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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: November 3, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00337
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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{;. -.p r ttdite; hosiery and tan- AND PERSONALS : don't know if yon will ever get any better IIUAIRFLORthA: .,

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."-tJ-- .' :,:: t' Atao'complete,;stock Of fine Something bout the People of TitusYllle price off2.98 per, pair; also one lot 'of Paragraphs that Will Be Eagerly Sought
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styles
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come see us

.;: .: ; 1t1'letl1ap". J.W; f. to 44-.:'datelf:ft.Mail'. '.. MATTERS OF SOME INTEREST .give up-to-date you some dresa unusually goods. low prices on INDUSTRY ,&: AGRICULTURE. ,

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",1 Wtj,?: tT; Ladies'. cravanets, made in the heightof
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-< $ .
".:'ld'-' ',;'[' ?.:l"l,, : I : PEUTET.& and 4'BEAiorDro Furnishers,' ,. Little 'Happenings That Help to'-Male I Ladies'fashion jackets, worth in$10 black 00 for or$7.98.tan, beautifnl What is Being Done Towards the D&YelopmentQf y

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:'''JI- ;o::>" ; .; Titusville. quality of kersey, handsomely lined .
.s- j: Up the Weekly lewspaper: worth $7.50 for $5.98.. Peninsula. .
\t x.'f} "'r. : : z receiveda fine English iv.M:2:
; Boys' stockings good quality, known
.;m {l; J : t.i N..'O,'one. day. this Attorney C. 0. Chillingworth, of West as the Buster Brown, special cents per Mrs. H. 0. Budge!,'of Miami, has been .

:t& ,;}( being- shipped out' to him palm Beach, was in town yesterday transacting pair.Children'e visiting in St Augustine the) past week t
.,.,i ,,!S.'l':1:>>.:t!' .** ready made night gowns s
where she
.> ;;; l-- business! was the guest of the Monson '
some legal .
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made of a good quality of outing flannel, -
\W li i orsby,. a prominent orange Mrs. M. S. Jones, Jr.. returned to. her. worth,89 cents special 59 cents each. House. .

:A\'i$.w".. ;!: ', ; arrived at his home home'at Quay Saturday afternoon;>> :after a Lion brand chatelaine floss, this is one 'MI'!. Asa Paine and daughters, formererly -
'- ;:; : ) $!:.j { of the best flosses the market
produces
'F-f''M.... ,..?l, week from New!York city brief visit here with relatives. for winter residents of Cocoa, are expected }
,, especially knitting purposes special
':-......."'i ift"1t.'I.' ; ; been staying' .!. since the early Mr. V.T. Worley purchased the Decker price 10 cents per skein. to arrive in Daytona today; NOv r,, t.

.:!;::.'..... ......!'1''>,; : ; *i'v cottage, near the Indian River hotel, instead : We will also put on sale about 200 pairsof entber 3rd. o
i-t"' # ;: ; andher Miss ladies' st\oes one lot made of the best
.., daughter ,
The
Miami News
t'f. : that Mrs. H
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;: Mr., Knox, as reported in this reports
of vici kid
#j quality Goodyear welt or
; Kansas that had
i: *t they a paper last week. -: pomp Bole if yon wish the well known J. Egger delightfully entertained a few f. '

,fJl,,, ...... ':4 inch snowfall on the 28th'of The Indian River Baptist association make of Krippendorft' Di.mlon, worth friends at her,home m that city last Saturday .
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fi."t :;8' ; are expected home in $3.50, special price $2.59; also one lot night ,
'..;:; ._ b. will convene at the ,Baptist church ,in worth $3.00, special price $2.19'all sizes.If .

.t"''.-lJ"t.'',"",'; ', '"- : ; West Palm Beach November. 24th, you want any ready made skirts we Mr. Geo. E. Sebring of Sebring, Ohio,
'latfs-i' y. :; Fischer was taken ill Tues 25th and 26th. will place on sale about ten different formerly a winter resident of Rpckledge,
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'1Jit. ... : : while brin&inJrthemaii in styles of ladies' tailor made skirts beau will make short visit r.
a to Daytona next
"'. }> :. Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. Rice
io. are rejoicingover
.iMss .'' I Arteeia with quite a se tiful styles, goodquality, price is lower week for the of securing a winterhome.
fever, but at this writing is the arrival of a fine pound boy than yon can send away. for them in the purpose
.
)t- :(( ; : Mr. Ed Morgan who made his appearance>at their home northern markets. I

: : : to Artesia'yesterday.. Tuesday of last week. GFJiTrY.CLOTHING, Rev. C. Fred Blackburn, who formerlyresided r

t.'i'- Jack Lafiin arrived in Titusville on Indian river recently of Fer- .
: Capt. Men's black Thibet suits, satin lined
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rll1: plenty of quail. Messrs winter and is very busy getting the houseboat special price Monday only $13 98.' ton, Mo., Mr. Blackburn having been
and P. J. Hall Drought in 40 Youths' and men's suits in
young an transferred to the Missouri! conference.It .
<-!?fSf 'jtt: : : from other parties have Rose Marie in readiness for cruising. excellent quality of serge' in three piece .

,u... :::4''ir ct '.: : ; in but we hear that sev Mr. L. R. Decker arrived in Titosville suite, worth $14.00, special Monday only, is said that Bob Taylor of Miami,
= J. : : afternoon from New $10.79.Children's. has reconsidered his decision and will not
Vanetten
'. j, -.!: .:; .: : as high as 20. Saturday suits in sizes from 6 to 16, sue the Tropical Sun for $10,000 but will
"' ) .:. l York the winter season.He ,
>:$:' i;t. to spend made in
an excellent of black
'-. : Pritchard & Son have had up quality
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'ftl. !! looking well but contracted a bad cold on Thibet or navy blue if you wish, worth
to of their
.J the center fool to let him do i'Bat editor .
enough the
j $5 00 for$2.98.
< the south' His friends here
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the
and'elevated ,from
JULIUS is in that class.
not
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; to him back
> are very glad see again.
secure better light and en- Titusville Fla.
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f'I ;; 112 will be needed
Altogether barges
'!.i.}; '"'' ;: a1 handsome railing the Mr.'and Mrs. John Boyer;'of Philadel- '

'.. .. : done by T..N Decker.' phiav stopped off here,.for' ,a, short visit Piano Tuning :Notice_ for the work on the extension of the F.
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,'ft" : I ; with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Walker E. 0. railway to Key West, It is probable
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} :;ot. '" < : arrivals town Wednes Fippen Augustine piano that several of these will be
%*& ..,: I'<., we noticed Mr. and Mrs. ly part.of the week. Mr. Boyer is a well tuner will visit Titusville about the barges
.1-t7'"s vsu known commercial man and was on his middle of November to attend to profes- built for the railroad company. by Apa- -
: their son, the genial Mr. sional work in that line. His stay will lachicola contractors.On if
down the coast in the
east interestof
l: their two daughters, Miss way be limited. All parties desiring to have
... : his house. Thursday of last:>eek Gov. Brow !,
; Elsie who are here from good, thorough tuning done will please
9' : Mr. leave their orders at, the Indian River ard appointed Mrs. Anna K. Dearborn, '
to spend the winter at their and Mrs. J. Lorillard, Jr., ,with
# ,* Music House date and Mr. of Cocoanut Grove
at an early clerk of the circuit
: LaGrange. Many friends their daughter two little sons and baby,
$& Adams"will call on them when he arrives. -
court in and for Dade to fill the
county
rlti1: ; their return. arrived in Titusville Saturday from Sharon .

:;;f:MV. ::; ;<' ;ited.'S Pa., to spend the winter. They have vacancy caused by the death of. EugeneC.

if R:t\ Mrs. Prank J. Reid rented the Walton cottage for the next A Bargain in Beal Estate Dearborn her husband.

?7- 'fi/ '. : : our sad duty this week to six months. Mr. Lorillard and family FOR SALE-An old pioneer grove, one Miss Mary F. Hainlin of Miami by

-"". death of Mrs Frank J. Reid spent part of the season here two years mile nver front 290 acres land 25 acres her attorney, F. M. Hudson, bus broughta
J in grove in good condition, fine dwelling, suit for damages in the sum of $10,000 '
.? :t. ; who passed away ago. very best of land for celery farm. Three
;il: \ at her home in Mr. H. B. Mace, accompanied by his crops of oranges would pay for the place. against Frank T. Budge of that 'city for

.; "... The cause of her death valet Mr. J. Geltch arrived Wednesday Will sell for l less than value of improve injuries she sustained from defendant's *

The which ments purchaser thereby'getting land automobile some months ago.
: attack afternoon from New York city to spend
.. free;better than homesteading; no incum-
SA, one, came on suddenly the winter in Titusville.- Mr. Mace is brance; titles perfect; farming tools, vehicles A charter has been granted by the

: and it failed to yield to the now largely interested in this town in the blacksmith shop all go with place.W. state to the Biscayne Fruit company, to
which the T. V. ,
incorporators are Moore
x cr heroic treatment/ She mercantile line. His many friends here .Indianola R. SANDERS Fla., W. M. Brown and F. M. Hudson. The

consciousness a few hours are pleased to see him looking so hale new company is capitalized at $10,000 e

sp. Mrs Reid was the third and hearty. and will raise and deal in fruits grown in 1
For Bent at Eockledge Dade A
'Y of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. The Jacksonville Times-Union of Monday county.
Two furnished cottages; one of four' THE STAB of
acknowledges receipt an
she was a general favorite
: "A. R. Gladwin a regular win
says rooms; one single room. References given invitation to attend the opening ball at
4 knew her. Her husband ter visitor to Florida was among the ear and required. Address Lock Box 115, the Tampa Bay hotel on Tuesday even

relatives have the deep ly tourists arriving at the Windsor yes Rockledge, Fla. ing, Nov. 14th which is duly appreciatedon

-of this'wbole' section in terday." Mr. Gladwin is a' brother of our part.t. We wish Editor Stoveall
death. Nearly 2,000 Miles in an Automobile
our fellow townsman, Mr. S. N. Gladwin and his associates unbounded success in '
she married and
: years resided ago in:! St. Augustine with whom he spends several weeks each Mr. C. M. Huston and son, Louis of their new venture.

&r ago, when she and winter. He is an expert in the art of Chicago passed through Titusville last James A. Osteen, who was implicatedwith I
capturing the finest specimens of the fin his brothers in the shooting of the
ys returned to Titusville. Friday on their way to Cocoa their win
tribe and an ardent lover of the s
services were held at La- ny sport. Carter brothers near St Augustine, has
in their 15 h. White
ter steam
Mr. Gladwin arrived here Tuesday.The borne p.
yesterday afternoon, Rev written a letter from his hiding place and '
officiating, and burial took amount has been subscribed by a auto car, in which they have traveled: says he is the one wholly to blame for the

,, ..' cemetery, attended by number of the gentlemen of St. Gabriels 19,000 miles since the first week in April death of the Carters and when court '

of friends and relatives. church for a handsome suit of furniturefor last. This is perhaps the longest! journeyever opens he will deliver himself up to the i 1

the room in the rectory which has made in an auto. officers. -

&i Notices been reserved and is being put in readi- Mr. Huston, accompanied by his wife It is stated that Oscar T. Conklin of t I
ness by the ladies of the guild for the '
Miami who has been trial in the cir-
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and traveled Ohio or 1'
eon through Indiana
W. Walker will hold divine ,
minister Mr. Walker his arrival
upon cuit court under the charge of embezzlement -
+ and other states Atlantic N. J.
to
Nov. 5th fol City
next as the last of the week. The credit for this
and who was acquitted by the jury
Marks church, Cocoa, morn- There they stopped for seven weeks, then l
assistance toward fitting
generous up a will suit for theF.
yw?: at 10:30 continued their journey to Florida. On bring a damages against
: sermon ; Sunday comfortable room is largely due to Capt. '
E C. Electric
Light company. Judge
in Jacksonville the first of
r At St. Gabriels church arriving part
James Pritchard and Mr. F. A. Morgan
,
Geo. A. will the
last Mrs. Huston Cocoa Worley prepare papers.
week went to
and sermon at by
sSfc prayer who also made the selections in which The amount to be claimed for damages
: they displayed excellent taste. rail.The
has not been given out.
$k, by the pastor in the Metho auto made the long trip without
accidents. Mr.
any serious mishaps or
next Sunday, 5th
Furnished Cottage WantedA Huston says he found the worst roads in AnnouncementDentos
m., Sunday school at 3:30
modestly furnished cottage of five or the Carolinas and between Jacksonvilleand Nov.'r
at Cocoa at 7 p. m. Ev will be in commission on
W. F. Allen. Pastor. or six rooms for the coming winter on Ormond being compelled to lay 1st. Dr. Houghton says he will be in
4{ east coast. Give full particulars. AddressC. down boards for the car to pass over on Titusville for one month only. Persona

r' of Masonic Temple C. Henderson 527 N. Maple St., Mur for a distance of 1,000 feet at a place desiring his professional services will not .
about twelve miles north of Ormond.
freesboro Tenn. procrastinate, for one month is the limit
'.. Nov. 8th, at 7 o'clock While they had a very interesting trip for his stay this time. '

: .,, t"'' Temple, in Titusville, Few people realize the importance of Mr. Huston says he would not care to try .
.0 it
with ceremonies again.
:??:, appro attending to any eye or nervous affectionat Do not forget that Dr. E. H.Armstrong!
occasion. Indian River ft
w an once. If neglected there are no dis- and staff of and of
f nerve eye specialists,
a cordial invitation to all Call at Titusville Livery, at rear of
J.,' &.. Officers and members eases more apt to become permanent than Robbins' law office, for'stylish rigs. Jacksonville, will be here at the Indian'
those affecting the and If 1
{ :' eyes nerves. Leave orders for hauling, both dou- River hotel on Nov. 12th and 13th. They
:. DeLand at Jacksonville Cocoa and Daytona Mel., troubled at all in this way do not fail to ble and your single. J. M. Osban, proprietor.FOR request that all their former patients will f
- see the renowned eye and nerve specialist come to the botel for an inspection of ,

;. ,.. to be present on his Dr. E. H. Armstrong,of Jacksonville SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. their case, and would invite any others }

during his professional visit to Titusville who are in need of their services to see 71..
A : Monday and Tuesday, November 12t.hand About 88 acres of good high land on them. :i. '
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DRY GOODS SHOES. 13th. The doctor will be located at the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat }
'; 'jj : with mirror, bevel $5.50 i Indian River hotel.NURSERY the Narrows described as follows: Lot HENRY IU:::U CKE-GVNS REPAIRED. i

..h book case $7.65. j' No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section Specially made gun springs warrantednot 1
sewing machine, oak, $22 50 STOCK FOR SALE. 36, in township 31 south range 39 east. to break. Every one carefully tested. .

r..#Ir., .. butter dishes 35c. Citrus stock grown on high pine land. This land is unimproved but finely lo Guns stocked. Leave your gun at Pritch- ;
t 4 tal cards: new views Indian River Numtiesr established 1886. \cated. For further particulars addressE. ard'e hardware store. .J
?. .i f for chairs etc. Send for catalogue, Toledo and Vest M. ww.Brockton. H. BEXECKK: ,

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'f& '.'( t'j W B.O>eo& Ti/CVtoott u.G nHifBBejfu'Jir < .*!My barnstormangdays:: "be:: said. ,'I"Come' oa. to 1 the market place. .,..and.. ;,: s
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( Y ;r ANECDOTES ,Of IRVINGfift We wherewith'I barnstormed the p rov- a great deal of amazement' Irving { r f

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..,.' < : -!;...".'. Actor's, Career..,- ; ani: old earl, :'threw hlm; heavily; Iowa, got a fall on an icy walk last win WHOOPING COUGH- COMsUHmOHJlIOXCIIII'J!

