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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 25, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00327
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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'0-;.\> '-" !- .lt>itirati'iall" '.\";.IIU;";:the"good"" W..2-" e '- ,':we lost,the game.with; Braiden- Their Defeat Here,the Worst on For It Profits Are. .Not. What, We G6I. Erwin, one of, Miami's legal. lights '

.....' ,-I..L/ 1yi town.Wednesday, but it was pronounced \ was in town to see Circuit Judge Jones

,' ::A! rlffltdcCo.ehippedtheirtbirdof { j1f. i it an interesting one. :by''-ail the'spectators; i I ,the East Coast 'Tour Ate Looking For at This Time of Wednesday. ? -;

:, "* rf Bch this:w ek,'on Wednesday and Titnsville I does' not feel' ,bad\ ,at all in I _the Year* Bargains In-Every Line Mrs. J. A. Collins left yesterday for

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"-:' J..r:7red smb'< ,from- ,Norfolk'viaited well drilled aggregation the boys from i I THE GAME' WAS 7 T01 MONDAY: Arc. 28, 1905. weeks near the ocean beach Q 4

_t g. air oonple ,ofdays;the .first of the the',1S coast. .. Titusvillescored .1 We will make a special pale for all Mr. H. J. Magruder of Oak Hill, was ,
y-fJf .ftM left 'the"*lower ,The game started .out well. a visitor to Titusville to witness -
: .. on : those who need good shoes. Ladies'lowahoe Saturday V
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'- d 't1tfiiih- < &oih took his bat !h the tJ)ird the visitors found .oar best quality of vici kid, excellent styles, Titusville.Mr. .
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a' j on departure Their for $159.
pitcher and piled six runs. After that By OpponentsThe .
:- =- lyMt i{for ;WestenrUle for a' three up We have about 200 pairs .ladies'' oxfords : and Mrs. W. S. Branning arrived
Driver in
was put the box, and his wide -
'1t a9pillw'r say:' The Dentos ,is, in charge and high shoes which we will sell home onthe 10:39 p. m. train Tuesday,,'
1 curve and left handed pitching botheredthe Miami Baseball team sustained the
> at less than it cost to manufacture them
:: { igtyCyipt: NelllOn.1 from their trip north, having taken in .
f Braids more than a little. They only worst defeat they have had .on their tour Ladies' tan oxfords, made in blucher

-I \ iif81,... .,.,Smetof Cburtenay L ,"left' *for% made one in the;; fifth and one 'in the up the whole east coast when they playedthe style the well known Krippendorf the sights of, Gotham, and had a fine,

j t .2t Ills. -yesterday to.confer with the eighth., 'Hopkins made the second run Titusville nine at this place last Saturday for Dittmann. brand, worth every bit of $3.00 time.Mrs.

..:i'"' J c:i3 JDuteof.,,4, the" etate,with regard to Titusville: in the eighth. With Driver afternoon. The result of the game $2.29..Ladies' patent leather blucher oxfords J. 51. McCormick and little son,

.;.. ;''1-fi"# } ,\h"" cg the. 'new A _. .Masonic' _hall in the box ands little practice it was the was 7 to 1 in favor of ,Tituaville, and it l latest style! $3.50 is the regular price of Jack expect to leave next Tuesday the
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>- 'q "ft'li" 0-5-'t::: etoflicelnapector,Lake, Jones- 'spent judgment of experienced men that the was only by hard effort that they scored this shoe our special price only tl49.Ladies' 29th for Lancaster, Pa., and Mr. McCormick -

two oe !I aayealn the would have been close for the white linen oxfords with large expects to follow about the middle
;. t : ;THusyille early game. that run. Titusville aimed to shut them .eyelets wide silk laws usual price $2 50,

IpMt e*thisjweek_ ,and:while here checked' Braids admitted that they could not find oat, bat without their regular. short stop Monday's clearance $1.75. .. of September.

.it tup the accounta'pf'Postmaster Driver.: As..heavy.batters the visitors are ,player were handicapped a little. Ladies' lisle thread all over lace hose, The West Palm Beach Sun, of Wednesday
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""+ (-1...,gar>9'.;':BiBPyles: ::; :: was hastily summoned "out of sight._ They_ play_ a strong- game-- -, Sam Martin,. of Melbourne, umpired entirely new patterns, regular 75 cent ; gives the Miami baseball team and I
yC and $100 goods for 49 cents-per pair colors -
io St. Angnatine,Tuesday by telegram each a one.as only a, thoroughly expert- the game, and the visitors were inclinedto black, tan or white. their manager more than a roast. It was I

<"""); ,,(' .,,: 'IQIIOGDelDl: ""'P> '.' ":,'the :evere illness of his enced and 'welJ"man"ed team'can put up. 'do some t vigorous kicking at first, at Figured batiste in light or dark designs a revelation to many who believe in clean I

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5, her.dicgliter. hire. Gould. Pejot, p. F. Williams, p. baseball men know that Martin is an impartial Monday Checked 15 nainsooks cents. in assorted sizes of County Clerk J. E. Fultz of the new-

': ?:L'. ,of Georgiana. par- Griffin c. Hopkins c. ,umpire, and the1 Miamis soon checks, ranging all the way from 10 to 25 county of St. Lncie was in Titusville '

:;., _,;a&eeltiaed" the scow' from. the E. C.IL. & S. Newsome Ib. Driver, lb. gave up kicking for they realized that it cents per yard.BeaMifal Monday for the purpose of securing from .

Ec&)' **; .Oi. ..:;K.C-I. wjj,MB'game'jo'deliver lumber Pounds,. 26. Alexander 2b. : was out of place and would. not help their inches wide white worth wash organdies 33 County Clerk Stewart the necessary pa'f
v ,. 25 cents a yard
special
I; r. r tairfeg t the.ecow" : 'with his launch the Vanderipe. :Johnson, Sb.Wortham : I cause a bit. 16 cents. pers In legal cases that are unsettled,

3fl CoriwbuetheMyetiewillbensedsolelyfor ; &,8., Lupe a.a. The Miami's Cuban battery the Rodri- Persian lawn 32 inches wide,, worth 35 which cases become transferred the

freight and Covode, l.f. ,.- McLendori, l.f. goes brothers, was pretty good, bat their cents a yard special! price 19 cents. new county.
';N.tflt passengers could not begin to strike out Some French lawns 46 inches wide for
Vanderipe, c.f. J. Williams, c.f. pitcher men The old building Washington avenue ;
l:' Jae.',E.. Andrews, of Fort Pierce;man.$4y for waists and suits, regular price is 35 cents
rif.: Bevels r.f. like Williams did the home'nine.. an'
judge of the new county of' St. Lucie Miles special clearance 18 cents. used by Messrs. Pritchard & Son as ?

? r WM in Titusville several days the first of The attendance was the largest of the Williams.struck out nine men notwithstanding Ladies' fancy collars made of.eyelet oil house, has been torn down and re

: r f < season, .people being present from the several took their base on balls embroideries, these were sold at 35, 40 moved. In its stead they will erect a
Brevard county
the week looking over
1' ) thai and 50 take choiceat
cents
and to think Williams -yon may your
seem
some building size 22 by 28 with neat galvanized
irecord and hunting probate matters whole east coast from New Smyrna to a
fa up a quarter.
several bases balls in orderto .
:$ \.\that will_ eomeupbefore him. Melbourne Cocoa and Merritt'a Islandbeing gave men on Black taffeta, 36 inch, every yard is iron front, which will be need as
.r" very largely'represented.. give his basemen a little practice. guaranteed, positively worth $1.50 per their oil building. This will be a decided .

kt .:Bet.W. F. Allen will leave nest Monday The Braidentowna played Daytona Hopkins,'J. Williams and Johnson putout yard, special clearance 99 cents. improvement

'f1V''t, for Atlanta, and will spend September yes- two men each by some masterly playson China silk, in all colors 24 inches wide i

; 4 ', in and 'near that city, fttarning to'r terdayafternoon' today, then play housing sky scrapers-and fool flies.! right from the factory, special for Monday Deputy Sheriff Waller is In receipt of
Palatka SL Augustine Lake and ; ,
City 49 cents.Screen word from Cocoa that Sheriff Brown is
; JTituaville sometime .in the first part ofilt1if.J McLendon Alexander and Driver each
for doors and windows
cloth ,
Ocala. slowly but constantly improving from the
.tniober. .Any.mail sent to him at his'wife's captured a fly apiece so the honors were 33 inches wide 20 yard rolls at a special
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it< .. : Mr. R. H. Boeach, the manager of the seige of malarial fever he has undergone.He .
; -.% former, home. Social Circle I ;Ga.., about even between the basemen and the price of$1.99 per roll.
3iif.o:. will reach him. Braidentown nine, is a most agreeable Readymade pillow cases, 3 inch hem, was! able to sit up for a while Wednes
: fielders in thie
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.- baseballisLv He looks carefully after the respect ,only 10 ('ents.I day. By the advice of his physician he

1fi t I'4.The- Wends of Dr W. S. Graham will welfare of his men, and,his skillful management Hopkins behind the bat, had only one I Ladies' corsets in all the latest models, will not return home until the fever \is -'

itk .:b? pleased'.to learn ,that he is now in has added .a great deal. to the error marked to him during the whole from 98 cents np to $1.50 regular selling' thoroughly subdued. t r.

W :New York. studying medicine and expects successful career of their playing-they game, and his stopping of high balls was price from $1.50 to.$2.50. '
JULIUS KLINE The colored baseball teams of Titusville
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:, s t a :to locate in Jacksonville for the a wonder to the Cuban catcher.If '
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lost
having only one ten. Fla.
game Titusville and Cocoa
crossed bats this last P
::?lt :practice-of that profession which he gave Titnsville has played seventeen games Miami ever seriously regarded their afternoon The at wild throwing place '
Friday
'!> 'up tdany years ago on account of failing This is record nine as anything strong in the way of on
and lost only four. a equaled RIVER STEAMERS PROMISED. bases which characterized the between .
1 health,7:which be thinks i is' now about up-to-date baseball playing they must game
I by no amateur nine .in Florida this
the colored nines of Titasville and '
:;tolly,'restored. Mrs' Graham and thechildren : season with the exception of Braiden have become thoroughly convinced of the THE FLORIDA STAR received yesterdaythe
done'
New
the before
in following telegram concernfng a Smyrna day was
:. are spending the summer error of their judgment after Saturday'sgame pro- '
town. Titusville is certainly proud of the
& with and the down P
low.
posed steamboat service this coming win- away score kept
tPhiladelphia: for it was their third defeat since
record her team has made this summer. '
Titnsville 6 to Cocoa 4..
and it is safe that ter between Titusville and Eau Gallie : won by
home to
Music leaving say
Jft; Indian River House placed a In the evening a dance and supper was
with the of Jacksonville Fla., Aug. 23, 1905. The Tituavilfe Junior batJ nine wentto
War. they are hot in a class teams
.,' very large and handsome Clongh & given at the opera house by the membersof
like New THE TFTCSVILLE STAR: New Smyrna Monday to play the rub r
this section Daytona Smyrna ;
in the Masonic hall last
: --+ Ten organ new the Titusville Baseball club in honorof
and DeLand. Please< announce that we will put on ber with the Junior team of that place.
'i4 ;Wednesday. All the furniture fittingsgf the Braidentown nine and their friends.
The Miami team was accompanied by. Indian river two steamers to run from Unfortunately for the little Titusvilliang,
:.and regalia bonging] to this lodge w UIz.i' The spread was arranged under the supervision -
S.i i Titusville to Eau Gallie this winter. in the rush of getting they inad-
residents of that
:transferred to the new quarters this week of Mrs. D. B. Pritchard and the following.! city: away
M. Tatora, Dr. W. S. Gramling, R. R. i EDWARDS & NEWMAX. vertently left their "mascot" behind
its
:Jt'Nand, ; .; Dow'fur the first time within exMtence I, Mrs. Harry Wilson assisted by a numberof
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'T The above mentioned parties are not them consequently they saw defeat star-
: Taylor, John W. Graham secretary of ;
; if of twenty years the lodge occu- ladies of our town. Ample pro-
young
rJ'p dedica- the nine and C. Montgomery and wife. known to as, but we hope to:see the ing them in the face with a score of 9 to 9
;: pl *]" ,own building. Suitable vision was made for all who were present
steamboat line established as announced. 1 in favor of the New Smyrna boys. ,
Palm Beach was represented by M. E.
services will be held at some near and the spread was pronounced fine.Dancing .

,':Y pjti, .future date to be,decided upon. was started about 9 o'clock and Grnber, J. M. William, J. Y. Speirs, It will bring back to Indian river the J. W. Osban, census enumerator of
Clay DeBerry H. F. Hopkins Cocoa good, times and scenes of years ago even : Brevard county and his assistant W. S.
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'j":=\-Ij ,Among the residents from Cocoa and continued until the midnight hour.A a
... Fred.'Travia 0. K. I if only carried out during the winter sea :
received last THE by Fred. Fisher, aad Norwood, are pushing the work of takingthe
Wednesday telegram night by
: Rockledge in oar town we
it Key who were probably expecting to see son. We will await future developmentswith census for the state authorities. Of
the results of
? :noted Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Lapham, Sir.c STAR from Daytona gave interest. *
-:. the Titusvilles beaten but if so were course these gentlemen are forbidden to
J'l .and Mrs. o..H. Hibbs Mrs. Travis Mrs. the first game between Braidentown and
1 0 in favor of Braiden badly disappointed. give any information but from the work $
'Hindle J. F. Wooten R. B.-Holmes, M. Daytona as to
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$ Little Helen Wilson was struck on the FURNITURE DRY GOODS SHOES. they are doing we are satisfied that the
F. B. Hamilton. From In. town ten innings were played.
Weinberg,
Sf< took full of the head a glancing hit by a foul ball, but SATURDAY & oOc cashmere 28 &39cMONDAYThompson's population of Titusville will show a de t;
, tf' dianola Mr. and Mrs. J. R. )Miot Miss THE STAB reporter notes
hurt. She : R & G ($1)) corsets r
>.-- luckily was not badly only cided increase over the last census.
Cannata, J. E. Field, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. game Wednesday but coming closely 79c.

, '{Carter;'G, eo.,L. Wallace, D. St. Clair Nis- upon our date of publication we have n<\t sustained a severe headache.The TUESDAY: Brown cotton 20 yds $1.WEDXESD.YLadies' BLACKSMITH SHOP. ,
. Miainis the nine
F 'R played Daytona
W. R. Sanders, Miss Jessie Sanders, space to print same.DOLLARS. $2.25 oxfords
bet
ti.<, 'afternoon and received another $189. Don't forget I do all kinds of blacksmith I
Monday
.1 It ;"and Mr. W. B. Hatter of City Point and TO YOU. defeat score 3 to 1 in favor of Daytona.The THURSDAY Ladies' 50c telescopes. and wagon work, horse shoeingand

i '". .. .j ;othersThe;' FRIDAY-15c skirt! duck blue black lie. gun repairing. .Call and see me. '
dredge, owned by the''F. C. L. C. Yon will save money by going. to Penney Daytona pitcher struck out 13 men. Chas. A. Gardner Titusville! Florida. J. D. Esxis, Titusville, Fla. l $

t1 jJ\ : : & Branning'a for your Clothing.!,
:; t, '&T. Co.;, which has been at work dredging Shove Hats, Fancy and White Vffils, 1 i PROF. TEETER DECLINES. JEWELRY STOCK AT COST. ss
the Haulover.,canal, at Clifton The Miami Steam Laundry has made ;
.- oat 'Snirts. Neckties, Hosiery Belts, Collars, '
The following letter received by School Mrs. C. Collins agent. Leave work at Clearing out entire stock of jewelry
ii ,since way last winter, is now at,work on} Cuffs, etc. silverware and musical instruments
: Superintendent J.: R. Walker explains the F. E. C. Grocery. Fine work satisfaction at l
:atj the Mosquito lagoon eider-tbe east side i: A complete stock of Clothing and Gents'Furnishings. itself guaranteed. cost. Must be sold by Sept. 1st. s+ E
: ; : Any and everything that :
'zt :uf the canal. The channel has been G. L. J A I\\'ILLE.
f' ; be found there. Grand Detour 111. Aug. 15 1905.
men wear can Titusville Fla. ,
',, a> 4; peDed uniformly throughout the ca- All goods marked in plain figures, one Hon. John R Walker County Superintendent FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT. 4

.: 7f l"> ; various water craft that pass through this PEXNET & BBANXIXG, south of Indian River hotel, Titusville.
?t-k The Clothiers and Furnishers, Your notice of my assignment as princi sails and launch awnings made
several
Desirable location. For
;J.i.' \:canal very winter. Last season Titusville Fla. pal of the Titus ville high school for the ADHEMAR particulars BRADY apply np in first class style, mildew proofed if
> sand bars for to ,
stuck desired. Full address .
-7 ; launches were upon partirulars
coming school year just received.On Titusville Fla.
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several days until a change of wind would H. BEXETKE: ,
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account of badness here of whichI Fla.

