The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00339
 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 17, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00339
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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= 3tJ' D' : GI D g" TS Qpe.hirtl.ht ;hosiery and on* ;-Mr. F.Lippof: : was in'town'on AND PERSONALS *'<
1e; c1efriar that war ever:beforp:shown ,on DRESS. .GOODS, VALUES .
:;; '\ '; ';'A. '...... 'and his, friend -
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", t ?":.- f "' .tk4.t' J!'t < "* East Caret of Florid*. '-- '.4t' ; Sunday' visiting ., ,Panama cloth, 38 inches wide, in navy ; 5
J.1 ""'-} 1t'f -'<'''44''fl 'Oi t\;; Catt and 'taipeeiiqBiU stock, we can Mr. Frank :Deppe.
{) '''''; blue or black; this is an excellent and
t j thf please yoaiAlw coatpletsstock of fine
; V1.. tiitei&t"" ; 'Andrew 'home'tbefirst' Something About the Titus-
Mr. Griffis returned People of
1'" .' $ .%; .. ':n'''1'.' :;,'Y .\$, ,.>,! shoes for,misses: and infants. "A swell to.due'D terlallor skirts or shirt waist .
.,':':". .".Jj:;U': :,!'"!-1",1f&J6; I;; .'1M' ] .Sti' 't.J'rfi,,.*.",. 't.I I liner of ladies' shoes, aUttytee: and prices.Ont'leader''in1aadles'Ljshoee of this week from several weeks' vas. suits worth,59 cents, at a special,price of lilleasTiieyCoineaiidGoMAnERSflTsJE .
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_"';' 11''i, '': 1 hV-0' "-,'''' .yE to living in Starke, Fla. 35 cents per yard. .
'TS vKSv rjcj .si/jy. *?!*= fj '. v; ;i <* '* ,, ;tk 1 fuM-. i '.-f *. -* Mrs-AB.'Dixon, of Cocoa came tip All wool shepherd plaid, 38 inches
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i ;W.i p :' { ,. -'-.PEOIBT &BRAITNING, two weeks. White..madras in new and beautiful
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\ "rM."t .J The, Clothiers and Furnishers; ; Happenings That Help to late :
''' < : designs for shirt waists
:p; ; .. Titusville, Fhi.Closed Mr and Mrs. Jas. E. Andrews, of Fort very stylish ,

(.","',; t'T t.JJ&.J: : V, ltml'1q11 1 '"9,<,',,-, ,,ud'rhereydrJ Pierce; were called'to: Ormond Monday worth 40 cents a yard for 25 cents. Up the Weekly newspaper .
t _" ",,: '' Seaion For Mullet: Fishingberifi ; on account of the serious illness, of ,Mrs. Outing flannels 'ma j' ,
,-.#: : ,ft I;'.' .tn rammed to..,Daytonar4M Andrews'\ father known Amoskeag mills, in endless variety \
,'>":;t ;: i1Ift>' "" 1tf -$-'" "- ,.," .. ...... ';"; $ J. P. Brown went to Clifton last ; Mrs. Lane and three children, of Fort ,
\. ", ,:{ r-ua.r.G"'f. : 'Weft 'fishermen' of patterns, worth 12 J and 15 cents, : Pierce s i''
,i! ; : and notified the in that Miss Jeannette Norwood left a few:days were visiting in Titusville the first '
,,,};,J" ; ft.:jT'C iI'' .". Sanders:; :: ,"of,Cocoa,. paid TBXi section that fish seining in the'waters of ago for West Palm Beach where she will for 10 cents per yard, Monday only. of this week. -

,r W*<.'Af, : :: j;;..','''m.'''' 1/".,. "'abort''It ./ 'call'- ., Monday, while in. Mosquito !lagoon' must be stopped in,complianeelwitb spend the winter with her brother, Mr. Ladies' cravanet ,coats, handsomely .Mias Cook, a young lady from St. Augustine -
jJi1iJ .t WD;; :: <. !> ;;: tailored, tight back and pleated, or princess '
't'i>' } i "" 'n .. .. c. : the special act which prohibits Will Norwood, and wife. is spending the week here with ;
.7 r ti 'wX i:'.ager' expects to Dave 'to.L such fishing In Yolnsia county and includes The Bed Cross Pharmacy has jOlt *in- back;: worth $10 00' and $12 00, at a her friend Miss Maggie Collins. .

morrow for vvWt with relstivee in:&v- the;:waters" of Mosquito 'lagoon special price of $7.50. :
stalled magnificent ,
Puffer soda :Miss
** > > a new i Brady and Mrs. A. D. Pen
S'f.'f-i1l''' );,, which lie in Brevard .Ladies' umbrellas covered With taffeta, ,
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:. ,'i' ;$_,, "M ,. .. iI'i'lIltt': Io,,'!- county.It ,fount, 'which is an up to-date affair both ney will entertain the Progressive Culture -
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r& ;; silver handles natural wood ban- .
:rii.. .'- :_,.,. is that the fish ,dealers german '
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... .kkILttonoVwttJvalescing
;.. ;{:i<;..:i teakwood ,
.: !.[ _,.5.., 81iq :from ,,her this. pl ce.Dd'ai Oik_Hill .have declared ,
5; "1 1'!: OlBU. Claddie B. Stewart is the Mr.
'I5' -!"'-. :' ; '' '* their intention to comply with this special carrying handles, they are worth not less and Mre..W., M. Prindle, of Huntington ,

5-i V.ii!TewntiUnmV5S5* ., H/> *r* ?. act, oneof the dealers at Oak Hill saysthat mails .on the route between. this' place than $2.50 each, at a special price. of W. Va., are'expected to arrive in r f
lM'<''!;. '-:. r- :The new lighterfor the use of the Canr. ;; be his and Artesia daring the illness of, Capt. 149. Titusville tomorrow afternoon to spend .
to fishing
remove outfit
"i \ ': *veral Blab anted here the"Brat,of. -the to Hobe.Soundin Dade ., Fischer/who is'now convalescing.Mr. Children's. and misses' drawers, made the winter. '

i-'<"""'i"-iJ." '' Jr", ,vieekfFtim_.>w-v .. i'-f v Eiia_"t -'i Glllie.C. "" ,:x .c',-': This, with the dosed season county for 'catching C. C. Henderson, of Murfreesbbro' of a splendid quality of domestic, large Mrs. Geo. W. Hanford is in St. Augustine } '

:Mr. Tboe. Mitehe1I, of Key'West, who 'mullet, which went into effect on Tenn.,,who spent last winter .in, TitUs- ruffle and hemstitched, 25 cents per pair. this week,visiting Mr. and Mrs.' R.

i? :r ruyiEdng hire bMher Jamee at Cocoa Wednesday inet.wUl make the vile, writes that he. and his family 'expect I Children's and misses tam 'o chanters, E Brown. Mrs. Hanford is a sister of '

.. # ;the M oftbetweek. has been spending movement of fish very slack for the,next to leave for Florida about 'the last in white, navy pine, brown and corduroy Mrs Brown. x ,

\r il:ff81ra.. ", .." jn"Jacksonville.--''''- .' : six weeks, until,after the first,of January, week in this month. I made of a good quality of corduroy, ,with Mrs. Dodaon and Miss Ida Dodson ar- ,

>"ry iAJJI ::C.t':T. MoCrimmon, of.Miami, wasi'iir when mullet can<< again be taken.' Capt Frank M. Wilson, of .Canaveral, i visor or without, special price is 69 cents. rived home Friday night after a few

:V -, in ntusViileforafewb: ) theft the 4 The last legislature passed a law pro came over with his sailboat Tuesday to Ladies' shirt waists, made of a good weeks' pleasant visit with their son and h-

BS 't ':::1,",kconfernnjt+ with the, Pritchett Bros. bibiting the catching of mullet for' ship meet his friend, Capt. W. H. :Reed, who quality of mohair, long np.to-date cuff, brother who resides in Kansas.Dr. .
.'...'U' 'f>'in 73.regard" -i to 1< a-'timber' .deal' ping bet.-een'the 15th day of Novemberand arrived yesterday from Neponset, MIa, trimmed with silk shepherd, plaid, regular F. H. Houghton arrived from Columbus
the 31st day of the winter at Canaveral. price $4.00, at a special price of $2.98.
December to'spend
fsaLihiirotue'fromTeatteesee also
\ ': "b was and Ohio, Mopday night and went to .
t .- amoe the airfvabe,on_ibe aunthbonnd on makes it unlawful for any common'car 'The'grocery firm of E. L/Brady&Bro. Flannelettes the new up-to-date Persian Daytona Wednesday. Mrs. Houghton will -y-

.;/1lr" )"i.'Ttis/tlay' ,>alteraccn-;.She,Is "** a visit fortxs rier, agent or employe!!of such carrier toreceive have discarded'several of the old fashion- designs. 38 inches wide, very handsome probably arrive about the )last of the -:
for'ebirt waists and kimonas
Tena months with her cater. Mrs. .E. for carriage .or'permit the carriage ed show cases and .counters in their store month.
..p'p!" > ,''-'II..:: >-*' of mullet caught during the closed and with cents per yard, Monday only.
...;.':'4> "r't5',"'' ....'. ,, AJ1.'if : replaced' them handsome showcases JULIUS KLUTZ:, The kitchen of M. S. Sams, at C Jurte- -
;i ;;. Mn Bafleyof:,New,,London,. Conn.,, season. known as "silent salesmen." Titusville Fla. nay, was destroyed! by fire yesterday by

''' liB bet aoft and' ter,::Mriyed Sun The violation of, Uiii.; act ia a misdemeanor Mrs Laura Jli.'CjjrtJss1jvofJTtllapoQ6a, igniting from a cook stove. Several large '

..__A"J .,,dstT:?i.'l'"iWL't-. ; :.a 'm" ',i. t'iM''T", punUhaGlebylnf trf cotlesrthan Ga-Tamved Tuesday afternoon and will Florida Versus Cuba On Traits orange trees were killed and his residencehad

f/ ::It 'Wetmore, and:will _probably spend"the $100 nor.more than' $$500. "or imprisonment prbbaoly spend the winter in Titnsville Among the many pleasant calls THE a very escape from being consumed.
,t: t T, :winter in Titosville. than not month more.than six months nor. with her son', Mr. Carl C. C rtiss. Mrs. STAB office has received the present week )fro and Mrs. Frank Webber returned
one the county jail.'
: ,A recent advertiser in THS STAB writes Curtis many friends gladly .welcome her there were none more pleasant than that to Jacksonville last week, Mr. Webber
The above law
Jt .OB,M '0110.15 will.not be ,necessary effective that was the framed Southern so thoroughly Express -. return to this place, where she resideda of Messrs. Wm. Allan and D. B. Holmes,, resigning his position as agent of the =

,* i f to'continue the ad. aa it has been entirely) notified few years ago. of New York city, who stopped off here Southern Express company in Miami to '
its the first
BSrF, \ effective in producing responses, all of of the company week not to accept any agents shipments Miss Francis Ranson, of St.: Augustine, Monday to visit friends: and inspect the become an express .messenger on the F. s .

:- which shows.that THE STAB is a first classadvertising elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Delespine grant, a tract of land in which E. C. railway.
of mullet
after the 14th inst unless such
bam.'? Ranson spent Sunday and a of Monday Mr., Allan has been deeply interested.
m part
tfe-? '" shipments were accompanied by an affi- I Major. E F. Britton, of Seabreeze, whot ;;

r t\.. ." .Mrs. C. Gould,'of St. Augustine, arrived davit'to the effect that such fish were here with Miss Mary Nauman. THE. These gentlemen have just returned from 'was on THE STAB force the past summer,
:t. STAR acknowledges receipt of pleasant Cuba, where they went to investigate the
; Sunday here received his commission
'f 8atardI1'11d'to _spend caught prior to midnight on the 14tn as postmaster at
J. : F among her ,relatives Her daughter, inst. call from Miss Ranson and Miss Nauman. prospects of orange culture, as Mr. Allan Seahreeze this week and took charge yes
fa"w, 'aI .J Monday morning. owns several in Florida and also
{; ', Willie ed Sunday and is groves terday. His made
c'X -119 JDa1nV Sheriff Brown, in his dual official ca- appointment was in
f'tl 'spending'the week in Titusville, and be pacity aa sheriff and fish and game'war- Quite a little party from Cocoa were in Porto Rico. Mes'rs. Allan and Holmes' August, but his commission only arrived ,

: brother Marcus Gould is here in the seat Tuesday afternoon. are of the opinion that the citrus industry -i. he first
; expected den.intends that the laws of this state county part of this week. We congrat- : ;
from the Ancient Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Shaw, Mrs. M. Gould in the island of Cuba will not hurt ulate
{:?Jt/ City next Sunday. shall be complied with, and any attempt you, major, on winning out. ,
;!:. Mr. Richard D. Gladwin arrived home at the evasion of the above laws will be a and Miss Carrie Bracco accompanied Mrs. this state, and they say that even the

f" from the north Tuesday afternoon. Hewill serious matter for the offenders. Thomas this far as the latter was on her pineapple growers have nothing to fear Do You Need Any Furniture :#

% to the gulf coast to visit her son Mr. from the Cuban growers. 'Tia true that The Titusville
I ;t spend the winter again ,at Miami, way Furniture company
i::.- where he will bOld the same I position as FURNITURE, DRY GOODS SHOES. Marvin Thomas. THE STAR office received -' the cultivation of both the pineapple and quotes prices on a few of their leaders as -' .
WOOL BLANKETS $4 50, Cotton 75c. a pleasant call from this party. orange have been extensively engaged in follows: Art squares 9x12 $6.00; rugs 25c. ;>
:; last year on Mr. Fitzgerald's cruiser, Fabric finish writing paper lOc. quire there, but the duty and the drawbacks np; willow rockers $2.25 to $3.50; ironbeds
'y.tt Bonito. During the past summer Dick $3.50 best grade matting 30c.
Aluminum bag tags 25c. leather lOc. incident inland up up;
County Court ProceedingsThe to transportation to the,
..* has given hit attention to automobiles, instead WATERMAN'S Fount'n pens, $2.,2.5 Oxford all steel bed spring $1.75; dressersand
November of sea ports are a great hindrance to raising wash stands a specialty from $4.25 '
1f,.'; of motor boats. Cotton batting, 10, 12} and 15c. term the county court
f lY" Feather and piano dusters, 35 and oOc. has beep in session this week and up to these fruits profitably. These gentlemen and up. In TUB: STAR building, ground

: The'St. Lucie County Tribune of last Chas. A. Gardner, TitusviMe, Florida. the time of our going to press six cases looked over the situation there very care- floor. H. E. Oxner. manager.

.r.<. wedc. :mentions some former Titusville have been disposed of as follows: fully and they are convinced more firmly Church Notices
follows Mrs.- S. D. Geiger Wanted
"'" as than ever that the Florida
State vs. Max L. Von Koppelow, who grown orange "
.y{ and children planning to leave Fort Rev. W. F. Allen will hold preaching ,
are Reliable young man to clerk in grocery was charged with assault and battery; and pineapple will be successful in competition -

ti.t Pierce between the middle of this month store. Apply to J. M. Sanders, Cocoa, case was thrown out of court. F. J. Webb with the Cuban fruit. This cer- services at the Methodist church, Cocoa,

p and the first'December and will make Fla. Give references. defended Yon Koppelow.State tainly should be encouraging news to next Sunday, Nov. 19th, at 11 a. m. and

;;j.ti., their future .home t at White Springs, Auto Sparker For SaleA vs. Randall Aikins, assault and those growers in this state who are inclined 7 p. m. At the morning service a missionary -

where Mr. Geiger is now stationed. sermon, will be delivered and
battery nol pressed. to be a little pessimistic. From ,
that needs batteries.
magneto no
'rif"- G. L. Mandaville is pushing forward here Messrs. Allan and Holmes take in while all are invited to this as well as the .
Brand new and will be raid at wholesale i State vs. Robert Footer, aggravated assault -
r i* with the work on his telephone line a':& price. 'Inquire at THE STAR office. I jury brought in a verdict of not the gulf coast and the state fair at Tampa. evening service, it is especially desired

i' 'faat as possible and will soon be erecting guilty. that the members be present. "

the poles with a special contrivance he Notice For Annual MeetingThe State vs. Jim Maddox: was tried by jury Turkeys For Sale Rev. John W. Walker will hold divine .

''2 has had made for that special purpose. annual meeting of the stock holders who brought in a verdict of not guil White Holland and Bronze varieties, services on Sunday next, Nov 19th, as !

