The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00329
 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 8, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00329
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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"<, %i,,'''.'. .4"';;f ,\ .."jpiipmspf: >> I torney fVoiu@ia, county., 'nee: in townWednesday MANGES1NTMN: stock. We are going to ride right over IN FAIR FLORIDA
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2 <:}; 1il,. ,Gwisral latent .fiat; l Hapmi .. Ift !- of his property on Julia, street Enlarging Stores and Moving About the shall we clean house any and carry-overs.our prices will What is Being Done Towards the, Development
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T IBITS Jg w mm assistant teacberin: the{public school,arrived NEW MASONIC BUILDING countless bargains; some of them too INDUSTRY & AGRICULTURE
: small to mention here today, gone tomorrow -
from Hawthorn and is
: Wednesday
.t' '" 'ClpttlParigraplis- : many of them representing extraordinary .

'$ii 1 l1t.: |; AboiitPeople" that stopping'Sheriff. .at Brown the Indian arrived River home hotel.Saturday Mandarine .and Walker Are, Hoi -Occu few of these values.that are We likely mention to attract belowa Paragraphs that 1111! Be Eagerly' Sought : ; -

l ';' Tr nfl) .and There New your attention that will probably, be exhausted For All Subscribers ; '
,,,.; : ,w. \,, from Lemon City. Mrs.:Brown_ and little pying Building in short order. j by ,

't "if ,:- It'it'.: --.v. -jr, daughter are.expected home today. The Indian Head linen, shrunk; 46 inches

!.4't1 ;a 1".i _Father 0'Boylerfrom; ; Daytona, was in sheriff baa,been quite ill with recurring This has been a week of busy moving wide, special price 19 cents per'yard. Three new dynamos will soon be added

_:: Mown last Saturday and spent day hereamong fever again this week. and business changes in Titusville and ,. ,French lawns, 46 inches wide; for to Daytona's electric light plant at a

<: his friends. these movements mark the prediction il. wai@tsandsuiteregalarprice35centsavard cost of$2OJOoo.School .
Miss Hildagarde
Mann of Ormond .
special 18 cents.
.: i!- L1 "i Haile and \w9 little daugb:= spent Friday night in TStueville. ,She is a prosperous and businesslike winter White sheer organdies regular price Superintendant R. E: Hall, of

,4 c terMary and Dorothy, returned'.home one, of.,Lake county's successful teachers. season to Come. 30 cents per yard, special at 16 cents. Dade county, is finding considerable dif :

; :f rq.m their viait to St. .Augustine, Satur-, and-was on her way to Montverde, where The first change 'was the moving of tine. Some in endless,unusually varieties low prices of colors.in brillian-You ficulty in securing teachers for the schools

tifdai. she_will teach this year. Mandaville's jewelry store into the new might not need these now, but you will :, at West Palm Beach and Miami.k

1t :Perfect as a beverage or medicine, is I. Mr. R. E. Mims and wife, Bonaven store under Manic hall. This being in a few weeks and you can gave money Recent Atlantic storms!! have such made
; : : =the kind used by done Penney & Branning immediately re- by buying now.
,;j.W Harper Whiskey: tore,1 were in town the early part of the such inroads on Amelia Beach that the'
Sold by R. L. Motlow moved the intervening partition between Corsets in all the new models tapering
joqr grandfather. ,
.. :! week-Mr. Mims attending the meeting of waists, and a girdle as well, all citizens of Fernandina may call on the ,
and F. A. them and the vacated jewelry store giving -
a ;:Lesley.H the school board with Messrs. E. B. Arnold sizes, special 98 cents. government to build sea wall protection.

'; ;":*: Mr:'A.K. Wilson, wife ,and baby, ofIflilTprtPierce and ,A. J. Carter. Miss Susie C. them" a store with Jnlly 30 feet front. Boyp' knee pants worth 75 cents, for Additions made'to ,the hotels at Sea. *'
members this firm .
have just returned
4 j, spent'Sunday and part of Mime arrived.Wednesday. on. a visit to Ladies ready-to-wear hats almost one breeze and Daytona Beach during the i#
from New York where they e
: if* Monday in<'Titusviile, with his brother, her friend Miss Teeter:' : purchased
'J.f tiT ; half of their regular value.Lsdies' summer will provide accommodation for

'J }'i"J.Mr.;Harry.Wilson vand wife.' :. Mr.'G. F. Ensey, of Tropic,'was a callerat stock of,a very large and well selected and 26-inch umbrellas, made of a at least two hundred more guests next r r
gents' furnishing goods
i. .4 :- > good quality of gloria silk, in endless variety -
-5: JKrVCarroll_ Branning was a. passenger this i office Tuesday. Mr. Ensey w I1 season.A ,
4"" clothing, which will attractively displayed of handles, special $1.39. .J
r' p5r -* .bn the eouth bound traiaSunday, enronte be pleased to correspond with any party in their enlarged quarters. Children's parasols, in fancy colors at company with a capital of $10,000 to
.j.... to" ,.his..home. 1est Palm Beach after1f' who is desirous of making a profitable The third change was the moving of a great: sacrifice. be called the Maul! Manufacturing company f k}
Depending a week or so the coast. investment Ladies' tailor made dress skirts at a has
up been
>;: in the manufacture of his new W. R. Walker's business into organized at Palatka for _
> grocery greatly reduced price.:
1T/. ;" _,Miss AUce ,Sanders, of .Indianola,.has explosive,which costs.less than dynamiteand the Masonic building which was accomplished Ribbons in all the latest shades at a the manufacture of orange box hoops -

). been appointed to a position in the Miami fully.displaces gunpowder. Address Wednesday, mention of which sacrifice. \ and crates.

tj f : public school,and will enter upon the him as Tropic. was'made in these columns last week. Ladie' shoes at cost, and in some instances The second baseball game of the series ,y"ffcr =

p- defies of her,new. position next' Monday. IMr. F. A. Mann, the veteran Florida Lastly there came the induction of a of styles.at less than cost, in endless variety between the fast Braidentown team and < *

T.A .:Mr. B, B. Pyles gave up his position! editor, is preparing to bring out before the new store in town, J. R. Walker & Co. JULIUS KLINE, Lake City last week went to the Braiden .

?;;-'I last.week'on the 31st.ultimo;with Pritchird -, coming tourist season a new,book, called opening up a hardware store in the place Titnsville. Fla. towns in a walk. Thescore was Braiden-

lt \. A Son and accepted a position .in the East Coast Fishes, which will describe just recently occupied by W. R. Walker, town 9, Lake City 1. li

4 ?: ., .store of,J. B. Walker & Co. last Friday. .and classify the different kinds of fish next door to THE STAR building. This FOR SALE. Harry Lee Hoffman, a prominent Odd

"WJ* -Mr. J.: A., Collins, spent Sunday with found in this section and will be of great will be managed. a branch of the department orange Five trees acres and of good garden land, with suitable improve for Fellow, suicided at his mother's grave in

:: ti8better ball at Coronado beach near interest to all who enjoypiecatorialaport. ator&of,. L IL- Walker: ,&.Co. ments.. Located on Indian river front, Chicago, Friday. From papers found in

,, 1 i 'New. Smyrna, where Mrs. Collins 'is staying Mr. Mann's portoffice address is:now Bu- with R. R. Pyles charge of the same. half mile from station. AddressR. his possession he was a member of the

J *;; :\ for awhile enjoying the ocean breezes low Florida. A stock of hardware, tinware, crockery, .Frontenac N. SIMMONS, Fla., Fort Dallas Lodge, I. 0. 0. F,. No. 44. '4' .

11.% r" ?:' .' and eea. bathing. etc., is being opened up as fast as same Judge W. S. Bullock.of Ocala, has rendered s; ;

' ;, ;t a:;:-> 'i' Miss Grace' 'Reed now holds the responsible time NOW to bay is the can arrive. ST. LUCIE'S FIRST COURT- TEEM. a decision sustaining the action of
and bookkeeper Fall Winter All these business changes show that the board of county commissioners of
I.ffiJ ': positionpf stenographer or Today,
there is great confidence in the future of Judge Jones leaves this ,week for a stay
next Tuesday and Wednesday I offer Manon county in subleasing the
with the hardware firm of Pritch-, county
: Titnsville of few his farm calledKlondike
ALL woolen dress goods AT COST. 'Twill a business 'center and we a days at ,
" may '. .ard&Son,. This; firm has also engaged boy NOW. Get prices. challenge any town in the state of its size a few miles west of Sebastian. Week after convicts to B. W. Blount, a turpentine
< Master Frank Skill clerk. FURNITURE to show as handsome and as well stocked operator.T. .
.t as DRY .
..{. : next he expects to hold the first term of
-;":'< Salina Jones, colored, the wife of .Isaac .. A. Gardner, Titusviile, Florida. stores as this place contains. circuit court in the new county of St. Edward Fitzgerald has resumed '

'; '} .';Jones,died Saturday afternoon, followingTea MEETING TOWN COUNCIL.The Lncie at Fort Pierce. The regular An charge of the Daytona Gazette-News and ,
"' an illness of three months, aged 40 years. gust! term of connty court for Brevard, is now making a stock company out of .

h The funeral service was held Sunday af The Florida Automobile associationheld Sept. 5th town with council quorum met present.Tuesday evening which was postponed for a month owingto the paper. The stockholders of the new

:.:ii_. '1 if .ternoon from the Baptist church. a meeting at Daytona last Friday The petition of Major Taylor was read the absence of Judge Penney, will convene company are T. E. Fitzgerald C. M.

?';.':.-;,r:" JudgyPenny, wife and daughter, MIPSLollie and elected Asa Paine of Minneapolis, and same was laid on the table for future in this place next Monday. Bingham, Jr., and J. D. C. Morris.d'

Minn., as president. Mr. Paine is a consideration. The Lakeland Hotel is
"f / arrived home from their month'ssojourn Statement from John Henry with check company a new
, wealthy lumberman of the Flour city FISH NETS CONFISCATED.Game ;'
organization composed of enterprising
1.'J;# in the north Sunday afternoon. for $61.70 was read a:,u filed.
;i'' } ',The Judge contracted; a severe cold on enthusiastic automobilist and vice-pres- The registration book was revised and Warden T. A. Robinson was in business men of that place formed for ,

:, i:. *:' -tfie return trip. They report a fine time. ident of the Minneapolis Automobile the following names stricken: town Tuesday for the purpose of confer the purpose of erecting a large tourist ho- -

-1 club. DEAD. ring with Prosecuting Attorney D. L. tel at Lake Mirror, a suburb of Lakeland.The .
Mrs. P.-J. Hall and Master Frank and Gaulden
!JJ.1f For the past two years Mr. Paine has W. B. English M. Goldsmith, W. H. regarding thedi@positionofsome capital stock of the new i is -
"" .Miss Kittibarrivet home from their confiscated fishing nets and a boat that company
., stay
B !:;. spent the winter season in Daytona, and Hunter, John Mack and Nathan Webber.LEFT $50,000.
,afternoon. he recently secured near Pineda, but ow- '
lk1io\ Monday
; St. Augustine on
for several winters made TOWN
previous Rock- ing to Judge Gaulden's absence from the
:?i '. 'v Mrs' Hall states that her mother's health ledge his headquarters.The B. F. Brown, A. W. BOle, W. M. town the early part of the week the conference At a meeting of the state board of par- a rS i

.'::'i t. ,/ ',was about the same-in a very feeble con- automobile association has been Brown colored, J. M. Dixon, D.T. Evans, did not take place. dons, Thursday, Aug. 31st, the death ..t
dltion. G. W. Fletcher, G. A. Frost, T. D. Feas- warrant for the execution of Isaiah z r sCooper
!'J : without a president since the resignationof ter W. E. Goldsmith Hamilton
f'iff Henry FOR RENT. was withdrawn and the sheriff of
r Monday Was Labor day and while everyone Eo M. Stack last winter. C. C. Hicks, J. Motlow, W.T. Mathes,
"J. f 'in Tituaviile was quite aware of its The election of Mr. Paine will meet C. N. Minis', \1. Neenan, Celleam Robinson Three or four acres of garden land with De Soto county was instructed to hold 4
with and the small house and out buildings. The Cooper in custody until further direction.
popular Daytona Geo. W.
't: << still it was Scobie, M. A. Stewart, J.
,: significance,
> importance Gazette-News says the association will D. Teeter, Fred Washington, 0. C. Yates land is good for potatoes, beans, toma- Cooper was to have been hanged last
!'i-iJf. !.not'generally observed. We note that undoubtedly move forward with rapid clerk toes, etc. Apply to lt
The and marshal made their
regular Friday, Sept. 1st, for the murder of Marshal
'I':' bank and the under his administration. N. X. PENNY -
t ", the Indian-River State strides monthly reports The following bills Bowman, of Punta Gorda. t
Florida. v
[ : poetoffice observed it as a holiday. were audited and ordered paid: i{
:% wr.u",Everett E. Bass, of Kissimmeewas I. R. S. Bank, interest on warrants____$ 18.02 TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. "
: Yon will save money by going to Pen- East Coast Lumber & Sup. Co., lumber 7.59Van :. NEW CHANNEL COMPLETED.The .
i't!. in Titusville Monday afternoon to' ney & Branmng's for" your Clothing, T. Worley_____________________ 13.35 The regular September examination of
;} appear before the board of county commissioners Shoes, Hats,' Fancy and White Vests,, 0. A. Stewart_______: ___________ 3.00 dredge Klondike, from Daytona, teachers is being held here this week ;
T. Elec. Light Co., street _______ 7500 which has been cutting a channel for the
lights in the school
Shirts Neckties Belts Collars public
,- in regard to securing a permit Hosiery. building, the }
Van marshal's
liki '" fora license to sell liquors; wines and Cuffs, etc'. Van T.T. Worley Worley,, sanitary___salary.50.00__________ 30.00 Canaveral club near the club house on examination being in charge of Prof. H.

Eau Gallic. The permit was A complete stock of Clothing and Gents' R. R. Pyles, clerk's salary__.._______ 5.00 Banana Creek, completed the contract E. Wakefield. There are: only five examinees '.
beer. in Furnishings. Any and everything that' John Henry_____.___._____.__________ 2.50 this week and passed by here on the return as follows: Miss Clementine 4, .
&w 'granted an<) Mr. Bass returned home the men wear can be found there. E. L. Brady & Bro., horse feed_______ 9.26 Singleton, .Misa Mamie Hardee, of Kock- ,
::fit.. ? next day. All goods marked in plain figures, one The Florida Star, pub. tax sale______ 13.20J. to Daytona Tuesday. The dredge ledge, Miss Frances Arnold, of Malabar; :
:.IJ.!.e price to all., D.Ennis-------- 1J>0 made a cut 2,000 feet in length 22 feet Miss Genie Harris, of O teen, and Miss '

i Maj. Britton, who has been on THE STAR PENNEY & Bit'xxING, ____.__ wide, with a mean depth of 3 feet below Susie Glad win, of this place: u w
f.5\tk"-t first week in July, returned Total ______________ 22863 ,
STAR since the The Clothiers and Furnishers, the low water mark in about a week's I
in Sea Breeze the first of Titusvilte Fla. FOR TOWN CLKKK AND
i to his home TREASURER. '
> ; : HORSES FOR SALE.J. time of actual cutting! The contract y
-: .this. week. Having been recently appointed B. Magrnder is off buying a lot of: price paid for this work was$1,000 which, I hereby announce myself candidate
NEW POPULAR MUSIC. for re-election ix
for that place, he is to the office of clerk and
1\f ., postmaster horses and mules. He will have one hun- of course, includes the expense of towingthe
) treasurer at the coming town election for r {
:3. ; awaiting the arrival of his commis- Silver Heels is the'title to a new In- dred head for sale. Mr. Magruder will
now dredge here, and its return the trips Titusviile, to be held the fourth {
of the office which is dian intermezzo two-step just out, composed have a carload in Titnsville on Oct. 15th. Monday e
!;1tt ripn{ to take charge in October and
by the author of Hiawatha. The Write Magruder, at Orlando, stating just taking up as much time as the work of respectfully solicit the qr i= .
.. i arrive almost any day. support of friends. If elected willserve
expected first strain is an absolutely new theme, the kind you want and he will have one dredging. About five feet of water can my 1
.. :.., colored brought the kind that people will whistle. Thena the town as faithfully in the future ; ':", was .
Mrs. Loo Strickland, to suit you in the lot. Satisfaction guaranteed be carried from here to the landing at in the past a_ .
few bars of real tom-tom Indian
n': office Tuesday samples of growing or no eale. the club house with
aa to" this precedes an exquisite strain such as Mor the present high R. R. PYLIW. .a,, '. -J
;f rice, peanuts and matured sweet potatoes et is famous for. Introductory price 25 NEW GROCERY STORE. stage of water. j
on her place within the corporate cents. HENRY BEN CKE-GUSS REPAIRED. f # J.
.".t x:;;s: >limits of' the town. These show what Gloriana waltz is another Septemberissue Mrs. M. L. Peacock keeps a well assorted NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE. Specially made gun springs warranted } :!
stock of in
pan be done through the thrifty efforts with very fascinating French strain groceries the store form- Citrus stock grown on high pine land. not to break. Everyone carefully tested. $
known the
which once heard will not be forgotten. erly as Scrimgeour building, Guns stocked af
J; r. of our colored people when they try and Introductory price 25 cents. i cornet Main street and Washington ave Indian River Nurseries, established J886- .H. BENECKE it
for Toledo -i5
Send and West ,
.- 3 there are numbers of them who are raak'ing The new song, In Dear' Old Georgia, nue. Prompt service, low prices, reliable Palm Beach, Fla.; Box il'i, Titusville, Fla. *n vr; w 'I
&7s f' i a success of gardening. by the writer of In The Shade of the Old goods. r :

: Apple Tree, is making quite a hit as a NEW RESTAURANT.If FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. BLACKSMITH SHOP. rDon't i
:tt Mr. J. D. Crabb, of Lake City, ex- popular ballad. Introductory price 25 <
-s ,beets. to move his family back to Titus- cents. .. you want a meal or table board at About 88 acres of good high land on forget I do all kinds of black- -s gb.
fi,_'i'' villa, their former home, and will occupy The above new issues of music can be reasonable prices! patronize' the Peacock I the east or ocean side of the Indian rive smith and wagon work, horse shoeing ,.
: $i" ;their cottage near Main street. On this supplied by the Indian River Music: Restaurant, corner Main street and Washington at the Narrows, described as follows: Lot and gun repairing. Call and see me. ;

i liaccoont Mrs. Feaster and her daughter, House, Titusville. ] avenue. No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section J. D. Essis, Titusville.'Fla. JJ-. ,

Jfl: i;/\.)IlL.Breitwiacb, have given up the ,I I 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. ,. ..r..
.; '-Crabb cottage and have;moved into the The Steam Laundry has made ,I Call at Titusville'Livery. at rear of This land is unimproved but finely lo Panama bats cleaned, blocked and new. \ \ .