' ifs ",rhea"Ii the stage of water. On August 24th a small sum of money. knew not until recently I shall be compelled 'NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE. Titusville t}

";1' '* HOUSES FOR SALE. Owner can prove property and pay for to ask you to relieve me, trustingthat Citrus stock grown on high pine land. Where a stimulant is indicated the 'a
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t J.-P. MEGOSIGAL.
-" '- is off buying a lot of advertisement you may find no difficulty in procuring Indian River; Nurseries, established 1886. I doctor prescribes good, pure whiskey. I,
"' _,J:'B.1IaK1'Oder Send for Toledo and Vest W, Harperis the ideal liquor-none bet i
hones and mules. He will have one bun8& someone to take my place. Wish- catalogue, I
:f head for sale Mr. Magruder will Call at Titnsville Livery at rear of Palm Beach, Fla. ter. Sold by F. A. Lesley and li. L.
dred ing Titnsville a profitable school I
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. "". hate carload in Titnsville on.0ct. 15th. Robbins' law office for stylish rigs. year Motlow. ,

_,xn' Write a Magrnder, at Orlando stating just Leave your orders for hauling both double am, yours very truly FOB SALE CHEAP FOR CASH.
the kind want and he will have one'f and single. J. M. Oaban, proprietor.FOR Jxo. D. TE TER. Panama hat cleaned blocked and new
.. you About 88 acres of good high land on
'J-, Satisfaction bands puton, $1.50. Miami Steam Laun-
wit the lot. guaranteed
.&0 you n the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat
SALE. NEW GROCERY STORE. dry. C. Collins, Ag't. Basket leaves
_:%f, .. or' no sale. the Narrows, described as follows: Lot ;
s !'!* r"i" I No. 1 Irish Potatoes at $3.00 per 3. Mrs M. L. Peacock keeps a well assorted No. 3, section 35 also lot No. 3, section every Tuesday. :

!; + Ct" ..MtWKKSTAUBAMT bushel barrel in 3 barrel lots; $2.75 per stock of groceries in the store form- 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east.

i..ft-q'i ''irkwant: a meal or table board' barrel in 4 and 10 barrel ,lots. F. 0, b. erly known as the Scrimgeour building This land is unimproved bat finely lo ALTO SPARKER FOR SALE. s.

::reuooable prices patronize the Peacock cars at Oak Hill Fla. comer Main street and Washington ave cated. For farther particulars addressE. A magneto that needs n) batteries.

"Eestanrs* corner )ain street and.Washrff(3h. J.. W. GRIFFIS. nue. Prompt service low prices, reliable M. Low Brand new and will be sold at wholesale

,t:;. .InftonaTenue.' \ Shiloh, Fla. goods. I Brockton, Mass. I price. Inquire at THE STAR office. "
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.:-oN. \. 'IJ :mejts tint.Tueidy in web month,, .' Experienced .

,:;. ..# .',r', i"..__ f': 'C011JIU.DIUeI'OBY.-: EXPENSES, |3)I!1 _LIMITED NUMBER otJ'RtESCHo'LARSmPSAVAILABLE
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f k\) :,I;-)DOUNTY OFFICEBB:-A:D:Peizney,;'Eihl1iJ v 8e ion opens Sept 86th,190&. For'free catalogue address \,
d .Ii Gaalden," u-
TIIIetn6nty.jadgeD : ;
". I. COCKRANE HUNT .President
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ville attorney A.A. Stewart.Titajvflle .
."; prosecuting! .
. +" ,' clerk circuit court;*P. A. Me
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k-{ $Y:. -i .Titnanlle,tax collector;John HenryTita-! y
3f1;.: ,villa, treasnrer'J.. R., Walker,"ntnivUle,
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E. L. BRADY & BRO.
": of public.b atraetio1.0.
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,;. ?:. .FTTitaerillo'tnaty eurveyor' J."P. .
;.t'Jorf.- ...:.,. ; ,' (} Brawn,'ntasrille,.heriift W; 8.,;Norwood., A nutY'YlGITOLE' COMPOUND and the MOST PEE f
1''''',:.1:..:, ,Titttsville, reJiaUatiOD'oflieeJ'r i GROCERIES HAT, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS OCT UYII MIDICWf KMOWH. Do not fill your sysat'with

..<' <,... COUNTY COMMISSIONEES.-E A. Conk'ling. I I.We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapea Fertilizers. We deal eiclnsivelj' Calomel Arsenic or Quinine. H1MINI is a guaranteed -
)::.. .Tinman chairman; W. Walker: ,3Vtaaville I in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers Write us for prices 01 cure for all diseases-produced by a TORPID UVE _"
r,:" "', ; John B. Jliot, :.Indianola, ;"J. F. ,Chain and all Groceries delivered your station, E.L.BEADY da BBOMTiTCSViLLX,FL,. and IMPURE BLOOD. It will cure MALA1IA without lear-
r. ; Wooten,Cocoa;T.J,Cockshatt LaOrange. of used for thatpurpose.
of the effects drugs
jogs deadly many
? 4.'r--, ,Regular session are he4.first .Monday in any
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'" .,' '," -eacb monthrF. .. AG)5 E a, ,& .c<>., a sick spell. One tomorrow.bottle purchased Quickly today cures may Biliousness save you, Cc&ttipation from. ; Y

< ,-'-:' : :' Grain Fruit and Malaria Chills and all Liter
Hay Dyspepsia,

.. :+;.' -. .:. $STORIES' OF ,ST VE'$. Staple and: Fancy. Groceries. Produce, of all Kinds, Complaints generally.Used and recommended by the medical profusion '


5-i-:; : '. \ VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S

. ,,: :, ( ;: '.'" '> ::Chief Engineer Appointed. to -ritusxrllle. : s or1d.a.' ENDORSEMENTDr.
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;::i .', k.' ";< .'. Build. Panama Canal.- r A. J. Hannah, 4 leading physician of UmatOla,

':[,6:-:'' .; .: Fla, says: *I have been using Herbine in my practice .
'. 1- and am well pleased with the results. I always
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'a keep some on hand and think it a grand medians
(:.-- 4 : SOW HE OVERCAME DIFFICULTIES.tartlf 1l! for Biliousness and liver Complaints."

i;F.o';gh' '. ".,: ,,-<:-''.;"" -' '.. l Tbe-Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Go. Large Bottle 50c Avoid AU Substitutes

:r-.. : ; .** MaaaeE1n': Which He. Put .
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iiW. ',.. ', ,.. :" mm- _Emd.tp; f iJ Llqmor Basses Imm Ballard Snow Liniment Co.'

i:;'' ;Aallroad'Camp-nrimag, sip. MACHINE SHOPS St. Coals, U. S. A.
:rieace While'Loct Ia the Wild* of '
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'!;:;: -- : BritUh Cola>ebia. .: r
kty t

..l-. '. "You may be sure that John F.
.", .. and MetalWork
:.-\-:r.\ ;.-';. Stevens will surmount. all difficulties. Plumbing SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

, :';<<, -;: '., : and'build the Panama canal" asserted RED CROSS PflARMiCY. TITPSYILLE. and EAU GALLIE PHARHiCY.. EAU OAllffi

;J: .' .:n Judge R. .R. ,.Klnkade of 'Toledo,, 0..
i
j BUILDERS' PAINTS & OILS
1'<' f not,long ago while speaking of'the new HARDWARE
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,".:: .. chief engineer appointed by President i Southern Railway. '
yi' -- Roosevelt who recently reached the
Agricultural h11plements'SANFORD'
.:. Isthmus'on the steamship Mexico with EFFECTIVES APR. 10. 1904.

; t \ Theodore p.', Shouts president of the
r' \ canal commission, says the Toledo No: 30 No 3.1 Between Jacksonville end N.w Ynk. !11<0, ""I i SDally.
FLORIDA .I ; .
:_ ,Blade. Duly. I Dally. I __ DaiiT
j 755 2Q a Lv Jacksonville, Fla.-------So. Ry. Ar 9 00 a''_u__ 7 40 P ;
t ,' "Stevens doesn't bother with the little 121' p---------9!! -- P Lv.SavannahGa.-So. Ry, \r. I .150 of 1___! 330 P
.':-, ,.-r': frazzled ends of any, proposition. 055 i 05 P Ar.Cha.olotte. NC-_______So. Ry Lv. 950 0 ____ 833 a

; He has no regard cfor 'red tape and. b 642 pl== 658 a At. Richmond Va __________100. Ry. Lv. 1230p..U30 P
-
.' '" a man who does things, as I know 950 P,______ 943 a Ar Washington D. C.-So. Ry Lt' 1051 .'_ 850 p
[;1 from intimate acquaintance with him," 1125 p,______ 1130 a Ar. Baltimore, Md..__________ R. R Lv. 612 a,_.._ 8 t: P
\' continued the 2 3.j ,143 pAr. Pbiladelphia Pa._ __. -1', R. R Lv.i i 335 3 :53 P
Q-", judge. 630 a----------- -- 4J5p Ar. New York, N. Y..R=: .:. R. R Lv._ !12 O a-------:. 325p.
Seventeen Kinkade -
:'. .'. years .ago' Judge QUEEN OF SEA ROUTESiMerchants
': -: .' and Mr. Stevens had headquarters together Xos. 33 and 34-"Xew York and Florida Eipress." Daily Pullman Drawing Room

:;: '.. at Marquette Mich. As principal Sleeping Oar between Jacksonville and New York.
assistant the Xos. 29 and 3-u\Vashington and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Ruoiu
of
'- engineer Duluth Sleeping Car between. Jacksonville and Sew York.
... South Shore and Atlantic railway ,
Stevens located right of for the No 30 NDaily. ..
way & Miners? Trans. Go's : Through"The Land of the Sky II Dally
I company, and Judge Kinkade, as general -
e" 7'55P Lv. Jacksonville, Fla,__________________ ________________,Sa Ry. Ar. I Y.oo a a*
attorney, bought it. The road 1215a Lv. Savannah, Ga.,_ ___________________________uSO. RI Ar. 1.aO..
;'." "<. was built by a" syndicate headed by STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN 6 00 Ii Ar. Columbia S. .._________________________________ : Ry. LT 113 a
Calvin S. Brice of Lima: ,,0., and General 150 pAr. Asheville, N. .,-_______________________._.__________._ Poy. Lv. 413
;: Samuel Thomas of New York, 237 P Ar. Hot Springs, N. C.'_ ____.._,________--____: ____-Qo Ry. Lv. 12 43 a
g 600 P Ar. Knoxville, Tenn.,____________________________________ Ry. Lv. 93.'i a
-'r both of whom'are dead. SAYAIINAIIBALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct 815 a Ar. Cincinnati, ,___________________..___________n.uQ..t C. Lv. 8p
t : In reminiscent, Judge Kinkade .
: related two anecdotes of,the man who ... Nos.29 and 30-Pullman Drawing Room and Buffet Sleeping:; Cars between Jacksonville and

has undertaken the greatest engineer Connections for- St. Louis, daily. (
--- -

,J'.: ing proposition In the world. Hew York and Boston. No. IS Between Jacksonville and the :North and Wht. So. 11
Mr. Stevens' connection with the Duluth Washington I

South Shore and Atlantic railroad ------- -74.5p Jacksonville, So. ________________------_. _u..Ar: 933s _- .
ft--. _______1 300 a Ar. Macon, So. Ry______"___.___.________ .Lv. Z 13 a;__ ._- r5'A
u ',:'; was from 1887 to 1889. At onetime Through tickets on sale at principal points.Aceoniniodatlons .--- a Ar. Atlanta So. Ry---------- _....____________.Lv. II 1130 P ___ _
he had charge of a construction and cuisine unsurpassed.SEND .______; 945 a Ar. Chattanooga, So. ____--___---_________________ 113 pl740 _.__-_.
;"urF F. gang of several hundred men who. ----.-- P Ar Cincinnati, Queen &: ': ._ _______.. I 83o a'-..._ .

a ; camped In tents on the railroad's right FOR BOOKLET. == 840-p Lv. Cincinnati, Big Four Ro ___________________ 710.==-..
of way, many miles from the nearest ._____.1 710 a Ar Cbirn,, Big Four Route ----L_ !. 1830 p'______
H. C. AVERT, Coin'l Agent, Jacksonville. ==f .._____===:. '
f ; settlement, in or near Ontonagon county 83.j P Cincinnati, Penn. Lines.--- \r.l, 643 a ==-.
: _______, 710 a ....r. Chicago. })t>nn. Lines------. _L SCO p I_.__
:; ; west Marquette.. They were J. C. WHITNEY, 2d T. P. i T.M., W.P. TURNER, G. P. A., _- -------- !'
==! 8.t5 p Lv. Cincinnati! C. H. &: ).-} ________--.---_ 7.w a =: .
making a big cut, and operations were GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, MO. 723 a Ar. Chicago.. C. H. &:J-: onoIL___uuu_..._I.v. 902 pia--
a : expensive, because all '==== --- -:--
: camp provi- ----- ---- .. _- ______.1,j 9 45 1) Lv. Cmeiunati: e. H. S I-Mich. (' 700 .;.. ..
sions }had to be hauled by teams overland _______I 3 20 a Ar. Toledo, C. H. & D.-I ch. C.,t'nt.-------n--\r.1 1140i Pj____.
h a loni; distance. NOTICE. ===1 72S a Ar. Detroit, -' C. H. S D-Mich.: .---------- 11000 PS----- T

t The work progressed satisfactorily ______.S 830 P Lv. Cincinnati, Peon. LIDt"Sunn\r.1 6 30 a'____.
c until a fellow possessing more enterprise is hereby given tbat the following described lands will be sold at public auction ______ 1555 a Ar.l'ittsburg. Fenn. 813 p'1'9 '_____.
than principle appeared upon the NOTICE fourth day of September, 1905, in front of the door of the Council Chamber at ===_I 30 p Lv. ('indnnati, Big Four------------------------= -\r. 650 a .

.'_ scene to profit by trading upon therices' Titusville, Brevard County, Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the _______ 643 a Ar. Cleveland, Big _________.------------.... 930 p'u---,
amount due for taxes, herein set opposite to the ,together with costs of such sale and advertising == _________ _
h: ( of the laborers. lIe erected arude'shack same 1' 530p Lv. Lexington, So. ____--_______--. \ 1013 a == =-.
I : __ __ 810 pAr. Louisville, So. Ry _____ Lv. 7.w. ___ __ ,
n ---------------------
'- and stocked it with vile ___n__ 732 al! Ar. St. I.ouis. So By. _______ ___ _____ --Ly. 1010 p'n__.
whisky. The men, having no other \IS .
place In which to amuse themselves or ::-: Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited" Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Through Day
_. 2 aI oo Coaches and Pullman Cars Between Jacksonville
Sleeping
and Cincinnati
spend their money, patronized the saloon OWNER DESCRIPTIOX OF LAND a 14c -- .._--_. -- ----
- so freely that the gang soon became I Isis i: 0'rbS
: -= ao No. 5 Xo. 131 Between Jacksonville and Kansas City. Na u I So.-;
demoralized. It C <- I
Y- was a costly 3D h KUnknown. < sfo.OO

-., '" proposition for the railroad company. i _--I nn__ 745 Lv, Jacksonville Fla So. R ___ __..____________ \r. 1-1-----, .... .
_..____________ Part W J of S E 1, Des. D., Bk. "C PI'' n.
,
> ___. 520 A r. Atlanta I Ga., So. hv------------------_____ .!
The saloon was not located rail. u Lv. U50 p. ___ __
on __________________________ *
4 page 385 33 21 35 4 ______1143 8, Ar. Birmingham. Ala., So. .-...... ___ ___. '
road land, so Stevens had no legal authority C. D. Flood____________ All except S W corner to county,Block _______ 80;-) Ar. Memphis, T enn., Frisce; ..------------.-_-- -- ___ 31'8 I'" P,', ----,--
) to rid himself of it, and expostulation -! 10, Rice's add'n to Titusville._______ 33 21 35 2.64 ___n__ 940 PI a, A r. Kansas pity, .1 0., Frisco.-:. -....--___..-_--_--_- .Lv. ". 630 a; -..--_ -._-
::
p
, with the who Unknown.u-__ N J Block 1. Titus add'n to Titusville- 21 35 1.40 -
proprietor, was Unknown.._____________ Lots Sand 9, Block 4, Titus add'n to Xos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited. Daiy.!
; coining money faster than a govern- \ Titusville.___--__________-._______ 34 21 35 264 DINING ;
"f', ment mint, were of no avail. FinallyJ' T. X. Decker.._____-.-._ E 1 F Lot 2 and \VJLot 3, Block C--___ 3 22 35 5.18 EXCELLENT CAR SERVICE.J. .
Engineer Stevens made a personal vis- Unknown...________. Part Lots 8, 9 and 10, Des. D. Bk. "L," C. LUSK, District P"88t'D&n:Igeu1,108 West Bay Str JacksonvillefU.
page 260. Block F_____________.___ 3 22 35 2.64 C.H.ACKEKT.G.M.v.. H.TAYLOE.O. P. .
It to the saloon and engaged in a briefinterview \
Smith, Lyon & Field.Unknown. ._-_ Part Lot 8 and 10. Des. D. Bk. "BB"
with the proprietor. t page 431, Block F___________.____ 3 22 35 1.70 S. II. HARWVICK.P. T. M. BKOOKS )HmG.\ A. G. P. A.
"When are you going to leave here?" .....__________ W l Lots 2 and 4, DCS. D. Hk. "W," -
1 demaaded the railroad official. page ISo,\VSub. Div old Bkx-k 3-__ 3 22 3; 453 T E
E. H. Rice______________ Lot 1, being X J of Block 5, Ds. D. 3 I
! "When I get good and readyl"was Bk. "Y, page 316__---_--_______.__ 3 22 35 1.70 i The Mof i
:t the surly response of the saloonist E. H.Rice_____________ E J Lot 2. Rock 5, Des. D. Bk.: "N." -
,j "I am going now," laconically retorted page 286______________u______-____ -3 22 35 :5.43 c
pi:; Stevens. And so saying he drew Unknown..--____-__u__ N 40 ft. Lots 8 and 9, Block 6.._______ 3 83 35 2.31 ,
Lizzie J Tu\.ker.--n--- 10. Block 29.. 3 82 3.) l.liO 5
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a from his pocket a mammoth dynamite J. T. Davi*-...--_-n.Part of X W J of X W J, Ds. D. Bk.
.1 cartridge, scratched n match on hla "KK,"page 93 or its____ -_______n_ 3 22 35 2.61 :
+ corduroy trousers, Ignited the fuse, C. W. Griggs.: ___________ Lots and 7. Block A, Fisher's add'n that Motes I
to Titnsville____________?_________ 3 22 35 :.61
threw the missile of destruction behind Frauk Mo re.._________ S i Lot 12, Joynerville add'n to Titus- _
II \.... the bar and ran. The saloon keeper cute----------_____?_______-_____ 39'2 35 1.70
: i decided that he was quite ready to go Frank [lKren' _______ X J Lot 16 and all Lot 17, Joynerville yS a ,--------------------_
.,. also and didn't the proposition. add'n to Titusville---____________ 3 22 33 3.21 -
I ., argue Frank )Ioore___________ E J Lot 21 and all Lots 23 and 23, Joy. # It stands) alone for ellieieiicj and
I I : In thirty seconds the shack was blown nerville add'n to Titusville_________ 3 22 35 1.S3 W 'P'
; .;. < from the face of the earth and business Anna Erving.n Lot 5, Sub. div. Lot 30, Joynervilleadd'n str l1th.

