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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 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 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00321
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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/"u v' ; : has at 11 aJ ni..nd: ,7 30 p. m Sunday.schoolat10Lm are ,Ladies' patent leather blocher oxfords,
";4' doini for few this week ; occupying;the Nelson Washington met in .Titusville, July 3, 1905, at 8:30
4 : : a days and proba- ;; ,. : 'cottage on made in the latest style, $3.50 is the regular -
bl in price of tbb oxford special $2,49. a. m. Present, R. :A: Conkling, chairman -
:0 tf, /a part.of next. F. Allen Titosville will avenue South. Titusville., '
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v.W; ; ; Ladies white linen oxfords, made in W. R .Walker.and J. R.'Miot -
: 1m 1.MKG-_ ; ._;Froet'was' taken sick last preach, in the Methodist. church'. .Cocoanext :M!.. .Edward .Fitzgerald, .of Daytona I the le bluchers,with three large The reading, of the micutes of last
-R Wt.wtekwith, an attack: of bilious fever, and Sunday July 16th, at 11 a. m and was in' ,Titusville' Tuesday He was eyelets'wide silk laces, usual price$250, .

f.l i- wad,.iery ill the first of'thie' week.:1Ii" ,. 7:30 p.' m: All are cordially :invited to formerly, publisher of the'.Gazette-News Monday special $1.75.Children's meeting of the board were dispensed with. .
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1t, '.it law r barefoot,sandals 1 all sizes, Reports of Justices of the Peace W. C. 1
1-1\: he'r.,; B. W.Joyner paid a flying visit to attend the services., f. but is now practicing l $1.25' and $1.50 is the price, of these. sandals Peterson, C. T. McBride, W. R. Roesch ,

A some of his young friends and. relatives .. For the medicine chest -or sideboard'1.V I special 98 cents. and J. M. Sanders were received and
'' DOLLARS TO YOU.. ..., \ Ladies' lisle thread all over lace hose '.
fi1inng hi. L Monday and.Tuesday., Harper whiskey is preeminently the filed. .
o< .". i >. Yon will Pen entirely new patterns the well known 55 -
'J '''' \ save money by going 'to family ..whiskey-none better., Sold by .
i for',.the Tit svil.le base- ney & Branning8 for your Clothing, 1' Onyx brand, 75 cents and$1.00 goods, for Itemized statement from trustees special l
F. : and R. L. JJotlow.
.:r.-.k" : made up,:and: will be Shoes, Hats,' Fancy ,and White Vests, A. Lesley '! 49 cents' per pair, colors black tan or school l tax was received and filed. .
Shirts Neckties, HosieryBelts Collars Call at Titusville Livery, at 'rear of white. 'f
about the first of The board commenced the equalization.of .
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.fi-t e Figured batiste, in light or dark designs : x
Bobbins' law office, for stylish" rigs; tax rolls.
> A completestock of Clothing and Gents' worth 20 cent, Monday's special
Leave your-orders for :hauling, both double 1 15 cent The following valuations changed
h .is.in town this week, Furnishings.' Any and everything, that were :
men wear can'be found there. and single. J. M..Oaban, proprietor. Figured lawns, suitable for house Assessment A. M. Terwilligar, south I

.' ,: vUe fOm.St rt, All goods.marked in., plain figures, one Work 'on the new Masonic buildinghas dresses, in endless variety of designs. : i of northwest } of northeast i and south ,
\stationed! during pine price to all.' Monday's special 6 cents a yard.. ,
c.. ;: PENNEY & BRACKING, been suspended for a time pending Checked nainsooks, in assorted sizes of t of northeast } of northwest J, except 5

: -r* has made The Clothiers:and Furnishers,. die arrival of the galvanized sheeting to checks, ranging in price from 10.to. 25 acres, section 3, township 20., range 35, t
? m Laundry S Titusvilie, Fla..Y cover tbe exterior, which, has been greatly cents per yard.Beautiful raised' from $500 to $2000. I '

%' t : agent. Leave :work;,ft delayed en route from St. Louis; white wash organdies, 33 Assessment of B. F. Ives, part northwest -
?;i : 1.. Fine work/satis- 'ooL'BouD'.KBBTING. inches wide, worth 25 cents a yard, special S '
S Miss Flossie Taylor, of Cocoa, has been price 16'cents. i of northeast ,J and part northeast "
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., < : The school board- met Friday, June 30, spending about ten days here, visiting Persian lawn, 32 inches wide, worth 35 i of northwest I, described in deed '
i .J. R.: 'EJlison, of Ponce cents a yard, special price 19 cents. book G
'r B.-F. with her friend Miss Maggie Collins. page 322, section 29, township
present, ., Hardesty, chairmanj'J.pt; : : made 46 inches
; off, here over Sunday on Ready pillow cases,
. < 21 range 35 from $325 $500. .
Orrel J. Carter and J. R.. We received a .pleasant call yesterdayfrom to :
r&i from cruise A. Walker, long, inch hem, special.10 cents each.Ladies' .
"Mf. a secretary. r Miss Collins and Miss Taylor. white linen skirts, made of a Assessment of M. T. Moijey\jnorth| : J of + ltd''i

Ti :launch as far aa Fort very good quality of linen, handsomely lot 1 block 20, section .S/. d Vfiship 22,
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&1 : '' Warrants outstanding last f 11,27831 Manager Rollins has hadthe grounds I ,
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ill 'Haddon and baby price 229. Assessment of Hattie Stifi lot .:;,' : i
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,120'7.7'7Wa : plowed up this week, and the eame will Cluny lace insertion in handsome designs 0. ( y; ,;,
train, this. morning for nts"paid in Juns.___..____ 8,332.58 be harrowed.. In a few days' time wewill 5 inches wide, worth 25 cents per block 17, Titusville; from $50 to X150. ; '.

I. county, for a few days''' have the best grounds for ball playilig ., yard, Monday only 12} cents. C., N. Nolle.. lot 12: block 28, Tit svilJe. 5,
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to South 'Carolina for Warrants now outstanding____ 4043.19 Boy's blouse suits handsomely tailored i from $20 to llOOrJerry (
"" : go lash on hand...._............. 2,66360 on the whole east coast. made of a good quality of madras, special ,
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: 'J! Q" $1.29 suit sizes ranging from 2| to 7.
, Mr. Frank T. Budge and family of per ,
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1,381.59On $50 to $100..
and little Jack R. &
1) son, ; Miami arrived here Sunday. Mr. and G. girdle! corsets in all sizes, usual .
/.t1L afternoon. from their motion the sum of 156.25 was allowed price $1.00, at a special price of 75 cents.Ladies' C. W. Sattherwaite, lots 24 and 34,
; left for the north.
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' city much to the J. M. Hearndon for attendance of Budge Tuesday ready made night gowns, made from $200 to 300. '
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The children will here with cf an excellent quality of nainsook, squareor
McCormick, of the isolated: pupils at Micco school., their grandparents Capt. and Mrs. Jas. V neck, worth $1.50, at a special priceof Ed. Edmonaon, lot 3, Gray's sub lots
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:"'-!<&:-' : .'. :Itemized estimate for 1905.6'was made, 98 cents. An entirely new lot. 3$, 39, 40, 41, 42, 'Joynerville, from $200 ':.
\m and levy of seven mills fixed. The trustees Pritchard, while they are away. .- Screen cloth, for doors and windows, (o $250.(

r the East Coast ,Lumber 'for special 'district 'No. 1 fixed theepecial Miss Annie L. Norwood, of THE STAR 33 inches wide, 20 yard rolls at a special On motion,. Mrs. A. A. Hollenquest is ... .i r'

': 1t!; ..'.-_ .}'and' Supply.. .. rs company. 'contemplates the levy at three mills. for. 1905 taxes force, left yesterday .for Jacksonville price of$1.99 per roll.J CLIPS KLINE hereby allowed widow's exemption of ?'
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'. <, ', -' rks.atQrange'.- -'" l' 'Lents,4)rlell' $20. for. four., !, Where she will: spend! a day or so' with ber1i'Mr .. Titusville, Fla. $200-(1944)} on south 10 acres ofjveeH of
? ; ".'s.- :JaL'Ml itchell, then' will leave rAa55sa '- :: -.', .' hgrtheast# weet j-southeas6-},except j '
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''' ... t Fort PSrca' high school" :'received sand filedforfuture : for the CarolinasShe carries the best : 10 acres to Provost acres to Jenkins and
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;, r'1 iissHattie, Boirer;of Roekteage'visit: action.or" wishes of this office for a pleasant outing 11 acres to La Roche, section 22, township k, i

:i \\;' ;ed with her young ''friend, Miss Mary On motion it was resolved that, a and vacation. coroner's jury entrusted with the 23, range 36 east, and the tax collector .' .

'..'f4-j,.. ... ,Carathers, in Titusville last week. THB special election In accordance with 'section Miss Lena Mendel closes her dressmaking investigation of the circumstances in con- is instructed not to sell it.Josiah .<

.ct "e' STAB office. received a very pleasant call 8, chapter 4678, No. 17, laws of and dry goods store in THE STAR nection with the Davis murder, at Miami, Thompson, northwest 1 of northeast fr
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.fi"" :.. from the above. two young ladies last Fri Florida, session of 1899, be held on Tues building tomorrow night. She expects has rendered a verdict in which strong } and 19] acres, described in deed, ,T.;:

1.>*iX" ;'. d ay.. day, Aug.. 8, .1905, in special tax school to move to Daytona in a few weeks, book UU, page 200, section 31, township ,- +t

f I We call attention this week ,to the display district No. 1, for the purpose of voting where she will continue dressmaking.She suspicion is directed at two negroes now 23.south, range 36 east, from $60 to $200. rti

k' : advertisement of the Davis acetylene upon the millage 1< to be levied in said dis- has. /disposed i of almost her entire under arrest. A special term of circuit Mary D. Carter, section 20, township .

( 'f :; gas generator, on page 5. 'Mr.' E W. trio for the next ensuing two years, and stock cAiry goods and notions since July court will be held next :Monday, when 24, range 36, 15 acres, from $400 to $500.

:0. '; t Amsden, of Ormond is agent for the east the election of three trustees, and that 1st. .' the grand jury will deal with the case. F. J. Nevins: 15 acres south J of south .1' JJ

::! :.:: coast, and he will be pleased to quote necessary steps be taken by'the secretaryto The ball game last Friday morning be. east | and southeast} of southwest }, sec

f Js:: ,' prices and full particulars to all inquirers. comply with the.Jegal'equirements tween Sanford and Titusville baseball FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES. tion 23, township 24, range 36, from $150 {

pertaining to said election. The boundaries clubs resulted far different from what it to100. "S A
i ''i. Mr. I. Fa, from Fayetteville, Parian Paints,
'.I": .H.. Tenn.. arrived Spencer last, week, and has accepted of district No. 1 are unchanged.The was generally predicted would be the re Elastic: Book Cases M. E. Crouch, southeast J of northwest .: 'f ;
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following assignments of teachers suIt. Baseball enthusiasts predicted the Mason Fruit Jars } of southwest }, section! :06, township f'
> :> the of head clerk in thegents'
position
was made: Prof. L M. Rehbinder, day before that the home team would Edison Batterieaand 24, range 36, from $50 to $150. t J
& BranDing -
rt furnishing store Penney '
,, ...:: a"t-... S '. relieving 'I B. Haddon, teacher, :No. 13, at Lotus; Jas. :N. Crooms, win, but the score was in favor of San- Baseball supplies.Goods. J. P. Cooper, middle of east J of lot .. s
T ; \aymonu principal, No. 102 Cocoa; M. A. Fleming ford by 5 to 3. 12, Ilardee's plat i in Indian River City, .I'1
: who has resnmel hill former position inV Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Florida.
teacher, No. 102, at Cocoa; L. H. section 33, township 24, range 30, from !
the Indian River State bank. Mr. A. J. Carter, of Turnbull, broughtto
teacher No'-lot: at Mims. $?OO to $300. .
Stephens, THE STAR office last week a cornstalk NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE. :
}lr. D. B. Pritchar.l had his new powerboat 1 he board, as required by law, ex- H. P. Shares, lot 1, section 2, township ./
his that measured
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that grew on place Citrus stock grown on high pine land.
.n out for a trial spin Sunday. Although amined the poll tax records of the col 13 feet in height and contained 4 ears of Indian River Nurseries, established 1886. 25, range 36, from $7000 to $10,000. ',.t,...

she is alout twenty feet long with three lector's office, and found the same satis: corn. This item should have appearedlast Send for catalogue, Toledo and West Louisa A. Dwyer, south 13 acres of lot l '

Y 7 feet beam she easily makes eight- miles factory.. week, but was left over in the rush Palm Beach, Fla. 3 and north acre of lot 4, section 3, r,,,"

; an hour propelle by a 1J h. p. motor. of going to press. Who says we can' township 25, range 36, from $12,000 to "H.'
f; This boat ,is bolt on the "inverted COCOA. a BUSY SCENES AT MIAMI. $13,000. J : .
rj grow corn in Florida 1
wedge" principle, which was found so From the News. One of the busiest places in this state F. F. Taylor, north 30 acres of lot 3, i!.

speedy two or three years ago. The latest in real estate is that C. Vuille, Mrs. C. J. Denham has accepted the today is the terminal docks in Miami. less 1 acre in northeast corner, section 3, \,,.. -1

)Mr. Edward E. Knox returned home who has a new residence in course of con- position as organist for the Methodist I Train loads of material: car loads of men township ,25, range 36, 4)f, rom .s- .
,, church which does not conflict with!: her I
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struction has the three lots next and $12,000 to $13,000. ...
S afternoon, having cut his outing bought and boats, dredges barges are continually
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*;; : trip short a few days. He declares hex south of Maj. C. B. Magruder with about filling that position for the Baptist church, arriving, all to be utilized in the I Frank Goodwin, east 1 acre of west J j"1 1

250 feet front Indian river and fine as the services are always held on dIffer. I of south } of southwest } of southeast }, a i"
s;_ has had the time of his life at the leading on extension work of the Florida East Coast
4 f : resorts of the Carolinas and Georgia. It residences will probably be erected by ent Sundays. Mrs. Denham sang Petries'"A railway to Key West. section 33, township 24, range 36, from! Jl'i":
a Day'sl\Iarch Nearer Home" at the $a0 to $100.Mrs. \
next winter. Several boats in
; is said that he saw so many beautiful are engaged carryingmen "t(
;Y ladies in Asheville that be almost The alarm of fire was given Wednesdayabout : morning service on Sunday.Mrs. and material to Key Largo, and fur Leona Fish, lot 3, Dixon's subdivision \ ,f .j

t young lost his heart. 1 o'clock, and it was found that the I Geo. N. Hatch and her mother, nishing supplies to the men at work there. of south 1 of lot, 1 east J of southeast :II!

r : kitchen to'the Cocoa House was on fire Mrs. A. L. Hatch, of Christmas, Fla., Miami is the distributing point, and one } of lots 1 and 2, section 20 and 21, tf l1J

The members of the TitueYille baseball between the ceiling and roof, and had were in Titusville last Friday afternoon, has only to pay a visit to the docks to township 24, range 30, from $200 to $300. I x I

' club held a meeting last Saturday after- gained considerable headway before it accompanied by Mrs. Hatch's daughter, realize) the importance this is to the business Thos. Donnelly, part of lot 2, describedin :! I

toon. Mr. P. S. Titus having withdrawn was discovered, but wining hands soon Miss Virginia, and Miss Mary Paxton. interests of Miami.It deed book F, page 218, section 22, s j 4'1

=tom from the club Mr. Alexander was elected had holes ripped in the roof and plentyof The Mrs. Hatch were en route to their will be several days before the township 24, range 36, 5 acres, from $2()) "r,,1

5 1 captain and Dr. I:. E. Rollins manager. water passed up by buckets soon had home after visiting in Rockledge. Miss I dredges will leave Miami to go on the to$300. iIt'-'.fry,t$

Y The club expects to play series of games tbe fire extinguished: Virginia and Miss Paxton are to follow.. extension work. F. J. Nevin8, part of northeast I }, described j ?": .t

-t. in_a few days, which Will include San. D. St. C. Nisbet, with a force of men, them next week. The STAR acknowledges The Biscayne will be placed in commission in book G, page 305, section 2'3, 1 ':

,,ford, DeLand, New Smyrna. Daytona andS is busy this week putting down the pilingfor receipt of a pleasant call. in a few days, and will greatly township 2-1. range 36, from *2-3 to $too. },1 :i.

Jensen. ___ what is to be known as the Indianola Dr. Rollins received a handsome sterling facilitate the work. Several carloads of Herman Glass, south 68 acre: of south !

Panama hats cleaned, blocked and new wharf. This wharf is to include a portion silver cup via express this week, pontoons are also b' ing unloaded to be J southwest st 1" section 26, township: 24, :

: bands put on, $1.50. Miami Steam Laun- of the present Sanders wharf at the which is a present to the Titusville gun taken down when the dredges go). range 36, from $200 to$300. ..1 '

' 't. dry. C. Collins, Ag't. Basket leaves foot of Willard street, and is being built club from Mr. Wmi Prindle, of Huntington John Cassiday, part of lots 2 and 3, I

t' every Tuesday. under a permit granted by the town of W. Va. The cup is to be contestedfor BLACKSMITH SHOP.Don't described in deed book T, pages 120, 121, 3x

Cocoa to citizens of Indianola.CFPBESS section 27, township, range 36, 5 acres, 1 .
PURE MILK. by members of the club, 12 handicap forget I do all kinds of black.
from $400 to $.500.)( t 4
of Ti. contests to be engaged in, after which it smith and wagon work, horse shoeing
in the town
Delivered anywhere TANKS. and gun repairing. Call and pee me. R. E. Mims: lot 1, west of Indian river, r'hry
Send standing order. becomes the property of the member .
; S S tnsville. me your ArGt'ElSOS.. We are now making cypress tanks. making the best handicap score. The J., D. Exxis, Titusville, Fla. section 25, township 25, range 36., from Ii-. t
Write us for quotations. Ii'lt $100. ; ;t
EAST COAST LUIBEB & SCFFLT Co cup stands about nine inches high, and DENTAL NOTICE.Dr. 1 '
SALE CHEAP FOB CASH. John Kendig, north 22 acres of lot 3 ::1;
JOB ,
Ean Gallie, Fla. is on exhibition at Mandaville's jewelry Hoiighlon has the Dentos mooredat ., 1 )
c About 88 acres of good high land on store. the Indian River hotel dock and will northwest } of southeast J, section 26, ;.. Ji
the east or ocean aide of the Indian river NEW GROCERY STORE. remain for two weeks. N. B. township 25, range 36, from $1500 to ; <.t
; .At the Narrows, described as follows: Lot HENRY ECKE-SAIUlAKER. $2500. t/..,
r' Mrs. M. L Peacock keeps a well-assorted :
also lot No. 3 section
No. S, section 35, south ,39 eaat. stock of groceries in tbe store form Yacht sails!! and launch awnings made NEW RESTAURANT. R. E. Mims, south 34 acres of lot 4, :
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.,.: cated. .For further particulars address corner Main street and Washington ave desired. Full particulars addressH. reasonable prices patronize the Peacock $liOO to $'000. .
E. M. Low nue. Prompt service, low prices, reliable BEXECKE, Restaurant, corner Main street and Wash 1.1

4: .-'/' Brockton, Mass. goods. Titusville, Fla. ington avenue. Continued on page 4. <.