; 4' The'poles will be supplied by 0. C. Han- Pineapple of the Indian Growers'Rivet association and Lake will Worth beheld :' ty. The charge was illegal fishing in from 10 to 20 pounds T. A., price Robinson 25 cents per follows: At Saint Gabriels church, Ti- J 1

a sell, the contractor. 'The line will take at Jensen Florida, Nov 22nd, 1905. Lake Winder. C. T. McCarty attorneyfor pound Point, Fla.gross. City tnsville, special children's service at 1050

i in Sunbeam and thus will be made a great 1'. V. MOORE Secretary, r I defendant. a. in., all children are invited, and even :
Y convenience to Judge Jones, Mr. McCoy State vs. Gid Haigne, charged with fire For Bent at BockledgeTwo ingprayer at 7:30 p. m. .1 f
Call Titusville Livery at of
r at rear
and. others.living in that section. Robbins' law office, for stylish rigs. hunting, jury convicted and he was fined furnished cottage; one of four Rev. Millidge Walker will hold divine -i j
... Leave your orders for hauling, both don $50 or imprisonment six months. rooms; one single room. References given services on Sunday next, Nov. 19th, as 1

*/ Port Sale ble and single. J. M. Osban, proprietor. State vs. Charlie Bless, also charged and required. Address Lock Box 115, follows: At Holy Trinity church, Mel- ,; ;

}' 'UprijEbt piano ,in' good condition, for. with fire hunting, verdict returned of Rockledge, Fla. bourne, celebration of the Holy Communion i
sale cheap. Can be seen by applying toe Farming Land For Sale. .
D. St. Clair Nisbet, Indianola Fla. .. guilty and he was sentenced to pay a fine Weakened systems need a mature, 10:30 a. m.; at St. Johns church, Eau i
# Eighty acres just west of Titusville, of|50 or imprisonment for six months. wholesome, mellow liquor-that's I. W. Gallie, evening prayer, 7:30 p. mAt .
the county seat of Brevard county, water Harper Whiskey, the kind grand I
Orate Material, Baskets, Nails The rather unusual feature of the your
cases St. Marks church Cocoa
protection by tributary waters of St. father used. Sold by R. L. Motlow andF. Sunday: J
ag1% Bean baskets and octagon bean crates. Johns river on the west. Excellent land before this court is that all the 'parties A. Losley. school at 9:30 a. m., morning prayer at I
r' Tuli stock in our warehouses at Titus for culture, or farming. Price
; orange up before the court are white, whereas 10:30 a. m.
villa, Eau Gallic, Fort Pierce and West very low. Address Mrs. Matilda Peterson .. I
heretofore almost all the cases tried have TUBSEBY STOCK FOB SALE.
% palm Beaob. Write for prices. Also for StockholmVis..
t= 4' $rfaptm other crate material, wrapping been negroes. Citrus stock grown on high pine land. Announcement v

t#. paper and crate nails Today the case of Stewart Indian River Nurseries, established 1886. '
A Bargain in Heal Estate vs. Magruder Dentos will be in commission and
Toledo and
Send for catalogue, :
East Coast Lumber & Supply Co.
ei Indian River
will and moored at hotel dock
f SALE-An old probably conge up promisesto Palm Beach, Fla. on
FOR pioneer
grove, one
Nov. 21st need Denton
Tuesday, repairs on
4 + Par Sale mile river front, 290. acres land, 25 acres be an interesting contest. have caused delay. Will remain in
t, Cottage with four rooms in Titusville, in grove, in good condition, fine dwelling, The business before the court will undoubtedly FOB SALE CHEAP FOB CASH. Titusville three week's. t

in a large lot under good fence comprising very best of land for celery farm. Three take up a part of next week. About 88 acres of good high land on F. H. HOUGHTOX.
kB five town lots. Also good mule for crops of oranges would pay for the place. 1 the east or ocean side of the Indian river

''t sale. Address H. care STAB office. Will sell for less than value of improvements Just Received I at the :Narrows, described as follows: Lot For Sale
purchaser thereby getting landfret"j Xo. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section t .
% DUCK DCNT1MO.i ;better than homesteading; no incum-- Carload of that elegant grade orange 36, in township 31 sooth, range 39 east. Two hundred acies unimproved land

.M. L Peacock,at Titusville, is prepared brance; titles perfect; farming tools vehicles wrapping paper we handled last season. This land is 'unimproved but finely lo near Sebastian. The St. Sebastian river
to take parties out for duck shooting at l blacksmith shop,'all go with place. Also extra heavy grapefruit paper. cated. For further. particulars address. runs through this land. Write Fred E. _
reasonable & Correspondence solid W. R. SANDERS, EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co., E. M. Low, Snaw, North Yakima, Wash., for a.rtic- 1 ':

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._'..- :. j-, ""': ''' .L'! .:..: . jjI io.' 7. ., -s *-i11; 'called: Ii.-hil "Iwu earl;, E.SItes ; .
....;'.: -" !" ",..,: ;: <- "z "."o., ,,3'w -", ,... OtierY'1WtiC harbeea I byth ma ; i
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!f.'Hff-F 'i' : tii"J: MiR Carrie Moseley: at: her-tome uoii
:.aiwent, } :
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'='.'..'."I" ,I;' ',,-.J'"!UOIIFIrgomtA'D.Penney.'Tltaa-: that.! e.;applicant:twin' a6ala- ppiYtor'a.pardonin'riiordancetrfth theaftemoon'':of" .August':r, ands 4

'r: 'Ji-lJf; i'f. ? :' 3- 1e,.,aoa JtadgSA Ii;;, Guide ;Tltaasmrsey ., theprOPfSiOIIa'OflaN. quarrellng'with her:stabbed h r:,thirteen 1"- <'

.:: \ :i, 1?; ;"LA., { ,; ,,..,
; alert ,, ", """ : amen Wlth'a pocket knlfe," hsbeen
tTitu dreoitcourt P. Axc'i' ; -: -" -- '
.:l.-r i.1MUao, Bits 0aU1e. teeaon IL;.W. Hall, .. .J given .a .twenty-year' sentence
'-' };il let tas ,olleetorJohn H 1'1_ ,'Htrb: "-i .----;"i.....,wadi .Y ; thVstaie prison 'atempted'murder.
for ,
,. .,, -*
'" .me.W:1..B..Walter.TUumll .
"" .
.......tt .,.!4.'!. :&'!"" tadeia'pablio" I---J'O,. :B 1)JV..J [Edwards;,'ofDes"; Moines, ., ", ; : P
= Iowa, got a fall on an icy,walk last win
\ l 4 lt t TStsitle, eounty umyor.J; ,..P. : ,'
:,< w itatni.'l ter.spraining,hiss wrist and braisinjr! 'his *' JSMpmente of for "
>-J: ,!:. .1" 'f+ esbenffiW>S.Norwood., ,
"r ,".z.; J<:::. TitnaTille'regl & atioti: ger:F kne gv "Thtf next tot,"lie*Myttheywere theweak.,. ft, ending"October 1 \28 were. I
1, ", f i!. i.'. ,HO sore and stiffs afraid, would '
,'..;i-t"i'?; :<,tw".,_..,,.:.;,,j:;.c'COUNTY. OOMMI88IONEEa-R. ''.A.'Cont.lingTillman have, to:.stay,in bed,>bqt I robbed them 5,585,000.. Previous :reported ,snipmentijfpr : -' : :
', t.-1i- -\?'" chairman?Wj 8alkerTi.' well,with Chamberlain's Pain''Balm; and ''thls year were .169,755,000-
. :P Ix's'fi =t. taeville'Joba.LZiotI1ndiano| ; ;; ''J.\F, d! : : 1i
0 V-- : ; & range, after a: few applications. all soreness' had Total shipments from.. ,January,1, ..to : :
; Eegular disappeared. For" .ale". by; .R d Cross -- -
: ;\ !?*-S3S&nl.l.yri: ;'eac'\DOD BCB'fHHt.dona are: held""YIfff-l.first Uondayiar Pharmacy.,., ; t. October 28 this year were 175,340,000Total :

;>' -.:. j, :. \ '" > '-'- shipments for Corresponding: .
:::; : !. < -
'iI'YI'\t ,:;t ;TOBBTBUD. IHSTTPBJaCBCOUBT! AVolumiaoue DocumentOncTof period, of. last year:, wera [156.%05, 90'
'': < ::.'",. T .. .. ... ,..
iPSTMf if ">!*< "di> : ,: the most'volunidnous"and. .lmportant'documents The. Increase In shipments: for this

":: "t_;'fne. \- !'Qoaititution.- : lit7" of. ; 'the ,
..Jf t',..). J i.j.! > man B11U.Wi1 Be: ,Tested; : In this: county was entered at Treasure Knott does'not intend toUGHS toiDt CO :
..<." .Rf-. .{ JI "" ** L1 iJ '1fJ -,.\ -.. J1 "*", VIES '
:: ":- ;.&t.. l' Quo warranto; proceedings; will bejn8tituted the clerk's office 'Friday. says -the. that any ,of the State's money shall 'C'I WBOOPIKG COUGH SOlE St1HPTIOI.'liotS'; .

. t :-: :ti ; '. ; tat 'an. : ;:early,date. in, the Miami Metropolis. get away illegitimately If.hecan pre- LOSS OF VOICE S-LObSENS : ,. .

-1:::'.' 1 'S uDreme..Coart. : to;test the ;constitutionality : It is. a trust deed,:Grifflng Brothers vent/it. He is now having Installeda AFttiuwiuwn.niwiwtwafcy", ; $

.": ; of the Buckman Bill lo'.the, Florida' Bank and Trust Company for
says complete system of protection,,authorized Endorsed by leadirur physicians as the BEST remedy :
i"t;; a>Tallahasseedispatch. to.ti. "*Times-" ,lor $250,000 on eleven hundred and Cough = :
". ". by the.recent Legislature, Children 'Croup, and Whooping because
.' trq;:,,.-- >.C ". Union... *"* acres;of land;;one thousand acres'in constructed by the American Bank it contains NO OPIATES. Tha ''action of Baliam Hors' i

1I4f;: .'" ':. Under date ot October 28, Attorney.ty Baker and one, hundred. In'Dade'county Protection Company. It consists of hound Syrup is mild and benign isadapted to infftnt88> ; wefl _

1J ,; :" ;General.Emg has written Judge.A..-J- ,, together. with the citrus groves, chilled steel lining of the treasury asadultsofeveryvarietyoftemperament'andconstitution.Read .

N;:1"a" ,Henry of,Lake City l Vtng'hl permission plantations and Implements there vault containing the two burglar- This' RemarKable TestimonialMRS.
t '
";, :t.- :' J "to Institute quo' "warranto;proceedings ,
"'..\ on.This proof'safes,\ and lining being insulated 0
!%1r.'. < in the name of the" Attorney vast amount is t? be. used incarrying and electricially connected with B.W.'EVANS,-CI. Wata,. K.... write:-"My husband
"' : sickfor three months and the Doctors told me h* had oufckw&-
:: : out plans for creating and was
1 .X .General,upon the relation of such per three large alarm,gongs, governed by sumption. We procured a boW of Ballad's Horehou S7TUp 81t4

g- .( sons .as you,'may name :against the operating the Seminole :CUre.Pecan'gl' time-set machinery and guaranteed to it cured him. He is now ft well man'but we always keep a bottle.

-< r members of, the Board of'Control 'to ves. The deed is further: ,securedby "raise the town' if any one should fa the bouse, and think it has no equal for pulmonary dis f aces. _
\T1.' inquire into right to'xerc1se the issuance of five h'indreJ certificates EuytoTalteSure to Cure Every Bottle GwaRteeflTHRCKSIZKSi
their attempt an entrance into the vault between ; -'
"of:the face value of $500';each, ,S5c. 5Oe, f l.OO. ,
and 'discharge the duties of
-WBi" powers :: ] the closing and opening hours.
r" *':- members. .of theBoard.of Control. purchased by the- Florida Bank andvnist -Tallahassee.Democrat.. IBALLAHD'S SNOW LINIMENT CO., ST. LOUIS Mfe, --

(" _.. 'This, authority Is'grantedon: the fol. Company.

_):i;. lowing conditions:,, ,That, proceedings The document covers eighteen typewritten Constipation. OLD AND RECOMMENDED BY T -

pages and among other various Health absolutely impossible, if constipation -
: : witWu"
: .shall commenced
be ten
::': from date thereof; that ;the' proceedings things ,recited' in the transfer Is'th be present. Many serious caw '

1.n'r: _': shall be, commenced in the Supreme stipulation that the registered of liver and kidney complaint have sprung

li=:,,",' Court 'of. the:. State.of Florida; owners of said.lands are entitled .to a from neglected constipation. Such a de- Southern Railway.EFrKCTITE

fj'- ':' .' .and,prosecuted to ;.speedy determination pro,rata share of the net proceeds of 'plorable condition- is unnecessary. Thereis

'- *'fi i--:. ; that the State. of Florida:shall the; sale of the '.fee simple estate ol" a cure for it. Herbine will speedily AUG. 6, W05.
'.tf "F Citrc-Pecan remedy matters. C. A. Lindsay, P. M., .,. .
:' incur no exp nse.on account of court the Seminole groves, No.Daily.30 .nO 34' Ko 29 No.33
:, ;. : : HetweenJ.uk oovUleandN".1'ork.
ever : Bronson, Fla, writes, February 12,1902: Da.lly. TL.iJ'n Y. U&UY.
whether if sold, and are entitled, to a
costs ,the judgment be for .
y. '. "Having used Herbine, I find it a fine 753 P == 910 a Lv Jacksonville, Fla.----So. By. Ar. 9"00 a._.. 820 p
rata of the annual dividend of
r against the'relator, and the.Attorney pro medicine for 50c. a bottle. 1215 8 -______ 120 p Lv.SavuanahGa.-_____-So..By. h. 450 a ...,._. 405 P
I General at time the the' net; profits arising, from the sale constipation. 1020 pAl'. Charlotte N. ._______.. By, Lv 950p.833 a
may -,anT cause :=
'' Eaa
: said proceedings 'to' be dismissed of fruits and nuts grown on the said Sold by Pharmacy -- -858a Ac Richmond, V ,___---80. Ry. Lv 1230 p -- 1130p

premises; said dividends'being payable Gallic Pharmacy, Eau Gallie, Fla. 9a---- 950 a Ar. Washington D. ..._..... By Lv, bl :-=- e iQp
,Judge Henry has 'written' in reply -1130 a Ar. Baltimore Std"-P. B.R Lv. 812 i ___ 822 p
: that the proceeding will be Instituted on the first' day of November of -- 145 pAr..PhiJadelphia. Pa._ __. ___Po R. R Lv. 3 S5 a .__ I 55 p
immediately..' each year, beginning November, '1910. CHANGE IN A NATIONAL SONG -- 415 P AI' New York N. Y.___..____P. R. R Lv. J210._: ____ 325 p T:

The,title to the said premises is to be Why the Swim Decided to Adopt aNew Nos. 33 and 34-"New York fend Florida Express." Daily Pullman Drawing Boom

*-: 3 PARDONS GRANTED held by the Florida Bank and Trust Anthem. Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. '
Noa. 29 and "Washington aud Florida Limited."
Daily Pullman Drawing Room
.. Company, trustees for- the owners of It is not often that a nation changes Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. -

1....'I Applications_ Considered. at a Recent, the said Seminole Citro Pecan certifi- its national hymn, says Reynolds'