[ was not resumed at the old stand. to Titusville_________________ 3 22 35 1.50 ; It has
! Susie: Hall-_____________ Lot 1, Sub. div. Lots 3S to 12. Joyner 5 -45 _4 plenty of metal and it is
I :} ,, Continued on,age 6.Kheumatiiuu. vile aid'n to Titusville____________ 3 22 35 1.70 where it does the most good.
I J. F. BrownEl Lot 54, ReneU'sadd'n toTitusville__. 3 22 35
----------- 3291
: I" G. Harris....-----..- Blocks 3-1. 35 and 36 ex. S 100 ft., Elk. It Is perfect in design and \lor"1 1

: ..\. When pains or irritation exist on any 36Des. D. B. "0." page 225. less E msnshi ). "
A. to R. R. Plat Book I
,
1: t, part of the tody, the application of Ikllard's 505 11 .__ ____#------------______,__page___ 4 22 35 1.19 Everything: 1
Snow Liniment gives prompt re- Jas. Carlile____________ All Block 45, Plat Bonk I, page 505.__ 4 22 35 1.40 ... means something.
! r. lief. E W. Sullivan, proprietor Sullivan D. Caird._..______..____ Lots 5 and 6, Morrow's add'n to Titus- ? Send for catalogue. t
I f-. House, EI 1 Reno, O. T., writes June 6, ville___________________________ 4 22 35 3.59 r-1--r.tiM I
r? .. 1902; "I take pleasure in recommendingBallard's E. G. Harris.________ S part Gov. Lot I, Des. D. Bk. "0,"
;; Snow Liniment to all who are page 288_.___-__--__________--__-- 422 35 2.64
; : afflicted with rheumatism It is the only Bridgeport 1 BPottMacliiBe& Motor Co., I Ii

i :-; remedy I have found that gives immediate VAN WORLEY,
I, <', relief." <.').i>C., 50 t '-; by Red Cross Pharmacy! and Eau Gallie Tax Collector, Town of Titusville, Florida. I

I ti'!*: ,:: ,:';'.;, Pharmacy, Eau Gallic, Fla. Titosville, Fla., Aug. .a, 1005. N. HITCHCOCK A CO., Agents, Titusville, Florid& J i

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Consul General Rogers; at Eha'ngfaa'i. ; ,
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suffering for want of food ": :
Chiba : that the students are hicontrol' .
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medicine and., the .Louisiana rice crop : >
and '
; of the boycott situation .
was going; to waste. ...,... i',. ".:1 -: !- >"
that the* government: is' powerless ,
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shocked, .;:rte"x ; ;;:
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ag 1Dst'Jt.: 'The*:antl-Ame i an/:movement ,.
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by the death 'o Archbishop Chapellefrom .:;
has spread to.. Slam,.where thedealers ( -', '
: yellow\fever Severa1"asesot, :
are'cancelling. orders, for.American '
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steam- _
goods., yellow fever developed among -

ship arrivals at. New York and Philadelphia. :
France Calls on- England. death .
The : ratetwas steadily _
The French,*war ,treet.' consisting of declining,,having dropped from 25 per e

J "y three battleships, four cruisers and cent to IT cent. '
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England, for a' week's as
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'' Follttte's fleet i
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Wilson Ispreparing
"" Secretary Agriculture '
{,..'" "- <: -- ,-, -.a.. .'I'C'Y'u LaFol1ette'.ot'Wts. command of YI'e'Admiral CaUlard, to the Myers departmentstore
,7..;) '",j j -.1f-:: ,, ", .J.. '" > .At.lasVGov: TOor to into effect two'
{' :: ; : .. .-- .consin has decided to'rresigii'hispresent '; put new was met :'by- an: immense British fleet at Albany four floors suddenlyfell
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and'take the place to,which and by King Edward in person. In carrying down employeesto
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.. department;of agriculture shall be Interested '
: : : sudden death and to Injury.
J had/beea lected/.ia the United elc m1ng the French oflJcers at dinner scores
,'l y a .111te; il6t:: 11'"htt9; :ReUea icon., :he in concern engaged. commercially -,
which be was entitledjat any King Edward said he hoped that The Hoboken (N. J.) terminal station
; it ever t held.in.thestate: of Vir'thatat States'senate and to
fi in work 'with which the employee
c : : of the Lackawanna railroad and one
!thebeginning of e,special. the visit would emphasize the good
,_ .Roanoke, which.wasdtiitedab ; = '
;'f\ : has to da in his official capacity
e.,,: ,:"' '' .,Sectetar'j;+,,of"'.the 'TreaS'' 'sesslon-last March.! He will enter the feeling existing between the two coun ferryboat were totally destroyed byfire
: :, :;'- at the time of the extra ses* The other rule prohibits the Interest in tries. This 'visit Is in return for that Aug. 8. Although the loss was figured
:
c senate
.., .' ""Be"said that he came;toTtheMgotipel .
: ; ti'J8t'Bb.. 1l'. which has contracts with
,
.' lion In Nove nber. any concern : of the British squadron at Brest. at $500,000; It might be said to
<;''tN\f.i ; of..American progj a the department if the.;employee is in. a i be In reality a gain as the structure '
fHe ugued that every,industrious The President.Warns Trusts. Venezuela Annuls Grant
/ sera: position to influence awards.'
: was about to be torn down to make
'!'.'fi1f.,r" 7""< '1eJtlzen',- Lg; both: X Before the Chautauqua (N. Y.) assembly The investigation of the bureau of President Roosevelt is Informed that way for a new $2,000,000 terminal

:;:' ,tlr.i\ f'f producer- :and. a 'conr. the neit day after his Wllkes- animal industry has been taken up. the federal court of Venezuela has decided plant. ;No,lives were lost and a temporary .

"'v.r ;.,., r-J1V'.:" ,:- "- a. .}sumer;and:.that. the barre speech, President Roosevelt 'em- The head of this bureau. Dr. Salmon, against the Bermudez Asphalt shed enabled traffic to proceed,

;..\'.';:.-';,f".,,,x". ,.;. '.Democrats" alwayss phasized his 'conception of the :Monroe has admitted that'for sir years prior to company by annulling the so called In a couple of.days as usual.

'_,':.,:':'."3--:\t, >','. s appeal" to the TO.latter., doctrines free from self aggrandize-, 1902 he was the silent partner of. Hamilton concession.., The attitude of Fire destroyed the famous ProtestantEpiscopal .

: f.. :tt f.P fsxying ,that cheap 'merit and.not 'as a shield to our,weakcr'neighbore George E. Howard in ,the George E. this country-Is not likely to be known church of St. Thomas at

:,1.,:.. ".1,.j', xi; W.t-'" .'artICIes.of, consump'tibn -. 'He' declared would Howard Printing company, which had until Secretary Boot returns to Wash Fifth avenue and Fifty-third street,
4-" ..' .:, are the one not to :war to prevent a foreign for ington.
4' -' "....''''' go contracts with the 'department Xew York, 'In the millionaire section
:.,.f:{ ,thing .needful to country from collecting a just debt or printing meat Inspection labels. Mr.
f.1". Oscar to Quit His Throne. of the city Aug. 8, The loss was estimated -
; ; b }
Iii-J r' prosperity regardless -- to .back up a. sister republic In, a re.. Howard is said 'to have invented a
9 ; ;> }-' .i- ; King Oscar of Sweden has expressedhis at $400,000, Including many valuable -
f.ii-1 # ':. of who. pro- fusel to pay. ,Speaking of ,trusts, he label' suitable for being affixed to inspected intention of handing the govern- works of art '
,
'-: a.cretarr Shave dcces them. .On,the warned that leniency ,was at an1 end meats. This latest develop-
is k" ment over to Crown Prince Gustavu The biggest wooden vessel afloat:, the ;
.[ i. ;the Republicans appeal to the and sail packers would be prosecuted.LEGALCRIMINAL scandal
; msstttury : ment in the department graft Adclphus In order that he might seek American four masted schooner Roan-
:t pdt : .: has rumors
tf1t anew Me. "by
He denied the of Bath destroyed
v rest and strength. report oke, was .
? pcrtlorri[ the price at.which he can
Is also
; retirement It charged
I I that he had changed his mind fire .Aug. 10 while loading at Noumea ,
dtepQlB of_his products, whether they : that' the bureau of animal industry '
about letting one of his sons becomethe New Caledonia. .
$ labor or the resulta of labor. The trust in maintaining its
4 ara; helps the beef king of Xorway.;
opposition promised the"consumer "the Wealthy Milwaukee Grafters. monopoly by' refusing to inspect the Deaths.

)' .Kit AbestarketItheworid; : In which'to The Milwaukee.. WIs.. grand jury hasindicted' products of independent meat packers.. Russians In SaHahlin Surrender.. Archbishop Chapelle of New Orleans:

\! !bra't' -The Republican party: 'promised Charles' F, Pfister, one of the This if true} would Involve the secretary An official report from Japan tells and papal delegate to Cuba Porto Rico f

{t>,&;i;: a hi producer;nhe, best'.market In the city's 'wealthiest and most prominent directly* The'secretary throw's: how General, Llapnoff, the Russian and the Philippines died at New Orleans -
In which to seeHe said thatiCbmdneas governor of the Island of Sakhalin from an attack: of yellow fever.
W ; : citizens on the charge of stealing $14.000 .- the blame on congresS for not,having
i' stagnation' and paulo had from the Wisconsin Rendering appropriated the money asked for. while being pursued by the Japanese He, was the first distinguished ,victim

.:ff fi ileathetl every:, experiment ;with tariff company; also against three others forbribery More than 00,000,000 animals'were inspected sent word under a flag of truce that of the present epidemic. 9

J'i .j:f4)'revenue only, and one for perjury. Mr. last year in fifty-one cities at he desired to surrender. lIe said 'ha Captain Evan P. Howell, one of the ;

{.'* l1PNaJdlllt.Add..H.Mine Workers. PEster'says that the money placed in a total cost of $781,000. It is proposed was forced to'do this from a sense of founders of the Atlanta Constitution *
humanity In being unable to succor the and father of its present editor Clark
to fee for inspection as
il l11ne workers well as temperance his hands/was expended according {o charge a
\ wounded from lack of bandage ma Howell, died at his Atlanta home at
solution of the problem. ,
py'xorkere comprised the. vast throng oft an agreement years ago one
____. The Japanese commanderden the age of sixty-six. '
tuore'than' 150.COO persons who' gave Wife Desertion on Increase. Taft party at Manila. '
Ir t.
mantled the delivery of all. war sup- General Roy Stone, the famous civil
l'Nt": Preatdent, Roosevelt the reception of Magistrate Poole of New York on Secretary of War Taft, with the died at
Including and civil engineer
plies and property, uninjured. war veteran ,
\ JthU life-when he spoke on the same bad ,1100 in his court and their families -
- :r : one day women party of congressmen maps and records of administration. Mendham. N. J, aged sixty-nine. \ t
>:platform with Cardinal Gibbons and each for warrant for a deserting and Miss Roosevelt, have been
.: : asking a On July 31 General Llapnoff, 70 officers Alexander M. Bell father of Professor -
;."'' ... jJobn'klitbheil. at Wllkesbarre. It was h1l8ba 1d. Thereupon he made entertained at.Manila. At a dinner and 3,200 men of the Russian gar Alexander Graham Bell died at

"' : the eagerness..of. this great mass of the statement that, GO.OOO wives In given by the chamber of commerce 400 rison surrendered., the Washington home of the latter. He

... hpeople! 'to',get near the, president, that Manhattan alone are abandoned every guests were present In a speech was known as the inventor of visible

}t;&'". t:came near:causing. a frightful catastroC year and,that the evil was 'growing at made by Governor Wright, he declared speech. Age eighty-six.. : *,

..', ,'t."P those :In, .tront,, being ,pressed a rapid rate' He 'said that the majority that the visit of the secretary proved L I COMMERCIALHill I

::< ;' 4'atptlustthe' ropes' by the thousands, be- of the wife deserters were'men of that the Filipinos would receive a Cures Sciatica.

> i ,t' hind. Only the personal magnetism of foreign .blrth.Conn.cticut deal. Secretary Taft said that
square Central.A .
.. Gets Wisconsin
he raised his Rev W. L. Riley! LL.D. Cuba, N.Y., ,
the nation's chief as Divorce' Decision the pledges made by McKinley would
Chicago report says that James J. writes: "After fifteen days of excruciating -
:IT arms' and shouted for order checked 'court of be.honegtly fulfilled as to the granting secured from sciatic rheumatism under
The Connecticut supreme Hill and his associates have : pain ,
;'Y: the; 'dangerous. movement. Cardinal errors has just decided that a: marriage of autonomy, but that the people who control of the Wisconsin Central as various treatment, I was induced to tryBallard's
Gibbons,, who was the first; speaker refused just taxation-'Were unfitted for ;
1E
tg is dissoluble under the laws I another outlet for traffic over the Bur. Snow Liniment; the first application
\\tJ:?: t:" > 'said that the presidents coming would of that state when one of the partiesto self government At a meeting of the giving my first relief, and the ;

=wm ff be "a 'potent, factor In cementing",the who sugar planters the congressmen discussed lington. second entire relief. I can give it unqualified
cam' good'relations between.the miners and the contract Is an epileptic the tariff question and the To Bridge Grand Canyon. recommendation." 25c., 50c.

_"i' \." etr;eglployers.. has Induced the other to marry by planters tried to show that if the tariff The latest tourist scheme In the and $1.00. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy
"" -:;;. :. falsely,representing his or her physical and Eau Gallie Eau Galiie.FIa.
mine Grand of the Colorado will be Pharmacy
:John Mitchell, speaking for the were reduced that it would not threaten Canyon &%
& condition. In that state it is against
;": workew: said the visit of the president the American sugar industry. In an aerial car line spanning the great

;'Mfi s':L'; {marked an epoch. In'Industrial history. the law for epileptics to marry. a reception at the palace Secretary gorge at its widest point and carrying -LOW RATES-

{i... it. rfand;..poke of'their gratitude for the Congressman's Jury Disagrees.The Taft and Miss Roosevelt shook bands passengers from the bottom ot"the trail -FOR-

president's Intervention In the great second trial of the land fraud with 3,000 persons. to the top of the plateau 8,000 feet in SPECIAL OCCASIONS. "-
I
V tc: ;: .strike of 1902' : He Introduced the I' case against .Congressman Williamsonof height. -VIA- f -

<. ; '; .i' president as one who had spoken for Oregon Dr. Van Gessner and M. Internal Trade Conditions.The .

'B 1 ":). :.the:right of the _workmen to organize 0. Biggs at Portland, resulted In a disagreement I FOREIGN, I department of commerce and SOUTHERN RAILWAYTwo

;;; .,.:s!\ and'who,was an honorary member of the jury.standing six to six I' labor reports a decrease in the total Trains Daily East, Leave Jack

; XQ" .-! ',one onion.t > after being out forty hours. The case Discussing' Peace Terms. grain receipts and shipments at Interior sonville 9:10 a. m., 7:55 p. m.

;3'i r; $ The"president said he was glad to will be tried again Aug. 28. After being delayed by a fog the vessel markets for the past six months $Lit -\tlanticGityX.J..andreturn..,

JR..r/* speak to, the miners and under .the Warrant For Paterson's Mayor. the of Ja- although corn moved in an exceptionally lJ On sale daily; limited Oct. 31, +
1'aUsplces' of the C. T. A. U. He point- carrying peace envoys l.j!( i
,After four days of inactivity and and Russia reached Portsmouth, heavy volume. There was an increase

t t \.r: .f ;led oui.that a man's own qualities were indecision following the disappearanceof pan N. II. where they were welcomed by In the handling of cattle and $6' ,7 Bar Harbor, :Maine and re 1

% :fl. .''mostly responsible for determining his II. Belcher the absconding the governor of New Hampshire and other live stock. turn. On sale daily; limited

tt' Hence the Importance of so- 31 1905.
; success. of Paterson O\.ft ,
mayor by great crowds of people. From their Would Supervise Grocers.The

'; ,'\ :ibriety and temperance. To be a good N. J.. the quarters at the Hotel Weutworth the idea advanced by II. }l. Goldberg $30 80 Buffalo, ,N'. Y., and return. '
must first learn to govern Tickets sale 9 10 limited f
eltisen man
rl l a prosecuting officers JulyS, -
envoys proceeded to the new storage a San Francisco (Cal.) dealer, In
.
himself and this applied as much July lath Can be extended to Aug.
b Issued
a
l. house in the navy yard, which had a letter to the American Grocer, b thatthe
.ff'iji .. I'.J the wealthy as to the poor. The 4,1905.
! to warrant for his for them by
been fitted specially business should be considered
'-J!( : president declared that he strongly be1fii arrest charging the government.up It was agreed that grocery as ,a public utility and the people $ -I 'JA Saratoga Spring! N. Y., and

.J .1 'Ted. In trades unions "wisely and embezzle- %. its language return. On bale: daily; limited
in -
shouldbe
: each side should speak own who govern a !grocery business _
it was the t
: handled and that Oct 31, 1905.
-I rjuitiy. ment. The ex- \ but that tta written exchanges under supervision. This might! '

J ." duty of.both capitalist and wage worker tent of the' departed should be. in French, and the Russians mean less groceries, but better one*, $Q7 AH Washington, i). C and return. Li -
to deck each other out and endeavor QO I ,UU Limited Oct. 31, 1905.
mayor'speculations credentials. The Japanese
1-
submitted their and the concentration of the traffic. 4-7
-it ;.. ,to mow broad and kindly.human sympathy in- had left theirs at the hotel but The plan U commended by the editorof Two Trains Daily West,Leave Jacksonville

.c1 : :. .' creased from later in the day produced them and the American Grocer as the only at 7:45 p. m., and 7:55 p. m.lIJ' ,-

W >.:,, ; Ownership Plans. day .to day, as both sides were satisfied. Next day which will give .e
Chicago's
powerto
"J; practical policy '," Knoxville, Tenn., and return. xy,
) )
:
_; Major Dunne of Chicago has decided light was Baron Komura submitted the termsof organization. The writer makes a Tickets on sale July 8, 9,15, 1U05,

;tf''1<- : that the city should allow the thrown on his : ?\ I peace in writing and acceded to the plea for more idealism and more seriousness limited 15 days. Extension: by deposit t qr-v

i 7x >' i.r." .. ,traction companies to continue to operate many crooked William H. Belcher. requcst of the Russians for time to among the merchants them I until St pt. SO", 1905. '-

g : In the streets long enough to work dealings. The study the terms and make a written selves. He thinks it is hopeless to get Q'W) J() Louisville, Ky., and return.

