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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: September 1, 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
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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: UF00075901:00328
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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FACT ANDCOSSIPV :; DoioeiardRabout the first of:.October!; : :'will go3 ngways.4 \ ., -r
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'LiijY. IVUIII.. sti Jo, CGIDtcsBelt stripe and cheek; 30 cents quality for 22|, Paragraphs that Will! Be Eagerly Sought t -
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:: feS.h '"'* { -" -r c,0'" :' f-'3* cents quality of India lawn at 10 cents; a
>, |PiP Gil jnvoved tiinfimilyinto 'Mr.'and Mw.Frank tiBodgc who Tram the St.Aagoztind "' The Baker & Holmes wholesale .
:.L,.. '-, '_ -'.' .' ; ; bipebeen ::, 20 cents quality for 15 centa. ,grocery
: 1 i Ii ..on..ldntcbineott'aYenna spending,twp* weeks pastjwithjdi'tivjwrinlJrbana :it i_ .enormods"iddltion, the' rollingstock Twelve,..yards'of 'Lon&l 1e' domestic wise, of Jacksonville will open a wholesale ,

Y-6'J' '-iti.",' ':.t :.-; 1;' f" : ;' Ohio, left Thursday. equipment of(the Florida East Coast (.Monday..only) for 100.: grocery business in Miami about the
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;<= Y "",;M _tf sadji5btiitebted_ : the morning of Jast:week;/4sheii home? in railway has been,made., 'One hundred Monday toil we du will nord have Bates on sale: searsnckere beautifuline 1st of October..
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,..,,a:'Mr jc tJ Gmie,; ;who Mi mt:,, .Th cHri p will be made" as far aspossiblefinTMr. Isrt convertible!: canf have)jast.beeia.delivered sold'of everywhere! for.,15'cents. our'special The Benner schooner .line will begin a

,_place of Capt Neinan. .with thesuperintendent .-Bndge'eandeomertoaringc : to the company; and seventy of prjce.12} cents. ". freight service between New York and

,ft".. 'i\r."\ ?.f' :s'il'. .! ''''lJ.,: -*::'rr'f1' :!,- '1; r:which. be'tewntly/jwrcbasedin these have,arrived here, the .other'thirty Figured lawns, former price', 15 cents, Miami next month, the(first vessel sailing
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(; i j.- Walker paid ,a Detroit.'f"' ..' .. : #( being Jacksonville. ",They 'each.,have. former Monda7'uperial.IO puce 20 cents,;cents Monday's; special. about the 15th. t

x ['i'l y,Point. .,.'Eau. ". Gallte. and. Mer- ;MI-E.'Engiisb,'an expert',in theiftanu; a capacity:of 88,000K, >und ., : ,12} cents.: ,, > The St. Johns river at Palatka is almost

'[i; : .; '. )'he< .. TItOI. -.:the' 'week: on eduitefe feciure of tanning liquor.from ''palmetto ,The.care.were.built by the Rogers Ballast We have shown some excellent values completely,covered with water hyacinths, ;
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li.r'" "\ Jt ,' '"" '# roots:having had iievenflyeari practical I Car company, of Chicago, and eybae'a embroideries this seaSon, but Mondaywe
:SST J ; f f. :: : [ ; will reach the climax when we will so much,so that navigation is not. practicable
experie D tt;j is'desirous of opening up correepocdencewith. peculiar advantage over 'the ordinary 18 for
steamers.
r" '_:= ;' GRTorDeQatrcey; the night opa-- I. offer embroideries that sold at 20'and except large
parties.wlio are interested .freight car. -These. convertible cancan 25 cents for 10,12} and 15 cents yard. '
list of late per
; ;: "E"j bbeen on the aick'. ; Messrs. Cromwell Gibbons, of Jackson
: in the"manufacture of be rapidly changed from a sided car ,Special' values in ribbons for Monday.A .
bMD'mied palmetto extract
r .itrd. .;_ble,plies..fag, by;asobatiba. ladies' shirtwaists ville, and J. Hall Bramsby of DeLand,
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J, ::-. L.; DL.;: :'; purposes. for franchise is
'<" ;; .... IIVIII worth from '1.ro to $4.00 at half are asking a waterworks :
'''' -, be addressed for the Titus and aides can be inserted into '
; ''". of.;:"...''''C Birreeti been ..engagede can "* present_at ..c price. ." from the city council of Daytona. ;
: villa.. sockets at t moment's notice.. PY"IiP'ptnailbOard 'Ladies' patent leather tip viol oxford,
L3' ..a Ia esbeTprineipaithlp of,i6 Titusville Hon. N. B. Broward of FlorIda -
governor
,Mr. E. W: ,Amsden of Ormond the a a dump car is formed. The former price$2 00, special $1.49. '
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:.!; p l1W'asbootwhich,commences Monday, ease and rapidity with which these cars Another lot vici oxfords, doll kid up.per bas'rewrot'd to Tallahassee from a I : "
:# : ;fortbe'fi11term.1 state representative of the'Dim Acetylene worth $2.50 special Monday $2 00. I
t'fapt,11t6 will make them [ trip to Hot Springs, Arkansas, and several
1j maybe changed a great
.
4 company; of Elkhart, Indiana, was : ; Ladies' patent leather blucher oxford
'H 4r ;iIitere Cullen and ,Hubert Talton, of to the equipment'"of the road. points in the north and west.
: in town Monday and. Tuesday for 'lie acquisition dull kid top, large eyelets former price
-:;;,1. DiIsad.=jh bare been oa;:a ten'days' purpose of' i 1 interesting in'the rhey,are:painted dark brown, this beingan $$.00, special for Monday $2 00. Shipments of fish' and ice from Punta

,.'i"' '>'.r.Mitt-bm; to:"their: :{....n.M..tl.Be'. .;W use of acetylene. for,our/people illuminating plyenixht( as the" color of. the Florida We carry the up-to-date Walkover W; Gorda from the beginning of the'season ,

'[ft "; ;:[Mornee:home,Monday poles.; He brought JEll with'him a,2-barner pore East Coast fe''yellow.. However" after. >'afew.weeks' L: Donglas in all the and leading Hanan shapes& Sons and. gent'sshoes toes on the 15th np.to Friday night amounted r 4.

,"it,iJ1;: Jj-"-,-'lIoe<'J4iit'":-;-;'*,-jJ"f', generator,. which.he had on exhibition at '. service. .the. color ..will. not be of,the season. to.tbirteen carloads in.balk and 512 barrels -

..,:-J, .. ll je#"Tiylor has:jolt had; a pretty lith the Indian River, hotel Monday night, discernible. ; Jcucs' KLINE,'. aggregating 428,400 pounds. I f

'..1.".f" "%; : Mh'i>lacd III t..1.L'IDe. rivewbich' he which gave a 'steady, pore white, cool Year'by year.the Florida East Coast Titnsville., Fla. .Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Dearborn of 4

t,.:,iiMas. foe#&.;B:Ii/II" and'he'i to and'perfect light, and attracted considerable railway has developed until it has grown t : Miami, return home this week from the
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_.f,ttNiof, u Ui.Ka t e-... stteutioe'{.From' here;Mr:rime nI to proportions that would do :credit to THE ECLIPSE. north. Mr.' Dearborn will bring with

_' :: "'_<:t:';\....;3I;<;:j;.,.:1 .-;:;.r-I O:>:!..p""'! ,.;<.';)'i':.',.'f. I went to Ne:8myiria.; Mfe. : some of the great;trunk:linesTbe equipment j The'following'information. relativd-. him anew: automobile,,to use' between i iprobably I
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< : ; -' "' is eve.6rai1aee and
.c.r t":= Miami and oil home Grove.r .
.' ILi -** -*-'V -' |hej> cjipse.which! aria .Been.by quite,,a *v -at_ Cocoanut'.-, .: '". .

,,' '. <;: J.""' ,' .,"' t.5i'Fr. I riage
1 aeedy fa taro bD' ome" 1 legal_bosiness; of this place; and Miss"dilceEvelyii Mo-' the"country; : Thin is, .to_ .be. farther:improved lug'will be of Interest':, The Ian was who last Thursday shot his wife twice '

.; and ales met tip.with. some of his numerr Farland, at Baptist church in Winsted, by ballasting. On Monday the clearly seen'here daring the greater partof and then attempted to commit suicide by

.- : "'. i, ., friends. in this place.5'k .,' Cons, next Wednesday, Sept. 6tb, at work of' 'ballasting, section between the eclipse. The obscuration of the sending- a ballet through- big -bead., will

-1tIit f 1r-. 'r.Jlrs.:J., bd.. :McCormick' and. little son 2:30 p.-m. The bride is the daughter of this.city ana dackeonviuewul. begin, ana sun's disc at sunrise was in the northwestern recover. Hia. wife, though still'
will be Miami rock
'4s t""- |left Tuesday_for Pennsylvania, and now I Mr. and Mrs. H.A. McFarland, and the speedily poshed. quadrant and amounted to three- alive is m a very precarious condition: i
will be used in the work and a number
'- :the conductor of the Cannon Bali ,goes the latter (a brother of W.H.McFarlacd]) tenths which increased to four-tenths! at 0. 0. Harrison of St. Augustine was
of and force'of will be
cars a large men
;r....... ;/around. .with. rather. lonesome. look upon... it will be remembered resided here about employed until the task is completed. 5:23, the time of maximum from obscuration.The sun's arrested last Saturday for killing quailout "
":V hia'usually I genial countenance. three years ago when the tent factory was shadow passed the sur of season, and paid a fine of$35 and '
On the southern end the road has been
direction of the southwesternlimb
face in the
; !T i iMr-W.' Rl'.Walker; expects to move his in operation.' groom is the"nex',eldest ballasted already, Miami rock being used costs. The woods are beginning to fill i

;;fe5' l stock of i oCerieeio&o the new store ink son of Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Wilson, of for the purpose. Later the work will be at 632. with quail;and if they are left unmolested ,
: I
: 5jtbi Masonic building within the next few Tit aviUe. TUB STAB extends heartiest carried south from here to the point for a couple of months there will be ;
;Ii where it discontinued the FOR SALE.
was making
congratulations in advance. of them.Considerable; S
'-. :..dayt. at as soon- as Contractor Hallcompletes entire stretch of road steady and solid.. Five acres of good land suitable for plenty '
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the counters and'ahetving. with interest is taken in
.,. "DOLLARS orange trees and garden, improve. being
.
? ''7;"+..;;' tot-Miss Porter who- spent the summer TO .YOU. NEW STEAMBOAT SEBVICE. ments. Located on Indian river front, Jacksonville in the rumor that the EMerchants'
"'. H.. Yon will save money by going to Pen half mile from station. AddressR.
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: t..,( ,for. Jacksonville, where she will Shoes Hats, Fancy and White Vests, Newman, who has been spending several __ Frontenac, Fla. has purchased valuable waterfront

:r :spend a month before commencing teach Shirts Neckties, Hosiery, Btlts', Collars, days on the Indian river making prepare I *real estate with a view to establishing #'

:};J i'-j: in: the public school, at St. Augustine.JMr. Cuffs, etc. tions for putting on two boats to run be- ACCIDENT TO SANFORD TRAIN. a terminal for a line of steamers to d
A complete stock of Clothing:and Gents' *
J9 ,. ; .'Johns'Kline left on the early train Furnishings. Any and everything that tween Eau Gallie and Titusville this sea. The train on the Sanford branch met the Florida metropolis.

>( ,Sunday; for New York city where .be. men wear can be found there. son, returned to Jacksonville Saturday with an accident Tuesday morning whileon Tampa's cigar shipments continue to R

j1";,:Will spend a.month or six weeks selecting All goods all.marked in plain figures, one He was well satisfied with his trip, and the way towards Sanford at a pace show a large increase. For the week ending

'IWf :hls"fall'and winter stock of goods. His price to PENNEY & BBAKXIXG, received gratifying assurances from the about two miles within Maytown. Aug. 19th 4,295,000 were packed and *

._; Apttle.daughter, Leona, is constantly improving The Clothiers and Furnishers, settlers along the river that their boats One of the axles to th t trucks of the shipped, making a total of 131,390,000

.1)i k' since her arrival: in that city. Titusville, Fla. would be well patronized. At first this tender broke in two, making the tender cigars since the first of the year. This |

firm contemplated putting on only one slue around. This in turn caused two beats last year's figures for the correspond. fr ring
: of Ocala
Norwood
f A.1.h Xn.-M. A. gave .
", :*, "''' DEATH OF MBS. LOUISIANA.Mrs. boat, but after investigating the matter box cars, just behind the tender, to jump period by 18,025,000.
..M T$ztyeNerdriy STAK office a short bat pleasant call
... Hannah Louisiana died sad. decided to place both their of the box
". M"" : morning. She had been spend.Yw4liga quite thoroughly the track, each cars crossingthe Capt. Steve Bravo has permanently relieved :
denly Monday morning from heart fail- fine boats on the river, as they realize the track at a different angle. The wreck. Capt W. H. McIntrye as master
after
Tituaville looking -
in k
|lf day : propj
; interests" and meeting many of'her ure.. Deceased was one of the oldest residents importance to the shipper of quick des ing train reached the scene that night, of the steamer Biscayne, plying as a ten. y''

1&k arty oidfriends:, who were.all glad to see her. of Titusville, having lived here patch as well as the careful handling of and the train service #as resumed on der between Miami and the operations of fv

: nearly thirty years, her husband, the freight. Their boats are at present at Wednesday. No one was hurt and it is the F. E. C. R'y in the keys of the lower 4 t .

ti x:.::pipR ( eO. G. Gleason, superintendent late Joe Louisiana, having passed away Apalachicola, but will be brought aroundin quite a wonder that nothing more serious coast. Capt. Mclntrye will still remain tin

of.the F.::C.,L. C. & T. Co., was in Titus.mlld&Werdnesday several years ago. She leaves three sons plenty of time for the winter trade. occurred. The train was running about the service of the company, and it is .

.. He informs as that and two married daughters, the eldestson Both boats are roomy and equipped with 18 miles an honr.SATURDAY,85c.. probable will take charge of another and '

|f the.\hedge has just completed the cutting Frank, the'two daughters, Mrs. Metz modern engines, besides being of shallow more important branch or department in ;

:f.i loot t. of the channel in the Haulover canal ger and Mrs. Sapp, and Masters. Jim and draught, and the patrons of this enter. mixing bowls, 65c. the building of extension of the roadto 4 1

&f jmvtWt.the dredgeboat will now proceedflito Joe Louisiana. prising firm can rest assured they will receive MONDAY, 75e. Moqnette rugs, 61(!. Key \\'est.

do some cutting. near New- Smyrna. Deceased was a member of the Baptist prompt and careful service. TUESDAY, all wool dress goods AT COST
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lfe-Wii.H. Hall is now holding a polifritfciXKl"18 church. The funeral service was held at WEDN'SDY, 10.95 sectional cases $9.95 HENRY BENECKE-GUNS ItEFAIREI 4

; dry Roods store while the residence Tuesday morning by Rev. I f HORSES FOB SALE. THURSDAY, $1.00 Henriettas, etc., 79c. Specially made gun springs warranted t t

1' ; [rSlfnepatibe north. First Willis. W. F. Shoemaker, and concluded at the I J. B. Magrnder is off buying a lot of FRIDAY, 75c. galvanized tuba 61c. not to break. Every one carefully tested. >, ,y
a horses and mules. He will have hundred Guns stocked.
.; :J ; i Lbe.! Ce.,t then in a nts',furnlsh* grave in Titusville cemetery. head for sale. Mr. Magrnder one will FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES. H. BEXECKE, f

-1fi."Ing store,'the'n in a dry goods store, where have a carload in Titusville on Oct. 15th. Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville Florida. Box 121, Titusville, Fla. I 4)

?next are will I find him we know not, but BOUQUET FOB BBAIDENTOWN. Write Magruder, at Orlando, stating just

f. keeeemi, to be; the "general utility" man The St. Augustine correspondent of the the kind you want and he will have one The Miami Steam Laundry has made BLACKSMITH SHOP.

-i"" a11 O nd.< Jacksonville'Metropolis writes as follow to suit you in the lot. Satisfaction guar. Mrs. C. Collins agent. Leave work at Don't forget I do all kinds of black. .
anteed or,no sale. the F. E. C. Grocery. Fine work, satis smith and wagon work, horse shoeing t ,
t JltfGvML RObbins and family expect in reference'to the ball contest in'ihe
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faction guaranteed. and gun repairing. Call and see me.

