue and py diheet
-re formed eo-partnershlp for r ae Foo nd Rhode's and "went like comes o estimating the orange crop of be the prettiest she had ever seen. ranged i fo ncoth or asee by disease hatae for a tte bemah ahl iher organ o Cdloaetsca pencie of law In Galesvile. hot cakes." They averaged 15 pounds Floridta. His estimate this year Is 2, And then came the announcement by eome sympathetically derangedSh,sT
Prisoners in the Oseola county Jail each and retailed at 3 cents a pound it i boxes and he says that he the officiating minister that the home bad. unplaant symptanoms follow. T suehdisplnayas ofdeao tis frou heO
dug through the walls last Tesday Dick has watermelons every month in think this is a very liberal estimate of the Godwin armily, a mile out of mverb omust l be rein of this p nlght and escaped. One of the pride the year and sweet potatoes every Referring to an article that appeared town. of which the groom was the old- miracles will sot cre tamorn-ono doners was reeptored, ht the others day. In fact, his little farm Is making in the afternoon pper bou Wednesday est sun. had Just bee destroyed by fi e it wil. It t often ent them, I o far have eluded the oeficers, him rich. People come to his place in which Mr. F. Mundee s q ed while the family were oer at a negh- en in time, a ths th operating
A ford syndicate ppoe to Put very day for all sorts of eatables, in- making an estimate on the orange hbor where a -reception was tendered avoided.
o hdred ohoie land nea dig miland egg He does ll crop, Mayo Sebring yesterday sai: them. Thus Joy and sorow came to standing are Invited to te hundred acnre of hlee land na is farm work himself.-Punta Gorda I have just read Mr. Mndee' ar- them at one time-a fire and a wedding Pierce by letter,fr. All correspondence that tn onder thepo highest Po fble F e w a ria and T lrldl state on aelU aerea b dratae and Horald. ticle In which he claims that the crop Upon the suggestion of the minister a o nfide ntil. A er V. Pire, state of 0lticationw h il drainage and irsi dhe epotonaAbe m0 h 0 00 eroily shirgatel n and make apmodel truec Last winter Mrs. John Malmolm, of l oranges last year was 4o000.000 box- purse was made up for the right on B N.Y. farm of It St. Petersburg, sustained injuries en, and placing the crop this year al the spot and it has been liberally in- I t reon receipt of s1 one-cint while riding on a SL Petersburg street m.00bo, t boxes, creased since. The bride and greoon ~ f President T. J. Loo.
Preadent T. J. t. Brown of the For nca us the result of a collision between "Both of these statements are seon- went to the Waldo hoeo. o Ida State Fair, to be held In Taml a Coast Line train and the ear. Sever- tret. Mr. Mundee is evidently very bhw next ueleoary, will soen make a tor at days ago she died at Sanford. Her much mistaken. The crop last Year Will oecme hindigetio d dypep- RaR a E* N of the State in a effort to have every husband alleges that the injuries on- noy reached 2.000,000, three htldre si e regulate the bowels and core liver and eumity est rioed by a preben- taied last winter were a contributory and fifty odd thousand boes and the kidney cmplatsn. RUDDER ive display, stse of death. Throght his attorneys crop this year will be short of last The I i the bat blood enricher and ini HOW TO B h e la or nth e world. Itisporelyvew da HOWsTO BOOKS
bdietr Frank Harris of the O cala Hilton S. Hampton. of this city. and E mot conservative estimates that he b le, pefet harsh ilba, and aiaoncl ye a oc ots, vs bo. i onm iuner ha heen appointed by Govern- H. Myers. of S Petersburg, Mr. Ma- been made this year by those that are be amferer from diease, youatil ie iit e o bmo l akm e or Broward to represent loridJ at olm ha fled a suit for $5,000 dam- studying this question closely. ave if yo se wied . l t T l C L p th n. Andrs. editor sod maniger o raec-PO 'i-tevevr pk. the conference e combinations and aes, making the Atlantic Coast Lne placed the crop at about a25,0 o- Cocol Roeledge News, ora, Fr, tem to alt a a o trusts which to e held toIn Chicago Railway and the St Petersburg Gulf e. which. I think is a very liberal el- writes: "I hare me yor Heriue in . from October 22d tonthe 25th. Railway Joint delendants.a-Tampa timate. my family, snd fd its mo t recent n,. ,..'',t.il-.w l A recent eu taken y the i News. 'I am and have been for a tong mdin. Its eecs upon mywef have on o a
rebt nmouns taeo by te int hben a marked inn"Sld Banter a2 5. i .i "... .o.l .m.t anthites shows the poplatlon of Pr enquirers who are taking th time, In close touch with the orange ore and Tit oille Paay. .... Wacehla to have increased twenty-five Southern Argus to obtain Information rowers of Florida. The report was O W vsaofsD a acn aLOOr pee cent, In two years. The state about Hernando county, we publish the pt out last fall th thrcrop would -o-tion i n Eor in ere ., ee f 195 showed while the following which i the report of an act- e from 4.00 0 to 5,000,0 The ypresent enumerator food t00--Man- nla transaction. Mr. J. T. Daniel ot ors went through the country and {Troplcal Sun.), ov.,.
-ale River Jonrlel. Spring Lake, one of the best farmers thought oranges at 5 cents or II a be The October HomeseekerX without aow "' "A NOCKA T n this county, shipped a few days ago on the rees hollering "large crop." In intending to do so, has made a mis s ever the Tampa Northern from Brooks Norelber, after going through the attmeot that in Justice to the parti e k nw n uJ rin l T e sd oA ni b T hLthC opU cT A o oI late Senator from amba county, le to Tampa one hundred a tate and giving this tion a ho- inereted should be correted. The A hat o Tampa one hundred and bienty stemt rerrd to reads as follow: ngL A s OR heh ann ed tht he will e a ean bushes of weet otatoes of this a ogh study. wrote an article for your statement re ed to ead a follows: o a n con i. thed Su.lty p rtyw- St. ut asr
ate o no action to the United son's grth for wch h receive one teed paper placing the crop not to en Fr S. lo who reprsendate for nomination to the United owth c ,:- 0-.1 to .e
States Senate in the Democratic pri hundred and fifty dollars net cash. Th LeEced 3,iKT.H0 boxes and the resEt ed the couty of Dade in the year IS97 sow To ute. A Oeot eas, inry to be held snt year. He seeks cost of gathering and shipping wa,3 aa that it fell short. It did not reach in the legislature. succeeded in a to sseed Hon. Stephen R Mallory. estimatd at 2he a bushel. He recel but a fraction over 2,t5i.7ot0 bosn. i ng a act p, ud which made it PRICE 1 EACH
The circuit court grand jury at Mi- ed for the shipment $187.5U leaving This vr of large crop is a great dot Iaml for stock of any kind to ran at
smi last Friday returned a true bill him a clear profit, not counting the riment and loss to the orange growers large. The act is known as the "no o ,ii ol ov te-' ,on against Th. W. Troy for mansilanugh cost of cultivation, of $15. The sweet it, the state of Florida. I wish the fence la. act," and it has been a great eo, .ts....r, il-v can..
quenitt in rh1 snttlemet of the oun- You Feel Good N D o ter and the ase was remanded to eo potato is one of th easiest crops raib rnge groor rnceor thfe eull fent of the RUDDER PILtHING CO. criminal court for trial at the Novem od In Florida, as many as 400 bushel torn tir Iie fruit .od the sprculato to try In securi th passage ao this a LU Ra o ers O s-Ea bee term. Tr is indicted for th- cran be raised to the acre.-Souther cerivec a god return on his ines ortant act, .lorse immortalid .ii killing of George Nemcomb of Went Arguos. oeuts in the purchase of oranges at himself, a i a a step in adtzoce of any other roUoty in the State. maaPnm Beach. Job Curry Captured. realize a profit upon their investment. g t possible for the ew settler to
The Sueceso. apon Iheiri clear his land ylant hi trimt ti plant Pesy1td The Success. a steamboat belonging Sheriff Knight received a telegram an for this reason alone, I make this a cle sot a ,nIto Capt Tom Bass, was destroyed b Wedcosay fIom Tampa station tha' hiI crop of vegltables without fInciegs fire at Fort Myers last Saturday night It clerks Jrph Cury had been hisfielht "dsrheo The eo. ,000 pounds o tii To Aid Cuban Stre The eror oca Lrs in the ntatemn, s tp ntnn fothe rOkeehobe. was o tfoy- captrdi in that rity and would be ve. t i d
held the Oo cerhoo si. 1dI i. ilb uniao\... fon that lin to. hl ,i n-ut thy ase ed. Origin of the fire unknown; ,al raI ed Fdufliowig th,-i IIsllal ulom, th,' taor of 'his :e, !,i ;I.l o,, ue of boat and amount of insuracc in t-iis o ttr ri. h Iar J R o e r t D e f le w h o re c e n tly p u r- r- u in h e r, F id a i h z w ith Th p l;s g re a t ra il y r ttA .o o n in C u b a. T h e fa 4, t ', Ib. .! o h fchased the M eKay steamer Clinton at e. At a .meeting la,[ night t. commt E K ii...k.....t.... Dr. RA Iti".Ae
fo r c e d s a l e p a y i n g t h e r e f o r t h e s m a l l F o i n in o t r- It ~ 1. te e e r e i P p o t t N i i t f uo k If a d c . l. sum of $2.350. has sold the vessel to MllTols f. ha hJ xi I n ti. ill allsi q]lb meh. ,1? i+, -:, u- la, ,a i o Lee Deile ad Eugene Hoitsinger. The in Taso ann na t, t i.' h rd( w., ,, b,:," I h Clinton wll probably be used in the .roc.! h- I'n! \ t i't. p"., Iv i hi
lumber and cattle traadee tn Flr hd i. n EPRNC Eh 1 l ida and Cuban po -s -Tamp a E inui- l ", A ot Core to Cs ,d Or T n :s t h i f,,S Nltwe. sI:sllh ;. T, The six red cat that ha,, a \i .

