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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00336
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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1 cipi;chi ? btri-w aietg l ;;. and un, Yard wide black taffeta, every,.yard FLORIDA
: r&8t. 1 hoeiery '; ;: AND PERSONALSSometlWlbODttlifl guaranteed;:worth $150 for 98 cents.Chins IN FAIR
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DfJit' please fOIL Also J complete :.stock of"JBne price $1.50 yard Monday, only $1.00. t
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shoes for:misses,and1 infantaC A swell '
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i .tVd''y..J :H.i1 DrGOSSIP :.Jeadeiu in ladies shoes; "QneenQuality"Icnown OF- SOlE INTEREST 49 cents'per yard.. : JHDDSTRYTAGRICDITOREWfcat .
BATTERS Non' 22 inches wide suitable : :
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: ,. |,P blue special 25 cents yard. '

,'.:" t_' 1_. ) l"'f...,.. People that'f ,Everything i!|icdy: up to.":date. _Mailorder. Little 'HappenlDgs Thai( Help to MakeDp '. Eiderdown, price, in all colors per, 28 inches in Is. Being Done Towards the Development = y

.'.'"*, !,-,;>>, .-... $. ", J?; .:f'...Ji it' l'l'a ipeclaij.f width worth 50 cents per yard, Mondy'espeaai r
'rf F!' :JI"t "tJ H.TM the 35 cents.Lonadale of peninsula
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"H q. best quality yard wide, 12
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_'}!'"':: ;3, l'P'l'flx-JIICJdOa:>'?i i-reined'on.; tbo'afternoon' The.Clothiers and Furnishers .Mr.'J. D.,Ennis paid a flying visit to yards for $100.Moosaeline Dr. W! S. Graham is now at'his home
) c = G4aavt* >-" r -.. VTitnsville, Fla.. taffeta, very fine for hair
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""': t Jacksonville last Saturday. I ribbons or hat trimmings, 5 inches wide, spending some months at
; ; aninq'let!' last Friday all colors,, including the new shade of the nc1nh.I '-
-f..i'--,\"IW t,8 : !. Piano Toning, Notice. The ladies' guild will meet at the residence ;
:,,. : : viei'xvieit; 'with relatives in A'dama'of of Mrs P., Nelson this (Friday) afternoon Alice blue, special 18 cents per yard. I .Mayor .W. I. Metcalf of West Palm _
','x.l. :. Fippen Augustine, piano Ladies' sweaters, collarless, in all colors *
': ;;, : -';:" ., .;';.v--t.on i iSlfe.w.' tuner,' will? visit THnsTille: ;(bout the a&3 o'clock.. A fall attendanceis worth |2.00, special $1.49. Beach, paid THE STAR office a pleasant .

x<'d'ii'i't .3:'' &.--A-DII just purchased one middle of November to 'attend to'professional hoped for. .LadW long sleeve nnderveats, all sizes, call Thursday afternoon of last.- week.
: -,;. -: t .\ eker:doUages south of theVHSiairMd1 'f: special 25 cents each. The ,
; :_ fJ ; just work in. that line.' His stay,will Mrs. Kate Hamilton, after visiting with If yon are in need of any ginghams,' suction dredge, Tomoka owned by

,.:;ii < tiif'- ... ;..;. : $ now. occnnturned be limited. All parties ,desiring to have her sister here, Mrs. S. J. Brown, for suitable for children's dressesor boys' the East Coast Canal and Transportation '.

..'-, ':<'Y''J'J:7';.; )''' .. >&I'J: *v.'J'",'<.,!..4.. s::m."x y.n.1>. JI ., good thorough, tuning,:done will please about two months, retained to her homeat waists, we have quite a lot of remnants company, which has been working aNew

,'i: )?i JY-. ; ;:Xrt.1).w. .. ..?ritthaM' from: leave 'their order at 'the .Indian River Stuart Tuesday afternoon. that yon can make good une of, .at a spec- Smyrna for several weeks, will be l''
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,i., fI: I-;;.Bt,-" '" .i\iJ1Lt.last. ',.Friday:'night. Mrs.irha : )Music House ,at :an early date, and Mr. ially Remnants low price. .,,' :fi --- "' Meem +W. R. Sanders, T. H, Sanders, -r
< '-':'i': to on at the will call them when he shortly..
; expeoted come Adams on arrives. suitable for girls' suspended dresses, you
of Indianola, and M. S., Sams, of C IUte-
.; .. .lame tt:1I. I. :"poetponedher; trip until can bay these at a very close price.Infiult's Com, H. C. Roome and .wife,and Com.
were here Wednesday to attend the
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; : F trimmed'with valiencennPsiaceand bob. a days Daytona.
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::J'l" '- .g : : Mrs. Nettie:Feaster and her daughter,
order made the Hon.
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{on Minor 3. Jones, judge of the seventh ju Mrs, T. W. Anderson, left for Miami tam o'shantere, made of the best are enjoying Daytona's fine roads.. Com.
;: ; 'itaGr!;reiitenln 'to, their ,home at Stuart Tuesday afternoon;where they will spend of.velvet in white blue and t
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..:& $: ... .. dicial circuit of the state of Florida, notice navy Roome owns. the fine yacht Roamer,
;' ?\\, #!.Ab .gp4riding ,some,time'tII the monna.ialiha. if is'hereby given that the fall term of the the winter, stopping, first at Indianola. brown, won\'l.50,.at a special price of which is now at Miami and Com.
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cf... f:; taloi of North .. 69 cents. i ,
) $t.\G'i.\ls".}...; ;G"."''< --',<;+; ..(! ,,.,..- circuit court of Brevard county has been for a few days. Hair brushes, good quality of bristles, Hughes owns the yacht Amaryllas, also at.

\ ,','1::'","- 3it....;.Uoatlittdnr:?....:,..';McCormick ,,arrived adjourned sine die. Jurors and witnesses i ,Justice W. R. Boesch and wife, of Eau regular 50 cents quality for 29 cents. Miami.

,0.'y. .. >-i."Iit ''k''':hoarseIroaa:: -- ,'; enraylvanls'" Monday, and summoned to appear at Titusvilie. on Gallie, were passengers on the' south Camel's hair tarn o'shantere.'in all col '
Information has been filed in the criminal -
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:; : 'ff uumed bye'rum1: t the Sanford branch Monday, the 30th day of October are ex- bound train last Friday,afternoon, re- lora, 75 cents for 59 Clnts.I
I Good quality of pearl buttons, all sizes, court of Volusia county against Ed-. a
-. *->\r ={TuAyMrfc'McOormick. : a.la.ter cused from appearing that date,or.until turning.home. from several. mOD'ba" tay 8 cents per dozen. ward Clinton and his eon, Buck Clinton, 1-

; ,- i JMk are nowjln thenctent city,.but willflktt notified by the sheriff. at Potosi.,..Wis.f Boys' suite, in a hard finished worsted, who are charged with the burning of the # '

l e down in a.week,or w for i A. A. STEWABT, farmer's satin lined, sizes ranging from 6
.. : lVlait. Sheriff J. P.'Brown went to St..Augustine Goodrich home at Oak Hill several
.. :\; to 16, in pepper and salt patterns, worth ,
..,. 'rf: oj;;..VTH StAii: offlee.received.. a pleasant cally | Clerk of the Circuit Court. the early part of the week for a $6.00, special$4 98. weeks ago. When the sheriff went to '

:J": : ,r".,Pit j> .ti .a..:;"yea'''''morning..fro- m Col.. T. T.'Wet- FURNITURE,' DRY GOODS, SHOES. change of scene. He had missed the JCLITS KLINE, arrest the Clintons he found that they

., ...;"c:.% :.'---.d..., RevJohn,.W...Walker. ''Ur'i1r. Hall hat rack with mirtor, bevel $5.50 fever for eilht'days, and hopes it baa left Titusville, Fla. had skipped. The Clintons are notorious

,... f'i ::Walker aysvtbathia 'father,.Rev.. Mil- 4 section. sectional book case,$7.65. him! permanently.The characters, and ,one of the boys was ac-

> "L. .5f-i i itiJ" -M-;>.,, l':'": "- .;',.;;'-ir t' t6Oc.lue'Drop head sewing.... butter machine dishes, oak 35c.,$22.50' numerous friends of Di. E. R. DESIRABLE REAL ESTATEFOR cased of being implicated in the famous

1 |abo*the 3rd Vf" November. Souvenir postal cards new views Biai wood."ar 'pleased to see him once Packwood murder, in 1891, but was tried '4
J"", ,,t, .F .tr> '">'" '7_ < for chairs SALE
;' "(: New line tapeetriee ;etc. more at the Bed Cross Pharmacy. Dr. and acquitted.
ff wr RetiW.i' C.::"McCall, of, Apopka, who Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Florida.
Blakewood arrived Sunday, and is in ex- OR .THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDAFOR
,'j t ", preached, in the Baptist church Sunday, celleni health MIMS.
has,'been called to I this charge for the now.
,.r/diI; : : Town Election.
Mrs. C. S. Ballou and her
j- daughter recently
We noticed the of SALE-West Titnsville
ing His appointments here will genial countenance property;
year The annual election of town officers was returned Mima.
fine residence and tract of land, containing to
Rev. W. F. Allen about town the first of
ii; : ,sbje,the game as in the past year-services Titusville. 21 of which is fine
held Monday for the town of acres, part a orange Mrs. Chamberlain has been ill'for a
Ii..'> L third and fourth in eachjnontb. the week, he having returned to his pq
1Q to the Sundays off grove; the residence is new and in per. week .
passed quie'lyand a :
Everything very or
so.
.... .,d.: ,, ;,.... :. i charge here, the Methodist church, froma fees condition throughout; residence contains .f
,., > The result of the
; light vote was polled. 0. C. Hansell has the contract to builda
eleven rooms exclusive of bath-
vacation Social Circle Ga. ,
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spent r
f1 !J:, Dr. H. D. Waugh left Tuesday for Co.lumbiiSoutb election was as follows: room, pantry and china closet; hot and road out of coquina rock. It starts at 'v ,

-J,1 'i I"""; 7 Carolina. where he has For mayor, Dr. B. R. Wilson, 44 votes. Mr. and Mrs. Wetmore are looking cold water in bathroom, kitchen and pantry Chamberlain's corner, led will be a fine

1f' gone into the drug business himself; having For marshal and tax collector, J. N. forward! with the greatest pleasure to ; bathroom has sanitary closet; laun road when finished. ='
+ having their daughter, Mrs. Bailey, and dry has sanitary closet and water facili
> .f interest
; .'" purchased:a half mowing'sPharmacy Waller, 44 votes. ties; water good and plentiful; barn 24x30 J. N. Mosbey is stopping at J. Z. Ky- ,

{ ;:ter ; to that city. The doctor's For clerk and treasurer, J. D. Ennis, granddaughter and grandson, Miss Bailey feet, new and up to-date in all its arrangements zeHs for a week or so. Messrs.; Kyzer and ;-
H& 'j. Jamily will remain here for several and Master Bailey, of New London, house
: yet 44 votes. ; carriage adjoiningbarn Mosbey are constructing a packing house
I weeka.'Mr. : I Conn., to spend the winter here with water in barn; large chicken house,
For assessor, John Henry, 45 votes. for G. B. Cooper. ;
them. to arrive cement floor, also supplied with water;
'-fir. .;' .'Carl C. Cortissarrived in Titnsville For councilmen, Dr. E. E. Rollins, 38 They month.are expected sometime grounds surrounding house under good The ducks are beginning their flight

% Sunday from Jacksonville;and took hie votes; E. L. Brady, 43 votes; 0. A. Stewart next cultivation; shrubbery, etc.an ideal win- down the beautiful Indian river. G

yiar: : new position in Walker's Department 41 votes. Last week THE STAR received an invi- ter home; must be seen to be appreciated; The orange trees are looking fine, and

x etore'Monday morning. C rl's, corny Messrs. A. J. Sembler, Chas. -Fulton tation, extended by the board of trade of seeker.a very decided bargain for some home the oranges are rapidly coloring.Mr. s

': r ,; "f'<;',Tituavillefriende'are pleased.to see him and Adhemar Brady served as inspectors, Jacksonville, to attend the reception ac CHAS. T. McCoY, Nolle is beginning to buy grapefruit I

'f back in this his old home once again, and with A. D. Penney as clerk. corded to President Roosevelt in the Auditorium I Titusville, Fla. '

he'says he is also pleased to be here. The newly-elected officers were sworn in Jacksonville Saturday after FOR SALE-An old pioneer grove, one The people of Mims are very proud of

The regular meetings of St. GBbri 1' i in at a special meeting of the council, noon, the 21st instj Circumstances, how mile river front, 290 acres land, 25 acres their school. Last month the average '

held Tuesday night, with the exceptionof ever, prevented our being present upon in grove, in good condition, fine dwelling, attendance was eleven.

guild have' been resumed, the first meeting Councilman E. L. Brady, who was absent this occasion.Do very best of land for celery farm. Three The woods are full of partridges, and it ; ,
being held last Friday'afternoon at of would for the
4 from the town.TRCBTIIXK not forget that Dr. E. H.Armstrongand crops oranges pay. place.. won't be long before many a partridge "
the home of the ,president, Mrs. T. T. Will Bell for less than value of improvements
staff of nerve and eye specialists, of purchaser thereby getting land : will fall.
h : Wetmore. There were quite an encouraging -
*-&;$ Fi a., Oct. 24th, 1905. Jacksonville, will be here at the Indian free;better than homesteading; no incum- ; Mr. W. W. Ballard, his mother and
number In.attendance. and all The council of the town of Titus. brance titles perfect farming tools, vehicles s
towp Rivtr hotel soon., They request that all ; ; Miss Hawthorn arrived at East Mime
seemed ready to go to work with newvigor blacksmith shop a1l'with place.W. .
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ville met in the council chamber, and the their former patients will come to the recently.
Mrs. Wet- R. SANDERS;
coming : ,
for the year
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following officers were sworn in i to serve hotel for an inspection of their case, and Indianola, Fla.
more served elegant refreshments, and Death of Mrs. Frances
for ensuing : B. R. Wilson, Pyles
year mayor; would invite any others who are in needof ..
the-meeting was a very pleasant as well E. E. Rollins and 0. A. Stewart, memo their services, to see them. FOR SALE-40 acii's land with 6 acres After an illness of several months, Mrs. : ,'

a as a profitable one. bers of the town council; J. N. Wailer, young orange grove, choice varieties;good Frances W. Pyles died Monday evening '$,' .
location; 15 miles trom Titnsville; also
The, Becord, Catch of Mullet marshal and collector J. D. Eunis, clerk! Seeking Aid For the New Inlet several other choice properties east side at the home of her daughter, Mre. Clifford .' ,, ...

and treasurer. Mr. G. F. Paddison came up from Eau of Indian river; good hunting. Address. Gould, in St. Augustine. 'p