,.: "? ... ,-. vJer cottage recently vacated by Mr. Mrs. C. Collins agent Leave work at I! Robbins' law office, for stylish rigs. I cated. For further particulars address bands put on, $r.50. Miami.. teara Laun .;..
'': ;;. ytee'l family, who went to Bt.''Aogasweek. the F. E. C. Grocery. Fine work., satisfaction i Leave yont orders for hauling both double E. M. Low, dry. C. Collins, Ag't. Safckel leaves '..

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DV ---- caffafthe but
tennlror depot
.. DCTDIMCTOBY. B. ; t Caroihialy.Searles; *
..<. ">' ,"' ....---. ',.". '...- o-..- rth'Dakotao'Myr. T.Herrlck.Ohio; the cabman:slumberlng7peacefully on ( ,,: k'-fc h
i'ii:4.-.1.J: : the back'seat., 'Unwilling to awake the '': .
?4' ; ffWJr. .; Hv ChamberlainOregon; ', ;Jehii.the: mounted the .1tJ"
-- secretary
.. -r.: uelW.; Pennypicker'P z n8lvan1 ; G: weary '
.l: OmCEB8.--DT.E.E. ,mayor 1L;,Utter, ?Rhode 'Island'Sr, H.. Elrod,' box'and?drove :himself ,to the home.ot: A Healthy Liver( MakesA 3
"k.V..JWo Nlt"t' :u4.tu ;; a In-law: Here
er.: Eugene Golick .brother-
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'iI'y'D: '-" J hnh'W South Dakota; :Jl:,.L Cox, Tennessee
"- > ,L. Fylea etarr',and treasarer; .
,, :, : : astonished and
,-::- \ he awakened the cabby Well Man
.dt IiieaeyrarerorJno:; ',Walter;.D. B.fi."it John:;p.Cutler:; ; Utah; C.-J.:; Bell Vermont .
; ?tdwd LL kotlow;F. 'Morgan .W. dlsmisse him with, more than the
:" ::,. ':tai t' ; .+ ; Andrew;J...:Montague, Virginia;
s.&mn1Dl'r counalmB. \The'.eaancii. usual .
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1 '! 7,:!<.. meettl drat Tueeday ID ekfi mOlbu.', '
t, : ,;WestYirglnia'j.M., ; : La Fofette aAHTORSA.Beam : : : .
s<<:;.t .i"t.'fJ:" ?r '001JJ( DIRECTORY., Wisconsin;'John B.BraOy, Alaska 1li. ( The lind( YOI Hats Always lioegd

;:jj''';'. ;;"OOUNTYOFYUEBB.AD.Penpey.Tituavtie : > ;:Joseph. H. .."Klbbey.-Arizona.. .;, iliguelAiOterb j' d-.t-- '
""" ( : :'':' ; county judge;D.NL. Gsaldep, ,Time New.Mexico; Thomas.B. Fer- 017 ..
.:.i '!" ;\ville;'prosecuting attorney 'A. A."Stewart Oklahoma.f -
1' r "'Tituarine; clerk circuit court;' P/A,MeMfll -' gnson< -- ---
.. .Jl. ; ..n,Eaa GallieMf ;E.W.Hall,I I Two,''vacancies:In"the llsf of.;fifteen -
of'the ne Most Velrablt'Set of Yacht and FoolBrildiN -
taioonedorJohnHenryTitaa- r residents District of. Colombia
W tr.Timrille.:.:: ; .
'TiUe, trewnrer; J.i JL' Wdkei;-Titusvttle, have been'filled by.the'appointment of ;.BoolssseArbluhed.RUDDER

:!fl?* :superintendent of public instruction;''J.O.: General'John M. Wilson,.chahmm'ot ; ..... --,
_ "'1$;= Fries, ntoaville;I county surveyor; 7. P.:. ,
Brown,Titalfmeab ; W. S.; Norwood, he, last ,Inauguration .committee, and HOW'-TO BOOKS 1 A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND and the HOST PEE-

.: f.Titusville. ,registration ,officer. John, F. W11kl\ s.._ The other district FECT LIVER MEDICINE KNOWN. Do not fill your system

I4 r :. COUNTY- OOMMIs8IOzi a-B' A.Conk. members of the national committee are ,printed Over loco in boats these have bopb-Suceestfully been built from sailed the lines in with Calomel. Arsenic or Quinine, ; HERB1NE is a guaranteed -

;;! ,'lingTiU an HfantMi;W.R. Walker, Titusville ienry.B.'P. Macfarland, 'permanentliR1m every clime and upon every an Full dctiH cure for all diseases produced by a TORPID LIVER
; John R.'Miot, IndianoU; J." F. n* James L. Norris; perma- drawing of all parts, extremely what it'is and and IMPURE BLOOD. It will dire MALARIA without leaving
Wooten. Cocoa;T.'J.Cockthutt, LaGrange. Dent: secretary;. Thomas W. Smith, how to make H-Text simple.. any of the deadly effects of many drugs used for that

'Begular seenons are .held. first' Monday. in John W. Foster, Admiral George Dewey HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50 puIJ> :each month. to toild frames all In eHOW
IS toot ea y ; Biliousness Coattip&tion -
General,Nelson A..Miles, C.'J. Bell, (weep i good ruing l.oaI!>r..boy\0 L.rathe business 1110 a sick spell tomorrow. Quickly cures ,
J Malaria Chills and all Lifer
8.W.:'Woodward, C. C. Glover Frank TO BUILD A>SKIPJACKA Dyspepsia, _
witinir'or boat biiol Complaints. Used and recommended by the medical pro
i .. A LATER INAUGURATION. A.>Munaey, John Joy Edson Theodore .fne TPP but llutvcncacvrnfaLvLerrTrT for rterno-H knockinc.u .lioupert fession generally..
.1 W/Noyes and Justice John M. Harlan. rig; full pawed pktaesof completed bo t* '
r Mott tiwcMKfcl racing machine ever deigned to-prig
Fourth'of March, Too' Early to Biff Ear of Cora' From Kama winner win with in Ameiica,ASM wd AiutnlU; y to build;.unto ENDORSEMENT t

M. T.:Daniels, a farmer>and stockman HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH Dr. A. J. Hannah. a leading physician of Umati la,

... Be Seasonable.QOVEMOES of"Wamego, Kan. who went to bull Simple and..-iu practical showing ievera1 how other to_glad. tnd.. .JaacI Fla.., says: "I have been using Herbine in my.practice .
tor use >AII/lDotor.
---=_ .f Kansas City recently to look over the and am well pleased with the results. 1 always
', live" stoCk"market; brought. an ear of HOW Cor TO l>I BUILD anmnti rreisinc A KNOCKABOUTA boat; good c tu>; excelled keep some on hand and think it a grand medicina
ENLISTED IS WOES; corn from his fields that measured ten nikr;luiuale tor ihiltow wd'-ra. t for Biliousness and Liver Complaints."

Inches long and eight and one-half MOW YO BUILD SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP
t ; \
A cleryr little s Uinf boat,with moderate overhwgaani Large Bottle 50c Avoid All Substitutes
in ,
J Inches circumference, says the: Kansas ifiutiis il plan.
Committee Composed of Chief Esee-
,City Star. There were 1,232 grains HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE ; I
'' >'rntlve- of States and Other Diatia- on the 'ear, 22 grains around by 56 to begin Easy witii to bnddeverrihi.g;can IMS built ery straight cheap;,ju eitner+t the loop craft or for cat.rig boj Snow< Liniment Co. ,
.. 4 : rolahed People"'to Meet la Washington grains tn''length. butt to tip '
w Before Convening of Con* none of the cob was exposed. The ear A complete dnrription of bow to build model;alio l1.of -
skis used ia t.j II t modeb.
x ,:ffrei -Date,to...Made April 30. weighed one pound ten and one-half t ,

ounces. The variety is known as the PRICE $1. EACH '
., I- Governors, of forty-one states have
Mammoth White and cost Daniels $3a PREPAID BY EXPRESS ANYWHERE
{ ,already joined post bushel for seeding. Bound in th-Gold lettering-Size of pag.

pone,, the presidential inauguration 9 by 12 inches-Large,,ciearly-drawn"plans. RED CROSS PHARMACY, TITDSVILLE, and EAU GALLIE PHARMACY EAU GALLIC

w after 1909 from March. 4 to a- later and Secretary Shaw ..,Cabbie. THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

i better date probably April 30 and the When Secretary Shaw arrived at his 9 MURRAT STREET New YORK, U. S. AS F
national, committee on the, proposed old home at ,Dennison Ia., where he .rrd postal for Catalogue of Boob foryccktsman's Southern Railway.EFFECTIVE
: was to speak at a farmers' day celebration Library. .
t change is arranging to meet in Wasfi-
.one day recentlyj..he found
r- ington .In November just'before con -- APR. 10. 1004.
t convenes.. .
No; 30 'o:3-1 Between J'.uk&onvllle and Ntow York. So 033 $
y H. B. F Macfarland commissioner j1 291
= <;? Daily Dally. Daily
.44 of the District of Columbia and chairman r : : lm 755 P ===- 920 a Lv Jacksonville, Fla.-------So. Ry. Ar. 900 140 p
= .,. of the national committee. has Ii Youngs Female College 1215 a----------1-- 30 p Lv.Savannah,Ga.-----------So. By Ar. 450 a------ 330 P
s been in correspondence ever since THOMASVILLE, GEORGIA, 955 05 pAr.Cha-Iotte, N. C.---------So. Ry. Lv. 9 50 835 a i

March 4 last with the governors oft OFFERS FULL COURSES FOR A. B., B.S.. & B.L. DEGREES. 642 pi,== 658a Ar. Richmond, Y8ouuu-80Ry. Lv. 1230 pi------; 1139 p

states and territories who with fifteen Physical Culture, Elocution and Music our Specialties. I 950 Pl______- 945& Ar. WasblOgton. D. C. ------.So. Ry Lv. 10 aJ a __ ___ 9:10 P
I residents of the District of Columbia 1125 P _---- 1130 a Ar. Baltimore. Sid-P. R. R Lv. 612 -___ 822 p
; .. and Steam Electric 235 a _______- 145 pAr. Philadelphia Pa.--------P. R. R Lv. 335 al_____- 5 55 p
t 4. were national asked committee.to serve as He members has to of date the m Gymnasium$15,000 spent, Swimming this year Pool in,building Good Fare, Climate equipment.Unsurpassed.Heat Strong Faculty Lights of 630 a.__ __- 415 pAr. New York, N. Y,_________P. R. R Lv 1210 ___u_ 325p ,
< up
Ten Experienced Teachers. ,
secured the consent' of forty-one governors m [ Nos. 33 and 34-"Sew York and Florida Express." Daily Pullman Drawing Room

4 of the states and territories to ill j 'EXPENSES, |209. LIMITED :NUMBER! of FREE SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE |ill|| Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. ;
Xos. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited. Daily Pullman Drawing Room ,
serve on the committee and expects I I" |m(j Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and :New York. cDailyo
tt1 that several others will accept this Session opens Sept. 26th, 1905. For free catalogue address

: service before the meeting in the fall I. COCKRANE HUNT, President J : : Through"T1Ie Land or tile Jky." Xo.21

r a Inevitable delays occur in such correspondence ntilS. {
= rTrrsr
t rrr-r 753 Lv.Jacksonville, Fla.----------------------------------So. Ar. 900
s p Ry. a
but the response has been 1215 a Lv. Savannah, Ga.,_:------------------------____________ Ry. Ar 450 a
( In general 80 prompt and hearty as,to 600 a Ar. Columbia. 8. C.,---__________________________________co. R y. Lv. 113 a 1
''' indicate a strong interest in the move- E. L. BRADY & BRO. 150 p Ar. Asheville. N;C..___________________._ _._._______--___ Iy. Lv 415 p -
ment all the country for a changeof 237.p Ar. Hot Springs. N. .,__----___.______u___________________ By. Lv, '12-j a
over 600 pAr. Knoxville Tenn.,________________:______:._____________ By. Lv. 933.
inauguration day. All the governors Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products.We 815 R AT. CineinnatiOhio.___________________-________ _______-_Q. & C. Lv. 8(3p
,4 who accepted service expressed approval -
Nos.29 and 3o-PuHman Drawing Room and Buffet Cars between Jacksonville
of the proposition, and some of Sleeping t
i w' handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusive 8t. Louis, daily -.
them are especially emphatic'' 'doingso. in the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices 01
This indicates that they are pre- Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & BRO..TITTSVILLE Ft/
No. 13 Between Jacksonville and the North and Welt. No. U jy=
--- -- -- -- -- -
---- ------
: pared to bring the matter before the _I 1 -

peopje' and the legislatures of their '""'AGONER &. c<>. ------ 745 P Lv. Jacksonvil e. So. Ry__________n__________,_____Ar. 935 a ______
states in a favorable light as well as to ------i 300 a Ar. Macon, So. ---------____________________ 215 al_____
Hay Grain, Fruit and 20 a AT. Atlanta So. By ___ _____Lv. _
------- ------- ------------- 1150 p'-----
lend their influence to the operationsof Staple I and Fancy Groceries Produce of all } __u___ 94,5 a Ar. Chattanooga, So ------------_________________ .i 15'p!
the national committee. Kinds, un___: 740 p Ar Citcinnati, Queen & ________________ 830 a':::::::
t The chief function of that committeeis VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY == -8 40 p Lv. Cincinnati, Big Four Route----------------_-Lv. 710 a'710a '===
to the matter to in Ar.Chicago: Big Four Route----------Lv.
present congress :::::.::: 830 p uu__
such a way as to secure favorable Titusville : : Florida. '------I. P Lv. Cincinnati, P enn. Lines____ _______________Ar. 615 at 183.5 1-_______ j
-______' 110 Ii Ar. Chicago, Penn. Lines______-------_________ 840 pl_______ 4
constitution ===!,-845 P }.v_ Cincinnati, C. H. & D.- Iooonh\r. 740 aJ ,-

tion for that purpose will be drafted -_____ I'. .. o. .1I. & D.- ____________"__ 90'J pl-_-__--__-_-_-
"* e and introduced at the of the == = 9 45 P Cincinnati, C. H. & D.-Mich. ('(. ___________ 7 00 a--:
opening _______ 520 a Ar. Toledo 1 C. H. & D.-1Iich. ('ent.__________Lv. 1140 p'';______
rr,4 next session.' The senate has twicepassed _______ 725 a Ar. Detroit. C. H.& -Iich. Ceutnh_ .-__Lv. 1000 pt1 _______

such a resolution unanimously The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. ---3------i 0 P Lv.'iucinnati' P.1 L. _______________________ 6 30 a 18 ,1-
..y and it is believed that its chances in -------- -a Ar. PIttsburg. Penn. Lines________________.______ Lv 81 P'i555 .-__--_-_-_.--_
the house will be better next session _uu__ 930 L v.Cincinnati, Big Four------------ -_-,Ar.- -630-!-

