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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 15, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00343
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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DOINGS OF'THBPRESBNT LOCAL GOSSIP, 't:
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ot Oc I,, tLIM'O al'ttad. A few of Christmas .
suggestions
presents.
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1NIarD &0.* V. :.Ladie 26"ineh umbrellas; made of a "

h4it&paaetthedayatthsMinioia11aa1'u 1 good quality of gloria silk, tapering edge f

.-' :Ctiftonlto look :after' Totes Pertaining to lents beautiful of handle, worth f 2.50 eta, Something About People of Titus-:
.canal 5"that date. "
; i.rJ.1..lJ: : o> Transpiring About Ton special price 0111.49. Yille'is They Cole and Go .
T laserviaWedtleaaoo ,
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ft uVlSH 'I ;gtoti4rraaonrof: ,this. silver trimmings, the well known'make .

458.ZIONIatnwe -i! hi>rnclo -1"" w" 'ot., becinat. .',, kap1jpoi air" IN SOCIAL AFFAIRS OF LIFE of Folmer & Clarke, the name alone is a MATTERS OF SOME INTERESTLittle -
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t* i TlAr guarantee for. the quality, this lot was t-

pttn wste did r ay ni0t bflvinglreeannd vrish to lose Oo uninterrapts' Relating,That Wtilcti Helps'To lake a I specially bought for Christmas presents, HappenIngs, That Help to HaleGtrmantown

$6.50 would be a small price, special ,

: ad aeeof'thi> venal' fort term of years, tow Pleasant and Lively $4.49. Up the .eelly Heispier' :

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whlcfi the"ogee unless
might be they V
4N4- 4 Also one lot of men's umbrellas, same
made tomf, evidence .of:their authority. Photo and Postcard Albums Gudn r's with '
in individual
quality cartons
,....gMjbjjfliipp ;1 ot space Shetland Floss, Gardner's
d ti d s "S in,tbemattefj, as Hia'well;; known! thatwbeVany
4 : h'
class if wish
First for
for sale
Fka Typewriter cheap. engraved name yon special
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passed aooth ye tltpronRhrei.oeedby: thepublic sure to call at the Novelty Store
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.g t' aa. make in good order Inquire at THB price of $4 98. ,.
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;the gnat com* for certain numbe'r yenta wit41Oat and see the Christmas goods, Books,
T-i* -_** "-i* a ,* STAB office.: Men'a linen handkerchiefs( ,. worth' 25
restriction- hindraneef thij Pictures, Games, Dolls and Toys b! all to
;! K n'f 5M AS Lei any qr, cents at a special price of 12} cents each;
t'rri Schedule of trains on,the F, E. C. railway kinds.
5 rA>?Mwiar.tt at; the- Bed'Cmea: same :becomes :a part of the public dh
ladies' linen handsomely
; TPb; ma y while 6 a Jobnson is away inmfe goaIu: The:4c canal :company had a chain will be changed on Friday next, the embroidered handkerchiefs and hem stitched, special Mr.' and Mrs. J. C.Jones' and two child
-- 22nd the full linter schedule will into
x N ttiilih weeLaJ r : acto the csnal Monday and an agenda go 25 cents ren went to St. Lucie on Sunday after a

mm j tt tit Wj edlMt; W=R.W ker chsi iwp r3. the Mr. J. R. Walker has'purchased the I and Mrs E. W. Hall
buaineM'
; ity through
st111ii; ; p rtonJwjving
tth.Orr'boaadng large size, beautiful designs, worth $2.00
bo jiiM ;wtt trill: .. eanil:; :Thhairi mplleld: with a cottage formerly.' owned by Mr. Kent in at a special price.of'$1,49, also anotherlot Clerk of the Court Ste.mlnd his son,' I

of formal pro edum the canal ia again open West Tituaville. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Mr. Claddte Stewart left/with their two uy
#< AA boil opaed b Tom Johnson, much heavier, worth $2.50 at a special -
Lttinoge%'Art foond dead Monday ,, to the.free. -nee of,the public aa before.Capt. have moved to Yalkaria.; \ price of 198. launches. Monday for their orangegrove-

tt" ; Uleaaon informs us that'the Mr. Robert Ranson, of St. Augustine, Wash including down the river to ship their crop of fruit
;morning near the, city wbarl, on Main silks, 24 inches, in all colors ,
"" ** her here the first of the week on'his .
j.- ij ? dredge Tomoka, baling completed waS way Conductor
: 'k3L "J'"' white and black'fresh from the J. M. Me Cormick has been
? now on to seeking regardto
of 49 transferred from the Sanford branch
who has been spending the factory, special price cents.< to
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Otkiyoaa
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her wa1'dowo Iadiairiver fuel in Florida '
r 's :past two months at hia orange grove and to do. anynecessary _making' peat Ladies' imported black lace hose, beautiful the main line,and now baa his headquar

x ,.hoini In/Enterpriae,' returned to Miami cutting in the shallow .waters Mise Ethel Wilson, WM.haa'.beeJat-; designs, special 50 cents per pair all terffin St. Augustine. Itia needless to
;" ; !south' of here;. tending the Florida College_ atTallahaaBee that his
aize TUusville
1: ..F. may.r .. say. many friends miss
for women'hae been compelled to give up Ladies' made 'skirts have him muchI *
ready we
very }
: : : : New Year and Souvenir Cards
9 Mr, Wte tf Jonea ,wiU open 'up. a p ,
"> ? :in Fancy Stationery,',Fountain. Pace, Piper her studies there on account of illness and just' received from the factory five to six "A Breezy Time" was played to onlya
r '::.; ; :curio: atore. and. fruit stand .Daytona ',Knhrcif Ink Tda Gardnn'i is expected to return home the latter part new styles and they are beautiful, prices fair house last Friday night. The
:within $ few y..bati1l.lared! place
:!f.t. of this week. ranging from $5.00 to >1500.)< show was first rate and would undoubted"
block Culture
the Club Entertained
in new'Anthony : ,
\i t"... -. The first of the new style of money orders Butcher's bleached linen, very stylish ly have drawn a larger house, but the

J f ; Mrwd.Kra4'Q': QftnIDl.es: The membeof'the Progressive Cnl- has been issued by the poatoffice de for shirt waists and coat suits, 88 inches weather 'was threatening and this no '
:r: .... to leave Sunday.for, PalaiBeach.where: tare dab were delightfully entertained .
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partment, and hereafter the crooks, who wide, worth 75 cents, special price 49 doubt kept A hoe O(
many away
ti. 't Mr,:Branning:will be:et&tlrigeat darjng Tuesday afternoon b1,Jlra. E.. E.: Rollins have been engaged in raising: money order cents. comic specialties and singing are woven .
; the mining tourist esiod,- and Mii.:.G. W.-H nford at the .home of
35-cent8 Ladies' black cashmere hose worth 75
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from
j-k: ::'j" $ .r J .. amounts to ISO. or more. together into a plot that, while not very
*.: .,'"' t: T"'w' the former. The- 'eDt rtainme t began will have a harder row to hoe. cents for 50 cents. deep, is quite entertaining. The next s,

: > .",=: :r.,. ..... ,..' .. t'-GanIaa'. wjth:cards,.hearts being the. game,. and M. owner of the East Ladies' ready made shirt waists, at a entertainment will be during Christmas
ii -' t Henry Flagler \
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.. fetliCdiat thia waa, kept op with lively interest until. :date made of .
,,' ,. c.1 ., Coast Raffffaj and Hotel .System, passed reduction, in up-to styles, week '
; : ;bald at Oca 1ar returned Rev,':W.; it was announced' that owing to the near TitusviUe afternoon fine.mohairs and madras.
through Tuesday on Gardner's
Aider's Books for Boys Games
kfechurch; .to the:Tituiville i ',circuit:- for the ly approaching Christmai time and, also a special train accompanied by Mrs. Boys' suits, sizes 6 to 16, at an unusually ,
i to the fact that all the guests had ,"beengood"
{ .; J rAAeqarrlyed'homethe ;., Flagler and several friends enroute to low price. Bean'Seed For Sale #
first of the week and receiving i the Santa_Clans would make a short Laces and embroideries almost
'fj. Palm: Beach, from St. Augustine. They at one- New crop 1,000-to-one and Extra Ear.
.';:jl 1l'l .congrslnlatloaothis o numerous friends. call upon the company. Thia was quite i expect spend a greater portion of,the half regular value. ly $4.50 per bushel. E. 1... Brady & Bro.,

1;,. :Mr. O,8.-, .Clarke. the hustling contracting m unexpected feature. However, he winter "Whitehall.." All-over embroidery, specially manufactured grocers Titusville Fie

x of the8aa Brothers' Shows, soon made his appearance in the person for the making of shirt waists.If .
III'D. of little Willie Hanford in the usual guise Games, Dolls,Toys,B1ocb,Watches,Pipes Large Shipment
e which exhibit in .Titnsville on the 28th Handkerchiefs Gardner'sMr. yon want any cut glass we have ,
Balls, Banks, ,
dear old saint his Of boys' overcoats just received by
of the carrying
upon lot of it and the I
in TitusviUe Monday and while quite a prices assure
:JDi..tW. J. H. Hart of Fairland Ind. Penney & Branning.
back a generous pack from which each arerived ..
ad. are more than right
heree a contract for Urge display you
Titnsville last week with the intention -
drew a p..nt-a souvenir of this ,
'* + of this show in':next week's edition of guest of spending the winter on the If in need of any dress goods come and New Masonic Officer .
delightful occasion. Delicious refresh.
Tua&t ,. .. see us Monday, it will be to your benefit. Indian River No. 00 F. &A. M.
meats consisting of cake and egg nog were east coast, making Tituaville his head J KLINE Lodge, ,

'.1-': The large building lithe end of the city served. There were quite a number of quarters. Mr. Hart is an octogenarian, CUts Tituaville,Fla. held its annual election for officers on

J. wharf; which ia now owned by Mr, Adhe.it guests present and the afternoon was having passed the four score year mark Wednesday, the 13th, when the follow.

_: roar Brady,'formerly known aa the Wat moat p1t:18&ntlyapent. by nearly two. THK STAB office receiveda Church Notices ing were unanimously elected:

; I ;son packing' bouse,.ia to be thoroughly -- very pleasant call: from Mr. Hart Toe I F. A. Morgan, W. M.; J. N. Waller,

., overhauled and. repaired, also placed upon Call at Once Sunday.. Dec. 17th.. 1905. S. W.; P. W. Roberts, J. W.; G. F.

1:, : 'new foundation posts. Application day.Mr. coa-8t. Marks church, morning Duren, Treas.; J. L. Carruthers, Sect.
And see the fine line of boys' overcoats E. W. Amsden, of Ormond, state Tituaville SL Gabriels
it' : for this'building baa been made by Mr. just received by Penney & ''Branning. agent for the Davis Acetylene Generator prayer 10:30 The following officers were appointed:
church bible 3:30
k '" Lortllard, for the ',purpose of opening a spent three weeks at the state study class : p. m., even- A. D. Penney, S, D.; P. G. Walton, ;
company
7:30. Rev. John W. Walker.
>< boat ways''and autoboat. garage.Capt Hah Interest Change Hands fair at Tampa, and exhibited a 50 pound ing prayer Trinity church J. D.; C. H. Walton, S. S.; M. S. Same, L


) ';, inspector of the 7th and 8th districts ofi' dealers of Grant, have just recently stoves, arc lights, etc., and brought back Johns church, evening 730. Rev. Chap. There will be a public installation

the 17;'-S. Life Saving service, accompanied purchased the entire fishing interests of the blue ribbon on everything, also a diploma Millidge Walker prayer of the officers at 6:30 Wednesday eveningDec. R.- !*

by Capt H. B. Shaw, superin. theE. J. Ricou Fish company, at Wawa, : -in fact captured everything in 27th, at the Masonic Temple.
ti;.
'.. tandem of the Life Saving service for the and are pow busily engaged shipping eight. Mr. Amsden writes that he is There will be preaching at the First After the election Mr. Hairy Wilson

!: -8th' district, arrived here Tuesday and from Wawa, where they will remain for meeting with splendid success in intro I Baptist church, Tituaville Sunday, Dec. took his first degree.

:' inspected tip house of refuge at Chester the entire winter," returning to Grant for ducing the Davie. 17th, both morning and evening, by Rev.
W. McCall at 11 and 7:30 Cut Glass "J847* Silverware
a. m. p. m. Rogers ,
I Shoals Wednesday, leaving yesterday onii fishing next summer and the following Cups and Saucers,Shaving Mugs,Gardner's Sterling Silver Novelties, Gardner's
All invited attend. I
to
are cordially
: their tour of inspection down the coast. I fall. Wawa is only the shipping, stationof tm's

> The naphtha launch Trixie owned this firm; their postofike and telegraph Have You Seen "Rev. W. F. Allen will fill his regular Cutthroat Captured ,
'f 'i' address is Stuart the former being just & appointment at Cocoa on Sunday Dec.
Those boys' overcoats at Penney ,
\-t: which has been at Jack- Jonas Williams, the who cut his
1 by B H. Hjfey, across the S,. Lucie river from Stuart. Branninge? They are winners.A 17th, preaching both and nightat negro ; J
I: eon ville for several, months past, stopped This firm is a branch of the wholesalefish morning wife's throat about three weeks ago at I

'< : :. here Tuesday on her way to Miami. business of R. R.. Ricou & Sons, at Complaint the usual hours for worship: at 11 a.m. this place and made his escape, as narrat ned
Jensen, and of Ricoa & O'Brien, at Fort and 7 p. m. Everyone invited. j
I is in these columns last
and
{ This boat is 38x8x3 equipped Pierce, which makes one of the strongest Mr. Mayor and Gentlemen of City Council: was captured
4: : with two-cylinder Fay & Bowen motor combinations in the state. Mr. Ricou, Show is week through the vigilance and shrewdness y i
Tour attention is drawn to the annoy. The ComingA of Sheriff Joe Brown and was lodgedin
.. of Ifrfe. p.' The Trixie teA_Maypdrt Satturday Sr., the founder of the business, has been ing disturbing duck shooting at night and and honest show is the title jail Saturday. Williams was caught x

!: afternoon and arrived at Mosquito in the fish business on the east coast ever in the very early morning. If there is great at a turpentme camp known as Indian ,t
while Mr. Gntermnth who I that Sun Brothers of Sun Bro-
since 1882 not there ought to be an ordinance owners r
Volusia
in the branch
k '. inlet Sunday forenoon., She ,makes prohibiting i Spring, county, on
,, has charge of the branches at Grant and : this within certain limits, viz: .. thers' Newest Railroad Shows, Trained railway between Orange City and New
it' about nine miles- an hour and the craft Stuart is a young ban of unusual push from 2| or 3 miles north of northern city Animal Exposition, have justly earned. Smyrna, where he expected to escape xs
wss LP..chwge of her engineer and smallfPictjires and possesses moat excellent business 2 3 miles south of
:q "* boundary to or southern The performances seen in its ring and detection and after he had earned a .4 t
'4 -crew1- 'lP management. boundary, 3 miles wide along the month's wages leave for other parts. :,
"' v : Picture- {-wna. Pens, Gardner's shore of Indian river or as far out as the on its elevated stages are acknowledgedas It will be remembered that ai the time #
: k Sectional Bookcases,Collar and Cuff Boxes city government has jurisdiction.To the epitome of excellence while the this crime was committed Sheriff Brown .; t

y'J t Yp Need Furniture Toilet Sets leather., Gardner's persons who are ill or suffering from deportment of the attaches is such to be w as down the river, otherwise Williams I
':;i. Do Any nervous troubles these gun reports are would have been caught before he could
Innovations
Call at Titusville Livery, at rear of far beyond reproach. and
Tat, Titusviiwi Furniture company distressing. Early attention to this; the probably have got outside of Brevard
Jrr law office for .
Robbins' stylish rijZ8.Leavt'lJour bold enterprise have stamped the present
the
of ordinance which
furniture. Don't passing required county. Our worthy sheriff has kept upa
is the place to bnrjpur orders for hauling, both dou
should be posted in conspicuous places, tenting season as the most remarkable in sharp lookout for him ever since and F '
until. J M. .
elsewhere and Qsban, proprietor.Auto
come .
-", purchase you will be appreciated by those interested.The the history of this great amusement insti we are glad that his efforts have been