The largest catch of mullet on record at The present financial condition of the Gallic with his launch, the Wynona, "Grove," care Star office, Titusville, Fla. I Mrs. Pylea was born at Beaufort, S. C., i ,. ,

6Fi 'this place was made Monday night by town, as per clerk and treasurer's books. Sunday night, bringing with him Mr. L. FOR SALE-General store, stock and in 1837. She was the daughter of )Ir. and I'f. 3

"- C. W. Griggs,Jim Revels and,Cleveland is as follows: Bonded indebtedness of C. Moore, of Roseland. These two men building;; growing _town on east coast; Mrs. Wm. B. Reynolds. She came to }

..Harris. With three boats these men of town, $1,500;interest and sinking fundon expected to meet Senator S. R. Malloryand good business; little competition; excel Florida in the year 1853, and was married r '

't'- brought Ju Tuesday morning' to the Eureka hand outstanding 'alrants, lent opportunity for party with about to Mr. N. B. at Ocala. Mrs. ''
: $59021; Congressman Frank Clark, Monday $8000. Address"Store," care this paper. Pyles, Pyles 4J _
r' Fish ;company's fiflh-hoose, 5,088 1930.05;cash in treasurer's hands, $8 SO. afternoon, for the 'purpose of carrying resided in Titnsvlile for a number of i

= mullet. The fishermen receive two cents them to inspect the work that has been TWO BARGAINS acres in years while her daughter, Mrs. Gould, f -;

-44::. apiece for mullet, and the amount paid Church Notice done toward opening inlet opposite the Georgians, well located; river front; un lived here. ,,4\ .

them for this catch was $101.76, whichx Preaching services will be held in the mouth of the St. Sebastian river, but I fronting improved.east Three side of"forties"Indian in river one, township body, She is survived by the following eons 'i', '4i

6 g- was equally divided among 'be'three Methodist church, Tituaville, by the pas- neither the senator nor the congressmanput 32, range 40;good land,unimproved. and daughters: R. R. Pyles, of Titnsville; :
above mentioned, so that eich one of tor, Rev. W. F.'Allen, next Sunday, Oct. i '
in an and the launch re F. W. Mcxsox, B. B. Pyles, of West Palm Beach; Mrs. ;
them realized the neat sum of $33 92 for 29th, at 11 a:m. The pastor will go to appearance Georgian, Fla. G. J. Kennelly, of Brandon, FJa ; Mrs. ;.
Cocoa in the afternoon, where he will ; turned to Eau Gallie Monday nightAfter
P. J. Hall of Titusville Mrs. Clifford 'f :
fishermen h
The
heir'nibt'a work. say : ; f
the 7 o'clock. All
in
fish Breach evening at considerable hard work. on the FOR SALE The southwest I of south- Gould and Mrs. L. E. Munn, of St. Au- 1
there has been more caught invited to these services ;.
that cordially ,
I are part of forty or fifty men, an opening was west \, section 23, and the northwest J of gustine. ;
is it desired that all the
and
' ,,,# around Titusville' this year than for many. members,especially the church be present. Sun made last week so that the water flowed northwest J, section 26, township 21, The funeral was held Wednesday morn '1. J }l
and that Titnsville has shipped 34 containing 80 ing at 10 o'clock interment at .
yean past, range east, acres. ; Evergreen
school at.the usual time at Titn-ville freely into the ocean from Indian river
;. day ; J
far the largest Amount of fish ofany MRS MATILDA PETKKSO.V, cemetery, St. Augustine. Rev. J. H. Mari :;
by Cocoa in the .
in the .afternoon, morning.Rev. but the sides of the cot caved in, whichwas Stockholm, Wis. tin, of Grace M. E. Church, officiating.
y the east coast this .
point on year.s@ John W. Walker will hold divine not deep enough and wide enoughto Ii' .

I. W. Harper Whiskey strengthens you services on Sunday next;October 29th, as carry out the sand as it washed in; FOB SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. Call at Titusville Livery, at rear of ...

' and helps resist cold and disease better follows: In the Episcopal church at Melbourne consequently, when the tide turned and About 88 acres of good high land on Robbins' law office, for stylish rigs. I": :-
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than the doctor-try it. Sold by R. L. at 10:30 m., io the Episcopal came in the cut was filled np by the force 'I the east or ocean side of the Indian river Leave your orders for hauling, both dou
Motlow and F. A. Losley. cburch at Eafl Gallie at 7:30 p. m. of the surf outside in the ocean. at the Narrows, described as follows: Lot ble and single. J. M. Osban, proprietor.

It was thought that if our senator and No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section S
'" DUcK UvDJKO. KTOSEBY STOCK; FOB SALE. I.I congressman amid see the work with i 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. BLACKSMITH SHOP.

Titusville is Gtna stock crown co high pine land. their own eyes, they might be able to get '! This land is unimproved but finely lo Don't forget I do all kinds of bkck- r.
Peacock at preparedto
: M. L. ,out for duck shooting at Indian River Nencrics, published 1886. an appropriation from the government to I cated. For further particulars address smith and wagon/: work, horse shoeingand
;yk: take parties solio i I Send for catalogue, Toledo and West carry on the work on a larger scale and E. M. Low, gun repairing. Call and nee me. '

ited.reasonable rates. Correspondence.. t Palm Beach FU.; j, ma.ke a success of the proposed inlet. I Brockton, Mass. J. D. Esxis, Titusville, Fla. 3-

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it.li( .i.fC>>t1 t ! t. '!. :t'1: ; >IW JWi Il L".ouw..,TIIa. ,, frequent desire to'pass 1; o. .. 0 :
( t .L..wutjJTi constructed: 'b>allroom'eap ble of accommodating .
Til1t.: toeeeat attoraeTr : It In .
or pain '
a .
?i : rpr.tzm -: GOO dancers at one;For ." .... a ,
"''' Ooa one ; "j-l ,the:, back';is;..aboconvlndag ;
"" tms n.nra: 11' Jf.oII, the construction of,this Immense dancing : '
,, .t : proof that the kidneys'and bladder A-5urCureE2- :
*" JebaBr.r.'ftt1iI. .
.: { g t? ; fooD'the m tser's after bridge and are out of order '" "* ;
ItWalkerl _
Oarille ,
; 5-J 'f,d1} )"IllIG". '_ ; J.O.il&TSSKSSSKW'fjS .. her; mall quick firing9 guns hire' been :,lfaattel>o..:- 5'Therelst : Gafir'Bruise< :'. Contracted .KUsc! 'IJUns-=Backi"y :
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<;I- ;" -' w' iSijs&evmr removed,' all obstructions have been mfet in, tf 'uovledge.so Frost Feet Bums,;; Scalds etc.l : s
: ; '. cleared off the upper deck,.and the ballroom often expressed,that Dr. ; .Y Swamp- AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritaticn. suites. -'-
,,* Titaarine retiatratioa' : : Root'the peat kidney remedy fulfills
"i;, _o rests.upon the boat deck This is every 'ma'and drivea out PaJo. '
,1: "r?l.!; ., .c .: ft'. wish: In curing rheumatism pain in the loosens flpnsmotes FlbrouT ael.t.
+ : ?* '" .'&' OBOnSBIOfflaBA..."'Al Uoelolia&'llllmaa a skeleton deck above; the upper deck; PENETRATES the Pores. .
: \1" bade
Walker kidneys, liver bladder and every part of tbnatural Blood gMtif Ihe'W_
E' ti* sSt$*0 /JobiJL.Kio.IiuoIa! cmmaa, w.R.; ;.J.: *F r-, Whtcl/'ext r da chord or less continuously of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability 'a free, circulation '

fe;(Tf- ..Woote,t7oe .iT.J. aktatt'LaGrw bettveea the masts. to hold water'aDd raiding"pain in passing eIastictty.BEST EAITH
":" :t % ;.Yeinlar '.'*''err add_first Itafay ,On entering the ballroom which Is It. or bad effects:following use of liquor. UMflKNT OH

.,_. 'f.; .." *;-s a.i;'.",. :.each.. ,mo. .,u.,.K-
:,,. ->.;,W \ .'- flowers flags' anel. bunting the of being compelled to go often
HHEWATISiMrs.
'. j; 'c.., T1aItoP\\1n: Imagine that be has found during the day;and to get" up many' times CURED SCIATIC ,= a
'j fg1;: t PRINCE LOUIS' FLEET during the night The mild and the extraordinary

" "' .'.t.i." ....,, '... his..way.Into a huge marquee' and such effect of Swamp-Root is soon
Jt:-.z: "!,,'f ES-;<'->"> -'. '. -" '. .:' lit Indeed the case';.for the striped Of realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful B. A. Sbrwon, 500 Craig st.-XD Iie. y
bathlof
-f!.::',;: %* # ; and '.wails, where they;are visible beneath cures of the most distressing cases. Tem..imte*:: 'l hue hem rist .
"' t 'ii" ;.-,Detailsof Second. British Cruiser the. Interior;decorations, themselves U yow need a medicine you should have the .Hot Spricri.Ait, for sciatic themnitmn; bat I _

-", n._ ..".., ..' ...;'P'...f1l.' ."" % conceal the tentlike: erection of best.Sold by druggists 50c.andl.. sizes.' get'more ttlkf from Banard1 Snow Lfnrmnit '
tr i' .,.' : Squadron's Coming Visit.ilRST .. have than any SJedfcise or anything I bare eRr rasa.Inclosed .
'You
i\'i bottle of thiswonderful
canvas which serves as a canopy to the may sample
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l !.p7J ; '..\.. ,.. ,', .. --- : find postoffice order for$I.OO. Scads*
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: ; Pitt. ; floor In order to hold this roof In bottle Soatbera n -

h j%: :<),; BEOEPTIOH, .. :.. AT.lBHiPOLIB place which,.the the hydraulic boats 'are derrick hoisted by In meansof and more and a about book ,GIJCOvery.| 'THUE Jarge IZU by : ?.5c, SOc AND $1.00 __

- : .' _"_ absolutely GET THE ClEPIUE
is 4 : BE SURE YOU
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out has been called into requisition.
address.Dr. Kilmer & armsofa.a.ettooe
\ trash. Social, Faaettoaa Plamae4. For The programme of the American trip Co., Binghamton N Y. When writing mention Ballard Snow Liniment Co. .
calls' this ballroom into use for ,dances this offer in this
Rear Admiral PrUe ;L aia.of.BattcmWrc reading generous paper. .
be New York ST. LOWS U i A.
to at at
soi.tbe .SIJ.ti ma4- given Annapolis, make mistake but rememberthe
:f ;:: ?' CoBunaadar ., Don't any
: and smaller ones'at the otter to
places
I"f roate. FtapalB,. Drake'Haa. name Swamp-root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
!J-:'" be visited. Boot,and the address, Binghamton N. Y.
. j7'i.1-'c"! '. aa laimeaae. "".a Ball1'eo.i "" -.' on every bottle. -

t 4f. :'. The 'coming visit first to Annapolis Some Seasonable- Attila. Wew SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY
Walk For Womea.A
and then to other cities,'of the.second It may be a piece of. superfluous advice
' t i- :'' .' British cruiser ', commanded to urge people at.this season of the yearto new figui-e and a new pose have RED CROSS PHARM1CT, HTUSYILLE, ui EAU GILLIE FE1BUCT. E4D SlLLffi : -

: ., squadron lay in a supply Chain herlain'a Cough been called Into existence by the win- '

II :. by.Rear.Admlral Prince_Louis of Bat Remedy It is almost sure to be needed ter fashions, says the London Express
:
; < '. -.tenberg\Ja likely, to prove, ,an, event before winter is over, and much more Women who have for the last year Southern Railway.

FF t{-. :: quite out of the ordinary, saps the New prompt and satisfactory results are ob been lightly tripping in the short '"trot.toll" -

Not win the' fleet tained when taken as BU 6n' as a cold is .
-iIi k\ : York Worldk only skirt have found that they must E'I'.crITE1.0.. C. 1905.
contracted, and before il has become set-
ti. of :war vessels;:anchored In,the waters tied in the which'can only be adapt their style of walking to the new .
system,
So 30 No. 54Daily. .tia:3 J'tt33
i.V' of New York harbor;.bean.. ,important done by keeping the' 'renhly at hand. order of things., A slow, languorous Daily.: : BehrH..l&d.lo.riDe"* arse Tern.F t' tfaily.. -
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but it 'will ,be of the largest This remedy is so widely known and so movement of-the limbs is therefore cultivated -
one .one 755 p _____ 910 a12tp Lv JacLoacille -So. Sy. Ar. I.at- l2IJp r
,ill'aI ; ever gathered at New York. There.will altogether good that no one should hesitate as, being 'more conducive to 1215 a ____ &n.nuh.- _S,., Ry Ar45i1! 4 *63950a po

: 1 be the five cruisers of the British Sec about buying it in preference to any grace when wearing the long redingote 953a----1020pAr.Chs Iotte. N C___.._--S BT. LT ; *aa Pi. 8535

4 : other. It is for sale by.' Red' Cross Phar- coat and the newly introduced princess = .. V*_____._ -Sa.Ky. LT. t te 3O p fc-- U30p i iAr
; '. ond squadron- the Drake the Cornwall {===
macy. styles. The new walk is Just a little 950p1125p-___--_ Washingtoa. D.Co.-$. BT LT 11.D f 150 ...
t' the Cumberland. the Essex and, suggestive of the Gibson girl but in a ,------ 11 *)a Ar. &!tim ; Vd- __.._p R. R LT i.U S!f p
'" e'".r the. Berwick;' Admiral Evans. north INDIAN DICTIONARY. 2 S3 a,--_____- 145p415p 'Ar. Philadelphia PL- -P. R. R LT. : 3 Si i I 53 P r
modified form. The is held
'" -' : Atlantic fleet the Illinois the Bear figure upright 630 a!._______- \1' New York. \-Y__P':: R. B L. !If!It 3 p
*. TriM In Iowa ties SrIUale Instead at the shoulders, with the slightest

': serge the Kentucky the Iowa and the Alphabet.. forward bend at the waist: the Nos. 33 and 34-"New. York and Florida Ex rm&." Daily Punmu Dam Poem

fj.- ',' Ya chusetts-and Rear Admiral Wil- A dictionary of the Musquakle Indian head is erect the chin in, and the legsswing Sleeping Oar between Jacksonville and Sew York. "
NO& 29 and "Washington and Florida Umi &* Daily Pslhsaa Dnwis JioQ
J.r.y lard Brownson's cruise squadron ;
( language Is to compiled by Professor from the hips. Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.No. .
J1l .;" consisting of the Pennsylvania, the Duren 11. Ward of the State University
Colorado the West Virginia and possibly :30Daily. Sa.:9
of Iowa for the State Historical Remarkable Gunnery on Colorado. Through The Lad of the Sty."