.'" --:.,b.,',"'.:-,,. and when he did fcbt rise after the loud ter, spraining his, wrist and bruising hiaknees ''L :
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; > thud of Ms fall I cried pat: ; | EXPECTOHATIONthEALSTHELUNC& '
e"\ .,DEVoTEDLY TOBB OP, OHILDBE5: "'Great heavens!' What have done ao sore and stiff I was afraid I wouldhave j
-. to in bed bat I rubbed them physicians as the BEST remedy for :
;:.. -' stay leading I
.e- A.- ; "Usually this ,scene Impressed and k

'.... "':;''- .' .. ..it moved my ;audlfflneetrAnendongly. : but wellwith, few Chamberlain's Pain.Balm, andafter Children S croup and Whooping, Cough because 1It
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OPIATES. The
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as Simple1ienpIriing"-E6ectanil 'I
r a .coster.wlth one little'jrl.ttIdsm Pharmacy.Any .- ;

,. .. ',:',.. ,t Rebuke- ,to..* mD1I "-WJ ea', ...vb. turned JI Y' outcry ,and the darkness i .asadults every variety of ,temperament: and onstituti n. -

:: Turned ,PalA:Story;ot.Hli;Bara- and.the old earl's'tragic fall Into'ridicule woman who is a heroine in the ;

{:i!.::: ". tormlaB. 'Day. 'and' laughter. hare never seen eyes of her husband ought to'be satisfied Read This Remarkable Testimonial 1

that coster, but Iremember'hl his voice to let it go at that. MRS."B. W.EVANS, ClearWtten, Ku., ;":- tjaa :

.. ,"" ... ;: ..The late SIr,Henry'.Irving' was. fond, well. It was a' slow, 'dry; voice, like ...., was sick for three months and the doctors told me he bad quick ..,

?i::' of childreiu Wljen he; was: playing Mark Twain's, and It manifested Itself A Creeping Death.. IUIDptiOn. We procured a bottle of BallaroTt Horehound Syrup.and '

? "Olivia*' in London 'the juvenile part just after the fall of,my aged and no Blood poieon creeps up towards 'the It GOred him. He is DOW a well man but we always keep a bottle

:-' f: was"taken 'by:a little":lad about 'nlner' ble antagonlst..Theold 'earl had dropped heart, cansing death. J.E. Stearns, BellePlaiDio I in the house and think it has no equal for pulmonary dsoassL"Easy

.;ir .... 1 'years: aid.. He. little fellow kept, 'JII m..- heavily, 'and.in the silent,obscurity Minn., writes that a friend dreadfully toTaKe; Sure to Cure; Every.Bottle Giaramteea.
lt (-;: eelf but hli were old I had cried: 'Great heavens! What injured his hand, which swelled up THREe SIZES 25c, SOc,'100. a .
:& very tidy, Clothes tike
i ,5f. "." and it was :.evident 'itbaf he' was extremely have: I. done?' when. the coster spokeup salve blOOd drew poisoning.out the poison Bucklen's, healed Arqica the BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT CO:, -: 'ST. LOOTS, K. ,

;;'. poOr: wound and saved his life.' Best in the
f Strike a light; 'young' fellow, 'and world for burns and snrps _2_e._ _at_ Red____ .. .
\ d! "Wnere f do yon live, my boy r asked we'll have' a look.' ", Cross Pharmacy. upu V .OLD AND RECOMMENDED BY x _

,;r; ; :L Mr. Irving, one night. RED CROSS PflAMiCY, tIfUSVlLL'B'u4 EAU 'GALLIE PHABgACY EAU OAHIB
' = 'Hammersmith ",
YT 11. : "Beyond answered Irving retained faithful'old members Occasionally a man makes light of bis .

... !."I'" ,. 'the lad." : of':his.company long after' their:.serv- troubles by lighting cigars with his unre
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:' : "And ho'!r; do 'you, get home?" continued ices might,''have been dispensed with. eeipted'I bills. Southern Railway.

.t'" Mr. Irving." One of the most touching cases of this '

.y;*. ...fm *I walk, sir," .was the answer, with character was that of "Daddy" Howe.: i Con tlpatlen. EFFECTIVE AUG. 6, 1905. '

: : When Howe, whd was eighty years old Health is abmlately impossible, if con .
surprise at the inquiry..
h.z Na 30 No 34
:; at the time, learned that:the company stipation be present. Many serious cases Daily. Between J.ckloovUle and,New York. 1\0 29 S0.33
:;: ... "Yes, yes. But after this you must, was to come to America he realized of liver and kidney complaint have sprung Daily. Daily. Duly. ,
.. 755 P 910 a Lv Jacksonville, Fla.- So. Ar. 900 ______
:' And ------- By. a 8211
ride. Mr. Irving gave orders from'neglectRd Such deplorable P
that the. expense would be,very great constipation. a 1215 a---- 121) P Li.Savannah; &.______.___- By Ar. 450 a _.__ 403 'P
that the lad's bus fare?was to be paid and that the minor roles he played condition i fc unnecessary. There 955 a 1020 pAr. Cha-lotte, N. .--._____ Hy. Lv. 950 p--------8- 33 a642l
thereafter. Some time}later-he noticed -; could be filled here, is a cure for. it. Herbine will"epeedily __________ .
easily over. at a Ar. Bichmond Va So: Hr. LT. 12 so l':::=: 11 10
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matters. C. .A '
remedy
Lindsay P.-M ,
that the .little fellow had a troubled' much ,less cost. As a result of these Bronspn, Fla., writes, February 12, 1902:, 950 P-------.- 950a Ar. Washington, D. .,_____ By Lv. 1O51-a IliO P
look .on his face.. He asked .him if he. gloomy reflections he wrote Mr. Irving "Having used Herbine I find it fine 1123 P ------- 11 30 a r. Baltimore, Md.P. R. R Lv 8 12 a __--0_- 822 p
a 235 a- 145 pAr. Philadelphia Pa._.__..__..P. R. R _-_____ '
P'. enjoyed riding. That brought fortlthe.tacfthat that he appreciated the situation medicine for constipation." 50c. a bottle. --------- Lv. 333 a- 553 P
630 a---------- 415 pAr. New York N. Y.-P. R. H Lv: 1210 a _____ 825p
the boy had been saving and would'either retire or accept a Sold bv Red Cross Pharmacy and Ean

ft S the bus fare, as his mother was ill and reduced salary: Not, receiving an an- Gallie Pharmacy, Eau Gallie, Fla. Nos. 33 and 34-"New York and Florida Express." Daily Pullman Drawing Room
his father was out of work swer, he brought the matter up at a Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. <
\ Xos. 29 and "Washington and Florida "
Limited.
Daily Pullman Drawing Boom
4 Mr. Irving immediately ordered that "Deal' Interview. Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. .
kA the child's salary be.raised. Through mel Ah, yes! Well, I'll let CASTORIAFor

: the summer, although the company.was you know presently," was Mr. Irving's NDaO:130 Through"The Land of tile Sky." l'J
playing, the child received his salary evasive reply. Infants and Children. a'o.iJ2a
, r not 7'55"PLv..Jacksonville, Fla.,--________:._______ ____ ------.So.. Br. AL 900 a
r just the same at the personal order "Daddy" Howe thought from this The Kind You 1215 Lv. Savannah .. '
Have Always BoughtBears a Ga..- ---- .. ----.-.-- -----:-___._So. By. At 4 50 a
'. of his great patron.. that he was undoubtedly doomed to retirement 600 a Ar. Columbia S. C.,---------________________ ---------__ 11r. Lv. 1 U 8
With trembling fingers he theSignatore 150 Ar. Asbe.ilIe. N. .,.--------_____________._-----._.____..__So. nr, LT. 415 P x _
14 opened 'note that from :Mr. 2 37 pAr. Hot Springs. N.C..__._____.___.____________________ By. Lv. 12 45 a '
Sir Henry Irving, who was born a came of uGklaGf' 600 pAr. Knoxville, T Dn..___________________.___ ___ Sa By. Lv, 95S a s
t J+. plain John Henry Brodribb, always Irving the next day and read: 815 a Ar. Cincinnati, Ohio,.______________-__________________=Q. & C. Lv. 8I 3'pNos. +
t? '. showed a desire to keep pi the backf "Of course I expect you to go, and I -
f lr;; ground. On.the playbills he appeared hope that the Increase;'hi your salary %'4 .v ifyouwaattogetthe j : : indicate my appreciation and good ,*r''lft tifisert returns fop i-' .
simply "Henry Irving" In the same
fC.V.'i labor and'Sw a" ahNI
your
'rI"as, type (was used for,the_ nameof. the wishes. your 6-rou(1' I 13 Between Jacksonville and the North and West. ; No. U
humblest member of the cast. But you can't afford all's. -
: A brother'actor famous for his ; .. ;"r'/it I'piaatanytbiog but ------- 4545 Lv.JacksonVIlle, So. By_---____.___-.-------u----Ar. -9 S3 a _-_-
some years ago he was acting in the pomposity g ------- 300 a Ar. Macon, So By-----.----_______.__.____.Lv. 215 a 1
x provinces, and those responsible for and his inordinate ambition was ------- 520 a Ar. Atlanta. So. By----______.:--------._._____ 1150 p-----.
f': the bills Issued posters 'on which he regaling Irving with a forecast of his U RR ;stt. _____h 943 a Ar. Chattanooga, So. ...------------____._____..Lv, .91S .... -.
was mentioned as "the fameus Mr. plans for the future. ,. 3:4 ------- 141) p Ar Cincinnati, Queen &Creaeent: ____________Lv. 8 sa al____-- J <'

.. I ."I shall begin the season," he an- ? === 840 P Lv. Cincinnati, Big! Four Rout -__;________:______ 710 ==
Henry Irving. 5 SEEDStSesanilarl ------- 710 a At' Clllcalro, Big Four ---________________ 830 ai .
nounced; "with such and such a part, f P
Irving sent for the head
W- at once L .') L v. Cincinnati, P Lines-__________ _
after 49 yearn ------- P enn. __ ____.%r. 045 a 183. 1- :
printer. _, and after that'I shall appear as Ham II .t-sr. '1'1.;(>1 nhvayg produce ------- 710 It Ar. Chicago, PeDn. Lines___.__________._____Lv. 840 p.- _____ r
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t tut- lui-fcfiit and -
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': "Look here!" he said. "You are not let" If! Al dealers aurcetcrops. wlltticm. ------- 845 P Lv. (\uclUDatI, C.H & D.-',[onon.___: ___?---Ar, -740 a+-_____ ,
': .to print another, bill with all those "U n!" .drawl, c Irving.. "As-:eh- r"......-4. Our 1905 -------- -723- -a Ar. Cbica o. C. H. & .-} _______________ 902 P ____ ;

t; flourishes before 'my, name. You are Hamlet did you say?" .. ( flee Seed on Annual request. .....-- 9 45;; P L v. -DClUnatl, C. H. &: D.-Micb. "Pr"' ________-_- -7 00 a -_______
: to see that In future my name reads asa The other, incensed by the tone of 'II: D.M.FERRY&00. .______ 520 a Ar. Toledo C. H. &: D.-MIch. __________- 1140 p ___
DETROIT MICH. ------- 725 II Ar. Detroit C. H. & -Mich. -.. .
the 1000 ____
simple Henry Irving and In quite small query,'bridled up at once. P
type" "Do you think Sir Henry," he demandedIndlgnantly === R 30 P Lv. Cincinnati, PeDn. -_____________________ 63 a :=::
t r ------- 555 a Ar. PittsbJrg. PenD. ________-_____________ 815 II ______
'The printer retired.: Neit'day Irving : "that you are the 50 YEARS' == 930 P Lv. ('incinnati. Big ----____.________________ t. 650 =:=
was horrified to find the town'flooded ,only man who can play Hamlet EXPERIENCE -.------ -ti 45 a Ar. Cleveland, Bill Fonr----_____.________.______Lv. 9 SO a.pl,______.
L .. with posters which announced that hOb: nor! rejoined Irving blandly. ) 30 P Lv. Lexington. So. By .. -
----- -- --- ----- ---.-----___.. 104 a 1I ______.
"Simple Henry Irving". would that "But I am quite sure that you are.the ------- 810 pAr. Louisville, So. By.-----.------_____________Lv. 740
732 a Ar. St.! Laois. So. __________________ aL-----
; night fill a certain role ,at the theater.' only man who can't"Miss G I -------- Ry _________ _Lv. 1010

Nos. 13 and H-"The Florida Limited." Daily Solid Vestibule Train Through Dar
On one occasion Sir Henry Irving'scompany Ethel Barrymore, the young Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati ,

having been called to the American actress, tells the' following TRADE MARKS

a, theater for rehearsal, arrived there story of Sir Henry Irving, ,in whose DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS No. 5 ::\0.13 Between Jack80Dville an'I Kansas City... No. 14 No. 6