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!}_ Fries' way west: they stopped. blood In your body passes through i
Jno. B. Walker D. B. -
';_ Henry assessor once every three minutes. -
:t Pritchard, E.'L. Hotlov, F. Morgan,' 7). president. The ,
\... .4 8. Branning, councilmen. .The council, Simon Wolf of: ,- 53j A kidneys are your
<, _- t.t ,_ _.meets tiM:roeadayin each month,' present them to Mr. N blood purifiers' ,they filter -
r out the ,waste cr
'
i. Y Professor Kessler, th impurities in the blood.
,;;r"b.- 'c COU, th7DIBEC1'ORY.t .
, .;?S.'. turners, :had: prepared If they are sick or out
'
ifj"HiCOUNTY.W- ": YOFFICEBS D.Penney'TitouTille happened to' be the of order,they fall to do'

I h-' ,county judge;D. L.:Gaclden,_TitnaTille could possibly have e their work. '
c. -.w= ecntini attorney;A. A. BtedrartTitasvtne -
pro turners' arrived just Pains;aches and rheu-
:' clerk circuit court P. A. MeMillau. -
"i, It ;
,
matism from
1_ 5) :- Baa Gal'.ie, Uz aeaeaor E.W.Hall. hlra'dld and they had. come excess -
.... .c Titus nlle, tazcollector John Henry,TitMvill Japanese envoy to get of uric add in the
.:: : <' ,,' treasurer J. B. \Yalkea, Titusvilh, while another blood, due to neglected false Ilaa g '---
of public inatrnction; J.0. .'
lt l\1Ii'rt;ft-f- ::-,x superintendent Fries, ,Tit.isville, county surreyor J. F. western farmers,'sat trouble causes quick or unsteady 11 A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND and the MOST FIRFECT -

f iiRt. ,t' Brown Titasville,sheriff; W. S... Norwood. in the anteroom. and makes one feel as though LIVER MEDICINE HNf OWX. Do not fill your system

,,). .}}M; ,:'.. ..- Titnsville, registration officer._, got so much as a heart trouble, because the heart Is N with Calomel Arsenic or Quinine HIIIINI is a i\lann-
..
'"-r.'; dent. in pumping thick, kidney teed cure for all diseases produced by a TORPID UVEIand
I C" The ABBlhlUtlon'of Time. When Mr.'Takahira blood through veins and arteries. IMPURE BLOOD. It will cure MALARIA without leav-
"
k:'" : Behold, the'Pennspivania- Mexican charge to be considered that only urinary lug any of the deadly effects of many drugs used for thatpurpose.
Put on a faster train, were to be traced to the from 'r
k
the their kidneys;; One bottle purchased today may save you ,
.. '. midst of
a : Whereat the 1'ew York Central modern Constipation
science
:
; proves that nearly Biliousness -
,
Quickly cures
'? ;... :.. Reduced Its t-ne acaln. president asked him to diseases have a sick spell tomorrow.
_,,: .', ,their begin- Dyspepsia Malaria, Chills, and all Liver
see
\ that be could :
:;.t:::; i 'First one and then the other no trouble. 1 Complaints. Used and recommended by the medical profession
I '.. : (.:: Would cut an hour away: the latter were are sick you can make no mistake generally.
0::;, Old Father Jtme was frightened almost a double quick. your kidneys. The mile
I : .' As he beheld the,.fray. Mr. Wolf had 'Just effect of.Dr. Kilmer's t A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'SENDORSEMENT
I ;a i oot, the great kidney remedy is
f .. ( "Hold on" he cried; "hold on, .there! these gentlemen, were It stands the highest for its!

II it1- :,;,. Please let this matter,drop. not make any speech. cures of the most distressing cases Dr. A. J. Hannah, a leading physician of UmatSIa,
1t In every war of rivals proclaimed in German Herbine in
: ; t / on Its merits Fla.: says: "I have been using my practice
I ;:i-: .: : ,;.- There Is a place to atop. meeting them and in fifty-, w and am well pleased with the results. I always
t
I ,':f"':;- They went on building cutoffs. rounded up and one-dollar m. ? keep some on hand, and think it a grand" medicinefor
I .: ;- They piled their picks and spades. "My?.' said the last may have a '' 41i Biliousness and Liver Complaints. r

j I !;=,.'-: : .. ,They straightened curves ;.and dally out. "I haf nefer seen tie by mail HUM or snap-Boot mm

!., .;; ;)._.. : 1't They, kept reducing grades. a quickness." pamphlet telling you how to find Large Bottle, 50c Avoid All Substitutes
,
"::.". .;- They"put on faster engines, have kidney or bladder trouble. ,Snow Liniment Co.St. = t
Ballard
this when Dr. Khmer
paper writing .
'i';:: '. More skillful crews were trained. CHURCH AND
>:-" .. : They proudly made announcement N. Y. U. S. A.
Louie
.
n# ",.> T Of every minute gained. any mistake but remember:
'' : An Epworth league Swamp-root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
r:,; .\ It came to pass that people cently organized at the address, Binghamton, N. Y.,
._> '- Could travel all the way with a bottle.
Washington,
'>;;: ; ," From New York to Chicago .

.,..:.;;..:. y.': : And back in half a day. seventyfive.Rev. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY -
Johnnon.
Homrly Dr.
Dr. Ezra
,;,0--,; .! ::.". I' Yet other curves were straightened lected 'to succeed the !' had an exceedingly un- RED CROSS PHARMiCY, TITUSVILLE, and EAU GALLIC PHARMACY, EAU GiUIB-
:'.-" The war went on, and so .
I do'"{.: ,- .f"' Those: trains made streaks of lightning as professor of face. His complexion was -L----

?t Seem commonplace and slow. Drew Theological s eyes, besides being bleared
'
,. Levi D. Barr, the were so nearsighted that Southern Railway.
'
;. The logical conclusion' -
-was that of intense dull-
,
Of course was reached at last; Quakers in Lo

, / With time annihilated divorced persons the EFfECTIVE APR. 1(01904. tNo
';; : ,No thing was slow or fast. had to make public I
'Oj 30 No. 3-1 ito.28 S0.33
Seolns Double. .
... :
Between Jacksonville and .ew.aor.
The people knew no seasons forgiveness at the eyes really see two objects. Daily. Daily. Dally. __ Dally

"}! :;: J. They threw their clocks-aside; day. be held one at 75 s. p ==- 920 ,. Lv Jacksonville, Fla.------So. Ry. Ar. 900 a __-.__ 741) P
i 'f.'. With neither days nor minutes The Rev. Putnam () forefingers 1215 a-__-____ 130 p Lv Savannah, ._________ R.1. Ar. 450 --__.....--S 30 P.
I I i- ]t No man of old age died. Emmanuel of a foot, the other two 955 a _______ 1005 P Ar. Charlotte, K. C.a______So. Ry. Lv. 950 al S5 a

I,. '; \-:' Now. let us-praise those rivals sterdam, N. Y., has front' of the eyes, and the for- 642 P 658a -Ar. Richmond, Va,_____-____SO. $y. Lv. 1230 30 p

t-- And vote them both sublime in the Royal at, two phantoms of the 950 p == "'945 a Ar. Washington. D. C.----So. Ry Lv. 1051 p----------8- 50 P
,
t\i-iJ-- \ ,, J In that they yanked the whiskers. be observed, one on each 1125 P ----- 1130 a Ar. Baltimor. Md.----P B. B Lv 612 22 It '
in -
I r#' Forth from the face of Time. England rt'Co tfie latter finger be regarded; 235 -- / 145 pAr. Philadelphia, Pa,..-------P. R. RLv. 3 3.1 53 P i
, iti: -., -S. E. Kiser In Chicago Record-Herald geographical of the nearer finger will 630 a--------- 415 P AI". New YorZ N. Y.P. B. R Lv. 121 :
, Moab and on the
r 1t, PRAYER AT TOWN COUNCIL Dead sea. n'Cll mounting guard, one on Nos. 33 and 31-"New York and Florida Express." Daily Pullman Drawing Eoom ,
Slet'pingCar between Jacksonville and New York.
'a" The diocesan Nos. 29 and "Washington. and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Room r
"'J.-,; Ho Longer the Corkscrew Inaugurate Protestant : Loyola. Sleeping Car between.Jacksonville and New York. -

y*; Caldwell (Kan.) Seislon. solved *;that the total J. Loyola had the face of an Xo 30 So.
29 .
< F C. W. .Cupp, mayor of Caldwell, sources paid to,the with harp features, worn with __Dally.: Through"The Land or the Sky." Daiil,.

:: .i Kan., is a .wonder, says a Caldwell correspondent cese should not in l watching and prayer. 7i s. p Lv Jacksonville, .,-------________-_____________.So. Ry. Ar. 900.
"!4. of the Kansas City Star. than $800 a year 1215 a Lv. Savannah, Ga------ --------____________.___.___. Ry. Ar. 450...
:;N He is a reformer. Moreover, and that each clergyman." Boss Worm Medicine. 600 9. Ar. Columbia S. .,---_____________.____.__..._._.__...__So. Ry. Lv. 115 a
150 pAr. Asheville. N. .. ___._______.______So. Rr. Lv. 415 .
-. r Is the he has carried out Hansbrough of ---------------------- p
i h-;,. strange part -nmpe, druggist, Leighton, Ala., 237 pAr. Hot Springs, X. C?_-_..___..--------_________________So. Ry. Lv. 124.5 a
, t!;: bls reforms. an unmarried "One of niy customers had a 600 P .AI" Knoxville, Tena., : --______________ ________________ o. By. Lv. 935 a I
'A.;'" ', In the' pring the people of Caldwell along well (and keep a was sick and threw up all 8158 Ar. Cincinnati. Obio-----------------___________________ & C. Lv. I 815 p ,
< nrF'a
\ decided that they ought to have a reform
year. retain nothing on its ftoniacli.
. R' ., Nos.29 and 30-Pullman Drawing Room and Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and
'e!tr: candidate In order to be strictly one tattle of White's Cream St. Louis, daily. '

w" --;: ; in the vanguard of progress.. So C. W. GOWN !! and it. brought up 119 worms .

f it; Cupp was nominated. No one imagined child. It's" the boss worm med I No. 13 Between Jacksonville and the North and Welit. Ne,14i !
the world. White's Cream tree ,
ed that this man, the quiet, unpretentious One sees plenty of
( ; also the children's tonic. It --i i, 745 P Lv. Jacksonville, So. ly----------------___________Ar. 9 Si al--
}: town laundryman, would havethe traveling gowns, and their digestion and assimilation --...-- 300 a Ar. .I', Ry--------_____________________ .. 215 zL ____
!j,: courage to carry out his pledges. propriate I they seeui. strengthens tht' r'nervolls system ------.520a Ar. tlanta, So. Ry--------_ ,---------.----_--Lv. 1150 _
; : No one believed: him when he said The smartest linen them to the health "vipoi -------1 945 a Ar. Chattanooga, So. R ..-- -------____.____________ i 15 pt------pl______
' : the -------; 740 P Ar Cincinnati, Queen &Cr 5 ('ut-_______________-Lv. 830 a _
, that if he was elected common with a short, plaited of epiiits natural! to child- nu.
council would be opened with ===: 840 I' Lv. Cincinnati, Bg! Four Route_________________ ===.-
.,: : prayer. coat. Many of the ===::.i 710 a Ar. Chicago. Big Four Route-_________________Lv, g 30 p:.
!,J The old wide open lid off regime colored linen collars i :::::=.:
'. .------ 835 P Lv.Cincinnati, Peno. Lines-r_________Ar. 645 ai_______
r u moved along in the, same way it had Skirts grow wider ------- 710 a Ar. Chicago, PenD. Lines ____ ____ --------__Lv. 640 p ______
,#i ": always done, chuckling between drinks the moderate ones : == 845 P Lv. l'i1cllinati! C. 11. & D.-3lououAr. i 740 a;=::

':t..: at the strange apparition of a reform the yards around the i Pills == :::. 723 a Ar. Chicago. C. H. & D.- _______________ .\. 90'J p;_______

f.! 'candidate in Caldwell. But pretensions are not to' many to -------,, 945 P Lv. Cincinnati, C. H. & ).- Iih. Cent-_____Ar. 700 a--------- -

i'f-"" of anxiety turned to a tinge of real skirts of thin (' : ------- 520 a Ar. Toled?, C.H.&D.-3lich.Cent-----. !111-10 PI_______
'rte concern when it was found that Cupp ====:' 72.i a Ar. DetroIt, C. H. & D- Iich. _______._____ I 11000 p--' '
:
The popularity of the TORPID LIVER, ______J 83Q p 1v. Cincinnati, Pt'nD. Lines :
--- ________ &r. I 630 ...
; bad received the greatest number of ------------ e'i ----
;
its hej; l1t. Not only the digestive organs, ==== 555 a A r. l.tt5.urg.. Penn. LIDt's----- l.v !181 ,
tl i _p 1 11 __
vote1 The elect declared that =: =
I" mayor for street and the bowels and are tin- -------1 930 P Lv.Cincinnati, Big Four__________________ __ __ Ar. 65O& _____
\ his pledges made before election would mand, but the pale as an ::.:::::i 6 45 a 4"r. Cleveland, Big F'ur----_ ______________-___-__-r.v. 930 p530p _____,
e:. be put into execution at once. for MEDICINE -:...--- Lv. Lexington, So. Ry__ al-
being worn Ar
are ---------- 10 4s.
----
----------
:!i A look at Caldwell, the Caldwell of gemitailored: ------- 8 10 p A r. Louisville, So. Ry----------___________ Lv. 740 a _______
The malarial districts their virtues ------- 73:'.) a Ar. St. Louis.' So. .
t.. the past immediate and ancient Ii By---------------------------------1010 pl______
The skirts: of these widely recognized, as they pos.
r ;( necessary: to an understanding of what rect in Hue and peculiar properties in freeing Nos 13 and U-'The Florida Limited." Daily Solid Vestibule Train Through Day
4. Cupp undertook when he made hi* daring system from that poison. Ele- Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.
art can make them,
coated.
stand for better ways of civic Ii'e \ sugar

I?y<: ing. Thirty years ago Caldwell. was or costs are eXtlui No Substitute. No. 5 Xo. 13! Retween Jacksonville and Kansas City. I No H No. 6
e more or I less elabvirate.
IF, tough in the real out and out acceptation --I Lv. Jacksonville t'la I
So.
Ry = -
___ .
---
-- I
35
--
--- 9
--------- a
of that term in the west. Being Ar. Atlanta Ga.
So. __
------- ____ Lv '
"' centrally located to a dozen or more CURRENT ------- 11 45 a, Ar. Birmingham Ala., fly_______=M-------------Lv.' !:1150 515 P -.-.--.--
p --
big ranches it was but natural that Valuable Sit of laehtandBeaf- ------. 805 p Mempbis, Tean, Frisco-........---------u--L.v. 8 IS -
r Books Publnked. ------ 9 -10 a. Kansas City, Mo., Frisco.- ________ a----- ---
.t the town was chosen as the rendt'Z'fonst The real fellow ever -- ____________Lv. I 630 ___

for the gatherings of cowboys and othIt" when the western : (' RUDDER Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited." Daily. .

r ers of like ilk.Gradually streak.-Chicago Post EXCELLENT: DINING CAU SERVICE

tr l with the slow decadence The pistol bay TO BOOKS J. C.LUSK District Pa68e fieP Agent, 108 Wet nay Street,JiKklOO'me,n..,

! { of oIl time men and methods in the sand honiL-s where it aco boats have ben built from the lines C. H. ACKEaX.G.. w. ?.TAYLOE P. A. 2
,'.. tection to one.-Kno\\ in these t-ooks-Successfully sailed in HAHDWICK.P.T.M. '
; p. west, the town grew a bit better. clime and upon every sea-Full detail BROOKS )MOHGAN. G. P.A,
i't; (Jainbliug houses, saloon of all degree 'Was there ever a of all parts, showing what it is and

I'' and houses of 111 fame remained, how- a world power fought make it-Text extremely simple. THE

b:1 over, festering and spreading like a year and a quarter BUILD A RACER FOR $50
.
.
: ntlunt!Aril.earl to twill fr m all in oa
,, moral ulcer. There were many such record of .- .j mug tout for a buy to learn toe bwum ID, kt.L The Motor

places when :Mayor Cupp took the presiding ThN country bt> EUILO A SKIPJACK I I
t'i.
aVrat fa
officer's seat at the first council and sailing "oat for aftirnoon. u.lmi. or.knorluir.
i';: building ts: meeting under the new political status it do the same in : ..ujj pn to'it ot completed boats.

Ii of the community. men hint ships?- ....BUILD.... A RACING SLOOP
f.1 nnn: mahme ever designed; a prix :
f- "This meeting of the council will be.t patch. ...- "'n. A..a aDd-kaslralu; easy to build;ran I that Motes I

opened with a prayer instead of a It has often been GUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH --

i corkscrew," the mayor said. He prayed industry is the bu-; .nd pra-tiitl, fho.mH' 1orloconrtructsls..d
....1(0.. "Hitral other plaoa
tl t Kith n.:y
"" for strength to combat the evils he when that is BUILD A KNOCKABOUT t! -
had arrayed himself against. Much toioi branches will be -- T
I alt.ron'.1 entiiunt boat; good cabin; eicelleB' : -
{ their own surprise the members of the this is true, the .'.K i ji >ua luu *ad M. ; \ It stands alone tor efficiency and

:, council joined in. That strength came States is .? BUILD,li'iliiuilm.A; Uiat SHOAL-DRAUGHT vitb moderate orerha&giaiw'SLOOP strength.It .

to Mayor Cupp is evidenced by the at the present time. > *.>-
1 fact that, weakly supported by the cousin. BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE has plenty of metal and it i b
: I.uiiJi. \Ibll't ktraichi;just tbe craft for*bo: where it
f : aldermanic body and frowned upon by Cheerfully .,....l*>Lilt..rr cLeapirenner lloop or CM ng does, the most good.It .

