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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 24, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00340
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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;: : i.\--N poppltiao:1DDer.: Mr'tFiPPfDj; 'v.wTiiFw :#- : ;At;the, JIM'meeting'. fthe, board' of the Buster 'Brown, special price;,.15 Typewriter in good condition 'will be
'; : ; ; !:.. '. here frog.fe'n ;County. coort'foritheTovember! term county instructed cents per pair. old at a bargain.. Address THE: STAB'office r-
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HJ'; :';"l' 'W'.Ul&' """r ''''''' '' !t',,' <'-" I, waa J jdrneclWednesday morning;with ..Children's ready made nightgowns, at once. '
,: i.2f:, ,, ": ',-;-!-' ( .. id the babjamved4X j their to institute mandamus
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: three:C2i inailcalw,!+disposed of;since attorney made of a good quality of outing'flannel, : J-
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... ., { .. role 6&.1 } Miss Isabel Burns has' to Miami
: ... : y' froiSociffl proceedings to test the'question of'wheth... worth 89 cents, special 59 cents each. returned '
.,. ;.t..Yt'f benyoeij'Allen: ;: ., "!' i'l, te account of this court's proceedings as : after months. visit with relatives
Lion brand chatelaine floss this is
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;. {:;:#b-, ,. hinevtsneed. launch 'ODiOf;these eases viteegunatOldHaiaa..Who' <; especially for knitting purposes, special! Silas B. Wright, of DeLand, who has \r

';;O'....1* :' ,.f.,;._., HewjSmyrna;, EauSw .. :was charged with' illegal be mde. price, 10 cents per skein. many friends Titusville, has been ad V h
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i.J..:.' ..'. -.":..'..:;Y.<;t; '<:",","' _P "",-i,>>;;f,'.;,;.".,.<' .:-,> .'.;i:;-.: tlehmjlln Late. Winder.; ;The case was County.TreaSurer John Henry declinedto We will also put on sale about 200 pairsof mitted to practice law.in the Florida cir' t :x=
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!jii"".'.", "o1..r';kJ'".J1t"" .5..;'. ;.fSBgr S. :"""K#making+- ;-:;:""neededt .''>.> tried. J Jury, who'returned a verdict for make., he transfer' upon the., order: of ladies' shoes, one lot made of the best cult courts.. ': '
} 1lIJ" he sta**;v, Haigne was.sentenced to payaJno'ot quality 'of vici kid, Goodyear welt or
,, $"{ ""ff1t _tbeb. bitteek'ae the board, holding as his opinion that thecommissioners H. W.'Weir moved to Fort Pierce the -
;?:>:i( : eyi .ttitge'MS : : 150.,or' imprisonment. for aixiDon'bi.'r' pump sole if you 'wish, the .well known
... Itt .. dJo arrive -- first of the week where he'now holds'.a.
.1f : : s .Uy..u1W ,;i'.. -< could not legally order make ofKrippendorf&'Ditmann, worth
.W tare almost f"1:,;:' !.f y :t1'tN'.i.J4 ''\. The cases of the'state of Florida versus such a transfer of funds.: $3.50,. special price (259; also one' lot position in the general merchandise store- -

"" f'( ", : :...l.ieliea4 Jft'I. l cl fatuity. movedS r Jeorge Maaoi''and W. A. Hart who were Accordingly Judge D.L., Gaulden attorney worth. $3 00 special price 12.19, ,all sizes. of P. P. Cobb.- s

!< -t,, P; ""' .:GaakleQ cottage on Washington both charged withl:;:hunting at night by for board before If you want any ready made skirts we Mrs. 0. A. Qaarterman returned Mon .
;; *wt last Satorday.whei?, .Mrs.'Hieksonrooms. fire light' were last taken O p. M\sbn\.was the appeared will place on sale about ten different styles day night from a visit of several weeks at
'y ;j "a.;;.. ..w........ .1 .. i5 '. tried ant and discharKed.-- The proeecut-I Circuit Judge M.- s. Jones in .regard .to ladies' tailor made skirts- bean&ifuJs'y1es, Charleston, S. C.,- where she was with' '
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ktJ'. W7."L-"" .- :: U ">' .<""ltielttltidwiorWt' '''' ''''' '''' '''' 8unsy ... ing attorney then-i noi prossed the case his matter last'week at DeLand with the good quality price is lower than you can her daughter, Mrs. Jobansen and her '

". : ; $.g. : after-- against,HarL, i / ., 1'f8111&"that Judge Jones promptly refused send away for them in the-northern mar. son, 0. A.. Quarterman Jr. .
; 1io8liiMi mi'.bere bt'will get.he Informadon had been filed by the kets. '
: j :h eeboafBeiRo"ieady.foTYheroWAer' state to grant the order. The judge's decree The poles for the new telephone line J
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: igainst Everett: E-- Bass,: who has a sa- Our kid gloves for ladies have no superiors -
.""-:: .r x; slirldof- NevYorkr 'iN' ."!!k\ 'f" loon in the town of Eau Gallic for selling reads, as follower, and in fact no equals We have were all set this week and the wiring is ,,,< 1.
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-r ; i f. ':;'F".iii .J of:,Rockledge; lqaoraJrthtn.Joor miles :of a church. -In the-Circuit Court in and for Brevard them in black tan, white, and gray,'all us1 now that going he on. baa Mr. Mandaville line informs t

e g" &'Johnson and J. C. The ease was argued on 'motion made : .County Florida.:: sizes. This glove we positively guarantee the railroad now a in"or'ration' .
,': / by.N.2'Bryan of Jacksonville,attorneyfor Monday's special $1.19. across track.
I,. fEi-aart of Owfc Were In'toxnWednes- State of Florida ReL .
Board of
-0.> t *ff5, daylbeetveia the county taut. Bass to'quash'.the';information"the ex County We also have another lot in black and Mr. Geo. Gingraa of &: has a- -
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,.; Q-4!:.(= ;;.::' ",!'"'- h.a.."--dredge'""snd, constitutionality of the act being at issue.'udge : Commissioners of Brevard County vs. tan only, worth'every cent of $1.25, for succeeded in making a mile in less than .
'1if i! :Y ; Ths 4otetpmettt ensgboat J 'Penney sustained the motion and John Henry-*Petition-- for Writ of Man 98 cents. three minutes.. In a recent trial be cow

'*! ;::4:31J'WtNi .m-' thu' place last night, aCt the IDformatioo'.1I dismissed Geo: M. damus.. Splendid sale of magnificent winter ered the distance in 2M-a rate' of twen-
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;, '... 7 cf" iIIkn and funh. bobbins appeared tae'assistant prosecuting This cause'came on to be heard on.the dress goods; -$1.25 per yard for $1.75 ;y-one miles an hour for a boat only .30

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7 "% :l.-: .".1'' ) .1'c 'ti- '; -- .. 'Jd'i i."," '. -- an alternative writ of mandamus, and of the new fall shades, also in black; The marriage of Mri W. Stuart Hill
""' 1;\ "f [Mr/j;LoriliardJ'J T.l'has: -about....,. >{Julius Kline, Tituavillevc upon consideration of said petition it is this grade of goods is seldom offered at and Miss Faith Paris daughter of1 Rev.
foot tunnel :boat _vc'f r ** -"* .r--.- *< t. ordered that the of said petition this price ,
new power prayer
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dhihit yon are ID'eed of a 'pali!.of,shoes, Sicilians in fall ..weights and Mrs. W. W. Fans, both of Miami, .J
and
". ; ;tfee ween mw. almo (: the.en- for the alternative writ of mandamus is Imported
'"' we can.fit yoo and auit you out of the fol.lowing in Great will take place at the Presbyterian church .
:t! ,o,1he boat.HewiUiri allaUfews hereby refused, because the acts.of the highly lustrous finish made
c... '. ",,iiL: }t.. makes: W/Li;Douglas Hanan & legislature of Florida in chapter 4,323 and Britain, in all the leading shades including in that. city on Wednesday evening, Nov.

_ ," vxx ,...,. ,rf" ..-, .. Son;',Walkover\Krippeadorf. .dttmsnn chapter 4.325..a.cta.of. l89..ublitbe4.a black and blue and in. plaids, 44inches 29th. No formal invitations. will be Issued z'

\..i. '. L..a" ort"W-. .:;ftalm ,for:ladies and:children fine and forfeiture fund, and the said acts wide, worth 1.50 per yard at a .

;",'ti.Ji4'is';" Lied 1RIII:1.: 1t661e'Dd daoghter; provide that the treasurer of the county special price of 98 cents. : Mr. and Mrs. Benj..W. Jerome,of New
; li. : tfreoaAtaardayuntl"Monday: :with : Dr. E. H.. Armstrong, of Jacksonville, shall keep said fund separate and provides Ladies' and children's new and hand London Conn., were passengers on the

'W.. )5....''' ;; rJIi:0: :) 1rID' ;oj:1'be :" ar acknowledges the well known eye and nerve specialist that; the'treasurer shall pay out said some jackets and coats in three-quarter southbound train Saturday en route to r

,., ,.lt. toel.'IJ--.I"va- pleasant call',- "1::Monday.- -_- will make a, personal v'.sito'our town funds only for criminal expenses fees lengths and some full lengths prices from West Palm Beach, where they make their # ,

...;.:.f.. "-f' ,,., :4 '::'uP..e eall attention; to the new itdvertieetetentof and will be at the Indian River hotel on and costs where the crime was committedin $3.00 to $20.00.'Ladies' winter home. Mr.'Jerome will install a .
; 7k '" .,MapeV fertilizers' this=week on Dec.:1st; The most radical forms of eye the county, and the fees and costa area sweaters-again we have received 25 h. p. Hasbrouck motor in his launch,

r > pate l:iThis ad,contains something olilnterestiousers and nervous troubles are. ,handled with legal claim against th;county in accordance a big lot of them colors white or the Volunteer, this winter. This motor :

,'t.t1i "of fertilixera: light favorable results. with the provisions of said acts. red, handsome designs, this garment is burns either kerosene or gasoline.

$' :6' s ;sandy latle;; Write their agents about it. Done and ordered at DeLand, Fla., this positively worth $2.50 at a special priceof
the 16th day of November 1905. $1.49. Mr. and Mrs. W M. Prindle, arrivedin
Tliethou.eb stVagibondiaarrived8an e.AJmo Cuts Wife's Head Off
'I f''' 'c { t. MIXOB t9. Joras, JULIUS KLINE, Titusville Saturday afternoon from
m' 'day Jdr-the purpose of meeting Mr.',Melf Hnntingtoh W. Va. to the win-
: Judge of said Court. Titusville Fla. 1. spend
A named Jonas Williams made
s flea f and party who arrived,here: Monday :negro a ter and are located again in the Taylor

.<,".... ::c.. ,' ;afternooniTheVagabondia steamed for dastardly attempt to kill his wife Wednesday Dr. Armstrong in parson can be seen cottage on the river bank: Mr. Prindle

;:'.. \[, : : lowu ever potato' *.; oohi,. .- the'part1 .night by cntting her in the neck. Window shades 20c. at Novelty Store. at the Indian River hotel on Dec. 1st inregard comes here fully equipped to enjoy the s

-'rU/ .t, 4 mtognLif"Tn : 't .\, He succeeded in making a tremendous to any eye or nerve trouble. Positively hunting season and baa a new recess
"' i7 Julius Kline, Tituaville only on date named. wheel coat on the from the :,
1t Mamie ands _power way
$ & !ddiDgofMiss ;sEay gash in the back of her neck, nearly severing /"'
'f Mr. lea,Marshall 1 was to take ,place on Remember we carry the largest and north for use in navigating the shallowwaters '
..fi :t her head from her body cutting '
: Programme For the Culture Club of this river.
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!f -- ':bride.was aTresident of Titusville some through the flesh and muscle of the neckto and cravanets as well. The Progressive.Culture club has arranged .11,"4

:f."j q i- ;years ago';:)The groom is the superintendent the vertebra. Evidently the cutting the following. programme for the Church Notices ;

; :. .-, of the'"electric. :light ,plant at Day'tonaC' was done.with a very sharp knife and the Jimmie Knight's Narrow Escape next two months: Rev. Millidge Walker will hold divine ..
." tf< __ ,I ". -J. .* November 27th-Subject: Thanks iv. x
'' '" villain undoubtedly tried to cut her throat services on Sunday next, Nov. 26tb as Il
. il;''!':h ,; -- -- fortunately he was thwarted in his designby Jimmie Knight a drayman in the employ ing. Roll call; Thanksgiving invitations; follows: St. Marks church, Cocoa, morning -
*.f :! r piano of Holton had reading President's Thanksgiving procla- JO:30. school 9 30 a.m. ;.i
Henry a narrow escape prayer Sunday :
.',' pop It the woman lying on her face. mation, Miss Daisy Brady Origin of
:: .Ton may depend .u ho one will iroin being killed by the 10:39 p. m.: ; St. Gabriele church Titusville, evening .,
The woman had quit Williams, but he Thanksgiving, Mrs. W. M. Brown; read- school '
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give ou7 greater:.value for the-money prayer at 7:30 Sunday : a. m. :.
;,i.. ; .than be, does,\' -He tunes scientifically, had followed her up here and, strange to train last Saturday night. As the train ing Thanksgiving poem, Mrs. F. A. Morgan Rev. John W. Walker will hold divine ;
was allowed to sleep in the kitchenby was nearing the station platform the ; discussion of Thanksgiving by mem ..
-t!. .tfl.i." studies to please, works on the non-cure say, services on Sunday next, Nov. 2t5tb, as ;
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'w v ''na pay plan;:' Don't let every.Tom, Dick this woman and her mother-probably horse took a fright from the headlightas bers.December follows: At Holy Trinity church, Mel- -
of him. These 4th-Business meeting. .
fear
through persons bourne morning 10:30 St. Johns
"t\ and Harry ,trifle, with your piano. Do Knight was driving his dray along the prayer ;
{ have not been here long and were stran December llth- History day. Russia,
wait for' him to call, bat. lend for church, Eau Gallie evening prayer 7:30,
r not
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'&.r';. ; wUhout delay at Tau STAB:office.FrJBNrn7BB gets among the colored people of this west side of Collins' grocery store towards ,Mrs. Adhemar Brady: discussion of RusSian bible class 3:30 p. ml: >
him
i J s place.Williams. Main street The animal backed the literature Mrs. E. E. Rollins; reading .

i' :: ,, DRY GOODS:.SHOES.Ladles' .' the cutting made: and his at escape present promptly time thereis after wagon right in. front of the locomotive, Pritchard.from Russian novelist, Mrs. D. B. Do You Need Any Furniture b

Try .'and gentlemen's visiting cards.. no clew as to where he went. Sheriff resulting in the vehicle being torn into December ISth- nbject, Music. Roll The Titusville Furniture company ;

.'' .WOOL art squares, also ingrains.! Brown was down the river yesterday but fragments, the driver was thrown just to call; invitation from favorite song; His is the place to buy your furniture. Don't .''1;

.A,1"f-;r.; .1...'. Boat; awning cloth red and white. .' will won hunt him down. Such a villain the west of the main line track and when tory of Music, Miss Daisy Brady; Famous purchase elsewhere until you come and

. '. :Picture frames; several styles 40c. up. deserves the fullest extent the law. can the train was' stopped his wrist was Composers Mrs. C. J. Denham; reading, see us. When you look you will buy. 1
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Special sale wool drees goods TnesdayIT.tj' inflict, > Alexander's Feast Mrs. E. B. Wager. We carry everything in the furniture ,
il >< > Jp affair must have after caught under the trucks of one of the for. January 1st Business meeting. line and the low and .
:and .Wednesday, 5 yds for price! of 4. This happened just prices easy pay. ,
ya t Cbas.'Gardner;. Titnsville, Florida. midnight for Dr. Rollins was railed ward cars, the air brake clenched the January 8th-Hisloryday. Japan, Mrs ments break. the record. Mail orders a t

; t: about 1 o'clock., He says the woman will truck so it did not turn, otherwise the Louis Bradv; discussion RussianJapanesewar specialty. Freight paid on all orders. .
>?!'< Mrs. B. R. Wilson Mrs. P. Nelson -
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recover. H. K. OXNEB, Manager. F
"Y, ; Announcement arm would have been crushed. e
Mrs. Geo. Hanford talk
; reading, ; on .
a Dr. Armstrong's representative, owing Farming Land For Sale. Knight was very badly bruised up in Japan :Miss Susie Gladwin. Announcement S

Ar "to sickness, coed,not make dates as per the general crash and smashup, but luck- January 15th-Current events, by mem-
'.,. ',. ," annoancemqmV.'; so, Dr. );Armstrong will Eighty acres just welt,! of Titusviile, ily did not sustain any broken bones or bers. Dentos will be in commission and '.
::ft.'... 'make a personal visiUo our town Dec.Ilstt.1' the county seat of Brevard county, water serious injuries and he will be up aDd January 22nd-FederatIon day under moored at Indian River hotel dock on
hotel He be protection by tributary waters of St. but for Tuesday Nov. 21st, need repairs on Den- ,
MtbndianRiver can about again goon, two or three direction of president; reading from Key ,
.t.h'lnregard: to nerve Johns river on the west. Excellent land from bruises toe have caused delay. Will remain in .
..j;;< consulted : any days was too sore to even : stone. e
4: complications .or. eye troubles' The doctor for orange culture or farming. Price. move in bed. January 29th-Social day. Titusville three weeks.: "
: Address Mrs. Matilda Peterson
'::l; will positively ,be here pnly. on the very low. F. H. Hoccmox.