". ..' Meeting of' the StatejBoard.The ; cates. Newspaper The Swiss have, however, No.D! 'I 20.y. Through. "ThuLend of the b k 7." io Duffy 29.
formally announced their intention of
The State Board of.Pardon, at a Griffing'Brothers, are among the sodoing and of the less well 755p Lv. JJacksonville Fla.-----_____....._ ___..__...........So. By Ar. OO a
'i ,:' session adopting 1215 a Lv. Savannah, Ga..-.----__________..____....-.._.___._...o. Ry Ar. 450 a
,,:: held in Tallahassee, November foremost citrus. and vegetable growers known ,Swiss psalm, or "Cantique 600 a Ar. Columbia 8. ..---------._..____...__......__._......5n. By. Lv. 115 a
Tf.t:. .2, ,1905, considered application of in the State Suisse," instead of the hitherto universally lOOp Ar. Asheville N. .,.-..----........____.--__.--___.____-- .. By. Lv. 41$ P'
i* Frank *sung "0 Monts Independants." 237 P Ar. Hot Springs. N.c.,_______..---.-----.-.-__.-- io. By. LT. 12 i3 a
.,., "'. Thomas' convicted. at the A Creeping Death. The 'of 600 pAr. Kuoxvillt', -..____.____________._________..r__ By. Lv I S5 a
..:..:?" : .( spring, 1887 term of the Circiut Court Blood poieon creeps up towards the latter reason has always this been change rendered is that the to 815 a AI' 'incinnatL Ohio------_____ _'_.__.____..__________.Q. \ Co LV" a f I p

ri:':. : in and for Clay County of the crime heart, causing death J.E. Stearns, Belle Carey's melody of'."God Save the Nos 29 and SO-Pullman Drawing Boom and Buffet Sleeping Cars bdweeo'Ja.cUonTille aDd
of Plains, Minn., writes that a friend dreadfully St. Louie, daily. '
E' assault and to the "
sentenced penitentiary .
which is
injured his hand, which swelled nf King identical also with the
!k\ for life;.and it,appearing that like blood poisoning. Bncklen's Arnica German "Heil Dir im Siegerkranz,"
No. 13 Between Jack ouvllle and the North aDd Welt.
,;<. .,.- the said Frank ,Thomas had served salve drew,out the poison, healed the and the Swiss are beginning to find -I- No. It I

t, ; nearly nineteen wonnd and saved<< hiss life. Best in the this sameness too confusing. Hence- --..-.. 745 p Lv. Jacksonville. 80. Ry--...--....__......__......Ar. 8 85 a ._-._
: : years imprisonment world for burns,and sores. 25c. at Red forward, therefore they will change ____no 300 a Ar. Iacon. 80. $y.-..._..__...___...______.Lv. 215 a __._
= F,: and demeaned himself,well during all Cross Pharmacy. -....-- 520 a Ar. Atlanta So. $y------........_._._.Lv. l1l1O 1 ____
F < that time, he their tune to one which shall be Heirs ------- 9 45 Il Ar. Chattanooga, So By-...--.-----____:_________-Lv. 115 Pl.>>j____
s-- was
p r>>-,. *wT granted a condl- Automobile Line In Dade County only, and Indeed the melody accompa- -------- 740p Ar Cincinnati, Queen & ________________ 830x!j:___u_ .

tional pardon. nying the words "Sur nos moats qiund .-..--- 8 40) P IO"B'L'r: ,. )___....__._..._....L V. 710 ,-
The board also considered the application Messrs. Lorton & Einig are now perfecting le soldi,". etc., of the "Cautique ------- 710 a Ar Chicago, Big Four Route- ..._...____.__._.Ly. 830 p ar.-:____

of Dallas D. Miller, con plans for operating an automobile Suisse" is If anything more inspiring == 8 35 P Lv.Cincinnati, PonD. Lines.-___,______Ar. T.. __
710 a Ar. Chicago, Penn. Lines_ .......___...._ _.
victed at the spring 1900 term ,of the line between here and West than the old one. =.:.:.::: Lv. 840 a//...___

I x, Circuit Court.in' and 'for Jackson Palm Beach during the coming sea It'is also by a true son of the AI;' ', D.-Monona.---------&r.' : __..___

I of son. -It is their intention to one Zwyssig, to whom a monumentwas -945 L v. Cincinnati, C. H. '.' -
County the
crimes of forgery 'and operate ------- P eoJUte.; Cent.----Ar. .Ti ______
erected on the Lake of the "Four __ 520 a Ar. Tul\'do: C. H. & D.-Mich. Cent-----.__._
nu Lv.
I j false a daily schedule, a car leaving West 1140 p _
and sentenced to. the Cantons" a few years ago. That the ------ 72i a Ar. Detroit, C. H. d -li'h.. Cent.________ ..Lv. 1000 P ____

penitentiary for terms of ten and sev Palm Beach and*Miami every morningat "late" national anthem cau have had == 830 P 1.1' ('jnrinnati, Penn -____._____.__.___.. 830 a ==

en years vronning concurrently; and a stated hour, returning in the aft- but a small hold on the people's affec- ------- 555 a Ar Pitt.sburJ Penn. Lines----------__________Lv 815 p _____

,. '. it appearing that' said Dallas D. Miller ternoon. 'Six of the latest touring cars tions is proved by the way the "new ::=: 930 P Lv. (incinnati Big Four.._................._.._..Ai 650.'==
IJ 45 a Ar. f'1t'\'eland, Big Four.__._......_
------- ...__...___ Lv. 930 _
has will be inx service three of which one is readily accepted on all sides. pl.1 -
served practically five are
of ..... 1530 1-
T., years -- P Lv.l.pxiollton. 80. Ry_----_-----..--_.......Ar. 10 W ......
said sentence and demeaned himself :now here. They will have a seating ------- 810 P Louisville, 'So. $y.-...-...-..........._.....-Lv. 740 .1.__
;': -well while in custody; and numerous capacity 0four persons each, besides ------- 732 a .,r. f't. I!>uis. So By--------__..___.____.__._. -Lv. 1010 p--__

Influential the driver the of. : ... and .,='The Florida "
o citizens Jackson,'Washington ,. and run sixty odd = ? Limited. Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Through,Day

' ;., \ and Calhoun Counties petitioning uiiles will be made in four hours or Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars, Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati

:. for clemency the saM Miller less. Many_private cars have made No. 5 No, 13 Between Jacksonville aDd Kansas \.
No. J.t Xo.6
E ': was granted a conditional pardon. his trip though it has been marred in I
= ------- 74.; p LT' Jacksonville FJa, So. Ry--______
-Ar. ___
1 The board also considered the ap- he past by a stretch of twenty miles ,Seedsar. ------- 520 a Ar. Atlanta Oa.. 80. Ry---..-___________Lv. 11 935 So a _.__
: ; :. f road. This of the .------ 12 01 8 Ar Birmingham. Ala., So Ry--------.. p
plication of William Gurley, convicted > unpaved part _______Lv. 4 05 P _._
known by what have 805
they pAr. ,
J ------- TenD" Frisco--____
at the spring 1897 term of the Circuit route, however, is now being rocked grown. For half a century they __ ___ 940 Ar. Kansas --------Lv. 8 15 a ____
have been the standard-haven't n a City, )10. ----___-____________ 630 P ____ .
y; I Court In and.for,,EscaDba County and it is expected:: that it will have failed once to produce bigger,better
crops than any others. Sold Nos. 13 and 14-'The Florida I.imited." Daily.
': of the crime of manslaughter and been: completed by January t, when by all dealers. INS heed An. EXCELLENT DINING
Baal free to all applicants.D. CAR SERVICE.
x ,;: sentenced to the. penitentiary for Jne of the finest and most picturesque J. C.LURK,District Passenger Agent 108 Welt
Bay Street
M. FERRY & CO., ,
a !- twenty years, and it appearing that thoroughfares for automobile and bicycling Detroit, Mich. S.C.II.H.ACKERT.(:. M. W. .TAYLOEG.P.A.
-_ said William Gurley has served practically in the south will be available. BROOKS HOJUL1N.A. O. P.A. = .

,<: -i. l nine years of said sentence and Miami Metropolis. If
,, has demeaned himself well during said '
. ,
;, Arlie Latham, a member of last sea
(: '. time; that he is broken in health and ,
son's Cincinnati baseball team, has Chamberlain'sCoughRemedr The
.= : crippled from a gunshot wound and Bridgeport
" been selected as manager of the Jacksonville -
_, numerous citizens of E&cambla and
Jays for the season of 1906.i'he .
i( '.; other counties, including the Judge
"' '
Stetson University football
: :. who tried the case, petitioning for I_ "The Motor that
? team in
& a game played at DelandSaturday

.' .!',' ,.. clemency, the said. William Gurley defeated the Jacksonville Motes"t
; was granted a conditional -
". pardon. Light Infantry team by the score of Simple jt-
The board .also. considered the application Reliable, Durable -5
g 12 to 0.Advice. *
!. :r \ of Harry White, convicted Guaranteed to run

at the spring 1901 term of the Circuit to the Aged.Age 'i t and give satlsfaitlanMakes

! Court in and for St. Johns
County of brings infirmities, such as slut- ; ltL motor-boating a pleasure
' ':: the crime'of murder, and sentenced rub bowels, weak kidneys and blade lill':! 1, Makes working-boats increase 4 f *

C: .. to the penitentiary for life, said application .der and TORPID LIVER.Tull'sPiIIs. profits 't
; "t
&' was denied.. Study our methods of construction F
;:..",:, The board also adopted the following .f.
it i and you will discover why s
resolution, and requested that the The Children's Favorite

:!2-': ::: same be given full publicity to-wit: CUBES-- "THE BRIDGEPORT'is a'
Coughs' Colds Croup and
.;: *. "Resolved, That from and after this ,
I btveisMCffic effect OB these organs, Whooping Cough. "Motor that Motes" .
t date whenever an application for tfaHdatJaf the
par. Nwels.c.asflletbelll Thta ....
remedy famoo for Ito
to CVTM orer tr
' to thU board perform their Batml functions u Urge of the f
don has been presented part etrtllzed world. It can
iaytwtbaadIMPARTING always be depended upon IteonUinino j BRIDGEPORT MOTOR
CO. IarA
._ and considered bye the board and denied VIGOIi.--- opium or other harmful drug and mar be .
linn U eoned nuy to
a baby u to an adult -
or Judgment withheld; that the to the kidneys,bladder and LIVER. Price 25 eta: Large Size, 50 ctn.e I loth tWo and tires e.i instruction Bridgeport Conn.

.i/t ,# said application shall not again ben They.adapted to oU ud young. ,
F. ;
'r. : HITCHCOCK & CO., Agents TftwUto
,'.. ,Florida. ,
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SOCIOLOGICAL.. J 'JTGod's r. The;.,COI. grep .IIt1 __ ... i; '*
the truth'Is'hat; : the''majoritr:the i '"
t: { :. 1mslpunation: :'at.' 1." Plan'* r r"I I; people"of:the:time:have. ;not Joined In t> of' > l J

:,, .,, thY;marcb'ottmodern .theological prog f -
.; >i'a meeting,at'Washington'attendeil'MSy'a =: \ : zreasf !ti3V.
The secular 'alaost unanimously
of the lletnodis .t :
majority :
.condenrathe'act of exclusion..
>> :{." :'
.Episcopal bishops'Bishop John! William Btiaa to Praiw; 'Taintad'Gift. /" ;;';/ "

,Hamilton. .of.. San Francisco declare: ,"
In a:sermon afi Slniil temple; Chica- y
that the typical American of the future
.' go.. Dr.Emil G. .Hirsch k the'position *-: ?

would' be that "while. ;It."was j the- duty- oVa, :J: J,:
born 'of theamalgamation
multimillionaire to endow- churchesf. jf-:,_

hospitals and schools it was.immoral'. :}

bPa'f' .t of all the: races to,praise him;for jbla 'gift.. He_argued K.: <

y and. that those that the gift was an:act of restitution. .a
.j. _
'- u, very 'persons ...'
0' 1b'I
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!" -JI' "b .."",.., .- .
.t -r J- J' "" ; from Canton. were1 attacked; by : :
f.?. -? u A...nP1.wItiii"'Prlft. .. e.Charks.; 'natives .. 'blood will be 'Four out five unions In the **
.r 4 .. '.. '. the; ; accordingio\a-report; .:received of of the .?. : :\
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.g"'f'h-t ... i f. ";:" 'hi, :'",IorpeEtaa" ,] 'c; -. by, a''voteofjWftb ,, ;"at'..Hongkong,' ..the.Bev.. Mr.. EXECUTIVEA I. \ grandparents orgreat.grandpar textile trade at Fall River, Mass. .e ,! fbave' {$: '
"" } W. ,Wadopted the'proposiition.ofempowered, 'Peale,::1Ir Machle'and her daughter ;
-i "f1.' k .. .: Bishop Hamilton. and voted In favor of accepting the e ,.
.tom {? rite" .. ,,!thtit. ; It...(.be Dr; Chestnut,, beIn murdered, while 'Messenger From King Edward VII. men : compromise offer made by the :;I..
< "" v Russian
Japanese .
.n.-.r-- partly Chinese
..c..1l : ; :
h>; -. ....:. ; wtth"Prince< Charles' Dr.,Machle and Miss Patterson swap-
;.t 1.,.... @ te .. .J.L "" .\ with : Prince Louis of Battenberg, the bear Jew, southern European and dus facturers' association. This Is for a 4 i'11 .k

,f<:..J.j.a. ? :;- -:|l) ,ina.. .' ,'irtttithe, understanding--. "that. ed wounds;: ,The'mission' bulldSnp"were or o':o: a special-message from.the' king ky African. .Some of his bearers were 5 per cent Increase in .wages,. with a' tii .
.1Y ;t''f..7 :
: : #the: wishes -o the'peopie be consulted destroyed. of sliding scale of profit sharing:.contin- '.. =
: .j r \ .: 4- V England: to President Roosevelt'ar so offended that they left the church,
i1b 'J:.{ i1.by.: iefe2ndnm;=0n;the acme day the rived at'' Annapolis, M&, on board the but the bishop went right on and Said i gent- on the relation of the'price of. 'f >

.; :. ;c -' >i|union flag Jij.struck through Sweden, :POLITICALBoth j I warship Drake .and was. received with it was .God's plan that race prejudices I wool to the price of print cloth. **-.

"ti li Isand the;"ancient'ensign! of/ century royal honors by the American naval in time should be wiped away and that i 8,065,672 People 'In New York State. x:t. ..
?j- t :itg0.'was everywhere displayed and sa'luted Parties. .For Roosevelt 4 officers and by Governor Warfleld of the American of the future would havebecome The official figures "of the New York :' <:'

ti; b'!' : ., :.Tto.gOTsroiBJitot' Jit Washington Walter'. Wdiman, thtf' .Washington Maryland. A reception was' given In "the composite type .of all the state census disclosed a population of j'I's

fA.ij.1k..'j'i : '- c Ha- <_; U.\:charge- d'af- correspondent of the Chicago Record- his honor at the White House' when.he races of the earth"Doctors 8.006,672, of which 4,01i804 Is represented $, h""

.falr.. .. i rnJ.r.'jt.t reached Washington., War on Quack Ads. in the population of 'Greater'Y
:.. that. -
"' Herald, writes leading politicians z
ChAttack Admiral Train New York. The state's population in -
-f if'.i.' : In Wirtless! Touch At its one' hundredth anniversary
S Are predicting! that Roosevelt will President 7
While "; } A4m1ra1 Charles J.erotthef now 1800 was 7,268,8M, and that of the metropolis -
't' ; meeting the Medical Society of New
be'nominated the Democrats and The sea voyage of President Roosevelt 3437202. t
by was
!riih ,q| ".id ,American from New Orleans ended with his York passed resolutions protesting :

,7 y -'da1t Ic ieet.ud',.. hls'.son,. Lieutenant Indorsed by the Republicans for president safe arrival at the capitol on the cruiser against what is regarded as "this crim- Morton Statue Unveiled.
I '
: '
1 .;.;-, ,. 6 :ehrle : ;R jTt'aJD.. Wen gunning for In 1908. He;says that a movement West Virginia. During'the entire inal alliance between quacks and certain The statue of J. Sterling Morton, best \ j

; 'C' ", "pheasants outside In this direction has already been known as the founder of Arbor day '
:,'. voyage he had been in almost constant newspapers in. the city and else- t
rt :J: ;of Nankin launched as .the outcome of the presi touch with land by means of wireless where" and declaring that .In the c, while he was secretary of agriculture 4s ,

I }:; 'i f China--': the admiral 'dent's triumphal,tour,of the south.. ,He telegraphy. While his ship was in the courts of honor and conscience and In the Cleveland'cabinet, was unveiled I}'

"Is" !' chanced calls, witness. : a number 'off leading gulf of Mexico a*wireless message was morals, If not in the courts of the law, at Nebraska City, ex-President Cleve- '"

. t to hit',a Chinese Democrats from the'. south who favor received at the,Washington navy yard. the' newspapers that publish these land delivering the principal address. f y r

;; ? woman this course, which It Is thought would Messages were also received as far false and' filthy advertisements "are First Snow,For the West k;

t r e !J:'with bird shot absolve Roosevelt from his pledge not inland as Cleveland. O. During the in nowise less guilty than these char- The last day of October was markedby '

a : '. ,..Soon. ..hundreds to be a candidate again.Setback trip the president took the greatest In. latans themselves." The ,society also the falling of the first mantle of v

:'; of natives gath For'City Ownership.On terest in every detail of the ship' even tenders thanks to the Ladles' Home snow over the states between the Mississippi -

<,.. ered. and mobbed two test votes In the city councilof shoveling coal under. the boilers to Journal and Collier's Weekly for their and the Rockies except in the _

:" ,,: ,r the' American Chicago, Mayor Dunne and the prop- please'the. stokers. recent effort to expose this criminal southern tier.'e
; .: : alliance.
'om--, osition for immediate municipal .ownership Public Printer Appointed Accidents.The .
', ',,. #44
,; .taking away
,of. city street railways were detested Charles A. Stilllngs 'of Boston has California express on the SantaFe
their '
:: .pasting guns the re by more than two to one been appointed public printer' of the I SCIENTIFICA I' was derailed In a walled cut near ,',

',: 'Jo, .Gillette. Report Lifts' VEIL United States. His residence recentlyhas Kansas City, Mo.; causing the death l'
American ,
,. ..-,, __ esliteiiAamfai The report of Major Casalus Gillette been New'York city, where he was Rival of twelve persons and the injury of 'Y
: con sent t to the Mammoth Cave.An t
:."" Train.: the army: engineering expert and John manager ot' the printers' board oJ twentyfive.Six .
:' .: the rescue and underground passageway bas
if D. ,MacLeanan. employed by Mayor trade. He is thirty-two years old and officials were killed by an explosion
# retaining Lieutenant!Train
as hostage.
been discovered Glasgow
has been in the business for recently near '
: Weaver to Investigate .the work ofPhiladelphia's printing in the Hazel Kirk mine near
tr 1; The;aI i mint feature,of then Incident Junction, Ky. by a physician
contracting. combine In sixteen years. He was indorsed not Monongahela, Pa. while they were investigating
;' however, was that the local Chinese officials '
named .Hazen which is said to rival In
f" connection with the city filtration only by the Massachusetts senators a slow fire.
supported'the action of the mob plant has disclosed the fact that with but by many printing houses. beauty and extent the Mammoth cave. The blowing out of the bead of a f

-. in/attacking the ,admiral and capturing. a' 20 per cent allowance for profit The Remedy For Desertions. Sleeping Sickness Explained.The large boiler in the central'power station -
t son'
his Prompt made
: ,by:.the Chinese; government.reparation was. the work that has been done should During the year ending June 80 there British government commission of the United States Electric Light r

-- i; have cost $0,330,000 less'than it did were 6,523 desertions from the enlist headed by Colonel D. Bruce which has company at Washington killed two

.; ',&ar ..ftunrvndere: People! and in spite of this much of the work ed force of the army, which is 6.8 per been working since 1902 on the mys- men instantly and badly injured three.