-t public sentiment, he has done what BUILD A MOCEL YACHT is perfect in
0. G. Higbeef ) design and uork-
and l'i0 dr.vldlm of bow to build a model;aUo llaa "
temperance leagues governors Dec. 2,1901: About I I*uil UK uuxlrl. manship.
what not have failed to do-banished laid up for Jour months

r&0- liquor absolutely from a town.A I trie4" Ballard's PRICE $1. EACH Everything means something.

t bottle cured me. I LI ClPNCBS: : ANVWHCDC: ".a K4 Send for catalogue. ,

mend it to all In doth Gold lettering-Size of pig,
RAPID GREETING. Lion. 25c., oOc. and a hcLar&t, cU..rlyiirawn pUns.

se German Tamer' Lighting Interview Pharmacy, Ean Galhe RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. Bridgeport HacWnei Motor Co

With the PresMeat. O.a. at rrttT NEW YOUR. U. S. A Bridgeport ,,

The president's efforts in behalf of Laratba Tht Kind postal for Catalogue ef Boob for
: peace were the Indirect cause of vastly ,..."' Library. : Bridgeport Conn.

*&. upsetting. .the arrangements of the Oer- F. N. HITCHCOCK & CO., Agents, Titusvil.e. t



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s ia 1 :;t.z: :a.:.i... rate, but- Dr. Hadley gives ..warningagainst :

:: + ,$ ]' SPORTING'EVENTS =the''other:kind, 'who baa kept t k 3t

the laws until they become the only

r r R. ,r authority which control and the 'only ;7 rT PIj

i ,Cornell. Sweeps.theHudson.. ,. standard .whIch Is recognized'conse

In; "the nnuatregatta of the,Intercollegiate q quently such a man is :powerless. to e :

Bowing.association onthe, ; _Hudson -; feel ''the; stimulus of anything better. _

: at Poughkeepsie, June. 28 the.four'nine.3ace The'important'thought brought out bf'l

'&h% rSf.. for varsity eights was won Dr. Hadley Is that there Is a point beyond

: r-l3T.... EY by' the Cornell crew In'; 20 minutes. ,which drill ceases to be a help.
39 2-5 seconds, Syracuse being second. and becomes a hindrance. ;

," ':t'r: .Georgetown third Colombia fourth, Rockefeller's $10,000,000 GiftWhen .. : ,
Pennsylvania ,fifth and Wisconsin
the general education ,board
sixth. The-two
met at New York on June 30 Chairman, -
mile, race fort
7.: l l Ogden announced the offer of $10,000-; =
freshmen eights

[_:' ,...., .. .., -. .- .-'.. < t+.0,.ti.3.sr.o ..:...,..... .,...,.7 ..-.....;. '. ',.'..... .,,,.n..,....,. .,. .'........'... ,,;. .;;;..... ."....-..:...'.:..........-" cwas. also ,won 000'' from John ID. Rockefeller, to be '
_,-' ,,',,",-1-.' '"'-,, ." Ij.o. o<... .} 'v .." --d.4 ':*J "e .. .. :: --1 held in perpetuity, the Income being
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\.' ;.'t'\1, >' '. .,.... tm about Intentions by Cornell in 9
; .' "f''r'"'' "' ; ",, 'di /,.' theenforcementvof: ;. the exclusion :law,, inquiry the ka ser's : } distributed to smaller colleges of
.the
1f JiI TICA.L: that. alt officer of' -the :immigration was received Paris.. Tbe impres. minutes 39 4-5
}:% rJ" .. .-., :: ; : ;; : the country. The offer was. accepted. -
kaiser seconds
sion' Syracuse
1t"the
.. Service .who. shows-dissourtesyto; :any prevailed tb had taken '
.,.....
: '
Johns
-
-''','''" .. j Hopkins Calls a Woman.
sT' ChmeseTbf',the:exempted class applying : a less belligerent attitude' since 'Itbecame -.\ \ being see: 1
-; :'i' 1.n- QntgitnoeeWsllag : known that England to : ond, Columbia Miss Florence R. Sabin has been appointed -
at our ports will forthwith lose his : wad I'j
iff din a'statement made pupuc! bi:Eecetar'o place. J '. back France up.. Nevertheless' Germany 1! {' third and Pennsylvania to the chair of associate professor ,

.; --'WIbIngton the, cireunistaNCesconpected _Bowen-Loomis Papers Circulated. Moroccan conference. Only the two college. She is a graduate of Smith .

i 1i : rtthjthe resignation,"pf john'F. .The ;correspondence. In the' Bowen / \ mile race for] college and of the Johns Hopkins medical '

t: 'IPall>seerae. chlet engineer ot.thevPan-J: Loomis case, published in" pamphlet Peking Opposes Boycott. varsity fours school. Her original research has -

-. )f :iQla canar.were recited In"deta1L. Ac form has been mailed to',consuls ant Upon_ representations, from the. r was won by challenged international attention, and'

J:1i ording'toTthis; :Mr. Wallace'accepted diplomatic,representatives of the'.Unit American minister Mr/Rockblll, the, Syracuse in 10 this appointment expected to go far ". : '

"i1"ii;iiid.offer,of:sixty. thousand'dollar salT 'ed'States with a'view to:impressing Chinese.government' has Issued. proclamation -" : ',Z.' minutes 15 2-5 toward breaking down the barrier of ':;, :

e, ..?,,, ,to become the head of,a New York upon .them1'the objectionable!,character directed against the boycottof :r- "i seconds, Cornell sex'prejudIce against, women in the i.
s4?construction of such, actions. .as were charged : American, goods pending the negotiations Charles ,E. Courtney .
:\ : being Second field.of medical research.. f.. .: ; !
'. x 1 jcimpany.; b e- ,against Minister" .Bowen.., of a new treaty. Peking,is Pennsylvania 'third, Columbia, fourth Public ,Schools a Failure. ," dr
thIS'
thought to have been influenced in
"Z! J&irpptoiif : : Cruiser Charleston's Trial. and Wisconsin fifth. Thus the supremacy The Association of Women Principals '1 "
by the order of President.
o "The' new cruiser, Charleston on her course Roosevelt to soften the execution of of, Cornell oarsmen under the instruction of Public Schools 'of New York City ..:-:' .

j 1i tufdfro ithe.: official trial. run off the Massachusetts of their famous coach, Court- '
has Issued a circular letter declaring
the exclusion
law extent of theantiAmerican
WIitbmuii: 'Paottlre' coast June 29 averaged 22.3'knots an Th.e ney, ,was re-established, Syracuse having .
:h"i ,:after feeling is said to astonish that our public schools are "huge barracks "
; ; : a hour. been the victor In last year's race. the
'J,; ; of ,
; .. foreigners, even advertisements of mere parodies on spirit .
: Mr/Wallace The struggle not of
f was one colleges,
,. "
& Hawaian Governor Resigns.. American refused the true'school, where the individual
!grJieachea 'New goods being by for the rowing style of Syracuse under '
;
I x "jprork'he.; 'held' afeconferenoewith George R. Carter, wh resigned the some of the papers. The agitation has the instruction of Ten Eyck''Was new, child is a. mere number where no one ',-' '
of Hawaii June 23 to the Straits' Settlements has time for human sympathy and ;
spread ;
,f.,' 6f'' : > governorship re"ceived' and :different from that of the'Courtney *\
;t'i': :\ J permission from President where the Chinese control most of. the personal Influence, and where
Kiraft stroke. The Cornell kIndly
f i| .. and; varsity was
of statistics and reports
". >:f f old him of his .. Roosevelt to come to Washington Indian ,trade.Hottentot twelve lengths 'ahead of Syracuse at t L
p
# 'iteewonto'ae ,1, talk.the situation'over.. Governor,Car- ,Chief Captured. the finish. Also in the freshmen race and not the.upbuilding of character :

Be PI,-the offer ter is known to have- been unpopular Berlin bad official Information June "'Cornell led from the start The interesting has become the ,chief dutyof theprincipal" ,

."" ...:"r .,-1 rot.a. better saltuy John F. Wallace.f ''In .Hawaii, but resignation was' a 27 of a 'decisive battle in German feature of' the race was that ( t

i ,.In reply! '.Taft; told' :Wallace.. that surpr Ise. Southwest Africa, in which the forces Syracuse In order to defeat the Cornell '

.W1J 'i lit so doing be had abandoned his solemu .Greater War Secrecy. under. Ma. r Yon Kamptz had crashed 'crew had "to smash the record.The I MISCELLANEOUS I :

$ ",obligations .to the government: The bureau of navigation in..revisingthe the entire band of 'Hottentots in a races were witnessed by 25,000 people. ,

J: ",., % lying: "For, mere lucre you' change naval regulation"has barred tor.'e1gnen battle along the Karib: river oq June 17. Yale Outrows Harvard. AccidentL. '.' ,

)Wioar/ position over night without from warships In' process of capturing theMnsurgent chief,Moreaza ,.
,At New London, Conn., June 29, the A tornado in the of
The reported capture of Warmbad by vicinity Phillips- ,
ro t of the embarrassing: .position construction. This is done to insure annual four mile race for varsity eight \
burg Kan. June 28 .
accompanied by ; .
denied.
Insurgents was
lit 'Wl1lch.rou, place your government greater secrecy. The general board ofthe
: : oared shells was won by Yale in 22 enormous hailstones caused the deathof
-ghek' the engineering forces on the11sthmus navy is given more powers. The War Cry Raised In Sweden. minutes' 33 3.5 seconds Harvard being ,
eighteen and much destruc-
lt } ti 'are left without.a real headsa'atid'your wearing of swords on board ship is ,virtually After a stormy debate in the Swedish less than three seconds behind. tion of property.persons "

It | :.epartment Is'not perfected done away .with, woven service riksdag June 28 a majority of branches However, both the'varsity four oared A wind and rain storm caused the x

j l, ,>_organization.. .". Thereupon Mr. Wilt belt and revolver taking the place ofthe chose an extraordinary committee to race and the freshmen eight oared race collapse of house .
In
. '''' ;t lace's resignation was requested. sword' -The sword will be worn at which would be referred the gotern- were won by Harvard crews. 'an apartment '
course of construction at New York
" .. Tbe'i*'*. was prevalent that the eere nlei. ." ztent's bill for a settlement with the ;
4 A New Automobile Mark. burying three workmen, two of whom
'
.
-}f: temptation offered to Wallace was Few VlIow' Fever Victims. acceding nation. Men of all parties t t
At'the Empire City track on June IK were rescued alive.
1 p ;part of.! a preconcerted plan of certainrailroad" The isthmus, canal commission 'Is. were disposed to rally to support King
...i Guy Vaughan in a forty horsepower ,An explosion In the Emporium Pow-
<< Interests to embarrass the.t Oscar. ,Many speeches were made in
sued June 28 at
statement
a Washing :,
Decauville machine finished der at Emporium Pa June
t a run of company .
{ govenwent-and delay Indefinitely the favor of .
coercing Norway.SOCIOLOGICAL
ton concerning the outbreak of yellow
: I 1,000 miles in twenty-four hours. Dur 28, caused the death of nine workmenand
i! construction of the canal He, how- six
: fever the isthmus. deaths
f. Only
on
't ing the rot he made fourteen stops, a the Injury of twenty others.
ev ,issued a. long statement: ;denying
f er
J : >
reasons.i have occurred among 9.702'canal employees I I total loss of 1,hour 40 minutes 4 sec- The shopping district of Nashville,
. $ tfe* hadresigned for pecuniary: during the two months.
,
past '
: onds. Tenn., was swept by fire June 25, witha *9
\\'ToTr, : 'l1.e. aoly, 10. One 'more death and.three new cases loss of $650,000. '- :..: *<

.\,..,.;--w v*\; The,>ew'York.. ('senate voted June 28 were reported by cable' On the same Would Ostracise Grafters. Roosevelt on College Sports.'In Deaths. i *{1

P,'fr,>- to fix the day,for beginning the trial of day. ..... James B. Dill, the New York corpo his address at the Harvard commencement under J

'e .Supreme. Court Justice Warren B. ration lawyer, known extensively: for President Roosevelt, while John Hay secretary of state "

::!:, "t". Hooker, the judiciary- committee having I[ FOREIGNRiots I his part In the building of trusts, assailed acknowledging his esteem for the professional both McKInley and Roosevelt, famous '

7 i-i ", ; decided that the legislature had trust grafters In his address to athlete as such, declared that. as diplomat and litterateur, died at his
the the undergraduate who becomes a country home at Lake Sunopee, N. H., -'
" _. -,jurisdiction. The senate agreed with graduates of Oberlln college. He: {
<::r '.,I ,the,assembly on July 10 8.8'the trial : and Mutiny in Russia. said that an acute crisis existed owingto semiprofessional is an unmitigated July 1, just as he was thought to be re-

L. ... : (clar. The revolutionary spirit, long smol- the fact that a large part of our curse and that the spirit which puts so covering from a recent Illness; aged
,
t dering and sputtering In the war prosperity "Is bottomed on an overproduction excessive a value upon his work as to sixty-seven. +
!f., :American Ship For Canal.
. troubled realm of Czar Nicholas, has of fraud and sham." so that a produce this semiprofessional Is itself
;: The canal commission has purchased Timid Cowper. : i .
.
of riot and unhealthy.
: "' leaped into fierce flames feeling of distrust Is growing up
:-: the steamers Mexico and Savannah at Cowper always spoke in a difficult :
\ mutiny; Just as. the government had throughout the country. Referring to
: ',1650,000 each from the Ward line after hesitating way, as though afraid of the s
.. : the labor uprising at Lodz and War the Equitable, he said that the dummy
N failing to, find suitable vessels. In Europe I EDUCATIONALAlumnus 1 effect of his words on his auditors.
. Poland under
)' saw in Russian some director who dnmmyizes himself for
. .for of canal
,the transportation '
p \ semblance of control by giving the pay Is in no position to criticise the -LOW RATES-

P.t.-; '_,.. supplies.. Cossacks free rein to shoot down alf clerk who falsifies his accounts or the Roosevelt at Harvard. 4r

''i::>:'.''':' Ohio'Democrats For Temperance. persons, assembled in public, the sail- employee .who embezzles. Getting President Roosevelt, in attending the -FOR- a y

'The Ohio Democratic convention ors of the battleship Kniaz Pot mklne, down to the reason for such conditions, twenty-fifth reunion of his class-the SPECIAL OCCASIONSVIA

whichmet at Columbus June 28 nominated stationed at the Black sea port of '
\. Mr. Dill said that it was the fault of class of '80-and the Harvard com-

{ ,'. ...; John M. Pattison of Cincinnati Odessa and flagship of the Black sea public opinion, and that public opinionis mencement exercises last week, insisted SOUTHERN RAILWAY bgyi

.: 'ot'> president<< of the Central Union Life Insurance Meet, broke into open mutiny June 28, I our opinion-"yours of me, mine of
being treated merely Two Trains Daily East Leave Jacksonville -
on as one ,
L '. :. company killed their officers and joined forces you ours of all the rest. He thoughtwe !
\:'- .-' for Immediately of the old graduates; consequentlyvery 9:10 a. mi| 7:55 p. m. v.-
,, .. governor with the strikers on shore should learn to punish grafters: ,
,
t\;., and made temperance the strikers became so emboldened -I however respectable not alone by Im- few formal $44 25 Atlantic City, X. J., and return. #

;. the that they began to burn and loot prisonment and fine, "but with all the functions ) On sale daily; limited Oct. 31, 1.x

''; .' leading issue of the business sections of Odessa. Millions might of the terrible scorn of society." of welcomewere 1905. it"

<.i/,"':,1'':"' .thecomingstate of dollars' worth of property He said we had to recognize that the held In $61 f.

'A.I,. campaign. Pat. along the water front was destroyed. seeds of soclaUsm. 're olutiri and anarchy honor of the ;
.. Ort. 31 l )O5.
It- :
5.. tlson was In fierce clashes with the troops hun- are sown by the man of our own president o f f

\ : known. to be.fa- I dreds of persons were killed or class and kind who pretends to be J the United (132 80 Buffalo, N. Y., and return. ::

:' .' vored by the an- wounded. It was said that many of what he is not. States. Mr. ) Tickets on sale July S, 9. 10, limited f.