JJ 'date named.I' Stockholm Wisp Call at Titusville Livery, at rear of Turkeys For Sale

;. A Bargain in Seal Estate Robbins' law office, for stylish rigs.Leave White Holland and Bronze varieties, For Sale ,
"--1' For Sale your orders for hauling, both double from 10 to 20 pounds price 25 cents per Two hundred acres unimproved land

,) :" Upright'piano"f in' good condition, for FOR SALE-An old, pioneer grove, one : and single. J. M. Oaban, proprietor. pound gross. T. A. Robinson City near Sebastian. The St. Sebastian river

-"-, ;ald cheap. Can be seen,by applying .to mile river front 290( acres land, 25 acres Point, Fla. runs through this land. Write Fred E. 'j

L' f: .P, St..CI ir Nfebet, Indianola. Fla. in grove in good condition, fine dwelling. Wanted Shaw, North Yakima Wash., for partic
't very best of land for celery farm. Three For Rent at Rockledge ulars. *.
;!! "' For'Sale. crops of oranges would pay for the place. Reliable young man to clerk in grocery 4
; Will sell for less than value of improve store. Apply to J. M. Sanders, Cocoa Two furnished cottages; one of four Nails *
Titnsville Crate Material Baskets
in
't Zt. :Cottage with four rooms land Fla. Give references. rooms; one single room. References given
purchaser thereby '
*1" .. in a' large lot under good.fence comprising free ments better than nomesteaaing getting no incum. and required. Address Lock Box 115, Bean baskets and octagon bean crates. \. ;
: : ,'five town, Iota _Also good mule for ; ; Rockledge, Fla. Full stock in our warehouses at Titus.
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m \ ale.. Address H care STAB office. brance: ; titles perfect; farming'&ools., vehicles Sparker For SaleA :
: all with yule, Eau Gallie Fort Pierce and West ;
blacksmith place
shop
T go
; i that needs batteries. Weakened systems need a mature *.'
W. R. magneto no Palm Beach. Write for prices. Also for
SANDERS
VOB LiI'P'nB CASH. and will be wholesome, mellow liquor that's I. %P.
; Indianola Fla. Brand new sold at wholesale prices on other crate material wrapping s!
About Nacres of good .huh' land on price. Inquire at THE STAR office. Harper Whiskey, the kind your grandfather paper and crate nails.

: ,the east or ocean side of the .Indian river HENRY, BEHKCKE-OUMS REPAIRED. used. Sold by R. L Motlow and East Coast Lumber & Supply Co. .!

,_ at the Narrows;'described as follows: Lot > Just Beceived F. A. Losley.

.No. section 36, also tot No.. 3, section Specially made'gon' springs warrantednot } DUCK HUNTiNO. lit
STOCK > <>R SALE. .
break. tested. Carload of that elegant grade NURSERY
36,'in township 31 south, range 39 'east.c to Every one carefully orange '
'' c- +This land is unimproved bat finely located. Guns stocked. Leave, your gun at Pritch wrapping paper,we handllast season Citrus stock grown on high pine land M. L.Peacock at Titnsville is prepared I
For further particulars address ard's hardware Also extra heavy grapefruit paper. Indian River Nurseries, established 1886. ;, to take parties out for duck shooting at

: -. B. M. Low 'store.H., BEKECEE.. EAST COAST LOIBER & SUPPLY Co., Send for catalogue, Toledo and West reasonable rates. Correspondence. eolic-

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: -I' \. _- Afthe.i: : pearauce'this ;,;fail,.,and, 'in'serer'ai.re-: : with kidney and bladder .trouble.
.. "- .., egnlar..monthlymeetingsotI. >{'/'. ".J.g tOwn hunts- have- be organized' - andboth. :need the same' great remedy. ,' .- ;
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s4 "; .the" Statelducatlcmal: lBoard ot ConCOtt- A. 500 Craig S#.
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t '. 't: ., !;.troLheldthia'city: J1 .
i.;.. '" <>ns beasts a.:special, dispatchtronortbfleldVtto Hot Ark. for sciatic themaatisa, hut I
F :: '1;: Iderable; 'bpetnese '* wai. --trarisacted says by druggists; in fiftytent Springs. Liniment '

w!.", .,. ,and"c"''tile 'board:'.; '" '":rwas_lnvsesaioa:, nearly. World.. ; ,.- Thus. far'.aeTeralJhaTe tiygKevr: 'York beenkilled'liut sizes and You'one.maihave dollar a. ( 'than jet more any medicine-d from or &DJt JJaDud'mg I Snow bare ever .u...s-a.

.:r. !' ,'t all/day'/ : 'increase sample bottle ,by mail 1Dt1 find postof&oe order for|Lwi Seed bile :
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. ,.-r! ;-rl", "f;; '" .. :'here$ Chairman.*N...'P...:,BrysecretaryX For .many years, wolres hue'been all about it, including many ,of, the THU&. SIZES: 25c,. ::50C. AND ,$1.0.0 '
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considered and when Grafton thousands ,of testimonial letters '
extinct a received
4g Y"'f'tft._...,. .., 11 en..In, whooeyoffiee'the"meeting: was from sufferers cured. In Dr. Kilmer _:suaE you, OEY THE GEMJEItE VV
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: a .tio&1aa:,. and 'N"A.. Adams of;White : ,Don't make any mistake but rememberthe ,
$.,..,.. ,mi.- Grafton man that' :he: spent ,a 'week name Swamp-root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
v Springs hunting the'animal and,finally broughtit Boot,and the address Binghamton, N.. Y.. 4V

1 .' .Atr..W. Edwarda!. : of;the.. firm ,ofEdwarda to the village in .triumph. ,"where itWsa on every bottle.

. # t#,,<. &. Walter, arehitecta\of; Ckxlumtria : seen.,tobe, a,'genuine specimen.Since -
Hearst that his .
r b :S. C, the successful bidden then the wolves bavebeen breed running for says of New campaign York SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY .

, .f-it"K .." ...''. on the- } !ans. for.tie' university- .' buildIngs ing, and farmers fear; that they will expenses were over. ,$65,000.. mayor lED CROSS & r'flftismLR"IAII.E1U GILLIE PHASgiCT. EiP GALLEB x

'* ". were.alSo present at the smeettr4 soon become:mighty troublesome unless r- '
; i t '. ''measures 'are"promptly taken to Herb W. Edwards Injured.x
I : considerable .
and the board spent l
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; ji'h''A ...., \. 2 it. ,exterminate them. Herb W. Edwards, of Des Moines,
time ut.lr., Edwards in
4"A't: : conferring; The increase is laid ,to ,the fact:that Iowa got a fall on an icy walk last winter ,

$'i--: .regard" to .Ihe.best'plan for' securing a few years ago the wolves were driven spraining his wrist and bruising his EFFECTIVE AUG. 6.--: 90.5. fNo

:, .. bids;;for the erection" of the buildings southward from 'Canada and be- knees: "The next day," lie 'says; "they .
:30 34 Ko.29 )io33
\i.. that it has beei decided to construct cause were so sore and stiff I was afraid I would Ilih 8etweeD Jteksoav111e and N.w.rork. +
the state decided about this timeto Daily. y. Daily.
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.Joij .;: 1 Uft have to stay in bed, but I rubbed them! "
't :kC ., <.': at once ,* remove"thebounty'. on 'all noxious well with Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and 755 P == 910 s Lv Jacksonville Fla___.__ Soy Ar. 8 00 s ... 8 20 p r
.4. It .was 'finally 'agreed that the firm animate. Then, too,'deer have.been in after a few applications all soreness haddisappeared. 1215 a ____ 120 p Lv-Sam.nnah.Ga___-.So. BJ', Ar. 150 _...,V 4 05 p
J B 55 a _____. 1023 pAr.Charlotte X. ..__- Ry. Lv. 9 50 p 833 sB
creasing and ,young fawns make excellent ." For rale Red Cross -
architects should:insert an adver- by -
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t ,, lone'wolves. When Pharmacy.SPORT. 4lig; Ar. Richmond. Y&._ Soily. Lv. It 30 pt 30 p
:;:; $';:-r x tlsement in ,.the al1! papers bviting the animals feedingfor travel in 95O p-== 950 a Ar. Wahingtoa.D.c.--So.B7' Lv. ,10 51 a 950

iA *'..\o. contractors. "to .apply. to the[architectst packs they have 1125 ...1130 a Ar. Baltimore, Xd.-P. X. R Lv. 012l 8 ti p
-- no difficulty overcoming .buck. .
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2 S5 H5p Ar.Pht'ladelphiaPaP.E.RLP 333 ..__ 353p
,,,: .for. plans /'and: : specifications, upon Within' the last few weeks wolves 830 ______ 415 pAr._ New York;N. y.P R. B Lv. 1210 323 It
; ;i' vhich to submit bids. Barnard '
> have" been .seen in Waits-
Nos. 33 and 34-New York and Florida Dally
Express. Pullman Drawing Boon
--" The.meeting' oi the board 'whici field; Grafton
Gayesville'Chittendeu Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.
.. 1, liid.formerly,.been agreed upon to beheld I PittsCeld and' in several other towns Nos. 29 and "Washington.:and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman. Drawing. Boom

:ft {?, November. 24th in Gainesville for In three instances they have been Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.

T. the of receiving aifd considerV kilted but in.'the others'they' escaped. No 30
t purpose_ : !\Q. t9
Through The Lanil of the
Sky.
Last spring a farmer named Purely, Daily.755p.( n
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tt; ing bids .for -construction of the "' '
who lives in Northam, found in the Lv.Jacksonville. Fla,- ----.-_____So. R7. Ar. t(oO a
t buildings,; has, been postponed until woods near his place what he thought 12 15: a Lv. Savannah.....__ ________....__--:'__ -So. By. An 4 50 a

M"{.t December11th.. On ;that date the were two shepherd puppies.. They were and Adventure C-XJa Ar. Columbia, S. 1,_..___._--_-__ .... ..-80. ByrLT.. '115 4
15op237p Ar. AsheTille. X.CX, .___.._ ___ '
-So. LT
willmeet' ------- : By., 413 p
Ji.fi. beard in Gainesville'and about three weeks old, and be had no Ar. S.c.---______.___
HotSprinp. _."...,... ;._SG.B7. LTt 12 43 a
tf r) open bids for 'the' construction of difficulty in catching them. He had Ashore and Afloat { 600p .Ar. Knoxville,Tt'Dn., : E y. L1', 8 S3 a

fit., buildings in'accordance.wlith,the plans the little fellows hi his arms-and was with 815 a Ar. Cincinnati. Obia. -Q..t G LT. SI51Nos.

F :V. and specification furnished: the bidders starting home with them when he was ROD AND GUN .29 and 30-Pullman Drawing Room and Buffet Sleeping. Cars between Jiclsoavfik and 1
ferociously attacked'by an old she St. Louis '
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;z Volt and was badly bitten in the leg If yon like to read of the experiences: of

.f .z._ '' The,details of just. what'these'pians. before he could beat the beast off. ratters shooters aoc1 campers or yachting; No. 13 Between dack.onrtlleamdtheNorth aad West 1
So.1t
or if you are interested in country life ask I .. ,
and specifications 'snoull' consist of This Is the only case where. a wolf your newsdealer for Forest u4 Stream .
{ or write for free specimen copy. or send == 745 p Jacksonville, o.Ky_. ',___ Ar 93 a.-_.._
: took up considerable.time, and it was has attacked a man, but two children 3 00 Ar. Macon. So. _
-eaty-fie cents for four weeks' trial trip. ----- a Ey ---- ____. Lt t U al__
I'j r 'after. dark last,night, when the. meet- have been set upon;, and countless Freak and Stream U a Urge illastrcted ------ 520a ,Ar. Atlanta. So. Ry----n' _LT" no let
.. :' sheep have been killed. For a time the weekly lonrnil which; contains the follawiae ------ 9 45 a Ar. Chattanooga, So.Br...--.-..-"._...NN _LT" "g 1i !
f fzg.adjourned. Mr. :Edwards left at departments: .... Ar P
'. town authorities laid the depredationsto --- 140 p Cincinnati QueenACtesceat__._. LT. 830 a'_._
'. -once'for Columbia''and; will 'have the ,dogs, and it is believed that they Sea Came and Bag River and FnViatV G'm.! Natural YacttioJ. t4rJ. == 840 p LT. Cincinnati, Bit Four BoQte_____: -v 710 S'==

I < advertisement, prepared. and inserted paid damages in several instances TbeSport mn To..rial. Canoezc' :------ -7 10 a Ar. Chicago Big Four Bocte. --:.. I SO pI--
Rifle and Trait, Kennel. == Line.-. ---
8 35 Lv. Cicciunati. Penn. .___
f11. 'i, in the-TimesrUnibn in a day or two. where wolves were to blame. For the We send free our csnbeoe cf the bsct boo:'.! ------- 710 p a Ar. (:hil"ae'O... Pena Lines.___ -Ar.LT. 643 err
c Secretary Kellum read from most tpart the wolves keep well backIn on outdoor life ted rtcr ciiioa. grip pl
reports
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} 8 4S Lv. Cincinnati
I r'; p C.H.& .-Jlonoa_,- .......
ij the various institutions over which the mountains during the daytime FOREST AND STREAM P '3. CO. : ------- 7 23 a Ar. Chicago. C. 1L.t D.-Y I1iiD_________Ar.T.. 141).1.: _. _

..;_.( the board has jurisdiction and these coming down to the pastures only at 346 troadwlY. New V-rk :::Sty.aj == 94.p Lv.Cincinnati, C. H.Jt D,-llici.Cent...,".,--ir. ,7 W .p.i.-

'if.: .," reports" showed that, each night. This'makes bunting them ex- ------- 520 a Ar.Toledo C, H. & a-Miclu Otnt..___--Lv. 1140. pi
r oC the educational tremely difficult and accounts for the ==== 725a Ar. Detroit C. H. & U-Yid1..iYrt _____Lr. 10 co pC:::

:: institutions was progressing small success the farmers have had in ------- 830 p Lv. Cincinnati Proa. Lines-_..._._..__=-- r. '30.-' a
j most satisfactorily,, ,and that: the attendance exterminating'them. Up to the present --- --- 5 55 a Ar. Pittsburg. Penn. LJB --______- 81$1'!==:

== 930p645a Lv. (Cincinnati Big Four.___. &ir.
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B Y wasquite large. -The. reports they have not become numerous -Ar. 830 ?
\ Cleveland. B Four.
&&*'.'<- t were very. satisfactory. to the.. (enough to hunt In packs but they will _:_::_:u::_: 530 p Lv. Lexington.Ar. SoNfirp1<< : !:-=

?% '' members of the board., shortly unless some concerted actionbe -----810p Louisville, &xRy U" 7 48 a'--
taken'to kill them off. Concern is 7 32 a .,r.St. Lusts. So By .. _._
fS v's fr : One matter that was taken up and ;is K you wtnt to jet the teerf / 1------- --- ------ __ v41oplNos. _
< felt for children in the remote districts :J;!Nn.? blest returns for /. ,ga"k'<
discussed 13 and U-"Th "
great length was that of Florida LimitE'd.
Daily Solid
rx who frequently have to travel eJ t.t ); yvut labor aDd AVPfl!!;;. Coaches and Pullman Steeping Can Between Vistibale Ttth. 1'kMap Day
the quo warranto proceedings Instituted over long.lonesome woodland stretchesin NyPt:"gl:}i your ground t.:1fCf: Jac2saaralk aW QDciuatl 4

in, the Supreme Court to requirethe order to reach the district schools.A :.: 'fo\{; iP t :u.plantanyUUng yon.can'dare but .f.ltFERRY W No. 5 No. 131 Between Jaeksoatllle sad E..sat Ch7.