:;: the Maryland if her repairs are society, and when completed the The remarkable record made by the DW.r--- :
f{ completed In time. 7"55P p Lv.Jacksonville Fls..------- __.._Sa. &,". r.S4.Ry. {9Wa
li t The admiral is big. In work will be the first of any of the gunners of the cruiser Colorado at target 1215 a Lv. o.a\"aUlI..".. Ga..- -------------......._ ArSou 450 a
prince a man Indian tongue of this peculiar tribe to ,practice off Providence recently Is 600a150p Ar. Columbia. S. C.,__________________.........__-__- By. LT.sBy. 115 a-
,; j.---. every way. He Is one of the sound and Ar. \sbe m X.CL __
: ( .R74' Lv. 415
appear In print says the St Louis the talk of naval circles. With the six --------------- P
.' : solid men of the British navy. He is 231 P Ar. Hot Sprints N.C,_________ LT.IQ.CL t2Ua
yak t physically, over six feet in height, Post-hlspateh.' 'Mr. Ward has spent inch breech loading gun: at range of 600 pAr. Knoxville, Tenn.,___________. .. B7- 1. 9SaSIS
the entire summer. : at the reservationin 3.500 yards, the target being of trl- s n: Ii I..r. Cincinnati. Ohio,_________________ : LT *
; and he Is a big man socially, being one

f :' ff of the best connected men In Europe. Tama 'county, east of Eldora, and angular canvas forty shots were fired Xos.29 and 30-Pullman Drawing Room and BsSVt$'**?!& Cars brtwwa JackaocviBe: Poi
'r t. By birth Austrian, he is a natural has succeeded In preserving many In- and forty bits were made. The percentage St Louis daily.
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t
J teresting manuscripts, treaties 'and of accuracy was .98. Ten:
'J \ lied Englishman and has been a sailor :
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I;::: ', :\ since 1868,' when he became.a naval documents of the Mnsquakies. shots were fired from each of the four I. O. 131 t'ttrH'DJat'IL50D1'UI a .i the berth aa.t.... fs..u 4
x The Musquakles have no alphabet as eight-inch breech loading rifles. Only 1-
ft. ,cadet He has worked his way through == 143 P Lv.Jackwuvtlle, ;a l'e---- T "r a._
( 1 every grade up to,his present rank of the Anglo Saxon speaks of' Alphabets three misses were report r : admiral prior to his appointment to and letters but they have a language ______, 520 a \r. Atlanta Se. RJ-_._._ .._. ., T a ,.-_ i
which shade of Cure Winter Cough. __ 945 Ar. acaRs.. p
which he was.the chief intelligence- COD"eys"er) possible ----- a -- s i IS i
;i: ____ ;' Ar l'iudoDAti. QuecaLl a' t :
1I" T.
--- -- .sa f
; fleer at the admiralty office a most important mE.lning.U thought is conveyed by J. E. Grover, 101 X. Main St., Ottawa, =
8-0 Lv. 'indnnati,. Rig Fear &'tIii. __...... .:::--1.1'. i
the Indians in this reservation by the [ write "Everv fall it hn rf P t H.: t
He is clever In- vans : n
. position. a mywife's
: ,t. : _u___. 710 a j \r. (hiearo. Ri.c F".u 5:ntr ._. _- -Lr .1 ss p,
and use of syllables and the total numberof trouble tn tatch a f't"\"fl'P t old! andherfore =
has made several
"It ventor Important '
; : to ninth all winter l hat 1"\-"t :== $35J10 pI Lt'.l'1lidnuti. Pray Uac .-_,..,. ,.,.-? r.-li._
f'- discoveries in connection with these, according to Professor Ward. ? _______. a, -\rt'bil'1go. Iu._ U ______ .___.,_Lr ; 315p_
-' fall\\ I got her a Kmleof' H.hound'f'
: t.: ships and guns. At one time he was Is about 500.: Every syllable begins She uk d it and has been able to steep .-..---- SU-p'l Lv. t ii.ciniuti. C H.t \.-}(** __.... .,._, 'f ;' I..| a-_. .
;, -'f. in command of the royal yacht during with a consonant and ends with a soundly ip. all night Inng. Whenever the _______. 723 al Ar. ChifajRx. C.H.4t a-3 .....-__ 1.y..m f _

:_: rx;' the lifetime of Queen Victoria but., 'a vowel, The Indians borrow no words rough+ troubles her two or thld "t's ==:: 9 U pI l Lv. itcrinaitiAr. t: H. A l\-MkKlVat. ...._, a t. a.--

:-h" ": whisper of favoritism reaching they forming their own terms out of these stops the cough and she is able to lit' ___u__ 52<< a r T..lfflil' H, ,x IV-HkJuOr,.,.,_,,,,-,l. m.at p: -
up 725 atM. Detroit t C.H.AD-3>1ttyatr,,.,., _..... '
'. queen's: ears, he was given another syllable Among their consonant srd "f>H.1I :2-v, 5an.1 $1 00 Sold by La: l Ullt p
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... 30 p( Lv t inrittu -"fi'.a., hixrs,, =.. Ay ail ===
, ; \ equally Important command. sounds they have no sounds Me f, J, r fol Cross Pharmacy and Earl Gallie "': J.555 .
I. Socially he ism the top rung of the or z, but on the other hand have Pharmacy Eau Gallie, FI4. :::::::. a i i Ar littsburc l ": 1 < -__ Lr'i 6B s_.._..:
: 30, Lt'. ('j ncinfatL hl r_.._._.___,,____. ----
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------- ; c 33 err_
' ::. ladder. He married oneof the Hesse sounds from the following letters and
;. ------- 6 45 aj -\r. t'indnJ. At heat,,-- -.L ; 6.

t"' princesses and Is therefore a brother- s3"llabll\S-bw. pw. by. py tw dw, ty. == 5 30 PI Lsiinstoa, r\, Ry..."..,_..., ,. ly r.i1 c---_=
aI
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.)1- in-law and cousin not only of the czar dy. sy, Jw, ky, gy, mw n and my. CASTORIAlor ------- 810 p: \r. L.wtYll e a fir,-- .....- "..---".,.M.L ;J.u: a...._.__

.... '. and czarina, but of the widowed Grand Professor Ward accomplished a number ---'.-, .3: a' '''. ,,luIs..-:. .-==--:,=----...-, .._,_..__ .L't.tlal ;._
p' Duchess Serge of Russia. He is also his work' -
of in
objects summer's
Infanta "
and Children. Sos.t3 and U-1'b" F'alrtiwa Law:teai, l1a t :sit y
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doubly related to King Edward, who is and has ? ITT
t'. : successfully photographed ("\- Coaches andI'ufnutusieeputrt arsl; ttt eaJtKtara usjcce.5 .
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1.i his uncle. by marriage because the ery'member of the tribe secured valuable Till Kind You Hate Always BoughtBears --- -, ..-.---- -.- .

Princess Louise of Battenberg Is the history and data from the chief \ Nt13 .. .J+> ......II U u.l ........ it.. _11$k i

.... .[1. daughter of the king's brother the late and his assistants and has a complete theSignature == i5 Jaaatartilr. --- .. "- ""--
He is "H H".""""'.".._,, ,__ .
Duke of Sase-Coburg-Gotha. list of all persona on the reservation ofaN ____ 520 a .1r. \ h b."H......,,......_., nu .Lr.:3 >_ i.'a
...t L also a brother-in-law of the Princess together with valuable data concerningthe .------i jla 01 a. \r, }4rrtiatttaat 1 ? w ...-"".. _.....,,...-.. .lt. ?: $ 'Ji > _

Henry of BattenberR; King Edward's lands and property owned by the .----- 5tbp' AruetaF>tRlllvt.? } ,,-_.. ...._ I. iisrtk t 11 i.Nos i.

,"' "' r. sister, who Is the widow of his brother Indians. ------ 9 -It' a Ar Ktawt,-. tltr'. :\z3.-.' 'lht"" =- .+.-..'':.'..:.:_':--.;.-:..-,. .' ..t.- ,, ,. }' _

Henry. 13 and U-"Th n.t- *iU O iV>,

7 Great social functions are in thei,4 To Save Xtavara. t\C1 ttb\C tU\I\3.t i...", $.\..1Crt\">!;

course of preparation for the prin<"."- The Technical World for October }i J. ('. Lt SK.t4snivl w wt *_ttwt, tale awe rave .
JrC.H.ACKvlTt ....
admiral because he brings autograph
'. an prints an article by Alton D. Adams M,
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letter from King Edward to In which he
'r proposes a plan for developing c. H.HARimiCK.--, T, \t_ px ""lxktal'
'. I President Roosevelt He and his officers electrical power at Niagara falls ,Seeds ,- I" .

will be officially received by thepresident which he says, will not Injure the

and a state banquet will begi"n scenery of the cataract He believes known. For Leif\j warns a century they they t TCTvwc. e

,,;,. 9L, in their honor at the White that the river can be tapped to almost ffcJwj hays one born: to the produce 1I&DdaM-baYE'D"Mgser.bet-

H House The British ambassador and any extent and the falls at the same Kr erppe.than an" others. SoUby Bridgeport
ail d. eta. IMS seed Aa
..' Lady Mortimer Durand will also entertain time prtservt d. Briefly, he would dam aaal (rff to n U appkanU.

. j' in honor of th admiral and his the river at 'a distance below the falls, D. M. FERRY & CO..

;J., officers at the British embassy. where the water could 1* impounded Detrort Mich.

-,. ... The officers and men of the cruiser and made to industrial "l'ht' .
5., serve purposes MQwr th -
)
t squadron comprise the pick of the Brit. quite as effectually as above the fall t lo

<:;, .. ash nary The river tows for about seven miles llI "...-............................._---
One of theft t"s midshipmen Is 50 YEARS' -
:
!t through a gorge 400 feet wide that is

Prince: Alexander of Batteobers.; a walled In by rook to a height of :tk) or EXPERIENCEtre k }

3 nephew of King Edward, who from all 300 feet and in that distance the fall Is 4t 1 Mh t tQ

accounts is a very enterprising young about 100 feet Mr. Adams would ;'M'

E;.... Britisher. While he flunks none of his build a dam at the end of the t'eupment j \
duties and would not be allowed to If $ 'e
near the town of Lewiston and '\
.F he wished to. he Is attached to his holds that a dam 1fN't long would \ b.

''v ': uncle the admiral on special occasions raise the water level these 100 feet Mam s ,

. !:", as an extra A. D. C wltbout' changng'the: elevation of the DESIGNS \.h. t
.:t-... While in Montreal, recently Prince eo..yRlGt< pool at the foot of the cataract This. All,..assess a ant 6crpt sw wtC ,
Alexander told a rather'good story artificial basin ucertaiJt ov opuuoQ trw. lee u Wt'.iJ
would the
, carry water tuna OII to Rt' "11 patent&Ma {louaaaia.toes \\
4 .r about himself. A few years ago of both the American and Canadian 54 ntW. aa4D.iOk...i i tt RRtncEroRT"
while .cadet and cruising In the Mediterranean ae C7 for tewimt p-u. ti
!\ falls FUea Uk,
and supply permanent and constant i aroaxh Hun VCo. wc tv<
,> he ran completely out of MaiSckitific MMta waboat caant*. ta\W ". \ ...
t.- force of L500.000 horsepower. I

ii funds. He wrote to bls;grandma, the!, JUtterkaN.Teitu '. ,.... ....... ,'-'tt.----....._..............._____ ., ';

". late Queen'ctort&, telling an unusually Indigestion, constipation dvftpepcia, A baadeo &1 IhI&nI week I., 1 U.M& \I.\\\\\w\\
; r f pathetic bard luck story and asked kidney; and liver disorder?, and all stomach tW. *. bb : ttt t\\'u .b: "J

: ii for a contribution to his exchequer. troubles positively cured by using ii =New ;i \ (,'Pt'
g No answer coming within two or three Iolli-ter> Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cts., ( "' :'

; ( beets, he wrote a second letter, more tea or tablets. Ask your druggist: a J' B&..Waduaitaa u r\ \\H\,\\\.,,\ \\ \ .\ :1p

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at.NeTork',. were smashed by the organized:upon the theory*tMt.It.was ,xr, ,- ';: .
of :theIr
hand .
"" : beneficent institution. 'Profits : "
,I a great ::; ; .:. 't(
'. L own .creator; :JGutzen were not 'thought-'.of. norffcreamed.of.: ,;,t. :t' :. i- p.

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.-',,'t'l"-.<,," ,;!;;,.?.O.,LET. ;:ICA. "",' .':trO'''' .;' the W';,-: tt h"' ; ti 4 !?"t&. with'.the. government.Head .. of churcb- ny." pen. .;.-., ,, ,
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1 : Sandford founder and head
}' ; "Elijah" .and R. H. Grannis vice' presidents -
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1'r 'Hoi'.GliOst.'and.'Us It that the
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1: NotwithtaBd .. letter .
.,.,.3.- t -- i oft Iut: '"artificial bttreaucratic:method to the s
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i : pIace ofrttie'Mtnrll.loe
slaughter in food from Scriptures man committee in the last three '
withholding, a presidential
:: jz"} ;third :ptrty r caijdidate'for -mayor, of. 'Of trade'andtcomnnerc ei'e : rDentocritilroi ',f(
<' *..N.w' Tot... WlfL : boy member of the sect who had -: angels. The I campaigns.. Chairman Oliphant of ;
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'. t.".:l.ni".. .i"' ." ;'..-....Fpered1tor' .. .- Iiernacrato to 'J. Gutceh MotheBorglnnu .vioosly taken V ,
"' "' \c fF.; -- -" of:MiwMchusetts, a disagreement of the ,jr ry. On these 000 a year had been paid for "confiden 2
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;tt; 'j ,- \" 't. : ijttaTola '.....;:" plank favorable to municipal ownership court ordered a Curd trial served the heads and hands for his own bying..
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:_.Jf. .' ". ..'it.{.. 1, !: .. :., -.. .:-"- insurance 'supervision and ispraiseofthepreetdent'rpeace studio. He, still Insists that his conception -
.:,:;'Ji... !,;;" 1W. : ?,, ;- 'core- ,, Illinois Educator In JaiL Missouri Strike Now York tife. ; .
.:.,;? .f ?;, f> : Uq. ; of the angels was proper being
;.E .c. .J -.mitteeoftheMu-. p Newton' G, Dougherty, tale veteranschool Superintendent ,of Insurance Vandiver -,
; \ : "that the feminine of our race
sure
themselves ,
4-; ::. :- ;"? nleipa1 'Ownership They; pledge' j itoxlegislationgiving superintendent' of Peoria, ILL, of Missouri has notified!: President
'' tieaud'towne"broaderpower.tp'j must continue to be our chief source of
<) the ,
5 league utborizedhto -' who was charged with defalcations McCall of the New York Life that his
'" .'" and will remain absolutely