.;;/ tisaloon league, the troops refused to fire on the strikers 7- Rooseveltmade July 15th. Can be extended to Aug. fit
Sad Isolation of the Rich. _. 41905.)( *:!t '.
.\ and in acceptIng'the thus rendering the authorities a plea '
Presidenf Benjamin Ide Wheeler of 5' for 4 \ Saratoga Springs, X. Y., and
: nomination helpless until reinforcements could be a higbH'1tJE'fllln X 10
',; the University of California in his address the 'I, return. On gale daily; limited
he said he sent. ;: \ : acquirement -
:John M. Pattison. favor of mutinous before the Dartmouth alumni ; f Oct 31, 1905.
;' was In The reported occasion of the : : o

_'\!I :' the: local option law and a Christian outbreak on the battleship was spolie of the economic abundance of 4 wealth rather $3",00 Washington, D. C and return. V."j
'' the last decade which had produced i Limited Oct. 31 1905.
,
; :: / Sabbatn. On the same ticket Charles the shooting of a sailor named Omel- than to divert
class of Americans whose
'!. E.. Mason, a brewer, is nominated for chuk by the chief officer for complaining ; numerous part of tainted Two Trains Dally West,Leave Jacksonville
absorbed
lives are In devising meansto
.. state ,treasurer. National Committeeman about the quality of the fodd 's money to phil- at 7:45 p. m., and 7:55: p. m.
spend a fraction of their income.He .
;. 'John R McLean tendered his res. served the men. The dead body of the anthropiccllannels. Knoxville Tenn.
and'
-
: said their money had made them \ Cjft K\ return s. !
ignation"; and it was rumored that his sailor was sent on shore with a guard Its servants and that the sudden dislodgment a :, :;' He Ticket on pale July 8, 9,15,1905;:;, f r

paper, the Cincinnati Enquirer, was of honor, aqd a note telling the circumstances of life conditions producedby President Roosevelt warned men limited 15 days Extension by deposit e. i

about to flop to the Republican party.EXECUTIVE was pinned to his uniform for this rapid excess of wealth" commonly in 1880. of wealth that until Sept. SO, 190;). ; 1

the purpose of arousing the people. results in a pitiful maladjustment their violation tyfif\ ) Louisville, Ky., and return. '
of of the spirit of law was breeding violence f I Thousands passed the open coffin of machinery for work demanded. Tickets on sale July 2), 30, lirait -
.1 the dead sailor with heads bared. In tln country. After visiting l August! 10th, 1905. 'S "
One of the saddest features of
Next day the mutiny was reportedin lives pursued by wealth consists in the Germanic museum he cabled his 8m. j :Monteagle Tenn., and return,

':',. No MON Sixteen Inch Guns. the naval barracks at Libau, on the their Isolation from humanIty-that I>:. thanks to Emperor William, the donor. July 14, 15:, 17Aug. 5, 6. 7. Limit ;

As the result of two years' experl"ence Baltic,' and the crew of a transport they are naturally driven Into the society Secretary of War Taft received the Aug. :n, 1005. Extension Oct. 31, 100;;. : :.
determined to the lebel ship at Odessa. Priorto degree of doctor of laws. The president -
; the government has joined of the like conditioned and bound "i6 Chicago, IlL, and retnrn. OH et =
: substitute twelve Inch coast defense the arrival of the remainder of the there: so that "sound judgment and went from Cambridge to his sum Isale daily. Limit Oct. 31, 1905

guns for the sixteen Inch. The sixteen Black sea fleet, under Admiral Kruger, clear perspective In the motives and mer home at Oyster Bay. ?) 75 Hot Springs, Ark., and return.

'. :t. inch 'gun does effective work, but the from Sevastopol, the mutineers had be- movements of human life are seldom Bishop Lawrence, as chairman of the ,:- On sale July 18, Aug. 1.15, Sept. .

twelve Inch costs only about half as gun a bombardment of the city. By found among these people of the caste Harvard Alumni association" an- 5 19; limit 60 days; extension for 90 daip. ..l
tire'and June 30 the czar had declared a state nounced that more than $".. OO.OOO had
to can "
much, Is less expensive who drag a golden ball and chain. Dining Cars. Service a la Carte. ;
'"accomplishall that is desired of a of war to,exist at Odessa and neigh been given toward the endowment for Sleeping car reservations and detailed e'
boring localities In order to terminatethe the Harvard college teaching staff.
coast defense weapon. CHOLERA IMFANTU3I. information cheerfully furnished Ulllll1(
disorders. Martial law was also Rockefeller Boosts Yale. '
application. Passenger office 108 .Vett
President Favors Chinese. Child Not Expected to Live from One Hour t:
ordered at Lodz and Warsaw, where to Another, but Cured by Chamberlain's At the commencement President Bay street, Telephone. ,,
In view of the imminent danger that Colic,Cholera and Diarrhoea ,
Remedy
American several hundred strikers had been Hadley was cheered when he an- J. C. LI .K, Dist. Pass.! Agt., a

an effective boycott against killed. Agrarian riots extended over Ruth, the little daughter of E. N. Dewey nounced that John D. Rockefeller had Jacksonville, Fia. ,
In force
,.. 'goods In China might be put almost the entire section of Russian of Agnesville, Va was seriously ill given $1,000,000 and that Yale grad ----
by the Chinese merchant guilds President ofoholerainfantum last summer. "Wegave
and to the Caucasus. The '
Poland uates had given another 1000.000 to HOLUSTER'3 ,
taken decisive action and did
Roosevelt has her up not expect her toIh'e
looking to a more lenient admin presence of foreign vessels and residents from one hour to another," he says. the permanent fund of the university. Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets "
at Odessa gave the crisis a serious There Is string to the Rockefellergift.
law "I happened to think'of Chamterlain'sColic no
exclusion
; istratlon of the Chinese A Busy Medicine for Busy People. !
The fate of
,. International aspect.. and '
Cholera Diarrhoea
the'ofllcers of immigration serv Remedyand Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor- '
'by the mutineers Is uncertain at this writing got a hr>tte! of it from the store. In In his address Dr. Hadley said there
ice.1: has directed the state depart- A spociac for Constipation. InrtipsUIon. Live
He
": letter, of instruction owing to conflicting reports. A five hours I saw a change for the better. were two kinds of degeneracy, "one and Kidm'V Troubles Pimple E.lem'ImpUJ"t
: went to Issue a circular strike and mutiny were also In prog- We kept on giving it and before she had which comes from too little reliance Blood, Bai Breath. Slush Boiveli, Hearlactn '
to our dIplomatic and Backache. It's Rocky Mountain Tea in tab
the subject
on taken thE> half of small bottle she
In China ress at Kronstadt. one was upon the law, another which comes let form :i" costs a box. Genuine made by" ,
'and consular officers well." This remedy is for sale Red Wis.
by HOLUSTER PRCB COMPANY, Mw liion,
Germany's Reply Milder. from too much. The former Is the
Cretary'of commerce
;; -and has Informed the st> Cross Pharmacy. GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE '
a ; and labor, who is charged with The reply of Germany to the French one commonly. referred to as a degen- .


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rA a, cijisajfBBD&HftRIDAIST "n Vi'":_:iw," ..i..6abM, ;, begin 5' 45-IOO, chains. F HOSPltALJECREtS,
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Continued from pap 1. "" ?of wotheast, | of northwest i. Nurse 'P.e is
EcteiedatthepgetoffieeatTiteatNe ii z aToncf
l .i95iOOch&iD8' A' Says ?, -ru-na' ;
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east 2'96-100'and north 455100:chain
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'. ,. :tl; ) lfa...:.W:"' lrw-;EdttorsndrsbU section 2, township. 2?r range 37; from >from -!)
eeecioit 4 4'townsbip 35 30
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range ,
: : : t HORSING.V $80 to $160. ,
,;' 'ji PUBLISHED EYESY FRIDAY ; ,
.;,:...g'" "' } Gleaaon'Broe..'&,cO.;,west .} or northwest io'l25- -'...
; t k |I11B'4CRJP'I'ION.81.1O. PKB ANNVM. ; west' .J: T.. Huntington,'all.north \ of Wm
,resat x ':-- 75 CENTS TUB SIX MOUTHS. J; J of jouthwest4 and southeast '
} > Garvin Grant section 37, ,township 20, ; ,' .
,' 'i : of southwest ..
section- '
J l township: '
+ : r > Bate. PoralclMd .OB; '
} Ad..rttainx ranges 34 and 35,from 1200( to 2000. Garden Truck
mil .Vf... .:a _* pplleatioB..' 27, range 37 east; from $30014400.. _
;; r"" '"ff, -. Bros ,John:A pii wall.lot2. section 20, town I be raised profitably only la soil
iS/i4'j. It must be- clearly.understood thai neither .Gleason, ; & Co., west | of !southeast can
ehip'28 38 from50Vto of Potash. All
100.
: 1 ; Tax STAY' norUte: editoria responsible for f and west i'of,northwest.}, eection range containing plenty
'John R. Ham of south of southwest Yegetables require a fertilizer; _containing
opinions ezpmnd by correspondents..jPortsmontn part \
';' .U"1;; 't :t' 11, township: 27,,range 37, from, $200 to$3q at least 10 per cent actual
4-4.. }, (described in deed book R, page I -

!t\ -. ,'New Iiimpshirebas.been 81,--section .30, township 28, range 38;
Theo. lots
Miamer, 5 sod 6, block 10,
; decided upon ,M the, place for holding the from 200 to 600. PotashI
;; { Melbourne;section 3,township 26, range I
,
, % conference between 'the. :Russian and 37, from $700 to $800.. .M: H.Oschner, part of lots-2' and 3,

: : Martha.K/Chaffee; lot 4, block 7, Melbourne described-in deed books GG, page 155, P I Without Potash no fertUiier is com. '

. section: 3. township 28, range 37, page 183, R page 11, less 1J acres'section I plete, and failure will follow its use.

o. ," -. from $100 to $m 31, township 28, range', 28, from 150 to on:Eterr fertUiiation-the/firmer shoald h -e oar BO valuable* ..dmtti.i.putter boob..
.a (> 'government navy yard jn.tbat city 250.. I booming any tpecial fertiliser, but
..... > ,. : W T. Wells, all block_3.and'. 4, Melbourne boob of othoritadT Information that mean
' "; ;' from,$1230 to $1500. J. F.Farley part of southwest { of lot. tUrfeprrfutothefaraen.eklB. SenttreetorhesLBYAY
*'
y ., Judge Call has .sustained Judge ShayS John'Furguson, lots ,3 ao(1'4.( block. bound north by land of Oschner, east by f Yerli-tI aaaa' KAU WOKE
New
I' ';, ,:' Ior8:decision, isi'the Sunday baseball case Melbourne from'$1500 to$2500. ; ,,river, south by Arnold- section 31, township AUanU.GL-=KfSr&a ad Street ..

,
-' .' at Jacksonville, It does not necessarily Geo. M. Brown, lot 14" block' 19, Melbourne 28, range 38, from 500 to 600.
t: !:. ;t : section ,E; B. Arnold, north J of southwest \,
.township 28, 37
range ,
that Sunday baseball is doomed in .
:r ::,"., follow from $1200 to $1500. north f of south } southwest | and lot Road Fond District No. 1.

,:: ; ;Florida.-The: supreme court is thf proper, W. I. Metcalf, lots 11,12' 'and 13, block. 3, except land to Farley, Schnyler and N. }I. Fish,road work_________ 825

-a'.' c:" ;:. body'to pass upon the constitutionality. 23,' Melbourne, from $100 to $200. Daymond, Section 31, township 28,-range L Road: Fond District No. 3.

> : ;:';-'. r"; of"the law, and .this is just 'what.Judge L. D.. Hancock; lot 15,- Dixon's'a sab- 38, from 1000 to 1500. Fee &; Stewart mdse for road work- 3.30

f ,' Call.and Judge Shaylor'have: left for that. division of lot 1, section 7, lots 1 and 2 of G W. Washburn, part lot Described Special Road Fund District No. 2. .
f Carl Whitfield, road work....__.___.. 334
., L. in deed book F, page 264, section, 31.
Rp
section
8
; 26
township 37 from
y. range ',
i'!' ; court to decide.The ** ** _
; Sam Oteen 5.67
township 28 38 from 300 to WOo : -------
range _
$600 to $1000. ..
f. :: F. Monsoo.Ii. .._.._____ 2.00 _t
Sarah Bolton, north 32 acres of lot 2, r
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$i C. D. Provost lot Dixon's subdivisionlot
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Tribune a revised 7.00
ii ?:TJ' Chicago publishes --- -
1, section 7 and lots 1 and 2, section 8, section 6, township 29; range 38, from 150 A.S.Dkon, ." _________ toja
! list of Fourth of July casualties re
f fjj 500.
I township 26, range 37, from $400 to $500. to N M Fish. --______".., 153.60

:': ; fi:'::':. '. ported by its correspondents in many I a A. Osteen, south 4 22 100 acres of lot Ernest Svedelins south 2| acres of C. D. Provost -_.___.. 23.30

5 ; ? '- towns and,cities in the Unit States, and ::4, section 6, township 26., range 37,:reduced north 9} acres of southeast \ of northeast B. B LaRoche, w ________-. 6i7 r

Jif 1 :;;. the figures s submitted are ,.startling.. .The from $300 to $200. I, north | of northwest } of southeast }, MRS. KATE TAYLOR. tIrlrs. J Brn nero ," __.__.._.... 9.68

: ....;' 'D..W. Monroe part lot B. Rerdell's addition east-i of northwest \ except 6 acres to """"- Special Road Fund District No. 3.

Jt;:. 't r( deaths numbered 54, the injured 3157. ; to Titusville, described in deed Lockward and south' j of southeast J of .of Kate prominence Taylor, gives a graduatednurse her ex- ', N. :M. Fish road work____.._._.... 19.45

.,", :;",>i ', There is .ample justification for many book NN, page 162, from $30 to 100.. northwest f, section' 17, township 29, perlecce with Peruna in aa open i E. C. Lam &;Supply Co., mdse_____ 4151

'i".. ''y ''-! more, Clsane T Fourth" editorials in the C. A. Babers, west J of lot 1, block A. range 38, from 500 to 600. I tter. Her posiiion In society and \ FINE FOBFETTUBE FCJJD. z

i' public Coleman's addition to Titusville! from R. T. Smith lot 10, section 23, town f Titessionfil standing combine toglva J D. L.Gaulden, convict fees co.ct10.00 .
: ::.?. press. special prominence to her\\ T.
300 to 150. ship 29'range 38, from 100 to 300. utterances. GAME WARD& CND.
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f y r'y .' In a long series of attempts the history J. D. Ennis east } of lot 1, block A. H. K. White south J of southwest }, --. T. A. Robinson game warden.___,_ 40.00J.

",h';. ;" Culemao'a addition to Tituaville from section 12, township 27, range 37, from .C. Gibert licenses.
t com. on banting 4.00
ILL. Monroe StroeL-
\ '7 : of nations show failures before the successful ,.427
200 to 100. CHICAGO
100 to 150.Josephine. On motion the board adjourned
'_ .. t as I have observed, Peruna to
:' \. :: move in a revolution comes. The Harris: lot 2-1. Rerdell's addition L. Joergensen, pirt of southeast 1 described LJ th<> fine-t toni any man or woman meet again on the first Monday in Aug., t

Ii. .: incipient revolution launched by the to Titnsville from 35 to 100. in deed book Z page 266 Y pages can use who is weak froia the after 1905 at 8:30 a. m. '

.. : mutineers of the Russian battleship Kniaz J. W. Griffis, northeast J of lot 2, section 283 'and 293, section 28, township 29, effects of any serious illness. .

:! Potemkine having apparently come to 3, township 20, range 35, from 400 to range 38,from 400 to 500. "Pcruna seems to restore vitality Not a rent wanted, unless you are '
1000.J. Chas. Christensen acres, describedin i increase bodily v/gorllnd renew health cured. If you are fioir and. ailing, take
: ; ; naught, now the question arises what wJ strength InI wonderfully short Hollisters' Rocky Mountain Tea. A great
H. Allen, lot 2 and 3 acres in southeast deed book PP page 30, section 28, time."-.-MRS. KATE TAYLOR. blessing to the hnman family. Makes. _
&t i will be the'next move of the Russian j township 29, range 38, from 50 to 100. 40 well-keeps well. 35
corner of lot 1, section 19, town Address' The Peruna Medicine Co, you you cents, tea

' :::;: revolutionary party ship 20, range 36, from 200 to 300. acres described in deed book SS page 44, 'o!a rnbus. Ohio,if you desire free litersection *- or tablets.. Ask your drngllsLr :

Andrew section 28, tdwuship 29, range 38, from U ''rh.
#Y.> Jackson, north 27 acres of '
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' ; __ .
. ', The expression has gone out, and it has southwest | of northeast } and west 34 50 to 1001Edwin: --
Nelson south 3, township 28, range 37, from 75
19 of
south
been published in many papers, that a acres of lot, 'section 13,. township 20, acres y q4 =
J of southeast 1, section 28 29 to 150.
range 35, from 300 to 350. township ,
. ,; law was passed at the last session of the E. St. Clair Clayton lot 8 block 18
f f Butler Campbell, south 13 acres of range 38, from 100 to 200. ,

i.t'\t';: r legislature prohibiting the sale of ciga4 southwest | of northeast \ and south 11 ,Ji:. P. Weithackter lot 4, section 34, Melbourne, section 3, township 28, range

.' rettes and cigarette' It is not the township 29 38 from 400 37, from 75 to 150. 3
=":: papers. acres of lot 1 and north J of lot 2, section range to 600. .

R: ;..,. fact, however, as no such law was submitted 13, township 20. range 35, from 300 to A. L Nelson, northwest } of southwest C. S. Fee, lot 2, block Melbourne. 4L:4
'
: }, section 34, township 29 38 from from 200 to 350.
fl } : to the for his signature. 350 range ,
governor
' ;' s'. 50 to 100. E. P. Branch, lot 7, block 32, Melbourne :
: Such a measure was presented at the last New Haven Banking Co., north } of ?; _
from 30 to 80. :
tt northwest } of southwest |, section 32, J. M. Herndon northwest \ of north- i'I
: session, but it was never enacted into a Enos Gauker lot 8, block 32 Melbourne
; : township 20, range 35, from 250 to 400. west 1, section 35, township 30, range 37,
r' law. from 50 to 100.Theodore t from 30 to 80.
-. ,"" A. S. Mims, east J V of northwest J of
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J Piazza north of and north K.C. Lathrop, all except 13,14,15.16,
southwest \, section 5, township, range |
: .i't'; The most interesting reading in THE 35, from 100 to 200. \ of south. J of southeast J,. section 10, block 34, Melbourne, section 3, township ,- ds P'y _., tALL
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: % STAR this week will be the proceedings of E. L. Brady, lots 1 and, Becker's sub township 30, range 38, from 100 to 200. 28, range 37, from 150 to 500. -- f

Peter Bertelson south \ of south of F. H. Fee, lots 13, u. 15, 16, block 33, DAMAGE
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division of lot block
: the honorable board of county commissioners 2, A, Titusville, section ie covert by good fife
east fractional } of lot 1 section Melbourne, section 3, township 28, large a insurance com-
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.F ."..' wherein they have raised the 3, township 22, range 35, from 850 37 from 250 to 400. pany. The damage by fire, by water, by
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,.. township 30 38, from 300 to 400. smoke
"' .. to 1000. i range and by the firemen in their effortsto
,;:' }./tx assessment on about 110 pieces of property Mrs. A. 0. M. Phillips lots 1 4 6
7
M. Burnes, lot 11, except south 5 J. L. Day north 38 acres of lot, section , extinguish flames. The man who
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-- in Brevard the value of such : 14 30 block 16, Melbourne, section 3, township IS
-. increasing I feet Wager's sub-division of lot 3, 4, 5, 6, township range 38, from 350 COVEREDby
'. above the to 500. 28. range 37, from 250 to 375. insurance: has little to fear of fire. It
worth
{.t' t, property some $25,000 I block A, Titusville, from 250 to 300.
JamesE. Hurford north gal acres of D. P. H.. Wilkes, lot 14, block 16, Melbourne doesn't worry him night and day like the
r; > assessor's valuation. They have reduced E. B. Wager, lots 13, 15. 19.21, Wager's uninsured fellows. If
south 30j of lot 2 section 14 section 3, township 28, range 37 you are among the
township ,
f= ..: on. four pieces of property, decreased in sub-division of lots 3, 4, 5, 6, blockA from 50 to 75.; latter class, get out of it at once. Let us
. Titnsville, from 250 to 1000.E. 30, range 38, from 300 to 400. write you a policy on and
your property
A:': 0,;: I the aggregate at$-150. The increase ranges L. Brady, lot 3, Hutchinson's sub James Wilhouse, lots 3, 4, 5, section 23, T. McCoy, lots 3 and 6, block 11, Melbourne see how much better you sleep nights.