Board_of Control.to,show by what !Sec It sec*
i Creeping Death. ------- 745 p Lv.Jacksonville FU, So. Ry. .__. --
'L: auznonty me" members of the board _u___ 5 20 a'' Ar. '!Ians. Oa.. F R.T----- h., I ISS a __

:: ,, exercise the rights .as officials of such mood poison rrrtpt np towards the .------ 1201.r.' Rlmnu hsm. Ala. *-v IVT805p .... : n. --LT ,1150 p,_
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: "art, causing drath J.E. Ptearne, Belle Ar.Memphis TMJB, Frfet NNNNNti NN..Lv j_
toard. ----- __ .
.': Plume, Minn., writes that a friend I'readfnHy f: SEEDS ------- 9 40 al \r.J\auq.tIt'ity.M .. Frisco----.__ .N..r--1..1': I f 3 ;'1
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... w' : As this is a move to test the constitutionality iijjnrwl his hand. whHy welled np ti

V of the Buckman bill, Under 'ike! hliiod poi f1ing. Biirklen's Arnica I ,:-thestsndsrdtJermyears'!su They always produce Nos. 13 and 14-Tbe Florida t.hnht'\l" tally. tEXCELLENT

:: silve drew nut Iht' .pOlfiOn. healed the toe largest and surest D1MNO CAR &KRT1CX.
which the Board of Control
was
: Cj\ wound "ml Paved his life. Best in the crops. All dealers sell J. c.L11f'K,Dhltrlrl h..r Ap-t. las'\TNt
them. Our
;;;.Y created and all the existing State ed- xorld far burns and sores. 23c. at Re 1 .1.l :,.,: seed Aaaoaltree ) : C.H.ACKERT.ti.8t ts.l.TATUW.ip.d.Bas6.iactawvtDe.f 1..

a: :, vcational institutions were abolished, i (c.'rcws Pharmacv.HEALTH. :" -. D.M.FERiiY on request& J. t:. H.'lIAKlWlCK"r".T.M. BROOKS MUKQ.LX ATO.P,A.

Je V the Board 01 Control has, decided: to (,.; iAl3rI'C9R.Y.. rte.OTROIT, MICH. I s.

'(t;,;:. defend the suit. The Attorney General Seat 8a 'I'ovtJ .

Ii ; Hon. 'Will..IL. Ellis, will represent tV rL'i : IThe

rJ- ., t. the board and. will probably be Chamberlain'sCoughRemedy Bridgeport"The t

:, assisted by one or more attorneys selected -

I fi: by the, board for that purpose.

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F' November' 23 and on that date man who insures his life Is .....,,---- --
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? z i board appeartobe.confident, that the You may insure health by guard J- Makes motor' ilt1ng a pleasure

......,.2-...<." Euckman. bill creating the' Board. of ing It. It is worth guarding. I k I Xa\ corking baltt, Increase

:'. .' Control will be held to be constitutional At the first attack of disease, pntg .

-di" : they are annoyed that the pro which generally approaches $htd- our \\tthod of construction

lt ; V ceedings should be brought at this through the LIVER and manifests and )TftU mill dlsctu

iF };k:, '' late day, just 'as the board, was.- about. itself in innumerable ways The Children's Favorite er why

,:;y. V far bids for the TAKE 'THEBmDGEPORrisa .
.s ..... ready .tol- advertise; .- -CURBS-
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{ ;itf 7 r 14 {'demand ; uponPresident .chiding 6,048'tons'of powder, 6,175 tons "t'[
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.i! ; 4 )ijW.t ;pf"cbg'llez .tattwharstgflunda pecr UU7:of3taekioot in a letter ta Corporations Gar- .for. ...political"and, other. purposes.. I EDUCATIONAL I 'L.\\> iii
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restraining Vandiver from carrying out ," !i
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!i: ;:..9lf.i1;. Y.' >. > ; ; and! this denial was to be the his expulsion plan. Farming Lessons For Children. 'z J '
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"' t1';>;C'';';' \''iW.l :"l.r "i' &IJ"LUV" Jews o:others .tax' Russia'' at.this timewOuld.bLinopportune'and courts.. Chicago, against' ,the. packers.. sessions '8 with the new: law are how required! to :
..'i 'C'I(. t.nelghbortiOOd. of : resumed, Its Nov: an -
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;..g".<<& W.teni.insuranae Men the rudiments of of'agriculture -- :- j'
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(,, ff; 2" ""'t .'.,-.0.;...n.. :: ;.IJ ', St'" Ji..r'candidate-'";":AMil'u.';;: ',.. 'KiSB of'aahthaf: th1j government* The::/lr'and jury: at St. Paul, :iMInn., Metropolitan and Actuary Mccilntock pupils explaining the'constituents' and =

.,: ,J4. ,; 1-. :. < i;" ......;.: .' mi.-hhie looked A for aresponse., to its solicitations baa'indicted:four men,connected with of the Mutual It was shown'that culture of soil and harvesting. of crops. ... :
II--r. : .d.!.:::::' -;;& p..'U\aII w .. .r tD'the'hOPed for:,establishment"ofaJmore the;former' management of the 0 Northwestern : Industrial policies for men of small 'The aim Is to Instill into the minds of :":*' .

; ,)''-i i.,,,'lt-.;- ,'''. .:,j'i plammerygci .! JiBeratforin,, of' government In National Life association, this means was 'charged.at.a much higher the children a love and respect for ag;. ; :' '
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l1i"itt! ?' ;;\. : G"i.,, 'The maip'foun BuaalLa-< .-. concern_ having been reorganized' under .rate than, those with regular annual hope more.
-,<"' .f.-J -OC.,:**'<' "f V'.7"' '' 'f 'the supervision of the state .The this will become farmers when, they grow : ,7
;.: ;" s' 1 ;.:dation'of ,:thiscrebukeaeeu SUp-Toward: New Gtrnuui Trsaty.aBatp premiums. The profits from busi-
gi# '# '. .. '" statute of limitation alone prevents the up. In forty-two counties this year .
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5j' f.i. $il >'f. ,# .. ., .. 18p_ Ton Sternbnrg, the Ger ness has up an enormous.surplus, '
..,. ;;;;: IG tbe.emancls as half of these Industrial policies .
: ) man;;;;ambassador. has 'transmitted to
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s- ... missioner O'Shaughnessy for acceptinga boys girls to'stndy the :! .
of the from Chancel elapse within a year, the Insured getting
t'fU k t.; l : k putipa; Secretary Boot a;letter
t a' conditions and principles
.;t" .4' }""'ti'"'!"J.. i..r..ko.t.. .... .... ......;,i- '-' 1I'ftt'I, ;: -ofthe lor von;;Bulow. suggesting that the time bribe of $5,000 to suppress. report nothing. Mr. Hegeman defends plant -sYgrow& ... .

*... '''''';''''-w# .;r"-J.allr-'lli f"1 :. '"Plii adelphia2t .. has arrived'for-rearrangement of.the on.this company. this on the theory that the poor man _
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i.t- ''' of deal States'nd Explosion a Jury. everything becausehe College Booming.
the'pfr tariff between ttVUnited ,
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crew ; : '
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%*}'h 4.T\"'," "'' w 'i".1''"" ,Whlti ,1Qt'YMn.."! ...bad... ;lrorn" thwveryatRepa ;- Germany.and., that Germany Is desirous, In order to impress the coroner's jury buys it in small'quantities.. A good The stratlon.returnJ of the leadI 10". i '

{ .. L 'and."-ivhlc4..'bl ..eor-' of a new'reciprocal'commercial treaty: at TJnlontown, Pa.. with the probability deal of the business consists In risks on ing universities and colleges of the *

:.....*"""" *: tTh:; ;:,rapt JD =: 4 or made'' .. dty. itssfocItod. The present. arrangement. ;comes. .to"anerid' that,the eighteen persons killed hi the the lives of children and babies. west for the current year show that M

"... .1.j-s.k>"; '.''''1''' .' 't:).qor'.WeaTer-" ,- vID- .March;,14, "1908. It is not'deemedUkelyJ explosion .on .Sept 9 lost their lives Spanish Rail For America. the young men and women of the western .
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,,?f .> .iI.-pCdratn3tbe;: st"'-..-....evict I1.ot,- -the t.the'adnnnUitration.'will. negotiate -. through the:work of vandals who.used Cable advices from Bilboa Spain, cities are patronizing more largely ;

s :it"!';Lqp psrt7 by?* |majority' of, 23,000 'a'new treaty" .until the senate Is nltroglycerin or fulminate of merry said that 21,000 tons of rails had been than heretofore the great institutions

:'t-#* '-...,-.'...-.f--i.'".<.-;'}...,pve-; She LOld: ,:".rln- .,;.while' ;:Durham and heard from. "' near the magazines qf the Rand Pow- ordered from the mills at that-place of their own section Instead of the big: 0 I

< iW, ". \..:, ',Waterloo.T4ere"t der company, the officers of that com and more venerable colleges of .the
; 'use
for In
} :_:' ,;.< ..t. PgloN er ;their Bank EXaminer DitmiMtd.Comptroller ; construction of a Califor-
.; !; S..f. i SOtid,pplle4..foree. aarecI}the day.by of,Cnrrency;;Rldgeiy announced pany exploded 2,000 kegs of mining nia railroad. The price for the rails, east. Both Harvard and Columbia .

!.: w i:.\ : .., ;romtJlf. cbecking' .. *corrupt" :.practices, ;'the:,removal of Bank Examiner : powder valued at $10,000. The concussion including. $4 a ton duty; Is said to be have had a falling off In attendance -
; tremendous but the Harvard reduced and
to
explosion being 3,863
;&i' .and T.>.ermltting. a free';, popular:expresp .- E.. H. Mattern of' the western i was $27 a ton, or $1 less than the existing
'.r f.lO ,,4bsiwichusetts{ made no such, hole In the Columbia to 3,725. The University of .
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... district account of his price for American rails. This is the
j}; ...:..0, ;, ; :i- Pennsylvania on I bad has made
{. i ground as been found after the Pennsylvania some gain and ,
Ywent
1. first rail that has
.' ; Republican, faUure discover the rotten conditionOf contract ever been
., fatal explosion of Sept. 9.. now has an attendance of 3250. Min -
ktJ. '. .Ould.geettlnE23Q0omatjorttyFforgovnor the Enterprise(:National bank'of Allegheny 'I placed In.Spain'for American use. .

._.# /;' : .}- : but.Draper:so narrow 'a margin' ,:which failed' as.the result! of Chadwick. Sentence. Upheld The Antipast Fare Again. nesota has Increased""Northwestern to 3,700, Michigan ".
t 'V 'bveri Whltae for:lieutenant. The circuit court of. appeals at Chcinnatt. > to 4,050, the to about. -
; governor manipulation of funds by state politi The officials of the western railroads '
4,000 Chicago to 4,500. California to
tier to.contest. has upheld the decision, of (
: Democnti'prppoaed clans It was found.that Mattern had centering at Chicago again adopted
1Itew' TorkKcltf likewise jolted theiosses'ofbo Judge Taylor of Cleveland in sentencing 3,500. etc. "
: been "entirely too credulous" in his acceptance their agreement to prevent reduced 9

-? ., ...k ; .pirty machinesand demOAatR4ted -- of. statements.made bj. officers Mrs. Cassie Chadwick to ten yearsIn rates or passes being used for the purpose School.For the Physically Weak.In m
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4.f Lr-- of.the bank., the state prison for her forgeries. of Prussia the school authorities are f
: :$ Influencing freight or passenger
: . T, std principle' ,, -. Mrs. Chadwlck's attorneys announced planning to build school hr the woods'
; I!.; ; 'Th'Cabinet Not Muul.d.I' traffic One of the officers broke over
: t,> ;j' s f popular.soy-. : r their Intention of carrying the case to near Berlin .where children known to
c. -- .President Boosevelt has explained to the traces by opposing the agreementon
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'. .., 4 "eriJ t1.: bll' the supreme court. be liable b tuberculosis will remain '
the ground that It was a dead let -.
newspaper
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the Washington correspondents
t .,. < r.electing. .DistrictAttorney. -;:,", throughout the day, having their meals T
} ; that the recent circular letter.sent ter. He said they all knew that the '
: .. : ':If RELIGIOUS furnished frea They will receive twoor 4
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to cabinet officers. law forbids issuing passes and yet that '
::;'.. .' ',rome by oven waa\greatly exagGeeratd. three hours of Instruction and will
most of them are regularly violatingthe
:. The letter was Intended
: : ; 16,000 plurality spend the rest of the time In exercise
'without the.Inf.dorsement merely to emphasize and to reiterate Pope Accepts French'Separation. law and their own agreementINDUSTRIAL In the forest.

:of the understanding- that has prevailedfor After nearly two years of silence Beat Liniment on Earth.
many years that Information is since the first breach occurred be-
any party or or- I I IAmorica'
,
Henry D. Baldwin, Sapt City Water
gamiationand not to be furnished the press concerning tween the.French government and the
Works, Shullsbnrjr, Wis., writes: "I have .
;; tn"spJte'otn.. cabinet meetings. It left"the mem- church of Rome Pius X. has Issued a tried many kinds of liniment, but I have .

g- t. .. fiiarJtlekt bers free to discuss the' policies of their letter to Archbishop Richard of Paris Coal Production. never received much benefit until I used

: _'-:.': :.' .M\UttlDrP''May. own department, with the only restriction embodying his personal views regard- Returns of the geological survey for Ballard's Snow. Liniment for rheumatism

,-. : : : 'UcCleUID that the details .of the cabinet ing the legislation under discussion in 1904 as collected by; Statistician Parker, and pains. I think it the beet linimenton
or.
:: ',;. w a sY.declared ., meeting should not be disclosed.LEGALCRIMINAL'. the French senate. Instead of a bitter according to the Coal Trade Journal, earth. 25c., 50c. and $1.00. Sold by ?

:.-0, .-,, elected"by*,tbe> District. Attorney protest the popes letter contained nota show that the production of coal last Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau Gallie

:'::-}, :. f 1 narrow :plural- Jerona.Ity I I word of animosity and counsels only year amounted to 351,100,953 short tons Pharmacy, Eau Gallie, Fla.

:=.', ',':' of 4.000 On the face (the returns, prayers by the faithful. He announced of a total value of $445,613,528.; This cA.9waat.e.: : .

: ;but WUllflm. Hearst the Municipal that at the proper time was a falling off of. 6,159,463 tons as Bow the iha Kiad Han llhrals Baaght

; Ownership candidate; claimed to be Martial Law' For Strikers. changes of church discipline in con- compared with the preceding year. UI )

': elected: and began a contest In the Governor Cox of Tennessee declared formity to the new conditions wouldbe Enormous Hydraulic Power Plant. of ,
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;_i':, 'eoult8.tproTe the ichargea of extensive martial law at Whitwell, where a suggested.' The Great Northern Power companyof S ;
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':.:(.0, Tammany frauds miners' strike has been in progress Irvine:Joins Greek Church. Duluth has now under constructionan

:'!" Rhode Island Republicans experienced : against the Tennessee Coal, Iron und The Rev. Dr. N.'W. Irvine, who was electric generating plant fourteen Sunshine in your

J- '. 'a ..landslide;; Governor Utter being Railroad company. A troop of cavalry dismissed from the Central Pennsylvania miles north of the city on the St. Louis

4 returned with'a.margln of 4,004 votes and a Gatllng gun were ordered thereto diocese of the Episcopal church by river which is expected to develop a Home

L .':,.' :over, Garvln,-Single Taxer and Democrat protect life and property, which is Bishop Talbot has been formally ad- normal capacity of 80,000 horsepower.For .

