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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 8, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00342
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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,. : Transpiring Ibbit"Tow 2} to 5}, worth s|3.00 at "a epecial price'of ; -
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.'= : OSSIPa '.\1 V.. trmaahiaety- ;' 'heee':two IN, SOCIAl'iPFAiRS' OF- LIFE long .sleeved nnderveeta and MAKERSOFSOMEINTERE5I v"Little

l.'Jf 'd di wupuribaaed. ;. by* .-Governor' drawers to match;special price' of 25 cents : s
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'< Broward last Bummer while he 'ins in .
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.1t:M: 'ltwU; CWso. .,J'.4 tt_ 4 has r po been+ -chipped'down thesaltooavt'where RelitlDg.That Which,Helps,To late a Cotton blankets, good heavy' quality, Happenings That Help to.-Miis
':>: < < """ 1- ; size
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-J i "" :--" ,<&. tie[ belle are to be built, .
.. -.1.. Tow Pleasant l and Lately Again we have received 'about_twenty- Up tie. Weelly'leisptper .1
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..: it. r< .L.' } ______ 4 five of flannel s_
>>"" _, ..,.. "J ,.;> :;;1 I"''I !"" ':+ railway''wherethe road crosses,Neriv: new patterns 'outing ? xz
PVv':JfJsa>.O* 8irrii **{ *wew T'Mo<'- ; Typewriter sale cheap:' First class known as the teazel down, velvet finish, .New Christmas goods. tt!. Novelty ''
.:' .few week1!;:vurit in Georgia.ggjgr .'. to jTle redge'will: work. up.New.nver S t"
[tom ; -. < ,, -- '- make,.in good. order. Inquire at Tina: 12} ceqts would be a small 'price for this re.\
"' < through the Everglades, towards Lakebkeechobeef
] : {y Pdi '" STAB office. .quality, yon may have your choice on Don't be stingy with fun. See the '

a miD<<:00. .% .7 newest, "A Breezy Time," tonight. fit.
.tbil"--"w'f!! r' Mrs. Monday for 10 cents. ,
..... ,. ? .. The lumber for.contracting the bolls Mr. and R.: B. Haddon are now JP
';;:r f'-- .dredges and located'the Fischer cottage with'Engineer If yon want any winter dress goods we Mrs. L. W Haile returned home on the
"" 'W.Tiieeter.ofEeaJGtUieJwMit of the. &Mbera:ebipped the f
"M- ; 1039 train Wednesday from several weeks
r : branch. have just received about
fifty entirely .
'" -rO. .:fj"j Tiaitor.to bar town, ,yesterday ati I wprkof! putting the hulls toother'and Beggs, of the Sanford visit in Virginia. .
i., ,,')<,"c.ik 1I on, sbnatnesa, trip.:'. 7:. setting 'the 'machinery ia place will be Mrs A. W. Bale, of Jacksonville, who new designs including a great many black Piano music standard '
j' :J.l! < ;r; : materials from 50 pieces, sold :atlOcents
; prices ranging cents to
1iB'Ii-t .- _: ":"* inning wai"called,to her done by; the MerrillStevensEngineering has been visiting her sister, Mrs. G.' F. by the Indian;River Music House -

l "i,"'''' .. '..". if,:Vlorida, TaeI1 -'. eoapanj, of Jacksbnville.. ,. Duren,expects to return to the metropolis $2 00 a yard.AlbatlO8lr, Titusville. Send for catalogue.Mr. s" -
{ of her father.v. .- in all the shades
evening i
h; ;;' k- i ,"-, :\ ... ,w Faetlie'''dredges; witl.'eqQipped tomorrow. .and Mrs W. M. Brown left' for
:. r" !Raffia'Rob ;1nscame home with dipper'buckets having special 20 cents per yard. I New York last week on a combined '
: a capacity Ewan Rice of this place has accepted a
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#erattri T ,__ ."'Dni--__',VUI.&Ura brief of.4J coble jards .'and: ':the machinerywill : the of assistant at We also have'a good many remnants I business and. pleasure. trip for & week or '*
position
baggage agent
rfj. r .1 1 n{his parentaTetnrning,bisi I in dress goods that will make into>> waistsor so i + F
F?; :' afternoon be capable of operating them! dippers Daytona,'where his brother-in-law W. F. '
djotiettbe fojtowing
4e1. children's dresses. Dr. F. H.
,. Houghton has rented rooms
as'to make ;dip ; i
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1Q11 pllMEEn 8. lat afternoon :wheW he resumed his ter. He will remain in Titosville only ,
is for' the 25
; There laughable special cents
laughter yard.
fS.I' {'rpositlotiwilh: ,the".:Maneto, company, On account of the dredges being of I. per until about the 25th inst. # x
music for the musical and much to commend Boys' golf, handsome
have been that down since caps, designs, A
wbith works
i greater'width than .the opening .in the Monday morning brought the first'real t ,
# and patronize in the' performanceof worth 50 cents, at a special price of 35
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.t 4; JII& draw bridges over the New.river and theSIs Florida winter weather for the season.

!f! i'ti i'are"toint b: see the- w lJed coe9UB Crams river;it has been found necessary newest, "A Breezy Time." Tonight centa. The mercury dropped down into the for. '

f;?: \;:" sthepretUeatKirlst the bandsom- to build the hulls and erect the ma The Indian River State bank have already Yard-wide flannelette, beautiful'de ties but did not stay there .but a short
x : s eat ...ett1D4; hear;the most pleasvoealandinatrumental signs including white, very pretty for while early in the morning.
: 's ,, aic lu "A chineryfor: the dredges to the west of the .favored ,many "Oftheir'paLrone intown
,lB,,,,,, ,,Tonight .. draw' bridges One of the dredges will with their new calendar for 1906, shirt waists and kimonas,'also very good Pink, Smith and Eugene Wade,colored, Irk
; ; had
for children's some misunderstanding the first of
!t f i {and :.i.\iI.ibbaD aDd''heir be named the Okeecbobee, and the other which is a 'very beautiful one. The design cents patterns at the small dresses, worth 20 the week which developed into a row t :.
of
q -lacb-.Idiot Grace arrived Wed. will' be named the Everglades. .Other is especially appropriate to this staid' price 15 cents. with the result that Pink jaw sustainedtwo i

,!: ABesday from New'York aodMl occupy dredges_of the same general style will be and reliable banking house. Black,silk taffeta, 36 inches wide,every fractures from a blow delivered by

": bf6eiresMage, dariartbe;: .coming season built' for the great drainage work at'an yard guaranteed, fresh from the factory Wade. .
i.Tb 'j&aoy fHends, are, pleased The Order of Eastern Star met in the at a of$1.00
special price yard.
JI, {* date. per The pumping station of the F. E. C. '
early
"" "' _"' :" ;.f. Masonic hall and elected # "
\ Tuesday night
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.. Juucs
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t9- .;;f'.2. J'.i1(; -- The work is to done under the general t KLINK, railway was burnt to the ground last Friday
,_ fi i 1t" ;Jr..X i '1 :.$obhitt retnmed home .Sun.1Bsrnootiifkomeeveral the officers for the ensuing year. Several Titusville, Fla. about the noon hoar. Luckily the x

!. ,, _: months stay supervision' of board'of trustees of other officials are to.be appointed by'the wind was not blowing eo as to 'endanger "

.+ ...1Ikol4bop1e1nXencuek1.Unfonun.. the internal"improvement fond of Flor- officers to wake the new organization Weather adjoining buildings. It is said that anew S r
'TL;:, :be':'was:token'quit:ill up in that ida. new Report style of spark arrester bad recently 4 4

R -b. #. *:....." ndheis .ltad to. get back3legileloteaperate complete which will be concludedat SUMMARY FOB KOVXMBIB, BY BXV.'JAS. H DeeD in use that was not as effective as it

..'t. t" :;'-! .., ;. .Large Shipment the next meeting. WHIT:. 0.8. WBATHIB OB8ISVES. should have been. IKS/

" ;fli- }?;" 'NiJ'"Ui q ajamOD''the arrivals on Of boys' overcoats 'Just received by The Daytona Gazette-News: of Saturday Highest temperature on the 7th 82.0 'Mr. G. W. Scbuyler, of the Indianola .tJ'{; '

.- :l<4*iaathboQII48oDday' afternoon. Trea Penney & Branning. announces that D..A. Btedgett and party lowest temperature on the 17th 59.0 House, Indianola, was in Titusville Sa&t.'!.

"f i-<=:""P' ''_._beat In&be."' ..northwest for several arrived there Thursday afternoon from Mean for the month 70.8; average mean urday on his way home returning from a '..; 1}

,; 'f.; ; .....011 a Jlro.eotina tour and left 16 A Six Foot Channel. few days spent at Clifton. He burnt his 'i.f:
ql ? \inches of snow in;Mlnneeoti"on his way Grand Rapids Michigan, in their specialcar for 24 years 68 9; highest mean for 24 years right hand severely while on the launch : 4"+

: 1..&<:""" .: :His destination. ia Miami"Indiaa'River The government dredgeboat Florida, "Rocket." They were at once con 1896, 73.4; lowest mean for 24 years 1885. enronte from Clifton that morning by its ;:t-

rJ lf_:"""" ; '''- :Chapter' U, D., Royal which is now doing work on the Indian veyed to their handsome home on Ridge- 62.7. coming in contact with the exhaust pipe I' '4i';h l'


="J\,>1; )Wednesday night that was started up a a uniform depth of at least six feet of water located. years, 2.28; greatest for 28 years in 1890 threw him up against this very hot ripe A,.

t "'1"' :: 'iew.weeks,ago and .initiated eight new in the East Coast canal. The Florida Starke Thanksgiving 5.99; least for.28 years 1897, 0.82. it trit
o" nMbbera. ,Quite number of the memo Married, at Fla., on ,
a
the'steamer
; ( The Miami Metropolis Mates that 'YJ1"1
draws five feet inches of and direction
seven water Prevailing of wind northeast.
.'l':?!:? Y ben of Daytooa Chapter were F''nL.Mr I otter, I day, Nov. 30th, Mr. Fred R. Nau- St. Lucie, whic.i formerly was* r'r s .. !< ,' 'y

Ji 1i'special :brain.'pEseed through here went through the haulover and man, of Titusville, and Miss Minnie Number of clear days, 23; number of used on Indian river between Titnsville J 'f tt\- ;

. '"\ ?Sandaj:afternoon, .making a stop 'ot a canals from New Smyrna to Grants farm, Griffie, of Starke. The newly married fair days, 3; number of cloudy days, 4, and Jupiter, has been purchased by the t ,,!.\.,

( :J : ::few'nunutes,",consisting of four coaches on the Indian river where she ia now at couple have, the hearty congratulationsof number of days with rain, 3. Number F. E. U railway for use ia the extension: ). ; -.tr
,New York city 'who work in waters. The haul.over operations among the Keys and is ext.f' i l .
of workmen" government of days with thunder, 0. .. .. :
STAB. keeping .
THE
They are now I
petted to arrive at Miami this week. .
{ 'are expected to work on the railroad extension has been from three feet I ; { ;
dredged as Island Home Merritts Island Fla.
: ,
: the;Florida keys "'south of house in North Titnsville. The bride is t. Bravo, who passed through Titus- .:.-'- -=-. J ,!t
;r W oar ,
,
it was originally six feet, which it is vile the first of this week made 1.
the
,.. ,VII"' ..' a sister of Mr. Andrew Griffis, of this purchase S _. :
now. The Florida will dredge the In. Do You Need Any Furniture of the steamer a few days ago in '. .*'.i ;
tt 7f.; ..Mr. and Mrs.. C. C. Henderson and son place. Mobile. .'f'"' "r 1-
dian river from Grants farm to Jupiter, .
# The Titusville Furniture r ,
f r and wo daughters, Mr. C. C. Hender companyis
: eonJr.andMiaeeslenaandHattieHenof; making this stretch also a uniform depthof Have You Seen the place to buy furniture. Don't New gasoline motors are arriving in .. ti.J ;;
i4 { your .
'
1.t "", derson, Tenn., arrived six feet, when it will conform with the Those boys' overcoats at Penney .&. purchase elsewhere until you come and Titusville Nelson, of,South almost Titusville daily of late., received Capt.a P.3 't",
the 1038 train Sunday night and are
:" .." 'on nicely located in the L: C Branning cot' canal. Bran ogs? They are winners. see us. When you look yon will buy. h. p. motor the first of the week which is .' PJ"" r; ..

4 .tage for the winter. We are pleased to We carry everything in the furnitureline being placed in his runabout launch hull, : ."' rra"
the Public
4, have Mr Henderson and the members of Notice to Cuba's Light Vegetable Shipments and the low prices and which he recently purchased from J. L. % ((1"" ."-
easy pay.
Mobley the editor of Tae STAB received ... .
hia household with us for another season. Take notice that on December llth, Cuban has ; {1 r
The
vegetable season
opened menta break the record. Mail orders a 3 h. this week a } Bridgeport motor
j p. .to. .J..r'r. :;
Commodore and Mrs. Cbss. A. Welch, 1905, that portion of the waterway of the in a small way, says The Fruitman's i specialty. Freight paid on all orders.H. be used as auxiliary power in his cruising i.-. _.