:ee taken out bi [lith larl t sl TD .. .s
hn- TRADE MARAS anTn dueyake ToF n uht0 Tl:t eh,. h;-,.e. frame of the ab aii t CopRct chat, p.-ed hr h he. opvtlto "I t made, Hdte eih oes o ', '' ,i';I .:'. ,..
oild' I l .ii aid ... $0
ton. The actin;r ia e i p aiPin 0 a,01t e t re.wa] difi ,11 fr elibact Ihat m' A Crt... Cur, for C1.o1t, Used for + r ". P*"
people h,c onuie e o d[.c "tss T Year Without 0a Fall~r aln


IIIr", holndr I ThI t -t' 1- 1- i", 1; ..to sbat... ent is.vac . o an i a p Art.n KILLT.E COUCH .......' of t mo''"io Ike.. tidon.er Of .... ...''I' ..........' CURE TIasLUNCS
.'at's ~or thn -'l,d. ", Ih.-Ir fitif e.f--Dr. .King'


quite I lip, l Now Discovery
ofil.. ""m'"' "i th e bl.ed Rcr i'rs,,,t, .-t ,..!,.;i 1,-i, They make You Feel Good sit cow= C 011 MTON N cu gh. Fr i., 1 + i' 2 1.1".. "IT .. 1. 1-,1Tot 1, loclciot That Port Pierce is a btg shipping sad T,1-01, Parii.tFOR OUGHS and 50c & $T.00
p o in t fo r fi s h v e ry o n k o b u t i O SB 'O L A ." 3' T a I J r. alJ r rO S F r T ria l.
people. ever our own resident, k lnw .t te a .f -r= = Irt-ed for .11 TH ROATNro to what extent it ra ches. As. ... t-. Io pe it 1 ir L U NGK. TR OU BLE S, or X ON
de n e o f th e im m e n sity o f th e In d u r i, T '.u i;e srlua~r







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4 THE FLORIDA STAR RIDA, OCTOBER 26, 1a7

SFrLORIDA STAR OLED SAND MAKES followed, a statedboe bytaPE-RU-NA RECEIVES PRAISE of the lst coating, and the P-L'nUl RE EIVES PRAIS THE BEST OF ROADS ad is the complete. It requires

Desaiption of a Experimena undea orttdary to eudnsa nly For Relieving Such Symptoms as De sipo. r of mFn i a bout ten days to build a mile of m....... Roa.*d Made in Dural County road. Debility. Backache and Headache.
mpaIREDmm VEr DA MORWIG FrU th Ja cnilem. ThanoaUi Work on the sand and oil road Sensational Court Episode ffRE are great many phases of Of the vat multitude of womn Dr. The l adel preacher who through Murray Hill Heights has Criminal court was in session at woma's mh.esr qus that e n, H&rtman u erm ann lly, wans to teake hanging the penalty progressed so far that big tampers DeLand last week and the Daytona yans ofr thn renr u. per .of t r.e or a o a the Nebrlkallege have been put to work, and started Gazette-News says that it was mark- m cases a sesis e to cor rnect orne In a ine thr e or prerdent who wants libele sanged rolling over the road. ed with several important happen- ~ arentl in w men repn tmer i .... f When this part of the road has ins, the most important being the zosrgeon in theworld bos releuVed in- ew do ittee m i been completed, the last coatingof escape and recapture of Leonard o may woman from the danre very pr t. are ast no a r who advocates quick rope for sand and oil will be applied, and Gill and Henry Giddens who were phaseot oalmen penaluar to w amn- p te l t that tbo ho seektsd a.ar.inaties.hro agS ii 'te I. Wool it it a... thoer who eek itle." then,when this has hardened and has charged with selling liquor at Day- in as Dr. atruma ng been rolled smooth, the road will be tona some months ago. The case Herneive manylettersromallparis rtanly ulsepv~ oe omfoee Neither Mr. Bryan nor Dr. Long completed and ready for the test, against them had been continued, A the cunatry reating to uebjitsa or ea n so .llcted o IS.. Pens a the "nature fakir" is pleased with Every indication is that the road and when called up the first of the ntal iterest to womankind r e n ote- an .. the president's hunting trip. Mr. will be the success that is confident- week they failed to appear. Their a nietlli a anjrls. ao s ro., Bryan expresesthe opinion that "a ly believed it.will be. If itis true bonds were estreated and they ap- tMt ngae preserve should be builton the the road problem for Duval county peared and plead guilty. Judge grounds of the White House. to save is practically solved, as the saving Stewart fined them $1000 and costs railway journeys and other discom- in cost is decidedly one of the big each and they left the courthouse forts," Dr. Long says thereisno items about the road. In point of with their attorney, their object befo Dr.ong ysthee durability and cost of maintenance ing to raise a ninety day bond for 0 wonder the president's bag of an the road, really an asphalt road, the fine and costs. They went to ws a small, sine he wentout hunt- leads the older styles. Cranor's livery and were driven to S ig with bras bands. No better test of the quality of Volusia, several miles north of Deroad secured by the proper mixture Land on the St. Johns river, where
The first great American balloon of Florida sand and this certain they boarded the Clyde boat and racehas been "pulledoff," or"drift- grade of oil that is used, oil thatis went to Palatka. When they were ed off." At any rate it is both off rich in asphaltum, than the tamping missed Sheriff Turner wired to all and over, with no bones broken and process itself. possible objective points, including Skulls crushed by falling sandbags The asmping Palatka, and they were caught when and other things toesed out of the The tamper used for this kind of they left the boat by Marshal Hogan, bashets. It may, therefore, be called roads is a heavy roller, a perfect f that place. quite a successful event. The bal- cylinder in shape. Its weight is suffi- Celery King of Florida lsm hoke the record for distance ient to subject the material over Sand t which it is run toa pressure of 250 The following little sketch of J.t pled bpund to the square inch. E. Pace, who is mentioned nowas the .o en d by the contest. But thesurface of this huge cylin- celery king of Florida appeared in official reports may show that the der is not smooth, as is the case with a late issue of the Sanford Chronicle: -e. EnMrt E. ldr. i : -r racewasof scientific benefit, the ordinary roller. Instead, it is "J. E. Pace in 1896 planted 10,000 oemana Order dr Han oni n thickly fitted with heavy spikes, plants; in 1897 he planted 25,000. He Pes. Asn a. .rea_ rbmn. l The Good RoadsQuestion eight inches in length, and ofadi- paid all the expenses of three acres as me. t uaan. a .... Wehae so inside etert the base, front one inch and cleared $5,000. All this took cod hardly dral mYf Weand a half to two inches. place after the great freeze, that /" "A frend who was vn-iti -s i to theroad s iner ds many orange toe twoa. inohesr toas in regard to therad machinery The first time this tamper is roll- desolated so many orange groves. Up taking Pers fr the u 1 .1 demonstration at Oslo last week ed over the sand that has been first to the present Mr. Pace has under and indu me o .n I which we may decide to publish a thoroughly mixed with oil these cultivation 16acres, averaging $1,- very PreasSS CtIs rve w eek I ten oe a di.ec... little later on. We first shall see spikes or teeth, subjected to a pres- 800 an acre. Land that brought 50 Mr. Lotte Ward, 61 Tracy Ase., o@I sn ifor m t ot what some of the representatives of sure of 250 pounds, sink their full cents an acre in 1897 now brings Kansas City, Mo. writes "A frew ac tnlny ae. l,, tn Tears ago my health waa in a very Ai roneit Is a ideal iain a the county pres may have to say re- length, eight inches, into theground. $300 an acre. Mr. Pace was born precarons con dtion, the result of redy. rdingthe matter. The second time they pass over the in Georgia in 1853 and came to Flr- womb trouble and general debility far as 2revard county is con- surface it has been found that the ida in 1874. I suffered a great deal a sd as o PrNa nn tI tom-., ,hlv. I found Istcryl neI*Ill.
erned, eveneoneedingthatthe road tamping has been so thoroughly done Quisy, SprainsindSwellngsCured Lderea-.ed and in tw, m Inthl 1 na cmpltely rr.nd. machinery, which St. Lucie has con- that they do not sink quite so far. "In tvet ir, 1, nght i-d and am ~ nd .run." tracted for, isall that its represent- hack had uinrdy rallied. wsppli atives claim for it, we do think that This process is continued until the ti r in Pa aliti gaP e ie it would bevery unwise for Brevard heavy tamperpasses over thesurface elief in a t it,. atn tidvws I we m sI toup ven ,ry e saej of the road-bed without the teeth n1 i.hi, ct-ri Mre I.. Ctutinn. oillterals s to pend $10,000 forsinking into the road atall. Th iis ,t l ter ciil vlat i o e are further satisfied that, means, therefore, that the sand and praon and sllitlI Fr iae h Hi while the people of regard are de- oil solidifies into an asphalt surface i eir r and Tltniille Pn,-n your ho m e buy at while thepeople of Brevard are de- so hard that heavy iron teeth, sub- A healthy msn is ina in hi Irn ri ht: cidedly in earnest in regardto secur- ejected to a pressure of 250 pounds a. unh nl thy ni. unha p slhn e. r AA ing good hard surface roads as cannot penetrate it. This is in itself t .~ y Iu quickly as possible, they do not a severer test than would ever be sanction the investment of this sum put upon the road by traffic. w ks, weatl.. aI"ou of money in any road making ma- When this process has been com- .. Indian ive us chinery until the same has been plated, the final coating of sand and mn2 .t Sold by Indian River M usI H practically demonstrated as to just oil properly mixed is given. Then a Inwhat it will do day in and day out smot hing roller of heavy weight in .r TITI S VILL E, F righthee.run ver it, leveling it and shaping 17 We arenotsatisfied either tha it for proper drainage. Th road i then allowed tn slidif, the lighter __: ______ _-_'__- "__rock roads are the best solution of oils evaporating and the asphaltum s, i i the road question for this county uniting with the sand t. suppl, n T v. raIn .....it h.l t II We call the reader's attention spe ha-d. -mnioth. enen surface. a nur- in ur, rinaOr t u S C ially this week to the article in an- faoe impvrv\io,us to water. ea ,n I rtuH O L r-! -lIa l I :h 1 other column in regard to the crudelt tratl.,and restful tt the ey-s of H. IC petroleum experiment Diural ha b n..itl. adhrn- i B O O K S just made. If this method isthe Firat Mixing alot ne.wart BI0 K. success that it s-em- t', warrant T iv 'a pr'-- which r n t ith p. m tB eliminates the great expes of ihau l- l i i tnl't .. AND S U P P IE ing and crushing rock a e ha tit. ri t e .. t SI .... ... a the materials at the road a built r I ne Ia tr
except the crude petroleum oil. tn thr "'h the t .Ih. is placed i n nW wholesale and Retail With all earnestness we ak ut a ant nhin 11 i ns the rake. for nI uI r ti. : county commissioners to investigate suci it tltl'ars tt with iht- i h li t lM .m. of mostthoroughlyall different mthbilo inch th Thes edigu r las diwn ninlii u i anl ; nnritnlni of road making ere making ant m into the ai fii r eight inches ani tirk Th. pr THE H. & W B. DREW C O and perhaps spending thousands f the ,il i del,nit nit the c-reice. i il n dollars, which may prolvea little Backh f thisset oif teethis alnither, n i JACKSONVILLE F L.A later to be a useless and an unneces-- a n- tat n-t v fr n I iht t leit tt1 sary investment, an theo machnryi mn t-n frn ird, n ll y. There is not a more difficult Thiu s aion perfect mi he t t OBBINS tion to be solved today for the gen- and tnil and -t-_i ft n rft OBBINS thmial actintn ..... .... ; 1 IT F A IR ?
eral welfare of the public than the ch e a the taming RAH AM acquiring of good roads. It is receiving the due consideration of men Letter to W. H. sharp 1.STF i in all parts of this state and the I S Titl il' -a. (ornred. Pai d p Capt! $1 south for that matter, therefore it tir . itit r i.,i Thu compr ,i t tn a di would be unwise to take hasty act- Ihan if ns ltr I ati takd 's- tal.in rv, t .i t ICeion. A plunge at an inopportune wvli rst: Atway, Wn, n.t hlp itn at er r : time would suggest a bond issue as a W ti oi-t a PRy the only way out of the matter, and P. i hards.-' m n oltur n itL PRICE& TO 1t IT THE TIIK nearly every property owner in i".frd r1 ad nigth itob Sendfoan ti Brevard is known to be opposed to i i utranhat It ure d in rm p n O .rcrr r tir i
an mue of bonds. -ao TITUSVILLE J bti MIolt aI. Gn eI.









