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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: December 1, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00341
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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i uuY' ry;.nudeiclothjnjr,' shoes,.hits, .
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k- .. "L"" 1 '. ladies'shirt waists; worth 35 and 40 cents .
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'...., .'.",!.::',:.\,>._" ......iiN. ",IflUwt' ..'".that,: "'HtpGOSSIP. .Call and inspect: our etoct, we canplease !!Ppgenf ..Rotes Pertaining to Eients I.a yard Cliambrajs, special in 20 shepherd cents. plaid, black Something Mont t the People of Titos-$-' ; {
"' '1 t .t {1$>> n-1:<<( "r"f. ::' ; I I Also I stock fine .
--'-<'"a..,*&:1a2" '"tlaat1 It .shoes for'mieeel jm* and complete infanta.. A.0-swell: Transp rlng,About Ton I II and white only could hardly be distin YUle as They Come and Go .

-F-. : ,- .. :line of ladies' shbee, all styles and prices. guished from dollar-a-yard silks 30 inches .

t ::'F '" .Our', eid r..in'. ladies shoes;. "QneenQuality wide, special price 0119cents.Ladies' .
_ \t :'O' ICT.I"B', I IN SOCIAL AFFAIRS OF LIFE .ready made shirt waists,' in the MATTERS OF SOME INTEREST
'known the
the'world
over as .
M.rt',.. .)<.ti1'}"=;ii-f->?: .E'''''-'' .. latest style with,deep cuffs, made of a fine g

..,'1'-1'' .k.." '.- ,, orders ial price $1.75. .
""" a specialty.
i&j: i1".f "" ;, _. PSNHIY ABaaxarko_ tromp Pleasant and liiely White brilliantine shil1.wa 8ts. trimmed, Up the Weekly Hdspaper -
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.--t.ffl. : cA"'f''h'\,.a. cN, .' .. with buttons worth $5.00 for $3.98. .
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'h.r",rt"t'r: :AiDI.0.1&borne/mm' S te Titnsville Fla.' Mrs. E. 'B., "Wagerretorned Wednes- Infanta long coats, made of a fine quality l. Mr. J. B. Sanborn of Daytona, has

{! !;_ ii... 'jr a'brief. ''visit.. : ? fc day from .a very'' pleasant visit of about of Bedford cord, trimmed with two been here this week doing the' brick'

:';i.'_..,!.J"j..w..;!. f'Iel,. ......,.:>l.T'ic. Ihnhain;;.: and '.Miss 'Maggie :Notice ten days.with her sisters in Savannah. rows of lace and ribbon and lined with work for the Pritchett',residence. r>-

-rUDt: ;j jBHHqbersYrf the Titnsville orcbes-- 'Take notice that .\cember'IUD, Miss Nettie Coutant, of Oak Hill was mercerized sateen, worth $3 50, special Mr. and Mrs.: S. B. Ratbbun and Misa .

-" s. 1& t ;ineloa tii sick lief this i week. 1905, that ponton'of'the waterway of the visiting in Titusville Monday and part ')!1.79. Grace are expected here some time next ;

:)" Mfee, ;.Oerhudi-'Meadeisrtl: 'ed home Florida Coast Line,Canal and :Transportation of Tuesday with'her''friend, Miss 'Grace. .. White table damask, every thread lin- week from New York to"spend the winter r .

.ftt ; We i>e Ay fto m:ctllahid:where she hasbmteachinf 'company,known as' the Haulover Recd. t en, 64 inches wide, worth 75 cents a yardat Mr. T. J. Branning, Jr.,_wife and three '

fg; .* i-ijtft-SBi_ the,public school' this term.* : canal,.viz.:, the:canal connecting ,Mosquito Mrs. F. A. Walters arrived here Tuee- a special price of 49 cents. children, of South Jacksonville, spent ;
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'_t ':h.'hici the'-;stage lagoon;with the Indian 'river, win' be day' afternoon from North Carolina, to the time most pleasantly from Saturday

m$>1" .!jj zps lnplnEtlieopera: : .house. preparatory 'closed by said company;for 'and' during spend the winter with her grandson Mr. inches ,wide, worth $1.25 per yard, at a until yesterday here among ,their rel u.
of 79
price cents.
;fi' 1 f tbs t tA.'teiiOD".h1eb.will.i open said day. GEO. G. GLKASOK,. L, Alexander. special atives. : ;.
All linen dinner worth .
){}"f-P"f';;;,,$' ;"week. oc two.-' Superintendent.. The houseboat Rocheater.Capt. Bennett dozen, at a special napkins price of,$1.49. $200 Mrs. G. W. Hanford arrived homejhe

4 Y tr:" Mr*TonPltts: ; who bsa beet) here the iMr! .Gleaaon has requested THE STAB to I from Eau Gallie, was out at Nelson's Ladies' mercerized'underskirts, with first part of this week from her visit to
'aadlist' : his there will be of marine this wegk' for a thorough St. Augustine, where ,she about
pas !!: spring.,with saythat a representative : ways ruffles and accordion pleated, in black spent
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'! ;, ::brotber., ;Mr.? BOJ'IQ8_ Pitts., .returned to the cana| company at the Hanlover canal cleaning, and overhauling. only the material in this skirt could two weeks with her sister, Mrs. R..E. =
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"-' ::.AY"-O o< .; epAeaeeeYeeterday.xJlF.rwia ,, on.the date above .mentioned" Dec. lltii, Precipe for summons and thedeclaration hardly be bought for leas than $2.00, at a Brown.

..:: .... ,..,lead) 'W,.:I.; Metcalf, of who will issue permits to anyone' having in the case of Wilkinson Call vs. EdwardJ. special price $1.29.. Capt. Geo. G. Gleaaon' of St. Augustine -

: "'" jt'i.a,. '". f1"; ml hart' tPalm,,, Beach, were in business through the canal. \ Allen have been filed in the circuit If you want any dress: goods I can safe- was called to Eau Gallie Monday

4, vWe; Saturday' In''a ease before court of Daval county, but the case will ly say that there is not a store in the on account of his brother, W. H. H. '-
fJ Dr.,E. H. Armstrong of Jacksonville, be transferred to Brevard county for, Gleason, being taken with attack of
cbambers.. an
gsi Jones
:!_ J :! ; the well known eye-and nerve specialist, state where you can find a better selection '
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",-;*; "",,;&;' ;'fMand Mrs, H,',C,-. Badge, of Miami, will make a personal visit to our town trial and the prices 1 assure you are more pneumonia. r .

.;s1k r'Mere oq U."lOQtbbouod train Monday and will be at the Indian River hotel on From, reliable source we learn that than right, of course considering quality. Mr. John Daniels, who has been clerkat

..S- 1b lretpr1 t i'II.', ,hQmoftom Jacksonville, where and Dec nervous 1st The troubles most radical are handled forms of with eye Mr. M. Neenan, recently of Titusville, Colgate's talcum powder, in cashmere the Indian River hotel for something' .

Y.--t"..isB... _mBD'f'ri /OVeral, 'weeks; favorable results. has exchanged his__farm n ,_..near... Barber-_ bouvuet, or violet, you well know that the like a -year or more., left last Friday- for # -
and arrived ville for a place at Holly Hill owned byJ. regular price is 25 cents, it is so advertised his old home in Tennessee. :Miss Brown ., F
: sMrs,:'RAaddon ..baby
_._ i) )ol&hfom ,a visit. of several .Old Officer Hold Over S. Herbert, and will soon move his in every magazine, our price, for now holds the position of clerk and book

l ftd; nPpilte! her Otiner, home, in 'Middleimnob The annual 1 meeting of. the 'stockholders family. there. Monday only, isle cents. keeper at this hotel.

,m.. .. ,e.| ; to r the j y.of Mr..Haddon of the Indain River and Lake Worth THS STAR office is in position to fill all Hreoskeag feather ticking, almost Tftusville public school held a special

} .:i.'t4 j s3t' ---'. oany- ',friends, of Gapt. C. ,F Pineapple Growers' .association ,was: to orders for job printing with neatness and heavy enough to hold noals, 32 inches session last Saturday so that. a vacation

'":N Fiicber'werdehghted"to; see him out have been held Jensen' Wednesday, of dispatch, notwithstanding some reports wide, special l price oft' } vents per yard. could be taken today as well as yesterday ;

49:i::*Ii Tnaeday-: he_ rat''noe h,*hu been last week, but owing to the lack of quo have been circulated to the contrary. We errs KLINE, for Thanksgiving. Miss Miller and Mire "

.'j r' ,on' 'the L"street: since his recent severe rum no business was transacted with the also have lately received a large lot of ,. Titusville, Fla. Hunter went to their homes WednesdayS
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apelloiilloeee., exception of receiving and filing the an new material for job printing, comprisingthe afteruoon for Thanksgiving. ,
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-x. : and nual report of E. P. Porcher, general latest styles in type.:, We can certainly \ Superintendent Holloway Acquitted I The Gladiolus, one of the boats ownedby
: ..!- .Mrs; W,N. Chandoin,. Messrs. The in the of W. M. Hollo-
,.1' agent give you up-to-date work in this line. jury case the Titusville Fish t
,' A. Carter of company, was
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'< Oeo, a.'Gardner-. ,
"! ; The General Agent' Porcher 10:39 train way, state superintendent of public in- launched
: who report Among the arrivals on the Tuesday afternoon equipped ,
UO IO and Tnrobull, went tot
was quite satisfactory and C. L. and struction, who was charged by W. N. whb/'a 5 b.
-' l' ,W :Bwch last week to attend very encouraging last Friday were .Mr. Berge } p. Bridgeport motor, and oa,
to the association. There was no Mr'E. Sheats formerly holding that position, trial made '
'association returned home wife and their son and daughter, the trip very satisfactory .
the Baptist ,
: special business except the election of M. Berge 'and Miss M. 8. Berge, from with criminal libel, returned a verdict in showing. This craft will be used princi-

--t .: Monday, officers for the ensuing and as the J. will the win favor of' the defendant last Saturday for
v: Mr, &;.L. Motlow returned from Mol- year Adelphia, N. who spend pally towing small fish boats. ,
stockholders were not present it is pre- ter in Titusville again This season night in Gainesville.Do has ioot.tage '
,berrY,.Tennt, last Saturday and has been :Mr. L C. Branninjr, rented his
,, :>!! sumed that they were satisfied with the they will ; _. ',at Cocoa'most of thia week. He expects You Need Any FurnitureThe this season to Mr. C.
,Mrs.Motlow and the children here in old officials. D. Penney. With them came also Miss Titusville Furniture C. Henderson and family, of Mnrfrees- -

t .about two weeks time to spend the wiD.r.IQ.11tUlm Jeannette Wilson, from Connecticut, company boro, Tenn., who ia expected to arrive -s
Thanksgiving Day Observed is the place to buy furniture. Don'tpurchase
your
who is visit her father and mother
: on a to
here by the 1st, today, or within a dayor
if" "#. -,- Yesterday was generally observed allover l Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Wilson. The arrival elsewhere until you come and so. Mr. Branning expects to be sta- t
The n "hboaDd.train. Tuesday morning see us. When you look you will buy.
Titusville as Thanksgiving day. All of the above parties will add much tioned at Palm Beach again this winter.
i'' due here at 3 o'clock, was .delayed stores and business houses were closed to the social life of our town. We carry everything in the furnitureline '
three hours by the disabling of the and the low and Among the new pieces of music received
prices t
.;W over for the day the same as Sunday. Numerous easy payments *
.....1. locomotive' .on, the' southbound Monday parties went out in the woods huntingand Window shades 20c. at Novelty Store. break the record. Mail orders a for December by Indian River Music ,
night necessitating the locomotive on i r all orders.H. House, Titusville, are the following: ?
spent.the day. At night there was a specialty. Freight paid on
River AssociationThe
Indian "
r the northbound ',going to relieve theouthbonnd grand ball at the opera house which was Baptist E. OX.VEB, Manager.Dr. "Mascot, new march and two-step, by '
Indian River Baptist association, C. Blake "Hearts Haven," waltzes
< train. largely attended and a pleasant affair. ; by ; a
;;$' which convened last Friday at West H. B. Blanke, and "Snowflakes "
in be ,
Armstrong person can seen a.
', The: 'Virginia, Mr. W. M. Prindle'snew Music was furnished by the Tituaville or-
J.>!__ '. Palm Beach, and continued in session at the Indian River hotel on Dec. 1st in novelette, by Luella Lockwood Moore. t
tunnel launch built in Racine, Wis. chestra.
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t S Saturday and Sunday, was well attended regard to any eye or nerve trouble. Positively The last is a gavotte of real merit by a
? arrived .the first'of the week and was only on date named.
ministers and delegates from the different new Any of these pieces
Woman Assaulted by composer.
placed in the river Tuesday. This little By a NegroA
.f1i, churches from Lake Helen to the sent postpaid for half price, which is 25 '
)l. boat is about 18 feet long and is a perfect negro by the name of Geo. Wright/ Church Notices '
Homestead section, as follows: Lake cents, to introduce same.
i,n. beauty both aa to style, mode), finish and was put in jail Saturday under the chargeof Helen, LaGrange, Titusville Indianola, Rev. W. F. Allen will hold services at

l= equipment .The motor ia 4 h. p. and assaulting and robbing Miss Mary the Methodist church, Titnsville, next Fort S
Work Boat
: Eau Gallie, Oak Hill, Fort Pierce,Jensen, Dredge tl i
7 the draft is very light, about 10 inches. Rogers, of Cocoa, on Thursday of.last Sunday, Dec. 3rd at 11 a. m., and at Cocoa .
Palm Beach Miami Cocoa Plum The and boat
Ojus, goverment dredge snag ,
week. Justice J. M. Sanders bound him at 7 p. m. These will be the final
= FURNItuRE DRY GOODS SHOES. Silver Palm, and Eaton Street church, Florida, which was mentioned in THE j
over to the next term of circuit court. preaching services of this conference year '
lt Sectional book cases, Key West. STAB last Friday, is now at Grant, where
and all invited attend.
cordially to
Souvenir postal cards, Applications were received for memo are some surveying is being doneIt is the
Hunting OB Sunday Sunday school at the usual hour. I
.: Oil beaters, gap stoves, bership in the association from Ojus. intention of the government to have the '
DOWN felt mattresses, Editor of THE FLORIDA STAB. Rev. John W. Walker will hold divine
Jensen Silver Palm and Key West and channel out the Florida
kS lq 'House furnishing goods, dredged by at
.t'-!- Linoleum, Carpets, Rugs, The good people of Titusville are very same were accepted.Rev. services on Sunday next, Dec. 3rd as Gilberts bar. While this boat is hereon Ito
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Bfe. Ch A. Gardner: Titusville, Florida. much exercised over the violation of the W. E. Stanton, of Miami, was follows: St. Marks church, Cocoa, morning the river the decayed and submerged .