! 'k'.' said to be In Jeopardy since the killing mitted into the priesthood of the Roman use In this plant four hydraulic

r l '.:" San Francisco's labor ticket won out of Clarke Robertson, a nonunion miner, Orthodox_ Catholic church at the gate valves twenty-five feet In length Fifty-two times a year is assuredto

J : .., ,irtth a:'majority of.11, 04 over that of I and the wounding .of four other non- St. Nicholas cathedral at New York. and twelve feet high are being built at if

' ;: RepubUcan and Democratic fusion,.Eugene union miners. Dr. Irvine says that he has come to Marquette Mich. It is expected to you you ;

:;<,. fichmita' being. re-elected mayS Susan Geary's Head Found. the conclusion that the Holy Eastern transmit energy to the Mesaba and Go-

.,' : or. 1 I The head of. Susan Geary, who died church affords a' better basis for re- gebic ranges for use In the mines and READ The SUN

.1t: : 'Ohio's splendid.Republican organization ..; from a criminal operatIon.and whose union' of Christendom than any other other points within a radius of la0 1

''...',s under the body was dismembered .and thrown part of the Catholic church. miles. The plant is to be in operationnext

7 :'. guidance of Into Boston harbor, was recoveredby A Church'House For the Poor. spring. That illustrated weekly paper, ,
: Foraker Herrick /
4: ,' Dick, and dragging the harbor. It 'was In the The latest feature of religious workat Up Mont Blanc by Rail. printed in Jacksonville and

:1'r" leather satchel which had belonged to New York is the opening of a neigh- Work has just been begun on the
t' down
Cox went published everywhere.
;,.f5. :.. to decisive defeat the unfortunate young woman. The borhood house by the Spring Street new electrical line which Is to take

_< ', Pattison,' bead was Joined by the medical exam- church, under the leadership of the tourists nearly to the top of Mont Blanc,

"' :the Democratic iner to the*other parts.of the body In Rev. Roswell Bates. This church is in In the Alps of Switzerland. The rail-

-j-* ..; 'j candidate, carrying order to complete'the identification and the congested center of the city, and road will be about twelve miles long, A. K. Taylor

-.>..*.%., '-, : the state effect a decent burial Dr. Percy Mc- the neighborhood house is a remodeled starting from the little village of La

.-M'_ :=; ontheantibossand Leod was arrested at' Boston charged tenement house with an auditoriumon Fayet, In the Chaumonlx valley. It
t for.governor
Hakes the and all the
with having dissected the body afteran the first floor, clubrooms, reading will ascend gradually the northwestside cartoons t

.....>'r.',. : antiliquor. JAr I. attempt to save the girl's life by a rooms and libraries on the other floors. of the mountain to a point 11,619 other pictures. ,

-I.; IU&Alx.' ,. ,, the second operation. It only remained to Mr. Bates said the house was for the feet high, from which the ascent can

&:. :' ttJlOD.Ct 'nn.tI boss, identify positively the physician' who use of every one In the neighborhood, be made by foot In four hours. Trains

1l!' :. John-M.' Ji was retired, performed the original operation.. regardless of creed, or race, a place will consist of the motor and two pas- Claude I/Engle
.
:; -: 'thus snowing the strength of Taft aDClIt Clews in Todd C ae. where every one could meet on an senger cars, carrying about eighty pas- .
.
-.4 Roosevelt among the people. Pattison's After extensive police Investigation, equal social basis and all be helpful to sengers each trip. Cost of construction

Y plurality! was over,80,000. definite clews were obtained leading to each other. U S2.000.000. In pungent editorial paragraph t #

1: ,Maryland overwhelmed Senator Gor- the solution of the mysterious deathof Boll Weevil Spread Forty Miles. looks after the things that

; ; man 'by,defeating his negro ,dlafran- Margareta Todd, the wealthy New No Poison in Chamberlain's Conch The Louisiana state crop pest com- need attention.

chismg.amendment by 80,000 plurality. .!! York widow who apparently bad been lemed mission reports that the Mexican boll
i ,
1' :Nebraska remained-Republican with run over by. a-train near Philadelphia weevil has been found as far east as

B:.. .: ...majorities,. ranging 'from 19,000 to The New York coroner'decided to take From Napier, New Zealand, Herald: Bayou Chicot, nearly the center of the WARM, BRIGHT, FACINATZXGLY

lfP'i 25,000. the case' before'the district attorney.The Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of state which indicates a progress of CLEVER {

x Indianapolis'was carried by the Republicans evidence Indicated that Mrs.,Todd New South Wales Australia had an forty miles during the past season despite if

.t :, ,''but In the town elect1on."oll had met with foul play at the hands of analysis made of all the cough medicinesthat the strenuous warfare which has t J
f sold in that market. Out of the
|n>ii.M.honors were about even.. persons interested _In the. disposal of entire were list they found only one that they been waged against the pest. The com- That the Sun .

1t' Chicago Republicans won on many her estate. declared was entirely free from all pois mission reports against the Marston u.

dry and county; otflcers.y. I 1 New Land Fraud 'Conftuion.Att ons. This exception was Chamberlain's process for getting rid of the weevilsby I'

= .&:.: Kentucky's senatorial' contest Indicated m 7"1'raDk'Lambert, who was Cough Remedy, made by the Chamberlain using paris green, saying that the If you pay to read this paper you : ;

44_ the probable retirement oft brought from Oregon to Omaha, Neb.. Medicine Company, Des Moines, remedy actually tended to increase the -
}i.t, \ 'Blackburn. 1fl 1 I on the charge of ,subornation of perjury Iowa, U. S. A. The absence of all! narcotics ,number of weevils. can read THE SUN too, \ 1 F

r Democrats carried ,their, : 'extensive land makes this remedy the safest and WITHOUT EXTRA EXPENSE
Virginia In connection. .with Electrifying the Lake Shore.
nest' that can be had; and it is with a .
.'S\J'; ;'#....;'. 'state ticket 5re.elected over 20000. frauds, made a complete'confession feeling 6f security that any mother can The work of electrifying the LakeShore i
*.i. Cleveland :Mayor. Johnson concerning his action as a go-between railroad between Rochester and
' '- .give it to her little ones. Chamberlain's Ask us or write us and .
.....
: (
. y'r- '' :. tar a third,,,"AU. for,the cattlemen and old soldiers for Cough Remedy is especially recommend. Syracuse was begun by the Buffalo s

!t:.:. f; Bait Lake.- TJtab,;passed ,oat of, the' the purpose of securing the homestead ed by ita makers for coughs colds, croup Pole, Line and Construction company. .

> : .- ,hands ot"the. .Mornons: Exra'Thomp- and entries! of the latter. He laps hereceived and whoopingcoojrh. ,This remedy U for Derricks to carry three arammhnn We"11 tell kow.
.. : ", each sale Red Cross you r
.e ;rt" ._ '.-nHI bring,elected mayor b'r' $50 for filing procured I by Pharmacy.
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Y :,, = Mriller's'theory! is that HIGHEST ? *
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BEST
rear, (be greater proportion abow'
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J : V1ghaenr7.:ffi. IrlagleR i ;:.who'.oWne the : n.1 < _lT
in their' botpot. .The:;qpiality of fruit
t'.f-i.Jjridi"Eut.OO' ,.'lwa .:and, who is RETURNS
). LARGEST _
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averages much.better: than it did last year, -
1 t 1t per ictn the
Jt4 engineering wonder.oft e
he oranges Ibis season being better keepers
f : ; first twentieth cJ building _
centary
< f1-. ; tbr:
and eaten than they were'last. Send to the nearest
' ) Pcrect Safety in tneif use.
4Nf\J an.extension to Key ,West,scouring
.
,taci"Kr. makes bones
Miller no'
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ffll : 4l 1ew i York for laborers, says the.Savannah : ; 'agent for circulars and price list showing dangers of

,.. .,Kewg '. abonteaylojthAt-in bier.,judgment, Florida. soil and '=
t .. of last Saturday r "' acid materials, t, sandy
+ :: Ii ehippiDgbetter oranges'tbis Je&8001a1 ;:': ,using
JTh! .
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P :.. The nndertaklng/Ja to. be, .completednmier ., : ''jrlad0Ut by fawners last year
H' k- '-"" -"- it,hu done ever since the big freeze, how great losses were' e
!"'i.f; ;::} .:' ., special. .a tof The, Florida )legislature .
,The grapefrnit .crop is .a good one too. throughout the state.
: ', .
t.)1j in five The is
i ,leis probability '
: :. :. The orange country is fall of buyers
1 ;::',:. that_it will not take! near so long,.but Mr.:
andt, competition ,keen. At the same AGENTS : .
'if; ;i1 r- j :Flagler is growing, old,'and it ia said.tobe f :,
tim there is hold back
no disposition ID ; 'ct
,.r t : -. .. >. the' project of many years with, him to '
c because last year so, many people lost 1 E. L. BRADY BBO. Titusville
. l .. ..build this extension: :and connect Cuba : ,
their orchards by holding them on the .
; 1t.1ri< ; ''' ,: with'America. by,a. quick .line. of transportation JOS. PAXTON, BocMedge I1r
i" 'k < trees., and getting into a,whole bunch of
'J>
<',. } ,; 'f ::';'>,, and to eee it in operation. : trouble at the time ef the late freeze.. > J. M. SANDERS, Cocoa =
, :t.t. : Mr. Flagler's special agent from Jack -
t ; : _. : '
This year they propose to. take no
7-1J./.t aonville is ia New York and it ia aid MIMS BonaventureS.
) : '_ chances and'consequently anxious to sell. B. E. ,
-D; 2: ,,: that he has, been to jI
; bring
.: comml88loned.
As a result of this anxiety, in spite of Governor Isaac ,Sharp. BEBGMANN, Merritt o
3o,000 laborers This ::"L'
Florida baa
to the '
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.., the ;
keenness
: of the purchasers to 'get ea-Governor of Kan -t.J
!fMll-: ,;:; .- eoundof_ extravagance, yet the fact ia, be4j22 ISAAC SHARP, '..;. .;,!.
: !,:- : '.Ie. baa been them-down train hold'of stock; with .sellers Qallagog,. letter from 1221 I St.,N. E, ::;: '-
: o. sending by ,
'-
'3' x prices are.not being forced up unduly, be. Washington, D. C., writes: ,
= -.J
loads for several and the .
; weeks
movement
:
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..; 4'A24The :
ing about on the same level as they were "I can earnestly recommend yourPeruna "" 1'--
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t } { .;;. ::. is not ended. A large number of these excellent tonic. Its : "i; '
as an
., last season just prior to shipping. j'
WI N.-:.- \ laborers have been ,Italians, Slavs and reputation as a cure for catarrh Is l f

"I-it other'hardy foreigners, bat it was discov- firmly established by my Mends, who !
"'. : Stetson University News NotesTHE Us ,and the
have been benefited by use
: \:, ," ; ered a few day\ago that, among them Alpine Cottage I
curative
should know its great ,
f ; FLORIDA STAR comes into the public
\
c'{:> : .. was a umber of the.-typical East Side Sharp. :
i'P f1-:- ,. -:" denizens. reading room of the John' B. Stetson qualities.Isaac. Under the management of Mrs. Kate

'l! A .' J'' ::. ,- -. university and is like good news from Mr. James of Montreal Currie, ,Can.a prominent, writes from merchant Myers assisted by F. A. Losley, ,u,' -- -

ii fr< '.Congressman Clark Goes to Congress home to those who live in TitusvilleMr. TITUSViLLE, FLA. ,
4 ; i 1896 Notre Dame St., as follows:

:J-f ; '. Congressman. Frank Clark goes 'to : Stetson is continually giving.money "I have used yoUr Peruna for catarrh Daily or Weekly Board. l -

: to the university. and find It excellent remedy for ,
> Washington! this week to remain throughout an House Newly Furnished.
:\ t : Judge Jones' is in DeLand holding coughs and cold"-James Currie.If .
i :: .the coming session of congn-ss, which Everything First Class.
,
court. His duagbter is" student do not derive promptand satis*
a at you
; i '-- convenes on the firs Monday in Decent Julia.
Stetson.Mr. factory results from the use of Peruna, Location: Hopkins street, near C 'J
'! ber. 'His address will be 2019 Nineteenth
\!< !;, Gibbons who last write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
; fit, N. W., and he wishes to the preached year
1T :;" assure full statement of,your case and he will
c'. people of Florida,.,and this second congressional domitories.at Titnsyille, is in charge of one of the be pleased to give you his valuable adVice -
-
.
!2t ,'. :; \ district especially,through THE The university opened with a largeincrease gratis. .

'i ,;; ::,:' 'SJ'AB, that he* always be at their service the discipline is strict, and the Address Dr. Hartman, President of

-'.i x .' and that it will be a pleasure to him work is progressing. The Hartman Sani tarium,Columbus,0.
The boys are winning athletic victor- held confidential YOU WILL ENJOY .
:'i to serve them in any way within hislI" All correspondence
:;; ies. Last spring the base ball team played any of our popular brands of cigars. We.::
power.. 16 college games and won 15 out of 16. receive them fresh from the manufacturers ,.
::--, The people,of this' second district will The two foot ball teams this year ba'enot The Palatka Heights Street Railway and that's why -

".' ;.; ".; find that Mr. Clark will be one of the lost a game. The first team has not Company that recently lost its suit THEY

'. : : workers in He has even been scored on. The work is going with the city of Palatka and ics franchise RETAINTHEIRFINEFL\YOR.
just
congress. completed
like that in the classes: CE and are uniform in quality. Our cheap'
: his entire to operate a street railway, is RA
,1-/ a trip over district andre cigars smoke better than most expensiveones "
: -. has consulted with a large number of hi s If you are troubled with indigestion, now after a new franchise for a term ARE It GY bought elsewhere. Well made cigars :_

f:;' .; ,. constituents. It'has beer. his desire to constipation,' sour stomach, or any other of thirty years. ti ,from selected tobacco well cured :
pain, Hollister's. Rocky Mountain Tea makes an exquisite smoke. We have ,
itr' ascertain (
in what the ryu.r
person just peopleof will make you well and keep you well. that kind.
; .- each section wanted and he will do bis 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Ask your drug Terrific Race With Death. "" Hi'I
: : .. best to them such gist. PLENTY OF MONEY RED CROSS PHARMACY, :
assistance
,
secure liewithin
c' as B "Death was fast approaching: writes .
_
.J-" ., is lost failure i insure. TITUSVILLE.BOBBINS. .
to The
by to .
thing
:1' ..
his F. Fernandez :
Ralph ,
i- Fla.
: power. Doings of the Culture Club Tampa. describing ask .
yourself is: "Can I afford to lose
... his fearful with my
Mr. Clark!is deeply interested securing raw death, "asa !
Although Tuesday was a rainy day, th a result of liter trouble and heart disease, house or business If the answer is yes,
: extension of the rural 'free
i an delivery
monthly entertainment given to the Culture which had! rolita! mp of ..I "'II and of all DOn INSURE.If t

!-i<": system. He intends to everything club by Mrs. A. D. Penney and Miss intenst in life. I bad tried I 1I:811.1ifft'r the answer is no, then come and havens .

p. .; possible toward securing new'rural delivery well t'ntJactors and wteml inrdirinf'. b'itgot make you a policy at once. It is the &; GRAHAM "
Daisy Brady was fairly attended;
:' no benefit until I beuan to Kit safe avoid risk
I;"; routes in Florida and to secure the use ctnc only way to the which -
r'::' -. extension of the old ones. about a dozen members being present.As Bitters. Sn. woiulerfurwas their effort, may ruin you. We represent the best CO.,
;' usual!, Miss Daisy had a surprise in that in thm days I felt like a haw man and quickest settling companies in the (Incorporated Paid up Capital f25.000.oa)
and today I am cured of all my troubles." '
which succeeded in
store drawing out the
The. colored m"p meeting_ at this place I Guaranteed at Red Cross! Pharmacy;price country.MORGAN & WALTON, This company owns lands .
1 !
i'i.. : after having been in session ten or twelve talent of each member as an. artist, and 50c TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. in the Indian River Country
,
chewing gum in this instance with the ,on the St. Lncie River, '
:> ; days, came to a close Sunday night.' The .aid of tooth picks proved to be quite n at New River, and on Bis"j ', '

;\ ., excursion trains Sunday brought in hnn useful article, for with its use moulded into The Engine is the Heart of the Boat cay ne Bay. -j{ -;.if ::>

I-;'::, :' dreds of people from the north, south; a camel Mrs. J. Lorillard was enabled PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES ,

,'.:' .,. and on the Sanford branch, and it is estimated to (capture the prize, a beautiful china cup
Don't have Send for land
and saucer. The consolation prize was a good boat with list.

.:"',:.', that there were fully 2,000 people drawn for and won by Mrs. F. A. Morgan a bad heart. Don't spoil a va OJ'FIt'ESAT .
; here that day from various pointsalong consisting of several of TITDSVILLE AND MIAMI.
:!r. !( pieces gum cation or a cruise because of 0
:
J-,,: the east coast.. Excellent order was I with which to try her luck at some future

{;..... maintained throughout the whole session time. poor, uncertain engine. aJ.L.MOBLEY
Delicious fruit salad and punch was marine engines are four
and Sheriff Brown reports only one arree .. ,
served. Although the rain poured and automobile
,.,. was made. The excursionists cer the wind howled outside, those who had type with jump TITUSVILLE, FLA.,

'. ';' tainly found out that Titnsville. is a closedtown courage to brave the storm were more spark ignition. Rated 1} h. p., Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kalsoraining ?kf Y

on Sunday. than, well repaid. After wishing the hostess ; 3 h. p. and 5 h. p. in single cylinder Staining, Finishing and Paper t

: ; :" adieu all wended their way home- 8 h. p. and 15 h. p. i in Hanging, at the most reasonable price

f.. :;- ; :>j.'; Vocal or instrumental RIIIMC as a I double cylinder, and 30 h. p. in consistent with good workmanship. '

;:: >.<;' therapeutic agent has been found by Dr. four cylinder engines. Work anywhere on the East Coast

$ 1 F. S. Kennedy to be a valuahle aid incases 1 1r -Write for nearest agent.- Specially solicited. ,Let me know what

';, of melancholia, insomnia, hysteria ward.Auers Don't nuke any kind of arrangement you want and get my estimate on iL

family affliction, business reverses, delir about ann.engine u Prompt attention given,to all work.

