The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00322
 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 21, 1905
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: UF00075901:00322
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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isr wCintiy.Ereita. pf he PreMntfPotfcwyrt :Woel pines to: Matter Pf Interest That ,Ar* Happening : We have a large quantity of goods Brief Mention of .Wfat IB Ooiag Oa In Z

.- .IB Brief.' markets,Tbey are now giving' their "* Around Town which' it is necessary to dispose of to and About Tlturille. '1 .
attention to the of lima
.. K, jj--MrL..A. Brady.left the latter.part of shipping 'Morgan. Walton. have, a new display make room. for our fall stock. If yon 'Mr and Mrs. B. W. Jerome, of! New ::
i ;.Mart week;to.join'Mrs..Brady at Marietta, This season's,pineapple' .crop from Dade ad. for their fire insurance business this wish to boy dry,goods at cost, and some London Conn.:, are now spending the .

'i',>" ;f, .....''Y'J r county has about' ad gone :to,'market week on page4. ':. at less than, cost, now is your opportunity.By summer,at Suffield, Conn. ,' '

"" '1.1fJttit": ;: t"Jadg' M.,S.:Jones left Sunday to hold There is promise of small, late crop, butt Mr. Oscar Stewajtjrspending a day or I the way, we have just received by Mr. F. W. Munson and ,eon, of Georg- .t;.

-Jki l*) a'special term'-of circuit court for,Dade will probably not amount.. ucb.- so at ;Bonaventore this'"week,' lookingafter express some ladies' white, silk girdles iana, stopped here Tuesday on their way '
Palm Beach News." belts made of the best of satin
( ), quality
;nntyatMiaroi. ; : his:orange grove:, to Norfolkrand points in Virginia._ it..
J .Tbe .Miami Metropolis fodder fs taffeta, worth 89 cents for 69 cents.
.:. : ,. "Mr.and. ; Mra Henry\Benecke. ,'oft Bat ; ays Mr. :.W., :W.. Berry engineer on the Miss Mary Paxton and Miss Virginia '.
A wli Also another lot sheered
being polled. large set to beautifully ,
\t ttioi creek, were in town this,..week for Sanford branch, moved his family into Hatch, from Rockledge, are in town, and, _}
worth .
sweet potatoes. Pineapples are doing $1.50 for 98 cents; also some madeof
.;-t ,fit time i in about two months the Episcopal rectory.Building; this veek.: will leave this morning for Christmas. : t
,well. Citrus trees ate vigorous, but the white linen with eyelet embroideryand '
'; ? ;. -1 party from Indianola':was'in town yield will be light Mrs, B. B. Pyles and three children, of gilded buckles for the small sum of Mr. L Thursby, of. Merrill, left for ; '_

-1! { \'yesterday, among whom pre noticed Mrs In the cocoanut section all'citrus West Palm Beach,.,have .been visiting 50c ents. New York this week, where he will spend ,

{ f tliltjtbeher sister;Miss ,Jessie Sanders; ; groves looking grove well, and the, citizensare with relatives in tow':while on their way we still have about 300 pairs of ladies' his summer vacation as is his usual cus r
.;. f. ; others.. .. to Mt.:Airy, Ga. tom. ;,
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pleased with the compliment Mr. oxfords, in elegant styles,
l :The Miami Steam Laundry has made Flagler paid that section in an'interviewin For the medicine chest or sideboard I. profit-all that we want out of them is Notwithstanding the hot weather aqd '

'i a'rMrs.CL. Collins agent. Leave work at the New York Herald. W. Harper.whiskey is pre-eminentJy"he the cost .' bright moonlight nights shipments offish ,

:t*: k :tbt'F..K, C. Grocery.., Fine work,, satisfaction 'About Sorrento, where melon ship! family whiskey-none. better. Sold, by And as for lawns, batistes and organdies from this place have been pretty p l

-!:; p- "guaranteed.: ., ments are over, the 'fruit ripened faster F..A.'Lesley and R.L.:Motlow.Mrs. we still have bunches of them. You heavy the past week. .: .

, t 'Mr.' John 'L, :tnrk, of Georgians than was expected, and laborers were ,so E. B. Wager received the ead may find any design you are looking for, Miss Flossie Taylor returned to her r ;Y*

*rl&rfH '' 'formerly keeper of the lighthouse at Cape scarce' & large part of, the crop rotted in news last Saturday of .the death of her and the price,,I assure you, could not be home in Cocoa Wednesday afternoon a

.[ Canaveral;paid Titusville a visit Tuesday the fields: I. D. 'Kennedy 'was a very sister,,'Mrs. Clayton ,Morris, which occurred duplicated.* after, spending about two weeks here with

,. .ri and Wednesday,' and.gave TusSrABa successful\grower. at berhome, near Mt Vernon, Ga. Laces and embroideries at .almost any her friend, Miss Maggie Collins. "

; : '.pleasant call Orange buying is going on to a large The business men of Titusville and the price. We have also a good; many remnants Call at Titusville Livery, at rear of ..

$.', Mr. 0. K.'Wood, of Stuart, a prominent i'k i- extent Hon. A. B.. Canter recently purchased Kid nine had'a baseball game last Friday a bargain.,ot embroideries that you can buyat Robbins law office, for stylish rigs.

% pineapple'grower-and! former old a large crop at Aubarnd le. The afternoon, while the rain did not inter. JULIUS KLISE, Leave your orders for hauling, both doable

.. t "resident of Indian river, then living i at price ranges from $1.lOto $1.25, deliveredat fere, which turned out in favor of the Titnsville Fla. and,single. J. M. Oaban, proprietor.

. Cocoa; called at,THE STAB office while in packing house. Indications are the Kid nine in a score of 5 to 2. Mr. R. L Motlow has had a set of four

,:tJ>'tt"\f'. town', on' :...Tuesday.The crop will be somewhat smaller next sea The San Mateo Fruit company had six TITUSVILLE WINS TWO GAMES: 5 foot Backus rotating fans placed in his
;;<,f"f' : metal siding on the new Masonicbuilding son. or eight crates of the Elberta peach this Titusville baseball club started out saloon this week, theSame being operatedby .

- 'will soon be completed It gives Fifty tons of mangrove bark for Cien- year that were certainly beauties, says Monday morning to play ball, and they a cute little gas engine furnished by !
the Item. of them will certainly played it to a finish with the '''
if' the edifice a' fine;external appearance, fnegos, Cuba, arson the dock at Miami, Many measure Mr. Mandaville
; "", somewhat resembling small rough blocks awaiting transportation on the Martin over nine inches one way by ten inches nines in DeLand and in ,New Smyrna. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Paddiaon and 'i

sN'. ofgranite.Dr. the other. The game with DeLand was played two daughters of Eau Gallie
ique. A large, tannery has been established came up
.'W. $. Gramiing: who was called to at Cienfnegos, the leather frdm The Miami Metropolis, of Monday, Monday afternoon' and notwithstandingthe on their launch, Wynona, Saturday to t
f J Indianola last week on_account of the ill- which is shipped direct to northern shoe says: "Senator and Mrs. F. M. Hudson excellent 'I line up of players that visit Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and

; lIf1.. nes of.his father-in-law, Mr. W. R. San factories. \ arrived in the city this morning from place had out, theTitosvilles won the family, returning home Sunday after
. : Tibbals Indian river and will make game by a score of 14 to 4. The effective j
den, returned .table home in Miami on noon.
One of the be
concrete"bridges to con
for Titusville Jim Williams
.f.o.:''. Saturday, Mr. Sanders being much.. better strutted. on the ,East Coast extension n is Miami their future borne, whenever they ,pitching too much for the DeLandites.by They William Wicking, ;of Daytona, died '
-2'-.. ,: : ,and out of danger, that between J.ong'Key and Conch Key. can find a suitable house._ 'Until they.do was Wednesday of last week of heart disease.He / .
could hit him And he able to
not was
they will be the' Mr. and Mre.Jv. .
Little.Miss Helen, Wilson, who has This structure is to be 10,500 feet 'long, W.Ives.at'OJus.guests" strike out three of their best batters in was a prominent citizen of that place, '"
"i .0' been ill for the past three .weeks, we are built of concrete with corrugated steel two three order. and an ice manufacturer. He was about
one, ,
.,.4:! ;sorry tt Mate is.very ill at,this writing, a bars, and will be the longest. bridge on The Sanford Chronicle in mentioningthe The next day a game waa played with 57 years old, and had resided in Floridafor
.,. -k torn for the worse having set! in early the extension. ball game recently played here between the New Smyrna nine which had been 24 years. He leaves a wife and two '
,,' this week. We hope a favorable turn the Sanford and Titusville nines daughters.
G. F. Smith the largest beet
: ,' probably shipped reinforced by several of the players
:, will speedily follow. says: "The Sanford boys are loud in Messrs.,K. B:Raulereon J. F. Bell and
number of watermelons from the from the DeLand nine, yet the score was -
t" Mr. C. W. Bawlinson, ot Eldred, was Jacksonville section. From one patch of their praise of the Titus ille people. still in favor of Titnsville, 8 to 4. W. R. Hardee, county commissioners! 4 3

: ?:. ,. in Titusville yesterday to attend to some five acres he shipped 12 care, realizing They say they never had a better time in ,The line up was as follows: from St. Lade. county, came up yesterday ,
their life and that the Tituaville
; t. <, important,business with Mr. F. A. Morffl something over $460 from the first two people DeLand-Yeargin, Oliphant, Kurtz, from Fort Pierce for the purpose of meeting -

; ,. gan, and from here is looking after business cars. Pineapples are continuing to move sure know how to'treat a fellow nice. Bennett, Brown, Hough, M. Zeigler, G. in joint session with the county com- s .
the Titusville
i : affairs for a few days in St. Angus-: rapidly,6000 crates having been shipped They promise here boys a good Zeigler, Bradley.TitusvilleF.. missioners of Brevard county in order to '
: tine, Jacksonville and other points in thetatex. within the past few weeks. time they come Williams, Johnson, make an adjustment of the accounts be
One of Gardner's show windows was fveen the two counties. =
." < The melon and cantaloupe crops about Driver, Hopkins, Alexander, Pinder,
,'$ : .. A colored man by ,the name of J. E. Jacksonville were fine. More of both crushed in sometime during Tuesday I McLendon, J. Williams,Revels. I When you visit St. Augustine be sure j '
: The evidence conclusively
Beeves, at Sharpes,on Tuesday,sustained were shipped than ever before. The night. points" New Smyrna-P. Sams, Fitts, Morrow, and patronize La Posado, a pleasant t
:..I; a broken leg from the rebound of the peach crop was good The Niagara grape to its being done by horse, as the hair Dupe, Oiiphant Fisher,Smith, Goodwin, family hotel, now under the management '

trunk a tree he bad just felled to the crop has been marketed. The quality of the animal was left between the frac- F. Same. of Mrs. Gould, formerly of this place, ,,

t ,: ground. The accident will lay him up was fine, and prices satisfactory- $1.50 tures in the plate glass. Notwithstandingthe Floyd Williams made four runs for the whose reputation for running a first-class -

5 'f .' for a month or more. He was found unconscious per crate of eight three-pound baskets net tensiie strength of this glass is great, .: Tituavillea with DeLand Monday.The boarding house is too well known to the {'
t::;S '-,. awhile after the accident' hap returns on some Shipments. the sudden weight of a horse backing up Titnsville nine has been ready to people of Indian river to need any praise

J.'" N!? pened. against it was sufficient to crush it in. It play Daytona this week, but up to our from as. La Posada is convenient to the Ik ,,

will take two or three weeks probably to going to had not made arrangements /: station and all of interest
fi" An opportunity such as we people of DOLLARS TO YOU. replace itFURNITURE press passenger points \.
.- Titnsville do not have very often is 800'Nf Yon will save money by going to Penney to play any game today or tomor 'I

to be offered us in the professional &' Brannintfs for your Clothing, row. Capt. M. E. English, who has had ; "
Shoes, Hats, Fancy and White ,
.-M."f..woor city of the well known eye and Shirts, Neckties, Hosiery, Belts, Collars, One-hour special sales 8 to 9 a. m.: NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE. charge of the pan for the Maneto com'f
\gr nerve specialist, Dr. E. H. Armstrong, of Cuffs, etc. Saturday-COats' spool cotton 4c. Citrus stock grown on high pine land. pany, at Miami for nearly a year, arrived :,
r ,.Jacksonville, who is to beat, the Indian A complete stock of Clothing and Gents' Monday-Mennen's talcum powder, 16c. Indian River Nurseries, established 1886. in Titusville the latter part of I last '!
River hotel here July 25 to 26. If you Furnishings. Any and everything. that Tuesday-oc. toilet soap, 2 for 5c. Send for catalogue, Toledo and Vest week for a. rest and visit among his old- '
y men wear can be found there. Wednesday-Children's 15c. carts, lOc. Palm Beach, Fla. '
this time friends. The works of
troubles the
f have any eye or systematic All goods marked in plain figures, one Thnrsday- -Soc: glass butter dishes, 25c. company c
;{$l : .opportuDltYlhould not be missed of consulting price to all. Friday-6x8 bamboo porch shades>> ,$1.10. PROGRAMMEFor have been shut down temporarily owingto ;
; : one of the foremost men in his PENNEY & BRANSING, Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Florida. the fact that the mosquitoes are so bad .
.1 ::- profession. The Clothiers and Furnishers Children's Day exercises at Baptist in that section that the workmen could '- 'j

"f Tituaville, Fla. NEW SYSTEM PRACTICED. church Sunday, July 23rd, beginning not be kept at their work of ,gathering. d. ,

{ }, ENTER AINMENT.i The system practiced by Dr. :E* H. promptly at 7 p. m.: roots in the back country for making up- t -.j ':.

i;: There will be a grand festival and entertainment A DOUBLE HEADER. Armstrong, of Jacksonville, and his large Opening exercises conducted by the the extract. .' o

at the Opera House in Titus. Miami had a carnival of baseball Thursday staff of assistants and experts for the pastor, Mr. Gibbons, in which persons in '-?
overcoming of all troubles and chronic '
't; Title,July 27th, in the _evening, for the of last week, a double header being diseases without drugs eye or operations, is a audience will take part, reading fromslips CHURCH NOTES. J
r'--f: ;* benefit of the Methodist church at this played in a series of five.games betweenthe step far in advance of anything heard of distributed. Preaching by Rev. Howard B. Gibbons-, '-

>:1' place and the public is, cordially invited "Has Beens". and the "Kids both in this line. They remove causes insteadof Song, Throw Out the Life Line..School pastor, at the Titnsville Baptist! church .

tj to be present and thus aid in a good game; resulting in favor of the former. treating effects. They prove that 85 Recitation, Welcome____' :! Reynolds on Sunday, July 23: at 11 a. m., followed t/
cent of all the so-called diseases
,: ': cause: During the evening a most en- The games were umpired by Pierre Titus, not per diseases at all in the sense understood are Sons, Around the Throne of God by the Lord's supper service Children's .a.. ':'
in Heaven_____________ __ Little Folks *
':; tertaining play, in one act, will be given of this place, and the Miami Metropolissays generally, but are merely functional derangements day exercises at ;::;0 p. m. All are cordially *;t J
ladies and gentle due to improper chemical Recitation, The Bible, invited. j
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y. by some young "there was not a single dissentingvoice I.
and Uenaker
:Misses Froscher Losley
reaction the ,
to mechanical
in body or
;: men of Titusville, and a most delightful to the statement that it was the Elder D K Harrison, of the Second j
: defect. They correct the mechanical Song, Sing Them Over Again to Me, ,
k i-; evening is assured to all.)) The title of the jest, fairest and most capable work ever defects by mechanical means, and set upa School Advent faith, of )Miami will hold services *" -4

: play is "Parted by Patience," and is a seen with the indicator in this city. Mr. proper chemical reaction by prescribing Recitation, How to Do It, at LaGrange church on Sunday next at 'it| 1

.\;.. roaring farce. Mrs. E. E. Rollins, whose Titus understood his business, be had the a diet founded upon the chemical valuesof Xainer Froscher 11 a. m. and ;:30 p. in. ;j *

-, ability on the stage is well)) known, will respect and confidence: of' the players on drug the are different not necessary foods. They in 85 per prove cent.that of I Solo______________________.____..Paator Rev. W. F. Allen preaches at O:!teen .':<

r have entire supervision of the play, and both sides, and bis decisions went un cases where taken. They prove that Recitation, The Flowers' Sunday, next Sunday July 23rd. Sunday school .