: JK, arrived in Titnsville Sunday afternoon Florida Coast Line Canal and Transportation Guide A few shipments of tomatoes I E. Oar ER, Manager. catboat, while the Scobie Brothers tare "

i on their warm their ,winter' home company known as the Hanlover have come to New'York during-the last i expecting a motor any day to be put t 1 t.,
:.found their ,,launch, into an overhauled fish boat. ,, ..
canal, viz., the canal connecting Mosquito ... b
in November
istheBlnnderbnas, which was recently i two weeks or so -never Church Notices (

:-i1.. 'shinned here from Boston, .all ready for I lagoon with the Indian river., will' be more than fifty crates!, however, at a Call t
W. will at
Rev. F. Shoemaker hold Once isr
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services
them and they left the next day for their closed by said company i for and during time. So far the stock has been except- .. #
Blunderbuss ia fitted i in the LaGrange church next Sunday And the fine line of overcoats
'destination.The said day. Gm. G. GLKASOX, see boys' ;
ionally fine there being no choice com ., t
.. with one of the latest patterns of Murray ,Su rintenden'. Dec. 10th, at 11 a. m. All are cordially just received by Penney& Branning. I
1 AjTregnrtha light weight 6 h. p. motors. ing, only fancy. Such Cuban tomatoesas invited to attend. I a. ,,
v Mr. Gleason has requested THE STAB to have made their appearance in the
Rev. MilHdge Walker will hold divine "A :Breezy Time"The -
; FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES. say that there will be a representative of New York market have been well flesh .
services on Sunday next, Dec. 10th at >
f clash of interest in "A Breezy +
the canal: company at the Haulover canal ed, thin skinned,'smooth fruit with ab
book
.Sectional cases, St. Gabriels church, Titusville, holy com- Time" which will be seen at the Opera .
the date above mentioned, Dec. 11th, corrugations
Souvenir postal cards. on solutely no showing plentyof
munion at 11 a. m. and evening at q
prayer House is the
fact that
tonight, brought by
Oil beaters,gas stoves, who will issue permits to anyone having healthy color, firm and with every aspect # ,
felt matrasses, 7:30 o'clock.Morning the creditors of a college student
the canal. young
aHOWN f business through of being good keepers. All that
furnishing floods prayer at St. Marks church,in have punned him outof town, and that t'

z I p"' 4 Carpets, Bogs, Auto Sparker For SaleA have come up to this writing have come Cocoa, will be,read by Mr. W. H. Ores- the girl he loves has done likewise. '
,. b5AGrdner- TitusriUe. ,Florida. from one. shipper, and this shipper's i
.. '"* son at 10:30. It is to be that comic '
"r :; easily seen! complication ,
magneto that needs no batteries. has been anything that
packing as good as
'IknnOUncementt Brand new and will be sold at wholesale ever came out of Florida. He is packing Rev. John W. Walker will hold divine can grow out of this slate of Y' '

b aL.- i price. Inquire at TIm STAB office. : .,services on Sunday next Dec. 10th, as things. It remains to be seen, of course, a';
L IDT; ;$.\ .Armstrong;, w.eye)). andT his tomatoes with a. cardboard covering
: : follows: Holy Trinity church, Melbourne
,
'Berle..pecWi' t, of ,Jacksonville, has whether they have been taken advantage w
that should prove'wODderfllllyeffe
a been nuking a abort trip down the, east Fanning,Land For Sale. when the cold'weather morning prayer at 10:30; at St. Johns of. Leaving the plot altogether out of ..,

COld and baa ;... meeting with, grand Eighty acres: just west of Titnsville, oat comes. on. church, Ean Gallie Bible class 3:30 p. m. I the question, however, the piece is saidto
B > M M
.success: and the demand for.;his services [}he county seat"of Brevard county, water For Sale and evening prayer 730. bring upon the stage a great many peG I
.has been to gnat, that be has decided to protection bjf tributary waters of St. pie who have made hits in tbeir line and

make a short return trip at a near date; Johns,river on the west' Excellent. land Two hundred acres unimproved land For Bent at Boekledge who have been brought together for the if

SfK dates,_..of_.which,_ will. be given, __later..n for 'orange :coHore or" arming. Price near Sebastian. The St. Sebastian river first time in the newest "A Breezy ,
Address Mrs. Matilda Peter Two furnished cottages; one of four "
very tow ,, runs through this land. Write Fred E. i Time.
;For Bale rooms; one single room. References given 41
eonStockbolasWi&A : North Yakima, Wash., for parties
v Cottage with tour rooms in TUuaville, Shaw and required. Address Lock Box 115, DUCK DVHT1HO. t' 1

in a Urge lot under good fence comprising i Barpis Ja Basil,Bdate Rockledge, Ea. M. L.Peacock,at Titusville, is preparedto t"

I :five town lota. Also good mule for SALK-de Call at Titnsville Livery, at rear of take parties out for duck shooting at

_ .aJe. AddJtees. ,:care, STAB. office.TOB FOR old pioneers, oDe Bobbins' law office, for stylish rigs. Weakened systems need a mature, reasonable rates. Correspondence solic -
rye? mile rifer fIaaCf': 190 acres Leave your orders for hauling, both double wholesome, mellow liquor that's I. W. ited.
ry tALK CBlUr lt>K CA5H. in grow, in coodeonditioa,fine dwelling, and .single. J. M.Osban, proprietor. Harper Whiskey, the kind your grandfather 4_ ';

..About 88 acres of'good high land on very best of la d.for..,.farm. Three used. Sold by R.. L. Motlow andF. Crab Material Baskets Haila i
,
side of the2 Indian river of CJI'UIIII.! pay for the place.
the east otzeeae crops BEHKCKE-GU38 BKPAIKXD. A. Loeley. r
at toe Narrows, described as follow: Lot Will sell for less tfea*'' 1aIiIe of improve- HENRY, Bean baskets and octagon bean crates. ,t

;lfo: S, at tton s&. also lot No. 3, section menta ,porcbaafir;therebr ge tin*land Specially made gun,springs warrantednot JOJK8ERY STOCK VOK BALL Full stock in our warehouses at Titus
'38 in township Sleoau.,}.range 39. east. freebet erthanboBMeteadincnoincnm. to break: ,Every one carefully tested. ville, Eau Gallie, Fort Pierce and West ;

This, land ia unimproved but finely located. brance; titles:pertid;
For farther. particulars address! blacksmith shop all go with place. ard's hardware. store.Boxl21TUnsvilFla.. Indian River Nttnericv.established (886. prices on other crate material, wrapping
: : l" 'Qo" .. J W/R. SASDIBS -' B '4. Send for catalogue,' Toledo and, Vat paper and crate nails. +
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I i j Palm Beach Supply
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:{.. \: $ ?.1Itt'r'1T.Tv.R;,\;.:HIBUPEOPLE. chase:relitf and has _
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{rKt:,.=< (t : k ,' CoMtrlea rresUets; pen 'nameot: Sholom Aleicbein i (Peace find out if you have any medicine or anything hate ere tried

::k 4ji/ll.' f- .">LfSrWa. ,11mi'''. ,;t A1aNt- -. .",lztlrely.' to;lotojiis j; one. f the,best known'Jewish When'.writing. find postoffice'order for$1.00. Sits' at

f,:ri' Ceiae'Ia'a'hwT.rno : : waters In :Eussia.: ,Mr. ,Bsbbxhwitfaf offer In this paper bottte by Southern$spreu."- : -

:)..' '.. > / ':.J '0 0lc" ,.. letter"is".dated',from;.the Impe send your 'address &' SIZES: 25c* 50c AND $1.00
.: :t-i... ; .NewYork gbfw,) introduction recentd ; Dr.Kilmer& .,
fr'! yv. ; '(" '" ''''' 4 rial, hotel in Kiev.,and he says. in part.: lamton, N. Y. BE SURE YOU OEt THE GENUINE
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*. "Your.lettbrought me'here.' where.. regular fifty.cent Co. E
Liniment
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-' -frjaUlennium .ill the Snow
44 the time Jwhen" -
t':5 : dollar sizes sold _
cumber
'with:a of families, I are
.: ::4:.-. 5; :'irishmen hill.live in IreUnd_ ., says.the. together' ; ST. LOUIS, U. S., 'A. = -
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; that are.being fired over our heads, so on every bottle.
7' I 4m'he'Gaeue.'league; 1fV\OOO.--l" !
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: :t1 :He_has cOmet0tbe I'anited. Stateit0 -' "What shall we
paralywd.. 'It .is well nigh Impossible OLD RECOMMENDED. BY
he:has. been' teaching- hi ,
l teachiwbat|: Gentiles will not
', J';:. ; ,'.it is a.bercnlean task, to describe TITUS7ILLE, tad EiU OALUE PBiRIiCT. EAU GiiLIB
w ., Irelsnd. .. for; fifteen'..years-. hat; Irishthemselves. -: Even the )
"jffJf.JbaJ1.know,. .r. -.: :His ala I what.. has happened. here.l' will tell it and .the Zeltrhoffs.

,, ...;;: 'fan is IrLh: independence of intellect.'f to' you in boldest terms iOn the feet of their

.:: '' f.-f._' 'In-Celtic:ttji is:fSlnn:Fem: <;.Amh.f"l1i ." 'the 17th we were, 'presented Their ,trlend 1! Railway.

,} :In;Enfilflh'it mean*"Oursdrw Alone." with .the constitution,;fore which .our Brother do
AF :Dr.;Hyde organised -tt i;Gaelic'.league', the .EFFECTITE AUG. 8, 1905. =
L l : : brothels spilled,their blood like water.. English. as -
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On the. same day rumor was spread : Between.Jae tlOnriU.andN. w York.
ti. # ''lDI ..:of,,thougbtfalmud active --to if.I must die. I Dally. My.
-: : : '1 'b ci./' ;' ifJ'jgr abroad that orders had been given is better that I ; a Lv Jacksonville, FIa.__-__._Bo. Ry 'Ar. 800 a ___ 120 P -
1 '? 'philosophy=of"tte..whole:'move1ownt attack_ the Jews,;and the attack'.began with the rest P Lv.SavlIoDnab,Ga..___..._So, By Ar, 4 50 a ...___ 'O P i'
t, Behalf of the tatellcctaal from:all sides.1 Simultaneously order P .'Ar.Charlotte:: ;N. C-_____: _Ry. Lv. g 50 p._ 113.. E
'Indeypendence consumed the
if :was issued, that. we_ should ,not "; a Ar. Richmond Va._.___.___So. By. Lv. It 80 p =::: 110 p
trelanhe ,
; of_ said,the other: In danger. -'---"
.' shoot from the windows and not throw a Ar. Washington D. C.---So. Ry L. 1011.. ___ 810 P
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_ night; anytbin to-Interest-at iall Irishmen/ In' someI stones:!;' If we-should: 'do.that the soldiers a Ar. Baltimore Md.--P.__ ..'._ B. B Lv 612 a .___.. IZi P
I tblag tending ((1m pAr. Philadelphia. Pa. P. R. 11 Lv. 185 a -. 165 P
pttfte'the'mtnd'to"get; Irishmen. ab- would fire, back.and. destroy our AN OLD pAr:New'York N..Y..P. B. R Lv. 1210 a ____ a 25p

: :4ttaarbed;to their own'country,,, to maked'a houses.
4 soldiers the and "New York and Florida Express." Daily Pullman Drawing Boom
"them stay) there IDf to recover' those "Seeing, on street SAYS Jacksonville and New York.

_ !i e 3 'who .have left We/want,'to:a Cossacks, we felt reassured; they will itA light and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Boom
!to'rwit Ue the Island and the people surely' help us. And they did help, but Jacksonville and New York.
not us. They helped to rob, to beat, to Sickness
WeswIreland to be what, .it was. Ko. :a
Fic4; t a7earajgO, ,."Acountry 'of tdiaractelof ravish to despoil.. Before our eyes and The LIVER Through" Land or the Sky" DaiJ7,

,,: ,s t; '4 magaI&'entpeople; of,promise and of In the efelof' the whole world they tenths of all Fla.,._-___..___-_____.________So.. R7. At 900
'r;s : 'r : grandeur of intellect and Industry helped to smash windows, break down Ga-----__._.___._.....__.___..__.__._.So, Br. Ar 410 a
; .* I. .. doors, break locks and to put booty intheh 8. C.-_____________.________.___.So. By Lv 115 a
,- i"Up to a few. years_ ago Ireland had and in N.Q--_______-80. Ry Lv. 415 P
J forgotten that It bad a history or literature pockets.: Before our,eyes, T N.a,________..___._____.._._._____.,...tkL Br. Lv.12 45 a
:1' I :,or music. Irishmen bad been the eyes of our children they beat Jews un'rswwaaueaw.a't Tenn.,.____.___.____.______._____...Bo. By.Lvs 985 a
taught for 'three 'genera OI18 the: history grievously, men,women and children, Ohio,._____._____.._.._..____.__.__.______Q. A c. Lv. 8(5p_
and they shouted! 'Money! Give us
>., l. of England.' Instruction\ in the Drawing Room and Buffet Sleeping Call between Jacksonville and
.' .M1, ,Irish your money r Before our eyes women to the
.: ; language was not,permitted In go
< buried from windows and children '
j.i }, :}: the: :primary schools. The average were ter,
thrown to the cobblestones. Between dackaonvilie aDd the North and Weat. No. 14I
Irishman when be wanted to
'j i. singaometing and restore I
_ J.r... <(,.t.t 3 ". would chant the English "No; my hand trembles. The pen LIVER to Jacksonville, 80. By________ _...__..__.._..Ar. -8 M a j._ .
_ \Ji: : JTar-ra-ra-boom-de-ay some other > 11 not.obey I can write no more. Mamn 80. Ry--__________.________.Lv. 115 .... '
: The local publish only one-: Give Atlanta 80. _._____
.." English music hall newspapers. tone to By.------------- Lv. 1150 pIN__
ft. it i v ditty,. Today he Is hundredth part of the frightful detailsof Chattanooga, So. R1.___.__._.______________..Ly .11 __
t.; ,staging 'Believe Me, .If.A.J1.Those Endearing -. the happenings in Kiev. Now Imagine iio'd. ; flesh to Cincinnati, Queen A Cresceut_._______ _._.Lv. 180 a!_..__ "y
,- fr : \ \ Young Charms,* and other, of i what is in hundreds of L Cincinnati Big; Four Rome.:..__ .._-Lv. .10 s'
:: ,. ,f(: *:: the old Irish ballads. 'Wbenhe wanted to i happening Take' No Chicago, Big Four Route.____..__________--Lv. 810 p --=-
Jewish towns'and Too dear =
;r..,':t. read something he would select a class villages .Cincinnati,. PenD. ._____._.._______... 643 a ___
_ ;iil( ti of literature on a par with your 'Nick will bur freedom cost us, and God only Chicago, Penn. Linea._________________..Lv. 84 o II __.__ -
knows whether we will live to enjoy Cincinnati: C. H. & D.-Monon----.Ar. _
iVt! ; 'Carter" 'Old Sleuth Today he is ; 7(0 a _
;;t reading' Charles Lever and Samuel this freedom. ChIcago. a H. A D.-Monon______________.Lv. 1102 P ___
3$ fj Lover.' "The tyrant will not surrender his Cincinnati, C. H. A D-Mich. ____.___:: : 7 00 a :::=-
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:-;,}' ., rod. The swords are being sharpened- .Toledo, C. H. A D.-Mich. Cent__._______.L... 1140 _.._
.E 't.., This is what we have been encouraging bitter. In God's'name brethren, help. Detroit, C. H. A -Mich. Cent.d.Lv. 1000 p -- .

ys T.i for the last ten years, and we are To act to help to resist-that we are ('incinnati, Penn. Linea--____-____________Ar. 630 a.-.___ .f
% :tF succeeding. The Gaelic league now has Pittsburg, P nn. Linea.._____.__________..Lv 113 p t I
not permitted. .For. the life of one =:
,)' 100,000 members. more. They are the, Big Four______--____-_._._____-._AJ. IS 50 a -- f!
J; ,4j1 men'who are,telling Ireland to know drunken brute that we take when he Cleveland. But Four-_____.___.____________.Lv. 8O P := .