.. ium, pain and mental or physical; fatigue you see our catalogue toEAST COAST

.. A German physician has also.f-uccesefully MEAT MARKET :

: J. used music' to lessen the distress and after ) Regal Gasoline Engine Co., Coldwater, Mich o. P. DUREN, Agent,
'
F effects from an sthetics. ( You can depend on Ayer's Also manufacturers of the famous Regal Stationary Engines. 2 '
;
-'. Hair Vigor to restore color to =-

!. .: A motor boat race will ilea heldin hair time. E. L. BRADY Florida and.
f your gray every & BRO.
'
Ii DaytonaThnrsday, Thanksgiving,
Follow directions and it never

.-i. ". under the auspices of the Halifax River fails to do this work. It stops Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products.We ( i \ WesternMeats

-t. .' Yacht dub. A drum of gasoline will be ,
:.>
: f
j:,., 1 Daytona will compete and. some lively Hair VigorI in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write ns for prices 01 ) t
... Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & BRO..TITUsVILLE.FLA. i
.r ...'. \: sport is anticipated., -- -- -, .. of all Kinds

&.:.. '. Arrival of the Blunderbuss I I I the hair,also. There's "'AGONER dig c<>.,

i1Si.P--'i,._._ : .. A recess propellor power boat arrived,, great satisfaction in knowing Staple and Fancy Groceries lIar P odnce'oYlall: '' TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.--

;J r= here Monday for Commodore C. A. ]I;i you are not going to be disap- Kinds' NOTICE TO NOX-REglDENT.

);',":"..-. : Welch, who ia expected to arrive in about' pointed. Isn't that so? IN the THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOB
VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY Seventh
J t-: : ;. a week or ten days from Boston.. This i I I ")r faded until it Foe about white. It and for Brevard Judicial Circuit of Florida, in :
I I took just one bottle of Aver'i Hair Vigor to Tl'tu.sv1J.le. s : Florida. County-Io Chancery.
{-\: -- boat is pretty much the same aa the Bluebill restore it to it* former dark.rich color. Tour E. D. Mitchell 1
Hair Vigor certaiuly dove what you claim for -
iji1 that is owned by the.Canaveral club, iG"-A. M. BoGOAM.KocklDgham.N.C. Essie Mitchell J Bill for Divorce

? .L r and navigates i in about six or seven inches '1.00 a bottle.. j.c.ATKR co.. SAN MATEO CIGARSThe To Essie Mitchell, Residence

'Y1 of water. She bears the odd name ofBlunderbuss. NJruggJJJ* for ..Lnwe..e.Mme. = Yon are hereby unknown :

,i .!- / This boat while not high success of the San Mateo Cigar Bin of Complaint filed required herein to against appear to you the in =?

> Fading HairPISO'S is one of the the above entitled C&uae on before the tat
t speed! is admirably adapted for the intention greatest triumphsof day or January 1906. or -

:'. ::7. of her owner, who will use this craft the East Coast since the freeze. THE FLORIDA STAB 11 hereby deaignate ,

:,'. principally for navigating the shallows Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the as published the newspaper lu which this order shall be
Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich ones* week for eight cot ecntive:
leaf
: of Banana river. Commodore and Mrs. CURE FORCONSUMPTION silky grown on East weeks. .
Coast plantations, the cigar industry' of the world has ;
Welch have their winter home at Artesiawhere Bnt For sale never produced a:better article Witness mr hand hd seal of Bald court this
4 Caa emro sae by all the- fowling hotels and clubs and by the Union News the 2nd day ot
; November
y' .they_spend about_ six months .every to lima aald h ttro eta on every train entering Florida. Compan [BUt] A.,A.A.8T&WUT D. 1905. ,

year regularly. Manufactured by S. W. ROWLEY San Mateo Fla. Clerk Circuit Court, '
o. A. Stewart, D. C.
: F.J. Webb, Solicitor
f' A .. for Complainant
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'<" >;,;. : .. >.""- \ .,zf'1 -,.;-:::uur",. :,,. '. _" ",arc. .: -.t.1'...., :'.Xork.refnsing; togo: 1b.the'keya. ,before, says' the Jacksonville more_ .. ..than. ,25"Pef, ,'cent.of. ",.the.crop; .m.c 17.; : --

:: > ;.\.! t otlH. "111', ; '. ;; r tb'work'on the:extension. and bytheregneat : Times-Unlon;. :Walter' Hawkins '. b! *
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5;,.':f'r:.: : : "',. :i.......... ....."'.:7t.....;., ;ic '-U.f'_';__ .'i +ciagvotmg'" :i{ : .of'thecompany, Mayor Sew- One man. netted $500'per, acre-(in' the Consolidated Fruit Company, stated ; t. i.

'. ,i,'JI?" it'&""'::7-apW.--1IIIiIIIlr. '" .-.;..,:. .of. ,.i. have- orgaai _,,;/ 1. i ell."today i ewore. in xi.! special:policemen cucumbers, another.Q made nearly 1,000 yesterday ,that:a.conservative estimate -' '-s' ...."!! ... :
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g;:.'". '.. "i. ::YA.i:4.. 1t:", ioteltlieBiadfofirdlbas, : -been- $Lamps Some:;,peof e.:call:, load .'.and*: either force; .the :mda .to crop: sold -.for; more, than the, amoreplace 1,600,000.boxes.. ;. ...... '!,::

:'R.Iu;s.:rJ". >f';' ... ':at "U'Iyers.,. ,orleave the/city. There' cost,him two .years agO: An "Lee County has already: :e '
,,S? :.".'",?. r.wi;',."irfc' fe&r-,.,,: '.. .. torn Angel Lamps. Write,. .. ; .. shipped,: .fi-.j-
<''i"j- -: ;Southernand Florida- 'and will t .. : are now more' than one hundred 'ofthese instance* Is mentioned where 'crop large percent .of her crop," said Mr.' -<'.
'J-tf ; I us we. .tctt,YOU the.
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'<' AR&"' WW'SwrlwIof' .their"new,etar "joke-. ion',Mr C' 'foreigners in the city and Jthe worth $2,000 ws 'rathered'on Hawkins, "DeSoto County has shipped I" is" ::

}3 :i d "'at'.h1.tb.: :i -. *. RoWfc1Jait; t mayor and city' pblice win Join .tne acre. one-third of her;crop and Hillsboro r ; 9%' .
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,,, :r.i4 va; :=!! tiisht9: ... M SIEWARiCO railroad.company" in forcing them to As we have already stated 'there Is about 25 per cent.'of her crop. The, .
;P. ; }. ., thousand people ::& ,C41 -
.'. ;circus. Intact" % i 'i- either'go tto the keys. .ge(work here nothing in any'of, these figures that shipment ,from other centers seems .#. !i.ti.

""' eo> ;; -' 'Wetineadav leave'the; city. They are ,considered is new. To'tho sa 1(} dollars have generaL .C'-
."'t :,.4 { wt311e: \ Melboume'and FcitP"s: or -'I> ...
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from In Florida "FIne :
,, 1T. ... one acre fruit is from .i'.j.:
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it.' :>qJ;.. ;w.". :1l18lalOD t"i'ii "- \,<: number te growing with every, 'toad before.. Of course' such returns. are Indian River country.. This fruit always ft
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of ,-r3
'>' 5: -]-i'loiidatW,' a'held:. ; is 'Palatka.: that comes. south,it is deemedneces-' extremely rare, but they. are ,not unprecedented 'demands an Individual.. high. ". 1

in Florida. price on account; of the fine quality.
,} sary tt take stringent measures before
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".-fi'& ": \ e:banking' ;, firm of j. Munroe & samples of 'the' .Armour, fertilizer to the' situation becomes still further But we. doubt if there is, another It is estimated that one-half of the '

d ?'}!@il cCbambllu: .'of. Ocala,has. purchased. thethe theState; Chemist Tallahassee and : 'e arrassed. Today upward of state in the Union where ,any such grapefruit 'crop' has been marketed! ," '. f

t ,".:5-' $.*}!;"j:r ltrollIng.-.'.... .',_. stock.. ._ :of. the Central .Na- that the report returned showed- :that one hundred of these men refused togo results have ever, been attained. Florida For the past 'two seasons," said !-

z ;, : !\Bank ofI C Iatk -. the,fertiUzer proved to be 25 per Cant possesses advantages that are Mr. Hawkins, "the fruit has not car
aboard the steamer Biscayne and .
amin,.: : f' short In ammonia; of 'the, guaranteed found nowhere else. Tied well this :.
.. ahe4ro woman be taken to the keys, remaining on bpt season there has g

.., $ '; 'Te Glty,. is.suing'the' Seaboard'.:Air analysis. The Grl1Hng- rmo' ,caae the dock and declaring that they hadbeenduped In the first place while' there Is been no complaint. of, poor carrying =r-
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'' .ffiA i inefor1Q,000damagee for will be watched with interest by fruit milch in Florida there is fruit:
injuries :false .tkJ'CODl1t poor land ; Therevhas, however, up to the -
by promises
[:tPt t'1;* >6-.3u.j.to.haveresulted, fromtthe en- and State. vegetable' growers. all_ ;. pveir_ -the here:::' 'The' situation .is more. embarrassing also much that. is as rich as any on present time, been! a' general cornf _= ; _

':.1 jit ., ft.;a, =foitiementof. '" ,the- ,race separation law.. than ever before and just howit the globe. The climate makes 'possible plaint of green fruit -

MinWrial an earlier prp duct that can be obtained "With the excellent weather L. '
;tt .t Association orange .: r_
rTheTampa' ? Pain may go J by the name of rheumatism will be adjusted remains to. be SeenIn ; .. -
'te'maUng anywhere else. The productsof we are having a.t.present, and have /. ;' '
yt ,
1r : ,a. strong fight against: the ,", neuralgia,lumbago), pleurisy.. No the future. ;. .

1 }.:;granting! by .the 'Commissioners .of matter what name the, pains are called, The. steamer'Biscayne came ,up Saturday Florida can be placed on the market had for the past two weeks, the fruit \',
I : '
r. ',EUllsborough county/of licenses to sell Hollister's Rocky MountainTea will I at-'a time when.they are without competiion i -rapidly maturing and coloring fast. :
; afternoon from the bring
jligaofonthestateFalrrgunds.! ; drive them.away. .35,cents,,,Tea or. Tab- keys', ; except from Southern California There is no more complaint looked for .: '
;
lets. ;A.sk"y your.druggist." ing a number of the imported foreign <
': and Southern California productsare' now. The fruit this season is of an.
Vii' ;The.' -United States dredge Florida laborers, ,who had previously been
-hree times as far from the markets extra fine quality.
"}i ..:,," :las'gone to the Indian. .River to com 'Great Celery taken there to engage In railroad ,
*' -' Crop. as .are'those of Florida. The result The'agent, for S. J. Sligh Company -
r!Sr; : ,menee'thA, /work.of dredging the'channel. building. The Is weedingout
Greater :.than ever before in the history company la fancy price and; a full pocket- here gives an estimate of 1,500,000
...to a .depth of,six,feet_in shaUow
: the
.jJjl'( : competent from the Incompetent
: of the State
will be the lettuce book.It boxes for the season,of grapefruit and '
t placea This work.wil occupy several labor and in this
solving
J. t .t months. 4> and celery crops .for the season of manner is al-o ''true that the climate ofFlorida oranges. The movement at present Is
', ,, the problem that has confrontedit
< makes it possible to raise more hea.vy'.and that company, alone, has .

!f F., L.. Sweat, J. M. Cox and J.' 'W.i 1905.Reports from various sections of the in the recent past. The Biscayne than one crop a year on the same land. handled about 150 cars. .

= .Quincy,. leading turpentine. operators State,, where,, farmers are planting returned 'yesterday morning withabout' We think that the results we have The Sllgh Company says the fruitis !:

r""t}>_., of Douglas,, Ga., have sold nineteenthousand these vegetables extensively, are veryencouraging. 300 additional laborers who had mention have been- accomplished without carrying well, but in .some. localities ,

';": :;. acres.turpentine lands' in been brought. .
::" doing this, .but more than one the fruit ,is very small. More

j.1i ?' '<.; :HIHsboro. n county_' to W..;;vi... Aehburri. ofMoultrie In the Sanford section about the from the north. During the day the crop is possible. russets are running this year than i. ,:: '

., .., ., -- ,j ua. same acreage of lettuce Is being planted Lady Lou came up from the keys witha We" would not be honest If. we let last. The agent for this company. says

] .\. '"'Letters;patent :have been grantedIncorporating as; last, season, and'tl plants,are number of the rejected help and will the figures we have referred
';!' ; :the. De. Soto Turpentine doing nicely return to the operations today with a cut as the verage results' in Floridaor by the. Atlantic Coast Line,. Sea-
'.
":"'frjf: Company, withacapital Of $75,000. The prospects< for. a good. crop 'are number left over by the Blscayne. anything near the average. Theyare board Air Line and Clyde Line dailyto :t

.t!i; ';he.incoiporators'are C. Dowling; B. away ahead of- last season at the same There are now about 1,500 of these exceptional< but they are possible.There the Eastern markets.. x

;$ W, 'Blount., and O. H. Lowther. Mr. period, and the crops will be! at least foreign laborers engaged in the building are plenty of men In Florida' The tangerine crop this season 13 ; ..

K'-yyf-r : 'Dowlingis president ofthe .new company three weeks earlier this season than of the grade for the extension- who make a bare living, .Intelligence, extra fine, but is running small, though .'.

. _,- .... and'.Mr. Lowther secretary' andtreasurer. last the F. E. C. Ry. and the number will industry, care are s much needed hereas the prices are good. The price of the'Y':
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f. 'The purpose of the company The shipments of lettuce in carload be doubled within the next few elsewhere;, but we believe that. grapefruit Is sure to advance"i'

B&f,' .Is'to deal in naval stores. lots will begin about December 15 or weeks. a given amount of these qualities accomplishes -

.., .County.,Judge McCrory issued a earlier! nd with good weather conditions At 2 o'clock this afternoon the railroad more here than anywherein st

;\ : ,to marriage license this week for the will continue until about March company refused to allow the the Union. S VED LIFE"

"t,. marriage. of- Mr.- A. S. Manning and l&th. Celery is far ahead of the crops men further shelter under the shed of Those who come to Florida study- lDY

flJ'r.f" I4 ,Mrs.' Ray Manning, east of town. of last season, and the acreage plant. the terminal dock and ordered themto ing conditions with a view of makingtheir e

mm-. 'Th1s.iS.the. third or fourth time the ed is slightly more than during previous leave, following which City Mar homes here are interested in the -That's what .1
a prominent ,
-: ,: couple. have'separated, divorced each seasons: The farmers in that shal Hardie corralled the whole bunchIn possibilities. They need to know what

5,1, y.; 'other,and then remarried. The other section are very much plea.sed.with. the neighborhood of one hundred can be done; what they will do will druggist said'of Scott'sEmulsion -a .