" \.", all the way from $25 up to as high as division of lots 3,4,5, 7, block D, Ti- township 30, range 38, from 800 to 1000. section 3, township' 28, range 37, MORGAN & WALTON,

:;'; ; :, $3000. The increased valuation should tusville section 3, township 22, range 35, Enoch McBurney, lot 30, Joynerville, from 300 to 400. TrrmiLLE, FLORIDA. ;
section 3 35 from 30 C. P. Andrix, north J of south J of
: give the county about $375 more in from 800 to 1000. township 2"2. range .7
: south 4 63 100 chains of southwest I
."', < C. Collins, lots 13 and 14, block 9, Ti. to 100. } of BOBBINSQRAHAM j
but it is
funds
county highly probable. Ganlden southeast \, and of lot 4, 1
F- tusville, from 300 to 500. E J of lot 1, D. L. west I of northwest 1, except acre in

'''" that some of the property owners who block 11, Titusville, from 150 to 200. lot 1 and all south \of northwest }I. north I northwest corner, section 15, township 24, &

','*I ,., have been raised will make vigorous objections Alex. Foster lot 10, block 18, Titus \ northwest \, lot 2, lying west and northof range 36, from 300 to 200. .A

F- ..., to the same at the next meeting ville, section 3, township 22, range 35, Turkey Creek section 24, township 28, A. Hildreth north 17 acres of northeast CO., 0(

cf the board. from 60 to 150. range 37, from 1500 to 2000. 1 of northeast i and north 5 acres of (Incorporated Paid up Capital $ ,OOO.OO.) :i;iI

r. Henry )Maxwell lots 1 and 2, block 19, E. E. Macey lot 10, Hopson's subdivision lot 1, and north 13 acres of northwest J This company owns lands 't:

and east 2] acres of lot 6, section of northeast |, section 22, township 24, in the Indian River Country .
Titusville section 3 22
i i" I ; lAPS ON RUSSIAN GROUND. township range 36 from ,on the St. Lncie River
800
35, from 100 to 300. 24, township 28, range 37, from 100 to 150.; range to 1000. at New River, and on Bis- '"
i .: : The latest reports from Tokio make itclear On motion the following '
: Annie Edwards, lots 4 and 6, block 24, B. T. Middleton, lot 11, Hopsou's subdivision millage is cayne Bay. .

.{ ".t that the Japanese occupied the Island Titusville, from 40 to 100. section 24, township 28, range hereby levied on all taxable property in PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. .;

'--0-: !::', Sakhalin without loss of men or Cora Anderson lots 6 and 7, block 25, 37, from 350 to 400. said county for the year 1905 : Send for land list.
.:' :< ships and without meeting with any serI Titusville, from 200 to 300. R. A. Conkling part northwest } ofnorthwest.J General fund, 5 mills; road fund, 3 OFFICES AT ,.
A. described in deed l hook M mills; fine and forfeiture, t of 1 mill -f< '
C. Dittmar all block
27 Titusville ;
TITUSVILLE "
ti : AND MIAMI.
I M'' ions resistance. The occupation of this : '.
school fund 7 mills
.' from 200 to 300. page 438, section 25, township 28, range ; special school dis- T .

r,': f' island by the Japs shows how thoroughly Mary Green, lots I, 2,3, block 30, Ti 37, from 300 to 400. trict No. 1,3 mills. THE 1Jj


' f;! the power of Russia on the sea in the far tusville, from 40 to 80. W. R. Campbell, all except lots 1,3, 4, On motion the tax assessor is hereby HASBROUCKSTARTS .

W : .' east bas been destroyed, and recalls to W. W. Kent, lots 19 and 21, block Rob- 5, 7, block 26, Melbourne, section 3, township allowed $125 for sending out tax: statements .,. ;,

. rz; bins & 28, range 37, from 1200 to 1500. for 1905. j
Graham addition
:, ourfmind the brilliant victory won by to Titus"IlIe.from .:.;
, 100 to 200. T. C. West, Island south of blocks 23 On motion the bond of A. A. Taylorfor STARTS EASIER t '
RUNS STEADIER, 'mss.
'. our own Admiral Dewey in the harbor of
', Mamie Spell lot 3, block A. Fisher's and 24, sections 2 and 3, township 28, notary public was approved.On GIVES GREATER EFFI. 'IENCY : "
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r" '".c' .-.. :Manila. addition to section 3, township 22, range range 37, from 800 to 1000. motion Mrs. E. Lyman is admitted and uses LESS GASOLINE per horse .

t'. .t"l It lathe very general impression in dif 35, from 40 to 150. Helen M Miller lot 3 and west i of as an inmate of the poor farm. power than any other engine made.,4 .

*.,:, plomatic circles that its possession by the D. W. Monroe south part of lot 1, lot 4, block 6, Melbourne, section 3, town On motion the'advertising of the redistricting We continually? demonstrate this. ".tii
ship 28 37, from 300 to 400.S. of county and notice Commercial sizes 8 to 300 horse power. '_
to
' : ;; Japanese will be an important factor in Joynerville section 3, township 2:?, range range contractors Special Light '
"; :. 35, from 200 to 800. K. Bulkley lots 1 and 2, block 22. for working public roads of Bre 20 to 250 High hors Speed sizes from ..:: ,'

the peace negotiations. Until they occupied Peter Nelson lot A, Rerdell's additionto Melbourne, section 3, township 28, range vard county is given to THE FLORIDA power. -. 4
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Er r :' = it they had not set foot on Russian Titusville, section 3, township 22, 37, from 600 to 700. STAR. Benj. W. Jerome, >; :

soil during the war. All the fighting has range 35, from 200 to 800. Minnie Brown, lots 1 and 2 and east J The following bills were examined and STATE AGENT, ,', ,it ;

been done in Manchuria, which is a Chi Wm. Gibson lot 13, Joynerville, from of lot 3, block 21, Melbourne sections, approved and warrants ordered to be WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. J: '

: nese province. 40 to 75. township 28 range 37, from 300 to 500. drawn for the same on this 6th day of .- t

Jas. Hawkins and Rosa Harris lots 27 A. B. Taylor lots 6 and 7, block 21, July 1905; Also State Agent for :
It was expected that Russia would give .
and 30, Rerdell'.s: addition to Titusville, Melbourne, section 3, township 28, range WAD FUND. HEW LONDON

. Sakhalin as a peace offering.in the nego- from 60'to 125. 37, from 500 to 600. W. E. Walker,Co.Com.____.________$ 8.00J. MOTOR COMPANY'STWOCYCLE ;i

tiations with the expectation that it Mary McKay, west 15 acres of north Margaret L Campbell, lots 14 and 15, R. Miott, co.com..and mileage___... 12.40R. MOTORS, "r' '

x > block 18, Melbourne eection 3 .A. Conkling," _______ jg'gQA. 3 to 12 h.
would go towards reducing the latter'scash west | of northeast}, and 6 acres of northeast township p. jump spark, up to-date. :

indemnity demand. Now that the J of northwest J, section 4, township 28, range 37, from 400 to 500. ..A.A.Stewart accountant------------- 30.00A. ,
Stewart minutes '
22, range 35, from 400 to 1000.J. : R. W. Goode, lot 10, block 18, Melbourne publication_ 5.00 -
island haa been wrested from her the A. A. Stewart auditor for board_..... 35.75
W. Osban, north \ of northwest 1 : section 3, township 28, range 37, W.S.Norwood, making list of voters.. neat w WhtgL ALL ELSE FATS.
question of a big cash indemnity looms from 200 to 300. 2.00 looh 3mtA Tate,Gt Cra
of northeast }, section, township 22, Ii Jas. Pritchard &; Son, mdse for jail__. 5.47J. In tiag Bold by drutin.

up again. range 35, from 100 to 150. A. Thomas lot 3, block 18, Melbourne, .M. Osban, horse hire poor farm._... H.OO '
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bat the Ml examination applicants for V ssji
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COURSES
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.y. ...:.;,oa'Nto:: '." : l hr As position aa teachers in the public schools
L .: i.keep"t :, Peittps got
; and Music our' : :
... llill'Jr.rrReDCYct of Brevard county will beheld Tuesday Physical Culture. .., :Elocution .,. Specialties .;, tf:1i.it
"W.YSreslo color to II I'I I' "
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:Wednesday and Thursday,Sept. 5th 6th I- I I I I t Illl| I .
f'. bIIzStOpaIall ',hiJr 'aJsO:: '.:' :.,... .mr.c and 7th." ".. ., ,f15,000 spent>> Die yea'ia banding and e (hipmeat. Steam Heat Electric Light : ...
; Gymnadnm, Swimming Pool,Good Fate,Climate Unsurpassed. Strong Faculty.ofTen .
.i The following is*list of the text books T. .
',',';'';'''''-'' k'' 1 "'.,j-; ,' >.;;(y--- ,',-r;,..."" .c-, . to be need u the basis of'the ,September Experienced Teachers.' ;' _::

.":"-"J; "" t '''''".GOOD. : -B'G'. ." _._>,.... &9'K .-.'' L 'FLORIDA::LEADS., laminations: : XP LASES. $269.' LIMITED NUMBER of FREE SCHOLAESHIP8 AVAILABLE ": ;jf! :

.1/ik.\;' ;:) brd'of'control' selected,: -The' : list Orthography-Reed'1J Word .Lessons '-
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Gail Tuna rilune. in jiving the '
a : ((25 cents) by>> Maynard; Merrill ,& Co., of. Scaeion opens Sept.2eth,1905., :for free catalogue addressI. _
'" .vtlle J hiet Ttinrsday, as the site>for,thetsafatebatiiveraify of prize.winriers, at" the Eagle's. picnic,on Jew York. : .' COCK RAN.E' HUNT, President. I !

: ". : : for: ,males/. 'The'.action Tuesday,'says: Reading Any" standard author will M1r e-

:.f. use Pal i aQ the.session' in Tallahassee! ,, "Bace suicide received ;a severe ,jolt at answerCompositionButler's- / J ii '. _

f !i sfethe: claims'of, ,both_Gainesville! ,and the:Eagle's, picnic: Tuesday, ,incident to American Book School English -{ : ,

1 I;S14ke City,had been eloquently presentedb : he_contest,for a handsome rocking chair, New(75 cents.by iYart or Atlanta. .'" Company,<. 4

J b;delegations<< from those cities, and thevote offered,by the Eagles; to the largest family Arithmetic-Milne's Standard((65: cts.) .

.was six to four.. 'vDr present on the, ,grounds.. by American Book Company. '

,. < .1 ; J. :F.'McKinatry!; of, !Gainesville inivtwell.prepared "There were' families' present .ranging by English American Grammar. Book Company Metealf'; ((6ieentS. ) The Geo. H. Feroald Hardware Go. ;

? ; paper .presented his torn, 17 members to the original two. United States History-Reid's' Gram- ,

.,fi 'ttit townf8 claim. Dr. McKinstry first stated The prize winners were,the family! of W. mar School ($1),by American Book Company. .

i" Kf '*" why'the university should. be located at P%Head; numbering 17, father, mother .' -, ;
-$ Florida Fairbank's F
ory-Green's MACHINE SHOPS
or
i<<, tainesvilleHe !p>keOfts central loa and 15: children, all present on the ($1.25) by H. & VV. B. Drew Company, '. 4 V
: ftlf < :cation, ita general. educational spirit! ita grounds and answering roll :aU. ,The Jacksonville. .

<& recognized moral. environments, its progressive children ranged from grown-ups to in- Geography-Redway's' Natural Auanced '
JpE?
m && ; spin tm all things of a social, (ants, all healthy. and able to celebrate (|1.25) by American Book COD'!. Plumbing and Metal Work _

Keom ercial and educational nature. -He be Fourth. ,;e pany.PhysiologyColt'man's Elements .
of((90
.:: ;, said that ,if the, boards I listened to the "The closest competitor of the Head cents, by the McMillan Company, At-: '

.;it .. voice of the people of Florida the univerity family :was another which showed up lanta. BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINTS & 'OILSw

,?! : ,: woaid.be located at Gainesville, for with 14 members. The husband and Civil Government-Boynton's. School ,
Civics ($1) Ginn & Co., Atlanta.AlgebraWhite's *
. i ;the reason that the great majority of the father of this flock'.was prepared produce School ($1)) by Amer- '

;', Y.. people of the state school boards,county proof that he had six other children can Book Company. AgriculturallmplementsSAN "

'- :commissioners, and influential organizations living, or 18 in all, but they were not at Physical Geography-Tarr's :New ($1))

!f' : favored Gainesville. .Dr. :MeKinBtry'a the picnic. BO the claim was- disallowed.i by Theory the McMillan and Practice Company Courses, Atlanta.of Stndy FO R D, FLORIDA.

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;. argument embraced all of the and Methods of Prince
When you wants pleasant laxative Teaching by ($1)),
.;f 1' 'f- salient 'points aa have heretofore. been that is easy to take and certain to act, use Ginn & Company, Atlanta. -
.;.: :t.-Ji.."' covered m the articles published from Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver tablets. TheSe books may be had, of most book

t; :: day to day" in the Times-Union under the For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. dealers.iq the state, or from the publish- .
era on receipt of the price .
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-' ;7i bead of arguments as to the best location
.. LAW SUSTAINED BY CALL. The only change made in the list from
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'> ,K "'. for the University of the State of Florida. the books used as a basis for the spring E. L. BRADY & BRO., *

K --' : At the conclusion of Dr. McKinstry's Judge Rhydon .M. Call of the circuit examination. are those on civil govern-. jH
court in Duval county, in the case of the ment and on theory and practice
l t i remarks he read the
; : : following: GROCERIES HAY GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.
. &}t. To the Honorable State Board of Education state vs. W. C. West, to test the new .
..''''-''''s'''. ':' and the Board' of Control: Gen. Sunday law prohibiting.baseball playing, DESCRIPTIONS OF THE IDLY REDISTRICTED We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapea'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively i
1I'-c"- in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices OB !
,r t. -.' tlemen-:In the event that the University has..denied the release of the latter,'who CODHTT COIHSSIOHERS' Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L. BEADY & BEO.,TITUSVILLE,FIJI. x'V

\t of Florida is located at. Gainesville desired his liberty, and instituted habeas -
we, I. DISTRICTS QF BRETABD CODHTT.
; ,' the bind and obligate corpus proceedings to secure the same.
: undersigned, hereby
llr'\ ourselves to donate and deed in fee Judge Call, in giving his decision, admitted FIEST COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S DISTKICT. OF. SEA ROUTES.m'ercbants
I Commencing at the southwest of QUEEN
comer
1"\- simple to the State Board of Education, that there was some doubt about township 21 south, range & east thence run ;

i .; for the use said university i ((1)) five h n.PI' the constitutionality of the Sunday antiS east on township line to the southeast corner
dred acres of land adjoining the said city baseball law, recently passed by the legislature of section 32.township 21 south, range 33 east, *<
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thence south on the section line between see-
; of Gainesville, and, in addition thereto, bat he considered it his, duty to tions 4 and 5 to the north line of the Delespine +

to donate and turnover to said board decide in behalf of the state, and consequently grant: ; thence north 76 degrees east along the & Miners Trans. Go's
( north line of the Deh spine grant to the westside t
f. .i{;. $-WOOO in cash or ((2) 320 acres of land, denied the petition. of UeSoto street inTitusville;thence north
l .: : a and, together with and in addition there Attorneys for Mr. West will take the along the west side of DeSoto street to the
matter to the court of the state Indian river; thence southerly meanderingthe STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN
... supreme ,
:t:: to. the 15 acres in East Gainesville- west shore of Indian river to a point on
!I / eluding the public school buildings and and, as the law gives habeas corpus proceedings Indian river where the dividing line between .
( ....,; .. \ precedence before the supreme townships 23 and 24 intersects the Indian river ---- ----
; : either the the other
grounds; one or aa thence west along said township line to'
-}">1N; ,' you may elect;and that the city of Gainesville court, it wflLnot be long before the mat- west boundary of Brevard county; thence SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct '

.. Jt.<- will furnish 'water for the university ter settled for good. northerly along the west line of Brevard county : .

*.;:. f' without charge. And we further bind Hundreds of persons will eagerly await to the point of beginning.