,, ,t., ? itself.. And of that 100,000 they are almost attacks our wives and our. children we Lexington. So. Ry.--.___..____________..._AL 1045.-.__.__ JI j
r to total pay with hundreds of innocent lives. Louisdlle. 80. --_________________ 74{) a ____
'!t' f t a man abstainers from Intoxicating and r. 5t Louie. 60. By......._______.._._______ _Lv. 1010 P __ .",;
t. f" drink, which you will appreciate Coughing Spell Caused Death :r

::.:art te.' : of the race., means a world'to the' future> "Harry Duckvell aged 25 years, chok Ashore Sleeping Florida Cars Limited.Between" Daily Jacksonville Solid and Vestibule Cincinnati Train Through Day >:::. .

ed to death early yesterday morning
1 :... }. *I came over to lay before the Irish his home, in the presance of his wife and '
ROD Between Jacksonville KanlN No. 8
CS'7. No U
to America just what we have been doIng child. He contracted a slight cold a few

+# at home. We'have worked 'a tre- days ago and paid bat little attention to' If like to Jacksonville Fla, 80. .______._________ 935 a ::=
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;; mendous revolution In Irearid..It has it. Yesterday morning he was seized IDalera.hooters. Atlanta, Ga., So. Ry.------------_____.....Lv. 11 bo p ._.__
!: with a fit of rontiiiin which continual D or if you are Birmingham. Ata., So. --.-----__________.. 405 p .__-
no political slgn1ftcance'yet. It is simply Bcvcdealer .___ ____ ____ _
for some time. His wife sent for physician your Mempbia T nn.. _._ 815 a-.__-_
li:!: an Intellectual fight at this stageWhat |hut before he could arrive, another congh-! or twenty-five write for cents free' Kansas City, JJo.. Frisco....__________________Lv. II SO P-____ j

_'r t;;':" A ,It may lead to can be ronjeet'f. ing eprll came on and Dock well) died Fsvcst and Florida Limited." .
Daily.EXCELLENT
tr ; tured. Our work is to effect the self from fuft'ocation.uLouis Globe Democrat weekly lournil
DINING CAR SERVICE.
.\ centering and self reliance of Ireland. Dec. let '1901. Ballard's Horehound department:
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Game Bag and ,District Passenger Agent,108 West Bay Street,JacksonvilleFU,
", would have saved him. .
"We are effecting a great intellectual Syrup 25c.50c Sea and lover f.
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M. W. TAYLOR, G. P.A.
;:;, upheaval The people are beginning to and $1 00 Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. Spertimui Rifle sad Trap, .P.T. H. BROOKS MORGAN,A. O.P.A.

's : I interest themselves ,In the: country asM lie,.Fla.and Eau Gallie Pharmacy, Kin Gal Vs" send free our

} they never did before. For three generations oa outdoor life nci

r ,f:. they have had no country. They FOREST AND
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were treated by England the mongrels 346
-.' of clvilitatlon. They were taught Chamberlain's Bridgeport

::{. that they had ho race and that they

m-- were a little bit of everything, mostly !

j tt English. But we are teaching them I

&- '. better. Today 3,000 of the 10,000 Irish Motor that Motes" ,

\'f schools are teaching the Irish language. 1,.

,{.. The young are being taught to converse
In their native tongue. When at home I Reliable, Durable

J1 ;. : 'speak 'It altogether.. Thousands of to run

Irishmen are doing the same thing. ,. and give satisfaction

{!}".- "The English government is doing L- motor-boating a pleasure

!i ,' everything possible to suppress the 4
: movement It wants a benighted Ire- i. workingrboats Inerease
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. Y':. land. Formerly the 'government allowed profits

,,:1lr-r the payment of result tees: our methods of eonstruetlon
-"il ': based upon the results accomplished to
Cough Remedy I you will discover why ,
c our schools:: A: few years ago these

-; I fees based on the teaching of the Irishlanguzg The Children's Favorite utoklr ABTMM Mcwuin seeding a BRIDGEPORT"Isa"Motor
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amounted to less than 11,000 -CUMB... t '
;-: a year.,'Today.they.'amount to 112.000 Coughs, Colds Croup and ....trw..l that Motes"
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a year. 'That.amount represented a one Whooping Cough.Thisremedyiefamonstarltae r .
I: .1.' .,. ,'"., hundred and fiftieth'part of the money rssonr I & ii

k. :. ., .spent.upon Irish educ.M on.. Now .they surge lMTsUdsfsaded pan of the dY1l1led went ,It YOri4.cuitlsss It*sera aoptsjsi : MOTOR CO. IDC. .

pa-- :have taken'it away from ML Is that o or otlxr Bsnanl dnc sad... ealatina ttuadsoessty of any.
't- : : right? The Irish people ought to havethat fTsnMcoBfldMUtosUbjrMtoaaadBllPrtca I ": Port Construction Bridgeport, Conn.
. t 35 eta; Large sue, 50 eta.i NN C .
money no matter bow want
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m.ItrIaI"ot.Un1ted: ;States: bateresta'of the insurance people fHe. .'had, this treatment
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'. _'-'t.; '.. i"'io'#< Y''AIIU__.. .,.&. ." organisations' 'for:political:purposes, ,, similar affairs.- :It.was' shownthat

"': _.J;; liK 1i'W? 3 f< '. '.. 1' .'COmp1J17" to. rPt- t; :"ne? D n:reierred]to:in a';letter-to :, 1mVether'ffered'to, forfeit the AGENTS: 4

,. ,4>;; scla t'O"i."a \ r."eAt'Hr .be3 i ator;Depew lda tio0tlraatanterouafrleudiepthejfrer' fight la:the:twentieth round for having 2

..'"fi.'if '- "t. :\ : .fore. ihe.;>poatof, ; tpened.onttaabe fouled, but:Branch ,refused.. .Medical '''E. L. BRADY &BRO., TitusvUle =;
:- "', "f;: <'t. < -
;:j\jt Gee department, W. B.Manninf oj Albania retired'191 'testimony was to the effect that'nothing' '
'.two.counts.that :jurance i.expen'aDd vcoaiunerclaJ. tray* but the blows received in the fight JOS. PAXTON,-Eockledge Y fir
.
. i'iB ..'i : b*received money.'for.sb : elerTestimony:showed:that' this'man could have caused: :! the. .death'of Branch J. M. SANDERS Cocoa ) "i"
.-r 51S't-: ?:, doing. was:paid in":tbe nd Dodtoodof; $450 The court martial was asked to recognize ... '
!:t =< '-1 : 0 0 ) things the "academy authorities' also B. E. MU4S Bonaventure .. Y
$ feAr quletabout'sdiae as
\ :1! :a.-;:.,' & ;,'Colonel'' T;. 'IL'i"'t a keep; -
J "'M" ".'!;:;.>I .. ; ..'...> "er."represent. > he :.knew i ,concernlag' ;the. workings of responsible* for Brab h'. death In that BERGMANN '
!i ll: ",, 'i' ed' ,the, goTern- the'JBquitable. ''' .: ** p-- they knew of the fighting.code.. S. Merritt

t 'A""",fj. ::,\ mst and, F'.W, MoCJttian 'Rwilrts Rooount. : Growth'. of Rural Free-Delivery.. .,.. _

"*;..:.....o.,..,,,,' ::i:...'.@t". Lebmann. the. de-' Through ex-Judge Alton'B.. parker as In his annual ieport Postmaster General i_
k. .. '
,,$'S.4.'f."ot ;. ...fence.. .:' The. defense chief counsel.Mayor,McClellan of New Corteiyou will. ask'for 129,000,000 kXAV AA> > a

.'I1\1i.k.: "" .., 'j; ".- ',. .,10" t.,. ,, claims, York has.;beguna: legal 6g 1t'aialnst''thf. tq ,maintain.a and extend the' rural,free \.
;if ;"J.;"'3 ,,s.utor.' ." Burtch.; .' '.that;Burton was ;nbtimi of counsel for W; B'Hearst delivery, service. This lien, Increase .

"* employed by the in ,favor* of :opening the: ballot r boxes of 13,600.000 over the appropriation.for ; -\ .
!"li 'R'tIn to defend Its president, ana re om tl g the ballots, 'Already'entniurictlou the.current-''year. Where practicable j..

t ': mo.. Dennis, nowTdead, 'who .was at was" in force preventing the routes are to be shortened and additional E.. L. BRADY BRO., .. : '

f < t' time-under. indictment, .and that boaroVot canvassers.granting"a ceftlfl- carriers employed, so as to give daily ......: "
; : ;the,postofflee; de-' 'cate of election:to'auy ft. ;=rih:\ to the Dennis the count of Void and protested ballots the. entire postal service is il93,000k, >' ,Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products .

:t. "y chargea;). Counsel'Hartan: .fortheBi-. Was finished.." The Hearst'people claim 000.
W handle of all kinds We for){ Fertflixen. We deal i
i- produce are agents apes' exclusively
; ? I al f O company: told'of retaining Burton; to.have gained In.the"canvass' of.protested Nine ta.Four For Sea Level. CanaU in the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumer Write at for price OB ."
it 'at]$500>;month; :.and"1'lee'PrestdentMahanepieatltled'tbaton. '' ballots made in a few,'districts. "The decision 'of'the board .of'consulting Grain and all Groceries,delivered at your station. E. L.BEADY&BBO.Trnwvnxx:: FLA

;: the suggestion The grand Jury5 discovered that John engineers< of the Isthmian canal r-
t r of Burton be.destroyed two letterswritten .Pickett, ,a.saloon. keeper''in.Leader':' commission,. as Indicated In advance '
f. : by Burto 'who feared that his, llurphy's district? was-Jhe.jnaju.who 'lilAGONER &, CO.,
; of the official report to the president is
t motives',might bertplannderatood."Rake supplied.tbe5,00dcaah bail,for John In favor a sea level canal by a vote Haj Grain Fruit

}\ .' r1.1 : Legal,..Parlance.v Krup, (otherwise lames I'Halphi: ), who of' 9 to 4. Such a canal, the engineers Staple and Fancy Groceries >Produce, of rl'ndS : -

f; ,At Reading. Pa..'Judge.Endllck in re- was accused of voting'Illegally' but thefloaler'succeeded '' profess .to believe, can be con s-
'
;">' ', 'fuslngja:new. "trlalifor two:.men con .In eludIng''aH his:pursuenTas structed hi fifteen years at an estimated
:
,.-' Ticted:of.1U) 1,for.havtog; accused In a : soon 'as he wail released. Already cost of 250000,000; at a depth'of VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY.
one" n legal'.otei has ..been'sent
,publication the. ;countycomptroller': 45 feet and a width of 160 feet on Tl1-u; viUe. i i Florida.
', receiving''arake-off said this ex to prison,.end'number1 o(cases1 areunderway.There
$., ": ; the bottom. It'would be necessary S
..' pl'tll101lwu not given In ;:\'. 'dictionaries, but that;jt bad gained.currency that WUliam Harrington' ; who was'shot'and of the canal for the purpose of controlling

'y': "In ;popula. speech and, in thecourt's -' killed In., '"the'Paul'8elly'diveon ;, the' heavy tides which occur SAN MATED CIGARS
'f' oplnon'meant'going for a certain ;Nov. 23, was an election day floater there and a dam to control the Cbagres i _

funants'fraudulently scraping 'and.that the: gang* got after him to river The plan also contemplates a

In' a. parC-thereof. ; He thought the 'prevent squealing. Charles' F. Murphy straightening of the line so as to move The success of the San Mateo Cigar t .
phrase'was understooleverybody, in the midst'of' this col test has the entrance In the Atlantic side two is one of the greatest triumphs

,., aM'.c nsequentiy the court'must: take gone to Mount Clemens, Mich.' for an miles west' of the present entrance of the East Coast since the freeze. ,

; .judicial'notice'of 1t.Twinyswieala :-' extended vacation. close to' the city of Colon while the
'
..... treads Appeal' Platt Retina as Leader.In & exit on 'the Pacific end would be fur "
Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the
Appeals.bYe,been_filed',with the supreme an Interview Senator Platt of New ther east'from the city of Panama. Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East t
court railroads York said his farewell to the leadership This would necessitate the abandon
by .twenty-seven Coast plantations the cigar industry of the world has never produced alxtterarticle.
'operating,Michigan;against' the validity of:the state Republican organization on ment of several miles of tiie present For sale by aft I the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union 'News Companyon g

.-. of the'advalorem, tax Imposed the ground of age. At the same time excavation from Colon. The alterna- every train entering Florida.'I'

': on such corporations by the Michigan he said that there was one duty remain- tive favored by the board is a lock and

,-< legislature in'1881 when.lt adopted the ing-namely, to effect a reorganizationof dam canal on a thirty foot level, which Manufactured by s. W. ROWLEY San Mated, Fla. .i '

system of tuDI.elr..gross receipts. the party, which would mean the could be completed in twelve years at

..' ,Royalty to Harvey Stool Company. elimination of OdelL a cost of $200,000,000. It would have .

'. The court of claims has awarded to Pr.s den.!:Wins Rats Skirmish. three sets of locks capable of taking a i

l;', \ the. Harvey Steel company of Bethlehem Aft ;the first meeting of the senate 1,000 foot vessel ,President RooseveltIs

i-' Pav judgment of $000,000 royal committee,on interstate .commerce, said to be opposed to either of these i

..... ty on the armor plate used la the construction which-waS'heW early In the week, it plans as Involving too much delay and.

z,.... : of battleships. became'knownthat; a majority of the too great an expenditure.Plates .

Ohio Doctor a Woman'Killer committee, made up of three Republic- For Canal Bonds.
; Dolliver and and
Clapp-
': Astonishing' revelations have attend ans-Cullom. Secretary of the Treasury Shaw has
Foster Carmack, Till-
five Democrats- ,
: .- ,: ed the Investigation of the charge of already caused to' be engraved the
Newlands
:, : murder and cremation against Dr. Oliver man, and McLaurin-had plates necessary- for an issuance of 1

; :.t C Haugh at Dayton, 0., a graduate taken of.a position federal favorable rate regulation to the prin-for $130,000,000 of Panama canal bonds, _

; of' the. Western Reserve Medical college ciple which the administration stands. which however, is to be deferred until '_

..',;. and,for several years,a prominent congress meets. He will ask congressto :
\. practitioner at Cleveland. He is charged Grangers Condemn Grafters.The t fix the tax on national bank circula- _' _L
'
:: not only with the murder of his national grange went on recordIn tion at one-half of 1 per cent to be the \

r::;' mother, father and brother;: but lit suspected favor of boycotting those Insurance base of deposits; in canal bonds. The j

}J- of having caused the death of .companies which pay their officers available funds for canal expenses are .