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{ "I" prepare
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funded to the under the
": third par- was locked up,,being unable to company penalty t f
}'t' L'P' ; > ,. 'necesslttai; tale versies.-" It la his belief that there is .
w from of ;community;,
'm' Mr furnish ooba11 having the company's license In
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A Point For the Asekor .
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to, bring out the spiritual
der'ravon.bie conditions and proPer
with' the Vandiver
demand. also Insists -
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coni er llwas the,necessity:of giving "
%{ Federal Judge Humphrey In court at had made -
and the sexuaL He
management
the business of public utO- repress the election of officers.
z upon new '
"the people an'opportunlty; ;,bf.,voting'forIt Oct'"10 decided that the Indictments w I." j
IUeee can be d eted Chicago;on. ; IdS' angels as nearly sexless as'possl- ;
,eo by municipal .
"' "U meVmaJf a 'whom : : 'be'aa1d' Lawson's Insurance Committee.. te
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.... :r ,' .. ; $ ., ma7. now standing against tJW ble. Nevertheless he will ''go to work :}:
with prbfltto the people V
corporations
'h that be wouJdnot botij ; western" as' ..
represent:any + meat packers could not be helped but The governors of several
"SM both in gain and service.." in an effort to formulate his conceptionof
.,, :%?:! '.cotiiontloaorprlnte.intereat; .Be .. .' by a bill of particulars; but must be a masculine angel according to the states have been requested by Thomas fr 't.

r?lt was' unwfltngtti shirk a task' that. pre' sufficient upon Its own merits. This contract for the cathedral work. W.. Lawsoq to Join in forming a policy .\..

il%\ ",, stinted" ttzeIfk4.pUblic, jjutyv' ;Heto, F I EXECUTIVE. I followed the demurrer on. nine counts holders' committee for the purpose of ', .
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\ fapote of thei"gaa tetietrobbery, ttie la the indictment and pleas of not Draw Line at Unitarian taking possession of the Equitable..Mutual '

': : durinee-reidattoas end the plunderingof guilty under-the, first Count. The demurrers The committee of the National Fed and New York life Insurance'concerns '?

h<9& .,j' ,robway franditoea,:and iald the maXJhlnery -, Taft: Retains Canal Work.It were on the ground of ambl- eration of Churches which Is planninga ) to obtain restitution and punishment "if

&** >of>the cltyl government war,IBtj' has ;been definitely decided that goity,,'vagueness and.uncertainty. great national gathering at New of the wrongdoers. t,$!

;; J;:the. Paper
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: : :based..on :contncb', awarded by cot be responslbie :for the administration Judge Vandeventer In the 'district the three delegates of the Unitarian The Salt Lake Commercial club has 1

'porations"In:return for;special'favors of the great,Panama eal iI'project :' court at St. Paul decided that the case denomination-namely. Rev. Dr. asked the governors of nine 'Western"4
Edward Everett Hale ex-Secretary of
'aD41IUe1 privileges.$. ,0n the; sameticket' Secretary of State.Boot haying de states to in V '
.> ,. of the government against the General the Navy Long and Samuel .\. Eliot join an advertising campaign .
i are John Ford comptroller,.'.dined to take over the management.. Paper company was unappealable and president of the Unitarian association to show the American tourist ;.

,and'J. G.::Phelps Stokes for president- Mr. .Root thinks Jtwould.not.harmonize that the books of the company tt produced and ,son of the president of Harvard. that he can spend a more profitable vacation :>. i

a. '; ,of:-. '.board', of aldermen; ? with the traditions,,of the state In court The almvof the meeting Is to show that In the west than In Europe :::,. ::

f'oreker' Caiie.N d., nll"t.. departmentSecretary'Taft has planned Erie For Pacific '
Thoattra Can .Bar Anybody. Protestantism can work together with- Reaching .

Senator:'ForakerX iteeptance'of; 'the' *to inspect* the .isthmus in Novem Justice Brown of the Pennsylvania out organic union. The committee took The formal transfer of the ClncinVV_

\ .. Invitation i<> S.a' at ber. l supreme court In an opinion delivered the ground that .delegates should be nati, Hamilton and Dayton now' i

a meeting DliDeeri-riJY" the.PenroseDulDini"machine .Warships to Race For President Plttsburg holds that a theater proprietor limited to'those who unquestionably known as the Great Central system, to

'7.;,, ; :;was generally die On his 'return;voyage'from, New Orleans Is.a private individual engaged accept Christ as the bead of the church the Erie railway was made at Cincin
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cussed* ln;the'ppwa.as the first stepIn President'Roosevelt is expectedto In a private business and Is under no nati. At the same time a report was ;

.ble.:plantg.ceptnre, the: RepubUcanjjomlnatlon witness one'.of the greatest ocean implied obligations-to serve the public. I COMMERCIAL I current in Milwaukee that the Wisconsin '

"for the presidencyIn 1008 races on record. It will begin at'Key i The case was that of Wilbur homeyagainst Central was about to become the :
.
-.thfo lbjthi'.JU'it. of the !:railroads I West where the West Virginia,:which Nixon & Zimmerman for having link between the Erie and the Great ,
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Banker Acclaim '
Prosperity.
""J' :and ,,other:;:forces;.antagonistic, toward takes him .from New Orleans, wUl be failed to provide him with seats Northern in a new transcontinental,

I! : 1" ,' : the: ".administration. Later, however. joined by the 'cruisers Pennsylvaniaand for which he held tickets at a theatrical About 3,000 members of the American route. .,

f. .'If' Mr :Fortker..canceled'this engagement Colorado. These ire the largest performance In Philadelphia. The Bankers' association attended Its Southern Governor Jo Confer -

for fear his appearance' In Philadelphia' and speediest ships in the navy, and justice says that the entertainment Is I thirty-first annual meeting at Wash A formal call for a conference: of

would=interpreted' as,having direct they will enter upon a race of 1,200 always limited to those whom the the- ington. Vice President Vanderllp of southern representative men to be held

, reference to local .troubles.. His withdrawal miles under a forced draft The mere ater proprietor- may agree to admitto the National City bank of New York' at Chattanooga in November has been
: '
iris generally ascribed to,the the'coal be la It
cost of to consumed estimated made a stirring signed by .twelve governors and the
attitude of the administration In making at
F $25,000. address by endIng officials of the chambers of commerct
.,. It ,known, that: no' friend of the Favor'a 8.a Level Canaly I FOREIGN I his descrip- of several cities. After reciting the

:; president would lend a band. to aid the It was reported at Panama that a tion of the existing prosperity and business growth of the

Philadelphia machine. majority of the canal commission, hi, prosper- south and its prospects the call points 'k

Hugh**'D* Hnj.Ivin* Ae epts. eluding the European engineers after Chinese Boycott Abandoned. ity with the lout the urgent necessity of adoptinga

,, .", % .After having been ,nominated .at the their inspection of the canal route, That the merchants o. China had decided prediction of a ; uniform system of quarantine that r FY

last moment for mayor of 'New were In favor of a sea level 'water- to discontinue the boycott of financial panic will allay the apprehensions of the

York by the Republican organization, way. Before sailing; from Colon for American products, at least pendingthe In case a wave people and save the land from the demoralizing -

Charles K. Hughes 'the ,counsel for dew York the committee annulled the action of the.next congress on the of stock specu- and brutalizing tendencies '

the Insurance Investigation committee 'contract awarded J. E.. Market of exclusion law, was reported In Peking. lation should of a panic inspired quarantine against

, told, the Republican leaders that the Omaha for feeding the canal workers. Should congress fail to modify the law arrive lie yellow fever. It say' that heretofore '

I work.he had hi hand was so inconsistent This WU, done because It was found favorably to Chinese Interests in warned the the most, strenuous, unreasonable and

! with the position offered that that Engineer Stevens, acting directly supposed that the boycott will be renewed bankers to use unnecessarily burdensome measures '

r ,.: he could not undertake both without for the government through the department with Increased vigor. _s. their Influence have been used which hare destroyed
,
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danger to'.both. This left the Republicans of materials and supplies, was Norway Ratifies Agreem.nt. '''- -aoofnat.-_. n- v. o.r- business and commerce ana reflectedon

'.still it sea for the head of their handling the commissaries satisfactorily. The Norwegian storthing, after two Vice President Vanconfidence.. As the very instincts of the people. !

-city'ticket Mr. Hughs, Bald that' a days of earnest discussion accepted drllp. a remedy for Germany' Meat Famine

,' paramount, public duty forbade .him Blow at St Louis Monopoly. by a vote of 101 to 16 the agreement the inflexible monetary system he prescribed Horseflesh has risen In price In German

.the nomination. of has been reached the Karlstadt conference.In taxed national bank currency. '
from accepting The department justice by a cities, like all other kinds of meat
The Republican committee on vacancies directed by the president to take immediate a speech Premier Michelsen virtually The recent great Increase In the to such an extent that the authoritiesare

finally .elected''; .iWllllam M.Ivlna action against the St Louis withdrew Norway's offer of the production of gold was likely to resultin importing fish by the carload to

,' who served'as city chamberlain Terminal association on the ground of throne to a member of the Bernadotte future disturbance of values. In sell to the people at cost A movement

under Mayors Grace and Hewitt and violation of the Sherman interstate family. twenty years the volume of money In was started to raise the bare against

" who was largely Instrumental In introducing commerce law. The association includes Millions of Russian Starving. the world might, be doubled, causinga Russian cattle and American canned

the Australian ballot In this the: Interests dominating the Advices from Moscow tell every daya corresponding Increase In the priceof meats.
to fourteen railroads entering St. Louis. commodities. But the price of
country, ,Mr.; 'Irlnl was willing run. many
famine
worse tale of the widespread More Air Brake Freight Cars.
Tammany completed its city ticket It-controls:the two bridges across the an obligation repayable in money
with which Russia is freed, affecting The Interstate commerce commission
without Indorsing District Attorney Mississippi, the Eads and the Merchants would not advance. Thus persons witha
18,000,000 people in twenty-three provInces has decided to require all railroads en ,
the ,
and also ferry
Jerome. company fixed income from capital and wage
.
.. who will be absolutely destitute
gaged in interstate commerce to in
with transfer and wharfage fa-
large earners generally would be at a disadvantage -
Democrat Praise Roosevelt until July next It has been decided to
crease their equipment of air brake
r cilities. St. Louis merchants say thatIt for their Incomes would
Rhode Island Democratic con relief work with the children. '
begin
The Its freight cars. Recent accidents have
has the commerce of the city at not increase as fast as their purchasing .
vention fenominated, Governor Garvin mere). Every passenger that enters Big Strike at Moscow. power. Illustrated the danger of train buckling

on Oct 12 and congratulated the president St Louts 18'said to pay tribute to the The workmen in a majority of the By an overwhelming vote the asso-. when only a part of the cars are equipped :

on his railroad rate policy, which, extent of -25 cents and every car of factories in and about Moscow, Russia elation indorsed the Frye ship subsidybill with the air brakes. It Is thoughtthat

they say, WU originally Introduced In freight about |3 to the terminal comp joined the strike of the printersand If In t'8'-''' train at least 50 percent

congress by a Democrat ny. bakers for the purpose of demand- of the cars are controlled by the
.
Gould Defeat Rameey.The
'Would,Leiallw Lynching.. I an eight hour day and a large in- engineer such accidents may be avoid
ling effort of Joseph Ramsey, Jr., the
A number of citizen of Texaa have l L LEGAL-CRIMINAL I crease In wages. The street railway deposed president of the Wabash railroad -

signed a petition to Governor Lennam employees were also in the movement
system, to obtain control of the
in favor of permitting mob'execution which threatened to become generaL ed.Chamberlain's
ended disastrously when at
Texas Trust Suit Settled company
of negroes guilty of assaulting wom French Report Bother Kaiser
Toledo George J. Gould elected all of
mor' : Is that The state of Texas accepted '12,:>00
: en. The'IOv; response. for claimed penalties aggregating $2000,000 ,- A series of articles in a Paris news- the six directors to be chosen by the
It Is impossible for him to countenance signed by a well known diplomat
in Its antitrust suits againstthe paper bondholders. The vote cast for Gould'smen
his oath
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such' a policy without' violating Baltimore companies. have told of a secret understand was 228,510 against 31.S42 for
of office. ing by virtue of which Great 'Britainwas
those of Ramsey. The holdings; of the
.Rate Control Is Lynch La\ ,Civil Service Law Violated. pledged to aid France In the eventof Gould family amounted to 105,400

President Spencer of the Southern. The United States civil service commission a war with Germany. This causeda shares of the par value of,10,540,000.

speaking to. the. Newark (N. announced at Washingtonon great sensation at London, Parls''aDdBerlin. .
railway, made a Oel '11 that;Judge Francis E. Baker German newspapers demand McCurdy a* #Missionary.
; j,) ,chamber of commerce Indiana Before the'New";.York'insurance com-
in
.' -' to the agitation for rate of the federal circuit court that the British government make a
formal reply
' ',. had confessed to violation of the formal disavowal. mittee adjourned on' account of the
that
declared government
r : H.
V legislation. assessments death of Speaker Nixon of the assembly
law by soliciting political
I ," control on the lines of the Esck"comraesctat- Against Anglo-Cuban Treaty.
: from the clerks in the postontce at Go- President McCurdy of the Mutual
'Townsend Pill Would be The treaty of commerce aDd navigation
.t' Ind. Charges against Judge Baker life had made some remarkable statements a
the hen,
be
lynch law.'as it would placing between Cuba and Great Britain,
have'.beenreferred to.the. department : as a witness. lie admitted that
, capacity in, tile about five monthsago
: ad'a.mIDI which was signed
.- :hands ra1)r of'OI e tribunal which would be of justices determine whetherthe i still awaits ratification by the Cu- his salary had' been raised in 1901 from Cough Remedy :
statutes of limitation shall offer a $100,000 to $150.000 by the subcommittee -
the
prosecutor, Jury and Judg sad at ban senate, and American Influence is
: defense.Qaynor salaries without action by the
xcutioneri If it were sufficient brought to bear to ratification on
. 'wu time ; being prevent The Children's Favorite
/:- that the government shook and QrM In Jail, until It Is amended so as to trustees. He regarded this as a great -.-CURES-.-
: proposed the railroads :: and' B. D. Gree similar between the compliment When asked by Mr. Coughs, Colds, Croup and
:; ; the ,ownership- of all John F. Gaynor. I. permit agreements
..: acquire if he thought he had a rightto
Hughes V
'_ and become responalbfr for their the men who so long fought extradition United States and Cuba. Whooping Cough.