J.ti.3 than heretofore. === 6 45 PI Ar. Cleveland, Big Four__________.____---------_ 930 p ai-n---,_______
R The death of Senator Bate of Tennessee MACHINE SHOPS t _u____ 530 Iv. Lt'Xinltton. So. Ry------ ------__________ --Ar. 10.43 al!==: I T
1 followed by that of Ambassador ____u_ 810 pi AT. Louisville, So. -------___________________Lv. 740 a':____.._' ,
Tt! Azpiroz and that of Judge Weldon of -------' 732 A r:St. Lnuis So. Ry---____________ __________ -Lv. 1010 p------- \ t

the court of claims in consequence of Nos. 13 ana U-'The Florida Limited" Daily Solid Vestibule Train..
Through Day
:L. t. exposure on March 4 last, has made a Plumbing and Metal Work Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati ,

deeper impression as to the dangers
-:4: of the present inauguration date.A 1\0.5 No. 13 Between JacboDvllle aDd Kanaaa CItT. f! No. U No. 6

number of the governors have been BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS == 745 P Lv.Jacksonville Fla, So. Ry--__--_________________Ar. I 1933a520a -== A
members of the committee since tOO, Ar. Atlanta Ga So. Ry .
a ---- -- --- --.---_ ___Lv. ill 50 P ______
$ while a number of others have b comt'gorMlor ------- 1145 a Ar. Birmingham. Ala.. So. Ry--_________"Lv' I 515 P ___ w .
4 ------ 805 Ar. ?'!emphl8.Tenn. Frisco-------- ____ ___ t An
since then and to --- 615 aI ____ : '
jet the committee. The list is as are follows new : Agricultural Implements __u___ 940 PI AT. Kansas City, lIo, Fnscou_______ __n -_-__-_ I 630 pNos. ______ 'r j

William l}. Jelks.. Alabama; George 13 and 14-'Th Florida Limited" Daily. ;

C. Pa-ee, California; Jesse F. McDonald SANFORD FLORIDA EXCELLENT DIKING CAn SERVICE.J. ;". ,-;.:.-. .

t1re Colorado; Ileury Roberts, Con- C.LUSK District Pawenger Agent 108 West Bay Street,Jad eont'i1Ie,Iii. .fit!;

necticut; Preston Lea Delaware; :\,B. C.H.ACKERT.G.M. W. ii.TAYLOE,G.P.A. ",_ ,
Broward, Florida; Joseph M. Terrell, S.H.HARinVICK.P.T.M. BROOKS MORGAN .
; A.
G. P.ABridgeport
t- \YMYN_wmNNm1M oc
:': Georgia; b'. It. Goo iug, Idaho; Charles _, {
e & Denceu Illinois J. Frank ll -- THE
a, ; lnb.lmliana ;

i-'; .. Kentucky W. Iloch; ,Albert;Kansas X. C.B.Blanchard; Cummins J. C. Y., Louisiana,Beckham Iowa; E.,; QUEEN OF SEA ROffrES The Motori: i? ;

William T. Cobb Maine; Edward War. 1 1

} r field Maryland; John A. Johnson :Minnesota

; JosephY.. Folk, Missouri; J. K. t i-

r4 Toole, Montana; John II. Mickeye '..rIc that Motes I
i braska; John McLaue, Xew Hampshire Merchants & Miners Trans. Co's

; Edwin C. Stokes, New Jersey;

r Frank: W.llgisew York; Robert STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN .-

The Colonel'. Waterloo It stands
alone .
---- ---- for
efficiency and
Col. John M. Fuller, of Honey Grove
r Texas, nearly met his Waterloo from liver SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct strength.It .,

,. and kidney trouhte. In a recent letter he has plenty of metal and it is I
k- sa"I was nearly dead of these com where it
does the
pl\int.'z, and, although I tried my family Connections for- 4r most good.It .
t', doctor, .he did me no good, so I got a 50c is perfect in design and work
! bottle of your great Electric Bitters which Washington New York and Boston. .
c1It, 4" cored me. I consider them the best medicine e maiiship.
on earth, and thank God who gave Everything means '
tb t you the knowledge to make them." Sold Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations Send for something.
r:; J' +' and guaranteed to rnre dyspepsia, biliousness .
r; r and kidney disease, by. Red Gross and cuisine unsurpassed,,
Pharmacy at 50c. a bottle. SEND FOR BOOKLET.H. .

t.R OAsTORIA.: : C. AY RYrCom'I Agent, Jacksonville.; Bridgeport Machine & Motor Co., .

; Basra' III'ct2 Halo Na'fl;6 II/fJA J. C. WmiHET, 2d V. P. &s.H., W.P. TDR5ER, G. P. A., Bridgeport, Conn. 'z

9Ir.% xd GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, D. I F. N. HITCHCOCK & COt Agents,Titusville,Florida. ;

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leans fever: situation also,signed- by. said that If the" niitlanl'met this- :S'-5P s?f :
rate he would. .lower. -'> '* K'{;. fe1n.. '
the presidentof the local medical society ,... go 1ij. ',,<,-:s;< :

:... .'. telllng'hoV'patienti! :: under Louisville.'Dank' Closed n. v. .' .>' 'o"!:i':,: '0;;,;;;--,t,, _.
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:,;':; treatment for/ yellow; fever' who had National .
The Western Bank of Louisville ;
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partaken .of the arsenic diet:for, tbe js Ii.{, :
Ky.;/has been. closed by order of i '::- J .:,- c-. '! ..
I. supposed period .snfficient to .render the comptroller of the currency and a, ,' ',?, :,

; them immune according ,to the theory: receiver appointed. The capital of the 't !-f: Flosses : 5/ :/

of Dr.,Leach. ,The doctors gave a record -, ".'
_ t _Y. bank .bad been. badly .impaired by ; ._/f. > ,;" .
__ of unfounded' claims made. by Dr. '''and steady; 'withdrawals bad r. :- ., '.;'

Leach / been made for several days.; v.

SMC 1. y4 'y Gulf Stream Changing 'Its Course.. could Head'of Wtbash.It ., ;, -u.-*
j }: Sea captains continue to bring news -was'announced at New York that M

: : that the' gulf :stream is changing Its .
_ r George J. Gould had been appointed :
I course.' One says that It'ls.aetlveup: acting president of the Wabash railroad

to within twenty. miles of antu<:ket and that he would in all probability

S'; South Shoal liglitslip; and' runs 'strong :
... .,., .. .. acceptthe presidency, the odea
> "'"7''''' '<>''' -- ; ,, .' .. -- I'sorth '
:$ :'- far as 40.20. The temperature -
; as
; 13 aTUnibnlst which has remained vacant since the '
"? ; : ,...' -- t:. '..When fall's term'expiredlast by'the emphatic and formal'statement *
o t" : '' '
:t : of the stream from .80 to I
l.iti" >- Q,: ;t' ranges, unlimited leave of absence granted
'W2'O'b"E. I'G'N 'IBSr. Mt ehAddiekiagain: succeeded In given out.by the Russian foreign minister
ii x 72 and there is a drop of 10 degrees
c.t15.: $ Joseph Jr ,
,.1 'L bringing:about a deadlock the legislature at St Petersburg,' Count Lams- Ramsey, t
:fJ-? ,
;'; "" J.'t '.!. .. ",' upon
.' -
still exists. dorff that Russia would
_. pay Japan no
:f.; ;:
llndlti.Qotgeepoadencee : .
-::. 1i'i;{ a to quit, .. ,.. New Solar :
t: ( > 'n Fusion on.City'Ownership. money In. any shape or form. He said System Theory.
I -
ha I -
:t".;. -disclosing second it'was not a question of amount but Professor F. R. Moulton of the astronomical INDUSTRIAL .
S J. ;x a ao4 final.reaignation of Viceroy: Curzon The: ,Republican organization.of New of principle; that It was out of accord department of Chicago uni- c. .
7 Pt'1DdI& and Its York: county; through Its executive '
-_ !.;t..:;;g: ...,.t- ,"' >>- :-'"- -. *acceptance- -- by.Premier. committees the of with Japan's present military position, versity and Professor Thomas C. Chamberlain Corn. Still In the Lead.t
> ?; .t'K" ; .. under leadership ex- '
>1'o..J; .... i%"' 'BalfouFhaa, ., It was about this time that the president of the geology department after According to the government crop _
Governor'Odell,, has decided to 'fus: *
0: 'been made pub began his direct with four of research have arrived at
1'"",' OS' with all anti-Tammany and anti-Mayor negotiations years summary, the favorable condition of -
Jj 'j& 'i -< lic.; Ibis'resignation, 'is McClelland'elementS upon, the platform Coir Nicholas, Ambassador Meyer hav. a theory'of the origin of our solar sys- corn has continued throughout the principal

1' "'ii-t/: be of,municipal ownership of public
'[ :! -: '- > : ,to ,in, Thte war party appeared to think that hypothesis; or ring.theory, brought out tic coast and eastern 'gulf districts.
: t reality the trf- utilities resolution .adopted ,by it had nothing to lose and conclusion '
:" -' everything by Laplace In 1796. Their Extensive rams and windstorms hue

,( 1: + <<\; '.'f., '..umph of "Lord Republicans of their party; to.declared give Its the full purpose.powerin to gain by another big. battle. Japan was announced jn a. lecture by Professor done some damage In western states: ,

rl ,: Kitchener, the. electIon was firm. Moulton He said they believed but not sufficient to deprive corn of Its .
,,the 'roIning, to the support .
FtI 1 general commanding 'of Blamed 'For Bennington Explosion that a second sun=a disturbing sun- lead In the season's crops. The cottoncrop
< candidates pledged "to' administration
> an -
.' -tfJ y the moved down near our sun, causing as a whole has'suffered deteriora '
The naval court of Inquiry; called to
""i'ls 1\ w- of, the affairs of this city; In
; uau.force
3i( A.,;'.... investigate the explosion on the' gun- there. enormous tides thousands of tion. Ohio and Indiana tobacco baa
'> : >.-"l- """ ""- which the public utility corporationswill
..S..;... .. ..fffi'i,%" "in India. Kitch not be the masters of the people boat Bennington at San Diego, Cal., miles high. These tides were similarto been hurt by wet weather. The gen i'
"" vassatisfied dis .
; the tides of the but the disturbing eral for the
"" July 21, In which nearly slxtr'menwere sea, as qutlook apple crop con
of. this city. Committees #
rl. with were appointed moved In tinues to be unfavorable. Potatoes !
\ killed and as many more Injured sun an elliptical orbit in
to confer with other bodies. '
4 s'I I: the system has reported to the' department that. the tide masses were thrown off one'after. the lake states are suffering from t<
!' ,On the same day the Citizens' league, '
"t '
.* .j t.lfit!:<.. ...",. ;!.:: ''" which'required Ensign Charles T. Wade, chief engineer -. another In a spiral formation, blight and rot. ; '
C"' headed by R. Fulton Cutting decidedto
>! of his .
all mlUfI'
mrBiroo'. thus for the orbits of the
-m :$ Cwsoa' officer of the gunboat Had neglected accounting .
After Water Struck Oil. p
1 ': 3' ?-. '" tary acts' to be support Jerome' for mayor notwithstanding his duty.; Also three enlisted men' planets. ;
< flelelred and sanctioned by the.adminlistrative that he Is.a,candidate' for re- The town of Warren, Pa., Is excited rover
who were killed In the fire room are I '
officials. Baron Curzon hask election as district attorney'and; Is unwilling an .oil strike made by a resident

f E .eeryld u,viceroy of India since 1899. ,to.run .for- mayor. peculiar held partially .to blame. The .court of the East Side Flats, who had drivena
<.i.t, finds that the explosion was caused by I I: COMMERCIALLake I
i" well to furnish water, for his bath- .
e;;' "if ,;Kitchener DOW stands forth as the vlrJtualgovernor feature of the situation Is'that while excessive steam pressure in boiler B, ,

':mf:t : : of:India,.although Lord the Hearst Municipal Ownership league forcing it back upon boiler D: which room. Recently the flow of water
m *"IfM 1to. formerly governor. of Canada, Is Invited to fuse with the Republican City Trolley'Combine. stopped and oil ran Instead. The oil'
> in turn exploded. The closing of a I
,:.,:_,0-gf;..(1 ,',....to to__succeed 1.'P Curzon as .viceroy.M organization the Hearst papers are valve on boiler B had rendered the The organization of the Tractional is found fifteen feet underground.

:. *,. Norway$, Extends the,'Olive Branch. dally making sarcastic remarks about steam gauge useless not a pound being company under the laws of New Jersey Automobile to Deliver Papers.
with 1100.000 c pital, Is regarded
" 1'2' 1 .Tbe__ Norwegian- .storthing_has passed Jerome. Also Odell's willingness to recorded. One of the, killed fire- The European edition of the New
as an Important step toward bringing
: : t: jLMsolution. requesting Sweden: to corm fuse on Jerome recalls the recent per- men is believed to have shut off the York Herald at Paris, In order to serve t .
one control several great trolley
sonal criticism of Odell In Jerome'sspeech
valve and observed the its regular readers at breakfast, has
: operate in dissolution: of the union jwrong one -j
systems in western New York, Ohio
'if"i; : ,l and authorizing .the' government tot at Chautauqua. gauge. Ensign Wade is culpable because and Michigan, and also a close con- adopted the expedient of sending a

'. .open negotiations to that end. This Is Municipal Ownership ,Convention.A he failed to see that the sentineland nection of all of these with the $34- big automobile loaded with papers

. "1 ti believed: to'have given general satisfaction sensational,Incident disturbed the valve on the boilers were In good 000,000 combination of street car build- from Paris to 'Trouvllle-Deauville, ,a '

Wi ?. ? to,both countries.. sessions of the League of ,American order. The court recommends'that he 'under The distance of. 132 miles. The first trip s
ers now way; Tractional
Municipalities at Toledo 0., when be court martialed. was made in two and a half hours. I
-'I, Trwich Demand, on ,Morocco. company Is Intended to take over the
The French minister at Fee has demanded Mayor Woodward of Atlanta. Ga., who To Make Monty Orders Safe. International.Traction company which Cotton Mill Air Bad.

-i'; : of the sultan of Morocco an Is opposed to municipal ownership The postoffice department announces controls the 'street car lines in and : That workers In cotton mills are In

:if ,{ o:: indemnity of $2,000, for the arrest of made a bitter attack upon Mayor Johnson that a new form of money order baa around Buffalo and Niagara Falls but danger from lack of ventilation is explained ;- f

itfr .:"t Van Algerian chief who Is a French subject of Cleveland and Mayor Dunne of been I devised which 'will make forgeries Incidentally, the charter of the com by E. C. Wllley in the Technical -

': f! o/' ; also'the punishment. of those re- Chicago. He' charged that they were and alterations more difficult Thisis pany permits It to acquire other prop World. He says that frictional

If" aponsibie for the arrest ,and an additional making a play to the people for their due to the numerous operations of erty. The connecting link In the va- heat generated from machinery, oil and

7 t'! ;:: $100 dally until the prisoner rotes and knew they could not give forgers. In the new order the exact rious properties here mentioned Is the unclean cotton makes the air foul and i

tiff'. '. should be released. Unless the sultan them municipal ownership if they were amount will be plugged out as In the banking firm of Keau Van Cortlandt enervating operators, thus decreasing

t:" should give In It was determined that elected. The session was abruptly ad- case of bank checks & Co. of New York.A the amount and quality of the

:;;: : French troops should occupy a Moroccan journed as a protest against Wood New Postal Rewards. $ the present time trolley lines are work.