''' s ahead of tim As Sir Henry had.not support she appeared when. he, pro- Ac. == 745 P Lv. Jacksonville Fla, So. By--- .. .... :::-
---
Anyone tending a sketch and ----------- 833
description a
duced the play "Peter the Great"It ascertain may --.---- 520 a Ar. Atlanta. (la., Fo. _____
whether _
yet come, one of the actors in the com- quickly our opinion free an ----------- ___ it 50 :: ,
u, who noted .for his appears that at a rehearsal of the InTention la probably patentable. Communica ------- a Ar. Birmingham, Ala., So.. By_______________, Lv. 4 05 P ro.1201 : -
g pany was accomplishments play in question at the Lyceum: theaterin tent tions free.strictly Oldest confldentfal agency for Handbook aecnrug on patents.Patents ------- 805 P Ar.Memphis, T enn., F n5OO__________._________--Lv 8 15 a P ---
: as a mimic proceeded to London Patent taken thrown Mann & Co. receive ------- 940 a Ar. Kansas ('ity, MO.r Fri5OO-----_____________.:.=Lv: 830 ====
a wonderful climax had been
l P
r give 'a lively and elaborate imitation lptei notice, Without charge in tie
reached, which was to Nos. 13 and U-"The Florida Limited."
: be heightenedby Daily. .
of Sir Henry's :highly characteristic Scientific American.
}a' the effective use of the usual thun- EXCELLENT DINING! CAR SERVICE.
acting. As he finished his '
demonstration A handsoraelr fllnstrated week I'. Largest dr.eolation J. C.LUSK,District
der and lightning. The stage Passenger Agent, 108
x : carpenter West Bay Street,
a well known voice came from the of any ctentlflc Journal. 1'erms.13 a Jacksonville.
ice. ; .was given the order. The words year; tour months,f 1. Sold by Ml newsdealers. C. H. ACKERT.O. )(. TV. H.TAYLOE, 13. P. A. r
'Y depths of the darkened auditorium: s. II. HARDWICK,P.T. M.
were spoken and Instantly a noise MUNN & CO.38tBroadwaY,New York BROOKSM08GAN.A.G.P.A.t .
"Very good, it said. "Very good in-
which resembled a succession of pistol Branch Office gds r St.Washlncton.D.& ,
deed. So good, in fact, that there is
shots was heard off the wings. "Whaton
no need for, both of, us in this com
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earth are :you doing, men? shoutedSir
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pany. Henry, rushing behind the scenes. i t The
"Do you call that thunder? It's not a j Chamberlain'sCough Bridgeport
Irving would turn pale whenever he bit like it""Awfully '
.
r" r caught sight of one of 1.those long sorry, sir," responded the

k stemmed, white clay pipes known' as carpenter, but, the fact is, sir, I
cl1urch ardeu It was not due. to couldn't hear you beeause of the storm. "The Motor that Motes"

auy 8U nititlOn. His hatred for That was real thunder, sir!"
these pipes dates from the time he -- ----- -- ----- -- -

:;:r was a guest of honor at the Philadelphia It was *at the :Merivale matinee that Simple Reliable Durable

x' Art club. Every guest was supplIed an incident occurred to prove how Sir ; Guaranteed to run

: with a churchwarden, and during Henry's realism impressed his audi $1 and give satisfaction
r the evening one member of
the
ence. Among the spectators was 'a f
\ Makes
z club went to Sir Henry and asked for lady, a regular theater goer by the way, w motor-boating a pleasure

;J his autograph on the bowl The re who for the first time saw Irving in '''.i Makes working-boats increase .

quest was complied with+and then an- that beautiful little play of Doyle's profits ''''.'11 !

I? other made a similar request, and others "Waterloo.." When the curtain fell a -
:g followed until it seemed as though long, shout of applause greeted the ,Remedy Study our methods of construction

'< every man In the club was iu line wait- great actor, and in the guise of the old and you will discover why

--.2j lug to have the great actot pencil his veteran Brewster he came before the The Children's Favorite

[ ; :,. autograph on their pipe bowls. It was curtain. But the audience was not -CURES "THE BRIDGEPORT" Is a

i./::.' 4 a. m. before Sir Henry completed the satisfied. They recalled him again and Coughs, Colds, Croup and "Motor that Hotes"

'k. t.. task., again. At last when they continuedto Whooping Cough.

I;''i..' ,. cheer him as the curtain fell on his tlwge'l'hIsremedis part of the famous drillied for world aIt can
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._;<'..J". \ ..' ,Sir Henry .Irving. made It a rule not fifth call, the lady In question got up always or fip other depended upon It contains iS BRIDGEPORT MOTOR CO. IDe.
opium
; :t to and carried away by Irving's realistic fi harmful drug and may be ,
accept presents from strangers. Dur. 'enu confidently to a baby u to an add ;
., ing the ItussaJapanese: "war a wealthy acting, shouted: Price 25 eta; Large Size, 6O eta. ; J Two and Three Port Construction Bridgeport Conn.

...- mangy .who was lost la admiration of "Stop clapping! It's too much for F. N. HITCHCOCK

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;:{-#; _::\1i": :. plate.the....., lain. I partment? :Herhas takenldiarge. of thereciproelty Storey Cotton Fraud Conviction. remainder for fear of its causing his Bath, Me., has been abandoned sea

.1'!-<.' "' ... 1'3.l .ll4r.be. Democratit bureau, which was thrown Stanley Francis was found guilty. 'in capture. He was at once take back to and the crew landed on Islands',oft the F'

r' :r. or Republican,' up by John A Kasaon of, Iowa. the federal court at Philadelphia on the Pittsburg and arraigned. northeast coast of Australia. ,

; <.1.\-, '1;. ."'';" and the" man .State'Funds lit'Bank Wreck charge of conspiracy In connection with Right to Sell Property. Five trainmen were.kllled at Seaton, i.
I..ti '
-C!:''i ,. ,0.-".} > .'1: r-"; ,who, ..puts party; The Enterprise National bank of..Allegheny the Storey Cotton company, whose collapse The New York court of appeals has Ill., on Oct. IS when a'freight train on
c V ;
:.?'JoiiW.14bllr"' \Q. >above state is;. 'l ; Pa,1 w i'closed. by the'comp- last March caused a loss of. mo unconstitutional act of the Iowa Central ran lnto'cattle. I '
1! tractor .addle ; I pronounced ,
&
.0<4. thelcurrency on'Oct. 18'after *
'ff ,::' ? T. trpller of. .' .than $1,000,000 to investors througho. 1902 designed to prevent the, sale of
;' ff'.4 "Bes'JhIladelphlans. %L t_ before- anything' its cashier, TvLeCjClark, had committedusuicide the country. All of his codefendan merchandise in.bulk unless the creditors Beet Liniment on Earth.

S\rr,t. iunoedy ela '$:bo\TDc"1fo e sald'there< waa evils'no secret" and in his.,hom .. \\TiatVgave: :had fled the country. A motion for of the seller are notified in advanceby Henry D. Baldwin, Supt. City Water

,pubUcj .this,financial smashup,unusual-significance new trial was made, and Francis was both seller and Worke, Shullsburg, Wis., Writes: "I have
',that, they'eontd< ,Dot"IM cured :;b1'h1d"t1em. ,wag the knowledge that the released on $25,000 baiL purchaser.MISCELLANEOUS tried many kinds of.liniment, but I have .' .
,Ing ;;In .another speech on the never received much benefit until I used
had
$x't :aamedat; .tte":governor spoke of the large Pennsylvania sum of state treasury funds with deposited the bank a Asphalt Trust ,Gave .100,0001 I L I Ballard's Snow. Liniment for rheumatismand
fi wonderful: hange that baa occurred in The most important evidence taken pains. I think it the beet liniment '
I '' tbeiasttouryeara: saying that today' and that many men prominent in the by the United States commissioner on earth. 25c., 50c. and $1.00. Sold by
"! Republican .machine', had received favors -: Tern Paine't Brain on View. Red Cross and Eau Galhe
e tery.state; :S1l'theUnIOD'except.: ten is the suit of Venezuela against the New / Pharmacy
% prosecuting; corrupt,of &1a.' In the,form .wildcat loans. The York and Bermndez company was. that A section of the brain of Thomas Pharmacy Ean Gallie, Fla. ,

4' \ :One unusual and impressive incident public funds involved 'were said' to of Francis B. Greene, formerly president 'Paine, removed at the time his body :,

;illustaiting: the Intense spirit of the amount, to $782,000, $50,000of ,which of the company, who said that was stolen from the tomb in New When poverty comes in at the door.. a'
-. : had been depositgdthedaybeforetbdcollapse chelle and carried to Lord shiftless man hides behind his wife. .
Pblladelpbla'reform movement grew $100,000 had been given by the tnrt ,England by

fcVJ&T : out ( the: overflow. meeting: at theAcademy ; President Gwynner,.declared heads to Matos He denied, howevt Cobbett In 1819, 'was exhibited Oct. 14
that this would breakup the Republican Cleared For Action.
after'Governor Folk had en that be personally had had anything to on the occasion of the formal transfer
tered. -Hie crowd, singing VJohn ; party.in the state. The :wreck came do with the support of the revolutionary ,of the key to'the Paine monument to When the body is cleared for action by s
"' ;'?"', 'Brown's:Body It),V'marched to the homes; :close on,the heels of,the public'charge general the city of New Rochelle. The brain Dr. King's New Life Pills, you can tell it

;: made,by Castle the Prohibition candidate found Moncure D. in by the bloom of health on the cheeks; :,
: Durham andMcNIcholl machine was by Conway a
of : Lints
;for .superior ,.judge-namely, that PrivaU Car Inquiry. the brightness of the eyes;the firmness of
F contracflpartners, and there hurled rebukes London auction shop a few years ago the flesh and muec1ft1- the of '
,
Before interstate buoy
it was. carrying worthless stocks de- the. commerce commission -, ; t1cV _
&;: Intbe'ears of the hated.bosses. and will be reburied In New Rochelle. the mind. Try them. At Red :Cross r -
posited by politicians ,for personal at Washington an important
,f X: : "'The'finance e'committee'. the 'Philadelphia loans. Developments showed that'the series of hearings:has begun as to the living's Ashes In Abbey. Pharmacy, 25 cents. '

T; :. jdttncfls". began Its investigation Enterprise: bank carried" $200.000 of relations of the private refrigerator. The body of Henry Irving the great

'< ,' of the,local .administration by ejecting paper hi the name of the,Pennsylvania car lines to, the railroads and on the English tragedian, has been crematedand It is never too early to begin lookingon
vf troth the committee room Mayor Weaver the bright side of life. Do it now.
; : the ashes entombed In the Poets'corner
svr r Development company, of which W; H. charge that shippers of fruits and vegetables -
; .,' : and three of.his directors; who an-
: of Westminster abbey next to
:" .. Andrews, the delegate from New Mexico are required to pay .excessiverates. : Terrific Race With Death.
'nounced thatf-tlfey had ,to assist
come is the principal backer. ,Cashier Ten railroads and three private the grave of David Garrlck.
"
,F- ,the committee In bringing out the "Death was fast approaching, writes .
Clark was a leader in church and busi- car lines were directly involved, and Accidents. J
F. Fernandez of Fla. describing
it. jactavSUndef examination Superintend- Ralph Tampa s,
ness circles. ,Many small dealers were others were' represented. The defend- .
ntTaylor,told bow'the dismissed director Five steerage passengers were washed his fearful race with death, "asa
,. caught in the failure.Civil ants denied the jurisdiction of the com overboard and eight seriously ;; Smythe had asked to
;r. protect mission, and, whatever the outcome of jured when a great sea washed which 'had robbed me of sleep and of all <.-
repeaters_ and:how men bad been put over interest in life. I had tried differ
; : the.hearing, an appeal to the courts on the Cunard liner while many
!f on the force after serving three or four I_EXECUTIVE I the question of Jurisdiction is expected.. her way from Liverpool Campania to-New York.A on. eat doctors and several medicines, bat got : '(

:;; years in,the,penitentiary.' The traffic managers of several of the tornado that struck the village of no benefit until I began to use Electric 'I t
Rate Law Plan. Bitters. So wonderful was their effect,
Parry's Bars Down. railroads concerned were first heard. Sorento, Ill, thirty-two miles north-
Ssrviea that in three days I felt like a new man, :..
: President Parryof the National Association An order Just issued by. President $100,000 Express Thief Caught east of St Louis, killed eight persons, and today I am cured of all my troubles."* ")

v*=--/ .of Manufacturers Is sending Roosevelt" permits the heads of execu Edward ..G. Cunllffe the substitute injured thirty-five and wrecked forty Guaranteed at Red Cross Pharmacy;price i\
: broadcast, circular favoring the
:,f'! \ put a cashier of the Adams Express com- I houses. 50c
;1:i:.<;< establishment, of. a ,bureau of Inter .tive, departments: ,to. remove, from the -J

: state transportation In the department public service .any employee in the
m of commerce and labor, the commissioner classified service who 'is deemed inefficient Women and ChildrenB' ; & caUS it is Pleasant* to the most Sensitive Palate and Delicate StomacIL.j:
0 .
.t a of which shall have charge of all or Incapable, such removal to be _

,, t .d11r ren s arising between shippers 'made without a hearing, but the cause _Go to Your Druggist. Get a Bottle. Begin Taking It Today. a

t: and railroads. But if this bureau chief of removal to be stated in writing and }

." :cannot adjust the issues they are to be filed. It is said that Secretary Hoot .

;:[. taken to special. court of transportation. favored this step as a means of reorganizing 4- ;'
:: the state department service '
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;t.. .. .. Jloosevelt to the South at home and abroad. :

l!' :'' The president' the United States Can't Send Arms, to Domingo. :J
.
';:J:,;", began his .Journey through' the 'south- By presidential proclamation Issued *
'
;;. ', ern section' of the country Oct. 18 with the shipment of arms, ammunition or [ S

}.,' an appeal to the people of Richmond, any .munitions ;war was prohibited \

'f..'' Va., to abandon. sectionalism hi. poli from any ports of the United Statesor THELADIES "'.'
7'., .- tics. |He* declared that 'this, country Porto Rico to the island of Santo .