.:'j see us. jVhen yon look you will boy: Sparks For SaleA writer's name is at your disposal, tution. The Sun Brothers' Shows will successful.It .
.3 W* carry everything in the furniture that needs batteries. or will, be furnished to thoee in authority. teems that evidence can be produced
magneto no Titusville Dec.
PBOPEBTV OWNER. exhibit at on Thursday, ,
1 t- line and,.the low price and easy pay. Brand new and will be sold at wholesale 28th. that Williams premeditated the attemptat
murdering his wife days before
x}:;: .% enta break' the record. Mail orders afpecudty. price.: Inquire. at Tax. STAR office.. Drums, Trains, Tool Chest, Magic Lanterns Two performances daily, rain or shine, he did the deed. His trial some will come off

$' Freight. paid on.all orders. A Bargain in Beat-kate Steam Engines, Guns,Toy Pistols, 2 and 8 p. m. Wateh for grand free street at the spring term of the circuit court.
t' H, E OXSES, Manager.. Roman Candles, Sky Rockets,Gardner's
c SALE An old parade day of show at 12 o'clock noon. .
,, FOR pioneer grove, one Weakened sy&tems need a mature,
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.:, IIVCK Df1Jfl.o.. mile river front, 290 acres land, 25 acres Wood For Sale wholesome, mellow liquor-that's I. W. ,
<< f JI.Peacock,at TitusvfUe,is prepared in grove in aood condition, fine dwelling, Pine or oak, any length. See or address FOB SALE CHEAP FOB CASH. Harper Whiskey, the kind your grand. '
klu w :1WIiM. out for, dock shooting at very beat of land for celery farm. Three J. W. Jamison, TitusviUe, Fla. About 88 acres of good high land on father used. Sold by R. L. Motlow' and = -
,; 7aaobab lq'" Conypondtoce solio crops of oranges would pay for the place. the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat F. A. Lesley.MJKSERT.
.. ited.t Will sell for less than woe of improvements RUBY BEXKCKE-GUS8 BBPAIR>eD. the Narrows, described as follows: Lot
: : '* > 9 purchaser thereby getting land Specially made gun springs warrantednot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section STOCK FOR SALE.

:* Pttftle < free;better than homeeteading; no incum- to break. Every one carefully tested. 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. '
Qnt fllPt rho in Titnsville, brance;titles perfect; farming tools vehicles Guns stocked. Leave your gun at Pritch- This land is unimproved but finely lo- Citrus stock grown on high pint land. +

ina 8i'p los on fence compriai.g .. blacksmith shop all go with place. ard'a hardware store. J cated., For further particulars addressE. Indian River Nurseries, established 1&86. r
fife 1 A good mule for f W. R. SU'DERS, H. BEVECKE M. Low, Send for catalogue, Toledo and West

,. sale. Addttfes'Jqwl\; p.. care St.u office. Indianola, Fla. Box 121, TitnavUle, Fir.S Brockton, Mass. Palm Beach, FU.; .
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; y'eta9.were.Hnan:greendtlpetTllebtiswM flaws months euu,.. ,LIlt year the experiment .. /i.:," '-"' ::- :-'' '" '' ..> -'
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held in t&e ifreen room if -ru'made successfully,.'and ,.' "
$tltof Rival lds tt tile rteicniat .
',. this year the.cinnpanihaa engaged in
f i t -.* facturer* V In* ja** niW. -.eri'i.- ,;peert' ):"and. ":'the..yguestg. 4 > ,,,b efghteensieti I i storing-fruit as a 'business. Already 'O"WIIOOPIJIG COV' Tn..t.Bf THIOAT,;_ \ t
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; > .andtrreIDen.'owore tprigs'of,Sml- there are'6,000,boxes of peaches on Ice; ", ", .
l lax" AD ftbMtii"played'Th ,Wean-- at- the' local point.'" ,''The'greater q.part of" |IDECTOI&TIOI.\BULSTBI'L"mw.JL, ""

IgQ IoU8LDYEBTllTIG ET3013l tng'otheGreen.-Eachwaiterr: .got a them same from the warm,regions of Endorsed'by,leadin&r i 'pltfslcians':as the..BEST.rtIM41for J

.ttreMbeck. ...a'. tIp 7) !liJ. Fresno ,These, :peaches ;were ,picked Chlldrtn'i. arid w# Cp ng"i'

moderately green. By freezing them ftcontafasNQ.OPIATES.: The action of H }
C 1 Ce getltf tai Wr 4ai+ a as: lli.: Clear thinking, decisive' .action,' tvim thej are. kept from'ripening.. Three edtoilaf at'iu
11au Sprtipiairiltdandbenigcilisada f ; J\:
and mind the roirklecf
,.. Nee. RMetrted'M Luse'I/s.a and vigor of"body -
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months from now they will be placed
and t ii.Read .
.' lliylmt; litteeHeiiri''iffhIeaeatJWt life, dunes to all who :nee, Routeter'aRocky ,asadults every variety of temperament ,
,' upon'the market either In California. -"--
Tea Tea
Mountain: ; 35cenbi. or
&re'lptlnte4tsdrs.47atk ami Tablets., ,Ask, your, druggwt.BRYAN'S ,:: In_the east Soon after the fruit. is [ This Remirl&ble' : T fJ

tT lfte' > Trail* ta'1'aaa1M., <* takenoff, the ice It ripens,nicely. By MRS. j.;*. Ei/AM3;:C1uliWstst_Jt..writM1.' heb. 11.' ,

;,? i'tfT-rtV V# ; selecting late variety of peaches it sick for three mont+is sad the doctors told me hs had Go*
) ,:; A4gopd utory, comea to United *GUIDE* 0 IN' JAPAN.. may be possible to preserve them till \. was etml iam. ,Weprocu d s bottle ai&llird': WIt --- :,fj:1_
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States concerning a, rl orona: conteit {- '. Christmas. bntwe atwaJ' "
5 c1irIc1 6itn. H 1 It ac-+ a well -Dine ::j;
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4'f that to beingmanufacturer earrled.oa. betwoen rival 8.',w,tU!.,.IInaba'BeyarlMX HtoTamacnitaTaBChldiuro.I.Kaadaeaa. God.aaa : TlntterlagUndieesied : ,m the house,'sad: think* hesFo. eq.1 for palawEary. -: "' '1. ..

k !, of_clfinrttea lnjTapan, ,'widely known Heart ceS iretoCareE; er l 1eG ri"'tau -' .
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food and in stomach J7-
uys W!Wprtce.'the Calumbla($ G). Ia "Bryan'a Jap," la now acting" as,official located just below the gas heart the.presses- .' lit>tSOW L SIZZLi E3ce 3oti..LOO. '

Record's' w uoinguw., cotrapo4t guide for'W..'J.'Brjan in his ]oor. against it and cause heart palpitation. 1ALLAID'S' _; : ummrr..Ct'' .,STa .LIIII. 'NS .

The".,Ingenuity of,.Japanew. manufac- neT through.Japan and Is enjoying ah When your heart troubles you in that .
r .tttNN TB-r In-.t&dverttMng their' prodpc J t will opportunity of repaying In part the hospitality way take Herbine for a few days. You RECOMMENDED RY i
will be all right. 50c a bottle. Sold by '.OLD'AND
4 t : be found hkemttaf.', C aieths'from be :received for several yean soon ,
Red Cross Pharmacy and 'Ean Gallie BED CROSS PEAMICT TirUSTILLS and BAP GALUE >FliSgACT BAB GALLS
Ameri< grovratob cco are being ad- at Mr. Bryan's home, say dispatch Pharmacy Eau Galhe'-Fla. :

vertlsed there "wtm"eolcleedquarter from Lincoln, Neb. Mls8.Qrace Bryan
and William'J; Bryan Jr. have been
..abeet posters *tI handbillro col- guests'at'the home of Yamachita In Tokyo lip -IlI IV ll sout

bring of the adTertialng matter Is most .while .Mr. and, Mrs..Bryan have I _, !Dvo.ilWaY.1

r ',blood.:.-red, .and the, ,cigarette,campaign been"entertalnedfbyField Marshal Ito.

,ia'.growing. '.more. "'active. ,every P -day.. :.The. 'Yamachita has 'been married since i I un rillS No.30Daily. NoM DJacboDTUI.andN..Tork.o.29! -Nall

Japanese 2='monopoly y on the one' his return to Japan last year and bas'a' : Daily.: et., Da11,. Tklh.

,hand.;:Is tinree.leading brands home In Tokyo which Miss Bryan characterizes 755 p == ftlOa Lv Jacksonville Fl-.---80.Ey. Ar. "900 a.r.:. I. p I
J.' .In Manchuria,,while -Brit1 h-Amerl- :- ,as "too cunning for any FOR TORPID LIVER. 1215 a .._..__-12U p Lv.&vannah.GL-Ho. Kyi Ar. 4 50 a _-.._.... US P "t
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:can Tobacco 'the other. thing. He has become'prominent asa A tore{ Uvtr diraoj the whole 955 It ....... 102G p Ar.Charlotte, N...C......._.So. By. Lv. 050 ....... 133 a
.company oil I '
% system,u4 produces 643p 6&3a Ar. Richmond Va.______ So. By. Lv.
speaker and is achieving his ambition -- 1150.1-1110 p-
h dts.ceDta, ktncat,1be. gates :::::::
&*- ,.leading'to the late war and 8eeksDi' becoming Identified,with the politics SKK HEADACHE, .,. ., 950p -_-- 950 a Ar, Washington, D. c.,-.-.go. By Lv. 10 81 aSSSa t 10 P I
zone 1125 P ---r- 1130! a Ar. Baltimore, McL,-.........P. B. B Lv. ,612a4.__ 8811 J '
G to.carry the campaign Into'the in.. of Japan. Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheuatisoit 2 35 a-_____- 145p415p Ar.Philadelphia, PL-__ ,__P. B,R Ly, _..__ 553
.terldr on ..equal' terms! Thus far the The yoUng Japanese same' to America Sallow Skin and Piles. 680a _...... Ar. New York N. Y_____P. B.R Lr 1210 a 15 p
Brltlsh Amerlcan company has not' about seven years ago to obtain an ed- There U no better remedy for these .
Nos. 33 and Si-"New Y rk'md'Fl rida Express" Daily Pullman Drawing Boom .
ucation. He had little but a conmraa diseases than DR.TVTT'S
f been allowed to aend foreigners beyond money '
a- will Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.
LIVER PILLS,as a trial prove.Take "
: Newchwang but, through native subagents vast amount of perseverance. For a Noe. 29 and -"Washington( and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Boom

): .' .the virtues of the Virginia leaf time be was a student In the University No Substitute. Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. > .

of California in Berkeley: He came to
are already being announced on the No. 30 NG. Z9Dally.
face of old Chinese walla that have, the conclusion that.'W. i Bryan was : Through The Land of the Sky." DaUy,

i' "neyer before been utillwsd:for'advertising the great man of,tne country and left KILLTHICOUCH 7"MP p Lv.Jacksonville, Fla..-..-...._...'...._......_.......80.By. Ar. 900
: '\ purposes. The Japanese,have the Berkeley',t.make the Nebraskan his 12 15 a Lv. Savannah,Ga,.':..---.,,_-.._..............__..-8o.Ry. Ar. 450 .
t godfather.In AND CURE THE LUNGS 600 a Ar. Columbia,8. C.__._____.__.______....--$o. By. Lv. 111 i
!t'r advantag ,Of being ,able to<< push their 150 pAr. Asheville. N.c.,________..____.___...,__.__-.,...-._& By, Lr. 413 P
1 goods under the direct supervision of Japan it,Is the custom for everyyouth 2 37 pAr. Hot Springs N.G,...-.--.__._,_____.___....,....$0.By. Lv. 12 45 It
who desires. higher learningand WITMDr1King's 6 00 pAr. Knoxville,Tenn._....' ...............................80. By. Lv. lIS a
merchants is without the means of educating 815 a Ar. Cincinnati,Ohio,_________'.______._.;.____.___..Q. A C. Lv. et1 pNoe.
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.j'_ -- for several months been" allowed to go himself to go to the 'dwelling'of :the New Discovery .29 and -Pullman Drawing Boom and Buffet Sleeping Can between Jacksonville. and

J$' # I into the Interjor/ to..ce jwmts under greatest man of his neighborhood and St. Louis, daily.

.: Japanese .military, authority and there prostrate himself with his'forehead ONSUBPT10N Price
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,.' regulation. t,. on the threshold until found and FOR ''OUSHS and 10c .S 1.00 I No. 13 Between Jacksonville and the North aad Wett. 'N p. U t

4..". In Manchuria the natives. In some Instances taken within the house. Then if the OLDS Free Trial. _-___ -745 p Lv.Jacksonville, So. By_________._......_....._At. -sua _-___ !

I' women, mok ,c1preUes. !bet youth proved to be worthy it, Is the _.._.__ 3 00 a Ar.Hacon. So. Ey_____.,?_____..,.--...LI IS a 1...__
Held Is considered a, rich one In thij duty..of the great: man to adopt.him,as Surest and Quickest Cure for allTHEOAT __.__ 520 a Ar. Atlanta, So. By______.......___:___._,..Lv. 1110 __._ :
: II a godson,,make him a member of his and LUNG TROUBLES ______ 9 45 a Ar.Chattanooga, So. ByQueen...___________._- :._._..Lv.. i U g_._
',1' trade and !consequently sought after or MONEY,,BACLSPORT' .___... 740 p Ar Cincinnati, &Crescent....___..__J..LV. 8 80 _
I own household and aid him in
with much eagerness! The lurid advertising -: every == 840 p Lv.Cincinnati, Big Four Boatu_...._. ..--Lv 710 a850p__.
matter used by both parties seeking I way to obtain a good education. ___n__ 710 a Ar.Chicago, Big Four Route.___....___.___ __Lv. ___

: 'the business, of the enormous'cigarette. Yamachita'reached Lincoln one after- ===: 835 p Cincinnati, Penn. Lines-__.-_____.,-...Ar.Lv.. 043 *===
li .'moklngi community:is decorated noon In the hummer of 1900 and gave _____._ 710 a Ar.Chicago, Pena. Line .....__.__________- 840pat __

't;. with (Chinese characters describing the his last coin to a messenger boy to == 845: p Lv. ('iuc Dn&ti, C. H.& D.-Honon._______-Ar..Lv.. f 40 .......
lf;. wonderful qualities ,of the tobacco guide him to the home'of the "great 23 a Ar. Chicago. C. H. & D.-Monon____..____. ..!. .ii--

: j{ used.. Pictures ,of, the exact size and man." ',There the young Japanese prostrated :: :: 43 p Lv.Cincinnati, c. H.& D.-Mich.Cen- t...,._...,Ar., 7 00 :
Y himself 'on the threshold and _-------7- 20 a Ar.TIIlfilC.. H. &D.-Mich.Cent_.._--Lv, 1140p _..._
o. the distinguishing.marks ,of the packages 23 a Ar. IVtroit. C. H.Mich.; .Cent.______.-. .T. 10 00 P _
tl." used ,are* printed'on .the.placards. waited. Nobody children was at home. Mrs. SO P Lv.Cincinnati, Penn.Lines.._.._.:_._..........Ar. 0 3o a j
.: r The British-American company makes Bryan and the were out of ------- 555 a Ar. Pittsburg. Penn. Lines______________Lv 81$ .

sr I:,. a feature of the quality,of the Virginia town, and Mr. Bryan was on a campaigning == 930p045a Lv.Cincinnati: Big! Four.-.:.._._._..........:Ar. 060 Pr.- '
> leaf that is used. The'leaf Is Imported tour. The afternoon'deepenedInto ArC'neland" BiK Poor.______ _____Lv. 880 ar--. J.
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.I ,.y from America and manufactured into night, but the Japanese boy knelt ._.__ 530 P Lv.Lexington, So.BySo. -.-._.._...._...___._Ar.Lv.. 104al____ ') !
cigarettes-at,Shanghai The on the threshold until at last, overcome and AdventureAshore .__._ 810 pAr. Louisville, By...-........-.-__.._.__..Lv. 7 40 a\__ .
Japanese by fatigue, he fell asleep.. _______ 732 a Ar.St Lrm 8. So By_______.__.__.__.._....__ '- 1010 '\_..._. '},
ifs r; tobacco monopoly putsIts goods on
Afloat
and
this market under'Chinese labels but Mr. Bryan reached Lincoln about 2 Nos. 13 and 14-"The Florida Limited." Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Throaih Day t !