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lah2 karom sM r THE FLORIDA STAR 5

W) FLY RECORD or LICENSES so. as oce Craoo rt. -r.,. cOr
1 -... is s-.... ... Apl do11 do 150 75
FNT U EOUD BRBDOF I.CBIUE BYE W. HALL, TAX CDLI.CEDB OFBBEVAED 1e Abvid Joh.- .Merchan.. do do t5o 75
c R.u.as.a.nor.ha 9bees tkR.Wm, omm d Ia.ePlar -y eh M t do do 1 S oI n f BRd oed saltof Florila ter the usal bgining Out.sK am ling pt 172 .Bers Plaue...Reamanat .......... ,o o 20 l2
wbe~ 7 Wto I3.-CL& BTslor.Li 8reSble .Ito5 do 5o 20 174-L.Kitn t Hnter-._t-. a nt ..- I Apr 1907 do 2SO l
itlei NO., the i i .-T Upadmbe..N k dealer do do 500
Mdtural Eperimet Station 5a OcCUoT Vo0w __10e0x.9 __ do do 5 I ml.--.-Dm o do .. do
Sol w, ow.....-.. ..... -- e ..... o ltl-t-ut ,,o t 1I On. SW l1..s.. ..- do d 450
l"Aw- flgBr that ives wi l .L a Y Pu-- liss .r do do 1 9.0 I WM A d er- hnt -is 1e 190 do 100