; mfmp marriages happening other States. the present conditions of both the let -and marched them to the city lot, depend" on themselves here as well aslrewhere. a short time '

:;a' fDeLandRecord.., tuce and: celery crops. where they were placed in'camp. ? .
As
.. rule don'tuse
t Celery, in carload. lots will commence ago. a we
.t;$ General Manager H. B., Stevens oft The majority of the crowd are .
to move about February, and or refer to testimonials
East Florida
Presbytery '
f' the Stetson groves and:farms, has installed Greeks who have been here since last
will continue until about June
1. At
Miami Record.At .
Thursday night and who have in addressing the public ',:
.a steam power sugar and sy positively
least 500 cars, by express and freight the Presbyterian church In-this
rr' rup manufacturing plant at Stetson, refused all persuasions to go to but the above remark and
of celery, lettuce and other vegetables, city on next Tuesday evening at 7:30
: 'steam the extension operations. They all
evaporators.
with the improved
will move from the Sanford section the Presbytery of East Florida will similar expressions are. '
.; insuring only high grade products. He have baggage and some of them have
alone.
-':t'tr,. will begin next 'week working up they .A much larger crop of tomatoes, potatoes trunks the procession filing through meet business.in sessions and transact important made so often in connec- .

crops,of cane from' the Stetson farms. cucumbers the streets creating a novel and deplorable tion with Scott's Emulsion, :
; eggplants, etc., will
The opening sermon will be. delivered
q'JDeLand. Record. he planted in the Sanford section than impression and eight '
that of
Marshal' Hardee by Rev. James Coffin Stout of they are worthy
when
asked what
it.: Orange county's. road gang, which during any previous season. St. Augustine.The .
he would do with occasional not From ,
the e. '
men, replied ,
district The interest in lettuce and
recently moved to.the Sanford celery sessions will be held throughout
in that section of State is that he did not know. The majority to old Scott's / _
a .began laying marl on Celery avenue growing the the following day. infancy age .
of them
-'fl' : last. Monday morning. Celery avenue, just as great or greater now than at have are penniless and it is said At 7:30 p. m. Wednesday tho pres- Emulsion offers a reliable t
threatened
.
:: .which Is part of the road to the East any previous time, and the farmersare to have food if, they bytery is expected to install the Rev. "
of improper
have
to steal itThe means remedying -
determined and of
surfaced with as hopeful success
: Coast, ,will soon be hard W. W. Faris as pastor of the Miami I

the nest- road material we have yet as at any other time.If Miami News of Tuesday has church. and weak development ,

v dftcovered.In Orange county, and the good weather conditions con- this so say of-the trouble: '. '
The installation sermon will be delivered restoring lost flesh I1M
finished wil be a three-mile tinue, Sanford farmer will demonstrate The situation was somewhat relieved -
when : by the pastor's son, Rev. Wallace ; s ,
stretch of the best road ever built the .fact that they are leaders yesterday when W. L. Kemper and vitality, an S.
Faris, of Ichoo Fu'China.The
in this part' of the state. This workis hi the South, so far as celery and let- employed all of those who could charge to the newly installed \.vaste. The action of1cott's \ .

done with county tuce crops are concerned. speak English! and fifty or more i
all being '
now pastor will be given by the Rev. J. Emulsion is no- x :
' l- priSoners.-orlando Reporter., Greeks at $1.50 per day. There are
K. Wright, and the charge to the t '1
-' about 160 of these and they were peop- More of a secret than the ,
", The schooner ,Rose Otto;of the Miami Many children_ inherit constitutions pIe by Rev. J. W. McNary.
sorted out and marched to the lot
Fish Co., came In this morning weak and feeble, others doe to childhood where they remained until city jomposition of the Emulsion I :,

with ten thousnd pounds of mackerel. troubles. Hollister's Rocky MountainTea could be made to take arrangements care of- George W. Buttrick and William itself. What it does I tit

rihe Florida Fish and Produce Company will positively cure children and them. Jackson were burned to death Sunday does nourishwentthe

received sixteen thousand pounds make them strong. 35 cents, Tea or Tab- afternoon in the city jail at Lake City through

.b p yesterday afternoon: and today<< the lets. Ask your druggist. They the improvements will go to work that this are morningon being I y fire started by Buttrick. Buttrick kind of nouri::Ii- t

smack "We Are Here" of the South made to the waterworks plant. and Jackson, with J. I. nipple and ment that cannot be obtained i

In with about 50 YEARS' Isaac Allen, were arrested for disorderly I
Co.
.. Florida Fish came in : '
food.
A They were given supper last nightat ordinary }.
EXPERIENCEIA conduct. Soon
after the 1 .
Other boats will arrive entering
20-.000 pounds. ,
: during the day,and it is expected Fritz's restaurant opposite the post- jail smoke was seen issuing from thee No system is too weak or I; '
h office. Each man was given a loaf of
that*fully .75,000 pounds of this ll occupied by Buttrick and Jack delicate to retain Scott s
;
bread, a good beefsteak and a of
cup
son. Marshal Miles arrived in time to .
choice flesh will to the northern
go coffee. They will also be given breakfast Emulsion and gather good
markets, ''tonight-Miami Metropolis. rescue Hipple and Allen, but the other .
this morning. r
two were dead when the officer reched from it. '
Thursday.t. t* t ;- ltucc MARKS Last night they all slept "In theopen" their cell.

w r The Grlfflng, 'Florida Orchard Co.. onionsCo'YRlcltra Ac near the council chamber. We will tend you s. t ,
'y saatpk ft,..
-: 'doe,, of the largest cantaloupe andpeach Anyone sending a sketch aDd de rIpt kin mayIlUlek.I This addition to Mr. Kemper's force The Exact Thins Required for Constipation. j
ucerta1D oar opinion free whether &D t
in Florida, has entered teTenUon to probably MrtenUbfo CommuntattouttrtctIT *- him 300 who at workon Be tutc that th:t pictuf;in the
gives men are
growers ,
.. eooddenU I. Handbook Pitenu "As a certain purgative and stomach form of a label U on th Kppcr '
F stilt In the United States court lent tree. Oldest mjrency for i patent. the big waterworks ditch and they of every bottle of Emutr.tcn you '
Patent taken throach Moan *Co. reeelrctftdSKaOee purifier Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver buy. >t
;against Armour & Co., for 120,000 wttbod charge,mUle will be employed for three ,or four Tablets seem! to be the exact thing required ,

The Florida firm claims that that Scientific months. -etrone enough for the most robust SCOTT & BOVINE .'. 1
yet mild enough and safe for children
amount of damage was done) in the e Chemists
t ;, 'AtuBdMoelrlnntntodirwkly. l.rnH cIro and 'without that terrible I 'r. ,
fertilized with enlaUon of any Ktenttflo loarnaL Terms,51 a J. E. T. Bowden of Jacksonville, has griping t
failure of certain' crops =s low II Sou by. .. PO common to most 'purgatives," ey R. : 409 Pearl St., N. Y. I

rr, }' Armour, a Co.'. fertilizers ..The.f Grit. i IIIUIIt Coca ....,.New York ,withdrawn .from' the race for sheriffof S. Webster & Co., Udora, Ontano, Can- } isc

; ,ring Florida Orchard'.Co. says if sent Etaael omen s6 I'It.wtddngtos. : Duvkl; 'county.gqtpwork ada::* For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. SOt mI $J: aU drUlists. ;' -

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:fthe.t tnUig3iiie'deglred.:; :. 'Ijun: betth' ,thIng' safe to take.. ; .

'' .f knot: .iebpct.. ,; "I.haft",, a':UWetosspire: : salesman:at;the Coates House'' ta Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets an 'I'
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'Yi:' pox t andt, n'yand the cbfldren get:it. Kansas City the' other morning to a reporter of these requirements and for the speedy STEAMSHIP LINES.y: .

'; fJi ;I-do: itknow bo! tosquander: :mod- of.the Kansas atjStar. ."l>art and permanent .cure of bad colds stands

:.. f. :'4.q..AItc YerTeryltttle formyrneeds- colors with polka< dots and plain colorsIa'deeprecta withont a peer. For sale by Red Cross BETWEEN i.- "

;. : ;ud, all:'U-t1.?>Eaeft: ;overI: :gheto'ttie. and ,blues. ,will be the Pharmacy.. *: / J'"

..children. 4Tosee"tbem: happy does me vogue. :The waistcoats: will hare abroad :

iJ;, good- 'WJi 'asst algbt'of dowught; 'roO lapel that buttons'closer uptIWi"tbe'otber PHILADELPHffi' F
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: ,Ji hundred::: i toYgetjan education. Dr., King's New Life Pills, yon can tell it I, Over
r boats have been built from the fines
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;'fi!: 'Many/years anti oD. eved.the Idea' by the bloom of health ,on the cheek; printed these books-SuceewfuIly sailed in Washington New York.and ostonI.:
.) .: .-- the brurhtneae of the eyes;the firmness of every clime and upon every lei-FoU detail ,
l-:. ,of establishing;ai/laygound, for j the the flesh and muscles; the buoyancy of drawing oral) pans, showing what it if and :
) ,bow to make it-Tm extremdy_pic. S t
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t J children of the' Jace.ud a'' coupleyears'ago the mind...,Try them. At Red Cross
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be'PioVd'4d'ncl. ;i"place". at' .. Pharmacy 25 cents. HOW.TO BUILD A RACER FOR ISO .

"'.." -.c' '' a coat Of,.1 ,nnn.Jt M fort; good grow n th nlUut.(Uut Lurk for>,wy b"I to to levm baUd;the frmaM...aD..h&.ajiweey Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations ifr

t s;L ,Last year/.during.*the ,world's fair; ..For Oyer Sixty Y...... HOW TO BUILD A SKI PolACK and cuisine unsurpassed. JT
Mr. Nichols 1 brought'400 children to 8t: A tut beat for atarmrm luUiffor kBocUu ahnt b -"ti <' jf ?
: Mrs.,, Win8Io's'Soothi'njl has tboi* trr riMhrnwccmfalwhefmr built:",or III "
Syrup SEND FOR BOOKLET. 'J
:Louis and their, until f. bats :
; paid way they tit; llpi"M apicta.MoC compMcd ..
been used for over sixty by millions 5-' '
had seen the.whole of.the big show. years HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP -,'
of mothers for their children while teething .
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W; especially[busy:' Hegoes"to the teach child, softens the gums, allays ail pain, towmw.Uu H. 0. VERY, Com Agent, Jacksonville. ;
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'era in the public schools and the overseer cures wind colic, and is the best remedy Simple Seri prri'tfcai.e5owing howtoeon.Stadalawd '

4r of,the poor and gets'the names oftaH"thepoor for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor bII fill'UtI.Ita 1t111111O>or. hijvejalotiirpka* I J. C. YH1TSEY, 24VI P.I: t..., YIP.mm. 01 P. .,,. "
chtldtea'la'the Then little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT :
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in every part of the world. Twentyfive viler A fine ail mrm-wl rrnuia; bout; good e.h a; Sass 6EHERAL OFFICES, fALTII ORE, HD. _
he .buye'doUaby-the hundreds; candy ;1IIi&.W.illlllll&'w w4a.HOW
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4 :box, knives by ,the T dozens, games take no other kind. ...u.w pIaa.

books and ne1"1tb1Di.that delights the HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE Florida

* k 'childish heart -thenth' 'distributes to Mgta Zat7 with ta...;caa&emrthiag to Uiill TMJ ttnigkl hsspITl.ita.rsbopot.att3tHOW ;jut tile aaft for a bog East Coast Railway I

manner: Uttle' 60 YEARS'EXPERIENCE.
tnen/in: to attract. as. -- TO BUILD A MODEL YACHT
r attentio n U P ulb e..J' A maptt*dnrrqitiaa ot low to VaiU ft mtoiil;alM Baa). :\. '-'

'Xr. 'Nlchol:is very plain. and unas'anming -, : of skit Hud ia tail ng IIKIIIJ:.. Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to SePL l 1Ni

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; almost.careless regarding, his : LA. PRICE $1. EACH
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fance. PREPAID DV cxrntM OUTH.BOf
personal apP ANYWHCHC $ IID-BEAD DOWN. 1I0lTHOUIO-IUO Di. '

fi" Bound In cloth-Gold letterint;-Sue of pv
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,HOCH'S VIEWS ON HANGING.Why t No. 99 No. 391' STATIONS 781' .. 88DAU7 p

TRaDE MARKS THE RUDDER 'PUBLISHING CO. Dally, JSO' Daily .
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Kavaaa.,.G T.nMr Objwta t. DESIGNSCorvmoHTS&e. 8 MUMMAT STRCCT New YOU. u. B. A lOOp 9 n a L1' __ JlICkSQnv11p__ A P 60 a
Capital haJ aeat. 'sioslal i 0'1 P V 68 a" _--So_ laetsonvtU"- ._ L p 14! a
Y .A..uq.ketch and for Cotalofnt of Book/orYacUfmmm't Ie ,
freeewwhetherr 613 p 1014a S A ustJJI"__ i 'II t 40 .
Prisoners In the Kansas penitentiary quicklyaeeer ta proiably our paJtantaMa opinion Commnnlc aDlianm10a library. s CI 53 P 1131 a ,. _____.Hastlnlte It 4 n p 148 a

under sentence of death need have no tI oni ttrtedr oonAdenttaT Handbook on Patenu o _710... .p 1160 a I' __ ):aC Plilath -_ "' 4$1p 6 !6 a ; i
" tent AM. Oldest agency for MeaHnrpatenta --- -- 0\ T 35 p 121a.At- -..... _P- alk&.. ,,?. LT 410 P i W a = !
; fear of the governor's signing their Pa&tutaken,without tErouh chirw Mnnn,ta the CoTrenlntSSTuattu t&p lUaiLY _. ......P&I.a. _?, Ar 600" IUa C.I i '

+ death warrants, says a. Topeka dispatch p 86 P 2 OU PIAr ._.__San lIaC>-o--__ Lv SIll JIC _..... ..A' ; *
::7: ,to the Kansas City $tar. In :a fckatific Jlltrkatt: KILLTMICOUCH 210 P 8 W A,LT ____.8&n Mateo.-.. Ark El p 160 a iN.

I 160 13 8! _____ Saga __ L1'1 IM 110. i
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letter to Herald Governor w : fit
nlaetrate4 eI.oulaUoa
Tartest
A and weekly.
: s 00 P 1147 __._BunnI'U8 ___ I" 'I' $6 .
' Edward W. Hoch says that capitalpunishment of any Mtentifle. Journal. Terms,fa a AND CURE THE LUNCS 810 P 126,) PI"' _.___DupoDC....,," u. ..._.. I IT It b 2t. .
{ Is brutal and must rj tgarmontaal.HOU4Stcfl'3 0\ 8 U P 1J: __ ___Ormond_.t__ lIt>> p 4 N a -c:;
New
soon & York 0\ 8 M I' 139 1'1'. ___.Daye 'n._ ,,,._ 100 4 47 3 _
, : ,.t. give way. to ,other methods of dealing JJrucII 0iI"II r St. : WITH Dr. pIn ... Pore Or&Dge.u i bO p i ae 9 f

.", ,....P.l..., with .criminals.. King'sNew d! t 25 p 115 p.Ar ____ .New Sm1rna.- S 10 P 418 G r
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c i1i&-a.. plAr .Lake Helen
:> 1't3 :-:.'. The govemor".letter .Is as follows:. .:; 1039& 3 66 p! ___ _Orange City..___. LT.. It fifP Up Hi 1.6p p .t 'j" '[_

". ::. The .'!b le-ttend of thought on the Discovery50e t: 10 45 a 4 00 P, __.OraDge City Jnnctlon_ !.2.'U : ::
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Mountain Tea
subject'of criminology Is and has ever Rocky Nuggets'l L- 185 J1 221 pLY -._._.Jiew tmJrDA.,...,?.. LT i20 'CII ':'.0::
: 't Buy Medidiw C:* Buy People. Pries r1000 P 261 P Oak H1l1._ ". 1 II P lit ...2 .;: ft
humane .
been toward more penalties. 10 39 p 3 30 p M ---- 1'Uusvllle -- t 11 P a t
'" Indeed'the march civilization la-well Bring Golden Health{tend Renewed vigor. FOR OMSUIPTION '$1.00 C 9 W a :: ._ Ar ___. Sanford ____ L. 10 W. -O 11W fA I J ;
A Bpedflo far Constipation IM Istioe.Live .
t": marked In the world's penal statutes. and Kidney Troubles.Pimple E-VCJIIH.Import Frw Trial. Q :=::.= ,!800 aiL., -- Sanfllrl -- -- M -".-.::: 100 0 ,
Blood Bad Breath. Sluggish Bowels, Headache loss S al) p'L 1'1C nevi ., ... LT ItS 300 .
Time ,was, 'when punishments were .. .. P :I ;;
and Backache. It's Rocky Mountain, Tea in tab. Surest and Quickest Core for all t1 1118 P 4 01 P 'u.. ...__Omoa___.__ 12.. 1 It a <' ; iE
. .; purposely made as severe and brutal let form 3T wnts a box. Genuine made by THROAT and Lima DOUBLES 1121 P 'IS p .". __ Rockledge-_ .1.. 1230 2 II a -1 :
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HOUJSTU DRUG Coxp*qy, Malison,Wia. 11 63 P 4 45 P ? 11 Ii 1"1 '" ,
MONEY
;t" u possible. Criminals were boiled In or DACE.'FHERE o 1205a 'Ii' P Ie __..._.._J.I6loo1Irne__ .f 1119 134a .3 ,i
f, oil, stretched upon Iron racks, Inclosed GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE 12 61 A 51 p .. -- Sebastian ?.___ 11 eta U 61 f 3kA -' f
139 a 6 29 P _--8\. Luc1e __ 101:1: a 1100 D : -_ ,
:I -' In barrels with spikes:protruding In- 165 a II U P _.Fort Plerce,..?._ 10'I a.I I 51 P ., -
ward and rolled down steep declivities .C 216 a 1011 P -- Tibbals -- 9 3o all1l2 II fa J
2 23 a 712 p -.--.-.--Eder-.--_ 8 21 alit U
f{- and tortured in.every.conceivable way. IS MONEY iNGROWING fl+ 118 a 717 P .... ---- leDII"n.. .-.-..._ 9 21 a 11 11 II toJ '; f
a;': "But we have gradually grown away 4I 2 SIl 728 P Stuart--- __ 911 af 1104 P 'C
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from these practices 3 21 a 811 P' .. : webt lapUer.__ a U a 101111 ;
: : .: ;: name of the law, and ,capital punishment V4 404a ft Ill' If -.West PRim Leach__ T U a 9 it p = .
GINSENGProf. .32 a UP" __.__Doynton___ 7 20 a
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t ; rellc of the dark ages In the w I 3'1 ai, )0 Up".. __.Fore Lauder1&1o..__ u 614 a 613
= ::: 646a In30I' ...____ Dantl!. .-___ 6k0a 806 P
.;, treatment of crime. The Infliction off .. ..
; Howard of the Missouri 5 U ai: 10 U V I U a 1 u i
;: this punishment has been made as humane State Agricultural College, says: "i = II 21 Bl1 t T p' -...-Lam' n Cry__ 15., t n r. r
-:"f-: i advise American farmers to cultivate GinSt>njl. Bit profits are realized. aJ 6 35 a i 1115: pAr, _....??__.1rIt.ml_.._ 6 21 a 1 !J p II i
; -. as possible which Is a prophecy It is a hardy plant, and is easily grown."-A bulletin i issued by the

_)\' of Its ultimate abandonment Capital Pennsylvania State College in part says: "The supply of native Ginseng Daily HOMESTEAD EXTE."SIO LJ n: 7 i.