*_ t "-L- port. Germany; approved of this ward's remarks. / According to the new regulations-- being built from Rochester to Buffalo ,

; _, demand, which does ''not Involve the Mayor Dunne read a paper In which and from Buffalo to Cleveland, while Chamberlain's Conch Remedy Aid Nature -
(- governing the rewards to be paid for
; yt rt f :.', ?Controversy regarding an international he declared that municipal ownershipof information 'leading to the arrest of lines are already under operation from Medicines that aid nature are always : &

. -i.b' ;.:.,. : .,:'" conference public utilities was no longer an persons charged with robbing the Cleveland to Toledo and from Toledoto most effectual. Chamberlain's! Cough
idle dream an Detroit. The of the Remedy acts on this plan. It allays the
CriticU Plan. but was acknowledged present purpose '
{ Ru"lan.'rU rage malls, postal rewards will run from cough relieves the lungs aida
,' reality, and that the demand of the Is to control the terminal fa- expectoration :
} { { '; ,, All the Uberal and radical papers $50 to $1,000, covering offenses from company opens the secretions and aids na-
:-"J ,in Russia and throughout Europe have people for it was growing apace petty; larceny to train robbery.Not cilities in the lake cities. Lines In and ture in restoring the system to a healthy

r ,;.f 4 found fault with the czar's manifesto throughout the country.EXECUTIVE. around Buffalo have a mileage of 358, condition. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy.
: to Prosecute Moore.
in Detroit of 536.and Toledo
In of 112,
h.t national
16 assem-
z r. ;of Aug. creating a
> : : in, off The attorney general finds that Dr. and It Is now predicted that within Extinct Spcrlee of Camel.A .
Ic ::; '.' .bly or douma, and some parts I I
T. Moore the ofagriculture's
George department
two there will be continuous
$ Russia serious strlke\rlota have broken years bulletin on an extinct species of
!!i\ nitroculture will
; expert trolley line from New York to Detroit
. out; especially In Poland. Prince camel that once roamed over prehistoric -
r,JMi1}:i.,' ,Ouktomsky; In the Viedomasti says Conger to Retire. not be prosecuted by the government Three men control the vast Interests California baa been Issued by the
The doctor will therefore be restored
i : that the project dissipates the illusion The correspondence with E. H. Con thus merged In the Tractional company. zoological department of the University ,
and will be engaged In the experimentsof
'*E ( that the government would meet ger ambassador to Mexico, shows that They are G. Louis Boisevain of Kean of California. In the region about
> the bureau of plant industry.It's .
'n' : ,the hopes of the Liberal majority; Inasmuch he had tendered his resignation Aug: Van Cortlandt & Co., Henry J. Pierce the Potter creek cave, Shasta county,
4' : "
as only royal subjects are to ItV on account of private business, and "Wilkee-Barr Now. of Buffalo: and Nelson Robinson. GrantB. were unearthed various portions of the 1-

IlJ.; : be admitted to the donma those bayIng that the president had accepted the The local agitation of the citizens of Schley and T. De Witt Cuyler are camels that existed during the qua

,. Ideals of autocratic authority. The resignation three days later. The report Wilkesbarre Pa., against the arbitrary also directors. Henry J. Pierce has ternary age.
ruling of the postoffice departmentthat 'been chosen president of the new com-
r" principal objection raised is the high that Mr. Conger was to go to
$ for voters, China on a special mission was con- the name of their city should be pany and Nelson Robinson vice president Devoured by Worms
property qualification city
'i., ranging from $675 annual income In tradicted, but not officially denied. written as one word has resulted in Children often cry not from pain, but

\t i7 11'Y< ;.$t Petersburg and Moscow to $400 In President Navigate Plunger. the Interference of President Roosevelt Trading Stamps Attacked.The from hunger, although fed abundantly.The .
!: who was approached on the sub- entire trouble arises from inanition.
t : -. : mailer cities. \ that Presi- ,. Retail Merchants' Association of .
Despite numerous reports 1.by
> ject during his recent visit to that city. their food is not assimilated hut devoured
i will be elected from fifty dent would not risk his of- Pennsylvania while in convention at
.! f;_;. Deputies, Mayor Kirkendall has received notice worms. A few doses of Vhite'sCream
. .. ,'- not Including Finland ficial life under water in the Philadelphia applauded heartily the
" : : governments by going from the department that In future tbe Vermifuge will cause them to cease crying -

.-yrte., :: and Poland.: The czar reserves. the submarine boat Plunger, when it reported name will be spelled "Wilkes-Barre." sentiments of one of its members that and begin to thrive at once, very

.,_ j.1.tight; to dissolve the assembly at at Oyster Bay for his inspec- the trading stamp business has run much to the surprise and joy of the mother. '

'i ; ;;'i:' 'his pleasure. The total membership tion the man Roosevelt could not resist its race. He said that the stamps were Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and a

:IJ; ':. ; ; will be 412. Land owners and mine the temptation to dare fate. On a wet SCIENTIFICExplorer I an unmixed evil and that the schemewas Eau Gallie, Pharmacy, Eau Gallic, Fla.

t' .ownerss'aDd manufacturers with establishments and rainy day he went on board with an unnatural way of doing busi-
: .
m '':. not less than $7,600 In value the Plunger's commander, Lieutenant Fiala's Experience. ness. LOW RATES-

':t -: .I :And clergy owning land are qualified Charles P. Nelson, and himself pressedthe On his arrival at Hull, England Price of Diamonds Still Higher. -FOR-

'{r':' to ,vote. The peasantry will vote by button that sent the wonderful boat Anthony Fiala, leader of the Ziegler New York diamond importers say SPECIAL OCCASIONS ..1 '!'

14 --secret ballot and they will have a ma- forty, feet under the surface. For al- expedition gave the first authorized that an advance of 5 per cent has been -VIASOUTHERN- .-1

, t1 ? jority, over the townspeople. most an hour the Plunger was doing report of the difficulties encounteredand made on the rough stones owned by .r.
her submarine stunts part of the time RAILWAY i
the results the London syndicate, which has virtu-

j j I with all lights out, before the presi- obtained. He ally a world monopoly. It la learned Two Trains Daily East, Leave Jack- f

., 'I' POLITICAL dent went ashore. V s-= had established that the new Premier mine in the sonville 9:10 a. m., 7:55 p. m. ,4 .:'J.

4, ,f- President's Peace Efforts. ; a base in August Transvaal, the only Independent diamond tin 91 Atlantic City, X. J., and return. lI

&:',,' Cannon Still Stands Pat. After the peace envoys at Ports- 1903, at mine of any magnitude has been I ytt flU On sale daily; limited Oct. 31, .4

"" ',, 1 Representative Cannon while Ink mouth had adjourned in a hopeless Teplitz bay, the closed on account of a mud rush which 1J105.JJCI. :....t. /-t.

f. ." (Washington told the reporters that the deadlock on four of Japan's twelve de- most northern covered the works for over a mile. ( 7fi Bar Harbor Maine, and reJJUt.lU 1 "t

'reciprocity; conference at Chicago bad mands President Roosevelt began a I harbor, Franz- Altogether there have been advances In ( turn. On sale daily; limited ;:

J ;'.i-t 'not altered his position on the stand series of personal appeals for some Josef Land. His the rough diamond prices aggregating Oct. 31, 19J.; ". j'

, :. ','... pat tariff' policy. He doubted If any compromise. First he sent a written ship, the America 50 per cent In the past four years. SRI 10 Saratoga Springs, X. Y., and U' ..

f:' ':" representative men had attended the communication to M. Witte through : once broke The syndicate officials explain the ad return. On sale daily; limited f f

f.. e'. ",;. ':conference..Addiekt Assistant Secretary State Pelrce'and L adrift and later vance by saying there is a scarcity of Oct 31, 100.3 ::> ,

t.1i-i'>...:, .. Eliminated.' later conferred was crushed In those finer stones that are most in OQ7 goo Washington/ I). C., and return.Limited : lR

;) ;l: ,The Union Republican organization with Ambassador ; the Ice at anchorage demand and that mining expenses: are $01 Oct. 31, 100

,.j.i of Delaware, under the leadership of Rosen at In Xo- greater. The company which supplies Two Trains Daily West,Leave Jacksonville i t

". Senator Allee has decided notto sup.sTM t Oyster Bay, Anthony Fiala. vember 1903. the syndicate known as the De Beers at 7:45 p. m., and 7:55 p. m. '.

f.: -. port J. Edward Addicks any longer. ti while Japan's TwlceinMarchof. Mines, limited, nevertheless has been }G.OJ Chicago, IlL, and I return. On 11

it" :',.'.:;: Ifhls Is expected to result In the merg- 3 confidential last year sledge parties started paying dividends of 40 per cent. sale daily. Limit Oct. 31, 11)05.) :t
and the agent. Baron northward but were unable to get far, ": r. J '
tf ;: ;. ing of the Republican factions Lehigh't Increasing 'Income. Dining Cars. Service a ia Carte. i..
senators Kaneko, was a owing to the falling of the men intocre"lccs 7
:- election of .two Republican Sleepins reservations and detailed '
( :
r'r callerat or tbe smashing of sledges. The report of the I.t'high"alley rail- .
frequent .
lOOT It the legislature goes Republican information! cheerfully furnished upon
tf' 5/: : road for the fiscal year ending June 30
SagamoreHill. Another attempt was made to push
next year. Mr. Addicks himself application Passenger office 108 Vet *, "
s;>r The northward over the rough ice pack shows that gross earnings increased Bay street 743. '
\: ., not disposed to accept the dictum of + result Telephone ; .
: + .j has begun a campaign to 1 was a modification March 16 last They were delayed by $1,394,104, the total being $31,275,841' J. C. LUSK, Dist. Pass. %gt., fl;
{-\: Allee and and This left an increase in net income of Jacksonville "'
i- ''!- the county leaders. Since of the high temperature fog, accompa Fla. t 1 .,
back '
irln Secretary Pelrce. Japanese terms nied by cracking ice. On July 30 came $1,137,328. The coal business con- -- --- _;
financial main ,
f. ?:; 1888.be has been the ; HOLLISTCR'S .:
"' contests by agreeing to strike Oat the transferof news of the relief expedition.: Three tinued to show an increase.J. .
.4; of '
";;:'1 ; .' .' ,.toring fif In a series of placing partisan himself In the Russia's Interned warships and the new Islands and four new channelswere J. Hill Cuts Rates.In Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets 1 ; .I": ;

' :; .,t' tbe hope States Senate. In 1895 thef' limitation of'her naval power and to located and surveyed between order to secure his share of the A Buy Madioiaa for Bay People. \ .

... ,,,"\ 'United'Mdfllcki or nobody", policy. left ones sell back the northern half of Sakhalin Crown Prince Rudolph Land and Cape grain carrying business. President Hill! Brings Golfon Health sad Bcaewad Vigor.A '

: In the senate vacant island for the sum for $600,000,000. Flora. the Northern Pacific and Great specific for Constipation. Indigestion Lire
;. .: .of Delaware's seats of and Kidney Trouble?. Pimple Enema,Impure
.. ; and In 1901 both seats were vacant This proposition WAS rejected by- Doctor Against Arsenic Cure.A Northern has announced a cut of 3 Blood. Bad Breath. Sluggish Bowel Headach, j
and BackrtcN' It's Rocky ituftUa Tea In tab
pothetlcally In a semiofficial statement
ir.; .. r for the same reason. In 1903 a_ formal letter was issued to the press cents a hundred from Montana to Minneapolis let form 35 wets H box. GrDuino modo by ,
from the Russian envoys to the Associated H. White of DOLUSTER PWVJ C'} zpA'{v, Maiison Wts.
? : brought about tbe selection by Dr. J. the marine hospital :: Chicago and the seaboardas
t\ compromise ot as_a regular. and,Allee as Press and this I ;was re-enforced C service, In charge of the New Or- compared with the Canadian roads. GOLDEN .YJ22ETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE '
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$"' that 'they eecora health;certificate?,'or, .g the Stegomyij Is,of PiramoiitImportance W'' ,W .,

,.Jr if unable,to do that;to get affidavits from to Ydloi Fwer Cases y l Oil
been in o r ..
,t, notaries that they"have not : any Irl;
.b infected district intthe ten'days beforethey 'II
; t.i l last Dr. Juan Guiteras, of Havana, 'Cuba, III t s; --J 1
start to come' down, to Florida EtI
dean of the National University of Cuba, --- ,
z. k .they may have some' trouble In' passing the recognized geed of the 'medical profession } -- 1i/' a = -
; 1f:''-- the quarantine, as: some already' have of Cuba and, the acknofledged (t \f (;'C "f
:'1" had that have tried it. greatest living yellow fever expert,. has \!1)f. } i s,' -Y J.'- : t'

s i : been in.Pebsa ota .a .few days studying ? ,,! S S -y
Yi Lq.jLLtsr ,
The only delegation received by M. the conditions of patients there under"yeltow. / W 'tl ; 1 c-

Witte at Portsmouth ,was composed o f 'fever. -=
f. % 4 \
prominent Jews, who appealed to him to In discussing ,the situation he says: c. 1B, ;' ;: _w ; '
fix:.r' use his influence for the amelioration of \, D..TAYLOR. I b = -_
"There be rise in the number of
may .,.,. .,
"' .the condition of their co-religionists. in .-.-. .-..--. .-.-.-.- 'r--:
cases for (few days but if the people will ( *',., "" "., .

Russia. The delegation is said to have give D!,.,Porter their support and not antagonize c. D.Taylor, Clerk of the City Boardof .... ,.;:

.been pleased with the.: interview but him he will succeed in stamping Health cf Jacksonville, Fla., ha IARRAND ;

.. Whether M. Witte will mate the' effort out the fever. occupied that position for the last ter :\.:: .,

E or can make an effective appeal to the : "I am sorry! to say that some of the yews. In a recent letter to the Pcrunr .

kfi: emperor is another. question. doctors have antagonized Dr. Porter and l>rus Mfg.Co.,he expresses his approval: ,
\. of their famous catarrh. remedy, Peruna
t.k ---
him the cordial
not given support that in the following words:
We hope the people of, Titusville will they should. They have expressed doubt. ,
uThe health of the poor of a large city '
awaken fully to the opportunities before unto here being yellow fever in Pensa- is always a question of vital interest not : .

them in order that they may see livelier cola. .I conducted the autopsy upon the only to the city officials but to every For sale the '
times here this winter than ever before. first victim. That was a genuine case ofI citizen. It has been a source of much '. : .' 1- _

Our town has many features that are at yellow,fever. I I satisfaction(} me to'find that so large a ,

tractive 16'the,' tourist and pleasure seeker When questioned as to how the first I number of working people in moderate INDIAN RIVER

c and if we all pull together with a purpose cases originated in Pensacola and where circumstances have accepted Peruna as ,,

to make the place pleasant and invitingto they came from, Dr. Guiteras said that their family medicine., .It has cured a -, e

them the results will be,desirable and nothing definite had been determined on large number of the head of cases, lungs especially and stomach of catarrh MUSIC HOUSE,

permanent. We should recollect ,that no this point He said that Dr. Porter was and building up the general health it
victory is ever won by apathy; each citi strongly of the, opinion that the diseasewas cannot fail but prove a help and blessingto TITUSVILLE FLA.

zen and person must bear his equable traceable to a large excursion from any community where it is generally ,

i. '' part to achieve the greatest success. THE New Orleans during July, just prior to adopted and used. 1 have found it an

STAR is willing to,do ita share. Are .you the announcement of the existence of yellow honest reliable remedy and am'pleasedto .".

all willing to help? l fever in that city. endorse it."_C. D. Taylor, Clerk,
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Board Health.
TM --- - "Kill "
mosquitoes, said Dr. Guiteras, .. .
If you do not derive prompt and satin -
- The world is well apprised of the two "Educate the people up to the necessity results '1I' .
factory from the use of Peruna,
I gigantic undertakings at Galveston, the of exterminating the mosquito. Where write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a

. ,t, seawall and' grade raising at a cost of$3- there are no mosquitoes there will be no full statement of your case and he will

500000. The county seawall, over 17,ro yellow fever. The transmission of yellow be pleaded to give you his valuable advice The

feet long, encircles the gulf side of the fever by mosquitoes is not a theory-it is gratis. "RUNS LIKE A CLOCK"Davis Alpine Cottage, ;.

tz :: city to Thirty.Ninth street. It is built a fact, and has been proven beyond the '"Address Dr. Hartman, President of Under the management Mrs. Kate

on piling reaching to a depth of 40 feet. shadow of a doubt." :,e.1/,Hartman Sanitarium, Columbia, Acetylene Gas Generator. Myers, assisted by F, A. Lesley, ,

The concrete wall is 16 feet thick at Dr. Guiteras has authorized the repro- "
,, the base, is 17 feet high and 5 feet across duction of the following interesting account ;
I I' ( the top.. Congress appropriated $591,000 of an address delivered by him i in TREASURER'S STATEMENT.SEPT. Daily or Weekly Board. '

for a continuation of the seawall from New Orleans about two weeks ago: 1st, 1905. r
House Newly Furnished. .
Thirty-Ninth street westward to' Fifty "An innovation was his calling upon Balance cash on hand Aug. 1,1905$10,917.4 Lump '
Amount received in Aug.1905____ 1,489.86 Everything First
r, Third street, which is the western terminus Dr. Guiteras to lecture upon the influenceof hA -- ... .
of the government's military reser mosquitoes upon disease, as illustratedby Tota.1.tI2,407.70Le55 -

L vation. The length of the government the slides. The veteran Cuban fever warrants warrants delivered paid in to Aug.county 1905,com-and tCarbide, Location--:_Hopkins. btreet, near Julia. '.

sjr extension is4,8S3feet. The government's fighter has already earned a reputation as missioners and board of public instruction 3.:3 :

portion of the wall is expected to be com a forcible and interesting public speakerand .-___________________.___$ 4,408.46 ROBBINSGRAHAM
t Gas
pleted this month. The completed coun his'vast and intimate knowledge of Balance cash on baud Sept.I, 1905--$ 7,99924

ty and government wall will be about the theme showed to great advantage. He The above amount is held as follows: <<

22.000feet- in length. In the course of took up the theory of malaria transmission Deposited' in Indian River State r Yield w-_ ..