,; gives the names of its chief brands in o'clock the next morning, was drivento with Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati .., 'j'

i English, on .the package, This.method his residence and hurried up the ROD AND GUN
Is the.one adopted byjts active rival steps. At the doorway he stumbledover No. b No. 13 Between JacboDlIIe and Kansas CiI7. Ka U. No.6
t
r ,, .A few days ago-the BritWi-Amerlcan the Japanese, collared him'drag If yon,like shooters to red tot1 of campers the experiences or yechn-cfoilers == m-; Lv.Jacksonville Fla, SaRy-------._______._.....Ar. 033 a ..-

{ managers' ::at Newchwang; which Is ged him into the house and turned on or if you are interested la country Iif.;,.-_ __..__ 520 a Ar. Atlanta, 11a, So. B .____.__________ 1110 p .___ d I
the light The almond eyes; of the Japanese Jour nevsdeiler for Forest and Stream __....1201 It Ar. Birmingham, Ala, So. RJ.--------.____.LY. 405 P ._ .
_ : headquarters forMucburia. billed the sleepily.blinked at him. or write for free specimen COOT or send _._.__ 805 pAr.Memphis,Tenn. Frisco---._...._._._.______ 1 15 a __
native city, ,as prominently ,as a great "You Mr.-Bryan., You up twenty-five Forest and cents Sarf'lll\for four a weeks'Isrje iilnstnted trial trip. ______. 940& Ar. Kansas'ity,Mo.. Frisco.-._____...__....._.Lv. 'i 30 P .___ .
circus announced on billboards. Fol- great man I
n weekly iouf= whth contains the following '
lowing this, the Japanese tobacco monopoly said Yamachita. "I come to stays departments: Noe..13 and 14-The Florida Limited." Daily.

''managers begin. giving -To stays echoed Mr. Bryan, and In Cunt Bag and G. n. Natural HUtory. EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICED
: away his amazement he relaxed his grip on Sea sad River F..Kio<. Yachting J. C.LU8K District Passenger Agent,108 Welt Bay&treet.JK1..rll1e.F1a.
F sample cigarettes attached, to a neat The SpormsnTorul. CaaeeinA
. f the youth's collar.Yamaebita Rifl aad Trap, Keanel.V C.H.AnKERT.O.M. W.B.T4TLOK.G.P.A. fyY
card having Chinese and Japanese f'. H. HARD WICK,P.T.91. BROOKS MORGAN.G.P.A. f
flags printed on top, with real matches knelt at his feet,still smiling. oa.outdoor tend free life ear and ettitottie recreation.of the best books .__' __ .
Yes; I come to stay. You greatest -
for fiagstaffs and with. miniature pictures
of the boxes of their man.in America. You be my god- FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO.
leading
; 546 Broadway. New York City.
' : father and help me grow wise, most
brands In pyramid forms under the
flags. Holes punched Into the cards admitted worshipful and illustrious one." The Bridgeport
"All right Let's go to bed" said Mr.
;; and held the sample cigarettes.. ,
The British-American I company has Bryan. He showed the youth a room
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and for more than four years Yamachita <
Chinese speaking foreigners In charge
'4 was an Inmate of the Bryan house- "The Motor t at riots"
of its campaigns in Manchuria and a
hold. In the
house to house is University of Nebraska 4
canvass now going
Yamachita was of the ..-- t,
one most Industrious -
on. Competition Is sharp and all kinds
students. He gained his bachelor's BO YEARS Simple Reliable Durable
of queer devices are being resorted to t
both the sellers degree in 1904 and that fall sailed EXPERIENCE
by of American and Guaranteed to run
for
,4 native'tobacco to get their goods on the Japan I and give satisfaction a<

s market, and prominently before the L
Makes
raotor-boatlng'a pleasureMakes
,
i' people. House boats ,carry their entire Coughing Spell Canted Death ,

jvr sides placarded.with the virtues of "Harry Duck well, aged 25 years, chok working-boats fnrrease. .
:-L -- different ;brands of tobacco and In ed to death early yesterday morning at profits

many cemeteries large signs printedon his home, in the presance of his wife and TRADE MARKS Study methods
our of constructionand
cloth and swung from tomb to tomb child. He contracted a slight cold a few DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS ,
display the excellence of. different days ago and paid but little attention to Xc.Anyoaas you will discover why e
seeding a akttek and dewptbamatgaletly t.
it. Yesterday morning he was seized
t makes. MowUin oar opinion tree whether aD
with a fit of coughing which continued tvenuaa II probably "le. Commonle "THE BRIDGEPORT!?' fa a I
The agents of the Japanese govern for some time. His wife sent for physicianbut sent UooIltrtetlJeoIIIcIeUW., tree.tacttq.0Id4II&; f or Jl MeUIIUr oa Patents :
,men! tobacco'monopoly in advertisingtheir before be could arrive another coughing t a Hunn tba i rocelvf "MotorfhajMotes" <- .
goods In,Manchuria declare that spell came on and Duck well died ral oat m tBRIDGEPORT

'. = their, cigarette.".dm1n1atel life," "sup fromeofl'ocation.tt-Ss. Louis Globe Democrat Sckntifkaraicr JlltmlL

,ports theo spirits," ":'this'c1prettl, of Dec 1st 1901 Ballard's Hore- .A!baDdIoaeIJlDaICI'ateC. Ltnwtetreolation MTOR.cd.Jac,

'2 government' ; manufacture; to sweet and bound S would have saved him. 25e. of anyei oUfle lonraaL Twos II a .. t' .
50c and $100. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy r::; DJIItUa b.U Both hires Bridgeport Conn. r s'
Two
of good quality, famous ant tried.always ant colt Cooitnetioa ,
llkedj"win'cause and Emu Gallie Pharmacy, Eao Gal- ...1 Co.1.1III .New York .
to bje the lie, JIrucIt eS r SUWashlntom DoC: F. N. HITCHCOCK CO.': CeAtl.Titoivlllei Florida. I'ir 1

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off' :':;''''''i..? .; : '.of>"11.t'J.J ..bis ,' Ji ''' > sharing 'profits
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'1:!t.f J;. .i-J.: ..'f'lr.k","';tGN;'F".t.' = '1; ). .....t.."..'.1.J: :Assistant United States Treasurer' well as. with E., L.. BRADY &BRO: .

l ,"1.Y''I'-ib1;complete .William. 8..'L.ib of Philadelphia 'was its employees.His .

'" _aessma ad!the'"city\.and, demandadodt : : sumniartly.; : ,dismlawJ_ ;i>7 President position .Is < ;

'-s -arifarmg i 4 i trou:theear,; but: per- Boo velt;;who arraigaed. him for per .that the', business : Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products.
t! 't ttltted;no:excesses.i _One regiment:of idf"rc 1IateD$1e4ance'and ytolatioa the '" baring : ,

c L ps1dII.eswMek,. ;had,; at=irst, Joined_ the i civil,:service law-while m' office.- This d been made by We handle prodnoe of all kinds. We Ire agents for Hap1 relt iaelL We deal exclusively "
H-F..t6<< -_.tc1.1D'u.1't;; ...- ,: ... .., .-- ...-. ..--.:,action "is,..regarded.a'srarning to all the: cooperation in the above thus of goods and solicit the trade of all oonsamen. Write a* for prices 09 ?

'f""i'T"' :<" .',...:....-....?,,1"..!.".!'.".._.government.q. ?meanw hUe,. was federal.offlcehoklerB to aay.part' of.the employees and G rain and all Qroosries. delivered at your station. E.L:BRADY fir ';TrrosviUXFu., ,
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.f.-tI 'iJ'i,....,:: .f-> 'v;:,:,.,oncentratiag< about 20,000. ':. 'I'. troops5r ,' country!.who"think" that1'they'scan eon- ,;. H' customers, he : '
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J.-.f< 1aboat thi -8"1M.o\.t-; ,5'" fast their' 'offices fm' the:Interest of'apolitical t wants them toN AGONErCO.:
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.. .:.The;ineylttblil"tli; ;.cilnt'NOr20: inaxhlne;' dr.,I Ib Jwaa known .' 0. ,Nelson. nave the benefitof ., ::

3 ..reporta-4Urertq.M':to...,how;:'it.i begar: as the. boas of the Schuylklll county It.. Gradually be expects to, see,Itpass Hay iirain Fralt anti

.The tdDdai ftp ri ins to tile effect that $epablcan'machine! ** -,' entirely Into the ownership of the Staple and Fancy Groceries; > Produce, of all Hinds .'
?$- (: ; ,
-T ll ateBsM gtb -.ft'_bad ertered.his Mldihipnwh MwriwetfMrt 1jf employees and the customers. He-be
>mutineew to!fire!on the'sit "and.'the 'jVn. ,-" '.. -- -' c em.' it be made "
& laanI lieves can, :more. profitableby
flargeon befete VEGETABLES
) Gatewood'testified A SPECIALTY
.
S* ., !I' loyal.ttaielibneairu'ti: favorable an-; the this mutual interest and that the ad t.
-' court martial'at Annapolla
; concerDt'ng -
, ifc. *%Jail r'bad'be'teoliM to his demands.jfAt < dltlonal :profit. will go to those who Tlttuatrtlle.
the F1orlct.a.
' tht"iutopiy i
.on body, of i
** ::':,: the same toe the mutinous soldiers Midshipman(: Bra &. He' said, that make It. Mr. Nelson says the '11lostrates _, I

. :. "i satiittllotahCtgenebsntthekiiye that "co-operation can be
"- practically no weakness 'was discovered .
,' :; ; :; > [ttle to tte.troops MI tte"streets of the in:the \
: .f.. ;
'GQ the rebelUousnorth forts'and.took have been due to the head striking the constitution and the law any man or

,:. '", .:, .them by, torm.1.' '-1'be'r n 'the loyal'TIaieli floor during his'fight-'with%the defend company of men "can ,carry on business s !,

.' ". :and:from ahi :Ibore artillery Meriwether.. A blood clot was for the good of at least so large The success of the San Mateo Cigar

'::"\ ": 'piwed to oe'tte'more effective, and In found on the brain which, the"surgeon a number as it directly touches Just as ia one of the greatest triumphsof

... '., -aboid aalaaihe,mutineers.. were comj _- thought could not have been caused bya well as or better than it can for the advantage the East Coast since the freeze.

. .:':' >eUe4;.to..twrrender, ;their, ships beings fist blow. Midshipman Meriwethertook of one or two.". For this year

..:.., i.4w .either sunk or In'a helpless condition. net profits are to be divided In propor-
the stand In his
defense and
own Made from the choicest growths of tobacco
.'. men surrendered that the peninsula of Florida and the
About 2.090 : showed deep feeling, though justifying tion of 1 per cent on capital, 1% percent Island of Cuba
can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East '
egtf e u'my:,an t > fight challenge .according the plantations, the cigar industry of the world has never produced a better article.
"f > ;i its cadet code. on the gross profits on their For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union News Company

1-1f; officers.. A4'general ltrktdn the telegraph purchases.. on every train entering Florida; ;2-.
Squitrs Had to Quit Cuba.
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and natal servlee was begun tocompelgoyernment'recognldon .
Islands For Bird Preservation.The
The
announcement made at the
was
; of the Louisiana Audubon society has Manufactured by s. W. ROWLEY San Mateo Fla. '
't unioos..: iTUs virtually; Isolated Busala'irhiterlor state department that Herbert G.tquterj ,
: *'from*,the world Panic ,' our. minister to Cuba since leased for ten years seventeen islands

. ':' -,"- prevailed on'the 81'Petersburg bourse 1902' had t+resigned and;that Edwin V. off the coast of Louisiana to be used .
: as wild preserves for the nesting and ..
:;
when It"'was found that no one was Morgan "formerly; minister to Korea, er
'\ had been appointed ,to succeed him. breeding of birds under the care and
wllUncto buy government bonds
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of wardens.At .
1. It : guardianship
was generally understood though
The peasant.uprisings ,.continued in
. :.ri central Bussla with unabated" intensity not officially referred to. that, the Cuban the Tuberculosis Show.

,,; ',and the number. of unemployed hi the :"'government had made known its The American tuberculosis exhibition

.; :'<:';4' '4dties"owing to the'closing' of the state displeasure :concerning 'Mr, Squlers has opened at the American Museum

;;( (!( 'factories caused the labor.committee to attitude toward the project of the of Natural History, New York under

--f':: :thtmttea"another'general strike. Some American residents of the Isleftf Pines the auspices of the Association For the

of the strikes still continued_ at Moscow to make the Island a territory of the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis.