: must play its part in world politics including Domingo, this action' being'taken be- LIKE IT

policing of the Caribbean sea. cause the government of Santo Domingo Because itfeabuilder of firmhard,
''1Sk: The was received everywhere wished to have,some'authority for $"
president f i Velvety Flesh, free, from all
arias
; with cordiality and made nuinerous. preventing the entrance of :into
great
short speeches from his car at their country'and also because certain Pimples, Blotches and Blemishes. The .::I

: JsrnaU4tbwnsby.theway.- was accompanied shipping interests' had been threatenedwith It nourishes, refreshes Cod -' :J

; by Mrs. Roosevelt and several suits as common carriers unless and recruits Liver .
:
;
friends: He himself called atten they consented to take munitions of OH Food :. -.:-;...
wasted .,
Santo '
war to Domingo. energies -
4, tion to the fact that when his present Emvlsioa"ParEa

k journey should be finished he would Would Oslerize Army of the tired

have the satisfaction of having spoken Brigadier General Williams commander and, worn-out "
RppE cellence. --
e. in every state in the Union during his of the department of Columbia Mother. ""
Easy to
term.president, in his annual report says it is inexpedient Its addt>1ona1 f.

At Raleigh, tt. C. the president declared to retain in the service offi digest and very X_ life-giving .:;'

x + ;'explicitly that he did riot be- cers who are unable to endure the hard- .nutritious. For Coughs elements beiGuaiacol ;jd ,

lieve In government ownership of anything est field service and Intelligently direct .
Colds Weak Lungs and
which can with propriety be left their troops. He would have no cap- Glycerine, ."./0:-:

w ia private hands, but he,told,the south tain over the age of forty years and all Pulmonary Affections and the

that a federal curb on common carriers suggests a rigid physical examination, Doctors use and
mental and ,technical, before officers pypopm-
was needed to secure fairness toward any prescribe it-the Tonic of
; x all the public, shall be placed'In command of a Lime
;,. .
'
At Atlanta, Ga., he made his great regiment He also favors the compulsory Life Write today and and

plea for federal control of all the great retirement of officers in order to get a TRIAL Soda. y

Interstate corporations and said the consider the'accesa1o.n for men young -
BOTTLE FREE
the enough for active field work.
worst enemy of the people,was man '
; ; who achieved wealth by'crooked-methods Gag on Cabinet Minister. t* oxomruio* co :-

though within the letter of theJaw. Every member of the president's M TIM stw m.r.

+= Y. .: Everywhere people greeted cabinet has received a letter from the All Druggists Sell It.

ihe, president'with' extraordinary en- president requesting absolute secrecy

:4 thuslasm;. % concerning what takes place in the

4,t New York'. Mayoralty Fight.. cabinet meetings. One object of this
'
t The Municipal Ownership-league having order Is.to do away with the practicethe .
correspondents have- had of <
waylaying
complete ticket
,decided to rua:a
totth 'Clarence J. Shears, members of, the cabinet and
by petI on,. _
K Eui+t'a personal counsel for district urging them to tell what took place.

attorney District Attorney Jerome .

14'i tiered hto: campaign before a great Worm Daslroyer.White's _.,<
.Carnegie haD anjUence with the knowledge EDITOR'S "NOTE.-Having'knowledge of the unequalled merits of Ozomulsion, we Eave no
Cream Yenr.ifnjre not only
: that'aM the' regular partyorgan- kills worms but removes the mucus and Hesitancy in recommending our readers to send for a Sample.Bottle. LEST YOU FORGET, WRITE

4 'isations were". fighting to down him. slime in which they build their nests; it TODAY, and Convincing Testimonials of Wonderful recuperative and curative properties, together

"'j Nen tbe_.;be began 'a whirlwind brings, and quickly, a healthy conditionof with an artistic little book entitled ."BABYVILLE," beautifully illustrated in seven colors, and a
campaign, on the. one Issue, of .liberty the body where worms cannot exist.
TRIAL BOTTLE of Ozomulsion Health-Food-Tonic will be sent at once absolutely free by mail. ;
,from political: bossism. ,Murphy the Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau you '#

3_ .leader.', of. -Tammany.,." Hall,, "asserted.. -- that- Gallie Pharmacy Eaa, Gallie, Fla. Address your letter or postal card to Ozomulsion Co., 98 Pine Street, New York. :


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-" :;.,,,-,.. : ."i"t." .eat,.... :u.4k A'.14-' aebherooalnp9P n <& aeemio.L- improve--1" tteallL" 'r,5' tae : '.;..,
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., _,,'' .-r.s'ltn'l'..\ : ad' ". iiesr. \the"'] "'.irtb.JiI'.' ( !-
.; -' ,'.;:?, "'" .1S',:;,,,,''y-'when .thirty-tii-< 'were added_ ',to. / the.. popnTitMvUU '- ;. : daughter.; our"" echool... teacher; ;' H { 1-
\'i v 4 1-! % Iilioti_-of that city:: ," ",,, -: Yiel
lii' ; isv some of
'!! 'i'l.o ...' 1't' C. N 'Hansell looking:over ,
'- ''r1'. : .c. !.J' ; -,",'>r'I'neeWan ordk ,, that'will the fine. hammock- ', .- "for locating grove. ; :
-.:M 1f re inance "
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_- }tfif:? Itee people ffromrBtrewing. .trash,,.waste 'W. B. Kyier;returns?to ,.hiembia'S.C. ,'! 'Luger; .

'. ";a 'k' 'e' piper;,etc!, on-- :?the'' :,streets.of.,'.the: town. ., today. ;He .sold-! hit 'fine ,hound to I

3 L ;; ., Barrels or boxes should,be ,provided'/or Tom,Ellis. $ .% >' fj'independence the light of .the future. It. .J '.

:. 'r'ft.. '+. ,ranch refuse_in'c convenient_ placee [for, the .J. N,.Moebey has finished the .packinghouse the experimental In use inbe ttage.United Over -.'f.

: town Bcavengerto carry .'way.j Clean forOooperIMagrudert.Itcontainsa generators
than coal
Cheaper gas electricity
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t1ti."'iIrJ t ';- and tidy:8treet/ire a.. good adyertisenient fine orange eizer.deeded.. Every generator guaranteed

:-'t., .t;- .fora place,.a neoeesity: to health ,as well : : sa 8factfrya. *for heating, -: ,
Front.It .-
More
' t ,We,know our streets :and aide.walks,are .< g andillnmination, ;::r .-
;fr Wc; ,-t' ; above the,average,'but tberee,is ,room!,for is related Governor. N.- B. Brow- i E. W. AMSDEN, Omany
ard KR.t
_::: 'a good_deal of improvement.r ard. -, of,Florida- that. ".,'on one occasion. be, : '( Agent for the East Coast >'I
"'- -" '" was asked by a friend to appoint a young OOONJ\U; and price list on IPpUca OS.' "\

+ t :The'editor- f the; Ocala Burner, who lawyer, who had'just" been admitted to -ice I'

:lag-:44 the bar, to,a state position."What '1'10. s "._. "
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.lef, white he was in New'York, IUhe an- do you' know about this young. Remarkable Cw "

1? z:; .':' .thorny."for the statement that 'as o soon.as njanT" asked the governor. EffectedBy ,. .... :
, ,\' "Well," said the other, be is wellbacked. Pentoa.Under .
will
6 conditions i wiU warrant, Mr. _Flagler,
\ date 10 1897 Dr. Mrs.Ails Schwmdt,Sanborn,
of'January ,
behind
So and is him and
. I !f:' 'f. :establish a car ferry_ having. a, .capacity. of. so Hartman received the following letter: writes:
I :Mrs :': thirty cars, whlch.wlll have accommodations also is' so and so and 80.Through his
"/bare been troubled with
/ t.::.' _., ,'. for pawengert and which will make father he has the backing of a great rail. complication"My wife has of been diseases a sufferer for the from a tlsm and catarrh for twenty-five

$.Jl1 # :the trip 'weel'ey West and:Havana, road. ,1; myself,: stand ready to give him I Her has baffled past Could not sleep day or algbt.
twenty-fire years. case
f f."._, 'C2, 'a.distance of ninety miles,'in about five backing, if need be." the skill of some of the most noted phy having used bothers Peruoa 1 can- It I 1
"";r!',fl.\1" it!('I!' hours. YJ't tJ "B mpb." said Mr. Brbward, "if.he sicians. One of her wont troubles was affected nothing with any me nowo kind of I:
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tffi-',,,','''' '''1M,,', \ flVr.-- -_ needs all _that backing, he mast be a chronic constipation' several years' Peruoa will be the medicine "'

) ti: : Albert T Patrick,} (lawyer convicted. pretty limp sort of a.chap: A.man who standing. She was also passing through use. My son was cured of / !

Ate, ? -7f in New ,York courts,for the murder of a can't'stand alone without being backed, that most critical period in the life of a the.larynx by Peruna.':-M" f
;. ,.1- millionaire the of Wm. M. Rice yom' change of life. ; .Schwandt. -..," Ii
i .- by, name : reminds. me. ,of the top sheet on a piece of ,
' '- several yean ago, baa made a. long. fightto a cardboard-not much use unless it has "In June,1895,I wrote to you about her Why Old People are Especially f
; .'arc the electrical chair but has 'case. You advised a course of Perana to Systemic Catarrh. .
\ escape : something behind it. As a matter. of fact r
>;" been turned.down.by the court of last resort this-' young man doan'teseem to .'havemach .and Manalin, which we at,once commented When old age comes on, 1'LE1m or II9 ET ,

'1'ft\: 't". in that state.. There being no.furth. to recommend him: except his and have to say it completely eases come also. Systemic by failure to insure., The thing to I'
;
--'" cured her."About. almost universal old is "Can I lose
.., :, .er hope in_the state courts, he noir ap backing. I prefer one with rather more: people. business: If afford the to U my : i
This answer
; time I explains why Bernna has yes
same wrote kDOA'
.; :peals to the supreme court: of the United ''front of his own and less of the backingof yon '- :- ,-:>-
about,my; own case of catarrh,-which so indispensable to old people. ESUE5. ',; t
J-; .States. .If there is any,virtue in persistency others."- Success Magazine. had been twenty-five years'standing.At is their safeguard. Pernna is .
w' ; \. he'possesses It to the fullest extent. times,I was almost past going. I remedy yet devised that is no, then come and have f t'

tJ The desperate,fight that,he has made has 4Weakly Weather Beport.P. commenced to use Peru a according to these cases. Nothing but an yon a to policy avoid at once.the risk' It which is the 'I
way
: .'' .attracted, the :attention, of the whole ,.e.DXTABTUZST OF A.GJUCULTUUWUTB. TOUr Instructions and continued Its use systemic remedy can cure them.A n the best ., <
We represent
you -
x J E .. 'country.J UBCXK1.U.JCPITKB .. for about*year, and ft.has completely reward of 10,000 has been ,settling companies in the :: {
.- J-urTJ-xr-urxr-yxl-urOJ 1-. FLA., Oct. 31.1905. cured me. Your remedies do all that in the Market Exchange Bank, R,_ _
't' i you claim for them, and even more."-
Comparative statement of. temperaturesand bus,Ohio, as a guarantee that MORGAN 4 t t
It does not seem to be generally knowniiif' John O. Atkinson.In WALTON
rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. testimonials are genuine that
;
that under the school law of this .
,: present 1905 1904 a letter dated January I, J900, Mr. in our possession authentic TXTCBVILLE, FLORIDA.
A state a valuable inducement is offered to DAT. *LX. KIH. MAX. 'NIL Atkinson after 14
five
says, years' to the
experience tifying same. During
82 74 82 66
Oct 25.
mss:,: the patrons of the public schools that M 28 85 72 82 69 with Pernna: years' advertising we have

i : ..should lead them to do their .utmost;: in u 27. 82 70 '80 69 "/win ever continue to speak a good in part or in whole, a single <-" <
i .hl- order to secure a good attendance. The "" 28. 84 68 81 68 word for Peruna. lam still cured of testimonial. Every one of ; t' .-

!; provision of the law, in brief gives to 29.80. 82 82 70 70 79 79 61 64 catarra."--John 0. Atkinson, ,Independence monials are genuine and in the

1 : each schooliibowingan} : average 'attendance "IL 80 70 77 69 Mo., Box272. of the one whose name is
Total rainfall for the week: 1.66 inch. '.
..:'; pf eighty, percent of enrollment two Departure rainfall for the week minus 0.18
n ; ",.;. extra months of school at state expense. inches. The Engine is the Heart of the
'f'y
rainfall since Jan. 1st minus
.i All that the parents have to. do .la to see 2.17 Departure inch. '

I :<. that, their i children are faithful in their < P. HABDIN, I Don't have a good r
I y; attendance. This provision, however, Official in Charge. a bad heart. Don't c ; I

. : does not apply to schools which ,are already Saved By Dynamite. cation or a cruise becau 4r '

1\"i:. .,.: receiving state aid, of which 'therer poor, uncertain engine. ,
'Sometimes a flaming city is saved by I .
.:. i :: j aip several this county dynamiting a space that ,the fire can't marine engines are r :!'

!. s4:; -.r..www cross. Sometimes a cough hangs' on so automobile type W ,
' 'f/-. John A. McCall president of the New long, you feet as if nothing but dynamite spark ignition. Rated 1 ,.:" .

York Life Insurance company, has issuedto would cure it. Z. T. Gray, of Calhoun, 3 h. p. and 5 h. p. in YOU WILL ENJOY _"'_'
Ga writes ':My wife had a
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the agents of that company a circular conch; which. kept her very awake aggravated inder, 8 h p. and 15 popular brands of cigars. We ,

v letter in which, while seeking to justify niahts. Two physicians could not help double cylinder, and 30 them inesh from the manufactu

his unauthorized contributions to the Republican her; so she took Dr. King's New Discovery four cylinder,engines. that's why. .
..s for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, RETAIN '
; campaign fund, he eays: The -Write for nearest THEIR FINE FLAVOR
which eased her her
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question of similar contributions
cannot
and finally cured her." Strictly scientificcure Don't make any kind uniform jn quality. Our, cheap
arise again," and he promises to ask the for bronchitis and la grippe. At about better than most expensive
board of trustees to pass a resolution prohibiting Red Cross Pharmacy price 50c.- and rangemeat an elsewhere. Well made cig-
such contributions., Referring $1.00; guaranteed. Trial bottle free.O.a.STOR.XA. you see our catalogue selected tobacco well cured
an exquisite smoke.
We have
r." ; to this McCall t Louis F. Post/writ Regal Gasoline Engine Co. Coldwater .
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.' will ask his board to prevent his ever doing Bears tee Hare Always Bolt Also manufacturers of the famous Regal Stationary Engmel.Titusville CROSS PHARMACY,
BJpawe :;; _
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it again. But if the law did not serve rl ,

t to check him in the past, can a director's

resolution be depended upon to do it in NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT. 1 Furniture
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the future,:,ahonld economic questions affecting IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN' AND FOR .