$" ._ ;. 'j out .their. ;present franchise values, amount was estimated at not less than reply, pending which the conference anything out of the manufacturers iu CV.1Vrjckf: >ts on gale July 25), 30, Iirnit -

,. 7. :,Trhlle-announcing its intention to takeover $100,000. He was engaged In nearly adjourned. Although both were the way of a positive guaranty as to August 10th 1903.Hi : _

W/ the lines in the future. In ana every form of petty misappropriation p''edged to secrecy, it was guessed thatJapans I their products. c '11 Monteagle, Tenn., and return, '
, that It and forgery. No clew to his where- included the reversion tl'v'l >J
.... Interview the mayor said terms July 14, i5i7Ausr; 5,0.7.! Limit S ,
I. ... would be his policy to avoid cond .m- abouts was obtainable and his descrip- of Fort Arthur and the Llaotung peninsula i Aug. :31, 1\1\ ()). Extension Oct. 31, 1905.'lifTl ,

i proceedings wherever possible tion was sent broadcast over the coun the transfer of the Chinese Eastern I MISCELLANEOUS I \ Chicago, IlL, and return On !

fik.nation they are so costly. Of the try..t the first meeting of the boardof I railroad from Port Arthur to lIar- "" 1VV'J sale daily. Limit Oct. 31, 1005. f3 1
;. t'.{:. aldermen It was decided to halt all the evacuation of :Manchuria thecession
in Chicago forty bin, Uncle Sam Fever.
Fights
,
of trackage I
:' 700 miles t'H 9' Hot Spring, Ark., and return. :
months until
five another
"::;' '. ,,,' 'piles would revert to the city at the new grants for, President of the island of Sakhalin and In response to the invitation of representative C-y.- On sale July 18, Aug. 1.15.ept.:: .

: :cost price within the next two years, I mayor Is elected. the recognition in principle that Ja- bodies in the state of Louisiana 5 19; limit 60 days; extension for 00 days. '
: : :.. Young of the board of aldermen will Indemnity.
entitled to an
and an three years more the majority pan was and its fever stricken city of Dining Cars. Service a la Carte. ,
:jf revert in the I be the. acting mayor in the interim.EXECUTIVE The Russian reply was a firm refusalon
of the 700 miles would New Orleans the marine hospital service reservations and detailed
: Sleeping
,. the'two of indemnity '
main
,: that he says that points the has ,
"same.way.. After by direction of president information cheerfully furnished upon
r' the remaining roads whose charters I I and Sakhalin Island cession. Peace taken entire charge of the much befuddled application. Passenger office 108 West

}..fit"t.. are, for longer terms will find them- hope waned. The czar remained warlike quarantine situation. At the Bay street, Telephone. e ;

: .elres. so surrounded by city lines as the mikado obdurate. same time governor Blanchard and J. C. Lt>K, Dist. Pass Apt., '
j t : Rear Admiral Clark Retires.
_ be glad to sell at a reasonable fig Parliament Prorogued.With the state board of health have de- Jacksonville I .
to On his sixty-second birthday, Aug. _d_ ___ __
; ure. When that time comes, the salaries the prorogation of parliament clared war on the arbitrary and Illegal -CA-- TORIA. '

employees will be higher and 10 Rear Admiral 'Clark, who com- Premier Balfour found himself still quarantines set up by various
of
lt' manded the Oregon In the Spanish war Sears the Us Km You H31 a.old! !:: y8ignatLre
, hours of work shorter., with a majority of seventy-one In the towns and villages, insisting that : +
!
Graft. retired from the navy. .. house of commons or ten less than he through freight mail and travel be c242-:
\\li/ : Legislators'
Connecticut Battleship Kansas Launched.The had last February. uninterrupted under certain proper re-

ft: ; ::. The' people of f Connecticut from have Hartford. been new battleship Kansas was Gomez Defies Palma! strictions as to fumigation, etc., consequently HCLLISYLH'S:: t f. r

-nif ... .startled by the- report formally launched at the yards of the the shotgun quarantine Is
Miguel Gomez of San- Mountain Tea 1
that the general .assembly Jose governor Rocky Nuggets ,
to the effect New York Ship Building! company at losing headway. The Mississippi authorities I
and Liberal candidate for the
ta Clara
/ closed, ei- Bus Msdioiaa for People.
Busy
:; t'* : :! ,,whose session for has just and Jack Camden X. J.; Aug. 12. being christened presidency of the island of Cuba, has do not however, agree with Brings A Galdn! Health sad Renewed Vigor.
: ended 15.000 pens Miss Anna Hoch. daughter of idea of extermination i
by the Louisiana mosquito
of the 200 tegfela"tor defied the power: of President Palmato A l'Pf'Ci is bar don.tlP<'tloQ. IDIIe-tlon.Live
: '- knives for the use the governor of Kansas. The traditional municipalities without reference as the principal means ofprevention. and Ki'lnny Troube.*. rimpli"". Edema, Impure z
Inspect .
'- ., TWa was sufiBclent to supply i bottle of champagne was brokenby Blood Evl Breath. Sluttish Eo.vt-U Hea-iactw, s
Dr. J. H. White was placedin
f local authorities. He that tab.
three fountain to says and Backache It's R cky M uDaia Tea in }
& >, :each member with Miss Bach over the bow of the the court annot be relied up- command of the marine hospital let form. 3T cents a box Geumtw Made by ,.
knives, but, as a mat- supreme Bouisrcn'art) C'>MPASY, Jlu,Iww.. \Vis. -
': 4 ,' rpen .and nine: vessel because of its partiality to Palma. 'work at New Orleans. The whole '
on
; the mem- S?.L '
r"" 1<> one-third of GOLDEN NUGGCTS FOR PEOPLE
':Jt. 'J' t.. ,.:...ot faci about and adds that the whole Island is aa city Is to be fumigated by districts

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{, i- ,. rJ.,1.\JI' ''':i''f'1i'.l'Y''N: : <;''"''''''''...;> ftMfeift tiwte here oritbrooghthers ;There.will be preachinjr by'the pastor ftiw PefucaCures, fret cite

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.t.-;' amIwr.M'taWtat i!. or.iD: -' rbetwt" ,rtaiicitrand'infocted i be no further eemcea'.lD TitMTille'cir tIbi.Jjn ever located, ..
Work the
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//pointa. I believe l on .
3 ; ; : cult t11Jciober unlessspecial provision "
1 WBLf9HBDIl1Y rJIDJ.1'XOUDTQ t'A.
n. 'these PotDti'm ;thor hotel,,will begin about September :
'''' """ < :i.- both : being be made, of which'there .llIbe'do8 '
: y JVINICJftI8..'":aS tr O1Q Ij and t crew of 30 carpenter ii expected: to make _
hav
peghlj guarded an abidingfaith
:: k" ..:,W,CWt*FOB' OX MOMtHBr*'; notice given{through the papers. Sunday = Eti
"' ;i. "' ''' ". '- -- ,- ...1.1k I that we will eacape,this dread. tiaitation ,school will be':held at Tuosville, aa gnick woik of this contract. The new ryrr
-- = 5l'll..sr'-,.- Jldiet ...,.... >ruvtelMd.. ,} hotel is to be ready for opening about <
'J\ f /f"':: ., ;.-A"IIh.. :: f! 'I'II" this year. usual;every Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.

... ;.S'"' '.. _. .. .' .. ... T'BUZUlG" -. 'Re',. Howard, R.Gibbons, pastor, will January 1st -

,:i..; ; .tO' -.", :?".;: ',B'B4E8",,, ,,;,.. 0>t 111RLaT'T'P.... =:' .. '. PEACE., hold services 'at: the Titusville Baptist The Democratic executive committee of

.,_": z ..e't.- :It UalnvMt oatldn:' nOR'that: ;_the'Ms. Fro thgWaelaingtoa Port.- church at 11 L nv:and 7:30 p.m., on called
Marion at meeting
1 f.: county a special
" '- j rile hospital eeriioe'bastbefeverttion It ia thought that]Russia will"reject the Sunday, August 27th.. Sunday.school at
antaol. :Tb1i ... held at Ocala Saturday,,passed a resolution
ft it' ;: :: at New Qrteanaonder 10 All cordially invited to attend -
terms of peace offered her.by Japan, be- a. m. are censuring Governor Broward for
r : ffl}i.J! ;deatlt rate h{:.remarkably"oj m l,"and..ih.t .'
: cat 8e,Rossi pride :will not ,submit to appointing Judge Bell county judge of a
anumberof caesJ -not;increasing.
j _new,1, the humiliation of )buying'peace. Sometimes
; Marion over the
Weekly Weather Report. the heads of county
?'ft 4'i'*c :': '1Zn.1878, after thelever, had,been running
pride is an expensive.thing. They committee.Mr. .
} : mnontbiorrmore aa;'the fever'tdt'is cr.s.,DKMsncxxT or AGKICULTUXK WBATHIK -
twi ;, ,
i : .' whop War should stand the hazard BUUAU.Jcr1TES .

1f: ; --, : ., : ,year_hoe, the' anroberrF 'of'new } ,8eI.U; of the battle., Russia has' lost, and it is FlA., Aug.22. 1905. D. B. Paxton general manager of

': ;= :-, :;very. much Urger and the death list was her part to.pay the piper for the dance. Comparative statement of temperatures the, DeLand Naval Stores Co., with his
: be
thissere going to
'It': a
L'; :: far greater. Tber4 is nothing new in ii. Every German and rainfall for the week endinjr Tuesday eon, have,been looking over the Haneon

J; ;: t,.: .' '; great epidemic/tlie, : number ;of, :cases state at one .time' or another; and 'l905 1904 grant near Stuart-on-the-SL Lncie, with
Lr the time;toad the DATS.: MAX. MIH. MAX. MIS
t would be increacing :
e : Jt II most'of them many times ,bought peaceof Aug. 16. 89 74 85 75 *view of purchasing the timber and turpentine -
. : ,
v death list would'go tip .by'leapYfand; "
I ,17. 88 75 85 73 .
: Iianwo'8d of
. I a conqueror. Less >re years privileges. J. C. Hancock, .
{: ".: bounds from day to day.. 18. 86 .... 71 87 74 F. Y. FlTZPATft&lC, fcL ti.
/ in Stuart is for several thousand .
France the
,' Igo" proudest nationality 19. 90 (78 86 74 agent acres
.; ft', ,JZoi only do 'he.'t&k Ihopefntc. Christendom, paid the biggest price for 20. UO 76 80.75 on this grant. Bon.F. Y.Fitzpatrick, Congressman
: : view of the situatignn,.but; t.be'people feel ," 21. 90 76 '88 78
& I etuckywritesfromthelational
from
'
-) peace ever quoted, and that at the close 28. 89 11 88 79
'ii. t5" ", the epidemic will soon be. a thing of the of 'a most humiliating war. Gustavus Total rainfall for the week. 3.39 in. The board of public instruction o"f 8t. Hotel, Washington,!). Cn as follovs;
:>t If.it be a fact that:the epidemic is rainfall for the week 2.15 "At the solicitation of friend I used
) ;'i.", past., (, Adolphas sold by the wholesale Departure plus Lucie county has offered to donate a site a
,,4"I'f the decline there are reasons for thinking peace inches Penjna and con cheerfully recommend
\ ::;- ". 'on and by the retail, So'did Napoleon Bon Departnrerainfall since Jan. 1st 1905 plus for a town hall at Fort Pierce and the four

I tt: : ; .that.'t e'feer.ill,. be.@tampedoot. by And Rome even the Home of 1.01 inches. offer has been accepted by the Fort Pierce your remedy to anyone suffering
aparte.
,0 t ... the first October. H. P. HABDUr, with cataraa or who nods a good tonic.
j.'t t- : \ Marcos Manlina 'Capitolinus the hero improvement club, which organization ;'
. -'4y :.,. .. .., Official in Charge., -P.Y.rUzpatrich.
!T::".:::.>, :RUSSIA EETUSE8.: whom the geese awakened bought peaceof will proceed to raise the necessary funds. Peruna is the remedy for catarrh* Almost ;

': the barbarian Gaul, anti we are told Electric Cars IA Manila. for such a building. everybody knows that by heresy

:r ii As Russia has refused'to entertain the that the insolent Brenn.ua threw his swordin America in the Philippines is going and thousands know it by experience.

C; ;/,:;!. .compromise tendered the'part of Japan the scale to>make the tribute greater. ahead, as an extract from a recent let- By order of Judge R. M. Call-; of tie ",' ;:;.t csn bo cured in the beginning in a

"' t'. ,. on Wednesday;: towards a peace BCIUO* ter shows,, says the London Chronicle. Jacksonville judicial circuit, upon motion week or two by using; Peruna, if alluded .

lj ;' men t,'the exar probably: is of the. opinion,i POOLED THE BOBBERS., "We were fortunate enough to land In ex-Senator Will Call, Mr. J. E. Alex- to become chronicj mAr require mo ths.

" f- 2'' that if the .war- proceeds Russia would Manila on.the very day when.the new ander, of DeLand, private secretary of !)f faithful treatment. You bad better >.,;
1 2-C', A special the Times-Union from Kis-
electric trams were opened. ,There are tike Pen:lanow for by aad by you maybe
. c' It Senator Call when has
able to out. might at
Japan Washington
be wear
: ,1 soon ,
r ,
simmee.gives details of an attempted rob- fifty miles of rails, all Installed on the obliged iu take it for some time la
If 1T': be well for Emperor Nicholas to recollect \ been appointed trustee of the Washington order to set well. Now the warm dry '.
bery in the lower end of Osceola county. latest Yankee plan. The streets were
of the that Russia made to Mrs. Call anda weather will assist la You
?Z\-:: some predictions property belonging your cure.
H. Lamer cattleman Spanish Chinese
James a ,wealthy crowded with Filipinos, .
x iMy Alt of this that are mt liable to catch fresh cold and
the commencement
war daughter.
:: ; f > who liver near Whittier about forty miles etc., staring In. wonder at the del' cure.llLiulmls .
S ;' :" : : have .all failed to materialize. Japan 'No pushes, no pullee; go your
.. southeast of here,'was feeding his horses novel sIght. of men of dignity and prOd..*
::6 i.. ; ,;'" may not be in position to carry the, war I last Sunday evening, just at dusk, when like hellee Could Kipling himself Pursuant to instructions from the Fort nonce from all over the United Stara

:,:;; n!' .\ \, '. much further but is Russia in any better he was suddenly confronted by two men put it more graphically than does that Pierce town council Mayor Gladwin has eiddrae 1\.rur-a. ,

'"f.:: (:: :_:,.,? : shape financially than Japan for a con- with drawn revolvers and commanded to touch of pidgin English? called a special election to be held Tues- No other remedy receives such con j'
0
.-. }t\, / .- ( tiuuanct? '' -- day, Sept. 19th, to determine whether vincing testimonials. Send for free book i
stand still. His who
r son, was nearby, I Latent Triumph. the of Fort Pierce shall sell bondsto of testimonials. yIf
; ;t <: It doesn't look.as .if Russia were in a Luther Bnrbank'a i town

:. : 0 ::-:'',- ,' condition to continne'the war. And the ran into the house, and was met thereby Luther Burbank, the famous Call- I the amount of f 1500, the proceeds to you do not receive prompt and satisfactory ;'-
three other men. Young Lanier attempted jornlan horticultural expert recently results from the ur-e of :Pornna,
: in site
;, 'y fact must not be overlooked that it costs be used purchasing a permanent
, : to reach his Winchester, which, hung sent to the Lewis and Clark exposition \\'ritelltonce to D:. JIartnian, giving a z,.
. t- .;Russia a great deal more to carry' on the just over the door, but was knocked dowc his latest triumph a golden red for the county buildings. full statement of your ease and be will !