-S 5 55 Sabbath by hunters. There is a law elected moderator. There were enroll- prayer 1030, Sunday school 9:30a.m. beacon posts all up and down the river

Announcement against; this practice but receives onlya ment of members, reading of letters, appointment St. Gabriels church, Titusville, evening should be removed. They are a menace e'
-Lt Dr. Armstrong's representative, owing This is intended at 7:30, Bible class 3:30 m. I
to sickness, could not make date as per scant respect. as a of committees, etc. Mr. Geo. prayer p. navigation and as the government

announcement, so Dr. Armstrong will warning to the parties interested. It is Gardner, of LaGrange, was reelected Rev. Millidge Walker will hold divine placed them and now they are of no use,

fefeV make personal visit our town Dec. 1st hoped that this will be sufficient. clerk, he having served for a number of services on Sunday next, Dec. 3rd, as same should be removed where they are '. :"

at the Indian River hotel. He can be H. 0. S. years. follows: St. Johns church, Eau Gallie, not intact. (
J consulted>> with in regard to any nerve The entire occasion was one of harmony -
The Holy Communion 11 a. m., evening prayer
b: complications or eye troubles doctor and progress.B. Af
Fanning Land For Sale. ii'
i will positively be here only on the B. Tatum was elected chairman on 7:30. Mr. Chas. Campbell will read the Announcement ,

-- date named. Eighty acres, just west of Titusville, publications; W. W. Hall elected chairman morning prayer at Holy Trinity church, : Dentos will be in commi&ion and ..,v
: the county seat of Brevard county, water on education, and S. T. Wiggmton Melbourne, 1030. I moored at Indian River hotel dock on
Wood For Sale protection by tributary waters of St. chairman on Sunday schools, all of Tuesday, Nov. 21st, need repairs on Den !4
Pine or oak, any length. See or ad. Johns river on the west. Excellent land Miami. It will be reported later as to tos have caused delay Will remain in .
':$ dress J, Jamison, Titusville, Fla. for orange culture or farming. Price the exact location for the next association For Bent at Rockledge Titusville three: weeks.F. y
'S very low. Address Mrs. Matilda Peter- meeting, Rev. Stanton and George Two furnished cottages; one of four HOUGHTOX..
l'or8ale sob, Stockholm, Wis. Gardner being the committee for decide rooms; one single room. References given
; Cottage with four rooms in Titusville, ing this matter. and required. Address Lock Box 115, I DUCK UUNT1NG. ,
10 a large lot under good fence comprising A Bargain in Seal Estate Rock ledge, Fla. M. L. Peacock, at Titusville! is preparedto
BBSm : five town lots. Also good mule for Call at Titusville Livery at rear of I take parties out for duck shooting at
: sale. Address H. care STAB office. FOR SALE-An old pioneer grove, one Robbins' law office, for stylish rigs. Weakened systems need a mature !j reasonable rates. Correspondence -
mile river front, 290 acres land, 25 acres
Ma? orders for both dou- ,
Leave hauling, ited.
your wholesome, mellow liqnor-t.hat's I. W. ;
=' FOB CASH. in condition fine
: FOB SALK CHEAP in grove, good dwelling, '
J. M.Osban
ble and single. proprietor. .
land beat of land for farm. Three Harper Whiskey the kind your grandfather -
About 88 acres of good high on very celery I '
Crate Material Baskets Nails
and
Sold R. L. Motlow ,
the east or ocean side of the Indian river crops of oranges would pay for the place. used. by I
at the Narrows, described as follows: Lot Will sell for less than value of improvements HENRY BESECKE-GUNS REPtIRED.4Specially F. A. Losley. Bean baskets and octagon bean crates.

No. S, section 35, also lot No. 3, section purchaser thereby getting land made gun springs warrantednot I Full stock in our warehouses at Titus
f: 3jfcia Ifwbship 31 south, range 39 east.TnEiand free;better than bomeateaainir; no incum-- to break. Every one carefully tested. :NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE. i< ville, Eau Gallie, Fort Pierce and West '
ia unimproved but finely located. brance; titles perfect; farming tools ve Guns jBtocked. Leave your guu at Pritch- Citrus stock grown oa high pine 1.1od.I Palm Beach. Write for prices. Also for p :
-, For further particulars addressE. bides blacksmith shop, all go with place. I ard's hardware store.H. Indian River Nurseries, established 1886. prices on other crate material, wrapping t .
M. Low, W. R. SANDERS, I BEXECKE, Send for catalogue, Toledo and West paper and crate nails. .t
Brockton, Mass. Indianola, Fla. ,, Box 121, Titusville, Fla. .Palm Beach, Fla. j East Coast Lumber & Supply Co. t ; >i

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.;,..-.:.-'i;.. j;%>>; !' ConkW : .' .--.The "" > not1 suited.' his' constitution :iod:will
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::'.'..i 1 ""ii.;o- G."'; """ ..-,W4 flnt;M eor qua tureen tic operator atKey; $Ve&, and rate his etomaelr and'regnlathis; ,1
= and bow( r4 r.tf' ; .7 i} ,> }.i> .thCoIid1o'of the Mallory line, *
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'. rotating-between Gatveston'and'NewYork : I not For/eale: Red
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.. ...,." -y.,3 W'E.. Curtis D&fibeWfdfe8if:,,, -- A -.!:: :Te1egraphy'iGreatStrides: ? signal was rery. .faint; and.;the"Key 11 OOtiIIG
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JF. ;> ,] "Pix;TOttr. ..spark,, .man;' ,fix: ,foursparkr >> 14s**>***= .

'. wit: ,; \ t THE'. mst.'TmTi. MADE. AT, 'BIGHT. : 't"'f' r.r r remedy never falls to. -l nlorsed b ),leatding ph CIariS sff the BEST remedy for

,'. ,........, "' ,- -" 'lbe'Concl i was silent for a momentor cat+a Children Croup and Whooping Cough because
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i'J ; 'two after whidi the conversation :Dyspepsia, Constipation, ,Sick, OPIATE The action of.B&1.1ardla HorhoundSyrupi8nffldandbem -
contains NO
., I.Pd:; VWO MOcs, ..DmrliasrPresideai'S : was,'resumed; 'and Colonheard 'it distinctly. Headache, Biliousness. nitisadaptedtoinfant8aswea; -

'q'.i 1f. 'Voyage- ..1Froaa .1} !? ) Craftier, >.'. And ALL DISEASES Bristol from a. asadults variety of temperament and constitution -

: 'Hew.Orteama to Wuatatto ::: They; operators at Newport and St. Torpid Liver and Bad DigestionThe I eyery : '

;;i$<< t '* :Nay Dpl
I !f; '. :'wIth'All f TBteaw, Swept ........'.. have' nerer been able:to do so In r the and sofM flesh. DOM small;elegant Kifc.,writes>-"My kusbaad
i :.,. .' :. and to MRS. B. W. EVANS. CItarWtttr,
: Some nights lykagarcoEted xwauow.
i ( .' .'- daytime." are better than easy months and the doctors told me he bad qffiSKwmsunptka -, '
tick for three
W 'DQnbtleas everybody hasread the reA -, others. 'Cool, clear, calm weather & the Take Substitute., was procured a bottle of BaJ1ard's JtUP.'a -
.We
'i' ". ,:,. :markable stories. that'.have'been pub--, best far long range messages if not' attended it cured him., ae Is noW a well maxi but' Horehound p It bcJtih

:' ,lashed concerning conversations, ,by local electrical disturbances [ ,in the Douse and thinkit has no equal for-pnittle>tary clisHes.-

&i : that.were kept up.between the.cruisers. The] navy 'departm ( Is'.carrying on Easy toTaKe Sore to Cure;Every Bottle Gaaatel,
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F& of Admiral Browrison's'fleet and
t ; the every night continuous test between $Oc.I1.00'- .,, ,
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1 Vft: '-' ::wireless" telegraph stations: on shore New York; Washington St Augustine, IBALLAID'S ySS&ro'CO. 'ST.. LOUIS HO.
.c'r during the president's"recent from' > :
: : trip Key West, Guantanamo, San Juan -

1'-; : :' 'New'Orleans to Washington, writes (Porto ,RIco),. Colon and other:points,

- \ i- r,' :William'E:Curtis,'the'Chicago Record- and operators 'along .the' coast are, ,listening -' SOLO :AND RECOMMENDED BY

a5it Herald's Washington'correspondent It. attentively all the while to catch
ft r ':. ., was altogether the most successful and what they can. SPORTand flED CROSS PEARM1CT TITOS7ILLE anti EiU GALUE FHiBX&CT T: EiU GALUB

ji ;: d. satisfactory, test.'of; this mysterious As soon as the government naval ,

.' ,I -,; .:,. method' of" communication'that has ever system Is'complete'there will be. regu- AdventureAshore Southern

: ", .been:made: and demonstrated, its .value lar,intercommunication,for experimental Railway.EFFECTIVE .
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to the naval'service.,and ,to the merchant purposes from Panama to Portland and Afloat {

f $ {; marine. Only; a'few daYS after! Me:, byway of Galveston and New Or- with AUG. 6. 1905.

.: L'. 1 .,when': Admiral,Evans was on bis ;.way'tf leans and also by way of.Guantanamo GUNIf No 30 No M \0. 29 ; So.33 _
: JlKkMnrllle
ROD AND : 8ohnloD andN.w, York,
:% :'j: :to: New York with the North Atlantic and.,Sari Juan and Key West. There Daily lily Davy. :. Daily:. k

, s.r.tt.juawon.the: officials at,the'navy; department will be a" chain of wireless. stations you like to red of the experiences of 753 P L____ 910 a Lv Jacksonville. Fla..______So. By. Ar -900 a _. ..._ 820p
remembered something they along both coasts throughout theWest' anglers,shooters sac campers or yachting; 1213 a .__..__ '120 P Lv.Savannah; Ga.__.__..__.tkt By. Ar. 4 50 a _,_' 405 p955
and
:
, 'tr 'P or if yon are interested in country life ask a _-___ 1020 pAr.Cha-Iotte. N. Q.___._.. Ry Lv. 9 59 p 8 33 a642p
wanted to ask him. They"called him Indies on the Atlantic side while'on your newsdealer for Foreat and Stream. ::::=:
m-i-r : = = 658a Ar. Richmond Ya. _______So. Ry. Lv. 12 30 1130 a'
or write for free specimen copy, or send ; p po < i
W up bY the wireless apparatus at theWashington the 'PacifIc: side they will stretch ==
twenty-five cents for four weeks trial trip 90 P --.- 950 a Ar. Washington, D. C.-.---So. By Li' 31 __...._ 90 P
navy yard' when lie was From San Diego to Bellingham bay and Forest and Stream is a bite Illustrated
Ar .
'" 1125p------.1130a Baltimore ud--------P R. R Lv. 8l2 a ____ 822p -
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' ), 200 miles away and sailing northward to Honolulu, Guam and Manila. Power departments weekly Journal: which contains the following 235 a-----__- 143 pAr. Philadelphia Pa.....:._._P. R. R Lv. 3 M a ._,.___ 555 p
all of 630 a 415 pAr. New York. N..Y.---P.'R. B Lv J210 .___.__
erected 125
11J-L Off the coast of.YarylttIUt; He answered houses are now being Game Bag and Gun. 'Natural History, ------ a P

, \/ .' promptly 'and .conversation lastIng the places named and it is hoped that Sea'nd stiver F'"hill'. Yachting,
and
Sportsman Too/lit C&.no inRHJ f. Nos. 33 34-"New York and Florida Express.ri Daily Pullman Drawing Room
( '. more than baif'an' hour was ,car within a few months it will be possible .and Trap Kennel. Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.

; : ,ried on, In which every; message was for the president to talk with the governor We send free our catalogue of the best books Noa 29 and 30-"Washington and Florida Limited. Daily Pullman Drawing Room
! U4-- -\ received and every word was understood general of the Philippines by on outdoor life and recrcctioc. Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.
t *
-_, : on both sides. wireless telegraphy any night that he FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO. No 30 ho. 29
tJ.ft.r:. :f ,Nor'Wasihere any difficulty" finding has anything to say. It is'now possiblefor 346 4jroadwiy, New York City. Daily. l'brouJIb"l'he Laud or the Sky" Daily.

'f :;i: i'- him.; The operator at the navy yard th'e'secretariat navy to com- 755 P Lv.Jackaonville. Fia,.......:.---...._..__.__?.._..-.__So. By, Ar 900.
1215 Lv Savannah Ga. ... .. _..__..._._..___ _
'\t touched his key and called for the battleship municate wittv .vessels _at sea within a ? -----------g 0, $y. Ar 40 s
.> .' 600 a Ar. Columbia, S. C.......:: ..._._..______;_.___ _____..80. By. Lv, lIS a.
m' 1J; .Maine just as' one'might shout 200 miles of the Atlantic coast and un- 150 pAr. Asheville N.C:.___ :______________. ... _So. By. Ly, 413 P
i-'r" from.a window at .a crowd.of men, in; exceptionally' good conditions at a 2 37 pAr. Hot Springs, N.C..---.----.--------:-:-: -------.- By. Lv, 12 4.5 a
}{ the street or a ,bird. might cry to its distance'of 500 j miles. 600 P AI' Knoxville ..______________._________.______.- Ry. Lv 933 ti
1iirr. do Lieutenant Robinson of the bureau'of 815 a Ar. Cincinnati Ohio.____:___....._..._......__...-.._____Q. &; c. Lv. 813 p
,mate. I not know .how it was done. -

't .. It Is difficult ,for a layman understand equipment of, the navy department Nos.29 and SO-Pullman Drawing Room and Bullet Sleeping Can between Jacbourille u4

_'. .the mysteries,electricity. The 'who has had charge of the experiments St. Louis. daily. .

;, operator was .in a coop 'at the navy is confident that it will be pos- The .