e.TrY Pilut..o 9i 10 ... do do M 50De-nW i I---r psl t 0 p- (10i doS
y P fos ...... .... do do OW 50 1i4--T DanleLm _Co_.i ow M dill do do 10 1
f been die e d. Itwas n d --rP Wbb ......... -- .. .. do o 400 5Bo00 1-ChT0 Bd _Mer eA do I o 100 75
the r inve tigaio a tro h" u se of 18_ E LA Co .... Merhmat Tit.s..11. do do 300 150
.. Lo....lelior...... do do =t o00 Iae.o1 LNlv...... 2 Aido tAl Co oto nd a0
eof Rlaiifst J -d0 ie.-IPoolTrbl ....... do do 0 5
w itnu lt tha ab-eun l At- 1nOth L Pasm o ......le t.... o do 0 10 8 Hidloe .Mehor u.. 10 I01 du 000 150
t e alled f Ddo ...oMerchant .......... do do I s. d sle ...... I Plsb e.. .. 1 doS
t in ta c le av to from the o b t......e do do JIu0 I BAL sryeIvLa. o lu, l r d 2
that 7OtoO per cent. oftee e._DLH~ld Ls ..... -------- do do 10 00 I. C. D bm or -- do 0 7
M~ By s n.....s rchB lt ...... do do 30 0 IL L r .br d d... do 5 0 50
h-tlAy-l ttre 3 Wnlk _.Merchast do do 300 10 15 Hir l e O r um .......lowrs b ....0 do00 050
Head tobe de ..d. hrisletofur-. do do occo- ? : l li
L C BooobssL~otOslli5 do do lW 75-E1d -1 Apr19M do 7 0375 tlnvesgatio ral sto teause of I. EC LAC ...DMtrblt ThI oiIe do do 30 150 lbo-s--W o- dooo dtb M00 M." o00a t 0 p 75
te mortali t of thewhite ly l9t rve, isP B-DL luale do do lI090 Soboso s rb sh d
w1 s ohe e-. do do 1 OD iW CW M1 ooWM .. Orboaker do do l. 05
Il th ltha t fI t o tl S a Joi tor.EEw r id li htM r do do 0 IDalso --- 5 Mcht. ... 1- Id)7 do 0) 4I0
otrted. fo Onleaves " Yo"n".MeJlaPt r-c.. do do s 150
to o found tos b d._WT WifCo ..oreC t o -.......... do do 1500 1050 TATEOF FLOBIDA
ae tinlvter frb one of the a e ,Yn do do 30 150 (C ITOFBEVAR
Sortalo eno theudede JT mrs -ove... osu...... do do 30 95
'O8l~lfOll every Iarvale had bees L .A it Boo..... Rolte do do 100 0 0 1. .1 WILSO7, CooyJodgein od fooN-ordvoloty. F3orl .d,berbyo dri fy
W r a ftgue L Uno t l ere. -- wl -- 27 h tE r to l. 1 tbat the foreliniig ---n dd dr So 300 n atemSeJt l reprrof up ual it I '. u* l
illad. resamefunll wasfound n0 ph.ObOsbl dov do 0 H1 bi evyIooodrri andve Shel Ha; 03rdwar
.-L An o OPe...e... llo 1t01.... 150 in id o UmOl oo f reord tor 0h porol beoiuniog ol. 10 I 0.udl eudingop). Olb. )7.
to eprset O white fy larvae 0 b. Orser----- .M t do do0 5 Witm ODha5dSdoATEOFltFLORIddoyoDAober 17
sent un dter ao the as P Bn t h s... esrc o .- do do 0 50 Som CT Brid... Merchut ..... do do 150 L Manateeriveegionfewdaylat- 5 b.rn...--Rsbl--do do 0u rw ood fu d _Ur1t ard. tlg ord
to The e ais eWarsf ud. -A P er mo aiDosl -------- so do o do
5'. 34 Bocrky Gl,....... r -Bdt.........3 1
l"This new white ay parasite. A.li'e Ki"..S.....mrpbloe....... do10
ery, Bte s v B Rol r ay. a Pasbdo do 30 s a redu el 3 I: Pant and ils f Quality
wheh iny be allied the white, s.cF rb o... 0
fri-ng o citrs m.ftobeoto 3JOE P British rrrbnt... do do .0. A1DA R
30-.e~d d u o- rlFab --lrr-- do do 0; 3o ateam kownsientifially asMi- ..sj boeo- Mso rrhao......... do lo O15
w'Thi fnew f4e. Frrrite ....soricitt ad po do mt
ri t is related to terd ro- o TITUSVILE Fdo RD50
wico te whiedil l Be t tod 3 1-- 1 3 Headed fungus (phaerostiblecocco- F Wov ou or..... nut do do 1 0 0 a4 AD do ..... rsboot .. do do 9 40
scale kndon vucintirssesie in- 00-v 0.110,-Boeho ba- do d :_-M- d
mets it general appearance ce is ._r8 ield m... eni t do do r:e R
very different. pr oe oo.erfg-- X idon -- <
thistroub leomepes. P wano. ....... ...... .a l t
S e whiter fr inge fungus i not .nC .T lo---do d 3. 1)A R
atllcemspieuousto theunaided eye, 0 0 ....0.dod... 0 1ehandle the Finest Lines of
-L oosp . ) ..... do do u1 fungi but underthe hand lensit 4._ idlogs1lso- bamb l. do do l0 9-n 1 J Feld --- I ..d....ba. do do J00s a
my bemadeout. It appesasa .Ab.P Wrg.au do do 00 u 40 0.Pion Br1,9b9: d --b do do 302
very delete w hite fringe coming J F s o .._ Honte Keeper ... d o d o Stock.
outfrom the marin of the larvae ec..e m Up ot illc.f-n.. do do ,0 1O "1 L h'ob o --B-o HEYn. T do do 00I 500 If the leaves arepieked and allowed 4.CJ FcmU ell .... .... .b....a do do I G
to dry tne dise an The fringe disappears. The 6 barrut d do do I e Sporting Goods Dray. aJdFHI.soptsldoo I- do do 01) dead leave become white nd- co B........ l do do is completeatall times J W ris .. sBobaht-....... do 3 o tr appe ringe d..ln.g r g ha.i. a rI na..s.a- do d 0
slight pinkish cppe i o b.. uid te do do 11 0y
"On experiments, conducted at o.JRWalkert..eoB... do do .p an i. lity
Gainesville, showed that in two weeks 7 W.alO.n .b Fl.( o t b do do 00e
7S Ard ix Tehant --------- o do 30 5 fm the time the spores were intro- 7.w r.eak o eno Hol 1 do mkdo W 0t Spec "4.Es, ..usnalu.sa.... l h nL rot dueaed into white fly infested trees 1.-js s,....o.... L rytbl..... do do one 7
the fungus wasvery evident upon 7 M Io D.... Ddrid$.o....... do 0 0 )
k ot Merobhnt .... do tdo 200 111 previously healthy white fly larvae. 7sJ O ......---.Lie.ry Stable do do for arge or small orders will
Additional experimes in the labor- i..n M ibd do uotatos for large or small orders will a to ---too ..rHs... 1 0t1e Agt do do l be given personal attention. Mail Orders story showed that the spores of the 8l.. L&w-___.. Merhant....... do dI .
btr n ry moneeh D 1) ------ Ddo do io0 2.) solicited and promptly filled white fringe fungus germinate much K 1aArold ----- ...r. ~T e. do chn
more quickly than those of either M F P Ziy-. .Ur1 l.t do do 3 T
the redortheyellow fungus. M WF Losr i-robl "do do ...0 FLRD
"How far the se of this f STU 8 O SubylCO r-0... .. s ( N Amenro do o "e 0. 05.0 0ewrt ..llsnbeo. do ,Io lO)0 0)0 will prove tobeof practicalvalue U Fstura Srt. MrbIst o ,,o 1), 70
inmontrolling the white fly isyet to 0..1sHotme...... Llso NAmeril do do
91 .R a Hou .. lobFall Ins.. do do 0 7 be determined by further experi 0-U ..FAM o...-bsotio.g- ES do MEAT MARKET
mention alargerscale. If, however, s. A aT lor.. .. osntl Co ofN do
the fungus continues to be as active 5. A A Tlo Hartford Fire .o, d, do -. U AIl.
t A AT ylor Aetuo Ins ol.... d doF aitlsrecently shows itself to be 07119 Hlooo P- lost, du do
it willcertainly proeof great value A A T" ..... ,pZIAN l d to Florida ad IR. 0 Hob.- Livropool o lob d d 250
in further checking the ravages of I..A A Taylor... Insurance!.-IjFrlloolld
this troublesome peSt. I.1 Pu t; o w. S lo U ,o
"Persons foding this fungus in 00 Pbi G WUlo- WAss.hl"o.o d. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
parts of their groves can distribute 1.2 .. W-o' ... Firor ,,s C. o -ea s
it into portions of thegrovein which 1)d POW,.10 LiveritIoo l Oloh do d represent some of the leading 10P2 i W.190- Hortfool Firl-s t o do r t
the white fly is perfectly healthy by s Pr.o u Wthou tl Kel ".. u h 0 0 CO panes of the world and any i0,
la P W1111oo o, . busaess entrusted to me will re, of all Kinds. teling leaves containing larvae al- II U ctCl.lia. M or.-. ,, -- --) I veO re mptandcreful attention
ready infested with fungus, and pin- t I Nl ....... oe K r do do 1. ... Tpro mptnd E
_- Judge Eyee t u .Dry Mud Pu rH k do TITU_,1IE FLORID A ning them into trees where thelar- 3 H 0I ,..0 d .. H-- do du] A. 3 OFl
vaeare n.otye: diseased. In doing 114 SbO'ri.dFi to i,l -. .1t d,. _o.__T M _I _O E
this wewould advise that the fun- jIs E w 3-,tos., ,_ ..) do d :l., 1.,
gus-cotinin g surface of the de- 17.f A Stearot 8 ,O"huAi, % l. a our
tached leaves betpinned in eontaot u:.I't; W,1abu Il.tluso d:, with the healthy larvae of the oth- l Pe ; W lt ..... vrtbr: IAs 1l er$. IV W Fi~, ulru u Ihb Food I.
cr'4 P i Walton Ae u, ,
What Irrigation Did for a Grove I P ; w t,, .-.u s o,, .
150 P ) 11.lu N, ..,) Ill o, .
M. B. Tindall. a prominent orange IIE 1 uk... Borbhot
grower of Nareoousee, states that 0i ITit )le )b sh ),, t ,h d-l,h d,, ,
his orange crop this year is four 1' w tou. It ,e 1,- .1. d,
times as large as it has ever been :v P A Sh,,res. 0 K,,,pin t I I :!,4ot :T:1 -,-o Z.
before. Mr. Tindall irrigated his 13 3. b d........ rld I. s ,, P IIo uALL PAPaa t1l- ad
grove during the long drought and it I -A .1i5 o I I T_00.
his trees bloomed regularly on time I l oo . l 0 o 0 okro I sooT tree reguarVXil 137 Ia)t l'h pp 40-c.-l I S-how) S, oi v and put on a heavy crop of fruit,1 Js.oo doc so-rayaod .... . , Iooo) o, 0...))o ,*)i ;trw ul]iv 55,.0b0 )-osI osl d S so-d 004.)
which is now ripening and ahout 0 0. s 01 0) l.o,9..O 1d m5 so i til u s i ,
ready for shipm ent. l)l P. L lt ), t u 0 Fih llo hs TIIE rk h I:): 'l\ 1 11 t1 1 1 Sout h. ,
Our.BloodBkin Dsass, Oaeo r, ISO T.lfhSbba .oo Turl.utiuo Sll ,yol :, t"k- ui
.Satest Blood Porihorifter' II1.07b"0lo ..,), o,.n as, 0 ) ,ooh s.L
If gyo r blo od u i fe)po re, i Tlli T t "llr).l l a I .5 'O try 1,h -, 0, .l), hh -, ,, / t s
hot or full of humooro. If you 10, blood 14 r. .1000 ,*'or.ldt, ll, .ll ho s aI r ""
p o rn o 0 el r, rto lliut le oa tiog n ro o I4- O L ,I ,:, ,, tr i l) I 01)1i II Ii
aoolos, ecaema ilching rislulo Aod I. 19 r h _Norwich F sf.. .. V w ELt T ED
bu ,pe. abky, pimply ski., boun paln, Is O "y S"I r1))1i 5).I,0 )l r .0)10 ),01 11) V,,Y b l _..RBH lo s. t Itul d, .
ottirh, rheamalSoO, or any blot or 153.0A Wwr ..... W.'ht~tOr F l, I ,, 2", tir t;.ila. ,]-Stra]2hl [tl/*ttJ, [ ],t T Up-[O- )de Painter abd Doeb1Lr.t
ski s d -e ., Ih koo1 iu. 00, al ,, t F-..... .. ). ) 1 ,,..., I) I,
( BB. B.) soonls l ores h l. 00l)0 I1S M90i1 )0Hbr bRturb t 1. .. .,. -, .. M s. TIIUSVILLE FLORIDA
adp ine stop and the blood is msde It Brr Nl tbo'o Or F i. TrAXTphRlf I. d.,
peor od brich Drusgse_ or byPr.o B. .I Jy Tbio 3 .ud Fiu. '. . .. A MOTH PAPER
S__per 10tg. Io .O llIleti.ebg rir rchut 1,, .... br 50 T 0, r s,,.obao 't I MOTH,.,.P,
ia150 _. m _. 150 .Tropil Phoor Gpeti opbO) .. Ti O ,)) l.0.00l ,.0) :00 0L' fl; PAPE


Esoeh bos i nd. 1 D.0 h. eel 11 4 B104 r .*d o F o "l F .o.s l .. I Apr lOT 'i The Standard Sewing Machine .,1 : ,: 0, 01' ) 1......pl, ] J -,,%
hch luctibemob. orosO 1 rl o Flb der I 1) 3 is sold by the Indian River
y turL I _G Le Fs r F . ,l OrW,,rk9,lutt- d,, up.
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6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1907