7:. i'': :;;", war than it does Japan for two reasons, twice. Jumping up again, he ran out of plum, nearly as large as an average A Worm Killer. I KJ pleased to jive you his valuable adic" -

"v,1 t F';,.::. via: The. distance Russia is from the s;*ne the door and around the corner of. the apple and full and round in shape J. A. J. Puxico I g*tis. I

:;\ of hostilities and the greater economy of says' a Portland (Ore.) dispatch. The Montgomery Wayne Address Dr. Hartman President of ':
house where he caught a horse and rode Mo. writes "I have little twin
county, : ..
," .
t.
in maintaining an in the specimenS are attracting much atten .T..r+' !!nit -' ( 0 t-
rT Japan army -
who have been bothered with r
;
..: off for assistance the robbers firing several girls worms '
; ;}, "field. If, therefore, Russia is thinking of shots after him. Leaving one man tion. all their lives. I tried everything to relieve "

x4:: '. exhausting Japan in the event the wargoes them which failed until I used
: : to guard the family the balance of the to Mothers.
A Warning
.j first
White's Cream Vermifuge the two
<. ;
. ;: on, she maYbe preparing herself for
). party took four trunks that were in the Too much care cannot be used with doses! brought four worms from one of

: :' a great disappointment.MOSQUITO house and carried them across a small small children during the hot weather of them, the next two doses twelve, one of
ifi: ; ; ................ .. .. them measuring twelve inches the other
: field to the edge of a cypress swamp, the summer months to !guard against ; I.t.
w' THEORY EXPLAINED bowel trouble As a rule it is only necessary child was only relieved of four worms. It
"' -'}. ,". where they broke them open and ran- to rive the child a dose of castor oil is a most excellent medicine." White's
;\, It has been contended that the' yellow sacked them trying to secure the is for children. It
I. (;{ < money to correct any disorder of the bowels. Do Cream Vermifuge good
"""
'" 'r, ,;-; fever carrying mosquito, stegomyia fasciata : which they knew Mr. Lanier kept in not use any substitute but give the old not only destroys worms it helps the '' .":

}) ?;(r does not bite at night and that the these trunks. One of ,the trunks con fashioned castor oil, and see that it is child to pert growth; wards ff sick II'..,.r.. .0 It/ "."1

.;s>: M; ..;t exemption of persona who were not in but did Mr. Lanier fresh, as rancid.oil nauseates and has a ness. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and J Vfr .'. ,.
tained cleverly -
$1450, so .. w
Eau Gallic Eao Gallic Fla.
tendency to gripe. If this does not check Pharmacy, :
..
t; 1(. fever districts at night but who spent the P .. I
have it hidden between the leaves of the bowels give Chamberlain's Colic, .. .. .'
.:"- +.'. days in t h.infected cities, did not bear old almanacsbooks, etc., that the rob- Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and thena s.,.po. Yo" ) ,
"RUNS LIKE A CLDCK"Dam ; ,h :
,>:. ',. J, -.. out the claim that, the stejtqmyia is the bers failed to find any of it. dose of castor oil, and the disease maybe fi

?-" ',:, '. only method of transmitting yellow fevei checked in its! incipiency and all danger \i
;/>J r. rJ avoided.. The castor oil and this-
Dr. G.'A_ Baxter explains this seeinini isYh It will wash and not rub off ,
.' ,..' remedy should be procured at once and Acetylene Gas Generator. "", r J
f: ; inconsistency in an article published in This complexion all envy Ine.It.s ,
for instant tin
,1,6 kept ready nee as soon as BETWEEN YOU AND RUIN ,
I'll tell
: : the Chattanooga News and the following no secret so first indication of any bowel trouble ap-
"' Take thou Rocky Mountain Tea. Feeds by fire stands the perfect protection of p
This is the most snccefsful treatment
f is from his letter
extract reprinted as a jears. .
flames %t
Ask your druggist.IMPORTANT and he relied fire insurance. The h.a'e.no terror
r,,; matter of interest to the readers of THE known may upon for you if you carry a policy in a good ,
, ..< with implicit confidence! even in cases of
:;:-".: Ii ->' STAR: MEETING.A cholera infantum. For sale by Red Cross Lump company.

, ;\ i; :;, "The stegomyia fasciata is called a day party of prominent Key Westers, Pharmacy THE FEELING of SAFETY "'

Her is : alone is worth the coati of the insurance.
: ,;; l.,. -tnosquito. flight principally ii consisting of Hon C. Bowne Pattersor,
,:> } : the early morning hours before 7 a. m. oAS' OnA.a Carbide. I Let us write you a policy 1 today. There ';)
: .
postmaster; Hon. George L. Barilam, ex- Biught is no telling what will happen at any moment 1
; {,; it! r and chiefly in the late afternoon between gas the and is i better
mayor; Hon. George W. Reynolds ex- ra1a it to be safe than sorry. "i
fit : t" 4 and 7 o'clock though I have nowhere Biguatue :
:
.
{f. Z clerk circuit court of Monroe county; A. 1of t Gas MORGAN & WALTON

: 11: seen a positive statement that they do not Y. Semple, editor of Citizen and W. R. TrrrsvatE, FLORIDA.JTjviOBLEY. ,ji JI

{ 'r, l' occasionally bite. at night. Hence, and \: "
., Porter, met Mr. J. R. Parrott general .
" .4 these are the facts as they ,then secured, The Alpine Cottage
manager of the Florida East Coast rai'- Yield
!. r' who their in the
days
: persons spent cityc.'r' ,
way; and other, officials of the road, at :I
and their nights elsewhere usually, I Miami the first of the week relative to Under the management of Mrs. Kate TITU3VILLE, FLA., '

,_, might say almost universally, left town certain extension improvements and work Mere assisted by F. A. Lesley, Larger Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kalomining ';1

: :" by 4 p. m. and did not return until 9 TITUSVILLE, FLA. Staining Finishing and Paper t
l<> be done at that point. Just what the at the reasonable :.
Hanging
most price
o'clock the next morning. Their reason Acetylene the light of the future. It .
nature of the matters under discussion insistent with good workmanship.
' :- for so doing was to avoid the heavy at Daily or Weekly Board. has past the experimental i stage. Over
are cannot be learned though i it is evidently -
" .' if' mosphere of the evening and early hours House Newly Furnished. 100,100 generators in use in the United Work anywhere on the East Coast

: .;: of the day to recipe the miasma as they important Everything First Class. states. Cheaper han coal gas electricity Specially solicited. Let me know what
kerosene.
*. <. : then thought, but in doing so they accidentally "OLDEST MAN IN FLORIDA." .- IIr to work satisfactory.Every generator Lse for guaranteed heating von Prompt want attention and get given my to estimate all work.on it.

and fortunately escaped the very Mr. Sims Dillard, census enumeratorfor Location: Hopkins street near Julia. .-ooking and illumination.E. .

:- i hours in which the flight of this mosqui the Snmmerfield district, has run W. AMSDEN ORMOXD, THE

and after left the immediately Agent for the East; Coast.
,; to was greatest they -
t, s infected across probably the oldest man in Florila. ROBBINS Circulars and price list on application. HASBROUCKtMOTOR. 3
: :" mosquito sections as
( His !name is David Roherts and he
: ;:, i of this is I
the flight particular variety
.
is living near Fish Pond, and ha been aresident & GRAHAMCO.
- : known to be very limited, they were in. -
": of Marion county for a long 5'L1TS EASIER RUNS STEADIER,

:: .; no' danger from the disease. while. He was born in South Carolinain ., GIVES GREATER EFFICIENCYand -

"I trust will find in the above full Paid Capital 123,000.00)
: you (Incorporated up
1797 and can establish the date of his uses LESS GASOLINE per horse
; ;,:, explanation of the doubtful points in birth by authentic records.-Ocala Ban- This company owns landsin power than any other engine made.We .

: ,' your own mind concerning this theory the Indian River Country continually demonstrate this.

.y-" or, as it should be termed, fact of mosquito ner. ,on the St. Lncie River, Commercial sizes 8 to 300 horse power.,

? transmission of yellow fever and judge Deafness Cannot Ke Cured at New River and on Bis- Special Light High Speed sizes from t
>-" Bay. 20 to 250 horse
: By local applications,as they cannot reach the cayne power.
q; :.- have asked these questions in print
;
you
> .' diseased. of the
portion There is
< ear. only one PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES Benj. W. Jerome
; J -t'i. because yon have heard the same points way to cure deafness, and that is ky constitutional ,

) : if'j. expressed by others. This is my excuse remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed Send for land list i STATE AGENT,

. .; rt : for my full answer. !eustachian condition tube. of When the this mucous tube lining infi&med of the OFFICES WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
'
/.i."I deem it of the greatest importance you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear- TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.

.::y' ', that the public understand exactly and ing, and when it is entirely closed deafness is Also State Agent for
the result,and unless the inflammation
be
can HEW
:' y. fully that they may accept this theory as taken out and this tube restored to its normal: EAST COAST MEAT MARKET I.aNrl+.. LONDON MOTOR COMPANY'S

,.' Y known beyond doubt, that quarantine, condition, hearing will be destroyed forever, TWO-CYCLE MOTORS
nine cases oat of ten are caused by catarrh o. F. DUlEf Agent A BRUSH WITH SAVAGES
. ; !' scientific quarantine, may be maintained which is nothing but an inflamed condition of 3 to 12 h. p. jump epark. up to-date.

i '. with its full measure of protection to the mucous surfaces.We is a novelty. The higher the civilization
." will give: One Hundred Dollars for any Florida and the larger the number of brushes in use. Notice of Application For Permit to Sell .
Y.: communities and this in particular (and of deafness (caused catarrh the demand
case by ) that cannot -- Judging by here our customers Liquors, Wines and B er. 3t
; I want to say right here that I am decidedly be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for have reached a high state of refine- Whereas, B. L. Motlow has filed with the 1

it in favor quarantine), without panic circulars, free.ca.e.14 WesternHeats ment. Every day we sell more and more board <' county commissioners for Brevard
F./ CHENEY & COof Toledo O. county, Florida his
excellent ,
: of these application for permit to '
: the and and
among people legitimate by druggists, ;5c. sell liquors wines and beer in election du. '
., : f' harmless trade being interfered with to Hall's Family Pills are the best. TOOTH BRUSHES. HAIR BRUSHES, trict two of said county and state; any citizen; 1

}r the least possible extent. BATH BRUSHES, (eta) of such election district may show cause, if
Perhaps the fine quality has had something any there be at the meeting of the board to
; "If there were millions of cases in New to do with it-ptrhaps its the price. be held on Tuesday the ith day of Septem

; ; ;:' Orleans, the only two factors that could BNt Sr R TWw 6a. QN1n of all Kinds Anyway all purchasers are well pleased. be her,1905 nut, why such permit should Lot d
x ', ttma br d granted. A. A. SUW UT.
< f},
the disease that would have
to
give us or RED CROSS PHARMACY, Clerk of the Board or County Commi ion-

2-wi ) 'L::: be guarded. against is already,infected in- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. TITrSVILLE.oj ere Brevard Oounty Florida.By .
; ;:: .
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q 8iO... M-l,4 holes for' 8-In'ware! 20x21. .14 14 24 255 16.00 Ho 7-15 4 holes, for'y-inch. ware 15x15Ho. 10 17 6.00 I

..f pJfcW-i,4 holes for 8-in. ware 26 19.00
22x23 5 15 27
... ,. 8-17 4 holes. for 8-inch ware 17x17 12 20 9.00 ;

Mj." SPECIAL FEATURES. .OF MERIT r "Jk"
"( it... HO. 3-19 4 holes, for 8-inch ware 19x19 24 23 13.00 '
: New Idea in Ovens, the Ovens and Oven
-t. Racks
-'.:.. >JOttfftlj-;." Made to Fit Regular- Stock Size Bake Pans .

J''.Tl e largest oven for size'stove ever made Fire back guaranteed '- ;- SPECIAL FEAVURES OF MERIT :

,*. See the size of overt racks :New btyle oven door opener .. 'd. ,. f.
1:Look at the selling points Entirely new detachable damper ._ ', ;: .,.'. ,
'.'? 'V8I'JbaDdiomeornamentation Cut top, extra: long fire box '; ': _: The most attractive and elegant'low Firebacks guaranteed '"
Nickel oven door plate Full size fire door .
-y '
stove basket <
priced ever produced. Heavy grate .. *
: Extra heavy covers and centers Draw out and hearth >.' v .
swing '
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Largest oven and oven racks for size stove Extra large fire box. .- > "- = '
Cat long center with center rest Large back shelf fl
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u .Heavy front grate Outside oven shelf changeable to either side ever made. New style oven door kicker L- M
i 'AH.rods on outside of stove Ovens and oven racks made to fit regular Round goose neck flues .. f+

\t .Theeo.TCllIU'C.the best that money can buy and we do not hesitate to say they will please you stock size bake pans Fire backs and top oven plates ornament. ,
'. J T Heavy covers and centers ed like stoves'

I .t Their Durability and Perfect Operation Have Oar Full Guarantee Cut long center with center rest J >i t


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justified the reduction ordered by Gov. The annual report of the comptroller PRAISE FOR TITUSVILLE. JILTED FLORIDA MAN.A '

i )AX INCREASE Jennings, and the general revenue fund, shows that the disbursements from the Editor of THE FLORIDA STAB. dispatch from Norfolk to the Savannah J 4

containing, $$289,418 on Jan. 1, 1905, general revenue fund of the state for the Please allow me to speak a word News of Aug. 21st, says: .,

"' was ample to meet .all usual appropriation's year 1904 amounted to $616,657.89. In through your paper. There was never a A romantic marriage occurred in Wilson % l -{

:; State Had to Raise including natural increases in state your communication you state that the time through the history of the A. M. E. Va., on Sunday, contracting par r }

:; Why. tie expenses; but the legislature of 1905 has appropriations made by the legislature of church that we were any better cared for ties being Miss Maggie L. Wells, daughterof ,t f

made a large number of unusual and extraordinary 1905, to be paid from the general revenue than! during our visit at the Titusville :Mr. John II. xVeIs! 6f Goldsboro, and i }

1: the Rate This Year appropriations, to be paid fund for the next year amount to convention from August 10th to 14th. Mr. Ed. Newell, of Greene county. :\Ii sWells =:,a

from the general revenue fund during the $868,171. This being so, the disburse- .
The convention was called to order by was engaged to be married (and f
next twelve months. Among them are ments authorized for the next year the invitations had L :
been
JHDSUATEXP1SES.GoTernor Rev. A. Scott, presiding elder and the already sent :

"! the following : amount to $251,513.111n excess of the following officers elected: Secretary in out) to Mr. Manly Baker, of Florida, next

disbursements made during the year.: chief Mrs. Lola Tuesday and
EXTRAORDINARY APPROPRIATIONS.State Mekins; recorder and evening, every arrangementhad

;;: aid to public'schools, No. 33814 50,000 1904? The state tax levy for the general reporter to all the leading papers, Mrs. J.'' been made for the evtut. It seems

i : Bro ard Authorizes Three ______ revenue fund for the year 1904 way one- that while the
Uniform system, Ne. 3382----- 50,000 A. Porter. Mrs. Han kins \\appointed family were at breakfast !

f Mills Instead of Four, Further aid to schools;No. 3381_..__ 25,000 half of one mill, and there was a balance superintendent of Daytona district. Sun- Sunday at Goldsboro a hack drove up to ,
Levy s l*
x General 14,500 $289,418.13 to the credit of this fundon the house and Miss .
statutes----- -------------*- day school. Maggie hastily droveto +

}J'i.1"iI'o < .. Traveling expenses circuit judges_.._ 2,400 Jan. 1> 1905. God bless Titusville and her good people the depot and took the tram for Wilson -
The following copies of official correspondence court reports 10,000 If the appropriations made for the next'
-l Reprinting supreme -- and may she be long remembered.REV where she met the groom by reemenl. J
i!< : between the s-tate comptroller Soldiers' Home______._____________ 4,500 year were not so greatly in excess of those' The .
A. R. STARES. news was telegraphed to Mr. ;
,}! .and the governor relative to the tax.levy Assistant state auditor. and. traveling. 2,800 for the past year the tax levy could remain Baker. -' ;

'J!;# will| be found of interest to every Florida State expenses hospital----building--- ---and-- --improvements -------- the same as it was for 1904, but the If you are troubled, with dizzy spells, '
In
|]g :"taxpayer. .. :. ________..__...._.....__.__._ 40,000 annual and extraordinary appropriationsmade headache, indigestion, constipation, Hollister's covering np his tracks a man often ;
;; F4 '. COMPTROLLER CROOJl's: LETTER Selecting camp ground___.___......_ 300 by the legislature of 1905, as shown Rocky Mountain Tea will make makes a lot more while doing it.