R i.#.:. .;.:'. yard' Admiral Evans.was on the. high sible. to send messages to vessels/at sea most careful farmen I No. IS Between Jacksonville and the North and Wfit. No, It

,';i'-,L' I seas. but the operator J on the deck of a distance of a thousand miles' when> i place and gardeners confidence etery in Ferry'a whei == 945 Lv.Jacksonville. bo By.--.u._ .__.._._____.Ar. 9i5 ::=:

c-1'f l -: r the' Maine beard the. call the moment Itwas.utteredand the system is perfected and says that Sseda toe kind that never talL --.---- 300 a Ar. &Iacun. So. By..---...-.-.-.=...?..----Lv. '213 a _.:..._
520 Ar. Atlanta, So. _______ ___
a Ry. -Ly.
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sent down to ad- the possibilities 6f range are growing ---- -- ---- --- 1159 P
f I, xr.3 : the ..-..__ 9 45 a Ar. Chattanooga, 80. Ry-______ ________.w__Lv. "U __
.. ,..,' ;: \ miral's cabin to tell :Fighting Bob" wider and 'wider as the experiments FERRYSSEEDS --.--.- 140 P .11 Cineinnati Queen&Crescent ______________Ly. 83o o.18 .______

:. ::f. that ,the nary department. wanted to jontlnue.. The navy department now == 40 P Lv. Cincinnati Big Four Route.-_..__-Lv. 710 a!==

't\ %;:;a.: .: talk to him at the telephone, for it was has stations in operation at the following ......__ 710 a Ar. Chicago Big Four'Boate_______________- Lv. 830 ____

'. ,,: :<, merely a telephonic message, carried points: Cape Elizabeth Me.; Ports- == 835 P Lv.Cincinnati, Penn. Lao__.':__.----Ay. 643 a ___

#. by invisible wings across the sand bills mouth (N, II.) navy yard; Cape Ann bare been the standard for 49)'eU!. ------_:' 710 a Ar. Chicago: PeDIi. -__._________.._.____Li-. sop__

;,!_ of Maryland, Chesapeake bay the eastern Mass; Boston navy yard; Cape Cod Tbey are not an eipvrtmeuL i =::.845 p ,Lv. Cincinnati, C. H. & D.-Monon___.._.__-Ar. "7i 40 a __
Bold by all dealers. lOO Seed (2?* : 723 a Ar. Chicago. C. H. & D.-Monon......_....._.___
.
Lv.
: '" a shore and sixty seventy miles of (Highland light); Nantucket shoals Animal free for ---- -- 9 era p ._........_
945 Lv. Cincinnati C. H. & D.-Mich. Cknt.___.___ too =
,salty; ocean. If Galilei had, done that lightship; Newport torpedo station; D.M. ---- P .Ar. a =
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Ar. C.
52ft a Toledo H. &; D.-Mich. Cent.-Lv.
--- 1140 __
:.': in the fifteenth century, what might his Montauk Point X. Y.; New York navy T Detroit \beaskin. -------f.. '123 a Ar. Detroit C. H. &; -Mich. Cent._____....Lv. 1000 p P ._____
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,':.t", .1. : fate have been? yard; Highlands of Naveslnk, N. J.; : l6 ,... ---.-..- -S 30 P L v. ('incinnati, P enn. Lines--_________________-a-. 6 a _.

)::: But the tests during the president's Annapolis Naval academy; Washingtonnavy =.::::_, 555 a A.r. Pitubnrg. PenD. LineL----_______._____y. !. 18'S pl, N..

Y{r: voyage were even more remarkable. yard; Norfolk navy yard; Cape 60 YEARS' -----.- 930p I Lv. ('iDcinnati, BigFour-.__.___.__.?_?__..Ar. 65Qa,=..___:_:;

.-.,. \C The wireless instrument on the flagship Henry, Va.; Diamond shoals lightship; EXPERIENCE =: 6 45 at \r. Cleveland, Big Four__ _._____________._.._Lv 9 SO ph .___

, :t West Virginia was in continuous Pensacola navy yard; San Juan Porto ------- 530 P J.v. Lexington 80. By.---....-.?---.--...___Ar. 104.i .1__.._
communication with the other vessels Rico;, Culebra West Indies; Guantanamo ------- 810 p AI' Louisville, 80. By...-...--.--?__..___._...Lv. 140 I_...__.. --
3 I- .------ '132 a AI' St Louis So. Ry.----.__________._______. _Lv. 1010
, J. of the fleet and with the shore stations Cuba; Colon,"Panama; Mare Island P'--

I{ all the way from New Orleans to Norfolk Cal; Farallou islands, CaL; Yer Nos. 13 and J.-'The Florida Limited.'t Daily Solid Vestibule Train Through .Day

-1:,_,.. and. one night ,with the flagship ba Buena island Cat; Honolulu naval Qmchps and Pullman Sleeping Can Between Jacksonville and CincinnatlXo.

f 225 miles west, of Key West the con- station and Guam. The following stations
.Jo-: +,, .' TRADE MA':K* I 5 Xo.13 Between Jacksonville aDd Kan...City. '
"- versatIon between Its operator and the are in the course of installation: DESIGNS (INo.,11 No. IS

other vessels of the feet was read at Cape Henlopen Beaufort, N. C. ,t .. 145 Lv. Jacksonville Fla So. .. ;"; -.
; ; COPYRIGHT -- p By- : ......?....._.___Ar. 9 as a ___ <,r
the navy yard in Washington( just as Charleston S. c.; New Orleans;'Puget Anyone sending a sketch and dear!':ptbu i:..j ....--- 5 20 a Ar. Atlanta, Ga.. So By----..._._____....Lv. 1150 ...__ ;
plainly :as if It 'were going on in'the sound navy yard and Cavite, P. I. quickly invention ascertain probably our natentaWe.opinion free Communir whether an ......- 1201 a/ Ar. Birmingham Ala, So. By----------_...._.._._.Lv. 4 (ti p p _.-_._
tlons strictly confldentiaL Handbook on Patents ------- 805 P A.r. Memphis Tenn.. Fri -_----________Lv. 815 -____
next room. There could be no mistake ,The navy; department experiment sent free. Oldest agency for securiig patent ------ 940 a Ar. Kansas City, Mo.. Frisco--.----______________Ly. 130 a __ I INon.
Patents taken through Moon
Co. receive P
4'-r' '
for the messages have'since been compared ing with all systems, Marconi's only tpoeiolflottee, without charge lati>e 1
13 and 14-The "
L1- and 'verified. That conversation excepted. It has never been able to do Florida Limited. Daily. .

I was heard at a distance of lo:;:O stat- business with him. He offered to equfp Scientific jfoiericatt.A EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE.J. 1

ute miles through the air over land as all of the ships and stations desired handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest dr.enlatton C.LUSH District Passenger Agent.108 West Bay Street,Jacksonville'
of any cientlfle journaL Terms,$3 a C.H.ACKKKT.O.M. .
it
pHr' well as sea, and It was only a few seconds for the sum of &0.000 a year on con- tear: four ,II. Scud by S. U. HAKDW1CKP.T.M. BROOKS H.TAYLOE, G.P. A.
=x'" ., passing the Piedmont countryand dition that his system should be used & 'New Yo:rk MOmiAy. G. P.A.'

through all of the south Atlantic exclusively, but the secretary of the Braacb' Office 62S F St.,Washington.De c. T

i states. The New York navy yards navy refused to consider such a propo-
.
caught one message and the De Forest sition.

;_} station on Manhattan Beach caught an Chamberlain'sCough Bridgeport"The !
other. Coughing Spell Canted Death

These remarkable tests are all made "Harry Duckwell, aged 125 yiare, choked ,

, at night Wireless telegraphy does not lo deiiih early yi-etrnlay morning at
hi* home, in the pe+ance of his wife and
: work as well in the davtime'as it does Motor that Motes"Simple
childHe contrai-tol a slight cold a few
after dark and ordinarily long distanced -
days and tint little attention
'' ago Maid to .. -
messages can be read at night it. Yesterday morning he'as seized ----------

'_- only. Experience shows that the range with a fit. of mulling! which continuedfor Reliable, Durable

-. ,at night' 1* three times as long as that some time. His wife sent for physician Guaranteed to
run
; '. during the day because of reasons not but before lie could arrive, another coughing
yet definitely determined. The explanation spell came on and Duckwell died t and give satisfaction
fromsuth cation.-St.. Louis Globe Democrat \ Makes motor-boating
is that the
generally accepted .. '\; a pleasure
Deo.
1st 1901. Bollard's Hore-
of the sun Ionize the atmosphere. Makes
rays working-boats increase
hound
would
Syrnp have saved him. 254,.
That is a new word-.Ionlze"-and has 50c and f 1 00. Sold by Red Cross Phana- profits
been built to describe certain meteorological aud Eau Gallie
x acy, Pharmacy, Eau Gal-
fir conditions under which the lie, Fla. Remedy Study our methods of constructionand

t ; Atoms of atmosphere are more widely you will discover why -

,' separated than usual or are less in Automatic Way to Boll Em. The Children's Favorite

; sympathy, which causes a species of In a lecture at the'Royal institute la .-CURBS.. "THE BRIDGEPORT" a

r induction-that is (to make it plainer), London Henry Cunnlnsfcame showed a Coughs Colds, Croup and I "Motor that Motes"

the atmosphere Is not ,so good a con- new way of boiling eggs says a London Whooping Cough.

,. ductor of electric .currents while the cable dispatch the'Chicago Inter This remedy is firnoun for its curs*ovtr -
Urge part of the civilized worUTlt
son Is shining through it as It is after Ocean. The egg waS suspended from always be depended upon It contains earn no BRIDGEPORT MOTOR CO. **

N;: dark It loses certain qualities required the beam of a pair of scales and dipped given opium&II or cnnAdCllt17 other harmfUl to a baby drag.and CO may b. W

s-s "_!: .for long range.:messages .and absorbs into a saucepan of boiling'water The Price 25 eta; Large Size, 60 aa a4d eta Both T o an* Tim Port CoBitracttOB, Bridgeport, Conn.

the electric fluid. The experts and from an'hourglass trickled.lDto. F. N.
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CO. Agents
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.Z '. ;:., VII! 6:.. } .;; !y I Was understood to_-have .made acon- tinJ. Frisco. Wisconsin .Central and throughout; the state. / = s :"
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;.! : Althpughyblaball was'fuzed at $3,000,
.:: ."" .fif'. J .DJ \ Ubero'Swindlers...,Arraigned.In ; .- AGENTS: ; '
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"" ); ., tils imount was;}mysteriously f urii bed > %
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-.. 'ii" Z 'Ua.,; 'i.1' : .- and 'be,.tf:i once. :disappeared.. forfeiting .: '
,:.;. ?..wsti! "' 5fr. [,; '4 ton"Judge Stevens has held Ferdinand ; |
.'.- s -t p bis bail E. L. BEADY &BBCX. TltusviUe f ,SF r
.,; ."'C' __"".i" '. t"' .n.t' r_ ..r'J! .. ._, E: .Borges and, former CongressmanOwen -
.. ';t't" -" '" } : Merit Sin .For.Consuls.T JOS. PAXTON, Bock1edge "
of Indianapolis on the charge of %
:..0'X'_ : ''' :Ali' eiecutif e"orderhas been 'Issued '
.bo."I"': "' >- J. .
:, \ having misapplied more than $1000.000In J;
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; requiring that 'all .candidates for the .
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'''', J< i"'t' :' connection ,with the'operations of the

'...iJ;:'l{;.....'...."F....f., .. 'Ei<','' B.e.H;:",',,,:..::.' '."'. "'.;';" '.1;,., consular:aenlce: except year must for.posts hereafter'takes paTtagtnnder"$1,0o0'a :. Ubero Plantation company, of which :R E. MEMS, Bonaventure'' ", ;
;l.Th .be>i;ev eethey;: Mr' r.', ".,.#. Borges was the chief promoter. The "
.". ., !''' : ...,.. _: .r_ examinations .conducted by a' S. BERGMANN: Merritt
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..','-""I''I 7J\- : ; ;-y. < .....-..-.-.wau&. .. -. boar of three;persons to be.appointed state charges., misapplication. .of $1. 50- ;I

';'_s.,ii"'!.i. 'F.";-aR;JM;'h1.tthe.dtte.ytxaad c i" id"p teanch the<> : T..'-an, "organ.: by'the secretary "of state.' ':The purpose 000 more involving than,2,000 stock small subscriptions'investors: The'by J ; !".

111 L '- "compel" regular. par-. Is: to make' service a profession :. "
':'. .-.y.o.' '>O:,1; ; Ito"",>aaanlnatEthe1E bert; men.. ,and rather.than 'a' side.Issue.' speculations were based on more ,or 1I I I I W I I I I 1I .
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:-'t', ';, ..:J! t4lttt' ilogld, .-. mikeydtetatioa by .lgnortiDiEjlt '- less mythical mines in Mexico. ;!. \

.;;:; 'scares'iJmpoaJble... ',,Mra &Land Grabbers ,Pleaded Guilty. } :
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-', )"..i:.",,';f';.$"_\,<'$:C3wg, jwited'utLit. ; :":-acme'', one Jofc' I :LEGALCRIMINALSupreme I .1 At Omah% Bartlett Richards, presl -. ; 'tf:

:< ''::>#',.5.,,,J J .-' ..1<,"'...._.....'.-1eiIi=:, tteT avau,;;;.,".""1 t1"';:$,,Inetype.,sfsaggA : '.1---.. .dent of the American Cattle Growers' E. L.. BRADY & ,BRO. 'r "{-

fj# Ht.Ji-\k< FL. to'lead this great t6ltdparty,'IDeu-... Cebrt Decisions.The .' association. and one of the most _

1ri""i:: ." tla' .,* 4;*uWintmsket.. : -. States supreme court decided -' wealthy of the cattlemen pleadedguilty ,. .t

V' jRQng 1t pleysa'Answered.u that the state of Kentucky could to indictment for fencing gov Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products..
lotion of nIneteen ernment range lands and was sentencedto
atJ"'at-ein-. not Impose a: .tax upon.the cars owned pay $300 fine and spend six hours We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapea' Fertilicen. -We deal exclusively
ploJiettfpllek f t-tits White:House:to by the Union. Refrlgwater: Transit : in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write as for prices; oo
,.- '!3 a e 14tm protest,itatoat .' in the custody of a marshal His partner ..
e.pree oh the [' Grain and all Groceries,delivered at your station. E. L.BRADY &: BEX.TlTCBVIllJC .
ground that the ability
company -
W. G. Comstock made similar
W=\!:r ,deIt'f'pwgo.; of_railway rate legiala l a .
2 b 1 kx ..;.,#lao .. Theken: ].are actively. ,employed. : ,I to tax such property, was confined plea- and was given- a similar.-punishment AGONER { '
;:' N _' -1Vto.- Uroads- and are'members solely to.the state Jurisdiction, while it Their fences' which inclosed an & 00.9

j of.the various_unions,\bat are.not:thi was'shown that of the e company's 2,000 area as large as the state of Rhode is-

#"g{!:e eeottYe: heads.ot.tbetroiganiattona: are only. fifty were used in Kentucky land are now being removed. Other Staple! and Fancy Groceries Hay Produce Grain, fill: Kinds
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!. r. l,1 't. TbeaK, >* .. Lak..SJaore.c. .. : Dduct1 .- On the'ame:day' the supreme court cattlemen were, expected to follow suit. ,
; -5-'" 11' 'or:named George Huatley ,told C thefvtJsJatttf Also: affirmed the constitutionality of
.h't-o., ._ ; : : < College Hazers Responsible.. '
# tlett', : the Ohio law permitting a third VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY
r '.J' the conductors. england The verdict of Coroner Scarboroughat

J'f Y, ..A9dt'emtaXtfaiDt :. switch-, party to sue' and recover money lost Mount Vernon 0., on the case of Tltmeville: i i P1or1d.a.