i? f. maaagement and the protection of thcapital to the United States from Canada, General Stoesul Cashiered.A take that money from the policyholders This remedy framu for its nuN over 4 i
of Mr. Urge of the civilized world. It Can '
, a matter compliment part
.,',:'. iBvssted. that would be an entirely reached Savannah. Ga, and were lodged St. Petersburg newspaper reportedthat as always be depended opom It contain no '
>,'"" matter. It was proposed In jail Gavuor said to a reporter McCurdy replied that he did not put or other harmful drug and may be ,
,_ different : Stoessel who surrenderedPort given '
'f'- Genera ,
to
It that having said that he felt ao confidently a baby M to an Molt 'ii'
way
-:-;:: ;, "to grant power over the earl that he.knew now what mistake they Arthur and two of his staff have highly complimented. Modesty for- Price 25 cts: Large Size, 50 eta ,

:: '. ". lug capacity without imposing corresponding bad made In running away from Georgia been dismissed from the army.
V bade his giving an opinion as to his
:w: _responsibility for the neces- as they !were justified in every act .3

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'h"- li.. : Jo", $ '-Only ode days! more"until" the opening I "The refusal of-the ease board of education ago,and to the second of two games played It interfered ten witi mj. meetta.

j.! ;.m-ft 't ? "f'L of th&igail'snd" tuitey"-''hooUngeaepn, I ;to"convey.the equipment of,the with. the nine of that place: la that game and social duties and I never suy -:

& i! :wbptx'tbe: :fan;farihetepottsmen; ,-and University of Florida aa agreed at a meet* the first'baseman> the West Palm Beach that would bo,cured, M the doetoe ::3

i ."'' :r ..',: 'h till" ... 'be.iD... . ing'ofthe,.joiot boards,July 24,. is the dub,, a man namedDriver; was con medicine. did:not teem to help JH seyluP9i.tumitejyanremberol
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irt ,, 'e.. "Congress wilinot' convene"for'seven To the'above the ,Gainesville- Sun- adds peared'to, some.that he was intentionally ; ;:a: high praise that I decbtei to 6ylt
: ." reeks,' but .it!; iepretty: well known that Miami. Afterwardsthe fi&tfc
; : as follows: -* throwing tbp game to Although started ia with little ,

.. gf/1:; : railroad. rate: legietation.will'. be the most ,"It has been understood by.the. peopleof Tropical Sun charged me with having Y F aT. 1 felt so much better,In week That I

11Jf'i" ::- L,if' t" CDportaDtO.b discossed.! "., .ItIs'saidthe : Gainesville' for some time that ..thepeople talked with1 Driver, and with,having paid ;. : felt encouraged. .

' 3 :'.:' -- \ ,president; will'stand pal .in favor of ,of a Lake City would contest the I him to throw the game to our team. .t ,,took It faithfully for urea weSt ,,

:.:', ;[" .. the policy, 'heretofore' advocated by him. constitutionality the Bnckman bill, .wrhia'cbafge1 positively deny. I never tod that am I am happy entirety Indeed cured.tote Words able faUta tatty '

f.r -"'T'{: -* -* -" -' T* their'pretext for doing so being the refusal : talked with Driver nor was.I, a party to express my gratitude.. Perfect hetlfe

.ii. :> Dexter W. Wniiama," fast black; post of President Sledd of the state university any deal with him all statements to the once more is the best thing I could wish

: '. master at.Royaljb this. state, has: gone to admit a student who was not contrary notwithstanding. Afterwards, for,and thanks to Peruna I enjoy. QuA

\: ''wrong, and is now'a fugitive from justice. qualified adder the provisions of the the Sun made other statements against now.lt-MinnieE.McAlll3ter%

-'';t: ,,:_ : He,succeeded in'making away with poet- Buckman'law. me, but I paid no attention to than, and .Mrs.EatherMMUner,]DeGrsft,0hIo. ,

. "'.,. 2t-7". office funds, to. -the extent of some $320, "The fight cannot commence too soon nothing further came up until the pub writes: -
with a'bank "I was a terrible rafferer from feaaa .
and also played lucky (t
-' :' to suit tbe'people of Gainesville, all of lishing of the above article. .
{f.;;: I ,Tampa. Next his. name:will, be Dennis weakness and had the headache eo&tisuously. -
.,'r..... whom. are anxious, to have the question "In reference to these games, I can I was not able to do my hosse-

..,; ;. instead of Dexter, settled.. ;The people of Lake City- bat prove that I never went on the diamond: MRS. MIMIC E. MCALLISTER. work f or;myself and husband I wrote I

, is, the masses-are also equally anxiousfor that I did not interfere ;ith'the umpirein yon and described my condition as aw.
! :" It is wonderful to note how the "Rough
j.- \ : : a final settlement of the constitution} either 'game, and that I did not collect M possible. You recommended Perna ,

i' .::; : .. '. Riders" torn op wherever: 'President ali'y of the',law, and it is to be hoped Otie:cent of a purse for the teams. I did ,Light on Female Disease!. ; I took four bottles and was completely
r '.1-: ,Eoosevelt. goes..Originally :there 'were cured. I think Perana.a wonderful
that Judge .Henry will no longer delay rootsome for the home boys; that was
I "f :,1 something like eight hundred of them.. I What used to be called female diseases .
medicine. Mrs.Esther.Milner.
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; the instituting of legal proceedings in the natural but I endeavored to give the
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! ); Out of these perhaps five hundred in all I by.the medical profession is now called Congressman Thad. M, ilahoa, of
;matter, for no one at all acquainted with visitors a good reception, and subscribed pelvic catarrh. It has been found by
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< .went to Cuba dorlngthe Spanish war, I Chambersbujg,1'& writes: *
the situation ever doubted that it was the 25 cents to the amount that was collected. experience that catarrhal diseases of the take
--iI/ :" but now the insignificant five hundred "I pleasure la coauaeadtsg .
; .' intention of certain Lake Cityites to do This puree was collected'by'Mr. Frank pelvic organs are the cause of most your Peruna as a tubsfantlal took and :
into like
,...1..) has' developed' something. a roundmillion. otherwise from the moment they were Gallat and amounted to $5.03, and it was cases of female diseases. I a good catarrh rem cr/."-7. M. \'_
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a; ;: T "'- :- caught in the trap which they had set for Mr. Gallat and not I who refused to give Dr...Hartman was among the first of I M&boo }
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3 t .. .The annual report of, the Pullman Car Gainesville Bartow, Tallahassee and De- I the Palm Beach boys a portion of it, Americans greatest physicians to make PeruContaWfo Hirratics. i.

company discloses the unexpected fact Fnniak. although I requested that such be done. this discovery. For forty years he baa One reason why Peruna bas found

Ift"i: that the building' operations of the company '"Should. the courts decide,the law un If there was any wrong done, the.West been treatiggdieeuespeculiar to women permanent use in so many home 11 thai kit
and long he reached the conclusion
: have fallen l off about 25 per cent constitutional the various state schools i Palm Beach boys I was not the party to ago contains no narcotics of any kind.Peron ;;
that
a woman entirely free from ca- S
1 fsp% -*'-J.i --'r as compared with the previous year. A, remain as they were prior to,the Buck .it.".. tarrhal affection of these would is perfectly harmless. It can be &
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Wht Sir.1. :'--'< ..- still more surprising statement is that the man bill, except that there would be no Mr.* Taylor states that he has already not be subject to female diseases. He, used any length of time without acquiring

.: average earnings of the shop employee at available funds with which to Conduct secured affidavits from the umpires of the therefore began using.Peruna for these a drug habit. Peruna doe not produce Y
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I:;; c' Pullman,is $645: a year-something less them/aDd Governor Broward would face games, Mr. Gallat and others, corroborating cases and found it so admirably adapted in temporary ita effect results, It I* permanent t

:. the alternative of the childrenof above in to their permanent cure that Peruna has
> 'r than the veteran street car employe in depriving the statement. regard to the As a tonic and nerve inrigorator -;;

'. Florida.. Yet those shops employ the beet Florida of the advantages of higher juvenile games, and that he has secured now become the most famous remedyfor Peruna ha no equal.It .

t. skilled labor to be> had in several'lines. education for two years, or calling an extra the services of Attorney Geo. A. Worleyto female diseases ever known. Everywhere has no bad effect upon the system

There was an increase of 12 per cent. in session ol the legislature to make appropriation prosecute his case. the women are using it and praising and gradually eliminates catarrh by removing -
it. Peruna is not a palliative simply -
the number of-passengers carried during for operating the university *. it the cause of catarrh. There
; cures by removing the cause of
the year covered by the report. and other state schools." At a meeting of the board of cxmtrol in female diseases. are a multitude of homes where Paranahas

.' -........ Jacksonville last week plans for the university been used off and on for twenty
: The wireless,. telegraph station at St. It makes no difference how long you buildings at Gaiuesville were accepted Peruna builds up the nerves and restores years. Such a thing could not be possible
and the work of construction will the and .
: appetite digestion.Dr.
'. have been sick, if yon are troubled with if Peruna contained any drugs of a
Augustine baa been in communication
in December. The architects whose
ft' .indigestion, constipation, liver and kid begin Hartman has probably cured more narcotic nature
with New York, Philadelphia, Atlantic plans were chosen were Edwards &
ney troubles, Holhster's Rocky MountainTea women of female ailments than any Address Dr. Hartman, President of
Walker of S. C.
.'&:'::, City, and other points, some of which will make you well. 35 cents. Ask Columbia other living physician. He makes these The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,

i.; ; : 'were far out at sea., The messages sent your druggist. C.a.STORZA.d. cures simply by using and recommending Ohio. All correspondence held strictly

Ii out from the cities above mentioned were : Peruna. confidential.
Weekly Weather Report. ,tie Ihiia73 Bought!
y. 'caught at the Augustine station, but

!v'. that station was unable' to reach the, IT.S.DSPARTM 1ST IBBUREAU.JUFITEB 07 AGEICtTJ.Tt1UWKA.TB.. Of rai"SJpabftl .,. The Engine is the Heart of the BoatDon't

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ii.\ ., places from which the messages came.
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.". FLA., Oct.: 24. 1905.
I. The cruiser West Virginia sp3ke'.to the .
Comparative statement of temperatures have a good boat with
(.:. # : < station at St. Augustine reporting that and rainfall for the week ending: Tuesday. a bad heart. Don't spoil a vacation
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:.\ she.was anchored off South Pass, which 1905 1904
or a cruise because of a
ff is at the mouth of the river near New DATe.MAX.: MIK. MAX. MIS. 4
\ Oct. 18. 84 70 83 72 poor, uncertain engine. Regal
: Orleans. A message from'the Philadelphia r&tI
19. 85 77 83 73 marine engines are cycle
fours
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: was also caught by the stotion. The 20. 85 74 86 74 t'F..
84 73 automobile type with jump
21. 82 69 1 .
<: tt ship was communicating.with the Mallory "
22. 82 72 79 65 epark ignition. Rated 1J h. p.,
r liner Concha her to lookout 23. 81 66 79 63 1
telling
$ keep l t
." 3 h. p. and i 5 h. p. in single cylinder -
24. 80 73 7
;3 for the tug Lansing with a barge in 65 r t
Total rainfall for the week. 0.06 inch. 8 h. p. and 15 h. p. iu

:; -' .tow. Departure rainfall for the week minus 2.05 a't,, mot, .xrrP double cylinder, and 30 h. p. in
inches. .
NO FURTHER COMPLICATION. Departure rainfall since. Jan. 1st, minus RANC x four cylinder engines.

ti Those who would like. to flood the 2.35 inch. H. P. HAEDIN. FIRE fNS jCY -Write for nearest agest-

: 'y. south with coolies or other forms of cheap Official in Charge. PO 's ,,y -t .
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:7. and degraded labor, vill soon become lr.taT 3 = about aa ea jias until

convinced that the people of this section Last Hope Vanished. you tea our catalogue 11
will not submit such When leading physicians said that W.M. PLENTY OF MONET
to an invasion. If
: Smithart, of Pekin, la., had incurable Regal Gasoline Engine Co. }Iich.Also
M' such a flood of labor were invited and consumption, his last hope vanished, but is lost by failure to insure.' The thing to Cold\vateft .

drawn! here, a1) soon as the emergency i I Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption ask yourself is: "Can" I afford to lose my manufacturers of the famoni Regal Stationary Eugiaci.Titajiie .

had passed it would be a surplus, with Coughs and Colds, kept him out of house or business? If the answer is yes --- --- -

a nothing to do. The country would be his grave. He says: "This great specific DON'T INSURE.
: completely cured me, and saved my life.
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r4' '. infested throughout its entire extent with Since then I have used it for over 10 If the answer is no, then come and haveus Furniture Company

t; :: an alien race of vicious vagabonds, who years, and consider it a marvelous throat make you a policy at once. It is the
sx-- would at least partially live by stealing and lung cure.' Strictly scientific cure only safe way to avoid the risk which
for throats codssure! may ruin you.Ve represent the best :B:. Be OXNER
coughs, sore or preventive .
$ and
: petty robbery. What is wanted in
of pneumonia. Guaranteed, 50c. and quickest settling companies in the quote prices on a few of our leaden:
i the south is a steady accumulation of and Red country.
$1 00 bottles at Cross! Pharmacy.Trial ART SQUARES 9x12
Price $6.00.
.z. people who are fitted to our institutions, bottle free. MORGAN & WALTON, RUGS, from 25c. nn.

,:. our method, and accustomed! to our riv TrrreviLLE, FLORIDA. WILLOW ROCKERS '$2.25 to $3.50. .

ilization. A million farmer could find C B'TOH.A. ------ IRON BEDS, from S3 50 up. I
; cheap and comfortable homes in the gea11th. BoiieU BELGRADE MATTING 30 cents up.

': south. The Tampa Times says that one ranSipatue "RUNS LIKE A CLOCK" DRESSER OXFORD AND WASH ALL STANDS STEEL BED SPRING from$4.75,

f: .: good thing has been discovered by the 01 -, -- a specialty, $4.2 up.
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<.,: exploration made of public sentimentthe i Davis Acetylene] Gas Generator Lower Floor, -. .. star Buildine.

: absolute determination of the south EAST COAST MEAT MARKET -

.; not to permit further. complication of Feeds E. L. BRADy & BRO.

':. the race problem by the introduction of 00 F. DtJID, Agent, ,


?. ,." a third. = Florida and I Lamp Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.
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LAWSON'S HUGE SCHEME We handle produce of all kinds. We
are agents for
.1!. Mr. Lawson is going to call a great con. \ Western.Heats : Grain and aloove.n lines Oro nBesde1 and d solicit the shat on f all Mapea'consnmers.Fertilizers.Write We nt deal lor exclusively prieta OD
er at
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:.R vention of policyholders in life insurance i ( \ : Carbide -- BRADY do BRO..Tt1TsVIl.LL Fu.
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; : gets through with 'his disclosures there &. co.

;; will be from 100 to 150 big insurance men tv Gas Staple and Fancy Groceries Hay

} serving from' eight to fifty years in the of all Kinds Prro lace ofiall hind;,

,t penitentiaries of the country. The commissioner Yield VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY

!'" says that people are not pooh. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
i' ,;t poohing Mr. Lawson's assertion like they T1tusV'111e. I : P1or1cta.