After_ virtually the whole Russian has been of second class quality. Be- cent of the whole number, as comparedwith terious and fatal sleeping sickness or One of the principal street car lines

people! .had'.taken. either active or pas.alve'part sides, the experts accuse the combine an average of 4.5 per cent for the lethargy prevalent in central Africa was put out of business for several '

in the revolt' against the system with being responsible for at least ten years ending 1904. Speaking of reports that it is now definitely known hours, and a part of the city was with-. s

of absolute and autocratic govern 1,200.deaths. from typhoid In the last this evident increase in desertions, General that this disease is caused by a blood out light.

ment centering in the person of the twenty months since the date when the I Alnswortb. the military secretaryof Pjarasite, conveyed to the body by the The Swedish steamer Johan and the '

cur, the present wearer of that exalted plant might have been completed. It the army, said that the only real bite of a fly. Russian bark Antares collided and

title Nicholas IL, under the unan Is shown how outside contractors never remedy is for the public to socially Proof of Current Around Pole. foundered in the North sea recently,

,Imou'advice of his ministers, formally bad notice of the lettiugs and haw con- ostracize the deserter and treat him as and twenty-six of the crews were
President H. G. Bryant of the Geographical
,; signed Oct. 23, a full and ex- tracts were improperly'drawn so as a criminal. Some of the reasons given drowned.
Society of Philadelphia an-
? pllclt surrender of his autocratic pow- to limit the bidding to the favored con- the .
for the increase are the abolition of
of form nounces that two of the Bryant-Mel- Best Liniment on Earth.
and constitutional
er of government grant a < cerns. canteen, the monotony of garrison life, ville casks which were set adrift several Henry D.. Baldwin, Supt. City Water
Cashier Blamed Andrews. the amount of study and work
Dead greater
"; The czar's manifesto; In brief, proposes years ago in the polar sea have Works, ShullsburjT, Wis., writes: "I have .
,'.first. "to co-ordinate and unify It is known positively that Cashier required and the ability to obtain good been found and that their path proves tried many kinds of liniment, but I have

the of.the central) government" Clark of the Enterprise National bankof employment in civil life, but General the existence of a current from Bering never received much benefit until I used
powers Allegheny prior to his suicide had Alusworth believes that the principalcause strait arouad the circumpolar basin to Ballard's Snow Liniment for rheumatism
by granting the population( inviolability written a letter to his family in which Is "that Americans are not a the Atlantic ocean. and pains. I think it the best linimenton

of person and freedom of conscience he laid the blame for his financial condition military people." earth. 25c., 60c. and $1.00. SoIJhy,

speech, union and association; second, on W. H. Andrews, the New The actual strength of the military I I Red Cross Pharmacy and Ean Gallie
to permit' all classes of the population Mexico delegate whose railroad establishment on June 30 was 3,800 officers Pharmacy, Ean Gallie, Fla.
to have a share In the election of the
: and 57,433 men In the regular
schemes had been kept going on capi-
coming:national assembly, and, third,
tal loaned by Clark's bank. The federal army; 26 officers and 550 men in the Mitchell Guilty.
by making the rule that no law can bank experts say that this failure Porto Rican provisional regiment and The board of bishops of the Methodist Sunshine .
come into force without the approval of in
I your
U the worst on record and that the 108 officers and 5.093 enlisted men in church, in session at Washington,
the parliament and that the said legislature
_. bank' $2,800,000 of assets were com- the Philippines scouts making a total sustained by a narrow majority the
.. shall have real in
participation Home
pletely wiped out of 3,934 officers and 63.022 men. charges of heresy preferred against H.
supervising the acts of the czar's ml ilsterL ,
In of Uniform. G. of Hebrew In the
.The government must not resist A Net Windup at NOw York. Defense Mitchell professor

:. ',. the decisions of the duma. The The last, week o(the vote hunt at Secretary of the Navy Bonaparte has Boston university. Fifty-two times a year is assured R

czar promises to avoid repressive measures New York developed Into one of the dismissed from the service the em- Discussing Unitarian Exclusion.

:'> as to everything which does not most exciting battles that the city has ployee of the Norfolk navy yard who Nearly all of the church papers are to you if you

,openly menace society. witnessed in many years. It was con- refused to lease a room In his house to discussing the decision of the committee -
: confirmation of the czar's sides that McClellan had a machinist's mate of the reserved torpedo -
As all
;: if In ceded on of the coming Interchurch confer-
of Count and the widespread en- flotilla on account of the neighborhood's
sincerity, the appointment no walkover ence of federation to refuse admissionto
a4 Witless president of the committee of thusiasm shown for Hearst frightened prejudice against all Jack tars. the distinguished delegates: of the

ministers, or premier, was published on Tammany almost into a panic, so that He says that the department has alwaystie Unitarian church-namely, Dr. Edward

.5-: the same day In the Official Gazette. the full power of its organization was everything in its power t& protectthe E. Hale, ex-Secretary John D. 'Long illustrated weekly paper,

: However sincere may have been theczar's brought' into action. In its effort to service from any form of affront or and Dr. Samuel A. Elliott, presidentof printed in Jacksonville and .
this critical moment "toefface1 Hearst the Tammany Indignity "on .the part of those mem-
r :" desire at stem the rising the Unitarian association. The evangelicals published everywhere. ii
:<' ; himself, the actual word used managers made at least one serious bers of the community who are so
say that the exclusion of Unitarians -
{': !'- In bis'manifesto: and notwithstanding blunder in using the American flag for lacking In patriotism and good senseas la Just as reasonable as it
thus granted the revolutionary banners along- to consider the uniform a reason
J the concessions political purposes on
; would be to put A. K. Taylor
,' 1. spirit of large sections of the side the red flag of anarchy, attributedto for social. discriminations against itswearer' anarchists out

',- country appears to have been little, if Hearst, followed by the question t s of a good -

"..:" .iii' I any, checked by this eleventh hour sur "Under which flag?" This was in direct Moro Leader Slain.Cata1l confer-government Makes the cartoons and all the y
: [ reader On the contrary, it served only violation of the law, and it was McCoy and a detachment of '
The Out-
't": further to Inflame that spirit by demonstrating recognized by Mayor McClellan him- the Twenty-second infantry and the ence.look other pictures.

.:, ,the otter weakness of the self who promptly ordered all of the Fourth cavalry ended a tin day campaign explains '
that the denomInational 1'1
': 4c< autocracy. There were scenes of rejoicing banners down. This however was against the Moro insurgents of

-', .'.1,' In Bt Petersburg and Moscow, not until after numerous. riots had occurred Mindanao with a fight in which the bodies Claude Engle
which agreed to 4
i and after some hesitation the strikes during which some of the offensive I rebel leader Datto All, and eleven of #

:': -r< at those cities were declared off, and banners were torn down. It his followers were killed two of his come together

: : many of the men returned to work butt was, in fact part of the Democratic wives and forty-three of his henchmen "regarded the In pungent editorial paragraph?

: l'f throughout south Russia, Russian Poland plan to raise the cry of anarchy against captured. The American loss was two invitation as ac- looks after the things that F

k'v& and Finland the revolt became Hearst by recalling the charge that his men killed and one wounded.No ceptable 0 n 1 ybecause
universal. Pillage and massacre it had need attention.
:.J open and I newspapers were indirectly responsible ''

..he, '1i became the order..of theiday at for the assassination of President I II I Poison in Chamberlain's Conch ''- been confined

r :'Z A Odessa, and the horrors of Ki&hlneff McKlnley. Nearly all of the papers Bemedy to evangelical WARM BRIGHT FACINATLXGLY
t ,
From Napier, New Zealand Herald Edward Everett Hale. ,
: denominations"and
:' .;. Where repeated a hundredfold, It being and the betting odds for a week past
Jews were slain by Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of that tide committee had to base its CLEVER {
t<, reported that 5,000 Indicated the triumph of District New South Wales, Australia, bad an
mob assisted by the troops. Every the machinationsof decision as to the admission of dele-
} ;< Jerome over analysis made of all the cough medicinesthat
*'i. ,. f where the demand 'was made for am-' the 'bo aes.V Mr. Ivlns, the Republican I were sold in that market Out of the gates upon the relation of the church

,"'"',?fi.1;::;-.-e'.:e.. neety, and a partial measure was grant candidate Insisted that the i entire list they found ,only one that they bodIes concerned rather than on an estimate That's the Sun

':--5 t': eeL Press censorship was abolished strength of the municipal ownership declared was entirely free from all pois- of Individual character. The

is;.. -e Demands* were also made for land I iY movement' would mean so" large a de- ons. This exception was Chamberlain's Christian Advocate defends the exclusion j

{:. : ,\ grants to peasants. The massing of fection from Tammany that the ordI- Cough Remedy, made by the Chamber. by saying that the greater part of U you pay to read this paper-you j

'. German forces along the Russian nary Republican vote would elf ct him lain Medicine Company Des Moines, the work of the conference will depend can read THE SUN too, I'-:
( Iowa U S. A. The absence
of all
frontier gave'color to the report that mayor. He insisted on making the same cities makes this remedy the safest and upon "the evangelical interpretation of WITHOUT EXTRA EXPENSE :; ': iG

} the kaiser was preparing to lend aid to kind of a 8&ht'th t Jerome was making best that can he had; and it is with a the presence and mission Of Christ"and "

A the czar. The resignation of M. Pobsdonottseff. against party bossism. The Hearst feeling of security that any mother can adds that the Unitarian conceptionof

ir procurator general of the managers offered large rewards for the give it to her little ones. Chamberlain's Christ Is as far from ours as the Ask us or write us and

t.9> holy'synod, who for years has been the' conviction of Illegal, voters, charging Cough Remedy is especially recommended best strictly human being that ever

f chief obstacle to liberal progress InRussia'was extensive plans to defraud through Illegal by its makers for coughs, colds, croup lived is from God." The Church Stand-

a.further sign of the collapse registration. They made answerto and whoopingconjrli. This remedy i la: for ard says that if there Is anything on \W11 tell you how.

;: of the bureaucracy. | to charge of private property con-. sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. which the Unitarians are agreed It U






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-.r::., ,Sam and Elsie Cain arrived I kept YOU WILL ENJOY _

? Friday from Carrsville, Ky., and will P. weeks
of popular'brands of We
that any oar cigars.
i\ :; <: the winter with Mr and Mrs. Jas. a trial. i receive them fresh from the manufacturers -
l.\ '. ." and that's why -.i _

\ f..r' Guy Mahan and Herbert Mitch Mrs. THEYRETAL_ THEIR FINE FLAVOR v

< 't I, of Hampton, Ky., ;came Saturday to heard and are uniform in quality Oar -cheap i.
the winter :Mr. Mahan is-a cousin for We cigars smoke better than most expensive :
l .t. : f
Jas. A. Taylor. ;Ken ones bought elsewhere. Weil'made cigars i:
i-W f.. ago, from selected tobacco well cured t
-'t G, G. Harmon with his wife and VV. good makes an exquisite smoke. We have

< .. A children also his brother Virgil, of here that kind. i-

I f.l ", Ky. arrived last Friday to make ,,: RED CROSS. PHARMACY V .
( their future home. to of '
Edd Patillo, Osteen, came ,over .,

: place Thursday, bringing with i
-' Mr.Vinn, from Rome, Ga. Mr. U.' 7

intends to ship his oranges right '
giant & GRAHAM .
z I built at ,

a pleasant "Kentucky party" and sev CO.,

i. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. : and (Incorporated Paid up Capital $25,000.00.) .
--' t'c. A.Taylor Saturday evening. There \ and This.company owns lands
twentytfour Kentuckians! present. '"! in the Indian River Coon :-i:

evening was pleasantly passed with try,on the St, Lncie River,
; "
;t at New River and on Bis
and music on the organ, violin cayne Bay. .j
,. guitar. writes

B NKCK -GUNS PAIRED. "as for land list. V

made gun springs warranted disease of all, OFFICES AT .
to break. Every one carefully tested. 2.99 differ. TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.
tnf stocked. Leave your gun at Pritch- but got

j'r hardware store.H.. BEXECKE, Electric effect, The Alpine Cottage

s s .Box 121, Titusville, Fla. man,
Under the management of Mrs Kate
1 .
4 d' Haired Student. Oraaoiie. ; ;price Myers, assisted; by F. A. Lesley,

: haired students of Washburn TiTUSVILLE, FLA.
have organized an incandescent ---.

.'. to exploit the achievements of red The Engine is the Heart of the Boat Daily or Weekly Board.
4 people says a Topeka (Kan.) House Newly Furnished.
to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. -
assert that most of the big events Don't have a good boat; witha Everything First Class.

either were planned or exe- bad heart. Don't spoil Location Hopkins .
r:?: a vacation : street, near Julia.J.L.MOBLEY ,
: by red haired men or men with or a cruise because of a .
r L haired ancestors. It Is expected poor, uncertain engine. Regal
extend the club to all the other marine enginesare four cycle ,
in America. AH the notable *
automobile with ,
z type
w : jump
done by red haired people are
; ... compiled in book form. The offi spark i ignition. Rated 1J h. p., Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kal-

of the Washburn club are Rlcb- J 3 h. p. and 5 h. p. in single cyl somining Hanging,, Staining at the ,moat Finishing reasonable and Paper
V Wells, president and Ethel Le- inder, 8 h. p. and 15 h. p. in consistent with good workmanship.
F' secretary. double cylinder, and 30 h. p. in .
t If" I four cylinder engines. Work anywhere on the East. Coast

, ; ...-:. -.Write for nearest agentDon't Specially solicited. Let me know what
. 't-: ', you want and get my estimate on it
r fZ-o: : make uy kind of arrangement Prompt attention given to all work.

:(. r'' \ Ayers about an engine until
i .
i t V you see our catalogue 12. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET .

f/ 'fS1...: r Regal Gasoline Engine Co., Coldwater, Mich o. P. DURE3 Aunt,

,.( nature three helps, and Also manufacturers of the famous Regal Stationary Engines.
'i3-:: every case of con' === Florida and

4...:. V i. will recover. Fresh E. L. BRADY & BRO.,
Rt ( most important of all. WesternHeats

,;...,\},..- Groceries Grain and all
::"..:[" Cherry Hay, Food Products. '-

: We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
in the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices
t:;. : : Pectoral Grain and all Groceries delivered at 01
: .? ::_ { I your station. E. L. BEADY & BRO 'fI 8VILU:.FLAStaple of all Ms

V: food comes next. t AGONER &
I' ;; : CO.t TITUSYILLE -j
n, a medicine to control i FLORIDA.

s f cough any good and heal doctor.the lungs. I and Fancy GroceriesHay'VEGETABLES Produce'ruit 01' all and Kinds r NOTICE TO BON-1u s1DENT.