..,,,t',... Sieaire'tomorrow\for a.months'stay in'the'moantalne Ancient city Monday between theBrai. NEW GROCERY STORE. J. D. Exxis, Titnsville, Fla. .:

of western North Caro- dentown and St. Augustine nines: Mrs. M. L. Peacock keeps a well as NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE. ,

1 aaHni': They expect to ,bring their littler "The baseball fans are wondering how sorted stock of groceries in the store form Citrus stock grown on high pine land Where a stimulant is indicated, the j- ,

gson,George, back with them on their retura'who Braidentown, a small town in the south erly known as the Scrimeeour building, Indian River Nurseries, established 1886. doctor prescribes good, pure whi key. I. +
corner'Main street and Washington ave W. Harper is the ideal liquor-none bet e. "t
t has been'with his grandfather era end of the state can furnish such a Send for catalogue, Toledo and Vest v,.
a
nue. Prompt service low prices, reliablegoods. Palm Beach, Fla. ter. Sold by F. A. Losley and R. L.
Jl, :.Cl 4t.:B.-P..l'addiaon, at Point Caswell, team that eventually lands 'up at St. Motlow. \ it

J Ni n'; foroirer.a ;year past. Augustine and cleans the. ,scalps of the FOB SALE CHEAP FOR GASH.
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mifr:;.G. :L. Mandaville will move hia locals in two games scores 17 to 2 and 7 .NEW RESTAURANT.If Panama hats cleaned, blocked and new #e
want meal table board About 88 acres of good high land on $1.50.; Miami Steam Laun
The visitors who you a or It bands put on,
1. played here i
_.t of jewelry, etc., into the room upifji'otef to on side of the Indian river
reasonable prices patronize the Peacock i the east or ocean dry. C. Collins, Ag'L Basket leaves .
: ; the pcetoffice in order that the )Monday and Tuesday are ball toseers of Restaurant, corner Main,street and Washington -! at the Narrows, described as follows: Lot every Tuesday. : ..4{
f-f': tote lie has been occupying',can be usedLbteeen the first rank, and are undoubtedly the i avenue. No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section t. ;::

-:-""" ",, & Branning, who will best amateur aggregation in the state to I 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. AUTO SPARKER FOB SALE. t
; Penney day. The home boys bad not the slightest Call at Titosville Livery at 'rear of This land is unimproved but finely lo l
.;i s.;!? intervening partition and chance"in any portion of the"&me to Robbins' law office, for stylish rigs. cated. For further particulars addressE. A magneto! that needs no batteries. .J '
;hthwtttiesetiro'atorae: : ,all into one for win, and the bull was knocked with ease i Leave your orders for hauling, both double -, M. Low, Brand new, and will be sold at wlJol.-salli
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..i &'J:: "( ,- "', COUNTY OOMm88IONEEa;-B'. A! Conk"* bandit produce of all kinds.., :We are agents for Hapes'Fertilizer*. Wedealeielnrivelj oration; and drives out Pm' loosens,the broat'l3asa
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::-.,:.. J: .', Besides? the uniqoe craft used 'by nsV' :. I Staple Fancy ,. Produce of all Kinds, t CURED SCIATIC; ,RHEUMATISM .

t-itftP.';:::"- : ": "' .," 'tires ',on the'UgoodFweatlier. ,eee'.! '"

t1;-{; ti'h f4.,: ctledl' "of,:,.,"graceful white :"wingedYu I :, YGETJ1BLESSP 1ALTY -M .. B. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St,Etwrrffle,

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t'" ;.::;;,: 9...:."' -:-.. ., features. : of'. *.'journey, up the Nile.Chamberlain' : BE SURE YOU, GET mE GENUINE. '

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'w. ... ". ,'-., ,'. -''." '. ;', -New,.,Orleans. Times-Democrat., > Agricultural
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I 50.30 50.29 'SoDally.
: "I knew buildings could 'see." : 1\0:31 Between Jacksonville'and Yew York. ;
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: .755 p 920 a Jacksonville. Fla-.So. By Ar = 740 P
'::.i },:' : x-t-:.' z... ,of a building without. a site?"-. Ear 1215 a-_____ 130 P Lv.Savannah,GL.80. Ry Ar. 'iOO'l l__ S SO p

.o 3.( : '. .". ;.vard. 'Lampoon.' ; I=== -1005 p AT Chslotte, N. ._______So. Ry. Lv. -=-- 833 a
;" : 642 658 a Ar. Richmond, Vs.---._.So. Ry. Lv. 1230 pI 11 Sop
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: The Telling of It. I 950 -------- -9 45 a Ar. Washiogton D ..______ Ry Lv. 1051 a _____ 850 P
..1125 .. 1130 ,Ar. Baltimore ifd.---P. R. R Lv. _____
5:: ;;.; "/The proudest moment of my life, P ----- a 613 a 8:: P
2;';::> .' ': He said it was. We doubt It., 235 45p Ar. Philadelphia. ._ _._._-.P.R..RLv. 335& __.__ 5&5p
.>. His proudest'moments are, the ones 630 a-----------1_ _- pAr._ New York, N. Y.________.P. R. R I.v. J210 a______ 325.r
OF SEA
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.- J :..:. Philadelphia Ledger.. Xos..33 and 34-Sew York and Florida Express." Daily Pullman Drawing Room
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i. .' ,' t,, The Colonel's Waterloo Nos. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Boom.
; ";:; Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. '
Col. John M. Fuller;of Honey Grove; I

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' ; F--- _- ,, and trolble.In recent letter he Miners Tr : Through"The Land or the Sky." -
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,'tX \?A<-,c -:.<.a. \ ".plaints, and, although I'tried my family LINESBETWEEN 12158 Lv. SAvannah, Ga-.--------__..__ ________.._________.80. Rr. Ar. 400 a
f&ikf: :. c,_ ", : doctor,\he did me nn good, ctrl got a 50c. STEAMSHIP 600 ar.. Columbia, S. .,._______________,..______..;__:__..__.So. Ry. Lv. 113 a
'," f .. '; bottle fyCorgrea.'El(ctncnl which 150 pAr. Asheville X.c.-;.---------..-_-_______..._.-______.__ RY9 LT. 413
:..,;.!. ;. cured me. ,Iconsidertheintlebest-medicine 237 pAr. Hot Springs, N.C.-------------_____-__..__..___'; Ry. Lv. 12 U a
0f 't:- earth and thank God'who 6 00 P !T:. Knoxville, Tenn--------_--_______._____________________ Ry. Lv V Sa815a It
J{ ;jE:: __ :yon the on knowledge, to make them." gave Sold SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct Ar Cincinnati Ohio,_____________----____,._-___-Q. .t Ct LT I 8i5 INos. p

.x= and guaranteed! to (;dyspepsia, biliousness .29 and 30-Pullman Drawing Boom and Buffet sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and

- ESc." tf and kidney disease, by Bed: Cross Connections for- St. Louis, daily. _
Pharmacy at 50c. a bottle.

y, ."".t.,.-, I No. 13 RetweenJacksonvilleaid the North and Writ.
\ .:. ,t. O8 8'lf OR.X.A.. Washington New York and Boston. No. 14745p

i 4:- Be artli, The Kind You Hate Always BougK ------ Lv. Jacksonville, Sa Ry__________________________ 935 al.jj-- .
.. lhat1ll cI' ------- 00 a Ar. Macon, So __ _____________________.Lv 215 a,_ _
,., . Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations x -______ 520 a \r. Atlanta, So. By_.--__.._ ..________-_____Lv. 11M pi!___
:: < and cuisine unsurpassed. .__"_.I 1 945 a \r. Chattanooga, So. Ry----------.._______._______..Lv. U U p:___
<>.1.r-:',': !it:.' ---.. --- ; -----..' 740 P Ar Cincinnati, Queen &Crescenr-_ --.__________-Lv. 830 al______

<' : .. SEND FOR BOOKLET.H. ==1 840 P Lv. 'inciunati, Big Four Route__.______________ 710 s'=:
I,* : : Tie MnilValuablc Stl of Yacht and Boat- ...._..: 710 a Ar. 'bicaro: Big Four Rocte...._..____....____-Lv. 830 pL___
f.': C W .. }JeilJill: Soaks ever Published. C. AVERT, Com'l. Agent, Jacksonville. --1--_____l 83 P ).v.t.Dcmnatt, Pena Lines---_______y___Ar. 6 Q &I-___

: RUDDERHOWTO J. C. WHITNEY, 21 V. P. It T. II., W.P. TURNER, G. P. A., _u____' 710 1Ar.. 'hicago, Penn. Lines_________ ______dLv. 8 (0 pL, _
===! 9.35 pL\'. Cincinnati, C. H. & D.-Monon------------_.Ar. 740 al==

, l'f },., t:. BOOKS GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, MD. ===' 723 a Ar ChIcagO. C. H. & D.-Ionon______._______Lv. 902 pl____

." Over wo Mats' fine tan tuHtfrom the lines -----f! 945 p L\ 'ltIcinnati, C. H. & D.-Mieh. Cent-----_-----Air. 700 al==::
0;.>' 'a r printed in tlue looks Sncco&sfu sailed m ._.....j,, 520 a Ar. Toledo. C. H. & D.-Mich. ('t'nt--------.Lv. 1140 P!
, '>!;", every clime aid upon orry sea full detail NOTICE.NOTICE ====:1 725 a An' c. H & -1I1eh. ltnt...__'_. -__.. 1000 p1 ,..__w__ '

s. dnv.in.-how to:nuke cf all it-'i.prt-*, rhownwhat txiamtly; simple.it is and -------1 830 p Lv Cincinnati, Pt'nn. _________._____________ 1130 a -=.
555 8 Ar Pittsburg. P nn. Lines. _______________ = ,
.hY is hereby given tbat the following described lands will be sold at public auction :::::::1 Lv. 815 p ___ -
r' : HOW TO CUILD A R' .CZn row'J .550 alt IB fourth day of September. 1905, in front of the door of the Council Chamber atTitusville. -------, 930p Lv..1Dcmnatt. Bg! Four-__________________ 650 a\\=__
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,if' ,:>glMHl l..v....i-.f...-d U f >..l-am tec 1 imnrn i... Brevard County, Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the =:1 6 45 a Ar. t'leveland Bu Four-------------------_.._---Lv. 9 30 Pl1 _____

r. : HOW TO BUILD SKIPJACK amount due for taxes, herein set opposite to the same together with costs of such sale and ad -------1 i 530 p Lv. Lexington. So By---------___._________.dr. 10451 at.=

; A.fine '_t frr ..'>e.." n n.r,,s. hiortlne shoat bAnal vertising: -------I 810 pAr. Looisville So. Ry---------________________Lv. 740 sL__ __
e ":" ;, Inlr1l.av-XT." -"tl m<.I..u..rlh.1."N"rileewopl.tedLoua<+.orltiheio.poecs. -- -,- ___u__ 132 a, Ar.St. Louis- So Ry__________________________ _Lv. 1010 p __:___ .
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N. NOW TO GUILD A RACING CLOCP Wa ri Nos. 13 and l-I-'Thp Florida Limited."
,: ...... Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Through Day
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CmChfS and Pullman
i ui .4.uoUu.\a a wil;.oo>t.al.... tacj to baud; ion ER. DESCRIPTION OF LAND. fe J Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.
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No. 5 13I Jacksonville
t c oe < Kansas City. Aga 14 No. 8
limpktnd rmdir; loc'nt .tOtl'c.tMld.laIUd 00 d ce
..'(. i. moll lur use">tl>u..$ .-.01...-. :".",..1 ctutr(.Uuii.
.'.. I HOW TO B'JILD A KNOCKACOUT Unknown_..____________ Part W J of S E #, Des. D. Bk. "C," .._._._m 145 20 pLy.Ar. Jacksonville, Ga.. Fla, So. By5 -----.--___.--_____-:_Ar. 935 a __._
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e \ A Aoa !>,I..t r ..ion.! bd t; goal cabiat ttdSLtteWikr page 385_ 33 21 35 48 $500 -Lv. 1150 p ____-.
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wtUtlv Ivt k > w +t es. Lv. 515 ___._
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I" i C. D. Flood_________ All except S W corner to county,Block 805 .AT:, Memphis, Tenn. F P
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HOW TO CUILD ASHOAt-ORAUCHTSLOOF 10. Rice's add'n to TitusY I1t'.._...._ 33 21 35 264 -- ----- a
r l _Ask l..I..i...r."...lIe. tilnj: kxtt,with! otaeateuverbtagaani Unknown....---------. N 1 Block 1, Titus add'n to Titnsville. 34 21 35 1.40 ------ 9 40 a Ar. Kansas City, 110., Frisco--------__....____.._.Lv. 630 p ____

1, ( Unknown..------_.-..nLots Sand 9, Block 4, Titus dd'n to Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited. Daily.
t HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE Titusvilie.----------------- 34 21
35 264
, 1":: to be Egg..;I..tlot'.a..lA.ilt to hlld..thin IC.aplJ'.elUlfulwp;Mi..i&h'jll'U craft ortatrat. for a bo; T. N. Decker_________ E j Lot 2 and W J Lot 3, Block C_____ 3 22 35 5.18 EXCELLENT DININO CAR SERVICE. .

i HOW TO BUILD A KOCCL YACHT Unknown..____________. Part Lots 8, 9 and 10, Des. D. Bk. "L," J. C.LUSK District Passenger Agent, 108 Welt Bay Street JaeklODvUle.
J t A of low tc-ld model lia3t page 260. Block F- 322 35 264 C. H.'ACKERT.G.M.
J complete dcvnpt on to a ;atoo W. H.TAYLOE,0. P.
I;,; .." iklff owl U>Utl t:mE G..15. Smith, Lyon & Field.___ Part Lots 8 and 10. Des. D. Bk. "BB," S.H.HARDWICK.P.T.M. A.
page 431, Block, F-------------- 3 22 35 1.70 BROOKS MORGAN.A. G. P.A.
E r"r"P ;CE $1. EACH Unknown_____________ W } Lots 2 and 4. Des. D. Bk. "W"
t'P"IU ay cxrncss page 183.W Suh. Diy old Block 3_ 3 22 35 453 THE
t' 't Ahrll'cflarJ E. H Bice________....__ Lot 1, being N J of Block 5. DCS. D.
rJ r Bound in cloth CoU Irtterh:-Ske ofpag.. Bk. "V" page 316_ 3 22.35 1.70 The
I 9 by 12 inches-Uae, c..rly.Jro1v.n plans. E. H. Bice_ E 1 Lot 2. B.ock 5, Des. D. Bk. "'S," Motor Ithatotes

!t' THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. page 2->6______..___________________ 3 22 35 5.48
Unknown..____.________ X 40 ft. Lots 8 and 9, Block 6.- 3 22 35 2.34
t 0 MURRAY STREET Ntw YORK. u. S. A Lizzie J Tucker.Lot 10. Block 29____________________ 3 22 35 1.20
a -- S-iut ,,'snlT Catalogue of Boots Jot J.T. Davis____________ Part of\VJnf X W i, Des. D. Bk. I ,
J ochtsmas's LIM PV_ "KK." pase 93 or() 3.: 35 364

--'.-. -- C. W. Griggs..........-- Lots and 7. Block A, Fisher's add'n !
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t* is -- to Titusville-3 22 35 2.64
Frank Moore_________ 81 Lot 12. Joynerville add'n to Titus-
r BO YEARS yule----------------------------- 3 22 35 1.70
l EXPERIENCE Frank Moore-.- N i Lot 16 and all Lot 17, Joyuerville -
add'n to Titnsville_______..._______ 3 22 35 3.21 R -
Frank. Moore-------------. Lot 21 and all Lots 22 and 23, Joy- It stands alone for
h:;. nerville add'n to TitLsville________ 3 22 35 188 eiliciency and
..' Anna Erving_________ Lot 5. Sub. div. Lot 36, Joynervilleadd'n strength.It .
'I. to TitusvilSe"! _...v._____ 3 22 35 1.50
Susie Hill_......_..__. Lot 1, Sub. div. Lots 3? to 42, Joyner has plenty of metal and it is
U yule Jd'n to Titnsvillc___________ 3 22 35 1.70 where it does the most
TRADE MARKS J. F. Brown___________ Lot 54, R'rdeU'udd'n to Titusville___ 3 22 35 329 good.It .
k: DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS E. G. Harris._________ Blocks 34, 35 and 36 ex.S 100 t'l. Blk. is perfect in design and rork-
ft ... 4c.AOTOB 36. Des. D. B. "0." page 228. less E
'.*. *wndln(a ketch and drseriptbm mar 11 A.to B. B., Plat Book I, page lausbip.Everything'DleaDs.
i'I i 2 Invention is prollablF table. CommanicstioMguicUyconfldentUL Jas. Q\rlile___________ All Block 45, Plat Book I, page 5054 22 35 1.40 something.
$- r;r. sent free. Oldest acencr for Handbook Becurtag on pttenu.Patent D. Caird...___________ Lots 5 and 6, Morrow's add'n to Titus. uqw a<. Send for catalogue.
Pitenu Ukea tkronah liana & Co. receive \ l- 4 22 35 359 -
i ifteulMUtt,without charge,lathe E.'G. Hanis______..____ S part Gov. Lot 1. Des. D. Bk. "0," ---- -- -- ,

.:,'.', .. Scientific. flucricatu page 4223.5 2.64 Bridgeport Machines Motor Co

t A blldIomeJJ IUutnte4 weekly. J.afftIt eIr- BridgeportF. ,
- w .1 ealation: any cdenufle toarnaL Terms,t3 a VAN WORLEY,
-% : months$1. fioU bj.li rleaadeal5TL

.IJ iNN & CO.3II..I.New York Tax Collector, Town of Titusville, Florida. Bridgeport Conn. .