?t., !y'r' j;, :",. \aoIe'. ..- qanlu.tlODI', --number In gambling and holding the owner of Stewart T. Pierson the Kenyon college -
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: 2-iP<,note:taau. 380,000, with ,C)00.009Iabc? property in which the gambling took student who was run over by a .
eqt back of>> the,;Were'of the,opinion place liable for the amount won. The
[f.1' t&, ; train is that he had been tied by the SAN MATEO CIGARSThe L
,, ;,,,:' 4' "" t4tttate'i1eglaladon4 for' \the,railroadsburr case In ,point was that of Mrs. Belle .
wrists and ankles to the rails. It is
<'.; p'l,, the employees; :Theirpositionwai Trent. who'under. the state ,law bad
: known that on the night when Piersonwas
won the to eeeover from William
In right
summed the
'i. ;: up sentence
killed he. was undergoing initia- of the San Mateo \
success Cigar
E. Marvin the of the
"Rate regulation menus rate reduction, owner premisesIn
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]OJ.", ";They wanted"to I dow further by gambling.. EpsIlon fraternity. of .the East Coast since the freeze. .
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'''why some. commission,was not ,to be Hyl Venus Harriman and OcUlI. / Heart Flattering .
'
iuhol'Iiedto; 'flx. prices on beef, pork, The New York 1 legislative Insurance Undigested food and vas in the stomach Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the

oil clothing, egg etc.-tn.fact every- Inquisition,took a sensational turn. Involving located just below the heart, presses Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich, tilky leaf grown on East.'I .
'-. which oneDan against it and hart Coast the of the world has better article.
thtnff to buy every: dar.Pendent high commercial and political causes palpitation. 'I plantations, cigar industry never produced a
'i '""'' ; Roosevelt said. reputations when James H. Hyde the When take heart tronMrs you in that For rale by all the leading hotels ami club and by the Union News Company.
Heroine for a few days. Yon on train entering Florida.
_t moat ofthecomplalnt$ had been way i every .
deposed >first rice president of the will soon be all right. SOc a bottle. Sold by ,
discrimination in .
improper Equitable Life,under oath charged ex- Red Cross Pharmacy, and Eau Gallie I
Manufactured by $ W. ROWLEY San Fla.
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tM.r.ther.tban" against high rates, baaome Governor Odell in league with Edward Pharmacy, Ean (1aJli Fla. Mateo ,..
against lowe "'
cases being unduly
: H. Harriman,. the railroad magnate, "
t rate* He said:be would: like to'see .
:nnthorlaexer lsed against. overcapktaltiation. with having virtually conspired' to force :' Dwmulsion Will Put the Color of the Rose Into the Pale Cheeks of Your Little One '
the Mercantile, :Trust company, a subsidiary -
believing that the wages -

-' "fund would be larger if there were no concernof Go to Your Druggist and Get a Bottle for the Baby Today. ]| >: .
the '
Equitable ,
: Dctldaifd capital'upon which dividends : >.. ,-,
, 'of
: ,tad to.be' paid., He Intimated thatlabor to pay $75- l

1 had 'been, misled In Its tear of 000 In ., settle- ,

1- :', > 'wage reduction: 'as'a-result (the. nte ment of Odell's :. :' ,
'': suit for his loss 1
.. \. regulation.CjavernftV. ,
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Nattypaoker'a es in the shipbuilding -

'. / Afterthought trustspeculation. ,
: :; ". The calling of an ems session of the Mr. 0. .

T -:;: Pennsylvania I legislature .by Governor Hyde swore

J r, Tennypacker: four Jdays'after the 'elec .v that the pay-

; In whlc& the'sovereign people had "\
; v ; tion. ment was made .
WITH HEALTH
.' 'f2. ;; repudiated the policies of the dominant under threat of .

,, f.y" party machine, for the purpose.'of effecting having the New There is Happiness lit the Home.

,:,':..:: 'personal registration treasury York legislaturepass IS BABY SICK? .
- j reform, reapportionment repeal of
;1- a. bill revoking
1 J ripper bflls,'-etcn was generally understood the trust rls the color fading from its pretty face? Is it get. 't

:i!:;' .' "to: mean tbsb passing pf the' old Hyde.company's cl1arJame. 'tingThinWeakFretful? Then indeed is Mother's'heart '.-

;; :.; .Quay machine to the"junk, heap and H. ter. He testified .: .
the entrance of PeD.D1Packer"lnto.the sad, as she yearns for something/to; bring back r .
j. .. further that Mr. Harriman had used .
'r. reform- fold. i. the Equitable'"-money in the $50,000000 ) ,- the bloom of health to its cheeks-strength and vigorto

y .' Petition.Against Hide Duties. Union Pacific pool in order to ob- its little body. Nothing will do this better than

= -. A ..delegation of prominent' shoe and tain control of that road and asserted .
-
I;,;:; leather manufacturers of Massachusetts that Harriman and FrIck, by means of

N: headed, by Governor Douglas the Equitable's self investigating committee 'i.;
=?; filled President Roosevelt urge bad conspired to obtain controlof .
!
;;;S that the duties.on bides should, be re- the Hyde majority in that society.In rfi

= moved. Tbe, governor told the president this connection Mr. Hyde declared .:. ",

j/.. that the margin of "profit on that Frick, Harriman, Depew and others -

f ,.hoes was:only 4or; S'cents per pair sought to get>him appointed aa ambassador "Par-Excellence.* '
The Cod Liver Oil Food-Emulsion
1ir-;:2: '# and that unless the-cost;of materials to'France, so that "they could ,

.t-, could be 'reduced 'shoeS must soon sell aquit,themselves of their friendly duties Palatable as milk and as easy to take. Gives the little ,: ""

: ':: at much, higher:priees .The president of stewardship with great profit body needed, Flesh and Strength; brings back color :,

said would;receive bpi csren to themselves.- $80,000& contributedto
the petition
.ft;
the and makes Mother's heart I 1
and dainty dimples, _
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for consideration, but;Voided a. general the Republican campaign fund,last
'' discussion of c the subject. In'this year'Hyde'said that Mr. Frick person-.. glad again. Write and get by mail a

a .'connection be referred to his informal : ally solic ted $25.000.ExGovernor TRIAL BOTTLE FREE ,
1l
r : talk with_another Massachusetts com- OdeU came before, the I* ....n. o.CO..M..... St.,.*W Yens

.. mlttee beaded>y Henry Whitney and committee in person,and on the' 'stand and see how much good it will do

!f. .' denounced Whitney for his ,pretended gaye the,lie: direct to"Hyde;-.denying Baby. Sold by Druggists. :'

Ii .. '. Quotations of,, the pre&1dent'l.laquart that he bad";>vw"threatened the' :Mercantile r' 't I If

.In the'recent campaign.iMurst Trusts eompiny and'bad never ,

I. 'a .SeerM '1ft Contest. ought Hr./'HarrimU'1.aid in effectingthe e .

Following! the flung of additional setti ment.ofhtojuJt against that

1 election fraud Indictments by the company. Mr. Harriman' ialsq testified k r I

r ; grand,Jury it'New'York 'the counsel contradicting an the accusations made
J against him by Hyde. If
=:; for gent. the contested mayoralty
,electioflrsioNi; 'aTtetoti when Justice 'Prior to this line of testimony PresI- f

Amend ordered' 'the':pointy ,clerk to dent MeCall of the, New York Life
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promised to make1 good the $235.000
sheets before the
produce' toe I tally the : paid to Andrew Hamilton the coin* EDITOR'S NOTE.-Having knowledge of the unequalled merits of Ozomulsion, we have nd
board of eounty;canvaasen. deputy -
cferk1' baring' 'refdied' to produce pane's legislative supervisor at Albany. hesitancy in recommending our readers to send for a Sample Bottle. LEST YOU FORGET, WRITE

: .'Inter Hearst's lawyers It was shown that the Metropolitan had TODAY, and Convincing of its Wonderful recuperative and curative properties, together

x" ., .116. inake'demand for the opening contributed'to both.the Democratic and with an artistic little book l entitled "BABYVILLE," beautifully illustrated in seven colors, and a'

"' t; ." tugs;IwIWt:boxea and a recount of Republican parties In the national campaign TRIAL BOTTLE of Ozomulsion Health-Food-Tonic will be sent'you at'once absolutely free by mail.

i the. ballots contained therein: on the I of' 1896 and that, .it. also bad Address your letter or postal card to Ozomulsion Co., 98 Pine Street. New York. ;
between the Hamilton on its payroll ,
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''' tj of consumption;
$j1 'FioridaedUarif''who : mica .
1 y r._ l''ii 4Zf there 1.. ;eeUpditerlai '
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."--" ';"::" _.-b---''IJI''W ;Q '' !'; ';' ..' .. .. ..,;;" .. '.,,." ,, J.s.-ernpr should for the" 'welfare'.-of- the pia'efad I- IIS cured,;slid'; another txSd, la .-.7;
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.1-: :'..';. .><,.,.?.'_' ..:;',-,Ia'tlsteeot, jtltt1eined,,, i byir.Tbotr Y; bur thebinterests'' :; of. the;state; Si eanght -
',. ,. ".'. ; S*}; "" "\!f .t'i ;,", ,,,,,-,,,-,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,y,, ""' '''-''tv':'-W'r 1b.'ff'.L, ; 1 Thiacoid Jby my-d&1lIed. eit1iernotreatmentwhateTeroreama <'i
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4,1'r, ; itnosn'theirnaimee, the t.$
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1;.;c.-.".x'yt'."!":'t"';;,fi #t' b" wruYtabim-rsi" -J. : evidence upon> which- ,to,condemn, them. __ that 11. ineffectual, a.ntthe. cold' ,
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ti.- '. : V'5?> Jf-s- .- '-, A vyf -, ", continues. I ", i
'.,:. '"f}t ! Y.- ,'.1 '.. ""i r.s'f' '!,'" '-'Ur" tvi'? Ji:+,7jr Then another cold i caught oft'a f.:
the Ne. Yort Lite and MatnstitLife oom 'Wrk' '
; 'Tto HMtObto J
) .&{> eoriga develops. Cough Bynrpa 9'a.rep

1.7'"p. :< 'tei.,"= -'Nowonderthen'-; ,. ;; :(Miami i Metropolis.) y. sorted to,.but they gtvaofIyttealporaI7 -t
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S.--r&. r i1't'. 1. ..'!\. :: 1- :ieeigned;, -They, ,;sour'the,,bud'I .- -,, :: 'The,'ateamei;Biscayne-wEcb., : came. ,s relief.' ,
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.i' SyL tired .
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IE".;'.;'. ; ]!"';-''f .;t.:..;....ihi H>g OD." the.-.;.- wait:1 .' 011'. .''from." theeztension.'. camps' 'Thurs. taking By and medicine by the and patient cough get ayrnpa and; r .
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,_"-,. "'''a .!...4'-w..:"-,- -- :!i : .. y -afternoon.braitght. ;fifty seven;,.of.. gives up In despair. 5 .' I'

#f t;< .I" ,That the.raiiwayB are'greaUy, .. ., ,exercisedpJ the;rdcentlylmported, : :Italians and The cold continues to develop and &.
:'{''' \\y Jl" other;forelCT laborers who tad'either, cough worse. '
''r j .overwhattiwyansiderr, ., .the Impendingdanger grow
f-! ): .t ""rfitift i quit:oil been .discharged by. the.com- Then the doctor is called tn, only JO =. ;
: .of rate akDJ'biU) being passed .
: a :- discover that the patient ia in the. first

.lt! & & :yV congte*,**fyvitij.shown:Jby tb6:fact. Corry flaying. no place to go and little stages of consumption.It F
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'. :; i' ;sthat: they:are sending. broadcast over the_ O'oney they slept about' the terminal: was. Just in this way that Miss
.. r. --.- -.- j- t, .,. ,, -, Powell, Aurora, Ind., became sick. i-
fi? ooantry3 virloas'pamphlets'' :-which'givet4 dock other until early next :
and : places w She caught a cold, and not considering :
''' : views question through whatmay Jig when:they:were. gathered in
; .of the morn : it serious, neglected it, thinking asmanyothersdothatitwoulduwearoff
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**..:K : be properJy'termed-'raUwa.f ". r. by ;Marshal Hard e and :taken to theJiiC ,
'JiiiJ/fJi eyes., .-
;J* :* .. .*n55f !T-i. .' ; where orders' were' afterwards However, it clung to her tenaciously, .S

PS:. v i..1f.<*" ' t given them that they must eithen get and in two weeks she found. her health
( The Whoargued in life case :
( t': attorneys : : in a serious conditio J.
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.: :\. work once,or'leave the ;city.i. This
e- before the court 'in' TaHahassee :a. Peruna had been broughtto
/'i ; : t ,,supreme : they promised to' do,- the majority of Fortunately,
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notice and she took' course of
her ,
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-) : ;last week:in quo warranto,proceedings to them, stating "that" they would. leave ,at this remedy befork it was too late. > f

s'm M.ir :teat the constitutionality the BO lD&ni" -once.", Tery; few of them had'.any: In a week the cough and cold were

{ ,bUt say that it'will; be:.several weeks be. money.'and unless'> the. railroad gives broken, and'a three weeks treatment

: r.:.foreadeci8ionYi8,',reacbed." ,The:mctipn: them' transportation out of'town It;,is completely restored her to health. -

;: : ... .... probable the.'majority of them will become This is what Peruna is doing all the -

? f '' 7;; ;.to qauh,the. .alternative writ, and a, .demurrer charges, upon the city .and L'LLIAI'Jh while. Hot day and probably not mboUl'

}, : to the petition were argued Co passes in which some one does not
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: { t county.: It' .is said. that the railroad V .POWELL ;
{ !fJ/7\: all I.of the supreme'_court justices except company. is finding, .many. of'these menitc4mpetent : 1Y : have a similar experience with Pernna
the Slight Colds and Avoid
'!::,t, ;:4 ;- .,Justice. :Cockrell...., ;;;who:.was--, disqualified" on labor,, either by.laziness Cure Consumption. :

1"ffli account'of hia. father' being'an, attorney or a lack of knowledge, and that this ( ; The first. step toward consumption is 1

) ; in the case!!1!The.decision; when rendered bunch is but the'ArSt'of. others thatwilVbe' cold. The next step is a failure to cure

: discharged from the extension AL PE RU NA it promptly. The third step is the development ,
- !operations. of catarrh, which gradually

k-: has already been too muck wrangling. forthewei&re City'*Marshal .Hardee 1 s determined CURESCoUCffS. becomes chronic. The fourth step, thcatarrh' -

orthestate.. that they shall Dot.become' a, menace COLDS begins to spread from the head

,, ... --......, to the throat, then to the bronchial
: and nuisance to the city and unless
.. AND the It is
tubes,and finally into lungs.
k The announcement, has been' ma.ie oh they' get work or 'leave after being then consumption in the first stage. "

.Se S what is'.considered" to t be good. authority warned>they will be imprisoned. At any time during the progress of ca

.that Speaker. Cannon is :going to 'shave The employes of the I* & N. are I ( tarrh,from the first onset of the cold to .