'".f 1 Tallahassee, Fla., July 10, 1005. State census_______________________ 30,000Governor's by your communication, makes it necessary you well and keep you well. If it fails -z
'v __________
.
mansion---- 25,000
to have in the general Thousands Hare
more
4 N. B. Broward, Govt'rnoroC F orl' money get your money back. That's fair. 35 Kidney Trouble *
Hon. Fair a.ssociation------ .
: Mid-Winter revenue fund to'meet these appropria cents. Ask and Don't Know it. '
druggist.GROWING +.
The has authorized ___.___ your
association
da'Sir legislature West Florida Fair 2,000
tions. No new sources from which to derive -
':> -' of 1 mills for general revenue 130 How To :Find Out.
: levy } Battleflags-----------------------
.r ,tax
revenue for this fund, have been provided 'EM SOME. '
: purposes for each of the years 1905 and Deficiency in salary of governor and Fill a bottle or common glass with your
._ ,>" authorized by the state attorneys.--.---.--_------ 6,300 by law. It is therefore imperativethat The following story, the character of water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a '1

it 1906. The tax levy 190 3 mills. Relief of Mattox etal._____.__._____ 150 the tax levy of 1904 be increased to which we vouch for, comes from In. #

!4 t legislature for the year was Relief of J. H. Jackson....--.--..--. 63 meet the expenditures required to be dian territory and is related by the Che-
; I
*In an official communication to'thegovffH Relief estate Pearce...___.___..__ 485Bnckman made by the legislature.The cotah-Times:
e for June 30, 100, I reportejl: .
on bill 75,000
-------------------- levy of one and one-half mills for t .
One of our readers, whose veracity is ;
durR
derived
will be -
I "The revenues that Refunding liquor licenses estimated. 15,000 the year 1905, as authorized by chapter above question, tells the following story: Ur! k:1
for general re'enne's. constitutional amendments .
,...::;_F .Ing the coming year from licenses, inter- I Printing of 1903_______..______________ 12.544 i 5374, acts of 1905, to provide for the appropriations "The terrible news comes from the west-
$ of the state
purposes annually 15,000 required by law to be paid of the Cherokee nation that
' sales of fertilizer Eucampment ----------- ern part a
--'il-c .est.-00 'state deposits, for, the general revenue fund .is hereby boy climbed a cornstalk to see how the '
sale certificates .
of tax in all to the sum of. 1398,171
Amounting
; 1 .stamps, directed.The the back is also s;
corn was getting along and the stalk
.. and, other sources, besides taxation, together These amounts and those included in increase in the taxable property in now convincing proof that the kidneys and blad- (i )
r" is faster than the
growing boy can der of
in the propertyTaluation up are out order. ,
t; : ,with an: increase rolls of the the general appropriation bill, amountingto the state, and the confidence felt that the climb down. The boy is clear out of What to Do. a A
t ; on the assessment $472,000, making the demands upon of the state will aid in There is
t'f;: ? good people secure sight. Three men have undertaken to comfort in tl knowledge so h t
-mot different counties in the state for the year the general revenue fund for the next ing the benefits of the pension fund to cut the stalk down with and often expressed that Dr. J--'i'S Swamp- r y-
axes
1904 will in my opinion, be sufficient to a total $868,171, and in my judgment save Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills
,: year only those who are justly entitled to it, every
the from starvation but it
rig to boy grows eo wish in curing
rheumatism
tax.levy
of the pain in the .
the reduction necessitates the tax levy at the
:'fIf. ,' 'warrant of the state, seem to justify a reduction of the tax levy fast that they can't hack twice in the back, kidneys, liver bladder and every part "i
"meet the current expenses maximum figure of one and one-half for that fund authorized by law. Of the urinary : It
../1' the bonded same place. The boy is living on nothing passage. corrects Inability j
.and to pay the interest on mills for general revenue as fixed by the By virtue of authority vested in me by but and has thrown to hold water and scalding pain in passing a
raw corn already
' the state, from three ((3)) mills to legislature. It. or bad effects following use of liquor, ,
ckbt of 5375 of 1905 I
chapter acts hereby reduce "
year
1' :one (1) mill on the dollar I believe, however, that some relief the tax levy for the pension fund to necessity of being compelled to often

r ::1904, provided appropriations to be made may be given the taxpayers in the matter three mills on the dollar for 'the year Fraud Exposed.A during the day. and to get up many go times :

**.- air"Ute legislature of 1905 are kept within of pension levy, the legislature fixing the 1905, and direct that only such levy of, few counterfeiters have lately been during the night. The mild and the extra- a "
1 treasonable bounds and the strict economy maximum of that millage at four mills ordinary effect of Swamp.Root is soon
, three mills be made and collected for making and trying to sell imitations of realized. It stands the

% .W enforced> all of the state depart- when three will probably meet the de- such fund for the year 1905. Dr. King's :New Discovery for Consumption derful cures of the most highest distressing for its cases.won !

!h 'menta U adhered to." mands for the next twelve months. Yours truly, N. B. BROWA&D, r Coughs and Colds, and other med- If you need a medicine you should have the -

1t '* Upon this report Gov. Jennings ordered Yours truly, A. C. CROOM, Governor.Agonizing icines, thereby defrauding the public. best. Sold by druggists in 50e. and$l. sizes. '

; : levy general revenue purposes Comptroller.THE You may have a sample bottle_ c.f this #
\be to beware of such
is
This to warn
3 mills fixed by the leg. Burns you wonderful discovery. j ''i, ;
fi1 :reduced from the the GOVERNOR'S LETTER. people, who seek to profit, through steal- and a book that tells i k. -w:

': c 'f 'idatule of 1903 to } of 1 mill for year Tallahassee, Fla., July 11, 1905. are instantly relieved, and perfectly ing the, reputation of remedies which More about it, both sent I ?,:., ,."

-fl ''1-'". >This levy furnishes ample funds healed by Bucklen's Arnica Salve.. C. have been successfully curing diseases for absolutely free by mail. '

j ule payment.of all demands and on Hon. A. G. Croom, Tallahassee, Flori- Rivenbark Jr., of Norfolk, Va., writes: over 35 years. A sure protection, to you, address Dr. Kilmer & Home of hu1-Roo&. I+4 t;
r ,: f balance of $289; da: Sir: Your communication, of July is our name on the wrapper. Look for Co., Binghamton. N. Y. When writing mention .
a
: !J '1 I, 190 t there was f266J300.41 10 relative to the state tax levy for the "I burnt my knee dreadfully, that U it on all Dr. King'sor Bucklen's remedies reading this generous offer in this paper.Don't .
.: : : in thia fond as against blistered all over. Bucklen's Arnica Salve as all others are mere imitations. 1-

.' Si. 1. 1904. and $228,
tfiX 90$. 'This balance being very largely and for pensions, has been carefully con- scar." Also heals all wounds and sores, Windsor, Canada. Sold by Red Cross Root, and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., ;

} yearly balances, sidered. 25& at Bed Croee Pharmacy. Pharmacy. on every bottle. i
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forftljVn l tj';; settlement;; accpmpa* -

[nled";by?aaaborer He told]me tun-: .. t -

:;,: :' self_otto-thrilling. :erp&enceoathatcarried ::BUY MANUFACTURED
PAINTS
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FROM
_. trfp ; 4" ,. .' : . THE :
:: ';; ?1"Tbeiia men Vpackofrotlld : 'prcafiislotls '.. -

." .. )7rhh3i':, ,;liaTflLjbeCQ; ::SUfi"cient _Ifyoahavei'taretatnrheuthtmovementof.1I everydsyyoa'relUerwWbe. Ketpyon the a
:, 'fr ;I : to:',supply th lr"l' tlJ'.on '.that -Jowl.!, open,ua be w,ll.-'Force,in the shape of 1 -
: Hal t kjtiaerpill oifiQB. Udangeroaiji 9'hesmoothest house.
.._ '", _t"J '7'" long;,.Jepidi;. lonesome.:,perilous ',0'' the barell oluraad, elea; Is to tke 'i
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"':'.::'': h d.h ey'not .lostttclrl; ) rtogS' oat 4 in the World for first class- ,

,:,.ct'r;;: .: ;;'.;.$, "'Y'""' $''-,'!,ltc'5't'':',". -.L.; !..;-: ';;';-{' :-:; }". there In. ,thatgreat'whtte; ': .:wild- :waste.Thelr ; ;CATHARTIC CANDY hig i grade best quaUt] ;

', ). provisions' became ,exhausted,
J"E : : ;
>r- jj cQarttenTnK
..>;'w" ". 5 Paints. Sold either ready-
';-(1,:"", P. on1-ytraoil: and they .here practically without food -

r: "'1; : 'f 3wi'oMJtaining"Braised. plenty profitably, of; Potasi.; "''ail:* 'f r..two-"or'thr dajs. Sterens, ass .- for use or in paste form, ; ,

: li ".wjetables require;:fertilizer'con., tantbecame.. delirious and.desperate u to be thinned

-r"" :'taiDiDc.ateut.,:. w per.cent actual'Without .' 'on''aecount. of "jjxposare\and, hungers from down,

- : '- ; : ,Bat>:they kept moving:.,and for safetyBteVens Buy onlyaintmanufatturinghouse

( : compelled, the,temporarily demented YIn

.zp -:PotasJi'! m'an.totr n-l'abead of hiin, the country sellbg
1
1. '''Si dcieD.1 *SteTens"stopped. "I 'heara'dog EAT,'EM LIKE:CANDY
,-i:: --i. -. """ *Pl. .. Taste GoexL Do direct from mills to user.
l a;:; t : .1' (i.--:" '' xt.t. bark sold"; he. .* M nt. Palatable Potent ;
is Good Weaken 10,2S and s
: 1' Potash no fertilizer complete -; NITif' Sicken. or Gripe; -
;s .1ifr.,$ i' /'.... and: failure wall follow itt'use." ; "* 'Nair" '/'ye :jdou't hear no dog bark,' M Ietonhealth.etnte per box.Addreta Writ for'free sample,and book-i33 -- All other Paint makers .

r. .' .J :..Everrtaraershoaldleisonlialiablebooti.III growled the:man ,In; the lead. and he' ....R.Md| ..,.';. :Chteaqo or New TOIL depend on dealers for the sale of their{ paints.
; f-.r :.t.., .. .f :.. .. ... t trodgedjou; i
5r' u. .
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V'4-'tJ. ,>!>,;', ,Itve.boob of reatatothetutaets naaiIoa, IM.-....-.y ''!' ",Yes. ; I-do hear"a dog. bark' ,' Insist-i 1 KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEII That means one heavy expense and one profit. that 1:

. '' .. -; oakacsliAit tuLd.eBl ed Stevens:.stopping again'to listen' i their trail and socu reached' we cut out of our business.

J Y .:'I''. .1w.Y. .....-.. Nsssea.otteet ;".''Naw. ye ,don't hear no dog bark i right civilization upon without*turtber trouble." We sell direct to the man that uses paipt.
t3oathrodttbeot.
..
1tlnta.Q-ZX WhatJnVwould a dog be doin' out ;
. : \.J i',3. I. ,- here?"came back.the'gruff.answer ami tlerbiae You may think that you can.do as well as we coulddo

"- Y riK r Question in'one breath Renders the bile; more fluid and thus for you, if you should try to buy a certain brand of

, : ': :"Stevens,, convinced that be, was helps the blood to flow; it affords prompt that -
, }= r :.-: '. ', _)5. .STORIES. :OF STEVEKS, right.compelled his unwilling, assistant relief from biliousness, indigestion, sick paint 'you'thought well of direct from the manu
> 11..,. b.1..r,! _.' ) '.' -- and nervous headaches, and overindulgence facturer. But would make a mistake. .
; Continued from page 2. to travel) the:direction of, the sound, you
.. < :" ..:; : io food and.drink: G. L Cald-
it" and they soon intercepted a pack train The manufacturer take and sell
might
-
'j '
;
; ', well agent M. K. & T. R R., Checotah, your money

) ;s it > :,'-':" :; ,Soon:, after this occurrence<< however, camp with supplies they had and left tOOd.several bOund days for before.thi* Ind. Ten, writes, April 18,1903: "I was you the paint, but he would take care to charge you as !.

> ,' :_ ':"' a mall appeared in cauijp carrying upon They were, provided 'with 'food, 'set sick the fur:hver over and two spleen Vt.3r8'ith The enlargementpf doctors did much forth paint as if you bought from a dealer. He

. .N fi <;" ',- -.,hla back a big tin receptacle filled with me no good, and I had given up all hope would put'on that extra profit, to "protect the dealer".
l which
f-t : ., ,\ ; whisky, be.retailed to the, men Grave Trouble. Foresee of being cured, when my drnggist advisedme
,1 .2'-. ,He:had been !Ini;,business .but' a short It needs bat little foresight to tell that 'to. use Herhme. It has made me We have no salesmen or.agents,to increase the cost .

:;":'. t 'ii. time when a lYenchman, a. sharpshooter when your stomach and liver are badly! stand and well. 50( Sold by Red of our paints to the consumer.

' :' i .: acting under'Steven,* orders. plus" affected, grave trouble is ahead, unless Cress? Pharmacy and Eau Galhe Pharmacy -
. ; ** the medicine for We quote to the man that uses the paint the lowest
ii.f. ged the can lengthwisewhile the owner yon take proper yourdisease Ean (1allie,.Fla. -
t $; }: ; : ,was' carrying It on his back. The as Mrs. John A. Young, of CUy, and best price, reserving no margin to protect agents.
: "
1 had
NY. did. SheJ's neuralgiaof
:
;,; bullet made.two holes'ln the.can. 'The We
' ; ,. \ ., the liver and stomach, ray, heart was pay freight. .
' :; ; :it''t t whisky. gurgled out, and the thorough. CASTOR
; weakened, and I could not eaI was We gladly advise our customers about paints. *
t; .ti:; : ly'frightened owner must have ,been bad for long time but in Electric i
; very a ;
For Infants and Children.
::" ?;-i{ eonvlnte1.that he bad amore effectives Bitters I found just what I needed, for Write for sample cards and paint advice, and blanks

It\ '... antisaloon law than the .Brahnock bill they quickly .relieved and cured me." The Kind You Have Always B ughtChamberlain's showing how to measure houses to show the quantity of

j. .,\ :.. to deal with : That was the end of the Best nifdicine for weak women. Sold
:; <:;;.. : liquor business in, the, camp under the under guarantee by Red Cross Pharmacyat Bears theSignature paint required. ,

.. : Stevens regime. 50c. a bottle. of Ask any first class business house or any bank in New Orleans or
IT* -
...'tZ.F These acts.' ". said Judge Klhkade* For Over Sixty Years.&Ire. the mercantile agencies if we are responsible.
= :. "were characteristic off
J: thoroughly
_
Windows' Soothing Syrwp has
:: John Stevens. For this reason and been used for over sixty years by millions R. McWilliams Limited.
: S
t> r because he Is splendid disciplinarian of mothers for their children while teething ; ,
:
;'f. ,as well as .a< thoroughly ,capable and with perfect success. It soothes the Store and Offices, 342 Camp Street. t

experienced engineer I, know him to ehild, sof tens'the gum, allays all pain, COLIC. CHOLERA AND Factories, 1135,1137,1139,1141 South Front Street. 4
:, r =r lie just the man to plan and superintend cures wind colic, and is the besot remedy '
{ ..... New Orleans Louisiana
,
'" for diarrhoea. It will relieve the
,, : the digging of the big ,ditch. poor Diarrhea l.
: I' '1'.,-,''-:>. "But had It not been .for, the howling liUletniffer r immediately. Sold hr dlu : Remedy ESTABLISHED 189!. The oldest paint manufacturing house in con

:_' i'- :.' of a dogIn the' Selkirk mountains In gist,in every part of the world. Twenty- tinuous successful operation under one management south of Louisville !
tire cents a bottle.! Be flute and ask for will
.A few doses of this remedy
r
British Columbia. twenty-fire years or St. Louis.Florida.
"Mre. Witislow'e and i
Soothing Syrup, Invariably cure an ordinary attack
;: : '., ago John Stevens! would not hare gone blr.0. ethAr: kinft. of diarrhea. "'

V ": to Panama. Lost In the wilds, travelIng It has been used in nine epidemics -

: on snowshoes with 'a madman for Advice to the Aged. of dysentery with perfect

r a companion, be would have perished success.
;ri from exposure and starvation. At that Age brings infirmities, such as sfagguh It can always be depended I

,g : time Mr. Stevens was_,assistant and bowels, weak kidneys and bladder upon even in the more severe

f i.: division engineer of the Canadian Pa.if' tad TORPID LIVEIt.Tutt's'Pills. attacks of cramp. colio and cholera East Coast Railway. ,

.. : cific. As such he assisted Inthe location morbus.It
is equally, successful for
of the road which'crosses the Sets
i. !
1 diarrhea and cholera
summer
:g ': f kirk. mountain" range between '!be infantum children, and is the Local Time Card No. 62. In Effect April 17 915.t
' .' S
; ,:' peaks of Sir Donald and Glacier :1 means of saving the lives of many fL

,' ,House, at: an altitude pf 4,300 feet.. each
!' [. I children year. +OUTN-BOUND-HEAD DOWN.. NORTH,,OUNO-R AO UP.
tt: : I "Winter bad set In severely The 1Ine.lpeclflc effect oa tllaeOI'JIU. 1 When reduced with water and ,

\{ ": now was six feet deep, and the engineers atlmalatJa the bowels causing them 1 sweetened it is pleasant to take. 99INo.29I I I I IMo.18.I r .
to perform their natural functions a* should Mo. STATIONS Na 88Daily. -lc
and workmen .In advance oj Every man of a family
;:e DaUy.l '
Daily. Danl.
a 7 f' the track! laying gang had established lnyoiithind keep this remedy in his home. I

\, t., .:, 4- .quarters 100 miles or more from civilization. IMPARTING VIGOR= I' Buy it now. It may save life. 107p soap' 9 i 40 43.ai:Lv." .so ack90n'1lI9; ack80Dvlllo._ ..__ Lv J.r a loop 52p I 560'45& ":t
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:l 4 :' Stevens an expert .at travelIng to the kidneys bladder and LIVER. I PRICE, 25c. LARGE SIZE, 50c. 115 p'10 554; ?._?_ st: AlIlusUne __ 650 P 7 40 -i'
They are adapted to old and young. 653 pill! 3231 Ha3tlnee-..... i 55 P 6 49
unowshop -1
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way anon T 10' at! ??.......?..Eat Pa.latka._.._ t 31 P 6 28a 1iftt
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T 3pn, 15 p:Ar ...._..?_MP"latk& __-._ Lv 110 P 6 00 e. ?
: : jDonsumption: KiDs Countless Thousands Every Year. Ozomulsion, Taken in Time, Kills Consumption CO 6 U p 1125 a';'Lv __._._.._Palatlo&_?.._.._ J.r 6 00 p I 6'i"
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8 25 p' 2 00 Ar .._.___San Statao-.___ L' 210p _._ tX'0 .
: 21Opi800a'Lv., .._.._.._8.10 H..too.....__. Ar 82.3p T.Oar C -
" ...-. L.Get'a Bottle from Your Druggist. Begin Taking Ozomulsion Today. -'- -