,., twelve women In different parts of the more than 225,000 a year or permit nearly expended, as the $10,000,000 '

w;;:. country. His method was the morphine money to be used for political causes, provided by the Spooner act for the l\\ ri 'i ;
vl.. habit for private gain or to Influence legislation beginning of the work will last only 'a 4I

Resolutions were passed con about a month longer. s
demning all forms of bribery or cor
i j POLITICAL ruption in state or nation. Former Virginia Fastest Battleship.
Governor N. J. Bachelder of New The new battleship Virginia had her
kt the trial run off the Maine coast and de-
was elected master for
Hampshire
Cabinet Member to Remain. .maximum of 19.74
veloped speed
t
.
coming year, W."F. Gaunt, lecturer,
} The president has asked Secretary 'and T. C. Atkeson, steward. Ten thou- knots which is thirty-two hundredthsof
;;;.;;.: Shaw to remain at the head of the to'aid a knot faster than the speed of her
sand dollars was voted in secur-
treasury at least until the end of the sister shipthe Rhode Island, and the ; kI

f,yi.. coming session of 'congress instead of ing the parcels post fastest ever made by an American bat- I I- .

!;.. retiring,, on Feb. 1, as contemplated. Bossism Versus" Republicanism. tleship. I
k This Mr:.Shaw agreed to do, as he is in Since the election the Republican organization -

'f1close: touch with the questions of revenue of New York state has been Clear thinking, decisive action, vim 1

_' .:. : deficit currency, banking; legislation -> torn into factional disputes over the and vigor of body and mind, the sparkleof
":'. and Panama .bonds which are issue of party home.rale as opposedto life, comes'to all who use Hollieter'a ECILIAN

,.;f,,.,..--' likely to come up during the session.. the arbitrary Interference of a state Rocky Mountain Tea.; 35 cents, Tea or
"" At.the same time Attorney General leader, otherwise known as a 1>083. Tablets. As k your druggist..

C." J Moody and Jf Secretary of the Interior This issue has been presented in sharp THE PERFECT PIANO PLAYER a
.
Motor Toarla Cmt CoBtMt.It
k; Hitchcock have agreed to remain In relief in the proposition to reorganizethe '
has been to
arranged hold a
con
'. the cabinet until the end of the present New York city committee by elect-
test for motor touring cars in Sicily
Ing a county chairman In place of William -
L congress. next when Signor Vincenzo
year, Florlo
Hslpin. who is said to be the
": Senator Matra Tale of Dough. will offer a trophy for the best car,'on
of OdelL Odell In an interview
Under the f smooth and gentle but creature difficult 300 In For the
remorseless questioning, of the great has virtually warned the president a, course ,miles length. .,. salQ by ,
his hands off the state
to keep Heart .t D
FlatUriac
Insurance Inquisitor. Counsel Hughes, .
of the New York legislative committee, organization for fear of creating factional Undigested food and gas in the stomach INDIAN RIVER i

< the aged United States Senator Platt strife. Congressman Herbert E. located just below the heart, presses
- ; admissionsconcerning Parsons has announced his candidacyfor against it and cause heart palpitation.When .
series of significant
made
a
of the county chairmanship on a non your heart troubles you in that MUSIC HOUSE
I .the, payment large sums factional platform.. way take Herbine for a few days. Yon ,
: by insurance concerns for,many years will soon be all right. 50c a bottle. Sold by
'm'-
..,. paitto secure the protection of the Red ,Cross Pharmacy, and Eau Gallie. Titusville Florida. .
._, state BepubUcan. machine.. The wit I r EXECUTIVETrial I Pharmacy, Ean Gallie, Fla.Japan's ,

-(. MSI said that.every year the Equitable '.Japa." Ceameree lbeM* .
: Life sent by messenger boy to his of-
of Fighting MMdy. { foreign trade has grown
in cash without any writ
flee $10,000 '
or 'acknowledgment The trial of Midshipman Meriwether, amastnglyzof. late..Fot; the first half i
agreement
'f t- ten whatsoever white, the Mutual bad charged with manslaughter In having of the.current. year it was.429.000000.
i-
t' yen. as against 320,000,000 for the corresponding =, .,
yl." made similar contributions irregularly. caused the death of Midshipman James lIt

'; -J; He could not_. '-recall what sums. other B 'Bcaica, Jr, In a fist fight and with I period last year. [

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L' ::"bees settled by the "p paid

o.: 'j'lJ election held weeks ago :, i rer s

_ -;t iurn; Iar'e1ectio&; was;)merely that

l ;; .of the action"taken. at 'were .

t t%::: :Palms! government,_ which clied ._
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t sry. :jn the:island, yet on tbe.-w ,re on : If :4I

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.<..iJt$! 1, .The president's message, 4, the 'L'cL I I1T0 .- ... ,
't"; nine thousand words inlen 'special : : : .

,:: ,. haastively'the work of No. 4. : ) f
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partments and deals for f
: .
.-tt questions that;are' to co 'term'

Hti Fifty-ninth congress. On $25.10,

i< ,question it makes,some the tf

lfg1't .The.principal.measures & 1 :: i I

j;? mends. are; for ; .
t-i 'Government supervision :
( of
fttJ and the regulation of and ,+LIKE A DEMON grip has crossed Cured of Obstinate La Grtppev I Coniressnian Power of Yom, .

!; the interstate commerce' ,. oj* country,leaving behind scores Henry Distin the Inventor an4 maker Uses Pe-ru-na la His fUlly, 'f'
"- "- similar of physical wrecks. of band instruments for the Henry Hon. H. Henry lowers, writes boa -
.eome body.Investigation Win Victims of catarrh of the head,catarrhof Yorrisville Vtol ,
_ Distin Mfg Co., at Williamsport, Pa.,is "
; ;: of general. l the throat, catarrh of the lungs, probably the most active old man in "feruna I hare aced la 07 family t f
y. tions, child labor le pistol catarrh of the stomach catarrh of the Philadelphia Way.Be writes from with success.* I can recommend it aa aa ';

r 'ditioD of working women. to kidneys, catarrh of 'the pelvic organs, 14418.9th street, Philadelphia, Pa.: excellent family remedy and very good
1:' Government supervision are to be counted by hundreds of thou. "I write to inform you that I had a for coughs, colds and catarrhal at--

.: cial interests, which are J. M. sands. bad attack of la grippe last December fections/-H.Henry Powers
character including Insu month Grip la epidemic catarrh,and sows the which lasted more than three months, Pe-riHia for Catarrhal NervdoseefiS
seed of chronic catarrh within the and which left with catarrh and
me ,
'fft.16if:' A readjoetnrent of ; of dad Stomach Troubles.
4 ,omy in expenditures and system. several of my friends advised me to try Hon. W. J. Purmaa member ol .
true that few sufferers
Thia is so grip wonderful medi.:ie, Peruna
all your Congress from Florida,writes from 1421
: appropriations. are able to make a complete .
were recovery
..
Is,,:. ,More business-like until they have used Peruna. "I began with a bottle the first weekin Q street,N,W, Washington, D,01 t

lt' : ,, saction of business in l'c. beef Never in the history of medicine has March and it certainly did me a great' "From representations to me, acid

fZ ; :t' departments. a remedy received such unqualified. and deal of good. from my own experience, I feel juatifled
during "I was so well satisfied that I in recommending your Peruna to
: .:: A law directed against universal eulogies as Fernna. any
& re purchased another bottle, and followed and all persons suffering with catarrhal
If do not derive prompt and satisfactory *
: you
in federal electit
ruption ? your directions which you furnish with nervousness or stomach trouble.11
result of Peruna
from the use ,
J :: use of corporation money collect write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a every bottle, and I am glad to say that W.J. Pnrman.

.:r ', An arbitration treaty BOth, full statement of your case,and he will it has cured me. I shall certainly recommend Address Dr. 8. B, Hartman, Presidentof

.i: tions represented at The $197 be pleased to give you his valuable ad- II' the Peruna to all my friends. the Hartman Sanitarium Columbus
'' : vice watt. Eenry Distin. Ohio
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'It-; of settling
ence as a means ..
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1 -
..)Y", disputes. I col- .
road superintendent is hereby ordered to t
'f/: A strict interpretation i l 'i f i ) Cottage{
of' ,
34 in good faith of the work the said road to the fall width

an instrumept of re 20 feet.Motion. CI AA r: peace.
:J Increasing the carried that all first class roadsin P. A. 1/1I"y,
Via.- .t -
the be feet wide. t'T- TITUSVILLE, FLA.
.E{ and navy: The, army- ; county twenty ,

,_ diminishing the number a 'Bond ofEuaene Berge, to carry a \Yj.i- Daily or Weekly Board.

;', the army is,kept in time ; room chester repeating rifle, was approved. House Newly Furnished.

;; ::1 ing out unfit officers and a Vouchers were examined and approvedand Everything First Class.
warrants ordered drawn on the several
; promotion by merit?an road IJI''lttilllHopkin! !> Mrett, near Juf a.
funds of the aggregating in ,
"" 1'- artillery; a thorough north county '---

: and amounts as follows:
, officers a J L. MOBLEY
,It \. ical department The dis General fund--________________ $ 561.06Road i ,

. 5.. 1 tutinz efficient for road fund district No.: 1-______ 24.91 [ 11t J
the
II II II 2...___ 12.00II
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i the -- I
I. :; out increasing ...
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3_______ 204 91 'ift .' t
{ providing more: seagoing oYany : .
YOU WILL EN .
." II 1. .Jl.. .
'. boats 4_______ 38.11 -" (0" e
tl:: '. torpedo, ; by barns, t
of brands \VVraive
II II 535123 our popular '
of seamen and reserve etc ,
.
.
six, );. ; practice and Arni- Game Warden fund ___________ 2-175: them fresh from u. "f.car ;< (' i %f .O4t '
" : quent target rers and that's why "
: i. -at eea.A! cure a Fine and forfeiture_fund.---- San J2 THEYRETAINTHEIRFI\ .Iit
sore Feeding prisoners .: 7o IX) :
revision of criminal ----------
Hope I and are uniform in quali' 1.- > ii:1
breaches of trust in public :Total aro't warrants ifsued-____ $1689.391' djiantpnioke Utter than n <-"" ". f
An international COIlf ..
ones In Hi jht elsewhere.
Board adjourned to meet on .
gration to provide better' Monday in January, 1906.Ay I are from !added tobn- 'or .1 :. t. ..J.'., i /"'lET.
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laws. make an < xquicite MI t\'t'' r. .?
6,212.89 that MM v :,
g A modification of the '
= sion act. and a more 1,991 t RED CROSS PHAhr tV. ,

service in China.Extensioa 8,208.93 'ITUSVILIBOBBINS : :: .' ',cd
;
rs of the civil rs i i

mending the work of the --.Jtll

: Postponement of the 1,806.95 f

coastwise laws upon the 6,401.93 'e3l'

Philippines nntil 1909. "- : One dose of Ayer's Cherry <\ GRAHAM

Hf&.tCK .The fortification of i'
: Pectoral at bedtime prevents CO., KI1!
ternal development of the of children.No .
night coughs
6,401.93 (Incorporated. Paid np Capital 2500000.) J
same basis of citizenship bronchitis. A
are as croup. TITUKV1LLTNTFIErr( > '
S.-7"/- 'continent. This company owns landsin < Itt .;.
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; American citizenship 37.20 Cherry NUTU" ,
,on the St. Lncie River,
Ricans and improvement 9'2.2511 at New River, and on Biscayne R

.; dnstrial and,* 'commercial 4.863.821; Pectoral Bay. and the f";8*>.v > '. ,-t a
X island. \ 705.75 I
1093 ; PRICES TO SUIT THE TI31KS: E. n ',f .
Increased liberality in 518.04! doctor's medicine for all .. .

z,s Fv of franchise question in 19024 g7.gi j affections of the throat bronchial Send for tams ti- ; I

c sessions.' i tubes, and lungs. Sold OrriCESAT :
Elective -
Alaska'and the admission ) .1.8o 25 M;; for over 60 years. I l .;. ,'... e
TITr..nLLI- I a
9.85 "I haft need Aycr Cherry Pectoral la my .
Indian Territory and j famllr for eight,ean. There ii nothing equal 'I
; U7 to it for eongbt and enldi.especially for ehU- ',' < ti
', State and New Mexico tna.-llM. W. B. BM1WR,Shelby,AU.J.C.ATSBCO.. .t;, ... :
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one All dratfUtt..__ for Lewell ..... '. e
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; .for the .Panama canal to .. I
Night CoughsKeep .
4 work of construction: :

A reorganization of
or ad. the bowels open with one of

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:"'''-:!5: ,,'''" '.. ..".".111I.I y.c. :-_" &J1...',lee--'p1..,. iit.J01'. .; You Tei.wdof AnglttF twenty' feet'. high adare, ;aow County )making: ,the fourth' largest Ida came. in .over the. b.'l. last' wade \ !i' -
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.4. its arc anal tell you tko :Thetfruit is wonderfully: evently' digtribnted ; '.
Daytona"The best general display, tea tuo, Jupiter Narrows T.he.)torida .t ,,-
;t : c ion..Mt k fff over the, trees and one tree '
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Itbe., :g1!en by:theG'Delaod: I,Choral .. :1'>>::&smwTco.: would be" dl1Icult to'another distinguish that any It County making the sixth largest andbest with a dra g tof fi1.'e' 'feet, seem' Fla '

;, -t !,i8' ..t--Ja., .1)tt4: l' ; general display, Lee, .$100, dlplo- Inches. .
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;;"' f .' ,':'1t: 7*' _,.'YeDU10. ,. : p.remalns.t.f; '.be'r..t t.. and Fa$,. Pura. of the thousand. Eighteen or twenty me and,green ribbon. I It came 111 a.t the Inlet' without. .a = .
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tIng the crop oft witch, as It was run.
: : county, $500 and diploma conversation, with the captain err. : :
. fig, Promised fully 6000 .boxes of 'N ,
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-i : Sumner BLangforl: a young white products, Marion coun- the Florida Capt. MCCarthy .learned'
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r % fatalaeatlytirenty millfoaYeet.1 mangy, who'resides'. a. few' mles from years ago Mr. Beecham secured this ty, 12S0l.rid' diploma. that in 'coming' in at the wet they

.i:<,;!. >- ; -0; -, '_ :Dutton. Alaehua'county,:tr. attfCJtingto. Vegetables, Manatee county, $100 found a depth_o(.noqess'than thirtees .
and
fromh grove the season
that
epottti raI1wky;camps crop. was '
'. : on catch 'a freight. train that was' running .- but 600 and diploma. feet of water at:any place. on .the bar Hand
"lOti..,(, tle'ey':, :-eat:extension su. .l,'\hat- -the -backrard, Wedneadar was the boxes. ThIs indicates not only Tobacco, adsden county, '$%0 and the tide had been'running'out'say or

rt i orers;are well-fed-Lid car t tor., Wrow.n ,under: a boxcar 'ant, his body but that possibilities much of orange growing, diploma. more than an hour.

fJi TFrQm'Aprll: .22d to Octoher'15th It isrsstIailed cut completely Ii two, also one hand fertllizer.mu'st f care and considerable' Manufactured Industries Htusboro The Inlet 'Is probably better t cD-

.'; that:'Lee,'Desoto:and""lIan cut 04 and one arm cut off, besides his. cause such a.plentltul, have been given it. to county. ,. $100 and-4lploma,.. dition:now than It has been for years,;

..$1\1.tr,\.;..... :.ales::COUAUQI..haver- .....j ,recelved.$500,000. "b''dy: being badly erushelf. ,f Reporter. Jleld.-orlando "Live stock Marion. county, $250 and and the depth given above will allow. G

\:>' "4 o<;;.: fort&taaU'" ?; '! '.:.'" J lire.' WW :.Connell, .'Ybo.U' 8 gear The, casino diploma boats of considerable draught to casc t

: _''i''De'. 'ne10 ireighta Warehouse of the Carr. went to the spring half'a 'mileaway and bowling alley at Cereals, Marion county. over the bar;New Smyrna Bre u=. : -
i,1 ); .J'1oj1cIajEut'.Coa Railway; at.Day Amelia, Beach, Fernandina, were destroyed -
to get some water and on her re- Poultry HUlsboro county. .. .1200 and
1ifE tona''hea: = been. completed. by .fire early Saturday morning f
$ It
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Hides
diploma Lot
turn she saw' the. house was on 1I.re Big of'Gator .