< ourselves to give any guarantee you may the decision of the supreme ,court, which SECOND COUNTY VOM 1ISSIONEB'S DISTRICT. Connections for x a ffv

.- require that in the event the first proportion will end the controversy one way or the Commence on the west shore of Indian
_' ia to turn to said other and settle whether or not the state river where townships 21 and 22 intersectsaid '
:: accepted, over river; thence east along said township Washington New{ York and Boston.
various
and of
board of control free of charge, the use can prevent games sports line to the Atlantic ocean; thence south along ,
of the public school building of the said kinds on the Sabbath. the Atlantic ocean to a point two miles south
t. 1 of the dividing line between townships 26 and
: / sty of Gainesville until such time as necessary Buy It Now. 27; thence due west along section line to the Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations .

l new buildings have been com west boundary of Brevard county; thence '
i \ Now is the time to buy Chamberlain's north to the dividing line between townships and cuisine unsurpassed. / +
j: .: pleted., Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.It 25 and 26; thence east along said township SEND FOR BOOKLET. '
it,; t "And vie further bind ourselves to give is certain to be needed sooner or later line to the west bank of Indian river; thence
"!i guarantee required that, in the event and when that time cornea you will need meandering the west shore of Indian river to

:- c' any said university is located at Gainesville it badly-you will need it quickly. Buy the point of beginning. H. C. AVERY, Com'I Agent, Jacksonville. f
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It life. For sale
it now. may save by THIRD COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S DISTRICT.
-: the students of the same unable to secure Red Cross Pharmacy. J. C. WHITNEY, 24 T. P. It T.IL, w.P. TURNER G. P. A., '
., accommodations at the barracks and dor- Beginning on the Atlantic ocean at a point
miles south of the line GENERAL OFFICES B1L'III0JlE 1m.
two dividing town- "
a' s .mitory shall be taken care of in the pri. r 1
ships 28 and 27; thence run west along said FIAGONER
Srfe 'vate houses of the city at a rate not ex- CASTOR section lice to west boundary of Brevard V
"needing that charged by the state until county; thence south along the west boundaryof &. cp.J

each time as the necessary buildings for For Infanta and Children. Brevard Brevard county county; thence to the east southwest along the corner south of and Groceries Hay, Grain, Fruit andProduce

their accommodation have been com The Kind You Hare Always BoughtBears ocean boundary; thence of Brevard north along county the. to Atlantic the Atlantic ocean Staple Fancy of all Kinds,
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plet (l. theSignature to the point of beginning. VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY

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Stomach and Liver Commencing on the west shore of Indian ------- ------ -- --- ----------- ---

:' ,k Tablets have done me a great deal of said river river where thence townships run west 23 to and the 24 west intersect boun- JAS. PRITCHARD & SON EAST COAST MEAT MARKET. '
of Bat Portage,
;: food, : says C. Town, LIKE A CLOCK"Dalis dary of Brevard county; thence south along ,
Ontario, Canada "Being a mild physic said west boundary to the dividing line between o. F. DUREIi, Agent,
c the after effects are not unpleasant and I townships 25 and 26; thence east along
can recommend them to all who suffer said township line to Indian river thence TITUSVILLE, FLA.,
Gas Generator
from stomach disorder." For sale by Acetylene northerly along the west shore of Indian river Florida andWestern
to the point of beginning.
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t' = Ked Cross Pharmacy.
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FIFTH COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S DISTRICT. '
Y : IN A BAD FIX.
DIRECTORS
Commencing at the southwest corner of
: The attorney general of New York is township 21 south, range 34 east, thence run
east on township line to the southeast corner
r = 1 preparing to begin suits against directors of section .12, township 21 south range 35 east;
F' of the Equitable Life Assurance society thence south on the section line between sec- WofallKRds.TITUSYILLE
*,: : tions 4 and 5 to the north line of the Deles-
'. ,who are shown by the report of the state rFeedsLump : pine grant; thence north 76 degrees east along .
superintendent of insurance to have used i the north line of the Delespine grant to the
out of tile I west side of DeSoto street in Titusville, thence
make
their positions to money north along the west side of DeSoto street to FLORIDA. b
society. Just who these directors are the Indian river, thence easterly across the .
., # trill not be divulged to the public in all Indian river to the point on the east shore }
where the township line between townships 41
probability until the suits are filed. 21 and 2:: intersects said east shore; thence RI
-" = According to statements made by the east along said township line to the Atlantic V44 '.i > <
t is obtainable : ocean; thence northerly along the ocean aV'ji SK %
t New York World evidence beach to the north line of Brevard county; i
a_ ._ that directors were interested in concerns. thence west to the northwest corner of Bre f 4a
from the society I Larger, vard county;thence south on range line be- i 4
which borrowed money tween ranges 33 and 34 to the place of begin- I

a%, 'on insufficient security and also sold i Acetylene the- light of the future. It ning.I We invite your attention to

bonds to the society on which the EquitAble has past the experimental stage. Over hereby certify that the foregoing are true
copies of the descriptions of the respective the following close prices on our '
suffered a heavy loss. 100,000 generators in use in the United }
company county commissioners' districts of Brevard
States. Cheaper than coal gas, electricityor county Florida as the same appear upon the popular brands of cooking stoves.
PARDON REFUSED. kerosene. Every generator guaranteedto minutes of the board of county commissionersthe I setA
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I work satisfactory. Use for beating, same having been redistricted in accordance I '
has refused to interfere known the "Prince" and the
The board of pardons cooking and illumination.E. with the revised statutes of the state of as
}t in the sentence of Walter Taylor i W. AMSDEN, ORMOXD, Florida on the 6th day of July, A. D. 1905.R. 1
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Taylort' Agent for the East Coast. A. CONS LIiG.Ch'm'n. 0. K. Queen:
: to five years in the penitentiary. i list Board of County Commissioners.Attest .
Lamar three years Circulars and price on application.
assaulted Congressman : 7-15 Prince Stoves 6.00
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A. A.STEWART, [SEAL] ,
,ago. Clerk. BRUSH WITH SAVAGES '. "
The Alpine Cottage, 8.11" Ii : 0.0O
is
Her Beauty. a novelty. The higher the civilization

., Harriet Howard Spoiled of 209 W. 34th St.. Under the management of Mrs. Kate J. L. MOBLEY O. K. Queen Stoves, 8-2-1 11.00 the Judging la'lerhe by the number demand of brushes here our in customers use. -

1lew York, at one time had her be uty:8DOiled Myers, assisted by F. A. Lesley, $-1.1 11.00 have reached a high state of refine-
with skin trouble. She writes: TITUSVILLE FLA., ment. Every day we sell more and more
.* rheum or eczema for years, TITUSVILLE, FLA. of these! excellent
ti 1 had salt 8-6-1 16.00
rx would cure it until I usedfJocklen' Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kalsomining
; but nothing Salve." A quick and Staining, Finishing and Paper TOOTH BRUSHES, HAIR BRUSHES d

';:Bore healer. Arnica for cuts, burns and sores 2oc. .Daily or Weekly Board. Hanging, at with the most reasonable price Illustrated circulars giving full BATH BRUSHES, (etc.)
consistent
.at Red Cross Pharmacy. House Newly Furnished. good workmanship. on application to Perhaps the fine quality has had something .
Work anyibere on the East Coast particulars to do with it-perhaps its the price.
k y c .a.. On.E.A.Go : Everything First Class. Anyway, all! purchasers are well pleased.
the Iin 6augittl.T solicited. JAS. PRITCHARD & SON,
Specially Let me know what
RED CROSS
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,? : "....,",". """ ,". ., ." >owell evexrdaryen'relllorwinbe. Keep your ..:!
; :, -i;>w'1tiMartha. Dent--Pto.624S' << ,at ; jovel own,and M W.1U Force,in the shape otTtolaitpkjil -'" /[.
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1f' : :" tnieagtie dainty J-' and beMRed'aprona fths moothmt,easiest,most perfect war of keeping Than' to any other house ),
.r; tQ. bowels elect. ud clean to to taU '
-::) .; l ; coveted. possession of. every'won 'CANDYCATMARTiC /f.II in the World for first class, _

modelttat:Isdesljued, ifor.J :,usertmaaA fLJq7fl/f/f ftulnw / '
",; Ef t ; ;. high grade, best quality "
: : as well ornamentation.la _.shown t'.
Sold either !
Paints
readyfor :
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tlq ;?1iere.In an_original'
: collar,and pockets. 5 haps, the' 4 most dla.tufithre :use .or in. paste fcnn- :

';'-t ;k ,featuie'Is, thesbapedflouncelke to be thinned down. .
't ruffle'that ornaments,the:skirt. "The rufrfle .

'i' ,""which':' Is 'narrow'.at, the upper edge; / f yO Buy from the only \ ,..; 'Q
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$ .. ;::11 V little, .e 'cular-at, the'aides, the'only r t paint manufacturing house :J.:
,4': oF "gathers. being at the lower-edge of the ,
17 ,apron,' 'where 'the ruffle Is quite 'deep. EAT'EM UKE CANDY W the country selling .j

;Ii" <" -'",This design is not too elaborate'for every- Pleuanc. Palatable Potent. Taste Good. Do' direct from. mills to. user. ->;l'o'i>
Good, Nerve Sicken,Weaken .is'and
wear or Gripe; 10 y
;: day wear and'yet'clafntf'enouch'to' : fa N mats per boL Writ for tree sample,and book All other Paint makers {
'.tt' "" |a'afternoon when ona serves :a cup'of t let on& &!&. Addreu 433 _

j1- .: /te*:to her friends or does a bit of fancy Urileg Ismedf Company. C1s/claO or New York. depend on dealers'for the sale of their paints. !
made of dimity 1 't ,
work., Pretty aprons are .
? JEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
!/'_, \ in both white and :Dresden, design, al-.: That means one heavy'expense and one profit that Il

," f1' though' gingham, percale, holland. and we cutout of our business. 6 f
,madras suitable for everydiywear. ;
are more
.' 4 THE. ROYAL BOX. We sell direct to the man that uses paint. 1{

"-,:.Jt;:( Sites. ; 32 to 42 Inches. 'bust. measure.- You may think.that you can do as well as'we could T
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A. first aid to the Injured outfit Is ilfj
!::1i': DIRECTIONS FOR ORDERING habitually: carried on the automobileof do for you,,if:you should try to buy a certain brand ofpaint i

'" Rx',' Send 10 cents to this'office, give number the king of England, that you thought well of, direct from the manu

h.- of this pattern No. 624Cnd state size de- The Grand Duchess Olga, the czar'seldest .
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facturer.
z,? 4lred. It will then be sent to you by mall But you would make a mistake.'t
,has to rise at 6 o'clock
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'j give lull address.' Several days' t in the morning in order to commenceher might take your money and sell '}j

1! 'oust be allowed for delivery of pattern.VANITY'S +' lessons. you the paint, but he would take care to charge you as U

Probably the youngest general In the much for the paint$ if you bought it from a dealer. He -ih
VISIONS. FASHION'S TREND. late shah of
world is a nephew of the
Persia, a boy not yet fourteen years would' put on that extra profit, to "protect the dealer". 'lh

Clne Parasols" Both IB While and Dainty Gowns For the Sammer GirL old. He holds the rank of'full generalin We have no salesmen or agents to increase the cost "t1
Colors Are :Very Smart.: New Tucked Skirt Triauulaff.
t the Persian army. of our paints to the
Linen parasols"are,much,In, evidence The fashionable mixture of coarse consumer.

this summer A stunning sunshade is embroidery, fine muslin and insertion Queen by Edward Alexandra! Hughes considers the best her erer portrait We quote to the man that uses the paint the lowest .J..

.of mandarin pink linen leather.with A bow a 'two ofyellow' Is' stunningly arr ed out on a fete painted pn Its completion her majesty and best price, reserving no margin to protect agents.We I it

inch edge of yellow 'frock of white swiss embroidery., The : viewed it closely for some moments freight. :
-t i leather decorates the handle pay : 11
foil skirt has wide old fashioned and'then said with a femininity which
c-' which Is of natural wood. We gladly advise our customers about paints. -.if
could not obliterate, "I
of swiss alternat- even royalty
flounces embroidery
Very lovely are the parasols of sheer Write for sample cards and advice and blanks -J
f white linen or mercerized cotton encircled ing withtucJsand fine Insertion to the fear it flatters me, but that Is how I paint ,
round 'should like to be remembered." showing how to measure houses to show the quantity of t
f; near the edge with Chinese embroidery top. The short baby bodlre bas a

2 and small sprays of,,the .same yoke of lace insertion about,which is a paint required.Ask t.

l't- work dotted over the rest of the cov.er. flounce of swiss embroidery. three- IN THE PHILIPPINES.. "
any first class business house or any bank in yew Orleans, or 1
fr. ,This embroidery la done In white mercerized quarter sleeves are formed of embroidery -
thread. There are more cigarettes made in the mercantile agencies if we are responsible. II
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ruffles' and the folded deep girdleIs :
Another sunshade which appeals to Manila than In any other city in the '
1 of white loulslne.
,1 I lovers of color harmonies 'is in dark A new way of trimming a skirt Is to world. Only pure tobacco' is used In '11R. McWilliams, Limited.

'sllk with a border decoration of their manufacture. 1'1
- green tuck. the front width In three ;
say in J Store and Offices, 342 Camp Street.
An image of the Virgin Mary a

church at AntiI>\>lo. in the Philippine Factories, 1135,1137,1139,1141 South Front Street.

Islands, has jewels valued at 1500. New Orleans, - Louisiana, .
i 000, which have been given it by the j
ESTABLISHED 1893. The oldest paint manufacturing house in con.\
devout natives.Palanca .
D4h.1 tinuous successful operation under one management, south of Louisville ,...
the head Chinaman in Manila ':''h
or St. Louis.
s is a multimillionaire; a mandarinof Y."

? the third class and a grandee of
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H Spain by inheritance. He Is also a ," .. '..'.-- --.' :. _',,n ... '

citizen of the Philippine Islands.
American teachers In the Philippine -f J JFlorida 1

'' ,t schools are not permitted to use any

but the English language. The result East Coast Railway.l:

k is that the Filipino children are gainfug -.

.t a thorough knowledge of the lan

TJ.r guage. local Time Card No. 62. In Effect April 17, IMS. .t

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Saxony.
Saxony was so called: because It was SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH-BOUND-KEAD UP. 1 1I

Inhabited by the Saxons, who took Ii IiI.
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h their name from the sea ax, a small % STATIONS 88

S { battleax or knife which they bore in -DII ,. Dill,9'1) -1-Dally. Daily !

I.r. :: their girdles. 'OOp 9 '0& L'f ___JIIi'k8onvUle_.?.__ Ar 700p 860& .J
'4'I. wars t r, 107 P 9 U s''; ___.So. Jacksonville Ly 862 P 8 42 a .
615p1055t( _AugusUne to 55Op T40a .
0 One Dollar Saved Represents Ten Dollars 653 P 1132: a'' .. ..,.........Ha..tlng-.___ II 4 55 P S 49 a ;
Earned. 7 II O V 115\1 a'' _...._Ea.-.t Palatka__ 4 31 P 828& -. '..

I PALE BLUE CHIP HAT. The average man does not save to ex- -7 :N P 1215-pi At' .....??...__.Ptlatka____ Lv -410 pallO-a' :
deep tucks at the bottom ana the 'two : cred ten per cent of his earnings. He 00 6 Up 1125;,Lv _..._._..PaJatiulo ..._..._._ Ar v 00 P 66a

side widths_ in a similar fashion at the i must spend nine dollars in living expenses Q\ -82.,P -200 1'':Ar ?.?__.?_San htE'O.....?_?_. Lv -210 P s'Q t: !1
knee bend and so on Up and down : for[ every dollar saved. That being the 0 210 P 80\1 a, Lv ....._....?..Sin: Mateo. _..___.? Ar 825 P 7 60 a C <
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TAFFETA SILK SUNSHADE. cast he cannot be too careful about unnecessary -, -- ..
1 around the entire skirt. This style Is Very often a few C 7 lill p!12 3.1: I'i Lv ....?,_.........?NffllO&.?..__..,___ Lv 3 57 P 5 50 a ..
conventionalized daisies worked in particularly good for pongee and sum- expenses. : CIS 8 03 p 1 ...____?W1.tlIs__._ 3 Up Ii 36 a fop ',i
A white silk :. tents properly invested like buying seeds 810 P 1.1: 171'1 ???_......DulIOI1L._....._...... 33'1' P 629a r 4. :
green chenille. dainty par. mer silk frocks. for his garden, will gave several dollars 0\ 841p I6! p1; I. ..,._._.._Orlllnnd?._.?_ 310p 459a .
asol has fluffy ruffles of chiffon about Pongee either In natural colors or outlay later on. It is the same in buyingChamberlain's o 8 53 P 139: II; .. '._"_'D tytnn'l....._..?_? .. 3 00 P 4 4T a M W I1i
the and stalks of purple flags in pip 1 511' ..........__.p.rt Oran e....??._.?. 260p 436a !S i
edge pale shades makes up into the smart- Colic, Cholera and Diarr h 925p 21511J.r ___ ew8IUYlna._ 230p iUa .. !"
natural colors for decoration painted est kind of shirt waist dresses. These hoea Remedy: It costs but a few cents --I -
f the and a bottle of'j it jn the !house often savesa .C a. 3 PI Ar. '... _...?_ Lake H.>'pn ..........?... Lv 1143p:>> 6 10 pO :
on panels. frocks should not be too elaborate, for .
; 1030a 353: 11 ......._.Otan ., Clty............_. I. 1.134: P 654 P .. 1 :':
Extremely attractive Is a white sunshade in this way they defeat their useful dot-tor's bill of several l dollars. For sale : 14 45 e oo p .. .._orango City Juneti"n.... 12 30 p 5 45 pl
f composed flat ruffles of by Red Cross Pharmacy. ..:.:: ::.-.: !
of
tiny purpose and the laundry possibilitiesof 9 3.j P I 2 25 p Ly .._ .... ..New Smyrna....._...... Lv 2 )0 P 4 05 a :::0 '
W- silk buttonholed In points. The handle the material. To relieve the pongee 10 00 P 251p "._".'_Oak H i iIl.I .._....?_. I Iii V 3395 .t
is of white wood ornamented with a coloring guimpes and cuffs of lace mull For Over Sixty Years. C 10 U p 3 30 P Ar "..._......?.Titu5vllle_......?.._.. II 1 15 P 3 oa a CAQ

f' chic bow o(silver gauze ribbon.A or'swiss embroidery are attractive, and Mrs. Winslows1 Soothing Syrup has j-00;.-..... Ar.,.................?Sanf"rd.......?........_.. .y'0-co-a -10 00 a e s.n
plain pongee sunshade may be several sets make a gown of this description been used for over sixty years by millions "'.- &Lv ........_....._Sanr"rd.. ........... Ar ."--.} 900a ... i,

brought up to date by having an English always ready to wear. of mothers for their children while teething t"j'"" -10 33 -S 3U p,Ly ........._ Tltusnllt _..._...... Lv -115 p.-3 00 a t.3 4V ':-
'. eyelet embroidery pattern stamped with'perfect .success. It snothes the '11 I8 PI (091)1 ..._.............0".&................?.. .. 12U pi 219 a .., I .
'..... The hat pictured is a dainty marquis child, softens the gums, allays ail pain, ,1 433p .. ...__??.. ...R.-.ck.I.>lge-.........._. .. ,12 30 I' 216a i