.W.ii: ,.1 .- ,.:.' 1 511 p'l:1: 3'11" Lv ..._...._...sl'Og": ..._...__ L' 357p 550s ....
" !'. *" .' tQ 8 03 p11 47 p, .......?_?..?BUIILells._.__ 3 H P 5 36. fa
: > ,' 810 p'l 5:i p .........._..._Du i..HL......?._...... .. 331 P I 29 a r'1.o4 .
tlf. -> : : 1141 P 1/6: Pi; ".. .....?????.?Orlll"Id ...?........_ 310 pili aQ .... ;
: 8 53p 139 I'; ?__D Lyt..na.._...._. .. 3 009 4 47s901p W ::;
iIo '. 151i', ............P..rt Oran6.?............ 2 51) p 438 a ,. -
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f': : ::. :: -. =- 1131a 3 :.- ., --...--OtannCuy............... II'3.ip: 5b4p .1 t ,.
.... ; ._. : 1045a PI .._Orange City Junetl. ,123Up b4Sp
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: 251p' _'__ Oa-rlliH----____..___.. i I 1S4p .339a ., s
:,. Prevents C 10 aJ; p 330 p,Ar ?..._..........'.T1\usvillt)................. I-11513O- fA t
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." c t.-: '. as veil as CURES'CONSVMPTION r.tJ _...___,1000 a'Lv __....__........Saut"rd .. ...... ... Ar .........- 2 00 a .lot, ..
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U'I" 409 Pi; .. __.__.._OOCOI1._. .......... h 123Ip 213a .. -
!,t.,: S U ;1122 pt, 4. 13 P ..._........ _HlCkl..I lgo..-.............. ::2 :{O "P :I 16III a
.,:' Is the Testimony of Grato-u i : I', 4. Up, _......_Eau all"_..... ...... .. 11 :,8e. 141 & .y t
The blI 120:; a tit: p; .... .......... -. e..... ........... .. 11 ,1II.. 134a :s a
7-1.:: ful Thousands to the J God ..... I': "I 4 i. 31 P .. -.?..........-St..taynsn _m_.... .... '. ;104 a U U a ,_,,
.. .. ._ 13) a 6 29 pI I M'__'..'__"c",'. L'ie v......... ........ .. ::0 1!A 1:1: jIha .i.
Wonderful Merits of Liver 0. 155; a G.; p; ..s .._.._.. F..rt Pi..r " .A' 1 t8 I" Tlb.al_. ........... .. .. : 9 11a 1124 0IA !
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: h'- \ S4IIU ( OU Food 2 23a 7 12 I'. -.....?..-..'?-...'..-.-..E.If'n....".._. ?..._?.... .. ,I 9 :6 a I 1 11.1 II f :
rACOLDin fit -at17p "' ...._......_...J'.n'en__.?.........?.. .. 1 10.1 &ll113I Uen ,:
Emulsion"ParEz ( 2 "a:, 7 28 I': .. .....-..............Stuatt.............._.. I 9 11 a 11 01 P .... -. -
: 3 00 a 7 5 t; P .. -. .....--. Ho'!Sound......... .... .. II U all> 361' 'F
',,'. a delicate Constitution -P1 .41 317a 1 8141'. .. ....._.......W-estJupitfr......?.?.._.. : a'10191 C._ 3
r... is the gyp(: "' 4L4a8! 1p' II ..._hestPalm Bach_ .._..... .. I IT4ia 943p !
.j"' .. cclknce. w 4 3:ii 913 II, .. ............??n'',y'n.r'll ....,.......,??. i, 7 2.Ja. 913 p V "', .lt
( 7 Nursery 'of Con t 2&,! 9 :l3! P ".. ...._. .........Del ray... ...........?... u I 1111 Ii 9 08 P 00 "
The additional 0: 531a1J2tp ............_FL.L1ud'rtiale_............ I 1C1''a a IS p :
:. { sumption. The life-fiviflj: QJ; 6 i6 a 11) an p, .. ..........?........ Da.lla.................... .. 1011. 8 06 P ,
, S > -I that follows is the Earliest 5 ;v8 11.:10: 4'4:! p, ..._........HaI/in: <.lile_..__........ u I,6 5I a 'I 5t P
Cough clemgnta .............. .. ..
6 2&a11; 071' Lemon city.............. 4 a, 'I 2) I' -
. : ',. Symptom of Consumption of which are 6 a;; a.,1111' Ar ....... .....?..?SliamL.................. Lv 5 2e.; al 1 7 20p

:;-' L.,,. ., The pain in the Chest Guaiacol, Dally 1 1----I Da117: ..

; and Lungs are the First Glycerine I Ft.. I I I HOMESTEAD EXTENSION: I Xx.1)an. .
Sun. .
and the
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:. ,: Hypopho- (:ill':..-. I'; ...... ..........M tam l_ ....?......._.. Ar!-..........'-5 tn1tl
;:-, Guard against the Cold and IIU a; .......... Ar ...... .....__U.Ul btuall..M...... L\1., ........_' 3 45 p
; ..; Cough by Precaution. Pre* '- ; 1 '
f caatioa mesas Oumulsion.
:. No. 23 Yo. 2P.lQ. 19 No. I1 No.15 NO 2O! Ii
; Take Oioinulsioa ia time,: Daily ul1day Sunday Sunday Dally MAYPORT BRANCH. \N0. 18 Sunday NLtZiIe.!
. > ';.. ", Covsumptioai6Wudc4Ofh Ex Sun Only Ony: i Onl). ,EI Sun Dally. On17. Saday Oah 'b Ibltr_
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,," S08p 651p 2USpi93sa, 9OaaAr _&1. Jacki..nVm_.... Lv S22ait52a a1' 5rr Up
, ,.1 FREE S40p 7Y4p: 24JpRI10a S39a ..._PabloB .li5p 12 p 245p10U4'9ua", _.,AtlantIcBt\aCb..._ 413D
_ G' Write am Ciao U OIOMVUIOa M>, Nw Perk.S CO.. T 00 p 74p J OU P 1U 30 11.10 00 a .....-..- lIaypon........... \ 13O 1'5all15&a 1100 al S 445 oO 41I'lOp p
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t. from the eeverel atat1.ne, buS their arrha arrlphood elatl
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NOTE.-With a knowledge of.the unequalled merits .Ozomulsion, we unhesitat reapoA.S1WelorU140laIlWIoD1C0111OqUOAGel&r2alqUleretJola:

: ingly recommend our readers to send for<<; a Sample Bottle. LEST YOU FORGET, WRITE TODAY, a
; ;:. and Convincing Testimonials of its Marvelous and June 3 1-KJ5 the schedule figures for the Mayport branch and Hoae&kad ..,
; fc.fr recuperative curative properties together with ang'
extension. now showu in li >.e table No. 62 will be changed, additional trains being
: Artistic little book, entitled "BABYVILLE," beautifully illustrated in seven colors, together with a service bttweeu Ja h, i-ville and Mayport and the service between Miami and Homestead pat fato .

<** : TRIAL BOTTLE Ozomulsion Health-Food-Tonic will be sent you at once absolutely fret by mail being Homestead reduced to II!!.- raid a day each way, leaving Miami 8 a. m.o and lemming Jeaye
1:00 I. -riving Miami 2-.30 m.'or
&'.- = Address your letter or postal card to Ozomulsion Co., 98 Pine Street, New York. F. E. C.R'y. for p p.- f card or address p the A. G.correct P. A,J.schedule D.Rah::tr see,St any.Angu3tine.Fl&len'otthe.

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'in" use for'.over 30 years, has borne the signature uL '

and has been made under Ids per '..

tw > -., W sonal supervision sfcro its inral!.
Ing communication ,with r-station in Allownoonetodecetreyti'thls.All .

the Hawaiian Islands, *2,000 mile? I SOCIOLOGICAL I Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as. od." ..t.'.: ,...It"
away..
jt Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of .
+IM f! Pleh" 8lrika : The ,p.,R. R.Tunnel Approach Public Ownership Investijation. Infants and Children Experience againstExperiment..

; Lnaon of Minnesota 'The method andr point of approach i
> In view of the,rapidly,increasing Interest
$ td pie sera cee as mediator between adopted by the Pennsylvania railroadfor In the subject of municipal own- .

, l| triWngMtelegrapherg and the its"new'' Hudson river tunnel into ership the executive council of the National What is .CASTORIACastoria .
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f officials of the the, big New,York terminal have just ,Civic federation has appointed I

Northern Pacific ,been:made known by the beginning of a commission composed of representative is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric

,. ana the Great work on the great salt marshes west of. men In New York, Boston ,Philadelphia Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant It .

a Northern. He the Palisades. ,The approach will be by Chicago, Cincinnati Indianapolis contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarc'oUO.

4 was moved to do the little'town of Kearney, ,on the extreme and several other cities to makean substance. Its age is its guarantee It (destroys Worms t,

this by letters western line of the meadows, Investigation In this country and hi and allays 'Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
from where the Passaic river flows.. ,This '
citizens; Europe of the whole subject of national
Colic. It relieves Troubles -
Teething cures Constipationand
who said that is eight miles t'trom Weehaw- and municipal ownership and r
,4 Flatulency. It ,assimilates the Food, regulates the
' business in some ken heights, where'the deep tunnel operation of public utilities.. This investigation \
:rS-?'" L.y sections of the Shaft Is in process of construction. The Is expected to show the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. .

Ufagib. state hAd been roadbed from Kearney, together with actual result so far obtained as a solid Ihe Children's Panacea-The Mother's m Friend.

r h4, ? completely para enterprises contemplated by the Le- basis upon* which to discuss the ques-

lyzed... President high Valley, Erie and Lacka\vunna. is tion In future. Each system is to be GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS -

} Hill in a New expected to.result In filling in the entire examined with regard to its effect upon -

R York interview area of mosquito breeding marsh- wages, hours,, conditions of labor Bears the Signature of -
f said he would land. Prom the west: side of the palisades collective bargaining cost and charac-

''< t see to !t that the tunnel, a mile. long, will ter of service, political conditions civil OHff

: vernor Johnson. those men who carry the road downward'to thexhead service spoils system ana municipal

;had been active in bringing this strike of the river tunnel. It is expected corruption, financial results and taxa-

about should never again enter the employ that electric motors will be used to tion.-

ot.the road, He declined media-- haul all trains into New York city.U. Anticigarette Law Futile. ;

t3on: P. R. Favor Whit Chefs
c1 Press reports from Indianapolis and
4 v?Bakers-"<- Want Better Conditions For several weeks the colored cooksof other points in Indiana Indicate that The Kind You Have Always BoughtIn r
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# JTiie Hebrew bakers,in the east side the dining cars on the Union' Pacific the new,and rigid anticigarette law Is '

gssg section of New York'.city have been railroad have been giving way to practically useless.. One result is ,that

%? engaged ,in a bitter strike for better white' men, until'not a single"colored I the old law prohibiting the sale of I II I II Use For Over 30 Year ,' +
conditions chef remains.. The reason for this I cigarettes to children is practically a ;
1 as to pay and hours of work .
lilt:CCHTKUn eOKPAMT. TT MVMMAV TMCT. IflCW TOM CTPfcTOO ,
and for recognition of the union. The Change is said to.be that the white' dead letter. This condition is! due to .. .. '
4employers finally decided to grant the cooks are more neat'and clean in their the fact that there is no statute to pre- f 4 l

'ten'hour1 day and to pad $20 a creel: to methods, although it is admitted, that vent the sale of tobacco In any formto I
the coloredmen's cooking Is.often superior -
first hands and $15 to second hands, a person of any age. Consequentlyminors

: bat refused to make a contract with to in be quality.retained.The colored waitersare are buying smoking tobacco DO WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THE ; #

the union and declared for open shops. and.using cigarette paper sent throughthe
The New Turbine line.Deta'ils mails from points outside the state.
.This' scorned the
proposition was by
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strikers, who-said no settlement would of plans'f r two new turbine EAST COAST OF ;
be considered that did not start with steamships to be built at Chester, Pa., FLORIDA? .
I SCIENTIFICAnother I
recognition of the union. When bread for the Metropolitan Steamship company x

and flour were imported into the district with which to inaugurate its Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trucking and el

a from other cities fierce mobs of'strik passenger service between Boston and Polar Balloon Trip.M. General Farming? If go, subscribe for the.......... i
ers and their sympathizers wrecked New York one year from date, have Marsillac a French balloonist,

4' stores, emptied barrels of flour into the Just been,published. Each "will have unterrified by the tragic failure of FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER. ;
.
,streets and trampled the bread under three turbine engines, aggregating Andre, is preparing to explore the -

ed> foot. Policemen who attempted to 10,000 horsepower tf.d a speed of north polar regions in an up to date CENTS PER A.."'''L\TT'u.u. fPRICE..a

a protect the nonunion workmen were twenty knots, an"hour Is, required. The dirigible balloon. lIe expects to ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE.
' hurled from cost of each will be about $1,000,00.heretofore I ADDRESS
beaten, missiles being keep in constant communication with ,
the has done
windows and roof tops. Metropolitan Spitzbergeu, the point of departure
General Orgauizer Heinz of the In- only a freight business. by using a wireless telegraph outfit.A E. y. BLACKMAN, Editor, MIAMI, FLORIDA.John .

-: ternational Union of Bakers and Con- storage battery will be charged to '
fectioners announced that the execu> operate the motor for !XX hours. The
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tine'board of the New York union had I .RELIGIOUS- ; I basket is square fastened to the balloon B. Stetson University k -

is***, decided to order a general sympathetic by a mantle and is large enoughto ,

-w, strike. .Many of the boss bakers closed!' Catholic Abstainers Convened.The allow the occupants to lie down. It DE LAND FLA
shop for fear violence and claiming thirty-fifth'I annual convention is made bouyant so as to serve as a ,
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vi 'lack H>f-police protection. of the Catholic Total Abstinence Unionof boat in case there should be a fall into Affiliated With The University of Chicago }

> Relief For Chicago Teamsters America, at Wilkesbarre, Pa., was the sea. Numerous scientific instru- f '"I*
convention of the Inter- made memora- ments will be taken along, includinga COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those of the University of Chicago. i ?
annual *
The Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and Chicago. : +Y
of Teamsters at ble by the benediction novel apparatus known as the ther- l
national Association from COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law in Florida r
which is expected to negativethe
with mogen
marked many
Philadelphia was without examination : -
the by effect of the cold the in
pope on
4 stormy sessions chiefly over the callIng of gas COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY-Mechanical, Civil, Electrical Engineering and Manual #
of the sympathetic strike at Chicago the presence the balloon. Training courses leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment.

; by President Shea, who was Cardinal Gib- Explorer Fiala Rescued. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Book-keeping by best methods.
bons and by Elective courses open in other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.PREPARATORY iP '
Casey.
President
j? taken to task by Vice I The steamship Terra Nova has rI *-
the address of ACADEJUV-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard, Yale PrincetonCornt'll. -
his course, and when ,
Bbea defended reached Norway from Franz-Josef Laud
PresidentRoosevelt Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges. s
the of the department store drivers with the of the Ziesi-
agent shipwrecked crew
that The NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-i. Kindergarten in its own buildin 2. Primaryand
telegraphed from Chicago annual reports ler expedition which left Trjnuso. Grammar School in separate building This School especially prepares Public School

some of their men were still on strike _: showed the ad- Norway, June 20, 1903, headed by teachers. a
with no Sunday dinner In sight $2.000 dition of seven Anthony Fiala. Mr. Fiala reports that MUSIC SCHOOL-A $10,000.00 pipe organ a dozen pianos,separate building, large faculty
was promptly voted for relief. Besides \ his ship the America was crushed. thorough courses study
. truck ty-four new societies ART SCHOOL-Sew studio. Costly casts, etc.
models
to the r
given
this 3,000 was making the Ice pack a year ago last winter.
$1.000 to the lumber teamsters. k The highest latitude reached was 82.I. Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold degrees from the Uni- '
drivers.
-4 and $500 to w ,< an increase of versity of Chicago, Harvard, Yale. Dartmouth, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania. Bryn '
12,000 to the expressmen 5,413 in mem- degrees and 13 minutes. One Nor Mawr Bucknell, University of Michigan Dennison and other Universities. There are over I,
i' the piano drivers. Cardinal Gibbons. bershlp the total wegian of the crew had died. The 300000.00 in buildings and equipment;nearly a quarter million dollar endowment;an endowed -
library of over 13,000 volumes;a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings.including stained 'e
was due to the effort of W. S.
Strike. rescue -
k Bridgo Workers of the organization being now ..glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a$10,000 00 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus:; %
The officers' of the International slightly over 80000. President-Bishop Champ in command of the relief expedition an enclosed athletic field running track tennis courts baseball diamond and gridiron besides '

''J' Bridge and Structural Iron Workers Canevin of Pittsburg In his opening which for six weeks held its swimming, golf. rowing and other sports; separate buildings fur men and women; fire '
have ordered a general address created much applause by declaring : way through solid floes of ice to the large laboratories fur Chemistry, Physics Bacteriology Minerology and Biology; several ig
; ; ,association I large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells, steam heat cement walks, shell
strike against the American Bridge that there Is with the union a point where Fiala was stranded. roads;broad avenues, spacious campus. shrubbery and trees;social literary, musical and other e i

_ company iy, affecting from 1:>,000 to mingling of religion and politics, be- students'clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location u ?
different parts of the the application of beautiful and healthful, and the expenses are low. '
3 20,000 workers In cause politics means Nothing on the Market Equal to Chant For catalogs views folders and information, address the President, rri
country. The point Involved is not the gospel to public affairs and the berlain's Colic, Cholera and

wages.or hours nor union recognition. dally lives of men. Cardinal Gibbons, Diarrhoea Remedy. LINCOLN; HULLEY, A. M, Ph. D., DeLand, Fla
V The company has had a working reta- although, admitting that he was not This fact is well known to druggists .
is everywhere, and nine out often will give
the union. The trouble himself a temperance man commended -
e Lion with of bridge work for highly the work of the union, with their customer this preparation when the
sfi erection
over the best is asked Cor.Jr.. Obe Witmer a e
York and New Haven rail religion &% its guide. He said he was AIBAIDAIRLINE i
the New for prominent druggist of Joplin, Mo., in a t
! road. The company let a contract who temperate.Plan circular to his customers, says: "There

- this work to the.lowest bidder For Protestant Merger. is nothing on the market in the way of .

happens to be regarded as "unfair by The date of Nov. 15 has now been patent medicine which equals Chamber- :RAIL?'A Y. e # -
union Is op- lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea j
the union leaders. The fixed for the coming Interchurch con- .
Remedy for bowel complaints. We sell FOR 1
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posed to all subletting. ference representing 18.000,000 Protestant and recommend this preparation." For ; .,

communicants throughout- this sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. Savannah Columbia Southern-Pines
7 INDUSTRIAL ] : country. The place of meeting is to be .