'. :And in Jtte* io tb.. By :authority :of United States. It was also known The object Is :to show by models of *

:,. 4- martial law,the;members of the congress that txr. Squlers favored the annexation sanitariums, of hospitals of tenement

.. of;'peDantJI'a .Moscow were ar- of Cuba and was active in opposing houses, etc.', the pp&gress and methods

,'.. xreeted. : the Anglo-Cuban treaty.RELIGIOUS. .' that have been adopted in recent years
for the pre"entlon'and of con
: cure
International FUrt: at MftyINw:
sumption. Dr. Darlington of the boardof '

,.,' : The sqnadcon. of warships representing J I health urged upon the public not to
; .England France, Austria, Russia 3 -
: buy patent medicines for this.disease, r
.r'", and Italy arrived at the island of Mlt- Gnat H.brew CeUbratian. as he thought they had no value \ .
e'C.
ylene preparatory''to making an ag
., ? Toward the end of the year 1654 the whatever. Only1 fresh air good food
:< demonstration against the ...
.J.p'eIS1ye' first Jewish settlers on the soil of what and rest would cure it Dr. Talcott
::' Turkish government I in order to compel Williams
of made the
Philadelphia
: .. la now the United States landed at New
the financial
:' ,the surrender, 9f control point that civic responsibility was justas
:v-.. ,t'. of,,Macedonia: Although the; absence Amsterdam, and in commemoration of]. practical and In dealing .
necessary
: .. of- a German ship tn'the fleet had the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary with disease in
as dealing with political -
-' .'. 'uued 'some-uneasiness, the German of that event the Jews of America
. corruption.
: : ambassador at Constantinople stood held special service of jubilation .
Editor McClure' Proud
Boast
: flmly WltH! the other European ainbassadors' on Thanksgiving day: The celebration P
8. s. McClure, editor of McClure's Y
:". in' making.,the'demands upon Is estimated to have Included not less \

,. the ,porter Several 'hundred ','sailors than 'a million and a quarter of JewsIn Magazine has a signed editorial his
',
December,Issue of Its advertising
mere itndedaadoeeupled the customhouse speaking
the United Staten There are now

,., '... 'and. other:public.. !'buildings_ :at about 1,000 synagogues in this country pages" as "the market place of
the world. But he calls
attention
to
i Mltyiene. i > of which 100 are of the reform and the
the fact that in this market place no
.
rest the orthodox
IR.tlftoatJon.atcL of style.
. f eac. .
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tECILIAN
saloons be
can found the "best" liquors
.'/' ., 'The,ratifications ;ot.tlte.Bue&. : apa Work of T ri.i and Al xand.r. are not announced there are no amc

:' nese' peactlreaty weft,<'!changed in The'American evangelists,Torrey and 20 per cent Investment offers, and "a '

I Y.. the state' department at Washington, Alexander concluded their three years' sufferer, from cancer must go else- PIANO PLAYER 1 1t'

- ,, Nov. 25. The do?amenti were duly crusade in Great Britain with a farewell where. All patent .medicines are ex

I I' ii. signed by"the Japanese and Russian mass meeting at Liverpool: Theysay cluded.
'
<<--'" 'representatives the presence of Sec they have ,made 95,000; converts

: ..f': 1'ttU1of t State. Boot a :after which all during their stay in _land. Grip Quickly. Knocked- Out-

: 1-"'. shook" hand A successful Church For MOR. "Some weeks ago during the severe
winter weather both wife and For sale by the
:, Reiehstaf Gorlis my myselfcontracted
XSerman ReopMMd. Secretary,W.. Scott, of the Buffalo colds which
severe
i : Upon reopening of the'relche4 Y.!M. C. 'A.,tells'In the Christian- speedily
:,' developed into the worst kind of la grippe \ .
I .':, .%t Berlin. Nov.28, Emperor'William in Advocate about the success of a recent with all ita miserable aymptons," says INDIAN RIVER

Ids speech from the throne said be had interdenominational movement startedby Mr. J. 8. Eglestoo, of Maple Landing,

I been.glad to support the president of I It his organization in that city in the IOW s. "Knees and joints aching, mug.

t L th nited States in his efforts to brag holding',of .gospel meetings for men, cles sore, head stopped op, eyes and nose MUSIC HOUSE,

I .;' ** about ileac, between Bails.and.Japan i without regard ,to class or creed. He running with alternate spells of chills and ;
I J : fever. We beuan
i i": ud ,that..be welcomed' Japan's! entryftt.ftaaily says that the,first year's work has car using Chamberlain'sCough 'Titusville Florida. >> S
Remedy aiding the f
with
I"....>..' 'Jt .-', Kw.,,::- of' :.-.... 'poy ers., i SHxpresMd e vied.-, ""'the-'<' 'gospel.', to' 20.000 men and boys.Mroifs dos of Chamberlain's, Stomach same and Live ,

t 1"';'-'.<;" t.'- '.the Uyetiaympatlty7. for State*'to the Dail.aw .' Tablets, and l>y ill liberal use soon completely
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I -" ....JII1-itbe't.sfforts. '-of. Russia. .. ,to' 'make a" 1- it-<@4
I t to '! '''tenul oondttj. III Tablets promote a healthy acti D.oUht
I" order : bjrlflerman neat.. the "
" eompttliidi.f'tbe constant mlsnnder- tree?.tblnkingxs...;euttw ref#Detroit bowels liver: and. kidneys which isal ''1 ., --F.. I
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s.'.. ,.' sending of.Stan diplomacy abroad, |i |d.,< ra. yird II mot to,be molested, gwtfdbyaf ways 1.1.1 or attack system of the grip con .f-,' --1. : .- ,'

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:X ; : ,.. ,, hind oo; yetef1etlael iiere'ewampedln the: fishboat ',"Gertrude .

-"';: ',';i-ti itiW-r=.= .. f ThItfOhble;; 11t$."4. .IP U. about three miles west!of the Hanlover :4f if

.T';.:.",.,. ':;,, i' ;,_ ,. .,1., '''''' '... ",," :,.}. 1I'; ;.' the:isspereetioe of'mli-and ciitti betitii canal and eleven miles. north of Tittisville f
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<.. : -". < 'i.>. 1--tl ;\.r.-: ; ?<: 1. They had their boat heavily laden with
> : ..f <--,: ,. v,;::f, J ...... oar ... 5tJr ,, .. xl. ,f", tt&ho---. ,, 1. bottom fish'and rasher
.. & ,, "! <<<#<01:1,'" -.It" ::; \ were anticipating: a !
o 9..<, ;* .!.'i.lt"%, 3-' -.---ii.i-.. "''' ::- ...,,,,, ::'-.-.r.J'w..,I:;"'; ,....' III J.The board of public lnsmiction' met on hazardous ran to this place, so headed 'n

,, .1: ;r@ i'5J.J'Ilse" ..,:, '''_: ''4,"-'-,:1niijery ,. fbrthes ,-: YongIlec.4th. : -'..i&l..."'_ 'it: :board, ', Ii' pres: their,boat up in the high: ;' seas in :an endeavor ;
'; {\,,, 4-y.: : aendngaha\ '*'people of iiiJi; The;.mbuka of'the last regular .
-:;:.->J! ;ulJ. ,,; ,: 1-c': to reach. nearer the west shore.into
_ _,:''s."! :"--w.f "7f"..EW "" ..' :; f-rob:': : '':"o 1* m; ting were read and adopted. : smoother water. .
1t : rw '
x#".J=' # 1M WU9.IDWeII&i ,,,'thatfabelnaexpre ';"' :; TiWd-w .r po ik.No', ''Was found The wind was. blowing almost. a gale, 1

.J>* 4': t.d.III ,.r..!eLanbject Amongt&tha' : $ cornet and, redeemed'Warrants wereMaly- from the" west and- slightly' northwest, all I:
\1.kj. ir '/to their vie* wefollowlnVffrom eaocelied and:'(led. '
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Jr: :.: {J., 4njjBz I i i. a'J-jMJedUisnen; ( >' ("''f?.;' { .. 7.48T.55 which was buoyed( np by the gasoline F 7..z.
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bra of the wixt l leaisJatnreV.apeaal etreseN' Wamati paid.in ffovember.. .... 1 '81194 tank.. It.being raw cold and
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>.r.-.;>&".t.7jff -.rlt:4".M- aId:lfA', '" every;'election';.men, Cislion hud.!..--....--._......__. ."8to6 hope.to save their, lives was to abandon
> "I' the boat.
"f r i;; *. b'every sense;are entrusted>ithJeipf DeidtiQ f1m4L.:_._ 6,50155' Scobie decided to swim with the wind ,

: ;_ legislation;yet,Ekyy55PZ' '
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,';.I"; t".r'1- % :,i;. 'r ted-bothbj,#, .J.-jr.the pane'- -- and. "bli'tb- .;.-thelitueet.etc.At 'County school fud. f .. help and come to the rescue of Norwood.

.. 1,.- ,:.'1'm5!.". "." ->- ''tr.l-o: :.-C ; ;-''*'***'JijUtlf least'V.-jfr one* point** ** should* )For teachers' salaries_.____..-.. 131&00'_11 He found the ridgepole to the boat awning

';-lfillj'j.!;,1Z ",*,-.f.; : eaflCJjpqae> men efsnmaenunUiIjto : -. Transportation of popils,..._. ..v,11x50 and took'it to help keep him afloat.

.'l'i,t 1i"" >,}!.f'\'!, ".,"':. ---:UWwhJchwUliikndthe, >- .. John R.Stir apt.for Nov... J75.00 After he bad struck out, however, young
-,a. tort of constltartJonality ..,and who will A. J.Carter diem and ... .
; } ? per mileage MO Norwood, a lad of about 18 years, wisely Senor Quesada, Cuban Minister to the United St It EI-

'4 Tpfisi mearararrthat will"not; be;repealed & E. Mama, per diem and mUe&ge9.00 decided to strike out for the nearest pointof ,- Senor Queeada., Cuban Minister to the United States,la an orator born. In

d". a ;, %);the next eoceediug lep ata .'!t $ *, B.B. Arnold.. <., per diem and mileage.>.. 9.20Jolia land before be became helpless by .being an article in The Outlook for July by George Kennan, who heard Qaesada

? ,, < t';And'to the same effect ia the following, Hepry,typewriting min. for PJb.00! speak at the Esteban Theater, Mantaniaa, Cuba, be laid: "1 have seen many
..,TI- ''" -'" East C. Advocate,pub. finan.statement 1!OO chilled through and benumbed by audience under the
""'-- : ->lrom the Gainesville 9amthat spell of eloquent ipeech and In the grip of strong emotional
s4 ; /PThefei4; 'one,tbIntoertaia, ind thit i..r Addie' Gibert' janitor' No. 16' _.._.._.. 5.00O.F..Dn the cold wind and water. He' reached k excitement; but I have rarely witnessed such a scene as at the close of Queeada'aeulogy
'* ..__ .. 4.00 shoal bank distance
the t of Florida will have +be n; a. after swimming some upon the dead patriot, Marti. In a letter to The Peruna Medicine Com
people( to
: i 0.'M. Quarterman, boating desks___' 8.60 but was so overcome,by the. cold that.he panT, written from Washington. ,.D. C., Senor Queiada. says:
1 ;"g' more careful in selecting members:of the W. P.Giles,'repairs to No. 2"':........ ,1.50' was almost insensible and unable to.talk,

.j. 51 .le: 'islatara'or.elseenbmifthe'meaeureebrougbtbefore ... ., :. s. A. 0Iteen, -, ** ". 19_ _? 2.00 stumbling and walking like a drunkenman "Perunal can recommend as a verygood m di.

:I that body to committee Hodgson Bros., supplies for No. 22 10.85 when first noticed by the. parties cme. It is an excellent strengthening tonic and It

: t 'of inveetigatipn! ,.befor\1ey! come;up for J..Pritchard & Son, gnppliea.. ._...... ,2,60
i OJ' paeea e.'J, p' J ue.aSome S. 8;;Jones-,.rappliea' ;__" ___._;..;'.-'_1/ 5.15 who came to his rescue. is also an efficacious cure for the almost universal

)j; years ago a special 'joint committee B.B.Pyles, _........__= is.70 Scobie finally reached the canal but complaint of catarrh. "Qonzalo De Quesada.
Am. Book.(Jo, frte books ,38.78 was completely exhausted by swimming .
> hejBtyle'and'subetance of blueliar --- .
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: H. &; W. B. Drew, Con supplies,........: 1.53 such a ]long distance.It Congressman J.H. Bankhead, of Ala There ia bat a single medicine which
dtf.'f. created the effect of which the
} upon Ginn &; Co.,high school books.latheij ._____ 20.04 required several days for them to bama,one of the most influential members Is a radical specific for catarrh. It i*

.,7: ;. f ;[legislation of the session. ', wag, defidedly Indian River State bank, interest__.: 18.97J. fully overcome the effects of their being of the'House of Representatives, In Peruna, which has stood a half century

; :, marked.., :Why" not try'-' the experiment B. Walker, freight, post, ezp., etc.. 10.20L. in'the rough eeas and cold water, so long.: letter written from Washington, D. C., teat and cured thousands of,&HI.

again? '' A. Coleman, repairs'to No.*1: :'.-.__ 9.80 They were brought home Monday noon gives his endorsement to the great catarrh If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory -
i v :Abe Quincy Times takes a rather novel remedy, Pernna, in the following results from the TIM of Peruna,
.- much to the relief of their relatives and
t "' .view'of the matter. It says:'. $1,682.22 words:, write at once to Dr. ilartman, giving a
friends who bad started
= ."The' is should people The petition from (citizens regarding already out to full statement of your case and be will
yz : question why search for that "Your Peruoa one ot the best
them feeling.
sure something -
"J' ', need such advice:regarding candidates school! f Bahla was discussed and referred medicines I ever tried, Mad no family be pleased to give you his valuable advice
had to them their not
n":'lii for office, whether for the legislature or to the superintendent. ,happened by should ;be without your remarkable gratia.
arriving here the day before. remedy. As tonic and catarrh cureI Address Hartman,Presiden of The
E W V '. for constable?" Every one should realize interest know of nothing better"...J. H.Bankhead. Sanitarium'Colnmbos,0., All
: that not this bat other Great in Motor Races
only age every age Weekly Weather correspondence strictly confidential.
Report.
: : requires. the ,beet men, for'any office. The Florida East Coast Automobile frP.8.
Ask .druggist for free Peruna Almanac for 1906
DEPARTMENT Of AORICTJLTUBI :
WXATflKBBDXKAC. your
.
feelings should association held
..: "Per onal not control an important meeting at .
_. ,
i;U votes ,when 'personal feelings,lean toward the club's headquarters Daytona last --'-
JUPITER, FLA., Dec. 12.1905.
$;t'+: the weaker candidate yet strange to say Friday night with a good attendance.Mr. .

>.It. in many' ;cases personal feelings are' the .' Asa Paine, of Minneapolis' the Comparative rainfall for statement tbe week of ending temperaturesand Tuesday. Send Job Printing to The Star Office

', m issue: In connection. with the. no-; new president of the club, was,present 1905 1904 your
a DATS. MAX. KIN. MAX. MIN.Dee. .
St--"' merous arguments for strong-minded' and and was warmly welcomed by every member 6. .74 65 77 67

f::. \ honest representatives, we hear. that such I there. Reports received from Senator 7. 72 65 72 57

is.> are especially desirable two years hence, W.J.. Morgan, the promoter, were to the "" 8. 74 68 70 52
9. 68 60 74 52 The
:,;YS-':''!< for. .the reason that matters of' great im effect that great interest was being mani- 10. 68 52 76 58 s Alpine Cottage,
Do fdutedin the and the list entries 11. 70 52 76 62
,t,1"f portanre will tome np for 'action. east
Under the of Mn. Kate
"> 12. 73 57 .76 58 ,tIc7Ap management
_j\; not matter, great importance, come up will be the largest ever known. The organization Total rainfall for the week. 7.71 inch. Myers, assisted by F. A. Lesley,

:!f'};f for acdon at ev jy:,,session ,of the legislature has 141 members and the Departure rainfall for the week plus 7.08 TITUSVILLE, FLA.

U' ? We see Dom re occasion for urging next regular meeting will be held the first inches.
Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, pits
,JF', the voters to. select J good representatives Monday in January. 6.33 inch. Daily or Weekly Board.
H. P. HARDIN. House Newly Furnished.
: in thellegiaJatare, l than in other
.r : any
:!Cr'.i. .r : office. 'Hence. .J.;:1:ie believe'that while alls Key Biscayne Buoys MovedOn Official in Charge. Everything First Class.

:r. this good advice ts being, cast pat upon Oct. 26th, 1905, Biscayne bay sea Location: Hopkins street, near Julia.

StyJcs' ,: 'I the "anappreciative" .voters, it should bell buoy No. 1, painted black, previously LA POSADAA
reported oat of position, was replaced in L. MOBLEY
> not confined to one office, bat should J.
, 21 feet of water on the bearings: Fowey ,
be sent.broad'CI8t down the line showing Rocks lighthouse R; Soldier ,Key, right Pleasant Family Hotel TITUSVILLE FLA.,
>
tffo,. partiality none neglecting none." tangent 8W. 1516 W., old tower on Cape
The Tallahassee True Democrat remarks -, Florida NW. by W. J W.. St. Augustine, Florida Contracts for all kinds of Painting Kalminining -
r#* Biscayne channel buoy, a second class Staining. Finishing and PaperHanging
', .' :\ I as follows: can, painted black and write in perpendicular Convenient to Union Depot YOU WILL ENJOYany at the most reasonable price

;" "We have an abiding faith in the concrete stripes, was found to be located and to all points of interest of oar popular brands of cigars. We consistent with good workmanship.