." ,' ., loud:in their praises of the liberal its final settlement in the lungs, Perua
,, off.twenty-four_Democrats from the houseS treatment of the company during the How Pretty Missc)44 can be relied upon to stop the disease
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standing committees give their placesto If you have taken a cold, buy Peruna '
were'those who
.. quarantine.1.1 -Not only Was Ee- One bottle in the be-
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Even this i however Powell without delay.
L Republicans. ; ,
t ,, had.to stay outside of that city boarded ginning will do more good than a halt

will not make committee: places for the free by 'the 'company and every stored to Health dozen bottles after the catarrh has .

extra Republicans that will be 'members possible arrangement made /for their fastened itself on the lungs.

: ... of the next congress. 'There will be six.t.six comfort, but those' whose pay depends by Peruna.Miss Thousands of Testimonials.
pay We have on file thousands'of tnt
upon'the'mileage run, received for
more :Republicans in the next .
from have beta
who
menials
people
eighteen miles between the relay Powell, Aurora,Ind.,writes:
'
Lillian
bouse.than there were in the last The cured of catarrh o{ the lungs by Peruna.
i
and Pensacola.No from feet wet and being
camp "Last spring!caught severe cold getting my ;
will have eixty-four cent We can give our'readers only a alight
Republicans per out III the rain, andIn*,day bada most miserable cold, but neglected It. ,
.' leave But It bung to me for two weeks, when glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited
of the membership of the next house, Secret About It thinking It would soon me.
1 felt something must be done, as my condition was serious. endorsements we are receiving every
which the_speaker figures should entitle It is no secret, that for cuts, burns, "I had heard so much about Peruna and In Its praise that bought a bottle month. No other physician in the world

r them to :'seventy-three per cent of the ulcers fever Sores, sore eyes, toils, etc f and began taking regularly. I was gratified to find that In a week the has received such a volume of enthusiastic
nothing id so effective as Bncklen's Amica cold and cough was broken up, and three weeks' treatment completely re- letters of thanks as Dr. Hartsna
;1 : ,;" committee; places: It may seem rather 1 Salve. "It didn't take lo gto cure a \ stored my usual good health."-Llillaa Powell. for Peruna.
f I odd arithmetic but that which the speak. bad sore I had and i it is all 0. K. for sore V.MAM ?
: eyes," writes D. L Gregory, of Hope., -
er faye must be carried out. Tex.25c at Red Cross Pharmacy.. A radical change in the model of the I -. The
Alpine Cottage
J balloon itself will be seen, the Luge '

The' Washington Poet eaye that the GREAT TRIP FOR AERONAUT. silk bag to take the form of a fish. Under the management of Mrs. Kate '

". rate question is the all absorbing subject Knabenshue says that he will sail to Myers, assisted by F, A. Lesley
Knabenshne Building Airship to Fly Philadelphia on a bee line and that !If" TITUSVILLE FLA.
4' of the day. .All classes are anxiously Aero the Alleghenie expects;: to top the highest mountain m 1 ,

watching the beginning of the battle. Its Confident, of success, Boy .Knaben the eastern half of the country.4jft'. Daily or Weekly Board.
shue,the Toledo youth who first steered 'k House Newly Furnished.
individual of the
results will affect every J
a dirigible'balloon over New York Everything First Class. .
w # ; republic and in a great measure will city, is building an airship at Pittsburg \ t
I Location; Hopkins street, near Julia.J.LSMOBLEY.
+f- shape the, future of the republic itself. for a flight from that city across the '
mountains' to Philadelphia says a
.It is more than a business question; it is
Pittsburg
special dispatch to the New
'' greater than'a political question for it York Press. Knabenshue expects to 1 ,
) {
may involve a far-reaching change in oar make his experiment early In next May J 1r TITUSVILLE, FLA.,
and hopes to beat the best time of the Contracts for all kinds of Painting Kal-

form of government, aa it surely does involve fastest expresses between the two cit We know what all good doctors YOU WILL ENJOY romining Staining Finishing and Paper

} Ys a change in political parties and in i think of Ayer's Cherry Hanging, at the most reasonable price
ies.The of our popular brands of cigars. We consistent with good workmanship. ;
airshipalready taking shape, any
commercial ,and 'financial affairs. The Pectoral., ,Ask your own doctor -
receive them fresh from the
will be the manufacturers -
,shippers and the great mass of.the people will have a largest compartment ever constructed.for mall bags It and find out. ,He will!! tcl:! and.that's why Work anywhere on the East Coast

are undoubtedly in favor of a board to be and sea t5-tOt: six or eight passengers. THEY RETAIN.THEIR FINE FLAVOR Specially solicited. Let me know what I

< appointed by the president to hear and It will be more than a hundred feet hi Cherry and are uniform in quality. Our cheap you Prompt want attention and get given nay to estimate all work.on it.

length and will carry a motor of 200 cigars smoke better than most expensiveones
L to determine questions of rate when in horsepower.. The motor will,drive dou- Pectoralyou both!ht elsewhere. Well made cigars -

.dispute, with power, to establish .and enforce b propellers, and the Inventor expects makes from an selected exquisite tobacco smoke. well We cured,have EAST COAST MEAT MARKET

the rates found just and oitable: that hIs.craft will be under perfect
control in all kinds of summer weather. hdw it quiets the tickling that kiix o. P. DUIEI,A'IAI,
ft Knabenshue throat: heals the inflamed RED CROSS PHARMACY,
that should
says the
SHOULD BE CONDEMNED!
; Pittsburg Philadelphia trip be made lungs, and controls the TITUSVILLE. Florida and
In the initial number of The Son oft t
without mishap he will use Pitts burg hardest. of coughs.,

.. Jackeonvile7! 'Governor Broward contributes as'a base for flights to Atlantic City, "Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Ig well known In
our family. \Ve think it i*the belt medicine WesternHeats
an article under the title of "The. Cleveland and Coney Island. His main In toe world for conchs and cold. -
'. object Is to prove this theory that air KATIE I'ETEUSOX Feulmna Cal.
Pardoning of Criminals," in which, after :!:Ie..3Oc..gl.00. J.C.A TER co.,
ships are of practical utility and that a AI dr"ll! t. ( ,
reviewing some recent transactions of the few years will see them In use at leastas eSMMMHiMH

Y4- state pardoning board, be pays ,his respects mail carriers. He has sent InvIta- Hard fcough s I \Ni _
tions to all of the Pittsburg newspa- of all Kinds.

> .,; ,Y to 'the newspapers' of Florida as pers to nominate a representative to _. ;
"
},'. ." follows: accompany him on his first great flight One hasten of Ayer's recovery.Pills Gently at bedtime laxative wi'' TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. i

t. "To be the editor of a newsaper is to k
S Grip Quickly Knocked Oat NOTICE TO NON.RESIDENT. sIN
.; occupy a position 'that is supposed, or NCE

rU. 'ought to be, a high and lofty one; and they "Some weeks ago during',the severe BOBBINS 'It the THE Seventh CIRCUIT Judicial COURT Circuit IN of AND Florid FOR, in ,
winter weather both wife .od
''t : '., editor ought to give expression to a high contracted severe colds my which- speedily myself for Brevard County-In Chancery. land l-

: public sentiment upon a higher,plane,. if developed into the worst kind of la grippe & GRAHAM (nor E. D. Mitchell ) "

;.;. the plane is not already high. We are with all its miserable symptona" says Essie Mitchell.v.. Bill for Diyorce.

'" ; .. afflicted with sprinkling of editors who Mr. J., 8. Egleston of Maple Landing a CO., PLENTY or KOIET r
much inch tow.. "Knee and Joints aching, runs- (Incorporated Paid up Capital $ .ooo.oo.) i is lost To Essie Mitchell. Residence unkna'
):.: sell editorial for so an sentiment dee sore, head stopped up, eyes and nose by failure to insure. The thing to You
k ae;;: : thrown in. Some of our'people are running with alternate spells of chills and This company owns landsin ask yourself is: "Can" I afford to lose my Bill of are Complaint hereby ated required to appear the

,!-:." ., not aware of this, and take for grant dI fever. We began using Chamberlain's the Indian River Country : house or business? If the answer is yes, the above entitled cause herein on or against before the you lit In T.

> that the.writings or such scribblers are Cough Remedy, aiding the same with a ,on the St. Lncie River, DOn 1IB1JBE. day or January, 1906'
k : dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver at New River, and on Biscayne If the answer is no, then come and have Tn FLORIDA STAB U hereby designated
founded on fact, that they are the writings Tablets, and by ita liberal use won com- Bay. us make you a policy at once. It is.the the newspaper In which this order shall be

' .. t !t .. of some wise man-wiser than them pletely knocked out the grip. These only safe way to avoid the risk which weeksd once*, week' for eight consecutive f

t' 'j;f2 1eIm.'.Did the people know that these Tablets promote healthy action of the PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. may ruin you. We represent the beet I Wittieee 11I1 band and seal of said this i

. '" f : newspaper writers did not investigate the bowels, liver and kidneys which is always Send and quickest settling companies in the I the lad day of November, A. D.l905.court '..'
beneficial when the system is for land lirt.
: :! .' .matter of which they write at all, they Rated by a cold or attack of the grip.con Omen: AT country.MORGAN & WALTON i (saiL) Clerk A. A.Circuit STiwAT Court,

... would not be w credulous. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. TITUSVILLE LID MIAMI. TITCSVILLB, FLORIDA. By A. Stewart D. C.
F.J. Webb, Solicitor for
>> Complainant.
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(J .lilllll... _>D.t, Absonufoity__ ladies': : nien: says'the-TimefrUnion.' I '.'/ } '
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:'- frtkd} vedterduy.. to. -'a Mr.; .' that:would be used;and! wherever tr-. ;

'.r..'.-, g;,.T.tickeonsille,,-I.".; ,'.-'s:;-'t"-".;' l" ; ON. '" b e, estimates of the amount of the SHE RFECT PIANO{ PLAYER t : : 'L r
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., |te MiamijBeeprcJ, WTS)that; t.1J.I'-.- Telephone; and 'other similar work that r" 1 = ra ...y

} thousand poond?of bluefish.I were ,Receiver* DI. be necessary and a rough estimate 3't ;;"-
i 'ii-y =Tnyhy'the; etephonegiJ'ls', ,lin> the of the &. .*.- .
thecity
carrying
ili !. -- '' cost project through I !!O-; i ? -
it:: :f3hilolethY;.owed:,by.t Chad g,th Lr rtPl 1m! completion.This lr 1*;'"1 sS- t

JTMsL, pro < lt, catch constant we r1ng' was done at once, the reports of '
}! he.largeet '
:i ;ugly corns on For sale by the 'fi. _
"h"t d yanety, ,,-. of dab ever brought, 'to.,.. it portion of the* engineering officers tabulated, *

.<;'.." tf"' 1.h ifet retanie.from a,.m' special. dispatch. the entire report forwarded to the ,

.JJ!.gji :he: "';fewtatin; Jt.'is' ; .Philadelphia' Press.. department: INDIAN. RIVER .,tf.. .'
"" 'airknremaine.iathe wec sense of hearing': 'There is evidence of renewed activity f ". '."'.-" Y

; l; i hibitioniste':being'" defeated b .i1., In. the' 'left Washington looking to the" carrying MUSIC HOUSE -- .'.
"eeelinediefl ,. of this plan and hopes' have arisen .' .
to three hundred .. <- a.
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}. :ms l otlty: 'Of nineteen, precincts do do'not the dI8ft mind sufficient pressure will be brought'to Titusville Florida. i ;', 1-J; s

,; 1..'...co@rityreporte8eo,. t far. only three': their occupation, on congress at its'ee8SIOD to secure, t ":.
;:; } :1"'P"' / *? of bill .
d! > order, to passage a ippropriating money. --tr
-r ) Mrs..Henry M. FI : prevent
": iU'' BC Augustine < ;company Is endi the survey of the route. v ,Tt
fiiRive on
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: ; that will not It is practically certain that"when, the '
'} -i DecBrd.; v,They.will occupy si ies'vi.. _
vessels
: : come south for L .
!': M of+;" Mmijin;c ,the.: ;Ponce de Danced'For, 8ea"' maneuvers held"oeach, winter in the I : -.**!
atl3 { UhHatmat, ,when, f
they .
: for their -- :'
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the inland
sea, proposed route '
.,ts'f liBeacbu They'will spend performance through *.i {
t only between the Florida points but
l ahl;; season. at. Whitehall, their -guests of 'a L .
ifi
: along the entire south Atlantic coast
hOme. ,the New
says
ir"Th ati: the,consummation of ; mblhig'ln', the be carefully investigated in every de #Sirr y

% deal the Atlantic Coast there;were tail.The
'(000 Dd. -
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but there
number
secured all the properties of the g'iR
t !. > ri ; theSE'.chalrs for; besides the advantage in case 'of war
? Wrebouse i company in '
-W pianist'Struck up,a' a strong foreign power, the benefit
''b &lh. the ;turpentine export and 'women. ; the shipping interests is almost incal
}'""irenow',in c the, hands of, the ,- the women going ] *%i
The
e. 'danger to email< vessels
4eompany'and; henceforth,, an ,another:, When'the be reduced to a minimum and the s-
A.* t.WtUtpbeffiaintained? .. woman sat down be'worth millions of dollars a .
year
$JacksojUTilie'is: i doubt well "nearest her and th
j' no dsIUieta.'x the southern trade.
.
ed Jn the dog.heaven.'these days; I 'the the spaces for Investigations of the proposed route
chairs
'JJ F. : too the ,canines is, to,,the. I forward, and. ,the Virginia, North Carolina, South jylSg:
>i, there is1no'letup in the and have
S ; t'i a glow' of spirits Georgia coasts already Take-Down Re eating ShotgunsThe UH
: & ; ty-eeven dead doge 'were not In evidence and a force of United States engi
f city, cremator Tuesday ,and under 1y. has already started on a trip, the notion that one must pay from fifty.doUars upwards in order, to geta
of buUets and !! good shotgun has been pretty effectively dispelled since the advent of
-lr tired: ,dodging. of which is,to complete all the
]. soned. meat proceeded to the preparations for'the survey the Winchester Repeating Shotgun. These guns are sold within reach m
;1 F -'' of almost They are safe, reliable and handy.
everybody's strong
purse.
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t lot and there quietly passed this part of the ,Atlantic seaboard.
When it comes.to shooting qualities no gun made beats them. Theyare
4 checks. __ ; Nothing will be left undone to impress
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in and 16 into store and examine
>*'? .io- made 12 gauge. Step a gun one.
inspectors with the ad of the \ "
,m, t Programme 'or'the Culture van ges FREE: Send name and addrttt on postal card for oar large Uluttratid eataloiut. .