_> 4' 3, Bi ased OIDoe.Iii- T 5L WuhtagtonA.. Titusville, Ffou, Aug. 4, 1905. << N. HITCHCOCK & C:0., Agents, Titusville, Florida.

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is ; t :* .::; w; "' :"' -!' -" -.3<,' : Ing of yellow'Jack'sprogress; ;the"diacouragicg -, :,: .',, :

: 4 x. : :: .J.\t' EbUCATIONALv;,.' ...;0: '. .''' news"'.came'/'that', the: dreads': 'J'

,, : 1-' -. disease had; spreadto other lt.nt. .}j.. ;, ,

6a'rt'Educatiofi.Wanted.Prvfeseorh,7 .' One'hundred'cases; ';were' reported; i:#' < ;;
t 'CM lou'Laf La.:.and others* 'at: _" ,' ?
| :Stiller: set;the < l ure ei ; '

eigo: stude tP"o(the; junior;;.class.'to' Mississippi ,City;, Miss.' ;' at. Laplace., ,

.. .. __. .... . ,, .......... ...,.... thIDkmg:-hard.-when his fifty.milestabove New Orleans and'-at "
-' ''' -w '- to Illustrate ,
", ,- .'. "i.t ,-:'f' ;(. 7"1... ...?< '-.""'-:... ;;;;:: ",""*--' iWt"'s: : ,-'::" ::: : : ::"; : ';;..;.;.; .. => ... .. H'; ; 'point' In Alabama. The" discovery ,
,, ,,,"-: '.",'"" tejToniteretl: guests of' m ptesldent &Congna'of unica Pea antsA : : belief{thaU'our. colleges. ..develop' the one ;
"P.{,;, .' '"k"' 'i-r'1-: ;{" ."''' '''; )'' ::' : heart suggested of these. .cases, gave new life to the -
f mind erthan be .
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'< '!f'fk. : "..-< Saga more'I ,' orders ofhOenera1Trepoff the ;; ;
) : .. .lu.sp1teJottbe.;
.f'.or.C' 'Ii x"t fcegan'
-: : U ,, : ;t a l1um @r'of'qlle8tIoi i whlch a candidate -- general panic and refugees : .
toOo '
_?:" _"" :-<<-_> ;: J"J_-' Congtr to Chini;; io' prevent /lover' 20& date
........ ; (' regniindta rushing 'f /Atlanta and:other hosplt-
l'c sfor degree to be -
.".. ,, a ought ]
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>"'.'. ". ''*#'.. ;s; '" : LIt: wajgeneraily understood that the gates, representing, :organizations of i' i
: :' tax I.PMra: i. = answer iuch'ae thefollow"j70 -; able cities. At Mississippi City thef
; ; .,.. ,, "'- ". '" sendtdivlnH.rGoager .in :: of Russia :
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Jt. : peasants parts '
1" '" .- :"* """" p 81deDt:had :.decld fro ; ,jdifferent '" cases had..been'taken for malaria. >The;
ai the, apes,polid a t seer ; have "met ing: .
Moscow and
secretly ;jtf
iti" commissioner : ; '
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as secret
.. ; *: 'plague has begun to. take, bold ,of the
n' eee''anything to: love in 'a
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: } denkndlng;"universal
: :resolutions:
passed
China
In
1tif":Be :decided : to. aid adju't1 ..gnestionsgrewingoat little chlldr"Can well to'do:classes .and' every town is!i .
; ratone.tlttitefrad
> Suffrage: coming national
: of.thebojcottof'Amer; r' >: tbe; ; suspicious of Its-neighbor. Texas increased .'
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: .you look straight In the of: .
( .. : eye
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.... 1tif0."Nclthe'1ittsburg assembly and\a system of land '
lean;goodsi and-'to"settle the Hankowrailroad : proprietorship
'""" *, : ; an honestmanorjpure'womann'"WillV! its general quarantine against!ILoulsana. ,h
and'BtecJ ;
,. w:; : -ms, .'" '<'i..l': $.i) 'dispute. Mr" Conge4' has hruaerving'as i .,by handing 'ovettto]. the, : -
'0.,rt, ,... :.' "' mllionalre; ? ?' .' 'i' r joneJy .dog follow your"Can. .- .New'Orleans: list ofl{
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"' .. .' r .'fi'): people all lands now, belonging to the
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to Mexico 8lnbe' .
< ambassador mark
the ln[
passed 1,000 early
"i1 cases
':*-$&' ."" ;6'l''k. J.:!: ,;c ahe man,. to ; by-'Itf state and to the'religious institutions: yon see, as much] beauty In. :
,:;:fSi.--- \. ... ';;11- ; waseplaeed :;:Itockhili'atPeking : dishes and hOeIng In the"week: :
iXsL ,i"l' : ..,. .; > ; ;.ceed : o' ..' ,-' They demanded also that free education washing corn as .
r i ;
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,>' <.. ; .: ".' Wo.' ,Penroseln be obligatory; that the schools.be playing golf.or the,piano Rockefeller Goes Barefoot. "

",$'.,....-.(.,..J." .tit." :, ym.n: |:%tmitMj J-co.".";; ;,: Goveri' {Hanly.::CioMc'Tagg rt'.., secularized and that the assembly have. Can. you 'see-..the blue .sky reflectedin The latest morsel r of gossip ln the 4

.i.t":,':<:,,(z. 'T ', ;7 'senate..' }...... The'notorious'casino, a gambling,re- power to Initiate legislation. This.waS .a;mud puddier' ? papers about the private life .of trohir }-.
J
", 'J"'" ; sortTof! : the''realthyi'at>French LickSprings D. Rockefeller Is to the effect that he J
of,.<.f ",. .;:.p r..w- 'influences" the first p. asant \congress Russian. Shower. .th..ln Public Schools.
"s IX::? :". ,.{''X.'_;' 0 .;: 'known', to' Ind.,,owned;by Thomas.,Tag history. :' ,After inspecting'the vacation schools has resorted to the Knelpp' cure for. .x

:':'y: ,:i t .war ....f:,:. ., .the/ game; gart/, chairman of:the: Democratic..na- :r "and playgrounds bf New' York city, the benefit of his health. Early e"ery'morning'

,..,..--.x": ,$:.. .c. 'net... "those- 'W tlonat; committee; :was closed voluntarily Superintendent Maxwell has decidedto he goes out over the dewy -.
: .cN'"V.
; itttj4b0at' :! 'in anticipation of Governor Han- .ILEG ;-CRIMINAL I- lawns of his Cleveland home bare-
jj;:J; ; the .. recommend the Installation of shower .

.:;: !if7.;: _. : try;Fricit bIm8tf I&ving e )Ijr's- Intended' order. Heretofore :thls' baths ,in,all public,'schools. These. footed. .. ,

,_, ::4J.ti' .W' nth&? .holce'ofjKnox.; J It was" resort, bad" been' free from official in- Railroads Called to Account. baths, 'are now in use In seven or We Keep Canada's Trophy. .

":', f .i1 $taiid |;that":Senator,LPenroseJ terf. eren e v' ,no atter'wblchpartr.'w; Summonses have, been ,Issued' at eight of the vacation schools, in one' of The'yacht IroquoIs took the deciding I \

:. ;. : -no7flghfr.against this hi power.; ] Washington by the interstate commerce which '1,300 children are' receiving race against, the Temeralre; the .Cana.

".,,..,i .-t-'l': Stiiadard, .OA'and the- Philadelphia's Mythical Voters. commission to many' of the important shower baths up. to 3 p. m..In a' single dlan'challenger, In the series'for Can. E

& t arauroad 'are'tfie'dpmlnant" ; The.policemen's recanvass.of thirt1ne' railroads and refrigerator como day and Mr Maxwell(estimates that, ada's trophy ,on Lake Ontario,, thus
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<"'. "",.. t"","" 'olved.; ;: I"!, Philadelphia.wards:was completed panies to show 1 .OOO,children are'now receiving dally keeping the cup.in American hands. .
ib;,,:-w- _< ":"S '*aw' : '15 shows cause.why"they baths In these vacation schools. Hesays '
:; -,for,9XrBOft.gpontariexraa Aug. and, a total. of 60,083 Accidents. .
$!ft ';': :reception 'a on 'the voting lists that have should not be _he:is convinced of,the.usefulnessof An excursion, train on the Atlantic '
'
;toeyor'1Pesive' ><: Ot ., ] "right to: be there. ,These lists are puulshed.for: public school baths "both from the Coast line dropped through an open -t

..1.t' '.:.:.!.. :_'..\he-i I."i t spoke: 'at: WOkesbarre, to. be. checked. by Director 'Potter'sgents. a giving rebates. hygienic and moral viewpoints". He draw in a bridge near Bruce Station ,
.
jetber f wittr tbe..frjendlj- approval. .' -This Is .the first will advise' .the supplying.of Individual Va.. and sIxtytwo'negroes in .the'for .

:;;s'"!t a't:premed by; ;tb@.' president, hair War on Weaver Rtnewtd.. 'carrying public step out In towel and. soap.-. v ward coach were drowned. .. $' 1 s

i"y: :" a boom for, .tbe\ The select branch of the Philadelphia\ Y .t I the, admlnlstra- Burbank. .Cultivate Children. A collision between a.fast passenger

,; "r :Jgbyernorshlp>> ,nomination..' renewed the fight'on Mayor .Commissioner Cock- tion's plan'for A'St Louis, clergyman who has just, train and a freight train 'on the' Nickel i

fJt-1f lgaeiyoe lUmM lf told,those. who ver' ,by adopting ''a resolution. relL suppressing the returned from a visit, at' the Santa Plate line near Kishman; 0., resulted

m'k!.$ tHe'idea that,,his.only:ambition. ; to 5, to create a committee of seven private, -car system.. ,The defendantshave Rosa (Cal), home of Luther Bn bank. In the death of twelve persons and the '

'..:' toyfrry:out his programme of', empowered to 'Investigate the removal until Sept 5 to'file their,answers. the famous plant culturiat, says that' Injury of twenty-five others.
+:.rft ifw,' biladelphia.., Mr; Burbank told him that it:was the Twenty-two men all foreigners, were
r If ',,,,,> or.an'officers>and employees the city The government expects to show that :2'
td the last throe'months. The great object of his life to I Introduce burled under avalanche of rock at
,,,a"c-t r?glieraba'ttt Indipandsnt.Thu'.ipedil .. sponsors the public, is robbed for nearly every '
>! :.l.> the quarrY of the Leblgh Portland
: the'rearlng oftdbildren stone -
into
the
Nll;;*, i? : Democratic) state'. this move, representing the Dur- article of, food by reason of secret Ideas :

.. i ,;vent D.!,at Huiisb rig 'Pa.;. l l ham machine; would have It inferred agreements between the railroad and which ,he has used ,so successfully in Cement company at Ormrod,' Pa., p !

tnoualj:nominated Justice John Mayor Weaver's numerous dis the car lines, the latter acting as' the creation :of;; new forms (of plant of whom t(nineteen perished.

,arty; a-sWelong''Independent? : misealswere made for political'causes. agents' for the former.. Commissioner life. ."Weeds and trees," said Mrr Bur- Harris Lindsley deputy police commissioner i#

J !.:f.{; ,--for jthe;;state:supreme. court, mayor said he.would welcome anyinvestigation Cockrell, said he had no doubt this' bank, "are responsive to few influences of New York, and his killed fiancee -

fdeb1. aide that 'the oounclls'might would be proved and that the car linesould' hi their, .clilldre l are Miss Evelyn WlllinL'were
'rylacIugAbsmaelver, responsive
t' r tb I Bepobllcan reformers ull authorize.. be forced out of business.To infinitely more and the failure In an automobile accident at Pike'sCrossing
; .
: t ePearoDarlutm! } machine. lu; Try Beef Packers, Oct. 2. to recognize,the spiritual elementin near Bennlngton Vt: I tfm

D kt the-'contention' :laldi adds I. FOREIGN On the .next day after PresidentRoosevelt's the child's environment has been Devoured by Worms
fatal. -Mr. Burbank added that
F j; every
Jt 'prtliiaahip. address Chautauqua, in -
&; Children often cry not from pain, but
,, person could be physically, morally and
-*- Fedea.I Control which the trusts in general and the from
of Insurance.At Summons Assembly.Just spiritually perfect if the same attention hanger, although 'abundantly..
meat in particular were The entire trouble arises from inanition
t. the close of a conference at the critical of the packers his her I
:.J : stage peace were-paid to or training that
; .& warned, punishment for violation of their food is not assimilated, hut devouredby
'" Senator.Dryden of. New Jersey, i conference tile czar of Russia issued law District Attorney Morrison of ChIcago he .was giving to weeds. The main worms. A few doses of White's Cream '

"$ 7!,, Irll: :,Beck, and President I the long anticipated call for a national made a number of subpoenas for principle of his child culture Is to bring Vermifuge will cause them to cease cry

4& ,'S.jj ;.Oyster Bay It .was 'made known consultative "duma" or assembly, the trial of the beef packers the child into relation with all the ele- ing and begin to thrive at once, very''

&.:14Pft8.I! t had pledged his fixing its date tor mid-January next. twenty-four ments of Its environment to which it is much to the surprise and joy of the moth4 1 .
The members discuss and others, returnable ()ct 2. Each er. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and 1 i
to
x YtOtth9: ent of a law are measures potentially responsive.