LATtTr ESTIMATE IS MADE BY The State's Flnanmes.
NEW YORK PACKER. The monthly report of Hos W. V.
Knott, state treasurer, filed with the Your Kidneys. dMi e Whik Eterprii g Paper Has Seur- governor. shows balance in the treat fl. .aWhc ReptsFm al Oae Sal ory to the credit of the several state n M and educational funds at the close of Al the blood in your bedy passes through
Grapefruit etims. business. September 30th, 1907, as Ol yOrhascmi eyth c yoiurtes
The New York Packer of Saturday lows: hloekd ey ai
gives what is undoubtedly a careful Gon. revenue fund .. ...... 9.954.30 tr out the wate or ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT
sad accurate estimate of Florida's cit- One mill school fund ...... 85,040.81 hpuitiesmthe blood. ED FOR SATISFACTORY
tr s erop and in publishing this valua Pension tax fund ........39,557.66 oforderthe yiltodo USE I FLORIDA WATERS
be article The Packer not only furn- State board of health fd... 94,399.50 their work.
Ieae reliblhie eformatl.on to the hu Prinripal of school fund o,.o. cf eln hsa soM eE n
dreds of growers of Florida products investedI ..... 4,479.30 atem ods from R M n
throughout the United States, but does loterret of school fund . 17,4192.19 blod, dc to neglected a rin E
much to advertise the resources of the Principal of seminary fund 1,93 my8o40 A "ye"mR L TO "'R A
State. The Packer says: dnivestcl 194.5 Kidney trouble case quick r steady Th
film of state convicts ... b78, h ea t & d mbl =i one feel as though W k w l After a areful canvass of the state, tedan wo claims fed 8 b,! ) 1 otl y p musapeg thick, ko nd ilt y-l ,1 'a
by which over b.5o lecten re- et pound bleed th.eg ve and etick, ri
to orange and grapefruit growers cov- fund. 1.8ol. tolr.nrm.dch47 otolcn e -e to ho alld tolhl r the 1 !o tgrel cultural allegee fund.. 1 64 4, C.Blhatn111, N.x- Y lo, W e ic a rp not only the principal growing h college Merrill d. 1492 u tew mo science prove that neryo Thiste college orrilllons. to n add ton,
e t bet also tho more sctily Colored college Morrill fd... 14.640.26 llotn s s have he r, I i bcate red eetiao nl ay The Price of 1e4lth 62 ery tmoerstng tbe sh thatrellost
matter t he Pirsfut chera cel titerest of senary tod.. .40 7 tt a so THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT
t n eedo ofe ainstln fo e an e public s the ceItrn rit b rop at appros Hatch experiment station fd. 305.93 byfi doctoring yar kidney. The mild
Istily wr00.000 haelle. Thie, alter Adams experiment station fd. 633.1 and thestord inary lettofDr. Kime's P ih, t P looi
ertIsandnetwieek the plt E l iyon ofundn, the reat kidne r Iy r eneod 7
lpaeriag emuly the gret d pemet ation iid- stand the higheat for t vt Ion ,tir r ne to 1 1 -,]r
cera in thte yield in sae contest tal fund............. 96.7,2 rodehas r1,tbo ,ad s ,tliI
ad o the other hood the lderale Florida Female college mci- andasold aitse.tss. ',io -yIhe 1_ n
I hr e in the crop in the more fa- dental fund 1,6044 h g intlhy- h
ored counties. v Universit Iocidental fund.. 589 You my be have Don't
S In previon year The Packer found Proceeds of Excollege property ia l thoe by a a ddo e ttt
s n ce of college property esuple httie hy atli r sdmSt etltec casicoitelcs scoii-it It ve hard to estimate the avrge fund York. h a ppor tutlou bor to pR Og crop tromt II you ha kidey or bld trouble. creased it is ireo aed lr Came on-.1 accun obil n t f tionroub~e pegaa thasoline Engine Co.
o the groer.. on account of the t nd1.64 o.. B mt NY. Cold Water, Micbiga
be00 that thewithere ao owey 1 e t I a l o
r rthat there were so m ny cionflict- Blind, deaf end dumb eict- De't ake any mistake. but Itebrn tag repr ts rom the came Tections the feae hmenainpmot Dr. Kilecrs SwnpThi year opinions seem to run all . 8 O2F a dl h ddrr Biik ihe mn. H s.
the ame direction and the estimates Total on every little.
p the buyers and growers come nearer .. .. .. $695ge64.54
..... Idntca Inmy the census bure p i" being identiei than in say preirues The Prie of belth very Interesting table chowing the as w the rnos of maintaining t puble Slla wil be men by the hundreds o "Thea price of Itlth isa m hs rio rhoo inld in such o mt the ineecra w eii apart Sl oThe ate tiis jo te 25 ens; the enof a r t o e eole o tsi trel vdler which will appear in The Pack- f Dr. Kin' Snew Life Pill," r Sora pe u et rkp the co Ia ot ElSa slasc onf onted, Ark. New Life Igo nd ground. Thae vary from
dowl in maiohs sertins from 5 per Fllpmea gently and imearo t new life cents per aplta in Char esto C crtdown to 2Sper c On the tho- nr lr to she syem. c. Saterisa- and o rents in Ateat. Ga. to $1l3 in Stiongerte r ela erthugStrm o d euvner. $1.43 in Newtnion. aah ont o rhan t few shipping points shea a Titsile Pharmacy. 91.5 in Spokane. Weh.
Silreas, and some of them very big ub h sa Dicing Roaem.
Inoreaues, bnt it must be taken into The alumni oseitaio of BoMeto conSideratlon that these stations which INDUSTRIAL Tei. ha rned fends ad established rll have an increase are principally i diing room in the high school ton many new groe at e N Syraper Liit which i one of the eat of its kind o into hearing The oldies in the country. Tbis addition ives the lu the polivn of Ertest lg. ar i- student who are taking domsetic ahow a It falling o f In their pror- e or the oe Ocgnr building at New ie n 1pportety ot only t p I tie. Where the orange crop is in- York. the tower of which is the higher t he es
creoed it is increased on account of building In the world for o tion. pare the meal but ton serve them
more trees and not on account of a the lisable Ihuit of height ar these l AgaistCution.o
heavier growth per tre. bildlu in ew York city willa he Presdent amiltn of Torts college.
The prolonged drought of last sm O fret with a tower 100 tr otet On. In his annual report strongly
onsquare, or y a reht higher than oppao the syote of coeduAtWonnow I. ai wiem. am canis rw hettn i
er, i t understood, wuh the eiriincipn R r es g with in osto theer. le e liA attend o S case the shortage of the crop. The the prtvsldnt of the New York fire un to th' fewer len in the arts courses.
dry weather which held the largest derwrlters. who recently waroe te hle slbr ew EnglaId colleges have producing sefetina in its clutch or so llle that there was doler of a hisl t, rIu ll sillts away. He Uys
long a time stunted the fruit and while gret conflaratio In the upper stories th:t "1 it,,, .,;g. -illng man ll ot
the bloom was heavy. In fact, very of the tal hbutldlu beyond the reach it Ii I-,illen llll i nstntion if heavy In plane eXttg fi re gibling appnratulss. t ,Ir IIttit o. ti C-ln itiwh,-re sear e Iual."
heyin es the rit dd not gg sa that e only limit o tl- Iht the stsdeol who de
op a it should. tioraal tirilslity. le Insist.that mI- t I,..P:I .-liutll :ia preenot- -
The crop In sme parts of the state building of the type of the $ Inger are I ,irt. very
Stwo week to month late sind thep safest as reguds a roof sto con-. ,'" .. Ioetitton
other parts It s on time Attention is flaa r-ation I abusee of the space aot5 I'i t I I:li li i lois does not t
called particularly to the report of th the tower. whfh erupis only one. -levl: : i Ip the nwoe of
e c o yield of this th the lot spa Were all the rsl iv.,: i,. t im P.e Islens they
yerButi crop. The Yielp d wof Chisa R ep oruto witb the same dd I.,. l lmlael
will b mucl lighter than growers linoo proportion of spae around the upper Eagude Itlin ChPidren.
stlorire. he t nge. the danger of a de- Trouble i. ,l.,s-td ,it urall. Mis..
Priees are nerer uniform this year truetie fire In that upper region rt.owo ..i... t..'..ii ..cc the pert
than they ever have been. The early would be reduced to a tllnlmut. An- of the aios I rI. lt:I i: children atsauln of oranges were made at $1.25 to other point of Ilmitation to which Mr ending theb llit. IiII -chol The For sale by the
$1.40 on the trees. For the past fe Fltag call attention Is the elerator endeavor Io shut thile Itaiiide oat bewks ervIce. He says one haul electors San some agok heu tat e r'S' oek, however. $1.50 toe the org c n hbe constructed to cover 1,W fet intendeant of edatio,. ad the attorney N I N IV R
on trees has been prevailing among but beyond that probably cannot he general were to pl;i .. I tol. n the d growers. Sales have been made at made efReetlve,. Th e In tha in zere id d tst lh sci ili tl, SirC-l ,
this'prie, but when it came to be set building ae of .. knoro a .o whites ittI iasif. whiti. di iI M USIC HOUSE
tied on as a regular value by the gen traction elevators, with the weight at aol,'o M UlSE,;i *,;t;l ;
ert growers the buyers would not the hollo and the motor t the tot On of th, .:irlr it ItII i-IirI SvILLE F llLA
keed it Coseaety i se parts They w;ll make the forty .toOry trip In insisted ti. -l l. ,, ... TITUSVILE FL.
of the state there is a deadlock n itel tha on e minute. taken sitId the -1,di
p r i c e s S t i l l i n t h e f a c e o f t h i s .al s L o i air B r e a k s A lt R eo d s. t h r s i I I n d d t
The 'icol lehe steam bh ll .llit i.i s I eftets Itn s-iT it : ;I~ l the have been made at a remarkably rapid hth created l nea York iii le 0 bite a Ti 1, i i;..,1 T"l
S pace. It seems that the cry tbrtlleh i rit t t,. t oi her secon o t t ., iiii ,
South the state is $1.50 for oraoevs o ward on-ge. sirlpasor d all lr-il- if Ill, :lillit. II -I-! rIl
the trees and hundred of report time rold, hliung cadet the t e ,. ln:h n t,- t ::t.1
I which The Packer has reerried den d ad L Inours lier higct -oullar Ni System of Proeo on
this. Nearly every grower %nu r a rn w s 61 7 kurt or lIn kt-l ii o' .-, r-,"ii- t. ,!
of prices places his i des a .. Th, eof the ighst prel r ,l i
The ]I5c tinsrro Ct]vares T s ; n I: Th S east Ic r ch ict-i-~I to hotd-II fu t

A Work of Art
tI a aide rns tills W t It i t, AIi lll, t. 1;it.tJi lltlo ii la-l -if Pr[lor rit tttI +t .

*hnt 97.5 an i u!lt h; tic i i,. efl--r I o t," al fat--red ly ilI c .lt i il I : ,ii ,, +, i ac s '' \ :,
made at this figur. he drorac If;i tlII',,rm lll f t lad :I it: i :+ aP t s r
it i i ItI t i fo u t e I lld l h le II t It ai lt- e r ,; I 'ln ,
grapeflit l lt,i is iurh hoi tllti I c'I dirt Io Ic t tlilllier~ ilit re r i r -., -- ,,- ts ar o
ehr demand cill tI s tu I th ii t,- [ii o-tilt the reni I dd ie -rt tist in -- .uos last -eason. i'oonsicq nti). 41io Land Wirl.s at Work forie -:i i : r : :
rslrcogniing ihis fact. do uo hc-i it, iet 9 the Pl,'olic Wirelles- lirate to htld thir f, it Ic --ilhc i a y il:i t How to C-., a Ct i1i
TOIlil lb os ril-l> us illii .o. s"l' i-"sll io-ili irr.;,y..- irs- % wd a Jwnousadw llCosig g
lOssiblc nd 3 t a inc!Ici.ii :i Th I I 'di t It e Nrit i e tarlff t I i o ...
short slac would cllo. T i- r et It th ittl i of h'
tell the slor) better thar colulns t tIslin t estalIlib staftions t i
comment could toll it. Ears hlit ll ua h Pitthiir. e tit l
is allowed a short paragraph is uhiti New York A to the Book o to give the conditions presailin in his a It e I Aia ln Pru Dlas n
section. The name of the shippr EDUCATIONAL ,.,
withheld and will appear in Th, Pst h o r EAST CQSI' LLIBER & SUPPLY COMPIY ens
er Bulltin. %h icb i, pulklkir h-,d Cen..s Bepolts .. sch h. t .
lyIand ecsiel o adtrit It anual report on the sttice agree nith tt- Tr IAKAGE The Packer. cilies tnllg u p luation f vci Drug o.tlr i t I'-, ii:








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THE FLORIDA STAR


FRIDAY, OCTOBERU 5, I


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I-LfGAL-CRIMINAL 1

Now Yok Trketlem i Rveltasm
Jehm B. MeDeasd. the man who
ult the first New York subway. was
t frM t o a sers of Important wit-
as bfet w the pubee asemvice eem-
inmn, which has coatimued its In-
wstaIom etf the Belmat-Ryan trae-
U1 combine. He admitted that he
had been pas(i $eO0s by Thomas P.
Ryan and his associates for the abro-
tisa eof a contract which he had a-
twed to build additional subways sad
tWt he was to receive, besides. an
samual payment of S!.k000 for rve
yjes. Thus bad his scheme for a
New York and New Jerse tun-
neL with system
at transfers for
the beseft eo the

to sieep.
The testimony
.rX1 of Anthony N.
Brady.part
Ryan. was wa
aazomn gcouse-





for unnamed
John B. McDoald. service were
eTried -O the Metropoltan books as
-mt. Counsel lvins had In his ps.-
Mdt=e a cheek for mlAS.007. whihe the
Metopolltan company had given to
Brady. ostensibly In payment tfoer a
franebher for a' Wall and Cortlandt
tret ferries railway. motwl#-ttliudig
that Brady testified that he received
oaly P25nMal for that franchise. Brady
admitted that the larger check was
seut*te him with a separate memoran-
"dum directing himn to write his personal
cheeks so as to divide the ST71I.a7 bal-
ame between Messrs. Ryan. Whitney.
Widener. Dolan and Elklna. On the
same day Mr. Ivris traced directly
Into the hands of Thomas F. Ryan
checks to the amount of r$S.000 for
which Ryan bhad never accounted.
These ebecks are Indorsed in Ryan's
*wn handwriting. H. H. Vreeland.
president of the company, was shown
to have drawn $300.000 above his sal-
ary tI the last ten years, of which more
than $180,000 was not accounted for at
all.
The three Philadelphia parties to the
deaL Widener. Dolan and R_ T. pow-
er. representing the Elkins estate. gave
out a statement Intended to explain
their share In the profits of the trans-
action. This is that the Identical pay-
ments represented in the Brady checks
constituted the repayments of loans
made to William C. Whitney. with in-
terest. The curious feature of this
explanation. however, which has at-
tracted attention. Is the similarity of
the amount and the similarity of the
explanation. As Mr. Whitney is dead
no one is able to smy whether bis share
is also for a loan which be had made
to himself.
Another sensational point blroughti
out In the Metropolitan Investigation
was the discovery that Thomasn F
Ryan had contributed $1rt000 toward
the expenses of the Natkonal Civk-
federation committee which went to
Europe to study the problem of mu-
niepal ownership and which recently
reported In favor of legalised monop-
oly. Counsel Irins bas In bin possession
three hebeeks to the order of August
Belmont for $5.000 each. drawn by the
Metropolitan company and uned by
Btelmont to pay the expenses of the
committee. In his letter calling for
the last $5.000 Mr. Belmont said. "The
work. as far as I understand it. Is
very satisfactory.-*
Tracing Oil Trust Loans.
In the course of the Standard Oil
bearing before Referee Ferris at New
York Government Counsel Kellogg
brought to light the fact loans ag-
gregating $32.761.700 were made last
year iy the Standard Oil Company of
New York to outside Interests, but
which Vice President Tilford of the
oil trust could not remember about.
The evidence of these loaus was found
in last year's balance sheet, which was
produced in court When asked direct-
ly what this account meant Tllford re-
plied bluntly. "' do not know." or "1
cannot recall." To secure this infor-
mation the treasurer of the company.
W. 0. Roekefeller, sa OC William.
the brother of John, was subpoenaed.


It was thought that possibly these vast
loans which officials of the Standard
could not explain might coucea* the
parthase of ostensible rivals.
On a peedinlg day the spectacle wa


pesnsted of the head of an oil conm-
pany reputed to be a competitor of the
Standard, the New York Lubricating
Oil company. refusing on cross exam-
Inateio to put In the hands of the
Standard counsel the private papers
and original contracts of the firm. He
said he would not thus put In Jeopardy
Information which could be used
against his concern. The fact was
brought out bere that all the big rail-
eeds pay from $30000 to $100.000
more for their lubricants bought of
the Standard than would be the cost
at the rates charged by the indepead-
ent company. A complete balance
sheet and income account of the oil
trust were made public for the first
time. They showed that. while the
company paid 14000000 In dividends
last year. more than MJOMJOW00 was
carried In the income account. leaving a
surplus of nearly $44.000000. This made
a total surplus of $261.000.000. The
balance sheet shows total assets about
$371.u64=t.53 The value of the various
subsidiary companies is given. Rec-
ords of the liquidating trustees were
Introduced to show that the dissolu-
tion of the trust, which occurred osten-
sibly In 18W2. never occurred.
Tobu Trust Makes Answer.
The American Tobacco company has
ffied Its answer in the suit begun by
the United States government last
July. The answer of the trust and of
the codefeodants, Including Thomas F.
Ryan, James B. Duke. Oliver H. Payne
and Anthony N. Brady. directors, Is
that. while the trust has combined
many companies and Interests into one.
It has no power to control the indus-
try In which It engages. The trust
holds that so long as brands of cigars
remain In existence competition can-
not be destroyed, because It to a strug-
gle between brands and not between
factories. It holds that brands have
their strength In the fact that tobacco
is a luxury, the consumer desiring
only that his taste shall be satisfied.
The trust denies that the United Cigar
Stores company, which alms to monop-
olsie the retail trade, was started by
the American Tobacco company. It
credits this vast retail business to
George J. Whalen and associates and
says that they entered the field In spite
of the opposition of the trust. It Is
admitted that now the trust owns
O000.000 out of $900.000 worth of stock
In the United Cigar Stores company.


U U


I"-.


ballot will be determined by the state
ballot law committee and by the courts.
The friends of Whitney charge the reg-
ulars with high handed and violent
methods in controlling the convention.
District Attorney Moran of Boston was
turned down. his assistant. Dennison
being nom***ted
Hearst-Rpublican Fusion.
Fusion has been arranged In the New
York city local contest between the
Indp6 n.ne league and the Repub-
licans. It Includes the no"atlon of
hmsen, Hearst's political manager, for
sheriff.
Governors For All Waterways.
The formal expression of the views
of the seventeen governors who ac-
companied President Roosevelt to
Memphis last week was made In a res-
olution which declares that **waterway
regulation is rate regulation- and that
consequently they favor the Improve-
ment of all waterways of this country
and that these improvements ought to
be placed on a continuing basis. They
favor also the digging of a deep wa-
terway channel from the takes to the
gulf through the Des Plalnes. Illinois
and Mississippi rivers large enough to
admit the passage of ocean going ves-
sels. Congress is asked to take speedy
action to this end.
Boston Legislators Indicted.
The grand Jury at Boston has indict-
ed two state senators. Bromberg and
McLeod. Representative McDonald. a
former representative and two alder-
men on the charge that they solicited
employment from the New England
Telephone and Telegraph company for
their friends. this being believed to It
contrary to the law passed by the leg
Islature of 1903 forbidding such solci-
tation. All of the men pleaded guilty
and were released on $1.000 bail each.


EXECUTIVE

States Cannot Aid Immigration.
Attorney General Bonaparte has ren-
dered an oplulon to the effect that the
action of a state in furnishing financial
assistance or giving promise of em-
ploysnent to secure immigration is a
violation of the Imnaigration laws. un-
der which the state is in precisely the
same standing as an Individual. The
occasion of this opinion was the case
of one Geronimo Garcla. who came to


Moett's Charges Unsustained. New Orieans rrom Cuub. na is amge
The examination of President James money having ween paid by the Lou
A. Moffett of the Standard Oil Cor- islana state board of agriculture and
pany of Indiana by the federal grand immigration. He had also jeen given
jury at Chicago resulted In a complete assurance that employment as a farm
failure to show any shipper who re- laborer would be secured for him. and
ceived rebates from the Alton railway be had promised to return to the state
similar to those granted to the Stand- the money advanced for his passage.
ard Oil company. The jury was then Army Officers Stand Test.
dismissed. In the first test of horsemanship and
Frank Marrin Convicted. endurance in the saddle which Presi-
The prime mover in the Storey Cot- dent Roosevelt recently ordered for
ton company swindle, with beadquar- army officers held near Washiugton all
ters in Philadelphia. which was ex- of the participants stood the ordeal
posed and put out of business more successfully.
than two years ago. has now been
Inought to justice Frank C. Marrin. [ COIE RC IALI
;all.s "Juadge" l-'rFnklin Stone. after an l E
extended trial has ten found guilty
of sing the nnmails for fraudulent pur- Harriman Holds on to U. P.
lposI The maxiununi penalty is 30.- The annual Ktrs or two years in prison, or both the U-nion Pait-ii railroad at Salt


Christian Scientists Convicted.
Mr and Mrs. Edwin M. Watson
V'hrlstl:mn Scientists .of Mount Holly
N J were convicted of manslaughter
in having i i.,;:'t'ted to .': l! : 1 hyt. i.-'in j
*'or ih*- treaty iten o(if their three-year- I
olid s.n. who died of meiniugitis. The
**-tremie penalty I. tiftfeen years' inm
1srioknAimetit. ilut Ilic ;at tritneys for the
;at-'*' st4. Iflrsious as.ert that they wi''
*-arry the case to the hi=he-st court if
ue -esamary


POLITICAL

Massachusetts Democrats Split.
.Ma sz.-hunetts failed too zt t<,,-rher
in the v-tiit SNIritntleltd. and i
in l-,1sii iel|ie c
v adilatet
fIil governor i1
tevre nuouinated
by different fat- '
tionus Charles
Barrett waq
uolintated lIy
the regular con-
vention and
Henry M Whit-
ney by the bolt-
ing faction. The
question as to I
which ticket a
will be placed
o0 the official Henry M. Whitney