Ss raising the city a total of 2,156 houses by mosquitoes, suggested by Manson bank, as per cashier's certificate at- xi CO., ,
tached to monthly statement, less ( Paid
up Capital 2500000.) l.
1 must be raised. May have already been after careful investigation, and thoroughly check not ill___________________$ 7,999.24 ,
raised. proven, prior to demonstration of Balances belonging to each fund are as Larger. This company owns lands i
in the Indian River Country
mosquito transmission of fever follows:
yellow ,
,on the St. Lncie River,
JUSTICE BAFFLED.The Illustrating his remarks by the striking County.. revenue,general fund" _____ $ 953.00 Acetylene the light of the future. It at New River, and on Biscayne ;'
following paragraphs, taken from illustrations, he showed how the malaria ,. road building and bridge .' ______ 322.92 7.85 has past the experimental stage. Over Bay. .
entered the red blood .. ___ 100,000 generators iii use in the United
parasite cells and fine and forfeiture u 5,094.29feeding PRICES TO SUIT THE
the esteemed Tribune without TIMES.
Tampa a
prisoners 2 85 States. Cheaper) than coal gas, electricity
sucked the ---
doubt general public sentiment in i were up by anopheles mos ___________ or kerosene. Every
express sp'l r'd fd. Dist.. 1 913 generator guaranteedto Send for land list.
quito. He then described the of incubation .4 .. .. ___...______
regard to several jury verdicts recently process 2 59239 work sati: 'fach'ry. Use for heating, OFFICES .
.. .. .. ..
of the parasite, which'found 3 156 76 cooking and illumination.
perfect .. '
rendered in this state that have really 4 "
proved to be a travesty upon justice: conditions of propagation in th game warden fund____________ 5S.46 E. W. AM Williams stomach of the anopheles. property of deceased persons .Agent for the East Coast
the red handed Pensacola _______ .
fund 1.80 Circulars and list
"Finally! when thousands of the lower ., ------- ----- price on application.
murderer, who shot down two men i iY in school fund (general)______ 20.48 ,
forms of the parasite had been producedin _____ I II
special tax school 305.89 I
blood without the shadowof dNst.1.
cold slightest .. N TITUSVILLE, FLA.,
the mosquito, he described how they 2430.75
T'ti justification: and without giving his found their way into the salivary glandsof .I'. .". "" "" "" 3SLL.C 10.92 Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kal-}
victims the least opportunity to escape. 8.51 somining, Staining, Finishing and Paper
insect and
the '
were injected the
has been very fortunate in being:. tried be blood of human beings. Total________$ 7,9.19,24 .i consistent Hanging, at the most reasonable price
fore a jury of a type similar to the one Respectfully, I with good workmanship.
"The same he continued
process was
which recently registered a signal: miscar Jonx HEXEY, Work anywhere on the East Coast
gone through with in the case of the steg- Treasurer.
riage of justice intlie criminal court of County
omyia, or yellow! fever mosquito. A certain Specially solicited. Let me know what

this county. |period of incubation or preparation A Remedy Without It Peer. you want and get my estimate on iL
The Pensacola jury recommended Williams Prompt attention given to all work.
' was required before the mosquito was "I find Chamberlain's Stomach and
to and it is doubtful if he
mercy ripe for inftcting the human victim. Liver Tablets more beneficial than any
will even receive the punishment of imprisonment While the yellow fever parasite has not other remedy I ever used for stomach ''I v !I THE
for life, the "insanity tlodjre" trouble," says J. P. Klote, of' Edina, Mo.
now being under full headway and every yet l been discovered, it was practil"allycertain ) For any disorder of the stomach, biliousness HASBROUCKSTARTS
that much the same events transpired : or constipation, these Tablets are
method known to the process of stealinga .: with the stegomyia: with the anopheles without a peer. For sale by Red Cross I
criminal from the law having been
put or malaria transmitter."The Pharmacy. I
into operation. mosquito,after biting the patient, STARTS GIVES EASIER GREATER, RUNS STEADIER,
generally found a smur
William's insanity began: immediately lurking place, andr..mllilled
quiescent three days a novelty. The higher the civilizationthe uses LESS GASOLINE
digestingthe hor
after his arrest, when his hands were still ; per =
l>I number of brushes in use. power than any other engine mode.
.i reeking with the blood of hi? victims. ready for another meal, but was still i in- Judging by the demand here our customers We continually demonstrate this.

', Lacking the theatrical talent necessary to rapaMe of carrying transmission On the have reached a high state of refine Commercial sizes 8 to 300 horse power.

a sustained effort at feigning permanentinsanity sixth day and the ninth she feasted again ment. Every day we sell more and more Special Light High Speed sizes from

he essayed the 'occasional spell but without danger;; to the bitten. Ou the of these excellent 20 to 250 horse power.
twelfth however, and thereafter, the was 1 TOOTH BRUSHES.. HAIR BRUSHES
.S scheme and, although evidently perfectlysane and of W.
fr 'ripe' capable transmitting infr-c BATH BRUSHES, (etc.) Benj. Jerome,
up to and during the commission of tion. Parenthetically, Dr. Guittras: ur '
cud that in the case infected Perhaps the fine quality has had something STATE AGENT
the double murder, the jury in their great mosquitoesno to do with it-perhaps its the

tenderness of heart, let this foul murderer infection inexperienced by fumigation.person attempt the ,dis i Anyway, all purchasers are well pleased.price. WEST PALM -BEACH- FLORIDA.

escape the noose on the thin plea manufactured "(('bile Dr. White asks you to help: kill l NSURpNGE RED CROSS PHARMACY, Also State-Agent--- for

Y to suit the occasion. the non-infected mosquitoes lessen the TITUSVILLE.

Jurors who'thus shut their eyes to law danger of further infection, he does not FIRE HEW LONDON MOTOR COMPANY'S
not want you to attempt quietly to disin P
and facts should have their names permanently fect and fumigate your house, after you [ITWT EAST COAST MEAT MARKET TWO-CYCLE MOTORS,
i removed from the jury-boz andit have had a case of fever in it, he said.
3 to 12 h.
should bemade impossible for them to 'The disinfection and killing of infected PLENTY OF MONEY G. F. DUHEH, Agent p. jump spark, up to-date.

a again serve in any court in the state. mosquitoes that the is of marine such paramount importance is lost by failure to insure. The thing to Notice of Application For Permit to Sell

: y Tampa recently had a dose of the .same should be called in to do hospital it so thoroughly experts ask yourself is: "Can I afford to lose my Florida and Liquors, Wine and Beer.
medicine. As house or business?" If the answer is
of long as -such
sort men that no infected mosquito can escape.' He yes, Whereas, R. L. Motlow baa filed with tie
a are permitted to occupy, the sacred precincts urged this important matter with etron DON'T INSURE. board of county commissioners for Brer**!

L t'av of the jury box murder and all its emphasis on the ground that while the If the is then WesternHeats county Florida, his application for permit tc
voluntary fumigation was highly import answer no, come and have sl liquors wines and beer in election district -
kindred crimes will continue to increasein ant and all-neoessarp, in that it lessened us make you a policy at once. It is the two of said county and state; any citizen
': Florida and it will soon become an the danger of infection by lessening only safe way to avoid the risk which of such election district may show cause if

axiom that the man who slays his fellowman the number of living mosquitoes, the kill- may rain you. We represent the best any there be, at the meeting of the board to
and. quickest settling companies in the be held on Tuesday, the 5th day of Septem
may safely count on exoneration ling of all mosquitoes in a home where a country. of all Kinds her,1905 next, why such permit should nut
of fever
case had
yellow occurred
was of be granted.
A. A.
whatever the
before a jury, nature of hia KT.
such absolute necessity that it must be MORGAN & WALTON, Clerk of the Board of County CbmmL.ioii.
crime. entrusted in all cases to expert bands. TnrsvnjuE, FLORIDA. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. era, Brevard County, Florida. .
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J ilized nations be Judged by a frank discussion Is to bring ut a meeting which the went off to hunt wolves and Bears for I Incredible Brutality. ''

_, HOW of her demands and those of whole civilized world will pray may six weeks In the west, while the world It would have been incredible brutality

PEACEEFFECTED the czar. result In peace." went on discussing the prospects of if Chas. F. Lemberger, of Syracuse, Iv s
Count Oassini, the Russian ambassador The day following the reception of enduring peace, the personnel of the I Y., had not done the best he could for .

I .' was finally called to the White the note at Tokyo the authoritative plenipotentiaries, and even the probable his suffering son. "My boy," he says* '<

House on Friday, June 2, and urged declaration was made that hostilities terms. To the majority of Intel- "cut a fearful gash over his eye, so I applied :" :
-- to his master the had been Bucklen's Arnica .Salve,, which
represent. presi tacitly suspended pending a ligent thinkers the outlook was regarded )
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dent's earnest hope for peace. There meeting of plenipotentiaries in the quickly healed it and saved his eye. I
Efforts to End the with optimism, but as the date of
Roosevelt's Gallant Good for burns and ulcers too. Only 25c. /i
numerous United States of
_, were conferences In diplomatic to agree on terms the Russian
meeting approached press, at Red Cross Pharmacy.
Bloody Straggle In the East circles In every capital on the permanent peace. Nevertheless the inspired by the bureaucracy became .oj I Iij

!:: globe during the next three or four prevailing belief almost ev&ywhere more warlike, and the old Russian Weekly Weather Report. ..... ,
days. Excitement was at the highest abroad was that peace would not en- "; ,
GLOOM TO JOY pitch, but everywhere except in Washington game of diplomatic bluff was on and U.8.DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE W5A7JSEB ''i
have .
'' HE CHANGED sue.This began to its effect.Japan's BUREAU.
the prospect was regarded with was only partially dispelled a '::
a excessive pessimism. Here the British week later when, on June 16, Minister probable terms began to per- JUPITER, FLA., Sept 5. 1005. -. : :
colate through the
newspapers, every
Cas-' and French and Italian ambassadorswere Takahira published the text of Japan's Comparative statement of temperatures t
J', its Actions'Caused Takahira and new disclosure being followed by and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday- -
with the wishesas ; '
. i called on to induce their governments compliance president's .
hoarse hoots from the grand dukes at 1905 1904 <
slnl to ,Come Da Settlement to use every pacific influence on follows: St. Petersburg, and when the presi- DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. t
the czar. "The Imperial government have givento Aug. 30. 88 76 bS 74 t
dent presented to each other Baron :
ii 1 yN At last, one week later President the suggestion of the president of 31. 90 76 86 74 ; t
!' President Roosevelt's victory In be- Komura and M. Witte on the Mayflower Sept. 1. 88 77 80 74 ,
Roosevelt thrilled civilization by deliv- the United States, embodied in the "
commands greater at Oyster Bay on Saturday, 2. S6 75 87 79 ;
half of humanity through American note handed to the minister of foreign 11 .
ering diplomatic
3. 88 72 87 77
Aug. 5, despondent indeed were those i
k Interest, says the New Tfork Tribune channels at St. Petersburg and Tokyothe affairs by the United States minister 4. 87 71 87 77 i.
who temporarily lost sight of the fact
!: than the exact Japanese, Russian' peace following memorable message, on Aug. 9, very serious considerations. that Japan and Russia had, two Total 5.rainfall 88 for the 74 week. 0.51 87 in. 7T ..; ;.
= the the ofAsia which he to all to which, because of Its source and its
terms and changes on map simultaneously sent
t rainfall
months earlier, made up their minds Departure for the week minus 1.1iinches. = t
In the popular estimation the rulers and gave to the world through Import, it Is Justly entitled. Desiring.In finally to peace on any honorable terms. ,-

World around. Since he broke all diplomatic the newspapers: the Interest of the world as well as On Aug. 15, after Russia had promptly 1.08 Departure inches. rainfall since Jan. 1st, 1905 p1oXJ ,:
In tho Interest of Japan, the re-estab-
"The president feels that the time .
- ; precedents and brought the unwilling agreed to eight of Japan's demandsand H. P. HAEDIK, ,i
has come when, in the interest of all 'lishment of peace with Russia on
belligerents to appreciate the refused to grant the other four, a Official in Charge.
mankind he must endeavor to see If it terms and conditions that will fully
ot the crime against manfr' deadlock ensued. Russia had compliedwith
magnitude guarantee Its stability the imperial
is not possible to bring to an end the
kind that would be committed by further terrible and lamentable conflict now government will. In response to the before every the demand and with Japan others had made ;,
war closely
of hostilities, he has suggestion of the president appoint
prolongation being waged. With both Russia and
related to the causes of the conflict, 1
never' swerved from that dogged deter- Japan the United States has Inherited plenipotentiaries of Japan to meet the but absolutely refused to pay one FIFTY CENTSIN i

_' ; mination::to succeed which has marked ties of friendship and good will It plenipotentiaries of Russia at such kopeck of indemnity or to part withan

s} ;. his career and which has now conspicuously hopes for the prosperity and. welfare time and place as may be found to be inch of territory that did not already -
: insistence for the of each, and it feels that the progressof mutually agreeable and convenient for
crowned his belong to China. This refusal
the world is set back by the war the purpose of negotiating: and con
deal. particularly to Sakhalin island. '
"square conditions the
of directly and exclusively some
between these two great nations. The cluding peace
i The old world, nations, which held I Then the president dismayed the old
I president accordingly urges the Russian between the two belligerent time diplomatists again by ignoring gain from the: use

o +tnd Japanese governments, not powers. in the of Scott's Emulsion is
possibility had already precedent stress of a great crisis,
Russia's acquiescing reply
their sakes but in
for the
only own ,
and 18 HoI I
on Aug. summoned Baron
ceeding when he urged the czar of allthe Interest of the whole civilized world reached President Roosevelt, sen, the Russian ambassador and pleni- very rapid. For this fi
Russlas and the emperor of Nippon but. coupled with a request that Its
' to open direct' negotiations for peace potentiary, to Oyster Bay, and, accord- reason we put up a
to open direct negotiations, have now with one another. The president sug, terms should be withheld from publicity
ing to the popular understanding, fifty-cent size, which is .
=4' fastened to recognize and acclaim him gests that these peace negotiations be a contrast that was Immediatelyseized I 4
urged to if This
as the first statesman of today and to conducted directly and exclusively be- on as a sure Indication that was followed pay promptly necessary.by a similar J i enough for an ordinary

>s t. give to the United States the title of tween the belligerents other words, Russia was Insincere was merely seek-1, message through Ambassador Meyer at I, cough or cold or usefulas

x chief promoter and safeguarder of International that there may be a meeting of Rus- ing to gain time and was going to St. Petersburg warning the czar of the j a trial for babies

kAt stability and "a fair sian and Japanese plenipotentiaries or profit by antiquated diplomatic methods -I incalculable cost in blood and money i .

w : l ance" the whole world over. delegates, without any intermediary. In Inconsistent with the "fair, i of further prolongation of war-a war j and children. In other

-r < At the end of last May when the two order to see if it Is not possible for square" sort practiced by Mr. Roose. which, If resumed, must be fought to a conditions the gain is
armies In Manchuria had of the The'text of the Russian note has
enormous these representatives two pow- velt. finish with
untold damage and horror slower health cannotbe r
{ ; been facing each other for months ers to agree to terms of peace. not been published to this day. not only to the belligerents, but to civ- w,
= without striking a blow and promptly 'The president earnestly aeks that Spurred on by the urgent represen- ilization and mankind everywhere. built up in a day.

J upon the annihilation of Rojestven- the Russian (Japanese) government do tations of the president, Russia and Identically and simultaneously, it Is In such cases Scott's I' !