-v virtue and good sense of the people on the bearings: Fowry Rocks lighthouse BwutlMy Located tad Open All-tlie-Ywr receive them fresh from the manufacturers Work anywhere the East Coast

'e '. en masse. We believe that,as a whole, SE..1 E., Soldier Key, right tangent and that's why op
SVV I 8., old tower on Cape Florida NW. BATES: Specially solicited. Let me know what
do theright thing. They be
they may 7.16 W. Charts affected: 165 and 166. $150 and $2.00 per day THEY.. RETAIN THEIR FINE FLAVORand you want and get my estimate on it.
deceived and, betrayed, at times, but do 'Special rates to families are uniform in quality. Our cheap Prompt attention given to all work.

( they not hasten to correct whatever errors A Bad Scare and permanent guests.... cigars smoke better than most expensive

i f they'may make? Do not they generally Some day you will get a bad scare, ones bought elsewhere. Well made cigars EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
Mrs. C Gould
and often severely-punish the leaders, when you feel 1 a pain in your bowels and Proprietress from selected tobacco well cured

f ,orwonld-be, leaders,' who deceive. or be- fear appendicitis. Safety lies in Dr. King's makes an exquisite! smoke. We have o. r. DQAU. Lgent,
that kind.
New Life Pills for all bowel
a sure cure,
tray them? This is ,precisely what we
and stomach diseases such headache.
believe they are going to do, in several. biliousness; Costiveness, etc.as Guaranteed RED CROSS PHARMACY Florida and ,.

:; ",\ instances., right' here.in Florida', in the at Bed. Cross Pharmacy, only 25c. Try Mr. Stewart, of our Mel- TITUSVILLE.BOBBINS.

{_ next primary If we have mistaken their them. bourne office,Is creating; our WesternHeats

_'_ temper and disposition and they fail to Furniture Department to 1

> : do so,see shall be :disappointed, bat' wes .Get 'Ready For Christmas meet the. genuine wants of (

;! shall not,lose our faith in them. If. not

t ', a DOW" ; the time willsorely come when they the people, and he now & GRAHAM

will see clearly.and act. rightly. .and prompt- : ", \'\; claims to have the most CO., of all Kinds.

S' Iy.JJ "4N,'. I--> h I complete line of House Furnishings I (Incorporated. Paid up & $25,000.00.) I
; On this very same subject the Jacksonville the TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
ever sun on
This owns landsin
s : Tim..Union says: company
river. the Indian River Country -
xn,1 "The average elector does not vote for ,on the St. Lncie River, NOTICE TO HON-8E8IDENT.

the man because he is the best man. He tI Out prices are right and at New River'and on Biscayne IN THE CIRCUIT OOURT IN AND FOR
votes for him because he likes him better I Bay. the Seventh Judicial Circa of florida, in
ki we take all kinds of pleasure and for Brevard Count/-In Chancery.
a4 than he Ilikee other candidates. This is true

of Florida and of every other state. It is not ure.in quoting them. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES E. D. Mitchell vs. )) Bill for Divorce.

true of the I legislature alone. It is true of all You have heard of Angle Send for land list. EWe Mitchell ,

offices.: And so it often comes to pass that To Elsie Mitchell Residence unknown :
? Some call
Lamps people OrriCEBAT .
tbe nun who aspires to a position because I You
are hereby required to appear to, the-
them Write
f: be his ideas of how be can beet serve the ar 'Angel Lamps. TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. Bill of Complalnt filed herein against yuu to
and will tell the U the above entitled came on or before the IM
people and who intends to leave self oat -. us we you I day of January, 1906.

of consideration is often defeated by. one a i.rG joke on Mr. Rockefeller. John White & CO. THE FLORIDA STAB ia hereby desigu-u-o
r u the in which this order shall be
?s. who has no ideas at all except the ad vance* Send your orders for Holiday LOUISVILLE. KY. newspaper
btoblUM IMt published once a week for eight conaecutiv
meat of self. The latter wine some voters Goods to is;;,; FEE STEWART CO. IIPe..wN' .- weeks.
:y by remembering their names and professing .- .... Witness my hand and seal of taid court Uu
the 2nd day of November, A. D. 1905.
3,. great friendship for them whenever R. L. MO'n'QWI Melbourne and Fort Pierce FURStad UKAL] A. A. STEW UT.
,
';. he mcetoftbeiD. He wins others by Hides.WMtM Clerk Circuit Court
: 'them ; .Titusvllle and Cocoa. ... By 0. A. Stewart D. C.
,drinking with or' snaring in 'their 'Ii :Jr=Jt= r- ..& F.J. Webb. Solicitor for Complainant.

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;'_ 4 ..'..- > llfthlfplant of :Florida for the season's pleasures.
% wr# 4'Ju7..1 iaawertotbe chaigs'of ,: tie Brewing One :of the most unique and far mable wife ,went\ to. Tampa recently,
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:fi f'J U y t 8Ute t; Methodist' e renceOtteFloridu "the'" killing of young Guy Bradley. ) Walter ,'
:.. buildings.. of Knight & Wall they noticed a superb
.' .r' ;jn"; Christian question In years to:come. ,,long..after ?
<\;; edltor.. Advo- months
Smith at Flamingo several '
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_.,.. .. the forests been swept off l ; ;
.tetft neeeed'Rev 'J''B.
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f &3- "," M11'111toft....' 8tonewaU to.: c',Havana, ";as trains -'attareachlg now beyond acperadven- Court:, at Key West deemed the evidence the'person who 'guesbed .the; nearest
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< t d, HavanaT" T1ii8'wUl sate. the expense wood in,this section, that the.ordinary last day. .Mrs: ,ventured a
.{if' : P >WCO. >,;f a."' :magnificent. YoungAssociation freight the same as. 'an acquittal of the defendant and fortunatelycame' withinfive .
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*' :. }:de41cated, r aa& aftermidiopetied News. 'heating The killing of young Bradley was has been presented'with :therange. "
article which
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;r i > Wi:the r public FrldarY ; : n made an event of general. importance She guessed ,a34 And :the '
$ :F The,,, ; Ker'West: Inter-Ocean, says. : and. for\steam. production. Is preferable ., National : .
that the I
: much'.so
{B1&ht. :1t"7' so total attendance for that day was
; West.Is-to have .
t't r "Key .a .new daily to wood or coal '
t ITh 'schooner Everet Pierce 'of' Sa- : Audubon cle r, of which he was carrepresentative 5,829.-Orlando Reported:
e \ ;" ,*:. Li ,; paper. Efforts are now being made tosecure .The'1mo1'Iede. of, the,use to which 'I'

:'f 51f it. 'y.- 3. ;"Qaj,fitter a'nine r .days'. .cruiser "- ? ; the"necessary:. support, and ,if the: peat beds of Scotland and Irelandare as game warden. of. _._._ T .- yS
_ :c..b-'l"'f> :; : ; -' Monroe :county and while in the' discharge -
';;:. ; "',{'",'i.:'_:'Wle'< orida'coist'took.. sir catch"Ctitih umbrs' 'are; correct it, will 'shortly .put, to,. .many sections of these ., I i An Emergency Medicine

.....(1 ;'t. L to ,thq_Savannah market;valuedS .makeits appearance.. :The1. .names of countries depending'wholly upon 'this of which duty he was killed, For! sprains,,bruises, burns, scalds and ''
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.f.
toot matter and
the"
'; jAA up employed Col. similar is nothing-so goodas
injuries,
.. there
tt '
< :\ 'WV. '
the forfuel
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the promoters. are being held for decomposed vegetable product .
:t' .:--p.:: j:" :,1. -- --- J.. T. Sanders, of this city to go to Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It soothes
:.It .t Theilhird."iW8l: of/thee negro Jake. present' but the'publie will probablybe Is probably what .Induced Mr. the wound and not only gives instant re-
Key West and is the State in the
"'=4r <: ::1Jridfdrd' lie ,:the. .murder xoLr3oha_ .put wise in:a few ;days., There is J.. M. Cheney, of the Orlando Water as lief from pain, but causes the parts to ;

-. g'"r" }'C."S fP1mn ef.j'Jei..:. !> : & in' ;,.a.. verdict'of no .doubt, ; that f"' there', ,will., be plenty and d. Light. Company, to experimentwith prosecution The killing of of his. Bradley slayer., it will be by heat the in about uiual one treatment thinl the Sold time required by. Red f

i 1! fCtBtto;wlth "a.,' ,recommendation to. of room..for more than one first class : the muck of. this locality. He remembered occurred on Smith'sboat Cross Pharmacy.
K'
:':mercy. :fie. :wilisbe lftl1, !&'..'1f8 sent i n1-Paper! within 'a .fewfmonths. has demonstrated to, his satisfactionthat

.J-.f.. : ,,,S"'ff.. *- s\. -f' -. at .Flamingo, where' deceased The board of public instruction In
.. .>'' .n>I <'' ee., ,;..r r Miami. News.. he manufacture compressed had gone to remonstrate' with' him V

..- t' : k'tiB: gbt out. of: ..texthiitlone, :prey. Work on.the county rock road, between bricks of peat which, ton for ton, is about a son killing birds at one of order that county teachers may receive

:!Cit. ir-!.....,:,";cinbts':In.aft' :county.in.. .the :last.spe. WestPalm :Beach. ?and Miami equal,to bituminous, coal. the rookeries, in the keys. Bad blood their salaries before ,the Christmas

"" -x '"iw""; :t.>.gaa:. ;el 'ii iroted;?diry:. ..to.wttReddickkMcttoehi : : Is stilly progressing; at. ya [satisfactoryrate ; Mr. Cheney and Capt.. Richard Hud- existed between Bradley I and Smith holidays, *will meet in sbeclal

>i"i P ? ,: rFort'decoy. Camp and it is now a foregone conclusion son have been working on plans to facilitate and after a heated passage of words pesslon: on Saturday December 23,

1- ; the manufacture of this fuel. at 7:30 a. m. All teachers. are r8-
& it_ Stanton.Martin. ,Pedor,,and. LeL that the gap between I Delray both shot and
'iP" men Bradley was killed
', '-'-- "' < "qtr .,...J. and have that Is quested to take note of this fact In
.:..'S:..." ."' .... if'4'Ocala .lJ&lUlaf... L and Fort Lauderdale Wpt'be completed perfected machinery while Smith remained unharmed.-

: !( ; :'-;'TheiBoai'd L'ol; Commissioners of by the first,day of January, 1906, calculated to do the work: of ten ora Miami Metropolis. order that they may'not be Intone

.. t !;,:' ,PoUc' counfcr have:refused to take any unless some unforeseen .Incident dozen men much more effectivelythan nienced.-Tampa Times.

should arise to retard the work. This heretofore. .
the
4. action lnredlstrictlng county so
Large Orange Order.A .
? tF as to make J a fl+proper distribution of will make a continuous' hard-sur-: \\i\ Down
c telegram sent to Florida from t\un
was
road between three Florida Oranges In New York.
''!i>;t.J.tti.t 4i T; the:;;road funds according, .to the faced a point .
miles north of West Palm Beach and Birmingham last Tuesday, says the
p- amount of toxation.WnBL (Fruit Trade Journal)
: : ,' Birmingham News for twentyfourcars .
Cutler and even to ..Homestead. Florld&' 'oranip .
: The market was
)(
son-in-law
JJfi :Hasttett his r. '
of oranges, one of the largest or- '
: Miami News. completely demoralized this week. : HIS is a common txpres- r.
:(!,, .: .McDonald, wife 'and two chil- ders for this fruit ever before given ,

'. :, ;dehreachedOrlando a few days ago, W. E. Embry the energetic Fair Receipts were heavy and ,a large por- at ,one time. The telegram revealedthe 1 i sion we hear on every y.

'&i.f\x!$ ;'having :traveled; -from Scranton, Pa. Commissioner of P8.S00'county, is rejoicing tion of them, here very wasty, and
'" fact that Birmingham will handle
y4 : 4'rep.far:as:Mclntosh,:Marion county, in over having won the first much of, the remaining fruit was un more oranges this season than ever side. Unless I there is 1,1 1

prize of 1200 for the best tobacco exhibit attractive. Large quantities were of-
t:: ,an. 'automobile, when the machine before to say nothing of the Increased some organic trouble, the con- *
displayed at the State Fair fered through the auction, ani: these
I down.
broke business other '
in apples and fruit
or. This prize was awarded by the judgesto sold at a wide range of prices: dition can doubtless be remedied. .
f Andrew: IVttterson' a .Jacksonville Not a single car of the record break- .
'Gadsden county but Mr. Embl'J'enter Brown & Seccomb .t
sold 10,500 box
f ,'negro. arrested. on November 14th for fair: ing order is for a commission man in .'our doctor is the best adviser.o 1
d a protest to the committee es, including a few boxes of grapefruit:
= section of street car Birmingham all of their orders hav-
:_ riding in the a ,
c proved .hls right to the prize and the Fruit Auction Co. had threeor } ,not dose yourself 'with all : .
;reserved for white people, thereby ing been placed. Every box will be
and it was given to him. Tobacco four carloads of oranges and
grapefruit
: y :violating:'a' city ordinance requiring sold to local and out-of-town deale1'l.who' ends of advertised remedies ,. .i
raising is developing into one of the The range of prices was 15 .,
: the :separation of the races, has been sell direct to the trade. In speakIng'
leading and most profitable intys- cents to $3.30 per box; the lowest and jet his opinion. More than likely t.
.lined)l .and COI I. f of the order W. L. Murdoch said
tries in Pasco county.-Tampa Times. highest prices, of course, being extreme -
Judge R.. M. Call in the Circuit he will have handled fully fifty cars von need a concentrated fat food '.1
., Postmaster Budge should be happy. ; but most of the fruit was

4gj;1r : Court'.at' Jacksonville' has sustained He declared a Sear ago that in 1905 sacrificed and did not pay for, shipment before sion the season is over. CommIS- to enrich your blnod and tone "*,! -do
men in Birmingham according to
if the validity of the city ordinance re the Miami postoffice would advanceto
: of the on C. M. McMahon, will sell no less than the
quiring the separation races .
fifth place In Florida and his prediCtion The condition at the oranges was up system.
it constitutlonal 100 cars, making a total of 150 cars
cars declaring
the street has come true. The chief so bad that a couple of carloads were

;' and that'the city had the power postofflces of the State now come in disposed of at 30 to 40 cents, respectively that win be handled through Binning Scott's Emulsionof 4
ham houses before the season is
gone.
to it and enforce itOf
paw the following order: Jacksonville; per box private sale.
There 300 boxes the
-- are to averagecar.
N the'$25,000 appropriated by the Tampa, Pensacola and Miami The This fruit, of course had an abnormal
The total number of cars will
* 1 : government to remove the hyacinths receipts of.cash in the Miami post. amount of rot. Cod Liver Oif.
equal 45,000 boxes. In box there
f ,from Florida navigable waters; $5,000Wagiven office the past year amounted to $16 The condition of the Florida every -- I.

to clear the KIsslmmee 'river'Is 637.21 against a little more than |13,. oranges. was never worse than this are about 200 oranges, making a total

being used to make a'break water of 000 last year.-Miami News. week. A fairly good demand for year. is just such a food in its best form.;
Owing to the attendance at the
log along river. to keep tha plants Mrs. Fanny R. Gary's cat has developed fine fruit of desirable size sprang up of 4,500,000 oranges in .the 150 cars. !It will build up the weakened '

: from spreading: In the channel-Or- a strange Inclination in going towards the close of the week, which /

, ,Undo Reporter., out and hunting rattlesnakes. Tuesday gave encouragement to recelv First class oranges are selling for and wasted body when all .
$2.25 and $2.40 per box. Estimatingthe
' A certain cypress tree standing morning the cat brought Into the era. The market is glutted with large average sale at $2.25, the mini other foods fail to nourish. if

r near ..P1Dho k. Umber estimators kitchen a rattler fully five feet long sizes; small fruit Is In limited supply the
traffic in this winter
mum oranges -
claim? will furnish fully 9,000 super. which,she found In the woods, aught and wanted, that Is, sound stock. will reach $101,250. you are run down or emaciated

r 'flclal feet of lumber to the owner. behind the head and crushed the life
All of the oranges received so far give it a trial : it cannot hurt ,
'' From the ground to the first'limb the out of it, and spread,it before her kit- A lodge of Elks .will soon be or- this
have been in
season good condl-
& apparent distance Is 125 feet. This tens that they might regale them- ganized in Daytona with nearly fifty tion. you. It is essentially the best

.tree Is a giant among giants and Is selves on a delectable repast. Thisis members. I, possible nourishment for delicate

Y perhaps several hundred years old. At the first Instance that Mr. Tom R- --.-_ A Certain Cure for Croup

+zy present'prices for: timber this tree is. Gary has ever heard of such a procedure Dying of Famine When a child shows symptoms of children and pale anaemic girls.! :1'

worth 113 .Apalachicola Times. on the part of a cat. The cat's IP, in its torment, like dying of con- croup there is no time to experiment We will send a sample free. i'
you
The valuation of Volnsla county unexpected visit Into the kitchen pro- sumption. ,The progrroof wnHimplion, with new remedies, no matter how highly -

property increased this 'rear $573. duced consternation with the cook from the beginning .to the very end, is along they may be'recommended. There is

.
torture, both to victim and friends
x r- '%OG.' offer that of. last year. The that only the strong arm of man could "When I had consumption in its first one preparation that can always be depended Be sure that this picture.