:> :: Yure'-190;-- .'.br" ,40' feet: She kno ked'. the door 111 to get her which. To taken this was added, a feature, Marion county, in addition to receive "Bur' Brown came to town IaawIrday .
,In
.gi; i.4'monsteZ- fireproof building to cost children she had t locke In the house, property disaster connection, assumed the with form the lug the first prize, .carried off man, from. his ,store In,the BIg Cpress ,,..

ay. J.- 9200,000"willl6e;8rected.n.P I' bu the fire had gat so far sbe could not of tragedy James others. with' three teams of twenty-pne- q

i: son, the site ofa:. .portion of the burned rescue them and the two' were burned who with Nightingale: colored oxen. HIs load consisted,of'385 'gat ::' '

1 t& ,:dist t'on' Palafoz': >Ltreet: to' death. She' burned.'hepnt3r his family, were in Huge task
: was severely charge of the beach feet, 1,217 'gator hides, round skis;,
:;; '" property during It \,"R II hn p. task to undertake the
Z' Anew. hotel II to be built on Hawlrs ,' Unlted,States Marshal Gore hear skins and turkeys 5,200 poundS' '
': the winter months, .died during the core "f Ol1ch a bad case of kidney disease ; y.b
...PartBi;, between Daytona and New who went to the extension camps of raging' the fire, though. not from its as that "r f' F. (f'1-oIlit, of Chemkee, Ia.. in alL "Bill" 'and his caravan left.then lE

'": ,Smyrna" ,; 'tlat'wm" : oPen. up another the FrE: .O!'nalIway' the keys seyeral ffects.: He had been very III for some but Electric Bitters did it. He writes: next ,day, carrying with him 5reo

k ..feUr.East. 'Coait.resort .to hinter.-. vls 'days ago; returned Wednesday time;,and'on that night his famIly was not"My sit kidneys on a chair were without so far gone a cushion I could; pounds, or the biggest load,ever clts'lied -

/Jtori. sight, .bl'lllgin& prISoners Charles watching with him for the end. When and suffered! from dreadful backache, out of Fort Myers over this road

.*'Tarpentlne#Qperaton' Asaociatioa Ferguson and Robert, Glender, whitemen It became known that fire ad broken headache, and depression. In Electric This Is the eighteenth, trip "Bill" .has:
'tail(meet IA JacksonviUe Decembar6th eharged'with ; Bitters, however, I found a cure, and hy the m-1rf
selling Uquor.wlth- out ud was even then, beyond the them was restored to perfect health.I made In past four :years, _
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,. '.aed, 1UJ:3. Prgminentspakea s out a Ucenae., pile of the men was op- possibility of such check as might recommend this great medicine to a total of 12,800 miles,.or more that

t: be present from different. parts .of eatiJ1g' a boat. and ,the other on have.been in the limited' all with weak kidney!, Jiveror stomach." the distance of the earth's dlametec',,
; .. .' ., power of the
f. < Guaranteed,Red
;: {the.....c:.,r.F tij.C land... A. quantity of liquor was also few persons out at the beach at that !jc. Cross Pharmacy price He has been trading with the Indfans

'.Customs cofeetionsfor the'month' seized and'brought here as evidence.Miami time, the dying man was hastily mov- for the past twenty years and bass .

,$ of NovemberY. Tampa were .$148I ,- -: ,Metropolis ed out into the open, and there, amid Big Transfer of Timber Lands worked up a good business With tr

::1165:71itgainst's178,171A4. for,the 'precedtag The John B; Stetson University football the. raging of 1I.re and the wind and The large transfers of'" Umber. land Red Skins. Regardless of his l&r'g' __

,. < 4-mOl1thfand' 915&U0323. for NO. team bas won the football 'champtonshlp storm of the sea, hIs life went out for naval stores and lumber purposes business he Is hardly able to supply u

sEr .ember.. 'i'1904.. of the State of Florida. Its are becoming so numerous t>lat one them. "BUr' .will return agaIn In t

'The'three mpAthV fishing season at team played an Intercollegiate sched AD Emergency Medicine .must arise early In the morning these about sixteen days, or just before the-

,Punta Gorda:bas closed and 1\ that ale arid also the strong Jacksonville For spi ins, bruises, burns, scalds and days to get In to ow. hustling real holidays. ., with a load of otter. aat1
similar '
time 114: carloads .0fles..1t lave been team, and was not scored on In a sin- IU Chamberlain's injuries, there Pain is Balm'nothing It 80 soothes good estate men. One of the best handled 'gator hides.Fort Myers Press.

ahfl'pe: .A car,contains at ,least 24- gle game. The Stetson baseball team i. the wound and not only gives instant re.lieC sales of the season was dosed Wed-

4; oe0 pounds:;, last spring won the baseball cham- from pain, but causes the parts to nesday by Messrs. W. D..Holden and

.Pat pionship, winning fifteen games out of heal in abOut one third the time required S. S. Griffin In which 50,000 acres of ForThiii.Babies
who has
.Capt., Higgins, a fine by the. usual treatment. Sold by Red ,
I sixteen played. Editor George Cross Umber lands In DeSoto county were
.; iron just aeroia the river from Astor games Pharmacy.
at Voluafa, ,has::an estimated crop of w. Wilson, of the Times-Union, has sold to New York parties for the com-

3,000 ')0x58.:of oranges which 'he has presented the championS with a. Immigration Bureau. fortable sum of $145,000. These lands .

sold to a BostOn Arm at t2 a JOX f. 0. b. trophy cup. (Southern Farm Magazine of Baltl- comprise the holdings of the Consumers' :- -

more for December. Supply Company, of Moffit,
a% -Tavares. Herald. R. T. Fadden was arrested last )
DeSoto county, 23,000acres belonging
The fury in the trial at Marianna of Saturday for the alleged Violation .pf Most of the Southern States have .
to M. O. Overstreet and 13,000 the : Fat is of great account
'W. p. ''wun&ll18 for killing Edward the ordInance ,reqiurlng. persons selling some sort of official: charged with the
property of M. M. Smith A Co., the
;
.Dansb IA Pensacola, brought 1D :1 ver'b shells, curios, Jewelry and other duty of bringing Southern resources two latter firms of this clty.-orlando to a baby ; that is why

met'of.murder. ::111 the first degree with merchandise on the water front to pay to the attention of the rest of the Reporter. babies' fat. If

a recommendation to -mercy. a license of $250. Mr. McFadden con. world. In a number'of wes this work are your

% .A large garage Is to be built immediately tends that the ordinance Is unconstitutional for Immigration is. only subsIdiary to Longest Bock Road In the South baby is scrawny, Sco'U"s

.' bl, the Florida..East Coast'RoteI'l'Comp&D.1 and, It Is understood, 'will other tasks and consequently does not The Miami correspondent of the Emulsion is what he

w: at Palm Beach and carry the matter to a higher courtThe producee. the results which other circumstances TImes.Unlon says that by January 1st

hundreds ofititomobues: will be seen case came up before Mayor Smith JusUfy. But there Is not Dade county will have the longest wants. The healthy babSJ .

w' at this- Queen of c resorts next: season. last Saturday, but at the request of a Bfhgle'Southern State which can itf stretch of rock road of any State
stores fat what it docs
Mr. McFadden was continued until ford to do without an Immigration bureau as
r A of Incendiaries used the south of Mason's and Dixon's lint.
gang
torch' freely' at Warrington, a small such time as his attorneys can.be pres- liberally supported by the Legislature There now remain but four and on&- not need immediately for '
and conducted businesslike
upon a -
GazetteNews.The
town Pensacola, early Friday ent.-Daytona half miles more to build, and the road
=
I.pr' basis, like that In Maryland, bone and muscle. Fat
: morning with the result, that eve first solid carload of lettuce to will be completed from Miami to West
which hu been able to show as an ef- "-
iz 'bousea. were deatrole4. An attempt be shipped from Alachua county, and feet of the expenditure of $15,000 at Palm Beach, a distance c1 slxty-ltx babies are happy ; they do

4 : was made .to' burn the town.The possibly the State, for the season, miles. Add to this the sixteen miles
YY least 4000 productive additions to the not cry ; they are rich ;; i
from Gainesville already completed from Miami to Cut.
went forward over
1 convention of railway State's
pasaen. population, having a potential
: 'gee fI aad freJlht agents' from lines the Seaboard Air Line Wednesday.The productive value of not less than let, ed it makes a continuous stretch their fat is laid up fog

. 4 south of the Potomac and Ohio rivers consignment was by the Armour $4,000,000 a year, to say nothing of the of rock road elghty-one miles long. time of need. They are

and eats of the Mississippi river, will Car Line, via Seaboard Air Line and actual cash invested br them 111 pur- This road will be a perfect dream for .

be held In Tampa begbmlng January comprised three hundred and eighty- chasing farms. Such a bureau Is a the automoblllst, passIng through as happy because they are ,

'3 '16th. The sessions will be held 111 the four baskets of as fine lettuce as wu model for other States, which would It does a great variety of !scenery, comfortable. The fat

..f Tampa Bq HoteL ever grown In the State. The car was do wen to be without an immigration many villages, orange groves, vege- sur.-

consigned to New York, and YU table fields and dense tropical ham- rounds their little nerves
bureau
ti Thursday C. H. Brown and L. rather than to have one merely
made from the farms of the mocks. There will be several automobile
,Humphries, of Suwannee county, and up as a refuge for statesmen out of a job and cushions them. When-
and Point sections. liveries Miami and doubt
Gainesville Rocky at no "
other derelicts
J. -Williams. of Alachua county, or or having nothing '
The growers state that the crop this to after In Palm Beach will add several at that they are those
sold to J. D. Shaw, of Madison; 45,000fit show year year justification scrawny :
acres of timber land near LuravUle.1nSuw&Dllle season of lettuce, peas and beans of Its existence except a lot of essays end. Breakfast at MIami, lunch at hurt #

'. county, and leased ta the while not 80 large as last.year, will bt or speeches gUttering With generalities the Royal Poinciana and evening dInner nerves are at every

laDle party 6,000's more In ,the far superior In quality and so far about the beauties of Immigration at the Royal Palm will be .1 great ungentle to u c h. Theta

(- same' aect1oll. have demonstrated better carrying and the attractions of the State, or a treat to the Northern tourists. From a ?'
quaUtJp.s. The reliable It Is said that delight in Scott's Einul'-
growers are anticipating lot of vague prophecies of the move-, source a large
;1= .A. L. Cox:, of.Lakeland, was locked
up III fall at Tampa for shooting a man good returns from all shipments ; ment into the State of vast colonies of number of winter visitors have arranged sion It is as sweet as I 4
from Middle Florida settlers. to have their machines with
a lA' the leg while they .were standing wholesome to them.
them this winter.A .
4 on aI 'emS>>tJ Jemon 'wateh1Dl the The sympathy of the whole town Dying ot Famine t

the StAte Fa1r Cox said he was roused to a degree of Intensity Certalll Care for i
,faces at Is, in its torments. like dying 01 con- Croup Sand for frro rampl. "
: thought .the'fellow wu trying to pick Monday evening when It was believed sumption. The progJ'fIfIB of oommmption, When a child shows symptoms of

'';t it his pockets and 'shot' him without that Mr. Ralph Canova had lost ,his from the beginning to the very end, is a croop there is no time to experiment
life by drowning, while long torture, both to victim and friends with new remedies, DI matter how highly Be sure thstthls pfcture-tr. .
warning performing the form of a label Is lbe.
"When I bad consumption in iu first they may be reromluended. There is 01 >
t :, Cason of' Columbia count his duties of lighting the beacon near write Wm. M'erIol wrapper of every bottle e 1 l'
W-a stages, : CarlOl!!!. one preparation that can- always be depended + '
Wsi fobbed of t'160 fa a Tampa resort our city wharf. He had tied his boat Md., "after tnioc dlfferen'medicines and opon. It has been in use for Emulsion you bVy ,1

= while atteadmg''State FaIr. Later. to the piles of the beacon and board- a good doctor:in vain. I at Jut took Dr.King's many years and has never been known .
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Discovery, which'qoickly to viz: Chamherlain's Cough Heme:
.00 of the stolen money was found Ing the launch, with Jlr. Peeler and >>
011 f aDd perfectly cored me. relief dYe Mr. Y. F. Compton, oC Market, f t
buried ender a pal>n'tree fa the Tampa Yr. Eddy had accompanied them to and sure cure for congbs cols, lOre Texas, says ot it, "I have used Chamber- t

Bar Hotel crouDda' lack WI llama Jacksonvltte. H1a absence caused throat, bronchitis. eta Positively pre- lain' Cough Remedy in severe cases of I 409.413 FeoN ,f'r.it i I. .;'CvI
alarm and other vents Guaranteed at Red stoop with my children and can truthfully I{.. Y.rk50e.sadSI.00 '
'of Georgia charged .wlth the theft, no solution of the Pharmacy .
:Cross prir.e. 50c and '1.00 a laY it always given_prompt relief." 1.
a 'has been arrested. mystery wu obtainable uW his re- I boUle. Trial bottle free. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. ,' An onlUtrts,._ 1.,

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: ,at" ''.I.t it ie-1 I&of Pie earl a' rJaDI.Tntgh :ffanf:Ji J t theyceittedahedivinitjyof :a > 'CA." --rGTNiuu.. .... .,>. .,"'N 1. .
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start:thlrtyreligious;bodies'are inchid--': Plumbing and Metal WdrlceUlUeS'HARDWARtPMS&OILS '
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"!!" eipresi ithe_feltowshlp:and;unityof
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:;' ; ofland'oa naMaat. Palatabk. Potent.Ta.to Coot Do :
: '; .1 4WUU'.ereI to encourage fellowship tD"reUgl s

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air{ atectlaf fsoon; a F manufacturing;plant "of the law of (Christ In,all home iiP c-:7iL.1 itE t ....,

; a'aa'eilormouaacale.Theimprore; relation'and.:to:assist .in organizing l ,
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-'.' > of the:Illinois Steel company, have,no authority Over the,constituentbodies ,, "Cared Paralytic ,. f

iJk,: ,....#. :61' : -Tlae!plUt.vwin'' : .consist>'of',blast .tar. :: as, to creed,"or: form of worship W.,F Billy, P.o.,Troe, Texas. writes: '" ""

.. p, (:1g"sae r : ,open'.. ."hearth(:. furnaces.. coke. but may advise and..recommend a "My wife had been suffering five years >
c::' t cwlna ........A..L.. : the' with paralysis in her arm when I was
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g;! ," 'of'"steelproducts.It council. wU1"meet' in December, '1908. persuaded to use Ballard's Snow' Liniment SEA' : 4
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J. ;'F was;reportediat>W ItO ;"Pa.;, and ,thereafter onCe every four"years. .. which eared her all frostbites right I have and QUEEN .
also need it for old sores,
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: ''tit the steel;truat'Bid absorbed 80 ,
; The officers ace to be a president, a skid eruptions. It does' the work.n 25c. ,
'. 'OQG uree of coal lands in that section vice president; from:'each of the: constituent SOc and $1.00. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy -

,;' ,, :.rtani; q>ense.of. $1tt'hJi, Is bodies, two secretaries, a and EauGallie Pharmacy. EaaGallieFla.