= Bky's fleet. President Roosevelt determined now agree to such meeting, and Is Japan agreed on July 10 to meet in the the general belief, Japan was appealed 1 Emulsion must be taken

:. that the world should no longer asking the Japanese (Russian) govern- first ten days, of August, Washington to and as a result of that splendid act j -'.

endure the shameful, useless slaughter ment likewise to agree. While the having been selected as the meeting of the president came, his triumph I I as nourishment; a food "

. and that Russia ought to be brought to president does not feel that'any Inter- place after Japan had refused to go when peace was assured. j' rather than a medicine. ;

t' z realize the hopelessness of resistance mediary should be called In, In respectto to Paris and Russia had declined to I It's a food for tired and r
In the face of her unbroken chain of the peace negotiations themselves, consider Chefoo. However, on July 10 II I -i '

defeats. Conversations with Kogoro he Is'entirely willing to do .what ha the president determined that Wash- I I Cured of Lame Baek After 15 Years of II i weak digestions. 1

Takahlra, the Japanese'minister who properly can If the two powers con ington was not only unseasonable but .I Suffering."I f !

was frequently a social visitor at the cerned feel that, his services will be that the plenipotentiaries could not be had been troubled with lame back Stud for free sent ie J JJ

m:*: White House convinced the president of aid In arranging the preliminaries Insured there the privacy which wan so for fifteen years, and I found a complete ,

*%F.: x- ;Cat, while Japan would forego furthernuntohment as to the time and place of meeting. ,. essential BO be fixed on the naval recovery in the use of Chamberlain's Pain Scott & Bowne 409.4* Purl SL < J f

: to Russia her terms would But If even these preliminaries can stores building in the Portsmouth navy Balm," gays John G. Biaher, Gillam, Ind. 1I.a1ata New York

,be extremely hard but ao Just that she be arranged directly between the two yard ae the best place for the sessions. This liniment is also without an equalfor u4'..eo. AU ;
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.)j"Vi i f1' i,- theirrwork.I I ,: never took pains emphasize them to be thinned down ur
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f.,! / incapable envy or -
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irf t' w of"uric acid In the under him knew, his, value and were J paint manufacturing house. .

,.. 7I. ,Jq -4 blood' ,due" to--neglected B sometimes;Injudicious partisans, but }
;;& x kidney trouble -' ; in .the country selling
: : he himself:.was neither aggressive nor EM LIKE CANDY
:: Kidney trouble quack'or unsteady
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= never seemed to have Pl xwL
heart beats, and feeds pushful :\ = any M nt Palatable Potent. Taste 6< Do
1 one though Good. Never Sicken Weaken or Gr3pe10. K and
W r.t" they bad heart trouble, because the heart is grievances. He was annoyed when ilr. W e.ate per box. Write for tree sample,and book. All other Paint makers }

'itf. .jpyer-working' imptac the
dealers for sale of their
poisoned. blood through veins and arteries. Wolseley and insisted upon itssuppresslou Company, Chicago w New Tort. depend on paints. -

_ It used to be considered that onlyurinary and' ;;he haa;never encouraged KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEANRifles That means one heavy expense and one profit thatwe
*troubles were to be traced to':the
c kidneys comparisons between himself and cut out of our business.
but modern :
now science proves that'nearly' The t
in ttiearmy. most
other generals
t all constitutional diseases'" have v their. 'beginning Versatile and accomplished British soldier to. Stop Automobile. We sell direct tp theman that uses paint.You ."
In kidney trouble 1? the of San : '
Farmers Marcos
If you are sick you esn make-Do mistake since. the great Duke of Wellington : In California vicinity have formed may think that you can do as wells we could l

'by first doctoring your kidneys.' The mild he U a man of peace in camp and rifle pass.brigade with the object, In view 4f p. do for you, if you should try to buy a certain brand of

and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Jn private life, without Jealousy and
v enforcing the countrordinance against paint that you thought well of direct from the manu-
'uk Swamp-Root; the great kidney remedy is ,without a passion.for controversy and ,

soon realized It stands the highest for its feuds. Like General Grant,'he has nobility automoblllsts using the road throughthe facturer. But you would make a mistake. =Ex
:: t wonderful cures of the most distressing cases of 'And of mind pass gays the San Francisco Argonaut -
: nature serenity ,
The manufacturer might take and sell : :
and is soJd'I is The road is narrow and steep your money .
and underneath these guileless
by all ItsiDarltsalil' heart of a child.Since' .- and automobiles out for record runs you the paint, but he would take care to charge you as yy

es.cent and You I have suggested the comparison have caused teams to run away with much for the paint as if you bought it from a dealer. He ,. = 'a:
serious results. The authorities have
jv.-' -' .sample bottlo by malls: Rome at a...agofrees &. with General Grant may add at been unable to make arrests of auto- would put on that 'extra profit, to "protect the deal r'\ "
how to find 'my first meeting with Lord Roberts the
also pamphlet telling .
you glob lUsts because of the Isolated loca- We have no salesmen or agents to increase the cost '
: out if you have kidney'or bladder trouble. name of the American soldier was men
*. Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer Boned. He took fire at once and ex tion .of the pass so the farmers have of our paints to the consumer.
taken things Into( their own hands. It .
& Co.; Binghamton, N.;Y. pre&ted'1D no uncertain tones his own .'. -
We the lowest
Is said that several members of the rifle quote to man that uses the paint the '
r Don't make:>ny' mistake, bat' remember admiration for General Grant. He remarked u
the name Swamp-root Dr Kilmer's Swamp- that owing to his profession asa brigade have been in San Francisco and best price, reserving no margin to protect agents. ;

Boot, and the address Binghamton N. Y.,. studying automobiles In order to discover We t-
'' soldier.be had taken In his younger pay freight.
} on every bottle, how they can cripple the machine ;
days jthe keenest Interest in the American \
We advise customers about
with rifle bullets without injuring gladly our paints.
civil and had followed the
war the occupants. Write for cards and advice and blanks N
sample paint
f' WAYS OF LORD ROBERTSSOfnething events year by year and devoted much ,

time to the literature of the subject. Abieeill. showing how to measure houses to show the quantity .of

General Grant's had always -
personality Abscesses, with few exceptions!!*, are indicative paint required.
Impressed him most & .
of constipation or debility \V. -1
' : of the Great General Ask first class business house bank in New Orleans or z>- .- j
I one of the great masters of war. H. Harrison, Cleveland, Miss., writes any or any -

Who IComing to America. Lord Wolseley was known to have a Aug 15, 1902: "I want to say a word of the mercantile agencies if we are responsible.

better opinion of General Lee than of praise for Ballani's Snow Liniment I ,

General Grant and ,I ventured to say stepped on a nail, which caused the cords R. McWilliams Limited. ==

OOUFABED) TO GENERAL BAIT as much, but Lord Roberts was not to in my leg to contract and an abscess to ,

a : be drawn Into controversy.. '"They rise in my knee, and the doctor told me Store and Offices, 342 Camp Street.
+;.. that I would have a stiff I leg, so one dayI
were both great soldiers and deservedthe 1
1135,1137,1139,1141 South Front Street.
J. F. Lord's droll who is Factories
tia.- went to store (
Utcaie Adalrer of America "
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tt; highest praise, he said quietly. now in Denver, 0>10.). He recommended New Orleans, Louisiana, .
Civil War Captatn-some, ef tile "but General Grant had the genius required bottle of Snow Liniment. I
got a
Uedala Worm bj the Hero of- KudakarMaa for saving the Union and ought 50c. size,'and it; cured my If.IZ. It is the ESTABLISHED 1893. The' oldest paint manufacturing house in continuous -

Who Baa, Fought InHanr not to be placed second to any modern best liniment in the world." Sold by successful operation under one management, south of Louisville t ,

commander." Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau Gallie Phar or St Louis.Florida.
F War* and Wen Lastcr la.All
macy, Emu Gillie, Fla.
of flea
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Lord Roberts, when be visits America your ship of health strikes the -

4 ; in the course of a few weeks, is not' hidden rocks of consumption, pneumonia CASTORIAlor
etc.. yon are lore, if you don't set
his medals and decorations
likely, to carry help from Dr. King's New Discovery for Infants and Children.

'with him, says the London corre- Consumption. J. VV. McKinnon, of Tat. East Coast .

spondent 'of the, New Yorlr Tribune. laiiena Springs, Ala., writes: "I had teen The Kind You Have Always BoughtChamberlain's Railway. =

When be appears in St James' palace very ill with pneumonia, under the care j .
of two doctors but was getting no better
{t for one of the king's levees his history when I take Dr. Kind's New Bears the Local Time
began to T Card No. 62. In Effect April" 17 1M5.
'Gy' and honors are .written galore across Discovery. The first dose save relief, Signature of .

his breast There is the Victoria cross, and one bottle cured me." Sure cure for SOUTN-BOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH-80UXD-BEAO '

-S 'with its crimson ribbon-one 'of .the sore throat bronchitis, conghs and colds. UP. ,

Guaranteed at Red Cross Pharmacy, price "
earliest of his distinctions, won for ant 91
No. 99 No. % STATIONS Ko.78. Na.88Daily.
6Oc. and $1 00. Trial bottle free. .
; act of bravery when he was an officer Dilly. Dally., Daily .
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; of engineers. He is as proud of it as The KalMr'a Revolver.An lOOp 9 40 a LT. _...._Ja<:ksonvllle?, .__ Ar TOO P a lOa M
the 10'1 p 9 48 a' ,&**. JacksonvilleLv 6 5:1: 8 42 a
Prince Bismarck used to be of a simple Incident which occurred at CHOLERA AND I .. ???M P
COLIC. 6 15 P 10 55'9 _.?.St. Augustine ___ 15 50 P 7 '0a
medal gained for saving life, and moment In which the kaiser and the 663 P 11 32 a ."__OM'.Hastings.?? 4 Sip 6 49 A 1i
he has reason to be, for only one other czar recently met on board.the Rus- Diarrhea Remedy 7 10 p735p 1160 a1, __.__.Eaat PalaUa......._ 4 3j P I 28 a

general of the first rank Sir George sian imperial yacht Polar Star has --I 1215p,Ar ,? Plllatka____ Lv -ilOp -OOA 3?
4 White has the Victoria cross and can leaked out although every effort has Q() 6 Op 11 25 a;Lv .__?_._Palatka __._ Ar 5 00 P S lei a

v claim companionship with the select been made to keep It secret, says the A few doses of this remedy"willinvariably at- \ -S 23 P -SOOpJAr' ?......._._..San !ohk'O_?__ Lv 910 p '''- 69 1
core an ordinary
} company of modest life saving heroesIn Copenhagen correspondent of the Lon- tack of diarrhea.It o 2 lop S ooaiLv _.._._Sin M,LkiO-...?_??.. Ar 8 25 p 'I lOa c

the British army. don Globe. As the monarchs'met the has been used in nine epi- c -1 511 PiU-321'1 Lv. __._w\eoga....__._ Lv -3 51 P-b 60 a .......
1 ; } There is also a full row of medals revolver which the German emperor demics of dysentery with perfect el 8 03 pal! 47 Pi .. __?,.?_....Bunrells?____ ., S44p 5S a n
810 ._.__. ___ "
p 12 PI. .Du lanL SaTp i 29 a t+
some of them dulled with age, but allS always carries and which never leaves success. CKOt II 41 p853p 1/1: p, _?_'._'H_'.Orm nd ...__..?.....? 310 P 4 59 a _
cL eloquent of services and campaigns. him slipped from his belt and fell on It can always be depended 1 39 pi 1 ??__._Diytnna...,_,_ 3 00 P 4 47 a '-
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151 ._ i36a415a
904p Port
' in the p Orange 2SOp
the deck with a crash. tThe czar was more severe ?
the while even
.There is Mutiny medal won upon ..
w U) 925p 915pjAr -.--.__ >>w Smyrna .,..__ J30p114ip ..
startled and the kaiser at attacks of cello and cholera
explained cramp I'
4 he was a lieutenant, in the artillery, - r 0
and once that he carries the revolver so morbus. _c 10 21 a 3 44 p!Ar .?_......_. Lake i iOrane Helen """......_. Lv 6 lOp 0 t.
and the relief
for Delhi
with clasps It is equally successful for 103'ta 355p ...__ Cur..._.._. 11 35 p 544'p64ip ..i '
siege of Lucknow. The Indian frontier that he may be armed In case he is 10 45 a 4 00 p ..,.Orange City Juacti. n..... 1230p

,I medal is a trophy of arduous and brilliant attacked. A thought reader predictedsome rammer infantum diarrhea in children and, and cholera is the sc 935 p 2 2S p LTt .?......?... .._._..:...."":Lv 2 90 05 a 0

' '' service at Umbeyla, Lushal and time ago that the kaiser runs the means of saving the lives of many 10A0p 2 Sip __._?.NewOakliill...__...._. .. 1 54 fir' 39 a .,
. :- Burma. The Abyssinian medal flashes danger of being killed by a bullet fired children each year. .' 103" P 3 30 P Ar _._._?.TltUSTlH6_........_.m I--l-1 11 00 a fA ..

the story of the long heroic march to by an anarchist and be cannot help When reduced with water and 900arAr..??......_....6ant"rd..._ ?.. .LyllOCOaLvi '1.000 a900a .0
the mountains and his own labors as being somewhat superstitious. sweetened it is pleasant to take. I ....._.._.'10 00 al Lv ___...--Sanford .... ........ Ar ...?_?: .. a
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one of the most indefatigable staff offi Every man of a family should 10391i 8 SO pi,Lv ___ Tltus'l'Ulo_...._..... ; 1 i6 p 3 00 a ...,
' The medal is a Beautiful Women. keep this remedy in his home. ClU 11 1M I I' 4 0:1 PI.' ....._".....?.....<:"c'""' ._....._..?..._. .. ,11 341.413 a ':1
cers. Afghan war symK it now. It save life. 11221. 413p, ....._...?. ..Rncklodj:8._..........., .. lit 30 I' 215ali
bol'of his rise in rank to major general Plump cheeks, flushed with the soft Buy may f'31'1 4 45 Pi _.____Enu Oat le._..... ...... !UC8a 1 4&a _
in most hazardous campaign, glow of health and a pure complexion PRICE, 25c. LARGE SIZE, 50c. tot 120511.1 t 51 Pi ._.?.?-Motb urne_.. ?......? .. ill 41 a! 134 a
a : make all women beautiful. Take a small c 12 51 a. Ii 37p' .. ___._- ebaalian_.._. .... .. 111 Oi a'12 ti a
5 and the Kabul-Kandahar bronze.star is .139&' 629p+ ...._??..._..Rt. Liwie..._........... 'W &'IJOOm 3K
resplendent with the luster of his great- dose of Herbine after each meal; it will Q. 153 a 645p7C8p: .. __.h___Fort Pierce__.........., 'iOt'Sa'll'! 5S p )
{ prevent constipation and help digest 2 18ft ...?..?....__-Tibt als..........._..._. .. aSOajll 22 p O
est feats of arms. Below and around what have eaten. Mrs. Win. M. GIGI 223a 712p, ,....._.._._EJpn......_ .._...... .. 9 26 a,111ft p
4 the medals are the decorations with you KILLTHI COUCHAND 2 28 a HIP '. ..._?......_..J..nhen_....?..?."?.. 9 ''I all 13 p .
Strond, Midlothian, Tex., writes, May 31. tI) 2 39 a'' 7 28 p!l ,. .....___.._Stuart_...?..._.. .. I 911a,11 Wp
which his services to his country have 1901: "We have used Herbine in our CURE THE LUNGS 3 OS al 1 7 56 p, .. ..'.._. Hobo Bt'unl1_..._..?.... Ii 42: a 10 36 p
been rewarded by two sovereigns: The family for eight years, and found it the + 3 27a 8 14 p .,.???......WestJupit..r............... .. H2ia 10 19 |/ a
404 8 ip1 West Palm .... .. 7 43 9 is
u al Btjach a P
Order of St. Patrick the Grand Cross best I medicine we ever used for constipation WITH Dr. t- 4 32 9 lip; .. ?...._.......Boynton ..............?_ .. \ ?20a 918 P V
- of the Bath the Star of India, Knight bilious fever and malaria. Sold by King'sNew Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau Gallie .. 6 37 a'10 ;21 p, ...?........Ft.Lau.rUale_............ 6 Ha6iOa Slip
Commander of the Indian Empire the11rec'lous CQ 5 46 a'10 30 p!; ...._?._?_.._ Dan la_.m..........._. 80p7(4p
Eau Gallie Fla. ..
x Garter and of the Order of Pharmacy, 553a104ip: ;; ......?..__.""HaUandal<<_......,,....... .. 558a
Discovery 62all07p! ; ........._. Lemon City _._. .....:. 5 H a 723p720p:
Merit. The baton of field marshal For Over Sixty Tears. 6 35 a 1115 p,Ar ....._ .."._.. 11Iaml_...._..?..?_. Lv 5 25 a
which he carries to a levee, indicateshis Price '

rank in the army after he has held Mrs. Winslows' Soothing Syrup has FOR CONSUMPTION SOc & $1.00 Daily -I' Dally ,