',. : ;;for;.federal supervision of life and examine the state budget, but their case will be taken.up separately.. Hunter's Hunger Claim Verified.A Ean Gallie Pharmacy, Eau Gallie, Fla. '

'!. ."S"-;>. .i...n'J. _. are to be subject to the czar's absolute Verdict on Mentor Wreck. t
:':,'! 1--: recent medical Investigation discloses -
\J. ',{seit8" akers Arrested. Cor'i authority. ,The suffrage, though Coroner Siegelsteln, at Cleveland, In -LOW RATES- i
that out of 13,941 New York
Ji.1I $ : "
!1 wide. Is not universaL It Is based on his verdict on the wreck of the LakeShore's -FOE-
r'K tlr'e! i Socialists of New York city school children 6,294 needed treatmentand .
property qualification, the peasantry Twentieth Century Limited at .
ly:;wroutfit up over the .1,092 were suffering from bad nu- SPECIAL OCCASIONSVIA
J# having ,a vote through membership In Mentor, 0., June 21, recommends that S .'
f *'candidate for mayor, trition. This recalls the statement i
: :
communal organizations. A considerable Walter F. Minor, the telegraph oper
National Organizer' Wllklns made by Robert Hunter In his book, 5
r Leq
i. ; : portion. of the residents of the ator at that station, be held for man- SOUTHERN RAILWAY i
for having entitled "Poverty, that probably 70,-
$tfsevera1.otberspeakers!: : possessing no lands, together slaughter. Minor is charged with hav- Two Trains East Leave kv
t :slated In Addressing street corner 000 children went to school hungry.SCIENTIFIC Daily Jack
.. side where the with women, soldiers civil functiona ing opened the switch, but whether he sonville 9:10: a. m., 7:55 p. m. .f(
iris the east '
on
i. rles'etc., are 'without suffrage. did so of his own volition or by tele- Oil OR Atlantic N.J. T
; .authorities'had forbidden public City and return.
-J.J1tf1'/4l' !erloga without permit during.the Waiting en Czar and Mikado. graphic orders of superior,officer the I 1 If' [HI On sale daily; limited Oct 31,

j. ? After a week of dally conferences the co'lOner is not prepared to eay. It was 1905.
Lee and his
a' strikes
r..j; peace at Portsmouth with the found to have been a physical impossibility .
When envoys Another Satellite of Bar Harbor, Maine,* and re-
.:;:pakl fines .under protest. have Jupiter.The $6' 1F
rtr % of all the world on them were for a strange person to turn On'sale daily limited
.'" :JUns was .told to stop speaking he Lick observatory, at San Jose, ;
.
/: ,to'report to their respective unlocked and turned the switch and Oct. 31, 19O .
and,said "I stand on my CaL that seventh satellite of
l.k ,fused 'the reports a
that they had been unable locked 'again withIn thirty sec- "
} to address a has been discovered. 80 Buffalo, X. Y., and return.
It
Jupiter $30
right was
J. stitutional
r?:{ the train to reach ,
,' When agree on four of Japan's twelve con- onds that it takes Tickets JnlyS, 9, 10, limited r
of the people. first observed 8.
ftl'1' ;Igaibering of peace. The Russians would the station from the time its headlight on Aug. July 15th. Can be extended to Aug.

.".' {was hustled into the' patrol tblnk>of paying Japan's war ex- is first seen. Radium Upsets Darwinism. 4,1905. .
''
'${ 4Dtbiu his speech on the way to of surrendering Sakhalin. of Professor George H. Darwin of Cam- fl>rUfi Saratoga Springs, N. Y., and

-.1i 1i- ,,police. station,, the dense 'crowd ,D giving over the Interned warships or bridge, England, son of Charles Dar-
;It .Ing 'the! wagon's progress very,' their naval power In the east .1 INDUSTRIALRailroad I win, the father of evolution In address- Oct. 31, 1905.

f}; W., The:: :cases were to be carried to limited. The conference adjourned to ing the British association at Cape CJQ7 AH '':Washington, D.'C., and return.

}' .higher courts. Later the ban oh await further Instructions from 8L Statistics For 1904. Town spoke of some recent experiments
y&2# '.peaking was .removed. Petersburg and Tokyo. The annual report of the interstate .' with radium, which seemed to Two Trains Daily West,Leave Jacksonville E.:

$ :1--,1 tf. .cry Fora. Dual "arlff. Norway's Independence Vote. commerce commission, just issued, support the theory of the transmutation at 7:45: p. m., and 7:55: p. m. '
: :"J The reciprocity conference of elements, and said that the
results -
( of shows that there were at the end of
the overwhelming majority
.l:1"Ewu,held at Chicago Aug. 16 By last 297,073 miles 'of railroad In contradicted all that was known q6 &j Knoxville, Tenn., and return. e
to 1 the electorate of Norway in year Tickets sale 8
on July 9,15,190,
broughtforth a new political about the makeup of the universe. Al-
: this The year's increase In
country. .
"" recent referendum voted in .favor limited 15 days Extension by deposit +
advocating the "dual tariff, though the mystery of life remained as
.
by the dissolution of the union with single trackage was 5,927 miles. The until Sept. 30", 1905.
outlined'by Senator impenetrable as ever he thought It

rPrxj prJ.nclple'was number of rail- pos'Ilbe
corporations owning
The day of voting was treat- ? Louisville and
return.
Ky.
'' O 40 ,
"W & 10m'uti'; Illinois thus: "A that the theory of natural selection ,
;; as a nagonal holiday, and transpor- road property was 2,104. There'were Tickets on sale July 2'.30, lira- +
.::4.oi.tarltf, applicable, to all nations for voters from remote districts 1,296,121 persons employed on the raIlroads : first formulated by his father and ited August 10th 1905.Monteagle q

give our products the, most, ,. to whom $817, 8,810 was paidin by Wallace, might need modification.He .
The
|'-nssSr'p. the voting places was free. j Tenn., and return, .
\l/t lKf& '? A' ;;ration treatment and a maximum movement'proceeded without signs of wages. The outstanding railway said it had been shown by recent ciu. July H, 10,17.: Aug. 5, 6, 7, ClOut I[: tang.
ff' iff say 25 cent higher, to experiment that the simplest of all
per
or violence, but with the utmost capital was $13,213,124,679. Dividends 31, 1905. Extension Oct. 31, 1905.
.:.-i. "' nations which discriminate declared amounted to $221,041,049 a atoms, that of hydrogen, consists of
the display III. and Ont
feeling, as shown by 6 05 Chicago, return.
"'' : .. .our products. ,The conference of flags and the singing of nation- little over 6 per cent on paying stock. about 800 separate parts, called corpuscles sale ddjy.| Limit Oct. 31, 1905.Hot 9. =
- tended by 600 delegates from all or electrons. By analogy with oth- y
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including several songs by orderly crowds.. Returns There were 715,419,682 passengers carried ? Springs, Ark., and return. ;
. tij of the country, 'er systems the chemist was compelled .
"J-U
; and 1,309.899,165 tons of freight
that 368,200 votes were for and I on sale July 18, Aug. 1.15, Sept.
{ ernors and ex-governors.declaration of'war on- 1&4 against separation. A republic Is The casualties were 10.046 killed nd 'to entertain the suggestion that the 5 19; limit 60 days; extension for 90 days.Dining 3.
A virtual ; elements field
> are not eternaL In this
'
J.. made in the likely to be established. 84,155 wounded. Of the killed 441 Cars. Service a la Carte.
z t: stand patters was future discovery would prove deeply Y
- and of the wounded ; reservations and detailed P'
A permanent were passengers i Sleeping:
: ', "tlons adopted. Spanish Famine Spreads. Interesting. { ; *
{' ': tion started to be known as In the Andalusia 9,11L information cheerfully furnished upon
Z was The famine riots
Test of the (Isham Shell application. Passenger office 108 West
.. Tariff league. For the Susquehanna Dam.
: ; American Reciprocal of Spain have extended to
743. -.
S One of the high explosive shells in- Bay street, Telephone
; feature of the conference was have now been + u i
cities and are practically un Arrangements com-
4t of many vented by Willard S. Isham was fired J. C. Lr1>K, Difit. Pa:?s. Agt, %' !
." .speech of Governor Cummins The hunger driven peasants pleted to finance the construction of Jacksonville, Fla.
at a target of armor plate representing -
J\1:" y ':who. -said that reciprocity bad havedriven out the wealthier resi- one of the largest power plants in the at the
section of a battleship
a
;'-'' .- "damned with faint praise and confiscated their property and world on the Susquehanna river near CASTORXA.13u.n .

I' j false friends long enough." He looting all towns not protected by York, Pa. Harvey Flake & Sons of Sandy Hook proving grounds.and half The the J Ua Kin You Hay KI'aara, HOUZltmpe I: '*
eleven
was
target plate a {
of the people.
::; 'abide by the decision It is estimated that over 1,000- New York are managing the syndicateto Inches thick, backed by oak and steel ; :
not
1.. ; ;. aid the protective tariff was are desperately ,hungry and that underwrite $10,000,000 of the bonds, framework against the sand bank I7 vi.A.

r SV.It '.' inally Intended to exclude of these are' actually starv- and William Barclay Parsons Is to be -
feet thick. The was
twenty-five range t'I'
-:: l1o i .but'rather to create It. march been started to chairman of the engineering board. HOLLISTCR'S
; A has
" ing. appeal 600 feet, and the weight of the shell '
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r : :. v t. :Cortelyou For the Treasury. to the king for aid. The river will be dammed about twelve 1,046 pounds. The result was under- Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets

tit r : '.. The opinion prevailed In official What Venezuela Own France. miles from York and the power thus estimated. While the shell! failed to A Buy Medicine for Busy People.
that the generated will be distributed electrically Briagt Qoldaa Health u4 Renewed Vigor. +
Washington
lfo) _:clet at : Referee Frank Plumley of North- penetrate the target plate the explosion
' far and' specific for Constipation. Indigestion Lira
J: ; the treasury as as Philadelphia Balti-
"A'm;. .bid' offered field. Vt. has awarded claims of the on impact showed enormous de- and Kidney Trouble.Pimple Eczema" Impure
,\ : >Postmaster General Cortelyou in more. structiveness through concussion, the Blood: Bad Breath. Sluggish Bowels, Headacba, -;
'"' French government against Venezuelafor
"& '" c.taShaw's and Back:ie?. It's Rocky JJun'\ln: Tea in Ub
if'f 't; {" .. ticipation of ; damages to French merchants In Chicago Tunnels Dangerous.The whole sandbank being shaken up. let form
,-;;:. :LJaenYnext" February. This report '''I' the. revolution of 1001 amounting to committee of engineers appointed Isham does not believe in the armor HOLLISTEB Pst'o COHPASV, Mailiwu! wis.

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vF: nL=" ,. -expr&ions.to.the effeet"th tthenew line AR IAND
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: ".; 3&<-.: : further south:U the_Bpeed of.the.steamers -past extremity '"A short time ago I found my con

:.t. tw{); : is sufficient,'for- 8ts'Jik 'to'take in as' Florida The,volume of, water at that diticn very serious, I had. headaches, i

point ie ninety miles broad .and 2000, feet pains In the back, and frequent dizzy
the east
t of the rirerkiweryxtlODg
R1t much
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.coast possible
as two remedies before Peruna
1. .Y 't'S.I'J p Kxeible to steam within fifty:feet ot the For sale by the t
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f of the with .i its .
edge stream rippling edges
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soon
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i: <' hurrying north ward., returned. In less than two months
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Mrs.
health restored. M
"The gulf stream at that point .is as ay was -
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- did in sir. YearL as course a The reason of so failures to
'l fe'i: : \- thaaitia predecessors many
the'delivery of thl'Ollgh'a green meadow. .It is not more cure cases similar to the above is the : .L MUSIC HOUSE ItTITUSVILLE
; ::: :;i>".-:\ : 'The fraud order: : estops ban twenty' miles',off from' shore' and fact that diseases ,

-:" mail to fraudulent,concerns1 and directs FEMALE TROUBLE r
: : often is found much closer.: peculiar to the
postmasters_to'retnmletfen.addressed to NOT RECOGNIZED .
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female
This shows that nothing is .so untrustworthy are FLA.
:,: ? '.. :' such, 'concerns. .to 'their ;'gend I'8.. ,ForK AS CATARRH. not commonly ,
human Until this
as science. .
.,'?F. :c catchpenny, concerns ( various
: : .: years revelation took faith in recognized as being ,caused by catarrh.
accepted
away my
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' the mails bat the fraud.order catarrh of other organ.
: through. samo_, as any
:r--- : effect of the trade winds blowing
seems to be weeding them out. More i simple What will cure catarrh of the head will
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to the postmaster general's elbow al=o cure catarrh of'tb& pelvic organs.
{ power
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: twentieth parallel l raising the level there
'; thiawork. ; Peraia cures these oases simply because
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> : find the path of lea$resistance above the you have catarrh write at once to

t.-. : ': The,'chief purpose of Japan in consent trades; and curve around Florida, between Dr. lliirtman, giving a full statement of "RUNS LIKE A CLOCK"DaYis The Alpine 'Cottage

:,:" (. ::;; log to a conference at. this stage of. the the'outerreefand the great bankof your cast. 2nd he will be pleased to give
7> >i
: war was to securer an indemnity'without Bahamas. Why should it now flirt you his i valuable advice gratis. Under the management of Mrs. Kate

,.. .-:; :. : further'. sacrifice! of her soldiers. She with the earth's rotation .and violate the AKIros8 )):-. Hartman, -'l'r
'.' the Cue Ilartmau Sanitarium, CuF mbus; O.
; ), was assured of ,'binge'sbe had demanded Monroe doctrine by complications with TITUSVILLE, FLA.
>. ': .\ :, prior to the war She was well
the mouth of the Amazon? Bow'This? Feeds
:: ; t" : aware.that Russia would get.. out of Manchuria r1r1fiF Daily or Weekly Board. M
wide
Again if now 90 miles and 1980
!II ,We offer One hundred Dollars Reward for
.' t;:,. and concede her, claims respecting eet. high, for' the bank ia, 2000 feet any case of catarrh that cannot be .cured by House Newly Furnished. '
- Korea even if no more blowswere struck. Hill's Cab rh Cure. Lump
. : .. deep' off the end of Florida, it must slop Everything First'Class..
F.J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo 0.
; Brops., ,
.' : indemnity the cost of the
: :: She wanted an.i .
; over the great bank in a stream 50 miles Wet:, the undersigned, have known F. J. -

_ ,. .: war, and. ahe'hoped' that through the wide within 20 feet of the surface and Its hfcuey for the last 15 years, and believe him Carbide. Location: Hopkins street, near Julia.
conference to which President perfectly honorable in all business transactions '' 3s.
peace
?." western edge is only 44 miles from Fowey I : and financially able to carry out any obligations -
; ,:. i ", :Roosevelt invited the belligerents she Rock light, on the Florida reef. This made by their firm.

.t.5{ .;l.- would be able to get that,without further -- -- WEST&Tau AX, Wholesale Druggists,Toledo, ROBBINS
:: : shrewd argues that Capt. Haigh, Royal Yacht WALDING RINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale u Gas
; 'fighting but Witte was enonghto
:' ; club, the Robinson Crusoe,of Kitten Key Druggists, Toledo, 0.
:; : commit himself to ap agreement of Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act- & GRAHAM
is and J. W. '
entirely submerged Major
: practically all the"coants ,made by the ing directly upon the blood and mucous sur Yield Jr
: Ewan, the sage of CocoanUt Grove, observing faces of the system. Price 75('. per bottle. Sold CO.,

;. x Japanese government except .that of in- the terrific !hill of waters from his by all druggists. Testimonials free.HaU's (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $25,000.00.)

,;; :'''':._ dernnity, then he had Japan in the pre- Family Pills are the best.
lofty eyrie in the Peacock Inn, may be This company owns landsin
(, '{; dicament that if the war was continued Large
impelled at any time to make remarks'inthe Weekly Weather Report. the Indian River Country -
t' t;:. they were in it solely fora money consideration Miami Metropolis.Last / ,on the St. Lncie River,

' ;," ?: ; consequently the Japs readily the gulf stream" three 08.DKPAETMENT OF BDEEAU.JUFITEB AGKICULTUBE. WEATHER Acetylene the light of the future.. It at New River, and on Bis-

.. 'V gave op the.indemnity, Wand in doing so year has past the experimental stage. Over cayne Bay.
miles off Palm Beach and about four off FLA., Aug. 29. 1905. 100,000 in use in the United
: ;: '. gained the admiration of the world. generators PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.Send .
,; Jupiter, whence it curves northeasterly Comparative statement of temperatures States. Cheaper than coal gas, electricityor

I to round Cape Canaveral. Now it is 20 and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. kerosene. Every generator guaranteedto for land list. -
; : THE YELLOW FEVER GERM. 1905 1904 work satisfactory. Use for heating
= Onicxs AT ,
miles off Jupiter! That sounds the doomof DATE. MAS. XIN. MAX. MIH. and illumination.E. _
cooking
f "' It is not improbable that we..shall.. haveanothertbeory Palm Beach. Government should at Aug. 23. 88 80 88 77 TITUSVILLE AND MIAUL
r' 24 88 'is 86 74 W. AM. about yellow fever at the ,
send
investigate Julius down with
t" once 2;). gg 72 86 74
.
for the East Coast.
Y Agent
F" f-- end of the present epidemsc of that disease another tape measure. .. 26 89 72 83 74 Circulars and price list on application. J. L. MOBLEY :
.
Ii,:' ff- in New Orleans. Dr. John Archi- 21. 89 n 86 75 ,
J II 28. 88 'is 86 73 .
'& \ nard, who is one of the prominent ,.phy Came of ID omDI... u 29. 87 74 89 73 TITUSVILLE, FLA., r

':. I:. :1 sicians in the Emergency hospital of that Indigestion nearly always disturbs the Total rainfall) for the week. 1.77 in. Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kal-

ri-' city thinks he has found the yellow fever sleep more or less and is often the cause inches.Departure rainfall for the week plus 0.38 eornining, Staining, Finishing and ,Paper

s germ* He has discovered something in of insomnia.. Many cases have been Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, 1905 plus Hanging, at the most reasonable price

f' r t' the blood of yellow fever patients in the permanently cured by Chamberlain's 2.39 inches. consistent with good workmanship.
: Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale by H. P. HARDIN.Official ,
... r. Emergency hospital that closely resembles Red Cross Pharmacv. in Charge. \V ork anywhere on the East Coast ,

T:;'" : the malarial He has assistancein 1
germ. Specially solicited. Let me know what
i.-' t. c thework in which he is engaged. The SLACK METHODS IN KLONDYKE : A Remedy Without. Peer. von want and get my estimate on it.