: punishment does not deter criminals root is rapidly diminishing:, and the price per pound is correspondingly Sun. laa. J

*. : from committing, crime. Statistics ,increasing, while the constant demand for the drag in China stands as a 8 "; == .. .Mlaml__ ==
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fi.- abundantly establish this fact It Is a guarantee of a steady market for Ginseng in the future."-Consul General 10la DO a ,IL1' -_-_-BomeaCe&d-_ I ao p

If". brutal custom that does no good and Rubles, of Hong Kong, says in the U. S. Consular reports: "The -1-- L.i-- 100 P ,J

better sale of Ginseng root grown in America is very large here, and the demand I. 11 'II.
it must soon give way to a philosophy I f) sSnn.
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'" is so great that much more could be disposed of advantageously. No. Ho.ll No. l' Jim !0I
[: of government 'and a higher The root is as indispensable to the four hundred million Chinese as is lino.ffiAYPOET, BRANCH D&111 8a.. !Dan.ta ae .,
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,'; Christian dvtUlB n. their rice." Only Only Sun. '- Only
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it 200 1010 a 00 8 20 a L1' _.JacklOn'tlIle.-.u i
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t. Tiny canes will be inseparable companions ton. The present market price varies from $6.00 to $8.50 per pound, 3 .0 p 10 10 a a 40 II 69 a .. __..Pabl. l-a.h_ T 05 a 1110 p 4 12'1 10 p-- .j
while the cost of is less than 2 is P 1063. 645p 1" 01 S Atlantic fSCb_ T 4IQ e 11 U .. j-
'.'. of the_ fair sex this fall says producing $1 50. It is easy to grow and lOOp 11 lOa TOOP a layport- au a 1110 .. r
:;f:' the hem York Press. Although every requires very little ground. An acre of matured Ginseng is worth -1-- :'
40000. There is room in one's garden to several _
!f:. little while the fad has been tried grow hundred dollars' AI

t -. without success, It has been adopted so worth each year. The plant thrives throughout the United States and PENiNSULAR AM) OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP COiNNKTiOXS: j AT MIAMI I
Canada in any soil or climate that will grow garden vegetables.e sell!
t: ; strenuously In .Lenox that the season.is roots and seeds for planting purpose, and can show you how to make

t} -, r: likely to be a record one for wo money growing Ginseng. There are two planting seasons, spring and Close Copsectloa Made at Miami with Steamships e( the p. 4 0. S. S. COBBISV ht

? = ..' 4 men's walking sticks. Ym Hengel- fall. With each order we give full instructions how to plant and care

t.-: mueller, wife of the Austrian ambassador for the garden. You can get a good start in this business for a small HAVANA AND KEY WEST. '

'; : ,.. soon after she arrived In Lenox outlay, and soon have a nice income. Send two-cent. stamp today for
!4 : 'wending her literature telling all about this wonderful industry.BUCKINGHAM'S l .
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{ ,!E.j'df'tbeo&i'oAk; with.a ittwlth liberal *.!!.i". ;;(-tAJl'lM>:'/0'"!_:;......,. t',''}.:..MLETTEllSt.'T"r :.:<1-,.." ,. ,.-" .' '< .. > > ):i;,

;;- P.o&t:".; "X'J'r' :;.. :Seven personal were killed,and many-
afciaie1eisnteased : : r: __
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An Ed4CatibnilTMatir; injured. 'by a"tornado'which struck the I ( ? ; .

r weiifeed'NQ' = toaetJj f.A i mim i ltl.!!'l '; rorNea: town '.of. Monntala'$Vle*;.'Okla:.'andmudi ># ::2 _
thid' tt e property'was damagedThisia;
hay*subscribed.tolar& for
aad this:tetepslfled the erection'of a:theatesoq'Central'.Park only "a;few:";miles 'from Snyder, 'the 'I.- ; _
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trforfltfretirement'df. : place that was') k.b1 a tornado.
Westwhkli: Nationat
% i* *> -r *i -1cityeoun will be kpwn M;the -
The :Cheater;:under'the:management last spring with a'loSs'of 120 lives. the ;
I For sale by
X11voM:$25OOQto .bf Helnrtch d7united,|who'is'!now bead _The :cruiser ,Marblehead had, two of :

theproseclitz of-< .iheMetropolitait::!'Opera :Hosea her guns broken and some of her plates:

ttloaofChe'slay= There;Will be'4hitty'boithe'formof : cracked' by a collision with the;refrigerator INDIAN RIVER

+ eci At Ton k ; ,ship:Celtic at TaUejo Cat .
t Fz: : t> owuersof :whichare
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At Ishpemlng Mictu the Miners' National :
''atffy* : rvomeaiind bank ;was MUSIC
ek'Vr BK fji l.: lJr LL.chin. It1-Tbe:prices'of the seats.will completely wrecked _
; ,Ine by an explosion of. gas from a leak in l lTitusville ::r
range $2X to
:from : JfMu objectstated'by
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d;Iu:* theater. > the basement ;
; 'theproiectorsli'to; present The :Florida. ;$?*i
1Wblle e police treasury department :received ,
thatju {
plays} Jhe standard of, all na- ,
5end a look word that twelve whaling vessels of :I: -
ttonaaud'tiieYcarrent: .AmeilcaD''plays! *t-<
the :
Atlantic'fishing fleet had been frozen "
that are clean ind ague. Opera eomlqueWul ,
Y x d octarat.k '.. :Into',the ice at some place eastof, l'
be presented twice a w eL' .HI .
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'Efevestlniatees ; '-- q lx Point Barrow in the Arctic ocean.. \.:. ..f "-

e' 't11et=23Jee .The collision of,passenger and freighttralne "'. :",.' .

'Jbi all bier I- } t S I: :I{ tJ.J.. ; : 1 on .the Lackawanna,< near 4 ,
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"!'''' .4-j'i.-i< :t Wilkesbarre resulted In 'the death of >
+ I Y1 lalaiQett h1- ,
-\.f': :'f. $, six. of the train. crew.SOCIOLOGICAL. <;, .
The Befterfanc* of Disease.SirjFrederick ,
C.' ,> wtal u and euho '
: :Tie a, the. famous \ &

tba.t4po11eorgialied>}gaged and strangled, British physician, added the weight' of ; I Do You Want to Know All About the ,

y hue hisautfioritjito the. theory;that disease .

'thefaa'aM IMttddfOBi+ n bi,:.distributed liquor of "t' "f JA'is benevolent in- ,Fine Dresses by Cooperation.X "i > '
polntioatthe'houses '
stead ;of, COAST OF FLORIDA *
malig-I. EAST ?
club is the :
- : tMrTbe boptywaa-sharedby:; ; .tlaant! !In a;recent .: co-operative sewing .
who latest scheme by which two New York
8" t ; asiicter shot:'anyone that ;'; |address .at din-t .

s ttdlde .' ot5ft f ,i burgh'before the' women: are making: their livelihood and. Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trucking and > _

WTolutionary ptrtle leaders ,evRf o\fV. : Philosophical go- are enabling women of moderate resources General Farming? If so. subscribe for the........... x
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and social ambitions to dress "

f atJeeit toy th ]BJ p r .IO say !
provide parlors machines fashion
tt "ri quite'i dical.concessions, that if It were Sao. a.
It [btfleve4,that calling off the : plates and the services of a cutter and %
/ ,not/for disease PRICE 25 CENTS PEIl ANNUM. .
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tea,and jotiter?demonstration1i was .. '"th nail race fitter. Any member of the "club may ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE-CORY FREE.

aod U i dy-to gain time,for the J. ; ,would', soon be bring materials'for any garn.nt, have ADDRESS, '

' the'organlxatton otaiegular mili- it ,cut,and,fitted .in tailor fashion and
extinct For instance E.-T. BLAOKMAN Editor MIAMI
FLORIDA.
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>!ebeiUoi Among thehaar'sJater'lonats '\ the Inflammation then may' take it home and finish it. I
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mi pro ls4of a consti- C Not more than tea women are allowedto '
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for,L laland, making; the eecreLt : occurs: .in .that connection attend any 'one session of the club, John B.Stetson University t : !! ) .
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:tory of state responalble to the diet and which lasts four hours either in the -f ,
with
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Aotto the tar, Pt7ace fko the '.. morning or In the afternoon. A membership DE LAND FLA "'- ,

...... card entitles to attend ten ,
: ryskieelgned.r one
iittnieteerot _
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J ualsn.Sailorr'8oldaers,: ': Mutiny.egreatyRuuapt .tiYf"'I'ed; rather than sessions'Which may be one a week or Affiliated With The University of Chicago r .

; one a montn, a* thought best. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ABTS-The standards those of the of .
h} "1"" ptroagbol4,atiiatadtruth3iteneot'an hindered ltVlthou I > ( erltcnitis, } to aid are University Chicago. ;
Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and Chicago. ai,
Wom
...::( eatenetYtUUo the surgeon: he said; every instance of To Study n Wageworkers. f .
COLLEGE OF LAW Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law In .Florida I
e t
: m9 : 1Vov.9,: towhich appendicitis:would\be fatal A coughor The industrial committee, the Illinois without examination. :

:i..iDciI aarnI'rall: i murder d, ref a'cold'"was but the manifestation of Federation' of' Women's Clubs has COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY-Mechanical, Civil Electrical Engineering and Manual 7'I' 'I

aWng.in"i of burn- acure. Catarrh/nd persistent sneering received President Roosevelt's indorse Training courses leading to degrees. Fine new building costly equipment

Wa8e. ; 'epunpopularpmeer: $ weN'means of dislodging bacteria.As ment of its plan to secure':an appropriation COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Book-keeping by best methods: f < .
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',,Iwere among.the slain. The, town,was to the disease of.cancer. the greatphysician from congress for an Investi- Elective courses open in other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building. ?

1; bnrnlng:all'day.'the flames being plaln'fronivSt : admitted he was at sea. gation of the conditions under which PREPARATORY ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard, Yale Princeton ", ;
nd the T" ? women are working In Industrial and Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges .\
ie( : Petersbrarirf, .Was Premature.Dr. '1"r
Bthrlng .
at'Feter-: Say* C commercial establishments. It is In- NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-l. Kindergarten in its own building. ,2. Primary i
!
palace
1 windO eiotEtherair'a, Joseph' Walsh; pi'esl4ent'ot: the and Grammar School in separate building. This School especially prepares Public School F; ,
in the St tended to cover the effects marriage .
giMlof 4Utbe available troops upon teachers.
Fdr
: : Pennsylvania Society tile/Preven- .
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:=>[jr.eteriba:district '.wef ;Concentrated tion,of Tuberculosis who; ntiy re- ,' divorce, birth and death rates', I MUSIC SCHOOL-A 10000.00: pipe organ, a dozen. pianos,separate. building, large faculty. .. : '

Nit t Croiiatad to quell mutinies, ,TreFOHuncompelled turned from Paris, 'where-he:attended wages hours ,health regulations,'etc thorough courses study.- r

; ; I :to: t n erq1il.feslgna- the tuberculosis congress,*inserts that, A Public Antisuicide Bu..u.The ART.SCHOOL-New studio. Costly casts models etc. t

ftq'as military dictator ofSttFeters.tdrp the announcement, made; by Dr. Beb- fact was made known at Cleveland Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold degrees from thQ Uni -'. Oct
further versity of Chicago, Harvard, Yale Dartmouth. Columbia University! Pennsylvania, Bryn : ,
. .j> lithe hope of>> staving "off; ring at that time was premature and that Mayor Johnson had recently Mawr, Bucknell University Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over :;, i

.{"'palalAprtiingi an1rthe aged' : without basis on fact He said Behring appointed a commission composed of 300000.00( in buildings and equipment;nearly a quarter million dollar endowment;an endow ,-
:iJ lmmai> pte' euarraga was only one of twenty; scientists three experienced charity workers ed library of over 13,000 volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings including stained : p
t glass windows 7 oil paintings a 10,000 00 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus; .{ ,
; Doiningoi with 0' whose is to aid afflicted -
:W wPr Eor State working along the'same line, purpose persons an enclosed athletic field, running track tennis courts baseball diamond and gridiron, betides ,"- : : L
"' tf-.t')Ii W -,:"Port'on the"eonth 77kpomiugo. side immunizing serum as their goaL Of with suicidal Impulse, Cases of de- swimming, golf, rowing and other sports separate buildings for men and women; five .. '+ :

an.effort has been, that number he thought Drr".Leonard spondency and extreme misfortune are large laboratories for Chemistry,' Physics, Bacteriology Mineralogy and Biology; several
.It.fJJgto large museums and shops electric lights, electric bells steam heat, cement walks shell ,-
= ---'itioa against the of Philadelphia bill accomplished Investigated and efforts made to cheer ;;
''.:...... rta 1 Pieraon : ; roads;broad avenues, spacious campus. shrubbery and trees; social literary, musical and other t *
: *,ve1'w .H:aid aI American the moat and'that"hla experiments and alleviate. studenta' clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location i$ .. ;
bo'been ordered'to, that point bad developed further. ;He said A National Charity Organ.A beautiful and healthful and the expenses are low. i
u For catalogs, views, folders and information address the President,
'tne"Caribbean squadron comIJaanded the discovery might be' given to the national publication committee has
feBen '
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:',1tIItBl WaltgiiYeri 8oIcUi.. I.. 3NOiRltlutandtng men or,it.night be delayed for several merging the leading papers of the east ; 4

..;t the -'oft repeated years. and the west devoted to practical phi : a

:,:.t made b1 Ao frlendf of the.Cuban lanthropy. They are the New York

i.!tyeeniaent fVWVAMWK that.Cuba;li *ow ViandP&ce : MISCELLANEOUSPrinc I Charities and the Chicago Commons 8BABARD '
which hereafter will be published
Jn'vlew as
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which sold a combined weekly with their present
I-C Seyeaya ,
big sugar crop 'York.,*' I II E.lJL .A.Y. {
? meM&gefroni Preel- Louis at Ntw s editors, Edward T. Devine and Gra- \ l 6Y
tits ,
.Pa1m.'I pilcesc;itd. tho> ubwioy COJlI1'C II< i After being feted and dined by President ham Taylor in charge. In explanationof -FOR- f '
: 4t ;
tom th Roosevelt and the official circle at this latest move in the centralization -
..) 8JIrP4: sr Iaree J ; the visiting:CBrltlsh' 'admiral of American charities the commit- Savannah Columbia Southern Pines <.
Washington
sly
.........th_,,:.Qt ; connectedly marriage with the tee' declares that there is need for

....oai"'..a.OOO'to' -... 6,000' '"
:.'j-.: t' $ "i. men.eD i baa? per: burg, arrived tttKew' York Nov. 9,'tieking's methods and theories witlr accumulated Philadelphia, New York, ; \
.
'. hn : with hia squadron accompanied
n. birthday facts and who will stand out "for
..:r.teiret.tor. the murdermissonaries by a great fieef of American new opportunities for the wage earner,

;' etAyj{, .'.Pre b)1er1an.. .at parsnips under Admiratr/Evans. OfSavedDymit for new struggles against new forms TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. .. t
taken steps
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: 't\Jrth\ eritrouble. ConsulIr 1. r' .. plans* for lightening the burdens of SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL '
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be ortO -
..5 t''Canton 'baa D-? Sometimes flaming: city is saved by poverty for new 'possibilities for the r : ]

( : : to'make apeisonal dynamiting a space thai the fire:can't! rescue of those who are drawn down .