'tOt t assessed valuation of the county" quell-Ocala Star. stages," writes Wm. Myers, of Cearfos?, upon. It has been in use for (in the form of alibc.11s un ;.;.

: :for 1904 wa $3.822,636; this art Is I Md., "after trying different medicines and many years and has never been knownto the wrapper of every bottle : "
+ KoSwnt About It a good doctor, in vain, I at last took Dr. of Emublon you buy. ',if.,
any before the' freese.. Property in King's New Discovery which quicklyand fail viz: Chamberlain's Cough Reme- .
It is no secret, that for cuts, barns, Mr. 31. F. Compton of Market SCOTT
for taxation .is assessed at perfectly hired me. Prompt relief dy. & BOWNE '
ulcers fever Sores boils
x about sore eyes etc.. and sure for of it "I have used Chamber- I
'one-third Its value.' The real nothing is sa effective as Bucklen's Arnica ran* coughs colon, sore Texas says Chemists 1" ,

''value of the,.property., of the county. Salve. '"It didn't take loBgtocnre a thrnat, bronchitis, etc. Positively pre- Iain's Cough Remedy in 'severe cases of .
.' bad sore I hadi and it is all 0. K for ore rrnts. pnenmnnia. Guaranteed at RH croup with my children, and can truth 409 Pearl Strut, New York w
therefore i$. over $13,000,000. JI ('rnssPharni.vv price 50c and $un( .
,
i. eves," write D. L.; Gregory, rf: Hips, folly say it always gives prompt relief.'' ,
l"'te. T5a' free.
;'..'J -" ,". tone .News.: Tex.25c at Red Cross Pharmacy. wattle For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. SOo. aad $I. AD Oruttrsts '!'Jii'
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the ..-"Ie 1p ea'aeevtetied. Dxtlk.aoa"right ; : ;; t i'
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}' .... t. Mmflax$ 1'.t f ... ; UT;;.'EH'LUCK CANDYletst1'aMl Agricultural Implements < : ;
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':J--- ' : ....: 'ai".. D 11'1.-- "' "- '. sal.Y re Stekea,W nb.a r Grlp j UsTaa4MMBtoyetWi. l' '..-(} .
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: Si1 -P I d'of thgo.l' .;;;_:..1..IIIiIII..:.......... '. 4M SANFORD 'FLORIDA .' :'

d ertwrs'of:ttwfor -flTe;.states,andLflftsftd .OUt.o_.. _0esaltt.' .CIIIII <.ItarYHklYftt < I',
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4 seni of .>District of .ColumbtfTjadopted -'i :BLOOB CLEll '.. 'r" :
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{ iresolutions. ;at.; ..Washing-. I r .
iit tali urglgg'cpugreas to dump the datethe.presidential'inauguration : .f'r
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o from .ra1jsbW .

_ = Ailu3casletAAtf tla t 1leweosartoteeMltlo 'MUeia" *4dt the at1'hiiradarf April,:.
:_ ? >red a .-R Statatica
": aa within e ePubncit7 u: tile fn lemuq :of ;the: 4tb 'of" March with",M y''paralysis wife had in been her suffering arm when five I years was :
OF '
&'&ii' *1'Lv ."iB i *u.?**MU>*' ". *;:- 'fi- Xeathei';for.;the'" past t1ir -ftVe'lear... persuaded to use Ballard's Snow Liniment QU EN SEA ROUTEi
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4h.1J t F!en Isere Elliot*4J t2 ;>-< 'i' which'eored -her all right: I have
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r Pa17tiBdmoat$of NevXoct an- 4 tEGAL" 0' also need it for old sores, frostbites and ,
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4 aosnced r: wsWngton"a;tta of |heaoinasittee'oi' fI! f..,1. <0- ....,., -' CRIMINAL. ., skin ernoner It does the work. 25c, 'So-,
fepresentative men tern 50s and 100. Sold by Red Gram Pharmacy ,
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3 7 ill Parts of,the country:who hare been Morris', .Nephw.. Held'! For' Fraud., Ha.,.and Pharmacy, EanGaUie Merchants ,& Miners Trans. Go's .,." { ,

tsiBd to-taiito: f Samuel, ;F.sfoQhelmeca... .. .nepb. w..ofNelaon ,
1. '
: *1 fthInt the Morris, ;the wealthy. Chicagopecker ,

'jwaa.'arrested. on.'the- 'J1arge'of.. for ':'her discharge, by writ of habeas STEAMSHIP :

Lt'7, J biytng.swindled.: 8.:\W. Straus &Co, corpus, thus removing'the last stay to LINESBETWEEN ,, .

ry 1 > ,reQuirtngr as mortgage .brokers,:'out :of, f250.000'm the execution' of the death sentence on

itOnll I Dec. 8 for the murder her husbandat ---- ---- .
the test: months by telling ofctltloni .. ,
; i 'te'a, = to, ;mike .deals with his, uncle's. comElfttjen BennlngtonVt. In 1901, by poisonIng >J .0'

<.. r- public the ; The court was unable to find that : :
P8D1'it. t
PHILADELPM'Direct
'z&- sources / and Mr Rogers had sustained any violation SAYANNAHBALTIIORE & ) r
Perjurer Convlotid. -
34 L' amount of their .of rights secured by the federal .
,
revenues and Samuel ;:K.'.Ellenbogen,: a New TorteI constitution. I :.'. ,

'' y marshal and Tammany district .' ". :
-t < detalla ofL -
disbursementsThe ; captain, was found guilty of perjuryin Remarkable Cure Connections forWashington -

> I ts t list todudes 'connection wIth' the recent city'elections "I was mnch afflicted ,with sciatica" i <

3_ men :! Between registration and election writes Ed. C. Nod,. lewaville, Salgwick '
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F Covernor such 'Fork as days he had sworn that two men Co., Kan., "going about on crotches and New York and Boston. 1 : :

lived at a certain house at the very suffering deal of pain: I was induced to .

Ferry Belmont., time they were, hi the custody of the try Ballard's Snow Liniment, which "
Garvln of "
authorities for false registration. He relieved me. 4
,. Rhode Island, iLE., ''Ingalls, Melville "I need three 50c bottles.:It is the greatest "
tickets
sale at
sentenced not less Through on principal points.Accommodations .
was to than two and )
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Stone :Editor Harvey ,of Harper'sl@tf liniment I ever used; have recommended ':y' :

,. Week17.. Oscar: 8.:8tra ,: ,John.G.: :' hot more" than four years In Sing Singprison it to a number of persons; all express and cuisine unsurpassed.. .f>,t
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> l I 0' themselves as being benefited by itt ''-' Mllburn.; .L'X. Shepard, Clark Howell ', '
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without crotches able to
I t now walk per-
: t of: ..Georgia,' John vWanamakcr; Stnator Burton's Second Conviction.On labor the
deal of
form a great light on
..JadIOia"B 1non of:Ohio. W.' D: the of his Influence
; wanJ charge using farm." 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by Red
4iver::,.of Missouri,.:B.,.B.. Smalley. of as a United States senator to prevent Crow Pharmacy and EauGallie Pharmacy Com'l re
H. C. AVERT Jacksonville.
'VetemOnt' ,' Josiah Qulncy of .Massachusetts a fraud order against/the Rialto Grain EauGallie, Fla. Agent, '= ,

James; K.Jones of Arkansas,1. and Securities company of St Louis, J. C. YHITRET, 2d T. P. k'.M., 1P.P. Tuaaut. G. P..A., -
<, drew Carnegie; President Schurman off : Joseph R. Ij irton of Kansas was found For Over Sixty Tear.. .

Cornell; :Chancellor Andrews ,of Ne- guilty on, six, counts lathe United 6E5EEAL OFFICES, HALmon.IID. : .
baa
Mrs. Winalowa' Soothing Syrup
'y1lraslca States circuit St. Louis. Counsel .
k onlversltyVetc.vosc court at I'
been need for over sixty years by millions .
Or brit 'I Inaufltiration. for the defendant filed a bill of exceptions of mothers for their children while teeth-

.!b.ommtttee' having IB and the senator was sentencedto Ing, with perfect success. It soothes the '

4 ; 'charge the ceremonies of the Inauguration six months Imprisonment and to pay child, softens the gums, allays all pain, Florida East Coast Railway.r

of PtaidentIioasisTelk; .on March a fine of.&500. cures wind colic, and is the best remedy =
for It will relieye the
JUt Verdict Tract diarrhoea. poor .
4 has-reported recently the amount Against Drug .
r ;
Sold .
little sufferer immediately. by druggists '
i rf.its:expenditures:as $145,491; which :C. ,C.:'A. Moder.the Philadelphia cut in part of the world. Twenty- lime '
every Local Card No. 62. Corrected to 1 1"5.
.la $10,000 more than was spent on any rate druggist, baa scored the first point five centa a bottle. Be awe and uk for Sept. ,

t :previous Inaugnrationl: 'The receipts, In his legal battle with the so called "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and -i <

v"r however, exceed,'the Upel dtt rel' by drag trust, the jury having awarded take no other" kinct.aunshine. SOUTH-BOUMO-READ DOWN. NORTH-BOUlft-IEAD UP.

.4 $47-Thos balance Is to'be' toned him $20.738 damages because of the f

4 'over to the fond tor'erect1Dc salad!. boycott carried on against him by the No. 99 Yo. 28 STATIONS JOe 761Ne' II I

4 toriom hiwhich'to hold future inaugu associations comprising the trust .The in Daily Daily Dally' DallyTOOp : f' .-

i 'ral.balls. .latter will carry the'case to the supreme your loop 940aLTV43a ____..J'ackIODTlllfl____ AI co a I -"
} I 07p _...So. lacbonrtlle__ Ly 8 Up' 43 a -
Judge Orders a..Reoount, court ell p 10f5. Ie ___..,8L AugustlDe....__ 860J. 'to. i .
Home 663p HSJa ___.B&IIUnl's__.__ 4 II |> 6 49 a t f
Justice Amend of New 'York, after Varment Woman to Hang 00 0 _tlOp 11 60 a __Fart Palatka___ .. 4 lip 6 3a aoo i. r t

;jt bearing arguments and against the The United States'supreme court denied 7S5p 1914 Ar ..___.._?Pal"tka. .__ Lv 110 P 6 a oc:: i ; ".
contention of W. B. Hearst that the' the appeal of Mrs. Mary Rogers CXo 645J) 11 at a ". ____,?,,1'1.1& .._.?._ Ar lOOp $551 C I ;; i F
] 'discrepancies'between the. sheet Fifty-two; times a year is assuredto 8 lk P 2 OIJ plAr _.__._"an Mk-O___ L'I aiopa __H. = I iL. -. <
tally 310 p 8 of alLv ____,8an lIateo,,?.?__ II IS II 7 50 a ," .
m and the. ballot clerks' returns In five The Key that Unlock the Door Ito Lang you if you 51 7 90 p 12 3J pLY ____. Saga ____ Lv b'1101 pj n f fl03pI2''Jp'
e1eet1oD" 'districts were nufflcient ? _._Bunnllls....__ S4 p Ma l' ;
IJriDlr 810 p :l63 p .,__;-Dupun&..?._.._ .. 8Wa4Ma I rf
.iouadstor; a recount, ordered that the The of and a sUp 128p __ .?....Ormond.? ?_ slop '" : '
> ? ballot boxes" in those-districts be 'reopened men eighty-five ninety years READ the SUN Ov s 63 p 139 P __.DA7".n._..__...._ 3 00 P i 4T1 .
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.: i: of age are not the rotund well fed, butthin t 04p92Sp 161 p .-::..__Pori Orange... 260p3JOp 4 55 .. RI f4i.
tS7.,...,;;'. tf and;the ballots recounted. ,By spare men who live on a slender ) _215p Ar ...__._...New Smrrna...._ .. 4 11 a "0' ,, *

.1'M. *Major McClellan's direction, no appeal diet.' Be as careful as he will, however, .C lUll: a 3 44 Ar _.__.__LakeBeleD___ Lv 12 45 P 610 p.'i A.
That illustrated weekly 10 39 a 3 M p __ _Orange City____ It 3S p I tip .
iias-taken decision middle
"t.:; I from the and the a man past age, will occasionally paper,
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.. : 10 45 a 4 00 p ..._..Orange City Junctlon....? mop.Oak 145 '
mSK '' recount was b guD.. eat too much or of some article of food in Jacksonville and n .. ,
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"' j"- printed 935p 2 26 pLY .. .Sex Smyrna.?.-_ Ly sop 40Sa3t .. -
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: need a dOPe of Chamberlain's Stomach published everywhere. 10 39 p 3 30 pAr...___._ TltagTllle. Hip fA. t

19-t ,, -It Henry Watterson,.the veteran editor! and Liver Tablets to cleanse and invigorate .9iAr ______ Sanford_.. ,_?. _,. LT 10 00 a W 00 a .
-4:: of, the Louisville Courier-Journal, has his stomach and regulate his liver __ __. ooa L. ____ Santord___ Ar -__ V 00 a 0 .. ;,