; 'r. first used Ayet'i Cherry Pectoral S3 year A SPECIALTY the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, in .
I have ttrn terrible cases of lunir di>- and for Brevard ;
lam without it." County-In Chancery
i road I'J it. never Titusville
ALBCUT (i. HAMILTOX, M tietu, Ohio. I I Plorida. E. Mitchell

r n .5Oc..'1.00... 3.C...AY1R. CO... VI. I m for Divorce.
r / for 1n4 1I \ld"{ SAN MATEO Elsie MitchelL ,
Mitchell, Residence unknown
.; ,
Consumption n-X ou are hereby required to appear to the
.....r.j... .. v.t.t'f. The success of the San Mateo Cigar the Bill above of Complaint filed herein against you in
!! fc is one of the cause on or before the lit
F .{ : .: U.t; demands dailY action of the greatest triumphsof day of January, 1906
f- if. .. AM nature with Ayer'. Pills. the East Coast since the freeze. THE FLORIDA STAB is hereby designated kfas ,
?.. aRf. '. ., Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of the newspaper k which this..order hall be
*"" Florida and the published once a week
Island of Cuba for eight consecutive
f : can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East weeu. i
Coast plantations, the cigar industry of the
baa never produced I better article. Witness my baud and seal of said this
court :
t.. : Des cwge. Taeiee soda.0.. For sale by all the l leading hotels and clubs and bv the Union News the 2nd day of November A. D. 1905. '
; m tml. acrd e a on train Florida. Company [ **
: every entering !-] A. A. S'rewAgr, _,. ::
Manufactured by s. W. Clerk Circuit Court, f. ,
,. : \ ROWLEY San Mateo Fla.! A. Stewart D. C. .
': .. I F.J. Webb, Solicitor for Complainant. .-1'


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;.""'''\. ..3J'I{ L' .: r iBd. -eo-persistentthitt'they'bave'liad .Hon.. Frank. Clark, who: will take 26..to 40.cents, due to the .scarcity-' ,'- I ;
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'T ;;;;""' '' ;;' ; ... I,; ; > his seat in Congress,next month, fruit. f>. :, .
'' : spent good
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> to:yield-and .
i>"S .. ...981 rx_w Schoolhu. more -YiiaTc '' < consequence *,great 1>"' ; .
':,,"'1'-- ,- *v.aa -*--r w ** *. -' Beard of AngkBEEfcSIEWARIXO last Friday; In Fort Pierce 'and 'Something' like 35,000 'to 40,00G- ::: e
h-- ., IIVV'0 & deal of stuff,that. lacks'color has :
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1..fS' d i4 W.i5Ctia17')0 -r -- 'J P ItIopii cut.from here, taken to_ the Indian' River Inlet, two boxes of oranges-and grape fruit..a.-e ;. r

:'t > '' '' .... .I rlmary tf mile north of here accompanied by arriving week, the great bulk .oft. .k.
;:;?se iUtt. .is: -- ,. uisa Gf 'rit ,: The;orange crop of..Orange:county per
& :'-'" ,j.- ".9tieeditr11- -' '" > : is excellent and Acting nFee, ;;Alderman, Dittsmar.Judge which are oranges. These figures:,of
fad the conservative growersand
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ne.dltcUy& .
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1tt 1.. > : :be iockgrowerar Gs
< : Otis re-shipment '
!;"'; < ,; -' --'P 1- ahlppera estimate that the L. Parker.. Mr. Hemming course include stock for : .
i1FlttbiState .jctiMt. Rte. .shipmenta -
:#{ : : Fa1r. Chas. of show' wide ..
and S After Auction
prices a
: ; J Emerson oranges
,: $ ,, ." : for thls season :will, exceedtlioae :
j{ '- '
c :! MWPlWoodnien: '.of'the_ : :' of last season'by 15,000 or 20KK ,- viewing the' inlet Mr. Clark thoughtit range,, poor stock selling as low, .as !==

; Werld $ IiibeOfPDJzecf; IIi \ necessary to it 'and $1.65, box but fairly good fruit
M1amlrl was keep _
J ., < )' boxes. open per !
< :> 'a" 'sa '-'::;tiy a4, .. I >.> ."ii' .-% t The. fruit if of a good ife-
j *
). T1i ,,'-<.paa. -. -e- '"grOweri. .btseffn,.; .. will I Mclboorne and Fa4=Plirtc; quality, and. while very few groveshave will.,probably recommend' that 1tJe_ easily realizes $2.25 to $2.75.
nOY'j. dredged out next Grape fruit is a trifle firmer, .the.
;;.6t:,' &beQt\IO.OOCr.\oxe, flits; easolL -"'- ,,\t.'J. beeen slightly affected by the year. v _,
1' !: ': That evening in with recent decline in prices caving cause
white company
Fonaacoa Journal' .hue 'puicbaaed"theCold \ fly, ,as a general thing the 'crop

:: ,Pres plant. In; ..that c_ j .. ..M It perfect Judge Parker, Mr. Clark left for Jen shipments,to. hold. up.very materially. '

'X'. ', : sent where he was met ly a numberof With lighter supplies,, there was 'an __ aESS
11 sti_ I Oranges .
''It. :; efforU are selling here .
;-t.;;","" Il i':. Further) are being: made by now at
<- '1. of the 25 bo SO. cents box. Wd r
:W\ J: :<' W f from $1.10 to L25 box'on members GUbert's Bar advance of per, :: .,::
A1MCktui coantyi'w1U have. \a spenn47ly .. Robert. .Meddaniee, ,of_Tampa. io secure $ per the best .of"" '* is!
trees The-: Yacht Club, and citizens, who. .entertained i I: Is hard to get $4.00 for the very *
1.4 ;
: tootexhibit' a pardon for Walton-L. Taylor, who growers are generally ,
at the 'State
them Saturday taking them however $3.75 being generally \ l
on grapefruit ; -, j
r.f' : st-LIng the fruit in the orchard .
+ sentence this 1
):> is serving
!: in 1
: ,11:>> ''''' '' a five-year to the. Inlet in a launch. and visitiL top. .J

A 1 The 'EIks":'Society. J Circus, 'In 'Jack.tvlle' the State. 'prison, for .an assault: .on' season factory chiming than shipping'1t they find it more sat. Commodore Sewall and the St. Lu- :i

( ;; Wednesday and Thursday. !IonW..- B, Lamar,._at the time. ,Afomey..qeneraf Some of them, who are not themselyea Packer cie river. It Is conceded that (it the > &3-M

+rai ,a, splentid' of.Florida; reef blasted out and dredgIng
..aueceu. was .some -
.- .; .. \, readers, have been caught in the pastin
: r IJ tilatisiale; tius. a-- new' Week11.pa- Key 'Wes. had a grand cei &)rat on. the net '::'of unprincipled and Irresponslble done _this would make a splendidport I Every !

'? ;perctti 1 tUesTUle Elevator, publteh-' last Thm\ &1.' toe mark the beginning buyers and this has made for large vessels and the finest % _

7 L Cb1, %r.'Pi icott B Bullock. of, work 'on the ;Key"'West extension tlem chary of.:shipping.There harbor of refuge between Miami and : ** :J

*>! ;.rr"r(L. A.'Rals"'! *<< ; C- .* Ocala' have of the,Florlda .East Coast, Railway: : are a number of buyers here, Jacksonville. 7tho Minutes.
W { > ; from the southern end of the line r Mr Clark was very favorably imp tml
; mostly local T H. Bar 'R. '
,. ; leased. all.the'convicts: from Duval ow, B.
; .
.. ,
< After'a presssd with this idea and from his .. !
parade'in which the military
; Cooper and E. F. Sperry, all residentsof
OO1U1tt'at'l6.O'a"month: a head. ; -
';. '100-- < ; civil : expressions there Is little doubt but Physicians tell us that all ;
The Ham at and .'many, bodies took, part, Orlando, 'are handling a great i' .; "
$l [ orange grove .Suth- he will introduce bill in
a Congressfor the bloo'd in healthy
there' was speech-making; and. a banquet amount of .the fruit he.-fe Chas P. a : ,
',?|jand, oIa'tBi'Weet 1"Coast, four years 3. .. I an appropriation for a harbor of .:ci
Dow, representing a Boston firm is I human body passes through -
's orbs_ will this season.yleld.about 1,600 refuge at this point. There Is twentyto gt%
Jf Mr. T. C;.. Taliaferro,' treasurer of also handling much fruit from this the heart once in every ..tvrominutes
ba.-< thirty feet of water in the St. Lu- '
sK f the.,Florida State Midwinter Fair Association point ,. / If this action becomes
rie river and.behind Sewall's Point Is J _
: \\iLt- Brown, a young lawyer'of
," has received from' Comptroller' Last week TH. Barlow paid whatIs
:\Baktir:county; has' been admitted to one of the finest protected harbors In .irregukr the' whole i -
..? .- A. C, Croon* a warrant on the no doubt the top price for Florida & -
t: prae.\e, the Court of the country. body suffers. Poor health
fruit. For .
State Treasurer for thesuni of f5- a little less than: one acre t

JFtoridaV.' 000, to be used exclusively in the pay- of tangerines he paid $1,750. This ls> Pain by the name of rheuma- I follows poor Mood ; Scott's
u may go
1 ,]$on.-.John, W.. Henderson of Tallala ruent of premiums ,on products exhibited probably! the most money for whichat tism, neuralgia, lumbago/ pleurisy. No Emulsion makes the blood -

"4mbMe__ second..candidate::for Senatortromvthe at the great, Florida State i acre of Florida fruit ever sold. matter what name the pains are called, pure. One reason why / --ffl'"

y Eighth Senatorial Dis- Another fine Hoi lister'a Rocky' Mountain Tea will J *
here Is
Fair which opens Wednesday at very grove one fcj
drive them 35 'Tea -Tablets
: away. cents or
;: ,.tllct noon. of twenty acres, near town, which is Ask druggistTHOUSANDS .
.lfJ your \ !
z./ ,The-Key,'West:police are making a The Jacksonville Bar Association owned by .Homer. ,'of Williamstown, SCOTT'SEMULSION ,

:;t ,determfned; .,effort. to put a stop to the has passed strong resolutions contemning Ky. Last year over 3,000. boxes were OF SHARKS. '

1i! %gambling. that .has been going on in in no uncertain terms. the shipped from this grove, but this year 4 =

:. a' tr.- ,class of work that has -been turned I the shipments may fall a little below Cause Serious Losses to Fishermen on +r 1_

er ,8 .* Petersburg will'have the names out by: the .printing concern having that figure. tower East Coast. is such a great aid is becauseit *r 1

the' contract for the printing of the There is growing up quite a strong (Miami Metropolis.)
1. :ol the'streets, of that city marked with passes so quickly into '**
a '-BlgT f von the, ..corners and the houses Supreme Court reports and the delay sentiment here against the prevailing Unless something is done to do away the blood. It is partly digested '

habit of making premature shipments. with the sharks the mackerel and
the ,
>numbered.' that has ensued in completing
J before it enters the a
work. This printing ha been done bo much fruit has gone out green that king fishing on the lower coa tj will I
J dg&'Minor S. Jones of the Sixth stomach double advan- ,i
i" by the Capital Printing Company of i is working a great injury to the ; be so crippled this season that profits ; a .

; ,Judicial Circuit, .is. presiding at Cir- Tallahassee.The reputation of the Florida orange. will be badly crippled and in some tage in this. Less work
+ DoLand.There
; :twit Court in is a The growers realize that these '
premature for
orange season of 1904-5 is rap instances failures recorded. ,the stomach ; quickerand
: large docket.
idly drawing to a. close. But four shipments are damaging their These beasts of the water have al- more direct benefits.To .
m The nineteenth annual.meeting of business, and as a matter of self-pre ;
fishermen less
__ ways given the more or
carloads were shipped the present the amount
-c ; the State Teachers' Association of servation they would like to stop it. get greatest
trouble, but they are said to be more
.... week. The season close October 31, of with the least
Florida, will be held.at Miami December But, as was previously remarked, the plentiful and more vicious this season good pos-
x and the season 1905.6 opens Novem-
; sible effort is the desire of '
27- to 29. demands for the oranges, even in than ever before. Connecting this

..1 A .pass wetting of Gainesville citi ber 1. The orange shipments total their unripe state, is so Insistent thatit with the fact that there are more everyone in poor health.Scott's .
25,273 cars, and the lemon shipments resist '
is them.
hard to
izens.'was' held .Tuesday when steps next 'season's houses! engaged in the fishing busi- Emulsion does just. '
:: total 4,388 cars. There is another thing, too, that
*. were taken to. organize a public ltbracy shipments are'as large we shall be has ness now than ever before the outlook that. A change for the _
a strong tendency toward pushIng -
.in the cty.'The.schools agreeably .surprised. Our estimate is forward Last ', not very encouraging. better takes place even be- i
early shipments.
Ax an instance of the damage that
lad.. of Manatee county will 24,000 cars.-Redlands (Cal.) Citro- year many people suffered heavy fore you expect'it.We. .
can be done by sharks it is recited
,close op Thursday and Friday, November.23 1
losses here on account of the freeze,
that of the of the will send
and Monday one crews you a
and 24, to let the teachers
and some of the growers, anticipatinga free.
Florida Fish Company had rounded
Fair. If are troubled with indigestion, upa
:- scholars take in the State you
Bc that this
repetition of experience, are sure
other school of mackerel aggregating 25-
constipation, sour stomach, or any
Sanford, a negro, has been picture in the form ofa
Howard anxious to get their fruits off as earlyas '
pain, Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea 000 pounds, and had the net tucked label b on the wrapper *
found guilty of murder In the first degree S
; will make you well and keep you well. realy for scooping them 'aboard the of every bottle of

for. killing A. J. Geoghogan on 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Ask your drug- These premature shipments are a ice boat, when suddenly several largesha'k ., Emulsion }ou buy.

June 24th'last at Crawfordville.. bad thing for Florida, but as long as SCOTT & BOW *
appeared and hurled themselves E
gist. _________ .
Letters have been issued by Gov- buyers are willing, even anxious, to against the net, tearing large holes e I 1 Chemist '

-e the Everglade Dredges.The purchase green 'fruit' there will be 409 Pearl St., N. Y.5octnt a
ernorBroward incorporating and letting the mackerel escape, the
first carload of lumber for the fruit the market. Y
South Jacksonville Dry Dock Com'pany'with green put on result being that not over 1,500 of the and '1.00
. J' {, building of the hulls of two dredges Truck farming in this county is be- All drugguu
a capitalization of 130,000. 25,000 pounds were landed, several
. for the Trustees of the Board of coming an important factor At San-
hundred dollars' worth of the fish es-
, ,: Nearly, forty thousand pounds of Internal Improvements, to be used in ford, since the hard freeze of three caping through the holes. t

..i? Spanish mackerel were brought to the the Everglade drainage scheme, ar- years ago, orange growing has been Other catches have suffered like destruction -

? docks at Miami last Saturday for rived at the Merrill-Stevens shipyards practically abandoned, and in that I I
this season and the fisher- I

tj shipment to the Northern markets. Wednesday morning, says the Times- section the growers have turned their men are at a loss to know just how e

z The cornerstone of the new Spring- Union. attention to celery and lettuce. to cope with the situation. i-i Vi

field Methodist Episcopal Church The lumber will arrive daily in The latter vegetable has just been atlon. u _

lots and be. unloaded at the transplanted, and, Although there Is .
South at Jacksonville was laid Thursday carload : Some have suggested that it would 4

: with impressive Masonic shipyards. The actual work of build- seme trouble from cut-worms, the
afternoon have been advisable; for the govern- SPORT
ing the hulls will commence In a prospect is good for a big crop. Shipments
ceremonies. for the
t4 ment to pay a premium cap-
few days and will be rushed to com- of lettuce from Sanford will
D. E. McVeigh a driver for the ture and destruction of shark while
fast as possible. begin about the first of January.The and Adventure -
Standard Oil Company at Jacksonvillehas pletion others believe that a fertilizer factory

been arrested for stealing oil. He These two hulls are to be one hundred Supreme Court of Florida has using these fish entirely for the mak- Ashore and Afloatwith -. J

,, admits his guilt. The loss of the company and five feet long, thirty-eight granted the petition of the State of ing of fertilizer would be a paying

will about $2,000. beam and seven feet depth of hold. venture and aid materially In their *.
;; Florida on relation of the Attorney- ROD AND GUN J t.4
:P The Merrill-Stevens Company only destruction or reduction. It is known ,
: Hon.: W A. Rawls of Tallahassee, General et al. to bring quo warranto s
has the contract to build the hullsof that shark or any other fish makea If you like to read of the experiences of e '
atebas made public announcement of his proceedings against the members of anglers shooters tad campers or yachting; ?
,rl the the dredges and are not in posi- first-class fertilizer, and it may be or if you are interested in country life,ask ,Yf
' -& intention to be a candidate in the Board of Control to show by your newsdealer for Forest and Stream .
; tion to say anything in regard to the that such enterprise will be started
an <
State senate from or write for free specimen copy or seal( }
4 next election for installed them. what authority they exercise the in twenty-five cents for four weeks' trial trip. Jo .
machinery to be, upon both for revenue in that line and .
Eighth Senatorial District. : officials of such board. The Forest and Stream is a Urge illustrated .
the. The hulls are to be constructed of order to partially relieve the fishing weekly journal which contains the following .
' County Commissioners writ is made returnable November 23. departments: 1.
. of .
The Board
I, yellow pine lumber and will te up-to grounds from the presence of the vicious Game Bag and Gun. Natural History. .