!.ake City resulted in a complete
triumph for the Hlarriman ticket. al-
thtuglh there wa14 a protesting minor-
ity at the uieeting. For the first time
in years the m;i:ntte-s of the executive
* of what the- management had done.
They showed that in February a deal
iadl l'in :umade to pure-h;ase a large-
:locvk of .sto.-k the lkailway Sec.uri
tie-s colnpa.tiy haiI froli Stuiiyve-sa
lF'i-h.t tihos -lin-hiahg Ilarritnaat's hold
on the lllinois Central. of which the
former is a holding comipauy. The
U'niuoi P1-'tifc !:'s :alo Inmade large land
p1rurh.a'.'e- in Wasi hinaTii and Bil ritish
* ,olt liut,: o-.1t:inin;: coal deposits. The
;in;irt.i!:il stati-:nent of the entire sys
teni <"ho -ul I:not earhniings of $"24.74.1.-
4N0. :aal inii rea.-e of $3.:3AS.(fl over the
reviews year. This t|oiew not lncludie
re-Eiipts from sttok hbollin.s amouant-
il:: tlo $1 l.."S S.tnI
Report of Western Union.
The :annual report of the Westernl
I'lmi" Tele-ralph company shows an
in-rease of $2.1*'.751 In revenues. the
toat: of which were -2a.. .4, Thl-
was. olff-.set l. aon Increase of $'.V_7.
1'4 Ih the expenses. bringing the net
income down to $6.324.21).
Steel Trust Breaks Record.
Ac.tcordng to the Iron Age. steel pro
duction and cons.uaption are still pro-
seedilng at a very bigh rate, the out-
put of all works for September being
1.417.153 tons. )o Oct 2 the i i:s ,of


'C-


IfE RFN6TIY


the United States MStel .-a.t-Uon
broke all records by producing 483S
tons of angots In a single day. The
pig iron markets are dulL
GQod Rock Island Earnigs
Advance copies of the Onancial state-
ment of the Rock Island railroad show
total earnings of $10.42340. an In-
crease of $1.000.5S. Notwitbhtanding
an increase of nearly $6.0.000 In op-
erating expenses the net earnings were
$1.194M.278. an increase of S3.023.47&
The report calls attention to the fact
that ave states in which the road op-
erats have enacted two cent rate
laws. and other laws have reduced
freight rates. This says the report,
has been due to a "misconpth.a oft
the actual coodtf9p" -
Accidents and Dividends.
Much discussion has been caused by
the report of the Philadelphia Rapid
Transit company for the last feial
year. showing a deicit of over $364,-
000. while during the same period the
company paid damage clatims for acci-
dents to the amount of $1.217.588, or
7 per cent of the gross receipts. This
does not include the cost of the legal
staff in defending suite. Commenting
on these figures. Collier's says that
-when traction companies thb.ghoot
the country are coupjlied to choose
between killings and dividends they
will find ways to prevent the kilUn."


I RELIGIOUS
Diverse Resolution Defeated.
The house of bishops of the general
convention of the Episcopal church In
session at Rihebmond. Va.. has voted
down the resolution offered by Bishop
Done of Albany which was designed
to commit tlh church to the rule of de-
nying marriage to any divorced person
having husband or wife living. The
men's offering to missions amounted
to $1.000.000.
Did Solomon Write Songs?
Professor Paul Haupt of the Johnb
Hopkins university of Baltimore, who
has just completed his translation of
the Song of Solomon from the origi-
nal texts, asserts that this famous col-
lection of poetical effusions was writ-
ten fully 000 years after the reign of
Solomon. which was in 950 B. C.. and
that it was written in the neighbor-
hood of Damascus.

"r--'*---o'ia's Deadly Work
had so seriously affected my right lung,"
writes Mrs. Fannie Connor, of Rural
Route 1, Georgetown, Tenn., "that I
coughed continuously night and day and
the neighbors' prediction-consumption---
seemed inevitable, until mv husband
brought home a bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery, which in my case proved to be
the only real cough cure and restorer of
weak, sore lung." When all other rem-
edies utterly fail, you may still win in the
battle against throat and lung troubles
with New Discovery, the real cure. Guar-
anteed bv the Banner Drug Store and Ti-
tosville Pharmacy. 50c. and $1.00. Trial
bottle free.

Accidents will happen, but the best regu-
lated families keep Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil
for such emergencies. It subdues the pain
and heals the hurts.


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Scores of Florida Citisens Have
Learned It
If you suffer from backache,
There is one way to cure it.
The perfect way is to cure the kidneys.
A bad hack means sick kidneys.
Neglect it, urinary troubles follow.
Doan's Kidney Pills are made for kid-
neys only.
S. B. lemons, cigannaker. living at
1311 Ashley Street, Tampa, Fla.. says;
"I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they
cured me of backache and disorder of the
kidneys. Two or three times on account
of the pain in my back I was unable to
go to work for several days. The secre-
tions of the kidneys were in a very bad
condition, dark in color and if allowed
to stand would become of the consistency
of jelly. I tried various remedies taking
what seemed like gallons of medicine and
I also put on plasters, but nothing help-
ed me at all until I got Doan's Kidney
Pills upon the advice of a friend of mine,
and using them according to directions
they cured me in a very short time."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foeter-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.

Clay and Orange are two of the latest
to jump on to the "water-wagon."

Lest We
forget-baby is restless, can't sleep at
night, won't eat, cries spasmodically. A
bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge never
fails to cure. Every mother should give
her baby White's Cream Vermifuge. So
many times when the baby is pale and
fretful, the mother does not know what
to do. A bottle of this medicine would
bring color to his cheeks and laughter to
his eyes. Give it a trial. Sold by Ban-
ner Drug Store and Titusville Pharmacy.


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TwITUsVTLLiE, FLA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1907


NO.27


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I Ma offering 16-inch pine stove
wood that has never been turpen
tined. All other wood you buy now
has bee rptid; 25 cords cut
and dried reay for delivery.
G. G. HowARM.


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Pugut Eela. ug to huts
N At t Twon
A cool drinkat acool place at
MANDY'.
Mr. W. N. Henry, of Fort Pierce,
aise on a visit with relatives.
IMh largest and best line of boys'.
m grs' cshool shoes will be found
at bImig's.
Mim Jamie White, of Sanford,
arrived Saturday on a visit toher
e1-ns, Mis Leoa Carruthers.
Mr. H. E rint, of PiBttaburg,
who went to B aana river last week,
F-1ml ed north the first of this week.
Boys' knee pants, in endless varie-
ty pateras, prices r hanging from
W ets to $1.SMat Klines' Clothing

MrS. W. C. Norwood, of West
Pam Beach- arrived catSaturday
n a visit to her father-in-law, W.
S. Nirwood. and family.
gsem of the young menofTitu-
vle held a meeting Tuesday night
lolte forward to organizing a
he ef tP Knighte Pythias lere.
Special prices in men's top shirts,
exedbat patterns, light and dark,
the ftea s Princely shirt, special 9
ent each m at Kline's Clothing Store.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Begg moved into
the Monroe cottage Wednesday,
and Mr. Raybe Battle, who occu-
pied the same, moved into the Fiebh-
er cottage Tuesday.
Mr. F. C. Gifford, one of Vero's
enterprising young men, called at
T= SPAR office Saturday on his way
home. from a visit to his father-in-
law, Capt. N. N. Penny. at Nathan

The dickey birds are chirping it
very quietly about, that wedding
bela will peal meeiily forth very
shortly and that a young man from
another state will wed one of North
Brevard's fair damn lters
Mr. A. B. Yelvington, who bought
one of the Wiley cottages, from Mrs.
Walker ha the building on its new
location, on *Palm street, and Con-
tractor Hall has just moved another
of the cottages to the lot at corner
of Main and Palm.
Fippen Adams, piano tuner, of St.
Agustine, will be in Titusville about
the latter part of November on his
regular profemionai trip to this city.
Please leave your orders for tuning
early at the Indian River Music
House, as his time here will be limit-
ed.
Fish Business Changes Hands
The latter part of last week the
fish business of the Southern Fish
Co., at this place, pawed into the
hands of the regard Fish Co. The
latter company assumps charge of



pany will also use for the purpose of
s e barrels and fishing

The Alpine Hotel
Tituasville, Fla., F. A. Lesley, man-
a On the European plan furn-
trally located.
Smoking Tobaccos
Sensation, Duke's Mixture, Bull
Durham, U. S. Marine. Old English
Curve Cut, Van Bibber, Turkish Tro-
phies, White Rolls.
e, BANNER DRUG STORE.
Stove Wood


e The work at all points along the
- extension is reported to be progress
v ing better than ever before and the
next few months will show a marked
advancement of it.


Fall Fashions For len
Advance showing of FALL and
WIN R styes ding Schloss
Bros. & Co's famous
"Correct Clothes for G-'tie.wn"
Consider this, please, a personal
ih&vitauti to yourself--a personal in-
vitation to come and get aeq td
with the best and latest fashions in
men's wear.
We mwepeeiafly iet about th iatnvits-
tiu now hbem. U, M- m potuhly kmow,
i the Iems tim of yer whm f=Lr 'I
es, m &ad the advame otyles ftr the mm-
a m are* shown ia greatest variety sad
Our New Stock is jut in, and
we want you to see it. Never before
in all our experience have we been
able to amemble such a splendid line
of stylish garments. Come in!
WINSTON S. BANNING


Circuit Court Now in Session
The fall term of circuit court has
been in seon this week since Tues-
day with Hon. Minor S. Jones pres-
iding, Hon. J. C. Jones prosecuting
for the state, with A. A. Stewart as
clerk, and J. P. Brown sheriff.
As usual in Brevard there is very
little criminal business on the docket
and the states attorney will probably
bring the criminal proceedings to a
dose by tomorrow.
On Wednesday the case against
Aaron Harris, for breaking and en-
taring with intent to commit a mis-
demeanor, was called up. Harris
plead guilty to the charge and Judge
Jones sentn-ced the youth to three
years in the state reformatory. Har-
ris brokeinto a store at Eau Gallie
several months ago and riU the
cah drawer..
The grand jury has been making a
dose investigation into affairs per-
taining to the general welfare of the
county, the following citizens serv-
ing upon that honorable body:
W. H. Cresson, foreman; Jas. Tut-
tle, J. R.IL Carter, J. R. Livingston,
E. IR. Provost, T. A. Drake, Walter
Hatter, R. E. Murphy, Jno. R. Fields
0. N. Campbell, G. L. Mandaville,
E. W. Booth, J. R. Nieholson, R. B.
LaRoche, Henry Benecke, E. H. Nau-
man, S. F. Gray, K M. Whaley,
clerk.
The grand jury is still in session
this Friday morning and their gen-
eral presentment will be published
next week.
Extension Work Progressing
Tuesday afternoon the first train
on the extension to Key West reach-
ed the lower end of Long Key, or
more specifically speaking, to the ap-
proach to the Long Key viaduct, one
of the greatest concrete bridges in
the world.
Today the men are at work laying
the track across the trestle bridge
and from that onto the concrete pier
which is nearing completion and over
this it is expected to run trains by
the first of January, there being on-
ly a few more piers to sink and com-
plete when that part of the work will
be finished.
SBelow Long Key men are at work
Son several keys connecting Long Key
Sand Knights Key. where another im-
mense viaduct is to be built. The
present work consists of grading and
preparing for track, the object being
to run trains to Knights Key when
the concrete construction shall have
been commenced not later than the
first of the yea!.
I Work is also under way at Knight
Key, pile driving having been started
for the bridge work which is to lead
from the land to the point where the
concrete work is to begin, it being a
necessary preliminary to the same.