A new adaptation of broderie an- cures l > 112Uial i 54p' .?..?.,...?.Yt'lb..nrl:6..... ......_. .. 11 {JI&t 131& :2 !
ingly trimmed with garlands of roses diarrhoea. It will) relieve the poor C 12 51 a', 5 37 p'' ., ?.-...--Srbastian.-... ; .. "' '11 U& 512: 51 a .... !,
, ,gtaise is a single row of eyelet holes and bows of dark blue velvet A white I it tie sufferer immwliately. Sold by druggists .- 1 33 al I 6 29 ......?...._..bt. Ltt'.ie....._.-......_?.. .. "'j\J 12: &IU OUm l
edged with pointed scallops, the whole in of the world. 1 5511. 6 4.7; PI" _.._......Fort Pleree__._._ IlIi a 65 p Nt' 'I'e.
bird of paradise effectively placed at every part Twenty- 218 a. 'IllS ......_....._...TlbhKl'.........._........ .. 1130 a'll 22 p0 t.iU ; .
narrow edging shaped in crescents that one side of the hat gives height and five cents a bottle. Be FUle and ask for 2 23 1121 p1 ......_......_.Edrn......_.?.._ .. 3'5a1111gp: f-
> Join by their tips. This trimming is "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and 22"1\1 7 11 1 ...???...._..J'.n"fm ...._....??_ .. 9 .lall
I beauty to the whole creation. take other kind.! C l) 233 a 728 PI .. ....._..._..._Stuart_........?._. .. 911 o.ll!
:" used for outlining yokes and ruffles. JUDIC CHOLLET. Tio : 3oea' 7aop .. ... -.....-.. HobeSund............... .. I 8 --)a.ll 0 131''I"
!t; Collar and cuff sets are fascinating +J 327a1S14p' .... ...-..........West Juplt..r.......?_. .. S21a l) 'I""
O.a.S-XWOR.A. ) 4 04 a 1 Ii 11'; .West Palm Beach_ ...._.. I 'I 49 1\ 9
fi and grow deeper and more elaborate 4 32a 914 .p ... ...----..?_I3oyntnn ............ .. 7211 9 _"-
.1 each day. Blind and openwork embroidery TRAIN AND TRACK. Beare the I Have Always &ugIdBfgutue '"" 4 42 19,1 28 I p'J ... ..._ ??..._Dt'lrlly......._..?..?_??? .. 71')a 9 08 P (.):J s -
!!. ctl' 0 5 37a 1\1 :.II 1'1 f ._.?...?..Ft.11.lertlaic. .......... .. 6 Iii a 8 ISP (
: ; light and heavy; laces all play .# CO 646a103i '; .... .......____ Danla.....?._..__? .. 610a 806p V t:
'f),: prominent parts in their making. In According to the Interstate commerce of ia r/1/ 15S a110: U pi .. ?.__?.?..HaUlibdalc_..._.?.?... .. 5 583 'I 51 II I,
6 2& &!11 0'1..i. .............. Lem.n City .._.._.... 1\ 34 a, 7 29 P j.
', some of the prettiest sets bits of Japa- commission, 1,220 railroads have 327.- 8 33a11' 1311 Ar ....... .....?.?. l1aIDJ_.....?....._?? L. 5 2.a,, 7 20p 1 i '
nese drawn work Is introduced. 851 stockholders.In !!

, The dainty parasol illustrated is of South Australia It costs the rail- "-i Dally. I i-I HOMESTEAD EXTENSION I Dally 1. 3El. i.;

1 white taffeta silk. The edge is elaborately way companies $80,000 a year to keep Chamberlain'sCOLIC. ann. i :sun. .<

; frilled with chiffon,, and four motifs their lines free from vegetation of va- 6isa .= l.c ... ......_lllamL ...... : Ar ::
f\;.'..- of black lace are appliqued on the rious kinds. CHOLERA AND 8 boa' ....... A.r ...... ....._..HuIDcILt.a'l.' ._....-........ Lv -.... i, 3 5oop 43p
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: sunshade with good effect Gigantic locomotives of entirely new {
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a JUDIC CHOLLET. design are being introduced experimen- Diarrhea RemedyA NO.Z31..0Z1''" 19No.17 No.SS o.ZOjNo.2IHo.2t .
\ MAY PORT No 18
BRANCH.
Dally Sunday Sunday Sunday Dally
tally for the summer traffic on both the Only Ex Sun Sunday SundaJI Daily tEaSun
Only. Only.
Daily. Only 'EIs.ia.
r The Pint east and west coast routes from Lon- onlf'l
Bayonet. few doses of this remedy will '
. .00 P 8 45.p ; au; 9 3lJ a 900 alL"f .??_..Joc\'IOnviIJli..._ AI' 330a. I'iiP '
y; The bayonet was invented in 1323 by don to Scotland. invariably cure an ordinary attack e08p 65ip Ju8p 9asa: 9 Oila'A.r __So). Ja.k9..n.1Ilt..._. Lv 822 a 11 62 n' 545p 37 107 -
r a woman of Bayonne, and the use of Out of the fifty-four municipal street diarrhea. 140 p 7 24 J) 2 4.01',10 1\1 a, 9 29 al" ?._Pablo E.'ach..._ ., 7 50 a 11 20 al 5 05 I P 4 35 p P t
' o n 1 29 2 Up 1015 a' 9 _._,.AUa.tJt! Bcach ._ d ,
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this weapon was at first strongly.rep- railroads in the United Kingdom in epidemics T 00 l' 145p' :f au p 10 30 p.IO --... 1afJoOrL.........,, 7 30 all 00 al 4 Up 415 430 P
robatrd by military authorities. The 1904 nineteen showed a deficit, twelve of dysentery with perfect P j ,

-4 ;first battle in which a bayonet charge made a profit of less than $5,000 thir- success.It can. always be dependedupon PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL SIEAMSBT CONNECTIONS AT MIAE ,

lectfftl the fate of the day was that at teen a profit of between $5,000 and even in the more severe ;

t .E Xeen, : den in 1633. $50,000 and ten a profit of over $;OOOO. attacks of cramp colio and cholera
morbus. Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company For ,

Indigestion. Baseball Players and Foot Racers. It is equally successful for
HAVANA AND KEY
WEST. 'ii
VYSU) its companions, heart burn, flatuientv. Louis J. Kruger ex-chainpinn long dis summer diarrhea and cholera

toipidity of the Ih'er. constipation tance foot racer of Germany and Holland, infantnm in children and is the

palpiUttou of the heart, poor blood, bead writes.pct. 27, 1001: "During! my train- means saving the lives of many These Time TAbl"w show the times at which tralna maT beezpeated: to arrive assnd depart ,
ache ><.,d I other ner\'oU8symplolUs, sallow ing of eight weeks' foot rawa Rt Salt Lake children each year. fr'-m the several .tan.nsbuttheir arrival or departure the times stated fa 110'4 : ;}
nor 11 this Company to lid held reapol131blo for
'Ft skin, inui tongue, offensive breath and a City in April last, I used BalUr.l'a Snow When reduced with water and any dotsyeoranr conaoqU8DC arising Uleretrom
ltbn lot other ailments, is at once the Liniment to my greakst satisfaction sweetened it is pleasant to take.

}, : most,+ .h-tpread and destructive malady Therefore I highly recounind Snow Every man of a family should EffM-IIVf Jllextension. 10a t S'Ie May port branch and Homestead

k i amoi.g the American people. The Herhir.e Liniment to all who are tnuihled will keep this remedy in his home. !tm\\ B i i. '., .!. .... ,t' ,'.!.hanwl. additional tra'us being put into
' will Buy it now. It save life. service bftwier \1 \ i 'J" i h -.-rvice between Miami and
all
tr Ument- cure these troules. sprains, bruises or rheoniati"'u." 25c50c may Homestead ...
M:. bottle Sold by Red Cross and $1.00. Sold by Red rots Pharmacy PRICE 25c. LARGE SIZE 50c. being ml" p l t :j'4' ";1y ii"e.tt Km-Miami 8 a. m., and letumuig leave .
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COM ERCIAL. Manama, ::canal works,, recommemia.tion .
:--" .. ,Over 100 clergymen,the Church of All"Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good are but ;
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." :the ,Jn p rt tlon''ot'Ch1nese'ta.- England have circulated a statement Experiments thai trifle with and endanger the health of -
N1w:Brood In Equitablt.r'directory advocating the right of the new schoolof '
Infants and ChIldren-Experience against Experi nent.
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,:!! ., Equitable! nesewill.do: the work that residents of :
Llle Assurance: : eoelety.to. represent" the_ United.States cannot and'will not' of the English church.. They want '

ntbettlterest; of:,the, policy:holders,.were do.. --w 1 I churchmen to receive, authoritative en What is CASTORIA H. :
couragement to'face critical problems' '
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meeting. 125,700 a YtiiFt.abor Graft. I of ,the :New Testament with entire '
substitute
June Castoria is a harmless for Castor Ofl, Paregor'i *
;:!|bad; _28, on recommendation oftiDetritateesiftpeRyan The Chicago grand,Jury has received ,candor. They,express confidence that ,' Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant It .
h| : controlling in- evidence that one concern,:the Illinois the fchurch of the 'future will stand :

''. itwwt.Cleveland, ,O'Brien; and West' prick company, paid 12X700 in 1904 "upon the spiritual foundation to contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic

:"tt-|lnghbuse., At the same time the resigjnatlon3 for what;was known the'labOrfnnd., which Christian experience.'and the substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms

./: -\pf' twenty-one of ,the old dIr Chairman>l. Weber, of tlje auditing' comnittee creed of the church bear testimony. ,and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind "

yectorii)'.. .' ,;,'"+"Were" accepted.. The: new dlFWcton testified that the money had Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation J

,_P we all policy holders.; :5 *I been paid to certain union offidals.LEGALCRIMINAL. and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the :

J.In ajlongUetter; to the"boatd.Jame, s 1- SCIENTIFICProfessor I Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. ,

_'";I iH.:,Hyde protests" IDSt'the report of I The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. j

r Superintendent.Hendrtcks in so far as : I Hilprecht Vindicated.The ," I

JtSt.3Cdects'upon: ; the'memoryof his faa -. board of trustees of the University -
"rJf..ther.' 'He denies thai= ,GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS i
the
$ : safe deposit ,Union Label UntonstitutionaXThe : of Pennsylvania has adopted #
,lr' Companies, were devised by nis; father :New Jersey cOurt of error and unanimously the report of the commit. c .. 'I

%?&for pereonal'gain. He'claims that all appeals has decided, in:the case of the : tee appointed' investigate the charges :Bears the Signature of ,;

tf threevof.the'aafe.deposit leases" were In Clgarmakers' International Union of : affecting the integrity of Dr. HermanV. i

ratfsterice before the elder Hyde subcribed".for -' America against William H. Goldbergof Hilprecht. the Clarke 'professor of

|?: and toot'stoek 0 In:them atzlt Newark that"the union label law is Assyriology and professor of Semitic

: great iiersoiial'risk. ,Prior to this 'f or-, unconstitutional,The Clgarmakers' union philology and archaeology. The three \ -

d; m'". President -Alexander surrendered sued Goldberg for using counter main, accusations were literary dishonesty -

_ i$05,000..! said tQ.I have been the proceeds felt union labels on cigar boxes. Judg- improper retention of nniversity ,

,'of syndicate operations., ment,was granted. .by the, .lower courts propertyand '
J.Iif,1f.r. pyde later resigned as cl1af.rman'jfl but now the court of error and appeals that the so The Kind You Have Always Bought

fof the executive committee Morton invalidates the label law because it called Nippur

_a{ lsueeeedlog him. purports to empower ,the, party Injuredby tablet library ..
In Use For Over 30 Years.
t:Eiiglish Newspapers In Europe. a violation of the statute to fix the had no just <

>t. '. ;.Prank-A. Munsey, who, recently re- amount of the" penalty which was to be claim to be called THC ccimun coMmiNV. n MUHHAT STRECT. Mtw YOM em. ,
exacted 'In addition to full compensation temple lIbrary L .
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; turned\ from Europe, Is authority for a '" '
,
'';rte the, statement that Ha.insworth, the for'injury suffered. Counsel. for 'r''; Dr. Hil I : T

t ;English newspaper 'man, Is; about to the union says that. the case will be precht In his defense ,t

beginthe publication of a chain of pa- appealed to the'supreme court.: admittedthat .

t.: ."pera In, Berlin, St Petersburg,' Naples New Standard Oil Charge. '*" he did intend DO.. YOU WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THE :

1; and Brussels with one press ferric': President J. M. Guffey of the. Gulf to'Indicatehis 3

-and all printed In English., Refining 011 .company' Texas, who is belief that

't. Eighteen Hour'Train Restored. widely known as the wealthy leader ?I1 OJ the objects described EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? c
In his .
The Twentieth Cel\tury.l1mlted eighteen of the Pennsylvania Democracy, filed ,1 ;

hour service between.New with the. Interstate commerce commis- /:: W won "Exploraw -
express : Fruit and 1
In Bible Especially regarding Growing,Trucking
-i sion, June 28 a complaint against the
'York and Chicago on the New York :7" Lands" atone General Farming? If so, subscribe for the.......... '
} Central system was restored June 26. Illinois Central, Louisville: and Nashville .",

',' after ;having,been discontinued a few and several other southern rail- fit time formed .1 FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER
Part of a library }
road companies, charging them with Dr. H. V. Hilprecht.
4 days on account of the Mentor wreck at
combination with existing
having entered into a
t. Western traffic officials' objected to tie the Standard Oil by which Nippur but that he did not attempt to PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM. i -

ti abandonment of, the new.train and; the latter gets a monopoly company of the oil Industry state'at what time the objects used for ISSUED OXCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE.
.2 President Newman issued a statement ADDRESS 4}
by discriminating rates. He alleges instruction were excavated, found or
_% saying that, investigation had shown that rates oil are almost purchased and that if any one received r
on now
Editor MIAMI FLORIDA.
E Y. BLACKMAN
not due to the .
that the accident was such he ,
t double those of products shipped south an impression never i

speed,of the train. and that this prevents operators in gave or intended to give it. The committee ,

.r' Big Failure In Chicago. Texas and 'Louisiana from doing busi- maintains that the vast work a

The failure of Knigat Donnelly & ness with northern points. It is claimed of many years done by Uilprecht: in John Stetson UniversityDE

"! 'Co., the Chicago firm which went into that southwestern fields now pro- his chosen field remains unchallenged.

:'2 the hands
o4 r exceeding 3,000.000; while the over halt of the country's entire output The committee believes that the
: i //assets may equal $2,500,000. doubt as to the value of the library Affiliated With The University of Chicago H i

has other foundation than
no Impa-
t Curb Broker Roped In. Indicted.
f Beef Barons tience because publication of the results COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS:"'The standards are those of the University of Chicago. .
1 The stockbrokers who for many Eighteen of the principal proprietorsand Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and Ch l'ago. .11i
the
of several expeditions has not
1; 'years have been in the, habit of conducting -, officers of the five big Chicago COLLEGE OF LA\Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law ia Florida
been made.
'l their operations in Broads packing houses, including the Swifts, yet without examination. r 2

; street outside of the New York Stock Cudahys and Morrises, were Indictedby Eclipse Expedition! Starts. COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY-Mechanical, Civil. Electrical Engineering and Manual

'f i Exchange, what is known as the curb the federal grand jury at Chicago The astronomical expedition under Training( courses leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment. i r

_rp market,. have been herded within a on July 1.Georgia the auspices of the American government COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Book-keeping by best methods. .
> ,1roped- Elective courses open in other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.HtEPARATORY .
of Police Commissioner to observe the total eclipse of the
3 area by'order Mob Lynches Eight.
Y ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard, Yale, Princeton
t McAdoo with a view to facilItating Early on the morning of June 29, at sun Aug. 30 sailed June 27 on the cruiser Cornell Michigan, Chicago and ail first class Colleges. ,

:y the traffic on the street. This Watkinsvllle, Ga., a mob of 100 armed Dixie from, Philadelphia for, Algeria: NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-1. Kindergarten in its own building. 2. Primary t
; gives the curb brokers a fixed status and masked men broke into the jail The expedition U under the command and Grammar School in separate' building. This School especially prepares Public School I Ieachers. 9V"

where they can befree from interference and took out nine prisoners shooting of Admiral Chester. The points of. observation I .
The brokers are MUSIC SCHOOL-A $10,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos,separate building, large faculty ti
and annoyance. eight of"them to death within 200 will be within a mile of the ofstuay -
thorough courses !
ifr y r seeking permission to erect an awning'during yards of the jail Seven of the vic- axis of the sun's path where the ther- ART SCHOOL-New studio. Costly casts models, etc. '
the hot weather. and white mometer registers from I'M to 130 de ;
tims were negroes one a
s Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold degrees from the University
.- man. The ninth escaped death by grees. From Gibraltar the expeditionwill of Chicago, Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Bryn '
dropping as If killed at the first volley, be divided into three parties and Mawr, Bucknell, University Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over si3oo,000.00
f LABOR $ in buildings and equipment nearly a quarter million dollar endowment an endowed
w the mob being deceived. The cause of conveyed on American warships to the ; ; 1
library of over 13,000 volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings, including stained 4
the lynching was alleged to have beenon different points of observation for fear glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a 10000.00 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus; x
(- Iron 'Worker Strike. account of an attempt of one of the that the sun may be overshadowed at an enclosed athletic field, running track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, besides i i,
A general strike order against the : negroes to assault a white woman at one point by a cloud. ; swimming, golf rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women; five 'f , J large laboratories far Chemistry Physics, Bacteriology, Minerology and Biology; several 1
of Har- .
: last
? Pennsylvania Steel company her home near the town one day ., large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells, steam heat, cement walks, shell ; .
rUburg, Pa., was issued by the Inter- week. The mob spirit was further roads; broad avenues, spacious campus shrubbery and trees; social literary, musical and other "
i national Association of Structural IronWorkers heightened by the recent murder of an ("'|vJ. If;you want to get the t student clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location is ;:-
: L "* biggest returns for a ';t.ri'&
fir ; ? beautiful and healthful, and the expenses are low.
work on ,
t June 27. All men at aged couple in that vicinity., .:jiJitfTb.V your labor and For catalogs, views folders and information, address the President, ; ,
'steel construction for which this company Taft Criticises Criminal Law. J.-SJ-is&} your ground, I I)
material recalled "*.ijS'W: you can't afford LINCOLN; 1IULLEY A. M. Ph. D. Deland Fla :
the ,
Jiad supplied the t but .
t In an address before graduatingclass w:, *:J f to pi&nt anytbiDg -
out. The order was due to the of the Yale !law school Secretaryof t

Ia Act that nonunion men had been employed War Taft amplified and confirmed iPERRYSEEDS 5 ,
of viaduct
( in the manufacture his views on the administration of

?'e structural material.' An had offer previously to arbitrate criminal law as stated at the Miami SBABDA'RDAIRLINE )j

-c the difficulties commencement two or three weeks
'
Buchanan
submitted by President the abusesto siautlard after 49 "
been ago. lie charged existing years' "
of the association. The strike affects the rigid adherence to technicalities.In ith Tbry iar! tst always and Burtet produce RAILWAY- t' 1 .