.r I Carnegie ball, New York. The pro- CA.aTORIA. Richmond, Washington, Baltimore. i >
I and
speakers
includes sixty ;
gramme Bean lie Bfliitfl'S
Enormous Crops Assured. bishops of nearly all the Protestant 8igaatnreof dl1a Philadelphia, New York ,f'
August -
g. The government crop report for churches will preside! The questions to I

wakes it certain that the rear'it be discussed are religious education
records. The condi- missions fellowshipand TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY i
will break evangelization
,yield with Rt 4dl: lryou want to set the .t'A"
"e tlOQ of rom was 89 as compared Christian progress. H blgg at Mums for ,
85.4. This (. 'trt1. labor sod rp9Lt4ii SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL
a ten year average of mere British World' Congress. your your ground .f.,1 43
of 2.7ever OOOOOOOO of the proceedings of the .
a crop total of A summary \ I you cant donS
greatest recorded. The reach recent Baptist world's congress at t \\* to plant anything but 4J t. MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.

winter and spring wheat may London the first of its kind ever held iI'

.109.000,000 bushels Oats are marked i as given by the Congregationalist, IFERRYSSEEDS za'
average -
?.* us compared with a ten year shows that 3.500 delegates were present ONLY LINE a ,

s of 83.., and barley at W* as representing 6000.000 communi- r,
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average Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaue.
1 :compared with a ten year cants. Dr. Alexander McLaren pre ,,
Of 85.1, sided. -the standard after 49 yMI*' ;
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xa test. They always produce For full information and reservations call S'
Wirelssa Line ito Hawaii. the largest and tuc 8t sleeper on any Seaboard agent, or r .
Crops. All dealen sell write to
company
Telegraph ,
Pacific Wireless OABTOR.1A.> them. Our IMS .
The has begUn the construction ot a eearathe 1 Kiad Yw ftaw I/waJSBau&II/ .free!Seed' on AMU Kqueat. A. 0. MAC DONELL, S. C. EOYLSTON, Jr., t 1 t .:
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on Mount Asst. General Pa.eengergent,
station Passenger Agent :
a; ',wireless telegraph Kzututof D.M.FERRY a 00.
Tumalpall, ten miles from San Fran-. OCTROiT,MICH. JACKSONVILLE, FLA t.

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." 1:I ',:" ;-- >J "-',' ." '. ,. Mre., ScboSeld,. accompanied: by 'her were m,town, last'.week taking views: of h
__ "'.. ;> :I't...:: "COCOA., .. Largest and Oldest >
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"-;'; Pupil: J'immie Carter; sprat Saturday ao4Sdndayjhe Melboiuaeand pictures; of some of its ,
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Holmes on River.
f. '>F..rJi '''' -- : i : guest of MrsC G. W.-, interesting: inhabitants.The .' n
: C was attended byeeotall.but'; : merry.crowd .Faber :of Sharpen Exchange Bought and Sold on All .
"' z them and Mre:: ; Mieeea Sybil and Theda Horton, of
it-? .. ,: 'EeryoneJ5eemed1toenjoy: = Mrt Mathers,:T-wbo-, has been at .Mrs.linpbeWs Fort Piece, came'up to spend :*'few days Foreign Countries.
i vselvesjtq the tallest I >.extent;possible. The Patronage appreciated., Prompt service
"' u:4 n ., 1. apace he owns hart, baa. been of last week,with their grandma Mrs. C. polite tres.tmf'otand favorconsiste&t
Schoon- every
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# ,.i :l .j : music'wae byCapt; ? ;Mr. L. Ma there'., their with conservative = '
movedto banking
:f A. 'Horton;and seem,to, be enjoying. granted.CORRESPONDENTS f r
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_I ; !ff'T.-I!., '-:.coalieie.Vjctar:: .Mre. T.:J. Haipet'andd, three children visit back, in Melbourne, where they- : l"ea -
_Z' Leod.served lee cream'and sherbet.x. "' .t Empire Trust Company N. Y., Florida _
< visiting'Mrs. Rosa McJnn-
Miami
of i of child
are days early
e spent so many happy
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>& !?, :The'colored) :;baseball: ..teami 4. (-New kin." hood. ,Bank. & Trust Company,Jacksonville

;;:; myrna: and.Cocoa.=_p aed.a.lively. game ,A number ofyoung; people attended Hon. Geo. R. Lyons, of Waukeegan, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
,last week. The : -
r on Thursday'of : scoreStood ,
'J : I church at Fan.Gallie Sunday evening. III., who bought the beautiful bluff property
. 'y 13 to 7 in iavor of Coca ,
; Messrs.Pendarvis and Boothe,Lotus; from Mrs Carter last winter, has

, f: I played fAn: interesting between the game Cocoa offball,Kids and was Jnn-that were.calling. in Tropic, -Sunday.'- I just let'the contract to Mr. Redstone:;to PENNEY & BRANNING, ? '

build him a handsome house to be finished .e
r1- .:fate on, Saturday- afternoon.; The score .
fl i. : Dear Gas:-have solved the jootlier- 'Nov.- 15th.
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: )Ir. C. T. McBride is building utb
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Holliater'a Tea: ,It will _
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c. make her healthy, happy and.docile as a porch on the McBride House.
the
: Schoonanaker has moved
a.' $!r Capt '
i lamb. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. AsKyoar Mrs. Claude Edge and little son, of
. jt postoffice,and fixtures,from the town hall
f. Fashionable
druggist. Clothiers
.- Ean Gallie have been the guest of her
f 4 into .the ne... brick building{ adjoining! ,
1 : parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Goode, for ,
;, where the poetoffice will_ be in the fomre'. SAD GALLIK. "-
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{tar this week while Mr. Edge
'i ffff }Ir.' Fred_Travis' boat, the Trixie, has Showers with thunder and lightning & days

,'V't in that town.
""'}c' :J: interests thriving
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: t 'doing the wprk j. The Hypohwo, H._ Bradford owner, is
Last afternoon A. J.
Sunday Capt.
; ;"? .. 'The Cocoa baseball: nine go to Ean. Gal on the Gleason-Houston ways being re - - ---'"
Goode took the following to Ean
3'. lie Thursday play with'the 'Eau Gallie paired party The.Queen Shoe for ladies is the
. it ? I Gallie in his fast launch Nikko: MayorC. Quality
'. ; }! [, ,- nme.tor.oi Geo. Houston's new launch is provingvery "
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""" -- H. Stewart and wife, Miss Gladys and most stylish and durable in the 'world. In s
.A party of Cocoa and Rdtkledge peoplewent fast for its size. 3
- Master Fletcher Stewart;Mrs. A.J. Goode addition we keep the famous Edwin Clapp and
r : to Htuaville Wednesday to seethe 'V. Volker hall his new launch, the 4
''i '.Braidentbwn and eon, Richard W. Goode; Mr. and Crossett Shoes. AU high class goods to be
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4 : ball game between and Livonia, out on Sunday last, and carrieda ;
.' Mrs. Claude Beaujean and little daughter found here. Manhattan Shirts E. & W. Collars
7 :,i (.tDviUe" < ., jolly party.over to the beach, retaining
Jessie B. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Edge and
; before. the heavy rain of the afternoon.The ; Stetson and Knox Hats.Anytbing .
WCHLLDdL
) little son; Capt. R. W. Beanjean.
Tribune of Fort Pierce has an account
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: N t Mre. Geiger is visiting in' Palm :'Beach.Y' .. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Brand, of Jensen,
match
Y' & :'Miss Amy is staying with her aunt Mrs: place, and of the Eau baseball. Gallie, which between shows some that are now living in the Baker cottage, and and everything else that

John Gore, during her mothers absence. although here only a short time are very
heads in the Fort Pierce, club.
$ r Mrs. R. V. .Douglas and daughters, Thanks sore awfully I for the promise of good much pleased with Melbourne and its men wear you can buy here s

rRs:', Stella and Mary; returned Monday night beautiful, heal'hfullocacion.
1 treatment from the people of Fort Pierce.
from their visit to Georgia. The following gentlemen went toTitus- MAIL ORDERS SPECIiLLT SOUcmD.HI
The people of that burg are all right all 4
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4 The sewing society will meet at the ville last Saturday in the launch Nikkoto
right! The Fort Pierce News gave the
'- home of.Mrs. Frank Hatch on Thursday witness the baseball game: Messrs.
correct score. MATEO 4
afternoon.' Sam Martin, John Nicholson, E. C.Root, SAN CIGARSHave
W. A. Hart will a blacksmith'sshopatEan .
: ': Mra.' James, Boyle is ,enjoying a visit open G. S. Snedeker L. E. Adams, A. J. '
.f Gallie, and also do
- f ,from her friend, Miss Grace Nichols, of genera] Goode, Chas. Martin, R. W. Beaujeanand Made a

Sharpes. wagon repair work. C. M. Beaujean.
The Inn under the management of A. Reputationof
< = : Mr. 'AUJerf Smith and family>have
H. Adams,'is doing a good Bummer busi Their Own. '
moved into Mr. White's new cottage. Poisons In Food.
"' which has just been completed. nee&v The success of the San Mateo Cigaris
The,Misses Florence and Bessie Hodgson Perhaps you don't realize that many
of the
pain poisons originate in your food, but one greatest triumphs I
Y ? a Sick headache results from a disordered went to Cocoa Monday.The some day you may feel a twinge of dys- of the East Coast since the freeze.
t 1' "" condition of the stomach and is quickly new cottage Young street,owned pepsia that will convince yon. Dr. King's -I

' cared' by Chamberlain's Stomach and by C. C. Pingrey, of Delevan, N. Y., is New Life Pills are guaranteed cure all Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the

,., Liver Tablets. For sale by Red :Cross now completed. Spiller, the painter, sickness due to poisons of undigested Island of Cub can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky! leaf grown on East J
; i Pharmacy. food,.or money back. 25c. at Red Cross Coast plantations, the cigar industry of the world has never produced a better article.
% finished:"the job last week'excep' some Pharmacy. Try them. For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs: and by the Union News Companyon

L INDIAKOLA. little finishing touches. .. every train entering Florida.

j : Mr. I,. Wallace took several of New sweet potatoes are showing in the
c' George GUARD SILLS CONVICT.In Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from.
.T oar young people. a launch_ride to Gebr- Eau Gallie market. The crop is larger Manufactured
by
s. W. ROWLEY San Mateo Fla.SCREENS'.
> f giana Sunday. this season than nsual. an attempt to>> escape from the con- ,

Mrs. S. J. Field entertained Monday The Canaveral is now laid up in the vict camp at Turnbull on Tuesday, the

evening, and had a large and successful Ban Gallie'river awaiting development 22d inst., a convict by the name of Edward .

euchre patty, Miss Jessie Sanders carrying Birthday anniversaries are the thing in Screve was killed by J. J. Mobley,

s; off ladies' first prize, Mr. Ben H. Eau Gallic, and with about 100 little folks one of the guards. 9

.gip Abbott gentleman's fires prize, and Mr. they are frequent. This convict had been noticed of lateto

C. H. Sams the looby. After enjoying Col. Perry and family, of Brazil, Ind., act very sullen. On the day of his intended f
For doors and windows
' excellent refreshments all thanked their will occupy the Ainsworth cottage his escape he persisted in separating

hostess for a jolly evening. coming winter season. The colonel and himself from the rest of the squad and covered with wire.

-;; "Y: '. Mrs. C. 0.; Blythe and sons returned Family formerly occupied the Smith cot wan warned by the guard to keep within any .. .

r home to Orlando Tuesday, after spending! tage during the cool season. the line. ;YEAST
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T the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jno: Saunders are occupying At the time when the convict supposed COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO, ..1

' ..Mrs. T. H. Sanders. Must have the the Phelps cottage for the summer he was observed he made a dash for
Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material. i
children ready opening day school. i season. the tall grass and water. Screve was

r qtr Miss Lucy Moore invited several of our 1 Our school will open on the 11th of called to halt by the guard several times, Eau Gallie, Florida. ;

: : young people to a party to introduce Miss September. There are an extra number j I but did not heed the call. The guard! *

j ;w, Cummings, of Melbourne Beach. of pupils to>> be provided for this coming shot twice as a warning to stop. Just as J. R.L it'; -- --- H. B. MICE. '

t "_ So- Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Homphrys returned term." The principal is a man of experi Screve was about to enter the high grass,

f: ,f t'$ from an extended visit to Seabreeze, the ence. about one hundred yards off, the guard JOHN R. WALKER & CO.,

:- ::,', _E;"- latter not so well as her friends would Two or three jolly excursions to the shot the third time and killed him, the .:;;,j

1- ,. 0 like to see her, but the balmy breezes of beach on Sunday last. Oceanus was also bullet striking him in the head. Titusville, Fla., f

k f: ': ., Indian river and a warm welcome from visited by a launch from Eau Gallie witha Capt. Dunn, who is. in charge of the

m the home folks will do her all the good jolly crowd on board. camp, notified the coroner at once, and a

I' possible, and we trust soon to have her R. C. Burns, of Canaveral, was in Eau jury of citizens from Mims and Turnbullwas DRY GOODS r

,> moving around as usual. Gallie on Tuesday of this week. He re- empanelled, who brought in a verdict ,

? : Mr. D. St. C. Nisbet took a big crowd I, ports the damages by the recent bush that Edward Screve came to his

ti IS/ in his launch to Titusville Wednesday to fires at Canaveral as almost obliteratedby death from a gun shot wound, and find 4:

: .; ., view the ball game with Braidentown the new growth. the killing justifiable. CLOTHING

': i. and attend the dance in the evening. All T. J. Shave & Co. will sjnk an artesian 1

{ .f.' report a glorious time. well on their new turpentine farm south

-f(,'; K'' '. if".,.if of Melbourne. Alex. Near, of this place '
GENTS' FURNISHINGS
M: A little forethought may save you no has the contract. The work will be doneat
':- : end of trouble. Anyone who'makes it a once. : ,

'- -,; rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic,Cholera Ayers
R. W. Goode, of Melbourne, was in I
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: and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand knows
f --" this to be a fact. For salt by Red Cross Eau Gallie on Tuesday in A. L. Goode's I SHOES

I 1,.a ':. .. Pharmacy. fast launch Nikko.
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correspondent suggest to
i'.: '" -.-<" TROPIC. our town council the advisability of clear- This falling of.your hair !

: ; :(';:'.. Nights cool, but mornings, exceedingly ing the brush off of Young street, one of Stop it, or you will soon be MILLINERY 1

.c",: te.,' warm for past week. the best residential streets in Eau Gallie.R. bald. Give your hair some

t-. .' Mrs. Bucking, of Ean Gallie, was visiting Mensel, Episcopal church, E. Spiller, Ayer's Hair Vigor. The fall ,

'. at Mrs. Carter's Tuesday. A. Bennett, C.'J. Young, G. F. Paddison, ing will stop the hair will

Mr. G. F. Ensey returned SaturdayCONTINUE J. A. Gilbert
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A. Pingrey, J. Gosch, FURNITURE.
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, Dr. S. C. Hodgson, the West End Pharmacy *
.. Hair
i G. C. Houston, W. A. Huffman, Vigorgrow rt

i r E. J. Raulereon and A. Reber : : :::
are owners => : : : : ::. : ::.--::;

'. and residents on this important street. and the .scalp will be We want your patronage.Our .

r Those who are gaining flesh clean and healthy. Why be
:: r t and by regular .
strength treat They Appeal to Our Sympathies.The .
: :: ment with satisfied with poor hair when I j aim.is to please YOU.
.v bilious and dyspeptic are constant
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'; Scott's Emulsion sufferers aid appeal to our sympathies. you can make it rich? New, Up-to-Date Goods in

, I should continue the treatment There is not one of them, however who "My hair nearly ill came onto I then tried every
., In hot weather: smaller dose Ayers Hair Vigor and only one bottle ibippeiltba Line.
' and a little cool milk with It will may not be brought back to health and falling. New hair came in real thick and
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: do away with any objection not a little eurlJ.-lIas- M. SMITH
r which la attached to fatty orof happiness the use of Chamberlain's Saratoga. N.Y.Sbottle. Mail orders receive
t ducts during the heated stomach and Liver Tablets. These tab- f 1.M j.C..A TIm co.. prompt and
; ,: season. AU dm Rita, lewelL Mass.
for careful
i scorn'rBO: Na. emtap, lets invigorate the stomach and liver and attention. s

its Pearl Street, New York. strengthen the digestion. They also regulate
n yet and|ux; *fldaWItLc the bowels. For sale Red Cross Thick Hair
by
t.s,, : g_ I I Pharmacy. JOHN R. WALKER & CO. Tit usyil Fla.


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