". : '. opinion is expressed that .if the yellow American national pride is likely to I "I find Chamberlain's Stomach and Prompt attention given to all work. .

discovered Liver Tablets more beneficial than any I l lo 'i>
should be the feverwould c>
.:. .. f' sever germ suffer a shock through the evidently unbiased other remedy I ever used for stomach THE 1i
lose all of because it
its
J/ terrors, statements in Mr. John S. Me trouble," says J. P. Klote, of Edina, Mo.

::. ,::': \ wouldn't be difficult to discover an antitoxin Lain's hook on "Alaska and the Klon For any disorder of the stomach, biliousness yip ; HASBROUCKSTARTS ,

A f: which would kill it. Dr. Archinardhas dike.!" (McCIure'Phillips). Both in or_ constipation, these Tablets are ,

-. :: the best wishes of the entire world of without a peer. For sale by Red Cross -!
methods beeping the peace, and in Pharmacy. I

.i for the success of the investigation ,which mining laws, the Canadians seem to have ._.1.- .. i STARTS EASIER, RUNS STEADIER, :.;
*
f;.' he is conducting. He would render the "
GIVES
much the advantage. Where we art"satipfie.1 A BRUSH WITH SAVAGES GREATER EFFICIENCYand :.,
'::: f' south great service by the discovery of
with inadequate protection! by is a novelty. The higher the civilizationthe uses LESS GASOLINE per horsepower ,
;' the yellow fever perm and an antitoxin vigilance committees, the Canadians havea larger the number of brushes in nee. than any other engine made.

.'.... that would destroy. it in its incipieucy. rigorous! and effectual system of m tinted Judging by the demand here our customers We continually demonstrate this.
t:. have reached a high state of refine- Commercial sizes 8 to 300 horsepower.

. :; ARRESTED FOR FORGERY. police; and between, to quote Mr. McLain: t \LtI ment. Every day we sell more and more Special Light High Speed sizes from '
"The contrast the businesslike
' of these excellent 20 to 2-50 horse power.
The Miami Record states that Sheriff method, find clear and definite information BRUSHES HAIR
TOOTH BRUSHES, <
i-.. J Frohock and W. M. Brown,have made a obtainable at any time in the gold BATH BRUSHES, (etc) Benj. W. Jerome, :

i'' capture of a forger for whom they have commissioner's office at Dawson, and the Perhaps the fine quality has had something STATE AGENT s

4 f : been looking for several weeks. Not long miserable tangle into which titles td mining .l to do with it-perhaps its the price. WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA.

a-. r ago Dave Hardin, a respectable negro, ,property have been brought in Alas RpNC Anyway, all purchasers are well pleased.

deposited $70 in the Fort Dallas National ka, in the Nome district, for instance, is HS RED CROSS PHARMACY, Also State Agent for
FIRE
I bank Miami, and took therefor a certificate no credit to our American statesman TITUSVILLE. HEW LONDON MOTOR COMPAHY'S

of deposit. ,That certificate was ship." I ,

1: lost, and was picked up and sent to Jacksonville EAST COAST MEAT MARKET TWO-CYCLE, MOTORS,
0{ Startling Mortality. .
4 r for collection. On the certificate 'PLENTY 3 to 12 h. p. jump spark, to-date.
up
OF MONEY
.s; '::. was the endorsement of' Hardin. The Statistics show startling mortality from o. F. BUREN, Agent,
' appendicitis and peritonitis. To prevent is lost by failure to insure. The thing to Notice of Application
;" one who sent the deposit certificate to and cure these awful diseases there is ask For Permit to Sell
, just yourself is: "Can I afford to lose my Liquors Wines
;'; Jacksonville requested the collection to one reliable remedy Dr. King's New Life house or business?' If the answer is yes, Florida and and Beer.

s" be sent to Dave Hardin at Little River. Pills. M. Flannery, of 14 Custom House Whereas, E. L. Motlow has filed with the

I A letter from the bank here sent to the place .Chicago, says: "They have no DOn INSURE.If board of county commissioners for Brevard
equal for constipation and biliousness." the is WesternHeats county Florida his application for permit to
then
answer no and have
come
;. : 'address given, resulted in bringing ,into 25c. at Red Cross Pharmacy. '. us make you a policy at once. It is the sell liquors two of said wines and beer in election district -
the bank today a negro; who gave his safe avoid county and state; any citizen
only way to the risk which of such election district may show if
.;, name as Dave Hardin, but who was really may rain you. We represent the best any there be, at the meeting of the cause board to

1 one Aaron Griffin. The sheriff was notified PISO S CURE FORCONSUMPTION and quickest settling companies in the be held on Tuesday the 5th day of Septem

: A: and succeeded in locating the forger tibst coaa6 Sytap Tssgs'tuna. Q.. country. of all Kinds. ber be granted.,1905 next, why such A. A.permit STXWIKT should, net !

', and two others who seem to have been : bn uma Hold D MORGAN & WALTON, Clerk of the Board of County Colllm !6 on. t

accomplices. '- TXTCSVOLE, FwnwA.A TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ers, Erevard County, Florida. <
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which they may he hunted, and to provide shall be applied to paying the fees or A TRAGEDY ON THE OCEAN RURAL MAIL ROUTES. r' .;

1 1 : TO OF THE NEW that all non-residents of the state salary of the game warden for said county A dispatch to the Times-Union from ,.

shall take out a license before they shall ; provided, that in any county where Lake City says: ,

| *- :LASS' OF FLORIDA hunt such wild deer, 'birds. or other there .is no game warden, then all money Twenty Members of the Peconic's Crew "A letter to Postmaster Raulerson from f

: .fW.: ,;\ game; and prescribing a penalty for the collected as provided for in this section Hon; A. B. Brittin Chattanooga, Tenn., ;

'.9. :' 'f. ( violation thereof shall be paid by the clerk to the county Go Down With that Yessel conveys the information that he will have :. ;

.fi : Proiibited From Transporting) Be it enacted by the legislature of the treasurer for the use of the fine and for The steamship Peconic, bound from charge of the putting in of the rural mail

state of Florida : feiture fund. Any person violating the free delivery in Florida; that he will arrive .

iiit' ; ,.- During the Closed Season Section 1. That sections 3 and 6, chap provisions of this section shall be deemed :I Philadelphia for New Orleans with a cargo about Sept 1st, and that his head

",'. .'f;.-. i twr 5251, laws of Florida, approved May guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon con- of coal, met a terrific northeast gale quarters while in the state will be at Lake ,t

RELATE TflWAND GAME 20th, 1903, entitled an act for the preservation viction thereof shall be punished by a forty miles off the Florida coast Sunday City, from which point the business of #

tf : of wild deer, birds and other game, fine of not more than $100, 'or be imprisoned -I night, apd sank, carrying twenty of the his office will be transacted. Columbia

and to prescribe the time in which they in the county jail not exceeding county already has about fifteen of these
crew to the bottom. Two survivors reached
;k. .- Important Amendments Made to Sec- : may. be hunted and to provide that all 90 days; provided, that the provisions of delivery routes, and lion. Frank Clark I y

;.N' J J I non-residents of the state shall take out a this act shall not apply to counties hav- Amelia island, near Fernandina at noon says he is going to have them all over his s ;

iit' .. tlons<< 3. and 6 of the Game Lays : license before they shall hunt such wild ing special game laws. Monday. They are an Italian and a Span. district." -

w.'fr : '. deer, birds'or other game, and prescribing Approved June 5,1905.Incredible|' iard, who secured a lifeboat. They tella if,

=An act for the protection and preservation a penalty for the violation thereof, story of awful hardship in the disaster.It To Collect a Mile of Cent I '

..... (:of fish in thr tarn of Florida, and be and the same is hereby amended as as Brutality. was about 11 o'clock Sunday night The Ladies' Aid society of Trinity rL

\,, to prohibit the dipping of certain fish to read as follows : It would have been incredible brutality that the boat encountered a heavy wind, Methodist church of Jersey City .bas
." months and providing Chas. F. Lemberger, of Syracuse, N. undertaken the contract to collect .
-..ff .daring certain Sec. 3. That no or shall I I which constantly increased to a gale, and a
person persons
Y. had not done the best he could for 1 '
-iolation thereof. mile of cents by next December. A
for the all board
a penalty have in his their shall on fought manfully to save the
or possession, or he
: of thestate his suffering son. "My boy, says, string of cents a mile long, one woman
i4:.. '* Be it enacted. > by the legislature. hunt or kill any wild turkey, quail or "cut a fearful gash over his eye, so I ap boat. The tremendously high seas, how said, would count up $840 and nobody 1 S -
> of Florida : Bucklen's Arnica Salve, which shifted its and it
plied ever, suddenly
cargo,
t. partridge in any part of this state, save seems -willing to question It. The .
That from and after the quickly healed it and saved his eye.
1 sank. The Italian and
Section ,
.. only from the first day of November until Good for burns and ulcers too. Only 25c. Spaniard seeing money will be used to furnish a new
'0> be unlawful for
passage-of this act it ,shall the first day of March of any year. No at Red Cross Pharmacy. that there was no possibility saving the parsonage.

r .&Dfperson, persona, firm or corporation person shall kill more than two wild tur vessel l quickly seized a lifeboat and braved f :

"jO'Catch or' capture for the purpose of keys, or.more than twenty quail, and no A FIERCE ALLIGATOR.J. the tempest., For 'several hours they

.. .Shipping any of the fish known as mullet, party of two or more persons shall kill H. Albritton writing to the Fort were at the mercy of the sea, but at 9 The Better
roS : offi.li' S
15th
%< "In this state, between the day more than four wild turkeys or more than o'clock Monday morning they came insight c :
the 31st day of December Myers Press from Samville, gives an account -. : ,
and of Amelia island and drifted ashore
November in and I ,
forty quail any one day, no person Way
,(. of any year. shall kill more than five wild turkeys of an exciting adventure with an where they told as beet they could the .

Bee. 2. "It shall be unlawful for any follows story of the disaster, as they were < ,
.Jt c in. any one year, and no person or per- alligator, as : very
{ r or, employee of The tissues of the throat fi '..
carrier agent much exhausted.The .
common are
Y..9'. sons, firm, corporation, association or Something that has not happened in
'f1 such'carrier, to receive for carriage, or : company shall sell, expose for sale or the Caloosahatchee river for Peconic had a gross tonnage of 127 inflamed and i irritated ; you :;" .'-
many years
fish
h permit the carriage, of any such tons, and a net tonnage of 80. It was 105
have in his, her or their possession for cough, and there is more irritation 1t. 4 ,
15th day of Novem- took place last Monday. While my wife .
caught between the wild feet in length an! 18 feet in breadth. 1
; sale in this state any turkey quailor -more coughing. You take :.
*her and 31st day of December of auy year; and her brother and myself were returning She was built in 1879 at Kennebunk Me., : --i"-
r partridge. Any person or persons,
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.. .; -provided, that any person having any association or violating home from Fort Myers in our boat a and its home port was Greenport, N. Y. a cough mixture and it eases tht i :
; corporation, company -
: fish'on hand on November 15 of any year any of the provisions of this section huge alligator attacked the boat near Bil irritation-for while. You take ft:"f:

five days thereafter in whichto lies creek. When I him he THE NEW ANESTHETIC. 1
:j shall. have shall, upon conviction thereof, be pun discovered

..a"" ship or dispose of the same. ished by a fine of not less than $2;) or was coming full speed for the boat, with In a recent issue of the Clinique (vol. SCOTT'S

:.'f, :-Sec.- 3. Any person persons, firm or more! than $100, or be imprisoned in the his mouth wide open, and when I gave 26, No. 7) Dr. Theodore S. Proxmire refers -
violating any of the provisions the alarm wife nearly fainted. As
.corporation, 60 less my
exceeding days
1 =: county jail not or extensively to somnoforme a new
sections 1 and 2 of this act shall luck would have it I had my gun in the
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jt : f. than 30 days. anaesthetic, that has been thoroughly EMULSIONand
of a misdemeanor and boat I picked a 22-calibre rifle and ;
so up
J.- ,bdeemed guilty Sec. 6.: That all persons who are not tested at the Bordeaux school, Pans, and ..
1. upon conviction shall be punished by fineQi' citizens of this state before hunting for shot him, but this made him come on all throughout the British isles. Somno it cures the cold. That's [,

less than f 100 nor more than $500, the faster so I reached down and got my
k r of not the purpose of killing any wild game in forme is a combination of chloride of .hat :s It soothes the
in the county jail not large rifle and let him have a shot which necessary.
: i or.be imprisoned this state, shall apply to the clerk of the ethyl 60 per cent., chloride of methal 35
than six months nor less than one made him crimp his toes. Monday morn throat because it reduces the ,: =t
more circuit court of the county the said non. percent, and bromide of ethyl 5 ) ,
", ,, ing as I was going to town I saw him per rotation! ; cures the cold because i. '
'1' month. citizen purposes to hunt in and upon the cent. The administration of somnoforme ,

:J Sec. 4. That all laws and parts of laws payment of$10 to the said clerk by the near Walter Langford's house with a big is very similar to that of nitrous oxide. ': drives! out the inflammation ; i

in-conflict with the provisions of this act applicant, the clerk shall issue a permitto biped hog in his mouth. The 'gator The average dose of two and one-half :>aids I;! up the weakened tissues
repealed. measured 13 feet in length and
weighed
be, tnd the same are hereby hunt in said county, also as provided .cubic centimeters has an average induction because it nourishes them back ', _:.
effect -
m shall take immediately 450 pounds"Cared
Set 5. This act for in this act and the'same shall not be of 30 seconds and an average duration *
%& their natural
9 and approval ::) strength. That'show
: upon its passage transferable and it shall be unlawful for of seconds. When and ,
t; ? : : of Lame Back After 15 Tears of 78 properly t
or upon its becoming aVw of this Scott's Emulsion deals with: ; a
governor
by the any non-citizen state to hunt in Suffering."I carefully given there are practically no +

i "l': 'without the approval of the governor. this state without first obtaining said per. had been troubled with lame back after effects whatever. There is a com- a sore throat, a cough, a cold,

:1 "PPlOved. May, 31;; 1905. mit, which permit shall expire on the let for fifteen years, and I found a complete plete absence of respiratory trouble; the or bronchitis. 4 a

;1j1i/ day of March next following the date of recovery in tbe use of Chamberlain's Pain heart is slightly stimulated throughoutthe
'!;Aa act to amend charter 5251 of the laws issue That all collected Balm," says John G. Biaher, Gillam, Ind.This WE'LL SEND YOU \ -.,
the
as
its money
M- -"edan act for the pres- liniment ia also without an equalfor administration complexion remains A SAMPlE FREE .

'; ; ,-frkJrida- Wild deer, birds and other provided for in.this section shall be paid sprains and bruises. It is for sale by normal, and there is no cyanosis SCOTT : l0Y;Pearl IItrft& .. .' ,

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Mxi;t J materials unuilljr employed in the making In the country selling s -
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." ,' .1' tor. thta.deaiga: ? r ; : ; ._.' PI"'IIS, Palatable, Potent Twt Go4L De ,... direct from mills to user
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,Jl 1;: send W cent to this'offlceTglv.number: tx-oaw. CfcktgoerNcwYoriuKEEP depend on of paints. .