,the public can well expect the most elegant questioned." ... the eyes are the controlling medium of Leona Caruthers will be held at the Methodist church, f
'. 1. entertainment. Let all come out .. the entire nervous system, and as 90 per Song Shelter in the Time of Storm, Titusville, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
I"lTIbaULK c* nL of all eyes are defective even though Little Folks rt
rt and don't forget the time.BLACKSMITH I I Delivered anywhere in the town of Ti- vision may be perfect, they are more often Recitation, The Memory of a Pleasant I Remember that Judge iVnney's Bible P __4

tusville. Send me your standing order. ; the cause of systematic complications than Face____________._____.-Laura Penny class is open to all who may wish to join ';i
SHOP.Don't Arcrsr XKLSOX. any other cause. They handle all cases Song, Footsteps of Jesus___.. ,.-. .School regardless of denominatioual: affiliation, J
I do all kinds of black of diseased eyes as well as defective vision, .
forget Will There Be Stars in or whether one is a member of any .. Y
and all chronic disorders, and there are Song!:,
;. smith and wagon work Call,and horse see me.shoeing CYPRESS TANK!.. few of their patients who are not well in My Crown?_________________Audience church at all. Those who are not in the
: repairing.
s J' and eon 7. D. xIS'itusville. Fla. We are now making cypress tanks. 90 days. Their system is known as ophthalmology Leader Mr. Gibbons. habit of attending any Sunday school areespecially
Write us for quotations. and nourology. Dr. Arm Organist-Mrs. Denham. invited. I
FOB SALK CHEAP FOB CASH. EAST.COAST LCMBEB & SUPPLY Co strong will be present personally at the .' &
Eau Gallic, Fla. Indian River hotel here July 25 to 26. Public invited. Panama hat! cleaned, blocked and new 1 t
: About 88 acres of good high Indian!: land river on p See him and have a talk abort your case. Ushers' collection. bands put on, $1.50. Miami :team Laun- ;:
of the
the east or ocean described side as follows: It NEW GROCERY STORE. Front seats reserved for children. dry. C. Collins, Ag't. Ba&krt leaves ; i
tt the Narrows,
No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section Mrs. M. L Peacock keeps a well assorted HENRY BENECKE-SAILMAKEK.: every Tuesday. i
'- 38 in township 31 south, range 39 east. stock of groceries in tbe.store form Yacht sails and launch awnings made NEW BESTAt: .\NT. .
?= This land is unimproved but finely lo- erly known as the Scrimgeour building, up in first class style, mildew proofed if If you want a meal or table hoard at UESTAL :NOTICE
3' ateJ. For further particulars addressE. corner Main street and Washington ave desired. Full particulars!!address reasonable prices patronize the Peacock Dr. Honuhton has the Dentns moored
'M. Low, nue. Prompt service, low prices, reliable H. BIXF..KE.TitusiIIe, Restaurant, corner Main street'and Washington at the Indian River hotel d Brockfc, Mass. goods. Fla. 1 avenue. remain for two week >. 15.

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(.t'> =, "' 3.di j Dr.LLBollinsi plant about 600,000 trees: 'satisfactory results; it must containnot
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n jf-!&tk : yor less than 10 per cent of actualPotash 0 '
.v t b' '''* :.:Van Wortey,', marshal ,and tar: collector :The..Tralpe Free academy at Kit- ,

.}i"'l1 ;: R.: 'R. 'DoFles.elerk'' and treasurer+ ;; John tery,_Me.-. gift to that city by.the late .
t =Hen 'Jam" B.:'W'.n.'B.
", } 1iS '-'I q ttaeeesor Robert.W. Boston has
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\ t.if" ,8.:. Braining,: conncUmeo. ,The council been dedicated.. '
: :iffi1_ J '> meets tint Tuesday in each month. Dr. Ralph Hamilton Curtiss, lately V -

"_.. ..." .t '. Carnegie assistant,at Lick 'observatory The value of Potash for oranges is
oomrrr.DIBEC'roBY. : established fact. Our pamphlet"on
X" ; has been chosen'asslstant; professor

m. ; = COUNTY OFFICEBS.-A.:'D.Penney;Titus- of astronomy by .the, University of orangegrowing'contains informationit authoritative

i '; .\' yule,'county judge;D. L; _Gaulden, Titus-, Western'Pennsylvania. : is free '
S*y 1 yule; prosecuting attorney A.'A. Stewart upon ,
;!;, Schuyler' F.. .Herron, who has .been request. m
e. ;> :Titusvllle,'clerk circuit court;P. A. Me.Millaa yOERMAN '
Eau Gallic tax assessor E.W. Hall, superintendent of public schools In for Rheumatism Cut,

r .!. -. Titus nlle, tax collector John Henry,Titus- Northampton Mass., has. been calledto I I Sure Curel Sprains. Wounds. Old

..- e? (> rifle, treasurer J. .B. Walker'Titosville, the position of superintendent of the Sores, Corns, Bunions,
,-t x t f'';;: superintendent! of public instruction; L.o.ifp" 'Braises Contracted Muscles Lame Back, Stiff Joint.
Fries,.TltasviUe, county surveyor; J. P. American School'association of the Gaits :
; :Brown,Titasvillesheriffi W. 8. Norwood, City of_Mexico. Frosted Feet Bums Scalds, Ctr IndlttD-
i_r Titusville,'registration'. icer.- UU'WORKS AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues -
'" mation. and drives out Pain. .
; &( JINGLES AND JESTS. THE BIG CANAL. PENETRATES the Pores loosens the Fibrous Tissues,
New York Musclei
circulation of the Blood pyiniT the tnatural
't 5ti6 >:- 93 Nassau 5t.. promotes a
Come to thini of it, Colombia could
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.i! =.':: : My love and I have messenger, work off her indignation against us in Atlanta Ca.- BEST LINIMENT OH EARTH

''Ii"_ Though we are far apart' no more thorough and effective man- :nKSo.BroadSt.SCIENCE ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED t

Which every evening comfort brine ner than by pitching right in and digging
;i ,Each.1o1ely.-waltlng.heart. that rival canal.-Newark News. CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM Ii
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; :'1.,; The moon and stars do act for us The Job of digging a canal on. the
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'. N Mrs. E. A. 500 Craig St. Knoxville
,' ; SIFTINGS SImpson, ,
' "Thy love Is true. each moonbeam
}7. i., says.. big one. Uncle, Sam Is'ready to ; Tenn., writes: "I have been trying the baths of '

i, .. x\ And every,star's a kiss. tackle the difficulties and to dispose of A Vienna surgeon has successfully Hot Springs Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but I
Beatrice Sturges'ln. New York: Press. fresh ones if they arise.-St. Louis get more relief from Ballard's Snow Linimentthan
Y replaced a man's lost middle finger
Globe-Democrat. any medicine or anything I have ever tried.
flJf1- la Hard Lack. with one of the patient's second toes Inclosed find postoffice order for $LOO. Send me

The Judge Have, you anything to Properly Seanoned. amputated for that purpose. large bottle by Southern > xpress." ,

";s'" offer. the court before sentence Is It made the young recruit hot; Experiments justify the conclusionthat THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00BE

,:,: .it':;' passed on you? t. No wonder he was flustered.The increasing the intensity of light SURE YOU ort THE GENUINE
:. foeman peppered him with shotRight' 200,000 times'does not alter Its velocityby
It : The Prisoner-No, your,honor. I had
'- :'. $13 but my lawyer'appropriated It.- after he Philadelphia was mustered.Press. as much as two feel a second. Ballard Snow Liniment Co.ST. .

f\ ..,' '-:'. .... Detroit Tribune. The diameter of the earth has lately LOUIS. U. S. A. r ,
I .'_ CHOLERA INFANTUSI. been accurately ascertained after thirty I
c.: \ ,A years' labor at a cost of $550,000. It
r Tip.
;:F Child Not Expected to Live from One Hoar
li J :' Every boy should reflect that he hast to Another but Cared by Chamberlaln'8 is 7,920 miles at the equator and 7,899 /

'-<: '. only four limbs two eyes and one life; Collr, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, from pole to pole.

, ':,'.. .. that July 4 comes every year and lasts Ruth, the little daughter of E. N. Dewey Professor ,Giuseppe Levi of Milan SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

t: :' .- I about three weeks, and govern himself of Agnrsville'Ira' was seriously ill 1 will soon make a trip to Paris to dem- RED CROSS PHARMACY TITUSVILLE
of cholera infantum last summer.Ve and EAU GALLIE PHARSiCT, EAU GALLIC -
.' New York onstrate' before the Medicine
t accordingly Life. Academy of ,
' cave her up and did not expect 1]erlive to -.-- '- -
his new cure for tuberculosis
from one hour to another, he says.
:" \ One Omission. .'1 means of Iodine Injections the compo
happened to think of Cham rlain'8 Southern
!t: We've magazines" that tell us "What to Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedyand sition of which is a secret. He claims Railway.

! Eat got a bottle of it from the store. la that forty to fifty Injections will bring
"What to Wear "What to
? APR. 10, 1934.
five hours I cure
" "What to Drink saw a change for the better about a complete .

fa Jf: And is it any wonder 'mid such literary We kept on giving it and before she had 1\0.30 1\0.3-t So.33

M ;f-' \ t plunder taken the half of one small bottle she was Cheerfully Recommended for KheumatHm na'I y. Da. Between Jacksonville and New l'or. Dailv.l' &n 1iIU:I".

People never really know Just "What toM well. This remedy is for sale by Red O. G. Higbee, Danville, 111., writes 755 P === 920 a Lv Jacksonville Fla-------tio.: Ry. Ar :::::- 740 p

ThinkNew Cross Pharmacy. Dec. 2,1901: About two I was 1215 30 P Lv.Savannah Ga.----------.So. R1. Ar. 900&1- 30 p
years ago
Orleans TimesDemocrat.Not I laid up for four months with rheumatism.I 955 a---1-- 05 pAr.- Charlotte, N. .___...___ By. Lv. a----------3- a

O jQu SOP 0 XL I wA., tried Ballard'e Snow Liniment; one 642 Pi;_______ 658a Ar. Richmond, Va._________-So. Ry. Lv 1230 p _.____ p
Acquainted With Him.
." "Who's that 1011'1 the The Kin rlJU' have AlWays 80_ bottle cured me. I can cheerfully recom 9.50 pi==:- 945 a Ar. Washington D. c.-------SO. R1 Lv. 10 5 a950
: man .I see here mornings ligutvecf mend it to all suffering from like afflic 112.i'' ------- 1130 a Ar. Baltimore, %1&._-________ R. R Lv. 612 22 P

L mar 1; tion. 2oc.; 50r. and $1.00. Red Cross 255 a---------- 145p Philadelphia. Pa._.__ ,___Po R. RLv. 333 a----------8--- -- p
630 415 pAr. New York N.
"That's: your father. Pharmacy, Eau Galhe Pharmacy. Y.----P. R. R I.!. __ 210 -_ !

." ,. "How long. has he been my father .. -- Xos. 33 and 34-"New York and Florida Express." Daily Pullman Drawing Room
'v -Jud lPe. DESCRIPTIONS OF THE NEWLY REDISTRICTED Sleeping. Car between Jacksonville and New York.Xos. .
i Proof' Cuff.
on a
: 29 and "Washington! and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Room
A Juicy Interview. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS A piece of evidence in a Quebec Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.

$1' Summer sun a-blinkin' ,DISTRICTS QF BREVARD. COUNTY. breach of promise case was a cuff with .No. 30
En vrlnkln' overhead. au offer of marriage written on It. : Through"The'Lant1 or the Sky" X o. ...
.. Wake up Mr Melon! FIRST COUNTY COMMISSIONER'SDISTEICr. One night, while the defendant was l.Aily.
". You been too long In bed. Commencing at the'siuthwest if of 7'55P Lv. Jacksonville, --.___...__.___..____________________. Ry. Ar. 900.
I thump you en I bump you. township 21 south, range 34 east, thence corner ru holding the plaintiff's hand and whist 121; a Lv. Savannah Ga..-. --__..___.._______..___..___....__So. Ry. Ar. 400 a
4 En you answer. "Ripe en red!" east on township line to the southeast corner pering fervid words he popped the 600 a Ar. Columbia. S. .,--------____--______________________So. R1. Lv. 115 a
, M -Atlanta Constitution. of section 32,township 21 south range 3.) east, question in manuscript on the smooth 150 pAr. Asheville N. ..---------_____________--____________So. R1. LV'. .15 P
i'I thence south on the section line between her wrist. She sentimental 237 pAr. Hot Springs. N. .,.-----__.__________________-____ Ry. LT. 12 45 a
r sec linen of was
J ,: Brain the HDgser.f' tions and 5 to the north line of the DeJt' pine 600 pAr. Knoxville .._...__..___.________________________So. By Lv. 935 a
( grant; thence north 76 degrees east along the or shrewd enough to keep that 815 a Ar Cincinnati Ohio.._______.._____..__..__.__..:____ ___Q. & C. Lv. 815 P
Stella-Papa says young Ticker is a north line of the Dell spine grant to the westside article out of the wash and it has
'T Wall street bull. Nos.29 and 30-Pullman Drawing Room and Buffet
Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and
r1.. of UeSoto street inTitusville;thence north proved of practical value. St. Louis, daily.
Mabel-I don't believe it. He acts along the west side of DeSoto street to the

, I more like a bear.-Chicago News. Indian river; thence southerly meandering
the west shore of Indian river to a point on A HAPPY I\o. 13 Between Jacksonville and the North and Welit. No. 14
t Indian river where the dividing line between
r : A Seaside Romance. townships 23 and 24 intersects the Indian riv- ...-. 7-r j Lv. J Jacksonville ho.: Rq--_...-............._.:____Ar. 935 s ===
fs: She went to the sea to get the sea air. er; thence west along:; said township line to HOMEIs .-----. 300 a Ar. Macon, So. Ry----....-..........------__.. 215 al------'
i 7" For she 520 a Ar. Atlanta S'\. Ry___ _____ _
was a young millionairess. west boundary of Brevard county; ------ --------------- 1150 p'......_
' .. But young; Fewplunks he for sea air ,lortherly along the west line ofBrevardcou Is one where health abounds. ------- 945 Ii Ar. Chattanooga, So. -------______________-_____ i 15 p ______-
''If did not care- ty to the point of beginning. ------- 740 p Ar Cincinnati, Queen & -______________ g3o a ______

' He was present to get 'the sea heiress With impure blood there can- ==- Ii 40 P Lv. Cincinnati, Big Four Route__________.___..__Lv. 710 a'-------' ::

';-4 SECOND COUNTY COMMISSIOXEB'S DISTRICT not be good health. ----- 710 a Ar. Chicago, Big Four Route____ __ _.---___Lv. 830 pi____.._

,r P -Cleveland Leader. Commence on the west .shore of IndianriVfr \YithndlsorderedLlYERtherC == 835 P Cincinnati, Pt'nu. Lines:===-4-= _________ 845 a1._____

4 PreeiouB. said river where, thence townships east 21 and said 22 inters cannot be good blood.utt'sPilis. ----- 110 Ii Ar. Chicago, Penn. Lines_____________________Lv. 1840 I p,._.....'
along -
l'{ rf line to the Atlantic thpnce tenth township ::= 84.'ip Lv. Cincinnati! C. H. & D-Monon_______________Ar. 740 ==
Stella-I understand she received ocean; along 723 a Ar. ChIcago. C. H. R D.-Monon______________ i
the Atlantic ocean to a point two miles south ------- Lv. 9 Op,-_______
LSD t valuable jewels on her wedding day. of> the dividing line between townships and ==:: = 945 P Lv. Cincinnati C. H. &: D.-Mich. Cent.------r. '' ;==:

Bella-Yes, the family engaged ten 27; thence due west along section line to the< .-_____ 520 a Ar. Toledo. C. H. 3 D.-J Cent __________Lv. 1140 p aifich. !_______
J. cooks.-Detroit Free Press. west boundary of Brevard county; then {I ....--- 725 a Ar. DetroIt, C. H. & -Mlrh.. Cent_____. u_-Lv. 1000

north to the dividing line between townships i == 830 P Lv. ('jncinnati{ Penn. ____--_________________- i 630 Pi-------a '
; > One Sort of Judge. 25 and 26; thence rant along said township i __u_..' 555 a AT. Pittsburg Penn. Lint's_______________________Lv I 1815 p,-__-_-_-_-_-_-

k; "I'm shober as a judge," quoth he. line meandering to the west the bank west shore of Indian of Indian river;river thence =:L: 930 P Lv. Cincinnati: Big Four___________________==_:.-Ar. 650a ==
the -ivly the torpid LIVER and restore
6 45 a Ar. Cleveland, Big Four .
Though he ------ _Lv. _
was frisky. point of beginning.THIRD --------- -------------- 9 30 p!______

, "Oh, jes." she sneered; "you're sober : :-s natural action. --..--- 530 P Lv. Lexington So. Ry--.........-_........____--1-Ar. 1045 &''_______ -
1 as COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S DISTRICT 810 pAr. Louisville, So. .____
j ------- ----- ----- ......___-Lv. 740 1
A Judge-of whisky!" Beginning on the Atlantic wean at a point A healthy LIVER means pure ----- = 732 a Ar. 8t. Louis. 80 Ry----------------__________. _I.-v. 11010 p a--------______.
-Catholic Standard and Times. two miles south of the line blood. -
I dividing townships Nos. 13 and J.I-'The Florida Limited:'
IE 26 and 27 thence Daily Solid Vestibule Train Through Day
E ; run west along said Pure blood means health. Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville
During; the Ride. section line to west boundary of Brevard and Ciudnnati.No .
"Is this your first experiencethe with county; thence south along the west boundaryof Health means happiness.