,ipected,make.the,trust independent .treasurer.and,an exec1 tlve committee '

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.J : 'polnt'ot: popnlerintereetw. "when twenty of the thirty ceremony was scheduled for Ida coun-

::i '-r telldted, by; the jusurance'committee bodies approve it: ty., STEAMSHIP LINES '

: 'iL l firoath testimony of Gage E. Tarben,. The Presbyterian Church South, with After. hurried consultation it was f. 4

;? .qr;; #sittavKqultable's manager of agencies, nearly 250,000 communicants;. General decided to adjourn to a high knoll in A

P WUL:that he-had received ;the agent'scommissions Council Lutheran church and about a the center of Farmer Strlckl ng's farm, -BETWEEN- \

.. :l..l: : ',on policies 'taken' out on hundred minor Protestant bodies remain which extended across the county line. t

-;"Mt11115! .00''life'since be'became vice'pres-3 .unafflliated. There is nothing to The carriages were called and thitherthe SAVANNAH BALTIMORE .
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Jolly bridal party wended its way., :
; : IdeUt'of.. the society. His 'poUcJesJ prevent the Roman' Catholic church .. Vin
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The night wind rustled the leaves of '
amounted from 'Into this -
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: The last of the corn for music, and to' its gentle accompaniment -
he professed to believe, that this day conference resolutions
:; .vat. not rebating. *. were ,adopted amounting to a the Rev.,C. P. Morgan of Direct Connections for i

;f b, Ths'Mutoal ,Eeserve,Llfe.was next. religious and social platform the main Cashing spok > the fateful words. f

11 ;;under. !investigation: Its actuary,.George points of. which' are .uniform divorce Remarkable Cure .
F. '-.5 :A ffldrldge;'telling' how:'the former laws, restriction of intoxicants, private Washington New York: and Boston

'iW'k :'president, E. R:! Harper had received capital for the common weal, ethics In "I was much afflicted with sciatica, ,

il'.1O..centa' on:every $1,000 of Insurance,. education and church icom1t1. In the writes Ed. C. Nod lowaville, Setlzwick
Co., Kan.,."going about on crutches and
"' amounting up$48,000 at the time oft second resolution exception was taken suffering a deal of pain. I was induced to

1.J:: Us death; When Harper was succeeded to the' word' "graft" in denouncing the try Ballard's Snow Liniment which Through tickets on sale at principal points. \fc, '

b7.Frederick E..Burnham part of these corruption in business and politics but relieved me. Accommodations and cuisine unsurpassed.SEND .

;; \ coamlsslbna! ; were' turned over>> to ,a it was; decided to let the :word stand. .;t used three 50c bottles.' It is the great ,' .
g.pedal"or eJ1ow' dog" feid for the Close Communion Abolished est liniment ever used; have recommended FOR BOOKLET. -
'f'tt? 'protecllon'of the it to a number of ; all express -
,- : company In any way The first definite expression of unionto persona
the' fit themselves as being benefited by it.
_; ?.. .. .prealdent'might.. see ''come out of the intercburch confer I walk without crutches able to
now per-
tM- Q&iiiina'Report. Boom Cotton.' ence occurred when twelve delegates of form a great deal of light labor on the ,H. C. AVERY, Com'I Agent, JaeksooTille.

':' l OBJ the strength of the census buM the regular Baptist church and twelve farm." 25c, 50c and $1.00 Sold by Red

< .reau1 report of the amount of,,cotton of the Free Baptists adopted resolu- Cross Pharmacy and EauGallie Pharmacy J. C. WBlmT.! 24 V, P. &?.M., V.P. TURNER 0, P.1., .;

tinned. to NOT. 14 the price of cotton tions declaring that no doctrinal difference EauGallie, Fla.
GENERAL BALTMOHE MD.
;2'advancedNov,15 about 100( points; or such as close communion or OFFICES ,

': .'f; .' *$f, o n i bale; This' means that the open communion, should hereafter pre- For Over Sixty*Yearn.Mrs. .

Y ,.pound rate went up. from- nearly 11 vent their acting together' one de- Windows' Soothing Syrup has

ceaOs: ?to',nearly 12 cents on a pound. nomination. been used for over sixty years by millionsof
Thi trade has been predicting an&000- mothers for their children while teeth. Florida East Coast Railway.

w 000 bale crop," but the I'eP9rtJlbowed ,WEDDING I IN CORNFIELD. ing, with perfect success. soothes the
child softens the all
pain
gums allays
7,498,167 bales. During the day
only about l,500,0io bales hands Bride ..d' Groom Cho.. a Romantic cures wind colic and is the best remedy
w changed at Leal
for diarrhoea. It will relieye the poor Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept 1 IMS. t
Spot For Cercmonr.
.NewTork;and l 1 ph'R Hoadley, who little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists ;

had been conducting a bull pool, real- Under the glow of the November in every part of the world. Twenty-
ik faed-enormous profits running into ser moon and in the midst of a field of several five cents a bottle. Be sOle and ask foruMrs. $OUTN-BOUND-READ DOWN. KOBTH-80UIO-IEAO UP.

eral millions. In an minutes $50,000- hundred acres of uncut corn near Winslow's Soothing Syrup" and
Des Moines la. Earl E. Campbell and take no other kind.Sunshine. No. 90 Yo. STATIONS Ne. 7atNe. sa
4 000 was added-to the market ,raree of Daily Ilk Daily Ddlyi
r the cotton eroP. The Hoadley l syndicate Amber N. Strlckllng were recently -
united 00 p 9 Y __.._Jackeonr111AAA f eo p 8 60 a
Included large number of farmers in marriage at midnight, says: 'n ..
in 6 0' p 9 48 a _--So. Jack80DviUt'.__ Ly 111 II S U a
through the souths Corresponding Des Monies special to the Chicago In : your 015 p 10 db a".. _..._.8L AugUStl __ 110 I' 140 a
I n II 11 SJ ___.BuUDKI___ 4 141 aI
loaM were sustained by tM Price boat ter Ocean. : 10 II 1160 a" __ Ea.C Pitlalka __ "' 4 S4P I U a \
; pool Farmers'in.the Hoadley syndl;' Thl 'ty-five guests had nearly all ar- HomeFiftytwo aO Qm 1215) Ar APiiliiU.a____ LYJO I' 'Ih Qi645p '

r. ute were said to be calling a mass rived at the Strlckllng home when it .. .. .. 112\ alLY ___Palanl_ .._.._ Art/ 10011 1 II a C r828i
: meeting for Dec. 3 to agree to hold out flashed across the bridegroom's mint "'0 200 .__ San JilAk-o__ Ly 1110 __.. ....
n 210 P -.O a IL'f _..._.Ban )dater_.__ Ai" 8 23 p .!.!!! '
t for 15: cents a pound. Following cot- that he had obtained the marriage 11- C
times if assuredto 14! .._ i ii .
a year f 50 P Ly __ NOUg6 __ LY II 110. ,.
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ton's: advance there wail general rise 8 03 P 1147 p" __.__Bunnplll ___ I It II I" af '
4# In the leading speculation stocks. The. The Key that Unlocks the Door |Ito Lang you if you 10 II 1:1: 6.i II ".. __ Dupoll'.._._.... J 11 it 119 a
Living 0 8.1 P 126 P __ _.OrmoDI1___ S 10 II 'II a .
.mo 1eJ stringency of last week has disappeared Qt" 113 pIli P ____Da'C''nl. .__ I 00 II l n. ...
The men of eighty-five and ninety years 8 CK pIn II .."'? _Port Orange t 10 P 436s 1di
as Wall street banks were of age are not the rotund well fed, hut READ TAe SUNThat 9 25 P 113 pAr, _._._..New BmJl'IlL-.__. 130 II 11C a "

able td restore their reserves.RELIGIOUSi. thin, spare men who live, on a slender 111 21 as" p Ar _LakeBeleD..__ Ly its II 110 II. .,
'w' 103t a 51 __ __ U IS 1 Ii
diet. Be careful he will a p Orange City II II
as however ,
as ,
f 1045a 4 00 P 'I M? .Orange City luocUoo_ 12 10 P 1 'I P
a man past middle age, will occasionally illustrated weekly _._. ...__ n '
I paper L- t S5 P 221 p'LY ? ? .clew 8myrna. Ly 190 II 4 Ob a .
.m' eat too much or of some article of food C""" 100011 251p .. _.... Oak B1Ur.. .. U& II lit I .,
'..J... 1 \ not suited to his constitution and will printed in Jacksonville and 10 39 p 3 SO p Ar ---- TUuSYUle --?.-. Ie 1 11 II 100 a b fAIt
""' t' ., need a dose of Chamberlain's Stomachand C 00 a.... ..__. Ar ___ Ihmford! _..._. Ly 10 00. 1000
-' # : Jrtoy'a Big Revival On. Liver Tablets to cleanse and invigorate published everywhere.A. Q __...._ 10 00 a LY __.,__....... Sanford _... Ar -.... 9 00 a 0JO
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.n: la many of the larger cities of New Jersey' his stomach and regulate his liver 39 P -SS!) pLY _..._ Tic ravine .. L'f.. 115 II a 00 a ::I
:t ,-s: a revival has been started through ) 1118 II 4 07 P W_ _CncOL____ 1134 p 9191
and bowels. When this is done there ia t" ..
1122 P 413 p .. xkledjre___ 12 30 II 2 1. a -1
J ; > the efforts "ot'th Rev, Dr. J. Wilbur no reason why the average man should K. Taylor Q 11 63 II 445p .. ...__Eau Oa111e.__ 1184 1 141a ;t

;:,' Chapman. The local churches' are'acting not live to old age. For sale by Red U 12 12 61 05 a A 5 414 ll P P .Ie. _?___...__.Ueloourno.Sebastian _....._._.._ .". 11116.1145 a. 14 1 a.61 a a .k.

generally In harmony with the Dross Pharmacy.TJuMostValuabUSttof. 139 8 6 2J p .. _._..8'LucI6_..___. 1011 a 1100 0 t S.C e

r movement The entire state has been. f Makes the cartoons and all the boO 719 155 a 8 II 7 Oi Up"P .. ?. ..?.n._Fort Tibbals Pierce.?._. _. ".. 10 i II SO alII' 1132 is P II CIa

mapped out into revival districts. andnoonday' other '- 9 23 a 112 I' .. ...._.......__Eden___ 8 2G ai'11111 II
meet- pictures. 2 28 a 117 p ___ JIIDIt'IO. ?..._...._ ... 9 21 1113 p NC
;N VtcU and Sott- ) 2 89 Ii 1 28 P _..___ .Stuart __ 911 .i 11 0& p IQ
ings for business Building Books tixr Pdhs 4. C1I S 01111 56 P ____How Sound__ Ie 8 U & JO II P
men are ; 321 a 814 I' ..-..__.....Weoot Juptter____ a 94 a110, It P tj
RUDDERHOWTO Claude "4 4 OJ al 161 II __West Palm DtjlllCb___ T4 i 8 UP'"
being held. Dr. L'EngleIn 4 32 al,, 919 II .. .??._. ._.Bfiynt.on?? __ a f 20 aI' .18 P ,
Chapman him- BOOKS ,J t t2 a,; 9 39 I' .... ___- Delray_._...__ I. 1)0 al 9 011 II Qe
C1I 6 3'1 "I:0 21 p ___.Fort Lauderdale__ 614 811 P
self began with Over boats have been built from the fine w: G f6 a 1. 30 P, _..__n Dl\nl" ...?____ ." 610 8 01 p v
; a great meetingat printed 3000 in these books-SucccttfuUy sailed in pungent editorial paragraph:? 5 bN a'10 n p/ ...__. ..._.Hallandale n.. G bd al T.' P 04
and Full detail 0 6 :4 al11 f\1 p'' __.. -.Lem n CltT,.___ 5 :4 a 'fJ II .
at Jersey City, every drawing 41ime yt" after which he bow to make it-Text extremely simple. need attention.
G* Daily ,
was heard in HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $SO EI. IIIESTE.-\D EXTENSION Dp: ,
Paterson New- NtoetsmwatbtatLrhearIobaU ;fnatt an b m *r Sun 8u. .
,weep; good neicg bat for a Iwto lean the bottom IB.
ark' and else- WARM, BRIGHT FACINATINGLY 8 00 a LY ____.....?.. Miami__., n. A __ I ao p
- :,r where. His principal HOW A CM TO.hat BUILD for atternm..a.lia A SKINACK jr or kftoctiu boat h CLEVER 10 SJ a I_--.__.!Ar ?.__....Homestead..??.__ LYj___ 100 II T
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'/ lkokl it.r llMbrrnnrtitjfal ckerrnr buUtiilouporcMrig I
associate Is ; full plaza aid picture*of completed boat '
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the noted singing HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP No.13No.l1 No. 10 IN'o.I' Na. '* X. sa
t-: J. Wilbur Chap- evarseUst. Nat ixccmful rmciwr markfaw ever ......,' yrfarinaer Sun. Sun. Daily Ex.MAYPOP.T RRANTIT Daily ,,... VallI
the SunIf
:. man. i AA.Ii&. sad ABrtraBa; esq Ie feuid| au That's Only308p Only Sun. Only M
W. 8. Wooden. N wta rttb.140W -- '" -
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Altogether about, 125 evangelists and TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH 2 Ce II 10 10 a 00 p 8 20 a LT Jacksonville..-- At T 49 a 11 30 p 1 SO pinp -
a singers are engaged.l In all the districts Id Slrnpl I.,_aDd wuA prmrtkul Ulm< H 28 a Ar _.8o. Jackw.rLle..._ Ly T 37 a imp1160a _._
you pay paper 340p 10 Ma 41 40 p64ip 8 69 a -Pablo H.-ach_ T05 a 4 W P _
u union meetings are being held HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT 345p 10 55 a 9 04 a _.Atlantic B,-ach.... .. TMa 1143 a i 4> p __
A U. all armnd traufau boat: good catte .ssa.a. can read THE SUN too .. Mayport 4iallWft,
.yk; at some central point all the churches ubrt adUbl tat shatWw .a -... ] loop 11,10 a 7 00 p 920s --. [ i9p|--

Assisting and the choirs being! combined HOW TO BUILD ASMOAL-DRAUGHT.LOO. WITHOUT EXTRA Exrr Nss I

into large choruses. AUijether 'A....little tailing boat,with Boderat .mtM t aarf
: : -U..a r- PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS) AT MUMl
'. it la the most imposing crusade the
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HOW TO BUILD A fLATTIC OR SHARPIE Ask us or write us and
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: state has ever witnessed. .Paterson tuj to 1'1I.:41;utrrtlliDIf straight;just Uw enft for a Vo)
_' to laps wk;caa.U boUl t.jr ehaaplr otaw atoop w.*elg Close Coanectloa Made at Miami with Steamship of the P. i O. S. S. Consaay For
held
a big religious service was in one

7 of the principal saloons and next day HOW A tonplete TO BUILD dscyipna A UOCCL of bow 10 bird YACHT....w, ;....U- We'll tell how. HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
meetings;were held in the big plant of tt skiff sad ia sad ag modcla.: you .