;tll" jot this pattern.:b1o... ;and.state etze'de'. YOUR BLOOD CLEAN That means one heavy and one profit that
1i rued .It will,then be.Bent'.to you by man .' .. expense .o
,;( ,; postpaid. '13e surf to"write ptatotjr and always c t.- we cut out of our business. 4
'rit '- give !/.R 'address..' :several days ;.. supposed conspirators they would t

,t-J./f. :must. .be,:allowed. :-for- _delivery. of pattenuPSIAHSTORY : have succeeded In blowing up the,vessel ,We sell direct to the..man that'uses'palnt. : "
f
:' 'F ;;',., "" .' ,....!. .t ., but'no one stirred a hand, and, the You'may think,that you can doa well.as we could ,

r 1< '\. $1GRAFT ) :- take been: command.popular, :wIth Then the the sailors rout! bad began.to. wretched men were, shot before the 'do for you,'if you ,should ;try to buy a certain branoVof .5'-

.;! Weakened /by: Admiral Enqulsfs .departure eyes of their comrades. paint that you thought well of direct from the manu- .
attributes the defeatto
Rojestvensky
,;t. : '. **. AND'. MUTINYRojestvensky the.squadron was thrown< Into the bad state of'the vessels, above ,facturer. .. .But youwould make mistake. r tThe'manufacturer'

orders
confusion.'.Admiral Nebogatoff
"
. ":: -- carried all those.of Admiral,Nebogafoff, which might take.your money and sell
: ; : were not, out; and It was everyman
y. *: ,. r: for himself. The ships were. scattered had a very mediocre 'speed; further reduced you the paint, but he would take care to charge you as
ns the of shells
by layers and
'i{. '. .:., :Says' His ShipsWcrefUsciess '- enabling the Japanese to pursue weeds covering their bulls and by the much for the paintasifpou i bought ,it from dealer. He

:' < -Men'Rebelled.. and sink the Russian vessels one'after state of the boilers. to'the poor shoot- would on' that extra profit to the dealer".
;: .,.," ,- ,the other. One division, executing Admiral put "protect
.. r. to'the
ing of the crews; and fact that
( ,., : .Nebogatoff H orders, was able to We have no salesmen or agents to increase the cost
the Russian .w shooting with the
" i ." HEBOGATOrr" GAVE( ,UP. rally together. It 'consisted .of the of our paints to the consumer.
;r ; : WHY. sun in, their faces, which. further affected -

t: f ''{ ..' ,,?; '. : Orel Imperatfer- Nikolai Admiral I., Admiral the accuracy of, their fire. The We quote to the man that uses the paint 'the I lowest
General 'Apraksin,
. \1F- '. : Senlavin. admiral adds that when the Russians
> /a .Order* mad" _Appeal.;.to .HU: Salloni Admiral Nakhimoff and others. But were 'in the middle of Tsu Shims and best price, reserving no margin to protect agents.

L\t ,Were la :!ala, and the UYIM of the then the mutineers on board the' Admiral We freight. _
;t; strait they were struck by a heaT pay 4

'-: : Oalecrs Were. Threateaed-UOTT.the !I Seniavln and refused the to General follow Admiral the- Storm,, which prevented accurate fire .We gladly advise our customers about paints.

f rlt. :' Japanese saved the Orel FJo.oID'Be- Apraksln and exposed the.unprotected parts of
: Write for cards and advice and blanks
_admiral.. It was In vain that tAdmlral vessels sample paint
ia Blows Cp. the to the Japanese. The
!r :1... :, -*: Nebogatoff ordered them, begged' them. white painted portions of the Russian showing how to measure houses to, show the quantity of

i '' r; .' It" ,was "supposed that' the sensation*- f The Japanese vessels drew near, forming vessels offered) an' excellent target to paint required. .
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)go." In the ''battle of the sea oft a great circle. the while' the
t ; :. regard to Japanese gunners : Japanese -
,' .: '-"' exhausted Seeing that all .was lost, the Admiral vessels ,Ask any first class,business house or any bank in New Orleans, or ,
;\ Japanjbad been but 'Admiral painted a greenish gray.
:
Nakhimoff endeavored to ,escape, but almost ,the mercantile agencies if we are responsible.
; :' Rojestvensky's i'eP-rt. printed were invisible against the back
: .
: was sunk In the attempt In the other '
::t.\'. ,; '1reCently'at London,.. Is:a document, ships .the mer. threatened the. lives of ground of sea and cloud. R. McWilliams Limited. -.

1;::{. j--; .amazing, a character that the'battle their 'officers. If they refused to stir Aden .. '. 1ft ,

( :: : .... 'has,,.again been' discussed. almost' as render and hoisted the,red flag.: Afterward Store and Offices, 342 Camp Street. .
I
l ; ', after It ,was the ammunition of.the Admiral When your ship of health strikes the #
: .:: generally .as ,immediately bidden rocks of consumption, pneumonia Factories, 1135,1137,1139,1141 South Front Street.

.+' :. '''. fought, says a. London: correspondent. ,Senlavin ah llJ the General Admiral etc..:yon are lost, if yon don't get New Orleans, .. '. Louisiana r

.. ,bf the New York Times.X12 Apraksln ww found practically un from Dr. King's New Discovery for
help
= l ESTABLISHED 1893. Tile oldest paint manufacturing house in continuous .'
,: ,It .is stated that the report was received touched.t Consumption. J. MrKinnon, of Tal-

!t-t:.:J by the'csae.on'July 10. but bad The Impe&tor Nikolai L and the ladega Springs, Ala, writes:. "I had been successful operation under one management, south of Louisville

j .. ':,,: hitherto been kept secret As soon as Orel had fought valiantly and bad lost very ill with pneumonia, under the care or St.. Louis. -.

i t the: admiral's condition',. permitted. he' half their crews. Each had been 6f two doctors but was getting no better

,Y'; ) -i-ecelved: all the. ,superior officers of his struck'by about fifty shells, but at the when I began to take Dr. Kind's New
1.. The first dose relief,
last moment the men were carried Discovery. gave
squadron who are prisoners In Japant"
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e ; and one bottle cured me. Sure cure for
t" and drew 'up:his report In agreement away by the example of the mutineers.On sore throat. bronchitis, coughs and colds.
; wltb Admiral Nebogatoff. The report the way to Sasebo a group of en-
! : ; Guaranteed at Red Grogs Pharmacy, price
.f$ .--":;". .;- has,=DOt officially published yet. gineers and young officers resolved to 50 .. and $100. Trial bottle free.

I!: :"> but the, contents of It. have become blow up the OreL They were In the .Florida East Coast Railway.

::: >( ,known' 'to< the-members, of the czar's act 'Of applying a light to the powder HU
Japanese.
;' magazine when they were surprisedby
court.
'w. "
"g :4'1. The admiral .declares. that his vessels :the Japanese. A struggle resulted, A correspondent In Manchuria writes wI Time Card No. 62.

Wit/.c.: .were v In: mely'bad.condl, on, due and had the other'MUora of the Orel as'Russian follows and to a the Japanese Chicago were News found: "A iii Effect April 17, 1915. iOUTH

'! not only to .thebaste, In their construe* .aotlta11fomen. locked in a hand to hand struggle The $ -BOUND .READ DOWN. oe loaTH.BOUID-IUD UP. e

: don,but thethe dishonesty of the Japanese was taken' prisoner, and the .
flashed with the soft I
Plump cheeks f91Na. z
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builders and of the Russian
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of health and Russian was found to be severely STATIONS ND.18. ID. II
complexion,
a \
glow
f' : officials who passed as satisfactory I pure .
make ell women beautiful! Take a small wounded. The Russian refused to betaken Dally Dally Call,. Dally.I .
--
,. :': .' ships which were manifestly bad. i ir dose of Herbine after each meal; it will to the ambulance unless the Jap; oop 9 &0& LY1acksonyllle.._..._ J.r -100p -810. ,

. On none of the vessels did the thlck- prevent constipation and help digest anese"was taken with him. Together f 07p 9 4s ".. ..._?.50. Jackeonvllte__ Ly.. I Up I U& 3l
10 51& __ '
";' Dell of the armor. plating correspond what yon have eaten. Mrs. Wm. M. they were"put Into the same hospital l15p o b3 p 1133 al, .. ...._......m.Hastings Anfustlne_._."._ I/iOp 4 65 P 8 140 49. .

E' f. -- to the official figures.,, Furthermore Ftrond, Midlothian,Tex., writes, May 31, train. The Russian refused to be separated 110 P 1160 tI II __ ..,??Fast Palatka__ It 434p 0 38 a t..
? the armor was of Interior quality, and 1901: "We have used lIerhine in oar ,
from the Japanese and spent 7 ss P 1915 P At _._ PILIl.tlt&__ Lv 410p CI 00.
this enabled ,the Japanese shells to family for eight years, and found it the his time looking after him, fanning his GO 0 43 P 11 2/1.1 LV' ..........._?.?_?Hl'al.U'a_..._._0 Ar lOOp 8 IS a :; '
best medicine we ever used for constipation Q\ -: -
; it The vessels were not -
: pierce provided bilious fever and malaria. Sold by head and telling all visitors that he Wit 825 P 200 III Ar San Matf'O.__ Ly 210 p ...- ca: ,,
err. with telemeters which Interfered Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau Gallie 'my Japanese.'" f -= :210 p 8 00 a,Ly .......?.......San 11",<<>>...,?_._ Ar S 25 P I 60 a C .
with the --
f considerably accuracy Pharmacy, Eau Gallie, Fia.t : : '
: of their firing. The shells were lam Abscess.. 5&0s: \

entably made, and tw -thJrda of them P p _.._..._..... /( __...__ P M "
For Over Sixty Tears. Abscesses with few exceptions, are indicative Q II 41 P 125 P It ?_.._OrwIDd__ II 3 10 p 4 09 aQ ? .
did not explode. The ships could not Soothing of constipation or debility.. W. 8 53 P 139 p'" .._ ..Daytona?......__. 4 S 00 p 4 6"a 'a s?
carry the necessary quantity of coal, Mrs. Winslows Syrup has H. Harrison, Cleveland, Miss., writes t 01 P 151 P, .a .?..._..M Por' Orange_...___ If 2 50 P 4 38 avI = il
been used for over by millions Ar .. .. .' 9 30
sixty years 215 New Smyrna p 416 a
pf ---
,, r>and none of them attained their guaranteed of mothers for their children while teeth. Aug. 15, 1902: "I want to say a word of !.!! I -- ::!. .'"

speed. The engines and boilers praise for Ballard's Snow Liniment. I .E 10 21 a S 44 P Ar ___LAke HI'I..n LY U Up 610 pO ,
r fag, with perfect success. It soothes the stepped on'a nail, which caused the cords d 1039a 353p .. _............OrangoCay.??.??. 1233p 5tIp .,
wereof, poor quality and were constantly child, softens the gums, allays ail pain, and abscess ... 10 is a 4 00 p II ___Orange City Jon<'1Ion_, I' 12 30 II Ii 43 P .

t c : in need of repairs. cures wind colic, and is the best remedy in rise my in leg my to knee contract, and the doctor an told me to Eo- -sp 2'2S'P :;': .?._.New 8myrn" .__ Lv: 2? P 4 OS a f_;i

: Two-thirds of the crews, says the admiral for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor that I would have a stiff J leg, so one dayI 10 00 P 2 bi p .. _?......___Oak R 111...._....._. .. 1 b4 P S 39" .1 :- ,T
:
; :. were men Incapable of perform- little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists went to J. F. Lord's droll store (who is C 10 U P II 30 P Ar _._..._.TUUITIU.,._.__. 1 15 P 3 I 00" fA =
in of the world. --- -
ing what was required of them. The every part Twenty- now in Denver, Colo.). He recommend Q t 00 a ........_ Ar.?._....._...Sanfnrd.?__..._.Lv 10 00'8. 10 00" .0 ';;,
:.' gunners did not know the elementary five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask" for ed a bottle of Snow Liniment. I pot a tII .'.- .10 00 a LY _--Sanrord; _h.... Af ....__ 9 00 a .... ,"""
Winslow's
"Mrs. and
Soothing Syrup, -
I ;: ''t laws of firing, and In spite of the prac ttkp.to other; k'nd. 50c. size, and it cured my leg. It is the a.t'3 10 33 pl-8 30 P LV' _____Titusville ___.._ Lv 1 15 II 3 00" t..3 ..

J& .;" lice they had received It was certain bret liniment'in the world." Sold liy 11 111 I' 4 03 PI __..._...Cncoa................... .. jU 3. P 219! a 'f '
U Ie .....___. __ 716a p
Red Cross Pharmacy and Ean Gallic Pharmacy 11221' 413p .RckladRe. It230p
: ; that the was sailing to defeat .,
tr-_ squadron HEALTHINSURANCE' 11531 I' 4,45 P If ...___Eau OaI'18__. _. 1158 a 144 a '
;::1i'.. :, Admiral Nebogatoffs crews es: Eau Gallic, Fla. b.O 12 03 II 'lit pi ...._.......31elbnurne... .._...- 11 &N a 134 a ::s
: ..
e 1251 a 531 ___-Sebastian_..._ ._ 1104 ala n. "
R 6' peciaily left much to be desired. 133: al, 6 29 PI PI ..._...._..l-it. L1Jcl8...__?._ 10 U a 12 OOm (
I" : At Madagascar a mutiny broke out, C. 155 a 6 4S p' .._?__._..Fort Ptf'lCe__._ 10 liS a 11 b5 P N _
' ': The man who Insures his life Is 0 218a 7t8p .. ___.___Tlbhalll_........__.... .. 930aii22p CeJ
executed.
;;;:- : and fourteen sailors were CASTORIAFol' 2 23 a '112 PI It ._..._........ Eat*'f ___ .. 9 28. 1118 II
r' The guns of Admiral Rojestvensky's vise for his family. 228& 711 Pl..' .__..?.??.Jensen...._........" .. 9 \1 a 1119 P ,M. 1 k
:. Infanta and Children. tfJ 233 a '128 p' .....?...............StUl\tt ..__.__ If 911 a 11 04 II ::I
I. .;.i. f ships. had to be' trained. on the Admiral The man who Insures his healthis 3 Og a 'J 561'i, .. __._ ROM Sound_.___ 8 U a110 3G I 1
I \_1: Seniavin and the General Admiral wise both for his family and The Kind You Hate .4.1 327a 814p .. ...._.......Wc tJuplt'r..__._ S21a.1019p C. {:
Always Bought 4 04 1 II .._West Palm B68Ch____ 'I U" 9 is P
lIt'.:. jc' Apraksin in order' to restore'order himself.You ( 4 32 al" IS pl .. ...__..??_.Boynton............._ .. 'I 20 a 918 P 'I_
t.ti: : : ", among the mutineers. Then-thIs was Bears '- 4 {21\1 28p. II ..._ .._Dd ray_.._.__ .. 710 a 9 08pN .
may Insure health by guard theSigaattro ::s Ii 31 a 10 :1 PI __.........Y5.lAuth.rdaJa..........?. ais a 8 15 P '
decided
t : discovered too late-the crews &ii 'S _.___.. l
_ = of CQ II 46 a 10 311 VI Danla___ If 6 Oa 806 II .
it. It is
..
I -y?. ::. to revolt and to give themselves up to ing worth guarding.At e 6 68 al0: U p. ..._---Hallandale_.___ 5 68 a 'I Up' ,
the first 62' "Ill 01 p! .............. Lemon City ?...__ II 3'a 'I 29 II f635aIi15I f
attack of
.:''.. the enemy. disease ,Ar .._ __1I1&ml.___ LY 525a I20p ,
t '1. ', Near Formosa another mutiny broke w.hlch generally approaches .

: .' :. ;.. out lu Admiral Nebosatoffs s squadron, through the LIVER and manifests Dally Ex. -I HOMESTEAD EXTENSION DaHl Ez.bun. : .

t.- ,:;:t. and it was only thanks to Admiral Ro itself in Innumerable ways Chamberlain'sCOLIC I Sun. '. .