automobile:" Brevard county to the southwest corner of Take no Substitute. All Druggists. I 5 o,13 Between Jacksonville aDd Kansas City. : Xo.lI So. a
iJretard county; thence east along the south ,
"Xot exactly. I've dodged a few of boundary of Brevard county to the Atlantic == 745 P Lv. Jacksonville Fla, So. Ry---------------------_. r. I 93.'>8 = :
'J- them."-Boston Transcript. ocean; thence north along the Atlantic ocean ------ 520 a \T. Atlanta, (aa? So Ry._ --___________ Lr. ,1150 .'. -
to the point of beginning .____u 11 i5 al 1 Ar. Birmin ham. -\Ia.. Ro. By.-------------Lv. 315 PI.- "

The Most Valuable Stt of Yacht and Beat- ....... '805 PI Ar. }[emphis, Tenn.. Frisco! ..........._____________ \. : 815 ::::::
I" ,S. They say Laughable"Love's blind" FOURTH COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S D STRI r." Building Boots ever Published. _______ 940 Ar Kansas city, Mo.. Frisco-----______ ________hLv. : 8 30PI al ______

Can tnat be rl;ht? Commencing on the west shore of Indian Xos. 13 and 14-'The Florida Limited." Daily.
river where townships 23 and 24 intt'rstsaM RUDDER
; Some in lo'eAre
." river thence run west to the west bon 1- EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE.
',.* just 4Philadelphia a ::Iht.: Press. dary of Hrevanl county; thence south along HOW-TO BOOKS J. C.LUSK District Passenger Agent, 108 Wegt Hay Street Jacksonville,
g said west boundary to the dividing line between -
townships 2i and 26: thence east alotsaid Over}oco boats have been built from the lines C. II.ACKEUTG.1'I. W. ii.TAYLOE,G. P. .\.
One of Her Caprices ig primed in these books-Successfully: sailed in S. II. HARD1t+ICK.P. T. M. BROOKS
township line Ui Indian river tlwlleenonherly MOKQAN, .
every clime and upon every sea-Full detail A G. r. \.
The Fiance-You are so capricious.The along the nest shore uf Indian river drawing of ail parts, showing what it is and e .
Fiancee--That is what myfrittds to the puint of beginning. how to make itT eJ\t extremely simple. THE I I '

I -' said v.lien they heard of our FIFTH COUNTY COMMISSIONER'DITRRT.. HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
> 16 foot aw rMhnat art,..nor to ImiU.trim.. til in oniwerp Tli1ot
I; A eng gl'UJ(nt.-KrooIJyu Life. Commencing at the southwest corner of good uu.u.g lout for a U-JF to leant the butnett in. i

t township 21 south range 34 east, thence run HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK
Bent Too Far. east on township line to the southeast corn A fine boat for afternoon. rail nz or Inoclinu about Ifmnal .
., .....
of section township 21 south range 33: eas ur .t KEulahenrerbuitslwporwrig
listen "
to sad
nv lament: ; full yanseulpirtu'rant compMnl boats.HOW
Thl" I" no foo'!ish thence south on the section line between !sec
tiuni" and 5 to the north line of the Dtlw 1 TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
Wl-*u I so off on pleasure bentI ,, ..
Met .u."l ra ;m0. Line ever d npiril ; priatrinn..r
always come back broke. pine grant; thence north 76 degrees eat allngthe in AuitiRj.Aaa aid Au>iml.a; eata Dolt ; ion H that
E Louisville Courier-Journal. north line of the Deltspiue grant to the to.ma.thL Motes !
west side of UeSott'street in Titusville\ then HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH !
north along) the \n.,t side of DeSoto street to Simple and nrartiml fhowinj bow lnconstrurt.l.and ,
Not an Epicure the Indian river thence easterly acres the hall tor'use a ilh any n,olor. Several other plant !
"Do you like caviare?" Indian river to the point on the east she HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA j-

"Xo. It tastes to me a great deal where the township line between townships fine ail aroi"ii! rnn.=in_' Iniat. good cabin. ; fxceDenl .; = o It stand
&Iler .uil. k tw.ua.u. nab alone
; ; rs. for
like the Russian 31.and 22 intersect said east shore; thence j elliciency and
J language sounds- east along said township line to the Atlantic: HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP I" strength.It .
: Washington Ptar. ocean; thence northerly along the oteabeach Beau A W rlver,plra lutle eaJoitf boat,with moderate overhang&Ai

to the north line of Brevard county; has plenty of metal and it i
The Boss Worm
Medicine. thence west to the no thwest corner of Die
-- where it
Eay to belldeterrthmgarstghhjeatiheenftforata, does the
:; H. Po Knmpe, druggist, Leighton, Ala vard county; thence south on range line be U>begiD 4riUi;caD be built very cheaply eitoer eloop or..atri, 4 most good.
( tween 33 and 34 to the of : It is
ranges place begin
writes: One of my cnlor.ers! had a HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA f perfect in design and work.
child which complete dr.eription; of bow to baild a model;alao Ua.
was sickand threw up all' I hereby certify that the foregoing are true it ilufl mml ID tad us In.PRICE mansb i p.
food could retain
nothing on its stomach copies of the descriptions of the respective '- .
He bought one bottle of White' Cream county commissioners' districts of Brevardcounty. $1. EACH Everything means something.

Vermifuge, and it brought up 119 worms Florida as the same appear upon the MCIti1D I BY EXPRESS ANYWrU t "..o.. _. Send for catalogue.Bridgeport .
YA from the child. It's the boss worm med minutes of the board of county commissioners Bound in cloth-Gold lettering-Size of r
icire in the world." White's Cream Ver the same having been redistricted in accordance 9 by i>inches-Laic, cturly-Urawn plans pg.
mirage is also the children's tonic It with the revised statutes of the state of
improves their digestion and assimilationof Florida on the 6th day R.of July, A. D. 1905. THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. Bridgeport Machine & Motor Co

food, strengthens their nervous system A. CmiKLI G.Ch'm'n. 9 MUIIIUY 8THCCT NEW YOMK. U. S. A ,
Board of County'Commissioners.
1/ and rertoree them to the health, viand for Attest: Send festal for Catalogue of Books foryatfitSHtan'i Bridgeport Conn.

elasticity of spirits natural to child A. A. STEWABT, [SEAL] Library. .

;' hood. Clerk. F. N. HITCHCOCK ft CO. Agents
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"'"'\_.<.'-:.:'-">'=';."",'''"" '.'.'!v...,.w.l":,:,--. -. 0':' '. "."z- .'. "-..'<' ... t3 ,:.Panama canal, also',100,000'mor" than i court; of ;arbitration' (TEe-'Hague. q men .w C -
"t-.5 ';t -f. senator
"'.. 't < > ;po'L'rtrc; h'': ; estimated 10;Irrigation;;$500,000 moreoniverantr .Baron .Rosen: and his family'.arrivedat
.r. ." '}. ." .. .. _.. .. New Yorlf'luly 4.' ," ; mercy,,
....<< J-ib..14 *. <- 4 hatb rs.:1.SOO,000 more q
t'f *i: - .. : _ferule Indian: service ;and $1,750,000 .On July 6 'the'mlk d gave*.:a :fare .court'/ 4
f} ii(:Root: U Roosevelt Heir.'fact Baron 6' 'sel '
.more'on, other'ttblngs .-* well :.audience to Komura, ;in .
111 ;! ;;The .)that'ex-Secretary:'of,"W art .Two Offices'For MaIiOon.J"o: which be urged 'that ',every effort new :
"Boot waa'Invited :Pre3ldentRooseyelt >. Secure .the bear .
{ ; 'f! by should be. made to a
1.t ,to. represent"the state.department. President Roosevelt has, appointedGovernor'CharlesllE. He.' spoke .of th* conciliatory I ti" set for/ ; _
of, the f.
'f r 1ie' .- at the funeral .of '.the ,late, Secretary '.spirit of Russia as. the, .reason The
a i:: '!' 1dijat; amland,was. ugbtto.toretk Panama:canal zone to .be minister' !to for accepting 'President Roosevelt's Senator Mitchell senator j "f'
SK "of Panama,' a.double /.responsibility that t ed"'as
:''shadow the offer the state'portfolio.
suggestion. '
isl'uniquee. Id...the: ,field':"of diplomacy. t. fled the* verdict ,
as was'
. ;
. fe4yf ;to;ttr.. .Root/Consequently .t1ere.was Frenchman Barred From Berlin. ) 1"
-Tnis.action'is due a. rely to economy '
not :
: > formal ) Pending the bearing 'and
: the
: 'little, surprise an- '
2Jg4: : ,- .but with, a' view to,avoiding:disputes By order r of the 'German emperor M. wall released on his own'r c
.OUDcemen came lrom'gOster Bay
t\ ; : .: J
Jaures the French Socialist
' ?' such as arose, between ..MinisterBarrett Other convictions of .high .
i1 July 7 that Root had thepresident's
' ;: ,and Governor'..DavidCountjng.Urole was prohibited from making ,.his proposed
expected tofollow. ,
fl{w ; .' otter speech In Berlin July 9. The In- 't

!,3t4 .. '. "and would ,take { ,Sam's Cash. vitation' to came from the Socialist The .Curfew In Pitteburj.The :

1fbr: .the oath .of"'of- The task' .counting. ,the cash'In the executive committee and was police authorities of .
flee In 'couple United States treasury was begunJuly revived an old curfew law
: ; : designed advance the opposition to
y- of Reeks.'It was 1- la view, of the entrance' of t MorganH.
which bad not,been enforced
; the, kaiser's Moroccan PCl1cy'with a
) explained,. however ..Treat. of New 0.:York_upon the duties view to helping the cause 'of International -. a century., The bell tolled at I 4

.:? .that It of United. States treasurer as the successor Socialism. It was 'also planned the .girls to( be off the streets

--f-' would. take. of Ellis IL Roberts. Sixty employees 9:45 for the boys
that the German Socialist Bebel should
.'I \/. :i
: .. some time before are, engaged in' this work, '
=..&e.KxsW speak in Paris on the same day. Santa F. Contempt Charge.A .
1l.1:& .Mr. Boot which Includes an inventory of $1,152- .
r Paul Jones' Body Transferred. charge of contempt, of *'
M.f.., could close up 818,725 In the thirteen cash vaults. been
.. -t- his business affairs The ceremony of transferring the brought against.the

, ,' Health Before Canal Work. "
; and Santa Fe
- peka Railroad
body of John Paul Jones from FranCe .v
{ _- and that ,
J: 1t .Chairman Shouts of the. Panama.,canal to the of the United tor. having violated an ; .
representatives :
: be would not go I
commission baa announced radically
: a. sued
' early In 1902 restraining :
States 6 In the
was performed July
1 .to Washington. by saying that the I
tf.kJ-: American church Ambassador Porter pany from giving rebates.
.. permanently un- first duty, Is to create sound underlying .
.f; tunersSeptember. addressing Assistant Secretary of ceedings are instigated by the '
;. 'JllUhRoot. tit some conditions for the health and comfort of 1
; State Loomis recounting briefly the ment, of 'Justice. It Is said
.Mr.'Boot's .
1 . the and that that is vastly '1
employees Santa Pe. favored the .
of Jones whose body In
career lay a
;:= prompt'acceptanee of this office
\. Is by the, .more Important Just now',than the removal coffin covered!'with. a flag and wreaths. and Iron company In giving ;,
regarded political
,generally of earth. The'men to have
are coal, and the federal court at
Loomis in turn confided the remains to '"
! t prophets as Indicating .ambition to : :
ifJi$:", :': succeed President Roosevelt In ,1908. suitable,houses in healthful- surroundings I Admiral. Sigsbee,,:and a squad of sailors City Is requested to call the

'; wholesome food ,reasonable from the American warships lifted officers to answer.
k 1J It is known that the president has long .
oregarded Mr. Root as theproPei' man prices, transportation facilities to work the coffin and placed it upon a gun car- Ciga>eUes Outlawed In

;:, to out the Roosevelt policies. It -and opportunity for recreation.; It will riage. ,A French regiment led the procession With the 1st of July the antI
carry ,
also.be' the of-: the commissionto
,. -.'.,';' is not doubted that all of the influence policy followed by the American escort law passed by the last \
gf-rethe the actual
public every day and the various government Wisconsin legislature went
of the administration will ,go to Root .
In the next Republican ,national convention. .condition of things' as they exist in the cials. Later the body was' taken by ation. Since then the sale or a f

Isthmus. Mr." Shonts says that as a rail to Cherbourg, where the American cigarettes by'one person to I

are also busy with the. matter of fact wages have been Increased squadron lay. R misdemeanor punishable by ,
hi branch of the service
.future of Taft who Is now expected to .Sweden's Display .of Fore. Imprisonment, or both. !
during the life of the commission, andIt
be appointed, to the supreme court of the Scandinavian peninsula charges are under way
The people -
; will be the policy,to fill the. higher ,
bench when a "occurs. There I thrown Into Milwaukee Grafters Arrested.
vacancy of were a high stateof
positions by promotion deserving
Is much talk about the personal sacrifices excitement by the news from Stockholm The Milwaukee grand -
have been :
employees. Two engineers
!made by Mr. Root,In reenteringthe 4 that Oscar had against' f
vent to report on the amount of,work July King ordered brought indictments
cabinet, as his law business yields the mobilization of the Swedish one public officers after an '
that has actually been done. 1 i
? :nearly $300,000 a year. army a8' a means of emphasizing any investigation, charging them '
Taft Sails For Manila. -1.
Weaver Resists Temptation. proposal for settlement which the riks ery and various forms of
of War Taft and his t
Secretary party,
Governor Pennypacker's resurrection Including a number of congressmenand dag might make to Norway. Philadelphia Dragnet Out. -.,.'....

of David Martin, Philadelphia's erst- their :wives and Miss Roosevelt New Japanese Battleship. The reform administration I

while boss' to succeed Durham aa state sailed from San Francisco July 8 on The Katori, a new battleship built delphia showed Its hand July '{i

7 .Insurance commissioner was followed the Manchuria for their destination,at for the Japanese at Barrow; England, of the largest police raids In'IIi.1'w .1.,.

r;. by various rumors of the most entice Manila. was launched July 4, being christened tory: of any city. The
; t .ing otters of preferment to Mayor In Transit. by the Princess Ariaugawa.t The Ka sorts within a territory of
Neglecting Cattle
$j : 'Weaver In: the hope that be wouldthrow tori Is one of the most powerful battle- ty square miles, Including the '

; ,er the weight of his office toward From special Inspectors the depart- ships ever constructed. loin were swept: clean of the '

t 1,. 7 some recognition of the shattered political ment ofv agriculture bas'evidence kinds of resorts and speak I,
_' which so"long bad usurpedthe against railroads of more than 12,000
ring about 400 prisoners men and Si :
violations of the law that cat I EDUCATIONAL I
name of the, Republican party In requiring being taken. The raid was
tle hi1 transit from state to another
; the city. Mayor We ver's answer was one by i 300 policemen led by the

k1 ; delivered in no uncertain terms when shall,be unloaded, watered and fed fora : Points of N. E. A. Convention.A the Law and Order society '.
of five hours after have
that he would recognize no period they '
he declared record breaking attendance of over direction of D. Clarence S

s man as 'the political leader of Philadelphia been on the road for twentyeighthours. 25,000 'teachers was reported at the, The authorities regard It as

.};f+ : .' as he regarded the cause of This law was passed in 1872, convention of the National Educational lesson for evil doers. Most of I 1:<
but has been enforced. The
. .:_r,'.: clvlQ reform as having nothing to do never each is penalty association at Asbury Park, N. J., were released on payment of >
for violation
ti : '.1 ;with partisan politics. He Insisted that $500. last week. Mayor McClellan of New lar fine, while the.' women

A:' ':. the people must name the candidates. York addressed the convention, advocating for trial '

" 'rJerOml: Against, Folk's Policy. I FOREIGNManifeeto t the three R's or certain fundamental State Refinery Law Dead.