.i....4Horirole Indignities were cross. Sometime* ::a cough ''binP'OD' 'I' by their unfavorable environment and MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. x S.. .

.... tong, you feet as nothing but dynamite the evil legacies of heredity for new '
!!1.\......"" .! < would cure It.; Z. T.'Gray, of Calhoun, ; t
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*Ian..1I G a., writes: "My.wife'had a very aggravated ,

'';" I_1twK, > ft e.t tor J11Iher pay.*nongrV cough, :which kept her awake worm Destroyer. .' Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaiia. '-a! I
>' .Aatlt : physicians could not < '
help
1f1- (: nights. Two j .
1 .. ..-'_ _.,t."r.ltaUan-. her; so she took Dr.Kinf-i;New Discovery White's 'O un'.Vermifuge not only .: t
..u." '."JoInO" 'ttrCOi. .$$. atm for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds, tills worms but removes the mucus and I For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, orwrite .j f
.-". -- an the 10"'.'' irhich eased her cough;gi !her sleep alinoe.in which they build their nests; it I to 4' : .: .I

) tdr et obeeTNT and finally cared ber". Strictly scientific brings,'and" quickly, a healthy condition I A. MACDONELL, ,S. C. BOYISroN;Jr., :":;; : l

f ION(jfj brondd+ tJiJand? a' pippe ibd| of the body, where worms cannot exist' I Aaet General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent. : r
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> tit.... i $1.00;guaranteed. Trial bottle free! Gallic Pharmacy Eaa Gallie, Fla.r JACKSONVILLE, FLA z l-......,..-ergs r': v .: z r f.f !>

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l-1.D- -. OQ."F. d i}e8{.tI, A},Gi1bert- l iiraied< %. *..t"j the* .806hgnniveriary,. -,of J'onr.'marr'ci : ; ; ::. :" \

ftoo>..manager.. ,"ittheina.eb.stL, X,-..i1"on ;;"iii'J.tf.nei'-- thai rIp:: ta, ,the : ciet I. :.SCIIWAB.CLOTBINGW+ ... '. #""
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; : ,,,,,... sadpiinted1iThu i tent', 'ojjnjy tiritieL l, Daring the seasonI ; -.
__ $ Mt 1 : m'':.of reps'< "''''ift''-'''''.''and'i ''', -','ahelifng'''''''''' .the- have bad charge of three places. besides ICj- "-',-tt.- it.J-- .?..,-". ["

b b r: streets OEt, itne: ltil.f going>c::0Ji;,' oar own, ,hiring the laborers, keeping : ., i:. ..t '

,, r1 h,11:44RTer'.M k felt wpfMlure 1 Th'''' Dk8l'';:;-rt ; ; 'Thursday" :'" ..next- <; The" fieir.tune and;paying' the' bills,;'while c' !KNOX. BTE'ISOtIal4: __ -- :

ofG dqj:wm. be; jteueretl ,observed: rochet ,i'" doing alt the work 'includingrthearaehlrig. i -' "
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Tirtf bother, Mr. S.H.MidJ & necessary : .,,
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.Mt..Ge strode Mims tof?:Bonaventure, '
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:Florence' Hodgson Soch a degree of vigor:!tin :oar, old' age r--- rr Yo' ====:::- .', .. : ; ) i
WM the of Mies '
guest .
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'r,2 ;1fo tBtIau ar' ihI r.y .' e4yeteeapperFriday--vWeak. we'attribute:to the. kindly care of our :,iSDWIN CLAPP'S a H"i:!- ; ..> : :_}

( .fr---i. ; r: __ Heavenly, Father, : supplemented by ,a CROSSES'IN.SJ 8. ,:,. YV ;1
te&P ds nlghlrid=i0pe1 1 Sc \ evening from 6 to lilt ,. .
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p ... < ..,. Florida climate:a quiet simple' life,'a L : -> "- 1< .,.
8'o'elock at McHiJian'i.hall iii aid. ,of, St. Ii *.3to$65QSClLO : "
but :
toT ais tteritr ; Johna church'fund.:' r ; plain nutritions diet, plenty of sleep, ..' :" '!
4 : qt1nr4 nonuse of i and : :; the patent medicines ;
her Mr.'Il & %i very. & '
8nds tt i'J&
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Hre.--RuddmaD,of New York,
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little! of medicines QU '
t .z% ,7r a we any ,. Boa Co. "QUEE, ,, X"Thci '- 3
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arrived Tuesday, : Mr., Ruddman has a The no t-
future has terror for us ,for the Fine for,Ladi-es )P 'f
; 3+ :Mr.ad;M i XRR c iRhtonnI edSKr' booeebOd, ..!and launch ,bossed. in EanVegetablea' dark,valley illuminated. by a Divine Fine ClotbesMakurs' Shoes f :' ..'-
,4.4 $2.50Ih$3.50: :
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light. We are in no hurry to leave our : ':ft
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;&rta uforthepreiept.but < ; being to thenorthern .:..... '1
are shipped : ,
pleasant Home.bOt trn"fIlJlabide, =lr=Jr=J t=J'=iIr= =i.oJ --- .
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U 'Y a co bpllt$ the mill and 'markets' from:, Merritte Island. stile, 8t aDd flail Sold s137by 1eadara -_ :
; [ our.time, remembering! that "Eye hath brands are rc oci>iz d leaden i* ::

,F'f" eetabliahed'1here. the Anothercrop will be- ready. for the Cbristraas -. not Ken,:nor: ear heard," ;neither have en- THE LAROESTVt-TO: .DA S C10THIMQ. ,HOPSK. .ON EAST CoAST O.ri.oJUB... -. .;' t
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4 trade..: ,, ;,. i '!f
w { ** wjjlfist tered into the heart of man the .things :
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abel ,Burns, of, Canaveral, :Wan that God,hath prepared for them that f
4dtasset worked on the shell road,;which the guest of Dr.;,.Sarah Or, Hodgson. on love him." We sell the best that money can bay .' },

r tgQede apeir ; ,bldiy MnchCTedit: ia Friday'and Saturday last. ,Mies 'Burns JAs..H. WHITE All goods marked. ,In plain figures, strictly one price to*U. ..: ,
M nhwho eogii esn theaiovgeDent. ._, _
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has retained -
to Miami:: Island Home, Nov; 21st, 1905..Surprised T ;
:
vDSri Parrott has promiaed to The" announcing t the> St. MAJL OB.DEJR.S': : '.A:: 'S :EJCX-.Y.f : jl
unique
posters
;#heiraroand ,the etatlon if we. will make Tho1r'1ler.. ., .
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a! Johns church entertainment were the admiration : \ "
k frthed good lo_ thstpla, ce: President. __ W.M.BROWNV. Pt
of all., The sketches were veryappropriate The teacher of, the colored public school JAMES PBITCHABD.
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s. s .rf WINSTON S.BBA.QUNG ,Ouhier. ;
: in many, ,ways. '-- Titusville.was treated to a most happy :

,. : O.; Mit heil; of" Key, Week, G.,F. .Faddison is the owner of,.a twenty surprise on Monday night, the 13th inst., INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK ;,
: Mrs mile boat. 'O by.his pupils who presented him with a
r ;spent the weekend With b18 sister, : auto worthy mayor
""" freezer of ice cream and a showerof ,
?ft' will never be at the tail end of the procession gallon '
t if linen' The:surprise was a completeone co1:7N'rY: ,:D FOSITQI. ..
r2 s 'J Dr;and Mrs. Charles Hill,of Scranton, push can avail to the teacher and the occasion was a Authorized Cpital___.........$100iOO.OO .. 'i
- k. 1Ii! are etpeced; shortly; their winter Capt Bennett was driven back to Eau for all Refreshmentswere Paid op Capital.-.....__f 33,000.00!
joyful one present.
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4 : ,neeidenes here: Gall!,on. Tuesday by the heavy northeast .served after which the children, Average Deposits. i $200,000.00

Mtn H C,8indersontook is park= in winds. The captain bad sailed for teacher and others assembled in the Gib- TRANSACTS A -J+

t Louieg R to attend TifusvjlJe in the houseboat Rochester. General Banking. Business
y' to ckledge
;! n.e acroas son parlor and participated in games and

Vir Church Sunday. .Mrs.,E. Spiller and daughter, Miss. amusements of different kinds. By request Largest and Oldest j
Georgia Spiller, of Clean, N, ,Y., returnedto r.
: & tftrM ;.CharleeT'OrserJs busy ;fitting np the teacher recited an original Bank on the BiTer. -u
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; ||Pf3 & %. .' ; Zirti John, E. Red,. 'a house with an' o>ty, last her Eau Gallie home'on' Wednesday poem, then the jolly! crowd retired to Exchange;Bought and Sold on All .r

tene gaa plant ,'much" to the joy of Mr E. Spiller, their homes. The following pupils tookan Foreign Countries. '#

; i :;;, ''>Mr-"* and Mrs"T John E Reed and'soniF : -.,ho. 'has -been- a lone widower for the active part in this surprise; Masters Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,

Charley, arrived home Tuesdav,afterenV summer. v 7-, :_:_ Walter Lightfoot, St. Clair Milton, Julius with pu'itetreatmentand! conservative banking every favor granted.COBBESPONDENTS consistent.

'_ '. ? eying the summer:month around Columbus ) MU.BOUR7IK.: McDowell, Millidge A. Brooks, Alferdias : V

x ,"Ohio.yr. # ,Mr..,L A. Woods of Pittsburgh, Pa., Brown, Andrew Ellenwood, Misses Rosa Empire Trust Company N. Yn Florida .
Brown this Lee Wilkes, Mary Thompson, Albertha I Bank A Trust Company Jacksonville ,
1 j- and Mrs Fred G. Homphryi have was< a.: guest of the Honse .

t}' returned; from their two. weeks cruise weekjMr. Scott, Aline Stanley, Ethel| Nichols Lou- TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. !tl

4 R, boat 8...B. 'McFarland'has' fitted up ise McKenzie. Mrs. A. Wade and Mrs. ...i
t .and report a lively time, the new; .
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R. Harris also as well as the .
in were present
sailing 0. IL a.neat barber shop the Fee & Nesbitt ; I
z k. building.; members of the Gibson family.

'- ..:... ; COCOA.: \; SCREENS. j
Mr, Perry P,well, of Waukegan, III, Chamberlain ti'"
b Death of Mrs.
'
rte '.' l Mrs; Baumgardner II :qaite'ill 'with arrived at his winter home in Melbourne '- ..,i.

3 ;. -..,; : ,walariai fever last week. Mis. M. A., Chamberlain died Thursday For doors and windows : 1
of last her bome'in Mime. f
\ week at
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! i: f1" : ..J'C., > v Capt. Coggin and 'famUv.are'atMim.'" .,, Hotel Carleton will be prepared to
Deceased in her 69th and had if
'YiI"S&ti f- ; < ,r .hipping their.orange crop. give dinner on Thanksgiving to all who been in was health for some year time. Owing covered with any wire. .
poor
{ ; and Mrs. Baser of Brooklyn, are may go there. ,
Mr. ,
t
j( r:J ::' to illness, her daughter, Mrs. Strain "

{ ,I t '; >- ipected, .to arriv? tillS reek. The mullet. season, being closed now,, could not attend the funeral which took EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY,CO., t

:.*: ; :: 5.; -J < ,Mrs. F. I4pp was quite ill for afew, the fishermen are catching' plenty oi f place at LaGrange church: last Friday,, Dealers in Lnniber and Builders' Material. r

v'' :: .,'' days, bois, .now, improving, aheephead, trout,'etc.Mr. Rev. W. F. Allen officiating. Three of: Eau Gallie Florida.

: t-'t', #t- ; .. 5t. Miss Ida Lourcey, from New Smyrna, W. T.. Wells reports his pineapple the grandchildren of the deceased, however \

' \ : :!,:. was visiting relatives here-last week.. plantation at East Melbourne as being in were present, ':Messrs. Walter and J.B.W LKER. H.B..HACE..1

a fine condition-never looked better. Wm. Strahan and Miss Bernice Strahan,
!I I I KOCKLKDGK.Mr. JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
;:C!;<"I'S" Fountain Heights, a place owned by from West Palm Beach. l

r i. j" '. Erwin and family are back again Mr. R. W. Goode, has been rentedto .

, _. ; :: '\ ';, in their beaotlCohun&er. home: =' .. Mr. W. S. Wallace, of Indiana, for Neuralgia Pains. Titusville Fla.,

'\ I" : Mr Geo. Alexander, Mr. Ranck'a as- the winter. Rheumatism, lumbago and sciatic pains"
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: ,t yield to the'penetrating influence oiBaliard'a -
,f K t k! ,, _. eietant' ,. is back again for,the winter. Capt. West, wife and daughter, Mrs. Snow Liniment. It penetrates to

.t' K-t* .. Mr. Kegwin, presiding elder, stopped' Price, have arrived from Bunker Hill, the nerves and bone, and being absorbed DRY GOODS 1

-f: f' .,: 'over to visit,Rev.; and Mrs...W. E. Hall Illinois, and are again snugly settled in into the blood its healing properties are ,
conveyed to every hart of the body, and
f: "1;:. 'one day last week. their'winter home on West's point. effect'some wonderful cures. 25c., 50c.

c- t Mr. E. Swinson, of Sharpes, spent Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Metcalf, of West and $1.00. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacyand
; ). < Eau Gallie Pharmacy, Eau Gallie, CLOTHING .1
\ .. \J.,...'.: .,:..': Sunday at Bona venture and Rockledge I Palm Beach, and their grandson are enjoying Fla. '

r, .<..> :: visiting relativerand friends.Powder. a visit to their Melbourne home. : sGENTS'
, ,"\i'V-.1- .1' Mrs. Metcalf thinks Melbourne is the Weakly Weather Report. .

i t. : healthiest spot on earth and we think she a.8.DEPARTMENT OT AQBICULTTJB WBATH- FURNISHINGS I
, D!. '.{ i 'i SBB0BKAU.JcrriEK .
i ia about right.
; FLA., Nov. 21. 1905.
[ ; We are sorry.to learn that Mrs. Geo. I
Comparative statement of temperaturesand i
M. Brown was called to Virginia last rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. SHOES .
k < Royal Sunday night on account of the illness of 1905 1904
b: DATX. WAX. MIN. VAX. MI1 ,
her mother Mrs. Hnmrickhouse, whom
Nov.. 15. 78 57' 74 53 .
'9 I' we all know so well. We trust that she 16. 77 61 76 61
.> ; will 17. 77 60 78 64 t .
soon recover.
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'1'"'" 4 18. 80 68 77 66 MILLINERY
; ;t: '.- : Bakingx : Mr. Allen Wesley Hawk, of Green 19. 83 70 7562 *
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20. 80 68 78 69
;;<5;.' ., Cove Springs, is here visiting his brother, 21. 81 63 78 67 I*

f Rev.: J. B. Hawk, and family for a '(ew Total rainfall for the week. 0 26 inch.

?w'l"" weeks. Daring his visit here he is assisting inches.' Departure rainfall for the week minus 0.07 FURNITIIREI ::

(t. ..; :: Rev. Hawk in the revival which Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st. minus

Y' I baa been in progress for some time, a 3.06 inch. ; :

:. 't_oo' 'T :is made, of Grape goodly number coming every evening H.Official P. HABDIW.in Charge. -:::'::-:!::;:"C <::<= :;=: : ;:- : ::::-.. : : -.. ?. :
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c from Eaa Gallie. : : :::;:: t

;.... '. ) f"" :' .'Cream of Tartar.Absolutely ; When you want a pleasant physic, try We want your patronage. :
,. < ; i" I aim is to please J
kAb: lets. They are easy to take and produceno YOU.
'j}{':' : .'J ,";;. : '.' I'I'T e United States engineering depart gripingor other unpleasant effect. Sold

try) '2" = .' ,Pure. : ment's dredge and snagboat, Florida, in by Red Cross Pharmacy. New,Up-to-Date Goods in every
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.. !command of Superintendent 0. N. Bie,
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,.""": ,}. .r'. ,' '. '. left Jacksonville Saturday bound for the John.White & Co. '
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the food I Indian River. The Florida will Mail
: Makes com KY. orders receive
: : ': .'Si:: b prompt and i ,
'P : :. ,. mence her work on Indain river immediately
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,p1 ,> ,,: ,,:., .;if :' more Wholesome I arrival here. ... f careful attention.
:...... ;j :'tt.,,.". :< '., ,' ',, ,' ," ,. upon her She is to 10U18Y1tj k
1t "" '"';;rqr,, *-1.1".J the channel to depth- of six
dredge a feet
: '' Delicious.w'
F i--."; ':r/. .. ':" "'.i,;,.:.."./j.. .> ,.. and .... I I in shallow places, giving the river a uniform ,' JOHN R. WALKER & CO. Titol; f Fla' :
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