& the American Locomotive works; where $1. "
-4,000 men are employed. The'silk mills PRICE EACH HOUISTER'S These Time Tables show the limes at which trains mar be eipnetod to arrive at and depart
MCMIO T carious AHTWHIRC Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets from the serrral station. but their arrival or<1"ptrtur"at the times stated U B'"t aaranwatf
will.be'treated in the same:wayv. 'Bound In clod .;.GoId Jeu* n-Siie ofpta, nor la this Jotr oany hi be held reepooslbia for.tny rays any con eqUtlDcee arblDc"rtCrom
Jtedlaiu ftr 'oole.IdIp .
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Qo1da Etaitk aid Kumi Pieta
'I The plan for a"f ederal council of the THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. A for Lire
r '' apedfie Constipation Indigestion For Copy of. the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
:, cfovifches', of Christ m America"-:was ,e IIV.UT BTMBT Mm Yo.... u. .. A". and Kidoer Trouble.Pimple*. Eczema Import:

a''" p..,. almoal"unanimously t.' adopted; by. the, 'f ,ists i Cat lw d B.gff. Blood and Backacha.Bad Breath. U1Bo ShinOb yMJuotaiaTetmtth BawaU, Helacb "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." .
delegates the interchurch t.'On{ ceI t Y ifea let form a., c'oU box. Genuine made by

.< .: Gn 'federation at New York The only Houirrn Ditca Coxriirr, Madison,'wia. J. D. RAHNER, Asst. QenM Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.. .
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.t : 1. N I- J'c ;!. i .tpCONi sw.the",lutauthrepodMof day,that 'ttie",agreement 'Wc'signed 'Repeating Shotgun, :These: are sold within/roach a4- .s :
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Vii :> : B iIIC1tei Genesal'p e7} abe + 2,000 Japanese soldiers made;a .demonstration :dalmoa evetybody'a e. nci are. we; strong, reliable. m in4:'
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.K.>-., ::. ... :; .. ;> "' ,},.Jr: ,t: of Bed oe tha i PbWpm jio ."tos .and'i'Japanese. soldiers patrolled tha .aremsdela ii sad s4'gaage; Step-info a Puri ''stole and eamone.'

,: fir." ;l.M :Hnbbdr8;;, ,Tr.;:"who. .. it the army;the nave and the for* street ,lt was freely charged that' ,a :.. ,''UE: ,.. __ ..,..."., ..'.fet fcf arC fur tv 1IJr.IllufHtI4..uzocu. '

::!, riu__..'.f.tohaft'J st era. of.the. lehindwltti'coal foe. M8yeara.CpepnaI majority of the" Korean :cabinet',,:was WINCHESTER 'REPEATlNQ ARMS C0.. NEWHAVENCONtd,! -

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Ji'.';>-I.'I..it.. ..: ....1111...I Rf w-t.,._:_: ...ate urged, safely;;,to greet to appropriate $rAOCJI'tO bay, ;the means of, cash ,bribes. The'minorityretired ,T- 1' I
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i ;.; 'goyernment : were
da;, c.I!" .V'. Htso4'l. .... wason Do You Want to Know ill About the
t-- -: March next' ;TJM Island of ministers and thusthe'agreement
=. rvlHk h lattlrlsa .' _hia;fatal trip In 1 year. through" ,friendly -
J fj-'W"fI'J,("'.Jt f'I.g.-'f- ..'*ft "" JS03.Mrs.HnbtBot ;Batan off.the sootheast coast:of Lo- bad' the color of legal .
.'., ""! : :.. Ion: Afpres t',the:;'coal"'needin'thePhrppinesic0aieifro ; form. Japanese 'garrisons'will be sta.tloned'at .

...q kT-..>,. >rv;'t'>;.,'"<:,d >' :;;:*.,.ibaa'.!.,. .,.bard, :revealed,,_, '>. only. Japans' %.t :1rWirai u'.'Australia' -*and' important, places.. EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? N

; TU 'kty'Defia the Powers. .
the secret' of .
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.J, .: .. ::. 1; I i'her. husband's. ._....ltati'E. Europa'TheGeraiari The sultan Turkey,' having taken Especially regardinjr Fruit Growing,Trucking and

"'', failure' but has'completed : postoflke department Iserecting'yd positive stand galnst/'conceding'. the General Farming If so, subscribe for 'h,.:......... _
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: \ the : (:telegrapb tation right of European powers to dictate

i'U i :work.which; he at Norddelch' which is expected to cover the finances of Macedonia, the' International FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKEB.

..:.,! 1 11.r. x r ;begun in' locat- a circuit of.not' less,than 932 miles fleet composed of English, .

': t rt} Jng the headVatefs or practically>:the, entire area' of. Eu- German French,, Italian, and Austrian PRICE 25.CENTS PER ANNUM.. ,

.1l..Q .l 'of. two. rope. Norddclch' is a a : western point of the German empire to proceed Nov. 24 to out ADDRESS,
... iw. :., 1, :'. "of.the moat Important carry
and. it,is also 'the terminus of the-Pros- the mandate of, On the '
< Kz" '': g :" livers the. powers. I E. V. BLACK!AN, Editor, MIAMI, FLORIDA, .
sian railway 'system. The towers of
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In,; Labrador, other hand Bulgaria has resolved to I.
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: the the station are to be 213 and 2,500 feet march troops in Macedonia unless the '

'and' Nascapee high, .iThefoandatiou3': have:;alreadybeen demonstrations of the allies bring : : '
wr J' ;ii;!. b the George; laid and 'it" is expected that it THERE IS MONEY IN -k f.
i:l, '1 '#. which baye about order and reform. The sultan intimated -
sever will.be In,operation by the first of.theTrain that the might be bet.
before been mapped: Mr. ,Hub powers _
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W.: bard's'mistake was in leaving Grand 1 5 ter engaged In preventing massacresin GROWING( ( GINSENG( ( ,. :: .. .T

..-Make when he ascended the Susan'river Auditoria UM AHan,, Russia than in acting with Russiato I ,.. :
1'"toatead A set of tram auditors prevent outrages in Macedonia. -
of:thezNucapee,:,which enters. or watchmen '
: $i>"titt'laa three'mUel .away,:.hidden by has been'pJacedjon the passenger trains Russ an ,Peasants Now' Rise Prof. Howard, of the Missouri State Agricultural profits says: "I t'.':. 4 : '
: advise American farmers cultivate .
to Ginseng. Big, are realized. :,: -.Jit
'an island.. ;This mlatake'led him Into of the Chicago and Alton.It will-be ;
} -'c: : Emperor. Nicholas presided at the '
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[ I1a hardy plant, and is easily arown.-A. bulletin issued by thePennsylvania {
.
:( th.' barren country., Mrs. Hubbard their duty to check the,collections of _
;< first full meeting of Count Witte'scabinet State College in part says: "The supply of native Ginseng <.:.<
ji"
e> successfully ascended the Nascapee. ticket" : and money by the conductor. and signed two new decrees, 'root is rapidly diminishing, and the price per pound is correspondingly ... .::'c :

touted'tbebpdeaterof the George The :Alton,expects;to. make a big .saving one for freedom of the press and the u creasing, while the constant demand for the drag in China stands as a tt.sgnarautee
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\an4 desceaded it.to TJngava bay,where ,IA tbisway.. ; I other for freedom of assembly. These of a steady market for Ginseng in the future."-Consul Gen,7.' ,. '. '
she?remained at;the Hudson bay tort '- had previously been promised but they era! Rublee, of Hong, Kong, says in the U. S. Consular reports:' 'The 't'O:
sale of Ginseng root in America is large here, and the de- '
Fmmtliheeompanyt'steamer for grown very ; '
t1 : : came r FOREIG'N'London's were not made into definite administrative ",
mand is so great that much more could be disposed of advantageously. .
fun She traveled 550 miles by canoe orders. At the time it .
same was The root is as indispensable to the four hundred million Chinese as is > x
,and portage in,that wild, almost uninhabited Unemployed Parade.'Ths .. intimated*that the czar had decided to their rice." :,3 .

: conntry; .h : grant universal, equal and secret suf
attention of the British public
Vrf' fcXB.S JT Srr-
i&d.Hhe' A' ; frage.. Ginseng is a staple on the market the same as corn, wheat and cot '
ter1tSSSO has been called to/the increasing
;} aihit J r,, : ataed Datas, whop oncemore, Following the discontinuance of 'theworkmen's ton. The present market price varies from $6.00 to $8.50 per pound, .
the
restlessness. great mass
while the cost of producing is lees than $150. It is to and f.
strike the agrarian movement easy grow
"I... "!4wderful memory,' has of poor, people existing in their'midst requires very little ground. An acre of matured Ginseng is worth e

sold bte:brain. tp'a syndicate'of Amelean'brato by. the demonstration. of about.. lOjOOO became alarming, and in the cen- 140,000. There is room in one's garden to grow several hundred dollars' ., y
ipidsllata>ibe' dissected unemployed men'' and women, 'who tral provinces many of the present con- worth each year. The plant thrives throughout the United States and y

) :by them after<:his death.3.He says the marched through the streets of Londonto scripts refused ,to take the oath unless Canada in any soil or climate that will grow garden vegetables. ,We sell -

: doctors-have.((come,to" ti>e:conclusion .Hyde park 'where they listened to lands were given to them. By a scanty roots and seeds for planting purpose, and can show you how to make ..'

r :that bit.brain must atjeast; &eventy speeches and adopted resolutions summoning majority "of twenty the zemstvo con- money growing Ginseng. There are two planting seasons, spring and 1 '

::" ounces'.which is:rlxonncee'more 'parliament' to initiate worksof gress at Moscow accepted the first sections fall. With each order we !give full instructions how to plant and care .. ; -
for the garden., You can get a good start in this business for a small
of the drafted by the
i han'timheariestbrain: : .ever:weighed national utility: On the march they programme outlay and soon have a nice income. Send two-cent stamp today for I-
I t otOnrier;the French naturalist. carried red and banners .executive committee, declaring agree-
: .. -- flags among literature telling all about this wonderful industry.BUCKINGHAM'S .
I. ment with the czar's manifesto of Oct.
which occurred this
irhst Tii: ei'rlFiootleg. frequently inscription -
30. A demand was made for the immediate -
: "Curse dlarltJl! It ia work
your
During: "
the recent
experiment conducted I.
abolition of martial law in
by .M >Berteaux. ;the French we wantr. ..It. was' only two weeks Poland. GINSENG GARDEN '
since the wives of the unemployed,
'? minister of.war,'in the Lebaady'dirigible The workmen's eoun.cil'ln calling off .
arrytDg'their children
leading or starving -
balloon, aerial torpedoes were dropped
the Industrial strike asserted that a
marched to Premier Balfour's GROWERS AND EXPORTERSi
:with det.411"11'om a height
great victory had been achieved and .
demand .
for their
house
to measures relief.
.
j of 400 feet to the erth at targets twen- that the lives of 1,500 Cronstadt mutineers .
Since'hen'the has started
rY :ty-five '' aNa'"agaare: :, :It was found : f queen to which had been saved. The prospectsof ZANESVZJ.z.E; OHIO
fund the
for ,
that the airship could travel from thir- a poor many :
popular support for Count Witte
and people have
tf/i.J; m c a-nve'remain to forty In'the Jdlometers air at an hour least and six, contrib prominent tect.. It has wealthy reached $400,000. grew brighter,from day to day, and the
could government was taking a firmer stand The Engine is the Heart of the Boat ;

ff' hours ,It. rote'ieasily., to. a ,height ,of Balfour's.'Resignation Expected. in 'consequence. The extreme revolutionists -

.15.000.. .teet'm!'enabled the passengers Two of the leading Tory newspapers .declared they would 'now devote Don't have a good boat 'with
to take;photograph*.of, batteries and strongly urged the resignation of Premier .
E their energies to preparing a,universal a bad heart Don't spoil a vacation
would'have been useful 'In'Tlew of the
whidb Balfour split
t ,hoops-
political strike to sustain their
or a cruise because of
in an attack on the town.. The balloon among the Unionists over the fiscal when the national assem- a '
programme
"fr ,motor' :was of forty horsepower, and policy advocated by former ColonialSecretary.Chamberlain bly meets. They expect to be aided by poor, uncertain engine. Regal '

the envelope, or, gas bag, had two and it was re- the famine and the plague.MISCELLANEOUS. marine engines are four cycle .

't- i 'thicknesses of. silk Joined with a, coatIng -, garded as only a matter of a day or automobile type with jump

.;} of liquid rubber, which reduced two when the cabinet met before the spark ignition. Rated 1J h. p., .

:2 the loss of gas to 2 per cent: a.day. It premier would retire and succeeded. I I II h 3 h. p. and 5 h. p. in single cylinder "

'j was'' found that this envelope .had 'az by'the Liberal leader, Sir Henry Camp- .i 8 h. p. and 15 h. p. in

quality of :elasticity such that bullets'c.elther bell-Bannerman. The latter is knownas Jewish. Relief Near a Million. double cylinder, and 30 h. p. in

: did not perforate it at all or a stanch adherent to home rule. The American national fund for the four cylinder engines.