'the Blackweirs Island bridge, New general he condemned the leniencyof ') S. All dealer*Mil i
.
at Ha- Jii, tbeni. Oar 19 5 -FOR-
4' York; the Pennsylvania bridge the Judiciary toward offenders and Seed Annual ,. .
: .vre de Grace Md.; the Memorial bridge said that too much leniency and delayof free on request I "
*;. subway and .D.M.FERRY "CO. Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
Boston ,
Washington the Justice lead to mob violence. Incidentally CETfiOIT MICH.

x several large Maine contracts. he expressed the opinion that Richmond, Washington, Baltimore. ""u '

Strike at Eric Basin.xl trial by Jury has proved a failure in

i On 'account of the refusal of the ErieBasin Porto Rico. 50 YEARS' Philadelphia, New York l'i
of Brooklyn EXPERIENCE ,
Dry Dock company

w to accede to the demauds of theIr employees I RELIGIOUSMrs. I TWO ELEGANT: TRAINS: : DAILY. i
for increased wages 000 rivets -

ers'and boilermakers of the company struck last had week.made Eddy Agftinsf Peace Prayer. j SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL 1 :

The officers ,
Importation of The Rev. Mary Baker G, Eddy,
arrangements for the
Philadelphia founder of the Christian Science .
mechanics from TRADE MARKS
100 skilled MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
., but these men refused to work church has issued from her home at DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS

talking with the strikers, About Concord, N. H., the following request: Ac. I
after Anyone sending a Ibltcb and marqutckl'
' are employed by the com- "That the members of my church ascertain our pmlon deealotlon an ONLY LINE
2,000 men IlTention is probably paten table. Commnnica ,
de-
the
r pany. President Dickey said cease special prayer for the peace of tiona strictly confidential. ldandbookonPatents. Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaii3.
tent free. Oldest agency for securing.JI&tent&
they
first, because and cease in full faith that
; mands were refused, nations Patenu taken tbrowD Hum & Co. recelretpteial
; were more than any other concern God does not hear our prayers only uattti, without charge;In toe ,

y fi paying and second because they could because of, oft speaking, but that he Scientific flmerkan. For fall information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, orwrite

agreement with an irre- will bless all the inhabitants of the ] to
not make an A han4 ojnelyllln trmt d weekly. Largest dr
body of men. earth and 'none can stay his hand eolation of any dentlflo ioornaL. '1'erma.fj A A. 0. MAC DONELL, S. C. BOYL TO Jr. ti

a eponsible Chinese May Dig the Canal. none say unto him What doest thou rOut : Pi=U newsdeayare.IiN1I Tf Asst. General Passenger Agent, Paseenger Agent.: ;

{ :-According to a report received by a 'of his allness he must"bless all Branca 8t.wax!ngt Do JACKSONVILLE, FLA I .
leader from a with his own truth and love. '
'Plttshurg labor union ) -.
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,,".,.s: :; ,y'Y4J., t.rj ', "".'. J1QI&1IO. ,, '= i"t,.,-7; <> line of district to be:cleared o1f'and '
';: : ; cbiaiilerlialnp., and .Oldest
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'1' ., ,:& ; -''' ,eras ; .Qo1M .The lawn'about the 'residence of G.. F. kept in first, class condition,:v. Bankon: the ,Rirer.

-." >'.r.!.w! .-;: r- -.;.,...:.idsgar',on the Fonrth,a! manj spending Paddison. is the finest in town WAD DISTRICT- NO. 2. Exchange Bought and Sdld. on All -' J
t>llW 1 k : '- ; '
_ -< : ;5. -- ,tbe'Soliday
,, .* e iUd bars'S beveiytbinAf ; 8'.i ';' ,peeping up public:road from ,
: ;: *" .. "'" J. iD shape for boafneas.Major '" appreciated. Prompt service
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i ;' .. ind l nMr at the hotel' ,donned air of commissioners district to.' treatment and faToreonaistent
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has
H. L. Jordan (the
t 'c J"I"Y" one o limit of the town of Eau Gallic to be r '
conservative banking granted.COKKESPONDENTS .
1lJfIFii'7 ; theirlevening-attire, : ; repaired.to the aunt patches of:sweet. potatoes in town. of brush andp weeds three times a'
'Y-- ,ball room", where.they eoaJd :not eit still; ataistained a*a first class road. : : 4 i
1 ,-:' :Wedding. bells will. ling shortly in Mel' Empire Trust Company, N. Y. Florida
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f\ the lovely manic compelling them to join CONTRACT,:HO. 3.
: bOurne. A Trust Company,JacksonvineFla.TITUSVILLE.
't : cierry dancers ilibough .almost in'a Keeping UI the public road from -
-lf ', ., the ", E.'B.:Taylor has added a new.' surrey of read north of E.M.Whaley's place FLORIDA '
"_ storktehb&tb; 1% JvFortReceal8odrew __ .. rit'a Island to south ead of public ro&d ,
It. ""' and also a.lumber wagon to his livery i .'I'M ..
; of island. This road to be worked twice ,
some pur young : --
ft:5J' :; :. Albert Mather's home in Ean yc
; ''' : : ? Nine feet wide.
_ r.4.:1' posy to view: ,Sk facie county, and to in- 3allie shows and thrift: '
great enterprise CONTRACT NO. 4. PENNEY & BRANNING ITf
:it k : ,... pect.how they about enjoyinj{them- Hia orange ,trees;are among, the best in 'Keeping up public road beginning ,

:!> _stashes there,_ attending! everything= ,-'and the town for their DeSoto hammock to south end of .
t age.
= had .- .time and'''pronounced the Hales hammock including the road TITUSVILLE
It,).f.\ 1-,:., a good,< 0",; r Canaveral to the light house the ,
r- it ".; 'parade well gotten"np.: GnftUy it Demand. worked twice a year; eight feet wide.

.' g :> The majorityiof: .oar;'people have gone Nothing is ,'more in demand than a DISTRICT NO. 3.

Pit "i f .:. 'on'a holiday,,but the ,few 'remaining attend medicine which meets- modern require- CONTRACT SO. 5., Fashionable ClothierS I IGents' \
[ : ments for a blood and system cleanser,
: o to etc. Orange trees looking
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'K..f [ 7 c.; groves each as Dr.King'a New Life Pills., .Theyare New road to be opened, beginning
e il : .well after,the-refreshing ebowers 'whi h stomach southwest corner of Mr. Metcalf land.
what need
to
just you care Mebonrne thence east to bank of
:- :. : : ',, we have bad almost daily' for.some. tlme.c and liver troubles.. Try them. At Red river thence southeasterly along

), .A' ... Indianolaites, ,always'open to, embrace Cross Pharmacy, 25e guaranteed. bank at safe distance from the bluff aid FnrDishers 1
< ;c' is 11m- \_"....,. 'r, 'all opportunities- -tb,have a little en- of north_,n Mrs._ bank__Margaret__ of n a_branch__Goode__,_north_n thence__of_. the___ ._' '

.'< .;.'joymoit, attending. .ill the, dances in MELBOURNE. bank of branch to spring at its source r- -- u
Delightful summer showers now southerly to the river bank, thence
neighboring towns tripe to beach, withft" daily
river bank.safe distance therefrom The Queen Quality Shoe for ladles |is the
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for short time the air and making
sor'al calls the a cooling -
and making
quiet games,. line of Mrs. B. E. Minor's land most stylish and durable in the world. Is .
S evenings pass'pleasantly: one feel refreshed, as well as makicg along said land to the northwest
,K ': i finite and flowers grow. land thence southerly along addition ire keep the famous Edwin Clapp and t

.i /; Beautify'yonf. complexion with little )lr. T.Roy Puckett, proprietor of theCocoaand to to south present corner road.of her Said orange contract grove to, Crossett Shoes. All high; class goods to be .

;t ,coat.. If you wish a smooth, clear, cream- 1
News in Melbourne cost of building .
bridges.
complexion, rosy cheeks, laughing Rockledge ;was "'- : found here. Manhattan Shirts, E. & W.CoI-

g ; .' eyes, take Hollistera Rocky Mountain last Saturday shaking hands with CONTRACT No.6. lars; Stetson and linox Hats. 3
Tea the greatest beautifier known.., 35 old friends, and looking after business Seeping up the public road from
to Melbourne, said road to be
.;; d Cents\ :Ask. your druggist interests in this section. '. first class: road.

( :TROPIC. Our fishermen report business good. CONTRACT SO. 7. ieeiz Anything and everything else that
Mrs. ,Smith McFarland arrived here Keeping up the public road from
'" Mr. Ensey paid a flying visit to :Miami corner of.grove of Mrs. B. E. Minor to e z
". Saturday,from Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. ,m bob iem
meD wear t
't'; and places, south last week, returning I street, Malabar to be kept up as a p
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Mt 'lo't'tonare pow al borne to Irienis in I road. '."
: Saturday. ..
;; the Metcalf house on Front street COST8ACT No.8. MAIL OBDEBS SPEdllLT SOUGHED,
pis :. Mrs. S. V, Jones, of Narrows, is here, Road from Chas. Bolton's to
.a (and will .stop, indefinitely with her Melbourne has one .of the, neatest and ,Grant to be kept up as a first class

F -, 1.daughter, She has best kept depots on the east coast. Mr. I CONTRACT NO. 9.Road SAN MATEO CIGARSHave
Marshall W. Kyle,' our operator and agent, is a from Grant to Micro to be
f'J-: placed her son, in school here.
4', most obliging gentlemen. He never a first class road.COXTBAdt. '
Mrs. Schofield, our, teacher, took ad. X
I SO. 10.
fails to attend to business, and keeps Made a S :
vantage of excursion rates and spent last : Road from Eau Galhe to Bovine as
week with her family in Miami. School everything neat and clean. class road, and from Bovine to Reputation .P
; Invitations are out to the wedding of mound as'a fourth class road.
was resumed Monday both teacher and of Their Own.
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Mattie Lee Brown to Mr. Chester A. ROAD DISTRICT NO. 4.cosxaAcr .
1. pupils being rested by the vacation.- Stephens, Wednesday evening, July 26, NO. 1L The success of the San Mateo Cigar f 1
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'f who hurt does
Mr. Mathers was not
at 9 p. m., Methodist Episcopal church; Road from Sharpes to north limit is one of the greatest triumphsof
; seem to improve very much. to be kept as a first class road.
the East Coast since the freeze.
Melbourne. Miss Brown is one of Melbourne's "
tY Mr. G. F. Ensey spent Tuesday in COSTBACT NO. 12.
: Titusville. most charming young ladies!, Road from south limit of Cocoa Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the .J

.' and Mr. Stephens is to be congratulatedon limit of district No. 4, to be kept as Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East i
{\;- t. Mrs:.McJnnkin spent the holiday week winning so fair a bride. v class road. Coast plantations, the cigar industry of the world has never produced a better article. 1I

t : ";. '%, with relatives in vicinity of Narrows.. Mrs. Burkhardt. of Miami, has been ROAD DISTRICT NO. 5.coxtnic'r I For sale by all the leading: hotels and clubs and by the Union News Company I;
Mrs. and children i on train entering Florida. ,
Mathers every
L. spent
Y the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Singleton NO. 13. I

'last- week at Narrows. at the West place for the past week. Mrs. Keeping in repairs the road Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from. .J
._'{ visited Cocoa limits of Titusville to end of shell
Mrs. Campbell r Tuesday. Singleton, Misa Singleton and Mrs. Burk Mima. Old ruts in the marled or a"'l Manufactured by S. W. ROWLEY, San Mateo, Fla. J
y Some of'our folks spent the Fourth hardt left on-Tuesday for a visit with parts, and the tracks formed by horses
in Titusville others enjoyed, a trip to relatives in Jacksonville. often ing to as be needed.filled np and kept in good ---- ------ -- i

Oceanus beach. ,Mr. Seth Rodes went to St. Augustineto CONTRACT NO. 14.
't. Mr. C. E. Caves and family left for a SCREENS :
accept a position offered to him on the Road from Minis to six mile
visit of eeveral months to middle,Florida. Florida East Coast railroad. His happyface' kept as a third class road. Public _=-D' -'" -
&'
We were sorry to lose them, as it took six mile creek to Volusia county (
# ) missed from among our young Cabbage slough), the old Enterprise
four children from school. people now. be kept as a fourth class road. For doors and windows
Jones and wife of'Narrows
: t Mr. J. ,
Mr. R. A. Conk ling keeps our market < <
;. f Mrs.Cail, of Orchid and ,Mr. T. Jones, How's This
well supplied with fresh fruits and vegetables covered with any wire.
-i of Miami pent several days with their We offer Oue Hundred Dollars ..
the round.
year any case of catarrh that cannot be ; ,
.y sister Mrs. McJunkin.
; Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. .
Miss.Gertrude .Jones has returned to Sickening Shivering Fits J. CHEN EY & Co., Props.. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY co.,
We the undersigned have known F.
: her home in Eau Gallic Of and malaria be relieved
due can i for the last 15 and believe
ne> years Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.
us .
tFr = and cured with Electric Bitters. This is sonally honorable in all business

: Where are you sick? Headache, foul a pure tonic medicine, of special benefit and financially able to carry out any Eau Gallie, Florida.
tongue, no appetite, lack energy pain in in malaria, for it exerts a true curative tions made by their firm.
your stomach constipation. Hoi lister' influence on the disease, driving it entirely WEST & TRUAX, --- ,1

:', Rocky Mountain Tea will make you well out of the system. It is much to Wholesale WALDIN,Druggists KINNAX,& } J. E.WALKER. H. R MACE
and keep you well. 35 cents. Ask your be preferred to quinine, having none of Wholesale Druggists,
>, this bad effects. ,E S. Mun-
druggist. drug's after Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
day Henrietta, Tex., writes: "My ing directly upon the blood and ,
t EAU GALLIK. Brother was very low with malarial fever faces of the system. Price, 75c.

Daily showers in this district for the and jaundice, till he took Electric Bitters Sold by all druggists. Testimonials! Titusville, Fla.,
Halls Pills the best. a
whIch laved his life. At Red Cross Family are
past week. Ph rllla'Y. Price SOc., guaranteed.
; '. Sweet potatoes being set out. Melons
To "Pile AKOlT.*' !
on : DRY GOODS
]
Ala
about over for the Sf8SO'l'A V'enesaela.Venezuela To "pile; ou agony" Is i

jolly, dance at the. Inn on Saturday means "Little Venice. posed to be an Ainvrlcauism. ,
The early explorers found the nativesliving
ti night. however found in one of the
in houses placed on piles in the
r John Ferguson is now on the steamer Charlotte Brouto and was used
} marshes. CLOTHING
Canaveral. lish popular literature before the .

1' .Alex. Near, the well diiver-, is again A Grim Tragedy ning of the last C"'nhl1'Ayers\. fF

h ready for business. Is daily enacted in thousands of homes
9Q death, claims, in each one, another vic- J
Capt. Bennett's garden is still well GENTS'
tim of consumption or pneumonia, but FURNISHINGS
f
. ; filled with vegetables. when coughs and" colds are properly

; The East Coast Fish company have a treated, the\ tragedy is averted. F. G.

4 fine fleet of boats at this point. Huntley, of Oaklahdon, Ind., writes: ''IMILLINER 1
4 Florida Fish and Produce company hactwo "My wife, had the consumption and three' 'SHOES
doctors gave her up. Finally she took L _
e1 4' launches on Hodgson's ways this Dr. Kill 'S New Discovery for Consumption

'i.. C. G. Redstone is building a launch for and today she is't'll and strong." It can depend on i''

his own use. kills the genus of all diseases. One dosenlinves. Hair Vigor to restore
Guaranteed at 5Oc. and fl.OO hair '
1 V. Volker has bought out C. G. Redtone's by Red Cross Pharmacy. Trial bottle your gray every fF ]
Follow directions and it
interest in a ,launch, and is now free.

sole owner of a fast boat. fails to do this work. It
Weekly Weather Report. FDRNITDBE.
K: Mrs. Treutler is having a boat house 4We i
P.8.DXPABTMXNT OF AGRICULTURE WEATHSS -
BBBKAU. Hair

xf JUPITER, FLA., July 11. 1905. .... ::: ;;; .;."';; ; : : /- t'
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CONTINUEThose Comparative statement of temperaturesand

June rainfall 20, 1905 for the week ending Tuesday, 1I I fallingof hair! ,also.! want your patronage. '

who are graining flesh 1905 1904 great satisfaction in
4irr.p and strength by regular treat DAT*. MAX. Mil*. JfAX. KIl Our aim is to please YOU.
roc ment with July. 5. 91 75 88 78 you are not going to be

Scott's Emulsion' 6. 87 73 86 79 pointed. Isn't that so? New, Up.to.DateGoods in 1
every >
exy, ; 7. 86 75 87 78 ,{
)_ '' should continue the treatment 8. 83 74 87 77 "My balr faded until tt was about Line.
took ]ut our bottle of Ayers Hair
In hot "
weather
smaller dose
: 9. 86 75 88 75 ,
restore it to its former dark rich color.
and a little cool milk with It will 10. 85 77 87 73 Hair Vigor certainly does' what you ji I
do away with any objection "it 86 75 86 it."-A. Jl. OGGA3.Kockiugham,Ji. Mail orders receive prompt
which is attached to fatty pro 72 and
ducts during the heated Total rainfall for the week. 3.06 in. fl.00 a bottle. j.c.A
season.Send Departure rainfall for the week plus 1.87 All druggist: *. for Lowen. careful attention. 1
4: for fret ramphrte inches. ,
SCOTT &: BOWNE Chemists. Departure rainfall since Jan. lat.1905 minus l+

-p 409 1} Pearl;oc.and Street'1-00, ; aD drapL New York 4.91 inches. H. P.HA&Dlk, Fading JOHN R. WALKER & CO T1tuSYlieFlk '

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