,, Attorney Jerome of New subjects that every one must The Kansas supreme court
know if success is hoped for. lie
unanimous decision July 7
j ,York while on his way to the Ottawa ,of Mutineers. )
thought there was a tendency to ex- the
passed by legislature
(Kan.). Chautauqua spoke at Kansas
fifif;;, _, That the mutiny In Russia's. Black ploit the teachers at the expense of I
Sunday providing for the c-
!f';:;... :' City, Mo., of Governor Folk's sea fleet was not a momentary outburst the taught resulting in giving the pupil branch penitentiary at- ',
-t'", .closing .policy, expressing of passion, but a, carefully prearranged a smattering o'f innumerable subjects #
L--" enforce the state oil refinery' In
r ,' that Folk'would fall to
.: .movement of the revolutionists -
his brain without
: <. Sunday closing laws because public poor with is wholly !
., : .< was indicated when the"crew of developing it, in confusing him with
&-- them. He said, court evidently regards the '
sentiment was against
J-: the rebel Knlaz Potemklne
; : battleship the higher branches of learning when penitentiary provision as a
"No law Is a good law that has not '
}&; issued a manifesto to the powers July he can neither read nor write and In

t!tiUi'.*? '::ts:: back .of it.the"sentimentof a majority 2 declaring war on all Russian vessels making him a Jack of all trades and 1

_(... :;' .J of the people. which refused to Join them and prom- master of none. "I I :

;, \ Clark and Heinie Together. ising to respect neutral territory and The Rev Dr. Nathan C. Schaeffer, <

1l "' <. Anew political -alliance Is reported shipping. This was thought to be the Peniisylvania's superintendent of education New Railroad: Rate War. )

'-J. to, have.been formed In Montana by formal opening of a revolution against was chosen president of the The rivalry between the ,

= ')',? Senator Clark and F. A. Helnze preliminary autocratic rule In Russia. By threatsof association for the coming year. There roads for passenger traffic n

Cf :.:'. to the next campaign the' object bombardment the mutineers secured was a"1 sharp fight between the youngerwomen 0, when the Grand Trunk **:

.1; of which is to return Clark to the coal and food and eluded the recom- teachers and the' older principals made a cut of $2 on first ( -;,

its ':..' senate and .secure a legislature friendly missioned Black sea squadron sent In and superintendents as to the proposed and $1 on second class tickets ; ::

to Helnze. pursuit. They'were expected next tocooperate new Incorporation of the.association New York and Chicago and : ,- :'
;" of with the insurgents In the' : ,
'' and when the former -
f\" Corporation Lawyer to Bench. were overruled sponding reduction tQ other
Caucasus. by the refusal of President )Iax.w points. This action follows ) ', I
__ :;;"t'c, Governor Stokes of New Jersey appointed -
, Th. Choice of Peace Envoys. >l1 entertain :
. : July 6, James B. Dill, the ( to Margaret Haley's motion of the Michigan Central from -
:JU $
; Roosevelt announced for division this famous leaderof :
'i well known adviser and constructor of July a to differential fares, a board

;:\:;: trusts to be a Judge of the court of 2 that the Russian and Japanese gov- the Chicago Teachers' Federation tion having decided that the .1.

;" .t. ernments had notified him of the ap- threatened to take the matter Into the I Central was entitled to i .

't;f{,''.' :. errors and appeals. pointment of plenipotentiaries to meetat courts. The department of secondary 1 rates as any other linein

.};; .Tom Johnson For. President., Washington n as soon after the lit of education adopted a resolution against I with the New York Central 8 !

>.\.It' Chicago hears that Mayor Johnson of August as possible to discuss peace secret societies in the high schools because roads east of Buffalo. I.

: ::'. '. ,,' Cleveland is preparing to run for the. terms. The men they were "5e1 ;h, snobbish, narrow Railroad Secret Service ; '

c .d; '- next Democratic presidential nbmina.tlon from Russia are and gave a feeling of self suffi ..
For alleged looseness the
for "
J:-'t: on a platform government the new ambas- ciency. ; ; j
: ; 121 comprising
'J.i" ?.;_, ::. .; ownership of the transporta- sador to the President: Roosevelt addressed the secret service of the Wabash :",

..', f;:: tan' lines. United States convention on the ideal of doing good.

.-,"., '.,' Rosen, and the work for its own sake. He told the have been dismissed

ambassador to teachers tnere wasn't a man In hb fic in passes was one of : .1 '
itf" I the service :
I Italy, Mnra- cabinet to whom it was not a financial

,;:.,:,..: vleff. The Japanese disadvantage to stay there. Big Jump In Cotton.
'. I ;f
;, Shaw Explains the DeficitSecretary representatives Chicago's Women Directors. When the July cotton !

Shaw In are the read at the New York I
of the Treasury The educational press Is high in com J
announcing the deficit of 24,000,000 minister to'the mondation of the recent appointmentof change, July 3, the price of >, ;
i S vanced at bound from 9.50 ) :
, ; for the past fiscal year, or ,$0,000,000 United States. = i three well known women: to the ?
of $;; a bale in five :1
and a gain
estimate. explains Takahira,
'', more than the official Chicago board of education. Mayor
a of of the price rose there was a
that In the estimate an error theminIster D Inne. chose :Mrs. Emmons Elaine :
; of brokers to sell orders for
'{ :14000.000 was made by deducting foreign affairs Jane Addams and Dr. Cornelia Do '

the amount of the St. Louis fair Baron Komura. Bey. and prices varied in

?-.& ., twice that receipts have ex- Both sides Baron von RoseIU the room at the same time.

# = loan. lIe figures The will have full power to conclude the la Sweltering Summer. tion of the crop 'was found ,
'j estimate by $2.: 00,000. "
the "Well the Lord made the weather. |
:1lt'ceecJed than expected
of peace subject to the ratification -I cent lower ;
.i'\ deficiency in postal receipts Is $2,000- treaty "Yes, but the devil' set a match to j
of the home governments. Mura- ; bear panic.
}, the estimate. A million more lf- !Atlanta Constitution.
.II ; 000 over I
,,<>: : has1) on the clef ia a member of thep rmanent. II
,..,. ; '$han estimated eea peut I
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::::0. '' '''.*. -1; .. '" ." -1 ;. -, by'eelliog d et!the!; mpanyw = ;28-Arm 1 i Generate: Sell: '.tetters: of .Endorsement To' .

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,-_ !' ...."""':L >'.. .a..e1lll-n. ,'_"'7-.1(:4" ,;J><> tiieiaw, and they; tare:i ':returningthe :
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A :.'- :' '" ..... ..... PbI1s r.s -money.- -'-The nextvday.- .':we- ''leanpensions -. -> : < The :Inventor_ : .of- the- f'Catarrh.Rem dy,. ."i I
r 4 ana amuses no -j- r .
: !.: + NO. .
.ii't,V,..PUBLI8HBD -
: ,' :-:-" eeiviceThen; find'that the officials ,. !1
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.,.,'.;.,o'.; Jif{,t1".o.-o., .iiTb '>te.lldcelxxoltrSIX lied'their: own' salariesjto enormous Kln: Confederate Central Butter of South Carolina, :General Bl&Iow Cured. ; 1|
:'}x i ,,.= CDft.. n. 1LONTB4.r .:!''Hf--r- .< "'*- ,- BrUaOer-Geiieral, $ of. V- |
r. "- 1 't'"LJ figures,'and tend heilr penonal expeneeflto Army, *, Writes: "I can recommend Peruna.fordyspepsIa G n..1. G. Below, 151 C. sty IT.W, I

"".".I.'*<"".,.r; 1'.t'gxg, .:"fi'.' "!.". .'x-jdMlttar' .,, '.-," ,,:,j,",:,.,:AftU..u.-f.L..:8. tei F.r IdIJIet1,.; :_," .-.J'v the company,.:..:What;is this but larceny :Writes:, :'*unhesitatingly.state thai Iam and stomach .trouble. I hare Washington, D. a", writes: .
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; jf'z : 'Morton been using your medicine for a short .p un& has made me well and It hat
: neither ?: ,And no.;Mr: announces a convinced Peruniis a medicine that ,
i!.,.,,(":, ninsttMelourijr- ,BBdenitoodthat and ia it directors. ,will effect cur that fB'cWmtdl period.and.I,feel very:much relieved. given me more than ordinary strength ,
"e. : ":..:;.;...-VTHK 8TA.:nor JtaJbdtorU respondbie,for reform, what- ? That all the s "
."I;> '--11_.. _1._ ,. r.ts : It is indeed wonderful medicine be and spirit torwork. I IOen.
.. sm will J: Washington -'
'. '" "I{ < 4J ': Nl 2tjfcU I IifiiiJ tb.'iiD New=York, in'a they?do not;'attend. :It:seems that the ,,!). C.. V ; aides a good'tonl ."--M.C. Butler, O'Belrqc of Washington, D.C, i

".. '{ -k ;'t' ,.. -- dummy-directors who.did. nothing when General-Smalls,Beaufort,'S. C, Brls dler-oeneral Klrty Writes: "As many of my friends and ,S, J
''i .heat: .
; \iree .. .m..es tsreei e
little .
; ;
.Fj. over; recommend acquaintances have successfully used
f Peruna
of Writes I to.
pmt <.which : can
bet reporWVV
approve Writes
"I hare used ,Peruna' for catarrhal
f. -
.i'f ''Not a;death itom! heat ,in. ,Flonda'duringthe : Peruna>> as a catarrh cure I feel
,., : ,. '' .' they did not examine, were, drawing |25 trouble and find it beneficial all those who are afflicted with catarrh. your il
3t' whole summer.r ..., -General R: T. Kirby Washington, that it is an effective remedy, and I ree-
-.' l a ,day whether' Pre&.ent'Cf'. 'What and to be all that it promises,and freely .
t : : :..- ; D, O. ommend it as such to those uffering ..
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< -:1' Governor 1 '-Brbward- baa'named- -i the new-K shall we say of a lot of, eminent businessmen give it my unqualified, recommenda from that disease as a most hopeful
: .state.. ,board of Jsealth., The members are who thus Jenri bel' themselves ,oat ,tion.-Robert Smalls. Gen. Powell Hecker Post No. 443, source of relief."-James T. O' elmt, -

: g;ffV ; Captain Harry'Fozzard, of' Jacksonville: ; of trust funds:; supposed to.be held,sacred General Abbott of %Washington, D. &, Writes: After using one bottle of Pe 290 Broadway, Washington, D. C. ''''..-:'
h for widows'and children? runs I became convinced of its curative i"
! ; '4' Hon:'K.'_MiUend y(of,-Tampa, ,,and, Dr. Writesr "I am fully convinced that qualities, and continuedits, use to date., General Chase. Asi't Ad}. Gcrfl, G. A. B, :
"The: thimbleriggers at a street fair are :
t >Horace I rStnp8onVofpn8aeolJU, DKJ.y. : your remedyPeruna is an 'excellent All symptoms of catarrh have disappeared Writes; The excellence of reruns&s ,:

l%4\;, ': ..,Porter still holda,the,:office oflstate engaged in'more honorable business; for tonic. :Many-of my friends have used It yet I continue its 'moderate use a cure or relief for catarrhal disturbances ':)
they cheat those who are foolish enoughto with the): most-beneficial, results for ia well established. Many of ,M,
health inspector. ** as a preventive,and an old man's toniey my .
'gtP1 t':"';\.' : y" -,_ sk their.'money on'a, j game known to coughs, colds and catarrhal. trouble.- -W. n. Powell, Belleville, IlL I friends have been benefited by its me.'* 'j

ift.-( Many of the newspapers of Florida are be dishonest, but these, thirableriggers of Ira C. Abbott,'906 M. St., X. W., Washington -B. F. Chase. 23 Harrison St., Ana 4
\ *
: D.C.
r high finance rob the,helpless the dependents costia, D. C.General. 1,
their does '
r'm kini an effort ,to get just ;

:ffi::!. : and put check; ,on the large amount of nnder the.. guise pf.doi g 'an ..,Captain Yarned of Washington D.. (X, S. S. Yotier of Ohio. I
: honest business.' The directors who knew Writes-- "I have found Peruna to be "
'', : free advertising that :is, being, bestowed Writes: Your.medicine,Peruna, I be- j, r a J
t t.'<..'..." and that not what was going on.shared in the crimes lieve to be the best medicine for catarrhon ;, wonderful remedy.. I only used it for a 'f ,
! ,on'institutions concerns ,are I
committed against policy holders-the the market I have taken only a short time and am thoroughly eatfcfktias : .i
4Ji : it. We hope to them keep .
entitled to see 1
merits." S. S. Yoder: Was! .
V directors who did not know what was small amount,and can see very beneficial to its I
.. is done benefit
: : it until something to '
',..., ..'.." thefraternitj.op going on were scarcely less criminal be ., results."-W. G,'Yarnell, 222 Lincoln ington; D. C. .,w'.

a; ;! ,:' t ," cause they were'sleeping sentinels whose street,N. E.,Washington. D. C. General O'Connor of U. V. Legions "

; watchful would have saved the General McBride of U. S. A., Writes: "If you are suffering from ea.- ';J
, J; < ., It is a credit to the.lawful and orderly eyes J ; .:v 4' 1 Urrh or physical debility, immediately :

;:: ';\ / ,spirit of the people of 'Lowndes ''county, policy holders.- It is time to, establisha. Writes: ",I have no hesitation In recommending Ig,4t ,commence the use of Peruna.. It has \..:;}

,!. .t"-f f: ., V r"V Georgia, that.the case against. the Haw, higher'ethical'' standard among' our Peruna to all arsons who" / J s been of the greatest benefit and Sit\-j.\J '-. .-:

'ti l:2';,<; ,lingsea and."the negroes involved. '-in' the, financiers." are afflicted with' catarrhal ".ouble6.J. to many of my friends-Dnn!.
'' D. McBride, 4.10 Pennsylvania Ave., f' ,
; ,. :, :. ,trouble with them has been permitted to o'Connoi, 73S end St., X. Vf Washington :
N.W. Washington D. C.
> <
./. :"" take its legal comae.. Such crimes as the STATE ASYLUM SCANDAL. D. C. .

Ij! ';". 'V<.. assassination of the. Carter children can. ,The Tallahassee True Democrat is by General.Longstreet of the Confederate G2; Wright: of the Confederate Army .?j"

i .':' ,[ 'not. fail to, provoke. passions and i.n- no means a whitewashing machine or an Army, Writes: "I take plr-: sure in recommending l;

:':,,; flame the public mind! but the people apologist for the wrong doings of officials Writes: "I can testify to the merits of Peruna. It is a remarkable : j

Wt'): -, ; themselves bavemade, the laws,that are or'employes the state government. In Peruna; both 'as a. tonic and,a catarrh medicine and should be used )>y persons t'y.:i

'" !::1;{ invoked, for the ,punishment of those referring to'the legislative .joint com remedy. Peruna: enjoy the greatest Cen. Se&rfng of the Confederate Army, who are In need of a good tonic nnd ;

I'' found guilty of such offenses, and they mittee's report upon the condition of the reputation as a catarrh remedy of any Writes: "I can cheerfully recommend by su.Terc-rsj' from catarrh.MareuaWrigld,1
medicine devised." James ; I Corcoran St., Washington
yet Long- valuable -
!Di :( are right when they see that the dignity state insane asylum, and the answer of your remedy Peruna as a very D.C.I .
; street Gainesville Ga.
excellent '.onic and
n > ": of those'I laws Is upheld. the board of state institutions to the com also good for coughs, I
5 ,:: colds, catarrh, and tfunrral debility. Oca. Hauey! cf WasfcinSton, D. O,
mittee's report,' the Democrat, in 'pan! Gcnercl Noske of 0. V. U.,
W.II.SebringlC3W.4th St., Jacksonville Writes "I liaveusod Peruna and findit
4M :. .'" The editor'of THE STAB is in receipt! of says : Writes: "I commend Peruna to those ria. :
: / very beiii'Scisl for kidney trouble and
_'6i't a letter, from Mayor W.-R. Thomas,:of "When the two houses of the legislature, Who are troubled; with colds producing '
E'J! for colds andre
General LumaX of Washington ) rood; coughs; ,
D. C
(i \ ':r Gainesville: ,,which in ,part reads as fl.:1tf' each acting for itself, but with a united catarrh as a moot;: efficacious" cure and as Writes: "! can cheerfully recommend rJ.al.trouMt'5.Hawlcy.; .
lows: "We \leeire in some measure to declined to receive the a good general tonic. -Chas. F. Noske,
: ., purpose, lengthy 213 B. St., X. W., Washington, D.C. your remedy as a permanent and effective (,'.::i. UreH: of Spanish War Veterans
eapress.to'you.- our measureless thanks protest presented by the board of state cure for catarrh, colds and to any Writes: "Many of my friends have

rtJl and gratitude for your generous and effective i institutions to the report of the joint com General Erwln's: Recommend. onewho.needs an invigorating tonic to uvil IVrupa with beneficial results aa

'115"-; support in the),recent struggle of mittee appointed investigate the state "Many of my friends have used Peruna build up their systera. '-L. L. Lutaax, r.n effective: remedy for catarrh.if.

e J', the people against the politicians that resulted hospital for the insane at Chattahoochee, as a dyspepsia remedy" with the 160319th St., Washington, D. C. Emmet Urcll, 813 12th St., X. W,Washington -
beneficial results. 'John
most B.
{ ep fortunately in locating the new' many su posed that the matter would( be ,Gen. Payne of Washington, D. C., !D. C.
Erwin, Washington D. C.
rn- .university,. at Gainesville. If ever the dropped, so far as the joint committee was Writes: "I join with my comrades in Other Army Generals who praise l'....
,;;; people- of. Ala huat county, ,now absolutely concerned, the action of the two houses Brl .-Gen?ral Schell Benefited. recommending Peruna to my friends as runa are:
'" 'i "united be of service Peruna is indeed a wonderful tonic, an invigorating tonic to build the Brigadier-General Cock of Washington *
I : '.. can you or being. in effect a complete and emphatic I up
and for and colds I know ot D. C.
f coughs system. -Gen. Eugene B. 407
; : your people, yon will find us. to a man vindication of the committee's action. By Payne,
GeneraSypherot Washington, D. C.
; nothing better.-F.'l\f. Schell, Washington 4th St., 3T. W., Washington, D. C.
r / ready,'devoted and loyal] friends." some, however, it was known that the D. C. I General Mlddleton Hancock Regiment -

committee did not intend to let the / General Talley of Pa., Vol. U. S. A., U. V. U., Washington, D. C.