:-s. .. did a year ago. ,They couldn't believe Larger.

>, be WAS telling' the troth when he started The Alpine Cottage, SAN MATEO CIGARSThe

;; his story of "Frenzied Finance," but the Under the management of Mrs. Kate Acetylene the light of the future. It

\;; broadest assertions that Mr. Lawson made Myers, assisted by F. A. Lesley, has past the experimental stage. Over success of the San Mateo Cigar

k : about the methods of the eminent financiers 100,000 generators in use in the United is one of the greatest triumphs
'r TITUSVILLE, FLA. States. Cheaper than coal gas electricity of the East
!' were narrow when compared with or kerosene. Every generator guarantee Coast since the freeze.
f :."' the facts that have since developed. It to work satisfactory. Use for Made from the choicest 2rowths or tobacco
heating, that the
,;.: Daily or Weekly Board. Island of Cuba peninsula of Florida and the
.; .: is probable that the eminent financiers cooking and illumination.E. can produce, and wrapped with the rich
Coast silky! leaf
House plantatIOn grown on East
Newly Furnished. ,
themselves will hardly care to engage in First W. AMSDEX, ORMOSD, For sale by all thVlSliil hntS.'of the world !i"2 never produced abetterarticle.
Everything Class. and
clubs
.any controversy with Mr. Lawson at this Agent for the East Coast. on every train entering S. and by the Union News Company

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a;: ORANGE;CBOP'"SHORT price being paid for grapefruit.: OAK HILL. The New Canal When completed this will make an attractive .'.

Mr. Brackett got down as far as Fort Preston Williams was at home Monday From the Daytona Journal trip through to St. Augustine for
lee tend De Soto' Counties Already Myers. There he was informed that the the tourist, and be very convenient. for
for a short visit. Engineer D. D. Rogers and party returned our home folks.
Pretty Well Shipped. plantings in early tomatoes at Sanibel Mr. W. L. Howes spent Sunday at Friday from the upper Smith's
; have been washed out by the heavy rains, home. There are over five hundred mowing-
c From the Fruitman's Guide. creek and Matanzas section where be has machines and hay in Columbia
:1= E. B. Brackett, just back from Florida, and that the luckless growers there were Mr. S. B. Owens returned Tuesday been laying out the line of the East Coast county, and the hay presses crop there is increasing .

&Jar after a pretty comprehensive trip through in a very desperate plight. Whether these from a business trip to Lake City: canal between the dredges South Carolinaand each year. A number of Columbia

vim' the state throws up his hands in despair heavy rains which bad wiped out the Mrs. E. W. Jamison and Clyde and the Wimbee. Mr. Rogers says there county farmers will sell from 100 to-1,000()( (

1 when asked what'are his ideas aa to the Sanibel plantings had extended down afar Mary went to Jacksonville Sa urday, and is four and one-half miles of canal yet to bales of fine bay this year.'t,

.Florida ,orange crop' this season. Mr. as Marco and had played equal havoc of course helped to welcome the presi cut. Two and three-fourths miles of this iicIcAP

S"tf Brackett intimates that to approximate there, he was unable to state..Mr. Brack dent. is in Smith creek marsh, and the Carolina .

with any degree of accuracy the answerto ett also took in the Sanford celery and Another arrival in town Sunday night) is cutting at the rate of from one-third to

this'problem is a job that tends to be lettuce section. He says that Sanford' i is; in the shape of a big boy at the home of one-half mile, per month. The Wimbee

beyond any man's power-so scattered is fast losing her pride of place as a lettuce Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones. being a more able machine is in heavier ,

center, the acreage there being gradually Mr. W. L. Gause has had the misfortune .4R ,
the crop, so good in one spot and so I ground, she having reached tangent !
4i t : sparse in another. decreased, while other sections of the to lose his horse and has the sym through Fox's cut, near the crossing of

; Talking over the matter, he said: state' are planting in greater profusion pathy of his neighbors.Mr. the Green Island road. The two dredges kC'
;
pv "There is really no method of arriving at year by year. The celery acreage, on the John Deal has returned from Rock- are excavating from 40,000 to 60,000 cubic -

an approximate idea of the probable total other hand, at Sanford is increasing rapidly ledge and is, with Mr. Magruder, at the yards per month, and are leaving a clean- 't'.

output of the feiate so varied are the conditions in recent years, having proved en- Day grove, again. cut canal 55 feet wide and 6 feet deep. .

and prospects in various sections I couragicg tot\ e growers. There will,, Mr. W. C. Howes spent Sunday in St.

B1 and counties. The estimates vary all the however, be quite a fair planting of very Augustine,'and had the pleasure of at. {1.N.ta '.

i from three-quarters of a million a early lettuce, which will come on in tending church with President Roosevelt.Mr. The Better

w way million and a half boxes which will giver' about two weeks, which is far earlier than A. M. Terwilliger was in town w

';: you some idea of what credence there is any lettuce which was shipped from that Tuesday en route from Shiloh to Mima. Way YOU WILL ENJOY

4..: to be placed in estimates even when they section last year. He. baa large grove interests at both any of our popular brands of cigars. We-

the'ground. places. receive them fresh from the manufacturers <
right on -
are made hy men Girls, if you want red lips, laughingeyes The tissues of the throat
and
that the Capt. E. S. Coutant was in town Tuesday are that's why '
Personally I have no doubt crop sweet breath and good looks use
i1 >, is a short one, possibly 500,000 boxes less Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. The and Miss Nettie who has been the inflamed and i irritated ; you THEY RETAIN THEIR FIXE FLAVORand

than last year. The quality of the fruit, greatest beautifier known. 35 cents, tea guest of Mrs. W. C. Howes the past cough, and there is more irritation are uniform in quality. Our cheap l

or tablets. Ask your druggist. week returned to the station with him. -more coughing. You take cigars smoke better than most expensiveones
peninsula Quite a number of our young people bought elsewhere. Well made cig-
CONCH SHELL 'AT 73 FEET attended a'very pleasant dance in Shi- a cough mixture and it eases the ars from selected tobacco well cured
intents and purposes as large as last year. II I II I irritation-for makes an exquisite smoke. We have
while. You take
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loh at Mr. J. A. Taylor's Friday night.Dr.
fruit have been on- that kind.
Shipments of early Bemarkable Discovery in Boring New
L B. Bouchelle,' Miss Bessie Day
have been
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Well at West Palm
City Hill .1
of the earl and Mr. Rojara came down to Oak
prompt to take advantage ) SCOTTSEMULSION TITCSVILLE.ROBI aii
markets that have been so bare of oranges Engineer Savage,has exhibited at The Tuesday with Mr. Dohn's team. ----- -- i

;r as to ifford a strong temptation, that Tropical Sun office several specimens of NSGRAHAM'

c could not be resisted, to forward fruit shell and rock formation that were taken How to Cure Corns and Btmlpns. .

its greenness. Results would from the wells now being sunk at the First, soak the corn or bunion in warm
despite
p along, this course of ac- pumping station of the East Coast: Hotel water to soften it, then pare it down as end it the cold. That'svvhat &
} seem to have justified without blood cures f
possible drawing *
closely as
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tion. In Lee county for instance, practically waterworks, in the western part of*the and apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm is necessary. It soothes the CO.,

F all the fruit has been sold and city. twice daily, rubbing vigorously for five hroat because it reduces the (Incorporated. Paid up Capital fio.OOO.OO.Jy) I'II
for that matter, to the south In boring the fourth well, when at a minutes at each application. A corn This company owns lands: '
r shipped, too which have been eminently depth of 67 feet, a thick formation'of plaster should be worn a few days to protest :-ritation ; cures the cold because in the Indian River Country ty,I #
r and west at prices it from the shoe. As a general liniment -
the In silica and lime was encountered, and 't drives out the inflammation ;; ,on the St. Lncie River
to growers
satisfactory for sprains, bruises lameness and at'Sew River and on Bis ,
De Soto county the most of the fruit has after passing through this' bed various rheumatism Pain Balm is unequalled.! :Iniilds! up the weakened tissues cayne Bay. .1 t
substances had to be bored through. Mr.Savags For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy.
of it shipped,
Y, been sold and a great deal has in his possession one shell because nourishes them backto PRICES TO SUIT THE TIME; 'I .
of a few points suchas .
with the exception their natural That'show
and Zolfo where I did that is a curiosity. It is a perfect conch, HKXRT BENECKE-OUMS REPAIRED. strength. Send for land list. ....
; Arcadia, Bartow Scott's Emulsion deals witha OFFICES .
.
: made warrantednot
r far. North such as can be found today on the ocean Specially gun springs (

: ;:, of not the bear early of any sections buying I found done so no buyers to beach, and it was obtained at a depth of Guns to etocked.break. Every Leave one your carefully gun at Pritch-tested. sore throat, a cough, a cold, TITUS ILLS AND MIAMI. :1:i J ;

o- the general attitude of the 73 feet. ard's hardware or bronchitis.WE'LL. :
and
of L.
speak store.H. J. MOBLEY
1ti.. seemed to be one of expectancy The finding of these shells proves conclusively BEXECKE,
growers that back in the ages, where the Box 121, Titusville, Fla. SEND YOUA TITUSYILLE FLA.. .
rs to come ,
and waiting for the'8pecl1la SAMPLE FREE.
Y and make them an offer. It would city of West Palm Beach now stands was Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kal- r
4O0Prarl Street
1 y' along The sportsmen are eagerly looking for-
'J '. of the Atlantic ocean; in fact the SCOTT &BOWNE, Sew York
all'over the a part somining, Staining, Finishing and PaperHanging ,
the paid
price
to 11
', be fair lump of all I ward to the nearly approaching 1st of the
the trees. entire lower end Florida was in at most reasonable price C
.t l ', state at about $1 a box heard on of noth.1 probability a raging sea thousands of November, when the open season for consistent with good workmanship. i

While I W&8'in Florida I years ago. It .is believed that the hill shooting;. quail will c begin. The woods are FISCTS CURE FORCONSUMPTION Work anywhere on the East Coast
higher being paid. said be full of these birds and there is Good.
$ ing the west of the city'was washed gradually by to Bern ough Syrup. Tastes Use I
but
: : "The grapefruit crop is short, in great pleasure ,in store for lovers of this tD time- Sold by druggiaa Specially solicited. Let me know what
the coast
good. About $2t terrific storms that swept past you want and get my estimate on it. '
exceptionally
ir. f' quality\ is the ages.-Tropical Sun. sport Prompt attention given to all work. 5f
represent
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,:, 'w.'i' .,'"merely,'a',temporary. -condition,. .continued, "three cases .of .tumor the drug trade says he has often heard ;" ->
i la as" yet a question'0 be'solved.. which have.been. ,.arrested by the rardluln druggists inquire of customers who asked :-

,t :l: !? ; t Men .Rbo. are'ased: to 'the luxuries process A' fourth' casewas: .not for, a cough medicine, whether it' waswanted i Merchants & Miners Trans. Co's '!
that for child for an adult, and if .
honiea oft SQ successful/It'may be by longer or
uprthern"tiatlons'roon
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; and nomads,' but*are' thrifty farmers, Dog to Wear GUM Eye. Discovery .
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Through on sale at principal points.Accommodations ,
'- escape oppression:: and :who desire to that: could have been devoted to an /CONSUMPTION Pries i : "!< .
FOR I OUGHt sad 50c *$1.00 I and cuisine unsurpassed.
J settle in a. free :country where they operation on her master Granny, the kJOLDS Frw Trial. I V '. '

.: can follow'their pursuits In peace. The pet Boston terrier owned by Herbert ; SEND FOR BOOKLET. ; 'ff

.6l' .large number of Russians.coming thus L Swift! the_Chicago packer,',had her i Surest and Quickest Cure for all ,
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1i ,Japanese war. They are.refugees' who and Cat hospital .An artificial eye is LIB, MONEY BACK. f
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Agent
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'.nation" aristocratic canine and soon she will J. C. VmflTCY, 2d?. P. 4,..&, W.P. !TQRNER o. P. .L., l!' x;:

be able to take her daily walks along

.tie love and'in principles of which they Michigan avenue without being subject The Most Y lwaIJle Set of Yacht and Seat- GENERAL OFFICES BALTIMORE, KD. .
"'. to the barking of Building Books ever Pubtulud. .. .1- bad no faith to give up their homes Jeers rowdy
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and seek peace In a land where war la street dogs. RUDDERHOWTO'

-,& a thing'of.the'past, where oppression

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greatest;: virtue. ."And. these, men' are, I. .-W. Davenport:.Wingo, Ky., writes, Over 3000 bolts have been built from the Ones : 8ailway. r :

{ they declare; .only the 'forerunners ,June 14th, 1902: "I want to tell you I believeiBallard'a every printed clime these and books-Succettfiillr upon every tea-Full ailed detail in :

many thousands more who will come ; Snow Liniment saved my drawing Q f all parts, showing what h b and

j: r If health, tlona.CODt1nuegood.i doctors life. I and was under they told the me treatment one of my of lungs two bow to make it-Text extremely simple. Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept 71WSe; .