L Y'1 supreme command of India. Ireland. been used for over sixty years by millionsof Free Trial. Sun.ES. I HOMESTEAD EXTENSION; I-I I Sun.It. .
mothers for their children while teething '
South Africa and Pall Mall. Yet* the with perfect success. It soothes the Sorest and Quickest Cure for all C 4-Si'' .......... Lv ..-Miami.Homestead.. ........?....... Ari .._i l5
'' record is Incomplete with all these child, softens the gums, allays ail pain, THROAT and LUNG TROUB- 8 uia. ....,.., Ar ...... .......- .......?...?.. Lvl.I ........-!'I 3 OOp tsp

E trophies and decorations, for he has received cures wind colic, and is the best remedyfor LES, or MONEY BACK .

honorary degrees from five universities diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor No. 23Dally No 21 Io. 19 No. 17 No. 15 I t.lo 20'i N *
and as as fourteen lit tie sufferer Sold Sunday Sunday Sunday Dally: MAYPORT BRANCH. Yo. 18 iH.5'' >"f
z ; immediately. by druggists ExSun Only Omy. I Only. ,Ex Sun645p I Dii
,.. cities and boroughs have conferred up- in every part of the world. Twentyfive I_I -Daily only. Only jEa Set

;, on him their highest civic honors. cents a bottle. Be sine and ask for 50 YEARS coop 2 00 pi I 9 30 a' 9 00 o Lv ... -.Jack9onTille...._ Ar 8 30 a 00 I
SiSp 11
< OS P6 6J P! a 08 p': 9 38 a 9 08 a;Ar _So. Jacksonville_. Lv P
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup and EXPERIENCE 8 2'l 11.11 52 a. 6 37
All these decorations and hopors Stop 7 :4 p729p 2 40 p 10 10 n1; 939 ai "."_Pablo Brach....._. .. p75tall20a 6 011
with the take no other kind. 4Jp 24SplOUa' 9 44 a" _.Atlantic BR&CL.._ 5 Oi P 433p
Lord Roberts wears simplicity 743alll5a
TOOp 745 p1 ..._. S o.J r JO p
Mayport..?......, 130a1100a1t4S' pj
of a great man. Whenever I have 4 15 p

+ met'him I have been Impressed with

$4 .e his resemblance, not in appearance but PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI lr

in characteristic traits, to General Tutt'sPillsThis

Grant. He is quiet unostentatious, reserved TRADE MARKS Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. 4: 0. S. S. Company Fet

in speech, 'tolerant in Judgment DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS \

and sweet natured. Short in stature Ac. HAVANA AND KEY WEST.\
popular remedy never falls to Anyone fending a sketch and description may
; 4 :. and without commanding presence, he effectually cure quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
I, invention ia probably patentable. Commoniev
=t' stands so erect and has so much natu- Dyspepsia Constipation Sick tiona strictly conajentui. Handbook on Patents These Time Tables show the times at which thins .
that he foot taller sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. from the.r .nJ stations, but theIr arrha r bseipeeted to anive&&aA4 4eput
ral dignity seems a or departure at
Headache, Biliousness Patents taken through Mann tt Co. receive our U this Company to be held rho times slued U sot gaataate.e
*1, than he really is and harly justifies rpec notice, without charge In the reapollatb1eforuJ dims or say eonsegaenoes ari+tot tbevtr..a,
arising a
s Mr. Kipling's jingling description of Scientific American.A
{ him His eyes are keen, and his hear Torpid Liver and Bad DigestionThe Effective Jum 3 d.. 1905. the schedule figures for the Mayport branch and Homestead )
handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest dr- extension LOW>1,. t; n in time table No. 62 will be changed additional
< '- '. ing ig self possessed and alert and his natural result Is good appetite eolation of any.dentUla :Joaraal. 'Terms.a service IntwienJ: k-Dville" and Mayport and the service between being put into
?! and solid flesh. Dose small elegant- year; four months,tL Sold bj"U newsdealers.jQf Miami and Homeatead
face is kindly and reflects the good ; being rr(11' -a t- '"I.D.a day each way, leaving Miami 8 a. ", and
returning lean
' JIIUPI'oated and easy to swallow. MUNN & 361 Broadway. New York i Of' rt wing Miami 2:30
ki .' ness of bis heart. Easily approached, Homosti .. p. m. For correct schedule see any agent of
r Take No Substitute. Branch Office. 68 r St.Washington .D.C. F. E. Ct: 'r".ud or address the A. G. P. A.,J. D.Bahaer,5t.Aogustino, flea .

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Yt rJ'Kt.'.. "'r! yp:'':'. .C.:!;;:: :: A.;..,.'7::+,.:.ry7. .' ,. hl L }{ 1 1\K, : r:w,3 in use for over 30 years.has borne the signature <: >t ,}. 1i.b. ,
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"<" -,. ., ... .- later performed'maneuvers over Broadway book/,Upllroln Slavery'to*come Into ff :
[g. .: .#' ";"""4. "" !I Allow no one to deceive !"'t in thi. : "
: 11! L=CRIMINAIL'' as far south as the Flatiron buildIng -. contact 'with white people In the furtherance l
;. ,;" .ofS .#,........-..... -.. -,. ; All Counterfeits; Imitations and "Just-as-good'" ;,r' .'.it 'N
returning'each time to ..the'park of work in I do not \
; 'f. my ways '
.. thai with and the health of
Experiments trifle endanger
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y ....i..II.--i.: ..:! tFaf without mishap. An. Immense crowdof In the south. '
forllrruted.L Infants and'Ch d1'en-Experience against Experiment r
r '" ; > people was on hand'to watch the
{ .?e kham,.the'New York novel experiment in air. navigation

'..!>'c >btoher: indicted by the:federal which:had an additional-source of'excitement I MISCELLANEOUS I ,:
'.< !JJ ufi I a$ ;Washington for 'com- on' account of its commercial What is

':a .Ji i 1f the'cotton leak scandal, was object .A local paper had made use Yellow .
tghestedat sarntOga 'A. Y. Checking the FeverThe Castoria is a.harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pure- ; .
. : ; and sent to of .the :experiment as an advertising .-.. .
,.;34L.':dbfault' of;$12,000 bail .Peck- dodge; by having the aeronaut drop a first month of the yellow feverin gorse, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant It .' ,

r-1wia :OUeo: >tUi j< >; r
. ..""bagills,,::" rer:question. before. the grand $100, as he flew over'.the streets and disclOsed. a record of 1,385 cases and substance. Its age is its guarantee. It'destroys Worms .$ .

=-i ... whew" :;t"J'WU:' Investigating. the housetops of the, city On ,his'return 196 deaths in 311 localities, mainly in and allays Feverislmess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind J '.

of Statistician.Holmes. trip, the airship made headway againsta Louisiana, Texas and Mississippi. The _
'', Colic. It relieves
,,' i> !'> :'" ': death rate wag 14.1 cent Teething Troubles cures Constipation ;
average ,
; g. .Reprieved. ,. pretty stiff wind. and 173 persons were discharged as and'' Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the -. :'

K -the .thlyd t1 1 e'Johann HD<;hhu, Writing of his experience, Mr. Kna- .. cured. The authorities have adopted Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. ;- 1. ,
benshue said that he encountered
1 ped 'from the shadow of the galbws"7gstioe a .lhe .. .
: everywhere the practice of killing the Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. ..
DlcGriifler of 'remarkable series'of cross .currents, ,
( ,the Illinois fever breeding mosquitoes In the lar- .
suggestive of a choppy sea in a storm. .
upreme :court granted a supersedeas val AL\VAYS' :'
stage by fumigation. New
1tabeforg"the expiration of the He. reached the maximum: height of CENUINE CASTORIA :
govr Orleans the
center of infection, has
7 ri;: prleye.: This' will( 'cause the14'toLe 5,000 feet at which point he could placed herself under sanitation

reviewed ,at. the ,October hear' nothing of the city's 'sounds owing and .daily inspection, rigid with the result Bears the Signature of :,:, : _
to the effect of'the rarefied air
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;kbutya.final decision .
m. tetm may not. be that the progress of the disease Is well'under "
ed_before on his ear drums. The thought occurred -
April next when
Hoch control The most feature f
\"m jfl+be. neither executed or. 'tried again. to him what a chance it wouldbe pitiful : fl
.. of the situation to
'? ) '- '.' ,' for an enemy to steal into New appears
'lb mahip''Captain Arrested.IfOricomiplalnfof be the of the smaller I >
York by an*airship and drop sticks'of plight towns ,
: Collector Stranahan dynamite upon these great piles of along the coast, where scientific,methods '<

olsNg ''JQrk.Eugenio: Laverello, cap- stones. Although successful as a flight, have not been applied. At the lit .

. .;;tale GtaheiItalian; ; ':'line. steamer' Citta the experiment: showed very'conclu- tle village of Leesvllle, La., with- a "

".; tklCapoll'was; arrested for having, sively that in its present state of development population of 10,000,170 were reported The Kind You Have Always Bought ;. _

4failed to provide a sufficient number the dlr..glble.baUoon is an down with the yellow fever and 200 ,

table and chairs for the steerage interesting plaything, but not capableof more with, the, dengue"fever.. Relief In Use For Years.
passengers. :The officers of the line ad- taking any part in the commerce and expeditions were sent from New Orleans Over/30

't 3 aiitgd'tbet| : charge,. but, made the de-: Industry of the world. The doctors have reached the THE CCimUN: COHMNV. TT BUMftA?.TREXT.. MEW tact
iffenset*that they were.'''virtually under conclusion 'that Italians are more liable t ..: : =:" ".:' ':' .,. .jt.: ).
']Dat uCt1oJl8' from the Italian govern- Ward and Wright Still Champion. to take the.disease than any other I W* ,

.>.tJ, ent:not to,provide. seats. The official Holcombe Ward and Beale C. Wright, race and that their high mortality is
Who'accompanies- the Citta Di Napoliisald'that both of Harvard, retained their title as due to their mode of life. The statis- _

: passengers preferred, tostud national champions in the lawn tennis tics also show that women are commratlvely Do You Want to1< now All About the :

..,'. 'at.'their meals.or to eat..sitting doubles by defeating Harold,H. Hack- safe, the deaths from yellow -
'*" "n' -. ,-because they were not ac- ett and F. B., Alexander. ,' the Yale- fever being five times as great

"O1.,-customed'to sit at tables in their own Princeton challengers, in three straightsets among males as among females. All EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?

_.. untrJ':1: at Newport, R. I. the evidence goes to confirm the mosquito -

?;Tholnaa.E.. .., Waggaman Indicted. In the match between the east and .Infection theory. One caSe was

''H.'Former Treasurer Thomas E. Wagga"inan I west at doubles Alexander and Hack. reported ,as far north as Gregory, Mo. Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trucking and

'' I ett,"representing the east, defeated Col- Accidents. General Farming? If so, subscribe for the...........
| :of the Catholic university, whose _
failure:for newly $5,000,000 Involved lins and Wardner. the western cham- The Mississippi valley was shaken COAST"HOMESEEKER

Catholic- funds,' .has' been indicted at pions. up considerably by an earthquake Aug. FLORIDA EAST .
.Washington for, embezzling $5,200 be- 21, tall buildings being rocked, doors

Pronging to the Adele C. French estate, I SOCIOLO.GIIAL I' shaken and windows rattled. It was PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM.
'lbt.whicit' he was trustee. The trustee L the most severe noted for many years ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE.

: bl i .bankruptcy has appealed to the. and extended over a wide area of illinois ADDRESS,

i:Q t,to set aside as an Illegal prefer- Are Women Crowding Men? Missouri, Tennessee and Ken- E. V. BLACKXAX, Editor, MIAMI, FLORIDA.

l;ttice', the deed of trust given to the Superintendent of Compulsory Edu- tucky. The shock was preceded by a _
;|'Catholic university; so that the latter cation Bodine of Chicago has started loud rumbling noise that greatly -- f

maybe on the same footing as other anew the discussion of women in in- alarmed the people, many of whom John Stetson

iUnsecured.creditors.. dustry by his sensational statement before rushed into the streets. UniversityDE

li the, National Association of Factory The deadly grade crossing has .another -
i Inspectors at Detroit. He quoted horror to Its credit at Butte, LAND, FLA

', RELIGIOUS I statistics to the effect that In 1SDO: Mont., where a street car collided witha I

there were In .this country 3,9H7: slowly moving freight train. The Affiliated With The University of,ChicagoCOLLEGE

!'" women engaged in gainful occupationsand car carried 100 people, eight of whom
Unchristian Reform In China.. OF LIBERAL ARTS-The standards those of the of
\ .. that in 1000 the number had increased were killed and many others seriously are University Chicago.
The Shanghai agent of the American I Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and CLirago.
to 5,329,807.. He then said: injured. :
I Bible society confirms the various re- I COLLEGE OF LAW Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law in Florid
., "We are rapidly drifting to the age The collision of the British steamer without examination. r '

jfepbrts i of a great and progressive trans-the of the 'eternal feminine' when man will Baralong with a Japanese transport in COLLEGE OF TECHJiOLOGY-Mechanical: Civil. Electrical Engineering and Manual

fforaatton which Is coming over be a back number and forced to returnto the Inland sea Aug. 24, caused the Training courses leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment. f

piri$ of China as a consequence of the the soil and to those fields of labor drowning of 126 Japanese soldiers. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Book-keeping by best.method-. f

Japanese victory over Russia. But the where only his physical strength will The burning of the big Marion Elective courses open in other Departments Large Faculty and commodious building.

.j' point which most interests the mis- gave him in the struggle for survival.. Heights and Pine Hill coal breakers at PREPARATORY ACADESlY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard Yale, Princeton a

Pikmary worker in China Is that ttttfIVchJnese Pottsville, Pa., caused the loss of $300- Cornell Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges. l
reformers are now getting Manchester's Street Car Experience.In 000 and threw more than 1,000 men NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-1. Kindergarten in its own bundin 2. Primaryand

';Ithetf: ''Ideas of progress direct from4apa&and view of the Increasing attentionto out of work. I Grammar School in separate building. This School especially prepares Public Schoo1

therefore dissociated from the subject of municipal ownershipin .teachers.
: Il1SIC SCHOOL-A $10,000.00 pipe a dozen pianos separate building large faculty
{ br1it tnlty. ..They see In Japan for America the report of the municipal thorough courses study. t!

||lbe'first time an oriental nation cou- street car system of Manchester, Eng- p THREE JURORS CUREDOf ART SCHOOL-New studio. Costly casts models, etc.
or'at least land has been widely discussed. It
qoering a western power, has of instructors. hold from the University
Cholera Morbn with One Small Bottleof Stetson a faculty 48 professors and They degrees -
j|defeating it on land(land sea. AlthoughChristianity shows that for the year ending March of Chicago. Harvard. Yale, Dartmouth. Columbia University of Pennsylvania, Bryo -
has made considerable 31, 1005, the city cleared a net profit Chaniberlalu's Colic, Cholera and Mawr, Bucknell University of Michigan Dennison and other Universities. There are over
Japanese people of $604,750: on the 146 miles of track in Diarrhoea Remedy 300,000.00 in buildings and equipment;nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an endowed
"regress to,Japan, of 13.000 volumes beautiful with stained'
library over ; a chapel costly furnishings including
slight Interest In operation. The great bulk of the business Mr. G. W. Fowler, of Hightower, Ala.,
10 .whole take only glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a$10,000 00 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus;
&the: theology of the west. The mlssionr -77.34 per cent of the whole was relates an experience he had while serving an enclosed athletic field running track tennis courts baseball diamond and gridiron, besides e'

'. "" .fears that this new impression got done at a 2 cent fare or less. The city on a petit jury in a' murder case at swimming, golf rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women; five,
.. Chinese students has been able to run its lines with Eilwardsville, county seat of Ciebonrne large laboratories for Chemistry Physics. Bacteriology, Minerology and Biology; severs, I ,
.bJ} sending hundreds of the county, Alabama. He says: "While large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells, steam heat, cement walks: shell ,
Japan for study profit at these rates, while reducing roads broad and social musical and other
Into victorious there I ate some fresh meat and some ; avenues spacious campus. shrubbery trees; literary,
rtmai, greatly hinder the progress offw.jtian working hours of Its employees from souse meat and it gave me cholera mor- students' clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location i..
em- to fifty-four per week. At the beautiful and healthful and the expenses are low.
Chinese seventy
in the form. I ne'ermore
in was
missions bus a"very severe
For catalogs views folders and information, address the President, .
tPhe5by Inducing feeling that pagan- same time It gives each of its workers sick in my life, and sent to the drugstore .