:iPt: .Though one is president and the other board's protest, which had been accorded General Daffleid: of the Union Army, Writes: "Your Peruna has been used If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory -
V Writes: "I have used Peruna in my by me and my friends as a relief for catarrhal results from the use of Perunaf
is not Roosevelt and Parker are engaged
lif wide publicity to the public without
and have found it valuable troubles '
family with the most beneficial write
:< )10 at once to Ilartman, giviu *
: now in 'mnch the line of "
;' F. pretty same any response, and the committee's replyis and 'take pleasure in results. I convinced
I i medicine recommending am so of the efficacy full statement of your case land he will
: work-trying to keep cool. ,The presidentis a calm, precise and masterly presenta- it to all who stiffer from catarrh of.Peruna that I do not hesitate to give be pleaded to give you his valuable adyfl'A -

t ., said to be spending nearly all his time tion of the joint committee's position anda of the stomach or'who require a it my recommendation."-Wm. Cooper gra'is.Addrer.s .

1.\ in or on the water at Oyster Bay, and most convincing refutation of the accusations ion'Df: efj.c:enel.-I"he Cairo, Washy Talley, 713 D 'St., .K. E, Washington, i : Dr. Hartman, President of
,' .,,.>. n. ,J ; o. ..
1;him.t asseverations and conclusions of :'hr! IT-irtirr-*i -r.i. r..1'-, i'*'-

rt self morning and afternoon in the waters the board, sustained not only by the evidence t

i of the Hudson. Though we do not hear taken by the joint committee, but

h: .: -, ;', quite so much about Judge, Parker's by much of that taken by the house committee Dr.! E. RMSTRONG; BOBBINS I

swims, he, is probably taking them as appointed-as the joint committee

regularly as he did last fall, when they \ OF x & GRAHAM

were matters of uiore interest to the mi- discrediting -
I co., .--"
nority. JACKSONVILLE r'.e YJy .
.- (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $25,000.00.) _:-

contents thereof. This owns lands ;
"We also desire to direct public attention i. ( tdI in the Indian River Country "

V IV I Last week the supreme court handed to the fact that the 'famous 'protestof The Leading Eye and ,on the St. Lncie River,

down a decision di-misaing the appeal in twenty. Florida women,' purporting to at'New River, and on Biscayne -
the case of the state ex rel. James E. Alexander Bay. .
come from the female nurses at the hospital -

a : vs. Cary D. Landis, as secretary of was dated May 12th, five days before Nerve Specialist of PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES '

the Democratic executive committee of the report of the joint committeewas a
' Send for land list.
Volusia county. This was the case in .g
submitted to the two houses of the
: I Q"t' OfFICESAT .
which Alexander sought to man legislature, but was not presented until Florida

damns Mr: Landis to furnish him a certified five days after said report was filed. Also, WHEN THE FIRE BELL RINGS TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.THE3 .

copy of the poll list of the Orange
tlw.j iint committee notes the fart that
on the occasion of the In making his tour of the state, will many people of property tremble in their : :
'City precinct
primary '
\'t'ry damaging typewritten evidence honor our town with a visit on shoes. They fear that this time it is their
V ; of May, 1904 Jnds'r Jones granted taken by the (house) committee has been place that is going up in smoke. HASBROUCKSTARTS
i ; a motion to quash the alternative writ And when their fears prove groundless
of evidence submitted
left out the printed July 25 to 26
.ys and Alexander appealed from this ruling. .' there is the same old procrastinationitwill :
to see about
)Ir. Tilde, of Jacksonville, represented: 'This last ia an exceedingly: serious And can be seen at the Indian River STARTS EASIER RUNS STEADIER

Mr. Alexander and Stewart & Bly appeared charge to he made against the membersof Hotel. The doctor's specialties are the FIRE INSURANCEday GIVES GREATER EFFICIENCY ,

a: for Mr. Landis. eyes and nervous system, headaches, after tomorrow or next week. And
.. .... 1 the house committee, and the persons stomach troubles, and"the straightening along comes a fire and snuffs them out. I j and uses LESS GASOLINE per horse
l' through whose hands passed the copy of of cross eyes without drugs or operations.A I. The moral of this talk is obvious. We power than any other engine made.
ETHICS IN HIGH FINANCE.In the evidence intended] for thence of the few points visited l Ity the doctor with are writing fire insurance for leading fire I We continually demonstrate this.::

a leader on Ethics in High Finance printer, and we shall* I endeavor to ascertain dates; SanfonI, July 23 to 24; Titusville! insurance companies. Commercial sizes 8 to 300 horse power.
July 25 to 26 Cocoa'July 27; Eau Gallie, Special Light High Speed sizea from
:Mr. Bryan, the editor of the Commoner ;
the facts and them MORGAN &
precise give to WALTON j
20 horse
t July 28; Melbourne, July 29 to 30; Sebas to 250 power.
calls attention to the bankers, railroad the public at the earliest possible day." tian, July 31; Fort Pierce, August 1 to 2. TmrsviLLE, FLORIDA.TakeDown .

' magnates, promoters, manufacturers and That In right, Mr. D mnncrat. Go ahead I Benj. W. Jerome,

speculators, who are all vieing with each and let the people know it all. They STATE AGENT

.. Other in the use of methods which offend ,
( want the fuels, as the good name of a WEST
against both statute and moral law. The humane institution and the reputation of --- FLORIDA

s .- Commoner then goes on to gay : the'state an involved in the matter. r. Also State Agent- for

"What shall we say of the business

ethics of these men who are actually engaged Sickeiiing Shivering Fit NEW LONDON MOTOR COMPANY'S

in exploitation or who lend their
Of ague and malaria can be relievedand TWO-CYCLE MOTORS,
. names to exploiters and draw salaries for cured with Electric Bitters. This is r 3 to 12 h. p. jump spark, to-date.
doing nothing?' When one iscnndeimrd a pure tonic medicine, of social benefitin up

'V his defense that "others do the same"a malaria, for it exerts a true curative

defense offered by the president for influence 'on the disease driving it en-
e notV' The
tirely out of the system. It is much to Alpine Cottage
V punishing one of his cabmtt. Larceny be preferred to quinine, having none of ,

i s' is a comprehensive term, and it applies this drug's: bad after effects. E S. Mun- Under the
, :' as much to the' respectable thief who day, of Henrietta, Tex., writes: "My Myers assisted management of Mrs. Kate
Repeating Shotguns by 1In101e),
brother was very low with malarial fever
!i V steals a large amount by indirection as it *
and jaundice, till he took Electric Bitters The notion that one must pay from fifty dollars upwards in order to geta TITUSVILLE "
does ,to a professional pickpocket who which saved his life." At Red Cross FLA.
.f' has been effectively dispelled since the
good shotgun pretty advent of
on a small scale. Price
:' pilfers Pharmacy. 50c guaranteed.
I'o' the Winchester Shotgun. These Sold within
Repeating guns are reachof
f "Of all the rascality recently exposed Daily or Weekly Board.
4 nothing surpasses the conscienceless almost everybody's purse. They are safe, strong, reliable and handy

: _V When it comes to shooting qualities no gun made beats them. Theyare House Newly Furnished.
i I. transactions of those who were in charge
made in 12 and 16 Step into a store and examine
gauge. one.
,:t : of the Equitable. Scarcely a day passes seat coaah Arrays Goon, cue Everything First Class.
FREE Sad namt and address on a. ,odd card for our 14r,. OUulraltd ",do,...
(, y"b some, new form of embezzlement l ,is m trace sold 0 WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., NEW HAVEN, CONN. ..

: announced. One day we learn that
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X ;,... itmta',.'ho seek the:mild dimate dar.j .. Croon:bie ;istned an- official=circular three :

: lisTheee j people eke the boards' of'-eonnty.=commissioners:: clue fl1

4 oatat.llvfng;SJ begging;V.borrowingg:,or the. various counties.. Tbif is, an ROAD. .
f i Mealfng;. !new bj,working; "" I of 2.: .:milleIoverJast year,'and is caused' t : !
ll \The last;flegiilahire;amended:the"'pit.: the-deficit:in the.state pension fond. np

; o/i..grancy. lap sblt, 'would. control ibis ele- .. Following is ,Comptroller Groom's town ,
_. t.-1 0eb1, and.npw;;;'every. mt.D.:can aid in ficial.circular i : ."". .' : 1
aa a :
: treeing the community of;i this' nndesira'bhclaea Comptroller's office, state of u

1\' .' of J people, ,Thee. law .aaysT'thatvacranta Tallahassee,'July 13. To the tau g np the
:" ,:;V:1t are as folkiwsiw4 J ors of the several counties of the st of l:
Rogxiwi and vagabondg,idleor dissolutepeitioni Florida-Gentlemen: 'The.totAl tax to

";$ '1t:.. who go about ,begin|,;common for.the year A; D. 1905 i is fixed.at 6 wide.

Ramblers; persons.who use juggling or unlawful as follows :, v. v ,
"' games or plays, common pipers or General revenue_______________ 1} ,np
JItJxf; '''fiddlers 1 ,., common ;drunkards!,. common State school taxi;______________..: 1 :]
., night walkers' thieves; pilferers: traders Pension ernor---------------tax (as reduced by gov i to the M

.iii win leh.pJ'OpenYj 'lewd, wanton and State board of health tax.: --_---- J a :

: *.iicivions; persona in speech or.behavior, You are, therefore, directed ,to

W : keepera,of gambling places, common the:state taxes on the. real and rso P

4 :: railera 1 and brawlers. ,.persOns who neglect. property of your_ county a\<'6 mills or] corner to.

their calling employment, and misspend dollar. A. (X:CEOOM, Comptroller.When ,
; what they earn; and do not pro &

' vide for themselves or?for the support oftj yon want a pleasant of a
.families : that is easy to take and certain to act,
their ,. persons' wandering from
Chamberlaln'aStnmach and Liver
> place.to'place able to" work, and who are For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy.COMMISSIONERS to the

;': .'without means, and who. .neglect to earnw .
their support and live by pilfering or B.
ibfgging, idle and disorderly persons, including Governor Broward'.made the : I
w t thoee'who neglect lawful busi- appointments on the school board and '. road.
ness and habitually misspend their time the board, of county commissioners .
; by.frequenting houses' of iil-fame, gambling Brevard county the Brat of the pres : '

houses or tippling shops! persons able week: R. K Mima, district 2, or: np th
to'work but who are habitually idle and venture, and E. B. Arnold: of 0 road., }

; lite upon the earnings of their wives or district 3, to be members of the

minor, children, and all able-bodied. male' public instruction for Brevard county. up
kt persons .over 18 years of age who are T.'J. Cockshutt, of districts, grove
: without means, of support 'and whose and J..F. Woolen, of district' 4; Cocoa !

parents or guardians are unable to:sup; be county commissioners for B

port them, and who are not usually in county.. __ .J from be
% attendance upon some school or educational '
y establishment, but who live .in' .
habitual idleness, are" declared vagrants, President Blackman, of Rollins
and upon conviction shall ,be :subject to Winter Park, has received and offer :
the $20,000'library for the college from i }
penalty provided. '
k drew.Carnegie.. The condition is : and i
The law also that information *
says upon proper
I $20.000 in addition be its
provided as
made upon oath before an officer
dowment fund. Rollins has ROAD
authorized to act in 'such case be }
shall issue his warrant for the .arrest of quarter of a million within two years.

any person therein named'or described Good for Stomach Trouble and *. from as a

:: ; :who is charged therein with being a vagrant .
:-.. under of the provisions of the : "Chamberlain's Stomach and
any from
<.u ; Tablets have done me a great
:;;l 4;7: foregoing section, and such warrants good," rays C. Town, of Rat district. }
el- :; shall be executed by any sheriff, consta Ontario, Canada.. "Being a mild J'c I ,
t ) ble'policeman,or private person duly authorized the after effects are not unpleasant ROAD
.- can recommend them to all who F"'I (,'
-3 thereto the officer issuing
't-70; : by from stomach disorder" For sale ? in
such warrants, but any sheriff, constable, Red Cross Pharmacy.
policeman or other lawful.officer may ar- I Old the
rest any vagrant described in the foregoing ,THE NEW EVERETT filled

section without a warrant in case they Mr. J. A. Homan is among; the needed.

delay,in procuring one would probably most American writers on music and
enable such alleged vagrant to escape ar sicians. In the Cincinnati from a third) )

., ':Test.Any person so arrested by virtue April 30th, 1905, Mr. Homan says creek ( 1
3, of a warrant shall be given a speedy trial fred Reisenaner: slough)

W'r' and ,upon conviction shall be fined not "Though a German, Mr. as,a J t'

_4'' 'exceeding $250 or by imprisonment not has always been a favorite in Russia \ 4
s more .than. six months. his aitistic gauge in that country is e

the highest Physically' i
?t.' Not a rent, wantrd, unless you are ally and temperamentally
rick and ailing, take I
cored., If yon are
of the '
giant keyboard. By reason d
.Hollisters' Rix-ky M'iintainTea. A great:
blessing Iii the .tIman family' Makes i artistic triumphs in America in
yon well-keei* you \\ell. .3,i cents, tea son of 1903-04( ( the public appetite the

or tablets. Ask your druggist. vA urally whetted for his, second of
*. the early part of next fall."
FALL ExaMINaTIONS.. / It is important to remember
z.T', County Superintendent of Public Instruction "giant of the keyboard" this .
Walker has announced
t 13; the fall John examination R. applicants fort living pianists chose Everett
,': positions as teachers in the public schools his great work when in America in
of Brevard county will he held Tuesday, 04, and it is still more important
Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 5th, 6th highly significant that he .4 e
x and 7th. correctness of that judgment by
The following is a list of the text booksto
Everetts for his tourof 1905-06.
be used at- the basis of the September t
( -s. examinations: We challenge the world to 1 "
Orthography-Reed's Word Lessons parallel to the situation. The

k ... (25 cents) by Maynard, Merrill & Co., of pianos (the present, or new ) .