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cures wind colic, and is the best remedyfor A complete description of bow to build a.model alao liatt c 10 2t a 344 plAr ___.?_Lake Helen___ Lv i f'li p 610 P .
a'tall stalwart fellow who -.e 355 ........... 'I 1
vitch diarrhoea. It will relieve the akiff urrdm sad Df niodvi 1039 a -- Orange City ? U: U p 11& P
poor f 10 4.5. 4 00 PI" __.Orange City Junction_ 1280p a 43 .
J seemed to be a sort of leader, speaking paWp n '
liUlesuft'erer immediately. Sold by druggists '
$1. \\I 35 11 2 25 P L. -.__--New Hmyrna.?__ Lv 4 Ois
: through an interpreter "to add a' little in every part of the world. Twenty PRICE EACH F 2c 1000 P 251 PI" __..._Oak Hftl_.??,".,.?? 194 i ,11 .rA 4
the Be and ask for MEMIO CXPIICSS: ANYWHERE 10 st 3 30 Titusville a 118 y ,
to our savings by :working on canal- five cents a bottle sUle P ---- I 00 a
and then return to our former agricul- "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup" and Bound in doth'-Cold ktterin -Size or psg, 700 a ==f IAr ---- Sanford ....__._. Lv low aflOCOa00a (A
take other kind. 9 by ti inches-Larie.clearly-drawn plans. --- .- 10 00 aiLv .................. eanfnrd: --- Ar 9 O
tural pursuits somewhere' of the no 10 3D' -s-s1jj'Lv .....-.....- Tit i rlllA ...?,? Lv T liP 1 W a 3: a
4: line." And this utterance was characteristic THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. 11 is P .0) P .to. ____Cocoa..?,?.___ I' JJ lip t 19a _
a.A, TORI a Mumur STRICT NEW YORK. u. s. A 11 2? 413 P __._ Rockledge___ .. 1930 P 2 18 a
of each individual in -1
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Kind Yri Han 11 63 P 4 U II ....._..._.Eau Oallle....??_ .. 11 54 a 144 a ,
my. Ilya rlto Always Baght Sad postal for Catalogue of Soaks Jot 12C 1205 a 'U P --.....Melbourne...____ 1144 a 1 U a
Y cjJslB4lJ',Library. :261 5 37 Sebastian 1.-- .. al 3 ..
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t The- plan' seems a good one, and there 139 "I 6 23 p ...__._.St. Lucle....____. .. 10 U 11 oo n a : .'
U little to hinder them'In their efforts -.. ..... 155 al, 6 Up" __.....,.Fort Pierce...__?._ 1014 alt 1155 p .:.
2 114., 'I 0-4 P ..--- Tibbals... .. 30 a! 11 (A
.::, Public lands are abundant .;:: 2 23 al 712 P .. .._._..._.....Ede .?...._?...?._ .. 976 all u S3 p
p
throughout the zone and the republic, 2 23 111 P .". ...-.?.- Jenseiu -____ .. 9 21 a a 11 p W
239:1 128 P ---.-..... Stuart ....- __ sit a it 04 '
and THERE '
there is room for thousands of IS MONEY iNGROWING .. .. ; p 0'aJ
S Ow a .1 66 P ...___Hobe Sound__._ 8 42 a 1086
= farms. The .land has been cultivated a 21 814 P to --...-Wrpt Jupiter. ?,?..._ II"* x11019' p "" 1
04 aj II 61 ___. West Palm Beach al -
V/14 4 p 7 U
only in small areas In widely separated 432 a, liB I' .. _.... i..__Boy n ton_...?...___ 7W a I t t 45 U p :s \'
districts, .with vast Jungles between. GINSENGProf. 4 U IL 9 2i P -..-?-_.Delray____ .. 7 10 aHa 90 p Q.
p
4JM 31 a:10: ... .Fort 1
II 211)1" Lauderd&le. .
All of this land is rich beyond compare. *t: b"a:10 30 1)1" _...?.._....... Dan la ...--..-._ 61UASid 815 8(4p P
Almost any vegetable will thrive in It. 5 51f a'10 n PI" ..___._.Halland"16___ a 7" 'I
; .' Howard, of the Missouri State Agricultural College "I 3 6 21 al 11117 PI"; _....._?.!.em. n City____._ 5'a at 7 !9 p .00_ .
The fruit Industry will probably 'remain says: p
: ..... 636 a'1115 PIAr ._.._._..a.HOMESTEAD....Miami_'.,' ? Lv 52a y 2,1 '!
the chief occupation t,,but'.there advise American farmers to cultivate Ginseng. Big profits are realized. -j-1 : P
It is a hardy plant, and is easily grown."-A bulletin issued by the Daily
are fortunes to be made in rubber and Dally
= Pennsylvania State College in pat1ea's: "The supply of native Ginseng Ex. j. I EXTENSION'Lv Ex. _

cane. root is rapidly diminishing and the price per pound is correspondingly Sun. SOB.330p. .

i *Truck gardens' are now almost unknown increasing, while the constant demand for the drug in China stands as a 800& -- ?..----... Miami..-..-__ Ar ==' r ,
:: the few that do eflst being guarantee of a steady market for Ginseng in the future."Consul Gen 10 3J, a ._.....!.Ar ..?.???.....Homestead..?,,,?._ Lv __ lOOp

> conducted by the Chinese on the rolling eral Rublee, of Hong Kong, says in the U. 85. Consular reports: "The .

country on the peninsula across the sale of Ginseng root grown in America is very large here, and the demand No. 23!No. 21 i j0. 19'!''0.ail17 : is'o I l I .01 I :

; bay to the north from the city of Pan- is so great that much more could be disposed of advantageously.The Sun. Sun. Dally i| Ex. MATPORT BRANCH No.Dally Hon.- No. 2*

ama. -upply"a' Ludequate with their root rice.is" as indispensable to the four hundred million Chinese as id -Only- Only I-Sun. Only DatljI 1 .

the result that the principal diet of the OOOp 10 10 a 6 00 p8 20 a Lv ??-Jaeksrtnvilla_ Ar H5 a 11 '
country la meat. That in Itself is sufficient Ginseng is a staple on the market the same aa corn, wheat and cot 208 p 10 W a 501p1! a 28 a IAr, -.So. J"l"h..nvlle_>. Lv 7 37 a705a 80pJJ t2p SOp -
10 50 a 6 40 8 59 a ..._..PabI tAph._ sap,-
240p245p pi {I" -
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varies from
ton. present price $6.00 to f 8.50 11 Ma
.to cause sIckness:among north per pound. 10 5:1: a '64p: t 9 04 a _AUantl! Brach 450 p '
erners In a warm, humid climate,' but while the cost of producing is less than $1 50. It is easy to grow and It 00 p 11 10 a 7. 00 p 1' 9 20 a I" ...--Mftyport__-_. 7 G 00*3 "a|1 12 45 a 445p 10 |-'
little ground. An of- matured usOa,4
y a : Is Is impossible to secure sufficient requires very acre Ginseng is worth Pi--
h $40,000. There is room in one's garden to several hundred dollars' .

t, fresh vegetables' at the present time worth each year. The plant thnves throughout the United States and PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS( AT

; thus leaving a great field to be developed Canada in any Oil or climate that will grow garden vegetables. We sell MIAMI

by small farmers.. roots and seeds for planting purposes and can show you how to make \
Connectloa Made at Miami with
Ch.at 4 DoUlL. money growing Ginseng. There are two planting) seasons, spring and Close Steamship of the P. 4 0. S. d. COBBUJ far

Kidney trouble often ends'fatally, bat. fall. With each order we give full instructions how to plant and care
HAVANA
AND
by choosing the right medicine ft D. -for the garden. You can get a good start in this business for a small KEY WEST.

; : Wolfe, of .Bear. Grove Iowa, cheated I I outlay, and soon have a nice income. Send two-cent stamp today for <
literature telling all about this wonderrulmdl1try.BUOKINGHAM .
death. He says: "Two years ago I bad Thrso lime Ttblea) show the times at which trains I may be rtfi
ei re tori
kidney trouble,'which caused me great from the serial ctaiions. but thHr arriralr 4l.,.\rt.jr,"at the tnHi to arrlva as and dep&rt ,
Doris this Coir-.any tbe hel-i reaponsloi. f.r nny .b C\l&ranSool. .
f ; : lays"rany'roasequentag_uhereCrom '
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= 'I have aladT fount! them 'of
cure. great For Copy of the LOCAL TIME
e CARD or Other
: lienefil in general debility and nerve Information

!L frY-* trouble, and keep'' them constantly on ::GROWERS AND EXPORTERS "SEE THE TICKET -
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hand, since I find they have no equal.


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:t1; '}},",,r ,iotit" llewcar dU < Th..'tast,.b' : "throes'shouldrbe put or ,Sir Henry Irving, the disUngnlshedEnglish $ 'UseOver z .

.';-," "deiDI n 4.-4i" i: -4 'an1 e3theUC$. Vlie tragedian' died, at Bradford' A perfect: Remedy for Constipa 5k
,' England Oct. 13, only an hour or so
<; > "'" ""f out ,by the ckiir- tion.Sour StoiMch.Diarrhoca, -

"" ""' ,!,hIp- hl.....tilt World't'.. ; 'of Albany, and ,the after lie bad appeared on the stage. WonnsConvulstQnsJeverish- Ea '
). i':' 'i ewa 't am p.Am to approve his 8. Fred Nixon, speaker of the New ness al>aLa SOF,lEER, r 11.
-ambarg AmedcAu. "line 5- York assembly; died at Westfield, N..Y. J
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.t ,|, lObO. 'paMeBgert.. aI l'erew. 10OOQI00& of Russia ,who was recently.elected Years p
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It tebILInSti9 world4 rector,of.the,University Moscow,
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'. :}$4eept Sbe.has a the 'government to ...John A< Ouchterlony, one of'the

".fif..np1; and. 'day/sd : s of individuals to best knownphysicians; .in the ''country... ) ;
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over
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turned
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He'declares that CUM Chills and Fever
tty
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:tel..p >tea from' '
is To supply to Gl W. Wirt Na locbes EXACT COPT
be.ratauaandother. ; ,; < > Texas says;
:f: form the centrifugal His daughter had chills and fever for VONI0m. .
U Sb1p' 4 aorist 'ebop a cwt eiHTAMII eOMMHV; HIW r'3,
which the law bemg three year he could not find anything o ... .'" ,,' :;;
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... ; a'nursery. simply'draws all that would help her till he used Heroine
.i grid. different.kinds' of hands His wife will not keep house without it" ,
as possible
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d Lung Cur:*. American English hound is SUe'penol'
j greatest depth is,2.500 EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? -
last session of the
-.. will be settled on the estate o f
",, ,," ... ., <..' > '-- congress at H. Rosier Dulany in Virginia; near

-e -.* '",'EDU" AJ', ,.. made by Pro- Washington In a contest. Mr. DulanyIs Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trucking and i
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3 !: the Pasteur Institute and Is keenly Interested in dogs. A
LehigWi Pi; ..., .
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of his new', tug of $2,000 will be offered. The
purse FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.. :|
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said that his,cur contest will be after the manner of
solicitor of the Lehigh; : *
completely from those famous in Virginia in the old
a'- 'was ,Installed:as .:jre PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM. : ,
resting
.. upon
:; days.' The best hounds of England and 5
ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE.
Iintyeralty haw
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.r. : ; America will be entered. This Inter- ADDRESS ,
t",. ,Women-8ua'ing of the organismwith. national event will be given great social .

" f :; ;Bight Tw iU'..students a. substance distinction by society people of E. V. BLACKMAN, Editor, MIAMI, FLORIDA.

'(' 'the large -cl in originating .
tea ; both Washington and Virginia. .

,, :International:University-,University Chicago,' culosis from "tuber-virus. 'Insomnia Indigestion Cured. John B. Stetson University {\

The introduction "Last year I had a' very severe attackof
)Professor Mebeinj of this substance indigestion. I could not sleep at night. ,
University of Berlin has into the and suffered most excruciating pains for DE LAND, FLA
l flea special commissioner three: hours after each meal.: I was troubled -

t% :-c.' :Wililam !J!: b sJ 1 .lam cellular had already organ- this way for about three months Affiliated With The University of Chicago
wq tern .of InteHa oual : -vhen I used Chamberlain's Stomach arid %
;:. .eratibn, Hebu.alread1. given .marked Liver Tablets, and received immediate COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those of the University of Chicago.
T:of rthe eastern results in the relief" says John Dixon, Tullamore On- Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and Chicago. }
.
1i- clude fourteen 4m i f'r.'n. treatment of tario, Canada. For sale by Red Cross COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law in Florida T ,
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without examination.
f' + T animals and be Pharmacy.
.
mission.Boeton
; hoped to overcome COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY Mechanical, Civil Electrical'Engineering and Manual

j HU School f City. : y' results .in TermtBologrr For Rontgen Ray.. Training courses leading to degrees.. Fine new building, costly equipment. 1

"*:'.The Hancock, School .d; treating human' At the recent' Rontgen congress In COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Book-keeping by best methods.
Elective courses in other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.PREPARATORY '
open
.t i :Bostonlia> : : been1 ., .\ beings. 'The exPeriments i Berlin a special committee adopted thefollowing ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard, Yale, Princeton
l terminology for the new science
lif lied'as a school city with Cornell. Michigan Chicago and all first class Colleges. ,
:.: ;of Miss Ellen have not : Rontgenography is photographyby
nce men NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-i.Kindergarten in its own building. 2. Primary "i
pal, It Is the, first school yet been made. the rontgenoscopy is observation -' and Grammar School in separate building. This School especially prepares Public Schoolteachers.
-
!c :adopt this method oP' which he employs in by Rontgen rays; orthorontgenography .

: -..: ,for selt, governmentRailroad' applying the curative in place of orthodlagraphy; ront MUSIC SCHOOL-A $10,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos,separate building, large faculty ,
"- to make public. genotherapy and the verb "to rentge- thorough courses study.
upation to nlze" In their obvious meanings. ART SCHOOL -New studio. Costly casts,models, etc. .
a subscription re-
'Co-operi4ionbetween: Stetson has.a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold degrees from the University -
f Chicago and a making his discov Mothers of Chicago Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Bryn ,
He refused to ttawr, Bucknell, Dennison and other Universities. There
, .officers has resulted in Who would their children in University Michigan, are over
; keep good
offer preferring to 300000.00( in buildings and equipment;nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an endowed
Yff ,ment of a four year health should watch for the first

experiments until the symptoms library of over 13,000 volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings, including stained t
:education at that p.nly of. worms and remove .them. with: i glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a$10,000 00 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus;.
, ., ,, r shall have proclaim- White's Cream vermifuge it IS the Chil- an enclosed athletic field, running track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, be- \
,:-.1.! 'f .. .., to' -: r < his work. Professor dren's best tonic. It get digestion at : sides swimming, golf, rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women; five
. man credited with work so that their food does them good large laboratories far Chemistry, Physics Bacteriology, Mineralogy and Biology; several
I treat and they healthy and strong.Sold large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells, steam heat cement walks, shell
h the serum grow up roads broad and social musical and other ,
'. Red Cross and Eau ; avenues spacious campus shrubbery trees; literary, :l
:? aClt ,. and he won the by Pharmacy students' clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location is e ;
I_ TjiditY6fiT Gallie Pharmacy, Eau Gallie, Fla. .
$ for his success in beautiful and healthful, and the expenses low. .
1jr :p oipineiit. : in animals by For catalogs, views, folders and information, address the President, '

' ii"/-" t.L s;AIlceles.CaL.of a : A FACT LINCOLN HULLEY, A. M, Ph. D", DeLand, Fla ...1'.

,Aporganization: congress decided to -oft?i i'Ii
; ;toffer tot pay the city' $ in 1908., ABOUT THE "BLUES"What s

o .fh2tadoen'U, '
fi { reduce the .. is known as the "Blues'*
eration and to
'ftt' R'0* saloons to the well known en- 13 seldom occasioned by actual existing SBABARDAIRLINE : :

e per will acquire ,the died at his' home external conditions, but in the .

t good will:of the, present willed that his body Treat majority cases by a disordered t 1}

", appraised valuation over to the Univer- UVE RAn.i AY. 't l
an .
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: holders of the company [ occurred after an op- THIS IS A FACT -FOR- k ;;.Uf;
; o",6 per cent addenda which be demonatra-
f\ stones. His widow may
amount of \be.. ;,iaeSb Savannah Columbia Southern Pines t.
"1 ''remaindered the*profits !, who'is president ted by trying a course of ,

I t the city treasury. Woman's out her Suffrage husband's as Richmond Washington, Baltimore. r '


''jJ What In litepor ei ferniM Cftr n ,O r" body medical on Sept.men.10 was The Tutt'sPillsTheY Philadelphia, New York, t {

fiflFreiburg showed that Mr. '
f ral Leiteldt ,": 11
, ., dty of 70,000 Inhabitants spite of the fact that 9 TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. !
of supplies the intes LIVER. a
treme example -
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f.t in .Europe is described. Juices, had been They bring hope and bouyancy to themind. SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL. 1.