: of Yolusia county will take possessIon date in every respect The contractfor and daring monsters. Sea and River FilMa,. YaebtinJ, 1 ,
;t armory and .If The Exact Thing Required for (.oDstJpalOD. The Sportsman Tourist C&.noeinJ,
, of the: Daytona. the building of these two hulls \ Rifle and Trap, KenneL

;]-t.\'"necessary bring a suit for ejectment. was let to the Merrill-Stevens Company "As a certain purgative and stomachpnrifierChamberlain's Neuralgia Pains. We send free life our and catalogue recreation.! of the best books '.. .: a

r the :Daytona company F. S. Rheumatism lumbago and sciatic pains on outdoor
( against I a few days ago. Stomach and Liver '
--$ I yield to the penetrating influence of Bal- FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO. 1 t

T. Tablets seem to be the exact thing required lard's Snow Liniment. It penetrates to 346 broadway.. New York City. .;, iI1j

The._ commissioners of Suwanee I Many children inherit constitutions strong enough for the most ro- the nerves and bone, and being absorbedinto

t county are advertising for bids for weak and feeble, others due to childhood bust, yet'mild enough and safe for children the blood its healing properties are .

the- construction of forty additional troubles. Holhster's Rocky Mountain and without that terrible griping conveyed to every part of the body, and .
effect wonderful cures. 25c., 50c.
; miles, of hard roads In that_county. The Tea will positively' cure children and so common to most purgatives," say B. and $1.00.some Sold by Red Cross Pharmacyand j.i

e*bids will be.opened. and considered on make them strong. 35 cents- Tea or Tab S. Webster & Co., Udora, Ontario, Can- Eau Gallic Pharmacy, Eaa Gallie,

'November'ft._' let. Ask your druggist ada. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. Fla.


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: ,' of which has,never been, known -Its
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ti .i1"e., .' ,.' lJ-c.: :bombarding thelfortlncatlonsf below. whom 'can sit on the upper deck under You want a remedy that will not only QUEEN SEA ROUT & J.I HI

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; V:\ :: .. :tomobflea followed$ the airship-on'the the wonders In the depths of the sea. cure.You
that will relieve ,
a remedy
4 : ;'k'' 7r '," "\... roads,beneath. "'and. :bred"k- at 'It.'with light. f I. D. Martini'of the boat company the lungs and keep expectoration easy. .

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{ V$4 J- :" ."Thedemonstration' . : was the most remarkable the new, b at'ln commission by March act any tendency toward pJt>umonia. Merchants & Miners Trans. Go's 1

j w1 fLq, :,. "':.'' ,;. .. J 'of modern war. methods.. .It 1 .next. The hull will be 75 feet' long You want a remedy that is pleasant and ;

v ;f; i'P', ; .. < I -It' marked two great .'.steps forward .In and,.18,feet wide, while the width'ofthe safe to take. ; ( :
:Jif .;.: 1" military science. The.- practicability of: lower deck over all will be 25 feet Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets all 'i* '

$ ;1 V,,:- .' ." :,the. balloon'.as an attacking f r.w. The uPPer deck will be 14 by 60. There of these requirements, and for the speedy STEAMSHIP LINES : .

Vi.' ll clearly shown.but as parallel development and and permanent cure of bad colds,stands .
:: t:<.. .', will be two rows of glasses fore without For sale by Red Cross f-
r r 1i{; j. .. '. f. it was.' also shown that these aft.- with lenses 20 by 60 Inches and Pharmacy.a'peer. BETWEEN----

' 7l; ;::: ;' !tiaerial assaults conkT,be opposed and a an inch thick. One of the most unique

r :, :: 'I 'splendid,defense 'established by the features',of the new boat will be that .

\Jl H. .1't' .use .of small l. light high power guns requires. QO.,wharf at which to land, SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct

t ", ; .f :; >"V ,mounted on swift auto cars., but will run up on the beach with Its T\t Most ValuaNe Silo!Yacht and Boob .

;< .f.. J,kf. :<: ,:, "...t.>< <:'. ',;' The Lebaudy military .dirigible,'bal- cargo and receive and land the passengers BeitdiNl'8aoh3 ever PublitluiL ,

'J':. ."'j-; ., J: loon made,three successful nights and from a gang plank.A RUDDER'HOWVTO r
:f. ;_ created the greatest enthusiasm among Connections for V -
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jF ;k;: : : .: .' '. DE SOTO RECORD FOUND. ,
:llJ;!.: ;;f ; ": -'.1 The ,third and. by .far the most.1J Over 3000 boats have been built from the lines Bosfoll.Through
aunbitiou8 light on the part of,the bal- .. printed in these books-Successfully sailed to Wasbington New York and
: I : Hlddea .For Three ,C,.t rt OB the every clime and upon every sea-Full detail .
t't.\ ;.. : loon resulted in a aacceatfol attack upon Skore ot Lake Itaalta. drawing etch parts, showing; what his and
: series of fortiflcations. The umpires how to make it-Text extremely simple
Zti' \t: 1,'" ." a,, After more than three centuries a

*,1:: ; '1'-.;': .', were.confronted'with.! conditions! record of the De Soto expedition has HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $80 ,
}. ."j'-'" such aa have never arisen on any ao 1C foot scow ritboot Lr.rt,en.,to build;tnunet all has tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations .
: been found on the shore OfVLake Itas- w..p. tool nci&.4 boat for a hu 1 to Jean\be btwae..Ia.HOW '
ri- { /f" : :; tnal battlefield, and their decision has ka, jays a St. Paul dispatch to the TO BUILD A SKIPJACK and cuisine unsurpassed.SEND .

' :,? i.,}. I. been contested b1'manl who witnessed Kansas City Stan It was under a huge A erne bat Hu for fterno-'. Mulin*or knocktac{ tboat bAoMoatrr -.
m l&nu..crst.twh.r.v.rbuitt.b.pora
;. "':" ;the maneuvers. They admitted the bowlder, where It baa lain, undisturbed. rig; full p....uj pictai at complafaxl banter FOR BOOKLET.

r i-, 4 {t\I :'o cess of the attack by the balloon The record Is written on the skin 440W TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
t, r ,: ," '. : fortsbut Most mccrufxl ncinir _lame ever iottfnti i.s prtaivianer
Y-g.-r ,: n.the, also credited the automobile -
{ ." of an antelope. It.was found by Ches- In Awaiick,Au aad AutndU i eijr to baud;wrto.a

i;' ..J-ri : ": guns with a victory over'the ter Gray a farmer who Urea on the HOW with.TO BUILD. MOTOR. LAUNCH H. C. AVERT, Com'l Agent, Jacksoaiille.J. <
: "balloon
;- .' t. 'Ii, shore of Lake Itaska which is a source Simple u4 fnftimt huwm? how towodrwet.l.mol
,:'> a; :'.-t', The great :airship, was sent. to a.belght of the Mississippi river. He will send baU tar ixa n its fc jr Lootor.oevel'lJl OIlier]data C. WHITNEY, 2d 7. P. &: ,.BL, V.P. TUB, G. r;A.,

r. ; !OJ" of.4,600) feet with several army HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA
.. 1- course the record to the Smithsonian institu- ins all arounj fruiting bait good oMa; txccHw GEKEBAL OFFICES BALTIMORE HD.
.. officers on board. A was mapped tion in llilel'o iiiiUUe lur.iu4uw wat.n. .
p f V: ', .. t out, which waa followed perfectly NOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT :
record which Is
. the ,althou It barely legible, A elerer Oiling boat,with moderate ervkHnaac
; .ff. 'iby airship, i was forced
r { Is dated Aug. u, 1547. It is signed by 1IIIalI-a,Iu.
: I to make Its way against the wind, HOW TO BUILD FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
Ferdinand Viilena and Sancho Cueva, Florida
: ti.f. = V ':with the wind abeam and; with the Ea7 to baOd;eTw thi K ttraight;just the cnfl for a boj East Coast Railway.Local
: 1- members of the De Soto exploring party to b>gu with i bowbuiltveryvheaply.itaeeslooporcatrtgNOW
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off the quarter. swing gracefully -
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who In the letter say they have TO BUILD A MODEL YACHT
[ f' along, however; passing above A complete de.cript of bow build model
V : f" the a. to a ;also 11MII
named lake whence
"V'.. (: l!$ ''. : ;'1 each .of the forts,indicated In the plan river in which De, Soto had rises been the buried great skis uoa Ia.d aj wodrb.PRICE Time Card No. 62. Corrected( Sept 1 1915.

xIt1 -tf.i..of attack turned over to.the offlcerg. ,
{ JJ t : ; six years before Lake De Soto. $1. EACH
'" :1-: 1 < V VV ..in charge.. The sight was one ,- PREPAID SY CXPMtSC ANYWHERE SOUTK-BOUND-HEAD DOWN.
; IV < ;. "Which'caUed' forth expressions of Cleared For Action. Bound in cloth-Cold lettering-Size of p.R,
'. :$ amazement from the veteran officers V 9 by U inches-Large, clearly-drawn plans. &''I ,
When the body is cleared for action by No. Yo. STATIONS Xu. 'IS No. II

;':.' ,..; -r.,. kYollowing; the maneuvers. As easily as' Dr King's New Life Pills, you can tell it THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. Daily Dally Daily Da11y

: b.1t. a motorboat ,.the .great airship was by the bloom of health on the cheeks I MURRAY STRUT New --
,." YOBK. u. B. A lOOp 9 6Q a LY _._._..JacksonvI1k..__ AI' 7 00 II 8 10 a
::- .C: brought into position above each of the the brightness of the eyes;the firmness of 007 P 948a. JackdOnrtUeLy .1:1: II 1&2.
f the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of Seed postal for Catakgtn of Books fatYachtsman's 615 P 10 f5 a ..._......_8 Augustine__ 5 60 I' 7 0.
forts. ;
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; ; ; (i" V .Then at suehan_ altitude as to be distinguishable the mind. Try them. At'Red Cross fJ 710 P 1150 /1 -....-...-- E&aiC P"lath 'Ii p 6 21t aa

; / ; only with field glasses Pharmacy 25 cents. -84 i2 3i Ar _._..._.,Pal\Jt&..__ Art 410 p Iii a c:
-' ; 66.\ P 1191 alLv -.-- ? P&latk&_ i 00 I'I,
,:; :? ," i.' one of the officers would lean over the For Over Sixty Tears. .d -l6: P 2 Ou pAr, ??._._..8&11 Make...:...-_ Lwi 18 510 _..._ .C...
;; 'i '.t" aide and drop a blank cartridge. It 210p 8 OJ ajLY _._..._.8an Mateo..__ Ar II U II -
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1;:. tr# I \: would be seen to flash in the air 'and Mrs. Winslowa Soothing Syrup has KILLTHICOUCH 7 50 p 12 Sl Lv -.-__.. NOv II. ____ Lv i 51 II 6 but
.: then shoot downward with the con- been used for over sixty years by millions 8 03 P 12 47 P _.__.M......Bllnnl'lls ..___. S I. pi" a ty
; bi : l' Qf mothers for their children while teeth. AND CURE THE LUNC8 810 paM p II .____Dupon'_?? ...._? I It lit. .
i .staatly Increasing momentum., that 01 8 U P 128 .... .Ormond__ II p
P \I
); 't..i' },: with It soothes the ??? ? ? 31 U 4 bi a ,
V ing, perfect success. O 653 P 139 P II -_ DayPma..__.__. .. S Oi 4 'I Ir:
(_Upf finally dashed It,like a meteor into the child, softens the gums, allays all pain WITH Dr. 904p 1111 P ......... .Port Orange.. Ie i 60 II p. 43i .1
ir; felt .} ,r,;", fort at which It was directed. A flash cares wind colic, and is the best remedy King'sNew vl 9 25 p _915 PjAr __..._\ew Smyrna....._ _2..30 p 41$ a 0

,, ; :{ of flame' and then a sharp report would for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor .C to 21 a 3" p ..._...__LakeHeleD?__ Ly 12 p I 1\ p ..

I mark the.landing of the cartridge, and little sufferer immediately. Sold by drug- Discovery =" 10 10 39 45 a a 4 3 66 00 p P) "" ._...OrlUlge_Orange City Ctcy JllncUon-?___ ", U 12 15 10 p I 1&5 6& P
.. z in nearly every case a hit was scored gists in every part of the world. Twentyfive L-&. -V35 P-216 Lv _._.._.Ji\j. Smyrn&...._ LY -120 P 403s n
*-; l tor the airship.a cents a bottle. Be sOle and ask for ID 00 P 251 pl ...__...__Oat HtU...?. ,???? 1 Ii P lit i .=
: Price 10 3j 3 30 Ar TtCusvllle __....__ .
'Mrs. Window' Soothing Syrup and P -?-- 2.!! 300 a
\ \Vhlle the airship soared through theAir' like no other kind.! FOR CONSUMPTION 50ci$1.00 C j 00 a.-. P1 Ar ____M Sanford __._ Lv 10 iii 1000.
V half dozen automobiles on the Fret Trial. o 10 oo .... Sanford
i1: .::=.:= alLy -? ---- AI'? 8 00 0
> loads beneath coursed It like beagles.A 10 39 P 3 Lv ?.-?.- TIC tsvUle.? ,,.._ LY lIi: a oo"ii .
C.A.BTORLAI.iearatke : :s
( o. t' Surest and Quieted Cure for all fn 1118 P 403p ... ... .__COCOIL-__. .. 32$4& "u.
f' constant rattle from, the light machine ; tte Kini M Atop Bought THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES "" 11 22p 413p .". -...-. Rockledge__._ II 12 so P 211a
!'.- marked the.attempt to defend I 1163 4 45 _.Eau 6a111e.__ "
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,;:: guns 8pahll! ; or MONEY BACK 5' .. .... ..... .. 1" a .
! U 12 05 a 4 P -- ?Melbourne ___ 11 as a i U t
t ,otf.. : > the fortifications' this i fashion, of 12 Ill" 5 :17 p -.-..-Sebastian .____ .. 11 tI4 a 1161 auA = .
f! "V j ;" and from time to time the balloonists 139 a 6 Up" ___.MSt Lucio_.._._. II U a; 12 00 a -.
165 a 6.$ P .___Fort Plerce II
I ? lot i aj 11 U
.. would. set afloat smaller balloons, C 219 e 7 09 P __ t P
.. ---- Tibbala ?? 31) a 11 SS ua
} J. :; : .', which floated away and were used ast' ;:: 2 23 a 715 p .. -Edell:.____ .. 1 2t a\1118 P P
THERE IS MONEY IN 228 a 7 17 p -.--- Jen8p.D. __ "
. ( =. ,,: targets later by the automobile guns. 2 39t 1 28 p -?.-...... Stuart..._ ..._ .. 121.11 1111.'1104 lip W
W : O) 3 ON a 7 56 ... Hobe Sound_ p 'Q
,,_. ; ih-. using'ball cartridges. P -- to 8 U .t JG N
1" "" 3 27 81 8 Ii IJ" .-.......Weat Ju(lter..__._ a .1! p
:: 1 The work of these automobile batteries I ,. __. .. lit 11 P ""
: 4 06 R 51 p .West Palm Beach__ T 45k!
s c:. V +, was remarkable. Although, oft i GROWING GINSENGProf. 4 32 8"I, 919 p .... __..._MBoynton_..___ .. 120 t It up"n :s
4 n ai 9 24 p -......-.. ..DelrAI____ T l0 p C.
. ..t' fitturse, no leaded sheIls'were fired. at w Ii 31 11.0!, 21 p ___.Fott Lalldord&1e.__ I U.a 111M p
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: >.: 'the airship the rapidity of fire, the ::: I 45 a' In 30 p .-.........-- DII.nIIL..____ oc 61u a 8 OC p
5 U a' 10 U PI" _._.._HallandaleA,,, V
L :, .. Ability of the automobiles to follow the Howard, of the Missouri State Agricultural College, says: "I AA:s 6 2. all fl'l' pl .-..-.."..-Lm n City__....._ II I :4 U.a ,1 .29. P r())
t' : : ':.. i flight of the aerial bombarders and the advise American farmers to cultivate Ginseng. Big profits are realized. 6 n a,11 15 pAr --... MIAmi ___ Ly 12) a 7 io p

r .::.f V t :accuracy of fire, aa shown later against It is a hardy plant, and is easily vrrnwn."-A bulletin i issued by the Dally
Pennsylvania State College in "The of native Ginseng Dally
the target balloons were all considered part says: supply Ex. HOMESTEAD EXTENSION
, VV i root is rapidly diminishing, and the price per pound is correspondingly Sl1n. ..
: ;..:.!:.. in making a decision and the result increasing, while the constant demand for the drug in China stands as a I SaL
i/. of the deliberations of the umpire 8 00 a --' Lv ...-.....?.-..HI&ml'H'_. Ar _
guarantee of a steady market for Ginseng in the future.-COnsul Gen. 10 3J { Ar ...__Homeate&l1_ __ -p
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.; ;.' was that the attacking'airship would eral Rublee of Hong Kong, says in the U. d. Consular reports: "The al 1- Lv __ 1 00 P