New. York. standard author will less than seven years on the market- # fir
.... Reading-Any yet it is chosen for the highest I 'ttl
v' answer.Composition-Butier'S School English class of artistic work by the I ;e .I

rj (75 cents) by American. Book Company, and women on the concert stage II4i
York'or Atlanta. .
New Reisenaner, Burmeister,
} hv. Arithmetic-Milne's American Book Company.Standard ((65 cts.)\ Mme. Birdice Bly, Lillian Ct'I

to.: English Graramar-Metcaira \(W centsr ; many others. ..

by American Book Company.Field's Gram- These magnificent productions ox
HUtory- ;
United States art of piano construction are
School ($1)) by American Book Com- .
% mar stock by the Indian River Music j
pany.. Florida- History-Green's: or Fairbanks at Titusville, Fla., who sell );,
;p- :($1.25)) br H. & W. B. Drew Company, equally as favorable terms as the' 1 ""
.Jack onvdle. Natural AdVan'ei disposed of in the largest cities I : tl
; Geography-Redwa American Book Com"Ph'ysiologyColeman'a south. Buy the Xew Everett, the !'ene. I :
G, ($1.25)) by. { ,
tic standard of today, and we .,
Elements of((90 that you will have the best piano and >
At- E. :
cents) by the duced in the world.

i .Tanta.t Government-Boynton's School Y
& Spoiled Her Beauty.
Civics {$1} Gina & 0>., Atlanta.
V -White's School ($1)) by Amerean Harriet'Howard, of 209 W. L.
Book Company. New York, at one time had her
Physical Geo>phy-Tarr'8 Sew ($1)) spoiled with skin trouble. She I I '"
the McMillan Company, Atlanta. "I had salt rheum or eczema for
.by Theory and Practire-coUrse8: of Study but .nothing would cure it until for
.and Methods of Teaching, by Prince (S1), Bncklen'e Arnica Salve." A ,
& Company, Atlanta. sure healer for cuts, barns and (! at (
v .r GTb. book8 may be had of most book at Red Cross Pharmacy.CABTORIA.. i 1 I
from the pabhsh-
Q dealers in the state, or
of the price. '
on receipt
N en, the list from

fi. r. examination the The boob only used change are 18 those a made basis on in for civil the govern-spring 13wra 110 ib l' Iva Nate thrafs

and practice.
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dOn'sofw-tr inniSg4penda eAl1YeIY upon'f 4' depend on dealers for the sale- of their paints
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''i-'ri",, '; r4l this pattem.Nodri63'etafe'.be..d: ', tH\ 4polltpatd. paint that thought well of direct from the manu-
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1 .' Be'snrR't4:;Wftttkptaltrrape: !., i r i' }Mr .. fa turer. But you would make a mistake.

c aIn.7aKlve'f1aU; ddreu.',aS veral',daJ: < ;;f F .A'Sure,WarIf .. _

1 \''.."."..,."" ;'>*./c .f..._,., .... ....k,.. ..anowcdd_ >-.. '. .-...fordelirerr.pf'.' '. .>.. -'patter,,, _.";"'i?"'rLddmD '" ..;, .. ". .. .rz t-1;.. ;.. ." you' would nave' a thing well done.. The manufacturer might take your money and sell .
, < ; 'F"-T"' ::>" I .. ... _... declare.
As Franklin would the but he would
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,. : ... .. Jt. !. ; Tell fook'you like It rare much for the paint as if you bought it from a dealer. H e '
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't ''::t ':'it--; amve in-T4 ashiugtoo;iu''Augustr l. $ sThe fte B .yacht is quite fast lsnt It?"
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;&; 1t i'i B. Obo ; : "Very fast.. You 'ought to see howit
'f r WUkesbarreV; has been'appointg headVand- 'are/protected' by ridges.( of '_is'going. .through/his; money."-New V{c quote to the man.that uses ,the paint the lowest .

j r 1{ 5" c cfdet oftile-bureau;of.:ride..reta1 bone above and.,beneath, 'o rarely'd that %:jerystrqng"jl "' 'prk' Press: and best price, reserving no margin to protect agents.We .,
- low Jnftf
!', > ace.
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:\'t"'J--i\d: : : ,f ': *": ": bontuseor blacken the sur pay freight.
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. :' ; 4t ?S : :JdW tt'J. P:; .. ..' ; : 9JfOeorp'streetEc1IDf '] : ; eyes "Each. dog has his day" gladly our customers paints. I
...'!-lias: :: ;rttieedTitter'; 'theteioiii: ; placed tontbeu: utslde..efthe. sound' Is a proverb o'er trite. Write for sample cards and paint advice and blanks
.r'.t '
skullnlast:: would,have,these So we add If we may. .
*: )' l'J.terrice. ;:b d', ; ba1t' years' valuable'memDerscrusbedby\>persona : or Each. cat has his night! .. showing how to measure houses to show the quantity of
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"fi. :.-, \t f..tVpibtegr-pf: Senator.r .,btttredge. Htf Bread Qoots.. The Horac, Wild and Domestic '* any first class business ouse or any bank in New Orleans, or

-,, %it'1--":. 1!'A f."ent9-two; vearsjot"" ,.age.<; tandestir The boots of,th&tlme-ofL: :: '%IV.. Civilization does'not tend to the' the mercantile agencies if we are responsible i

.; :;ail<'teeteeveninches:LLin his .stocking were. oftenf two feet"broad. at. .the top.. ; horse's longevity. In'a wild state he

...gp :r V .feet.and.Reigns 300 pounds. 'i"I I ;-' -.- O' lives while to the be'thirty-six domestic:, horse forty Is years old old at 11R.. McWilliams; Limited, t

.. Y r r /j: ; M.vSeare, of Jfioston,:but.,recentlyoqt"oL Frederick. the Great. .

;'i ,; : ; his '..teens; to the., biggest. ; tax.. Frederick' the Great- had .a sharp twenty-five... .. years. Store.and Offices'342: Camp Street.

:g& .?*?%."'r- *. payer"r ,of C .his -city' ,:the. ;value of his property 'hatchet face- with" a coia,.. blue eye Dahomey Factories 1135, 1137, 1139, 1141 South Front Street.

; "J :>. ..: ; aggregating from *|20,000,000 to that, as one of' his contemporaries said Dahomey Is the smallest state In Africa New Orleans, Louisiana, ;1

:" ;. ::1j2g,000,0x, 'hlch..h..Inb; r1ted from "gleamed. like a reflection. of light"from '
*. : : > It has 4,000 square miles, almost ESTABLISHED I893i The oldest paint manufacturing house in continuous
,4 4'v. XhJa father. f a bayonet.. the exact size of Connecticut.One '
''" ;!' successful operation under one management, south of Louisvilleor i. 1
.r: ,s'o: Inereompliment' paidn
was ever
;#: r: '> St. Louis

-.. !ix .';; .: '"'g lawyerthau'that'of' : ;Spegial'Dlatrlctt Preitldljrltator: ; activity Dollar Saved Represent Ten Dollars _
4. =Tblsword: means, literally, ; Earned.The I
tt"'A Taft brother 'ofthO'BeC-
.. Attorney 5a ;, _
1: of the fingers. The French ;academy
tr.1.t": ; : 4"d'. ; of .Elihu Root that average man does not pave to ex- -- -- '

iti 3 : argument-is qonrincing that. Mr:. sanctioned its formation, thus forcingit wed ten per cent of his earnings. He
: '. jtoot it on posterity. It was coined by Jules: must spend nine dollars in living
: :) .,, (; cannot make fallible. I
: deBovereofnoble birth; a conjurer, for dollar saved. Thai being the
: k 1t:.: SP JEt.Brewer state;. senator from who abandoned the title 'of "" scamo- case every he cannot be too careful about nn 1

-f )::H-'f ;Dickinson' county la the ''egg.king" ,of teur" (Juggler) -as beneath.his. aristocratlc -, necessary expenses! Very often a few Florida East Coast Railway. af

1 : ;ilansasSenator! ., '.Brewer: _shippedJOO dignity.: cents properly invested, like baying seeds

; i ,.'r.. > carloads'of eggs:last.year. 'As'there. for his garden, will save 'several dollars .

.:44..; ;ate12,000dozenspf: .eggs_in'every;:car., Keyie: '.;Theory.Kepler outlay later on.Colic It is Cholera'and the same in buyingChamberlain's Dftrr- Local Time Card No. (2. In Effect April 17 :1

r1. ;A ie bought and marketed a,total.of.14, believed the totie ,
.." firmly moon
"'-. <" .... .. hoea Remedy. It costs but a few cents
tl' 1 :-auu.. OOO eggs.Frank inhabite&r He of the: .
-,-"" "" } always: spoke and a bottle of it in the house otWn'sa ves 80UTH.BOUND.RaO DOWN. NORTH-BOUND-BEA9; UP.
': : Bosworth' Brandegee, ,:theUnited supposed people of that. 'orb'aa "the a doctor's bill of several dollars. For.sale
I,{ ;,. States ;'senator' to succeed thelate' '
: Selenltes. by Red Gross Pharmacy.For I. .. ... 19 STATIONS 10.n. I. 91 -
: Orville H.: Platt Connecticut, Dill,. Dill,. Dally. DIIIJ.

;.;r ;l has an inherited gift, of oratory, his One R a'it bt the Derby. Over Sixty Years. -
lOOp 9 40 a LY ___Jaekeonv111e_._ Ar t DO 9 50e
1J t aq: father,' Augustus Brandegee, havingfor Speaking of the gambling evil,' a, Mrs: Win )ows' Soothing Syrup has 07p tna 1 ., .__50. acbODTtllfJ_ LY Gnp Ina
;" London "I- look aisp1055fI ___St,Au ustlne __ k J $0 1SO
f years. been the chief spellbinder .coroner; says: always been used for over by millionsof P a
sixty years .
6 63 P 1132 a' _.Hast1ng8 ,.,. 4 65 P 6 49aess
" :: '" of eastern-Connecticut for suicides after the Derby. After mothers for their children while teething 710p 1160 a 1, .. ,.??__.East Pala\b._?_..?_ 4 Ii p a '

thateyentyou always find that-a certain with It soothes the .
: Daniel Tarbox Jeweti. probably the perfect success. ,
umber 7 3S p 12 15 p.Ar ..._._...?.,P"I&\k& ___ LY 410 p 600*
_ :. .oldest lawyer.in the.Untied: States,soon of' shop assistants have child, softens the gum, allays all pain,, 6 is P 11 25 a LT __..__Pala\ka____ lor 6 00 P I IS a
absconded and a number, other people cures wind colic, and is the best remedy -
iIJfl ; will .enter upon his hundredth year. for diarrhoea. It will relieye the poor 82-1 P !a 00 III Ar ...__._San H'Ito..._?_ Lv 2 13p82Jp ...- C9e
Ai He 'was born la Maine; .and lives. atiJj.ft have committed suicide., .. little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists 00i 210p 8 00 a.LT ...__S,1nKateo_,..? .. ,,... Ar fIGa

{ ,. present In>StY Look' Ie.retired at the in every part of the world. Twenty -7 511 P U-32 pI L' _.__._?Nooga'...___._ LT -3 n p SMaS38a ........
' ',j; age of ninety, after :nearly< sixty years .Hew Zealand, five cents 'a bottle. Be awe and ask for 803p 12 47 PI .. ....___....._DunLel1s______ 3 Up 0
Zealand commemorates the love 810 12 65 __......__..Dul'.nt.---. 337p 829a
.New P q4
t.; 4 off.active _practice Jn his chosen pro: "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and 841p 1 2' PI) '. .?....?...___ Ormond.,.__?.__?? S 10 p 469ft .
t :, fessiozu of the Dutch explorers for their native take no other. kmd.; 853p I 39Pi ?__Dyumn___ '4 lOOp 4 47 a ...V't .
J't',' country. There is a district in Hol- OkA 04p92Sp 1 PI _._.?..?Port Orange_._ ?_ 2 6U P 4 38 a CII
The Siamese minister.' Phya AkharaJ known 3 15 Ar _?.? New Smyrna.._.__ 2 SOp 41Sa10p MN
as PI
Varadnara,.hia fane a victim to the -- -
1 f r : Bought 8, 10 21 a T-i-. ........ Lake Hd -fascination. of the game of golf. He is tAn gsyathe 10 9't a 3B5p -Oiang CUT.?.__._ ,. 12 89 p 8Mp645p .t ;
I A member of. the' Chevy' Chase Golf Old English Law. ..._\ ceys11I' 2H 10 5a 4 OOp .._.....Orange City Junction..?" 12 SOp
Many curious Instances of old laws n
slab of Washington. Mr. 'Varadhara If. 9 a. p 225p261p LT ?_ .?,......New Smyrna.........__. LT :2'r0 p 4 OS a I
practices with great faithfulness with may still be found !in England. In JO 00 P _.__Oak Hill..__'._.._. 1 Sip 139"1 _
Chester the man who fails to raise his C 10 39 p 330p830p Ar ...__..._....Tiu8Tille.__.?...... .. 1 16 p 3 00 a ria
driver: cleek and putter and takes partin
-- ---
golf which hat when a funeral'Is passing becomes o > 00a1033p ...__.. Ar.....____.Sanfonl_.__._. LT 10 CO a 10 OOa e ,
: every competition- liable by an'old law to be taken beforea Chamberlain'sCOLIC. tI) .1000a LT _......._.......Snnt'Td... ........... ArTitusville .. .9 OOa 9
dub has.
/ &. -
L magistrate and Imprisoned. Lv __...__._ ...._..... Lvj) 1 15 p 3 00 a -i
11 lap 4091" ..' ..._..___.O>Coa_..?_......... 1123'-p. 319a ,,t y
f.e.: THINGS THEATRICAL CHOLERA AND 03bfl 122) 4Iip ...._._,Rrxklertge__..__ 112001' 216. p
., Richard Brlnsley: Sherldaa. 11 S3 I' 4 45 p II.. _.____.Ea.u Gal.ie..?.,... _... ::118 A 144 a _
.. Sheridan was a handsome young Diarrhea RemedyA 12 03 a 4 M p .___Ml'lbnurne_. _.._ .. 11; 4d a, 1 34 a110lft,1351a s
.tPf. Marine Elliott hat, 'made. a decided C 12 51 a 837p629p' ..........?.....Sebaetlan...._?.. .. ? w
X. ..' bit London.. man, but in middle life'dissipation destroyed 1 39 a II ..___.8t. Lucle..._....?.. .. 1011 a 112 oem #
".' \ very trace of his former good "aCO l 165 a 645p: ..., __...........Fort Kfrce...._?_...?. .. 10 b5 65 P J
;1' There will be two companies playing doses of this remedy will o> 2 18 a223a 78p' ____Tlbbals__._ 930a'll' 22 p C
;:, "Little Jones" looks 'and at first glance he seemed 712p ?.-..........--.Tflnn......... --- "' 9 26 a 1118 p
Johnny road
I. on the next singularly repulsive'"Crocodile invariably cure an ordinary'attack 2 2 29 a 7 17 ....._.....__J..nAl\n_..__...__. 9 Via U13p1104p
1, season. of diarrhea. 2 39 a '128 PI". _.,.__?......._Stuart.........__ .. 911 a 3
s It has been used in nine epi- 3 03 a 7 56 __._Kobe S..und...___ .. 842a2tal019p. 10 36 V
,.; Au exceedingly funny travesty on demics of with 3 27 a S .............West Jiipiti-r..,.?..._. .. Q.
a cooking Is given by Robinson andGrant1 Te...." dysentery perfect 4Ju i04a432a 8 1 pi, ...,..?West Palm Deach.....?_ '1 U A 9 is P
'Crocodile tears" area alluded to success. 918p928p .. ..._.?_Boynton ...-...._ ., 7 20 a 918p V
in ,their vaudeville 6k tclL by It can always be dependedupon % 142 a ....?... ?_"...De-Iray............??? 7 10 a V 08 P .(
The realism of the scenes of "The several Latin and Greek authors it be- aCQ B 37 a 10 :zl __. Lauderdale ___ "' 61R a Slip
in the --
c ing a superstition the ancients even more severe 6 46 a 10 30 PI". ..._............... Danla_......._..__ .. 610a S 06]P .
First Born" are heightened by the Introduction among attacks of cramp colio and chol- 558a104Jp62lallU7p| .....__._JIaIJandale_.._.??__ .. 5 58 a 7B4 ]
-. ,of a number of native Chi- that the crocodile, after killing a man, era morbus.It ..._..?... Lemon City..__ ,. 5 34 a 7291 p
-hamen. ate all his body but his head and shed is equally successful for 8 35 a 1115 p!Ar ..?_ ...?_._MiamJ??___.?_ LT 8 25 a 720]P
tears over that before eating it also.Denmark. summer diarrhea and cholera -Daily -- -
Thomas E.-Shea is now pleasantly' Daily
Infantum in children, and is the EX. I HOMESTEAD EXTENSION
located In his Sea
R attractive summer home J
means of saving the lives of many
at Belfast,, Me., where he rests aftera '
Denmark .was at first Danmark or children each year. Ci3a'......... l.v .m ?.... Miami ._?....__ Ar -- -600
long and trying season like that the mark or limit set by Dan a Scan. When reduced with water and 8 00 a';'?..._ Ar _._ __.....Homestead.__?._ LT ......?_ 345p P

which has Just closed In Philadelphia.. divanlan chief who claimed jurisdiction sweetened it is pleasant to take. .

Edgar L.' Davenport has originated over its territories. Every man of a family should No 23 No. 21'No. 19 No 17 No. 15 'N4.201: N0.ti No. 2.

n many ,roles, ,including Jack Larrabee. keep this remedy in his home. Dilly Sunday Sunday Sunday'; Dally MAYPORT BRANCH. No. 18 Sunday Sunday' Dally
Bay it It life. EaSun Only Onl' Only. ;Er Sun Daily' 0..1,.
' ; In The College Widow," Captain Cro- doth From the Pineapple Plant. now. may save ; Only Eaios

.- zier in "A Woman's. Reason" Chambers'ln 'The fiber of the 'pineapple is finer PRICE, 25c. LARGE SIZE, Me.KILLTHICOUOH. lOOp 545p 200p 930a' 900aLv' ?._.JacksonviI\\ ..._ Ar 830a1200n 54Sp Slap
aOBp 661p 203 P 9 ; 8a.908aAr.So. Jack'lonflllfJ_ Lv 822aH62a
+f "Pudd'nhead Wilson" and Philip and stronger than that yielded by any IlOp 'I2' p 240p'1010a; 929a __Pablo n..ach.._ "' 'J OaU20a 6 06 p 507p'Up
r Norton In "The War of Wealth." 145p 29p 2 45 p'10 15 a 944a _.Atlantic Buch.'J 4Sa 1115 a 6 00
.. 420p
other A of
plant rope three-quarters loop 745p :3 00 P II 3d 110 00 a -.--.- MaYP"rt?...,_. 1 30 a 1100 a 'U Slip
"i Since Jefferson's death the veterans
an.Inch in circumference made of pine-

of the stage are J. H. Stoddard, seven- apple fiber'will bear a.strain of 5,700 PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEASlSflIP CONNECTIONS
,* iy-eight C. Leslie Allen, seventy-four; pounds.: A beautiful fabric known as AND CURE THE LUNGS

,4 Henry .Clay Barnabee, seventy-two., pina.Is made from It.

Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the p, & 0. S. S. Compaq for
y r Indigestion.Wit'i Baseball Players and Foot Racers. King'sNew
its heart barn flata Louis J.
n companions, Kroger, champion )long distance
R lens:;, torpidity of the liver constipation, foot racer of Germany and Holland,

pa-pita ion of the heart, poor blood head. writes, Oct. 27,1901: "Dunn my train- Discovery frotnThthese e:! can s flowarrival tralna mar them t64 to wrtv lAutA d Mri

v a 'acUi a.'It other nervous symptoms,sallow ing of eight weeks' foot races at Salt Lake aor II SAil beheld or departure., .itotedli ru.rsn&M4
Company SO
rnnCONSUMPTION responsible
F ski :', foul tongue, 'Offensive breath and a City, in April last I used Ballard's Snow 'OUGHS fad Price an7118laya oranroonaegnenca&rt.I1JII Ulerefrola

4 lep, .n'uf other ailments, is at once the Liniment to my greatest sati.faction. FOR I SOc &SI.00

nu4ttdespre&dand destructive malady Therefore highly recommend Snow VLDS Free T ial. Effective Jun 3. 10u thr tcheiliiir! fisuu.- ire Mayport branch and Homestead
American The Her. extension now ell i tj. rtahhr.8willIr' n:, d. additional trains being into
yl amtne; people. Liniment to all who are troubled with Surest and ftuickeali Cora for all pat
service bftween .ft*' G vill and Mayi->r t and 'h vice between Miami and Homestead
biiJ utment will all these
a} cure iron sprains braises "
; or rheumatism. THROAT
25c. and LUNG
TROUBLES ain day each KMli '.
rediued toHomreteat' h a way liauiiSa and
being m. leave
Mt) .. '&;- bottle. Sold by Red Cross' 50C. and$1.00. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy or HONEY BACK.. 1.00, riVIU/l: \ ..mi 2:3 |. ,rrct schedule see leturubg of
agent the
Thi *cy and, Eau Gallie Pharmaey, and Eau Gallic Pharmacy. F. E. C E'o;, f'-T .. t' : ....card I address ti J 1j. D. Rah<:rSt.any A Dgu5tine, kla

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., stons announced in 'lOOi-namely,.that- Deaths.

i 'j 'LABOR- cancer is not associated'with peculiarl'ties" Robert D. McGonlgle;the'well known UM the r Steoacbs andBowds of Bears theSignature .

of diet,.'cliriiate'r mode of living. author and promoter of sports, died at .
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>.i1t''k' < ,'lron- "Strike- Avtrted.TCbe .' The results pointed to the necessity of Plttsburg July 5 in his room., Near IMAMS ( HILDIUIN

4' : : ','officers.of, the ,International :Association1 studying more'''closely 'the process ofcell was. an empty i vial. which had, contain ,

-: ? of Bridge, and ,Structural multiplication in the. hope of find ed chloraL He had given away 'toe Promotes DtgesHonChceifuI-

I :Ironworkers;announced-July 4' that a ing a.clew to the mystery of this disease. greater,part of his, fortune and recently : .. 'nessatd est.containsneit r : :

ii ,strike. of 50,000 honsesmiths had, been ,Tho' capacity-of perpetual multiplication lost much money by speculation.RELIGIOUS Oium.Morphine nor}fmual.JtoTNABCOTIC. of ,
of cells separated.,the caucer I
averted' by ,the signing of a yearly \
: from all oth'er: : known Infective 'dis .
,f agreement on,the part ,of the.National There 'J I I .. } '
eases. was oerldence'yet obtained ,
( .
'#..tJ. Association' of ,Structural Steel Erectors. ..1",".,
that radium emanations had
This agreement is similar to the ..lIftU1i91<<'ELPI1rIllH l''. iOp -
:.. any selecting .or special action on tumor :The Pope's Letter to Laymen.. .
.:. one signed last year.and continues the S.lAxhtM. -
... .. ..
tissues while the amount of radio .
X\ .
t. present wages of |450 per day. The recent encyclical of Pope Plus 1i
active solutions necessary to produce in \ hich Catholic laymen of Italy are StlII-. In I ,' -

:'f .Four Thousand,.Cloakmtkers on'Strike. any action of the tissues far exceeded encouraged to take part hi national 6 ;- j

:Y >' About '&,000 men and women em the quantity that.can be'safely intro politics has been received in this coun m ;,
"' 1- j
:? 'ployed in making chll en's cloaks duced into,the body try: In it the pope maintains that the I '

,were. called out" against. twenty New New "Live Forever Thsory. work to which Catholics devote themselves I UseFor -

:York, firms,',July 3, to enforce.the demand Professor Albert P.. Matthews of the must correspond to the' reqUirements I A Remedy for Constipation t '
for higher wages and union recognition. .University of Chicago, writing in the of society 'today. Catholics are Sour StonachDiarrhoca, }

Besides' these a thousandshlrtmakers July World Today, argues that by a: urged to prepare: themselves for public Worms.Convulsions.Feverish- ,' \ ;

struck for, higher wages new system of dietetics, which is expected life and to form electoral associations Over 1
ness and Loss OF SLEEP. 1
,BJUfunlon conditions. to supply the body with the exact looking to the welfare of the people. .. i: J'

Express' Companies,. Enjoined., chemical needs,"immortality of body Christian Endeavor Convention. facsimile Signature of .
.The new factor in the teamsters' and soul will be effected. He says The twenty-second International Years : :

strike'In Chicago was the order issued people are dying for, years'before they Christian Endeavor convention was Thirty

by ,Judge, Holdom for the six local express actually breathe their last, owing to opened at Baltimore, July 5, with 8,000 NEW YOHK.

companies to make deliveries to imperfect nutrition and assimilation. delegates in attendance. A: letter of regret Atb months old

,strike bound houses. i A Desert In tho Ocean from President Roosevelt was J5DOSESJ5CEMSEXACT "

Rival of A. F. L. Start d. An.Interesting report on the work of read, In which the work of the society 'CASTORIA' :

The convention of fabor organizations the government expedition the south for a quarter of a century was praised

'not:In sympathy -with the methods Pacific,, headed by. Protessor.Alex n. highly for making better citizens. The COPy OF'WRAPPEB. ,

pursued by the American Federation der.Agassiz, on total_ receipts for the year were $66,515 ,
the, sounding and the expenditures $64,667. The THE CIKTAKH, Go-O.N T, HEW. TOUR GITT. --:
of Labor continued Its sessions .' (' I
last week with boat Albatross feature of the convention is a choir of
dally at Chicago a reported .
attendance of 203 delegates, Is summarized in 2,400 voices led by the Rev. Carey Bon- ,
.:# of the Searchlight ner of London. Representatives are t
:' representing a membership over,
It tells of the present from twenty-five denominations

f, 140,000 secretar/of; workers.: the Western William Federation D. Heyward'of, discovery of an of the Protestant church in all DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THE

chosen chair ocean desert, a parts of the world. .
.._ Miners was permanent
The Industrial Workers of'trie vast submarine Revival Converts In'London. j
<: man.
World was the name adopted for the Sahara, destitute In a thanksgiving service at the Albert EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?

:iJ:. new organization,..based 'on the necessity of every hall, London, July 2, the.American
vestige of plant
f.t of both the political and economic revivalists Torry and 'Alexander I
t! unification1.of the working class. At or animal life, brought to a close their five months' Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trucking and
covering m il- In General Farming? If so, subscribe for .the....... ..
the same time the need of having the campaign England. 'It was announced

revolutionary organization of that class lions of. square that 14,000 converts had been

\f. .. built up without ,affiliation, with any miles of the recorded since they came to London. FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.
ocean. The unexpected The cost of the revival :>
'j10 political party Is asserted. By economic was $8 ,000.
::?. unification Intended the affiliation of Alexander Agassiz.
" about It is that ISSUED ONCE A )IO TH. SAMPLE COPY FREE. .
all the workers in a given Industry as
it lies in shallow water ,as compared I SPORTING EVENTS I ADDRESS,
one department of the whole International
: with the rest of the Immense!;! depth ofthe'Pacific.

r*:" this programme.organization.was notable The adoption fpr bringing off It Is In reality an Immense Thery Wins Bennett Cup. E. V. BLACKMAN, Editor, MIAMI; FLORIDA.I

: into friendly relations Eugene V. volcanic plateau as shown by the Driving a Richard-Brasier ninety-six ____ __ u. ._ n _
rock and lava'ln the
" .: Debs,,the last presidential candidate of manganese dredg- horsepower car, the French automobilist -
Ings. The average depth was 200 fathoms John B Stetson
', the Socialist party and Daniel De Thery won the annual race for University
;. or 2,000 t et. II .
!. Leon, leader of the Socialist Labor par I I the Bennett cup over the Auvergne $

Jk ty. On July 4 the convention adopt course at Leschamps, France, July 5. DE LAND, FLA
. :- .ed an antimilitia resolution denying I MISCELLANEOUS I riding a total of 341 miles in 7 hours 10

;f!':' membership to any person who Joins minutes. Two Italians were second Affiliated With The University of Chicago

; the militia, accepts a position under The Funeral. and third a Frenchman fourth and
Hay COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those of the University of Chicago.
Is an Englishman fifth. None of the tlire
w.:: sheriff or police powers or a mem No American citizen ever bad a more Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and Chicago.

. .. ber of a detective agency In times of Impressive funeral than that "of John Americans finished. COLLEGE OF! LAW-Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law in Florida

{' Industrial disturbances. Mr. Debs declared Hay at Cleveland July :5, which was Hart, Heavyweight Champion. without examination.
ij?' that the Gompers American Federation i attended by the president and vice With Jame< J. Jeffries, the unbeaten COLLEGE or TECHNOLOGY-Mechanical, Civil Electrical Engineering and Manual
but retired Training courses leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment
f1." of Labor was positively reac- president of the United States, members heavyweight champion pugilist ,,.
f" 'tlonary because It was controlled. bythe of the cabinet and as referee Marvin Hart of Louisville COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banting in all its branches. Book-keeping by lest method. .
class. knocked out Jack Root of Chi Elective courses open in other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.
f capitalist
.. the governor of Ohio and many other PREPARATORY ACADEMY .
' .. -Graduates prepared to enter Harvard, Yale, Princeton
1'l> cago In the twelfth round of a fight at
citizens of prominence. Cleveland wag Cornell Michigan, Chicago; and all first class Colleges.
Reno, Xev., July 4. Thus Hart I>e-
I a silent city during the ntire funeral NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-1. Kindergarten in its own building. 2. Primary
I SCIENTIFIC ceremony and the streets through 'came'hamJlon.the Rekno"\\'lellfeU hea\"yweight and teachers.Grammar School in separate building. This School especially prepares Public School

". '" which the procession passed were lined
.iI, t The Roosevelt Sails North. by a throng estimated at 100,000. At MUSIC SCHOOL-A 10,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos,separate building, large faculty
Hair. thorough courses study.,
.. Commander Robert E. Peary, the veteran the same time services were held in
The hair grows Letter In light than ART SCHOOL-New studio. Costly casts,models, etc.
has started from Washington 'and all of the executive
, : arctic explorer, in darkness because of the stimulating Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold degrees from the University .
'w New York on board the new exploring departments were closed. A service effect of light and sunshine. It has ( of Chicago Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania. Bryn ..
, L ship Roosevelt with the determination was held in London, attended by Mr. Mawr. Bncknelt University Michigan, Dennison nd other Univen>ities. There are over "
f.}' to realize his life aspiration of Ilay's daughter Mrs. Payne tVhitney. been often noticed in the case of men $300,000.00 in buildings and equipment;nearly a quarter million dollar endow ment; an endowed
who sit in offices with one side always library of over 13,000 volumes: a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings including stained
planting the American flag at the north Chicago's Latest Census. turned toward the light that the mustache glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a $10.000 00 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus;
pole of the earth. The expedition Is From the Chicago directory for 1905 beard of that side Ion, an enclosed athletic field, running track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron besides -
or grows i
under,the auspices of the Peary Arctic swimming, golf rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women; five
K. Jesup 'Is the population of that city is now estimated ger than that on the other. large laboratories ft r Chemistry Physics Bacteriology Minerology and Biology; several
club of which to be 2,272,760, rn Increase of large museums and shops; electric lights electric bells, steam heat cement walks shell
president. Peary brought his new ship 31,760 since a year ago. roads;broad avenues spacious campus shrubbery and trees; social literary, musical and other #
from Portland to New York to fit out. I students' clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location u tti"
Breton to Clemency For Counterfeiters.The The beautiful and healthful and the expenses are low. -
started for Cape .
and coal then The crew are hardy Newfound president's action In restoring to most gardenersevery careful farmers I For catalogs, views, folders and information, add ness the President \

landers. The Roosevelt will go from' liberty the counterfeiters Kendlg and W place confidence in F rry'. LINCOLN HPLLEY A. )!., Ph. !>., DeLaml, Fla8BA IJ
Melville bay to the Whale sound and Jacobs on recommendation of James Seeds tnetlnd that never !< :
M. Beck who prosecuted the case has I
of the
Cape SabIne, where. '
most daring Eskimos, with dogs, been regarded as somewhat of a mys I il 3k i

sledges and wives, will be taken tery. ARD

aboard. Thence the ship is expected Accidents. I SEEDS IW

to plow her way through the Remedy The list of Fourth of July casualties
have been the standard for 49 yews. J
>and Robeson channels to Grant Land, as compiled by the Chicago Tribune They are not an experiment. AIRLINE RAIL'V.T 25Y_
where about Sept 1, the beginning of throughout the country is as follows: Hold by all dealers. 1903 Seed

the arctic winter the explorers/wlll go Dead 54; total Injured, 3,157; by -fireworks AniiMl fret for -FOR-
Into winter quarters, aoufI'U milCi 1,258; by cannon, 294; by firearms Detrolt tbeU\iDg.
from the north pole. FroA, there. : 446; by gunpowder 70G; by toy < Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines, .*

about Feb. 1, will begin tIll dasli north pistols, 373; by runaways caused by Richmond Washington Baltimore.

ward. The party will include Mr.Peary explosions, 80. Total fire loss, ?251,317.; f.,
and two other white men besides A tornado which occurred in Montague BO YEARS' Philadelphia New York
the Eskimos. county, TeL, July 5, caused the EXPERIENCE

Mr. Peary says the expedition has loss of forty lives, Injury to many other fi
three strong points in its ta,'or. First. persons and did vast damage togrowlng TWO ELEGANT TRAINS: DAILY. <

the most powerful ship ever built; sec crops and cattle. :

ond, his experience of seventeen years Later reports from Guanajuato a SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL.

In the arctic-?; third, his Knowledge Mexican town 160 miles north of Mexico

Of the Eskimos and boto, handlo City, which was flooded from cloud
them. ,He'Is. sure that he will find ua bursts July 1, indicated the number of DESIGNS MODERN PULLMAN EQrIP JEXT. ,

open sea. He admits that the chief dead in the neighborhood of 1,000. COPYRIGHTS Ac.
is sentimental their lives near Union-: Anyone sending a sketch and description may
there lost
reason for going Five men qntekly ascertain our opinion free whether an ONLY LJNE: : i
and that if we win the race it will be a town Pa., July 6, from'a gas explosion invention is probably patentabta. Communications
triumph over the greatest nations. in a mine shaft sent free. Oldest confidential.wency for Handbook secoruiffpatenta.on Patents, Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Oreai.s. i j
Patents taken throash jfnnn ft Co. reeelTCtfteitdnotift J
The French submarine Farfadet was ,without charge,la UtoScienttfic ;
,Cancer Still a Myitery.Daring ;v I
the third annual meeting ,of sunk by an explosion on board at SldlAbdallah Hmerican.A For full information and sleeper 1 reservations call on any Seaboard agect, or .
committee at London Tunis July 8. with one officer write to '* '
the cancer research handsomely flhirtrated weekl,. Irrertclr.
5 Sir William Church, president and twelve men. After lying at caution of any etentioe journaL Terms.13 a A. O. MAC DO 'ELL, S. C. BOYL8TOX. Jr., .
July f onr months.VL Sold by-U lIewldealera.UNN .
hours the Farfadetwas' :
College of Physl.n. the bottom thirty Aeet. General Passenger Agent, Passenger:
of the Royal Agent
of theput'year raised and ail on board were rescued I ieai' 1 CO."I.....,. New York SI
gold that tte'investigatlon I JACKSONVILLE FLA **
unconscious condition. JJrucIt .. J'8t.WlIIWWon.D.c- ,
only confirmed the conclu- In an

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.; .s s"i1imD v s'.1n"u DIBXCTOBYfatty amgartenlt;{:Mervin Wooten_ .; r.f.; >MELBOURNE.Messrs. ; JAMESPBTTCHABD,President. .- W.M.BROWN Vlce-President 11
'X.>>':<;"',,-!:;\" > WINSTON S.BBANNDfG, Cashier. _
also Bob Trivia, JesseGiberVfiayJohn, .Geo F. .,Padduon, Alex Near .
>, 4 b ,",";' *"' ftLlPl'Pac e>rppticaeankiatl atl'rt4T4 8Mwt"' of >>;: sou--cc-'i'f.l'J: 1....;:_Byan.- Cooper, .Cecil.. and,Mr. Bryant, of .Eau Gillie;and, Mr.