LATEST NIWS

AND INCIDENTS
Pnmal hngraph About hple that
Trael eNo ami TI
Fine Box Candies at the Banner
Drug Store.
There were two beach parties last
Sunday. They report a delightful
trip.
W. L Douglass shoes in endless
variety of styles at Kline's Shoe De-
partment.
The annual report of licenses issued
in Brevard will be found this week
on page 5.
Full line of Standard and Favorite
sewing wm-hines now in stock at In-
dian River Music House.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Field, of In-
dianola, are spending the week in
town, stopping with Mrs. Mendel.
Boys, you should see the fine assort-
ment of knickerbocker pants that
have just arrived at Winston S. Bran-
ning's.
Miss Helen Miller returned from
St. Petersburg Saturday, leaving
her sister somewhat improved but
still very ill.
J. K. McDonald, receiver of the
Ft. Dallas National Bank, of Miami,
was called to Washington last Sat-
urday on official busones.
Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins accompanied
Mr. Robbins to TllJahsee Sunday
as he passed through on his way to
the state capital from Miami.
Mrs. B. RI Wilson expects to visit
her d4-ghter, Mrs. W. C. Thomas,
at Or-ngedale, the first of next
week, accompanied by her daughter,
Miss Helen.
Campmeeting started up Tuesday
a"I_ 1 wnwr ,.fa nt A~f l t-rw-D.mio


Special Sale at Kline's
gds m vteswy 3yqnp
MONDAY, OCTORM 28, 1907.
During all of my fifteen years of
business career my stock was never
as large and more complete than it is
now. Although goods have been ad-
vancing rapidly in price we still have
them at prices that are right. You
can get here just what you want and
when you want it.
It would be inmp.ibl- to enumer-
ate all the bargains we have for you
for Monday as it would take almost
this entire paper to describe them, so
we just mention a few specials.
Ladies' black voile skirts, with
wide folds of taffeta, worth $15.00,
special SlwM.
Blue chiffon panama, made in the
latest style, with two folds of taffeta
to match, worth $10.00, special $.
Black panama, with folds of same
material to match, special $649.
Ladies' tailor made shirt waists,
made of an excellent quality of lin-
ene, with ten rows of pleats, worth
$2.00, special $1.49.
Black taffeta silk waists, hand em-
broidered, special S59B
Black elastic fluffy ruffle belts,
with gun metal buckles, special 59
cents.
Black Altmann voile, this name is a
guarantee for the best that is made,
44 inches wide, special $L49per yard
and the same in navy blue.
Danish cloth in all the latest shades
including evening shades, 22 inches
wide, special 18 cents per yard.
Brown brilliantine, 38 inches wide,
brown is a popular shade thisseason,
worth 85 cents, special 59 cents.
Special prices in table linens and
napkins to match.
All wool California blankets, 10-4s,
with wide silk binding, worth $5.00,
special S3.49 per pair.
Ladies' black mereeried silk hose,
these are the famous Onyx brand,
special 3 pair for 1jUL
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
JuLuus KuNE, Titusville.
'Phone No. 8.
Oranges Unfit to Eat


are expected to arrive h from The orange crop is now. beginning Mr. Keiswetter, a Columbus, Ohio.
every part of the East Coast tomor- to move, though the fruit is unfit banker, has begun the erection of a
row and Sunday. to eat. Every carload and every winter home in New Smyrna. Mr.
MayorW. H. Sebring, of Jackson-box of such fruit should beconfiscat- and Mrs. Keiswetter have been com-
Mayor W. H. Sebn ng, of Jacksoned and destroyed at its destination ing to Indian river for several years
vile, has been receiving communi- by the health authorities as detri- past, cruising along the coast in
cations from different parts of the mental to the public health. This their motor boat and stopping most
state, and the most reliable reports would put a stop to the shipment of of the time at Ponce Park.
place the present crop of oranges green oranges instanter.--Eustis Mr. Geo. E. Sebring, of Sebring.
not over2000,000 boxes, and as Lake Region. Ohio, is very enthusiastic over the
proof of this fact, the buyers areproposed establishment of a Chau-
buying at $2.50 per box f. o. b. at Wet and Dry Elections tauqua in Daytona and he will do
the different groves. The elections held in Florida in his share toward the financial end
Commercial Telegraph Office the past week or two to decide the of the project. He is personally ac-
The commercial office of the West- liquor question have been very close quainted with Dr.Clarence B. Strouse
ern Union TelegraphCo. was opened uncomfortably so in two instances, and speaks of that gentleman in the
for business at this place Wednesday Orange county went dry last week highest terms of praise.
with Mr. J. T. Knox in charge. The by a majority of two. Clay county The new Victor talking machine
placing of a commercial office in the also joined the dry column by a ma- records for November will be on
heart of the business part of Titus- jority of less than twenty. Putnam sale at the Indian River Music House
ville is of great advantage to this county went dry by a very close vote next Tuesday and Wednesday. and
place. Titusville has been without and Dade county, which held her an open air concert of these records
telegraphic communication at all for election Tuesday went wet by 23 ma- will be given Wednesday night.
the time during which the recent jority. The trend of opinion in Flor- Those who want to make their se-
strike was on. and even before that ida seems to be to do away with sa- election of the November records will
commercial business had to tbe car- lhmns, but the line up shows the find that a splendid opportunity for
ried to the railway station in order people pretty evenly divided. Hills- doing so.
to be handled. The innovation is a boro. Monroe and l)uval art the The railway carpenter force pro-
next counties to vote on the ques- h
decided improvement antid shows t tiesvided separate waiting rooms at this
conclusively that the town is making ____n place yesterday. turning the bag-
marked improvements or the West- Orange and Grapefruit Trees gage room into a waiting room for
ern Union would not go to the ex- Grown at Shiloh. Fla.. on high colored people taking a part of the
pense of this installation. hickory hammock. Free from white express room for a baggage room.
tly. One year to two year old buds. thus cutting down the express de-
Church Notes Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful- apartment considerablv. S.-parate
Rev. W Stones will preach atly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
Rev. Wst. Stones wll preach at ion.J.W. GRFI. waiting rooms are being provided
Titusville on Sunday. Oct. 27th, at Shiloh. Fla. at stations all along the line.
11 a. m. Conference and Lord's -
Supper after the sermon. For Sale FURNITULRE.DRY. GOODS.SHOES>
Divine service will be held at St. One pair thoroughbred 4 months Beginning next Monday you will
Marks church. Cocoa, next Sunday old pups, cross between setter and receive with each CASH purchase, a
at I1 a. m.. and at St. Gabriels pointer, will be of right age to train ticket. When you have $25.(N worth.
atwhen season open s. Address )D.. care you can obtain a high grade talking
church, Titusville at 7:30 p. m. STAR office. machine on the most liberal terms
.. F CASand at a fraction of regular price.
o c AP FOR CAS. ers Cottage It will interest YOU.
ADout 88 acres of goodl high land on Myers cottage Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34
the east or owan side of the Indian river' Mrs. Kate Myers has changed the
at the Narrows, detcrihed as follows: Lot: name of her boarding house to Myers Draying
No. 3, pvetion :*, alo lot No. 3, section Cottage. This house (formerly the Draying or hauling fall kinds prompt-
T36, an d iownship 1 souved buth, fi 39 e.: Alpine cottage) is located on Hop- attended to. Mts all trains ov
This For further prculad usaddreso kins street, where Mrs. Myers will be wod for sale at all tinu.
E. M. Low. pleased to see all of her old patrons H. E. HOLTOs.
Brockton. Mass. and the traveling public generally. Tituaville, Fla.


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LOCAL GOSSIP

AND PERSONALS

Somting Abut the People of Tits-
011o as Thy CedMe ud Go
A cool drink at a cool place at
MANDY'S.
Clothing of the best make and in
endless variety of patterns at Kline's
Clothing Store.
Mr. W. J. Ragan, of Banyan, was
in town yesterday and paid THE STAR
office a short but pleasant call.
Our new price list is now ready for
dit slbution. Some prices are lower.
EAST COAST LUMER s& SUPPLY Co.
Did you say school shoes? Well,
go to Branning's, he has the largest
line, all standard makes, prices right.
Mr. W. H. Cresson, of City Point,
paid THE STAR office a pleasant call
Wednesday. Mr. Cresson is serving
his county this week in the capacity
of foreman of the grand jury.
Mrs. T. Blake Walker returned to
her home in Jacksonville last Friday
afternoon, after speeding a couple
of months with her father and moth-
er, Capt. and Mrs. Jas. Pritchard, of
this place.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morgan expect
to sail from England for New York
on the 9th proximo. Mrs. Morgan
and Master Roser expect to return
to Titusville, while Mr. Morgan will
probably locate in business some
where in.the south.
Our winter residents are begin-
ning to arrive in goodly numbers.
Tuesday Capt. W. H. Reed arrived
on his way to Canaveral, and Wed-
nesday Prof. J. H. Laflin arrived
from New York. There will be more
'coming nearly every day from now
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