: assets, whether, in the ledger or and the for Seventh Bievard Judicial County-In Circuit Chancery.of Florida, in H. E. OSNmR Manager. '" GRAHAM
#=_ out ot it, into politicsT'
get We quote prices on a few of our leader:
E. D. Mitchell 1
ART 9x12 Price $6.00. CO., I
vs. Bill for Divorce. SQUARES ,
; A TIMELY REBUKE Essie Mitchell. 1Jt RUGS, from 25a up. [ Paid up Capital 2500000.) :

The Dunnellon Advocate in making\ a To Essie !Mitchell Residence unknown : WILLOW ROCKERS, $2.25 to 350. This company owns landsin
IRON BEDS from $3 50 up. the Indian River Country
few comments on the present educational You are hereby required to appear to the BEST GRADE MATTING. 30 cents up. -
the
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+ on River
: scheme brought about hy .the Buck man Bill of Complaint filed herein against you in OXFORD ALL STEEL RED SPRING, $4.75, at New River and Bis-, J'
the on
\1: above entitled cause on or before the 1st
,, bill, very properly remarks' : day of January. 1900. DRESSERS: AND WASH STANDS a specialty!! from $4.25 up. cayne Bay.

Y-,i' board"Chairman of control N. P. Bryan, of the tate THE the newspaper.in FLORIDA STAR which is hereby this order designatedas shall be .Lower, Floor. Star TO SUIT THE TIMES
has had
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published once a week for eight consecutive Send for land list.
:.'s article rorrminj some of the misleading weeks.
BRO. .
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E. L. BRADY AT
: statements made by enemies of the Witness my hand and seal of said court this ,

present the 2nd day of November, A. D. 1905. TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.
* scheme of education &8. provided for [SEAL] A. A. STEWART,
1 : by the Buckman bill. Theee enemies are Clerk Circuit Court, Groceries Hay Grain and all Food
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By Stewart D. C.
M' allowing the local benefit of the money F.J. Webb, Solicitor for Complainant. We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal Alpine Cottage
formerly expended by the rtafe to Overshadow in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for ,
the of whoJ Grain and all Groceries. delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & BEO.. the
the of
good state and EAST COAST MEAT MARKET management Mrs. Kate
'3, the education of our youth. assisted by F. A. Lesley,

'ti .. "They care not a rap for the educationof G.r.DUREK, Agent, AGONER & FLA.

our young people, but want the money Hay, Grain Fruit
and Groceries
that was formerly- expended in their Florida and Staple Fancy Produce of all or Weekly Board.

: '- 5 home towns. Such people are certainly VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY Newly Furnished.

:, not to be allowed the care of any: of our WesternMeals Everything First Class.
colleges." TItusv1lle.: I : 1.or1cla.SAN

r- "'""- 1.1 : Hopkins street, near Julia.

A new enemy of the orange tree is the MATEO

borer, a small insect that bores through L. MOBLEY
the bark.and into the wood of tree. ,
the lof all Kinds
'Ii; The success of the San Mateo Cigaris
k the trunk with TITUSVILLE, FLA.
It covers these punctures ... ,
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until finally girdles the tree, causing it TITUSVILLE, .- FLORIDA. the East Coast since the freeze. for all kinds of Painting, Kal-
to die. Staining, Finishing and Paper
Made from the choicest growths of tobacco; that the peninsula of Florida at the most! reasonable price
The indications are' now that tbe.or- e. Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown' with good workmanship.
.. Coast plantations, the cigar industry of the world has never produced better
,; age crop of.Lee county will ran between awe a II For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union News anywhere on the East Coast

IW and 100,000 boxes, or a falling.off on every train entering Florida. solicited. Let me know what

: of 25 cent from last year. Manufactured by s. and it.
.'. :, per W, ROWLEY, San Mateo, Fla. get my estimate on
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!.s4Jannual.Camp Hooting BIG AUTO RACE INCIDENTS. negotiating a turn drivers took'a hand I r Travel southward is starting in heavy.

'.'Tibeiinm al camp"eeting. of the Day r :1 away.from the steering wheel to waveIt Every train brings in people from the .
. Undertaking Shop Marked One Leg in orderto
north who have come this early
f tone district Of the A.'M.-K church will Mr Stewart, of our at the breathless spectators. There i.
of Perilous Coarie. .
\ have look around before tbe' :
was a dare devil sitting beside Sartorl a good
be beJ4,.at Titosville this 5 year, commencing bourne office,is creating our W. F. Johnson's undertaking shop, In A. G. Yanderbilfs big Flat who sat heavy tourist travel sets in.
next Thursday, the 9th, inst, and Furniture Department to with a choice line of coffins displayed
sidewise In the car and let, his legs t
closing Monday the 20th- in the windows marked the sharp .
I meet the genuine wants of dangle over the side of the flying ma I
I The bert ringers hi the state will assist turn of the course at East Norwich, chine.
: 1 eerrice and Rev. ,A. Scott the people, and he now on Long Island, on 'which the second '
in the song As the hours wore on the faces of the
'P. E.-.wiU 'preach the opening sermon I claims to have the'most international automobile road race drivers became whiter as the terrible ConsumptionCJ

,Thursday next I complete line of House Furnishings I was recently run, and one by one the strain began to tell.
flying cars skirted the front doorstep
It Special rate on the F. E. C. railway the I
; ever sun on
of the house of death and amid a I The Exact Thing Required for Con tlpa-
from all points between Augustine river. shower of gravel and cinders stirred tlon. There is no specific for
and West.Palm Beach; with special train by the skidding'wheels rushed into the "As a certain purgative and stomach

'rife eerv'ieeon Sunday, the 19th, from St. Obr prices are rjght and distance, says the New York World. purifier Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver consumption. Fresh air, exercise -
Tablets seem to be the exact thing required food and eScott's
;\:' Augustine and Sanford. This will be we take, all kinds of pleasure Once during the forenoon Warden, -strong enough for the most robust nourishing .

. 'your opportunity to visit Titueville.j in quoting them.' In his whirring Mercedes, dashed up yet mild >enough and safe for children Emulsion will come

'. Round trip tickets.will be sold on Saturdays behind Dingiey, in a Pope-Toledo, at and without that ternble griping pretty near curing it, if there ,

and ,Sundays, Nov 11th, 12th, You have heard of Angle this corner, and when the spectatorshad eo common to most purgatives," StlY K. is anything to build Mil
on.
S. Webster & Co., Udora, Ontario, Can
.' fi' 18th, 19th, ,at'.the following low rates, Lamps Some people call dodged and shrieked in momentary -
": certainty of a terrible accident ada. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. lions of people throughout the ,
;;: limited to Monday following date of sale
J them Angel Lamps Writeus the German car had take? the lead of world are living and in good '
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to return: Augustine ;
and we will tell you the U its flying adversary, and the two ma. SNAKESKIN FOR COATS.
health
and Hurds 90c Hasting to on one lung.
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chines were lost to sight on a sharp :
; = East Falatka including Palatka and San joke on Mr. Rockefeller. Anaconda the Newest Dress Noveltyto
dip in the road. tj From time immemorial the t
Be Used by MotorUt
'f('i Mateo 80c.Yelvington, to New Smyrna I Time and again this nasty corner
FEE & STEWART CO. Wonders in dress never cease. The doctors prescribed cod liver .:
!fl 65c.; Hawks Park 60c.;Hucomer and Oak was taken almost at full speed and .
anaconda snake is to oust the beaver. .
oil for Of '
Hill 60c; Lyrata .c.Oci. East Aurantia to as many times accidents were avertedby consumption.
This snakeskin is the newest
:, Pritchards 25&; Delespine to Sharpen 3Oc; Melbourne and Fort Pierce margins so small that even Johnson the dress of women motorists,noveltyin says a course the patient could not i *

fJ-j? City Point 40c.; Cocoa and BockledgeSOc; the undertaker sitting In his shirt London cable to the Philadelphia North take it in its old form hence : j
1$" Coqnina and Bonaventure 65a; Pineda rr--r- r-r- r= !=: sleeves on the front porc i'of his shopas
#& and Ban Gallie ?5c.; Melbourne to Grant a sort of representative of unseen American. At present there Is only one it did very little good. They'.. j -

: ,.v; II; Micro to Quay $1.25; Gifford: f 1.40; Rockefeller1. New Shoe. tragedies, winced perceptibly. And yet anaconda coat in existence, and its in- can takeSCOTT'S' S }
ventor, Mr. Ganner, proudly showed it I.
{i3J{,< Veto to Fort Pierce$1.50; White City to no casualties occurred throughout the 4
; John D. Rockefeller Is having a pair
to .
Jensen $1.60; Wawa to Gomez $1.75; recently a reporter.It
1 t: Hobe Sound to Riviera$1.90; West Palm of shoes made tn. Cleveland with rub- race at this point was an elegant production, three-I IJ

* Beach 12.Tike. ber soles and heels, says the New York, The turn at this point Is sudden. On quarter length, in delictte shades of
, the Inside Is the village postofflce witha
Rockefeller shoe Is
American. The a
cream color and brown, with cuffs, col- a #a.
; i ii kid stone curb reaching out about three !
straight lace style. It is of vlci lar and revers of beaver fur, and lined
'; 1 and lined with chrome tanned leather. feet Directly opposite the postofflce with brown satin. EMULSION i'.1

A light tip lends grace to the toe.; The Is Johnson's shop, and the drivers in "Although anaconda skin Is not difficult 'c

I sole is sufficiently heavy to keep Rocke- making the approach ran as far over .'.,
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Ajjersly to obtain said the inventor of the and tolerate it for a long ;g,
feller's feet dry when he walks over toward Johnson's place as possible, .
coat "the matching of sufficient skinsis
? t Forest Hill without1 the Intention of and then tried how closely they could time. There is no oil, not > ;0:1))
the The is madeof
great difficulty. coat
R;., I taking a dew bath. It has a cork insole cut by the corner of the postofflce curb four skins, and one of the most attractive excepting butter, so easily tJ!
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plainly and absorbed the i
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points In its favor Is its extreme digested by t
: cold easily? Throat with leather and slightly projects upon more than a few inches. Now and
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tender? Lungs weak?' Any the welt proper. Then there Is a medium agalna, driver would attempt a sweep- "Anaconda lightness.skin is as flexible and system as cod liver oil in the 'zi

4 t relatives have consumption? extension sole, and cemented to Ing turn, and when he did the wheelsof soft as broad tall and its durability is form of Scott's Emulsion ,' .1''i

' Then a cough means a great that will be a rubber sole and heel. his machine skidded fully twenty practically everlasting. Its bright and and that is the reason it is so : \ .fi
There is an old shoe of Rockefeller's at feet out of the course.
11' scaly surface is never dulled and will in where '
helpful
{ the shop. It has large holes worn The nearest approach to an accident consumption J j
. CherryPectoral never wear out"It
through the rubber sole. happened early in the race when Ce- Is several degrees warmer than its use must be continuous. r '. it
drino, in his Flat whirled to the
up corner -
any known fur and as a trimming ana- We will send i '
I Fireproof Paint at Lat. and, instead of making the turn q J you a : J
conda skin Is a novelty this season.
Remarkable fireproofing propertiesare sharply, made a detour BO wide that "Collars cuffs and revers of the skin sample free. ;. :!
j: deal to you. Follow your credited to oxide of titanium by hundreds of terror stricken spectators .
; are all the rage, and toques and even
%it doctor's advice and takeAyer's an English dyer. Flannelette treated thought he was going to keep on up the muffs are being made of It." (J Be sure in the that form this of -
Cherry' Pectoral. It with it could not be made to burst into Oyster Bay road and there was a wild picture "I
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''r heals, strengthens, prevents. flame apd other textiles are claimedto scramble for shelter. With a mighty Many children inherit constitutionsweak of every bottle ofEmulsion ;' ;i
be made equally resistant while It turn of his steering wheel the Italian and feeble others due to childhood buy.
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?r,..:t7 Cherry Pectoral fbr cough and eoldc.* I cannot be removed by dyeing boilingor driver turned his car after it had gone troubles. Holhster's Rocky MountainTea .:"'

'a" '';1.".... know U fiMtlr....r.itnnttlwt A.Bouvtox.. w.atllne k han.,Mlcb.m washing. completely out of the road, and, plowIng will positively cure children and Scott&Bowne .a.;"

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;..4;- iu"dfr fm 'i.ff. for i to1l'oll. _Ma.. i Pain may go by the name of rheumatism clouds of debris over hundreds of spectators lets. Ask your druggist.j t / ,

neuralgia, lumbago, pleurisy. No the hissing specter regained the O.a.S-rOHA. 409 Pear*Street

i Weak Lungs matter what name the pains are called, beaten track and whirled. on out ofsight. Ito Kind Haw Always Bought New York y
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; .i t; reeKiitly.:..obtained t photographs>> wch" S ;."/.',. Yorkwith l.tok 'Jth. .AddMil 43)HsriHj LSANFORPJ FLORIDA'

, k ;:;fil'f: r :.conformed strikingly/to.the'detaUi/o: t j. hIs family : ttmtl. Coapaiy CIaIcqo or NMTortuIEEP # "

* ";,:J-:..<%"'.. .,the'markings ,to;. the planet"Mars, and. tt :.. ( 1 t, 1 to': pureue .YIW' ILMI CLE1INeverjudge ;

)fjj t{tb:":' ,particularly" toJ.e :so. called canals, 'j. ;C1 .1)."' Glbiton.. H....tils" paintiMstudies !p J .... rR' .. 1. ,. 9 J ",'

> y i 4. ': wbteb .were ob erTe
}t i !}>;* :f.. memory' by Professor Lowell; :A col.lection has..refused to renew contracts that .her a dislike fordirt r .
by .
-p. 1i '; of the mounted 'hlm' .$6 ooto! $75,000 a !
:; iF photographs, briag from '
, "!,. !Ji i.' aide .by' aide'- With( the drawings, has ;year.. ;,irronrVhat. he has done, In the When: : "You Have, a Bad Cold-

R Y f i\ ,J to been 'presented. .the Royal! 'society past be has earned an independent fort I XGU want a remedy that will not only; QUEEN.oF SE ROU ESI
. & fi: that the has'bou his '
,; : 'i. Lowell's'theory markings tune. By:this work he t give quick relief but effect a permanentcure.
i} : which he, 'observed In;; the .clear''.atmosphere freedom:to follow his mature Inclination -, .- ] '

a,,,, I fi;j .. .' .. :.at Fissstatf!;Ariz., are 'irrigating for color work. When, asked who Yon want a remedy 'th 'will relieve-

1 -, ,,x i :. ... canals- or .water courses. the'original Gibson girl was Mr.. Gib- the lungs and keep expectoration y.
. A ,): 'Discovered'Two New Elements* son replied:" "There'never was any. A Yon want 8. remedy that will counter

fellow. tries to make the figures in his act any tendency toward pneumonia. Merchants & Miners Trans Co'si s .
:' V.l'; '. Dr. Henry S Blackmore, a Washington You want a remedy that( is pleasant and .
' dlsco'veredtwo pictures look ai :well as possible. !
{ 4 it.it: = :chemist, claims .toha1'e.: ,,. safe'to'take. 1 -\ ..
' *? ,rsSt new' elements,. 'says. the, Search Laughing at;J. K. Jerome. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets- alof .
.i fJj :
.?;3L. _'t'* 3. 'Light,! which' ....he c,;. calls vernon, and Jerome K. Jerome,.the famous Eng these requirements, and for the speedy STEAMSHIP LINES f. : =
I'J:' ?' iti"-i ", "rKazureon..' They<< are found ;associated fish humorist whose "Three Men In a and permanent cure of bad colds stands .
f
......' e'--f ;. y with sulphur|tnd.'are .of nonmetallic Boat" is said to have sold bettor than without a peer. For sale by. Red Cross -BETWEEN- '., .