__ ,i G. _;"*'m' .....-.nice and cheap,also' ladiitf'....", c'and- men's' Iielaiid;'Hindle., ,Jesse Sinclair" 'and_ Cbas. Boiton, of Malabar;;.were. h\ Melhonkie INDIAN RIVER STATE Bill I :
Fps.<,_"'."<:'' fF-. ...,'t",*<__, .. mad-, .to- order.. '""" C r '. .i-\: Reel;Reward, ompirea. Score .27 ;to 5 last'week.. ; Ae
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}< favor-o ocoa. Mr. R. W. Beanjean haa about finished -
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.-:-':, : t.'t: 't't.W' IfI-:lID: PIRSOUll'; shipping life pineapple crop. Authorized CapitaL__....._ $flOO.UQo.00

,3. ":;",?}.;.A. :jaTc, l iFr' ., j -- "" :. -- Where are'.yon sick? 'Headache, foal- ,Mien Elizabeth M. Kyle, of Hobe Paid up Capital _______$ 25,000.00
': ": Average Deposits..............200000.00 f ''
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\ ..SeattoofpgalaBdefrem.hie.ibTTuwtti.aadYIUiaer.. tongue, no appetite, lack energy pain ia Sound, sister, to Mr.W. C. Kyle, was a .

:,-",.=!!..," ,,;(. "",,, 'I'.. -, ..} your'.atomach constipation., Hollister's guest of her brother at the Brown House l. TRANSACTS A
; Rocky Mountain Tea will make you well
General "
'<:", ""l"-: iti.: ..-... ... "' and keep you well. 35, cents.. Ask your l lastweek., \ Banking Business
.>';::";,,' '-'_ ,f"0.. a.. H.- $ druggist.' ... Crops of all kinds are doing well here Largest and Oldest
'Mr.: W. E. Howes spent Sunday:*t +" !, now,the late rains having done heaps of. Bank on the Hirer.
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good and loose -
Home everything thrifty.
and Sold All
Exchange Bought on .
t' ". Mr.T, D.P&rker'weDt, to' Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Buck and eon, also ,Capt;.Sam .Martin has- repainted the Foreign Countries.

.. 'Wednesday. morning on'> bnsitoess trip. Jobn 'R. Held, Jr., returned from extended launch Dreamer, and is' putting Canvas I Patronage'appreciated. Prompt service, ''w

i Mr. Coleman Williams, Mean.Marion visit to Cocoa beach, and report. a curtains on ber large cabin to keep out : polite treatment and every favor consistent tt

f t-- and. ,Foster" Bennett.and' Jesae; Glass'all splendid time only marred.a-. trifle by the gun and weather.Mr. with conservative COBBESPONDENTS banking granted. : k kr t t
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.: ?rf iJ.f'! ,took advantage of the Monday'excnreionfrom mosquitoes.. Redstone has,began the building of Empire Trust Company N. Y., Florida -

New Smyrna to Jacksonville Mr. D. StC. Nisbet took a, few of our a handsome cottage- the bluff for Mr. Bank &Trust Company. JacksonvilleFla.

'(. ', it, Mrs. H:'S. Barker baa returned from young'people in his launch to Georgiana Sayprs. of Pennsylvania.Mrs. '

:4 ( ,: ,BaY&rd'--where she was with,her daughter, Sunday for the day. .. J.. A. Hoke, of,Cocoa, is visitingat TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

fit ,Yre"Asa wing,:,for several weeks, and The" large addition to the Indianola the home of her father-in-law, J. A.

i ; reports- the arrival.of a little grandson.. House is about completed (looks like a Hoke, 8r.: 'Mr. Hoke, Jr., spent Sundayin PENNEY & BRANNING

.:rt' "' V The'church bell was hung and rang for hotel), and will be,ready in the winter to Melbourne. < ,

1 the first time on Saturday, and the efforts open her hospitable doors, and so many Soon wedding bells will*ring in Mel- /

, if;- of our citizens" will .now- be devoted to won't require, to be turned away from bourne. All are busy preparing for this f TITUSVILLE, '

new sills and brick piers'onder event. ....
X .,Ij:_ I I getting .our favorite island.Pineapples happy -
._< f' F _' the church. are beginning to be shipped Mr. and Mrs..R., W. Goode went' to

':' -ir.:! Mrs. Z. ,Williams,and Miss Brooks: from this section, and are a very fair'size Ean Gallie Sunday to spend the day with Fashionable Clothiers

{'t Curry and Miss Annabel Williams; and considering the cold weather in January. their son and daughter, Mr. and M'?.

.err. the younger boys, leave next Tuesday for :Mrs. W. S. Gratnling, from Miami, has Claude Edge. .

: \' Washington, D. C., and will.be the guests arrived with her baby boy to- ..cheer the Many of, our Melbourneites are

; 11 Y qfMre. Williams' brother, Mr. Lee Lips- hearts other parents, .Mr. 'and Mrs. W. spending the summer north, are complaining 'ana Gents' Furnishers

'. comb, who was a lieutenant in the R. Sanders. of the hot weather, while we are

r- :.: ,Spanish war, and has been one of the The majority of our young folks attended enjoying cool Atlantic breezes. If we _ -- -

r fit :::<. chief auditors in the postoffice depart the dance Wednesday evening in could only ship mosquitoes} away this The Queen Quality Shoe for ladies is-the

'.. ...went. for many years. Cocoa, and as usual enjoyed themselves. would be a paradise, but they have just most stylish and durable in the world. In
': ':. put in their appearance with these rains,
Beautify complexion with little S addition we keep the famous Edwin Clapp and
g :- your Buy It Now.' and we will have to. entertain them for a
cost. If yon wish a smooth, clear, cream Crossett Shoes. All class to be
high goods
cheeks, laughing Now is the time to buy Chamberlain'sColic little while. I
complexion rosy II
eyes, take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.It Mr.Charles J. Brady, after a few weeks I. "V found here. Manhattan Shirts, E. & W. Collars : .
ia certain to be needed later
Tea, the greatest beautifier known. 35 and when that time comes sooner you will or need illness, passed to rest on the 13th inst., Stetson and Knox Hats.

;. cents. Ask your druggistKOCKL ilbadly-yon will need it quickly. Buy at the home of his sister, Mrs. Robert

it now. It may save life.; For sale by Nicholson. Mr. Brady was born in Dublin -

t DGBilT. Red Cross Pharmacy. Ireland, and was 82 years of age. He iieeiz Anything and'e erything.else that
Wells .of Point
Benjamin City' ,
was a member of the Protestant Episcopal .
z joined the Methodist church at Cocoa on I TROPIC. church.' He was also a member Union into wear you can bay beret

: Sunday evening, July 16th. I' Rain, rain, and mosquitoes ojus. lodge No. 3, F. and A. Mat Detroit,

,- Mr.: Porcher made a flying trip from I' Mr. Geo. F. Ensey spent two days in Mich., having been made a master Masonin HAIL ORDERS SPECIALLY SOLICITED

Jacksonville to Cocoa last week on business Titusville this week. 1869. He also held membership in

' looking after his interests here.A 1 Several young people joined a party the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. '
$1500 cottage will be built in the near' I from,Eau Gallie and visited the beach The funeral service was conducted by the .

y future on the lot of St. Marks church. I'' Sunday. Melbourne lodge No. 143, F. and A. M., .

The Cocoa Jnnior baseball nine go to Messrs. John Carter and Geo. McJnn* with their beautiful and impressive form.A Have Made a .

Eau Gallic on Wednesday, July 19th, to! kin made a business trip to Cocoa Satur number of Masons from Eau Gallie Reputation \

play the Juniors of that place. I and Malabar attended. of Their Own.
George Douglas returned on Sunday number of our citizens have cold, ,
last from a visit to Georgia. I severe enough to be considered la grippe. RIQhent Railway Station. The success of the San Mateo Cigar ;

Mr.and Mrs.James Boyle and children, Mr Dykes Smith visited Tropic! Sun The railway station at Galera, in is one of the greatest triumphs !

:.. Mildred and E+ward, drove to Sharps on Peru, 16,635 feet above sea level, is believed of the East Coast since the freeze.
attend the farewell bachelor day.Mr. to be the highest human habita-
Sunday last to Wesley Conner,of Fort Pierce, wasa I Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the
dinner given,by Mr. Swinson, who pleasant visitor at Mr. Carter's, Sunday j tion in the world: Island uf Culm can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East
left for Georgia Monday. Coaet plantations, the cigar industry of the world has never produced a better article.
returning on midnight train. I
Making Tea Ia Japan.In For pale all tlu.It'alin hotels and clubs and the Union News
and little'eon, of Melbourne by by Companyn
i c Mrs. Conkhng
Misses Gertrude Jones and Minnie'Math making tea in Japan the hostess tram entering Florida.
: was visiting Mr, and Mrs. C. H. rs visited in Tropic Thursday. pours the powdered tea from the caddy every
1 L Hibba this week. Twenty Sizes,. Styles and Grades to select from
Mr. H. H. Giant: 'and family went to and the water from the kettle simultaneously

Capt. Cogjrfn: is out every day, rain or Roseland Saturday to spend a few days. into a bamboo dipper, as a Manufactured by $. w. ROWLEY San Mateo, Fla.SCREENS.

"'' : : ,shine;trying his new boat The friends of Mrs. J. W. Merrill will French waiter pours hot milk and )t-
The Ladies Aid society met with Mrs. fee and stirs it carefully with a "'cho-
t regret to learn that she has not been in
' 13th for sen" bamboo one end of which is split
Thursday July ,
Bower ,
J. B. on good health since reaching her home in
Into small slivors.Coitlr.
election of officers, but owing to the bad Kansas City, Mo. .
weather only a few were present, and the Shirt -

election was postponed until the next Greatly Demand. Essex the favorite of Elizabeth hada ,_

'- regular meeting. Mrs.'Bower served the Nothing is more in demand than a set of shirts which cost $50 apiece. For doors and windows

I : ladies with delicious cake and lemonade. medicine which meets modern requirements .

Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall were at for a blood and system cleanser, Howe This! covered with wire. t
: any ..
such as Dr. King's New Life Pills. Theyare I
Bonaventnre a few days the guests of Mr. just what need We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
to stomach
you cure
' and Mrs. R. E. Mims. and liver troubles any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by
Try them. At Red 1
; A Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. .
Rev. Mr. Hall,'conducted services at Cross Pharmacy, 25a guaranteed. J. CHENEY & Co., Props., Toledo 0. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO., .
Bona venture on Sunday afternoon. We the undersigned have known F.J. Cheney !
I.: for the last 15 years and believe him personally Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.
The Ladies Aid Society of Rockledge GUY BRADLEY KILLED. honorable'n all business transactionsand i
Eau Gallie Florida.
was organized on Wednesday, July 13, financially able to carry out any obliga- ,
Guy Bradley was shot and killed last
tions made by their firm.
15 members to which 25
lOOt with ,
week at WEST &TBUAX.
Flamingo, near Cape Sable, by
_ joined during die year. The following Capt. Smith. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo Ohio. J.nWALJER. H. B. MACE. j
Bradley was game warden,
elected officers for one : Mrs.
were year and there had been had feeling between Wholesale Druggists,Toledo, Ohio. JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
W. E. Hall president; Mrs. J. J. White, the two parties. Bradley made 1 Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,act. ,
I vice-president; Mrs. M. C. Salmon, an attempt ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces -
to arrest Smith's son, when the of the system. Price 75c. per bottle.
Titusville Fla.
i ., J second vice-president; Mrs. George N. latter interfered. Bradley fired a shot, Sold by all drugzists. Testimonials free. ,
Hatch, secretary; Mrs. E. J. Wilson, Halls Family Pills are the best.
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hut missed
whereupon Smith killed him
: treasurer, of which all but the secretary
I with a rifle. Young Bradley was a son Owl Snperatltlon. DRY GOODS
Mrs. N.
I served the entire year. George
of E. R. Bradley, a former resident of The screaming of a screech owl three
k : Hatch the secretary, resigned, and M rs.'I ,
Lake Worth, and an early settler on the nights in succession in or about the a
Williford elected to fill her
: C.V. was
; front Is that iu
east coast. yard a sign some one
I .t place. The society has worked faithfully the house is in danger of death. To
7 -
i : # during: the year, and has accomplished a A Grim Tragedy :, cause: the owl to leave, stick the shovelIn CLOTHING

I great deal. The amount of money taken Is daily enacted in thousand of homesas .

: ;r .:. in during the year at socials, entertainments death claims in each one, another vic $
I and dues was $3.5169, of which tim of consumption or pneumonia, but ; GENTS' FURNISHINGS

:1:.: $ 92S3; is in the treasury at present. The when coughs and colds are properly ,
treated the
tragedy is averted. F. G. Ayers
! society will continue its work as faithfully Hnntley, of Oaklandon, Ind., writes:
the coming year as it did the past. "My wife had the consumption and three :
I -; doctors gave her np. Finally she took SHOES j
-i':: Dr.: New
I .. COCOA. King's Discovery for Consnmp- \
'. The party that went to Eau Gallic with tion, coughs and colds, which cured her 1T 'I'Il.1 I I ,
and today she is well IFURNITURE.
. ..: the Cocoa Juniors base ball nine were kills the germs of all diseases.and strong.One dose It Bald ? Scalp shiny and thin? t

f ':-.}:'; ". :Messrs. Wooten, Cooper, T. Travis, C. relieves. Guaranteed at 50c. and |1.00 Then it's probably too late. J MILLINERY
L. Harper, Jones and Gibert. Amos by free.Red Cross Pharmacy. Trial bottle You neglected dandruff. If 'I ,

: s Y;, Wooten, p.; Clarence Jones, c.; Palmer YOu had only taken our advice -

; ::1. '. Singleton, lb.; Rob Fish, 2b.; Lackland Weekly Weather Report. you would have cured

" ::Y- : Singleton, 3b.; John Patterson, s.s.; H. U.a.DKPABTMENT OF AQBICULTOBK WKATH-:
i -l -- IB: BUBEAU. .
'8t.7'L' Cr :r JUPITER, FLA., July 18. 1905. Hair Vigorthe .- '
: Comparative statement of :- : ; :=. : :. : /'-
Disease! takes no summer temperatures : :.:;
,' ,' w .. and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday
14'3': ;daon. June 20.1905 dandruff, saved your hair, We want your patronage.Our .

I: need flesh and 1905 1904 and added much to it. If
you DATI.: MAX. MIW. MAX. JUN. aim is to please YOU.
.' strength user July- 12. 88 73 90 73 not entirely bald, now is your
'' I 13. 80 73 90 73 it. New Up-to-Date Goods
14. S? 73 86 69 opportunity. Improve in every
< : I Emulsion ".. 15. 86 73 83 ."I have used A\r'" tide Vigor furover 40 Line.
! Scott's
F 16. 87 7"l 85 5 Tear I em now:'l yenmolrt and brae a Geary
Ti X ** 17. 86 growth of rich hrown hair due. I think,entirely
.. 74 M
72 to ATer1 Hair Vh!!nr.-
_. siLTinw as in winter. IS. 87 78 87 ?> IRS. M. A. KEITH. Belleville.! IL Mail orders receive prompt and
\. j( I Total rainfall for the week. 2 76 in. '1.00 a bottle. ".c. AVKK ('0.,
\It J_ Send for free sample. Departure rainfall for the week plus 1.51 All(1nieirit T.mlllI.i Jimm2mm careful attention.
( m
inches. f w+ t(is orIGood
_. ': SCOTT &: BOWNE, Chemists,
T "Ai ,; ). 13 Peart St ct. New York.i Departure rainfall since Jan. lst,1905 minus
fi1t-;:; : :.'<;'r. Soc.atallt.oo; all druggist &.3t inches. Hair
U2).t.; ;.: ,*. H. P. HAKDIN. JOHN R. WALKER & CO Titusville Fla
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