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:fi tJ'* of Kentucky or any other office, eventt.1 not live to old age. For !sale by Red 11 63 p 'U P _?-.E&u Gall1e.__' 11 88 a 144aIlia ,' "
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i', ,though, tendered unanimously. ,to him. Makes the cartoons and all the 12 61 A 5 :.7 p 0-__8eb&stt&n ___ .. 11 M a nil a .
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Claude L'Engle 30<< a 7 56 P ____Robe Sound.____ a 42 aH24a,10" P
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Senator Patterson Finial fa pungent editorial paragraphs 537 a, :021 PI" ..._._Fort .___ a Slip ..
3oco boats have'llem built from the lines :: 5 48 a''!16 30 ____Dania ......, ___. 6 10 a BMp 'I
?Cs,' United States Senator' Thomas M.. printed in these boob-Successfully sailed in looks after the things that Buffet 568 ai 10 n P ..._....__.Rall&ndllle.-_ .' 9MaS 7 tip ay )
every dime and upon every tea-Full detaildewing a 2* A!11 07 P __???,Lem- Clty.?...._ :4a 72 9 p .
Patterson of Colorado was fined $1.000 of all part, showing what it is and need attention. .6 ?La 11 li PAT ? .____Miami_._..__? ... Lv 6 lia 7SJpDally .
f" for contempt by the Colorado supreme bow to make it-Text extremely simple.

w, court for haying. ridiculed the court HOW TO BUILD A ftaCCH FOR ISO Dally Ex.San.. HOMESTEAD EXTENSION El.
with cartoons I and editorials' in his II loot an>w mUmt Lurk i M7 to buld;freiM aO..OBm WARM, BRIGHT, FACINATINGLY San.I30p. .
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1 Because District Attorney.Jerome of ; ,hU pIaUrt pietas of eomplet.ecllloala. I

,> New York, Everett Colby of New Jersey MOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP That the Sun Mo. 23 I' .o.Z11\o.J9 No.1' BRANCH No. i8 Ix l0 No. 22 i-'-
Moat Mccorfal ratine marhuM over daiin*.t. petal SUB. x.DIAYPORT Rea. "-
: Mayor Weaver, of .Phifcuelphia vfener towiiviU.la AJUCIK.Au mod Autnli;.eejy la bofld|ma Only 8un. Only D.IIy sun.}: Dally Only Dally -'

and Johnson,of Cleveland were
"t 'guests Mayor at the recent" dinner of the ,HOW Step TO)*and BUILD practical A,thoviac MOTOR...LAUNCH.toeo..ir.elalod If you pay to read this paper you 5 00 p 10 10 B 6 00 p 8MBR38a LT _Jackson vJIle- Ar T 45 a 11 30 p)122p 1 30 p ?..,..,
lid City club of ,New York ,the function HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA v can read THE SUN too, 1 W p p 10 60 a 6 40 p845p) 8 n.. .. __Pnbl. H" ui_ 85 a 11 BO a i 60 PI__
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attack made by Mr. Jerome udlculplu. Ask us or write us and PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT ..

on the judiciary. He said the \vorst of HOW. TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE

,ri all our troubles was an elective judiciary. : k Ugia Eaq&oRiW.HYtIII.wttk;coa...built,e r,7 dnickt cbraptf;,Jut at bor tU-. pwwtr Connection Made at Miami *Ith Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Coapasy For
We 11 tell Low
:fir <: He said he bad not even respect HOW TO BUILD A MOCCL YACHT you
A_pieta iitrriplitm of kew to'-iW....a.IJ....ha
for the supreme court of the,state and er skisT MB*im aulji models. HAVANA AND 'KEY WEST. -
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been in the habit of taking orders from PRICE $1. EACH HOW STEWS .
V limes at which trains bo eippctfd: to arrive at and
These Time Tables show the may depart
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i 24t-5? F the leader of Tammany Hall He also PKCPAIO EXMCSS ANVWUCMC Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets from the seTt-ral bUtiomi.but their arrival
opposed the multiplicity of elective offi Bound fa doth-GoId letterbf...Sice of pa> A Buy Kediohe for Buy Poop. DorIs this Cwpt>any t.)be heM responsible for any df lays or any couseqaeneen arUlnf t neref torn
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the echo as hetold'Ot the triumph of THe RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. A speciac for CoMtipatton Indl estton.LT
LOCAL TIME CARD Other
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elements his a MWRMV BIHCCT NEW Ten, u. B. A and Kidney TroabSe. Pimples Eczema,Impure
J >. the reform hi citygiving;:: Blood. Bad Breath Shimish Bowels, Headache '
credit to, President Roosevelt:'as" the su lotto!for CfUlcgue / Book far aDd Backarf.rIt's Rocky Mjactaln Tea ia tab, "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
;YmeUtm .'I Ltbimfy let form. "? !eta a box. Genuine mad b7
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l.t\'t tturtnee ottdtda..._;tlMri rOuA4.th flt-; 'of.'Agriculture'Wilson.in.his annual This record of deaths is more than '

-1m-t"; ni' f"+r: sserdharT: ..f!t. -.- discount:; 'Inplatting. ;::t+report,', uYanllncrease: .of'wealth double'that 'of the;yearly,average for Do, You Want to Know All About the ;

'Iot"f .bp JtibappeneA that $56- amounting to., $8.415,000.000.. :.Secretary the last 'five years. Of those killed
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ed. The money"received for, the sale. of : ,Columbia 'university committee
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-'rIY, ;" ,.J4S."""':.". '- >j-'Jr.3'; .; New.. York: Life, more than"equalled, the "r value of the athletics, was called together President General Farming? If so, subscribe for the...........
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led to admit that :
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':i "'3', i method, corn crop was, worth\ ,1216.000000 disbanding the football association .
was,
: and $605,000,000 worth of hay was bar- The _committee recommends that' the .
taken of settling
veSt .which ia $1,000,000. more than game of football be abolished and prohibited 25 CENTS PER ANNUM. .
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t the .value of. the,cotton crop. The seerotary at" Columbia university. On ISSUED ONCE. A MONTH. SAMPLECOPY FREE
order to keep J It -
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":',;y''..'ftY.:: ;>;1 ...' : the" insurance'company. .. ;the international' trade;balance York university called 'a conference of E. Y. BLACKMAN, Editor, MIAMI, FLORIDA. =
:" $""'? and are building up one favorable to twenty eastern colleges which it had
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i t (. told similar also how loan a become/ bankers and money lenders. whether the present game of football THERE IS MONEY IN :1l

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profit 140,000had J.
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T g 000,000' potatoes, 138.000OOQ, barley, stituted. GROWING GINSEN
l over to him' as
tobacco"S52.000.000.
: .' :: $58,000,000. sugarcane November's Weather Record. ,
trustee of theMe *
:and beets.$50,000,000 and rice
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",Qeorg iW,: bald products for the year was $625,000.000 and driest November record in the It i.i a hardy plant and is easily grown.tJ-A bulletin issued by the.
Hamilton bad had on
: :that about: andof, the'poultry industry $500,000000. ,- VnnMrlvania. State College in part says: "The supply of native Ginseng .
I8o; 10 1: year.for.six{years;;,but that .. [Beef catty brought1to! the;; raiser eastern section, of the country. Rain, gall }il" rapidly diminishing and the price per pound is correspondingly

';, 'JM'J' "fto keep 'the'expenses $88r,000,000.and. sheep and.. swine. $283-. snow and blizzard conditions prevailed increasing.while tbe constant demand for the drug in China stands as a '
.. f1=. ;'down: tot OOO i.state:' Cashier. nta 000,000.. w'-- throughout the northwest the last three guarantee of a steady market for Ginseng in the future."-Congnl Gen.

w., t A ofahi',New':,York';;LIfe'said. he knew Order For Locomotive days of the month. eral Rubles of Hong Kong, says in the U. & Consular reports: "The .
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= -nothing of campaign contributions,but Accidents. sale of Ginseng root grown in America is very large here and the de-
} The"New ,Yot'Central railroad has mand is that much could be of
so great more disposed advantageonslv/ '
1t. 'recalled that ;1700.000worth[ of. .New The storm on the peat lakes ,was
+ awarded to the American Locomotive The root is the four hundred million Chinese is
indispensable to
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\:. "' \ company one of the,largest tingle contracts _
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of e'company a putpabere twenty vessels being wreaked and the r R
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'i ,tbe traneatdlon'stiowing" too whom' the a cost of about ,7000000. This large twenty-five to thirty we reported ton. The present market price varies from $6.00 to $8.50 per pound,
1 jri tt. %?eOn withal .la'tltlttWay some person covers velocity of seventy-five ashes an hour. requires very little ground. An acre of matured Ginseng is worth
','':'ot. wealth.wan able to escape the taxation management many The sealing -schooner Fawn was $40,000. There is room in one's garden to grow several hundred dollars' .
1' '' : ; subsidiary lines,' the Michigan Central worth each Tbe' thrives the United States and
throughout
bonds year. plant .
the were
1t : on 1700,000, as city, wrecked on northern vancouver Island -
.and Lake Shore taking part of the newsupply. Canada in any soil or climate that will grow garden vegetables. We fell
m: *ellppt'i adec the. 'lair _The, stock_"wastifr The company will build the and her crew of twentysevenlost roots and seeds for planting: purposes, and can show you how to make
;: ; _t.-, ,'and the \:&leeWt k with car/ft of 509 seal-
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q.tC. locomotives .$t the Schenectady and money growing Ginseng. There are two planting seasons, spring and
.. '1u : ;" Dunkirk"mills along the Central lines. skins, news of the dMster having fall. With each order we give fall instructions how to plant and care
v? f Notrrittlug.{tu,be asked, :President been brought to Victoria later.' for the garden Yon can get a good start in this business for a small
,'jft 'McCurdy, handed in his resignation to Suburfaanizing City Industries. e Eighteen persons were drowned in outlay, and soon have a nice income. Send two-cent stamp today for

r:: r the..! board of, trustees of the Mutual Montgomery, Ward & Co., the big the collision of Japaneee transports at literature telling all about this wonderful industry.

{ r No';. 29 on the score of ill health and mall order' establishment of Chicago, SImonosekL

.'t" age. The reslgflauon was promptly accepted'and'Frederick'Cromwell around which ''the recent teamsters' I A rear end collision between two pas- BUCKINGHAM'S GINSENG GARDEN '
strike' centered, have announced
.. for was senger trains on the FItcrburg divisionof
'tff.: 'twenty. yearntreasurer ot-the Mutual, thelr,.lntention of moving the entire the Boston and Maim railroad occurred -
< j, was .choeentempOraryprestdent. On plant to an outlying section of the city resulting in the death of seventeen GROWERS AND EXPORTERS .

":' the same daj; ustke,Peckham of the In'order to escape a recurrence of their persons and the Infury of forty.

'rt United States 'KuPr 'court' resigned dependence 'on city team associations.. The Montreal express which ran Intu
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At the same time several other Chicagoconcerns ,
of indignation several
',.. as a Mutual:trustee pn account a local, appears to have passed
a.: at the Corr pt practices teetifled In the heart'of the city were danger signals and it Is supposed that r

to by Mr. McCurdy. John,C.Mc- reported to be seeking suburban sites the engineer's brain had suspended ac
The Engine is the Heart of the BoatDon't
;<( Call secretary vof the'New York Life adjacent to railroad' ,lines or the river. tion. The engineer wan among the .

: ;ry and aleonofrthe.president, sailedfor.lEuroBfrioTirge The object is to eliminate tie teamster, .. killed. .. i t
'the return of Andrew An express train on Ow Central Rail- have a good boat with : _

f&" .Hamilton to testify before the com- I SCIENTIFICLargest 1 road of New Jersey WM derailed near a bad heart. Don't spoil a vacation .* ; :, i

mittee. Ex-State Senator McClelland Stony ... Fa. Nov. *X and plunged or a cruise because of "a t.':
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.1'" told of' his intimacy with Andrew Fouil Flesh Eater. Into to Lsfclgh tall, two trainmen poor uncertain engine. Regal i, '

'_ Fields, the lobbyist;'and after denying flesh tMtat Died and tQ$\teen passengers marine engines are four cycle 'J i '
; The fossil remains ofa; eating 3
'"ltc( 'that"'he had received any money from InJwM. automobile type with jump i

t* the Equitable was confronted by Law !land animal known, as Rex, -tyrannosaurus spark ignition. ,Rated 1} h. p.,
the largest thus far tnown in <
for ,
a' $3,500 ,
; yer Hughes with receipt 3 h. p. and 5 b. p. in single cylinder .
: In his own hand- this world, have Just been brought t-
from the Equitable
8 h, and 15 h. in '
( p. p.
1 northern Montana to be reconstructed Chamberlain'sCough II
i :writine. from __L__ .,_____ __ double cylinder, and 30 h. p. in '
Bunkoed. in the American Museum 01
Finansiar Morgan <
four .
cylinder engines.I
'yam 'President, Underwood of the Erie Natural History at ,New York under

;., railroad\announced that the directors the direction of Professor Henry F. I -Write for nearest agent- .

bad accepted the offerof J..P.,Morgan Osborne, curator of the department of Don't make any kind of arrangement _

r to assume and complete on his own vertebrate paleontology.' From the about an engine until *
end of his tall to the tip of his nose
the Cincinnati,
account' the purchase of. 12.
you EN our catalogue
of beasts -
measured
prehistoric king ,
this
which
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Hamilton;and Dayton railroad f (
as? they bad undertaken to buy on Mr. thirty-nine feet, and he carried, his Regal Gasoline Engine Co Coldwater Mich
Morgan's advice: It appears that Pre head nineteen feet from the ground. ,
I ,* Ident Underwood had discovered that This latest find has necessitated a reclassification I Also manufacturers of the famous Regal Stationary Engines t

Yl the.yaluabtetenninals: -at Detroit, Toledo of the carnivorous dinosaurs

'and Ironion,' which were' supposed of the cretaceous period Tyrannosaurus -
had now becomes the name of a 1 '
to be included In the purchase ;
4 genus: The Rex tyrannosaurus
been turned over: to the.Detroit; Toledo new
,and Ironton railroad,'controlled by the Is supposed to have lived on the,three Remedy SABDARD.
which itself to
Mr. Morgan Is horned triceratops grew
syndicate.,
t Zimmerman the The Children's Favorite
twice the )size of an elephant
restitution. "
to force
expected C0RX8-
; present day.Importing Coughs Colds and .A jI = RA.ILWA.'Y.
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Croup
'Thr Cent Farw For Cleveland. ,
7 Bugs to Fight Bug
4 By a decision of the"Ohio supreme Whooping Cough. -FOR- '
reversing5 toe*;Judgment of the The first 150 pound case of minute .'l1llnemedyll famous for tb evtI oyer
court of Cleveland hymenoptera files In embryonic stage .Urg part of the ciTilized world. It can\ Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines .
lower court Mayor Johnson Iwan M depended upon It contains BO ,
.vletor.1n his fight has arrived at; Boston from Zurich, sat or other harmful drag and may be
Richmond Baltimore.
wine affinal Switzerland to be.used in waging war |1T.M COD1i ntl1 to a baby M to an add Washington,

k for three'Y lent" *streetcar- fares. on the brown tall moths :which have : Price 25 eta; Large Size, 50 eta. Philadelphia New York
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Louis,'
quitabi'-Q itaa made such havoc In New England vegetation -

fit' The Equitable Life Assurance society .in the last few years. These
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at St. Louis tot tL TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
'bas leased--Its.building parasites were sent by Miss Marie Buhl

; 'fe a local syndicate for ninety-nine years, of Zurich whose service was enlisted by

and the Missouri Safe Deposit company Dr. Howard of the agricultural, department SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL.
r floor has been sold to a company ( .,
on the first They were promptly sent to the ffllfi

14 of.local.capitalists. North Saugus parasite stationto be ydeet % turyyof

; Our Products. In, Canada.. cared for'until they;;have grown sufficiently r t ure to mil ag t iiiWa MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
In" a report- >of the department commerce to be set to work on the'moths. si a.a a

-; ,- and labor by Charles M. Pepper 4I lees s..at etaee sLt. ONLY LINE .

ree agent who has been o.L FE tTT&co., a
*: torestigatiBg, the special,trade ,conditions In the I MISCELLANEOUSCollege I Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.ear.s. .