:: f. l".t nature, uniting with metals to form ,any! other |book since "Plckwl i( Pa- Pharmacy ;

"".? t f: ;".",.. ;various, colored .compounds.. In combination pe>s/"has begun his first American

I, _, 7_ ,with J cadmium; vernon forms. lecture tour at New York. He is making UYA1AHBALTIMORE&PfflbAOPllIL}

' .:. % ;'t.7-' a pink, and aiureon a bright blue coal unfavorable impression and saying KILLTHI'COUCH j i

". f; ''' .. 'pound. Both iprm gaseous compounds lots. of' witty- ;thIngs',about.Ya keela 1d. AND CURE THE' LUNGS I ;.

'L "with hydrogeli.al drgen'analogous, Tholpu Jefferson. as "Rip.".
to;: ; With gold 'azureon produces 'J: Direct Connections for E
oP- sulphur The version of "Rip Van Winkle" WITH .'

" i 'f._ a green colored compound' and which. 'was identified with, the'long Dr. King'sNew ,,' j ,
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*.V.||4i't; *'' .:with: platinum a,grad. It.:thought career of the late Joseph Jefferson is Boston

W1 that' the presence"- of azureon accountsfor meeting with success this season in the Discovery Washington New York and { ,
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,:. K'r :- difficulty'of amalgamating gold hands of his son, Thomas Jefferson.. It. ';
f- ,: :derived from sulphur minerals. It Is a reverent and (faithful copy. CONSUMPTION Prlct Y

.., 'j.!.':: causes sulphur.. to quickly. crystallize' Other new plays which are 'attractIng FOR OUGHS and SOc & $1.00 .4-
r: nand! this accounts for the rotting of attention are Viola Allen In Clyde OLDS Free Trial. Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations I

J .vulcanized rubber.. Fitch's "Toast of the Town,"-Arnold and cuisine unsurpassed.
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.' Surest and Quickest Cure for ail
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1\ in Bernard Shaw's "John Bull'sOther
Daly
THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES SEND FOR BOOKLET. 3
f / .1 EDUCATIONALAndrew I Island," De Wolf'Hopper In or MONEY BACK. e t. 4

"Happyland," music by De Koven, .1
CarntgU *T *h" Optiu. words by Banken- and Dixey in McGrath's. '. -;;j

fit. i'.. The School of Technology, founded, by "Man,on the BoL"Ko H. C. AVERT, Com'l Agent, Jackson?file. ; 3 1

'i., Andrew Carnegie has ,opened at Pitts PoUon T3u MostVahmbte Sit of YacUendBaat- J. C. WHITNEY, 24 P. P. & T.I., Y.P. TIER O. '.L., !
tr, : burs: It. .Is located'at, the entrance of in Chamberlain'. CoughBemedy. Building Book ever Pubtiiktd j

.', Shenley. park overlooking. the blast GENERAL OFFICES, BILTIIIOBE, HD.Florida .
From New Zealand Herald RUDDERHOWTO
'. furnaces on the Napier, : .
Two ago the Pharmacy Board of .
years -
3t south side at dist BOOKS
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s; New South'Vales, Australia, had an "
tance and there: analysis made of all the congh medicines Over Joco boats have been built from the lines
dence section of that were sold in that market. Out of the printed in these books-Successful/ ailed in East Coast Railway. J
the' cSt another every clime and upon every sea-Full detail
' { Jn entire list they found only one that they draWing of all parts, showing what it k and

a direction. The declared was entirely free from'all poi bow to make it-Text extremely mple, .

r buildings are witti ons. This'excep'ion..as Chamberlain's HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $60K '
T made the Chamberlain local TIme Card No. 62. Corrected to 1"1 1SOUTH.BOUIDREAD
In a few hundred Dough Remedy, by foot amt ntboat Urk,ea"1 to build;tame all fa COiweep Sept. 7
, ? yards of' the' Car Medicine Company, Des Moines, ; good racing boat for a boy to lean the business ia. ,
Iowa, U S. A. The absence of all! narcotics I, HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK DOWN.
" tq negle Institute, makes this remedy the safest and A fine boat HM for bef'1I11J..NfIlI afternooa wiling.. or mboiltiaio..porwrig knocking about hbodtater NOt1N-BOUND-READ UP.

Carnegie where 'tbe'JIbtaJ'1, lest that can be had; and it is with a ; fall piiu sod pietme.ot completed boats 20'' '
: .J museum, art ,'gal. feeling of security that any mother can HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP No. Of No. STATIONS 'Xo. ..

,lery and music hall already e> ist. '.Only rive it to her little one ., Chamberlain's Inner Ibis in raecettfnl Ameiica Ana racim ud marama AiutnlU ever; easy designed to bslld: |,tan n. Dalll Dally, Jxo. Daily
the boildlng for,the School of Applied Cough Remedy is especially recommended lo win with 10011 A LY _H.:1ackaonnllA".___ L II 8 60 a

,4 Sciences has been completed and by its makers for coughs, colds, croup HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH 815 107 II II 1015 948a a "" ___'._._-S0.Bt.JackIlOD'W6 AUiUIICiII"_____ Ly" I 8 5 It 60 P p 7 842.40 a

In tills one building all of the various and whoopingoough. This remedy is for Simple endp.etiaLihovi. tow to contract alMad o 61 p 1131 A II ____..Basunt."_ t Ii JI 148 a
ball for ue .itll..t motor. Several other plansHOW H
sale by Red Cross Pharmacy.For cO _710 p .1150_ a ...........?? 1:..., Palatka __ 4 1& II 'IS. .
will be conducted until
aa departments TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA 0\ 35 -l2 U plAr _?............._Pal+ttka. 'H__ Lv HO P 6 UO a 0:
6 r..r the completion of the others., More Over Tears. miler;fin aniuble* .11 around till hailow rraui&j. web boat ra. ; good cabin; oeeOaB) 8 43 p 1121 AiLY ..._.._, ,PalAtJ'A H__ ArI 600 IS a C ,
rt- than 7,000 for entrance of Sixty 81 200 pAr _,__San { .
aR R applications HOW TO BUILD SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA 'a II : Hat.'o- LVI 2 JO II __ ::
,, pupils had been received before the Mrs. Winslows' Soothing Syrup has clever little tailing beat,with moderate orarhufi aajmaliaail c EO P 8 GJ AlLY ___San lateo____ Ar 8 2i t. 7 60 a :.
t school !been used for over sixty years by millionsf plan = 4 p 19 i3 Ly ---=-_, Naga ____ Ly 9 n p 6 10 a +
was opened,.representing r
1 every 8 03 12 tT :_ __BUllnf'lIs ____ II
mothers for their children while teething HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE P P .H S 44 II I II a
country on,,,rth., Next to the, United Easy to buddeverrtkingetrsightinst the er&ftfor k bow 0\ 810 P 12 55 JI II ..._..,,......DuponC.._ :...... a at 679 a "Co
with perfect success. It soothes the SUp 126 __ __ ..__ .. p .
States In numbers lo bccin wttbeaa be built reiy cheaply,citaer aloop or cat rig P Ormond 310 4 611.
: came France, Germany Ot 853 13 _____ __ .. p
child, softens the gums, allays all pain, P p" Daytm& 100 II 4 n.
and Great Britain. After a best HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA 9 0'11 151 P H ___Port Orango,.._. :J 60 4 36 't
wind colic and is the
cures ; remedy complete description of bow to build a model;aiao 1U* vl 9 25 P 215 pAr .____.New Smyrna--._ II 2 30 p
: 416
rigid weeding out of those not properly. for diarrhoea. It will relieve the of akin Died in aail ug modela. : a C
poor C ii 21 e-3 44 Ar H.LakeHeleD__ ii15
.t f equipped the list was brought down to little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists PRICE $1. 'aa 10 39 a S 55 P .. ___Orang CUr 'H.'H'_ Lv.. 111$ II P I 610 5& P P rt
1,723, but It.was found that the schools in every part of the. world. Twenty EACH s.r. -10 t3 A-COOP II ...__.OrAnge CUr JUDctlon .. _J2 30 II I t5 p8j
e could not accommodate more than 120 five cents a bottle Be sure and ask for PREPAID BY EXPRESS ANYWHERE t- 2 26 p Lv ....-New HmvrnA_ ._ ? Ly 2 20 4 OS a n .
Bound in cloth-Gold lettering u of r 1000 P 251 P __Oak H11l._.___ 164 p S II a
students "Mrs. Winslow's and pag
at present so by competitive Soothing Syrup, 9 by 12 inhC-u&e.clearly-drawn plans. 10 39 II 3 30 P Ar -.H____ TUusvUJe ____ I. 116 II I 00 a ?t
; examinations the list was brought take no other knd.O.a.STOR'JA.! C VOO a=::= Ar ___'H_" Banford _H_ Lv 10 W i 1000 A CA
down to that POint. As rapidly as the THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. o .._.. ..... 1000 aLv ----" Sanford "...___ Ar ____ 900. e
; buildings are completed the other 9 MUHRAT STREET NEW YORK, U. S. A 103\1 P -3 81), ---'.-.- TU .siUJa _.__._ Lv IISp I 00 a :=
ap- v 1118 p 4 o2 p .--__ ." ..._._ .. .__. a' 1234p 919 a
plicants will be admitted. The wo- Jean the Have Always Bought Srnd postal for Catalogue of Books for 11 22 P 419 p/ II H'__'_ .. 1210 916
p a
Yachtsman's Library. e 1153 4 n II _._... __Eau -i
men's building being unfinished Bfpa- G P I' Oa1116.H_ 1164 A 144 A
no
+ # U 12 05 a t 6& ...__,__Melbo1l1me..____ .. 1148 A 11& .,
women are admitted for the present. or -.. ..-.. 12 615 -17 PI" ..-".-- Sebastian ...__.._. .. 1114 a112' 51 a pkA
In all departments text books and tools 139 6 21 pl, ...,_..?..__.8C. LUct6"H'_"'_' II 101:1 a, 120011 =-
1 55 81 6 15 PIII. ..__.___Fort Pierce..._.._ II 1016 a J 1 55 ..
are provided, so that the only expense .C :214 7 0-1 P .H__'___" Tibbals ?_. __ II 93.1 a''1132 p en
will be the tuition fee'of $20 a 2 23 712 P ....---.--"Edeu"___._ 928 1\
: 8
year. THERE lag MONEY IN C. 22 "I 717 p -.._....H_?" Jens'm. ....._...._n.. 9 21 A/11 3 P II N
;,, Rhode Scholarships Vacant Q.I 2 39 '18 P II "'_..m__, 8tuan._ 4.e 1111 a'1104Ci jJ 0
oq 1 56 ... .
i 3 "I, P --- "intro Sound w a. 8 U a110
-" The number of students In.residence 3 27a': slip" ..H_........'Vet't Juptrer"-H..._. 824&11019p 16
?
e Oxford \14 4 0& a' II 51 JI __".?West Palm Beach___.. ,. 'I U ,
!. .. at university, England, this I. __..... ._._ ag4 5
GROWING GINSENGProf. 432 al! 9 HI I', .B.ynklD ? .__.._ II 7 21 e,1! 118 =
w fall under the bequest ofCecil, Rhodes +- 4 42 a: 91v I" ---. .Delray.......__._ .. 710 all 708 IIJ C.
Q.I .... ..... II
: Ii 31 II 10 211', ? "Fort Lauderdale __ 6 111
K., .is slightly .under 150, the total number :t S46a' Ilt3epl", -..-......-. Danl,. ...__"___... 6lua 813 P
'. for whom provision! has been made ,beIng 5 51i a';In n Pi. _.__._.__..Hallandale....__ II 5 ill A 804p V
} : 190. This Howard, of the Missouri State Agricultural College, sacs: "I = 6 :t a, J1117 I', ___..Lem- n City___ .. 5 :4 a. T 1& P e,1
t. year .fifteen American adyie American farmers to cultivate Ginseng. Big profits are realized.It CO 6 35alt15IAr.Miami.: ........._._. Lv 5 2 i a T 729 24) P P e
r f.:' i and two colonial scholarships are vacant is a hardy plant, and is easily Jrown.-A bulletin i issued by the

r;:: ,. from the lack of duly qualified Pennsylvania State College in part says: "The supply of native Ginsengroot Daily gx I 1I0JIt.STE.\D EYTI\SIO\ Daily

1 f. scholars. These are not filled until the is rapidly diminishing, and the price per pound is correspondingly Sun. Sua.I Exr.
succeeding year. increasing, while the constant demand for the drug in China stands as a -I I -_
: Lv .... ..
8 a
;- ---' --- 1Jtaml'H".__. ,,
guarantee of a steady market for Ginseng in the future.-COnsul Gen- lU 30 at.....?.... Ar _.._HUQmeskaJ___ Ar _H'__ I ao II
/ School to Print !
Paper. Lvl 1 00
; eral Ruhlee, of Hong Kong, says in the U. ri. Consular reports: "The P
The Orange (N.. J.) board of education sale of Ginseng root grown in America is very large here, and the demand I I i E\o. 1 i-:
t: has proposed to establish a printIng is so great that much more could be disposed of advantageously.The No. 23 :"o. 21 No. 19 1)aily MAYPORT :No. 18 .o. 20No22 I:

:7.:..: plant in connection with the high root is" as indispensable to the four hundred million Chinese as is- Only Sun. Ollly"un. nally, Sua.f.I. BPANCIi Daily Sua. Dally

t t. \ school in order that the students: may their rice. - Only .
----
'. edit, print and publish a newspaper, :200p 10 10 a C 00 p 8205 LT _JaeksonTUle: Ar
t Ginseng is a staple on the market the same as corn, wheat an J cot' 2 08 p 10 is a B OS pi 8 28 a Ar >..... jKcksonn'taZ L. 745k 1230i 1 S p --
; but,the scheme is being fought by thetypographical 10 50 6 40 859a ," ..,,,. T 87 .1 12 21 P P
: ton. The present market price varies from |6.00 to $8.50 per pound, 2401' a pI 1 .Pablo B.-achZZ 7 05 a 11 M a 5 S p'--
y union on the ground that 2 45 p 10 55 a 645p: \I 04a700p Atlantic R-acCT .a \
?
while the cost of producing is less than $150. It is to and 00 al u a 'CI ftI--
I I easy grow 3 00 p 11 10 a 92Ja J if
? MaYJIOrt "
< .. it Is designed to fill the places made requires very little ground. An acre of matured Ginseng is worth 45 of I 30 a 4 10 p =::

fi 1l vacant by union,strikers. $40,000. There is room in one's garden to grow several hundred dollars' I

k--: School Fraternities. worth each year. The plant thrives throughout the United States and PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS
Opposing AT
HIAHL
11" Canada in any soil or climate that will grow garden vegetables. We sell
,, :.,. 'F The Lawrence (Kan.) board of education roots and seeds for planting purposes, and can show you how to make
has notified the parents of pupils growing Ginseng. There Close Connection: Made at Miami with Steamships of the
money are two planting ee Bone, spring and P. & o. S. S. Cempsjy For
in the high school that it is the fall. With each order we give; full instructions how to plant and care

conviction.of the school authorities of for the garden. You can get a good start in this business for a small HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

practically the whole country "that secret outlay, and soon have a nice income. Send two-cent stamp today for .
.: literature telling all about this wonderful industry.BUCKINGHAM'S .-
: societies among the pupils are detrimental Th1\I' Time Tables show the times nt which trAins -
be
from the lleTf'rAI ..tat1nr.s. but Chf'lr may fIIJf'e to arrive at and depart
; ;. to. the best interests of those arrival or departure' ali the fines IIUC6I11 .
'. nods this Cow an1CI be held responsible for alJ1d" actgltaraItee
-? who come members and to ,those of layaoranyooneequo wog artal.a tberefrota

... .r the entire, school," on the ground that GINSENG GARDEN

": they lead to clannishness, ill feeling, For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

': ** umetlme. and endanger the health GROWERS ASD EXPORTERS

(Jot the members.. The parents are urged '. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT. *

i their children out or persuade .
to
keep
y them to drop' 'their membership". Zi.4.NES'VELLE: .. OHIO: :: : J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen'I Pass. Agt., ST. AUQUsfTNE.... FLAB' .

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;>Ssf .Mttt--'l .e.and, .1.J4"v- ail3us. ., othU8el..I. -. the peace: ihe found to be'3,987,134, according to the r '
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.:.;F>....;.. -W..York"": leglsUtl, f fe,.i e..<."IIIID;". .!.- ,.'f Conn:7I -' address urgmgfthe.: people to 'turn to American' metropolis the second city *- .tV, i" JIf
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York among the big cities of the worldIs :A "
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J plain b 4.WYae"that'heMutaalwih : .shown by the following figures: -. & ... "f. ._
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'. navy comes'first with, 4,53JG41 people, t',
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,c*'B. bt1te.boasted.... lntnease"of". assets and spirit oftfteir'. : ancestors and the patriotism and next to New York are Paris with ."1; ?**.. -'''
w'i.n at'1OII WI8 aging 'v-v. much of the: people. He declares ;
;2,714,008, Berlin with 1,888343 and :
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t,.. t.1ri., :> J=t.: ,, *m.al F.idivt.. that the position /-of: the. .empire has Chicago with ,69S,575.: Then follow '5 t \ n ?':

"itt;; : > deadsnciw than .been strengthenedand, that it gas; his Vienna, Canton, Tokyo and Philadel- t .'; v'Xt
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/? ;; .1< '1,., formerly to pol- desire: \not to prolong' hostilities and phia, all of which have over 1,000,000 ,'"[PERFECT PIANO PLAYER ; ;

\1"" : 'V. ,-a ,. icy holders,'.Mr. subjecithe peOple'unnec ssarily:to the Inhabitants, the last named bavin-. .4.. V4I
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: ;: 'Insists fii
..., t'i. ,.f !! t>,McCurdy.reUS1,0" horrors of war- He that Russia 1,293,697 'the census of..1900. t. *: '
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: ed to answer,, has:: agreed totJibSei,proposals'" whichwere .
::y"tr.' :>> i Ten Heroes Win Rewards. i.0,0 t
j t,1 J. -, questions'' along essential,In view of the objectsof <, ; .r *
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.-. ;: ;'lt"{:. ;kj tfc", t ;th.s. line.and referred tlie war: 'and the: maintainance of 'Ten awards were announced at Pith: 'tINDIAN % **
y burg by the Carnegie, hero' fund com For sale the ,y
:,. "'"": L to the peace in the east. He"I1nounces that by : >'j
mission as follows: Medal to :Maud Titus .
} 1\ ,company'iaetu'Neverthe.- Russia ls'aga1n the friend of Japan.. ?

-. ... i 2Y.. ", !'ary:: -' His subjects, 'are .admonished against aged sixteen of !Newark N.J., tc RIVER .

,6f' 'i ;'tless' .Mr.. 'Me- vainglorious pride. and to attend. to saving life off Maine coast; medal an: .
Y." .-' peace $$1,000 to the husband of Mrs. CrabbeOf .
their lawful The
'occupations.
; oI: Curd y did admit -
; __
;'!;;. Coppers Landing Va., who died '
::!.W ij that;: large envoy' were/received- .coldly, by the MUSIC HOUSE
I ; the showed them while trying to save life of colored boy; :
: !t payments&'Of lea public but "emperor

,,.,.,,..,. honor. ; medal to Anne ,Cummings of .Savannah ,
gal fees. hadUsance every
p. .. \ '. .
.":.yil? ; ,T-" a 0 : ,Ga.,_for saving man from 'drown- Titusville. Florida. )
}}.'Df";. .. 'lri: 3icCnnb'abeen .made to Sweden Recognize Norway. ,
;
.... .,. .. .. .. ing; medal to W. C. Brunn, aged seventeen .> .
.
.t rex-8tate Insur-' 'Both Swedish riksdag
,. ;houses..of, the for saving schoolboy from
officers and that A. a Fields, headfijof at Stockholm have'passed the bill repealing drowning; medal to A. J. Gottschalk of

*the?. ntibal's, department of- sup- the act. of union and recognizing Lancaster, N. Y., for saving woman J

.l ,,plies;:had:keptja house in .Aliiany-and Norway as from drowning; medal to George F. ,

..if:ttiad;$'ilarge; expenditures marked: ,on "a state, sepajj Russell, aged twenty-four, of Croton, I

( ;the; books #o legal fservicei," but beI 4 I. ,, t f rate from! the Connl;, for rescuing boys from drownIng -
'
y. denjed\that\the5hou |ins Albany 'was union 'wlthj ;; A..J. Ross, agedtwenty-threeof .

;r-j(;'maintainedvrlth. .bis......knowledge. It Sweden.'! Anew Foxboro, Mass., medal for saving lives 'jrf

main-rained' flag, the of two 'women; Mrs. Dan Davis of

"': an entire household there and yellow Across".on Cleveland, 0., medal and $1,000 to edu Do You Want to' Know All About the
l that'at'least; ,, two state senators lived a blue' ground, cate children,'her husband having died '

Alban-McClellandnd which 'was in while trying to save a fellow miner; :

:: use prior to $000 and school expenses' to W. H. EAST COAST OF FLORIDA-
s '
'. they had paid anyfttuig"for 1814 was Plummer, aged fifteen, of Lamar, S. '

thelrfkeep. and McClelland adopted. Nor C., for saving lives of two companions; :;

:|?was' down! .t r--f8,000 :on account of .way* has ,apparently medal to M. Doyle of Quebec, who Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Tracking and 1

r;r "legal" :"serflces."......The disclosure. was ,i decid- raved young woman from drowning in General Farming? a If so, subscribe for the.......... a's

4 1'1nad: alsojfiat: an examiner In the state /\i< \ ed in favor of the Ice filled St Lawrence.

htnsuranceY office named 'Cunningham'hadformerly r 7- .. ,F-l *V.a limited mon- Carnegie League of Peace. FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER. :;

'.worked: for' Fields .and Prince Charles of archy asIts !
Upon the occasion of his being In-
Jthatithe; company had paid a retainerfg.Snperintendenfof Denmark. form Of gov- PRICE 25 CENTS PER ANNUM
stalled as director St. Andrew's UnI-
f; Insurance.Pierce ernment and it was again reportedthat ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE.

4 tr irthelmeof bU retirement until Prince Charles of Denmark had versity of Scotland Andrew >Carnegie ADDRESS,
devoted his speech to urging' a plan of
1'hls' th.-M curd :.admitted giving been offered the throne. In closing the
International action for the prevention E. V. BLlCKMAN, Editor, MIAMI, FLORIDA.. .
9';-30,000, to; a"discharged agent to keep riksdag King Oscar wept.. '
that
"" of war. He said any three of the
l him! quiet. ; : French:Fleet to Venezuela. nations, by forming a league, could John Stetson

-JhtjloclcJ.}ind'.;,Bad"Year.. -" .' That the French government had determined compel all other, nations to refer their University :

(;,-.-: 'Then -m tanagers of- the Ro k'lsland to bring the utmost pressure disputes to the court of arbitration. .

system I reprf:i'leereaae. t ;ofi91T,982, _'to bear.dn 'President,-'Castro of Venezuela DE LAND, FLA I <,;
.
.! In gross eammp'fOf.ijbe; year...ended became evident -when a fleet of I Affiliated'With The University of ChicagoCOLLEGE
> LABORCotton I
1uJnie,30'FresMent.Winchella attribntJng six cruisers under 'command of Ad-
OF LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those of the University of Chicago. %
.this to unfavorable; weather conditions miral Boue de la Peyriere was orderedto Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and Chicago.,

'f )}ast 'ijnffrO. f', ertneless 'dlvl-; Martinique, In the West Indies. The Workers Reject Increase. COLLEGE OF LA\Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law in Florida .

.. dends- -of L31. were..:earned.. Paris papers. said that this move was A direct increase in wages of 5 percent without examination. {

'To.Charge Children.by/Height i ..preparatory the delivery-of an ultimatum together with a profit sharing plan COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY-Mechanical, Civil Electrical Engineering and Manual

..__ -Machines for.. measuring the height of regarding the abrogation of the which, under present conditions, might Training courses leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipmentCOLLEGE

childreW bare been''providedfor; 'the- 'French ,Cable company's, charter and add 8 per cent is the answer of the OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Book-keeping by best methods.
1 .
Elective courses open in other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.PREPARATORY .
the breaking off[ of relations with the Fall River Cotton Manufacturers association -
In Switzerland, I
railroad
;; ticket agents ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard Yale, Princeton
fand they have been instructed to French charge d'affaires. This action to the request of thfi operatives Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all first class College 1

'it charge according to height'all children on'the part of France Is understood to that the 12& per cent reduction NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-l. Kindergarten in its own buildin?. 2. Primary

m::'ifrthree.feet. tall paying full fare. regarded with approval by the Unit of last year be restored. The plan of and Grammar School in separate building. This School especially prepares Public School \ .'

Innovation Is due to the large ed.States government profit sharing Is to pay at the end of teachers.
,1 i"Th1a' Divorce CasaThe each period of four weeks after Oct. MUSIC SCHOOL-A $10,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos,separate building, large faculty 1
of'Amerlcan tour- :Germany'sRoyal '
of
number thtldren, thorough: courses of study.
;tl.Isfs who\ re-aiways: said:to be .under trial of the suit of Prince Philip 23 a dividend of 1 per cent on the earn ART SCHOOL-Xew studio. Costly casts,models, etc. *}

.'.' ten"years-of age,' this.being the Swiss of Coburg for a divorce from' Princess ings of each employee for every cent Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold degrees from the University ,

.age for half fare.Sucoew'of ,j !Louise, daughter of King Leopold of that the average margin between the Chicago, Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Bryn
,".-" Portland. Belgium, began at Gotha, Germany cost of eight pounds of middling cottonin Hawr, Bncknell University Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over ,
Fair.
desertion and numerous New York and the value of forty- 300,000.00 in buildings and equipment;nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an endowed :.
Jr'The flews 'and Clark exposition, Prince Philip alleges five yards of twenty-eight 64 by 61 library of over 13,000 volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings including stained a
% te? ?dose| Got 14, "wag irregularities. The princess glass windows 7 oil paintings, a d1Q,00000 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus; '
.hlchleam charges various cruelties, Includingher print cloth shall exceed 75 cents untilit an enclosed athletic field, running track tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, be- ,
IIi successful./. finailMilly! well as.In confinement In private asylums for reaches 85 cents, and one-half per sides swimming, golf rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women; five
pf point of attendance. It was indicated'thal'the I cent dividend for every cent margin in large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics, Bacteriology, Mineralogy and Biology; several
stockholders would receive a I five years. Her counsel declared his 85 large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells, steam heat, cement walks, shell
of cents. The cotton workers
| : excess
intention of calling King Edward and roads;broad avenues spacious campus shrubbery and trees; social literary, musical and other: .'
: + div toend of at least ?0 per cent. other royalties as witnesses. were not disposed however, to accept students' clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location is i r!