.f':''.li.- l The Progressive Colture club route but to not every only inland;to the city coastwise having ...h.---WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.,_NEW HAVEN, CONN. v, ;

the following
.franged programme connection With the coast.
next, iwo'months': o
The completion of an inland route from
t 4th-Business
_: December : to Key West'would add the I
December llth-History day. f
: link needed to give a complete course s
_ Mrs.! Adhemar' 'Brady; discussion the Chesapeake to the most south- It' -*
11'sian literature, Mrs. E E., ; point of the'Atlantic coast and every 'tti'l

m ing from .Russian novelist, is to be made tolnsure,the carrying 3
Pritchard. of the plans which mean,so much to

December 18th-Sulje.t, shipping interests especially. .

fiom favorite
call; quotation ; A Certain Cure for Croup 7rae J
F a tory of Mnsi; sties Daisy Brady;
When
a child shows symptoms of
Composers, Mrs. C. J. Denham; there is no time to experiment .
"' ,Alexander's: Feast, Mrs. E. B. W new remedies, no matter how high

a January 1st-Bn'ine: 8th-History day. preparation that can always be de
: Ir upon. It has been in use for
Louis Brady;discussion Russian! many years and has never been known

war, Mrs. B.,R Wilson, Mrs P. fail, viz: Chamberlain's Cough Reme ,1. ,
p son; reading, Mrs. Geo. Hanford; Mr. M. F. Compton of Market, Ir .t Miss Susie Giadwin.iR says of it, "I have used Chamber
Japan, '
i Cough Remedy in severe cases of
January 15th-Current events, with my children,' and can truth

bers. fully say it always gives prompt relief." 1 it $ 1.
January 22nd-Federation day I [ above sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. I I / 3 >
and fish
reading J
: stone.direction of. president; DHE of The Yellow Doff'a Limit. I-I :>

rye always been a yellow dog Ji ---
January 29th-Social day. is the As any one could see. l / :: s f
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and And never growled at anything t' t,.
Electricity. _
; apamfca by almost all the They chose to put on me. ... ;: -'
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An electrical paddling o ss G ;
Dennis Is of the globe.If A yellow flog, they always said Z IfARjAND
Tented by Professor Was bon to bear the blame.
operation In the.public school the cod fish And. though I doubted it sometimes, -
suburb of Peoria. Ill be I stood it Just the same. ;
1 penna a would a ORG4j' l j g
dispatch from that place "", because the oil At least, I did un. these days, )
to'place the When
of operation Is its liver magnates on the hog
pupil over a chair near the m Pulled off insurance funds and charged
machine, press a button, and in nourishing Them to the yellow dog.

= of electricity starts a series of Thirty But that's the limit and I growl
For treatment that: ia fair.
in operation which> ply upon proprietors of '
A yellow dog aln't much, but he
,only,of the spanY found a way Must draw the line somewhere. :f

:; will Tillage take have their protested children and from liver oil so that -We J. Lampton In New York World.Dytag For sale by the .

s it and the of FamineIs
the use of the machine Is not get

) Hog 'faIk oil without the in its torments, like dying of con INDIAN RIVER .
Scott's sumption. The progress of consumption,
It was a huge task to the beginning to the very end, is a t. M
'care of each a bid cue of kidney thing in the torture, both to victim and friends. 1 i

18 that of Co F. dliert did of iL He ward children, "When I had consumption in its first L MUSIC HOUSE
,;. but Electric Bitters far and all ," writes Wm. Myers, of Cearfoss, _
Y. MI! kldDe'lwere so gone ., "after trying different medicines and
r DOt lit on a chair dreadful without a ; and lost good doctor;in vain, I at last took Dr.King's TITUSVILLE FLA. ?
and 'lDffered from New Discovery which quickly y yt.l
In
headache, and dedree5ion. Bald Ibr Ait perfectly cured me" Prompt relief

.a Widen,. boWeftf.1 foaod perfect care & BOWNE sure care for coughs, colds, sore
restored to
them \wu throat bronchitis, etc. Positively pre--
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I recommend this gre 1001 11 1 VBABIi pneumonia. Guaranteed at Red

aU with weak kidll8Jl, IlYeror & III.sadL* All Pharmacy, price 50c and fl.XWa _
.Guaranteed Bed au. bottle. Trial bottle free.

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tt ", ,the mntinous 'sailors. and., soldiers: at tee at,New,York until the amount Is in The; cleared (10 and built the .

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:;k\ i-'. : thousand telephones operation -Direct Connections for- '
of the Btrike throughout .
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Dickinson county. .. ;f:
Fevtr at Havana. If
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waaljoetcnslbly Issued to .head' off -amoyepent The hospital' at Havana had several Remarkable Care : .

of..the,Nationalists toward more suspected cases of yellow fever, Washington New York and Boston, :

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.!,: resumption, .,- Kan., "going about on crutch and \ .
f 1 .th utmost ,tenor prevailed quarantined against the Infected Cuban suffering: a deal of pain. I was induced to ;
tickets sale at '
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the\lnhabltants capital which
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used three 50c bottles. It is the greatest ; .
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r.' < "revolution" was heard with ominous liniment I'ever used; have recommended
including nine governors twelve H to a number of persons; all express
frequency.; Many stores were boarded. senators and thirty-five congressmen themselves as being benefited by it. .

';'. .f, ,up ,and ,thousands,.of wealthy refugees put themselves on record at the Chattanooga I now walk without crotches, able to per* .

:: .prepared:,to get; away,:from tiiescese convention hi favor of'federal form a great deal of light labor on the H. C. ATEBY, Com'I Agent,.Jacksoniille. ,

,: of expected .conflict .The railroads farm." 25c 50c and $1.00. Sold by Red
: .'!' ,'.were' tied up .and In a short time ,control. of Interstate quarantine.Daly Cross Pharmacy, and EauGallie Pharmacy J. C. WBlmY, adV. P. II If..., V.P. TURNER, G. P. A., .
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[t, < '.St Petersburg from the: sea.,, The-czar Arnold Daly, who took the leading GEHERAL OFFICES, I

:'" and .his, family> moved from Peterhofto role In. "Mrs. Warren's Profession," For Over Sixty. Tears. ?
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;, -" Tsarskoe-Selo fifteen mfles south of"the the play suppressed at New York was Mrs. Winslows' Soothing Syrup baa

ib; capItaL Count Wide, issued a leld for further examination, so that been used for over sixty years by millions

; ;f. : '"f' personal ,appeal to,the workingmeB to the magistrate mighjt have time to read of mothers for their children while teething Florida East Coast Railway. ;

> ; consider: their ,families and return' to die prompt book of the play.Aaef&nt with perfect eoccesa. It soothes the

Child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
!.:," their work, assuring them,that the newly
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:1f... -_..- f". created 'ministry of. commerce, andlabor Fire destroyed the famous Methodist cures for diarrhoea. ,It will relieve the poor Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected Sept 7, 1995. '.
their relations with
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: camp at Acton Park, IncL not' one of lit sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists -
!$' : their. employers. The number of workIngmen in of the world. Twenty- .
: toe 130 cottages being saved. every part SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH-BOUND-REAO UP.g .
!I-\;, on strike' at the capital was The department store of J. G. Myers five cents a bottle. Be sOle and ask for ,

}t. : \ 60,000. An commerce. and Industry "Mrs. Window's Soothing. Syrup," and .
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company; at Albany, N. T., was destroyed No. 88 No. 18 STATIONS ,
,k at standstill. Schools and daces take no other kind.Sunskme. '
1' were Daily Dall, DaU,
by fire. Loss, 1350,000. JSO.
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fl' of amusement were dosed and means 'f
A fire which destroyed a tenement lOOp Ly __.J'ackBonT1ll ..........._ j I' 110 6
.>!i -of communication difficult and Irregular. ibuse the New York east side 10'1 P V '8 a .. _....50, Jactsol1rtlll4__ .' U & '
on caus- ..
;:' A 'panic, seized the bourse and in your G 15 P 10 r.5 a Ie ___Se. AUgustlll ___ 560 P '0.
<, 11i ng the death of five persons, was believed IllS P 113' & _.___..,.,HasUnlt8.._._ 'is P ,t & t
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t.:';. Russian securities dropped to a sacrificial to have been set by the Black _!..!!J! )1 -J'AIIt F.lalt" "HH""'_ 'II I' a' l
figure. Hand Home 98 T a5 P 12 IS pAr _P&laUt.. __ Ly 10 P &A>> & BuffetParlor ;
organization. 11 2aL" n.Palatka.. ___ u lOOp 1\1 &
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i ., J Eight men were killed by. a gas explosion II P 200 ,! -_._ _san }1ako- LY, 2 10 I' -..... !
that all Siberia was aflame and _....._ __. ,
in the shaft of the Brasnell 8 OJ a LY .1An 11&180 Ar, tll 60 &

'i5, '.l' that mutinous. soldiers and rioters had Coal at Bentlesvllle Pa. Fifty-two times a year is assured and 50 P 12U plLY.. ---.- Nenla --...- 16., p UII &
1:7 -:" set fire to Vladivostok,destroying muchfi" company 8 03 P 121'l P ___BUlini'll. ...___ Slip II a ,.
: ">. News from .the icebound whaling to you if you 8 10 II 1:1 M I' .. ...___Dupont.. .. I at pi" a
,. propert and killing 1,000 persons. A Beet off Point Barrow, In the Arctic 99 8 U P 1 26 P .... _:... __Ormond__._ .". S 10 P 61 & i
: ":l' state of war was declared and the mutiny 853 P 139 P _._..__ Da1&'na'n 100 p 'U a .
ocean, is to the effect that only seven t 0& P 161 P .. __.Pors OrtUlgo_.._ 210 P 38& ..
"' : 1 was temporarily quelled by the out of twenty vessels were saved. READ Me SUN 9 2P_, 15 PjAr ......New Smrrna.....__ ulI.O II 11 a '.

; harshest .measures.A lU l as" PIAr .__LakeBeleD_.__ Lv 12 Up 010 P '
f.. 'muitte8to of the czar definitely 1,200 men, women and children being 10 39 a 3 56 .._._ ..Orange Ctt,__. .. 1"J as pi" P
.'w' rescued hi small! boats. Trains 10 is a 00 Pf" __:Orange Ctt, lUDcUOD._ H 2 ao p I U : .'
: 1'.. conveyed to the' peasants part of the .That illustrated weekly paper,1' onTrains t 35 P 2 25 _._--New Swyrna....__ Lv 2 20 I' a Carson '
Imperial domain in the hope of prevent Deaths. 1000 P 51 P .. _"H.Oak n11l_. .. 1116 I' II i '.
.I" \t lug a general disaffection among *henorant Bishop Steven Merrill of the Methodist printed in Jacksonville and 10 39 V :5 30 ... ___ Tltunllle ..._._.......H. .. 1 11 P GO a' :j

and class.SCIENTIFIC. church died at 700 a1039p::::= Ar ___.._. Sdnford _n. ... .... Lv 10 oo a 10 00. ]
: ; ,, numerous Episcopal Keyport published everywhere. ___ ._. lejxTaLv --._-- Sanf-rd -..-- AP4C4p __' 900a54a ;

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Robert Whltehead Inventor of the Carson 1118p1122P 4 09! p ___._. Cocoa..__....__ .. ]I Ii p 21 a onTrains .
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t orpedo ,bears his name .died at A. K. Taylor 1113 p 'is P 01 _._._.1A11 Gallie...... < .. llBJU3 144 aItia
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Eye Photo Proves Murder. 139 a 629P845p .. __..._..Bt. LucI6_.___. .. 10 11 8 .
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, ':' murderer named. Casale'at Perouse by 7b Moll".huI! 'Slt l r4K1I_8HIJiJd 3 39.1 7 28 p ff. ----. Stuart....-.. ........ .. 9 li & HOip 29and
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t' of the Y ctl n. ,This be photographed RUDDER 4 04 a, 8 511' West Palm Bench. _. 7 48 an\
; ., Claude KEngleIn 4 32 a! 9 Up .. __..... '..._. B<)ynton______ .. 7 20 _I 9 lit p
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HOW,- TO 537 a! 1021 p .. _..........Fort Latulerdale.__ .. 8 HClu 8 Up
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foothills either side fortwentyfive HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH lOlOa 600pOS 820a JacksonTllIs Ar ;;5: ;
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:\1:': : 'settlers are preparing for the inevitable. PMCPAID BY CXMICM ANYWHCMC Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets from the eYl'rallltaU..nll. fcut thnr nrrtral or""partur at the exMcted Umt'I 8t t '.a:aad 4epatt

.f'" A rfw.Sort fjf Flying'Machine., ; 4. 9bia Bound hi behes dothCoU Urge dearly-drawn 1etterin -Sfe pba otf*..-; A Buy Medians for Buy FeopU.' nor Is this CoD' .oan,to be h\d felponslbl..fr"ny d.11I1sQr aD1 eonsequeDe :trose::

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l'r, : ::-. is an experimental Blood Bad Breath. Slaezuh Bowels. Headache .
\-'I_};; ,,*:1"< ,'. \ aeroplboe; actually able to lift Itself Send toitat for CkUkgme of Btuti far and Backache. It'.Rocky Mountain Tea to tab, ."SEE THE TICKET AGENT.?'
; : .? Y cUtm'iLU nry. tot form 85 cents a box.: Genuine rnada by
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v.' 'wterd1 ;'eon'J ; (theygovernnient'commgHo. ; ,.done seemf :"Plant .Food' and "Truck '
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5"0 fir .lreraaon thVaid : .
off, : tioei.Degas HjUi coterie\ieestera bunkssent'theitkegeive :
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4, < ;1Nit3" ....C ;Carnegie hal .r New'' ,eurpluto: 'heh.''out -a' ,, be,useful to.the books which tell_of.the successful growing of potatoes and the .\ .t'n'-r: f r

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":.' OOO."COxt can CitY;.Peiattng Cage ofi fields mtndianTerrttory"have" of Harvard expressed "

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A".d." -a"-lett h er" from' Presl:" company;for the of'en- t fession. Bylaws, .
purpose, EAST %.
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,!-. :::'tfRooa&tel regrettingthat"" ., .p'.u'bllc', terlng the-' field.against;the/Standard .were, adopted, COAST OF FLORIDA? *
': '1 (eepreTented 1 his being present.and'ttdn O 'and.. President _
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,Sd ,' The new .company; Is S.Prlchett ... .< \ =
flfliflr'J ralieCtnsfanizing of gacbogettg Institute General Farming? If BO, subscribe for the.... :
$ ::;4 'J?, .. ,Japan.. capitalized AOpiOOOvand[ will lay',a '
''!r'" 1f.'Y"'i;f'" winch, jn 'the refinery Ixrals I of Technology was chosen president ,. ;
'i'iJt "I. pipeline. to a below. St. FLORIDA EAST 'COAST' HOMESEEKEB. .
.. :f< .; .!,.j ,,' Pa!t ha lieenretarued'by on the Mississippi river ofax, executive committee which ; /
>;<:'I-"i::" "'" .t" "=the f !included B tler'of'Columbi Wilsonof 1- .