;{ made such: small holes that the escape Norway's King, Hiukon: VII, relief of the victims of Jewish massa-

-. of gas wu then negligible, the wound Prince Charles of Denmark having cres in Russia has passed the $800,000 -Write for nearest tgenl- t

: Often'ctoaiM entirely after the passageof accepted the offer of the throne of Nor- mark and is expected to reach a mil Don't make any kind of arrangement }
of tbt'ballTt a height of 200 to 600
way as made in lion. about aa engine until I
yards' the artillery In motor cars was
person by a parliamentary Accident you we our catalogue 12. .
j unable to bit the balloon, and altogether -
committee

t' 'S it ,waa bj declared loon bid that met for successfully war purpofet'thii to Christianla, proceeded and The Southwestern steamer St. Hilda Railway of the company London, Regal Gasoline Engine! Co, Coldwater, Mich.

alT the tew. and, that it''was a new In the royal while on its way to a French port, was Aim manufacturers of the famous Regal Stationary Engines. f fJ
totally wrecked on the pontes, and 123
tad dreadful acqulslUon.M
: yacht accompa-
persons were drowned. She was within
Y nied by his wife 100 yards of the Jardln lighthouse.The f.
I INDUSTRIAL I and threeyearold '
Norwegian steamship Turbin
N son. He was wrecked on Mud island, Nova 8BA13ARD
takes the title
:;4 New' York.Buffali'Macadam.' of Haakon VII., Scotia, her crew of eighteen men perishing .y
co-operation with the New York with her. .jWMJ
la thus connecting i
: i state engineer's department the counties '_ with the last The German torpedo boat 8-126 col- AIRLINE RAIL S7 A Y_

of, the# state are,expected to begin \Ur viking ruler ofF lided with a cruiser during maneuversat
Keil and sank. One officer and thir- '
road construction under '
4 an era.of good :- i1' Norway in the -FOR-
by ty-two seamen were drowned.At .
$50,000.000 propoaldon:approved
t e fourteenth cenlacy. -
; tie people on election day.' One feature King Haakon m His wife Glasgow, Scotland, a fire startedin Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines, I '

) v of this pftyramme is a continuous becomes Queen Maud and his son the a tenement house got beyond con- Richmond Washington Baltimore.
macadam highway from New York to trol while thirty-nine people were burn- \
of
Crown Prince Olaf Messages congratulation 1
; miles of I ed to death and scores were Injured .
New York
t sixty-six Philadelphia
? Buffalo, 1 Alrea have been sent to the young :

Y such a 'road have.fceen: completed.. king by President Roosevelt King Edward -

4 .Railroad to'BUry Its Wires.'z : and other rulers. King Haakon TWO ELE \XTTRAIXS DAILY. i '' '

The Pennsylvania railroad has decided is in his: thirty-third year.

to experiment with Its telegraph system Korea Yields to Japan. SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL. I'

&'s % laying action of its wires un- The government of the Hermit KIng- JFERRY'SrSEED : \

p'* >rground' to avoid trouble from :wind dom was virtually transferred from II

# >jnd snow In the winter time. The Seoul to T*>kyo on Nov. 20, when.Mar- MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. :.

#, 'Ttostal Telegraph company will cooperate quis Ito and Baron Hayashl,.In"Seoulas '

:' in the test fast of Pittsburg.Theifla the representatives of the mikado ONLY LINE ; 'fJ'

t Gold Output and backed by a powerful military IftkeMrtayteldofvaatkyu ,

f if ,Tbtgeologlcal survey 'puts the pro- force, compelled the Korean cabinet to TBTT'quality. they WIleD were rhea the tuber bm ptanted on the Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaLs. i I Ii i

ductlon'of country during sign the agreement for a Japanese protectorate been
: gqpd In this market bat they uva ImprovBowtr i '
valued at In foreign and domestic affairs IDe ncr eteoa W. an upedlia i .
1904 at 3.910.T29 ounces. wlllUlllt-. For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, OT
180,868,644 or an Itrease of $T.243,- A Japanese administrator' 1* to I...a ...A..w'm- write to 1
free
ttete4
.WS over 1903. Our DrotUjctioa of silver be appointed to govern the country under D.. .. fillY A CO.. ..... I... A. 0. MAC DONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON/Jr. f. '
last year unjffpt to 55$80,864 ounce.ta1tNd.atttQ95ATi the emperor, and all treaty portsare A&st General Passenger Agent, Paseenger AgenC '
increase ofr to be under Japanese administra
or an ,
'1; ,. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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", iYi'! .Sir;WeeleyJoyaer;of Tttaev111e.ipent; \N,"' j'> '" 'I!( houses and. cottages can be rented,for the '

{"J : oflat#greet in town.- season. The prospectz are bright for the j
: fe a AII6AWI, >c, .
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rfw&*& ": *The*. 'concert' ff given! t last-% Friday, ,,evening .Cooler.weathet'tud northeast winds for coming season. ,I
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:;t 8t'Pauls Baptie'cbarcb by the colored4s the,past meek.: A Bad Scar .,' "ii'

school waeell' attended and. ,it WM a womr'AU Thejocal inspectors ,of steam 'vessels Some day yon will get a bad scare* .f' i

!;"I 'G! tb" Dmtn.o .the progrimw were expected in:Eau Gallic this'week., when yon feel a pain in your bowels and ; ,

.::1i'" fari"1; .ae: eredaBH4jmoch, praise'is ShelUng the' of Eau Gallia is fear appendicitis. Safety lies in Dr. King'aNew 4 -t'
J1k 1 O ::doe those." wbo.Y.j;,directed. the entertainment. streets Life Pills, a sure cure,;tor all bowel ..j
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want
blocked for in
help handling and stomach diseases. such as headache J

,"'",,,"'"'''fJ. : .:" -- the shell, .. biliousness costiveness, etc. Guaranteedat I : I
v. fo Wednesday :evening: of thin" week 'capB has Red Cross Pharmacy only 25c. Try j
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purchased new
of.Hisli Hatter and them. SCHLO.S5. .ti
f.:41 Mho marriage Eleanor BRDS.4XCXXUM

f :3Jr.; ]ltridrioeSYeln6errKwaeeolemnitedat I I installed Regal motor this for week.J. his.,launch. It is; being ..k17 Weather Report. tiunmat CiotWs. .-. ; --I

:*be residence of.the bride's parents, in
I A.:Gilbert entertained Q...DKJAKTMXNT A8KICULTUK W.AT.- <
; : ,<3Sty ..Point, ''THi STAR extends hearty : on .Monday EBBUXIAU.JUMTSK 4 _

1._.. ..Hbongratulatlons to the happy young bride ;evening Cards were the feature of this : FlA., Dec.5,1905..
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pleasantly spent evening. I
;};j. ;andgroomvOn Comparative statement of temperatatrs
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:i' Wednesday evening of last ,week'a A.J. Bojjero buoy, running two boats and rainfall, for 1903'the week endinr 1904 Tneeday. These tirade are recoKBised leader 1. 4

; P ;,( Jolly crowd gathered at the borne.of ,Mr. ands !large lighter to do his Indian river DAT=. WAX. MIN. WAX. Km.NOT. J J

:'Jt *F'lapp to; help :Win celebrate, bis, 61stbirthday. freight' and_i passenger' ooaineas.f .. 29. 81 74 77 63 THE- LARGEST CF-TO.tATB CLOTHING : .
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;; )r', I '.' 'Some'aerial presents were P. A., McMillan,will'soon have his new Dec."so 1.: 80 79 69 75 79 80 60 63' Complete line or eyerything

Brought by 'his,lidroiring friends. Nice launch. ,in,the- water'. This is a large, and .* 2. 77 70 80 67 We sell the best that money .A 4
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mw, icefreehme&U'were erved.dnring the e,. roomy boat fell suited for parties.i 3. 82 70 79 65
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.>-i 4. 70 57 80 74 All goods marked in plain i
1 i aping and it was late boor before goodnights G. F, Paddison is building a houseboat :5:: 73 65 82 n 4

,, were said, for his new fast motor)laonch. This boat Total rainfall for the week. 1.84 inch. MAIL + ,
_'1.' 1 Departure rainfall for the week plus 1.21
is by far the fastest in.this neighborhood. inches,
4iR. When you want a pleasant laxative f j
Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus e
w'": take Chamberlain's Stomach and liver Capt. Geo. Ruddimanis now, building 0.75 inch. JAMESPRITCHARD. President. L

.:J."i.r. h ..y.' use on Indian river during'the winter Official in Charge.

fl" '1r. .,. season. Grip Qalckly,Kaoeked Oat INDIAN RIVER 1

( Miss Tena Singleton spent Thanksgiv Services' and Bible class on Sunday, '"Some weeks' ago during the severe

.'.w ,. iflgathome.,, next by the Rev.John W. Walker. Bible winter weather both my wife and myself COUNTY ::
(..> I<' contracted colds which ._________
speedily
class will be at 3:30 m. and services at severe Authorized Capital $100.000.00
,a'. 'Miss Kate Eyer' curio store is open. for p. developed into the worst kind of la grippe Paid up Capital-_____________$ 25000.00
the winter.Miss 7:30p. m. with all its miserable symptona," says Average Deposits.____________$200,000.00
'' _. Mamie Hardee spent Tbanksgiv Capt., Bennett returned to Eau Gallie Mr. J. S. Egleston, of Maple Landing, TRANSACTS A
st Iowa. "Knees and joints aching, muscles -
with his houseboat While
Tuesday.
ting'at, home. the had sore, head stopped up eyes and nose General Banking Business. ;
the houseboat
away captain completely -
Mrs. Ed Boyle, Sharpee, spent a few running with alternate 8pt-lls of chills and
overhauled and painted. fever. We began using Chamberlain's Largest and Oldest
: days: this week with her son.V The Ban Gallie card club met on Thursday Cough Remedy, aiding the same with a Bank on the Riier.
J Captt, Young has to St. Augustine dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
gone this Exchange Bought and Sold on All
of week at the residence. }I':
=',+ 4o spend the winter with bis daughters.Mrs. Tablets, and by its liberal use won completely Foreign Countries. f
$... and Mrs.Harry Christian. This was the knocked out the grip. These .
.! Gerry is here from 'Long Island Tablets action of the Patronage appreciated. Prompt service
,, initial game of the season of (05.6. promote a healthy polite treatment and every favor consistent fV'r
';.. ,end will again, manage Whites Cottage bowels liver and kidneys which is always -, with conservative banking granted.COBBESPONDENT& .
110. )1 h E. F, Hatch has bought out the livery beneficial when the system is congested
m:r'., :, business of E. Kinniaid. Mr. Hatch will by a cold or attack of the grip.
Trust N. Y. Florida a#
Empire Company ,
Mr, Charlie Singleton left on Saturday
For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy.
also deliver ice to those who require it. Bank & Trust Company,Jacksonville.
last for Miami where he .-ift'1pend( thewinter. 4
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U fi ... His rounds will. be made every other

'I"" morning.. Get Ready For Christmas !II! TITUSVILLE

: 'Mr. and Mrs A. N,. Clark ,arrived last A meeting of the East .Coast Chautau-
.week and are located in their I beautiful -
{1it \ directors took
qua place on Tuesday at -
1i-! home' on the boulevard.'Tbe Melbourne. There were present W. T. ,, "\\\ I, ir i '

'} i : New Rockledge hotel will open on Wells president and E. P. Branch, Rev.J. ....." ,\

}i : _' ';' tDe 24th under the management of Mr. B. Hawk, John E. M. Hodgson and .
r i ::r; Paul A, Shares, The Plaza on. Jan. 10th Dr. L. A. Peek of the board of directors. -r. For doors

; _' wider' the management of Mr. H. R. covered with

r' : .(,, .Shares. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea is aim
ply liquid electricity It to
goes
; ,;(' Mrs. A. Millar, with the assistance of part of your body, bringing new blood every, EAST COAST

t ', yter pupils, wi.llI1V8 a musicale at her strenjrth) and new vigor. It makes you .
t 'v:Y: home on Barton avenue, Saturday,evening well and keeps you well. 35 cents. Ask Dealers in Lumber and

:t 4 ".. Dec. 9th, beginning at 8 o'clock. All your druggist. Eau Gallie, <

i Er., friends and lovers of music are nvited.I. MELBOUKNK. .

Mr. Miller Robinson, wife and two J.WALKER.
,
Death, of F, P. Taylor
J daughters arrived Saturday. JOHN R.
On Thursday morning of last week the i.trf
Miss Helen Miller came from Tituaville
i' : gad news was received of the death of
to:spent thanksgiving with Dr. and Mrs.
Send orders for Holiday
r" .Air. F. F. Taylor at his home in'Gragd I' your
LA. Peek.
k rapids, Michigan. He had been in poor Goods to

health for some months past and his Mr. YanSteenbnrg keeps our town people .
well with R. L. MOTLOW
-death therefore was not unexpected. He supplied oysters fresh from ,

.. of wealth and the oyster beds.
was a man possessed large Titusville and Cocoa.
real estate interests in both Florida and 'Mr. R. A. Conkling never fails to keep

Michigan, being the owner of The Plaza our market well supplied with fresh fruits I IJ It

w', t hotel, at Rockledge, and the Indian Riv. and vegetables.Dr. .

.er hotel at Titnsville. He leaves a wife, Peek, wife and sisters Miss Helen _
'
I. : .. Miller and Miss Agnes Gibbs, spent _
Thanksgiving- in Eau Gallie.

Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell has just received

1Ilke a fine lot of Christmas goods. Big
Your Grocer
folks and little folks can find many things

here to suit their fancy.

Give You Guaranteed
Mrs. Chas. Oslin has returned after

spending some pleasant weeks in her old
t :
Y Kentucky home with her relatives and

'Cream of Tartar friends. Our editor is happy once more /
/
to have big better half at home again.At .

r- election last Fires usually do occur in the wee sma'
the town Tuesday the
hours when everyone is wrapped in slum
iPowder following officers were elected: Mayor, R. ber. But why haven't you aFIRE

[ W. Goode;' councilmen, W. R. Campbell IHSURAHCE

and John M. Ferguson; clerk and treasurer -
C. J. F. Campbell; marshal and collector policy? Some time ago you said you
fY would think the matter over. Are you

,. ': Alum Baking Powders Leon Adams. still thinking?The Better come to overheated a decision We ;

Mrs. E. R. Hedges, two children and prettyllOOD. season of Our
,,4- chimney flues is here and your house is
interfere with her sister, Miss Evans, arrived from :New no more fireproof than your neighbor's.

York last week and are now snugly set-
PERCY G. WALTON
: -digestion and are un- 'led at the DeVinne pineapple plantation, Successor to Morgan &:Walton,
on the east side Of Indian river where\
'TrrrsvILLE, FLORIDA.
Jiealthfulerer. Mr. Hedges has charge of that valuable :


." the alum. Hoperty. i
Avoid -
e eDdtrC
Never in the history of our thriving little :

town has our stores been so well sup- errap. Uei '

plied with Christmas goods. The Fee & JOHN R. WALKER &: ; t .

< I Stewart store has a beautiful display oft
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