-i'",:." jestvensky's energy that the mutineers TAKE_ _-. 6 45 al i== L\ ..... ,.='lIl\mt_.....__.__. Ar == <' -
T,;.;;.,;. did not succeed m making themselves CHOLERA AND II wa: .......... Ar -_ _....1Iomcstead.__ Lv ___17 Upi p

I x}, '" : masters of the ships and taking possession i

I .: of the bulk of the squadron. Diarrhea RemedyA No. 23 No 21No.; 19 No. 17 No. 15 'No. iol N.." ...2. t ,
Tutt'sPillsAnd I Dally Sunday Sunday Sunday Dally IIAYPORT IRANCH. No. 18
f From the of the bat Sunda'Sun4.
S very ,beginning Dally
; ,. EI Sun Only Onl, Onl, ,Ex Sun Dall.1 Oil,. OIIJ Eater
f tq tle of the sea of Japan Rojestvensky '
s doses of this remedy will lOOp 8''5 P2 W'P93 ;'9 (i'LY ...._.JackllonY1Il.,_ Ar 8 30 a 12 on ui t
that vessels '
III
saw Nehogatof's especial invariably cure an ordinary ate 08a'Ar So.
.08p 60Jp 2 U8 P 9 y8 a: i Jacksonville_ Ly 8 23a 1112& 111 : oj
II' :'' .ly the Admiral Senlavin and the General save your health. tack of diarrhea.It "Op 'I2'p 240p1010a 9 39 a'. _Pablo BNacb.,_ ..' 160 a 1120 a 6 05 '.01 t
.
( e 43 p 7291' 2up'I015a'9Ha. .AUanticBf'ach.- '
has been used in nine epi 145.111,00 .pp J
Admiral Apraksin were taking lOOp 'lUp aOOpl030al000a" ___ MaYJIOrt__ It 180&1100" 'U 4
no part jn the battle and were not carrying demics of dysentery with perfect 'Up. v j

out his orders. He sent torpedo KILLTHICOUOH success.
.
; PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP
CONNECTIONS .1
'} It can always be dependedupon AT BIAi1
boats to tell the mutineers that If they
AND CURE THE LUNGS even in the more severe ,
did not execute the maneuvers as or- 4
attacks of ecHo and chol-
: dered he would sink them. Only then WITH era xnorbua.cramp Close Conaectlon Made at Miami with Steamships of the P.10. S. S. Ccepwy ft* ,t

a' did they open fire. Had ROjestvensky DrKingsNew It is equally successful for HAVANA AND KEY '
E not been wounded at the beginning of summer diarrhea and cholera WEST. J

" the battle the issue might have been infantum in children, and is the _

r it very different; but being unfortunately Discovery means of saving the lives of many These Time Table show the times "twMcfctr: !n easy be exported to 1U1'tn'
children each year. from U1e 8veralltaUGn .I>uUhe1r irrtral orflepartnraat t&aQmauitudu .. ViEn :
wounded he had to be transferred to a .
i
nor 1811118 COmp&D150 be held re
CONSUMPTION Price and lbkiovaaydalsy. ,
When reduced with water WU1coIllOqUGCea&11I1nI
t .
torpedo boat destroyer.. Almost at the
! FOR OUGHS and 50e&$1.00 sweatened it is pleasant to take. !

c'same moment Rear Admiral Enqulst 'LOS Free Trial. Every man of a family should }.' r ".) :hf' schedule figures for the Mayport! branch and Homeatead >
F' disappeared with' his squadron of Uble No. 62 will be
addItional
keep this remedy in his home. eztensii-r. < changed trains being into
put
< R cruisers Surest and ftuickead Cure for all and Majport and the service
and Rear Admiral Y oe er- Buy it now. It may save life. service *r'n between Miami and Homestea4
r THROAT and LUNG TEOUB- .! dlt1i h way, leaving Miami
sam was killed.. being r..inHomes' a. m. and Ietllrnin, leave
PKICE 25a LARGE SIZE 50c.
P.M i mn 2:30 p. m. For correct schedule
US MONEY BACK
g&: Admiral 'Xebogatoff, who had, never or .f address see any agent of tae
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REC TtVEl. shop' The*executive board of the International I SOCIOLOGICALOur I ,ti tbesinm saadBow e f Bears the K

: had :
: l '" union refused to snriotlon : 1W P Y
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'tm-.f : a
general sympathetic strike, and
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Rf;'.'en' Birth Rate Declining. I
ask. '. Canal Condition the local Signature At .I r
=:::: sympathetic strikes were declared J.I n.., -'
"I ;{2 liman'Sh nis' 'of the Panama off. The theory'that: we arelin"danger of t '

.M1,! 4'yip4l l eo mmlsslQnori: .his. return, from One good'result. of this strike .for theconsuming race suicide, finds confirmation In the ness'andReslcontallneithr.r Promole KgcsfioaCheerful- '

'."t Pa na gave out a,full. statement coneernlng'the public is the .Increased ac- bulletin which the census bureau has Uf '
MineraL
Issued, entitled "ProI >rt1on. of Chin ()pwm.Morphine nor -;
I conditions on.the
Isthmus. tivity of the sanitary Inspectors, who "
--.f. :..He'amittedabat: >a mistake,had been have refused to allow many of' the dren In the United States." It Is ed- 1l0T NASCOTIC.i .r ,

.t mildeattheoutset'Intry; lnto'' p ughy3wortbefore shops. to be reopened without radical ited by Professor Walter F. Wilcox of _. ..S..r.a1irwtuD&4NmZm. < ,
Cornell university, who that the
says
; arranging. to care for Improvements as to .cleanliness, ventilation =a ; ".
'
bulletindoes, not pretend to be a complete .,
Lkt:" eDployeea.; It. was true also that etc.Ysamaters I1L .r.l-' kic.twr
census of births but that it Is U
Vk$f.pilsbrerf|had, not been promptly Reelect, Shea. '.an. approximatelyaccurate and significant .

.:... : ;|(*JCand/tii t prices,of food had risen, By,the close vote of::129 to 121 Cor clew." Some of the most in- .JW.u.StIII- It A In I
Itrwtog:. congestion traffic. :
'Y Mr
jto;; nelius P. Shea
teresting conclusions are that the birth ,.w...
fhiltaaald be.had; made_ an arrange. ''
; of Boston was rate has declined persistently since ""'J.d- '

\i itlwitnthe president of. Panama to reflected president 1860 and that the foreign born women '= 1J .r. I A
; I tle:1aborcrs: 'through' UseApetfectRemedyforConslipa
g : commissaryrotations
of the In- of child bearing age show larger per- S
; until. prices become normal
: : terna tionniBrotherhood centage of births than natives. In
1 ;; "eI 'laborer's. camp has such' a'sta.- .. Stomch.Diarrhoea,
,.', of 1800 there were G3-i .c1illdren under lion,Sour
,t f tIOf. :Retrlge ting plantsltre to be -, _. _.: A Teamsters at'its five to 1,000 women of child bearing- .Cortvulsions.Feverish- For OverThirty '! ,

pIaced.tn both of the,company: steam- convention in age, while in 1900 the proportion was oess and Loss OF SLEEP. ,
t. 'and at Colon, so that-all 1lleriCilllkwi ..
'it ,
r Philadelphia, only 474 to 1,000. Xo reason Is advanced -
employeefl.will be/able to ,obtain' the of
thus sustaining.big i for this decline. The smallest '
'{1 -same:fare as they would at home. Het4Ilg I birth in 1900'existed in Massachusetts
; action In rate 3'= Years
i that there undesirable
are
tl many having, called and the next to the smallest in :
conditions but said that these would 1'y1i114IJL
: {'i the Chicago the District of Columbia. The largest
be reformed. On the that he sailed .
| day strike. Similarly proportion in 1000 was In North Da
fttljere:(were only thirty cases of fever kota. The proportion was only two-I
by a close
"f' .;&tbjfoughout the entire district. Work thirds in the cities In the
ns great as
vote the, reportof RIA
1 t ,hlslbeen. stopped In the Culebra cutspgndirtg the strike. country. CASTO

;sanitary Improvements and '
.
jlW /co tn1ction of better quarters forkJi' -_ committee crit- City Boys Choose a Mayor.A EXACT.OW WAAPP... ,
icising him for lesson In civil r
the practical government ,
?laborers. / THE CINTAVM COMPANY NEW TO UK CITY. -
or .his 'course atCornelius is what was intended to.be con- '\ *: 1'7. : '
t'i. Canal-Funds Not All. Spent. P.fihea -
..
,, Chicago was re veyed by an election among the boysof
"_ :\Y After Chairman Shonts' got back to jected. More money was voted for the the New York east side who used .

'f' v:Washington the canal, commission 'is- relief of. several New York'unions. the Hamilton Fish park, lately knownas ,
1 \sued," a :statement, showing that ..out.ofthe .
the City. Park Supervisor -
Debs on New Labor Body. "Playground
by congress DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THE
appropriated
l E; $10,000,000 : In a, signed statement for the Inter- Kelly got the boys interestedin
-
; j'y .for the construction of the ca- the plan some time ago and in due
national Socialist Review E. V. Debs
'oal there -remained on April ;1. when for the various .
form rival candidates
:'i\ commission took hold, 'a flatly contradicts the widely published FLORIDA? *fLv
:: "the present report that he left the recent industrial city offices, from mayor to councilmen EAST COAST OF

y: balance of $7,420,5G& Urge expend convention at Chicago .disgusted with were nominated .the voters were ,
lures for ships and.supplies, as well as duly registered and, after much campaigning
balance $2,810,713' Its work, In organizing the Industrial Especially regarding.Fruit Growing,Trucking and .
_: wages, left a of, the election occurred, Nathan
Workers of the World as a rival to. General Farming? If so, subscribe for the......:... S
Aug. 15.Extra y i the, American Federation of Labor. Kase being chosen mayor. He will {

.. Session.'Unntc..sary. He declares that the capitalist papers select a police commissioner and other FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER. ;

.'if 'A' cable; message from President misrepresented the convention from department heads and boys will be -
'' while the selected to do police duty on play days.
Taft
i Roosevelt to Secretary
;
the first and insists that its work is PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM. .

-it, .,latter :wll8'a. ''IloUo'expressed the opin- entirely satisfactory to him in unitingthe McClure 'on Political Grafters ISSUED ONCE A MONTH SAMPLE COPY FREE.

; ion that an extra session of congress working class In a revolutionary The Philadelphia North American's ADDRESS,

would 'be unnecessary. This particularly with S. S. McClure editor of
: organization. lie calls attention to interview ,
'
"x .' pleased the congressmen In the the fact that neither himself nor De McClure's :Magazine, on the present E. Y. BLACKMAN, Editor, MIAMI, FLORIDA. 'Jl

Taft party as' it would enable them to Leon holds office in" the new'organization. anti-graft war _____
- n
: prolong, their tour..of,,the ,orient in several

,. e 4n&sw9 Vino ItAAII
\dif. Mere Officials Under Probe. Against Printers' Demand. BUllCB 11U3 UCCU John Stetson UniversityDE
has widely quoted. *f
'
office Investigation
A pension
; Addressing: the convention of the

rb .4 been started. ,as',result- of, an- '.official's International, Typographical union at s"k. He characterized the political -- LAND, FLA ';
; carelessness "liT allowing a ..widow's'pension
Toronto, President George II. Ellis of
x for eleven- years Instead of the United Typothetae of America sneak bosses thieves as Affiliated With The University of Chicago'

one ,.- gave due, warning that the proposed who risked
fr The InternaL'revenue service Is also COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those of the University of Chicago. t*
: little house cleaning, Commis-. demand for an eight hour workday a +} nothing out oft :Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and Chicago.
doing a would be the ?
dismissed four. i fought by employing which perjury .COLLEGE OF LAW Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law ia Florida
$ loner Yerkes .having' i printers!' Nevertheless the typos decIded would not help without examination. .

: special agents. to strike if necessary Jan. 1, .i 5' ,(, \ them and who COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGV Mechanical, Civil Electrical Engineering and Manual } I''
.Director Walcott. of the geologicalsurvey'denies 1906. polluted the I Training courses leading to degrees. Fine.new building, costly equipment.

v: : the published charges ,?I creation auJadministration COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Book-keeping by best methods. J k

ti that'officers of the survey have used N Elective courses open in other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building. -

:their official knowledge to benefit the I T COMMERCIALA I PREPARATORY ACADKMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard, Yale, Princeton '
; of law at its
n and all first class
t .Mining World. He admits that a fraction r -.S' Cornell Michigan, Chicago Colleges.
L very source. NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL in its buildin .
subscribed -1. Kindergarten own ,: 2. Primaryand
sy this was -
of
of'the stock paper Floating Exposition. S. S. McClure. Hence they Grammar School in separate building. This School especially prepares Public School

a ; by some members of the sur- The department of commerce and were to be compared with men \vh3 teachers.

vey.' the' labor Is Informed that the Export poison the source of a whole neighbor: MUSIC SCHOOL-A 10,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos, separate building, large faculty ;rt
of the Investigation of thorough courses of study.
.- :"The report
Shipping company of New York is hood's drinking water. Ke express!
Lanston monotype machine contract In ART SCHOOL-New studio. Costly casts,models, etc.
about to equip a. steamer with repre- the opinion that the present reform up-
office, on Stetson has of 48 and instructors. hold from the Uni.
the government printing faculty professors They degrees
to makea lift would be and said that
: the Mergenthaler sentative American products permanent versity of Chicago Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Bryn
charges brought; by 6,000 mile trip around the world In the paramount thing for the American Mawr, Bncknell University of Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over
company, was believed to be favorableto do to focus the state in and million dollar endowment endowed >. ,
w the Interests of American commerce. people to was on $300,000.00 buildings equipment;nearly a quarter : an -
Public/Printer+ Palmer whom de The idea was suggested by a magazine legislatures. library of over 13,000 volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings,including stained
the contract glass windows, 7 oil paintings, $10,000 00 pipe organ;gymnasium with complete apparatus;
article written by an officer of the department an enclosed athletic field running track tennis courts baseball diamond and gridiron be E
P3M. Major.,F.,X: Strong of the inspector THREE JURORS CURED sides swimming, golf, rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women; five

?&'*n.. .general's department, who was sent to Marshall Field's Wealth. Of Cholera \ with Small Bottleof large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics. Bacteriology, Minerology and Biology; several r 4
M' f: the system of graft said to exist large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells, steam heat, cement walks, shell
'af'tite probe arsenal Philadelphia The Chicago board of tax review announces Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and roads;broad avenues, spacious campus shrubbery and trees; social literary, musical and other 1 4s
w Scbuylklll that Marshall Field will pay Diarrhoea Remedy.Mr. students' clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location is its

F' unearthed startling, evidence in the taxes real estate valued it $30,000000 ,- G. W. Fowler, of Hightower, Ala., beautiful and healthful and the expenses are low. i
i; ,testimony'of Morris Busch, a councilman and on on a personal valuation of $10- relates an experience he had while serving For catalogs views, folders and information, address the President, :

of the local political ring, who on a petit jury in a murder case at
000,000. It Is said that Mr. Field pays LINCOLN HULLEY, A. 31., Ph. D", DeLaiid, Fla
could Dot explain his secret agreement Conservative esti- Edwardsville, county seat of Clebourne rety
for'making fur without a murmur. Alabama. He "While
to i'ecrire ai, contract county, says: --- ---
In
to the army stand- mates place his entire fortune the there I ate some fresh meat and some
gloves and up
caps '
below the actual neighborhood, of 150000000. souse meat and it !gave me cholera mor- P
at figure
ard but a shown Standard Oil Dividends. bus in a very severe form. I was never 'SBABARDAIRLIN.
It was
cost to for manufacture.several years a combine of The Standard Oil company has declared more sick in my life, and sent to the drugstore < I
that for a certain cholera mixture, but
had existed secretly, to a dividend of $6 a share for
fur contractors the druggist sent me a bottle of Chamber
? r' the destruction of competitive bidding Sept. 16. This means a distributionof lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy RAIL V LY.. yFOR '

-" aid the defrauding of the government. $0,000,000 to- the_ stockholders. of the instead, eaying that. he had what I -': jAt

Cattle Trains. i great oil trust; of which the personalshare sent for,but that this medicine was eo < (
Wilson Inspect hasi i of John D. Rockefeller Is under- much better he would rather send it to H;