K-torn: \Is sufficient unto Itself. He says free uniforms and a week's annual va- for a certain cholera mixture, but LINCOLN( HULLEY, A. )!., Ph. D., DeLand, Fla .ij'

ithat recent. Chinese publications bring cation with pay. the druggist i sent me a bottle of Chamh(1rlain's .
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy -
the Chris Incident
contempt on WashingtonWancmaker
'1:njor :or less instead, saying that he had what I .y
,.-ganrengion and its representatives. The press of the south still echoes sent for, but that this medicine was so

i.R iwplflllMi Ma'rriage Not Valid. with the pros and cons of the alleged much better he would rather send it to SBABARDi

FCardmal Gibbons has announced thatthe Indiscretion of President Booker T. me in the fix I was in. I took one dose :

reconsider the deeWoa Washington, of the negro school at of it and was better in five minutes. The + -
"pope church authorities In the Tuskegee in dining with the family of second dose cured me entirely. Two fel AIELINE RAIL"\V.A.Y_ { ...
; of the Mr low jurors were afflicted in the same man
'! iJUosl.marrfage case. It had been John Wanamaker at Saratoga. ner, and one small bottle cured the threeof -FOR- t .

found that the dispensation for the Washington himself was compelled to us." For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy.OAf9TORIA. :;i

!*jnarriage of Miss Reid a Catholic Colonel, now take notice of various stating false that reportsby he Savannah, Columbia. Southern Pines!!! t ::'

ttbe Rosplgliosi, to
| Princess .
3Parkhurst..; : .. unbaptized person was dined with and)lr. Bun the Have Always RjDghtan Richmond, Washington, Baltimore. ;

"l.fe:;:i*tithe the'-pope proper E had one-deciueu to be that granted Irs.RospliUost; hence T>arb.E Wanamaker members family at a of hotel the, 8%? Clf" ,,. # Philadelphia, New York. t 1' 1 J

;:hunrl marriage to Prince 1 :
-. on invitation, for
:aeoald,." I not be. recognized. the purpose of talkIng TWO ELEGANT TRAINS: DAILY. i

'4P, l 1 SPORTING that he (Washington v ,

1. .. ) was staying at 4 ,'
Booker T. Wash- colored hotel aIn
A1nhi.. Over New York.i a .!
of Nework ington. the time. for .
: ,For the first time the people -::
witneSsed a practical dem- mer years Mr. Washington had repeat- Seeds -
*,Onatratl0n have of aerial navigation by edly stopped at the hotel where Mr. ONLY LINE t if;
i balloon con- without comment being known by what they have
:'means', of .the dirigible KnabenS Wanamaker concludes with this explanation : grown. For half a century they Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaiis. Ii I
y and operated by Roy made. He bare been the.taDdard-banD'S
became attitude toward exist failed once to produce bigger better
first of his
of Toledo 0.. who crop* than any otben. Sold '
.: tamo a.br navigating the airship Ar- ing sectional customs: by all dMlem. Itea feed Amaal For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or : iwrite
fru to all applicants. .
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conform, to
south I
tow at' the. world's fair last year. "When In the .
'from his tent Inclosure in a all colored people, to the customs of D. M. FERRY & CO.. A. O. \L\CDOXELL, S. C. BOYL TOY, Jr., 't
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:: jr- : :John Maitieii' this 'wiater Christian Mr. and Mrs.:G.X Snedeker '
place ;
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.....;% day.The South 'boys have formed abase PTase,' Mewls. :Claude Beaojean, John on the- Hirer. ? __

: t.i. .:IB'C'D IDf. ;tftliiiTEsMm : ;ball nine. ",lost -now :they are ,in I Nicholson J ;Sam:Martin and others. Many Exchange. Bought and Sold on'All. !' '' '

# iK {<, Ii.,. infancy bat intend to' make were prevented from, attending account Foreign Countries.
v -< .. : their they a. .
_ f\ .a <:....T.j'"',-''' "'I'-' "- ...!':." 11' I of the rain. Patronage'appreciated. Prompt service, f i-,
-1"c :" nacre for themselves.
: polite treatment and every favor consistent r ,
it ;:; $ ::Correspondelts FiId :Mr.5 Geo. McJunkin, who bas been.oc- Mr. Ales: : Near has been very successful with conservative banking granted. a
_ : in sinking the artesian well COBBESPONDENTSrEmpire -
copying Mr. John..Mather's cottage this ; securing,
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f 4: .; of InteriStl :'lnte' summer, has moved to Mr. Jones'' place: a fine flow of water in a reasonably short Bank &Trust Trust Company Company JacksonvilIeFla.TITUSVILLE, N. Y.. Florida. 4-. :

"' .. '.. '" on the sooth_ end of the island. time.on the turpentine still site of Shave
...", ..,, ;r., : \ V. ,- & Co., in South Melbourne. This com- FLORIDA.
>Ii' r' > ,Mrs. Harper, of Miami, who has been
!it r '.. : J1OUKOU', has lately bought 14,000, .acres oi :
''- ", : ; : < '. '- i visiting Mrs..McJankinis; spending sometime
:" ., :;"John! R.FieId. Jr.left Sunday to resumev land--in this vicinity. They have also '
I with her father Mr. S. Jones, at
4 ". ::'"hia,:'studies' at Arabi 1- Gal' i' Eaa Gallie before returning to her home. purchased, through Mr. R. W. Goode, PENNEY & ,
\ couple of : the Gates property, in South Melbourne,
Our banting
; boys were cow
,fl. Grant who
Mr.H. has been the
1'r '. :days and ae renal bad i lime rain.. .! where there will be located, a number of f TITUSVILLE '
Snell for time moved
3 -- property some on .
I houses and for the ,
new headquarters :
'i Song service was hell at Mr, S. J.'; Tuesday ,to Mr. L: Mather's place at -- v
business. The F. E. C. R'y
( ; company are
j' .' Field's'Sunday evening, quite a .number
: Banyan.. We understand the Snell place
now putting in a side track on this property ,
: being'present. has-been taken by a party who,will come Fashionable ClothiersGeilts'
,Mr.,and Mrs. L. W. Guerney returned in soon.

p ,' :: home Friday from' Miami, where. they Sprain.
< have the summer;! Are you lacking in strength and vigor? S. A. Read, Cisco, Tex., writes March
.' spent Are you weak? Are you in pain? Do 11, 1901: "My wrist was sprained so and Furnishers
t Miss Alice Sanders left today for Miami yon'feel all ran down ? The blessing of badly by a fall that it was useless; and .
health and all who after using several remedies that failed to .
: where she is,to take up a position teaching strength come to use
F- r Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cts. give relief, used Ballard's Snov Linimentand r -_ .. J. "j:
spending a night at Jupiter enron'I'
Ask your druggist was cured. I earnestly recommendit The Queen Quality Shoe for ladies is the
-- Dr. Charles Hill's speed boat has been to any cne suffering from sprains."
4 1. ,. toEockledge and thoroughly overhauled- EAU OALUK., Sold by. Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau most stylish) and durable in the 1fo la. In.

",, so that she will flit lightly. over the water Thunder.. and showers during the past Gallie Pharmacy, Eat GallieFla.OAK addition we keep the famous Edwin: Clapp air<<

on his return. week. HILL Crossett Shoes. All high class goods'to be f

j T-'. _. .Quite a number of inquiries for board Oar public school will open on Monday Mrs. H. A. Summerall left for Georgia, found here. Manhattan Shirts, E. & W Cel ,

h -1 for winter' months have already been next the llth inst. Tuesday, and will be away for two weeks. lars, Stetson) and Knox Bats. .

jf' .made' tourists who have lived in Indian- Robert Mensel has rented his house for Mrs W. L Nail arrived Sunday for a

i ola are ever anxious to return. the coming winter season. visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.

-* 7.. .' S. Gaines. Anything and everything else tilt
acid Geo Houston and family will move into *
Rheumatism, gout, backache
poison, are results of kidney trouble. Hoi- ,their new home this week. The Misses Ethel and Lily. Westall, of men wear yon can buy here.

I lister'a Rocky Mountain Tea goes directly &gero & Co. had a large lighter onHodgsou's New Smyrna, are at Eldora during Mrs.
to the seat of the disease and cares Summerall's absence.Mr. .
k where all else fapa. 35 cents. Ask your ways this week, the same is MAIL ORDERS SPECIALLY SOLICITED,
druggist need in the freight carrying trade on the M. R. Creighton arnved from
river. Baltimore last Friday. Mrs. Creightonwill

r 3s COCOA. G. F. Paddison has just completed a come later in the season. SAN MATEO CIGARSHave ==

\ v Miss Kate Eyer and Mrs.. Holmes left model barn for his thoroughbred cows. Mrs. S. B. Owens and children arrived

Saturday for New York. E. Spiller is now painting and trimmingthe home Saturday night from a pleasantvisit Made a 4!,

; ,Mr. Maurice Weinberg took the train building. with her relatives in Live Oak. Reputationof

;. Monday for.Palm Beach. The East Coast Fish company will Mrs.: H. S. Barker went to Bayard last .. Their Own.

; :' Mr. 0. K. Key left Saturday for Savannah close their branch fish house at this place Thursday and hopes to bring her daughter

Georgia;to visit his b iher& for this season shortly. It was in chargeof Mrs. Asa Wing, home with tier for a The success of the San Mateo Cigaris
visit. one of the greatest triumphsof
The informal dance at the opera house Mr. Stypman.The .
the East Coast since the freeze.
School with
on Thursday last was greatly enjoyed. Misses Bessie and Florence Hodg- opened Monday a good

by those present son took a spin to Bonaventure in the 'under the auspices of Miss Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the
t.. Charlotte Bradley, who taught here last Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on FeatCoast
: Mr. and Mrs. Adam Dixon gave a very on Sunday with J. Kingan Hodgson -
plantation, the cigar industry of the world has never produced better article.
pleasant dance to their many friends on at the wheel.Chadwick year.Mr. For sale by all the leading l hotels and clubs and by the Union News Companyon
f and Mrs. A. L. Fowler, who were
t Friday evening,.all report a fine time. Brus. are adding to their every train entering Florida.
away in Georgia for two months, returnedlast
fishing fleet at this point and will possi- Sizes and Grades
week, having had a delightful vaca- ., Twenty Styles, to select from.
Good advice to women. If yon want a
bly into the mackerel business
go fishing
; Manufactured by s. W. San Mateo Fla. v-
J" beautiful complexion, clear skin, bright the tion.Mrs. ROWLEY ,
eyes, red lips, good health,take Hollieter's during coming season. M. A. Norwood and daughter, \. I
/ Rocky Mountain Tea. There is nothing Mr. Geo. Gingras was in Eau Gallie onTuesday who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs
like It. 35 cents, tea or tablets. Ask
with his 20-mile-an-hour
t W. C. Howes the past ten days, leave
1a. your druggist. launch. A. R. Hodgson had the pleas- Thursday for their home in Ocala. SCREENS

1 are of a spin in the racer.
h BOCKLKDGK. Miss Nettie Coutant has had the pleasure

: Mr. Geiger killed a five-foot rattlesnake The launch Wynona, G. F. Paddison of a visit from three of her college

on Saturday. owner, carried a party of friends to Mel- friends daring the past week, Miss Emma For doors and windows :{

Mrs. J. B. Bower spent Friday and bourne on Saturday, the occasion being a Hudson, and Messrs. Carl Noble and t j

1 Saturday in Cocoa. social dance at the Hotel Carleton. : Stewart Ankenny.Mr. covered with any wire. .. =

Mr. and Mrs. Baxley have moved to Baggett of Daytona in town
; f Mr. Clarence Boyle and Tom Beale, of was
1 the scene of their new work near Till- Wednesday canvassing for the in
Sharpes, spent Sunday at Rockledge. "drys" EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
3. 4Hubert of Oak Hill man postoffice, Mr. Baxley being a part- the election to be held September 27th as II
Magruder, spent
ner in the new firm of T. J. Shave & Co. to whether shall wet Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material. ,
a' Sunday w th Major Magruder and family our county go or
'x Miss Sallie Magruder came from Or. Mrs. Treutler will have a young lady dry. Oak Hill will surely help the dry Eau Gallie, Florida.'C
guest this coming winter season. She is majority.Mr. .
: : lando on Thursday for a short visit to her -- ,
a neice from Germany (the fatherland ---
) J. S. Gaines met with quite an accident
: x parents. MACE.
We extend a welcome to the young ladyin Saturday afternoon thrownout
f.. \ Mr. Harper, the new night operator at advance. of the wagon by the sudden was startingof JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
Cocoa at Rockledge visiting ,
.f spent Sunday. Two large manatees were seen in the the horse, breaking one rib. Dr. Bou-

old frier s. Eau Gallie river on Sunday between the chelle came Monday and bandaged him. Titusville Fla. .
Miss Kate Brown was visiting at the F. E. C. railway bridge and the county He was much more comfortable Tuesday. ,

homes of Mrs. Paxton Mrs. Williams andy bridge. Ean 'Gallie river is a favorite Several others who were standing up in j

: : Mrs. Frank Hatch, last week.yr. resort for these curious mammals.We the wagon were thrown, but uninjured.Ayers DRY GOODS

: Bower and Mrs. Albeit
Mrs. J. B. I
are sorry to announce the death of
{ Smith and little sons spent Tuesday. with Mrs. Danforth, of Olean, N. Y., on Tues- j ,

K Mrs. Hervey Bower, at Cocoa. day. Mrs Danforth was the'mother or'

tr,, : The song service on Sunday eveningwas Mrs. H. U. Hodgson, of Hodgson Bros., 1' CLOTHING

well attended, Rev. W. E. Hall reading and was formerly a winter resident of this i ,

some interesting incident connected town. j

s with each hymn snug. Mrs. Miller pre i
sided at the organ and also sang a solo Mortality. I
Statistics show startling mortality from You know the medicine that ,
I which added greatly to the service. I
appendicitis and peritonitis. To prevent makes pure, rich bloodAyer's -
: The Ladies Aid society will give an ice and cure these awful diseases there is just I I
Sarsaparilla. Your
ti s cream social on the Indian River pavil one reliable remedy, Dr. King's New Life SHOES
Pills. M. of 14 ; mother, grandmother, all your
Flannery, Custom House
15. The ladies
ion on Friday, September -
place, Chicago, says: "They have no folks, used it. They trussedSarsaparilla )
will serve peach and vanilla ice equal for constipation and biliousness."

5 : ; cream, sherbert and cake both afternoon 25c. at Red Cross Pharmacy. "I -t-tI

i1: : and evening beginning at 3 o'clock, and MILLINERY

extend a cordial invitation to all. MELBOURNE.Mrs. .
F. M. Burkhirdt, of Miami, is it. Their doctors trusted it.

k 1 Cause or Insomnia. visiting the Singleton/family. +I Your doctor trusts it. Then

Indigestion nearly always disturbs the Mrs. S. S. Singleton and daughter have trust it yourself. There is FURNITURE.

r deep more or less, and is often the cause returned from their visit of several weeks; health and strength in it.
of insomnia. Many cases have heenpermanentlY'
in Jacksonville. 'tr6re4 twrriVf from indlz tlon and
cured by Chamberlain's I thin blood. 1 found lilt relief until I took -
:;; :
Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale by Mrs. John M. Ferguson and daughter, 1 Death Are cured Sarapanila.me." four bottle iwrma- = : : >:::::.

Red Cross Pharmacy. Miss Lillian, are home again after enjoying flJIi bottle.)lAt F. B.HABT. Mt. Klaco,Y.Y.. We want your patronage.
a nice visit in Goodall. All drne!int. l.n.ell "All.
4t'I TROPIC. Miss Helen Miller arrived MMMMMtMH for* MHMHIIBBfiRich Our aim is to please YOU.
Friday eve-
Mrs. L Mathers and children spent
and will visit her dieter Blood! New Up-to-Date
Saturday with relatives at Eau Gallie. ning Mrs. L A. Goods in every
Peek, until she leaves for Titusville,
M: Mr. Aaron Williams, who has been in Line.
where she will teach school the coming Ayer's Pills are gently laxative.
time arrived last
tar. middle Florida some season. I They greatly aid the Sarsaparilla. Mail orders receive

j rF /week, to get ready for winter gardening. Last Saturday a.very enjoyable evening prompt ana

Sopt. J. R. Walker visited oar school was spent in dancing at Hotel Carletonby ."> PISO'S CURE FOR careful attention.f
w Wednesday of last week and expressed
? 'ranch with the following young folks: Mr. and Hest Cosah err.0. Taeces Good. tN
himself as pleased
; very progress -
- ,,;e made. His address to' the children Mrs. J. M. Ferguson- :Mr. and Mrs. G. F. CONSUMPTION le time. fold br drogRFets.a JOHN R. WALKER & CO. Titaille!

'.vu much appreciated. Paddison, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. J. Goode, v Hi
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