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.. church in, Franks, Mr. Carnegle's financial E. V.'BLACKMA.N Editor MIAMI FLORID I
.:-_ -t'1-="""'.: ."; \ 'Ja-_ F. L. For Rate Regulation. secre ,
: pan", most ,as tary. T. Morris Carnegie was chosen
During the twenty-fifth
: anniversaryof
'
s>.. < um.e.tLJl1pan: use, national ,win.decide on what constitutes: a col- THERE IS MONEY-IN tV; q
Pittisburg h ndreds''ot,
it delegates .
: form. ',The:con. lege, ,technical school or university in .
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; i1f from all over the 'world 'were in at-
.ference was the meaning of the gift and also what
'r.fi! iR tendance. 'In,his annual report Presi-
:called the shall constitute sectarian control '
by as GROWING GINSENG
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::;f t dent Gompers said he was informed ,sectarian are ;
f National Fed- schools ineligible. The
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>! plot was on foot by the associations .
: eratlon of fund produces an income of $500,000 a t-: 3 _
y'f11i:.. ;' -"-"- c_ '" -' 'Churches and antagonistic to labor to modifythe year. President Eliot was elected Prof. Howard, of the Missouri State Agricultural College", says: "I '>
1: S :Rev W.H..'Roberts.., present Chinese, exclusion laws. advise American farmers to cultivate Ginseng. 'Big profits are realized. KIt
.-aa w';;..r:." Christian Ort He ,insisted that public--opinion waa :chairman of the board of directors. H a hardy plant, and ia'eaaily grown."-A bulletin issued by the 4' + : .

'\ l\Datlo' and'the!main O'bjec'tJ. now fully expressed in the existing law. ,He .Educational! l Value of Football.In .. Pennsylvania State College in part says: "The supply native Ginseng ;

.<:zmt to'attenipt'anactnalfederatlonbut, : r recommended Hat trades_ 10D.:'schools' opening the sessions, the Association ru.)?.!!* rapidly diminishing and the price per pound is correspondingly e ; <. _
.'} ;i the'central bodies
.tt: be .foudded all.
; .t. I; by ; 'J t
:CUIJGl if more guarantee of a steady market for Ginseng in the future. -Consul General ""
Washington,' Chancellor E. Benja-
fcb-operatiou religious inter- over the country; also that a legal de Rubles, of Hong Kong says in U. d. Consular reports: ""The :' + s
"In- min Andrews of the the "
of Ne-
1vltal' partment be organized to combat the University .
i common to all:"! Among the first ofrttheee.to sale of Ginseng root grown in Ame is very large here, and the demand ;
braska devoted much of his address to '
government by injunction. 'During the is so great; that much more could be disposed of advantageously. ., .
t ,be-taken.up by the conference year 287 bodies'bad affiliated/with. the a defense of football as a college game. The root is as indispensable to, the four hundred million Chinese as is ." 4
1 WM-wbatls regarded-asthe' divorce organization.' He Insisted that nothing else in or v their rice. y r.
"w .,. 1 i'Whjdr'thejpp nW address wasideltd'byaDopDeane about .-
college was comparable to the
:i#, The ,federation but the'stamp' of its
L ..<::i. .. :.- Against approval on the administration's policy game "as a schooling in alertness Ginseng is a staple on the market the same as corn, wheat and cot- i
P"t i:.t1,aArt church under rates. courage, self mastery, motor efficiency, x ton. The present market price varies from $6.00 to $8.50 per pound, .
r s'', wbeterer name must stand .together.as of regulating freight A resolatkfo exact discipline'and determination to while the cost of producing is less than $150. It is easy to grow and .

at,flie plaice:to begin was disapproving of this was'promptly'' achieve." The evils which are attachedto requires very little ground. An .acre of matured Ginseng is worth
?., tabled with,only one dissenting vote. $40,000. There is room in one's garden to grow several hundred dollars' .
in .
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not fjn the divorce' \
the legislature or the to be he
; sport are deplored,
r Men For worth each year. The plant thrives throughout the United States and ;
Foundry Open Shop. v
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Qurts; titan the'teaching[ ; of. the pul- thinks, and repressed, but not .
} /" : exaggerated Canada in any soil or climate that will grow garden vegetables. We sell .
i.&J. ii and-the,influence'of Christian man- The National Founders' association,' .or paraded.A roots and seeds for planting purpose, and can show you how to make t
in annual convention at New York, J
;;Dr'Robertswasgfiseen Ginseng. There are two and '
; Columbia-Berlin Alliance.An money growing planting seasons, spring
1Jl-Jfa;; permanent halrman of the con- passed resolutions. denouncing the educational alliance between Co- fall With each order we give; full instructions how to plant and care i

.P ,?o eRCe.;"Other; ilca'under"discussion" strike of molders and core makers lumbia the for the garden. You can get a good start in this business for a small '" '
university and Universityof
m 'werereilgious'fsdncation in>the schools, against eleven firms in Philadelphia outlay, and soon nave a nice income. Send two-cent, stamp'today for ..' it. j 't plv +
{i iff Berlin is in the of .
contemplated gift ff
literature all about this wonderful +
foreign missions, yo.ungpeople's organi- an attempt to force upon the founders telling industry. ;.rr
ti 150,000 by James Speyer of New: Yorkto .
of and Christian contracts contrary to the spirit of the
ft, '"zation:; evangelization. establish the -Theodore Roosevelt iBUCKINGHAM'S ,
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constitution and civil rights. The Incoming
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progress. professorship of American history and
officers were authorized to use GINSENG GARDEN
'Great'Minneapolis. Revival. Institutions in the great German uni- .
$ means to establish the principleof
conducted by, every versity. It Is understood that as the
The revival...movement-. the shop.
: c"r' the Rev. Dd j3'Wilbur-Chapman: ,, at open result of an agreement reached by GROWERS AND EXPORTERS' : : :ari;

x }Minneapolis ';;wasprought'to >'f.close President Butler of Columbia and Em- ,.
remarkablerecord; to its credit I INDUSTRIALA I peror William last summer the Ger- '
with a :
!i ; 'the ,that Dr. ,Chapman man government will'establish at Columbia ZANESVJLLE OHIt: : '
4wo
:During weeks! _
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university' of -- --
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hiii followers *
and forty -
.,:j'Ji.' Great Farmer Gathering. German history and Institutions. Incumbents if* 1:1
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at work In the city conversion.thousands of These persons Delegates to the thirty-ninth annual of Roosevelt professorshipwill The Engine is the Heart of the Boat E
bad professed
lA. proceeded convention of the national grange or be appointed by the Prussian min- .*'
workers at once
.evangelistic' Patrons of 'Husbandryrepresenting ister of education with the emperor's Don't have a good boat with "
N. J., where,they are to ...f
j to,Jersey City, the entire more than a million farmers living hitwentyight sanction after being nominated by the a bad heart. Don't spoil a vacation :*. '

?ri, : begin' revival movement over 'different states, assem- trustees of Columbia university. Each or a cruise because of a 4 ."' f..,.. .

& ''. state of New Jersey.. bled at Atlantic City, N. J., and began will hold office for one year and will poor, uncertain engine. Regal "* )
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;: .Christian Socialism"In. Prayers.in sessions extending to Nov. 25. Aaron give Instruction in the German lan J
the order of services for the yearly Jones of Indiana presided as national guage. The trustees have nominatedfor marine engines are four cycle .. .... .i} ."

I. .' meeting'of the New York Federation master. He said that the body favored the first holder of the chair John automobile type with jump : -\I- 1

:f of Episcopal Church".Clubs, .as- authorized rural delivery, postal savings banks, William Burgess, professor cf political spark j ignition. Rated 1} h. p., :.>

; by'Coadjutor Bishop. Greer, a newlore federal control of.the corporations science and cOnstitutional lair at Co 3 h. p. and 5 h. p. in single cylinder : "

i>. : of prayer Is struck inspired with I eluding the regulation of railroad lumbia. 8h., p. and 15 h. p. irt Iii.' J

'r the: spirit of Christian socialism. The rates. This statement brought forth a double cylinder, and 30 h, p. in fil. :'

1,. 'Lord is besought to strengthen the suppliants whirlwind of !applause,,indicating that I EXECUTIVEPostal I four cylinder engines. f. :? y
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V Ceaseless 'effort to right the the soil tillers are standing by the '
-Write for nearest agent.- '1.,1.:
to show them federation of all farmers'
and A ,
l..wronged:of society president
.. they can worship aright organizations was proposed.. Department Changes. Don't make any kind of arrangement "#. ._
,1r .thatf.before Postmaster General Cortelyou has
must deal with their fellow men Line to Boston.. about an engine until 'I < '. \
they Oriental .
redistributed the duties of,,the four as- '. .\ '
see our catalogue i J'
Itftrotirandeqttttyin : A new steamship service direct be- you

'fff; .ll"COMMERCIAL- J. ., I It China tween'was Boston announced

will obviate'the transshipment at other manufacturers of the famous Regal Stationary Engines. t:
general direct supervision of the entire i ,
\ ports of imports intended ,for Boston
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Case.A ainit th. Drug: Trust merchants and will divert a large service -- -- 3

.J In th 'United States circuit court att amount of freight now coming to New Probing the Interior Department.The ;

?: Philadelphia the case of Druggist Lo- England across the continent Keep commission has begun its > S

fl: .der against the so called drug tend-trust New Iron Ore Supply. investigation of the interior depart- 'SEABARDAIRLINE

:t r came up and evidence'was given Philadelphia and steel interests ment especially with reference to loose 1f

-" lug to show 'the existence of a conspiracy and- have just received information of the administration and beginning with the : E..AXI..J A Y_ 'e

';j. or boycott against UO* discovery of another immense depositof land office. This work is expected to ..

t'JW :other independent druggists.;which It was is red hematite iron ore in 'Minnesota.It occupy several weeks., -FOR--t t1: ii

L contended that the trust Retail, : assn underlies farm lands in Aikin and Trial of Midshipman Merriwether. Savannah Columbia Southern Pines &
.of the: National Wing counties along the Northern .
.fcomposed. Crow Secretary of the Navy Bonaparte has
of
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'f' .clatlon the Proprietors' Association Wholesale Pacific from Duluth. It lies southwest appointed the members of the court Richmond, Washington, Baltimore. : 4

America; and the" National to the from the famous Mesaba range. .Like martial to try Midshipman Merri- Philadelphia New York
2 bad Increased profits it is controlled i
aasodatfoii. arbitrarily the other Superior ranges wether on the charge of manslaughter ;I
rJ\ .extent, ot" $oo,ooooO9 .'by' out by the steel trust for having caused the death of Midshipman \
'1 'thus seeking to drive ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. ... 4 .
:nusinsj prices, Mr. South American Gold Strike. Branch in a fist fight at the TWO

r oo f business all cut rate druggista Prospectors In the placer gold regions Naval academy. The "naval code of "fr ,
to join
;'' ''LOder' says that all who refuse and that the at the Magellanes in Chile report honor will also be on trial. SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL. : ;{1
boycotted .
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this trust are from there will soon
him withw&res.when that the output American Warship to Russia.
'z wholesalers refused to supply the rest of the world's total 'J.j ) ,1.
: be continued to,ant rates. surpass The cruiser Minneapolis was ordered MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT t ; t
1M drug manufaca production of gold.EDUCATIONAL for a cruise In the Baltic sea in orderto .
L It'wu Ih8wn that
'! of the total in be of service as a rescue ship for } .
,turersT. 'SO per cent l
or LINE
members of' thistrust I Americans and possibly other foreigners ONLY
< country were L
3 .this in St. Petersburg In case the strike Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaiis.

situation should necessitate s
:;.' flight"Clear
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Stringency In Wall Street To Handle "Professors'.' Fund." .
Ji In flnandL c1rcleai meeting of' the trustees of For fall information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, oj. l-
'\ The leading topic. scarcity> otl The first thinking, decisive action, vim write to .
.(.NeW York has been the the Carnegie $10,000,000 foundation for and vigor of body and mind, the sparkleof
: among A. 0. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr., '
of reserves life all who Holliater'a
of professorswas comes to use
money and lowness r pensioning college ,
the
General
street Asst. Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent.JACKSONVILLE .
i a certain i coterie of big Wall 'held at Mr. Carnegie's residence, Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea or ,

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.,,""" .., w.1' r."y u1 ,,,., elatled 1n their beanUfol Winter home.. .1 ., It : E1"TlUS: lL.Ltl, FLA., '
: I.fJI"r._"t"i""? "" vi f, :," ;-... -... fa- '"Satar- ; new-blood Jr=Jf=J'SCHLOSSBROS' ;r.------ --r- -
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> ; : ''' day bit and arHtIie borne in South strength vigor. It you ,
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NDIRIYERBIPPLINGSff well and 35 cents.. Ask '
'ki\t keeps you Q. '
s ,, Rockledge.., "' Beady.MadOClothi. ,
refrce *" .. your druggist Swell
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,.1h?:::. : .' ;.:.;..."!.:>T: tl-j".., -.."...'-\:!."'"'f'. -;;r."( ""i't'in !.K.fW.TT ii i""j"' >' i t.*: if.cJO _-u. "'YtCharIie'- '::- 'Singleton'arrived. ;'fromNetr.Yodc W.: '_'-:- IJ $10'to $I$ r. :I|
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( ;t* .ut .ft,. ..Jt r, ctrrtlMld:; ,. ntf. Find. $unday'' for evimt;b.parents., MELBOURNE.Mr. .
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Z"i; ;i >d' : '1!.. ', :?i-;:><:- : b brothers and sisters.., '* '\ : .'Wadswortb and sister Mrs.. Sarah