'Secretary of Agriculture Wilson stood to be $2,400,000. This has drawn' me in the fix I"as in. I took one dose Savannah, Columbia. Southern Pines t:

conferred with the live stock and railway attention to the fact that In the past of it and was better in five minutes. The : !
'and observed Richmond Washington Baltimore. t
committee :at ;Chicago three months Mr. Rockefeller has given second dose cured me entirely. Two fellow ,
tea Incoming stock trains. He jurors were afflicted in the same man
the
education and charity at New
to York !
said the cattle appeared to be well away I ner, and one small bottle cured the threeof Philadelphia, ,
: that His investments .
$11,500,000. ..
least
that he was assured that us." For sale! by Red Cross Pharmacy.The .
cared for and outside of Standard Oil are said to pro-

u the railways and shippers were anxious duce $10,000,000 a year. TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. I } ",

.
The sixth annual convention of the most careful farmers ; i

t= LABOR J National Negro Business league has gardenersevery ,
confidence In Ferry'sSeedsthe
Booker T. W place
York
New ,
at
held
been kind that never falL MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.: : .f4.
Bakers Win Strike. Washington presiding. .!be keynote of
Hebrew address was for negroes to get to
bakers
boss his FERRYSSEEDS
:3 .. ,A''large majority of the district of work and improve their condition by ONLY LINE
.
Of,,Local 23 In the Hebrew .
Instead
to create
Jobs
: Saw ork'8.east.'li.side with have the signed striking the.1ID1on' productive of seeking industry them., He advised Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eanfj.For E-

ixi agreement the fires of racial hostility -
that the Clt- against lighting P* han been the standard for 49 yea
bakers. notwithstanding under theleadership In the south.OASI,1'OR.XA.. They are not an experiment: full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard azent, orwrite \ c ;
kens' industrial association Bold by all dealers. 1905 Seed.1 to wr.. /
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r : ot C W. Post:, had come,.to..the'stof A. O. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYL TON Jr. : : -
The, emt Hart Always Baagiitcf ,

<,""'1 "t .pio1ers 1tr1kers" demands bad th'galread1 as to conceded wages. hours; the the Bawls the lWr ]I I .ua.reelortheUting., Asst. General Passenger JACKSONVILLE Agent, FLA Passenger Agent. ,, 4


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.:-'; :- f <;;. ";; f.'tH"p MlA""' ';., il 3J'. = era'of rain., The'. grovee look:; fine:andptomieiig. with, ,three teachers. .An extra : +

,:b.t;;;,- ''....,....;,.'" ... .,1WilJA, ;;J..;. -> '-.H.. VA i.'i'k .. !ee;$.:. ;}- ... ':some are getting 'ready.'for room will have.JO-- be: secured to accommodate Largest, and OldestBank
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$: ,;I.l" mS&Smm, residents and'I81t0J:8a: ',preparing foras extra rooms for the pupils of No.5, Foreign Countries.
,, ;retnrn. the. school- filled overflow Patronage appreciated. Prompt service
k 't -j': ,;,,,-,"' 1 'd i'-J: :early : < new being to polite treatment and every favor consistent
e F. W. Morrison and Bon;Gay,=who left inz. with conservative banking granted. 1:1
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i YTat ,OarGOrrCSpolddlts', ,. -- as some weeks. since for ,a'tour tfor!rest Messrs Norwood1, '& ,Oaban census COBBESPONDENTS:
i ;}l "; > : : and health, through Virginia;thence to takers, are in Baa Gallie this week. Empire Trust Company If. Y. Florida
;.:..!"' f to" ln' Ita:. II Bank & Trust Company, JaeksoncilleFIa.TITUSVILLE.
fk '-' tigJ.' "",...., lDt'e'. res" Chicago! ,.III.! thence Kenosha,'Wig., and Another car load of fish was shipped
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l ... ; .. finally to his boyhood, home in the latter from Eau Gallie on Sunday last. FLORIDA.
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''t,v'." i.\'. 1'L.. mu c.....POINT."' ': state; are. sooq to return .here, to, their Rogero & Co. will make Eau Gallie the .
bI / ':; ,Henry Banks, of ,La,Grange, is.at the southern home in'Georgians It ia hoped starting point for their line of freight and F

'Jf r: Breaker; Beabreeze.'for: a!:few,:days: ;,bet they.have been much benefited by this passenger. launches.,, The fine barber PENNEY & BRANNINGVF

,'. t ;:fore coming to City Point Jor the month, heir.outing during their absence from here is the attraction.. ,.

,i!' i i \ 'of Septembec.He: 'aye this .!ia the only their. southern l home. TITUSVILLE y yV

;ir.,'c i ilt .place.be baa. ever found in. the, United Mr.' Edwin Nelson and w together Are you lacking in strength and vigor? .-
;
-J' :States.or Canada where, he: ia spared 'an with Mrs.. Nelson's father, 0.. N..Page, of ,Are you weak? Are yon in pain? Do '
.l:4"i" attack'of hay fever"; and his' stay' here is this place, who left here nearly a month you feel all run down ? The blessing of

"i-::: p D on_that,.account, but also.to ago for a rather extended trip for sightseeing : health and strength come to all who use Fashionable ClothiersGents' :

fJ iJ: 8ee tohe building of a nee.. packing and health through Texas, NewMexico Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.. 35 eta ,.

tZ :. house' Arizona, California and Oregon, Ask,your druggist.

'flt/. _:Charlie.Hentz, ,as he was known to and spending a time .at Portland, in the -=_ 'and Furnishers
. alternate, visiting the summer exposition MELBOURNE.Mr. .
44 about every one from Titusville. ,to Cocoa, ,
expects to sail from Rio. (de .Janeiro. for there: are having a pleasant time oft Seth Rodes has returned to his
,;J in October and aft visiting his judging from letters'received from themon railroad duties after short vacation ':
,England a spenton The
Queen Quality Shoe for ladies is the
-1t..:, ''''' : wife's. mother in London will bring his their journey. the bluff with his folks. He, like
; .
x:; '' .Rev. A. V. Hiscock, who has been suf- most stylish and durable in the world. In
1 family to' the..,United States and'spend others, find Melbourne a. delightful spot
. j;;:' f ,some time at the old home at City Point. ring from an epithelioma of the face or to" come to in winter or summer. % addition we keep the famous Edwin Clapp and -

:.':;01' This will be,,welcome:news to. his many lip for some time in the past, has visited Capt. D. St. Clair Nisbet, of Indianola, Crossett Shoes. All high class goods to be

:ft....: old .friends- on Indian river. DeLand for treatment, and has returned brought Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Buck and 0' found here. Manhattan Shirts, E. & W. Collars
Jo.". ;.' conservative! estimate of. the orange home rnnch benefited by the x-ray treatment son to Melbourne.last Sunday in his trim Stetson and Enox Bats

'i ? ,crop in this section places the number of nnder Dr. Davis, of that place. little launch. Mrs.'Buck and son remainas r

fi?: boxes at 8000. guests of Mayor Stewart and familyfor
; .School Walker in Rheumatism, gout, backache, acid time while Mr. Buck returned and t that
t4t', Superintendent was poison, are results kidney trouble. Hoilister's a up ueett Anything everything else
'.$' :: City Point on Tuesday and Wednesday Rocky Mountain Tea goes direct.. the river Sunday night with Capt. Nisbet.

.. ::... -arranging to have ..a. school house built, ly to the seat of the disease and cures Mayor'Stewart and party were guests of men wear yon can buy here.
... the number of young children being snfficient where all else fails. 35 cents. Ask your Hotel Carleton on Sunday; 3

?(;' .i' to induce the school board to grant druggist. .Postoffice Inspector Lake Jones visited y MAIL ORDERS SPECIALLY SOLICITED

,cif ':: : S the petition of the parents for a school TROPIC. the Melbourne postoffice last week. He

.' here. said he found here of the best
:: one kept
> l' Sir. W. J. Ragan and family, of Banyan SAN MATEO CIGARSHave
(z: "; JThe very objectional practice, so prevalent spent Sunday with friends here. offices in the state. While in MelbourneMr.
in Cocoa of using the public thoroughfare Jones of Hotel
ir ',' We notice a good many Eau Gallieitesover was a guest Carleton,
1V}; V ." for playing ball, is in full swing frequently Wonder what the attraction and was delighted with his cool, com- Made a 1

i'-: -'> in front of our postoffice and store. is? fortable quarters in this popular hotel. Reputation .

I INDIANOLA. Mrs. Cain, of Roseland, spent several Miss Effie Rodes was a guest of Mr. of Their Own.
and Mrs. .R. A. Conkling, of Tillman, last
'- '! .' Mr. D. St. C.Nisbet took Mr. and Mrs. days with Mrs. Grant this week. week. The success of the San Mateo Cigaris I

.A. A. Buck and bliss Helen Cannata in Mr. Henry Casper took quite a party Mr. and. Mrs. Chas. Ballou and two one of the greatest triumphs #

;hia ,launch to Melbourne to spend the over to Eau Gallic Saturday afternoon, sweet little children of of the East Coast since the freeze. 'l
Bayonne planta
Mr. and
Mrs. Casper, Mr. and Mrs. Mo
t- ,-day Sunday., Jnnkin and Mrs Schofield. tion, Tillman, were pleasant visitors in Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the
%s'r; : .' Miss Virginia Carrio returned to her Miss Minnie Mathers of Eau Galhe Melbourne during the past week. Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East
.1' "home in Fernandina to resume her duties Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beaujean and lit Coast plantations, the cigar industry of the world has never produced a better article.
'-<' teaching, school opening in a few visited Miss,Versie.Smith this week. tie daughter, Miss- Jessie. went to Eau I: For sale by all the l leading hotels and clubs and by the Union News Company
Geneva Smith visited over Sunday with every train entering Florida. 1;
.* days. Gallie Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. :
Sallie Mathers of
.Mr. C. Grigga brought a party of tent Eau' Gallie. Claude Edge, returning home Sunday. Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from. ,
For some reason the water in both Banana
in a launch from Titusville Sunday re and Indian rivers is exceedinglyhigh. evening.Mrs. manufactured by s. W. ROWLEY, San Mateo, Fla.SCREENS.

burning same evening. John Goode and daughter, Mrs.
-:' Mis. W. B. and Miss Alice Sanders A home L.C. Moore, visited Cocoa last week,
very pretty wedding was
spent Wednesday Titusville. stopping one day here at Hotel Carleton, '
solemnized at Mr. H. H. Grant's Mon-
ti j 4V Mrs. S. J. Field entertained all her
their back Roseland.
day evening 28 at 8:30 when his on way to
Aug. ,
neighbors at a candy pull Thursday, and,
Work last the
began Monday on new
and Mr. Allen Cain
daughter, Maybelle,
AS usual, had a'jolly evening. united in Mr. home on the bluff for the Hon. Geo. R. I
were marriage by Ensey,
fvhj r Good advice-to women. If you want a whanged the beautiful" and impressive Lyons, of Waukegan, Ill. For doors and windows

s beautiful complexion, clear skin, bright Episcopal, marriage service.. The bride Col. T. J. Shave & Co. have boughtthe

V', .eyes,red lips, good health,take Hollieter's was gowned in white, trimmed with lace, Gates place in South Melbourne, covered with any wire.... ; f'
; Rocky Mountain Tea. There is nothing and wearing a of white roses and through our real estate agent, Mr. R. W.
like It. 35 cents, .tea or tablets. Ask spray Goode. Improvements will begin at
$. your druggist ferns. The groom wore the conventionalblack. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO., z
once.
rf _. After the ceremony followed sup-
%'rte" 1'V, COCOA.. per. Besides relatives of the contracting Sprains.S. Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material. w

r / Mr. Walker Blair, of Merritts Island, parties the only guests were Mr. Elijah Eau Gallie, Florida.
left in and sisters Mr. Mathers and A. Read, Cisco, Tex., writes, March
last weeks.. or a few months stay Smith Mrs.
11, 1901: "My wrist sprained -- -- -
Leesburg.. Schofield. ,The beet wishes of our community was so
badly by a fall that it was useless; and J. E.WALKER. H. B. MACE.
Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Lapham and little go with them fona long and hap-
daughter, Abbie, left Thursday for Tampa py life. after using several remedies that failed to JOHN R. WALKER & CO.

and Yhpr City, returning Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cain left Tuesday give relief, used Ballard's SHOT: Liniment ,

The Cocoa and Eau Galhe baseball morning for Roseland, where they will and was cured. I earnestly recommend Titusville Fla.
Eau Game visit few before Mel- it to any one suffering from sprains." ,
teams played a game at on a days returning to
Thursday last. The score stood 6 to 2 in bourne;where they will reside. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau
""S Gallie Pharmacy, Eau 5allie, Fla.
favor of Cocoa.
'- DRY GOODS
i The Jensen and Cocoa colored baseball EAU OALLIK. -.5 : :
thunder down- The eath occurred at Madison Sundayof )
: 'teams played a game on Saturday after Heavy accompanied' by
noon which resulted in a score of 14 to 4 pour of rain on Monday last Allene, wife of Rev. H. B. Frazee, a
in favor Cocoa. The dark nights are favorable to fish well known Methodist minister in the .

Mr. W. E. Booth will put a five-room jug and many are being shipped. Florida conference. CLOTHIGJGENTS'
addition to his house. Alex. Near left for the scene of his last

': V The carpenters are at work on the large contract near'Tillman with J. R. Nicholson -. hrraa...

addition Mr. S. F. Travis is adding,to his as assistant. ; FURNISHINGS
: house. B. M. Baxley and family will move to !
Mr. James Boyle is painting the insideof his new home south of Melbourne next i j Avers

Mr. J. P. Cooper's drug store. week.' Mr. and Mrs. Baxley will be I; SHOES
much missed here,where they have many .
KOCKLKDGE."The friends.V. ) V }

; Ladies Aid society will give an ice i. Volker's launch, the Livonia, Ms Why is it that Ayer's Hair J :.

ream social soon. The date has not now finished and is proving a fast little I Vigor does so many remark- : MILLINERY i

been eet.LiUle vessel. Mr. Volkfc had a party of friends I able things? Because it is a r
.
Robert Hatch celebrated his 4th over to the beach on Sunday last, return- i hair food. It feeds the hair, ,
s birthday on Friday with ice cream and jug during the afternodn. !
r puts new life into it. The hair j
.cake. We regret to announce the decease of FURNITURE.' '
Miss Ella Brown, who has been. staying Mrs. J. Gosch, which took place on Friday j I -

:-V V with her cousin, Mr. Albert Smith, night last Mrs. Goech had been an':' Hair Vigorcannot :;"f

=since last winter, left on Saturday for her invalid for some time, and her death was 0 .::= :;:: .::;- : : : {\j
home in New York, to the regret of her not unexpected.* The remains were interred -j keep from growing. *-<
44s many friends. in the Eau Gallie cemetery. We We want your patronage.
Iezt.end And gradually all the dark,
,Mr. Albert Taylor, with his launch our sympathies to the bereaved I Our aim is
to please
rich color of early life comes yOU.New .
f + Eagle, took, Mr. C. W. Williford to, see husband in this sore affliction. I
his place below Rockledge on Sunday. Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson Cocoa on back to gray hair. ,,,,,, Up-to-Date Goods in

. (0 ., Mr. and Mrs. Frye, of Bonaventure, Friday last via the East Coast line. I hair"Wb WM n about r ant all used ro"'!Ayers. Hut Hair now it Vigor\a.. ut my<.erich Line. every
ri and Mrs. Lipp, of Cocoa, spent Tuesday G. F. Paddison was away in the Wy -MBS.black SCSAH and KLOPFK all thick:>STIIS.as I: could TuscuinbU.w'.10.

i at City Point. nona making a business trip. Ala. Mail orders receive
{ e .: Mr. George Gingras' new engine, for Superintendent Walker was in town on f All JO ilrutfcritta.a bottle. 3.inwcn.C. AYF.Rco..l Nit. I prompt and -
" =-'. v his racing boat, has' arrived and the boat Wednesday last looking over school mat I for careful attention.

{i.il .x 'will be launched in a day or two. IHs ters. Mr. Walker also visited schools on
: ?an posed that his will be the fastest boat Merrills Island. I Gray Hair A At
t'A' JOHN R. WALKER & CO Tit usyill ,
-"t''. .xt J-'e river. I The colored school is closed for this seat Ha

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