., have been destroyed by the automobile sale of Ginseng root grown in America is very large here and the demand I 1'7

v': 'corps.' What the result would have is so great; that much more could be disposed of advantageously. No. t3ii0. 21 So. 19 I Daily BAYPORT BRA Yea 18 I YU.IO',

., '. been bad a fleet of aerial battleships The root is as indispensable to the four hundred million Chinese as is Sun Only un. Dally Sun.Ex. CH DaIJ1 HUD. 'D-aU. 1 SOnly
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!':. > been In action the umpires did not say. their rice. -- -- '- -
of the aim of the 2 00 P 1010 a 6 00 P R 20 /I -.JackfJOnvil1e_ Ar
The accuracy gun- Ginseng is a staple on the market the same as corn, wheat and cot 2 OS P 1018 a'' 6 OK I' R 28 a 'r ....80. JlICk8'nVl.le_ Lv 7 111 45. 12 ae : : P -
t. sets was shown to be remarkable ton. The present market price varies from $6.00 to $8.50 per pound, 2 6Q P 10 60( 6 40 1)V! 8 59 III Pabkr. J-N'h__ ". 7 03 a a 12 1110 tJ P Pj--

.. when it was taken into consideration while the cost of producing is )less than $1 50. It is easy to grow and 2 SOOp 45 P 1I1Da 10 55 a) 9 6 4i 00 PI pI 0 9 04 11.a "" ._-.AtlanUc_74nyport.Beach,,_,,, ".. 1 00 U. 4 t 50..Pj--P--;

I that they were firing from automobiles requires very little ground. An acre of matured Ginseng is worth ? CU.UIO 4 -P--,

.f. going at a high rate of speed at balloons 40000. There is room in one's garden to grow several hundred dollars' j

: moving over 4,000 feet above the worth each year. The plant thrives throughout the United States and PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTION(

ground. Several of the target balloons Canada in any soil or climate that will grow garden vegetables. We sell AT MUll
: roots and seeds for planting and show how make
purposes, can to
V were hit and shells sent close to others. you Close Connectloa Made at Miami with
in the of money growing Ginseng. There are two planting seasons, spring and Steamships of the P. 4 0. S. $. C pay For
: ". Further experiments' use fall. With each order we give full instructions how to plant and care

tie airship and of automobile corps for the garden. You can get a good start in this business for a small HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

i-r. < i -will be kept up for several weeks. outlay and soon have a nice income. Send two-cent stamp today for

..lr ; literature telling all about this wonderful industry.BUCKINGHAM'S .
fis Thtise Time Tables show the limes at which trains
t :. ? 4 Her**'* iMporUat D1aeenWT from the several htations. but their arrival or(triKmuit.. may* at be the etpPctsd iimea to inn at aod' depart
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;ti' : An old negro who has a forty a't. ; allv. UyHoranycouseqaoace.ftrUing\

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ff.' : Tex; claims'that he makes a ,bate of -
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cotton to.the acw.fwy year by!top Information

L.' ', .. : ,. :ping,the'otton ataiks tqi the' dear. Pf GROWERS AND EXPORTERS "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." .
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.:<,,_ ..i='t.y' ._W p'l -.,,,, :;{ Ii.'.".. Leik;In Trta ury ChaVied.: ,'j Suit CAM Solved. : '
"!!'' '; .Mystery ,.
-, "r..>"<" '""',"" ".J.#tW44: 'A'rofeseiorir"thedrams'k.b '' ; f President T.C: Stevens; of the Commercial ;,The police of Boston received a tangible They contain valuable facts about- :
Shaw NaUoaaQbank of.Washington ;
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,''<. 2+;- ','os 'i:" "' '" > 'leak In'tbe ti+treasury department suit'case murder mystery when..Mrs.
"" t .NeW.orJf.. }n',the'teeth;of much., .'Catherine .truck-gardening' as a profitable business. -
of identified
-' lat and'; connection:witt.the circular issued,bySecretsrr'Shaw Geary Cambridge ; '
-'tS; ;pop' ,, oppogltion, a definite. ., .warm the rings worn on hands which 's
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'" "-: .. nAnthony. CxHnstock: of thTSo-, holder :i bonds found
-f percent registered with in
"- were: legs a second suitcase Street 4
:i''jffl 'oe-rte .Hew York 63 I VeaiM. Street or Atlll"aa.aa &Bo.Broad ,
.....' -." -.a.'; : .t..Suppression of-Vice,.was offering ,k*exchange'the bonds for regIstered floating In the harbor as those '
':'i"' ::;it "o ,itwai< ,. teronefperfonnance. owlSfitothe" -JJ per,eenta.. Although Is notcustomary owned by her daughter Susan Geary,

'W; ." 'almost universal, .adverseTcrttidwn lor' the 'department to disclose who was in the chorus of"The ShepherdKing" .
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'.}. ?<,. ottheP eu,and at the sameqq the names;,of bond, holders, Mr.. '.Opera company. This girl had

:' f't> ;L :\f<1'elice'Commissioner: .; I'McAdoo. Stevens ,found,'that 'on the TCTJ' next disappeared Sept.9.eleven days before,

ritaeaaed": the Production. sent day afterthfs notice:waS issued circulars the. torso of a young woman in a suit
5h:1ido/: i be ':would?prevent' further were .received by his 'depOsitors'trom case was found in Boston harbor Later !---V..>

.::: pet'tocmanees nitric play The:mana-- ,the National,Citibankof' Xew It came out that Morris Nathan employed

N:ftt.and .the male'actorswere arrested ;York offerIngto.deal in the 3 per cent in the same company, had been rR ......
'" : iij matter of fornL 'MriDaly;; had anr'IdOUflcedpefgrebandxthat bonds His Inquiry at the department engaged to the girl and that he knewof
,, 'he. would be disclosed the'fact that circulars jot the her Intention to consult a malprac-:. S
-: j'4 jIded)1 the,opinion of a majority of City bank bad' been addressed and titioner in the city of Boston known as \ :

S the: --0' ?The came< ,production badalreadybeea.Drohibited mailed in stamped envelopes by treasury := Dr. Robert J. Henderson and a Dr.

.at New Haven employees, at the-expense of the Bishop,,employed by him.: It is known S
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r*" _Owjngto; the'notoriety ,thus. City bank.A that the girl died in this office as the : ... I -s-; : .
',: *yen;;to'the ft"6 '1 great throng"of $14,000,000, Steel Deal result of an operation, after which her

.3 : etirlotupeople.'crowded'for. admission The immense iron and 'steel plantsof body, was dismembered and carried by

W, $:' .1.' to, the perform.' the La Belle Iron ?corks,at,Wheeling the doctors in suit cases to acab and T k -Down Repeating Shotgun

.'J.r._ ,ante, and seats W, Va., and Steubenvllle 0., have thence to a point here.they could be
W6/ in ,any part of been purchased by the American Sheet thrown In the bay without observation. 1-n notion that one must pay from fifty dollars upwards in order to get

f the ,house were and Tin ,Plate company, for approximately Later two arrests'were made at New : good shotgun as been pretty.effectively dispelled since the advent cf f_ r

S sold for' as high 14000000. This deal leaves York which further cleared' up the ase. < >e Winchester Repeating Shotgun.. These guns are sold within r4cc1:.

.t.: :1 as $25 each.. but two large Independent- Iron .mills The prisoners are William Howard and'w. v almost everybody's purse. They are safe, strong, reliable and handy.
.' ;, .. White .admitting In the Wheeling district L. Crawford, the latter being the hen it comes to shooting qualities no gun made beats them. They g

% f' :. that "Mrs. Steel Trutft New, High Mark. son-in-law of Dr. Jane Bishop, in is ma4 in 12 and 16 gauge. Step, into a gun store and examine one.
,i'f: '. ,"r Warren'sI'rofea..' The quarterly statement of the Unit- whose house the operation was per- rT '.- Std sync and aldras 'on a postal card Irar large tilmttraitd cttfulogta*
};r''w'" ). :" ". 1.v.; .. sion" lithe best ed States Steel corporation showed formed. Howard made a confession \ '-fitESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., NEW HAVEN, CONN. 5 CT
., how he Craw- t
telling employed by
f p thing*Shaw has
,i'. that the [company bad.more". unfilled
-" t ; ford to assist in disposing of the girl'sremains. L
..written, .consld.j.r1r
ii! t' .. orders on Its books than at'-any previous '
'" ering dramaticconstruction
time. They amounted to 5,7(5,377

11 tons. The regular dividend on the pre Strong Band Blows Up Bank. Do You Want to Know All About the

; ...:.'::::" nearly all of.the ferred was declared. .. The vault of the First National bankat
: t \ newspaper critics Hagerstown, Ind.,'was blown open-
i Fight Inside of Mutual
J '. disapprove by twelve burglars, who wIth drawn
< The decision of the Mutual Life In- EAST COAST OF FLORIDA
!; 'beeause.theau
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; revolvers kept all officers at a distance
'j{' surance company to appoint a committee -
: .' /undd thor has:depicted until several hundred dollars in cash
of the trustees to investigate all of
z 1f the most offensive; phases of the so* the company's affairs Is now' understood had been carried off. The robbers were Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trucking; and s '

'4 vial evil'without: a saving grace of human to mean the formation of a group part of the notorious "nitro gang" General Farming? If so, subscribe for the........... '
$ t eUrig.,'<.They admit! that the same which has r lded' bank after' bank in
pf policy holders and trustees whose
theme of., man'I has been routed in FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.PRICE
''w abasement purpose is to get rid of the McCurdy the Ohio valley. They were a v;
1'.t ,handled by other :[artists"'but always managementINDUSTRIAL bloody battle at Willard, Ky., a few

n the,- harlot- ,has,been made attractive, in.G'ty days later by a posse of citizens. Four 25 CENTS PER ANNUM. a l
'!: ; or has been'glven some re- were landed in jail one being mortally ISSUED OXCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE. .f

'i:r.F" .- I I wounded, and two others were being ADDRESS, 1

'! g: in: hla,own '.defense ant .. trailed b> bloodhounds. Their; last E. ''. BLACKMAN, Editor, MIAMI, FLORIDA. t
tl 1 )ndon, Mrl Shaw em-: raid was on the bank at Willard. "
Central's Big Yard.
4 College Initiate Killed by Train.
The Central Railroad of New Jerseyannounces'
.the opinion of.the police prostitution is of the death of Stuart
a permissibl&aubject on the stage only Its Intention of building a Investigation John Stetson University t'}
Ife U Pierson who was run over by a : ,: :
new freight yard occupying nearly a '
when it ,is made agreeable. He believes ',
train at Kenyon college, convinced the
.i that ,this play ,will make him square.,mile_of land to be filled in from "' DE LAND, FLA
? local officials that the boy had been
Si America who ,will steadily the present shore' line south of the
IE& friends hi;:; tied to the track by students as part of Affiliated With The University of ChicagoCOLLEGE
freight docks at Jersey City The
two Questions( "Are the factseipoeed \
press ,
'Mri.'' Warren's" Profession'" work Is expected to take a year anda his initiation into a college fraternity, OF LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those of the University of Chicago.
in will they having miscalculated the time of Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and Chicago.
half and cost
? denied? If,,not_,:in *whose. Interests, are $1,500,000. the trains.Murderer'of. COLLEGE pr LAW Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law in Florida
they suppressed He' thinks it will Central to Spend $44,000,00a Dead. without examination. .
be seen that the',suppression by the Three Chicago corporations have received Thompson COLLEGE or TECHNOLOGY-Mechanical, Civil Electrical Engineering and Manual :
police is in the interests of"'the most orders from the New York Central The New York police are satisfied Training courses leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment t' ..

dangerous class-namely. the employ- for equipment and steel rails to that Richard Hannibal, who was a negro -. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Bookkeeping by best methods. .
era;who pay; -"women,less than subsist. l'08t' $14,000,000. These are the Illinois bell boy in the Hotel St James and Elective courses open in other Departments Large Faculty and commodious building.
and overwork them mercIlessly Steel which has a contractfor wno died In the hospital as the resultof PREPARATORY ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter. Harvard, Yale, Princeton .
ence wages company
Cornell Chicago and all first class Colleges.
5 some sort of a quarrel with a ne- Michigan,
for themselves tons of steel rails the Pull-
to grind profits ;
the who murdered Jacob NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-l.Kindergarten in its own bnildinsr. 2. Primaryand
was man
gress .
out of the pith of the nation. man company, which will build at Grammar School. separate building. This School especially prepares Public School
'H r; thtrn'. Latest least 10,000 freight ears, and the Western H. Thompson exchange-editor of teachers.
Marlowe and S
s' and Julia Marlowe Steel Car and Foundry company, the New York Times, in his room at MUSIC SCHOOL-A $10,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos,separate building large faculty
,. B. H. Sothern that hotel .on Sept. 7. thorough courses of study. /
which'will build 2,000 cars.
.x brought out their version of Shakd- Cashier Suicide Premature. ART SCHOOL-New studio. Costly casts,models, etc. ::1
""Merchant of Yenl e" at the A Faster 8. and 0. Service. t' -
speare's" fi
Nathan Eckstein of Seattle Wash., Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold degrees from the University
Knickerbocker theater, New York, A new time table issued by the Baltimore of Chicago. Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania Bryn L
Oct SO. Mr. Sothern's aim was to and Ohio railroad''reduces by one paid to the Citizens' bank of Buffalo Mawr, Bucknell, University of Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over ;
out the sordid Jew of a hour and thirty minutes the time of money enough to wipe out all the Indebtedness 300000.00( in buildings and equipment;nearly a quarter million dollar endowment;an endowed :a
4 make Shylock of a local seed company on account library of over 13,000 volumes;a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings,including stained :
Fi low and .ukempt.tJPe. following the the Chicago limited to Baltimore, making of which Harry J. Block, cashierof glass windows. 7 oil paintings, a$10,000 00 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus; ,
m45 -- traditions of:Booth and Keane rather the trip in twenty-four hours and the bank and son of its president, an enclosed athletic field, running track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, be- _
Miss Marlowe minutes. sides swimming golf rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women; five : "t
of Irving thirty
t than/ those had committed suicide a few hours be- large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics, Bacteriology, Minerology and Biology; several .
:takes. the part of Portia.. Rubbish Gives New York Light. fore at Utica N. Y. The young cashier large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells, steam heat, cement walks shell t
'Ffafrf yWinlst'Tours America. The city of New York has Just started bad felt personally responsible for roads;broad avenues spacious campus shrubbery and trees;social literary, musical and otherstudents'clubs '
} ; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location is. ,
[Mali Hall, the English violinist who its plant for furnishing light to the loans to the seed company and had beautiful and healthful, and the expenses are low. j11
'role to distinction from her position as new Williamsburg bridge. The fuel doubted the ability of Eckstein to I For catalogs views folders and information address the President,

'a 'wandering'street musician, has ar- for the light plant is furnished by the make good. The cashier's accountswere LINCOLN HULLEY. A. B., .Ph. D., DeLand, Fla i

rived to begin i a concert tour of this street cleaning commissioner, ,who is correct to a penny. \t

44 county}' under the management of thus relieved of the expense of other- Packers Accuse Garfield.