Dominion of Canada, it is shown that
10 per cent of the United States exportsto Hads'Menace ;FootbaU. for full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or '

foreign countries during the last fiscal The agitation against. college football FERRY5SLEDS write .
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went theCanadian market under- existing' -mett ods\and tnl> -'alas F' A. 0. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr., i f
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'- and SttheseSnstJtuted slightly over brought to a decisive issue by tie death Aset General Passenger Agent Paeeengerdgent. j

62 %per ceni 'pf 'the' total Imports off of Harold B. Moore of the Union col- JACKSONVILLE, FLAI'! '- ,
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".i; ). ;'!.. t"' 1' ''' f:.. 'tt' ":: -f"f.t: ."and M L>Mtddf byfar'expectedduring'the Piano duett-rWildBoe* Weiss ; ;

\q 11 .:; =\ s! ""f rt";; .t'..... 'ifiH, Pri. ....at. I.. .-a"", ,: .J.. .week.: .Much regret'i ,feltatMr.Middleby'scontinuedill 'MwterAJbert,Booth, Mrs. MIllar- 3t
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Rocky Mountain is simply
.)t 1it ThI. Star CorrespoadentsaFind '.1\\Dr'-and; .Mrs "Bents arrived at, their I liquid electricity. goes/ to every $10 to $18 r

.,ti.t f 1 t 1t'-i* ; ::; ; -VT a q'r Indian river:honft on Saturday'after, an part bf your body; bringing new'blOOd, !
!f; miiitoWitf strength and new vigor., It-makes you j "
ibee roonthe.: 'Mia."HeDt.wbo
&$&%P'tl+' Jo"', : well and well. 35 cents. Ask SCHWAB CLOTHING CO. 1
a keeps you
$. Y" ": .: & tiffs Aonely ill; is in-much betterhealththan t. f
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1!' |-t OAK KILL;-Co11'1'| ; your druggist Beady-Made Clothing for Boys
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bel has't "or .
been while
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Tti : sMir. J. G. Panyer, of.St. 'Louis, baa irQitred KAU GALUK.Oor.'cottagea ; '
f.. : and the many.,friends. she made .duringher $1.50. to $10 aU abet .
!f: at his Eldora home < ." *
for'the.winter. last Visit lee her : are filling[ up. '! .e
rejoice. to looking =.Jrr=Jt=Jr=v=Jr=.Jr.r= I ."J" .J .?
: tt.Xr. and Mrs M. 'B.Creighton.; 'haye- : Cool fall weather for the past week.. a .

.#)x4Doved into'their: atthV: 'mill this well.Miss R I Launch parties are calling daily in our KNOX, STETSON and
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.0. "' 3'' ..? "? 'r.41 < '''week 4 "r' baa; spent 'the :last'.two winters: at .Mr.Matters .
o tl j Bev. J..W. Walker. was. the guest of ., 1.50 to $5 ,
Colewan WillUmsleft Hast .
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_ ; .Mr. l for stopped. overor. ,a", week'on her. ,
Dr. Sarah C. Su
t t .ings last week'andis (the employ, of the way to O> -o "nat Grove, and wonders if Hodgson; on nday. I r=rrr r JrJt=rr=lr= S $'
E will be in .
S. Randall of Boston
.HaaUngs Supply ., she wilt think other, : in EDWIN CLAPP'S :'
? !company.niMkr ever, ] any. place Eau Gallia about the first of the coming and ,

"r ll ',, :id Mrs.'G!&.Comer,-.Eafiinla. ;; Florida:so lovely as'the beautiful Indian month. v CIIOSSETTS t'INE SHOES 4

'- .Ala arrived for .short livery. 'During her stay ,' -
Friday night a Misa Davy was
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_ ; Commander Benson, U. S. N., passed $3 to $6.50 j
;: : isit to.their grove,and,winter borne? _tear the,guest of. Mr. and Mrs. Capehart. through Eau Gallie route to Canaveralon knio BROS. & CO. '
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t '., :fihiloh FUVB Clothes A\akgi : ,
.- The event. of the past week was the Tuesday. $ OII ""QUEEN 't. t
\ ;J. ,Mr.. Wm..Warlick:and daughter, of Ellijty marriage of Miss .Nellie! Hatter to Mr. ;Capt. Geo. Ruddiman has launched his ., QUALITY"

t=;; ,Gas arrived in Oak Hill bar Friday Maurice Weinberg, of Cocoa. The'wE'd. houseboat and it is now moored in' the Fine Shoes for Ladles Ic

:;'it\1f tor a,visit with Mr. Warl ck'i danghter., ding1rvae at the home. "of the "bride's- parents harbor. The cabin is yet to be finished. $2.50 to $3.50 'i

..; : Mrs..A. L. Fowler. and Was witnessed by a number of Cap& 8ymmonds will the Rev: .
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; Mr W. C. Howes t'tlhetoepital friends: After the ceremony a lunch was Walker wife and Canav e ..
4t t, spent Sunday Millidxe ,' son to These brands are recognized leader U stile,fit and flnlih. Sold only by Iadsrs .
i 1 \ in St. Aopjstine .with her daughter served,and the. happy,couple left for the eral this week where ,services will be ;,
; t : north THE LARGEST, UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING HOUSE ON JUST COAST FLOBJDA
s .".t: Mrs,'.IV P. Howes, and.her grandson, to. spend.their,honeymoon. given for the church people ,of that* district '

," J. Thomas Prince Howee; Jr. Complete line of everything that men and boss wear I '
methods injure *
'it'.x Beautifying that the
.$ : x I The 'Misses Pattie :and", May ;Howes, skin and health are dangerous.'. Be beautiful A.'Christmas tree will be given the We sell the best,that money.can buy ;

: 't"1 It with their uncle, Copt Calvin:CX Howes, without discomfort by taking' Hollis young folks in the Methodist church, on All goods marked in plain figures, strictly one price to all {'
''1J 1\/ ailed'from'Nair' York oa: the Apache tee Rocky Mountain Tea. Sunshiny Highland avenue. This is one of the in-

i!;;' Dec."12th I and 'will.-arnve 'in' Oak Hill faces druggist.follow, its use. 35 cents. Ask your stitutions of Eau Gallie and is always a MA.JL: : ORDEJR.S: : A. SPECX4TIW J1 ; '

r. _Saturday.Capt. e t great success. "

f" H.: B.'SIiaw, superintendent, and COCOA* B&LBOCBNK. 1ESPBITCHARD., President.WINSTON 8.BBANNINO. Cashier.W.M.BROWN,Vice-president..

t Opt.Willey, inspector of the Lifer Saving Mr. Fred Aldridge is painting Mr. Lena- t
Mr. E. A. Stephenson has gone to
\ I service, were here Monday, and,Toes men's house and boathouse at Rockledge.
t Kiesimmee
short visit.
on a
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Vfi day inspecting the house ,of refuge and The-Sun Brothers New Railroad'Shows INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK !
,Atorney Fred Pee, of Fort Pierce, wasa ,
; >; condemning old mpplies that, are damp mil exhibit at Cocoa on Friday, :Pec.
( will furnished pleasant visitor in Melbourne lately. DEFOSJTOEtY.
aged Capt, Coutant be 22nd. COUNTY: .

with whatever new supplies.are necessary: f Mr. and Mrs'M. B. Grosbeck,of Titus- .....--..---flOO.noo.00 i
Mr. Charlie Webb spent a few days ville, Pa., are in their Melbourne Paid up Capita...._.....____$ 23,000.00 -.
.1*, last week with'his friends, Mr. and Mrs. again Average Deposits..-_._...____$200,000.00
4 When yon 'want a pleasant laxative winter home on the bluff.
Fred Aldridge. TRANSACTS A
take Chamberlain's Stomach and liver
The ladies of the Congregational
Tablets, For sale by Red Cross Pharm- Mr. apd Mrs. T. Booth and their eon general Banking Business
church will have sale of fancy goods in
acy Albert attended the musicale Saturday
I Hotel Carleton Dec. 19th, afternoon and Largest and Oldest I
at Mrs. A. Millar's
INDIAKOLA. at Rockledge. *
evening. Bank on the River. -

V School opened Monday with- ;Miss.. Ger- .There will be a Christmas tree and entertainment Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Lyon's fine house Exchange. Bought and. Sold on All .

.. trade Mendel as teacher. at the opera house on Satur is 'nearly ready for the furniture. Mr. Foreign Countries.

Mr. A. Hildretbof this' place,:is spend day night, Dec. 23rd at' 7 o'clock. 'All Nash; of Daytona, has put the furnace in Patronage appreciated. Prompt service
invited. polite treatment and favor .
consistent
are
:- this week. every .0
ing a few days Jacksonville.
: with conservative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS .
Mr. ,G., L/Walhce\ .1a busy 'shipping iBOCK GJC. Capt.. Alex J. Goode gave a .launch : '

lovely.Tangerine'oranges. from the grove Mr. and party last Saturday to, a number of Empire Trust Company, N. Y., Florida a .
Carry family in
are stopping friends in honor of his mother's (Mrs. R. Bank &Trust Company JackaonvilleFU. '
A of Mr. David A. QUIer.'Mr.l.O. Whites Cottage No: 2 for'the winter.Mr. I
: W. Goode) birthday. 1
Somers iff rushing around to C..W. Blakeslee and family arrived Miss Alma Martin ,makes an- able and TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .
Lave his packing house finished to .be in i il
Saturday and are at their home in
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Mrs. C. F. J.
obliging assistant to Camp
rreadinees to ship his crop. Sooth S
I Rockledge. bell in the Bazaar which is now having a '
w Over twenty neighbors met at, Bamboo SCREENS !
Mr. Derby and family arrived Saturday fine display holiday goods. '.
,. Lodge Sunday evening and spent a pleasant in their beautiful
and
are new home on 'J.
Mrs. E. Ferguson, mother of Mr.J. .
: time:with a service of sacred song.: the boulevard.
-" M. of Hotel Carleton has
Ferguson, For doors and windows
Crawford
Ura. James L.
accompanied
: Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Battenfield arrived
returned to her Coviogtoo, Ky., home,
,.. by Mr. and Mrs. William Gotehal also
Monday and are at their home on but expects to be here again next sum- covered with wire.
any
i '3lr.and. Mrs. BraDdidge''iil; of Scranton, Barton avenoe. mer. .. <
ViiA Pa.; arrived Friday to their
: open op 'Mr. and Mrs. Dan Compton and Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Powell, the Misses EAST 'COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
.looses and eet work a going. ,
Ed. Boyle, of Sharpest spent Monday in Ida and Helen Powell and Mr. J. R. .
number ladles held Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.'t'
;r A of have a weekly
town>> shopping. Powell, Mr. Clinton Toll, all of Waukegan .

'Meeting at the home of Mrs. Hnmphrya A Christmas tree and entertainment are among Ithe latest arrivals in Eau Gallie, Florida. .

,eewing.. A number of useful and ornay' -
Melbourne. settled for fA
.r !under, the direction of Mrs. A. Millar They are nicely .
$ mental articles have been made'to send will be given at the Rockledge chapel the winter in their home on the Melbourne J.R.WALKER. H. B. MACE
on
: -., in a Christmas box. to the mountain girls'dcfiool. .
Monday evening, Dec. .25th.- An interesting bluff.Measera JOHN R. WALKER & CO., ;

program bas been prepared. Yates, Todd and Ward; of
'.: Mr. and Mrs. John L. Crawford, ofSfow the numbers Rochester N. Y. arrived here
Among .are a wand drill, 'Sundayand '
t York;also the parents of the latter, Topsy-Tnrvy piece and Six Little Mothers were guests of Hotel Carleton until Titusville, Fla.,

I'$ ':Mr. and Mrs. John A. Carter, arrived on All are invited to attend and bring Wednesday morning, when they left on .

Wednesday to enjoy the winter in their presents. the launch Nikko, Capt. Alex J. Goode, I DRY GOODS 4
enlarged and freshly decorated winter
t The musicale on I last Saturday eveningat for Hobe Sound. They enjoyed their
home.m .
# visit.in Melbourne and hope to returnere ,
the home of Mrs. Millar was well at-

CITY POINT. tended and for two hours all were royally long.

: Mr. Chaa. Sharpe, of-Tenne ee, spent entertained by the following fine'program CLOTHING

S some days recently at his grove at City : ,

Point. PROGRAM _.

The new school house is completed and Piano duett-March of the Braves Blake GENTS J FURNISHINGS .
.t. Miss Jessie Lockhart, Mrs. A. Millar a
ia service-to the great comfort of the ,
Piano solo-Golden Star
_. parents of tbe'popila.. Master Harold Millar Streabog 1t I I

_E,= Dr.' and Mrs. Hatfield, of Chicago, are Soprano. Dear solo-I Once Had a Sweet Little Nevin Doll, SHOES

Among the recent arrivals'and are happily Mrs. A. Millar

t :- located in their home at Sharpes. Piano duett-Scherzo Diabelli .,,

., Miss Amy Geiger Mrs. A. Millar
Mr. is look.
Hendry's vegetable garden
Violin solo-Symposia Waltz
: ing fine and is already supplying fine lettuce Master Harold Millar Bendix MILLINER i

and other delicacies to the market. Piano solo-Funeral March Merz

Mr. Thos. Lee a prominent lawyer'of Miss Jessie Lockhart i,

.'3,.. Cincinnati, and for many years a winter Piano Master duett-Harold Study Millar. Mn. Millar Diabelli

visitor to Florida, is at Mr Chester's for Piano. solo-Lullaby Kucken Fires usually do occur in the wee sma' FURifiTURE.s I

.the winter. Miss Mary Wittfeld hours when everyone is wrapped in slum
Piano daett-Bambini ber. But why haven't aFIRE
Burty you .
Capt.Sharpe and Walter Hatter have
Master Albert Booth, Mrs. Millar MSURANCE -
.already been on .several deer hunts and Violin solo-Syncopation Study Henning I
? Some time said -
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ago yon you I
have been successful the Master Harold Millar
very captain would think the matter over. Are you We want your patronage.Our i
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having slaughtered seven. Explanation.Mason Mrs.method with metronome still thinking? Better come to a decision

Mr. and Mrs. Ballentinerand Miss Helen Piano trio-Minuet Millar pretty soon. The season of overheated aim is to please YOU. !
Haydn chimney flues is here and house is
z ; have at the Hatter Miss Jessie Lockhart Master Albert Booth, your
engaged rooms than New Up-to-Date Goods in j
Miss Millar no more fireproof your neighbor's.PERCY every
cA House for the season and write that they
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Soprano solo-The Rosary Nevin WALTON,
',' will be here on Saturday next. Line. I
Mrs.A. Millar Successor
to>> Morgan &Walton>> .

Meeen. Tarter, Chester and Cresson Piano solo-A Miss Lawn Jessie Party Lockhart Heins TrrcsviLLE, FLORIDA. Mail orders receive prompt and t. i
I have all had their houses painted and !
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:; these buildings now make a very attract. Master Harold Millai e careful. attention. i ,

.r tve appearance from the road. Piano dnett-Snow Bella Behr

?! et'i-*%* Messrs. Cheater, Lee, and Hub Wit- Piano Miss solo-Jessie Song of Lockhart the Mill, Mrs.Millar Buijraet pI to tiW slaw eelA.t JOHN R. WALKER & CO Titusville Fla. I

liana spent a da,.recently on Merries I Master Albert Booth ,

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