1[ things which the city They bring health and elude

t-4: _C ptCeet railroads ligbt .ty to the body.
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:>slaughter. house, MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. I
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<,i.;. 'r: '. rbanki schools, TAKE ,NO SUBSTITUTE.HOLLIST&R'S .

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Mountain Nuggets
: at' prbaPThe between President Rocky Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaijs. ;
ofla'a I A M.dida. for Buy People. ,
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'0> tpoarttnotiaated football Brings Qelia Health ua Renewed Vigo.A :,
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: : ?owned by. the,dty are .college specific for IndfeesUoa,Live For fall information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or .
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military administration. and Kidney CoDstIs Eczema,Impure write to t
toward .Im Blood Bad Bowel, BeMAche '
be done
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; of football, and let form. 35 cents a box Genuine made by t
of th Aset. General
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g e .:I" i 'the element of Eotunca Da.ro OOKTANV, Madison,Wis. Passenger Agent. .

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:: 'f.Ej,. "'..l'j ;...Lt .. handsome iron gates at the Young street '
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::i.r\-I'; 'Y'-IFt.#'' 1''." :>>;::;."' : Tropic, home' the=tr entrance of hia Eat Gallie home: Ready-Made Clothing; for BOYS. '
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%. 'f.jlfTbe" reo'.1U be-i dance'-at ".theoperaPackard Ilk, .Schbfield left?]&taid ,_ for. her streets of Bad Gallie where needed..* The

.t. mi( T !< .''', oDae,b'iIi Frldsyeieni' '1j-.. home in Miami, We., hope :to have.her work will be proceeded with at once. -. --- '=' xs

*>; ( ..' :1 A'Iittle'. : daughter pot9n' .:be- fjappear.fJtrl' : next term: She has taught two,terms for The old .Olmstead store,, at the north KNOX,8TETSONandHOUSER _

: {" 1 ante at tbe'bomeofMre ; and.'Mrs.:,Roy as-'and{there has been no halt found with point of the'Eau Gallie river, was btuned HATS

xt : .,,, '. onrWedneeday of islet week. "*, hateger.School .' 1 ;to'ber to the ground on 'Sunday morning about $1.50 to &

f" ': :FMr&.,.Wade arrived from the north,last ) .closed last Friday:after> i sueceasfulterm. o'clock.. _Insurance $500. The buildingwas ,
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; week_and her many Mendi;are glad to Parents and friends: gathered valded at about$2,000. '
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* "I; ,welcome her return beta:: t.Mr. .. =at 2:30 p._m.-to witneea.tbe' closing The Wynona took a spin to Titnsville EpWIN.CLAPP'S" and'
ac'. and Mrs.. Will 13hoadsand little wu CROSSETTS FINE SHOES
: ; eierciees. The room tastefully decorated with o:p. Paddiaon on board, this week.A .

; j i' ,eon.returned on Saturday_frop GSncinna. with,palms, Tines/moss and flow hew grocery'will open shortly at H. $3 to $G 50 .
2 ti and Stop few days at the Aldridge word ,'welcome' each .
$ ;:} a ers. The greeted Bradford's old stand. .. r- r-r-= rSCmoo -

. "; House and:are' note at:Rockledge where visitor.. 'Some pieces were especially well .Geo. .E: Andrews left .for West Palm ,

iIfl., h iUl..e n'at.present.Mr. rendered, but all did justice,to, pupil and Beach'on his launch Shadow on Sunday BROa ica "QUEiJN: QUALITY" .

5&. .''Joe Rogero,.who is well known op _het.-- The $5.00 prize, given;by Mrs. morning last. Fine Gothes Makers Fine Shoes for,Ladles

r;:, "- .and down the Indian river, was.:married'about Merrill, for improvement in
-- greatest penmanship Capt.' John H. Andrews, of tibbals, M1'IMf1Nf -' AZIT rwx $2.50 to $3.50 ac
? <.- a week ago., The bride ia.from Miami. ,.neataesa considered, was won sailed for home on .Sunday last in the I'r '
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VfA! .*. They, are staying at Eao Gallie. by Willie Carter., ,Other 'winners were .
sloop Dixie. These brands are recognized leaden U strleflt and,flal.lu. Said only try J_ n>. -
{$YY, Mr .Rogero's many'fdenda wave- con* Maggie and Lena.Campbell, ,Eva' Willie The houseboat Rochester is now readyfor
.. THE LARGEST UP-TO-DATE.CLOTHING HOUSE ON EAST'CUoUT: OFI'LOBJDAComplete
Bonnie
gratulationa. and Nellie Caiter Fedora
f ?::.t.At-. Eneey .the winter; busiD es.-The lal1n h'Baby
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" ''r', Caves. Warren Mathers; Elieha Smith. Rochester is also ready for work. line of everything that men and boys wear
---w--; : : XOCKIJUMUC. '. Marshall Jones ;spent several '
.. days with
: ; Mr. Charlie Hatch,;of;.Chhtmaewae: ills father in'Eau Gallic.A : Frightful Suffering Believed.
., All goods marked in plain figures strictly one price to all
t ;. .' visiting hls brother ud friends a few few ..
. .f .for young folks' spent a very pleasant Suffering from the virulent .

:rG.t-: :,t "<:.:> idl'llaH. ,week.' evening at Mrs.Ense r'a Thursday.of,last poisons of 'undigested food, C. G. Gray, MAID: ORDER.S: : A SPmOEAT: -
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7J.7 __Mr. and Mrs.. A.'D ;Baldwin arrived onThiiwday week with music and. games, a farewellto .. son, of Lola, Miss., took Dr.'King's" New -
Life Pills "with the result, he writes, e }
f /:n:.; -f .last from -New'. Haven, Conn., Mrs..Schofield. "that I was cuJed." All stomach and JAMES PRITCHARD.President.W..M. BROWN,VIee-PreeMent.

d4. ,:, r and are settted in their beautiful wintfjt bowel disorders give way to their tonic, WINSTON S.BBANNING. Cashier.

{- i home. ,A Daredevil JUde laxative properties. 25c. at Red Cross

? :.;. :t-,.' 'Mrs. Cowari and daughter, of Cocoa, Often ends in' a .sad accident. To 'heal! Pharmacy, guaranteed.
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accidental Bucklen's Arnica BAIK.
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(lIt.!; 7::'::. epentTriday town.: 8&18.&I deep wound in my foot, from: MKLBOUBNK.Mr. .
;Mrjand Mrs. Ed Boyle, of .Sharpee, "
" :'; : an accident, writes Theodore Schuele, Robinson
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4} Miller and
family expectto COUNTY DEPOSITORY': .
f ;" spent a.few}days of last.Beet: with their of Columbus, 0., "caused me great pain. ,
but Buckien'e arrive from Sagatnck, Michigan, about Authorized Capital...._.....-$100,000.00
, '::. ::- son, Yr.Jas. Boyle. Physicians were helpless, the first of December. His j store Paid up Capital....._........__$ 25,000.00 .
Arnica Salve it. jewelry
healed Sooths
;t'. .Mr. Bank's stndio is now open for the quickly Average Deposits__.___..____$200,000.00 '
and heals burns like 'Joe. Red
:, magic. at will be at his old stand in'the Stewart
3 winter EU>D.j' Cross TRANSACTS A t
Pharmacy. u
4t ;. On Thursday last Mr. and Mrs. White, building. .
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Business.
.. :: Mr. and Mrs Charles Ballon and two General Banking .
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wedding! : children were in Melbourne Tuesday, and Oldest -::
[;;to ,First norther of the season began on driving from Tillman in their Largest
r{ a; 7-:,. Mr. and Mrs. J. :BY Bower, Miss Hattie Friday p. m. last .up new Bank on the Hirer.

r v.: Bower, Mr. and Mrs. Hervey Bower, of 'Mrs. Harry Hodgson is home in Eau carriage.Mrs. Exchange Bought and Sold on AH S $ ?-
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E. J. mother of Mr.
Ferguson
Foreign Countries. T'
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Gallie after in Olean
again, a summer ,
John of Hotel :
Ferguson, proprietor Patronage appreciated. Prompt service, w
\ :- -little daughter, of Conrtenay, and Mr.
:' : N. Y. polite treatment and every f&,consistent '
:. :i :-- Will Lockhart, of Rockledge. All report The revival meetings at the M,'E. ', Covington with conservative banking granted. atop ,' ;

,<< having a very pleasant day. COEEESPONDENTS
, { spent church, on Highland avenue, stilt'ron. time at Hotel Carleton. : .
some
f !'.;..: :; Empire Trust Company N. Y., Florida 'I
: tinue.
Lf1".a't.: Sick headache'is caused by a disordered I Mr. and Mrs. John. B. Lee of Chicago, Bank & Trust Company JacksonvilleFIa. vTITUSVILLE

r rl: :&;. condition of the stomach and is quickly The'steamer Canaveral is receiving a l III who. occupied the Goode cottage last FLORIDA. 1

f g:"di',: ; cured blCbamberlalD'eStomachancl Liver coat of paint. John Ferguson is doing winter, are expected here on Friday, and .

; :;;, J *Tablets- For sale by Red Cross Phar- the work. will be pleasantly located in the Peek -

-I.r ;; u many. The tenants for the Pingree cottage are New Haven
', if, cottage, on avenue. '
SL .' -! expected this week. SCREENS i
"" .. ,IKDIAKOLA. Mr. Gns Hoke has ,been busy paintingthe ; .
''" Grand ball in the McMillan ball at the >
..' Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Field, of Daytona, Moore cottage, on Strawbridge ave-
.. Inn on Allhallowe'en. Cards are being 1
are visiting their Mr. and Mrs. nue.
: parents distributed. For doors and windows I i
: : S. J. Field, for a couple of weeks. Mrs. S. B. Whitacre and little grandsonhave .
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Services
on Sunday next at St. John'eEpiscopal i I -
J Mr. Raymond Sanderson, of Scranton, returned from their northern visit. '
: covered with wire. -
church Young street. All in. any .. ,
Penn., was an arrival Satnrdsy'toopenup Mrs. Whitacre is now busy getting readyfor :
vited; seats free. The Rev. Jno. Walker
and prepare their winter home. His her coming season of dressmaking,
lessons. EAST COAST LUMBER &
will read the SUPPLY CO. '
= with business in the Mesmur ,
fi:;, < brother and father will follow shortly. Chadwick Broe.' Fish have quarters
company I
x Miss Eva Owens ii.visiting her friend, building. Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.
closed their Ean Gallie plant for the
Ii/ Miss Louise ; nnata. Mayor W. I., Metcalf of West Palm
.; .. winter, and are now at Miami, Fla. Eau Gallie, Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. John Macdonald (accompanied Beach, was a welcome visitor in Melbourne
: Capt Rogero has leased Sebron Jones'residence
)- by their niece and nephew. last week. J. R.WALKER. [ = x
on Ninth street, for the winter. H.B.MACE.
end Mrs. Arthur Boehnke, of Pawtucket, Mayor C. H. Stewart and Mr. R.. W.
i"}' R. I.) arrived Monday evening. We are The captain will move his family to EauGallie Goode returned from their pleasant visit JOHN R. WALKER & CO., t

for the winter. We extend a hearty .
: pleased to welcome our old friends homeagain. to Jacksonville.
.. welcome.
1-"'', Messrs. L. Moreton Murray, Daytona, Titusville, Fla
: S. Jones will move to the Narrows for ,
\:; ., Mrs. Nettie Feaster and her daughter, Fla.; '1'. L. Howell, New Smyrna; W. H.
the.vegetable shipping season. Mr. Jones
9.: .: Mrs. Anderson with two children, were Dunn, Jacksonville, were guests of Hotel
::'IF-:.: arrivals Tuesday to spend some time with owns Narrows.some valuable truck lands in the Carleton.Mrs. DRY GOODS 11

'.' our popular postmaster and family.Mr. Claude Edge and little son are

'if (, Joseph Cannata has accepted a position Would suggest that householders have visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. )

: f from Mrs. James L. Crawford for all sheets and pillowcases off the lines on Goode. Mr. Edge went to Miami last

the the eve of Allhallows. Are you going to where he will i ,
: season. Friday, spend the winteras CLOTHING

::tl& A carload of box stuff came to our dock. the ghost party? manager of the Edge Barrel Factory.Ajjer's. *]
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Mr. J. A; Gilbert is expected home A .

i{ next week, after a summering in Odessa, ..- '

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> -- Mrs. I: G. Gilbert and a lady friendare ,

": ,\: Make Yoir Grocer expected in. Eau Gallie next week.Mrs. I

,:" ., Gilbert spent the summer in New I SHOES .

r: J:, Give You Guaranteed York state. I )
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the Pingrey cottage this week. They are
Do you like your thin, rough,
t;; from 0.
Youngstown, short hair? Of MILLINERY
course
\ Cream oi Tartar The sharpie Lizzie was out for a spinon you -- 3.
Sunday last with several ladies and don't. Do you like thick, ,

f'- gentlemen on board. heavy, smooth hair?* Of

Mrs. Treotler is mourning the death of course you do. Then why FORNITDRE.
Baking Powder
Wc: her sister, Mrs. Koenig, of Chicago. It

was with Mrs. Koenig that Mrs. Treutler Hair Vigornot

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Alum Baking Pow- ([ niece) from Germany to spend the be pleased? Ayer's Hair We want your patronage. _

winter in 'tan Gallie. We advise the Vigor makes beautiful heads Our aim is

ders interfere'with young men to brush np their German. of hair that's the whole SJ to please YOU, a'w* .

i, The lady sailed on the'17th inst. story. Sold for 60 years."I New, TTp-to-Date Goods in ,"

digestion and are, unhealthful Hogs are roaming about the environs of I haT used Avert Hair Vigor for a long every
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I time. It i indeed. a wonderful hair tonic. Line.
I '' Eau Gallie. Those having gardens will I restoring health to the hair and scalp! ,and at

li .' please take due warning and protect f| the tame tfme.DK. J.proving V. TAJIK splendid,M*dreislne. and
their vegetables.The f 1.W "w"Ie. j,C.jTER ra.
t, Avoid the alum. All drunl" 1..w441._ _!tin._. careful attention.I
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