.fifg, r mnd Per e&Steel Car*. this compromise proposition.No beautiful and healthful, and the expenses are low.. .: -. ;
feature the'freight famine More St Petersburg Riots. For catalogs, views, folders and information, address the President, .i f !
t A of car Union Labor Bank.
v-V existing: among.: American.railroads;is In aq encounter between;',the' police The Chicago Federation of Labor has LINCOLN IIULLEY. A. 31., Ph. D., DeLand, Fla r. t tSEABARD
: ; and the striking printers at St. Petersforty "
_k, :the/demandi i for [steel.. cars. The Iron. burg of the strikers were Injured, voted to table the report in favor of establishing ,'J
{f Age;'s ys thai builders now have conl a bank for the funds of
their offense being an e1rort"to hold a '
.tracts .In sight,for.....at.. least .80,000 of union laborers. Banking was declaredto .
All the newspapers. except
'. the large orders meeting. ,
these cars. Tbll'ancl be entirely outside the sphere of
the Iron and two were unable to appear. A strike .
tor locomotives keeping
:
Consequently was also In progress In the factories ". .JAm.LINE
|,'steeItrade.on the Jump. and cotton mills, and the railway men R iILZfiTAY. -. 1
steel billets are advancing In price.
4 were talking of going out. I
'to Build EfghUen- New Theaters.. .J MsPills -FOR- 3
Czar Announces Pena
.
$T;' The latestmove .of the Independent '
theatrical, trust In a manifesto the czar tells his people Savannah Columbia Southern Pines .
.,managers against ,the t
; of his
< of the courage troops
Shubert Bros. of New t
te a deal between Richmond Baltimore. '
aU.ai1d 'against a brave and mighty enemy"and Washington, .
'York Max Anderson ot.C1ncuu:
; Joseph L Bhlnock _of says the war is ended while Japan After eating,persons of bilious habit "
vBepresentatire : ; has become the friend of Russia. will derive great benefit by taking one Philadelphia, New York, :
;:<3ovta tMa.iKyl; providing the: conJtruc&on Both the czar and the mikado have tel- of these pills. If you have been :' f
'theaters In
of'eighteen'new'
egraphed their thanks to President DRINKING TOO MUCH, .
I# western. and. canadian cities from TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. t I
his efforts
In
Roosevelt for bringing they will promptly relieve the causea, ..

font-tt which: ofby the the independents trust: are now barred .about peace. SICK HEADACHE: SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL.e: ..II

: .
j Mad Mollah Again Afield. andnervoasnesswhkh follows,restore ,

,..: Uwaon'a- ..Latest- Prediction The Mad Mollah,'who agreed to confine the appetite and remove gloomy feelings. '1
,,; A di pl advertisement In American Elegantly sugar coated.
: himself to the Italian sphere In 8o- 1
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
.
signed by Thom- ..
and No Substitute.
f Sltl :European papers mallland last December, with'certa1Ip&lng ; Take 'i
: "W"'Lawson predicts a crash In cop- 1
rights and liberty of trade la

ei 'which will cause greater disaster reported to have again;.taken the field HOLUSftR'S ONLY LXNE. .- ., .

;,saran any of the past. He declared,would,that against the Italians. : Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets1 Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaiie. .
gftfce' ',of. Amalgamated .
dividend A Buy tdiotao fix & Peoplt.
ii nark.the doom of the present copper Brings Qoldaa Health sad Kouved Vigor.A .. '*? -.' :.

i[boom incidentally Mr. Lawson'called When yon want a pleasant physic, try specific for Constipation, Indigestion,Lire For full information and sleeper reservations call.on any Seaboard agent, orwrite

f;;"attention to the Insurance exposures Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- tad Blood Kidney Bad Breath Troubles Slunna Pimples Bowels Eczema, Headache ImpuN to -

s Iwhicb he WU?jeered 'at.. for predicting! lets. They are e&8Yto take and produce t and Backache. It's Rocky Maintain Tea la tab, A. 0. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr!,

;tandaiunr' piedle4i.%&(|more disastrous' no griping other unpleasant! effect' Sold Houura let form.3S Daco cents ConAn box., Madison Genuine,Win made by Asat. General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent.. """ .

1|exposure of the trust 'companies ofJLroerica by Red Cross Pharmacy. I GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE JACKSONVILLE, FLA f'. v.

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. m. lltj,, :,) '' .: 'RIVER,, RIPPLIKGS, .. Faahiomable'The c' marriage Wedding of- Miss, .!Leonice. tt L. violin tion SCHLOSS Swell Eeady-Made BROS Clothing _' g ; r,
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.ii'J'"it'. --> ham to Alfred G, Humphrys was

: ft ', Find, brated, at the home of the.bride on $10 to $18 ; :
: 'i llat Star Correspondents "
Tie
S1d by the 'W. K Ball of .
.- .... << Rev. : ; ,
r of (lafewBt'to.irlte' About: ledge; 'for t SCHWAB CLOTHIP CO.

-.- Every.household in Indianola was
< .L'M ,
.
:-' Beady-Made Clotting for Boys:
;;'.a.=--t- CITY POINT. represented,:; also a_ number .of

: '.: ,"Mr. T. A.1 Robinson shipped.a number friends crossed by hunch,. although on $1.50 to $10 all ate .

i f : :of'.boxes of grapefruit i : and :Tangerines river was,very rough to.take part in with t=Jt=Jr=r: =frJr=J{=Jfi Jf=JFst'=fF=i.

g;; Fig'" last week.4i happy!event that joined young attend KNOX STETSON andHOUSEB
,
: ,Mr.. Cbu. R.:Tarter has purchased from. we'all love and, respect' ,.having night. Y HATS

fi 'ii:,..' fir,.Geo. R Chester his fine orange groverest among us. not
a
1:.. *; road. ..The bride la the only child 'of Mr. on $1.50 to $5 i
of the county_
:f 4fit, A
,1 Mrs. :Jalma Lapham, 'while"tbe Califor- r r=r r-1 r1= r=I r-
Mr.in4Mrs. 8. Nv Green, who spent
:: -\.1.; groom is the younger'4Ion of Mf. and
come andCROSSETP8
',7' last winter at Sharpee, arrived tJ'pt.:; EDWIN CLAPP'S
AS. both much .
Hnmphrya,
i '
t. if-. Sharpea on Saturday.., They,report it was families of Indianola. FINE' SHOES .
t : cold at their home in Central. New '
; quite The.. wedding passed off, $3 to $6 60 i
He
when they left .
York ,
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which from the :
easily
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was seen
-:}. A petition signed by resident of Dec. 1. rSciios .
every faces around.
c, '''It 1 pity .Point and Sbarpes has been .banded The bride was beautifully gowned party Bkfis. CQ "QUEEN QUALITI"Fine '. < T

r .: l.. tbe county-school- board praying;I for immediate white nett, trimmed with wbite a D Indian Fine ClothesM1km' i Shoes for Ladies ,
.
i.... action in building the public lace, carrying .a bouquet 'of : A''rIMORZ +." taarrwt 2.50 to $3.50 "' ."
w' r '. school boose which was promised by the poor
{: white! roses, whip the groom wore r r 'SJ-
superintendent to be completed and ready and :=: :
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{; usnal'evening suit of black. to -.d leaden lu itjle,fit and flnlih. Sold only-by lea t
It'' :" tfor. use by September. Mr. and Min Lapham hid their '
bow THE LARGEST UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING HOUSE ON EAST COAST OTfOIIDA -
il lr ,Mr. Gen E.: Chester, having his resi- decorated. with most beautiful- to wel l-
; :; h. Hence painted and has ordered the lumber and evergreens, also provided cakes Complete line of everything that men and boys wear

t tt tt: :', r.-new fence along his front.. Mr.Cheater ice cream in abundance. We sell the best that money can buy '

' '1 l \ ia alone and there seems,to be no The presents were very handsome' Wis., All goods marked in plain figures; strictly one.price to all
; ..' special significance.in this other than the numerous consisting of furniture op

'-I j: :. ,,':>".. desire to make his already attractive silver plate, checks and many this MAJJ.i: oRanRSC A .PEOJA: '
l
': -t$ tome more beautiful. household,articles which space to .

,i. p i ., Two most disreputable looking ponies me enumerating. Mr. and Mrs. moth JAMES PRITCHAED. President. W.M.BBOWN,Ylce-Praidest. a
)., ; did not wish their children to WINSTON S.BEANNIXG. C6hler.
ai y' arrived at Mr. Tarter'a stables during the move

tf: 1/' week It is claimed by Mr. T., that they far off. so presented them with a lot so
;
-: tL '. 1 Rove great possibilities and in a little fine new house within a few INDIAN RIVER STATE B NK.

1 ff while,.benefited by .this grand climate walk of their old homes. .whiter

, ; ..and plenty of grub, each one will become : Two eggs with my compliments'. make COUNTY aEPOSIZ'ORY.
', "" and "a forever' To Nonie and Fred. if
of .
,,1- thing beauty" joy Authorized Capital.$100n00.00
: .. fr;< <(or le s.r' Tonight yon love will and wed-affections be .Paid np Capita..............;.$ 25,000.00Average
, May your so,
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That it is lasting as the tides Most Deposits....._....__$200.000.00.
L Capt.Sharpe, Messrs. Geo. Cheater, I TRANSACTS A
That ebb and flow. take in
t ;;- .B. F. Beal and Walter Hatter comjttse a May your lives be a happy
:ij: : .hunting party now in camp 'on Merritts.Island. Sunshine all around, own. General Banking Business.t ,t F =
< May the sunshine between you fam-
l';:} :: The: party, thoroughly equipped, I Never, go down. and it Largest and Oldest : ''
ti/ -crossed the river early.in the week to be I '
'- In chicken raising yon can safely bet, who is Bank on the River. .
1 : ,(:' .ready for the hunt Wednesday morning You must have good eggs to-set Exchange Bought and Sold on All T< 1

n.':= .No doubt venison will be evidence on .. Until these never fight hatch.and scratch Foreign Countries. er_ ;
eggs _
/1 ; 5''. i :.Sunday on nearly every dinner table. Patronage appreciated. Prompt service "
: The above
and
[ was composed polite treatment and favor consistent 4'with
i i:..:' Bev.'John W. Walker, who has been an old friend and settler, Mr.J. K. Field conservative banking every granted.COBBESPONDENTS ,,
rtf' r '- spending the past week with Mr. Cresson, companied by a china egg for each. t of Dr. : ; f :

;\f; ?:.- ,- 4a thoroughly delighted with oar' beautiful If you are troubled with so"s I Empire Trust Company. N. Y., .Florida ;: .
: and river and the cordial stomach Bank &Trust Company,JackaonvilleFIa.
;;Hy : country reception constipation, sour or an after

; ,.> .,." given him by the congregations pain, Hollister's Rocky D.fountain I TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.SCREENS
will make well and keep .
you you
'r of St. Marks church, Cocoa, and St. Ga- and
-' ; 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Ask your ,
"k'> :" : briels, Ti'usvill.wbile his own pleasing gist. I

ik. ,.':" personality produced a most favorable .
:, :. COCOA.
'- .impression on them. Gal-
t?! Miss Hattie Bower, of Georgiana,
i "'"J..., INDIANOLA. a few days in town last week.
daugh For doors and windows
Mr. and Mrs. Thou. Donnelly have.- Mr. F. Lipp spent Sunday at Ban ;

Li.- earned home after spending a pleasant tare with Mr and Mrs. John Frye.' covered with wire.,
any
k'Ii.. .,, summer in New York state. Wis., ,
(;". :-- Capt. Sharpe and Messrs. Williams family
.r;.. w'., Mr. D. St. Clair Nisbet spent a few Beale have gone on a hunting trip will EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO i
Z}:,: ;. days at Ormond and Daytona the latter week. ,
;. of last week returning home Mon. Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material. i
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.. ,part Mr. Huston'and family returned l
Kan
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"" ', '; day.Mrs. week and brought a fine automobile Eau Gallie, Florida.J.B. 4 '
t.: H. Wattoc and son, Mr. Jackson, them.

a.:.' ,of Clifton>> are visiting Mr. Sclmyler and Mr. and Mrs. S. Greene returned I. G. .WALKER. H. B.WCE. t-
.: wife coming down in Mr. Jackson's fine
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:: daunch I week to Sbarpes after an absence of nitz, JOHN R. WALKER & CO. ,, -
: eral months.
. J. R. Field, Jr., returned home from I .
'r, school at Arabi, Ga., on Tuesday, having Rev. W. F. Allen preached at the Titusville, Fla., ..

1{ been very sick he has come to Indian E. church Sunday evening after an home
3y
sence of several weeks.
t'
ziver to recuperate. '

'/ Mr. Arthur M. Robling, accompanied Mr. Aaron Cleveland left on M. E. DRY GOODS

'- fry his grandfather, were arrivals from last to accept a position with the ,

: Scranton, Pa., on Monday. Everyone is light company in Arcadia. and

:?> glad to see Art and his grandfather back All who attended the dance at the into

: Again. era house on Friday last spent a CLOTHING

Mrs. W. S. Gramling and her little son, pleasant evening. Music was having ,

by i Capt. Schoonmaker's big win. ;;t

ROCK LEDGE.- doc GENTS FURNISHINGS
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AMATTEROFHULTHmaowsnm Mrs. J. E. Bettler and little ,

returned from Malabar Monday.Mrs. I

J. Boyle and children, SHOES

and Mildred, spent Saturday at were 9

Mrs. Scott and grand daughter ed,

last week and are stopping with Mr. was MILLINERY :
Mrs. A. D. Baldwin. that

Mr. DeWitt Smith killed a six f

black snake on the verandah of the

, Indian River on Tuesday.Mrs. and a FURNITURE.J J

--i.: Chatfield and mother, Mrs. :
arrived Saturday and their many 3 "
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are glad to welcome their return. ::: .. -
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.. I Mr. and Mrs. Hervey Bower moved We .
t want &
' i to the Merwin cottage, on Barton of your patronage. kr

I ". this week. We extend a hearty j Our aim is to please \
: t trY YOU: I ,' !
t% Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall went to w=:w New, Up-to-Date
Goods
t. '. dianola Tuesday to attend the pains in evory :, j .
;;r'; Abwl Yhre of Miss Nona Lapham and Mr. Bal- Line. .
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;; Mail orders
< receive
1; Mr. Ranck was taking views of prompt and : .
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,-,'"'" ., A Cream of Tartar Powder, ledge and vicinity last week. He and careful attention. #
f21 > free from alum or photphatle !
', also keep souvenir postal cards with 50c.

. :5. ">, ... acid ledge views for the winter. I JOHN R. WALKER & .;
CO.
; :' ..,-.a JUVAL BAKma POWDEft CO., NEW YOWC.. The Ladies' Aid society will have a Titwille fc: .
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