< \):' ., a 1ili-; + i\;"ot. !.;z Iitire,if! t"'t "to'.lrItD- ', : i'"lt."-+... }" \ The rNewBockledget__ hotel t is :being -Wan;.of Fennville, Mich.., are late.ar- -.- _- Iff SCHWAB CLOTIIING CO. '-

';*. .w;. ::-" i rD X j:,;* ? \ painted white, which,adds much to ,itsappe rivals.""""" Readf-Made -Clothing for Sys .+ .
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;f-1!:; J.Ji. : : : ., 'irance. Hotel Carleton be favoriteplaCe
;'" i Bhoads Brothers are doing seems to t; s
13glenCaiiatta''returned :home"HSatardayhaving ; $1.50 tO $I0, all arses
-qr 3tiJ :Miss! ,; ;; : I -- m
', for of 4ur'town people to
;the work. ; ; many, go '
::Z- 4 f =enjoyeVan. :: for their
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Sunday
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;, : .ul..to Ormond., .-, :'GEORGIANA.P '
,> u R '; ENOX STETSON and
;jl!"b .l dts.jJ: 0,6omereof CoiumbuvObio; I 'Eddie Page'levee Chicago on the,5th Mr..;Wm. Dow' Waukegan, III., arrW'ed HOUSEttHATS. ;f i T

fc + :'t tas arrived to: "take:"up:'housekeeping in. iost.;tor.this. ;place.. S nday. The other members'of,the -- ", : -

'''ca : }dier)trproved winter residence..: :Master"Karl Wittfeld_will probably ,remain DOT family" will soon follow. .* $1.60toSJ5 '
.1 f J agg .
ij-t:- '.;-Mrs" ::"Schuyler b: ,wjqlcin( over,:she ar. 'in Cuba for" the coming. winter. Hon. Frank H..Fee_ came up from Fort r r Jt=Jr=Jr= rrf-r Jr= r 7 i

..I:,... -aiival''of :her';sister,<;Mrs: Thomson' ;,of. _'Jt T r 11olnies was* ,here Sunday, to visit Pierce early this! week on a business trip EDWINCLAPP'Sand ,

.:-."i'. J.., 1(:" .8ro6klyn;. ,:N/y.j': : toipendthe_ ,.winteri.The .. Grandma Monson. .who- bas,- "not;been .BO and to see- his,old home and friends.. ; CROSSETTJS FINfi SHQ18- -

4. >.:-;t'r."I-\.... .'-.>., Rev.,; ,W.. _. preached. both well lately.Mr. 'Hon. Geo. R. Lyon and wife, of Waukegan ;_- :' jj $3 to $G 50 '-'

ii: '?> SH' :tmorning add evening.Sunday to:a goodly .-Tuten, of Arteeia; was in town on 111., arrived l last week 'and they --'

i M1:&&$ cumber: .; We all appreciated his services; Tuesday-making, )shipments, of his new are nicely located in Hotel Carleton until Sci tb BRO3. ii "QUEEN QUALITY"Fine
Ca
,:fltft. r, ,J rs.1)avid, .A.Carter, of Ingram,,:Pa., crop of beans their own' handsome new" home 'on the
: Shoes for Ladies
t 5. .t,s;*' Brae visiting her island home and, regrets W. ,A..McFarlane, of Anthony,,Kan. bluff is finished. ? Fine FineCIothesMikers

K lr reiceedingiy that sickness prevents:hem eas, will occupy the, small 'cottage' how .Mr. and Mrs. Claude M., Beanjean, en Mf ''1z5"- ( $2.50 to $3.50These

.i-' ;. :'*' living here this winter. owoed by Mrs. Pierce the coming winter. tertained at dinner on the 23rd of November J=.tr=Jr=lr=Jr=Jr Jt==J =1 =1 =1 =' 1;

f{ .t' i'_, 4 Indianolaites' welcomed :friends, from Messrs. Joe and'John Bruner are build the following relatives to celebrate brands, are recomlied leaders !, style,fit and Unlsb. Sold only by Ieadtt4 -

t ,r 3t1"' '!?tI .zeroes: the ,rivet 'and adjoining Island ing quite an addition to the Anthony cot the third' anniversary of their wed. THE LARGEST UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING HOUSE ON EAST COAST. o.n..oBIDA.. .

riowns to ,the,:club, house 'Thanksgiving of R. W. Beaujean,' Mr. and r
}ti! k tage. Things are astir in that part oar ding: Capt. .
Complete line of everything that men and boys wear ;
'
y fJ..r1Iicb", whpie all enjoyed themselves I as town. ". \ Mrs!: R. W. Goode,. Master Richard W. '
: : r We sell the best that can buy
dance. money
at ,
$ o our Goode.
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-t' : { Good fie vegetables, milk, cream, ,
'Dr.'and Mrs.'Charles Hill,Scranton, / All goods, marked in plain figures, strictly one price to all
:: t ,, 1" :, chickens, eggs and fresh batter are in sufficient Mr. W. S. .Branch, a popular young

.- : 't'V;*' .PL. arrived ,their beautiful southern supply here to meet the demandsof gentleman from Jacksonville, stopped over K.A.ZL OEl.CEa&: A. SP:DOL&IaTY: .

1! ii f'1! home hereon: Saturday
:;i :4-i .enjoyed several rides on.the Indian river Dr, A. .Fisk! of Minneapolis, Minn., uncle, Mr. E. P. Branch. We are sorry JAHES PRITCHABD. President. W.M.BROWN,VJce-P1eaJdent.. h

n lk,; xio their speed" 'launch who purchased property,here a few win- i that his visit could not have been longeras WINSTON S.S.BEANNINO. Cashier. '

,J }I COCOA. ters ago, is planing to visit i our town this he Was,much pleased with our Indian -

"iji'. ; t .- Quite a party went from here to Indisanola coming,season. river country, especially' with Melbourne INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

to attend the Thanksgiving dance. The Misses Bond are expected herewith Tne U.S. steam dredge and snag boat,

-s: I their nieces to their pleasantand Florida arrived Melbourne last Friday COUNTY DEJO 'J.uRY.
occupy
)The colored. school l closes Friday after a ,
) Jive months' with big concert. cosy bone} the hut of this week. on her'way to Jupiter and took on board Authorized Capital_$100COO.OOPaid
term a
nwr. .' : Their coming will give pleasure to their Capt. Alex. J. Goode as pilot. When np Capital........-.. __$ 25,000.00
*4, Mr. Walker Blair returned o'n Saturday Average Deposits.....__--____$200,000.00 '
: many friends. they had gone as far south as Grant they : ;
,
i Tlt. :, ilast from a three months' stay at Lees- TRANSACTS A .:
t .. vftorg. Mrs. Handy, of West Chicago, with her found it would be necessary to cut the '
n' General Business. !
: aunt, Miss Wright, are here and pleasantly channel deeper before they could continueon Banking
f !: Mr and Mrs. Beaton and little son and
? 'i domiciled in their own home, their journey. Largest and Ultlest"
'' :Mrs. Gore and daughter spent Sunday at f.
; -ti.'g' iz
J., where theyspent last winter. Mr. Handy Bank on the River. i
" ', with Mn and Mrs. A Scar
ffiockledge Geiger.
x-ta., Bad ,
.. v". ."" l. ', ,' ;; .will not arrive until February. Exchange Bought and Sold on All ;
';i "i -. 'J Some day you will get a bad scare, Foreign Countries. .
I r' Notice to the Public when you feel a pain in your bowels, and 11
. Beautifying methods that injure the Patronage appreciated. Prompt service x
. l Safety lies in Dr. King'sNew
"t "' 'i 'Cocoa, Fla., .,.Nov., 29th, 19(6. skin and health are dangerous. Be beau fear appendicitis. polite treatment and every favor consistent -J
i 'f.1. l\: : Life Pills, a sure care, for all bowel .
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Hollister's with conservative
tiful without discomfort by taking banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS -
...' !,,& i.' ,\have this day sold to Mr. W. G. Pat- Rocky Mountain Tea. Sunshiny and stomach diseases such as headache, : 4y ;

'. : t'e. non, of this place, a b interest t in my follow its 35 Ask biliousness; costiveness, etc. Guaranteedat
: i :i faces .use. cents. your Red Cross Pharmacy, only 25c. Try Empire Trust Company, N. Y., Florida ..1
'
j mercantile business.. On and,after Dec. x
; 1f 5 ;; druggist. them.' Bank &Trust Company, JacksonvilleFla.
i V-X'*"** 1st tlie business will be conducted under
, 7..... .. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.SCREENS
t'' "M" ... ,1 \ EAU GALLIE. 4
.' i 1.'.:' .1D firm name and. style Johnson & Weekly Weather Report. ,

J$:$*;?*' %*, 'Paterson. All accounts due me to be paid Summer weather and a few showers 0.8.DKFABTMCKT Of AGBICULTt1BBWUTB.JBBtTBUU. -
: .
... I'f J V r. "* Johnson Paterson, who assume all last week.

,-; -;.:r,+,s,t!_ t:' outstanding indebtedness. More shell is arriving for Eau Gallie's JUPITER, FLA., Nov28. 1905. I

1':pia' ti-'G.", Respectfully .yours,, streets this week. Comparative statement of temperaturesand
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*. s rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. I
F _y ..'Z'.A'. E.CJ OB 1IOY. Snap beans are being shipped in quantities 1905 1904
1' For doors and windows
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f. Z,: 'I.: r from this point. DATB. liAS. Jill' IIAX. 1111'1Nov. '
; ....It. Cocoa, Fla:, Dec. 1st, 1905. 22. 76 65 80 68
j r ,.' Capt. Symmonds is still looking for the .". 23. 77 70 75 58 covered with any wire. ; 1
)J..tf. ,Referring to the above notice I bespeak 24. 78 70 74 57 ,
l 1 steering of the Mattie H.
for the firm continuance of gear 25. 78 67 75 63
:t : new a
..... ;l I'. : the patronage extended Mr. Johnson in The Rev. J. V. Walker was the guestof "" 21.26. '78 80 I 63 63 73 77 56 6.'i EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.; ;

' a :;!,/: .. 'the past. The Dew firm will be in better Mrs.I. G. Gilbert on Sunday. last. u 28. 79 68 73 53 Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.
:* than before to look after the Mrs. Treutler entertained some of her Total rainfall for the week. 1.54 inch
i4-i
\ position ever,
\i-4- Departure rainfall for the week plus 1.18 Eau Gallie Florida. lllBIDAY'
... I, .. interest of its patrons and I invite my friends at dinner on Thanksgiving day.G. inches. -

ti friends to call in and see us. G. Gleason, of St. Augustine, was Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus S
/ P 1.96 inch. J. R.WALKER. H. MACE.
t f/ ... .. W. G. PATERSON.y' in Eau Gallie this week for a few days. H. P. HAKDIN.
1.' F Official in Charge. JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
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j: : When you want a pleasant laxative School Superintendent Walker was in ,
It,.. Cake Chamberlain's Stomach:) and liver Eau Gallie recently inspecting school No. Cbrlitmaa.
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'1 tr;: '., Tablets. For sale by Re ;" acv. And let the bells ot Christmas ring.
:J mile boat of I 4
The twenty. motor G. F. Once more good will and brotherhoodThe

y- UOCKLKDGE.3Xr. i Paddison was out spinning about the harbor sweet rewards of tolling bring.
Though wintry winds go howling bjr, DRY GOODS
: Pettee and family arrived on Sat this week. t The cheering flames are leaping high.

-arday last. The Misses Danforth and Mrs. Henry And peace Is over everything.With ,

4 t, Mrs. J. B. Bower, of Georgiana, spent and A. R. Hodgson visited Melbourne holly and with mistletoe

few days in town last week. Beach on Sunday last. \Ve make the world a world of cheer.
And bright the Christmas candles glow CLOTHING
.Mrs. J. Boyle and children returned Cot Perry, of Brazil, Ind., is bagging And love Is In the atmosphere.We .

vfrom Sharpes Saturday last. game each time he goes out shooting.The hall this holy day of days. ,
rr: We lift bur voices in glad praise
colonel is a crack shot. And know that heaven Is very near.
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;: '- Capt. Ruddiman will build a new and So let the Yuletide spirit bring FURNISHINGS

I i:_::. AMATTEROFHEALTH larger houseboat and also install auxiliary The higher love which Christmas means ,
< Its rather early yet to sing
. I power in the new boat.
} Concerning holly and the scenes
,,,', ::.. Col. Perry and family, of Brazil Ind., Connected with the mistletoe. SHOES
"..,- .- But we must do it now. you know.Or p
have arrived and in the Ains
are now
fall behind
: : the magazines. ,
:<
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- worth cottage for the winter. -Chicago Record-Herald.

fH.-.':" 4L'r Extra seats have arrived for school :No. t
An Emergency Medicine
: MILLINERY
: '
); 22. Now we will have to enlarge the
,."-'r. building to accommodate the seats. For sprains, bruises, burns, scalds and ,
similar there is
.. ,. injuries nothing so goodas
Mr. and Mrs. Ruddiman are now settled Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It soothes

on their houseboat and ready for thewinter's the wound and not only gives instant relief -
from but the FDRIfDRE.
pain, causes parts to
cruising down the east coast of
.
heal in about one third the time requiredby
;.' .., Florida. the usual treatment. Sold by Red

Mrs. S. E. Barbour and Mrs. Friend, Cross Pharmacy. t
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of Paterson, N. J., are now cosily settledin

:I. t-IKING Walden cottage, the southern residenceof John LOUISVILLE White,&KY.Co. We want your: patronage. .

Mrs. Barbour. e
: i: i ruar"rakwd.utetdw Our aim is to please YOU.
The in aid of St. Johns church ?
supper ,Wd fwn., *
; : !POWDER fund was a great success, nearly 100 guests FURSnd New, Up-to-Date Goods in every'

patronized the supper and about 40 the Hides. Line.
dance the from 8 11. 4 cSret \
Ais1IUWYPIF to
by young men WIlOI.
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: jusnositBsmm The Inn hall and dining room was beau-I Mail orders receive prompt and

tifully decorated and presented a fine appearance -
"" careful
: '"' A Cream of Tartar Powder, under the shade of the Chinese PSO S CURE FOR attention.

'i j\,.-/ .. tree from alum or phop ,- and Japanese lanterns festooned about Cooh alrrop TrurtesUse F '

.;...'.,:..'':".", ,' ': .-'-, phatlo acid, the ceiling and walls. The Misses Hodg CONSUMPTION in time. BWd D!QroRletaI JOHN R. WALKER & CO. Titoille

; : .. Mathers Young,. Bonner v Fla. .
.''. JMOYAL.. .1AKINO' POWDER CO., NEW' vtalt.j son, Perry, : ,

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