Wolfson, her first appearance wise disposing of a great quantity of
Henry I In two special pleas filed by the beef
gr being at Carnegie hall New; York, Nov. rubbish. The furnaces are kept going packers at Chicago a dismissal of the SBABARDAIRLINE

8. assisted by Walter Damrosch and entirely on the material collected by charges made by the government requested
q the New York Symphony orchestra. the street cleanerS The plant cost on the ground that the oral

3 Her tour will embrace fifty concerts 55000. Several schools will probablybe and documentary evidence which they RAILWAY.

ey different cities of the United States lighted from the same source.A were compelled to give to Commissioner -FOR-

: 'and Canada. She first appeared Boston-Austraha Line. of Corporations Garfield were turned

:& public three,years'ago at Vienna and A direct line of steamers from Bos- over by him to the department of Savannah Columbia Southern Pines

Y later in London making a profound ton to Australia is to be established by justice and made the basis of criminal :

impression. She studied under Kruse the Elder Dempster company of Liverpool prosecution in spite of his promise Richmond, Washington, Baltimore. i

S' Wilheknj. and. ;.Sevcik. the object being to give better that the evidence would be confined to .;.:
& -- facilities for the direct purchase of his department Philadelphia, New York,

t I COMMERCIAL L I wool by American buyer in Australiaand Worm Destroyer. t
to furnish an opportunity for the
: extension of American trade. White's Cream Vermifuge not only TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
Railroad Rebates Unavoidable.J kills worms but removes the mucus ant I

av ,-S. Leeds, general manager of the Saved By Dyaamlt. slime in and which they build their nests it SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL.MODERN .
brings, quickly, a healthy
Santa Fe Refrigerator Dispatch, Sometimes a fiaming'city is saved by the body where worms cannot exist.

the admission ,before the interstate dynamiting a space that the fire"can'tcross. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau PULLMAN .
Sometimes a cough hangs on so EQUIPMENT.Operating
Washington Gallie Eau
I commission at Pharmacy Gallic, Fla.
commerce feet if but
shippers in long, yon as nothing dynamite
'that rebates are given to would cure it. Z. T. Gray, of Calhoun, .
practically HOU.l9l.H-3 : LJNE
tervice by : ONx.y
California fruit Ga., writes: "My wife had a very aggravated -
M- all 'Of the private car lines. He cough: rlatch' kept her awake Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaiiS. .
declare that this system, Is the only niphts. Two pnyaiciana could not help A Buy Medicine for Buy People. ';j "
to avoid a dlwitrous rate war. her; so she took Dr. King's New Discov- Brings GoLla Health ud Btaawwi VJc '
way The'rebates, be,aid. amounted to $10 ery for Consumption Coughs,and Colds A specific for Constipation Iud J'O'itioD.Live For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, orwrite 1
California |15 to Buffalo or which eased her cough, gave* her sleep and Kidney Troubles.Pimple*, Eczema,Import to .
a car to cured her." scientific Blood, Bkd BreathTauKroh Bowels, Headache ,
Pltta url and $20to the Atlantic and finally Strictly udBackacbe. Irt Rocky Mountain TN Ia tAb, A. MACDOXELL, S. BOYLSTON, Jr.,
j coWPW operates care for bronchitis and la grippe.; At let form at cents a box. Genuine_nude by Aset. General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent. .
O/i'* Mr. Lwdi owned Red f roes ,;'baraaeyprice 50Or and I Houuna Dace CONTACT, Madiaon, w u.60LMN .
SScaniirnlch,' however, are leased 'I.OOj guaranteed. Trill bottle free. ;[I ,NUGGETS FOB SALLOW PEOPLE JACKSONVILLE, FLAy ..
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"" '" x ..,.,Put IIdPTWltieet, ,. ; .-. ''f' COCOA- .>' : Mrs, McKelvey sent her maid back to I TITUSV'LLE'FSCHLOSS'BROS'' ,

: :: 3. ;-.: ,Mr."F.::Lipp went to-Titusville Saturday Ohio
-, ," ., ""' .l ., .. Youngstown, on Saturday.
:t & ."mm RIVER! RIPFLINGS I ,)returning,Sunday: afternoon.. /apt. Bennett has purchased, a new engine =

X Miss,Kate Eyer and .Mrs. Holmes returned for the launch Baby Rochester.The ]
? i Clothing
,. ; Swell fieady-Made
{ '.. 'but week from their outing .in steamer Canaveral is still hauling '
: Ibat "Tie' Star Ftod New York. / $IO to $18
;: !{ Correspondents : cargoes of shell for Eau'G.allie'i street ,
A party of Cocoa and Rockledge people =}F=}f=tr=Jr=Jr=}r=-i Itrnh1&I\ SSCHWAB
of Interest to trite ibpit E. B. Taylor and a party are now out
Titusvill attend the
went to to
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', on ft hunting trip on'the St. Johns river. ,
?....;v.f.. {' ., : .. camp meeting. .
,. INDIANOLA.- __ r.Capl )Ir. and Mrs A. R. Hodgson took a Ready-Made Clothing (orRoys: '.
Wr .' 'Dr. G. E..Hill '&' Sonyare hippir.ga gave another: danceat spiti_ to Melbourne this week in their 81.50 tO $10' aUtUes
'": r.. .the opera house,on. Friday ;last. All lann h. IJ ,
[: .>1i'f. ....carload... .of.oranges this week those who'went spent a pleasant evening. I .
: .\.;;. The huntsmen -"t'' the woods P. A. McMillan is building a launch in '
are busy ,
'y '
While: driving{ KNOX STETSON andHOUSER
-.. 0 t on avenue on t _
' the Houston yard. .The hull is now well
. : .1'& Bringing in .good bags of quail, which are Friday last'- Mr. Grimes'. horse, shied, and under HATH
@q abundant way
i t:'7 ..... the boggy was turned over on top of Mr. $1.50 to $5 '
.;:Jt fi!, t : We are aU.pleased to welcome Mr.: Jas. Grimes,'who was very.badly.hurt Closed season for mullet began on the 3
: 15th inst._and the boys are now enjoying r=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=r=t- r=l
O. of () bin
Somera .
Columbus, hIO.to
The Cocoa baseball Eau '
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i a vacation. till EDWIN CLAPP'S and _
tt. Gallie on Friday to play a game. of ball
'>' Mr. and Mrs.,F. The Wild Duck is now moored to Hodg CROSSETT'S'FINESUOES; .i
I > .. Bergraann are happy with the Eau Gallie team, which resulted I
:?)\ li.- J' brand parents.- All wish Mr., and Mrs: m a score of 5 to 1 in favor of Cocoa.KOCKLKDGK. son's wharf awaiting the arrival of Dr.Weld's $3 to $050 ':'=

' h:.:" : Storm and twin eons every happiness.. # r. sailing master.

fSi : : :The many friends of'Mr. and Mrs. D. Mine Host Bast, of Indian River hotel, .. ';

tii :,'.;i". A. Carter, Ingram, Pa will be pleased Mr.. and Mrs. Louis Sieber, of'Rooks- Titnsville, carned\away the lighter be- CHf.US BROW Co.I I "QUEEN QUALITY"Fine

#lP: ', \ to bear they are now in Florida. having. way Beach N.Y.: arrived on Saturday. longing the Canaveral club last week. nine ClothesMoen. Shoes for Ladles

it! i:,>. sensed a house in Daytona Miss Hattie Bower of Geo1'jZianaspen The Mattie H. is on Hodgson's, ways lJM.'I'ItfN.I MOT rente $2.50 to $3.50 _

. .. ;'. ; :: a few,days in town visiting Mrs. Frank this week. Capt. Sjmtuonds, the owner, rTr r =Jr=Jt=J r J =IT.S7r rr rr r-Jr-r/r
,.Ff..:!ff 1- '',.:.> n. CJTYPOIST. Hatch. will have the vessel completely over TheM brands are recognised leaders iw style fit and finl n. Sold only by leader g
/;' Mr. Ranson, of St Augustine, was viai' hauled.
icing Mr. Gee E.Chester the early part .
.jast and.will soon be settled in their :Messrs: Houston and Rossi tter returned
.) of the week. Hue of everything that and boys ,
. : Complete men wear.
t'-' .' cottage on the new avenue. shooting trip this week with six '
; ;' The banters who spent last week ont We sell the best that can bay *
: Mr. J. Boyle went to Frontenac Mon turkeys and'a deer to say nothing of the money .

, :':" ICenitts Island returned on Sunday morn- day to do some painting. Mrs. Boyle and lesser game. ., All goods marked in plain figures, strictly one price to all ..
I-I ug. Two deer were killed. ,
; children J. A. Gilbert is having his
are visiting at Sharpe grounds
{ {.V" Mr. Boyle u already supplying the MA.JL: : ORDERS A SPECJAL'rt : : r
: Mr. and Mrs. Averill of. gone over and put into first class order -
: f'-: imarketa of Cocoa and Rockledge with Madison, ...
Wis. arrived last week and for the winter season. Many new plants
t' f ;, due, lettuce from'his garden at Sharpee.' are at their and shrubs JAMES PEITCH AED. President. _W.II.BROWN Vice-President
winter home in South Rockledge.Mr. are being set out on his 1 WINSTON S.BBANNINO. Cashier. y
: ', !it,=< f Very little fruit has been shipped from beautiful home lot.

t :,, ?:..f'..; '. '.this posed section to putting l as yet our as fruit our growers on the 'market are opeIi 'few days. Frank hunt Hatch over,on who the. was west off side on re a Rev. John W. Walker staid over Monday INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK;
antil matured 1 turned Saturday,with two fine turkeys.Mr. to to some business. He was
;& the of Dr.
/ guest Sarah C. Hodgson Sun
and Mrs. Will Rhoads and '
r w- Mr. Jas. ,Banks of Atlanta, and his little day and Mondayand he will be present at COUNTY D: POSrroR.
: son moved across the river to Merritt on Authorized Capital-_!_______$100HK.00)
have their home here and
z : ; tuber. opened the entertainment in aid of St Johns
Paid __ .$ 25,000.00Average
Wednesday where they for up -- ------- -
p 'announces that hia brother Henry and remain church fund nest week. Deposits.............-$200,000.00
the winter.
f /family expect to be here tomorrow. The committee on details for the entertainment TRANSACTS A ,

Mr. Hendry's vegetable garden is in The chicken pie, supper and entertainment in aid of St Jonas church fend General Banking Business 4

: 'sprime order and gives promise to sustain on last Friday at White's cottageNo. report rapid progress and the success of ,.

the well earned reputation he bears of 1 by the Ladies' Aid society' was a the evening is assured. McMillan's ball Largest and Oldest ; 9 .

being one of the best truckers in the success in every respect. The rooms were at the Inn will be used for the entertainment Bank on the River.

estate.Chas.. nicely decorated with! greens and'flowers.. which comes off next week. Exchange Bought and Sold on All .
The dining room especially presented a Foreign Countries.,, i
t Hentz, who left Rio last month,
' pretty as well as busy scene. The Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
4 R sand who has been spending some time in supperwas MELBOURNE. polite treatmrnt and every favor consistent

1 ; '. .London,is now in Paris ,and will visit well patronized, the net proceedswere Mr. Van Steenburg is now supplyingour with conservative banking granted.COREESPONDENTS rffi

Switzerland before coming to the United $12.50., After the supper the follow. town with fine fresh oysters. : s4'
States ing program, under the direction' of Mrs.A. Empire Trust Company N. Y.; Florida -
and Point.
: ,: City Millar, was rendered: Admiral James Gillis and wife, of:Mel: Bank & Trust Company Jacksonville!*. 4
Mr. R. E. Mims. of Bonaventore, spent bourne Beach, were pleasant visitors in "

f f i w? part of Saturday here and made a contract PBCGEAM. town Tuesday. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.SCREENS. f

with W, A. Chancey to build the Piano duet March of the Braves, Blake
Sam Martin
Miss Jessie Lockhart, Mrs. Millar. Capt. has received the engine -
&- .school house. Mr. Chancey has ordered Recitation Engineer's Making Love. for the fine launch he is building for

qk .. the necessary lumber and will commence Mrs. Williford. Hon. Geo. R. Lyon. .
'Work as soon as it arrives. Violin solo, A Few Old Tunes, j "
Master Harold Millar. Messrs. B. & S.Adams are back to their t "

;'. Eev. Millidge Walker and Mrs. Walker Song, I Can Not Sing the Old Songs Claribel Melbourne home after spending several For doors and windows '
: ti were welcomed and duly introduced to Mrs.Salmon. months in Jacksonville. .:-*

r tbeir new home in the rectory of St. Piano solo, Happy Farmer, Schumann -. _. .
Miss Jessie Lockhart. ::lrs U. A. Stephens, or Pablo Beach, covered with any wire...
w Marks church, Cocoa, on Tuesday of last
Song, Japaneee Love Song is enjoying her visit in her old home, the
; ., -. week by Mr. Cresson. The work on this 4
Mrs. A. Millar.
r..' f* attractive and comfortable. cottage was begun Piano duet Sleighbells, 01 ,
& : a Miss Jessie Lockhart, Mrs. Millar. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Brand have goneto in %
in the early part of August by Mr. Dealers Lumber and Builders' Material. :
W. E. Booth and completed in October. Recitation, Rival Melodies, Jensen for a time, but hope to returnto .. '
Mrs. Williford. Eau Gallie Florida. t
is Great credit is due to Mr. Booth for the Melbourne again.
Violin solo. Symposia Waltz !.
;successful results following the move to Master Harold Millar. The entertainment given by the Ladies' 4 .
provide a suitable home for the rector of Piano solo, A Lawn Party. Heins guild at Hotel Carleton last Friday night
i. this church. 1 1 1R Miss Jessie Lockhart. was a success as.usual. JOHN R. WALKER & CO. I
Song, Good Bye, Tosti ,
Mr. Ernest Abney, a City Point boy, Mrs. Millar. Ducks and coots in great numbers now

j.::. now residing in Jacksonville, is visiting Recitation, Sweet Fancy, swarm along our shores and the sports Titusville, Fla., .
1i his mother. Ernest left here some years Mrs. Williford. men come in with plenty of them.

:ago a boy, but comes back a man, bringing Piano solo, Martha Mrs.Millar. Flotow Capt. West getting up a big excursion "" 'J

-I.:. ,',:". .. with him a charming young wife who Mind Reading Extraordinary, from bt.; Louis, Mo., to come to the i:
,.: :-:. is introduced for the first! time to the Mrs. Millar. east coast. They were to leave St. Louis

'" 1. ..'" beautiful Indian river and all its magnifi- Too much cannot be said in praise of on the 14th. DRYCLOTHING .

R;; ,>:', '. ent surroundings. We trust she will those of those who took part. The mind ; :Mr.: L. E Adams was much pleased

s''_ ::,'." take away the-sanw pleasant impressions reading by Mrs. Millar was wonderful. I last Saturday night when his mother arrived ;

',.: :'. : : of everything and everybody she will Those that did not attend missed a rare from her home in Indiana to spend ,

treat. the winter in Melbourne.

GEORGIANA.Carl -. :Messrs.: R. P. Paddison, L. Simpson, GENTS' FURNISHINGS i
AMA7TEROFHEAUHPOWDER Harry Sample, Leland McMullen and ,
Wittfeld s enjoying Cuba save he :
has to live too much to himself not speaking Miss Mathers of Eau Gallie, attended the

Spanish guild entertainment last Friday night. SHOES

k j<, Mr. Hiengfh, of Newark, X. J., a cutlery )Ir. and Mrs. F. G. Humphrys, of In- ) :

:4S manufacturer, is here taking an ear dianola, were pleasant visitors in Melbourne ..

,x: w ly outing for rest, health and recreation.It last week, stopping for a short t
1< time then continuing; their cruise by sail MILLINERY
is now understood! that the Misses!
. boat to points further south.
; Bond are to be here soon and also the ,
: The Misses and
Lucy Amy Rhodes arrived 4
Simmons to occupy their pleasant and
.! last week from Sewall, W. Ya., and
comfortable winter homes.
t'r. they were accompanied by Mrs. Egan, !!ffl1 : '
Planting is the order with some while son and daughter, who will spend the ::

: shipping fruit and vegetables in small winter in the Rhodes mansion on the ..

lots is that of others. Oranges grape- bluff. ::: ?: = = ;= = :,..;: : : : :

i'L:L '4ION8 fruit, pineapples, egg plant and string We want

beans are among the things being shipped Chamberlain's When you want Stomach a pleasant and physic Liver Tab-, try your patronage. 1
We almost immune
away. are aa from lets. They are easy to take and produceno Our aim is to please YOU.
cold here aa at any point even to the uttermost gripingor other unpleasant effect. Sold it
\ limits of the mainland of Florida. by Red Cross Pharmacy. New, Up-to-Date Goods in every '

For thirty years when cold waves have Line. .

: A6a01gtIYlhM1f4SNOSUBSTIJ1JTE hurt Florida, groves on or near the east John White & Co; i

bank of Indian river have escaped harm LOUISVILLE KY. Mall orders receive '
I I 1 prompt and ;
x.wwnned 1>>1ItJpeot } +
as to tree or fruit. Here it is several degrees .....
.e& prIq # careful .
''.. A Cream of Tartar Powder, warmer than on the west shore and ttttltrnm attention. F
; tree from alum or pho-
, in the line of health no one can complainas FURS -,
.phatlo it is equal to the best that can be found tad.Hides. JOHN R. WALKER &: CO. TitiiSYille! Ia' : :
JWfAI. BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YOMC. elsewhere J :-. '
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